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NINETY-S ECOND YEAR 



Killer-Leopard 
Wins Freedom 



TIIE OLDEST DAILY ON THE FAC II IL COAST— ESTABLISHED 1851 



VICTORIA, BRITISH Con MMA. SUNDAY, FEB HI ARY 26. 1950 



HEATHER FORECAST 

Victoria and Vicinity cloudy with few 
showers. Continuing mild. Winds becoming 
llglit In morning 
High Today— 52. 

High Yesterday 44, 

Rainfall Yesterday— 41 inch. 

Sunshine Yesterday— None 



SIXTY-FOUR PACES 



Leopard Escapes, Terrifies (jtv 



Fi 



•om U.S. Zoo 



Leaps 22 Feet to Escape Pit; 

Residents arned to Stay In 

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Feb. 25 (INS).— A man-kill- 
ing leopard remained on '.he loose late tonight in the Okla- 
homa City area after it escaped from the city zoo by leap- 
ing out of a 22-foot-deep pit. 



The male, three-year -old wild 
animal was described by *oo dlrec- 



up the trail of the killer. A wooded 
area near the zoo wau> kept under 



tor Julian Frazier as one of a type claw surveillance in the belief the 



that “kUbi for the pleasure of klll- 
lng." . 

Police headquarters received tele- 
phone reports from persons In many 
area* who reported seeing I he killer, 
but oflBcrni dispatched to the various 
districts reported finding no trace of 
the beast. 

Sheriff's deputies were employing 
bloodhounds In the hope of picking 



Coast Area 
Rattled 
By Quakes 

SANTA BARBARA. Calif., Feb 
25 (A*). — A sharp earthquake foiled 
Santa Barbara and Ventura County i 
dues briefly today, but caused 
alight dnmage and no injuries. 

The quake, coining at 4:07 pm 



leopard might have fled there 
WARNINGS BROADCAST 
Radio nation* broadcast warning.'- 
to the City* 245.000 residents -es- 
pecially those In residential area 
only three blocks from the too. 

The leopard escaped this morning* 
—Just a week after 1U arrival fresh 
frmn a Jungle hi India -befne* -u 
horror -stricken children who were 
watching the killer In its pit. 

The children, ranging from 11 to 
13 years of age. were not harmed 
They ran from the scene 
Hut adult* who heard their warn- 
ing* believed the children were only 
Joklnr and it was nearly 15 minutes 
before zoo officials were notified. 

•Shoot to kill on eight'- orders 
were immediately Issued by Zoo 
Director Julian Frasier. All gate* 
to the *no were closed 

ARMED MEN HE ARCH 
Approximately 200 men. armed 
with rifles and shotguns, covered 
the zoo grounds on foot but no trace 
of the leopard was found. 




Storm-Tossed Pair 
Sale Alter Ordeal 



Vessel Puts Men Ashore; 

Craeked-Up Plane Drifting 

VANCOUVER. Feb. 25 (CP) —Two bedraggled men ar- 
rived here tonight after four hours of riding out the stormy 
waters of the Gulf of Georgia on their crippled amphibious 
aircraft. 



Soaking wet. but apparently none 
1 the worse fur their experience, Capt 
I A. Wayne of Jervis Inlet and pRot 



The Elisabeth at that time was 
about six miles northeast or Eu- 
trance Island, about two-thhcU ot 



Lawrence Mantle oi Vancouver were the way In from Nanaimo. 



— AP Wlrrpjioio 

Searcher* are shown in the wooded area where they arc hunting fur a wild leopard which 
escaped front it* pit at the Oklahoma City zoo Saturday afternoon. Zoo Director Julian Frazier 
lx pictured at right, rifle In hand, with an Oklahoma city policeman peering Into a hole In tut 
embankment In search of the leopard. The 175-pound Jungle beast leapt lo freedom from hla 
22-foot pit before the eye* of six children. Citizen* were warned to stay at home. 



Early Parley 
May Review 
\ ole Effects 

WASHINGTON. Feb. 25 OP).-, 



Attlee lo Carry ( hi , 
Shuns Coalition Hah 



put axnore by-dhe Canadian Pacific 
steamship Princes, Elizabeth 

Earlier report* from the R.C.A.F 
said Mantle wag riding out the J 
storm on his fuel-lew plane The 
dispatch said he was trying to get 
a tow line aboard. 

STILL ADRIFT 

But Capt. C. Benton of Victoria 
master of I tie Nanaimo- Vancouver 
vessel. said the light Aeronca, owned 
by the Associated Air Taxi of Van- 
! couver, was Mill adrift. H»* estimated 
30-mlle-sn-hour winds would carry 
' It across the gulf b) morning. 

Capt. Fenton told ot a struggle toj 
! get hla big \ easel alongside the tiny t 
> tossing plane. 

He said he heard the report ot 
the plane's position, seven miles oft j 
Point Grey, over his wireless at 



Capt. Fenton said a e-lrong east- 
northeast wind of almost gale pro- 1 
portions and blinding rain made 
visibility difficult. 

•'The plane circled a r jeot oif our 
port bow and shone a light onto 
tlie water. We could »ee nothing 
"Then two smalt red and white 
light* blinked from the darkness. " 

WIND TROUBLESOME 
He put a boat wltfi five men oat. 1 
but the wind kept blowing the plane 
away and the oar -manned boat 
could n't catch 11, 

Meanwhile, the Vancouver lug 
Haulaway was siesmlng to the 
scene from Vancouver 
The cap'aln said he wax afraid; 
he'd lose his boat and crew In the 
darkness, ao he pulled them In. 

"I got to the leeward of the plane 
and watted for It to drift into us 



about 6 45 pm The craft went down * w u , l ° ur, “ * nw “ 

.ppam>uy out of g«(. tt .tout I ™ -njnwd to puU . win, » 

I Ire a if rtrtnr and l)i» rum »nUr»1 nff 



By K.INCSBLRY SMITH 



( C*bluet session, ttus brushing 



LONDON. Frb. 25 tTNfii.- Prime Public auggestinna that lie Join 
Minuter Attlee rejected any Coall- Liberal* or Conservatives in a 
tion rule tonight and announced his Coalition such a* the emergency 



early meeting between Secretary of BoclalUt regime “will carry on” de- wartime regime, 



3 p.m. 

"We kept a lookout, bui didn't ex- 
pect to see anything In the rain 
and darkness,*' he said. 

“A plane (later identified a* an 
RC.AF. Carso) circled us and 



freight door, and the men walked off 
on the wing.” 

The plane suffered little damage 



BULLETINS 



Slide Fatal 

VANCOUVER. Frb. 25 4CF». — A 
130-fuut mudslide swept arroM 
Ihr Tr*ns-C.ro*da Highway near 
LaldUw, MO mile* east of l »B- 
couvrr, today and rarrled a 
woman to her death. Killed was 
Mary Ixiube James. 

Plane Found 

W IIITEHORHE, Y.T.. Feh. *5 
«Ch. — A light plane was found late 
today near the Yukon-Hrllish 
t olumbta border, hot there was no 
sign uf Pilot Morris Granl. The 
plane has been missing sine* 
Wednesday. 

u \<ih llurglar 

bEA Mil. Frb. 25 .41.— A huskr 
57-.vear-old burglar wa* o»er- 
powrred and held to thr floor (or 
polite by two prleats last night 
after he waa found brrakiog Into 
the SI. Catherine's Church rec- 
tory. 

lUghiray Flooded 

ASTORIA. Ore. Feb. 13 rINSI. 
— Flood water blorbed Highway 
2K in the Nehalem Valley near 
the Oregon roast tonight in the 
wake of heavy rain. 



The search by foot wav halted State Acheson and British Foreign 1 1U slim three-seat House of 



at nightfall and the hunt continued Minister Bavin may be called, ac- 



(pa.T.) apparently was felt most wlth clty police, state highway cord i lJg to well-informed diplomatic The three-seat margin is beyond ™n and European problems, such “It was for all the world like a 

•t Ventura. JO miles south o! here. officer* and volunteers patrollng the officials, to review British- American the 312 seats needed to Insure the m British participation In Western I dog trying to Indicate that his I 

It rat urn n 1 a hr a and ivrnvrd ran In . . .a ... _ • a ... .... 1 unu.. ni* M dw.R'nlnv ” 



Commons majority. ment complicales the Anglo- Ameri- 

The three-seat margin Is beyond ewi and European problems, such 



Weakening of the Atilee Govern- 1 headed southwest. Then it came 
ment complicates the Anglo- Ameri- ba<*k and circled again. 



It rallied dishes and swayed radio ln . ulomob iies. They kept In 
towers In Santa Barbara. . . 



The shock also wo* felt. In Santa 
Paula, aome 25 mites Inland from 
the coast. Police reported several 
window* wero broken there. 

Bob Reel, manager of Radio 
Station K8PA In Santa Puula, said 



relations and the struggle with Rus- 
communlcatlon by radio. sta in the aftermath of the British I Socialist*, presently ere 

The search on foot will be re- election. | ahead of th* combined 

sumed at daybreak should the preliminary sups have I 21 * ha *< of wln * Um 

leopard remain at large through the y#t to * (akpn |nd ^ Am# . rtriin Conservative party toUI. 



Radio 1 nl8hL 

... 1 The soo Is situated tn the north- 



officials said talk of such a meet- Home Socialist* couoede that i 
ing Is “premature,” State Depart- n-w general election may be neers 



the station building shook and the r * At section of Oklahoma City and ment authorities have already begun **ry within a few months. 



ouside stucco front wnll wa* unj * 

cracked slightly. Reel , ftld the K U. six mUes from the 

quake lasted five or *ix seconds, downtown district. 

The chimney of a home collapsed Do » w,,r '• b ' tn * vniployrd in llte 
In Ventura, on lie coast, where , a ** rc * 1 * wooded area near the 

residents said they frit two distinct | *°°- 

temblors, the second much longer 200 Direcior Frazier said wlt- 
Sevtral Ventura store wlndowa nesses told him the leopard, pur- 



only three blocks from a residential considering what problems need to 



be attacked by the two men and 
what results might be achieved. 

A survey of responsible opinion 
Inside the Administration today 
leaves no doubt that officials are 
deeply disappointed at the lack of 
a clear working majority in Parlla- 



I-abor victory. The Laboritea, or Europe’s economic unity plan and 1 master was drowning. 

Socialists, presently are ten aeats the American goal of getting Britain 

ahead of the combined opposition. R> “free to freerer convertibility of 

and 21 ahead of Winston Churchill's currency snd abandonment of th* KfWfllHw’t I 
Conservative party total duel P r)r « **t*»rt 111 II II Co I I 

Some socialist* concede that J ^^e party spokesman I 

n« f»n<ml OtcUoD b. Men- C , h *?™ n W ' * F: - ^ I I> . 

■ary wtthtn ft few month?. of At!l« , ^C.rr, On • ftlft.-mrn ||) I\edll\ 

Mid: “Yes. but for how long J 

CABINET MEETS The reaction of the third-running | sv.W WESTMIN8T 



Re(iuest Probe hla rescuers yesterday of a vain I Scott broke into the cabin and 

effort to keep hi* badly hurt com- i brought out blanket* in which the 
i I . I \ 1 panion from freealng to deaUi after flyer wa* wrapped uotli a 10th 

JjJI FuCHILV I |^i * crash on an Ice-covered beach. Rr.-rue Squadron liflienplcr could 

J Joe Vanderpool, the pilot who he summoned by radio to pick them 

NEW WESTMINSTER. Feb. 25 miraculously survived 17 hour* tn «P- 
l»i — George Drew. Progressive- ! freezing weather on the bench. Is In 



In jiiml Anchorage Fiver 
Tells of Friend's Death 

ANCHORAGE. Alaska, Feb. 25 uPi . He apparently had found It at a 
—An Injured Anchorage flyer told ' nearby cr.htn 



AtOoe gave his go-ahesd signal Liberal party was similar, a spokes 
kfter a 75-mlnote emergency I man raying! 



Scott broke into the cabin and 
brought out blanket* in which the 
flyer was wrapped uotli a 10th 
Rescue Squadron Iidlcopter could 



Several Ventura store windows noser* told nlm the leopard, pur- | * clear working majority in Parila- 

ertrked. Tn several groceries, <‘h**o<l for 8400 frmn animal dealer ment. At ben this will put a drag 

shelves of canned goods spilled onto 1 Loul* Oobrl of t<o* Augele* after on Anglo-American relations; at 

the floor. it arrived from India, Jumped worst It could lead to a crisis In the 



worst it could lead to a crUis 



“Y East Germans 
■2 To Get Steel 



Liorrai party wax ximuar. a spasm- <pi. _ George Drew. Progressive- freezing weslhrr on the beach, is In 
man r-aylng: I conservative leader, ha* been asked a hospital here with leg and back 

"If they (the Socialist*) want to t0 j struct local parly association* injuries. Hr was rescued yesterday 
make any deal with u» they have BrroM Canada to probe Federal real by helicopter. 

got to scrap their natlonaliz-Atlon p.«tate deals in their communities ! q-) 1P who died was Walt Nv* 

program ' the N?w Westminster Association 28. a City of Anchorage elec- 



Two theatre*, filled mostly with I agaluM. a wall nf thr pit . “liven Western conduct of the cold war 



children, were evacuated. 



rlchocheted out onto a guard rail.” with Ru**l*. 



Slalr I’laimiii" New Move 
As Doctor's Friends ISalb 



Trial 

Help 



MANCHESTER. 



25 moved Into the room and 



rolo were indred dead at ths time 



<1N8»«— The State of New Hsinp- ( nurwr. Elizabeth Rase, will testify of the hallway conference there 
shire late tonight said It will puli Monday -called for the fatal needle, i would have been no need for fur- 



the rug from under Dr. Hermann 
N. Sander's defence claim that his 
cancer patient. Mrs Abble Borroto. 
wa* dead before he Inserted 40 
•x.'a of air. a lethal doze, into her 
veins. 

Attorney - Oeneral William L. 
Phlnnry told reporters that con- 
trary to the defence claim that 
Dr. Albert Snay had failed to de- 
tect a pulse ln Mrs Borroto some 



Phlnnry said that if Mrs. Bor- ther ministration from Sander, 



BERLIN. Feb. 25 iiP.-Weat Ger- 
many lifted an Allied -sponsored cm- 
■ bargo on steel export* to the Run- | 
I »ian vone today and advocated more 
I trade with the E.vt. 

East German source* showed un- 
1 concealed elation and announced I 
| they will seek new talk* on trade 
{ expansion next week. 

The Heel ban was eliminated 
after two week* of bargaining be- 
hind closed door* in East Berlin. 

Negotiations of the two rival Ger- 
man Republics, one supported byi 



by the federal Government " 



program j the New Westmlr 

LATEST RETt RN* said today. 

Final return* from 621 of 625 dls- Executive of the association said 
trlcts showed these results: ' “ make the request "In view 

Old House New House of the number of questionable real 

<640 member.* 1 <625 member* i ;ez»ate transactions i 

390 Socialist 315 , the Frderal Gtr 

2ot Conservative 294 I ' A Vancouver nr 

to T ihcr-ii «! day questions raise 

1 cull.. 0 Upt ••»... -ev. 

34 others 3 transaction* in Var 

Speaker ***** ,n ^ Hou 

1 'non-partisan i 1 nrU ^ Ho * 

Four more seats arc to be decided Vancouver (Quadra. 

In the new House. Tliree win ° r H A 

known by Monday and the fourth ^ Nrw u < M * n n ‘ 
in. . special district by -election , ^ns^rvaUve A«o 
March 6. mwl,n « ,Mt rU « ht 

Latest revised popular vote gave J***" * rt 



trical department lineman 
DIED IN NII.IIT 

Vanderpool told rwscuera, betwrer 



estate transaction* being put through lliA **l*® 1,1,0 tinconsriouxne**, that 



Talks on Goal 
Gonlinue Today 



WASHINGTON. Feb 7!> (A5. - 
Soil coal contract talk* u»ntg..i 
he*iled for their first Sunday sa*- 



he tried lo keep Nygard awake dur- m<ni a* Government media lor < 



• A Vancouver newspaper says lo- | ,n<f Thursday night to k*ep him ! pressed hard lor a sudden agree- 
day questions raised bv the new*- ,rwn fre r *ing to death Hr znld he ment before the mine whiaUes bl*'» 

. . /Ilad ll.w M ImIi A •• I 



paper about aev.ral real estate 
trantaclion* in Vancouver would be 



died “during the night. 
The cra«h was n 



raised In the HoU'r of Commons Point McKenzie, only a few miles I couragement 



next week u 



i ngaln. 

Isolated The n(flclaU drew zome slight eft- 
w miles ! couragement from todsj's long 
rhoruse meetings— “they've talked a lot Ol 



'1*‘C.. arroo* Inlet water* from Anrluirage | meeting* “they've talked 
I The pair were supposed lo have gone j dollar* and cent* all day 



Dr H A Saunders, chairman d on s wolf hum and they were not 
Uw* New Westminster Progressive- even reported uiUaing when ten 



Association. 



Division of Forestry men sighted the 



meeting last night Mr Drew had wreckage from the air on a flight 
been asked by letter to “instruct yesterday morning. 



Declares Death 
Not Accidental 

SALZBURG. Austria. Fell. 25 
• INS'.- Tlie Austrian official dlrect- 



U,, Ru * ,,a *** * he «*»»«■ ^ ^e West- the« result* of Thuridiy's voting 



The latest development in the _ , . ... 

■rruatinn.) in.1 »m. only . (» ^ ‘ J° ,n ' 

hour, .fter rich .nd poor rrlmd. , mu " ktu ” h ,,0 , d ' a “" n « lh * 



associations 



Wlien found on the fmxen beach. 



But tomorrow's sewnlon beginninr 
al 11 am. 'IST.i, offered the la* 
nh*nee to get * quick compromise 
ahead of court opening Manila) 
when the United Mine workers go 
to trial on contempt charges be- 



of the m*n on trial rallied to hla ! * 

support In a demonstration of 08 rmr ,hfy 
loyalty all but unprecedented In ***"* bj 

crime annals. lhe n»"ri 

Spear-headed by a spade-bearded niTTfncy * rrn ^_ 
former Harvard atithropologlst and 
an ex-nlderman. the "Dr. Hermann 



word “republic 1 at all. 

Instead they detoured a bitter dip- 
lomatic l*«ue by referring only to 
“the East murk and West mark 



Socialist 13,215,921 

Conservative 13,404 007 

Liberal 2,810,272 

Communist 91.746 

Others 302.440 

This makes a total nf 28.629,184 
out of an eligible 34 milllnn voters. I 



transaction* where th. disposal of VRndPTponI v „ rJll< , onIy |n „ gh { c.u*« < 372, 0« miner, refused ^to obey 



public fundi is concerned 



shirt snd trousers His Jacket was 



“Canada U now entering a phase foun<J ^ aWBy Jlm gcoU 

of economic life, ' the letter st*t«<. >nd John MrC ormlck said Vander- 



minutes before she met death. Snay j [«• U,e J 3 *" I N. Sander Fund" was launched to I 

conferred briefly with Sander In of U^lad States Navy ^ funda to ftRf(t thp 8utea 

the hallway outside the patient s Capt. Eugene 8. Karpe Mid tonight determination to convict lilm of i 
room. i 11 Wl,uUl *“*• Physically Im- | ending M „ Borroto Into eternity 

Ptollowbtg the conference, accord- poM,bl * f,,r K "ri>e to have been wlUl four little Jolts of air. 

Ing to a deposition which Phlnney a^ldentaliy. ri’N'DK COMING IN 

says Snay has signed, Dr. Sander , - Chief Ci.mmltlee-Man Dr. (of 

— Nf ||M4 k M| < NppL Philosophy) George Woodbury, who 

kJt-UWVlllO k7vCI\ once wa* treated by Sander for a 

Inside Today r a; i 

Ltlll I l\ III Sander at Dartmouth. Mid that 

voluntary contributions have been 

Accident Toll * VANCOUVER. Frh 25 <CF> -Uni- arriving for the past two week*, but 

Alberta Oil Newz 11 verstty of British Columbia students' neither would confirm that their I 

-T“ Even* Senior Cage requeat* for financial aid have goal is a $20,000 fighting fund. 



Shoe Factory Destroyed 



“whers millions of dollars will be 
epenl In public hulldltigz In order 
to provide employment It can 
readily be seen that this la a per- 
fect set-up. not only for politicians 
but al*o for their satrtlllH.” 



pool'* survival wa* a near-mlrarle 
WAVING BROOMSTICK 
"When we landed lo In ves ligate.” 
they said, "we found Vanderpool on 
I he Ice. Jerkily waving a broorrurtkk " 



a Federal Judge's order* to dig coal 
And the mediator*- David L. Owe. 
chairman of President Truman’s 
Inquiry board, and Cyrus Chlng 
Federal mediation chief —reportedly 
told the Union and operator itegotln- 
tors today that the public lnt«re‘ 
require* thev make every effort t 
reach agreement before ths trial 



Found on Accused 



Inside Today 



Accident Toll * 

Alberta Oil Newz . H 

-T“ Evens Senior Cage 

Serin — *1 

* * * 

Belle* r It or No! 13 

Bobby Hot ** 

Canada fig* .... * 

CUMlfied -3 

( omlri — n 

Croaaword — - 

Calbertson on Bridge 7 

Editorial* . * 

V-ntertalnment Col"™" — .1* 

Earope Today S 

Financial Tage 

Home Building *4 



Students Seek 
Greater Aid 

VANCOUVER. Frb 25 -Uni- 



reached a new peak President. N 
M. MacKrnidq *ald today. 



Dr Rander* appearance In front 
of the old rrd-brick courthouse 



Urea Uke Thai tn 

I.*-*! Newz M 

Marine New* 3* 

Oddltle* * 

Oversea* News 1' 

Radio Column 1* 

lUdlo Program* ...... **. -* 

Reboot rage «* 

Aerial Bimry T 

HmU I*. I*. 14, IS 

Sport **. « 

Aanrioo and Aawzet Table 
Telerialan **• ^ 

Thealrzo 

There Owghia B* a Law* II 

Tide Table “ 

I nele WlggBy - 
Vancouver |alai»d New* ..-B 



“Though we have more burzarlro y( . Urd . y h#d dni wn scattered ap- 
now than ever before. Dr. Mac- planar, a demonstration which 
Kenxle told the Alumni class rnana- icwda the fund nfBciala to believe 
gerx dinner, “more student* than that they wiU not encounter great 
ever before have come to tu for aid J difficulty in raking a considerable 
to get them through Uiia Spring.” amount of money. 

Plight Was for Penguins 

Talented Island Bird 
Rescued , Thawing ( hit 



LADYSMITH. Feb » -A tal- 
ented bird by the name of Pipev 
Is thawing nut after an adventure 
which should happen only lo a 
penguin. 

Ftpay, a blue budgerigar or love- 
bird who belong* to tha Noye 
family, numbers among hi* parlor 
tricks the ability to exclaim 
"Pretty Plpay. pretty Ptpay." and 
“have a cup of tea.* 

Plpay was accustomed to roam- 



ing loose around the house, follow- 
ing members of the family and 
holding small conversaUons with 
hlmsell. 

Recently he disappeared, and a 
household search-party failed to 
find him until they beard frantic 
chirps from the refrigerator. There 

he waa. 

The Noyes have no record of 
PI pay's remarks during the frosty 
imprisonment, but they suspect 
ha said “Baby, Us cold Inside.* 




Suspect Ricked I p by Chicago Police 
Allegedly Peddling Rare DrugACTH 



CHICAGO, Feb 23 <INH< -Cunfl- rprratthg a* a lone wolf in the ACTH black market might still 
dence detail officer* arrested a 23- theft and sale of the drug, police at large 

year-old electrician's helper today believed he might be but on« mem- 1 Police pointed out that ACTH !• 
when he allegedly attempted to her of a ring peddling the drug somstlmea deadly If not edmln- 
peddle 47 \1*l* of ACTH, rare CO-OPERATION PAY! I tstared by a phyxkUr< 

Police said Zaworwkl would be 



when he allegedly attempted to 
peddle 47 rial* of ACTH, rare 
"miracle" drug. 

Officers who arrested Richard 



Zaworzkl'* arrest vm the result 



Officers who imMd Richard of ptam * d .^operation between r,l ' nirt w,Ul Urceny ^ nd,n « ,ur * 
Zaworxkl said he .drained *u^iing c%f . Mor M , d c , mrrn ot u>p ther tnvesug.tlon He U being held 



the ACTH from the laboratories of ron ft d * nc * detail 
Armour Ac Co., where he w«* em- Cachlir r ,pr,rie/ 

s^*^ Zaworzkl approcp 

ACTH Is a rare and costly drug h d hlm ^p,, 
which ha* found remarkable success p ,^ ru ln 1|>P ^ k 
ln the treatment of arthritis. ..m 



confidence detail. 

Cachor reported to police that ; 
Zaworzkl appnyhed him wlien he 
heard him complaining of arthritic : 
pslru In tha back. 

Cachor said lh* young man of- 



sl the detective bureau. 



Temj)eralure « 
A cross Ca n ad a 



Although Zaworskl Mid lie wa« fpfp<1 w , upp|y ^ ACTH %l 
, a c*iat of 8100 a vial. He made an 



A* WireaMf* 



Firemen are shown battling to control the blazing Joyce Shoe 
Company plant In downtown Pasadena, Calif., which burned 
last night with Ion eatlmated at more than SI 000,000. Four 
hundred firemen and reaerves kept the blaze from Jumping 
e to adjacent buUdlr** and homes. 



Motorist Blocks 

Swaying Bridge 

V ancouver. Feb 25 «*>. 

—Blocking the approach 
with hla car. an unldrn tilled 
motorist today k*i»t traffic off 
a rwaylng bridge M feet fort 
abr.v* a Grewt Northern rail- 
way cut until polio* arrived to 
Lake over. 

Noticing that the brid«» 
sagged dangerously as he 
crossed It. the motorist blocked 
the bridge and called police, 
who diverted traffic. 

Police said heavy frost and 
subsequent thawing had 
caused the open to weaken. 



'Far M hzaz aerial •noma IS M ft. 
rztruarz » I PratM. 

„ . Min. Mat. Ul«n 1 

M ittmi II si .1# V 

NzllUi It M 

Montreal _ a f ay 

TWronto — U |g 

fort Arthar _» $ 



appointment with Zaworzkl and in . Naur.a 

U»e MUtUBM went to pnllre with • 

his story i rm A-tsae _g§ 

When Cachor arrived to complete 

the purchase of all the drug that — - - — S 

Zaworzkl could supply for approxl- III 

thately 84.700. police also were on |j r * f * 
hand. oetoary .. !T~_. m 

VIAU IN BAG *1™ 



X*mlo>>uz 

Officer* WU1 lam Rkkrr and 

Michael Egan made the arrest. They virrent 
said the 47 vlais were found In an 
unmarked paper bag. erinr* '•*«**• 

Borne of the drug waa sent to Ar- "AhmEts# 
mour laboratories where It waa Iden- ^* U *T T||| - 

ttfled a* a particularly potent batch L*« *- «*tre . 
of ATCH manufactured In the lab- SJiTTzrt ~ 
oratory. 

Police continued questioning Zag- 
orzkl an the chance that other mem- 

tan la cohorts with him on tha 1 



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Once Menace* Vaunted Siegfried L 
Now Heroines Haven for Stnugglin 



2 Railll (Cnlonifl! Victoria, B.C., Sob., Feb. 26, 1950 



Looks Like Tiger, Acts Like Kitten 



confusing themselve* almost ex- 
clusively to Use coffee trade -end 
making miserable Use liven of the 
harried German customs police. 
Coffee is » luxury Item for which 
Germans are willing to pay a fancy 
price. 

•nte Aachen area, at the Inter- 
section of Belgium. Use Nether- 



Three- man patrols um one dog tlve. they all start on 
to police an area abdut a mile wide across the border A few 
and three miles deep along the but the bulk make IL 
border. They work In *4'- hour goenettmaa smuggler. 
• hWU - decoys carrying sacks 

Most of the smugglers work for | grk&s or straw While i 
employers who stay comfortably at these Use real smuggle! 
house, raking In proftu eetlmated Ww ^ cn ftnd cha<lrptx 
at about S3 a pound on the roasted bua i llf5 , toa though ' 



AACHEN, Germany, Feb 36 CF).~ 
Gennany s once -menacing Siegfried 
Line has become a haven for smug- 
glers. 

Nightly they slip through 1U bat- 
tered lank trap* and ghostly bunkers 
to carry' pay loads of coffee acroae 
the Belgian border Into Germany . 

The smuggler! are a canny lot* 



TORONTO. Feo 26 CE>. - Hust- 
ling, bustling Toronto, which In a 
little more than a century has de- 
veloped from Muddy York into Can- 
ada’s second largest city, Is getting 
resdy to push Its population over 
the million mark. 

In a controversial amalgamation, 
plan that may go into effect within 
a few months, the eity seeks to add 
to Its present, population of roughly 
700.000, the 350.000 person* now liv- 
ing In 13 suburbs. 

MONTREAL RIGGER 
That will still leave Toronto 
slightly smaller than Montreal, big- 
gest city In Canada. But Mayor 
Hiram McCallum believes the ex- 
panded Toronto could provide living 
spare for close to 2.000 000 citizen* 
and solve the housing problem that 



has dogged the city for more than 
five years. 

The suburb#, despite the water, 

sewage, Iran; .porta Hun and other fa- 
cilities provided by the city, cannot 
now provide services sufficient to go j 
with the large-scale construction 
that would alleviate the housing 
shortage. 

Toronto has applied to the On- 
tario Municipal Board, a Provincial 
Government agency, for approval of 
the amalgamation plan, and the 
province lias indicated that It favor* 
unification of the 13 municipalities. 

BEAUTIFUL, EFFICIENT 

Toronto officials picture the ex- 
panded city as beautiful and effi- 
cient, with parks and green belt* 
within easy reach of all citizens, 
with arterial highways ending traf- 
fic Jams, with ample school faculties, 
all the houses the citizens need, 
accelerated industrial growth and 
top-notch fire and police protection 
for the entire area. 

Of the suburbs concerned, only 
the town of Mlmico. with population 
of more than 10,000, has expressed 
approval 

Opposed are New Toronto, Long 
Beach, Swansea. Weston, Forest Hill, 
Leaslde and the townships of Eto- 
bicoke, York, North York. East York 
and Scarboro. 

TAXES HIGHER 

Two mnln objections have been 
raised by the suburbs. They will have 
to give up their independence, a big 
! concession for the communities that 
take pride In their local Government, 
and they may have to pay more 
taxes. City officials agree that sub- 
urban taxes will probably rise 



ws what the 



• the big operations bw.se for under- 

ineer 'cover import. The difficult, never- 

11 ending Job of live busy customs 

1 ' police is to catch the smugglers who 

1 1 III usually try to dash across the border 
with s SO -pound load of coffee on 

C . an *' their backs 
»r u tour- 

„ to farm- ADVANTAGE 

ips on me- The police have one small ad- 
vantage They use trained Qer- 
li recently man police dogs who can smell 
department coffee further than a hungry faVm 
g the tour hand at breakfast time 
h Council, I The dogs are trained to slop s 
stlon pro- smuggler without harming him, 
i. They leap at his cheat, knock him 

ik s job as flat and then stand guard whtle 
the Sudan barking for help. If the smuggler 
HU Middle 1 la foolfeh enough to move, the dog 
fypt. Syria, I nips him wamlngly If he persists, 
' the d«g clamps down In eanvMl. 



— Central Pr*M Canadian 

Man who became famous lor having tiger by tall and being 
afraid to let go evidently didn’t have this Sumatran tigress In 
hand FeneUa, performing tiger of British circus, doesn’t seem 
to mind one bit as circus trainer's daughter, Sandra Bowler, 
plays with her as she would a kitten. 



Planned To Take Overflow 



Ex-Prisoners 
Receiving 
Medical Check 



Provisional Location Chosen 
For Scotland’s Third New l ow 



existing mne-mch main In the 
bridge of Weir -Georgetown Rosd. 
which Is fed from the K*lm reser- 
voir. 

Drainage. It Is said, presents no 
engineering difficulties, as the whola 
of the proposed area "falls naturally 
towards tha River Gryfe* For the 
Initial stages of development the 
existing drainage systems and dis- 
posal work* at Houston and CroaaU* 
could be used to a limited extent 
until new installations ar# provided. 

LAND SHORTAGE 

Tha first reason tor selecting 
Houston, the memorandum stare*. 
Is the shortage of building land In 
Greenock. Renfrew and Fort Ot*»- 
gow. 

Greenock “ha* almost exhausted 
all the sites within the present 
burgh boundaries capable of being 
used for housing purposes " Ren- 
frew U stated to have land available 
within Its present boundaries for less 
than one-quarter of its estimated 
needs 



HOUSTON. Renfrewshire, Scot- , 
land. Feb. 26 <CP>. Scotland's third 
new town, for which a provisional 
site has been chosen here, U being 
planned to accommodate the surplus 
population of Greenock. Renfrew 
and Port Glasgow. 

It may also provide for the hous- 
ing requirements of established and 
expanding Industry in the area. 

Arthur Woodburn, Secretary of 
State for Scotland, announced the 
decision In a 6. 000- word memoran- 
dum. 

PLAN OUTLINED 

The Houston plan provides for a 
“target** population of 40.000. the 
overspill from the three burghs be- 
ing estimated at 29,000 from Oreen- 
ock, 1,200 from Port Olasgow and 
10,000 from Renfrew, Including a 
proportion of workers at present 
traveling to work In or near Ren- 
frew. 

The site suggested for develop- 
ment extends to 2.427 acres, of which 
1,914 acres are stated to he suitable 
for building It Ilea within a one- 
mile radius of ihe existing village of 
Houston and between two main 
roeda. Both roads carry regular bus 
services between Olaagow and 



SYDNEY. Australia, Feb 26 CW.— 
About 10.000 Australians spent much 
of the last war behind Japanese 
barbed wire— ’behind bamboo’— a* 
they call It here. 

They were mostly men of the Ill- 
fated Australian Eighth Division 
a hastily trained force caught In 
Singapore at the end of the Ma- 
layan campaign. 

Now the Australian repatriation 
department — the Government 
branch which looks after the 
veteran— is asking all those prison- 
ers who returned to Australia to 
come In for another look-over. 

Main object of the medical ex- 
amination is to check for delayed 
effect of malnutrition, berl-bert, 
malaria, cholera, dysentery, tropical 
ulcers and typhus. Some recent 
cases had shown after-effects of 
these diseases although tha men 
wrre fairly healthy when they 
came bark in 1945. 

UNDERSTAND OUTLOOK 
If anything look* wrong with 
any of these ex-prlsonrrs, the de- 
pur' ment will give them a check 
from head to toe and take them 
before a board which will Include a 
doctor who was himself s prisoner 
of the Japanese. These doctors 
understand better than most what 
the men have suffered and under- 
stand also their mental outlook 
Of the many hundreds of men 
already examined, the survey shown 
that they compart favorably with 
anyone else who served In the 
Pacific Officials say they are 
“remarkably free" from war neu- 
roses. 



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LONDON. Feb 26 <CP».— In a small 
second-hand store In the Hornsey 
area there Is an old man who hasn't 
enough money to play the ho rses 
but he's still s gambler He gambles 
on pictures. 

Joseph Adinolft, the 68-year-old 
dealer, says It's as bad as betting. 
"Once you begin, you can’t stop." 

Customers are used to the sight of 
stacked paintings in his shop. The 
little room at the back, where he re- 
touches his finds. Is piled up with 
them. The staircase walls are lined 
with pictures: massive oil paintings 
hang in the sitting-room. 

His showpiece hangs over the fire- 
place. It was bought for £5 i|1550). 
When Mrs Adlnolfl fust saw the 
dark canvas she said “firewood." 

When Joseph had finished clean- 
ing It. a fine Illustration of the par- 
able of the Oood Samaritan was dis- 
closed. Experts say It was painted by 
Comely* Malays, the Flemish master 
who died In 1879. 



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SEEK INDIAN HOLIDAY 
NEW DELHI <CP). — The Indian 
Government asked employer or- 
ganisations In the country to de- 
clare January *8 and 27 as P»W 
holidays for the workers. The 
holldav would enable thrm lo par- 
ticipate In celebrations In connec- 
tion with the Inauguration of the 
Indian Republic. 



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CHELMSFORD, Essex. England 
«Cin— A grant of £34 <*106 40 > has 
been given to Chelmsford Boxing 
Club by th# Mid -Essex Education 
Commute#. 



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Many Pilgrims 
Visiting Rome 
For First Time 



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LONDON. Feb. 26 CfV — Britons 
rend more newspapers than any 
other people, says a United Nations 
Ktatlsticai handbook 

They take 600 dally newspaper* 
lo 1,000 people, followed by Australia 
with 426. 

But the average British newspaper 
weighs only one-seventh of the 
American newspaper. 



VATICAN CITY. Feb 25 'Reuters' 
—Thousands of the pilgrims visit- 
ing Rome for the Holy Year will 
Ret. their first view of the giant 
dome of Saint Peter * from the sir. i 
Airline companies report an ex- | 
peoted 100 per cent Increase In air > 
arrival* In the capital during the 
Spring and Summer months. Many 
of the travelers will come from the 
United States. Australia or South 
America, to see Rome for the fli>t 
time in their lives 

As the plane comes in tu land at 
the airport south of Rome, the air 
pilgrim gets hla first view of the 
winding yellow Tiber, the many 
domes and churches of the Eternal 
City, and th* Vatican Palace and 
gardens sloping down to where St. 
Peter's stands with colonnade en- 
circling th# great square. 

WIDE VIEW 

South of the airport, he’ will see 
the Alban Hills, where ihe Pope 
has hi* Summer palace at Castel- 
gandolfo. To the east 11# tha 
Sabine Hllki and the *Te*t chain of 
the Appennlnea: to the west, the 
sea and Rome's ancient port of 
Oetia. 

Many pilgrims who arrive by air 
at Clam pi no will choose to travel 
the last 84 mile# to Rom# on foot 
down the ancient Applan Way. 
They will walk across tha cypress- 
shaded road, still paved here end 
th'-re with the stone# 2 000 years 
old, between grass-grown ruined 
tombs of Roman Senators. 

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Font' Then tn Hl nSir m. Three way art loo 
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I lolling an# burning in 1 minutes. S. Kills 
many germ* and parasite* often rwpoiulM* 
for *kln disorder* sueh as Athlste * Tool, 
I Heins heel your skin, soflsr. smoother. 
Try Ml* * dorm tonight WsUth for big la>- 

r vsmmt lbs flm dal. Hearts HlUfMlgn 
you or money berk. Ask your druggist 



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Owns# so# Os'rsleS by S*H •l-s*»rt*| lb«*t. 

Oldest Established H#ahng-Aid Company on Vancouver Island 



pardon granted to Holy Year pil- 
grim*. they will visit Saint Mary 
Major, built on one of the aerrn 
hill* of Rome tn the fourth century. 

Third of the Basilica*. St John 
Latcran. la dedicated both to 8t. 
John tha Baptist and St. John the 
Evangelist. The Popes, before they 
moved to the Vatican. lived In the 
rich palace which adjoins It 

It was at 8L John Lateran-ao- 
raUeri because It Is built on the 
latrtan marshea-that Pope Boni- 
face VIII announced the first Holy 
Year of Jubll## In 1200 



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l Basilica of St. Paul 



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James Hay Scouts and Cubs Hob I Successful Salvage Drive 



1 'Aiih Additional District News oruTage 38- 

Seriously III If oman Loculi 
After If undering From llu 

A 46-year-old pyjama-clad, seriously 11! -Saanich 



Ioday’s Question 

Answer on Page 4 



Shown above Is truck loaded with rags and papers which were collected by Fraternal Order 
of Eagles and James Bay Eagles' Scouts and Cubs In a city-wide paper drive to raise funds for 
Scout and Cub activities. Three men are Ueft to right t Thomas Elder. Robert Barnes, drive 

chairman, and Ernest Bulmer. 



Lynn Eastwood of 34 Olympic Avenue. James Bay Eagles’ Scout. Is shown with Cubs Robin 
Barnes. 1 5 Ontario Street, and Tony Knowles. 122 Slmcoe Street. Boys are shown collecting 
rags and papers In city-wide drive sponsored by Fraternal Order of Eagles to raise funds for 

Boys Scout and Cub activities. 



When does the United Nations 
Ocntnl Assembly meet? 



he was walking along Pandora Ave- 
nue near Blanahard Street about 
11 pin. when two young men 
assaulted him. Re thought they In- 
tended to rob him. 

Wilson furnished police with a 
description of the pair. 



Serving at Deficit Since 1945 



FANCY FOOTWEAR 
A peaked leather-aoied oho# 
called the cracow e was considered 
the height of foablan during the 
Middle Ages a chain tied around 
the knee held up the long toe. 



T.C.A, May Opera le W ithout Loss 
In Canada in 1950 , Says President 



niiE 

A fire In the »a luring plant of the 
•Idney Roofing A Paper Co. Ltd, 

Industrial Reserve, was quickly ex- 
tinguished by city firemen yester- 
day morning. 

Firemen aald the fire was eon- 
fined to a section or room and It 
was caused by a cutting torch being 
used during Installation of an auto- 
matic sprinkling system. Damage 
was very light. 

* \ • Police Friday night that some 

MAN AlMtKFO I young men In a 1949 model car 

Two teen-agers are believed to were making noises like a siren and 
hava been unsuccessful In what forcing cam to the aide of the 
they Intended to be a strong-arm street. 

robbery late Friday night He gave the police the car's 

Stewart Wilson told city police licence number. 



Despite bad weather 15 tons of paper and three tons of 
old rags were collected by the Fraternal Order of Eagles 
and the James Bay Eagles Scouts and Cubs yesterday in a 



Trans-Canada Airlines' domestic 
operaUons should "break even or 
come eloee to it" in i960. according 
to TCA. President Gordon R. Mc- 
Gregor. 

On »h* last lap of a Western 
regional tour. Mr. McGregor con- 
ferred briefly here yesterday after- 
noon with local T.CA. staff officials. 

Remarking that Uie company had 
been operating at a deficit since 
1945, he also pointed out that 15*49 
was the first er.Ure year to bear 
"the full depreciation" of the charge* 
for the 20-plane North Star fleet 
at the rate of $330 000 a month. 

During 1M8, Uie depreciation costs 
were borne for only seven montha. 
he (aid. 

ContrtbuUng to declining coats in 
1050. however, would be th* fact 
that depreciation would be coming 
to an end on T.C.A.'* 27 D C. S’l, 
purchased three or four years ago. 



Mr. McGregor said he expected 
general airline revenue would also 
be up this year and that TCA. 
would be able to "handle the busi- 
ness without Increase tn personnel 
or planes " 

Fare reduction* had been made 
this Winter as an Incentive to atr 
travel, he noted, and, "quite pos- 
sibly." might be made again next 
Winter, 

"Breaking even" on the airline's 
overseas services Is a more remote 
possibility, according to Mr. Mc- 
Oregor, since they are maintained 
partly as “a Unison function, show- 
ing the Canadian flag In foreign 
ports." 

VALUABLE TO CANADA 
"But they are valuable to the 
Government tn this way and that 
Is one of the many reasons why 
there are government airlines 
Earlier. Mr. McGregor presided 



at a luncheon where guests included 
Lieutenant -Governor C. A. Banks, 
P remier Byron Johnson. Hmv lee.lve 
H. Eyrea and local civic and busi- 
ness representatives. 



city-wide rag and paper drive. 



Paper and rags will be turned over to the Salvage Com- 
pany and the profit will be donated to the James Bay Eagles 
Scouts and Cubs to further their training activities during 
the coming year. 

Eagles' officials said last night that they hoped to make 
about seven dollars a ton for the paper and 40 dollars a ton 
for the rags. This would give them approximately a total 
or $105 foi the paper and $120 for the rags or a total of 
$225. 

Robert Barnes, drive chairman, said last night that the 
drive was more successful than had been anticipated and 
wished to thank Victoria residents for the support of the 
James Bay Eagles Scouts and Cubs. 



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RESUMES LECTURE! 

Edward Vidal. PROS, will re- 
ium« the series of llliu<tnite<1 lec- 
tures today In tl»e ooiir«e of the 
Sunday afternoon "Fireside Hour" 
at the Victoria YMCA. starting 
it I p m. 

Today* lecture by Mr. Vidal will 
be enUtled "Arctic Circle to the 
Equator." The *'Plre*lrir Hour" pro- 
gram is open tn the general public, 
and ha* proved Itself to be a popu- 
lar Sunday afternoon feature at the 



TUESDAY 



All •Ho** r*«ioup*4 for flnftl 
rlMranrr 
COMI MILT 

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Housing ^ur\ 

C7 

Drawing to ( 



The "V*" Sunday evening music 
hour, etartlng at 9 pm, will fe*ture 
Haydn'* "Clock Symphony " In ad- 
dition. there will be a technicolor 
film entitled "Acrnas Canada." 



Search for Oil in B.C . 
Now (Jose to J ancouver 



Now nearing completion I* a low- torta Community Welfare Council, 
rental housing survey conducted by I Groups co-operating in the aur- 
the housing committee of the Vic- vey Include the Y.M.C- A . the 
~ 1 — - - Y W.CA, Canadian legion. Trade* 

II | * || * and labor Council, the Senior 

] | [III liotinl CUliens* Campaign Council and the 

| Salvation Army. 

¥ / . / ’I * Complrled report, containing 

I AUK IS millCSC recommendation* for housing Im- 

... , ^ provemenf*. will be ready for suh- 

The Union Board of Health de- mkskin 8hnrtly Ul Pmvinrt.l Oov- 
dded at a meeting In the City Hall Prnmrnt and clvl0 official*, a com- 
Frtday to write the Public Work.* m|Uwf ipo)cMman Mld , 

Department and Hon. R W May- three groups 

hew. Victoria member, requesting three okoits 

■ public convenience at the new Three main groups being aur- 
pn*t office on Government and veyed are olfl-age pensioner*, tingle 
Yates Street*. women and low-income married 

The meeting also gave special men engaged In semt and unskilled 
approbation to the local Chinese labor. 

who have printed a copy of the Housing for four ware group*- 
Food Handler*' Course In their own under 150 a month. $75 to $100 
language, which, the board said. 1 $100 to $135, and $135 to $175 — Is 
•howed they are trying their best being studied. 

to supply Victorians with clean and | Volunteer survey workers have 
wholesome food. j vtslted soma 30 homes In two sec- 

Ald. Margaret Christie was re- lions of the etty end distributed 400 
elected chairman of the board que*tlonnalres to single employed 
during the meeting. women. 



the same area as the Surrey Dome 
OH Ac Go* Co. well drilled to 2,000 
feet in 1945. later abandoned. 



8earch for oil Is moving into 
Vancouver's backyard. 

AUenbee South Brsreau B.C. 
No. 1 well t* planned as first in 
an exploration of extension acreage 
in the Lower Fraser Valley. May- 
nard Davies, Calgary promoter, 
announced. 

The well will test the *'8urrey 
Dome" structure near Newton, 
across the Fraser from New West- 
minster, 

ARRANGEMENTS MADE 

Tt will be drilled under a 50-50 
arrangement between South Bra- 
teau Petroleums. Ltd, and R. A. 
Broward, managing director of 
Allenbre Petroleum Ltd. 

Two Victoria firms will market 
shares In the venture this week. 

Allenbre have received explora- 
tion rights on some 26,000 acres in 
the Is'Wpx Fraser Valley. 8outh 
Brareau will pay the coat of drilling 
and share 50-50 In acreage and pro- 
duction after recovering drilling 



Come And Get It! 



OTTAWA. Feb. 2- <fp> -Whole- 
sale prices In Canada rose three- 
tenths of a point In January, re- 
flecting slight price climbs for 
vegetables, textiles, lumber, Iron and 
non-metalllc products. 

The general Index for January 
stood at 157.1, compared with 156$ 
in December, the Bureau of Statis- 
tic* reported today. The incex Is 
calculated on the bosla of 1926 
equalling loo. 



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Quebec City In 194J. 



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EQUIPMENT COMING 

Drilling equipment will be shipped 
from Calgary Immediately and the 
wrll spudded In n* soon as passible 
— perhaps at the end of March. Mr. 
Davies said OU or gas might be 
round anvwhere down to 4A0O feet, 
he thinks. Estimated cost of the 
well U 160.000. 

Mr. Davie* expressed conviction 
that gas showings obtained on the 
Richmond Gas At Oil Co. well at 
Lulu Island recently were of min- 
eral origin 

Rite of the new well will be In 



automobile accidents 

( nni R(ur»» «bu« jemrly total; total tor U»» »*«Ji ) 

Langford to 

fUanirh HoaixUry Victoria •••Hr* 



Killed 

Injured 

Written repart* 



Solomon 



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Victoria Welsh M ill C ommemorate 
Patron Saint David ft illt Banquet 

Victoria Welsh, organised as the 
Victoria Cvmrodorlon Society, will 

1 ommemorate thrir patron St. David 
t Its annual banquet on Wednes- 
ay. March 1. In the dining-room 

t ' the Monterey. 

teev* A. I. Thomas of Esquimau, 
sident of the eoclety. will be 
the airman of the proceeding*, which 
*rt at 7 p m. H. S Hum of the 
thW'Vinctal drama department will 
tha guest speaker. 

SPEAR ABOUT TRIP 
J waiter Jeune. who vUlted Wales 
last year, wHl give a short talk on 
,id. ' ... i * present con- 

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The musical part of Uie program 
dll be given by the Cambrian Olct 
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1»M 



leisure Seem n To lie a lAf.nl Art 



O NE RAtoni&lung thing about this, the 
forty-ninth year of the twentieth cen- 
tury, seems to be the disappearance of 
leisure in an age which prides itself first on 
technological advances designed to free 
man from his chores. The machine, he vu 
told, would do them and to a large extent 
It has. Concurrently, however, man has 
found ao many other things to do in his 
free time that he Is busier than ever. There 
are breakfast clubs, luncheon clubs and 
dinner clubs so that there need be no break 
In the chain even for meals. Required read- 
ing has grown so voluminous that no one 
man In his lifetime could read It all. The 
machine-tender measures his work-day by 
the split second, and his time-off In pre- 
cisely the same fashion. Daylight saving 
Is Invoked to supply one. and at times two, 
extra free hours in seasonable weather. Yet 
the •'gallop’' only grow* 

That least productive but most envied of 
all mortals, the congenitally lazy man. has 
become nearly as extinct as the dodo. The 
true Spartan who can surround himself 
with work and calmly leave it undone 1s of 



stiffer mental fibre than the Incredulous 
gallery he Is certain to collect. Here and 
there .a professional hobo still tramps the 
roads In Summer and sleeps In the haymow, 
but even he has acquired a purpose— a con- 
vention of his brotherhood three provinces 
away in the Autumn The most heart- 
breaking symptoms of all are seen in those 
humans who go on a vacation In the woods 
or at the lakeside and return all tired out. 
They had leisure In their grasp and let it 
slip through their fingers. 

There are many things to account for the 
phenomenon, no doubt, but not one of them 
replaces the leisure that man used to have 
and the uses he made of it. Reflection was 
one. With artificial light and steam-heat 
he has stretched the day and the season 
until work Is possible at any period in the 
twentv-four hours, and. were it not, he 
would still worry about it There, perhaps, 
is the clue — the human mind has been 
trapped in this mad gallop, and even holi- 
days must proceed on minute-logged 
schedules. Meanwhile, leisure has fled. 



Deliver Ls h'rttm Incessant Blah 



S OME forms of advertising as practised 
In Canada may not be to everyone's 
taste, but at least the individual is still 
tn the happy position of being able to take 
It or leave it No one is forced to read any- 
thing, and the home radio listener Is still 
boss, if he dislikes the commercials he can 
alienee them with a finger. There are sin- 
liter indications, however, that this blessed 
freedom of choice to listen or not to listen 
is In peril. 

What seems to be a conspiracy against 
alienee In the United 8tates Is spreading 
to Canada. Mr. Donald Gordon is being 
prevailed upon to Instal radios in trains of 
the Canadian National Railways. May he 
be given strength to resist these would-be 
brighteners of Journeys by rail, for if he 
were to yield the day of the captive audi- 
ence in Canada would be at hand. 

A captive audience, as the term implies. 
Is any group of people for whom there is no 
escape from the blare of loud-speakers as- 
sailing the ear with bleats about the merits 

Choosing the City Manager 

T HE wide interest taken in Victoria's 
decision to Invoke the city manager 
form of civic administration is re- 
flected in the number of applicants seeking 
the managerial post. Fifty-six is a sizable 
list, and should give the City Council con- 
siderable latitude in their choice Presum- 
ably applications will have come from indi- 
viduals of proved executive capacity and 
with experience In the realm of municipal 
government. They are at all events coun- 
try-wtdfc in scope. 

It will be the task of the Council to re- 
view the careers of the applicants and to 
choose the person who seems best fitted for 
the responsibilities that will be thrust upon 
him. These will be many and varied, ard 
more so because of the distinct change of 
policy the city manager form of admlni- 



of somebody's beer, pills or chewing gum. 
It is the audience that used to be able to 
chat or catch up with the news homeward 
bound by bus. steal forty winks on a com- 
muters’ train, or enjoy the peace of reading 
or ga 2 ing dreamily through the window of 
a transcontinental coach; but now has 
every moment of the Journey plagued by 
the false cheerfulness of an unseen an- 
nouncer. 

A militant minority in New York success- 
fully invoked the law on public nuisances 
against Grand Central Station to silence 
its vocal advertisements; but elsewhere in 
the United 8tates crusaders against this 
unnecessary noise are losing ground. The 
captive audience there is expanding be- 
cause a public grown used to noise is apa- 
thetic to any new trespass. There is in the 
United States a powerful organization with 
the avowed Intention of putting radio ad- 
vertising Into every public carrier. We 
don’t want that in Canada, but we may get 
it if the public drops Its guard. 



stratlon will introduce into this city. It 
has been stated that it may take weeks to 
decide on a successful applicant and months 
before he is installed in his position, though 
one hopes not. 

The voters, whose insistence created the 
post of city manager, will expect that cap- 
ability should be the sole criterion in his 
selection, and that he should be paid a 
salary commensurate with his responsi- 
bilities. There may be wisdom in consult- 
ing with the management engineers who 
surveyed the civic administration, but it is 
the City Council’s duty to make the final 
choice. Theirs is the onus as the elected 
civic government charged with implement- 
ing the city-manager system. No outside 
agency should be assigned to pick the man 
for this important position. 






Letters and Excerpts 

m 111 k. Iimr l la • •» »*rt. »*• WW ••• •« 

<rr lt*f t aaallallal aarr *•*•««»»** aaaaat M r.*«r »»4 



MAN ON THE LAND 



Rir,— Th* people llvlni In the cities want to 
ramsmber that everything they eat, drink, wear 
and even the air they breathe come* of! the 

land or out of the sea. 

They do not want to forget as the farmer s 
Income falls the business in the cities falls and 
hence the rise in unemployment. 

The man on the land only numbers about 12% 
of the population of BrlUsh Columbia and he 
has to have enough money coming in to keep 
the other 88% living In the cities. 

The people in the cities should keep in mind 
as they raise their wages they are keeping the 
money away from the man on the land. 

The lese spending money he has and the cities 
will suffer. As you can see, unemployment has 
started. 

•Xet the Government keep them. Remember 
the Government has got to get the money from 
the man on the land, as the Government is the 

P#0Pl# ‘ C. 8 McTAVI8H. 

Sidney. VX, B C. 

RICKSHAW INCIDENT 

„ !r ln The Dally Colonist on February 22 there 
was an arUcle by one named Muriel Cordeaux. 

Tbs writer asserts that both Oreat Britain and 
the United States are Intensely hated In China, 
and that It Is now Canada s ’‘golden” chance to 
step In and grab 

What appears to be the writers very sensa- 
tional trip to Hongkong must have befogged her 
mind to what amounts to some very recent his- 
tory tn the Canadian record. 

Canada, too. sent scrap Iron, oil and wheat to 
Japan when, and while, the was righting what 
was then thought of as Nationalist China. 

Canada also has been sending arms to India to 
aml.t tn the latter’s civil war. and India Is our 
friend I 

The people of the whole world are begging for 
Mure and security, yet practically every nation 
I. ttvlns U* a glaas houss. which has been bum 

to, their adepts tn usury 
Dearly as the writer may low her Canada— 
•he le s Oensdlan the very though! of 



placing her “Lady of the Snows" In the role of 
“Caesar's wife ‘ on this world s stage carries a 
very heavy load or bathos 
Every worthy Canadian citizen can only glory 
in Canada’s prosperity when the latter Is gleaned 
by clean and wholesome methods. The props ot 
hate and propaganda are but buUdlng on shift- 
ing sand. 

Canada would be a very lonely country without 
the good will and friendship of both Oreat 
Britain and the United Slates 
Did the writer forget that Canada is in America 
too. and therefore missed the point tn the re- 
marks made by the human motive power she 
employed, to carry her to safety, at such a 
critically emotional time? 

ELLEN HART. 

Chlpperfleld Farm. R R. 1. East Sooke. 

Victoria, B C. 




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—Lor 1 






“A Thing of Be*auty . • /' 

A thing of beauty is a joy foe ever : 
lt» lovelmeu increase*: it will never 
Pou into nothingness: but still will keep 
A bower Quiet for us. and a sleep 
Full of su'eet dreams, and health, and yu:et 
breathing 

Therefore, on et'ery morrow, are we wreathing 
A flowery band to bind us to the earth. 

Spite of despondence, of the inhuman dearth 
Of noble natures, of the gloomy days. 

Of all the unhealthy and o'er darken'd t vays 
Made foe our searching: yes. in spite of all. 
Some shape of beauty mourn away the pall 
From our dark spirits. Such the sun. the moon. 
Trees old and young, sprouting a shady boon 
For simple sheep: and such are daffodils 
With the green world they live in: and clear 
nils 

That for therrfselves a cooling covert make 
'Gainst the hot season: the mid -forest brake, 
Rich south a sprinkling of fair musk-rose 
blooms : 

And such too is the grandeur of the dooms 
We have imagined foe the mighty dead: 

All lovely tales that we have heard or read: 
An endless fountain of immortal dnnk, 
Pouring unto us from heaven s brink . . * 

John Kjat* 



Thinking Aloud 

“ . . H chor* — end *htp* — and Matins 
«•**— of eabbafiw and ainga." 

By TOM TAYLOR 

A NSWERINO some questions in last 
week's Life magazine General 
Lucius D. Clay, until recently United 
Stales military governor ln Oermany, 
remarks that t Western) democracy is 
not a commodity that can be neatly 
packaged like food rations and di- 
gested with magical effects. 

That is a neat way of putting It 
Democracy’s drawback In the strug- 
gle Against Communism lies ln this 
very circumstance: that Ha essence 
cannot be contained in a slogan, tn a 
catch-phrase, or even ln a 1.000-word 
article. 

Because democracy is many things 
to many people. It is like a chame- 
leon in that it takes its color from 
those who practice It. and It lx just 
as many-hued as the practitioners 
themselves. 

Anc <n practice It Is not. like Com- 
munist, codiried ln finite form. 

This undoubtedly hampers Its ex- 
ponents; the very looseness of de- 
mocracy makes It difficult for them 
to seem positive about Its virtues, ln 
contrast to the concise suren ess of 
Communistic philosophy. 

Democracy Is also hampered by 
being. In the main, truthful about 
Itself, and by being tolerant almost to 
the point of folly, simply because one 
of Its basic tenets Is tolerance. 

* * W 

I»nmocracy. as we know it. Is pri- 
marily a way of life, and therefore like 
life It is diffused and diverse. 

Let us see. however, what It may 
mean to you or me. 

Democracy Is the right to think 
what you like about your government, 
and aay what you think without fear. 
It la the ballot you may mark, doodle 
on. or tear up in front of the returning 
officer's nose. It is the freedom that 
lets you alt next the Premier or the 
Police Magistrate at a hockey game 
and. If he Intrudes on your space, tell 
him to move over In whatever verbal 
terms your mood Inclines. It la the 
sarcastic note you may send to the 
Income tax department. It Is the 
radio program you may turn on or 
shut off at wllL It Is the newspaper 
you flaunt ln anyone’s face as proof 
of your preferences. 

Democracy Is the visit you make 
to a friend in another country; It is 
a seat In a bus no matter who Is 
standing: it Is the howl you raise If 
a plot of civic grass Is being given 
away; it la the church of your choice; 
It Is legislators at work under your 
eyes; It is letters to the editor; it Is 
generals saying beg pardon If they 
bump you on the street. 

a a a 

There are other features of de- 
mocracy. There Is democracy ln a 
family group, tn the movlea we see, 
In a carefree whittle on a public 
atreet. ln the peel you throw at the 
umpire. In the picture you paint If 
you have the know-how, In the song 
you sing In the bathtub careleaa of 
eavesdropper*. 

Democracy is all these and as many 
more as your yourself can name. 

Men are not perfect eo democracy 
has not reached perfection. We are 
rill. learning how to make it work 
for the greatest good of the greatest 
number, and we haven’t yet explored 
I ta fullness. Nor are we agreed on all 
that It may encompoa* or on the best 
method of expanding Its virtues with- 
out weakening it through undue li- 
cence. 

Paradoxically, too. the disagree- 
ments that check the full flower of 
democracy are themselves the sym- 
bols of Its full expression. 

It is, moreover, a thing of feeling 
as well as of tangible recognition, and 
things felt are not eaally explained. 

Yet It Is by all odds the happiest po- 
litical evolution of man’s long and 
tangled history. * 

Democracy cannot be packaged, as 
Oenerml Clay aays, but It can be Mved, 
and If we are wise we shaM keep on 
trying to live it. 

Today’* Answer 

r Question on Page Si 

to September each year. 



Strip G Inner s . . • 

From the Press Gallery 



By FRED McNEIL 

M EMBERS of the Legislature are 
sighing for the old days when 
the House was a real battling ground, 
when debates took on real flash and 
fire, when lusty orators and repartee 
artists lightened tha often dreary 
business of making laws 
In the past week they seemed more 
interested In the British election than 
ln BrltL\h Columbia affairs Finance 
Minister Anscomb was jubilant He 
saw In the results the partial fulfill- 
ment of his favorite phrase, ’’the tide 
will turn.” 

The C.C.F. tried to make the best 
of It. bravely appearing tn the House 
flaunting red carnations ln their but- 
tonholes. 

The election made dismal news to 
C C F Leader Harold Winch, already 
fnced with the toughest Job In his 17 
years as a member As a background 
to the sharp drop In British Socialist 
strength, were the left wing defeats 
In Australia and New Zealand. Al- 
though Mr Winch's party still records 
a whopping popular vote in British 
Columbia, House strength Is d»>wn to 
seven, exactly what It was when 
C C F.-ers first took their seats ln 1931. 

Winch sorely misses sharp-witted 
Herbert Gargrave, who used to carry 
a good part of the load and won a lot 
of publicity by his pungent drolleries. 
* a * 

Government forces are regretting 
that the C.C.F. were able to nab off 
Frank Calder, the Indian member. He 
made a very good Impression on his 
first speech and the Government fears 
he’ll be able to bring most of the 
Indian vote to the C C F 
Calder has an interesting story. His 
real name Is Frank Clark. He was 
adopted up by his childless, politically- 
minded uncle. Arthur Calder. The 
elder Calder felt lack of education was 
a great handicap and determined that 
young Frank would get all he could. 
Frank spent 13 years at school, first 
at the former United Church residen- 



tial school, Coqualee. at Sardis, and 
later at Chilliwack High School He 
waa the first reserve Indian to attend 
university ln the Province and grad- 
uated In 1948 with a licentiate In 
theology. Like many a young pale- 
face. he worked hard to atay in aehool, 
in coastal fish packing plants. Hea 
now not only the first Indian tn the 
House, but the youngest member. 

He aays he never got married be- 
cause he has always bean too hu*> 
with his book* to think ab-mt it He 
still works as tallyman ln parking 
plants. 

He first became interested in politics 
through hearing the elder Calder talk, 
chose the CC.F. principally because 
“they've always fought for minority 
groups.” 

Members on the Coalition side are 
wondering who masterminded Calder s 
coupe last week Calder sat amillng 
day after day, listening to member* 
paying flowery compliment* to In- 
dians. saying the time had come to 
give them a new deal, that the day of 
racial discrimination was over In Brit- 
ish Columbia. 

Then Calder made his own speech, 
very neatly and whimsically express- 
ing gratitude at the sudden aollcltude 
for his native brethren and making It 
clear he was not unaware of the poli- 
tical reason*. 

Then he quietly put members on a 
spot they 11 find it difficult to wriggle 
off without embarrassment and per- 
haps loss of Indian votes He placed 
on the order paper a resolution which 
sets forth a bill of right* for minority 
groups. If members approve and it 
subsequently becomes an act. It A- ill 
be an offence :n this Provtnce for any 
individual or body to practice any type 
of racial discrimination, overt or oth- 
erwise. “8elect ' professional associa- 
tions, labor groups, people in "select” 
residential areas would be breaking 
the law If they exercised any of the 
many forms of pressure to keep out 
minority groups. 



Observation 
Car ° * 

rcirl.Y The coffee is ready. Don! 

-I A hold me back, a burly me- 
chanic In a Vancouver Street garage 
shouted as he raced out of the build- 
ing and made for a small grocery ahop 
on Colllnson Street In hla precipi- 
tous flight he nearly knocked a cus- 
tomer down at the gasoline pumps. 

’ Sorry Car.'t stop, he yelled over hi* 
shoulder before reaching the other 
side of the street ”1* that the way 
Npemv generally him* Too 

b <5 hr does no* use that much energy 
fixing aut ... ibilt tha man said 
to h« g irs propiv tor Before tha 
boss had m chance to reply, the me- 
chanic re tamed with a tray contain- 
ing a pot or eoffr* cups, sugar, cream 
and b. r <~ u 5 "How did you know tha 
coffee was ready' 5 ” the customer in- 
quired “Look over there See tha 
kitchen window ?" the mechanic said. 
“What about the kitchen window? I 
see two of them.” the customer an- 
swered Then the mechanic pointed 
out a large red and white illsh towel 
hanging from the top of the window 
frame The lady who owns the shop 
always him gs the towel up at 10 30 
am when our coffee is ready,” the 
mechanic explained . . . From Tha 
Galt Reporter: "The only way a par- 
ent can krrp the tipper hand with tha 
children Is to bring It down occasion- 
ally with some force.” The old ex- 
prrvsion ‘ spare the rod and spoil tha 
child” was discarded years ago. Mod- 
ern child psychology forbids parents 
to lay a hand on the little darlings, 
however bad they may be. Spanking 
children. or curxectlnc them too often, 
may give them inhibitions and vari- 
ous complrxe*. according to psycholo- 
gists. As a r«*.ul;. bad manners and 
rudeness !o their parents are seen on 
every hand . , It will not be many 
mor> h» before Insecticides with fan- 
tastic name* arr in use in homes 
again to combat fliea and mosquitoes. 
The ol d -lash ion e<J remedy of a rolled- 
up newspaper or a damp towel Is still 
hard to beat. 



Exercise Sweetbriar’s Peacetime Value 



I T is a cutIoua paradox that war. and 
preparation for war, ran have 
beneficial effect s. Funds become avail- 
able for experimentation where such 
money might be withheld during a 
period of secure peace. It D not un- 
likely that Exercise 8weetbrlar. de- 
signed as It la to study and solve mili- 
tary problems of equipment and sup- 
ply In northern regions, will also prove 
useful when applied to settlement of 
the north. 

The last war gave society a wlda 
range of apparatus useful in peacetime 



i From The Evening Citizen. Ottawa) 

pursuits. Bailey bridging la proving 
valuable at the Des Joachims power 
development on the Ottawa River. The 
Jeep la being used In many parts of 
the world, and h?re ln Ottawa may 
be seen employed, among other thing*, 
as s miniature snowplough. Radar 1* 
used by merchant vessels; the de- 
velopment of Jet-propelled aircraft 
was accelerated during the war, and 
the enormou* Investment required to 
find a practical method of splitting 
tha atom was mad* possible by war- 
time urgency. 



It may well be that Exercise Sweet- 
briar. apart altogether from Its mili- 
tary value, will be worthwhile because 
of the possibilities It can open up for 
settlement of the north New types of 
bousing will be texted, new vehicle* 
used, snd socially-designed clothing 
worn All these may be useful to min- 
ing and logging companies, trappers, 
and perhap* to pioneer farmers. Bu# 
it atm remains a curious fact that 
preparation for war can be so per- 
suaatve a force in making large funds 
avaUfbie for useful experimentation. 




teforia 

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Stnrb anb (Frinoline 



- «■ — From File* of 

Colonist for 

By O. E. MORTIMORE 

A CHURCHMAN 8 Intervention 
saved Cowichan district from an 
Indian war, The Dally BrlUsh Col- 
onist reported. 

"Softie time in December a chief of 
the Quamichan tribe killed an Indian 
belonging to the Comlakens. 

“A wholesome fear of British jus- 
tice not being before their eyes- mqre 
particularly as the various tribes in 
Cowichan say that Governor Douglas 
has no particular objection to their 
killing Indians eo long as they leave 
white men alone— there was a pros- 
pect of an Indian war. 

"Fearing that a war would break 
out. Jean Baptiste, a renowned brave 
and a very old. chief of the Comlakens. 
visited the city (Vic tor Is) to secure 
the mediation of Bishop Demer* as a 
peacemaker. 

"To save the effusion of blood 
among the children of the forest, the 
Bishop about a week ago went up to 
the Indian mission at Cowichan. The 
Quamichan* were asked to visit the 
they came down with a 



Tha Daily Rhtiah 
February, 1883 




force of sixty to seventy braves, all 
armed to the teeth. 

"About a doaen wers sent to ths 
mission whilst the others watched the 
progress of the negotiations from a 
hill, ready for a fight If necessary. 

’"After a long wa-w*’ the Bishop 
succeeded In making a treaty of peace. 
The Quamichan agreed to give forty 
blanket* to Jean Baptist* os an atone- 
ment for killing one of his people. 

"Bishop Demers then ratified the 
treaty; and by doing ao has no doubt 
saved the effusion of blood The In- 
dians tn Cowichan seem to think that 
If the authorities wers to Imprison 
some of the bad Indians occasionally 
it w-ould create a wholesome fear of 
British law. 

“As It is. the only fear they enter- 
tain Is of ths men-o’-warsmen, In ease 
they should kill a white person.” 

If only 40 blankets, or 40,000.000 
blankets were enough to stave off 
wars between civilized nations, most 
people would be willing to aleep under 
a co»t on ths couch for a while. Their 
dreams would be better. However, all 
the world seems ready for a tong 
sleep with no morning -after 



It takes all kinds to make a world. 
Along with the dear friend* and gentle 
hearts we have the fellow who does 
the sound effects for the radio horror 

program. 

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Apropos of the United State* potate 
sat plus, an Ontario writer rommrni 
that ll’a loo had "something rann# 
be done with potato Jalre." Wh* 
make* him think It can’t? 

♦ * * 

The food at home la cheaper tar, 

| [ 

But when you leave the restaurant 

You al*o leave tha duties. 

♦ * * 

tn Detroit motor! it i uho rpUuh wind 
or er p+detlriant are eubfeel to IA 00 g*s 
or M day* Is fad tl isn't enough 
a a a 
OVERTIME 

A Journeyman painter, employed on 
a spot of redecoration in a Bearsden 
home, noticed that the maid was very 
•t ractive, and tried to enter Into a 
flirtation with her. 

She repulsed his advances, but as 
ha was quite a personable young man 
— iu„ ?r*tsd: “If you ear# to corns oul 
and see me this evening— this Is my 
night off m ' 

He Interrupted her “Whall" ho 
said Incredulously, "In ms sin time?” 



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Offered 
Good Market 



*ABT HARTFORD. Conn., Feb 28 
<ntM>r-Ti+ United Aircraft Corp- 
oration exhibited a new Jet engine 
today designed to give military 
plane* more power at high speed 
than the four -engined bomber of 
the World War. 

*n»e new engine, known In 



America as the J-48, la the brain- 
child of engineer* on both aides of 
the Atlantic, at the Pratt A Whitney 
plant in East Hartford, Conn, and 
at Rolls Rnyce, Ltd , of London. 

The British version, called the 
Tsy, is scheduled for installation 
in an experimental Jet transport 
and la being tried on a two-jet 
bomber, the Australian Canberra. 

USED IN FIGHTERS 

On this aide of the Atlantic, the 
J-48 la flying In the navy's Orum- 
man Panther, a carrier - based 
fighter, and in the air force F-D3A, 
a penetration fighter designed for 
bomber escort and long-range mis- 
sions deep into enemy territory. 

In engineer s language, the new 
engine has a rating of 6.250 pounds 
of static thrust at sea level. At a 
speed of about 670 miles per hour, 
one pound of thrust equals about 
two horsepower from a conventional 
piston engine. 

This means that the J-48, flying 
at Jet fighter speeds, can deliver 
about 11.000 horsepower, more than 
the total horsepower of the four 
engines on a wartime B-2J>. Accord- 
ing to Pratt A Whitney, it la the 
most powerful engine now flying In 
this country. 

GIANT BLOWTORCH 

At the Pratt. A Whitney plant, 
newsmen peered through thick plate 
glass windows at J-48 engines 
mounted on teat stands. The engine 
noise In the test room was so loud 
that the engineers spoke to each 
other through microphones which 
amplified their voices. 

One of the engineer* pushed a 
handle that cut In the afterburner. 
The engine roar increased and a 
streak of blue-white flame shot from 
the rear of the test stand. The 
engine looked Uk? a giant blow- 
torch. 

One spectator remarked: 

“Flying that would be tike riding 
a tornado." 



VANCOUVER. Feb. 25 CP).— A 



EUROPE TODAY 



lush domestic market for 80,000 
bulbe Is open to British Columbia 
producers, the Dominion Bulb In- 
spection and Advisory Service here 
said today. 

To meet the demand, British Co- 
lumbia producer* would have to 
more than double their 1949 acreage 
of 452 The bulbs also would have to 
be able to "compete In quantity and 
quality with those obtainable from 
other sources," the Service *ald. 

EQUAL TO IMPORTS 
"We have ample evidence that 
British Columbia bulbs, properly 
grown and handled, are equal In 
quality and considerably earlier 
than most Imported bulbs." , 

It was pointed out that growers 
here were "falling down rather 
badly" in the production of large- 
alze bulbs. 

8tock Improvement, better disease 
and Insect control, and more at- 
tention to cultural methods and soil 
fertility were suggested as ways of 
remedying this. 



By KINGSBURY SMITH 

LONDON. Feb. 25 (INS).— Ameri- 
can Marshall Plan officials are plan- 
ning to bring strong pressure to bear 
on Great Britain to agree to closer 
co-operation In the proposed plan 
for Western European economic 
unity. 

United State* officials want the 
British Government to drop the dual 
price control system on coal exports. 

They also want Britain to agree 
to a more liberal scheme for Inter- 
European payments, especially the 
freer convertablllty of trade bal- 
ances. 

RETARDS PROGRESS 

Britain's past reluctance to agree 
to these measures has slowed down 
progress on the American-sponsored 
plans for Western European 
economic integration. 

It had been hoped that British 
agreement would permit more 
favorable reference to the prospects 
of a liberalised European payment* 
scheme in the second Interim report 
of the organization for ’European 
economic co-operation which was 
adopted Jn Parts early this month. 

However, the British Ijibor Oov- 
eminent Informed American offi- 
cials that no decision could be mode, 
particularly in connection with the 
abandonment of the dual price sys- 
tem. until after the general elec- 
tions. 

Britain's Socialist leaders were 
fearful that any concessions made 
In this respect would be used by the 
Conservatives as political ammuni- 
tion In the campaign. 

HOPE GROMS 

With the elections over, it is hoped 
that some progress can be made 
with the British in respect to both 
the dual price system and the freer 
convertablllty of currencies. 

Some high ranking American offi- 
cials in Europe suspect that the 
fundamental reason for the British 
refusal to participate wholeheart- 
edly In a Western European pay- 
ments union Is Britain's reluctance 
to accept the UR. dollar as the basic 
International currency of the West- 
ern world. 

The Continental countries want 
the Intra-European payments union 
to be based on the right of the mem- 
ber countries to transfer trade bal- 
ances Into dollar*. 

Britain wants the scheme to be 
based on sterling rather than dol- 
lars. with convertablllty of trade 
balances Into dollars strictly limited. 

The British fear that otherwise 
the Continental countries will 



quickly convert their sterling trade 
balances Into dollars, partly because 
they prefer American-made goods 
and partiy because they would like 
to have hard currency. 

HEAVY DRAIN 

In the British view, this procedure 
would cause a heavy drain on Oreat 
Britain's dollar resources as well as 
making It more difficult to sell Brit- 
ish goods In Continental Europe. 

American Marshall Plan officials, 
however, feel that unless the lntra- 
European payments scheme doe* 
proride for freer convertablllty of 
currencies It will prove extremely 
dlffl* *lt to expand trade and bring 
nearer the day when Western 
Europe may become self-supporting. 

The British hare already been 
warned that failure to co-operate 
tn facilitating the development of 
Wet tern European economic unity 
Is going to make It difficult for the 
American Government to persuade 
Congress to allocate the funds which 
are considered essential to the suc- 
cess of the Marshall Plan program. 



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LONDON, Peb. 25 The Ad- 
miralty wants a live dolphin and a 
live porpoise for underwater propul- 
sion experiments but It seems the 
only way it can get them Is to send 
out the navy. 

A small naval "bring- 'em-back- 
alive'* expedition will set out next 
Summer from the Admiralty experi- 
mental station near Portsmouth to 
see if It can catch a couple of these 
hard -to- catch fish. 

If the navy gets them, the dolphin 
and porpoise will be put in Horsea 
Lake at the end of the Portsmouth 
harbor Scientists will watch their 
movements and a series of photo- 
graphs will be taken. 

VALUABLE DATA 

l*»t 8ummer a naval expedition 
went out after dolphin but got only 
one — with a harpoon. It provided 
data which has encouraged naval 
technicians to go further with re- 
aearch into the movement of sub- 
marine-shaped ftsh and the resis- 
tance* set up by their skins. 

Experiments so far have shown 
that a school of dolphin can travel 
at more than 11 knots and even 
then may not be going at top speed. 

The Admiralty wants to know 
more about the dolphin's ability to 
do 11 knots with the equivalent of 
1Y horsepower and the porpoise's 
possible 20 knots with a strength 
equal to 6 4 horsepower. A whale 
has the equivalent of 520 horse- 
power. but the fastest whale can 
only do 20 knots. 



Senate Orders 
Probers to Get 
Loyalty Files 

WASHINGTON, Feb. X*> OP).— A 
“no witch-hunt, no whitewash" In- 
vestigation of alleged Communist 
Infiltration Into the Slate Depart- 
ment was promised tonight by Sen- 
ator Tydinga <D, Md.». 

Tydings was named head of a flve- 
man subcommittee of the Senate 
Foreign Relations Committee to 
undertake an inquiry Into charges 
by Senator McCarthy < R-. Wls.) 
that an unnamed group of Com- 
munists held— or have held— high 
State Department posts. 

McCarthy said he thinks the 
Foreign Relations group picked “a 
good committee" In naming Sen- 
ator* Green <D_, RI>, McMahon 
<D, Conn.), Hlckenlooper <R„ Iowni 
and lodge <R, Mass.) to act with 
Tydings. 

But McCarthy said that If Presi- 
dent Truman sticks by his refusal 
to make State Department em- 
ployees' loyalty file* available, "an 
Investigation will be useless." 

The Senate has ordered the 
Foreign Relations group to sub- 
poena these file*, pointing to a 
possible court test of the President’s 
position. 



t he fascinating trim stiles that make 
Eddy’s the port of call ... and in lovely 
rich hues of Navy Blue. Yes ... in coat, 
in dress, in suit, Navy’s the color, the 
popular shade for Spring. Navy has 
shore leave at Eddy’s, presented in the 
new Spring fashions th.it will take 
Victoria women hv storm. There’s the 
cut, the sty le, the fabric you want, and 
at Eddy’s amazing value-prices 



NEW YORK, Feb. 25 0P).-A 
large-scale coffee stealing racket, 
that authorities say may hart ac- 
counted In part for the recent coffee 
shortage In the United States, has 
been uncovered on the New York 
City waterfront. 

Special police Investigator* said 
81,000.000 worth of unrnasted coffee 
ha* been filched from the docks In 
the last year. 

One salvage merchant was 
arrested yesterday, and other arrests 
were reported Imminent. A squad 
of detective* — some of them mas- 
querading as longshoremen— have 
been working on the case for a year. 

In unloading, coffee was spilled on 
the dock— either deliberately or 
accidentally— and was swept up and 
sold to coffee traders at 40 per cent 
below wholesale, authorities said. 

The spilled coffee cannot be resold 
In the United States. Canada or 
Mexico because of regulations 
against It. but can be sold In other 
countries. 

To cover up the mining coffee 
some public weighers, insurance 



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Sutton place* a wire screen over 
the maze of mousetraps and seta off 
the chain reaction bv dropping a 
single cork on the trigger of one 
trap. 

It flips two cork* upwards against 
the wire screen. They bounce back, 
strike other mousetraps— 

"And that Is a chain reaction," 
Sutton explains. "That first cork 
I drop represents a stray cosmic 
neutron. It sets off other neutrons, 
which, In turn, produce the fission 
In I he atomic bomb " The mouse- 
trap gadget. Incidentally, now is 
being used In hundreds of high 
schools and universities. 

The Colorado- born physicist also 
considers It a great honor that a 
model of the mousetrap atomic 
bomb was actually constructed and 
set up in the United State* Army's 
headquarters in Washington. It was 
used for observation purposes by a 
number of scientists. 

Sutton, a physics teacher since 



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ii “ r *-J*fi n *teln and others. It's done with 
kich non-sclentiflc material as rub- 
lUirf • suu r balls, corks, steel bearings and 
nuse traps. 

8outh’$ IhLs most unusual— and Interesting 
:me a bll :adget Is Jokingly rrferred to by 
t base whverford students as Sutton's 
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16 »ult. whe discovery that resulted In the 
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ppogtDg wits gadget comprises 75 mouse- 
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ronto, plM**d * capacity houae Frt* 
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Church 

Musical hlglipolnl of the evening 
probably wae Uu piano preaenln- 
tum by Evelyn Ttdbury, who 
brought a ertap frtaiiwM Into h#r 
Interpretation of aomr rcatlc** 
mualr by Chopin and Dabuaoy. 

Rachael V. Bogart** Intelligent 
and erneltlve roclUUon of Blake u 
•The little Black Boy" wan an- 
other rewarding Item on the full 
' program 

TWO PIANO* 

The program opened with anme 
I pleasant 



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'Sonata In D 
played by Dorothy Onufb 
and Noel Smith on two piano* 

The two plantaU were beet re- 
ceived at a later point In the pro- 
gram when they returned with an 
Arensky wait*. 

Orovena Ireland Bang *1* aonga 
during the evening In her warm, 
restrained voice, with Mary Wood 
at the piano. One of the beet of 
I the six was Quitter's "Pair House 
I of Joy." 

A ladles' trio composed of Alma 
| WhitUck. Margaret Dixon and 
Beatrice Laaenby. accompanied by 
] Helen Olbaon at the piano, sang 
several particularly cheerful songs, 
Including "A Spring Bong'' and 
“Cornin' Through the Rye," 

The program ended with three 



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OPTOMETRIST 



leaves and worded "Mill Anniver- 
sary of the Surrender of Paarde- 
berg." 

The rake will be rut with a sword 
used bv the Queen's Wr«imlnater 
Rifles In Ihe Great War. The old- 



of U»e Canadian Legion at 7 30 p m 
Highlight of the affair will be the 
cutting of a huge cake especially 
prepared for the occasion. 

The cake measures three feet by 
four feet and Is decorated with gold 



tannin Branch, said moat of the 
270 Boer War veterans expected to 
be present at the affair enlisted In 
the Imperial force*. 

rot'ii si'll vivi 

"To the best of our knowledge 
there are only four survivors of the 
original 26 from Victoria." he said 
Mr. Lees added that he knew of 
only one of these veterans definitely 
counting on attending the ceremony 
to be held at the Britannia Branch 



Of the 26 officers and men who 
left Victoria in October. 1898. as 
the city’s first contingent to Ugh: 
In the South African campaign 
only three or four are expected to 
answer the roll call at the 50th an- 
niversary dinner of the Battle of 
Paardeberg on Monday night. 

H. A. Lees, president of the Pro 
Patria Branch of the Canadian 
Legion, which Is sponsoring the ban- 
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Home Economic* bursary at the 
meeting on Wednesday of Che- 
tnalnu* P.-T A. 

The president. Mrs W Lloyd, an- 
nounced that Ihe school would be 
open for Inspection on March 8. dur- 
ing Education Week, The P.-T.A.. 
under Ihe ronvenershlp of Mrs. T. A 
Coates, will hold a silver tea at that 
time. 

A group of Grade VII and VIII 
pupils, directed by Mr. Al Corletl of 
the teaching stall, presented a pro- 
gram with two seta of square dancea. 
a tap dance by the Grade III pupil*, 
I^rralne Parson*. Colleen Ordano 
and Anita Hemmlngaen; a vocal 
solo by Lorraine Parsons and a piano 
solo by Bnrbara Davis. Arlene Par- 
sons. an older pupil acted .a* ac- 
company L 



THE STANDARD 



f Mr*. H. Plton. Mrs. O. Berard 
was returned as president. Assist- 
ing her on (he executive will be 
Mrs. A Ooode. first vice-president; 
Mrs. B. Wiley, second vice-presi- 
dent. and Mrs. R. Osland. aecretary- 
t re usurer. ' 

Appointed to the Scout group 
committee from the association were 
Mrs. R. Huttan. Mrs. H. Plton and , 
Mrs. A. Hallet. 

Acting on the badge committee ' 
for the next year will be Mrs. A 
Cudllp, Mrs. Bernrri, Mr*. Plton. 
Miss E Miles and MLss A. Taylor. 
Arrangements were made for a court 
whlat party to be held In the 8.L.A A 
Hall. March 10. 

A report of th* year's work <w 
given by the president, and a report 
of the Ouldlng In the community 
was given by Oulde Captain Mrs. 
R. Ruttan. 



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PORT ALBERNI, February 25 — 
Albemt Vnfley Temple No. 28. 
Pythian Bisters, this week presented 

.Sisters E Folkard. Malr End M. Pol- 
lock with pa«t chief s pins In recog- 
nition of their services in the temple 
Th* ceremony was conducted by 
Past Chiefs L- Hockley and T. 
O'Brien. 

Tentative plans w ere made for the 
anniversary banquet which will coin- 
cide with the grand chief 's visit here 
on March 24. 

Committees were drawn for the 
next three months with the follow- 
ing sisters In charge: Btrk. F Little; 
| social. J Anderson; entertainment. 
J. Rowley; press correspondent. M. 
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Sucessful Party 

A successful and enjoyable party 
was held by the Chatelaine Club at 
the Y WCA recently. Games were , 
played *nd refreshments were 
served. 

A new member. Jean Scott, was 
welcomed. Members helping to make 
the evening a succeas were Ellen 
Allan. Thelma Clarke. Pat Colli*. 
Margaret Cooper. Dorothy Decoat a. 
Dorothy Dav's. Dorothy Dempster, 

. Olga Day, Peggy Hall. Eleanor 
Oeoghlgan. Marir Healey, Edythe 



Edward H. McDonald (above) \% expected to be present. along 
with more than 270 other Boer War veterans at banquet mark- 
ing 50th anniversary of surrender of Paardeberg In Britannia 
Branch of Canadian Legion on Monday night. All veterans 
have been requested by chairman J. H. Van Slyke to wear 
medals for occasion. 



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and he doMn't Kt hi* shadow, 
Capn Wiggtly?" 

"Well then. Bosun, the old say- 
ing ho* It that the groundhog or 
beer doesn't get frightened at his 
own shadow and he decide* to sta y 
out of hi* burrow or den. And we 
have only four week* more of 
Winter.” 

“Then. Capn WiggUy. *ir. I'm 
In favor of having no sunshine on 
Thursday so our groundhog friend* 
can't are thetr shadow*. I* there 
any way you can learn If they'll 
come out Thursday to look for their 
shadow. Capn' WiggUy. sir?'' 

"Well. I suppose I could go ask 
Mr. Chuck, the groundhog or 
woodchuck gentleman. He might 
tell me. That'* what I'll do. I'll 
go see Mr. Chuck.'* 

Another knock sounded on the 
door. Nurse Jane opened It and 
said: 

“It's Woodie Chuck the ground- 
hog boy, Uncle WiggUy." 

"He's just in time. Nurse Jane. 
Ask Woodie in." 

And what happened next Ml tell 
you Tuesday if the nail wUI please 
stop standing on Us head ana using 
Us point to tickle the hammer so 
that It sneezes Its handle off. 

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“I'm very well." answered Uncle 
WiggUy. 

"Glad to hear 1L Well, I came 
to ask when yfri are going to start 
on another Voyage aboard your 
amusement raft. sir. When are you. 
Cap'n WiggUy?" 

"Ha! Ha! Ha! Bosun! Ha! Ha! 
Ha!" 

"What are you laughing at, Cap'n 
WiggUy, air? Is my necktie on 
crooked or have I put my left- 
hand boot on the right-hand foot?" 

"Neither, Bosun. You look aU 
right. I was Just laughing to hear 
you ask when I was going to sail 
my raft again. Why. we are right 
In the middle of Winter and Frog 
Pond 1* frozen over." 

“I know Frog Pond Is frozen. 
Cap n WiggUy. But we are well 
along to Winter now. Do you know 
what happens on Thursday. Cap'n 
WiggUy?” 

“Um. Thursday. Cm. Let me 
see!” Uncle WiggUy looked at a 
calendar on the wall and went on: 
"Thursday Is February 2. Tint'* 
Candelmas Day." 

“Right, Cap'n WiggUy. And. ac- 
cording to an old saying, Candle- 
mas Day is at least halfway through 
the Winter.” 

"I remember. Bosun. Candlemas 
Day is also caUed Groundhog Day 
and sometimes Bear Day. There 
Is an old saying that If a ground- 
hog or a bear comes out of his bur- 
row, or den. on Candlemas Day and 
sees his shadow in the sun. he'll go 
back again and stay for six more 
weeks of Winter." 

"Supposing the sun doesn't shine 



UNCLE WIGGILY AND WOODIE 

Once upon a time, as Unde Wig- 
gUy Longears was sitting in his 
hollow stump bungalow, sipping a 
cup of hot sassafras tea, there 
sounded a knock on the door. 

“Um! I wonder who that Is?" 
said Uncle WiggUy. partly to him- 
self and partly to Nurse Jane 
Fuzzy Wuzzy, the muskrat lady 
housekeeper. It was Nurse Jane 
who had brought Uncle WiggUy his 
tea. The knock sounded again. 

“I'll go see who It Is." offered 
Nurse Jane politely. “It couldn't 
be any of the three former bad 
chaps, could It. Uncle WiggUy?" 

“No, Nurse Jane." answered the 
rabbit gentleman. "Poxie. Wolfle 
and Bobble the bobcat, who always 
used to be trying to catch me. have 
slopped being bad and are now 
good friends of mine." 

. "Whit about Eenie the wolver- 
ine?” asked Nurse Jane. 

“Well. I am sorry to say that 
Eenie is still fierce and wild and 
would catch me If ha could. But 
on Saturday. Jelly Bean, that cute, 
fat little pdlg. threw a hard snow- 
ball at Eenie and made the wol- 
verine run away. So I don't believe 
It Is Eenie who Is knocking." 

"Then I’ll open the door.” said 
Nurse Jane and this she did, making 
It squrak Uke a little mouse eating 
a cheese sandwich. “Oh, It's Bosun 
the Jolly old seadog.” said Nurse 
Jane "Come In. Bosun " 

“Avast and belay! Thank you. 
Nurse Jane. How are you. Cap'n 
WiggUy air?" 



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CHAPTER YI— Continued 

Presently the stranger, a catch by 
rr rlf. hoisted a yellow and green 
*g as. from her starboard beam 
jrouted a soft blossom of greyish 
noke. A second gun. It sounded 
tt a heavy culverin. then sent Us 
•P 'rt reverberating across Cayona'* 
ide yellow beach, beyond a tripe 
»* of palm thatch huts, and on 
irnng the vivid green hills beyond. 
Upoiracrag dominating Cayona — 
■*n *nd harbor alike— stood a fort 
nit by the Englishman. Ellas 
r a"s, and his 150 hard-bitten fol- 
*ers. Within its battlement* an 



unhurried activity manifested itself. 

.They were In no vast hurry in 
acknowledging the Free Guilt's sa- 
lute; she was too well known about 
Cayona In particular, and Tortuga 
In general. 

“WeU." grunted the gun captain. 
‘If tills ain't a surprise. *Tls the 
first time in near two years Harry 
Morgan's returned In the same ves- 
sel. Me, I was a-flggerln' this cruise 
'e’d capture hlsself a real ship—" 

His companion, naked save for a 
pair of ragged petticoat breeches, 
shook a sun-scorched head. "Now 
did yer. really? I didn't. Why? 
'Cause Arry Morgan ain't ready to. 
Yer don't find 'lm tyklng Just any 
gallows bait Into 'Is crew. TC s the 
careful one. Is 'Arry Remember, 
Roddy,, when first > made the beach 
here?" The master gunner swung 
over to replenish a charcoal fire kopt 
continually alight for the benefit ol 
those slow matches with which the 
cannon were touched off. 

"Aye. that I do. I was there and 
seen 'lm, that fellow Jackman and 
four men roll out o’ a warped old 
gig. and dimmed nigh to starvation 
they were." 

Out from the disorderly dwellings 
lining Cayona'* crescent - shaped 
beach was spewed an unsavory mas* 
of humanity. "Free Gulft's back!" 
“What's the news?" "Avons-nou* 
gagne?” 

Roused from a month long som- 
nolence. the little settlement shook 
Itself awake. For over a week now 
all Tortuga had been anticipating 
a return of that little armada of 
retaliation launched by the Brethren 
of the Coaat against the Spaniards 
in Hispaniola. Watts, who claimed 
authority under Lleutenant-Oover- 
nor Brayne of Jamaica — although 
he had never been seen to produce 
any documents in support of such 
claim— had granted British colonial 
rommlasion* to sundry French, 
Dutch and English captains as re- 
prisal for a piece of Spanish treach- 

A growl of excitement rippled 
along the beach when Into the Free 
Grulft's longboat tumbled a com- 
pany of about 15 men. Despite the 
earlier Impressions the expedition 
must have been a success. 

In the humid gloom of the guard 
room before the Governor's resi- 
dence. Colonel Chamlett Arundel, 
late of the Royalist Cavalry, fin- 
gered drooping, carefully - curled 
mustaches. 

"Robert!” the Deputy - Governor 
bawled over his shoulder. 

“Yeaslr?" 

“Fetch this rogue Morgan to me 
directly." 

A sense of pleasurable anticipa- 
tion, not unmixed with anxiety, 
seized the Deputy-Governor. 



Of all the buccaneer captains, old 
or young, frequenting Tortuga, only 
Morgan might rightly be mentioned 
In the same breath as Edward 
Mansvelt. that wily and sagacious 
veteran freebooter, privateer and oc- 
casional pirate. 

“Odds blood. Oovernor!" Morgan 
paused a moment, his chunky frame 
quite filling the low atone doorway. 
"I am curs'd glad and honored to 
greet you. A week ago I’d have 
deemed such a privilege most a un- 
likely." 

Arundel extended a liberally ber- 
glned hand. The Deputy-Governor's 
pale green eyes flickered over this 
sturdy, bandy-legged young fellow 
who must be nearing the 25th year 
of his life. 

The two men clasped hands then, 
at Arundel's waved invitation, Mor- 
gan flung himself into an armchair 
and thrust yellow -stockinged legs 
well out before him. 

“Well. Harry, well? Speak up. 
man! It hasn't been easy for us 
here in Cayona gnawing our nails 
and wondering how you made out. 
I esteem you gave the Dons a 
trouncing?" * 

Morgan's prominent black eyes 
hardened and his Jaw went out. 
“Aye. we won a victory of a sort, 
I suppose." 

“Of a sort? You failed of taking 
Santiago?’’ The Deputy-Governor's 
voice quivered. 

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ie had great trouble controlling 
be hand from all sides, and. 
gainst perfect defence, was lurky 
> get off with a two-trlck, S 00 - 
olnt penalty. 

"What was the Idea of bidding 
ver , my three-diamond shutout?" 
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t a diamond contract?” 

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South answered. “I 
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unior Chamber 



Thera are today 29 Junior Cham- 
ber* of Commerce in British Colum- 
bia. and 904 uniu across Canada, 
with a membership of approximately 
76,000 



order that the rule of the majority 
may prevail. 



Young men today are taking a 
more and more active part In the 
affairs of Canada— whether In gov- 
ernment or In community service 
And more and more of these young 
men are drawn from the ranks of 
the Junior Chamber of Commerce. 

Thus recognition to accorded to 
achievement by the Junior Chamber 
of Its two primary objectives: the 
provision of leadership training and 
other self-development activities to 
young men; and helping to Improve 
and develop their community and 
nation. 

It was for these purposes, that the 
Junior Chamber of Commerce wm 
formed. First Canadian unit was 
established In Winnipeg In 1922. ' 

SECOND IN CANADA 

Canadas second unit was set up 
here in Victoria In 1927. Ever since. 
Its members hsve been active In *be 1 
city’s affair*, and have continued 
that active Interest in later years 

Members often hear the question: 
“What U the Junior Chamber of 
Commerce?" The question to best 
answered In these words 

"The Junior Chamber to an organ- 
isation based on the premise that 
there to greater power for worth- 
while accomplishment in unified 
effort than In Individual effort, Its 
distinction to that It to a. nationally 
known and recognized organization 
exclusively for young business and 
professional men. 

YOUNG MEN ONLY 

“Active membership, leadership 
and direction of the Junior Cham- 
ber to confined to men whose agu 



Regional com ant inn will be held 
Msy 22 and 22 at Vernon, and the 
national convention June 19. 20 and 
21 at Vancouver. 



"A Junior Chamber has been de- 
fined as a supplementary educa- 
tional organisation wherein the 
young men of any community *may 
Join together in a friendly spirit to 
Inculcate civic consciousness Inin Its 
membership by means of active par- I 
llclpatlon in constructive projects 
which will improve community, re- 
gion and nation." 

In enrouraglng leadership char- 
acteristics among young men. the 
Junior Chamber claims for all young 
men a right to undertake leader- 
ship responsibilities without being 
compelled to wait for that prestige 
which comes with long residence or 
mature wisdom. Far from being a 
handicap, properly -directed youth 
should be recognised as an asset 

CO-OPERATION 

In all its activities, the Junior ■ 
Chamber emphasises the Import- j 
ance of co-operation. Time after 
time the members, through com- j 
miner -led. drive*, have worked with ( 
I Industry, with the schools, with the i 
| city, for the betterment not of a 
single group but of nil. 

Every year, more Canadians are 
the better for the work of young 
men who believe 

•That the brotherhood of man 
Usnscepds the sovereifnty of na- 
tions; 

“That economic Justice can best 

be won by free men through free 
, enterprise; 

'That government should be of 
laws rather titan of mrtt; 

“That earth's great treasure Ilea 
I in human responsibility: 

"And that service to humanity to 
I the best work of life." 



R ridge Taurnamenl s becoming a 

popular annual event In Victoria, 
and currently rnlerlng the quarter- 
finals In two rounds 



Prises totaling 
$100 have been made >vallabl«. and 
finals and consolation rounds will be 
held March 10 at 7 M p m. at the 
nonunion Hotel. Entries this Year 
totaled 240 



Among the man* members of 
Junior Chamber* aerooa the coun- 
try. at least all a re today miinr* 
of their home cities Others hold 
position as aldermen, counrlllora 
or school trustee* tn thalr com- 
mu ill lies. 



Best Wishes 

VICTORIA 

JUNIOR 

CHAMBER 

OF 

COMMERCE |L 



B.t . Products 9 air: which lr‘e* to 
bring to the people of Victoria as 
many as poaalbl* of the products 
manufactured and produced in title 
province. Last year s third annual 
fair attracted 72 dtoplaya from all 
over British Columbia, aud drew 
23,000 visitors This year chairman- 
treasurer Donald Smith hope* fur 
higher numbers in each bracket. 



Prominent citizen* of Victoria who 
in the past held Junior Chamber 
member -hip Include Mayor Percy E. 
Georgs. Hon. W T. Strallh, William 
Mooney. Thomas Watkins. Thomas 
Little, Thomas Blurgeas. 

* # * 

Prank Goldsworthy to one example 
of a busy "Jayeee At present 
mayor for the second lertn of North 
Vancouver, he to president of the 
Brit toll Columbia section, Junior 
Chamber, past prealdent of the 
North Vancouver unit, past coun- 
cillor for the Lower Mainland, for- 
mer executive member of the Kl- | 
wants Club and. professionally, to 
electrical auperintendent of a major 
shipyard. 

a a a 

The Junior Chamber holds that | 
labor management problems can 
best be solved by complete eo-op- 
rratlon between both parties ; that 
sound employer - employee rela- 
tions make for efficient Industrial 
operation; that a fair day'a work 
for a fair day’s pay la th# respon- 
sibility of both labor and eapital 
alike. 

+ • # 

The Junior Chamber emphasises 
the importance of freedom of op- 
I port unity for th# individual, if Can- 
- ada Is to conttnue a nation strong. 

' free and independent. 

* • * 

Canada's future depends on Its 
| leaders— and the Junior Chamber of 
Commerce train* young men to he 

* leaders. 



JOKHH .WANTON 

President. Victoria Junior Cham- 
ber of Commerce 



Public hpeukln* Group: planning 
weekly class** in public speaking, 
realizing that In order to make 
progress a young man must oa able 
to speak in public and express his 
thought* dearly. 



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Christmas Lighting) Everyone en- , 

Joys the lights and color which are 
an outward demonstration of the 
joy of Tuletlde. so to point up and 
extend thto enjoyiflent this com- 
mittee runs an annual campaign In- 
viting public Inspection of the en- . 
tranta and offering prleea for the 

best. I 

* • • 

Orphanage i'hrtolmaa Party: an- 
other annual event based on the 
Junior Chambers work for fellow- 
ship and for the community, where- , 
by a Christmas party with all the | 
trimmings to given for children In 
i the Protestant Orphanage. 

• • • 

Civic Affairs: « committee whose | 
work during the past year had far- 
reaching effect* and helped to focus 
public attention on the question of 
a city-manager form of government j 
for Victoria. 

As may be recalled a petition 
drafted and circulated by thto com- 
1 mlttre obtained the signatures of 
the 5 per cent of the voters neces- 
sary to compel a derision and action 
by the Crty Council 
In consequence, a by-law was sub- 
mitted to city elector* on December 
g. 1949, and pawed by an over- 
whelming majority 

There are neither all the com- 
mittees nor all th« activities of 
Victoria’s Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce. They may. however, give 
some idea of opportunities for serv- 
ice awaiting any young business and 



Get Out the VoU: on# of the 
Jvinlor Chamber's major acUvluea, 
In the course of which extensive 
publicity to given during civic, pro- 
vincial and federal election* to the 
importance of Individual* voting In 



Asks Driver 
To Display 
Registration 

Drivers were urged yaaterday by 
Sgt Brooka Douglas* of th# city 
police traffic department to moke 
sure to carry their motor vehicle 
registration dips In their car at all 
times. 

Sgt. Douglas* wild traffic office™ 
have found that many motorist* 
are falling to carry the registration 
slip in a reasonably conspicuous 
position on the car. The offence is 
[punishable under the Motor Vehicle 



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IIAKKY HOLME* 

District Councilor for Vancouver 
island and director of Victoria 
unit to. ax Councilor. resjKinxlble for 
welfare and improvement of Junior 
Chamber* on Island and lor opening 
of new club* 



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Police must have Information from 
the registration slip for insurance 
and accident investigation purpoM%. 
the sergeant stated Pallure by the 
motorist to carry the slip mean* 
additional work for law enforce- 
ment officer*, he added. 

Sgt. Douglass said police don’t 
intend to lay charges at present but 
11 the infraction continue*, sum- 
monses will be Mailed. 



These are the present officer* of 
the Vlctona Junior Chamber of 
Commerce, who function under the 
direction of Mayor Trank Oold»- 
worthy. of North Vancouver, presi- 
dent of the British Columbia section 
of the Junior Chamber mid Brent 
Murdoch executive vice-president 
of the national body 
President: Joseph .Wanton 
Directors: Norman Parkins, Harry 
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Japanese Delegation Visits Ottawa 



vps Another $30,000,000 
or Buying * Canadian Wheat 



fiatlq (EolnntBt Victor*, s.c., s««.. Feb. w, itso 



Hitter Cold 
Continues 
On Prairies 



chue of American wheat and wheat 

flour. 

The recovery agency tec May 31 u 
the deadline for completion of the 
contracts for the wheat ahipments. 
It aald deUverte* of the Canadian 
grain must be made by July 31. 
while the American ahlpmenu must 
be made by June 30. 

ECA. official* said the Canadian 
purchases, the first approved in 1950, 
are to enable Britain to meet her 
commitment* under the Interna- 
tiona] wheat agreement 

EXPIRES JIT.Y 31 

The four-year Anglo - Canadian 
wheat agreement, which comes 
within the framework of the newer 
International wheat agreement, ex- 
pires July 31 this year. Under It. 
the United Kingdom undertook to 
purchase 600 000 000 bushels of Ca- 
nadian wheat and wheat nour over 
the four-year period 

The 1175,000,000 of Marshall-Plan 
dollars being granted to Britain In 
this fiscal year covers more than 
half of the $309,000 000 involved In 
Britain's wheat purchases from Can- 
ada In this 19*9-50 crop year. 

ECA. began operating in April. 
19*8. PTom then until August 31. 
19*9. allocations for Canadian wheat 
purchases totaled $30* *83 000 

Total ECA. allotments for off- 
shore purchases in Canada by the 
Marshall-Plan countries stood at 

1 1.027.457 .000 at the end of 1950. The 
biggest purchases were In bread 
grains— $*25,795,800 Others included 

1257.328.000 for non-ferrous metals 
and products $7! J33 000 for pulp 
and paper. $66 750.000 for meats and 
$43 996 000 for lumber and lumber 
products. 



WINNIPEG Peb 25 CP) — The 
Canadian Barley and Oilseeds 
Conference passed a resolution yes- 
terday at Its final .session calling on 
Canadian farmers to Increase flax 
crop* In the comuig year 
The conference recommended 
planting 750.000 to 1,000.000 acres 
this Spring, or more than triple the 
19*9 acreage, Delegates were told 
llie demand lor flax this year likely 
would reduce stock* Jo between 
3 000 000 and 4 000.000 bushels 
Speakers contended the larger 
crop should be produced to assure 
domestic demands and obviate ne- 
cessity of Importation of flaxseed or 
linseed oil 



WINNIPEG. Peb 25 CP> -Bitter 
cold weather continued today on the 
Prairies 

Temperatures fell as low as 40 
below and snow flurries art general 
over central and eastern regions. 
Winds are southeast In Sas- 
katchewan. 

Warm air. which has kept South- 
ern Alberta moderately mild, ts 
brimming to move eastward. 

Winnipeg temperature last night 
wav 28 beluw Regina was 10 below 
and Edmonton 2 below. 



Girl Feared Kisses 
Alter Friends Died 



HELP SCHOOL LACK 

M W DELHI fCP'. — Before long, 
a network of secondary and prim- 
ary schools will be spread over the 
Jsglr arras, which are the most 
harkward districts In Hyderabad 
Of 32 towns, each with a popula- 
tion of 5 600 or more, only three 
hare high schools and IS have 
middle schools. 



DREAM GAMBLER 
WARREN POINT, County 
Down. Ireland tCP». — Racking a 
horse hr dreamed of three nighla 
In a row. Daniel Fltcpatrlck once 
won IIO.fMM <$31 000., bought 
property and never bet on an- 
other horse. He died here re- 
cently. 



expression of constant awareness 
they were living extremely hazar- 
dous live*. 

Dr Stafford -Clark made hla 
morale study during six years a* 
a medical officer with the RAP 
He flew with combat crews to Itarn 
their reaction to the stress of buttle 
and how to help them 

NONE CHERISHED FLIGHTS 

Discussing his morale study, he 
debunked a belief that flying crews 
of the R AP. were "dauntless dare- 
devils. thirsting for action, un- 
deterred by odds." 

"Not one man in 100 looked for- 
ward to an operation with relish.*' 
he said 

He said flyers who seemed reck- 
less probably Jatnded up for excite- 
ment and glamour. They were less 
Intelligent and far less impressive 
in action than the men who coldly 
assessed dangers, admiwed their 
fear, and volunteered In spite of 
It. 



WINNIPEG. Feb 25 CP). — A 
pretty English girl who believed 
her klaa meant death to Royal 
Air Force flyers Is one of the 
strange war stories encountered by 
a 33 -year -old British neuro- 
psvchiatrtM who recently Visited 
Winnipeg 

Dr. David Siafiord-Clark. who 
made a wartime study of the 
morale of the RAP. said the girl 
developed her strange delusion after 
two Air Force boy friends were lost 
in operations. 

The girl, an officer in ihe 
Womens Auxiliary Air Force, 
thought she had Jinxed the two 
men. "She developed a guilt com- 
plex and believed she «>rrled a 
ki&s of death." Dr Stafturd-Clark 
said. 

THREATENED CREW 

Air Force men took such super- 
stitions seriously, he said, and ene 
aircraft captain threatened hi* 
crew members with expulsion if any 



CP Photo. 

Lester B Pearson, Canadas Secretary of Stale lor External All airs, gave luncheon for Japa- 
nese delegation that visited Ottawa this week. Fourteen members or Japanese Diet (Parliament* 
apent two days In Canada s tv ital. Here. Mr. Pearson shakes hands with Takeshi Yamazaki 
Gfefti, chairman of delegation and secretary-general of Democratic Liberal Party Standing at 

right Is Interpreter Matsukata Makoto. 



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I VANCOUVER. Peb 25 *CP>— Arrival 
! of a shipment of low-cost Japaneae- 
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WINNIPEO. Peb. 25 CFi.-Dr. M 
Cham p 11 n. head of the field hus- 
bandry department of the Unlver- 



proportlons of oat*, wild oats and 
weed seed, with specific limits to 
the amount of non-barley material 



manufacturing aaeurtaiRms to ask 



of them went with the rmi 



re-elected chairman of the Canadian 
Barlry and Oilseeds Conference. 

The 180 delegates attending the 
final session also heard changes In 
the grading system for Western 
Canada feed barley auggested by Dr. 
W. E Crampton. professor of nutri- 
tion at MacDonald College. Quebec. 

In criticizing the grading system. 
Dr. Crampton dealt with effects of 
other grains and foreign materials 
allowed In the feed grades on the 
value of the grain as feed. 

• *Tn Canada, what legally la de- 
scribed as barley may be mixed 
grain." he said, "the botanical com- 
position of samples of which may 
vary between or within grades 
without any descriptive indication 
which Is nutritionally enlightening '* 

He suggested a new rlaaaif (ration 
to take care of non-barlev content 
of feed barley where there would 
be different grades for different 



The non-barley content of feed 
grades also was a matter of con- 
cern to J E. MrRiMtie president of 
the Canadian Feed Manufacturers' 
Association, who opposed a recent 
resolution of Alberta Wheat Pool, 
recommending a change in Die 
Canada Grain Act allowing a bigger 
percentage of this material In feed 
grades. 

Mr McRostle. who»e address was 
presented on hi* behalf by H. W. 
King of Winnipeg, awictutlon vice- 
president. recommended closer In- 
spection of barley routed to the 
Lskehead from Wrstem Canada. 



"Airmen really believed theu 
mascot* would carry them through 
flack and air battles and bring 
them safely borne." He .*10 flyers 
wide acceptance of a “primitive 
system of magical ideas" was an 



TURKISH VISITORS 
KARACHI. Pakistan <CP>. — A 
group of *0 Turkish student*, 
arrompanied In their professors, 
are visiting Pakistan on thr Invi- 
tation of thr Government They 
are to visit Important eltle* and 
place* of historic and arrhar- 
ologirnl interest In Western 
Pakistan, 



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OTTAWA. Peb 26 CP*. - Tom 
Green, correspondent tor The Vic- 
toria Colonist, was elected presi- 
dent of the Parliamentary Press 
Gallery at It* annual meeting today. 
He succeeds Chester Bloom of The 
Winnipeg Free Pres^ 

Elected vice-president Was Paul 
Paradis of Le Soldi, Quebec: secre- 
tary. Maurice iXffrles. Windsor 
Star, and treasurer. Robert Need- 
ham. London Free Press 
The new board of directors 
elected wm F«*trr Barclay, Cana- 
dian Pres*; Nornum Campbell, 
Toronto Trlrgrnm Warren Bald- 
win. Toronto Olnbe and Mall; 
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Detroit; and George LangloU. 
Montreal la Prea.se. 



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nf hard, red 8prtng wheat, for dis- 
tribution In Wr*te-n Canada, war 
recommended yesterday by the 
Associate Committee* on Ora In Re- 
aearch. Plant Breeding and Disease* 
at their annual meeting 
' The new -.•arte'f l* partlcUUlv 
•lilted for Manitoba end Eastern 
Saskatchewan due to Its high re- 
awtance to leaf ris*.. he rumm'.ttee* 
reported It »* If** wdapted to 
other pari* tf Saskatchewan and 
Alberta the? sdJrd 
The committee*' teporta came 
after extenalve test* by cereal 
chemist* In Canada the United 
Bute* and Briuln found “Lee. C T. 
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* Dr W P. Thompson, president 
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told delegatea that a prairie regional 
committee of the National Research 
Council had been set up In Western 
Canada to act as a ‘Utile research 
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■hooting wont be permitted In 
Alberta. H was learned today 
Social Credit members of ths 
Tegblatlv" Assembly. meeting In 
caucus earlier this *eek. were re- 
ported to have turned down various 
suggestion* toT p,u, ‘ ng b,rd * nd 
big game hunting regulation* 

M a result, hunting refutation* 
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Top Personalities on Air 
Shun High Life for Farm 

Thia Week's Radio 



Anyone who think* radio sure «m make her second appearance in 
drvote ill their ofl-duty time to a month WKin»>dnv when ,h* 
plBylxv »etiviu»e had better chink al «r* in tlie flontmvtrMal ’Atm* 
***‘ n Karen la” over CJVI at I p n. 

Ihatk tne advice of at taut one The play. Which Dtetrtrh made 
Hollywood preu agent a ho argue* into a aucre.wful movie |* a tale of 
•hat the atara under hi* win* are * vivacious wurnan who went to 
juat farm boys at heart extraortllnaiv length* to protect her 

Night clubs, for Mioipie. run a l °ve 
poor second to show hornet and * * 

pH** rattle for a place in Jack 1 ° ,,,M 1 **# THANH# 

Canon’ll heart SiignifH ance of mem literary 

The radio comic in company with ,rr *“l» In Britain will be dL*cu*aed 
his father likes nothing better than w *4he*day nifhl at 6 M over the 
pottering around at ht* jon-acie Ctr ‘ l “lian Broadcasting Corpora* 
florae and cattle ranch at CaUbosa. Mon 

Calif. Recently Jack has been im- Wrlu ’' u " d * r Ptae»MkU»» will in- 
portlng foreign bull* Ih hopes of ' ,Urtr Waugh Orahame 

breeding a better grade of beef for Hr,,rT 0r **» 

uie American market Joy< * <*** ° nr9il 

AND AMU HI K LA.VHE I NItfl » 

Another celebrity who prefer* the A* a radio star, l4»le la unique 
rural chore to the gay city life u> among dng* 

Harold Peary, better known aa "The Bui hi* domestic affair* can be 
Oreat Olldenieeve ’’ , Just as troubling ax tlioae bothering 

“Ollden-leeve'' L* pretty proud of *ny other dog 
his several Alameda County dairy For L**sle Is allrrgir to ju-‘t about 

ranches that hare been In hi* anything but nu favorite food 

family for generation* Refrigerated an<1 lh * *'* , *r from hl * home lawn 
f rull* and vegetable* from hla farm ** ■ *v«7 time the gifted 

find their way into almost every P 000 * 1 leaves home, hla trainer has 

market centre on the continent ** ck » ,on * Wtona of hla dog 

•Lwn" and Abner" are two more tf «* aJ,d K“ Uo, ‘" of drtl,k ‘«* water 
air start who would rather reap ; r " ni ,hHr hon * ,n N *” Nl,TS - C»H- 
cat* than aow them. on,lft 

Abner" -Norris Ooff. U a big TOWN or Wce.R 

bean and barley man with exten- 
sive holdings on the Sacramento f ' ort Albemi ha* been choMtn 
River. In 1940 he achieved rural 
fame when hU barley was fudged 
the finest grown in California and 
wholesale buyer* bought the crop 
for the highest price ever recorded 
in the tut*. 

■‘Abner's" country cousin. •*Lum, M 
or Chet I.aurk own.-, one of the 

Largest rancJtfe, in the WtM covering 
*..me 300.000 acre* at Blue Diamond 
Nevada, near I.** Vegas 
Mc*l of lauck'a land b glaring 
but sections have been planted in 
fruit and vegetables and one shady, 
cool, .spring -dot ted plot has been 
converted to a boys' dude ranch 
that is visited by some .Too young- 
ster* a year 

FOR MlbH LOVERS 
Music lover* will have a chance 
to hear at»m* lesser known works 
over the radio this week 

At noon today, leonard Bernstein, 
one of Americas most brilliant 
young conductors, will direct the 
New York Philharmonic Orchestra 
in a performance of his own "Age 
of A rudely," a symphony for piano 
end orchestra Lukas Foss will be 



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LADYSMITH r*b 3ft. -Hie City 
Council endorsed findings of the 
labor relation* committee presented 
Provision 



by Aid. Joseph Morris 
will be made for a fla* rate of 
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IMPORTANT NOTICE 



— Cntonm Pkato 

With Vlcioria Public Library now settled in temporary quarters at Fori and Quadra Streets, 
workmen have started demolition of rear secton of library building Huge block* of masonry, 
bricks and wood from lop «er tton of building are slid to ground down wooden ramps built 
for purpose. Borne time next Winter library is expected to be moved back Into new quarters. 
Blrley, Wade fe Stockdlll are architects for addition to building. 



RHEUMATISM 

FUi DOCTOR S I00KIIT 

JERSEY CITY. V 1A — An in term 
ing booklet hai iutt been published no 
Rhrumstiwn and Arthntiv containing 
reliable infortnaitoe na diet, bathing, 
aaeriitc. heat therapy and treatawm. Tt 
will be sent FRfcfc to any sufferer writ- 
ing Educational Divukm, I>apt. a m 
lai Bergen Avanu*. Jerwy Gty, N. I., 
U.S.A. Aik for a free copy of this bonk- 
let oo Rhcumauim. • 



Poison Ivy Inoculations 
Said Not Worth Effort 



studies claiming effectiveness of 
Inoculation have not been made on 
sufficient numbers, or under con- 
ditions which insured exposure lo 
the poison Ivy. 



Our New Showroom, Office and Cylinder 
Storage Plant is Now Located at — 

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WASHINGTON, FVb J& . NANAI. 
- The twie nf me unlucky Govern- 
ment worker with seven wives haa 
ju*t been concluded — with an 
audible algh of relief— by the United 
Slate* Employee*' Compcmatlon 
Appeals Board. 

When the employee died from in- 
juries suffered on the job. ihe board 
was faced with determining just 
which one of the seven spouse* w»* 
entitled to compensation benefit*. 

It seems the employee had mar- 
ried seven women without bothering 
to get any divorce* along the way. 

Several of the widow* filed claim* 
to receive the compensation, but 
lifter Inhg. drawn-out litigation, the 
claims were dented 

Ironically enough, the wife Ihe 
board Anally decided wax entitled 
to the compensation benefits never 
did file her claim. It «eem* she 
found herself another hu*hand and 
waent Interested In getting any 
compensation benefit*. 



NANAIMO. Feb Sft — Nanaimo 
Red Crosv fkwletr I* ready for tl*e 
annual appeal which open* In 
March. R«-d Cmm Sunday will be 
observed thl* week 
Officer* of Ihe society here who 
will direct the drive are: J. C. 
Buckle president: Mrs. L. J Peake, 
vice-president: J C Swan, vecre- 
tary; Mrs R Conroy. trra*urer; 
everuUve. George Reneell. H K 
Martin. J. Fdae-P«rHng*on. James 
Curran. J S Bpurr. Dr J H Chat- 
away, Mina E F Bmwn Mrr D. 
MeKenxir. Mrs D Burnlp and Ml** 
P. Johnson. 



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Tua. day at 10:30 p.m the 
Tuvunto Syinplmtiy Orechfatra will 
U?VOtt* il* Inll pnigmin over C J V I 
lo a performance of Ouatav Mai, lei * 
unuMial “Tlie Bong of tlie Earth." 

Known a* the ‘>ympliotiy of 
guiiga," live work wa.^ WTltteti for 
wiThrMra and twu *ok» voice*. It 
•oil’,^u of ai» xymphontc xong?. 
tui.splred by JOotMear-old Chinese 
p- 'iiui each of winch reflects a 
•if ferret axpect of tlie composer* 
a|)int- 

6ir Krnerl MacMillan will con- 
duct. Two Metropolitan Opeia 
■ingera, conlnUto Herts Olat and 
tenor Brian BuUivan «UI *ing the 
solos. 

Next Saturday Verdi* rnelrMIc 
"Rigoletto" will be presented on the 
Metropolitan Opera bio*dcaat 
Featured will be Jan Peeree. 
1 eonard Warren, Patricia Mururl 
and Nlcol* Muacotiu 

TKtATRC Ml' HONORS 
Hunora art aUll ..raping Up on 
the powerful "NBC Theatre 

Latest wm« a twin award from tlie 
California Association for Bettor 
Radio and Television, which voted 
the drama Uaatlon tlie mu t out- 
•tandlflf radio program of the year 
at well a* the most outAtanding 
radio drama of :oral origin 
The Well-known adaptation* of 
famous works of fir lion during the 
past year have already won Peabody 
Awards, and honor* from the In- 
stitution for Education bv Radio 
and the National Council of Fjig- 
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LADYSMITH Feb » - Jame.- 
Tliomaa. 21. Ladjxmlih. la progress- 
ing favorably In Ijidvamlih General 
Hospital, following an accident at 
the Comox Logging Co . Ltd . boom- 
ing ground? here. Thomas caught 
the toe ot hta b(«ot In a wooden 
rro**plece on the boom and fell, 
breaking hla left leg above the ankle 



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broadcasts. *iepa out of hla tlshl- 
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or a rletmi* erlmlrai when he star* 
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•'CTlmff Do*a Not Fa?" wrtea over 
CJVT TUeadev night at I Jd 
• * • 
lit N AA WORK 

Bob Hawk. !e*»-Ulklng Columbia 
quit man U finding that hi* pro- 
posed five- week honeymoon la gt*»ng 
to m*»r a lot of adv uire radio 
work. 

He will be marrying Marv Rech- 
ner. MWCutlve a**l*Uni of Dure 
Schary, M-O-M production chief, 
•a soon aa he can aaaur* «he Colum- 
bia Broadcasting Company fha* he 
has enough recorded prorrama piled 
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r> "Ul«rly *» *he Hme he K *w*y 

He’s been worklne dmible.tlme 
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ahead. 

M ARI.F.NE TO AC T 

Marlene Dietrich, much nouvht 
Mil Seldom Iteard on radio. 



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cAlberta Oil JSeivi 



»r C. o. nic Ki r 

R)o Bravo Oil Co. Limited. Weal- 
•rn Canadian operating unit of 
Superior Oil Co. of California, haa 
made some Important appointment 
»nd proniltions to ita personnel In 
Alberta, to better handle lu ex- 
paneling operatic, in in that province 
and In neighboring Saskatchewan 
and Manitoba. 

Recent and new appointments in- 
clude: At Calgary, N. W. Nichols, 
vice-president in charge of explora- 
tion; B C. Jones, chief geologist; J. 
W. Pyle, assistant secretary and 
chlel accountant; D M MacDonald, 
land department repivsentativt At 
Edmonton: E. R Barnett, vice- 
president In charge of drilling and 
production. R b. Lawson, chief 
land man; D. C. L Jonee. head of 
leaal department; H E Shell, seis- 
mic supervisor, and Dun Bohannon, 
petroleum engineer. At Regina: R 
C Bchraeder. district land man for 
Haakatchewan and Manitoba, and 
J. W. Potter, geologist 

The company has Its head office 
and geological exploration depart- 
ment in Calgary. Production, drill- 
ing and land department* are 



Batlq tLolunifll 1.C, Wm-, Feb w. mo 



11 



THERE OUGHT A BE A LAW! 



By Fagalv and Shorten 



located In Edmonton At Regina, the 
company has established a district 
land and geological office to facil- 
itate handling the Saskatchewan 
and Manitoba operations. A district 
geological office will be established 
in Edmonton early in March, staffed 
by Canadian geologlats. A J. Bev- 
eridge and K. E. Jackaon 
EARLY ENTRY 

Rio Bravo la one of the earlier 
American entries Into Alberta, hav- 
ing started geological work in June. 
1MI, In March. IMS. the company 
launched an Alberta geophysical 
program, followed by commencw- 
nient of drilling program In Sep- 
tember 1049 

TucflR the program means Jobs for 
1T0 persons. Including 180 direct em- 
ployees of the company and 40 em- 
ployees of contractors working for 
Rio Bravo. TO a greater or leaser 
degree. ]obs have been created for 
thousands of other* through the 
programs of some IkO other Amer- 
ican and Canadian oil firms active 
In Alberta and ether Western prov- 
inces, and the numerous service and 
supply companies built around the 
oil Industry. 



Peace in Europe During 1950 
Seen by Former French Premier 



lf«u Remaaf. rrtnrb Prtmltr In lh* 
r ; rl » Of Tli» World Wor bvlitm 

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bu; m»i no sbouinont of in* Iui-WmI 
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By PAUL REYNAUD 
Fortner French Premier 

Written Ki»r»»»!r far In tarnation*! 

W*w* game* 

PARIS. Jan. M ( I NR K- There will 
be no war In 1M0 unless Ruasla 
attacks Yugoslavia. I do not believe 

Russia will do bo. 

Instead. I think she will try to 
weaken Yugoslavia by raising, arm- 
ing and financing guerrillas who 
will serk refuge In Bulgaria and 
Hungary. 

COLD WAR QUERIES 
Many persons are asking w hether | 
the cold war will be Intensified. And 
whether there is any possibility of ' 
Its relaxation by the two bloc*. 

I do not see any sign which might 
forecast a further easing to tension. 

In the Pnr East, since China has 
been overwhelmed by Communism, 
the question Is n<»w whether the ltd 
rinsed by Prance In Indo-Chlna will 
Slav shut or fly open 

one should not forget that If i 
Prance's enemy i Indo-Chinese Na- 
tionalist leader i llo Chi Mlnh. La 
indifferent to the fart that Prance 
has granted Independence to Viet 
Nam fin tha Eastern part of Indo 
China! It is because he Is a former 
pupil of Moscow's anti-colonial 
school 

He Is playtng a mle for the 
development of Communism 
throughout the Par East. 

ONE MAJOR FACT 
To support the Asiatic countries 
which are restating Communism, the 
Western democracies should first 
understand one outstanding fart: 
Despite devastations of The World 
War, despite human losses more Im- 
portant than those of her Anglo- 
Saxon alllea. Prance is fighting 
Communism In Indo-Chlna and 
thereby Is fighting for the common 
cause of the Western democracies. 

When this fact Is understood. I 
do not doubt that the democracies 
will draw all the necensary con- 



As for the Marshall Plan deadline 
in 1DM: 

Prance, beginning right now, 
should lower her prtoaa and In- 
crease both her production and 
productivity. 

UNPOPULAR MEAtURKl 

To that end, she must, If neces- 
sary, take unpopular measures, for 
It Is a matter of major Interest 
which concerns the French working 
class as much, even more than other 
groups. 

But I do not think the present 
National Assembly as It Is now con- 
stituted la politically capable of 
making this and other necessary 
reforms, especially the supresalon of 
abuses existing In the direction of 
naMnnaltaed Industrie* 

Under the terms of our constitu- 
tion. the holding of any premature 
national elections can be decided 
only by the National Assembly a 
free will. 

It Is highly probable the Ashcmbly 
would resort to this only In the 
event that It proved Impossible to 
form a Government. 

Tt Is because the Assembly desires, 
to avoid such a drastic surgical 
operation that It haa Just given a 
alight majority to Premier Bidsult’s 
Government. 



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i Today Rio Bravo lias a ataks in 

3.453.000 acie* in the Prairie Prov- 
inces. Including 1.4SO.OOU acre* of 
Crowu. C.P.R. and fraehold rights in 

| Alberta. 175.000 acres of C P R. . nd 
freehold lands In Saskatchewan, and 

300.000 acres of freehold rights in 
Southwest Manitoba 

ONLY IN ALBERTA 

Currant exploratory work, ex- 
cepting geological study. Is confined 
to Alberta. Here Rio Bravo has a 
four geophysical party and two 
drilling rig program under way, all 
in South-Central and Central Al- 
berta. Three seismograph parties 
are working, two company and on* 
i contract crews, out of Btettler. Pro- 
vost and Edmonton. One contract 
gravltymeter crew Is working out of 
, Coronation 

On* company drilling rig is work- 
ing on a deep Devonian test near 
Halkirk, not far from the Initial Rio 
Bravo wildcat which was unpro- 
I ductlve but encou. aging geologically. 
A contract drilling rig la working at 
j Excelsior, where Rio Bravo brought 
In Its first Alberta oil well a few 
weeks ago. Is now completing Ita 
second well with oil success In- 
dicated In D3 Devonian aone. and 
where a third location has been 
picked for Immediate drilling, 

NEW WILDCAT 

A new wildcat well was started In 
northwest Alberta this week, and 
behind the start la an Interesting 
story. The Hudsons Bor OH A Oas 
Company and Union OH of Cali- 
fornia team and Imperial Oil 
Limited took up adjoining Crown 
exploration reservations In the 
Tangent area, southwest of Pears 
River town. Working Independently, 
the two groups located with their 
seismographs a favorable anomaly 
that might prove productlva of oil 
or gas The anomaly was In an 
area covered by a part of each 
reservation. Tb prove or disprove 
the feature a well had to be drilled. 
As separate reservations, requiring 
the leaving of a mile wide corridor 
of Crown reserve between on 
conversion lease, both group* .stood 
to lose to the government the 
cream of the potential oilfield. 

Hudson’s Bay-Union and Imperial 
got together. approached the 
Alberta Government and secured 
approval of a pooling arrangement 
similar to that previously approved 
for the Kathleen area adkilnlng 
reservations nr Imperial and t >•* 
Roxallle- Anchor group, some 30 
miles to the southeast, where 
IrnperlAl-Kslhleen wildcat u now 
drilling. 

RIMPLP. DEAL 

The deal Is simple. Nine section* 
of Crown lands the maximum 
single lease block which the govern- 
ment will grant- were drawn fmm 
holdings of both groups on the 
Tangent project Tills will be 
bounded by a mile wide corridor of 
Crown reserve. Each group will own 
the portion of the lease block 
drawn from Its reservation area 

Imperial Oil Is drilling the test 
well. Imperial -Tangent No. I. on 
Its side of the shared land block. 
Hudson's Bay - Union have no 







j Interest In Hie well, but arv contn- 
j buting a slaeabie part of Its coat In 
j order to prove or disprove their 
laud. This Spring the two groups 
I who found the same anomaly will 
1 get their attswer They and the 
Alberta Government will share 
either a bonansa or a big dla- 
! appointment. 

ELEVEN WELL* 

Ten wells were completed tn 
Albert* and one in British Columbia 
j during the past week, boosting total 
I number of completions for this year 
to seventy-alx in Alberta and two 
I in British Columbia Btx of this 
i week's completions were successful 
oil wells, one gas discovery and four 
' failed to find oil or gas production. 

At Red water, three oil well* were 
I placed on production, two by 
| Imperial Oil Limlied. raising Its 
total number of producers to 122. 
and one by Ohm OH Company, its 
second producer 

At L-dur- Wood bend. tl*e Humr- 
• Anglo-C. A - E. team placed two 
more Wood bend oil wells on pro- 
duction from the D3 xone. to give It 
fifteen producers in that field. 

! Leduc Calinar Oil* Limited and a 
I team of five other Canadian Indc- 
! pendents received their Initial oil 
. success In the southeast leduc 
I extension area R Vf Development 
i Company of Calgary failed at Its 
| extension effort on the northeast 
| fringe of the leduc field 

GAN WELLS CAPPED 
The A. G Bailey Company A 
Associates rated a substantial 
natural gas discovery at the Spedden 
wildcat tn central Alberta- The well, 
about 75 miles east -northeast of 
Edmonton, has been capped pending 
a market for Its product. 

Leduc Calmar Oils Limited (ailed 
to find production at It* excelsior 
step out test, while the Maior Olla- 
Omnltrans OWa team also failed at 
Its Taber extension effort. 

On Graham Island. In British 
Columbia. Rnyallte Oil Cnmpanv of 
Calgary completed and abandoned 
the Queen Charlotte wtldrat venture 



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expenses continue ! 

Let** Talk This Over 



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307 Jonea Bldg., Victoria 
Phone E 4136 





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Relatives and friends chat with patients from the D.V.A. Hospital in the comfortable lounge 
of the Red Cross Lodge. Mrs. H. L. Butteris. volunteer worker, seated, is on duty at the Lodge, 
and in the background, two other volunteer workers. Mrs. Ida Funk, right, and Mrs. P. Fcvang. 

stand ready to help. 



Mrs. M. O'Flynn, a volunteer worker, stands outside the Red Cross Lodge 

ready to greet visitors. 



March 1 is the opening date for the annual America-wide drive 
for funds for the Red Cross. In Victoria, preparations are well 
forward to raise the minimum objective of $65,000. 
This is a particularly important year for Victoria, as it is the 
50 th anniversary of the opening of the first branch of the 

society in the ary. 

— Colonist photos by Bud Kinsman. 



Volunteer workers gel ready to organize canvassing and other details of the campaign. From left to 
right Mr. Bill Munro, chairman of the Industrial Commercial Division; Mrs. D. Gilroy. Miss M. I. 
Curry. Mrs. G. D. Ldwards and Miss Gladys Irving. Mr. L. Heybroek. co-chairman with David 
McMillan of the campaign, is pictured in the background. 



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Mr. T. Davidson, a patient at the D.V.A. Hospital, finds it convenient to buy cigarettes from 
, Mrs. W. C- Hudson at the Red Cross Lodge. 















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Oailn dulumat Victoria, B.C., Su*., Feb. 26, 1956 



Leaving for Europe on Saturday 



Plan Late Afternoon 



Return to Make Home in Victoria 



Parties in March 



I Socisl and Personal- 1 

Han. Herbert Anaeomb. Minister of Finance. and Mr*. 
Aiucomb will entertain at their Newport Avenue home at a late 
afternoon party on Tuesday. March 1, and a«aln on Tuesday, 
March 14. 



To Visit in Montreal 

Mr and Mr* D. H. Seymour. 325® Quadra 8treet. leave today 
for Montreal where they will spend a few week* 1 holiday. 



Will Be Christened Today 



The five-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs K. P Chalmer 
will receive the names Sandra Louise when ahe la christened In 
St. Oeorge'a Church. Cadboro Bay. this morning at 11:30. Rev 
William Hills will officiate. The baby’s godparents will be her aunt. 
Miss E Wakelyn. and Mr. and Mrs. H. Carbery. For the occasion 
the baby will wear a christening gown which had been worn by 
her grandfather and made In England about 130 years ago. 
Following the christening. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wakelyn, Cadboro 
Hay, the baby’s grandparents, will entertain at a luncheon. 



Mrs. Robert A. Wootton entertained the Junior and senior 
groups of 6l. Mary’s A.Y.P. at her home, 1155 Victoria Avenue, 
recently. After a discussion between the two groups, the hostess 
served refreshments. Alan Harms ton, president of the senior 
group, and Anna Norman, president of the Junior group, thanked 
Mrs Wootton on behalf of the other members for the delightful 
evening. 



-Cetanui rtp 

Dr and Mrs David Boyd recently arrived In the city from Toronto with their two attract!' 
daughters, Robin, aged four years, and Lindsay, five months Dr. Buyd h;u bten a* ay trt 
Victoria for about ten years and for the past two years he has been studying at the H >ipH 
for 81ck Children In Toronto. Dr. and Mrs Boyd are pictured with their children at Iht 

home at 644 Beach Drive. f? 



The wives of the ministers of the city’s churches were guests 
at a tea given by Mrs. O R Easter at her home on Hollywood 
Crescent following the Day of Prayer service Friday afternoon. 
Bpring flower* and green tapers centred the tea table, presided 
over by Mr*. E. T. Kenny. Mrs. C. R. McGillivray assisted the 
hostess, while Mrs. W. L. McKay. Mr*. J. C A Harlan, Mrs. E. S. 
Glasgow acted as »ervlteurs. Mrs. George Biddle Invited the guests 
to the dining-room and Mrs. W. RatelliTe and Mrs Robert Willis 
were welcomed a.« newcomers to the city. To facilitate the getting 
together again s committee composed of Mrs A. E Whltehouse, 
Mrs G. R. Easter, Mrs. C. J. Mllley and Mrs. W. R Ashford was 
suggested. 



progress and all entries must b* 
bv March 15 Contestants at* 
quest ad to apply tor rules aod 
hum* lion at the Welfare House. i 
Pandora Avenue, to wiiii h ed< 
all entries should tie delivered 
the conical belore the above jjJu' 



Plans fur further projects were dis- 
cussed including a gala garden party 
and children's fair to be held in 
June. 

The imtiun-wlde and lucal putter 
contest being sponsored b> the Vio- 
torlan Order of Nurse* la now ui 



Sponsor 

Poster 

Contest 



The February meeting of the 
Junior Victorian Order of Nun**, 
vat held at the hums of Mrs. labile 
Prttsch. Byng Street, on Tuesday 
evening with 23 members being 
present. 

A new member. Mrs Betty Potts 
was welcomed by the president, Mrs. 
C Usher, following which, Mrs. A. 
Reynolds gave a report on the re- 
cent dog show held at tha Crystal 
Garden, which netted a substantial 

amount 

A Spring tea u being arranged 
by the members to lie held In the 
Hudson's Bav Douglas Room, a def- 
inite dale to be announced later. 



Thursday evening. Mrs. A. Bury entertained at a delightful 
party at her home, 553 St Patrick Street. In compliment to Miss 
Margaret Elizabeth McAllister who Is to be married next month. 
Miss McAllister received a corsage of Talisman roses, while her 
mother had pink carnations and hyacinths. Later, on behalf of 
the assembled guests, a gift was presented to the bride-elect. 
Games and contests were played, the prize winners being Mrs. 
B. Davis and Mrs R Oreen. A buffet supper was served later by 
the hostess. The guests included Mrs. S. McAllister. Mrs. E. T. 
Thomson. Mrs R Oreen. Mr* R. Goddard. Mrs. B. Davis, Mrs E. 
Casey, Mrs. M. A. Bury and Misses Beverley Green, M. Price. E. 
Ntersen and E. Thomson. 



1847 ROGERS BROS 

CANADA S FINEST SHVERPLATi 

As Illustrated From Top ^ . . 

• REMEMBRANCE 

• ADORATION 

• FIRST LOVE 

• ETERNALLY YOURS 



— ColonUt Photo. 

An exciting trip abroad Is In store for Miss Shirley Wallace when she leaves the city next 
Saturday en route to New York to board the Queen Elizabeth bound for England. She will 
be accompanied by her parents. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Walluce, and later In April her brother, 
Mr. Btuart Wallace, will Join his family In France where they Intend to visit for about two 
months. They will return to England prior to sailing for home on June 2 



Russian Foreign Trade Subject 
Of Address to Businesswomen 



SERVICE FOR 6 AS LOW AS 



Mrs Henry Brace will leave this week for Yorkton, Saskatchewan, 
to attend the marriage of her only ton, Constable W H. M. Brace, 
R.CM.P., Weatlock. Alberta, which will take place In Yorkton on 
March 8. Mrs. Brace will visit in Edmonton and Calgary before 
returning to Victoria. 



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NOW AVAILABLE 



sumlng there was no war," If Uie 
problem to worked out and under- 
standing gained, the Pacific North- 
west Is Ui a good position to main- 
tain a lively trede with Russia, he 
said. 

MUe Jane Hall, chairman of the 
International committee. Introduced 
the speaker and Mrs. C. Lord, past 
president of the club, gave the vote 
of thanks. 

Miss Marjorie Press, president, 
was In the chair and introduced the 
guest* at the head table, who In- 
cluded Acting Mayor D. D Me- 
Tavlsh, who brought greetings from 
the city; Mr* MrTavuh. Mr Paul 
Meyer, American consul. Mrs. 
Meyer; Mrs Nancy Hodges, M-L A.; 
Col. end Mrs C. W Dcvey; Mis* 
Margaret Clay, past president of 
the International Fed* ration: Mrs 
Margaret Campbell of Vancouver, 
second vice- president of Interna- 
tional Federation; Mua Minnie 
Beveridge, provincial president, and 
Mr Paul Salgo of London, England. 

Tlir program included songs by 
Mr. Sidney J. Chlvernll. who wa* 
accompanied by Mr* Chlverall 

Representatives from Hemtte 
port Angeles. Orcas Island and 
Vancouver club* were preteql. 



Mon* in the United States. Mr. Ware ( 
stated, were directed by the voice 
or the people of tha country and 
also to show the Russian* that un- 
less they stuck to the rule*, the 
game was nut going to be played. 
Formerly any United States patent 
could be nhi«lni-d tor a nominal 
fee by anyone but no one ha* access 
to Ruslan patents, he cited, os one 
example. 

He said that the best way to deal 
with the Russian* was to assure 
them that "we mean what we say 
and don't Intend Ui be stepped on." 
They have a great tespi ct for people 
who stand their ground and are apt 
to take kindness as a sign of weyk- 
new., he added. 

The Russian people know very 
little of what goes on In the 
capita list countries, they are told 
nothing good, only the worst 
aspects, end if they don't believe 
it are given the Idea that It would 
be wiser to keep quirt. They can 
hardly be expected to underatand us 
under tlicae circumstances, he said, 
but perhaps we cun understand 
their attitude a little better, and in 
some way find It possible to get It 
across Ilia l wr are not to be feared. 

There U such a high tariff on 
gl/t parcels that such parcels are a 
rarity, the reason being that Soviet 
official* do not thlitk It wtoe to let 
the dtlaem have extras because they 
have relatives abroad. 

Mr Ware spoke of the close co- 
operation between private indus- 
trialists and Importers with the 
; United States Government when re- 
strictions were Imposed, cresting a 
situation that the Ruastana never 
deemed possible On the other aide. 
Russia Is still sending manganese 
and chrome to Che United bute.v 
material* vital to the steel Industry, 
althuugh the Rusalan people know 
nothing and could do nothing about 
it If they did 

Summing up and In hto own 
words, "hoping for Ihe beet and as- 



**We do have a common cause 
with every country now— the A-bomb 
and the H-bomb are the very best 
reasons for trying to get along with 
others, and no country can gain 
anything by war." Mr. Henry H 
Ware said In his address on "ftua- 
Man Foreign Trade'' following the 
International night dinner of the 
Victoria Buhinese and Professional 
Women's Club last evening In the 
Empress Hotel grUl room. 

Mr. Ware spent five years In Rus- 
sia studying the language and at 
tlie National Institute of Economy. 
He acted as an Interpreter at the 
Yalta conference and untU two 
months ago curing which time he 
hoe been lecturing »t the Unlver- 
klty of Washington h»- was wtth the 
Department of Commerce at Wash- 
ington. D C. 

Hussion Foreign Trade Is operated 
by a monnply under direct rrdftrol 
from' the Kremlin and every im- 
port and export made has some 
political implication, he staled. 

NOT ISOLATION 

The Soviet Union* expansion 
Industrially was not ■ move to Iso- 
late herself, Mr Ware explained, 
bgt quite the opposite. The Russians 
fully realise ihe power of economic 
domination, and the Soviet u try- 
ing to put heraelf in a poaiUno in- 
dependent of oilier countries and 
at the tame time to build up trade 
in the Orient and make these 
countries depend on her. hr said 

Export* from the Soviet were 
made primarily to gain purchasing 
power to Import heavy machinery 
and other equipment from the 
United States This was, he stated, 
a greet advantage, saving effort and 
expense In gaining techni logical 
knowledge 

The tightening of export reatrlc- 



Engasements 



EASY TERMS AT NO EXTRA COST 



Mr. H J Welch. M.L.A. for Comox, and Mr*. Welch entertained 
at the tea hour at Olde England Inn yesterday afternoon, when 
their guests Included Mr. A. D. Turnbull. M L A. for Ronsland-Trall, 
and Mrs. Turnbull, and Mr A. B. Ritchie, M L A. for Salmon Arm, 
and Mrs. Ritchie 



Mrs. A E Keeping of Calgary 
Alla , announces the engagement of 
her only daughter. Ethel Aaa. RN.. 
to Mr James DennLston. only sun of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Dennigtaa 
of 510 Admirals Road. Esquimau 
The wedding will take place on 
Saturday evening, March II. In the 
E-upilmalt Untied Church with Rev 
James Hood offlrtstlng. 



1317 DOUGLAS 



JEWELLERS 



Mrs. Margaret Crewman, who hux been visiting her son, Mr. 
Wilson Crewman. who attend* 8t. Martin a College, Olympia. Wash , 
and also in Vancouver with her daughter, Mias Audrey Crntuunan, 
a student at the Unlverally of Brltiah Columbia, haa returned to 
her home. 2611 Asquith Street. 



For Spring BRIDES 



Thr engagement U announced of 
Ml . Ruth Wilson, 1526 Richmond 
Avenue, daughter of the late Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry Otiarle* Wilson, 
Newcastle-on -Tyne England and 
Ian Lawrence Llewellyn, vm of Mr. 
and Mrs Wilfrid L Llewellyn. 1140 
Pandora Avenue. 



Elderly Folk 
Make Appeal 



LADYSMITH, Feb 25. - The 
Junior W A of First United Church 
realized mure then *00 at their 
Snowdrop Tea and aale of home 
cooking held in St. John’* Parish 
Hull Thursday afternoon 
President Mrs. Angus Johnston 
was grnrral convener. 

A nf>ver~BTi angement uf snow- 
drop/ and chrynahthemum* on 



At a meeting of Uie Scalar CIU- 
rrna' Campaign Council held recent- 
ly at the City HaU with l4 delegate* 
present, It wo* reported that a reso- 
lution tuid been sent from the 
council to the Minister of Health and 
Welfare regarding Pensioner* and 
elderly people who are discharged 
frnm hospital unable to care for 
themselves, and also asking for the 
Hospital Insurance Act to he 
amended to take cate of the*e 
elderly people. 

The welfare committee headed by 
Mr*. J. O Clay, reported on present- 
ing flannelette sheet* to nn*dv 
elderly people during the cold 

weather. 

The annual meeting to be held 
March 14 at the City Hall. 



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An icllvc Spring program wm ninpond Mr* Frank DockriH; 
planned at a meeting of the Victoria cooking. Mr*. James Luma* 

Women* Institute held at the den ’ Mrs Tofn Bfrlrsn ’ *nd Mr * 
YWCA, on Prld*y afternoon with ' ? ,inn#r -^ruon; '«*• Mrs J 
Mis F Davison prodding. I W “ rr - Mr * ErU: Msson. Mrs Haroii 

The drams group will meet at the i * nt * Mr * John Gourlsy 
home* of Mrs W. Prden on Febru- 1 P, * rv ' tp '‘ r * » pr '* Mm Oeorge Orer 
ary 2* and at Uie home of Mrs. 1 ' i * Mr * Mason and Mrs 

T. J. Sadler on March 14 Bursar Pr!rr Sn,lon 

sewing group* will meet at thr home 

of Mr*. E 8. Blair, and Mr\ O Pht'ITIsiniK 

Bower, will convene a *<ial on [ ^ntmaHUIS OrOUp 

March S to be held at the Y W.C A Holds RridoP 

at 2 30 pm when a d. monsirstlon 

of rakr-lcing technique will be given CH EM AINU 8, Peb 25 — Ms; 

by Mrs. A. Robinson. Temple, Pythian Suiters, held a sue 

Mrs. Pcden gave a report on the c ^ ul trlgphoBi card party on Fri 
Local Council of Women and Pro- night, when 30 table* were ti 
vinrtal conferences. Mri Prden wa* P ,AV 81 bom«» of Mr*. H Rtaf 
appointed offkul delcgatg, and Mrs f»nson. Mra. D. John*, Mrs H 
D.ivlson. Mrs E M Thomas and R*niiieb<on, Mr* P Quelrh, Mr* C 
Mrs B I,** were appointed W I John*. Mr*. J. Cook, Mr*. A. Dye 
delegates *nd Mr* E. Clayton 

Mrs F. Bridge will continue U< Prize winner* at crlbbage wen 
convene a food parcel to an English Mr*. R. Galloway and Mr. W 
WI, and a shower of articles will Brown; whist, Mr. J MsrRsy am 
be held by roll call at the nest burl- Mrs. D, Maxwell; bridge. Mr*, f 
ness meeting. Trent and Mr. C. Lnughton. 



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Give Pins 
To Cadets 



Women Observe 
Day of Prayer 

LAKE COWICHAN, Feb 25 —Tlie 
World Day of Prayer service for 
women was observed tn tlie Lake 
Cowlchan United Church Hull on 
Friday afternoon with a good at- 
tendance. Mr* P Herd led the 
service, and other members of the 
congregation gave readings and read 
prayer*. The choir wo* made up of 
the C O I T. group, who rendered an 
anthem. My Faith Looks Up lo 
Thee." 



The senior cadets of Cadet Nursing 
Division. Bl. John Ambulance, held 
an informal barque! on Monday 
evening at St- John Headquarters, 
the occasion being the presentation 
of Brigade pin* to the graduating 
class. 

Mra. K V. Harwood, district offi- 
cer. in making the presentations re- 
minded the cadets that continued 
work on their part would result in 
their advancement to the Pember- 
ton Cnuader Division, which to the 
Intermediary step to becoming a 
member of the adult division. 

The invited gueaU were Mra B V. 
Hnrwood. district officer; Mra. M P, 
Bampeon. cadet superintendent. Mia* 
D Burton, ambulance *Utcr. Division 
No. 41: Miss 8 Murtagh. Olrl Guide 
captain. 

Cadets receiving award*: Sgts. 
Diana Cole*. E. Harr toon; Cpto I 

Pearce. Mar? Lw« Ftndler; Cadcij 
W Gann. M BthelU M Darnell. C 
nulltomaud. D. Char bach and J. 
Taylor. 

AMtoting with arrangements were 
Hon. 8fL O. Walker. Cadet 8. Price. 
N. Hutton and F Magee. 



For the Spring bride, ewHonting wed- 
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preMly crtoiad to moke yOu 0 lovely 
bride everyone will fondly remember. 
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Moira Shearer Married 
In Hampton Court Chapel 



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Victoria, B C., Sn, Feb. 26, 1950 



To Mark Golden Wedding 



'ancouver General Nurses Awarded 
op Places in R.N. Examinations 



tutoring English at Ash ridge College 
In Berkhompsted. They said that 
MU* Shearer, the star of “Red 
Shoes." attended a aeries of lecture* 
In English. 

Special permission was given by 
the Lord Chamberlain to use thr 
Royal Chapel for the ceremony. 



LONDON, Feb. 25 (INS'.— Gla-l 
mo ro us movie actress and ballet 
dancer, Moira Shearer, was married 
today to Ludovtc Kennedy. 20-year- 
old author, in a Hampton Court 
Palace ceremony from which the 
word ‘ obey" was omitted tn the vow 
The 23-year-old bride wore a 
whit* prlnceas-etyle dresa. with a V- 
neck and a stand-up collar that 
framed her face. There was no 
bridesmaid at the colorful ceremony 
In London’s Palace Royal Chapel. 

William Richmond, an unsuccess- 
ful Conservative candidate In 
Thursday'* election, was the beat 
man. 

Police were summoned to control 
a surgihg mob of more than 1.000 
persons waiting In the courtyard for 
a glimpse of the bride 

Friends of the couple said they 
met a year ago when Kennedy was 



if Us Irenr F E Or egg and Mias 
rney Jean McLellan both of the 
DCOUver Oeneral Hospital tied 
first place in the examination 
the Registered Nurses' Assoc la - 
Columbia. Mias 



Isabelle CUkr, Lorena Collett. Oeor- Florence Berenice Nixon. Irene 
glna Collins. Jeoale Isabelle Comber, 

Dorothy Cowie. LavUia Mary Flo- 
rence Crane Ruth Marilyn Creamer. 

Ethel Ellen Cummlng, Agnes Paul 
Darner. Glady* Elizabeth Daniels. 

Doreen Lillian Davidson, Laura 
Elisabeth Davison. Elaine Marlon 
Dellsle. Viola Anna Ethel Derkson, 

Alison May Dick. Myrtle Kuihleen 
Dickinson. Kathleen Dutton, Patricia 
DuMont, Agnes Dunwjody. Mae 
Duquette, Eileen Kathleen Durnin. 

Margaret Jean EdwarcUon. Jean 
Mary Elliott. Isabel Althea Evan*. 

Dorothy May Everett. Patricia 
Katherine Ewart. Elizabeth Perrle, 

Dorothy Flnucaue. Patricia Label 
Porbe*, Ji>an Graham, Irene Frances 
Emily Gregg, Lela C Huacke, Norma 
Httlgli. Mary Teresa Hanlon. Joyce 
Luella Harrington. Constance Har- 
rison. Dirralue May Hiizeldinr. iJl- 
llan Heldebrerlit, Margaret Jane 
Hern. Joan Heaketh. Alice Hoppe, 

Joyce Hough Gladys Hughe*. Mir- 
im D O Hughes, Dorothy Marguer- 
ite Hunt. Elizabeth Hutchinson, 

Joyce Hutchinson, fllbyll Barbara 
Ingalls. Janet Jackoon. Gladys Rose 
Jarman. Kathleen Johnson. Ruth 
Constance Joyce, Audrey-Moe Kelly. 

Ixiln Key, Norma Shirley Therese 
Klbler, Katherine Koop. Vera Nellie 
Krnwece, Gloria Lwrson. Levina 
Lavigne, Ine* Eileen Ledgerwood. 

Verna Lee. Prances Joyce l^slie, 

Elizabeth Leal*, Joan M LI r man, 

Hazel Llndgren. Dorothy Ellrn 
Lines, Joyce Lout, Mar. Logan. 



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FOR A FINE JOB 
Cleaning Done on Your 
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of British 
ley Jean MiUhell also of the 
>uver General Hospital came 



LONDON CP). — BrtUoh-Eunipean 
Airways have engaged 35 more 
pilots to meet the 30 per cent in- 



TOO LOVELY 
FOR WORDS 



a Aus'ln. Jeon Mason Bain, 
Is tie Agnes Bean. DirU A Brau- 
i. Dollle Joyce Benham, Ruby 
line Bernard, Dorla May Bird, 
■da Bird. Shirley R Bishop, 
lma Gudrun Biarnason, Patricia 
ke. Jean Bod teher. Catherine 
men. Gladys Lillian Bool, Mary 
Borstal. Margaret Bradshaw. 
* Brnadhead, Gertrude Muriel 
wn. Owendolyne Florence 
wn, Elizabeth Susan Calder. 
rgaret Callendur. 3ean France* 
vert, Marguerite P 



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The silvrrplate which, 
for over a century, ha* 
been choven as the fav- 
orite of Canadian bride* 
and boiltun. 66- piece 
»rr»ire for eight, includ- 
ing che«t. 



vener to attend the meeting at 
Montreal. 

Conveners, for tlie guest tea which 
followed were Mrs. ParUxeau. Mrs. 
Dakers and Mrs. R. L. Davidson 
The tea Jable was decorated with 
gulden crocuses and yellow taper* 
and the golden anniversary motif 
wo* continued In the decorated 
birthday rake, Mrs. B. C. Brown and 
Mra. G. E. Warner presided at the 
urns. 

During the tea hour. MLm E King 
gave an interesting talk on Die life 
of Sir Matthew Bollllr Begble. 



Campbell, 
Mary Campbell Dorothy 
Carlyle. Mary Sheila Cnrnle. 
Chow. Mae ChycoskJ, Doris 



conveners 

Appointed 



ndorse 

esolution 



Iowa. In 190d where Mr. Ros- 
muwon was station agent They 
came to Canada in 1903 and 
homesteaded at Quill take, Sask., 
where they resided until coming 
to Victoria In 1943 They have 
two Hons living In the Dnlted 
States and a daughter In Sas- 
katchewan. seven grandchildren 
and one great-grandchild. 



Mr and Mrs T. Rasmusson. 
175 Olive Street, will celebrate 
their golden wedding anniversary 
on Tuesday, February 28. and will 
be at home to their friends on 
that afternoon. In the evening. 
Mr and Mrs C. Alder. 858 Sey- 
mour Road, will entertain In their 
honor Mr. and Mrs. Rasmussen 
were married In Rock Rapids, 



At a meeting of the Royal Bride 
Chapter. I ODE. held at the home 
of Mrs Hilda Bate 1 on Thursday 
evening, the regent, Mr* F Ritchie, 
reported that a presentation of * 
number of print* of British authors 
and some record? had te-en made to 
Belmont High School The chapter 
derided to adopt Belmont High. 

Plans were dLsruiwed to hold a 
games night and dance In the near 
future 

The follow tug tfinitnen were ap- 
pointed for the coming year; Mra. 
Edna Moody. Empire study: Mrs 
Glen Dunn, ex-srrvlre personnel; 
Mrs, A. Hutcheson, Immigration; 
Mrs Bate*, postwar; Mrs A. Sin- 
clair. child and family welfare and 
Mr* C P Henlgman. publicity. 



t m ref cut meeting of Oak Bay 
lied W.MS, the members un- 
mously adopted tlje resolution 
fled by Dr. E, L. McNlven and 
pled at the W.MS Presbyterian 
ling for changes in the Motor 
title Act which would make it 
umbent Upon all drivers to agree 
lubniit. to a blood test for alcohol 
rn involved in an accident, 
fr* K Reilly reviewed the laaf 
t chapters of the study book 
fated by Mrs. J. Boyd. Mias M 
N>er and Mrs. J H Britton. 

4r». G Wren and Mrs. O A. 
her reported on the Presbyter lot 
id recently. 

«Uvs Mary Sinclair was aolubl 
1 Mrs W F Perry, newly-elected 
« byte rial president, pronounced 
Benediction. 



1209 DOUGLAS ST. (Scollord Building) 



Chapter Holds Guest Tea 



mllleea were appointed for the en- 
suing year Mrs. H. Pritchett, as- 
sisted by Mr*. F Hughe*; child and 
family welfare; Mra. E Dakers, 
postwar: Mr*. P C Coe Empire 
study; Mrs. W Smith, endowment 
fund; Mr*. E O. Lewis, films; Mrs 
J Hleachlry. flowers. The members 
signified their wloft to have Mr*. J. 
L. Ford appointed national con- 



Tlie meeting of St. Matthew Ball- 
lie Begble Chapter, LO.DJL, which 
wo/* held at headquarter* on Friday 
afternoon, was followed by a guest 
tea given In honor of the 50th an- 
niversary of the I.ODE 
Mra. H D Partzcau presided at 
the meeting and the following com- 



Jubilee W.A. 
Plans Annual 
Linen Shower 



DOES IT AGALN ! 



las Colorful Mementoes 
If Round-the-World Trip 



Members of the Women* Aux- 
iliary to the Royal Jubilee Hospital 
discussed plans for the annual linen 
shower to be held In the Nurses' 
Home on March 15 frum 3 to ft 
pm. when they met on Wednesday 
In the Nurse*' Home. Mr*. J. 
Pheathean was in the chair. 

Mrs James Hough and Mr*. J. 
C. S. McArthur were welcomed as 
new member* 

Miss M I. Curry reported for the 
sewtng committee that 131 pieces 
had been finished. Mr*. P TTflor 
reported $36 received for dues. 



They're the frontier of frontier * 
These frankly feminine 



By KAY REX 

HT-AWA. Feb - 25 «CD. — A* 
.rlcla Pearson has a birthday 
it month, mum * the word about 
at presents tne 20-year-old Unl- 
slty of Toronto student may be 
ting. 

tut perhaps there will be a sou- 
dr from the recent 27,000-mlle 
> her parents. External Affairs 
nlster Pearson and Mr* Pearson 
Ik around the wnrld. 

Mta. Pearson brought bark some t 
firm-bracelet* from Singapore, a 1 
id-carved walnut lamp from New 
thl, a sari from Colombo, and a 
tdful of memories of a Jam-par-k- 
flve-week tour of Asia. 

PRI RENTS FOR t IIILDREN 
Tie charm- bracelet* are for Pa- . 
la --but not. for her birthday The 
ip la for Patricia's brother. 22-' 
•r-old Geoffrey also a atudent at ' 

• University of Toronto, The *arl. 
s. Pearson plan* to have made I 
o an evening dre ■■*. 

is for the memortaa, they are 
ked in the thick green diary 
Ich the minister's wife kept 
oughout the trip. No matter how 
oroua her schedule, Mrs Pearson 
de herself write in the book dally 
•cause I wo* afraid everything 
ght later become a blur." 

Hie diary contain* detailed de- 
IpLlon* about the trip, the people 

• met, and how she felt on seeing 

• flrat camel-cart. "It was while 
vlng tn Karachi— and I prmctlcal- 

( Jumped out of the < .ir 
In Ceylon elephants are favored 
work animal*, Here she saw •ev- 
il being washed In a river— and 
to be enjoying U 



many brides at that time, she a*ked 
the reason and was told it was the 
last day of January. February 
begins the Year of the Tiger, an 
unlucky one for weddings, since It 
la believed that a wife taken that 
year will turn out to be a shrew 

In Hongkong the minister’s wife 
saw n harbor filled with sampans, 
Junks — every kind of sailing- vessel 
under the sun In New Delhi she 
found a tremendous refugee prob- 
lem. 

Mra. Pearson expressed particular j 
admiration for the way the wife , 
of India's Finance Minister Matthai 
is helping these homele** people be- 
come re-esubllalvrd She hn* or- 
ganised a hostel for 2.000 refugees 
where the women earn their living 
at hand-tooma. 

Mr* Pearson eonfewed a feeling 
of frustration at glimpsing such a 
lot In *o short a time. Even now she 
wonder* how *he could have cover- ' 
ed all the territory she did In five 
week* But then, on looking back 
"It'» the excitement of wring ao 1 
many thing* that keep* you going."! 



The famous Cashmere finish sweater* 
which look *o beautiful as 
though they were Cashmere . . . 

ami wash every bit a* well. 
Prevented in a brand new ahip- 
ment with neckline* that 
take a daring plunge or look saucily 
demure. Grand'mere "smoothie," 
colors of azure, julep, coral, wheat, 
pearl, flamingo,* toast, white, 

crystal, pink. Sizes small, medium 
and large. 



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tnendouidy." 

IVTF.RF.8T IN CANADA 
n Colombo Mrs Pearson waa tn- 
vlewed by nrw«paper reporter* 
o asked about Canada. 

They wanted to know whether 
•re were many women doctor* and 
ever* In thl* country." she »ald. 
.Vhlle motoring outside Toklo *he 
s*ed four brldea walking U> the 
me* of their huabanda. 

T knew thev were bride* beeauae 
their head-gear “ Mr* Pearson 
etched out her arm* to ahow the 
e of the huge boat-*haped head- 
•*ae« they wore. 

7 ur 1 ou* a* to why there were ao 



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A plunge neck, xhort-aleeve pullover 
with roll collar. A darling g" Qg 
with amt* or akirta wi¥¥ 



A love of a cardigan with L.astex 
•hirred cuff* and £ QC 

waistband 



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! Holla iUnlanlfll vr * c »® fi * BC SoB - Ff *» 26 1950 



Guild Plans 
Fashion Show 



Married in Cathedral 



On Racial 
Difficulties 



IN SICKNESS OR IN HEALTH CONSULT 
US FOR YOUR BABY NEEDS 

C vmpltu UtiM •( DMary Sum ;*n**m*. Htfr) Pout*. LoU«n». 
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B*h» *C»I*« U B,»l 



PARKSV1LLE, Feb. 38 — The 
evening of Mb: eh 29 has been ret 
for the annual pre- Easter Paahlon 
Bhow sponsored bv 8t Annr » Angli- 
can Church OuUd. to be held at 
Pnrk*vlllr Community Hull. 

Hard working committee* under 
the leadership ol the guild pi evident. 
Mrs. A Scott, are planning a varied 
program of entertainment in addi- 
tion to the style ahow. which will 
include a mixed choir and Instru- 
mental selections Mrs. Rene 
Campbell and Mrs. J. Tryon are ar- 
ranging the musical program and 
other committees will be chosrn at 
the next meeting of the group. 

Thla will be tn* third annual 
far h ion ahow sponsored by the 
guild 



Mias H. Bar thug of the Chtneae 
Christian Community centre was 
guest speaker at a recent meeting 
of the W MB. of First United 
Church. 

She gave an Interesting account 
of her work among the different 
racial group* now settled in Canada 
and made a special plea that the 
spirit ut toleration and good will 
«hown in allowing them to aettle In 
tl»e country might be enlarged to 
allow them to take their place aa 
equal citizens 

Miss Bartllng . pointed out that 
many of the young people, although 
educated In this country and thor- 
oughly adapted to Canadian life, 
found themselves against an Iron 
curtain of prejudice when It came 
to obtaining petitions. 

Mm. A. Chisholm. In presenting 
Mrs C. L. Whitby with a life ir-'ii- 
berahip In the society, spoke of the 
devotion Mrs Whitby had shown 
to the work. 

Six young girls from one of the 
C O.I.T. gi jups of the church con- 
ducted the devotional period. 



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A BIRKS DIAMOND RING 

for the Spring Engagement 



Brownies Enroll 



PARKSVTLLE, Fib 35 —Mrs. H 
J. Twldale. Brown Owl and Parks- 
vllle Brownie leader, reports keen 
Interest being shown by the girls 
Irr her troop and sewing bees are 
being held by the mothers to provide 
uniforms for the girt* Among those 
who were recently enrolled as 
Brownies were Maxine Tyson, Bar- 
bara Haynes. Yvonne Spooner. Lyn 
Johnson. Msureen Young and 
Sharon NIc holla. 



Diamond Rings 
feature : 



New Officers 



MEN’S 

SUITS and COATS 

SUITS 



— Joncu PhrM. 

Mr. and M in. M. M. Elulk are pictured following their marriage 
which took place In Christ Church Cathedral on Tuesday. The 
bride is the former Miss Elizabeth Eleanora “Betty" Peck, 
daughter of Mrs Anne Peck of this city, and the groom Is the 
son of Mr and Mrs. Oeorge H. Elulk of Winnipeg Following 
a trip to the Mainland. Mr, and Mrs. Elulk will make their 
home in Victoria. 



-Jooru f'holo. 

Mr and Mrs. Albert John Hilton have returned to the city 
after spending a honeymoon In Beattie and they are now 
residing at 1040 Pembroke Street. They were married recently 
In BL Paul’s Naval and Garrison Church. Mrs. Hilton Is the 
former Miss Edith Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 
Wilson, New Dockyard, Esquimalt. while the groom Is the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Hilton. 



• Insurance certificate 
and Sterling Silver 
Presentation C a ■- e 
Free uf Charge \v tilt 
rings illustrated. 



In all-wool gabardines, 
worried*. covert* and 
tweed*. Single and 
douMe - breasted- Sue* 
35 to 44 •OQ r, ° 



Budget Terms 
Available 



Chuck Bowes was master of cere- 
monies 



Hold Dance 



With Women 



Fmm 



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Balance in Six 
Monthly 
Payments 



COATS 



Clubs and Societies 



of the Veterans Hospital held a Women Attend 
successful social evening and dance g r* 

at Esquimau Community Club Hall L3flV Of I TBY CT 

recently. Dancing to the music of _ . _ . , 

the Rhythmeera Orchestra under GOBBLE HILL. Fab. 38. A large 

A1 McDougall was well received. number attended the Womens Day 
Address** were given by Mr. E. O. of Prayer service held In 8t John's 
Drage. administrative officer. Vet- Church, Cobble HilL Members of 
erans' Hospital, and Mr. O. Sam- the WJL of 81. John's and of the 
mon, president DV A. Employees' W.A. of Shawnigan Lake United 
Association. Church Jointly conducted the aer- 

Mrx Mcllvenny. Mrs. Crawford, vice. Mrs C. W Makepeace acting 
Mrs Edwards and Mrs. J. D Wyae- *a organist and Mias M Baxter 
man were in charge of refreshments, gave a moat Inspiring address 



In all wool covert and 
gabardine. AMoried col- 
or*. Si»r* 34 »p«7RO 
to 44 From . ... • ■ 

Drop in and inspect thi* stock, 
and we are sure you will acree 
that the*e are real harirain*- 
Thev comprise our regular 
stock Reduced specially to suit 
today's pocket -hook. 



Victoria Rotary Woman's Aux- 
iliary will meet at Terry's at 13 
noon on Thursday. Member* are 
reminded to send In their names 
for telephone bridge. 



Plans were made for a Bt. 
Patrick's Day tea to be held on 
March IS In the Eagles Hall when 
the Iaidlen’ Auxiliary to the POE. 
Aerie No 13 met recently. The tea 
will be sponsored by the Drill Team 
and proceeds will be lined for new 
uniforms. Kate Mann will be In 
charge of arrangements. The elec- 
tions will take place at the next 
meeting on March 7. 



A well baby clinic and pre-school 
clinic will be held In the lower 
room of Langford School on Mon- 
day from 3:30 to 3:30 pm. 



IMPERIAL 

DRYGOODS 



■t Matthew's Guild will meet on 
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C 
Gamegie. 873 Island Highway. 



There will be a meeting of the 
general committee for the “Alice 
In Wonderland" Fair, being spon- 
sored by the combined chapters of 
the I OUI. In Victoria on Tuesday. 
February 38. at 7:30 pm, at head- 
quarters on Government Street. All 
conveners and committee member* 
are requested to attend 



’06 70S YATES ST. 



Men'* and Ladies’ Wear 
1317 GOVT ST. 



A co-operative play school will be 
fened In Bt. Matthew's Hall, 
Ingford. on Wednesday, March 1, 
| 9 :18 am. For Information, phone 
llmont 160 F or 168 W. 



MRS. G. M. SLARK 

ANNOUNCES 

THE CLOSING OF HER BUSINESS 

THE SOUVENIR SHOP 
1003 GOVERNMENT ST. 

ON MARCH 31it 



W.A. to St. Paul'* Church. Ewjul- 
lalt, will meet on Tuaaday at 
:30 pm. In the church hall; 



FEBRUARY SALE 
ENDS WEDNESDAY! 



Mrs. Roosevelt 
To Be Awarded 
Swedish Medal 



• W A No 85. Typographical Union. 
bwlU meet In the WUUanu' Building, 
m Br ughtun Street, on Thursday at 
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LONDON. Feb. 35 (Reuters).— 
King Gustav of Sweden ha* awarded 
thla year* Prince Karl medal to 
Mr*. Eleanor Roosevelt in recogni- 
tion of her work In the Interest of 
humanity, Stockholm radio reported 
tonight. 

The medal will be presented Ui 
Mm. Roosevelt by Erik Boheman, 
RaedUh smba/wador In Washing - 
ton. on Monday. Prince Karl * birth- 
day. 

The medal l* awarded to 6wedea 
or foreigner* who distinguish th era- 
se] vea by humanitarian work. 



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Little Theatre to Give Coward Comedy 



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Famed for Children’s ( loneerts 
Sugene Kash Pays Visit to City 

-THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD 



Mr Sharpe Mid three paper* had 
been aent back to Burbank, Cal-, far 
the signature of the shipper. He ea- 
pected return of the papers By Mon- 
day. 

As soon as the paper* return the 
marker* can clear the custom* office 
and the Fountain • bottleneck may 
be broken. 



City officials yesterday were still I end of January, however, no action 
t) mining temporary Installation of ( has been taken at the Fountain. 
ie rotary Island traffic control plan Yesterday, City Engineer Cyril 
, the Fountain lnteraectlon five ' Jones stated that as soon aa the 
onths after City Council had ' marker* were available to his de- 
■dered work to start. partment the traffic scheme could 

Following some two years of fruit- be put In operation. He said action 
ss debate and controversy in civic would be taken “very *oon “ 
rcles, council called for a trial of Meanwhile, City Purchasing Agent 
ie rotary Island plan on September O. F. Sharpe disclosed that the traf- 
f, 1949, It was felt the plan would ftc markers had Blremdy arrived In 
icrcome congestion at the danger- the city from California. He ex- 
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larp comer curbs to round them a nee paper*. 



Hy R. W. MUNGALL 

Here last week Just long enough 
to *how and comment on the 
National Film Board documentary 
••Children'* Concert" for the benefit 
of a Greater Victoria Film Festival 
audience wu Eugene Kash of 
Ottawa, director of music for the 
NFB. 

Visiting the West Coast as one 
of the chief speaker* at the U B.C. 
film festival In Vancouver. Mr Kash 
managed to pack a good many of his 
Ideas regarding music for children 
Into a very brief Interview. 

Lively and voluble and one of 
Canada's busiest and most versatile 
musicians, he bear* a more than 
alight physical resemblance to 
Vancouver ftymphony conductor 
Jacques Singer. 

SPECIALIST 

In addition to being a specialist 
In the still comparatively fresh field 
of concerts designed especially for 
children, he is the newly-appointed 
conductor of the Ottawa Phil- 
harmonic. a concert violinist of 
some distinction and a musicologist 
of International repute. 

The film which he showed here 
last week and which was warmly 
acclaimed when he personally Intro- 
duced It at the Edinburgh Festival 
last year deal, of course, with the 
children's concerts he has conducted 
for the past four year* In Ottawa. 

FIELD OF ASSOCIATION 

Starting “within the children's 
field of association" Is one of the 
main clues to the appeal and suc- 
cess of the concert*, which have at- 
tracted aa many as 1.000 six to 16- 



At first the critic doesn't bother; 
It'll come to him on the way back 
to the office. 

But sometimes It doesn’t, and 
back at the office a painful little 
scene ensue* to the accompaniment 
of "You know. It goes like this. 
'Dura de da dum dee dee' — you 
know." 

Oh, ye*, they know the tune all 
right, and prove It at length. But. 
somehow or other, they Just can't 
recall the title either. 

Only solution we can think of 
at the moment Is for the singer to 
come out carrying a small sign with 
the title. 



Guest artists will be Dr. Rodgyr 
Manning, baritone: Eileen Orr. vio- 
linist, and Francis Stevenson, 
organist 

Accompanist Is Dorothy Gough. 



ENTRIES UP 

Entries totaling 25. an Increase of 
three over last year’s number. In the 
Tenth Annual Greater Victoria 
School Drama Festival, were re- 
ported last week by the festival com- 
mittee. 

Out-of-town entries In the festi- 
val. to be held here March IS to 
March HI. Include Ladysmith and 
Duncan High fichools, Quallcum 
Beach (School and Queen Margaret's 
School. t 

The committee hopes to award 
scholarships to the outstanding ac- 
tor and actress for Summer train- 
ing In drama at either Banff or 
UJC. 

The festival. In which iom« 200 
students will take an active part, will 
conclude Saturday night, March IS. 
with the presentation of three plays 
adjudged outstanding at an honor 
performance at Victoria High 
School. 

Adjudicator will be Ross Lort, 
Vancouver architect, former vice- 
president of the B.C. Drama Asso- 
ciation, Canadian Drama Award 
winner and well-known Judge in 
B.C. Drama Festivals. 



LONDON (CP. — A robot “watch- 
man" has been Installed In a 
London airport to detect any 
mechanical faults In equipment. 
It will also point out where they 



PLANS COMPLETE 

Preliminary plans for the Musical 
Festival to be held here May 11, 12 
and 13 arc now complete, according 
to festival committee officials. 

Adjudicator In the speech art 
clasaea will be Mrs. Jean Campbell, 
vice-president nf the B.C. Speech 
Arts Teachers’ Federation and 
director for 1H years of speech and 
drama at St. Mary * College. Wlnnl- 
pew. where she also directed her own 
school of drama and produced chil- 
dren’s plays for the Winnipeg Little 
Theatre. 

Other Judge* are Lawrence R 
Cluderay, FRC.O.. AR C.M, Van- 
couver. and Byron Nichol*, BM, 
MA., Seattle, Washington. 

HALLS OFFERED 

Hall* have been offered by First 
United, First Baptist, and 8t. An- 
drews Presbyterian Churches. 

Next meeting of the festival com- 
mittee will be held March 15 at 8 
pm. In the First United Church 
Hall. 



Photo by Bet lit Kerkham. 



Muriel Ritchie and Dennis Harris star as Elolse and Raoul In 
Noel Coward’s frothy three-act comedy, “The Marquise." 
Victoria Little Theatre production which opens Monday for 
week’s run. Scene Is laid In 18th century France. Director is 
H. B. Blnney. 



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I nele Harry" to Re Broadcast Here 



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according to Mr. Ka&h. 

"If you start too far ahead, beyond 
their ego limit, they drop you." he 
smiled. 

By way of Illustration, he cited a 
concert during which he had decided 
to Introduce, among other thing*, 
the theory of fugue construction to 
hi* youthful audience. 

Instead of starting right off with 
Bach, he began with round -singing, 
followed, by way of further In- 
troduction. by Benny Goodman's 
“Bach Goes To Town"— “which Is 
strict fugue form " 

And then to Bach proper. 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION ! 

Two cardinal Kash principles are 
audience participation to as great 
a degree a* possible— singing and 
“dap-rhythm* “ for example — and. 
secondly, "never to underestimate 
children or talk down to them"; 
they'll catch on and lose Interest. 

Rather convincing evidence that 
conductor Ka*h practices what he 
preaches was his resume of the 
February 18 concert. In which hia 
JuvenUe audience was skillfully led 
from 18 th century court music, 
through the IBth century as rep- 
resented by Oounod. Cesar Franck, 
Blsrt, and Saint Barns, to the work 
of the contemporary French com- 
poser Darius Milhaud. 

JUDICIOUS SELECTION 

The program items were Judici- 
ously selected to permit featuring 
of certain Instrument*, so that, by 
the time the concert was over, 
listeners had learned to distinguish 
violin from viola and English horn 
from oboe, and equally Important, 
to sense the relationship between 
them. 

And. adding to the general In- 
terest. wm the fact that the Lully 
•election was sung by eight children 
from the French embassy and a 
religious song by Gounod by a group 
of boy* from a local school. 



forms may be obtained at Fletcher s 
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SCHUBERT CLUB 

The 8chubert Club, conducted 
by Frederic King, will present a 
concert Including organ, violin, 
choral and solo vocal performances 
Tuesday evening at Oak Bay 
Up 1 ted Church. 



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D.V.A. Change Will Improve Service 
For War Veterans on Gulf Islands 



Batin (Colnntflt Victoria. B.C.. Sub.. Feb 26, 1950 



School for Scandal” Cast Rehearses for Opening 



“If. however, any veteran* tu 
these areas have spct-lal reasons to 
continue dealing through Victoria, 
they should *» iddN D.V.A. imme- 
diately and their file* will be kept 
In the sub-district office,"* stated 
L) V.A district administrator W. O. 
H Roaf "Our chief aim 1» to pro- 
vide the beat service with the mini- 
mum of inconvenience and delay." 

The Victoria office will continue 
to service all other point* on Van- 
couver Island up to and Including 
Sayward. also the Islands of Read. 
Cortes Qundra. Rail Spring and 
Gabrtola. 



Geographical barriers, especially Islands and northern point* of Van- 
along Brltlah Columbia's rugged couver Island ran reach Vancouver 
coastline, sometime# are sharp much more easily than they can 
enough to cut through official "red Victoria. Thus. DVA officials dr- 
tape" when personal service Is the elded, the rule* would have to be 
keynote of a government depart- altered. 

ment's policy. Rewident* of Mayne. Oallann. 

According to Department of Vet- Pender and Saturna Islands will 
erans' Affairs regulations, veterans have their flies transferred to the 
on Vancouver Island and adjacent Vancouver offioe. So will veterans 
Islands come under D V.A ’s sub- ^living north of a mythical line drawn 
district office at Victoria. Those on from Kelsey Bay to Cape Cook on 
ths Mainland are served by the dls- Vancouver Island Tills includes 
trtet offle# at Vancouver. residents of Alert Bay, Solntula. 

Transportation schedules are such. Englewood. Port Hardy and Port 
however, that veterans on some Oulf Alice. 



By BRIAN WHARF 
Victoria < ollege 

Victoria College's newest organisa- 
tion the Radio Club, formed for the 
purpose of producing student ac- 
tivities on radio station CKDA. will 
be heard on the air very shortly, 
Clubs Uklng part in the fust broad- 
cast, Intended for a cross section, 
will be the Glee Club under John 
Moffat and John Ooull. the Psychol- 
ogy Club supervised by Mr Elvet 
Jones and Jon Woods, the Jazz Club 
emceed by Johnny Bymoiuls and 
Denny Boyd, a Forum deoate on 
socialised medicine and a scene 
from the Playtr Clubs production 
of school for scandal. 

SIX EXECUTIVES 

The Radio Club Is headed by John 
Napter-Hemy and Ray Orchard 
with six executives under them, each 
responsible for a separate phase of 
college life. These are Dave Mollliet 
and Marilyn Leigh for drama. Tom 
Rhodes for debsting. Carey McAl- 
lister for variety and Ray Wehner 
and Denny Boyd in charge of musi- 
cal appreciation. 

An announcer's tryout was held 
recently and five students. Eve Har- 
vey. Percla Wilkinson, Ken Burkln- 
ahsw, Reid Taylor and John Ooult 
were chosen each potseasing de- 
finite ability. 

The annual College French eve- 



ning will lake place on March 10 
under the direction of Dr. Harry 
Hickman and Monsieur Trell. stu- 
dents will present an act of "Le 
Trtomphe de la Medecine" and the 
Olee Club singing a number of 
French songs. The evening will be 
under the patronage of the Honor- 
able W. T Stralth. Minister of Ed- 
ucation. and Mnttsleu. Anfoesy 
French, consul for Western Canada. 
The proceeds will go to the Madame 
Sanderson Scholarship fund • 

The scholarship will be awarded 
to » leading student 1 French and 
English 

DESCRIBES TRIPS 

Mr Edward Vidor, world traveler, 
was the guest of the College Liter- 
ary Art* Club Tuesday and Wednes- 
day and gavs two very Interesting 
lantern lectures, journey* he made 
before and durtng th# war. The fust 
took th* students on a trip from 
Java to Britain while th# second 
described a voyage 4.000 mile* down 
the River Nils. After his talks Mr. 
Vidor played some folk tunes and 
airs typical of some countries he 
had visited. 

The Varsity Christian Fellowship 
sponsored a showing of the Moody 
Scientific Institute film "Dust or 
Destiny.” Or# of th# best student 
turnouts of the year saw this truly 
wonderful picture. 



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Scene above Is from Sheridan's "School for Scandal," which wlU be presented In Victoria College 
auditorium for two days, atArtlng Friday at 8:30 p.m. Play l* open to public and ticket* can 
be obtained from any student or at door. Cast members (from left to right) are Patrick 
Thomas, Ray Orchard, Rosalie Cheeseman and Reid Taylor. Prof. R J. Bishop, director. Is 

pictured seated during rehearsal. 



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James and Drusllla Hincks. 1214 
Yates Street, were charged In city . 
police court yesterday with five In- ' 
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Four of the charges concerned 
Imposing excessive rentals and one 
was that they failed to make an 
application to the rentals appraiser 
for a rental variation when gas was 
discontinued or lessened in an ac- 
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North Saanich Seniors 
Enjoy Successful Dance 

By AI’DREY HMITH AND . the various exhibits related to the 
BARBARA MacCONNACHIE i biology studies of th* school. 

North Haaaich High Hehool | “ W flnAj 

' of the table tennis tournament. The | 

On Friday, February IT. a very games were held In the gym at noon, | 
successful Co-Ed dance was held by an d the whole school turned out to I 
th# Senior High School. There was cheer the contestants on. The inter - 
a prlz# for the moat original corsage mediate girls' championship, played 
and on* for the prettieet. Olen Oil- between Marian Thomson and Mar- 
phant was the proud owner of th* 1 RKr et Veary was won by Marlon 
moat original corsage, which was a 21-10 and 21-4, who Is now the Girls' 
vegetable man and lady presented champion. The winner of the inter- 
to him by Esther Bertelsan. The mediate boys' play-off game was 
pries for the prettiest one on display David Peddle, who defeated John 
was won by Bob Lee. It was made Webster 21-17, 21-10 and 21-13 Both 
of lovely crepe paper flowers and boy* played exceptionally well and 
was concocted by Eileen Bowker it was an even bet as to who would 
The sum of $37 was the net profit I Fin. 
of the Senior Council from this ' SUCCESSFUL DEFENCE 
dance. J The senior girls* championship 

From the money raised by the sale was takert by Eva Rashlelgh who 
of Valentin* motifs, under Peggy defeated Audrey Pearson 21-18 and 
Ann Wnoda, Mrs Dymond and Miss ; 35-23. Audrey was defending her 
Jones, th# sum of $10 was donated I place as last year's champion, 
to the Appeal for Children fund. Oeorge Aylard and David Christian 
The Grade XII Class, headed by fought to win the senior boys’ cham- 
Mr. Breckenrldge. visited Victoria* plonshtp In the most talked about 
Museum on Monday afternoon. Dr. games In the tournament. Oeorge 
Clifford Carl, director of the proved to be the better player as he 
museum, conducted them through defeated David 21-16 and 22-20. The 

*— — ■ - - Junior winners were Jill Turner and 

p • 1111 Harold Jacobsen. 

services Held The Inter-house games were held 

this week and the Whites proved to 

17 ill? IH^l.rvrv be the better single table tennis 

players as they defeated the Blue 
House 6 games to 5 but In the 
doubles the Whites came to the fore 
with 6 matches to 2. 

On Monday A. W. Murphy, ath- 
letic supervisor for District 63 ar- 
ranged a match between North 
Saanich High School and Mount 
Newton. North Saanich took an easy 
win In these games and Its team 
members went on to play th# Dis- 
trict 63 championship. The cham- 
pions were: senior boy— Pat Dalton, 
senior girls— Eva Rashlelgh. Inter- 
mediate boys— David Peddls. Inter- 
mediate girls— Marlon Thomson. 



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By PAIKItlA HAM ILL 
ttqttlRUll ll^h hr h ini I 

At last Esqulmalt High'* Hi-Y 
girls have set out tor their confer- 
ence. Thla ha* been talked about, 
discussed, described to, the past 
month, and they finally left on Fri- 



day. Jeanne McKay. Jean Bpeddlng, 
Val Jeanne* and Trisha Hamlll arw 
the lucky delegates from our hall*. 

Gieat njitny has surrounded tha 
drama club lately and tha aecret 
hasn't been unveiled What la tha 
name of the play that they will put 
on? Alt we know la that there were 
rndlcv* tryouts for Die parts and 
now the cast U decided upon. Tito 
parts are taken by Mary Hindu, 
Burt Bonnelt, Henry Pylypa, Oerry 
Quest arul Mrrle Dean But what 
the parts are, who should know? 
AH we do know i* they must be 
working hard, Judgtng b.v all the re- 
hearsals after school. 

ALL-MALE EDITION 

The fourth edit* m this year of tha 
paper "l*-whoy-Malth" appeared on 
Wednesday Thl* Is that Iiunoua 
“nil -male" cdindn. but It is rumored 
a couple of girls submitted a story 
or two Tire art work done by Frank 
Lewis, a.*, always, seems to be more 
than outstanding The covers of all 
the [viper* have been trpically 
E H 8 . with ench one depleting a 
familiar phase of school life. Feta 
Doherty was the editor. 

. The hospitals amt doctors' off Lea 
seem to have had their fair aharw 
of our student body lately. Two 
boys have been on crutches, and th# 
rases of appenclcItL* seem tar too 
many. Also we were glad to welcome 
back Miss Cnnlbenr after a weeks 
absence. 

BATTLE TO Tit 

Soccer has started. Our Junior 
boys fought Mount View to a tit on 
Monday at Bullen Park The aemoia 
plsred host lo Mount View on Wed- 
nesday. They played on our own 
field, much to the surprise of many, 
aa that “battleground" has been w 
virtual swamp all Winter. The game 
finished with a victory to Mount 
View. 

Tha dr la' basketball team man- 
aged a Joyful victory on Monday, de- 
feating the Vie High Oolds, S6-36 
The boys played their usual game* 
on Thursday afternoon. The Reds 
met the Oak Bnv Greens at Fraser 
Street Hall and Whites met the Oak 
Bay Whites at Onk Buy 



By GAIL O'MEARA 
Oak Hay High School 

The mighty battle Is finished. The 
class competitions held In order to 
raise funds fur the Red Crews were 
concluded last Friday. The victor- 
ious class? XA. 

The competitions began In the 
middle of November and were 
scheduled to run until the end of 
January, with the class having the 
most money in their home- room 
Jack-pot declared the winner of the 
"mystery prise," 

T1ML EXTENDED 

However, owing to the failure of 
some of the classes to "hop to It” 
and "get Into the act" the time «u 
extended and students had another 
two weeks to worry about the mys- 
terious award. 

The climax took place on Monday . 
morning Joan Pidgeon, vtre-prrwl- 
dent of the Junior Red Cross and 
acting far Olnny Dalby. the presi- 
dent, told assembled students the 
long-awaited news. 

Total amount, collected was 
$M0 50. 

The winning cluas, XA, contrib- 
uted 105 to this amount, and the 
runner-up class, XIA, hod but $10 
less. 

ALMOST PHOTO FINISH 

It was almcwt a photo-finish In the 
raca between the two classes. 

From the beginning. It was a close 
race. XA put on a big turkey raffle 
at Christmas (Incident the bird was 
won by an XIA girl, Joan Durkin*, 
plus movies and candy sales. 

XIA added to the excitement with 
a "T and T* show (tea dance and 
talent show) In November. In addi- 
tion to two candy sale*. 

REALLY SOMFTIILNO 

The m yst ery prim turned out to 
be something. 

On Tuesday, seventh period. In- 
stead of the regular mathematics 
class, the students of XA "went to 
town" literally, and took In n movie. 

For the past week, all other stu- 
dents have been forced lo carry XA's 
books, relinquish lunchroom seats, 
and see them have first choice on 
the badminton courts. 



By Colonist Correspondent 



umers 



The "Charleston" currently mak- 

teen 



Ing a comeback among the 
I crowd was very much In evidence 
111. run al the dance . Friday. Many couples 
*’ WiL * were seen trying to "wrestle" with 
Inesday . lhe dlfflcuIt footwork that the step 

* or ' is noted for. 

“ration An , onK lhe very few people who 
ticking dld miu the dMlce Friday was the 
y nrP group that left for Vancouver Fri- 
es ecu- dfty afternoon. They are In the 
Gordon Mulnland clfy ^ attend a provincial 
n1 , conference of Ht-Y girls. The parley 
1 B J*° has taken place at the YWCA In 
kcr ' , Vancouver. Tl.e girls were accom- 
mor ^ I panted by three teacher-sponsors 
*| y ' ** | from Victoria High. 

CONCERT OPENS FRIDAY 
I met?*- The night opening curUtn for 
the annual Spring concert Is draw- 
ing near. Yes, Friday and Saturday 
next are the two big nights. Mias 
ted by Sliella Stanley and Miss Nonna 
.view? Douglas ore in charge of the affair 
official wh , ch u the highlight of Victoria 
it and Hlgh - S musical year. 

Over 150 students will dance, sing 
* P**' and laugh their way through the 
i trraa- jp^rjmng two-hour show. Curtain 
l Pinal for nlghu at g ; ao. Tickets 
■ecently niay be p Urc hased now from any 
Victoria High student or rush seats 
UTS bought at the door. 

It this DEFEATS OAK BAY 

basket- On the sports scene, Victoria High 
rra ar- proved two powerful for the Oak 
rt stay. , Bay team which met us last Wed- 
re here nesday after school. The Oak Bay- 
an ex- lies went down to a 3-0 defeat at 
after- 1 the hands of the Femwood Street 
school boy*, 

dance Couch J. Andrew*’ Rugby squad 
counrit fc just about ready for the coming 
yturnrd K I wants Cup gome scheduled to 
Friday. I take plnce within the next two 
r». the weeks. "Hie high schoolers will op- 
ame In pose College In the game which 
ire. I will be played at Macdonald Park. 



Dairy farmers keeping unsanitary 
bams may not be permitted lo make 
milk shipments for human con- 
sumption If an amendment to the 
Milk Act. Introduced into the . legis- 
lature Friday by Agriculture Min- 
uter Harry Bowman, Is passed. 

The amendment would give In- 
spectors power to Insist on correction 
of unsanitary conditions, with fail- 
ure to comply with an inspector's 
orders made an offence under ttie 
Act. 

Classification of dairies In re- 
spect to credit marks also Is pro- 
vided for. 

Inspectors would also be given 
authority to prohibit shipments of 
milk from cattle suffering front 
tuberculosis or other general or local 
disease. 

MILK REGI’LATIONB 

Pasteurised milk under the amend- 
ment will be done under a temper- 
ature of 143 degrees Fahrenheit In- 
stead of 145 degrees as formerly. 

An amendment to the 6tock 
Brands Act calls for three char- 
acters In brands Instead of one and 
a separate branding Iron for each 
character. 

Tha Recorder of Brands may, on 
the application for the transfer of a 
single character Brand, refuse the 
application unless the proposed 
trunsrer Is to a direct descendant 
or the registered brand holder. 

Another change provides that a 
bona fide farmer residing outside a 
prescribed area on the Lower Main- 
land could slaughter cattle for food 
Instead of sending them to a 
slaughterhouse. 

Slaughterhouses now will have to 
obtain licences. • 

Another section would require 
butchers and keepers of refrigerated 
locker plants storing beef to keep a 
record of name* of persons from 
whom cattle are purchased. 



— Co!nnl»l PBolo 

More than 40 students from various elementary schools In Greater Victoria area are currently 
receiving Instruction on bagpipes from Pipe-Major Ian Duncan at' lectures held at Central 
Junior High School. Instructor is shown above demonstrating to Gall Whitehead (foreground* 
and other pupils, secrets of Instrument. Equipment Is in charge of George 6tuart. Boys' 
class Is held on Thursday evenings and girls on Tuesday. Marching with Instruments will 

be taken up by students later thla year. 



Mount Newton Trounces 
North Saanich Hoopsters 

By GEORGE PRESTON torlum. Mount Newton contenders 

Mount Newton High School 1 ware Earl Marshall, Lament Brooks. 
Mount Newton set the pace at the ! Vlvl4n Llndstrom, Yatevs Bwlft. Ron 
first tip off and won a 14-3 count In I Karadlmms. Bernice Uddlard. Roger 
the first quarter of an exhibition ( Sampson, Marlene Hum. Roy Lang- 
baeketball game played at Saanich- j * ord - * n(1 Gloria Fop#. 



Belmont High 
Justly Proud 
Of New Paper 



By BILL PARKER 
Belmont High School 



THRU FILMS SHOWN 

Three film* were shown to the 
student* till* week Th# health 
r lames saw "It* th# Brain That 
Counts," and the Industrial Arts 
student* saw "Ripping and Croas- 
cuttlng" and "Origin and Synthesis 
of Plastic's Material." 

Mr. L. Miller and Mrs. J. Gyllen- 
apetx have been gathering Mount 
Newton talent to compete In Die 
talent quest, under the auspices of 
the British Columbia Teachers' 
Federation. Mount Newton and 
North Baanlch High School will 
compete at the Women's Temper- 
ance Hall. The thirty competing 
student* will be In the hands of 
adjudicator Doctor Roger Manning, 
who will choose two winners, one 
vocal . 

Twelve 



"High See*" was the word at Bel- 
mont all last week. Anticipation 
mounted as the day of publication 
drew near. During the week, a pub- 
licity campaign was launched by the 
paper staff, culminating In the sole 
High Bees'* on 



of Mount Newton paced scorers with J 
IB points to help tils team defeat 
North Baanlch High School 4331.* 
Jacobsen was high for North Sasnlrh 
with twelve point*. Mount Newton 
maintained a lead throughout the 
speedy game but was out-scored In 
the third quarter 11-7. Half tune 
score was 23-7 and at the three- | 
quarter mark. 30-16. 

North 8aanlch Une-opt B. Hewlett, 1 
3; D. Christian. 3; Jacobsen, 12; ; 
Pearson. 2; O. Ay lard, 4: A. Schmidt, i 
8; J. Schmidt Total. 31. 

Mount Newton Une-up F. Preston, , 
10; O. Preston. 5; R Jones, 3; aJ 
"Ding** Hafer, l; R. Karadlmas, 6; I 
J. Patterson, 18. Total, 43. 

LOSE SOCCER MATCH 

Mount Douglas High School de- 
feated Mount Newton 3-0 In an 
exhibition soccer game played on th# 
slow Mount Dougla* field. Both 
Douglas markers were scored Isle In 
the final half by Colin Duncan and 
1 Harry Emery. 

Mount Newton lineup: Roy West- 
I boy 'goal i. Bob Dudman, Lamont 
Brook*, Ron Anfleld. Ken Curl. Ron 
Karmdmias. Dick Varley, Frank 
I Preston, George Preston, Herb 
' Steele, Roy Ekatrom. 

WIN TOURNEY 

North Baanlch High School 
student* were over-all winners In a 
table tennis tournament played 
between Mount Newton and the 
Northern era. The games of twelve 
points each were played In the 
I North Saanich High School audl- 



of cdples of the 
Friday. 

ENLIGHTENING REPORTS , 

Featured on the cover, which was 
designed by Miss Arlene Borde, was 
a foreword to readers, written by Mr. | 
A. H. Stephenson, principal. Within 
the two covers of the paper, ail 
kind* of material greeted the stu- 
dent*. Each class had It* own report, 
and these proved very enlightening. 
To be congratulated for their work 
are the room reporters. David Gujt, 
Jack Whyte, Maxine Fraser, Bobby 
j Clegg. Cortnne Smith and Gwen 8>i- 
man. 

Other popular storlea in th# paper 
Included the sport* page, by Harry 
Mathias, the social column, by MLsa 
Judle 



Classes Now Being Formed 
at th# 



with the large majority from Mount 
Newton. Winners will be sent to 
Nanaimo, expense* paid, to compete 
In *eml-ftn.TJs. Winner* from there 
will vie In the Provincial finals, 
MMslcal Instrument* to contend 
Include piano, trumpet, saxophone, 
tuba, clarinet. 

TTie object of the quest 1* to 
encourage amateur talent In vocal 
and Instrumental fields. 



BARN SCHOOL 
OF FINE ARTS 



PAINTING #*d SCULPTURI 



LONG lVONDI R 
A wonder of ancient Egyptian 
architecture Is the great Sphinx 
which has a length of 189 fret. 



OATTODAT MORN INC) OIIUIRCN » 

clam n coins march « 



of a father-son routine. George Kel- 
son and Don Mitchell sang a short 
rendition 



North 

Saanich High School will compete 



Band. 

wtth Tam Williams playing the 
coronet offstage. 

The Orade IX and X girls In 
Douglas House then did a "Rag 
Doll Dance." Those in the dance 
were Joan Nicholson. Margaret 
Stevenson. Beth Williams, Betty 
Ann Stadfleld. Bev Hearn and Bern- 
ice Perfect. 

A Douglas House Choir sang 
"Cuanto La Oust*.’’ The final act 
was a skit featuring Betty Yardley, 
Don Mitchell and Dave Wakelyn. 
Thelma Stewart accompanied all 
the musical numbers In the pro- 
gram. 

Fraser also put on a television 
show with Art Cornish as emcee. 
The .first number was "Ain't We 
Craiy” sung bv the Fraser House 
Opera Guild, Singer* were: Doris 



the special 
event* section, edited by Bob Smith. 
Several amusing and very anony- 
mous articles appeared In print also. 

DESERVES THANKS 

Instumental In publishing the 
"High Sees” was the school com- 
mercial class, under the very able 
direction of Mr. 8tan Cox, who cut 
and recut atencila for the paper. 
Miss Doreen Neff deserves a great 
deal of Lhanks for her delightful 
I illustrations. Another hard-working 
student was Miss Kay Betts. "High 
Sees'* secretary. 

Editor and assistant editor were 
Bill Parker and Sinclair Ash. 



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MUCH WHITER THAN MINE? 



al Junior Ilijjli Students 
Week of Busy Activities 

rtf RONES and i film loaned by the explosive division , 

EMARY ILOTT nf Canadian Industrie* Limited on 

Junior High Rchool Blasting Cap- * will be shown to 

| most science and health classes. 
ig week promises to be j ^ j> r i d » y morning, the picture pro- I 
for both student* and , duced by th# Moody Institute of 
:ral Junior High School. I Science called "Dust or Destiny" will 
the entire student body be shown to the whole school. 

nt at a special perform- 1 *'• ,h * Inter-house boys' basketball 

. league House II has maintained It* 
by Clement M.y. noted ^ wlUj , toul „ ( „ poUlU Hnuw 

of character* from the j ^ j n second position with 28 points, 
ckens and Shakespeare | wh „ e House Ilf Is trailing 10 points 
rformanre scheduled for behind the lender with only 23 
th# VH8. auditorium, point*. House II teams are ahead 
Rafely Patrol will be In j j n both the eenlor and Intermediate 
he movement of pupils sections and have tied with House I 
hool to the other. ! in the Junior divUion. 
f I he lntereat shown In 

morning screen ln| of a CAPTAINS CHOSEN 

g plans for the beautlfl- In preparation for the girls' baa- 
tawa. group* of CJ.H S. , kelball league play-downs, house 
II be allowed to se« the captains hare been chosen. In the 
of our national capital Junior section, the House I captain 
IhJt at Eaton 'a 1* Anita Woods (Division •); II. 

Rosemarie Ro*g (Division 10*; III. 

IF* SCHEDI LED Bwelp 0rmham (D1vU1o n jg), rnr 

n to live usual noon hour the Intermediates, House I Is cap- 
Ad ventures of Rex and talned by Mnrleen Pearce (Division 
other movies have been 9*; II, Lucy Tomcyzk 'Division 6<; 
r>r the coming week. A , III, Betty Kennedy (Division 101. 



CLIMATE EXTREMES 

Ontario has a climate that ranges 
In similarity from that of Rome to 
that of northern Scotland. 



BRfERLY HILL, Staffordshire. 
England CEL— A free set of denture* 
are to be given to a cricketer whose 
false teeth were smashed by a ball 
last year. 



Lovick’s News Agency Relies on Fords 



Whiter than brand new I 



Thai * Rmso-wtiii#' Only Rmso gWvy ibtM ia» tog wihday 
reiulr* brrauie only Rinso contain* Solium. Yea. Rinao get* even 
greyed and relieved dungi actually vbirer than brand ar*' 



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Enduring, rugged quality la demanded In the truck* that cover the 
Island for Lovtck'a News Agency, making their way into every Island 
centre on regular arhedule. For Uila gruelling work the choice has 
fallen on Ford, and Lovlck's now has Increased their delivery fleet 
to a total of Keren unit*, supplied by A M Anderson sale* rep re- 
gent* live for National Motor* Ltd The big tsro-tonner on the left 
U called on to carry a* high a* four and fire ton* of periodical*, 
with th# one-tonner and th# five half-ton deliveries loaded to 



capacity. These Fords go out from Lovtek's Victoria headquarter* 
regard lee* of weather and road conditions It la proof of the Bird 
performance that not a trip was missed despite the Ice, snow and 
floods of last Winter. 8. V. Wright, manager of Lovtek's New* 
Agency, states that some 30 years ago the firm commenced business 
with a T- Model Ford and ■ bicycle The scope and operation of 
th# organisation has grown beyond recognition, but they still rely 
upon Ford ••• 



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xpectations of Companies 

— The Some industry observers aay cur- 1 Ml 000. ^>rd B06.0UO. and Plymouth 
mobile refll daniaad hu been stimulated 

to » ^ «n m by wr. ol , Th ' "““'“‘.TU!; 

<* .horuxw Uter u. U» 11, «. . “"** ta 

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i bout th. d.U,«l Impnrl at <h, co.l “** , "‘1" 

“• »' .ink. and th* prodocUon Ul * 1 M,m *" 1 >« omln « ln '™“- 

I' 1 ” *>•* ; remitting in*, th, ctuytlor tlb-up , ta *2 prt “;,~“‘ ou *- , , 

j trade There frill be more price cute thla 

NO STO< K» OF CARb y e*r, but nobody in trade circles 

Whatever may be the reason, *»nta to venture a guess u to a hen 

stocks of unsold nrw c«rs are not | or hoar much Current g orating la 

rp piling up us feat ■> moat industry ! that they wtU be more essential In 

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National Oicter* 
Natiaaai Ore<«rs Pfd 
National Muklaty "A" 
National Hutisry 

Ns 1 ini.nl O. •oi Plp» -a - 
National Stanl Car 
Nsr'h Star Oil ... 

North Star Oil 
Obimio aieei Pr«u 
On ter la «•#«! PioUn. PI 
Or»«n Crush 
Pag* -Hsraay 
I's nman Com. . 



AultlM P. 4 P 
Abjuui pop pis 
Ac ml in -Atlantic '*A ,# 
Aunain-Aunnuc, pig 



Allied Chemicals .... 
American Can 
American Tobacco 
Aimerlean Tel A Tsi. 
.A liter War. Woolen 



Aluminium 



Aluminum, pig. 

Argus 

AabOoaa Uardwars 
Allas Bleaks 
hsihurtt Puwnr "A'* 
Balhucet Paver "S 
Realty Proa 
■ell lalephcne 
Bertram At buna A 
Brasilian Tranion 
Btteart A OutlUers 
B A. OU 
B A. Oil. pig 
BC. Eleciric pit 
* C. Electric «Vl. | 
B C. Purest Prog 
B C. Packers •■A” .. 
B C. Parkers ft * . 
B O Puvar "A ’ 
B'uct Mills 1 A" _ 
•tuck Mills 

Builaing Prugunla .. 



Atchison IVtueSa 



SiilJ-lltf stocks. 73. *0, eff 



B A O Railvay 

Bcihletiam Steal 
Canadian Pacific Railvay 
C A O Railway 
Chrysler 

Can Bdlson 

Columbia Oak 

Curtiss Wright 

Douglat Atrcrslt 

Dtipon: — 



Total sale*. 470.000 shares. 
TORONTO 

I ad us trials, I10JM. up S3 
Golds, 9 «.K. off .11. 

Rase meUls, 10* 47. up 01 
Western alls. 40.29, op .04. 
Sales, JM 000 



forthcoming 
In Dull Trade 



J. K. JENKINS 

John David La ion. president of 
Tha T. Eaton Co. Limited , hast 
announced appointment of J. K 
Jenkins, vice-president and gen- 
eral manager of .Tito T. Eaton Co. 
British Columbia Limited as direc- 
tor of The T. Eaton Co. Limited. 
Canada Mr. Eaton also an- 
nounced appointment of H P. 
Parkas, director and general man- 
ager of The T. Ealun Oo Man- 
Uincs Limited, as a director of 
The T. Eaton Co. Limited. Can- 
ada, and J. W Eaton, hutlrtant 
general manager oi The T Luton 
Oo. Limned of Montreal, aa 
director of that company 



6% MORTGAGES 



Oeiisral 

Osntrsl 



’■Md* 
!S»gi rie 



Ortvhound 
onodyaar Tire 
Orest Northern 



Continual Requests for Mort- 
gage Funds at 6* Interest 
“A First Mortgage Loan . . • 
Your Safest Investment" 
(Contact Harry Foster) 
Day or Night — Phone B 2101 

Hawku Foster, Ltd. 

ISIS DOUGLAS 

(Just North of The Bay) 



MONTREAL 
Industrials, 141.4, off .1. 
Utilities, 14.9, up .1. 
Golds. 44.44. up 19. 
Papers. 2*1.43. up 3 44. 
Sal pa, 131.404. 



frond MktaU 

Purity Plour _ 

Purity Hour Pfd 

Ul>k<»4« 0Hk A" — 

IUIU r\< 011k 

Ruuuh lug 

SI tAWrwiM* Carp Cam 
»t Uvrrrua Carp Ul Pfd 
hi Uirrixr Curb 2nd Pld 
ferarlr -'A' 

Shawlnlgoi, 

anawmlkat. ’S' Pig. 

hhta * Brtatrika *'A^ 

<u« k Ui«u«rl«k 

hick. Brsvkrisi. VT. 
Eimpaon k -'A .. . 

Simpkon • • B 
Auituitau'k Pig. 

N aiain e co Com . _ 
Suul.iaki 

St, Laerrac* Par>pr 
0t L*«r»ncs r»,,kt Pig. 

Big Chon 

aid cii.ia Pig 

0tu Paving 

Bta. Paving PIS 

0ianl«y Brock “A" 

•t anloy Brock. Pig. 

0ie*i ol Canada 

0tol hi («naga Pig, 

O Tatublri) 
it TatBMiu rid 
Tovinr i*«-«u«n, a Corson 
Tavior p*ar*oa a Carton Pld 
Tip lop TaUor* 

Oman o«« 

Ueitkd Corp "A 

Uuupg Corp 

Unit to Pukl "A' Pig. 

Untikg Pu»I ”B" Pig. . .. 
Dulled SihI 

*rt*»o Cotton 

Waikir. O. If W 

Wfktaol prog* ... 

Wliiim Oroc. 

w«»i*n» Uroi. "A'* . 

W»i i»rn OrtK "I" „ 



tmcrnatianal lUrwitrr 
lnurooUsnal Nlckal 

Johua-MartVlUa 

Krsnaeutv Cosstr 

leav* Thsatrs 

Munlgomtrv Ward — _ 

Nrw York Central 

Norfolk Wrturn 



ft> I.N.3. and C.F. 

Stocks c loot'd unchanged losllghtly 
lower in a dull Saturday session 
Volume was 620.000 shares 
While mduAinttl gams and minuses 
about cancelled out. rails and 
utilities weru on the low side 
Bonds were quiet and narrow 
Curb stocks were easier 
Cotton and grains were higher, 
both rerovenng alter early wealc- 
nesk 

TREND INDEFINITE 

No definite trend developed m any 
group on the Toronto Stock Ex- 
change yesterday with narrow 
changer, showing' on the compara- 
tively tow UAiies traded. Volume bus 
about 600.000 shares. 

Most utility stocks showed a weak 
U ndency. 

The final hour uttw a little interest 
displayed in bas* metals but action 
was light und price changes were 
small Western oils were neglected 
and showed no Important movement. 

Lower priced issues in golds saw 
some action but seniors were left 
pretty well alone. 



BUfltliktOU hlrv) 

• u/!»k * Co A" 

Bucru At Cu. B ' 1^* 

Buriavg Orvdock ••A’* 

Cuiiag* cement 
Canada Okravut, pig. 

Canada Mklilm 
Canada Packara "A'' 

Canada Parker. • B” 

Canada Btc.mahlp Linm 
C anada BUamthip Unc pfg. 
Canada Wtra A Cabla A 
Canada Wir. A Cabla 
Canadian Bakvrlc 
C-vnaglan B'tarrirt 
Canadian Cannvri 
Car.adian Cannrr. ut pid 
C-nagiau Cannria Otiu., pld 
Canadian CAP 
Canadian CAP -A 
Canodtan Caltnva* 

Canadian Cal 41 1» a«r , pld. 
Canadian Cal 11 mi Bar . pfd 
Car.adian Pood Produrt. 
Canadian Pund Prod'irtk "A" 
Canadian Ind Al Voting 
t ar.adlan lnd Al M 

< inadian 1 r* lv» 

Canadian C7i! f'o, 

Canadian Pkaltic Railvay 
Cm-kahutl pi„v 
cun*. BakertM 
Cntig. Bmkltrvi 
Coi kumart' Oo. 

Cwmo* Imuarlal 
Davit Lvalhvr “A" 
r»a‘lk L*aiti*r ' B * 
rn-'Uitr* Cum -Baa«ran-t .. 
Dominion Pndy A *'d»! 

D* minion Bl**l A Coal -B'* 
tv -minion Stoma 
Dominion Tar A Cham 
Dominion T»r A Cliem. pfd 
Dominion TktMla 
Eddy Pa atr ”4” — 



Northern Pan fir 



Par Ijtt Eir«. 
Packard Molar* 
Pknu Railvay 

Nan Cola 
Pracur Catania 
Pub H»| N J. 



ancouver 

Listed 



Rrputttlc Bted 
Sairway hiarea 
S.Mo.ry Duilllkra 
Btandard Calif 

Slanitard Oil N J 



Canadian Fund Special Shares 

Skarahatgart will bv gratlflkd tv mat# tba nraBaal 
•vadlllva ml Ibalr »>mm aililbltad by tk« Anaool 
*»»•»!. W* avallava U nravoral lb* aarrbao* af 
th«M abarra. Pull datatU mpmm 



Bvari Kocuuik 

y 

BnuUikl n Pacific 
Boa C»J BiliHiti 

Southern Ral.way 
T»ka» Corp 

Ohio n Carulda 

Union Par. At 



• Hagar InvraimctiUi. I.ld I 

OILS 

Bid 

Anaconda 07 

Anglo-Canadian 3(3 

A P Coo Ml 

Atlantic , I an 

Urn lah Dominion 73 

CAE Corporal. on . . 
Calmurit tS 

Central LtllM I II 



smess 



A. E. Amw A Co. Limited. U 
currently offering 30450 clao* * , A" 
Ahurta of The Bt. till ford Corduge 
Company, Limited, at 915 a share. 
The offering does not constitute new 
financing by the company a* the 
shares are being offered by A E 
Ames A Cf 



CommoMwiralth 
Continental 041 
Dalhnualr 
Baa t ladur 
eodvra'ki! Pvrrolati 
Pont h Ilia 

flaiifral Prtrolouro 
rWurrrl Prtroir^oi 
qion. on 
Murfal 
f»-l H.,i 

Highxiod SarrM 
ITom* Oi7 
Lodur Vt.i 
Mr Di-ilgali K.guf 



Unlisted 
loronto Mines 

•Cal III* A McCarthy. Ltd i 



Spring is the lime to Sell 



I,i»t with us now. snd get Ke»ulis 



Limited, on behalf of 
certain shareholders of the company. 

At a recent meeting of ahurt- 
hoidera the common shares of the 



S .t'-throoki. T H . aid. 
P'tmouv PUv»n 
Panny r»rrt,»- 
N4(n| nrain 
Wtrol Oraln pfd. 

Pr.»,1 Vlnu,r -A" 
Pr.i.ngatlan 

Pr«**r Cotnpantek . .. 
Fiatfr, pit* 

Oa'lnaau Pnacr 
n«tin*».i Povcr ik. pld 
CJenkral Biffl W*r»* 
nrn-r.l Pi..| Ware*, pld 



company were subdivided into claim 



little lower but there was very little 
activity behind the weaker tone. 



"A" and claas "B" shares and It is a 
portion of the now outstanding 
rlass “A” * ha res that are now 
being offered. 

All the cumulative redeemable 
sinking fund fim preference shares 
of the company have been called 
for redemption on April IS. 1430. al 
926.30 and accrued dividend per 
share so that upon completion nf 
the outstanding 



Mode) on 
National Prirulfim 

Otalta 

Parlflr Prtrnlaum „ 
Prlnfraa 

Noral Canadian 

Rnralita 

Routh Braowau 



jCralbbv 

17 Oan Cuw»r 

«» Kantian 

Tt Krnbat 

07 t.aoallt 

« 9 }.*»• Eap. 

|| I Mata 

,, Mrtalore ■ ■ — 

Mlndu* 

. Muriua 1 ' 

J* N«v Au< 

« Nuibtau 

M» OkUnd 

N» Ordala 

I Pa«rallk - 

Ray it- 

«S | Rhyollia 
M) Rif h Uroup 

01 Bunbkar 
• 7 YiKinf Da‘1d»nn 
' Na'lonal Malartk 
*7 I National Malartk, 
” Obalaki. a»w 

*4 , X alii I a 

JS | HtdvatWT 

I Cojvray 
' Nk»l.< 

I BadWvnd 

N i Itua.n-an It, i 
y itmplra 

Aaehar _ . 

Carnogla 

.11 



K. Ames & ( o 

Bmiii .oak Isl^bHikmd 1*39 



AkO*»t«t C«lu 
Bril Amai Bank Nnla 
D C Fulp A Patiar 
Br Pufi, A Paptr Pld 

lirovn Co. 

Brown Co Pld 
CAD Sugar 
Canada Vincgart 

Canadian Bronac 
Canadian Bronrv Pfd. . , 
Canadian Colton. 



Toronto Stock Esrhange 
Montreal Stock ticiiangc 

Royal Tnal HmMtng • 612 View Strnot, Vlrtyru, HC 
Tftiephano t t 4171 



this redemption 
capitalisation of the company will 
consist of 60.000 ciaitr ‘‘A'' shares 
and 80.000 class "B" share*, both 
without par value. 



Canadian Vicktr* 

Canadian Wati lumbar 

Canadlari WcatinglKMiM 

Con*. Papar 

Dim Bridge 

Dmn Ola«« Pfd _ 

Dnin Oik loth 

Unnuafona Papar 

Dryaan Paimr 

llayr* Btaal 

Intar Papar I 

!•» tar Pai-r Pfd 

M A O Papar 
Niagara Wlra Wasting 

* •* si v tv flour 
OgiKta Ptntir Pld 
Pn»a B' 

Bouihmn 



Bayonna ConaoltdaUd 
Oralnrna 

Bndgr Ki»ar Con 

BRX tt»3»i 

Canuar Caribou , 

Caribou Oold 

Congrraa 

Cuyunl Oold 

Oaorg* Cnppar 

Orandrtav 
Omll Wlhkrr a 



Nlnda A r»,M. h 

If, 'Ward gmllh 
Tmnarlnl 041 
T'nn-r'al TtPiarrn 
Tutparikl Tnharrn 4*1 

Tnd’,airial Arrrntanca 
Tnall* John 
Inirmattnnal itronir 
7nt-niatt«ifia! Nrmif* 
Intamatkinal llNi't 



EDMONTON. Feb. 23 CP'.— Con- 
tract for construction of the 
2 000,000-ba rrel-per-yrar refinery on 
the eastern outskirts of Edmuntno 
for the Bri'ish American Oil Co., 
Ltd , has been awarded to Cana- 
dian Kellogg Oo, Ltd. of Toronto, 
It was reported here Friday While 
the estimated coat of the plant has 
not been announced it is believed to 
be more than 9* 000,000 



Infernal Innal Vr'alr t.M 
Int»rna»lrMiaI Nlrkrl 
7m«rnaMt)<>al Patrolamn 
Kelvlnator 



Market 



InyktUhani 



Cduuidinn Govern m Bn t, Municipal 
and Corporation Becurltio* 



Labatt iJi.hi 
Laka of lh» W<w.t|i> 
Laka of Uto Woods P 
Lang tJ A t A Non 
Laura ftorerd 
fob'av Ctrnr *' A' 
Lot-lav (||«. ' l» • 

I *«, >i 

MarMlllan "A ’ 
MarMIIUn *W 
Maul* Haf Mill 



Pr»mi#r Bordar 

Prirairar 

Qualktna Coppwr , 

R»d Hsvk- .. 

Rerrrs Mf Dona Id . ____ 
Rena Cold 
Ph*»T> Crrrk 

Bltbafe Premlar 

Si Irrr Rldg* 

Nllrer Standard . 

4'irf Inlet OoM 

Tak 'J Riser 

Taylor Bridge 

Dllra 

Vanarda 

Wslllngmo _ ... . 

DfltrSTRIALB 
BC. Poreal Prado* U 
BC Turf 

Durrard Drydork "A'* 

Canadian W*« Lumbar. 
Capital Ektalea 



To producer 
Grade "A" 1st 
Grade “A" Met 
Grade “B“ ... 
PullMS 
Wholesale : 
Orade "A" Lai 
Or*de 'A" Me< 
Grade "B" ... 
Pullets 



Preferreds 



Hank nf Cammerra Ji*4 j.i 



BIRMINGHAM. EngUnd 4CP>— 
A runaway horse drsggtnc * 
baker * rart, hit a truck and four 
motorcyrlaa, knocked down two 
lamp posts and demolished a road 
safety klgu 



Wood!, Gundy Sc Company 



'« I !4oy*| Bank af Canada 



612 View Street 
Phone 

Rescon 4261 



AbttIM <tt Ml> 
Aluminum -Ilk Pari 
A C Tel •»*> Par . 
B A. Oil i|2) ran . 
fl C Fleelna — 
p r glertrlr — 
B C. Talenhon# 

M C Telephona 

Blua Rlht-in 
Calgary Pfvyr 
Canadian Bn*wae 
Can Cefanete i»l TS' 
Can ULUIOkk 
CW Nl Oa» '«« f 
Dvm'.nlun Malting 
Donraoona 
Prater 
Oa'lnesu 

titneral Hire I Ware* 
Hovatd Hmlth iMO 

Imparl a. loe <4D I 
Nai Qrooar* <41 »#• 
Power Corp 



Montreal Industrials 



Eddy Paper 



Canadian Tnvedmrnt 1 

g anadian Bank of Cmm 

iminlon (link 
Imperial Rank 
Rank »f Montreal 
Bank Of N n« .* nil. 
Roral Hank of Canada 
I)*nk of Totonto 
A ' Sle-I 

Abi'int, ,-qih. 

Abltlhf. vfd 

Atcnma Btaal 

AltiailBUB. r»m 
Aluailaunt. pfd. 

A»b»«'na Corp 

Ralburd * , A” 

Bell Telephone 
Braktllan TYa'tinn 
Br AitiM Ol' 

B C Pnre«l Prod, 

BC- Power -A~ 



Elyrtmlus 

Pamoua Pla>»ra 
Panny Pa-m*r 
FtkOt Air, raft 
Pufd of Canada 

Pi'iindaMan 0a. 
Prayer Cu 



B'everle* 



Brink Mllia 'A 

Brurk Mill* ”B' 

H R MxUIUm ' B ‘ 
Pa«iBe Coy la 
Powell Rlyer 

bun Pabll.hlng 

Wattmtnyur * A" 
Waatmlnatar Papor *'B‘ 



fmnerlal Tnhoreo 



tridiiyt Arrapi 
filer Bronae Pvdr. 
Inter Nl-ke) 
tnl Paner 
In' P»tr 
Jamal,# P * 
take ol |ii« Wood* 
tovney Walker M 
Mapi* Leal .urn _ 
Makory Harrt* rmn 

Uimr Harris, pfd. 

M. Coil Prant, coat . 
MarMlllan “A" 
MarMtilan B 1 
Minn A Ont Papar 

Mu.- hall. Hot" 

Malvina Brew 

Montreal Loco. 



Engoged in the exploration for gos and oil in the Western Provinces. 
Present developments are confined to British Columbia, where a 
permit, covering the Fraser Delta - Boundary Bay and Surrey Dome 
areas has been approved. 



ancouver 
( n listed 



Brown, pfd 

Bnirk Mill* "A" 

Brin k Mllia . 
Building Prod. 

Rulolo Oold 
Can Dnm Buf*r„._ 
Can Malllnr 
fan Nor Fuatr 

♦Jan Ra , rani 

tan. 8a pfd- 

Can. Camani . .. . 

Can. Brewarlaa 

Can Bronaa tm» 

Can Car A Pd/y., an 
Can. Calanaaa 
Can Drodg* A Dark 



St. Mlatoort 

Blwoblrg 

CnnoniJ . — . 

Canty 

Cariboo H044O* (nowi 

DvnUtnM _ 

Pvrtaral 

SSK i 

lltdlry 



NEW YORK. Fr-b 28 >* — C hlnAw a 
Communists art carrying their trad* 
offpoAlvb directly Into United Btataa 

factorle* 

Thoy ara Jumping over poUUoal 
barriers and by-paaslng aatabllshad 
trade channels with a direct mall 
appeal to American manufacturer* 
and exporters for a vast array of 
raw materials and ffnlahei produeta 
The North China Import Corpora- 
tion of Tientsin In letter* to Ameri- 
can producer* I* “Inviting your good 
aelve* to supply us with complete 
seta of catalogue* and descriptive 
literature relating to the materials, 
equipment and machinery you are 
In a poeltion to eupply." 

DIRECT CONTACT 
Banker* and buslneaamm In New 
York regard this as th* flr»t *tap 
by the Communist* to cut out 
private Chinese businesses and act 
directly In touch with American 
exporter*. 

The North China Import Corpora- 
tion,' according to Information her*, 
was established under th# sponsor- 
ship of the Chinese Communists late 
last year In Tientsin A Chines# firm 
In Hongkong Is recommended by the 
Import Corporation as agent. Th* 
Hongkong Arm was eaubtDhed last 
year and is given a good rating by 
at least two banks 

APPEAL UNHEEDED 
Bo far no reports have reached 
leading New York bank* of Ameri- 
can firms doing business with th# 
Tientsin organisation either directly 
or through Hongkong as a result of 
this appeal. 

Thera la. however s steady private 
trade betwee n Amen, an and Chin- 
ese Arm*, although the volume Is 
comparatively small. Much of the 
business done cannot be traced 
directly to Arms In the Communist- 
dominated area of China because of 
lha elastic methods used in shipping 



Moor# Corp 



HEADED BY SOUTH BRAZEAU PETROLEUMS LTD., A GROUP 
OF ALBERTA OIL COMPANIES HAVE MADE AN AGREEMENT 
TO DRILL A DEEP TEST WELL FOR ALLENBEE PETROLEUMS 
LIMITED. DRILLING EQUIPMENT IS BEING SHIPPED TO THE 
WELL SITE. 



Nailanaf Btaal Oat 

Ogllvlt Hour 
(*ag» llarkay - - 

Bovall Btrar __ 

*»■•»» Ci»t|i -- 

Rr'ra Brna .. .. 

M'lfltar Pnvar 
et taw Corp 1st pM 
St Law I’li par lit. pf*. 
Blrk • Braw 

Bautham Co - 

South can Pwr 

Btat.dard Cham. 



'ultima* 



dlan 

arth Smarten 
lymnia 

Isa c«pp*r _ 
Midi Iranian 
»ti.i VatlCT 
»»inr windfall 



Can LoensMiflva 

cm 

Can Vtgfear* 

CocUliull Plow - 

Omnm Slrofiol 

Con# Pai>»r . — 

Cnnkumara Olaai 

DUt Ilian anagrams 

Puli Brldk* 

Dvm- BnfirarTlnf 
Dam Paondrloa B Btaal 
Dom Woollana 
Dorn. Btaal * Coal * B ‘ 
Dim 8 lores — — 

Dam. Tar k Ch*» - 



Alltarua 

Am ■laojnatag (B C l 

Arrvw 

Baliw 

BrlUab Vmp4ra 

Cal Tan Palroloum 

Coaatal 

Command 



Btaal of Canada 
Tar lor r A c . «« 

Ta»lo» BBC. pfi 
Uni tad giant 
Walkat Onadartiam. 
Waalaal rtog 
Winnlprg Elao . nor 



Donna Papar 
DrySrit Papar 



In view of the widespread interest and the planned activity by res- 
ponsible oil companies, we believe the shares of Allenbee Petrol- 
eums Limited are an attractive speculation at this time. 

ln(4rmoHTi Bulletin Mailed Free Upon Request 



lanna Patrolaui 



Midland 

Nrw Ranchman 

Phillip# Prtrnlaijnj 

Snath Braarau 
Apoonar 

T'irnar Valtnr — 
Uni ti« 



flnvantmanl Daalark' A«a«ciatlon> 
DtlMIMON OP CANADA 

Bid Arkad 

lrt Victory Lit » % 1*41 l#l ion. 

Snd Vlotorr Ln. * % 1»»4 IMS 103 » 

•rd Victory Ln. I % lt»4 (» 1M 

ri; j ; n; w? i|r 

4th victory ta » % KM 
7th Victory Ln I S nil |03‘« 1*3 

rh Vic ory Ln. I n I HI K9S IN 

SR L. j J l*H g> «*b 

Damlnlnn IH* 1*3 W IM’* 



Cn Wn Lrrihr 
CotkViutl Ptoa 
Col Calhiloaa 

t B Iddr 
Padaral drain 
■ ail'd Rraltr 
dattnrau "n'' 
lluikr Oil cum. 
Intar Rtdro '4 
Uturt llarrtt 
McMillan IU. 

N it atral A C. 

a kanagan Tala. 
KWrc Cera. 

Jaiiawinlaan . 

k fttiawmlgan 
Almpaon r LtS. 

* Wpg Bactric 



WE OFFER 200,000 SHARES AT 24c PER SHARE 



vc - 

pc ... 

B C. 

Aibartn '1n« ‘ 
smart# Kit 

gatka'chrwan 

ga«ka'abawan 

i nkkA'kha* an 
«akat.hawan 

g taiioba 

nai tabs 

■mmm — 

anltoba 

qmni — — 



New ordinary life insurance pro- 
LcUon put in force ty Oanadlana 
during January amnunted to 9100.- 
U4JW0. th# Canadian life Insurance 
Officer*' Asaoelatton reported yes- 
terday. 

Tha British Columbia total waa 
|T,T75.000 according to the report 
The figure*, compiled by the Life 
Insurance Management Aaaociatlon. 
are based on reports aupplted by 
about 90 British. Canadian and 
United States companies doing more 
than 46 per eeai of th* buatneae la 



LIMITED 

VICTORIA, «.C. 



CORPORATION 

738 FORT STREET 



«V I HI H\ l*Mb 

irunrwlrk 3b* IH# H *t 

tpntka ' • s 1*4* Ml* 1*1 W 
%41'NiriPkL SBCUBITir* 

ivar I % K*T M_ •• 

ivar IN' «2! 



BEACON 5251 



LONDON CP> •— Rev. Frank OU- 
1 Ingham has received from his 
partahlonera hi* expenses for a trip 
to truth Africa It was to com- 
memorate his orill n auoc of JUS. 



VICTORIA, I.C 



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Monday at 

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On Sale 2 to 3 p.m. 

(If Quantities Last) 

■ 

No Phone or Mail Orders, Please 



On Sale 9 to 10 a.m. 

(If Quantities Last) 

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Great Store-Wide Event! 

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oo 



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Substandard* 

Dark seams. ‘lender panel heels 
ing shades of taupe, brown and b 



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Women’s Spring Fur Felt Hats 



FRENCH FRYER SETS 



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Maple Leafs End 
New Vin k Streak 

Sniilli l\i<*«* Toronto to 1-2 Win — 
Hahs W catlirr Torrid Boston Drive 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SLNDAY, FEBRUARY 2D,. 1950 



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Forced to take the Ice at Toronto 
without the aervlcea of Edgar La- 
Prade and Ed Slowlnakl, sidelined 



the line, also picked up an ueLst on 
TlJiher'a goal. 

Boaton'a hopes for a play-off *pot 
were dampened by lt« low, The set- 
back kept the Bruins ten points be- 
hind the fourth -place Hangers, who 
have a game in hand, with only 13 
games remaining. 

SHOTS RAIN IN 



Prade and Ed Slowlnskl. sidelined Caiiudien* held a wide (.hooting 
* Injuries receive, New I 

York Hangers dropped a 4-2 decUlou | nets might have run up a safe early 
to Toronto Maple Leafs lost night i margin. Oellneau batted, kicked and 
to end an eight-game unbeaten I threw out all kinds of shots and his 
•treak. j superb work was equalled U not rx- 

■* At Montreal. Uie Canadlens with- rfllfd Montreal Bill Durnan In 
stood a blistering Boston drive to third-period drive ss play 

win 3-2 before a crowd of 13,460 and w “ ‘"P 1 ,n lhe Montreal end for 
climbed Into undisputed possession two mlnuu * and shot* Tinned at the 
of third place. j Canadlen goalie. 

SMITH SPARKS LEAFS j * SUMMARIES 
A crowd of 13.596 saw fild firnlth **W ion* *. tooomo 4 

apark the Leafs as they climbed to 

within five points of the idle, pace- cionnor. Sunday. i.u&d 

setting Detroit Bed Wing* The * Toro*!#* r ■'»?•*’* 'Thamson, Martian 
flashy young left-winger scored two 

goals — the third home game In a Oardnar, w«:ian. McCormack. w.r 
row In which he has notched a pair *J?" mSK *V T Torvn!Ta.’*n«; 
—to bring his total for the season ^^ (lrt oV' i K,Y. i*. 0B v£«7r ,Ur ‘ Mo,t ‘ ' 
to IB. His first marker was scored aimmi p«ria* t ’>»* 'vnrk u*#u* 
when Howie Meeker * high pass hit gaol'll?: 1 

him on the cheat and rolled Into the , 

mt%m . T>ir« w-rvto V T-mo-io e<eith iMm- 

I°*L »r>. J *t I. New York. Puh».r <L*»w!ck * 

__ __ , . ... O Cannon. I* 13, Penaltr. B«e»en. 

Th* Ranger* seldom got rolling 

jnd «« outahot, '„„r n Z iiSKKkV • 

Tony Leawlck and Dime Fisher 1 «»»•*• Schmidt, poll#, Daman. tutu. 

■K.-.S ik. .y_ . _ Crawfard. Hftiderawr BelUn P amari Har 

Shared the Ranger scoring With a rtann. Crelghtan Smith, ft/intj, Maiontj*. i 

goal and on assist each. Billy O'Con- , 

Mount*. . DoniM; TUardon, Roii’liard 
nor. replacing Laprade at centre on [ t*rh K.'rtuni, Duaiauit «ub«, Harter. 

mwelle, Cure*. Harmon, Pltllm. Mickar. 

Rear. Uraeelle Mode I. I »*er 

_ _ rwr w Ktnt MrtMi I "lontr»» Ora*e!!e 

inehsh \l Loses P " URI " R,,r ‘| 

Ser»nd pericd a. Italian. Bnrir. 7 M ] 
PARIS Feb 2b ( Reuter* ' — L OoMon. Pwtlr iSrhtr.ldl Dumwrn 13 43 i 

PenaHlea tarh, f amen, Kr*«anow»kt. 

France today defeated England 6-3 Harmon. 




( lark Goes on Basket Spree 

As V* Downs Alberni, 63-49 

Pivot Are Scores 52 Points a* Improved Club 
Square* bland Hoop final — Next Came Tomorrow 



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Irish-bred Noor ion outside > passes Two Lea going around Iuj. 1 turn during yesterday's running 
of $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap. Behind them Is Citation, which managed to overtake 
etablemate Two Lea In stretch but couldn't catch Noor, which scored startling upset. Noor 
paid $14.80, $2.10 and $2.10 arro&s board. Calumet entry returned $2.10 and $2 10. 



Showing a complete reversal of i 
i form anil paced by the dentation*] 
t scoring efforts of Johnnie Clark, I 
Victoria's Y.M.CA squared the 
senior "A" men's Vancouver Island 
basketball final at the Victoria High 
School last night with a 63-4H 
triumph over Albernl Athletic*. 

Albernl won the opener, 4D-36. 
when the **Y" wem to pieces In the , 
j second half. Third game of the best- 
I of-flve aeries will be played at Al- 
bernl tomorrow night. Fourth game* I 
will be on Wednesday and the illlh. 

If necessary, on Thursday. 

LIKE CHAMPIONS 
Making none of the mistakes j 
which cost them the opener. An i 
Chapman’s cagcrs played like cham- 
pions and came bock niter almost 
losing the lead early 111 the aeouiid 
J luklf with their best display of thr 
season to win going away. 

I Clark spearheaded the attack as joKNNrv clash 

hw teammates, led by Doug Peden, 

| moved the ball around and gave him ( personal to the cheers of a capacity 
1 his chances to score from the pivot ernwd with a minute left, 

| post. The lanky ace made the most Chapman* starting five of Clark. 
1 of his opportunltif*. scoring 14 Held Peden. Rookie Wright, Vince Clark - 
! goals and adding four f;ee throws »on and Vic Dale played without re- 
for a total of 33 poinia, believed llet until Clarkson went off on per- 



TUUcum's Junior boy* doubled tlie 
> so»re on Albemt In tlie second pre- 
liminary game to take commanding 
lead in Uie home-and-home set lea 
for th* Island title. Tllllcums will 
carry a 22-point lead to Albernl by 
| virtue of their 44-22 win last night. 

Bom be ret tea captured Uie South 
Island Junior girls crown when they 
' downed Esquimau Wildcat* 27-2 2 In 
| the curtain-raiser to chalk up a 
; 59-43 victory In the total-point 
| series. 

V M C A — Clsrk J3 Dais » Mis 4, 
I rUrkMiu », Wright P tisitrr I, OUnu, 
Tooby. eirlcJ* Tutsi -43. 

Alhsml— Andrsss 4 Huchsnsn 1 ft'r- 
r*tt *. Lynn. KrrmuJr 10 Srkvi IP, MiU 
J, Durants 3 toilsrh 3. Total 4P. 

WttccsD -Hsrrli T 4. D«u*l«s. 

I lu.»» T, D*r 3. wiuism*. 14m. tost 3. 
! To'al 23 

B»m*«i#tte*- Y»iman P, Ht«tiin»on, Kaik 
II. IlsnKoro 3. Davuiaon 1 4 bi« r, 

I * t >rn>klins. sisphsna, H**rn Topol— S7 
I Albernl Junior bora Mcadrll 3 WllUam- 
! aon V rsAsrauiri. Srhlrk 3 Rs**usr, Fsrrf, 
UniUn 4. Hi, cl « fro't Iinlst’h. 1>nr..ii*- 
lot. ttamflsld. Tnlsl— 33. 

TUIIcuma AnPH4wi PI. Msmptr'O. 
Da. i»» 7. Abbott, ttlrchsi'sr. Whso 4. 

(Smith I. Vls4i*b P. Wind)#. Tutsi 44. 

Clippers Surge 



close to a record in BriU'^i Culum- wu 



with eight minutes left 



TIMM M TVaP' 4. TsfWr.to. (wUh title 

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Bui Kovals Don't Agree 



English AT Loses 

PARIS, Feb 25 (Reuters'. 



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mow thct stand The Cougar kms — their tenth in 

KoaniraN division succession — boosted their total of 

^ h 14 ua iw P i4 setback* for the season to 36, equni- 



• !«!«•*«' ing the league record held Jointly by 

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In a Rugby Union Internationa) 

game. 



TTilrd period 4. * 
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»fi 'Raardon Du*«au|| 
Prtrasn O*. Pouchard. 



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Lv ‘ W ‘Ti»k 4 , TAair !&&•' - | Victoria Cougars the waist. ^ by Sandy Milne and Morris 

U M IANVf. Bi g But the AUtement he 1 * probably Hamilton, in Uie final canto. 

rurlng most this morning Is hi* SUMMARIES 

Dear Marvin— 1 reference to New Westminster LINI-VPI 

nor' I .m .Till,,* .0 you » S aln without »n annter from you 
A lot of prop!' »r> beslnnlng lo wonder j<ut when you do Intend ' nlghl , nd h . nd , d u „ C .„ llcl 

to write. In fact, many of them are wondering who you are. You a 3 . 0 drubbing to sink them further t - TC'mVn ' *“i 'no, Tarala Kerr 

are already better known than I am and I'm beginning to think into fifth place. romtlTk* n 6a»^* 6l Da"n«ay BuU Ham!'f t o.r l *e*- 

1*11 have to start paying postage on your letters. Portland and Seattle strengthened • lroMJ - ttoppei. 

If there are a lot of mistakes today, you'll Just have to put up their holds on play-off position* e,n*<*.7 7*!,!, |„ rl lun 

with them. I'm listening to the broadcast of the Alberni-Vlctoria w1,h v,clor,e * over lh ® Cougars and a a* i tied), in r*nan» uartneau. 

^ , . . .. „ ...... Tacoma Riickpt* reknectlvelV Th* Second Vrrtod — 3, Portland. Human 

Benlor "A’ mens basketball game, and its hard to concentrate. 1 , . 'R*" 1 . i ss e*naiti«» autnan. H«wr. 

Its those whistles which make It tough. Basketball referees sure f>n ., ppr)od brPBk up a tight 1 r 

like to blow them, and every time I think of something clever to'contMt and waltred u> a §-l trl- twS5"!;* II l pShh?*.' n,.m*sn*K^: 
aav there's a nerve-Jangllng toot, which has had me starting this umph. They climbed into s aecond- % ^Ai.wi 
thing four times already. Maybe I can finish at the half-time place tic with Rockets, who bowed. 11 *• 

Intermission. 2-1. lAKroivta #. npw wksrwiNHTca * 

Not too much ha* happened since I told you about my oxperi- I (eiT'' 1 t'' 1 

ences at the tennis inalrh The Cougars have been down In Call- i '| 1 . lt .U tk , U A ..L. kt * A r^' "foX' 0 ' uii>L . ^ris.^'e^’m^' 

fornla on their awing through the Southrm Division, and many's * '**<11 If IM MUM l aerawoa. i rr* u.»**ndahi 

the time I wished I'd gone with them. Had the chance, too. but rav n. ■ a •» •> I p » rir -’ 5 *»•» we»imih»>rr r* 

turned It down becuusr It wasn t possible to take a holiday trip at 1 0 I Ii[lll /lDFll i*»*» 'r»"r«o«7 ourauit i "3 eanoitiM 

the time, and that's what It would have been with the club out of ^ ■ _ L * vfn ' ,,M *' Lo, ' , • , i,f 



*3 " "7 utile Trnnmen 

VICTORIA 40 »• IIMW1 43 alU * ,r ° nmPn 

Law« null. wot**. Victoria I. fort- SEVENTEEN IN ROW 

land «, Vaticootor I, St* Krtlmlntltt I 

*; Sralllo * Tacoma I. fcan I rancliro It btretclied their record Toad I'JR* 

•■rTTi 7*~ atrin « «« 17 »“ a r ° w a,,d thp,r 

s-.hi*. Uattanr at e.riund ^ 20th lose against a tie on foreign Ice 

Coley Hall, fiery owner of Van- ■*"«* defeating the Canuck.7 at Van- 
couver Canuck*, is probably wishing 1 November 15. 

he hadn’t raid It. Writing a guest Joe Evans notched an unlisted 
column In a Vancouver dally earlier I goal during the third minute to give 
in the week. Hall reiterated hi* the Cougar* an early lead. Jerry 
early oeoson statement that hi* Fodey blanked the Penguin* until 
Canucks are the beat team In Uie early In the second *tan*a but could 
Pacific Coast Hockey League and not cop* with th# Portland assault, 
Victoria Cougars the worat. ^ by Sandy Milne and Morrle 



Dear Marvin— 

Here I am writing to you again without an answer from you 



HI MM ARIES 
Li.vi-i'ra 

Victoria — Fo<3»t; luonaman 



. 3-0 drubbing lo .Ink thon (urU*r ; c f;'“Vf SSSSl . “X^fiSUKS 

into fifth place. Tomiuk, Davu, Bwnta?. Hamttian. 5* 

Portland and Seattle strengthened 
their hold* on play-off position* aimmast 

with victories over the Cougar* and aa.i.?-V, Vx? r.r.aiD*" Marin'/au* " J "' 
Tacoma Rockets, respectively. Th* ,*?*??*, p,rU ^ p «2 ton «* civtcan 

. . .. „ . .. ' K*r»>, I S* V»na!tl»* Outnao. 

Penguin* tallied five times In the K'.uak. uaui»ut 

final i. g, ... v >,n a I Third P»rlo4— J. Pnrtiand. Mlln* 'Karr, 

rinal period to break up a tight r , ammn , , „ 4 M .lna >bu«m! 

contei't and waltzed to * 6-1 trl- I Tlimluki, 4 4». I. PBrlland. rnuai*n iKfrr.. 
■ ■■nnh Th.i ini« . *.r nn H • • P»rU»Bg, Hamilton '8a»!ckji. 

umpn. I ne> ellmbea into a second- | 0 j; ? ruriiaits. iiamiiian 

ptare tie with Rockets, who bowed. B » r,e *v'. 11 ,a 

2 - 1 . i ancoi vza *. n»w wtsrwiNaTca * 

| rira» Pirtad-No arorlp* Ptnalil-* t*»- 
fell'— tejlljr 8-hmldt, Valenti. Chatowaki 

( -*■ I Ik I A-'ond Prriofl - I N-« W>»!mtf«trr 

li‘ir.|*au I!al Lnrn r ' r,t Uli>'. i* u e-naii'-* 

ill, II |(,S» l>< SIKH ( n*r**TOJi i -r» imal«f, U>r««ndabl 

j fmator', Dnrodoy, Jones 

... . . . . _ ThlT* Panne 3 •«'»» W-»tn*in*l-r la- 

I n I' * § g ||| \ .....I »♦ 3 34 j. WaaUalnatcr 

III I Infill 1()| || ,) l*» ipnredov Ovfault >"l Penal 

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th# play-offs, touldnt go with them and to Spring training with Eaxard Charles-Freddle Be- Pl**» Perl«a— I. 7*e«aa. jahneian the women's downhill title s’ r t>e 

th* Athletic* *» well, so now will be off to Kamloop* In .bout * ,„ or . Ior !h , he ,„*,|,n t ! North Angrier. Ski 

month to take an early look at the ball club. It was a tough title of the National Boaing As- ®w«*ni P*v<od— s. seaiue. Boorman r«n- ^ 

decision at that, though There are few who will argue that Call- socUtlon— originally slated for next **rJur<i p*nod -*. taattie. canoto <»«•- a course on Mount 

fornla hasn't got It over Kamloops for a two-week vUIt; but have Tueoday nlght-w*s reacheduled to- •« Cypfl!o w k ._, 1K ft , h „ 

already been there twice with th. A'., w, should be able to take da ? April 6 with . lot of if*. r~ — — 1 

I ends, and buta f.. If ^ eompetltor. from aeven eounm** 



■C ATTI V 3. TACOMA l 



Today, Tomorrow 

TODAY 

lev. ASATINO 
At MvmorUI Arana 

13 10 a m. — Victoria PUuia &«a(- 
In* CluU 

3 00 p m.— Capital CUT Mating 
Club 

* 00 p in —Victoria Maura Bkatlli* 
Club 

a 30 p m.— Capital Ciir (Mating 

Club. 

BOC4.ZR 

1 00 p * - Divlamp I final V*<* 
of Franca »a. WhUnaya, Lower 
Beacon Hill; aztiibllUiu, Bcacou 
Ta*i »• Hcanrfa. Victoria Waal ; 
Diviaioo II final. TtUlcnina »» Blue- 
birrt Caba. H#r»oo4 A»«m* 

17i tm Jfinti Bauer M«*tnortal 
Trophy knockout »*t let. p,»» Potota 
Bakery r» Jareca Bar. Mac4ot.nld 
Park. 

•Ol Ilk HOCkIT 
At at**Mi«M« Park 

1:30 p m — Oak Bar »k Orll 

Bcraicc 

3 00 p.m — Jamck Bar »a Kc-ji*l- 
malL 

TOMORROW 
uw ooc aiT 

Ai Menarlal Arena 

7 00 p a — Cionmarctal. Harr *a 
PH!.#tmrn'» Cki»op. 

* 3« p m.-CWnaaiclat. HcKelmao 
V* Dnualaa Tl»e 

1(1 no pm— Commerrial. B O P. 
T*. Civil Service 

SABHKTB ALL 
AI Vlclarla Hl(b Arbaal 

7 NO pm — Iiland Junior firla' 
final Oimberlanrt Vk fUvm'.eie*i«k 
(Plr.i aaipe «»I total- point *cne» 1 

k 'Ki p m — inland aetitor B ‘ 
vmum'i final Courtenay vt Pally* 
If ni iam< of total-nolnt uric* 

l no pm. - bmr t»t«nd aenior 
•B men s final, Kaey »• Knoit 
a glfoed (Boning aim# of U>ial 
point aerien, K A f lead*. 4*-U i 



Jeanette Burr 
Takes Honor 
For Downhill 

BANFF Alta.. Feb 25 «CF* — 
Jeanette Burr of Beattie today won 



defending bland champions, but In* lingering Albernl hope* late lr 
greatest performance c»me at the guine by scoring five points 
12-mlnute mark In the second half. BETTER SHOWING 

Trailing. 45-SI. with ten mlnui«. Every man on the Victoria 
left and their acoruig ace. Gordy »*„, f- * w action turned In 
Sykea Just whistled off for five per- unproved showing. The club 



»onalA. the Athletics started a rally trolled the defensive bArkboard* 



lingering Albernl hopes late In the MiW . lu . _. „ r « _over- 

gumr by scoring five point* I J ,ANAIM | °1 54 1 X ^,7 

i taking a 1-0 first period deficit, 

BETTER SHOWING | Nanaimo Clipper* tonight wound 

Every man on the Victoria club ! up thc|r lpafue achedule with a 9-4 
who r.awr action turned In an w j n oxrr Kdi'wna Packers here in 
improved *howing. The club con- # Malnllne-Okanagan Senior Ami- 



wrhlch saw them whittle the "V last night and got It* share of the 
lead to a single point on basket* by rebound* under the Albernl hoop. 
Joe Buchanan and Porky Andrew* There was little nf the wild shoot- 
and free shot* by Buchanan and j n g ^ evident in the fir*t game and 
Roy Durante. | the Vlrtodan* kept the Initiative 

CLARK STEPS IN throughout most of lhe game 

It «u then that Clark stepped In. Until Clark’* timely scoring *pre# 



irciuen me offensive oar aix.aro* ffUr Hock p y future. 

nl * ht *" d lM W Staainlock toep-d u., wlm.r. 

rebound* und.r lh* Alb.n.1 hoop , our „ , n „ , 6 „ r , 

13, r" .« II U. of Ih' wild .lux.,- „ rtjU Yraowlck .ufnrrrd . 

ing «. 'rtdrn, In Ihr fim ,» m . .nu wllh Llindm „», 0 * 11 . ,nd 

lhe ''"■‘"n*"* Initiative Mfl M| » rTO „„ Un , ,„r th. 



best-Ui-flvB 



CLARK STEPS IN throughout most of the game (>t|jer« 

It was then that Clark struped In Until Clark* timely scoring *pree ‘ 

Playing with four personal* against that won the game, not more than **'*' 1 1 ' _ , _ 

him since early In the period, he svven polnu separated the clubs. 100 J * 1 1 " ,_ d W edI 
dunked three succe.wtve shot* from U »'■* 30-25 at Uw half, with r ' " # ” p n " * ' * 1 . f .„ ._ 

the bucket, waited while Peden Victoria in front, and Lhe Athletic* n 

cashed a free throw, and then twice came within two point* before ' ,P M ' 

pushed up another two-pointer to their final rally fell a potnt short. Kelowna and Vernon will meet 

give hi* club a ten-point lead with After Clark* splurge, the laat few ,B *** country -semi* to determine 

about five minute* left He failed to mlnutea were merely routine as the who *’ 1 *" U* ***• team, 

score again and went off on hi* fifth winner* kept in command. Kamloops Elk* 



fill meet 



arore again and went off on hi* fifth winner* kept in command. Kamloop* Elk* 

■ ■ ■ I LHia-upa 

Na'almn H'twlft; WaWrlff, Kampir.ani 

■ ■ • ■ a a />. ra ■ ■ Bhamloek Yaaovltk, Carr Buba— OUmouf, 

11 I l| MM If * | | Wat) Lunfltnark. O Itara. WarvUk. 

Iliddlecoll Boosts L( k «id 

b*rr Oram*. J MlStlletor HoakUia. B. 

— FW1| WT . __ UMdltlon. e«Bi»nuth«. «. Kuama.k. Han- 

By Ihree-Under-rar 69^™^^-- - 

A Baran* Period — 1. 14 anatom. O Har* 

HOUSTON. Texas. Feb. 25 <INbi. each had 209* after 18-hnir arure* iwi 'WaWiftirr n 13 3 * * i " 
— NaUonal Open king Cary Middle- of 611 IfiTidSE?? 

coff Increased his lead In the $10,000 Clayton Heafner followed with Watt MoUin. b MMHttoi 
Houston Open by Uvree stroke* 210. The big Charlotte. N.C. profea- ’ , *••■£*;* 

today when he cruUed Around Uie aIohaI made the loop In (Wl today drift* 1 it i. fvaaaimn. undmin iown 
B rfe Bum . '"irae In a thre^-under- a;,d took a one-*tn.ke advantage ' 1- -.V,, iu'"; 



par 60 and tallied 206 for 54 holes over Chandler Han*er and Pete ' (*»nan*»i«irk' ism 1 
Mldd let-off. tlie former MemphU Cooi»er. ««w 

den tut, now plating out of Or- Harjjer esmr In wllh a 69 but *! «■ '* ,,*** M iT*i. 

mnnd Hearh. Fla., shot the same Cooper slipped to a one -under-par . -e - _ ^ — 

kind of golf today that vaulted him 71 Both luive 54-Jmle sooroa of 211. 



UNO 7 01. 0. Nanaimo, VMnakk 'Sham- 
lack. r*rr> 110' 10. Kelowna. Itan.on 

mrrnonetiurk 1 10 04 II, WanalAft T»*W* 

• Irk (Sfiamlnck Carr' II 41. 13. Kel- 

owna. R»— .er.rluirlr -Har .on. J MldSleloril 
14 M. 11. Manaima it •• am leek «arri 

14 t> Prnalllea- D Mlddlrton 



Into rime place after Friday's tou 
of the 6 725-yard link 

Leland dbson of Kama-. Cltj 
Mo, and Rot! Monday of York, P* 



V»L 

Montreal 1 Beaton 3 
Toronto 4. New York 3. 

A.M.L- 

Hrrabe/ I. Cincinnati 3 
New It* sen 3 B(irin(flaUI 3 
Cleceland «. PTtivlrtenre 3 
liwJUnapnlle 3 Ptt'eburfh 3 
Buffaia 3, 8t. Louie I 
4IRL 

Ottawa 0 Quebec I. 

TAP* BBKTON IDIIH 
BnlneT 4. OUca Bar 1 

mabitimv a«aina 

Bwlnl Jwhn 7. Monrten 4 

ORA RINIOR 



Kkmloopa. ™ ou '*- 

Ta^n, about bAseb.ll, It look* as If we are going to have a ^ 2?^ *™g to- 1 
good club this yedr. Wrote about the As in my last column. «o had Jw7 ^ hu „ide, and Ralph Gold, 

better not do It Again. As It Is. they are going to have to get close n-*hore s manager, agreed to the 

to the pennant to get me off the hook. Everybody tell* me that 1 April 5 date 

have been saying the same thing every Spring since we got Into j 

the W IJ*. If I did, I sure was wrong. * I J I o 

Well, It's beginning to look as If the Rangers are the surprise f lOCKCV ^POFCS 
of the N H L. this season. They shouldn't have too much trouble * 

making the play-offs with Boslon and Chicago almost certain 
to be left out. Don’t think that they will get past the semi-finals 1 Tomnio 4. Nc« v»»k 3. 

In the play-offs, but Lynn Patrick deserves credit as the coach „. rU ., t * Cln ,.* n "u i 

of the yea r, 1 n»w Ma.an a spriogrtaie i. 

Just who will win the Stanley Cup la anybody a guess right insunapwiia 3 PMurargh 3 
now. The Leafs got the breaks last year ^vhen the Wings and pu,r * , » *• ^ 

Canadlens killed each other off In the play-offs, and It looks as If Ottawa » qu*mc a. 

the final itandlngs will again have a big bearing on- Uie Cup win- rAr * ■■won avNioa 

ner. Whoever draws the Rangers In the semis should stand the *„ J . mwV * 1 tin* 

best chance, unless the Rangers should score an upset. The semi- ■ami John 7 . M«t>rt*n 4 

final between Canadlens and Wings. Leafs and Wings or Canadlens 0 " * sxniok 

and Leafs will probably leave the winner easy meat In the final. iraT" 1 * K»*eb*aw-w awr- . 

Right now. Toronto looks like the solid club. Ever since Ken- 0(| , |p|i , ® 

nedy came back the Leafs have been hard to beat. This Kennedy tw»h Mariano* • wmaanr j. 
should be a cinch for the most-valuable-player award. I saw him R . mlo( ^**’*J"io B " 7 4,?a,W * 
play In the All-8tar game In October, and he la Just as good as K*i*wna 4 . Nanaum. • 

they say he Is. The other Leaf who caught my eye In that game Tr%(| ( *“ 

was Sid Smith, who should soon become one ol the best players in «»«»rlar 4 . Nnara 1 

Uie league. He seems to have found himself now that Kennedy Is .^ ^”7 "■ W r / . W%P *. w * ,0 » 
back and this la the combination that will have lo be stopped If wkstskn Canada mniob 

anyone la going to dethrone Hap Day's dub. iw«« ». c. *. - i 

Picking an N.H.L. all-.Ur dub tbU year la going to b» rugged j rt „ r 

The Howe- Lindsay- Abel combination U almost good enough as V 

the forward line, but Richard has to be considered over Howe and ' '' '* a *,^o!ia jcnio* 

Kennedy and Lapnide will give Abel a tussle for the centre berth 1 c*ti*si»n. *, winnipp* Hiack 

Lindsay should get Uie left-wing spot. In goal, it should be between *’*' rr*L 

Durnan and Rayner. with Rayner a good brL He's the biggest T^raUtnito..., » 

reason the Rangers have made such a good showing and hasn't 4 

had the defence In front of him that Durnan has. Kelly should **.. pw«o^ pt»*«m. i. 
get one of Uie deience bertha, with Stewart atlll good enough for 

the other. RpillfVmHT W IIUIU — 

Tie basketball game la over kt last, and we won; but my cars , llc,ul 1 ^ ux 11 

at* still ringing, ll'a also getUng late and that deadline Is getting Twenty -mm yran m» Unrarraw 
ao have to leave this now. Know It Isn't much of a letter, , Sharkey. »h* New Fn«Un4 
bu t you can't expect anything ^ter untos* you write. How about ^ 

a letter soon, ao people will know that you exlat. ^ T h« b*rat .«• .f . Hrto 



Indian (Un^ps 
Too Costly 
At Shi Meet 



Over a difficult course on Mount 
1 Norquay, *he beat out 16 other 
competitors from *even eountrle* 
to capture th* event In 1 :30 8. 

Mis* Burr, a physical education 
graduate of the University of Wash- 



Haves Again 
Ilelj >s YelAion 
Defeat Elks 

VERNON, Feb 25 tt.— "Dave Mac- 



lour Twu coinpetlilve course record* 
a-err *el— a nine-huie 32 by Jack 
City. Burke and ail ll-hol» round of 65 
Pa.. 1 by Jim Perrier 

Frrrler turned up In seveulh place 

vtiUi a 212 tally while Burke voa 
tied with four other* at 314 Jimmy 
Demaret shot a 67 for a 213 count. 1 
Other leaders follow: 

I I Kt La/fena. Si An<fww« 111 . 7H-71-7S— I 

BoW OW*, OhrwvwwwrV U, TI-TB-ll— | 

I 914. 

I Km Mogul. Owet* UnKt. Owlll . 79-74- 

(4 111 

*fho lirnia. Oran* KaetA*. Ml'h , I 

7#-»l-e»— 3U 

Her.fr Kaoarai. •» AnArava, HI. 74-71- 

MOC- 7* -311 

Jar* BrwAla?. Bt CJiariw*. til , 79-71-90— 



. fcrai . 1 -a 4 

TUESDAY - 0:30 

Victoria Cougars 
vs, Vancouver 

AT MEMORIAL ARINA 



ALL atATB 9III97ID 

ai.047-B1.8B- ai. ao - 12.00 

ON a A LX AT 

aae roar av BttT r 

■ rwrwltsr, Au»r* D 



lne1nn 1nrik fh , nMrlv mile -lone kay" night In Vernon wo* celebrated J( «r* Wtra. « ooarN*. m . w-t,- 

I* auspicious fashion a* the Ver- *R N,r». i«* An*,'**. 7 * ti-w-si* 
run four-tenth* seconds faster than . etan (tom, Montreal 71 79 - 71—915 

_ , , .... . . . . non Canadian* showed more class n^,, vr,u«r.. wirwtta p*iu tv*.. 74 



BANFF. Alls . Feb. 2ft ff — Of- 
1 fir lain of the North American *kl 
championship committee ran amuck 
! up against a newly-nrganlred union 
when they tried to flavor the Inter- 
national meet with a little local 
! color. 



Ericks Mahrlnger of Austria. 

TOM LIN HON THIRD 



than they hate displayed tn .ever*! M#w Wll * ^ 

week n to doom the league-leading ti *i* 



Meet Official* approached the ut ,„ tt Aapen Colo 
Sidney Indiana of nearby Motley; 



nRflt Sandra Tomllnaon. 18 -y ear-old Kamknpa Elk*. 7-4, tonight In the „ 
. Vancouver. BC, waliyeaa, pUoed league final 

. third w!Ui 1:21.7, edging out Dagmar Fired by the honor* Utowered on 
. ’ Romm, 31-year-okl ski whiitx from their colorful captain, the Canucks 

Austria. M1 a* Romm last week won pulled away In U»a third with • r , 
the world s slalom and giant slalom four-goal display to run away with 



t.*w w«r*li*m. Oafc»M»L P. T1-79-7E- 

Ma4 3!’ an* ISHtott. 79-91 79- 90 
r.*,<4 Oj P»w 7m . 77-717 

311 



tlie rtetory 

Ixiudon and Oeorge Hayea, former 



... tod . y , n lhe flr#l rr tnl of H »F« '"W 

ivatrvatlon and wked the Indian* ! | # Arn , rlc , n m er t - held In Victoria Cougar, led th. Vernon at- 

to appear, tor a nominal fee. in c#n>{U for th<? Uni tlm<> ^ , u uck with a pair of goals, while Mc- 

natlra cnetiune. hutory — the 30-year-old Italian WalUngtoo and Bfecyk scored 

The Indiana agreed but said ^radster, 3>no Colo, lived up to singletons, 

under regulation* of their newly- prediction* by adding the North Foraey was the Individual lUr 



Tor id n, Mirihnnx * Ki.rbaa.t w aur- formed union they could not *c- American downhill title to world for Kamloop* with a hat trick. 



Ion J 

ora if miob 
O utlph t *« Cathaiin,* 3. 

Toronio MarlknrM 4 WinSiMr 9. 

OR AN AO AN W4INUWK 
Ramloep* 4 Vernwn 7. 

K'>o, n, «. Nanaunw 9 
SIR L 

Trail 1 to'oAane 4 
Klitiberler 4 Nrl«pn I 

wurriv r an ad % scnior 

KSruuni'.n 4. OMSatoon 9. 

Iirimv CANADA Jl NIOS 
Retina I, Calrwrv 1. 

IML 

Riii'ii City 3 Mlmoapwilt t. 

Bt Pawl 1. Omaha 9. 

LouDvIlle 3. TriU* 4. 

MANITOBA Jt'NIOB 
Wtnnrp,* ranasien* f. Wlnnlpe* Black 
Hawki I. 

PC ML. 

vw«n» I, Pnrllan4 * 

Varrmiver • N*w W,nmin*i#r 1 
BewtUw X Tarama I. 

Own Prworlara • I« Any, 1m 4 . 
flan X»4»#o I Pt*m»o 3. 



cept the invitation unleae paid $8 downhill and giant 
each for an eight-hour day and time championships won at A*pen 
and a half for overtime ' 

A meet official said: "Wt couldn't Additional Sport 

afford that many rock* for the 

Ston,T> ' I on P ‘* n “• 23 * nd 39 



Show Takes $4,467.82 
For ( )rphanage , Hotkey 



slalom 1 while Billy Hrycluk scored the other. 

SUMMARY 

1 Pint Period— I . Vernon, btycyk, 
! 50: 2. K*mloop*. Foraey ( Mills - 
39 Thomson > 4 40 : 3. Kamloop*. Panov 

(MeUon, 7 57: 4. Vernon. Walling 

ton 'McKay. Jakesi, 10:20: 5, Ver- 
non, Loudon iDavtwnn. Kotmaaen, 

2 11 55. Penal tie* Jake*. Campbell 

Second Period -g, Ksmlo-ip*, B 
Hrycluk 'Campbell. Mellcrf, 1:10; 7. 
Kaihioopa, Foraey fMellor, Thnm 
>\* aon*, 18 20 Penalties McKay, 

’ 7 MeUor. J. Hrycluk 



inirn »im a m ■ v 

j 0 i ems Drop 
To 38-iF) Decision 

Btecyk scored 

(dividual alar lii Duncan Till 

a hat trick. 

>red the other j Victoria High School Totem* Irwt 
v a 38-35 decision to Duncan Dealatx. 

K . l/»wer bland men* senior "B - * 

, nr ' n ' Ilnalist*. in an exhlblllon bwketltoJl 

orvey ‘Miii»- 7 _ _ . . ... 

xtaop.. FW , 

„o„ w.nin. *’ * 

10 20 5 Ver-* > ^ 1,I ^I UUrd quarter Tlwy led, 11-f, 

i TTotniram ,#n m,nut ^" Bml wrn ‘ 

ie«. Campbell ,6 ' J2 h * Jf Unie . Doaiata had a 

Ximiiiii, d 12-6 margin in the third quarter to 

S^TTjo. 7. *** lMd - * nd ,h * n 

feiior, Thom- divided 26 potato In Uw final 

tie* McKay. 

| "Doc" Evans led th# winner* with 



Commercial 

HOCKEY 

MONDAY 
February 27th 

AT 7 P.M. 
MEMORIAL ARENA 

NAVY v«. FISHERMEN'S 
CO-OP 

HOTELMEN e*. DOUGLAS 
TIRE 

B O P. vt. CIVIL SERVICE 

Adult*. ftOe 
Children. 2ft# 



Haws* ». The B.C. Protestant Orphanage and th# Victoria Minar 

v»i«n a t, Portland * Hockfy Axsnciat ion shared proceed* of $4,467.82 from the 

aaVt'wT t arena 'f ,,,,nin ”' r ’ benefit ice show *ta»;ed jointly by city police and firemen at 

a!" mrg* ^ V4 «w"j Kd **** *“ the Memorial Arena February 8. Figure* were released 

yesterday by Detective Henry Jarvi* and Fireman Alf 
Iw‘ni 4 ‘inll<*r lirn^— Adamson, co- treasurer*. 

■ trim min i n in n | 0( th|a amount> 65 per rent— approximately $2,914— 



Third Prrlod - 8. Vernon, Hayea 12 point* while Bob Rowe led th# 
(Jokes', 110; 9, Vernon. Hayes scoring wllh 16 point* for the 
(Jakea>, 6 31; 10, Vernon. MrRay, Totem*. 

13 20. It, Vernon. Loudon. 11:18.1 ^rir^; 

PeinJtla*: Krrtaiv>. McDougaJ). D. Oard 4. P. 0*rd 10. 

Melkw 'minor and l« rnmuteg mi»- j lean* 12. Cuebren* 10, 

conduct*. Wltluk '2'. basin# . ^ Jurf Btalty ToUj * 

n n ... It W 



Twenty -wn# yean ago Uawrrww 
Jock Sharkey, lhe New FngUn# 



ui inis amount, oa per mu — approximaieiy « I 1 * T a 

will ro to the Orphanage. The Minor Hockey Association \ <iM(t«llS 111 I 1C 
will benefit to the tune of approximately $1,452. In addi- MOt »cow Idaho Feb M 



but you cant expect anything better unleaa you writ#. How about J*^ r ’ tion to the above amounts, the Junior Auxiliary to th«*.. Td ^o aneated the waahmgton 



•itoiue. rvomi^. .wcuo ufou. L)MteU : D Oard 4. P. Oard 10. 

ellof (minor and in minute* ml*- |gDirr ? Ivan* 12. Cochran# 10, 
nduct», Wltluk <I». Bwain#. ^ Jurf „ talty ToUl „ 

0 | Totem* Row# 18. Hendry 3, 

'till I 'its 111 i IP Parker. HitCUon 4 Clarner to. 

(IIHKI 1> III 1 1C Wool let t. Robb. For be*. Zarry. 

MOSCOW, Idaho Feb 35 . INBi . I Oaklry. Mclnuwh TbUl, 18. 



Reach. Th# boat waa wit# of a aerira Orphanape benefited by $197 from the sale of programs, 
u fin# a hoary weight —raewowr i« The total ticket sale amounted to $4,571.30. Donations 
Gene Tnaoey. wh*» rr tire# an##- n f |34(j 05 and proceeds from sale of balloons amounting to 



tgrams. boakrtbatl team. 48 to 46 b#frw* 
Donations *A00 fan* at Mtwcow tonight to rh» 
a- to a ti# with th* Holder for third 



LINDE TO REAVE RR 

PORTLAND. Ore, Feb. 21 (INRi. 
Th# Portland Ba##bo!l Club an- 



» COMING 
NEXT SAT. 

IM ANNUAL I.C. 

SILVER GLOVES 

CHAMPIONSHIP 

bav araxrT taam ar 

BAT1 an AT. MABIW 9 

••i»i »«B4M nr iimnnu" 
r>to »I» MH *f mm iMmatau #4 
h Ww w, rrwn TtNr, ••# ANtorta. 
TO# •( tohi fm Wm M 



Gene rnnnew. mbm rrttre# an#e- rue A r . _# Koll/w»n« . m ».. n tl n « to B U# witn «»•»«#* ror trora | -Th# Portland Baaedaii UiUb #n- 

OUEaMNO DEPARTMENT: Rangers and Detroit In the N HL 1WL 8har%n u.i to brouaht^he rrnas take to $4 975 05 The statement *" * h * Nortbwn D,rtoion <* oownred tonight that Lyman Lind# 

•■me* tonight. Beattie over Victoria In the P.C.H.L. On Monday, m ita to wn. Un uu. $57.7$ brought the gross take to 14 . * >.» The statement ^ c***, conference It wo* th* who Mtched for a# n Diego loci 

■ takr lh# j fat j in the Island basketball final. Batting tnm ib# (>nma la 19C. n# to«i hsted total expenses, which Included rent of the Arena. a#cond win In two night* for Ui' y#ar will Curl for the Beaver* ihi# 

A, ^aga to date' At bat I0t, hit# 77, percentage .71$, (»* to Frtora i*n*r» to iw. ( amounting to $507.23, leaving a net balance of 14,467.82. | Vondala. eeaoaa. 



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CANADA S FINEST 
CIGARETTE 



BOULTBEE 



row * iTB llpn TATIS 



Recall T turner's Only Tx)ss 



Y §*flH (Fnlmtlal. VictoMa, B C 
Sunday. Fab. 26, 19S0 



Builders Lead 



Open Defence of B.C Hoop Title 



Financial Loop 
By Two Games 



Tim* and t**» pl»f *t!4d« If Irk* Mlxro 
Uiom ubw niaka avurU h»a4llu*a Sum* 
Jlvt out U»*tf >iru autiuunard bo a mrat.irr 
©I tha aduia'too ii>»/ aucacud in «h#ir 
b« 7 o*». txhero arc uulr-kU fonutun 
In IT- 1 fbllovin* »'« r v. liurrnuUiu.aJ K»wa 
BeriKa (It a tuba th» fia*»» ol nwru lUnuo 
to l«U of a fasiaua vrlaa Itofci and lu 
too ertiMipaia 

Hv JOHN BARRINGTON 

NEW YORK. Feb 3 <IN8i.— Ask 
vc u- ran followers of the prue rtug 
to recall the most vinous and ex- 
citing fight of all time. Chance* 
are better than even they will tell 
you — not of Dempsey and Flrpo. not 
of Joe Louis' second brief encounter 
with Max Bchme ling— but of the 
memorable series between Gene 
Tunney and Harry Oreb. 

Tunney— later the heavyweight 



seconds, a Ovrb ounch broke Oene's 
nt*e in tao places. A few seconds 
later. * training cut over Tunney s 
eye was opened and his face a as 

blood unrated from that point on. 

It aa& a miracle that Gene la* ted 
15 rounds of the fight. Orvb gave 
him a mm- (leas beating, and Tunney 
did ocUapae on lu* way to h>* dre.vs- 
tng room attir it a a* over. 

Grab went out and hired a night 
club blind and danced until tl>e 
nuvM clans fell asleep In thi-ir 
chairs. 

SM O.NU C HANCE 

Yet Tunm y au:d that early In Unit 
fight, he ducovered the weaknaw-es 
that mould cutter Grrb to be In Aten 
Gene was already t<» weak to do 
anything about tt then, but he had 
an* 't her chance nine montiis later. 

Thu time Tunney won, although 
he later admitted that. **no one waa 
, as surprised a* I was." It WO* a 
split decision with one Judge and 
Referee Palsy Haley giving Gens 
their bullota. One factor waa the 
flagrant fouling of Oreb. who runer 
regarded the rules too clcwely when 
he fought 

Hut Tunney a us Improving all the 
I time. Greb was an unorthodox 
scrapper who swarmed all over In* 
opponents, throwing leather from 
! every angle and making It difficult 
for a aclentist like Tunney to tike 
charge and ftght the way he 
wanted to. 

GOT REVENGE 

In December. 1939. the two of 
them met again and Otoe out- 
pointed Harry Twice mure— in 1924 
and 1925— they met In “no decision" 
bouts In Cleveland and fit. Paul. 
The last time. Tunney finally 
extracted his personal revenge for 
that first beating he received. 

In Gene'# own words he battered 



Carpemier Tunney went on to win ( 
the heavyweight championship. 
Oreb later was middleweight cham- 
pion for three years. 

Today. Tunney remains in retire- 
ment, one of the most respected and 
best known of American sports 
figures. A gucctkaful busuiMimaa. 
a World War navy commander, | 
Gene holds a special plare of honor 
In American boxing annul*. 

HIED VIOLENTLY 

But Harry Greb la dead. He lived 
and fought violently, and he died 
the same way— on an operating 
table in 1926 after an automobile 
accident. 

Few fighters ever lived more 
colorfully than Greb. a 111 tie nian of 
1 Irish -Oerman descent who reversed 
the spelling of his real name. Berg, 
for ring purposes. 

1 Between 1913. when lie began 
I fighting, and 1926. when death ended 
! his career at the age of S3. Oreb 
was credited with 266 fights. How- 
many more he had in back alleys 
and night dubs, no one could begin 
l to guess. 

Oreb was beaten only eight tune* 
and knocked out but once— by the 
experienced Joe Chip In Grab's first 
year of campaigning Well over 
half his bouts were the "no decision" 

I affairs popular in his day, but he 
I was credited with 112 victories. 

NEVER TRAINED 

More often than not. Harry- 
fought men bigger than himself. 
He never trained for a fight. For 
much of his career he was com- 
pletely blind In one eye. although a 
I rumor that he wore a glass eye was 
stoutly denied. Toward the end. he 
| was nearly alghtless In the other 
eye as well. 

i a friend recalled that ‘Harry 



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' by PAT UOBINSON ' 

NF— YORK. Feb. 25 <INS>.— 
There are times when Madison 
toqusre Garden resembles a meeting 
of Die United Nations and sounds 
like the Tower of Babel. 

Those are the occasions on right 
cuiys when broken down pug*, small 
club fighters, managers, seconds, 
handler* and Just plain roustabout* 
gather to mooch an Oakley off the 
muU-hmaker. 

They stand around in small 
groups arguing the menu of this 
or that fighter ihile they wall 
patiently for A1 Weill to give them 
a nod. ^ s 

The other day one fat 
manager was laying as we poshed 
our way through the mob: "^/islied 
1 could gel a good Irish fighter. I 
could moke a million witlp iiifn." 

And another chirped up:'' '“Yeah, 
In the old days we had thousand* of 
them and dozens of champs among 
them." 

OFF LN ESTIMATES 
Well, that lad was right about r 
the thousand* of good Irish fighter* 
in the old days but he was way off 
in his estimate of tire champions. 

As a matter of fact, there have 
been comparatively few champions 
of Irish blood. You think we’re 
wrong? Okay, let’s take a look at I 
the record. 

Lets start with the flyweights. 
There hss been only one world's 
champion Ui that cIom and he Is 
the current title holder, Rimy 
Monaghan of Ireland. 

LONG TIME AGO 
There have been half a down 
featherweight champions who were 
of Irish blood, if not of Irish birth. 
But the last of these, Joe Lynch, 
Inert the title 26 years ago. 

Before Lynch. Um> Irish could 
boost or Jimmy Welsh, Frankie 
Nell, Harry Forbe*. Terry McGovern 
and Jtin Burry. 

The I oat Irish Featherweight 
champion we can recall Is Joey 
Archibald who dropped his title In 
1941. If our memory la not at fault, 
the next previous one was Johnny 
Kilbaue who lost hi* title about 
1923 And before him wga Terry 
McGovern at the turn of the cen- 
tury and then the find one, Ike 
Weir, the Belfast Rpldcr, who 
fought 60 years ago. We can't 
recall any other o/thsnd. 

Now, 1« ' u-' Ute lightweights. 

You probably can recall score* of 
great Irish light weights. Offhand, 
you might recall Joe Shugrue who 
once knocked out Benny Leonard. 

MORE ITALIANS 
But how many were champions’ 
We think the only one you'll find 
Is Jnrk McAullffe who retired un- 
deUMted back In 1B06 Why, we've 
had mor*» Italian lightweight cham- 
pions than we've had Irish. 

The Irish welters moke a better 
showing with fellows like Matty 
Matthews. Honey Melody, Mike 
Bu 111 van, Jimmy McLarnln and Red 
Cochrane, who bowed out In 1946. 

Middleweight*? Well, the last we 
had was Mickey Walker and he quit 
that class 19 years ago. Before him 
we had Mike O'Dowd and away 
back before the turn of the century 
we had Jack (Nonpareil l Dempsey 
whose true moniker was John Kelly. 

BEST SHOWING 
The Irish make their beat allow- 
ing among the light heavies with 
G«urge Gardner. Philadelphia Jack 
O'Brien (Joe Hogan >, Oene Tunney. 
Mmr McTtcue. Tommy Luughran, 
and 8lliy Conn 

And among the heavyweight* we 
bud John L. Sullivan. Jim Corbett, 
Gene Tunney and Jim Braddock 



Ooktai 
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a c r»f«*( rrasui 
r. a a »!■«*• . 
■•(>1 Rank 
ImiMiUI Bank 
Sirwart * Ha4***a 



Sweeping three games from Stew- 
art 0t Hudson, Friday night, Shawn- 
Igan Lumber took undisputed poa- 
.srvdon of first place In the last 
round of the Financial Flvepin 
Bowling League 

Horseshoe News. Smith's Aces and 
8wlft's Premiums won the odd game 
from E. A N. Shop*. Orphans and 
Imperial Bonk, respectively, to pull 
Into a second-place tie with Or- 
phans. 

BEDE LEADS 

Eddie Dede chalked up 629 for 
hlgh-three honors, followed by Jack 
Walker with 796; Gordie Ritchie, 
760; Doug Ritchie, 760. and Hugh 
Cowan. 729. 

Lloyd Jones, with 332, recorded 
the highest single-gome score. 



—Cobnut*. Photo. 



iii aval Firemen 
End Schedule 
Without Loss 



Overcome 2-0 Deficit 



Phil Palmer Plans 
Comeback Attempt 

V ancouver. Feb 23 cr>. 

— Phil Palmer, one-time 
Pacific Northwest welter- 
weight champion, will attempt 
a comeback March 16 after e 
year's retirement. 

The Vancouver fighter, it 
was reported today, may meet 
BUI Brenner, city middle- 
weight, who returned recently 
after campaigning In New 
York rings 

Palmer will do his training 
In Seattle. 



City Rallies to Defeat 
Shu filed North Shore 



Natal r d .. n a lie a u 

VtrlorU f D 1 • t « M It 

Pallra * II e M TS IS 

Ssanlrfc T O. — « U 1 M M 1 

Winning two gomes during the 
week, the Naval Firemen completed 
their schedule In the PoUce and 
Fire Fighters Hockey League with- 
out tasting defeat. 

The Sailors downed the City Fire- 
men. 7-1, on Monday and bested 
the Police by a 5-2 score on Friday. 
The Bobhles edged the Saanich Flre- 
3-2. In a hard-fought tussle 



GelardVs 

Selections 



Then Just a time when It ap- 
peared a* though the teams, sere 
content to Aplit points, Ma c K ay 
picked up a loose b»U in mid-field 



VANCOUVER. Feb 25 tCP).— Scor- 
ing three goals in the second hall. 
Vancouver City defeated North 
Shore United 3-2 here today In a 
Coast Soccer League match before 
1,200 fana. The game was played on 
a rain-drenched pitch, making 
good soccer almost impossible. 

Playing their first game sines the 
transferring of Frank Ambler and 
Dave Brown to New Westminster 
Royals. North Shore held a 1-0 half- 
time margin. 

however, came 



the street unless he could smell 



a pan over to left winger 



Oogie Stewart. Gogle beat his check 
before slipping the ball over to cen- 
tre forward Wallace Milligan, who 
beat Reds' netmlnder Frank Ash- 
down for the winner*. 

Next week North Shore host* New 
Westminster Royals on the Main- 
land with no game scheduled for 
the Inland. 



1. Dr David Hill, Crack Reward. 
Undercut. 

2. Coffee Money. Shock, Bouncing 
Baby. 

3 Torr. Delta Eagle. Potent. 

4. Baltimore Jim, Newsweekly, Man- 
chac. 

6. On. PUayya, Halorette. 

6 Kinsman. Trumpet King. Broken 
Crown. 

7. Take Ten. Latco, First WhlrL 

6 Fast Mall. Airforce II. PoL 
9. Prefect. Lifter. Nassau. 

Best Bet— Take Ten. 

FAIRGROUNDS 

1. Quick Cash. Islam Prince. Do Do. 
2 Joes Star, Frlxhore. Tiny Boswell 

8. Knnwlrdge Book. Chippy V., Scott 
Russell. 

4 Mud Guard, Glory Song. Wise 
Policy. 

R. Kitty Whispers, Senor Hygro, 
Punka. 

6. Hyp Oulnle, .Seventy Seven. Sea 
Phantom. 

7 Rlrhavon, Orand Barter. Flght- 
Ing Gal 

8 Don O'Sullivan, Arrow Rock. Sut- 
ton Place. 

0. Duke Reed, Uncle Mac. Lucky 
Doo. 

Best Bet— Mud Ouard. 



me." and finally. In a clinch. Harry 
begged that Tunney not knock him 
out. Gene didn't. 



men, 
on Wednesday. 

ONE MORE GAME 
Only one game remains to be 
played before play-offs get under 
way. Victoria and Saanich Fire 
Fighters tangling In the finale to- 
morrow. 

First game In the best-of-three 
semi-final play-down* will take 
place Wednesday when the first- 
place Sallora meet the third-place 
Saanich ani City hook-and- 



Bantam Hockey 
Replays Set 
After Two Ties 



The Greenshlrt* 
on In the second half. 8porlced by 
Johnny MucKay. who replaced Ivan 
Carr at Inside left, they acored three 
times. 

Jimmy 8pencer gave North Shore 
their first half margin, converting 
a free kick against Alan Sawyer 
from Just outside the penalty area 
Fred Whittaker made It 2-0 seven 
mlnutea In the second half, slapp- 
ing home Stu Todd's rebound. 

CARR REPLACED 
It was shortly after this marker 
that MarKay replaced Carr and the 
winners' forward line b^'tn to J671 
Joe Jordan cut the margin In half, 
driving home a ball from a scramble 
Just Inside the penalty area at the 
17-minute mark. 

About ten mlnutea later. Jordan 
banged In a loose boll from Just 
outside the penalty area to tie the 
count at 2-2. 



Horsemen Plan 
Summer Racing 



PoUce. 

ladder outfit* will tangle In the 
other semi-final bracket, with the 
opening encounter elated for Thurs- 
day. 

The final series will be played on 
a beat-of-flve basis. 



The Horsemen'* Benevolent and 
Protective Association wlU meet at 
the Chamber of Commerce Hall at 
8 00 pm. tomorrow. Arrangements 
for Spring training and dlacuaston 
of purses for Summer racing are 
the main topics of business. 

Also expected to be reviewed U 
Attorney -General Gordon Wlamer * 
proposed amendment to the Horse 
Raring Act. The bill will give the 
Government power to shift the 73- 
day race dates around to meet con- 
ditions under which track* operate 



League Leaders 
Blasted 8-4 
Bv Saskatoon 



Agriculture In normal time* pro 
▼Idea roughly 40 per cent of Can 
ndn s total export trade 



SERVING 
VICTORIA 
88 YEARS 



counting for the Royal* Second 
game will be plaved Tuesday at 
6:16 a m. 

In the midget consolation series 
game*. Capitals and Bruins played 
to a 1-1 tie and Senator* downed 
Cflhs, 4-1. 



Doak Walker Inks 
Detroit Contract 

DETROIT. Feb 25 OT).— The De- 
troit Lion# announced today ihe 
■idling of Doak Walker, Southern 
Methodist 'a hearalded halfback, for 
■ three-vear contract touting art es- 
timated 138.009. 

EDMONTON, Feb. 26 (Cf > — The 
Edmonton Bulletin says In a sport* 
page story that Doak Walker, 
Southern Metbodiat All-American 
quarterback, will Join Calgary Siam- 
peders In the Western Intrr-Provln- 
elal Rugby Football Union this 
Autumn. 

The story a*y> President Walter 
ftpragu* of Edmonton Eskimo* re- 
ported Walker will line up with the 
defending league champions. 



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well groomed look that meent »o muck! Not greecy, not 
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MIAMI. Feb » «IN8- -Defend- 
ing champion Pe«e H»/r1e acored * 
3-3 victory over Ditrr Dean today 
to win the Baseball Players Oolf 
Tournament at the Miami Springs 
Country Club. 

The former St. Loul* Cardinal* 
hurler blamed putting trouble for 
his Ins* but his wife. Mr* Pat Dean, 
commented that “Dli waa playing 
way over hla head during the whole 



Cleveland Pair 
Enter Golf Final 

ORLANDO. Fla., Feb. 23 'INS' — 
Cleveland'* Toney Penn* and Ixiulse 
Buggs of Llthl* Spring*. Oa, blast- 
ed out a 4 and 3 win over Betty 
Bush and Clarence Doaher today to 
gain entrance to the final round of 
Orlando* International mixed two- 
ball tourney. 

Meanwhile. Chicago's Patty Berg 
gnd Earl Stewart ecorvd a similar 
eemi-flnal 4 and 8 victory over the 
Marge Bum* -Charles Far low two- 
some from Oreenaboro. NC. 



We refer, of course, to INDI\ IlH AL 
TAILORING, and as carried out at 
Wilson’s it is definitely "IT". The new 
fabrics for Spring and Summer have 
just arrived and never were we able to 
nhow a finer selection of the choicest 
Imported Cloths. You’ll he surprised 
how little extra it costs to have a suit 
Individually Tailored to your own exact 
requirements and fancy, and of course 
you may have individual tailoring also 
in a Topcoat, Sports Jacket. Slacks or 
Formal Wear. Here indeed is Tailoring 
at its distinctive best. 



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LONDON, Feb. 35 <4V- Standing 
of the top five eoccer it hint la 
English League and $cotti»b Foot- 
ball League: 

ENGLISH LEA til E 



Headln* 3, Torquay Uuit'd •- 
Houifcenu United 3. Pruiul Cliy 9 
Watford I, avudoo Toao 3 

Tiuau division ftoiiumv 

Acrrin*ton Mianl*r 1 hr* B:i*Uoc 0. 
Barrow I, Southport 0. 

Car Uite United 2 Kt.> tidal* 0. 

Crewe Aletandr* 1. StOvkputt County 0 
Lincoln City 2. Cnetier a. 

MnnrMeid Town 1, Itaiilai Town 0 
Oldham Alhletie 3 Hartlepool* U t, 
Rotherham United S. Hia.ltord City I 
Tranmere Ruter* 3 IXmc ««trr R,itrr* *_ 
Wraaham 2 , Uarllriyion 1. 

Tor* City I. Oataliead *. 

scorrisH fouirall cut 

THIHii BOUND 

Celtic 0. Aberdeen I. 

thuileraihue Athielic 1. Btetihouaemuif «. 

SCOTTISH LEAGUE 
DIVISION 

Clyde 1. SlolherweU 0. 

*•»! Flit l. Hibtriuns 1. 



LONDON. Frb. 25 iReuteix). — 
League - leading Liverpool today 
bowed 4-1 at Middlesbrough and 
Manchester United climaxed a long 
uphill atruggle by moving Into a 
first-place tie In the English League. 
First Division. 

Lust year’a cup-winners squeezed 
through 2 - 1 at Charlton Athletic. 

Meantime promotion- bound Tot- 
tenham Hotspur slammed South- 
ampton 4 - 0 to retain Us 12-polnt 
lead over Sheffield United. 

EXTEND MARGIN 

Another club that appears cer- 
tain to move up at the end of the 
season. Notts County extended 
their Third Division. Southern, mar- 
gin to five points, drubbing Newport 
County 7-0, while second-place 
Torquay United fell 2 - 0 at Reading. 

Doncaster Reivers stayed at the 
top of the Northern Section, win- 
ning 4 - 2 at Tranmere, wlille Car- 
lisle brat Rochdale 2*0. 

In Scottish Division “A." Rangers 
moved up to within a point of the 
pace, whipping Rulth Rover* 2-0. 
while Eaii Fife held the leading 
Hibernians to a 1 - 1 draw. 

Morton. Division ' B’* leaders, also 
drew 2-2 with Dundee United— but 
still have a olx-polnl lead over Air- 
drie. 

Aberdeen and Stenhouaemulr won 
their third-round Scottish Cup ties 
from Celtic und Dunfermline Ath- 
letic. Scores were 1-0 and 4-1. re- 
spectively. 



riasT division 

w u t. r. a n 
Venrhrt'er Onttefl 1 * 1 « a II J* 40 

!« 13 4- *« M 4* 

IS 7 • II 41 37 

>4 ■ ■ 12 29 14 

lJ ID I IS 2] 3* 



Sunder. aril 



porumoutb 



Blackpool 



Totirnhim Hutipun 31 « s *» :t »•» 

L'Dtlwl 1] 13 T 44 41 II 

llul! Clt.« ll S l (l II 27 

fihtr?t«!d Wedaeidiy 11 }» « |><1 49 ?* 

teed* United U • 9 .It 31 3» 

THIKI) DIVISION AtUTIIIKN 

vv. t. l. r a n 

Molts Count* 34 4 A 71 14 4« 

Toruus* I nttad 14 1 7 AJ 47 11 

Horn Po**»t .IS 7 I An 27 17 

NnrUiinJDtnn Town 14 7 I M 37 ») 

VonUtand United 11 I 7 10 30 >4 



tniao division nob i nr bn 



r»ne*»ter Rovers 
Rochdale 
Qaleihraii 
Lincoln cue 
Crew* Alexandra 



Alrdrieoulani 3. Kilmarnock P 
Allow Athletic 4. Portal Athletic t. 

Arr United 3. Queen * Pais 3 
Cowdenbeath 1. Albion Boren 9. 

Dundee United 2. Morion 2 
Hamilton Academical* 2. fit Johnstone 7. 
lOlticr M he d 4 led stair* not plarrd be 
causa of cup lamei.i 

IRISH LEAGUE 

Ard* J. Culrralne I 
4'ruaader* 0 . Ralymena Uulled 1. 

Derry City 3. Dutiileiy 4 
Olenaeoo 0. Bancor I. 

(ilentarsn 4. CUfumeUle I. 

Unflsld 3 Pottaduwii 1 



llllwnitaiM 17 4 

n;*»*r w Hansere ..17 1 



MuM.ui 

AirdrteonUn* . 
Kiinisrnock 
fkl. Jnhnyii'ne 
Hamilton Acad 



Pride and Joy of Fraser Valley Boxing Association, Campbell 
Palmer won Silver Boy award and 80-pound title tn Valley 
tournament this year. He was Bronze Boy at Vancouver In 
1948. He will offer real competition for Esquimau's Jim Woods 
and Eagletlme'g Ervlne Borgstad. 



LET US CHICK YOUR 



LONDON, Feb. 25 • Routers’ -Re- 
sults ol soccer games played today 
In the United Kingdom: 

ENGLISH LEAGUE 
riRftT DIVISION 

Alton Vill* 1, Writ Hromwtch Alb. • 
Blackpool 0 f*und»rlsnd 1 . 

Cbaritou Alh l. MancbesUr Unlied 3 
Bvertnn b Ariettal L 
Fulham 6. b -.*r City 3. 

It uddet afield T. 3. Italian Wanderer* 0. 
Maiichratr r City I. Qwll 1. 



B.C. 8ilver Gloves, to be held at Bay 8treet Armoury on Saturday under joint sponsorship of 
Victoria Kinsmen Club and Vancouver Island Amateur Boxing Association, promises to be 
one of the best boxing meets ever held In Victoria. Island champions will be pitted against 
tltleholdeTS from Vancouver and Fraser Valley tournaments. Wally Lynch of Eagletime Ath- 
letic Club Is pictured above with trophies he won as "Silver Boy" In 1949 Vancouver meet. He 
will fight In 100-pound class this year and may meet Fraser Valley champion Arlett Dale, with 

whom he has split four decisions. 



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TORONTO. Feb. 25 <CF -Teams 
competing in next year's Grey Cup 
final may use up to seven Imports, 
the Canadian Rugby Football Union 
decided at Its annual meeting today. 

By a vole of 4 to 3. the union 
decided to relax Us Import rule 
which previously restricted to five 
the number of players a team could 
use la the Dominion senior final. 

The Western Intcrprovincinl Union 
and the Big Four Union, both of 
which have two vote*, favored the 
rule change. The Onturto Rugby 
Football Union, which aI*o has two 
votes, nnd the Canadian Inter- 
collegiate Union voted against any 
move to ease the rule. 

TWO FAIL TO VOTE 

The Quebec Rugby Football Union 
and the Western Intercollegiate 
Union, with one vote each, abstained 
from voting. 

The delegates also decided that 
any team can replace two of its im- 
ports If It finds they haven't meas- 
ured up to expectation* before Uie 
club has plnjrd its third game. 

The vote was 5 to 3, with the 
WJ.P.U, the Big Four and the 
QJL7.U. In favor, and the O.RPU. 
and tile CIFU. 



gross revenue from the came should 
approximate $70,000 to $72,000, com- 
pared with lost year * $47,287. 

Side feats will be sold at $3 and 
seats behind the goalpost* at $2 
Last year the 10,500 seals available 
were offered at $3.50. $250 and $2 

Hie meeting also decided that 
prices for the Eastern Canada final 
will be the same a* those for regular 
league games In the city where the 
final la played. , 



Kiwcatil* iTnlUri C, Burnley 0. 
Pnrumuulh 2, It'.Nttlaftvatn Ciif 9. 
Wolverhampton W « ITerliy Count? 1. 
•1(0X11 DIVISION 

Blark Hum Hover* 2 Kaar.xa Tuan 0. 
Bradford I. Darn tie v 3 
Brrutlord I. Plenum North Bad 0. 
Bury 0. Coirnit* City 0 
Cardiff City l, teed* United 0 
Ci'.»M»rflelu I W..i Hum United 0 
Hull City I Queen a Hark A«n(rii I. 
Lrur»l*r CttJ J. I.uttin l'o»n 3 
rieimiulh Ar()le 0 HHrMteid tnj L 
Tottenham HnUpur 4, Southampton ® 
htieffi* <1 Wrdi*»day *». Ortmtay Tuan 

postponed 

TMIIID 1111 IHlnN ant I lit HO 

Bourneiniiuth ai d ti nth. I. W’aUaU t 
Brutal Hover* ], Brighton and H, Alb 0 
Crystal Panne I. Muieall B. 

Liner City 0. Kmur.ghaia Forest 9 
Ipvvirh 7o»n 2. Niirutanipton Taan 3. 
Leyton burnt 3. AMenm.i 7. 



ans Get Sizzling Display 
imt-and-Groaners Return 



Rain Washes Out 
Sorcrr, Rugby 

V ICTORIA'S sports program 
yesterday was curtailed to 
the Indoor basketball, wres- 
tling and minor hockey events. 

A heavy, 24-hour downpour 
of rain left outdoor playing 
surfaces In an unplayable con- 
dition and aoshrd out lha 
Coast Soccer League match 
between Victoria United and 
St. Andrews, the Phoenix Cup 
semi - final between Heaneys 
and Navy, and the Rugby 
games at Macdonald Park. 
Juvenile soccer also fell before 
the weatherman's assault with 
ah contents being canceled. 



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Wrmtllng returned to Victoria 
with a bang last night after several 
week* when six of the top light- 
heavyweights sent a fair-sized 
crowd of fan* and Matchmaker 
Rocky Brook* home happy with a 



sizzling display of th* modern 
grapple game. 

Featured bout, and the one which 
caused most of the excitement, was 
between A1 Sz.iv and Paavo Kaion- 
en. the Finnish strong-boy. Referee 
Nick Harris got into the spirit of 
things, too. and It added up to an 
enjoyable evening for mat Ians. 

HE USES RO!*t8 
Using the ropes to advantage, 
Katonrn was getting the br«t of the 
flea fx turned the 



Canadians \ 
In Swimmin; 
Broad jump 



Pori Vela 3 



Knockout Play 

9 

Starts Today 
For New Trophy 

Commencement of knockout play 
for the John Baxter Memorial 
Trophy heads the list of Juvenile 
*occer matchex scheduled for today. 

In the Division V trophy contest 
at Macdonald Park. Jiunex Bay is 
slated to meet Five Points Bakery, 
starting at 2 p.m. 

Whitneys and Veterans of France 
tangle in the Dlvtdon I final at 
Lower Beacon Hill while Beacon 
Taxi faces Heaney* in a Division I 
exhibition encounter at Victoria 
Weil. Both tujeles are scheduled 
for 1 p.m. 

Also at 1 pm. Tlllicum* and Blue- 
bird Taxi meet at HryWOOd Avenue 
In the Dtviiion II final. 



iraragemen 
Take Lead 
In Tenpin I 



TIMARU, New Zealand, Feb. 25 
•CP>. — Canadian British Empire 
Gaines athlete* won four events to- 
day In contest* with British and 
New Zealand competitors here. 

Swimmer Eleanor McKenzie won 
the 100-yard swim, Elaine Sllbum 
won the broad Jump. Leo Rointnen 
won the Javelin throw, and 8vcln 
Slgfu&son won the dtscus throw. In 
addition to this. George Norman ran 
second to Tom Richards of Wale* 
In the 15-mlle event. 

Shirley Gordon ran second In the 
women's high Jump, and Douglas 
Robinson put In a third place In the 
discus throw. 

The time* and distances recorded 
at the meet generally were not out- 
standing. However, Bcotland'* Dun- 
can Clark threw the hammer near- 
ly 18 feet further than the record 
he established at the British Empire 
Games His toss was 181 feet. 



match 

tables with a serin of slum* to cop 
the first fall. Returning to action, 
Katoncn threw about everything 
which is not In the wrestling book 
at Ids opponent. He was declared 
the winner when a punishing 
Japanese sleeper hold left Szasz out 
cold and In no condition to resume 
hostilities. 

Ted Ball, a newcomer to the 
Northwest, bested Rod Fenton. 



ItI*(‘i 0»ni» 
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Bcalnst. The 
I W I .F.U. abstained again. 

The 1050 East-West final will be 
I played In Toronto's VarxUy Stadium, 
j the union decided. 

I The union’s annual meeting was 
told that, with addition of 8.000 
j seats to the stadium's capacity be- 
fore next Fall's Orey Cup match 



A*« 0 Mllf« Faria _ - — • ** 

K*r**r* Be*l .. 1 »« 

Urt r Slrlkft « >* 

Iv trig's Garage took over the lead 
In the final round of the Mixed 
Tenpin League standings last week 
by scoring a sweep over Happy Gang 
while Cameo Cafe took a 3-0 win 
from island Radiators at Olbeon't 
Bowladromc. 

The lose dropped Island Radia- 
tors Into a second place tie with 
the Cafemen and Harknett Fuel. 
2-1 winners over Kerseys. Times 
moved into contention with a sweep 
over Lucky Strtkr* while Automo- 
tive Parts stoOped Imperials, 2-1, 
In other pairings. 

LOW SCORING 

Scoring was lower than usual 
with none of the fair-sex keglers 
able to reach 500 and only nine of 
the male variety able to reach the 
accepted figure of fair bowling 
proficiency. 

Wlir Johnston showed the way 
with 587. Others over 500 were: Roy 
Begg. M5; Jack Baron, 526; Ken 
Munn. 625; Dick Bowles. 523; Andy 
6pou*e, 616: Wilbur Webb, 509: 

Chuck Bennett, 506. and Art Man- 
eon, 606. 



NEW YORK. Feb. 25 <INS>.— 
Fred Wilt won the special two-mlle 
run at the track and field meet In 
Madison Square Onrden tonight In 
the sizzling meet record time 
of 8.55.2. 

Wilt's weekly duel with bespec- 
tacled Curtis Stone failed to ma- 
terialize this time, and the fleet 
O-Mnu was racing strictly against 
the clock after he took over at the 
inlle port. 

8tonp, who had defeated WUt on 
two of the previous three week-ends, 
never wo* better than third and 
finished a badly outdistanced fifth. 



while Jack O'Reilly and Amle 
Skaaland fought to a draw In the 
third bout of the triple main event. 

Brack* announced last night that 
the next matches will be staged a 
week from next Saturday and 
promised another action-packed bill. 



PRE-ALTERATION 

( Al r MONDAY and 
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Huskies uiances 

EUOENE, Ore, Feb. 25 (TN8) — 
Oregon assured Washington State 
of nothing worse than a tie for the 
Northern Division championship nt 
the Pacific Coast Conference tonight 
by defeating Oregon State 45 to 
50 before 8,100 fans at Eugene. 

Oregon State was the only team 
that could overtake Washington 
Bute, which was Idle tonight. 
Washington State has won ten and 
loat four: Oregon State has won 
eight and lost atx. Each ho* two 
games to go. 



Chinese Students failed to hold 
their 13-polnt lead In the Lower 
Island Intermediate ’ B” boys' bas- 
ketball final and dropped out of 
further competition for Uie season 
when they suffered a 35-13 defeat at 
Duncan i»#t night. Duncan lost the 
first game at Victoria. 45-32. but 
won the title by «v 67-58 count. 

Bob Lovett pared Duncan lart 
night by pushing up 13 point* while 
Thome and Cronk added eight each. 
Ray Lee and Quinton Mar led Stu- 
dent* with four point* earh. 



Sport on Sunday 
(»e!s Fndorsation 



PRICES GO DOWN — QUALITY REMAINS HIGH? 



Sunday sport, but only on a strict- 
ly amateur basis, wax endorsed fol- 
lowing conMderable discussion at a 
meeting of the Victoria Church and 
Labor Liaison Association Friday 
night. 

An I.W A. union delegate to the 
meeting said there wo* little op- 
position to Sunday commercial 
vport in the United 8tate*. and con- 
tended that Ju*t os ministers were 
paid for their Sunday services so 
should ball players and other 
athletes on that day. 



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Mias Mary XtackensSe-nrleve and 
Mr». B. H. Anderson tied for silver 
division honors In the women's par 
competition at the Uplands Golf 
Club tills week when each recorded 
a score of two-down. 

Mrs. A. L. Pncock was the winner 
of the bronu division with a one- 
down score. 



Each and every suit in our sale group feature* fine tailor? 
an eve to detail and long-aeanog fabrics, Including gatiardii 
and worsted*. 

Regular 

Reg. $42 50. * $h). $52.50. $55. $65 75. 

Size* 56 to 44 Sues 36 to 40 Site* 36 to 4 



Portuguez Loses 
First U.S. Fijilit 

NEW YORK. Feb. 35 (AT— Paddy 
Toung. a snarling bulldog from New 
York'a Greenwich Village, punched 
hi* way to a unanimous 10- round 
dec la Ion last night over Tuan Portu- 
guex of Costa Rica at Madison 
Bquara Garden. Young weighed 155. 
Portuguex 156 '4. 

A crowd of 12.655 paid 143 828 It 
wa* the first fight Porluguea has 
last In this country. 



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expression U a well * established 1 
Idiom. In -lo and fro" the right 
order occurs: One goes lo *a place >_ 
before coming fro (from a place*. 

Newark: All the dictionaries I've 
ever seen pronounce bona ftde as 
BOE-nuh FY-dee But I hear It as 
BON-uh fyde — fyde to rhyme with 
Hyde And I've alway* said BON- 
uh-fyde. Am I wicked?— Mrs D W 

A. Despite the dictionaries, the 
customary American pronunciation 
la BON-uh fyde. There U no sen- 
sible reason why it should not be 
rreoentted as a proper alternative 
Some day. In their own sweet and 
pedantic time, the dictionaries will 
find out that BON-uh fyde ut the 
I prevailing pronunciation in all levels 
of American speech. 

Ile;**tri! b) Tb* Ddl BrndKst* lnt « 



STORNOWAY. Scotland CPI. — 
Sea Cadets of this town In the Heb- 
rides have refused lo accept their 
annual grant from the Admiralty 
as a protest against military charac- 
ter of the training. 



4 Victoria, B.C., Sun., Feb. 26, 1950 Hatlll (ColoiUflT 



(lake Committed 
To Higher Court 

Island Hlgltt 



Harry Usher, View Royai grocer, 
and Edward Guile. Colwood. He was 
remanded to next week on the two 



lly trank 
Colin 



Hi ESTIONM AND ANSWERS 
TO WINII I P THE WEE H 

Stiver City: Why b il that Amer- 
ican Indians are frequently given 
the name "Lo"?— W B.M. 

Vnswer; it u a humorous usage 
suegested by a passage in Alexander 
Pope'* E**ay on Man: 

Lo, the poor Indian! whose 
untutored mind 
Sees Clod tn clouds, or hears 
Him in the wind. 

Altoona: My dictionary pro- 

nounces the word licorice as "L1CK- 
oh-riss I think I'll go on saying 
LICK-rlxh. Will you cut me on the 
street Mr. C.? — Mrs. H 

A Certainly not! In my forth- 
coming dictionary. I.ICK-rl»h will 
be listed as the Standard American 
pronunciation Let's leave ' LICK- 
oh-rtss" in the elderly dictionaries 
with all the other outmoded, none- 
such pronunciations. 

Pittsburgh: In grade school I 

learned to pronounce protein as 
PROE-tcen. But now in high school 
I a in told to say PROE-tee-in Any 



NEW 

FURNACES 



James J. Proudfoot la defending 

Calve. 



Emil Calve 
charged with obtaining goods and 
money exrerdlng Hie value **f 
b> false pretence , was committed 
for trial in a higher court afi»*r u 
preliminary hearing Friday in Pro- 
vincial Police court. 

Calve also was charged Friday 
with two other false pretence 
charges involving leaser amount* 
Complainants in tb*- pe*r are 



l API. 1 OWN <CPf.— Broad dUg- 
mul bands of black and yellow 
adorn the front and rear roaches 
of eleeirlc trains on the suburban 
linrs here. This h part of a 
scheme lo eliminate accidents and 
will lie applied throughout South 
Africa. 



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HOUSE No. 181 



D. L. MOOR 



A Either l» correct. PROE-teen 
aptwnrs to prevail nowaday? 

Peoria: When my small du ughter 
threatens to "tell on" her brother 
t-. she using slang?— Mr*. * P 
A No. The expression ts centuries 
old 1 Samuel, xxvll. 11 "And David 
saved neither man nor woman alive, 
to bring tiding lo Oath, saying lest 
they should tell on us . . /' 
Waterford: Doesn’t the expression 
"back and forth" place the car be- 
fore the horse?— PA. 

A Yea. for one cannot come back 
without first going forth But the 



pleasant view, it was nniy mtiuru tnat 'iimhh: 
IV A Deacon would n htiii-c t" ta).» ailvuutitc.' 
i >i tins sitoaiion. lie sunpJ oil, quilt* undersfiiiM.I- 
ingh, with the b«»cinciit. Here l*c n rated a huge 
recreation room with open fireplace and window's 
uierlottking Lite back garden. A French d"**r lead* 
frf*nt tins room to a flagstone terrace. On t lie >amc 
level is the laundry room, which lias ca>> aevess lo 
the clothesline. 

Living-room, dining-room and kitchen com- 
plete the picture on the first floor, except that there 
i* a W fTjtrnre porch wt j iertfT to the Vrrrbm whrrh 
overlooks the view lo the rear, litre would he nit 
ideal spot for Summertime meals! Upstair* air 
three bedrooms, each convenient i«> the bathnwun. 
The master bedroom is. unusually large, has three 
windows and a good-sized closet. 



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electric kitchen. Inlaid covering*. Three-piece bath- 
room Hot water heat Newly decorated throughout. 
Good garden with fruit tree*, etc., lawns, fenced. 
Garage attached with storage space. Stairs to tin- 
finished room. Priced rich! for quick sale bv owner, 
l.osv taxes, clove to school and transportation. 

For appointment rail E 4361 



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fen Rules for Chimney Construction 



■itoom hum* tiulll to 
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tat Hi. low prlr. of 
rr f*»* it floor SOS'-* 



Like the foundation* of yuur | fireplace, do not pile wood or rub- 
house. chimney* must be built right bish against their doors In the ba*e- 
the first time . . . repairs later ment. Keep free spare around th*m 
on will prove a costly and compU- so that ashes can be readily re- 
catcd buglnexa. moved and also that coals cannot 

1. Build all chimneys !m,n the «** ln f4,nUct w,,,) eom ' 

ground up None of the aright huriiblr material 

should be carried by anything ex- » Be careful of lolnts belwe"n 
cept llivlr proper foundation* stove pip'** and flue*, and U«e ! 

Foundation* should be properly thimble* and connect Inna In accord- 
proportioned to carry the weight anre with specifications and ordln- 
of a chimney without settling or nncev If a stove pip* u, taken 
cracking. The footing should be down to be cleaned be sure that , 
well below the frost line. It U replaced and safely cemented j 

2. Build all chimney* to a point lnto p ' lsi,lon 

at least three feet above flat roofs 10. After removing a stove pipe 
and two feet above the riuge of from a chimney, clo*e the openin'!* 
peak roof*. with a metal flue slop; IX the Cue 

S. Chimney wails must be al least connection is left open, fire may 
four Inches thick I thicker If of hoi- ! communicate ... If U I* closed Ly 
low tile or stone*. Chimney walls ,ul1 r “*» or 

eight Inches thick (two courses oi th ** n 11 surely will! 
brick) are preferable as they give When a chimney c<*me* through 
greater stability and minimize the ■ sloping roof rather than through 
possibility of cracks that might the ridge, it is necessary tn build a 
cause fire. C**mcnt ior coment- cricket, to ahed rain water around 
Ume) mortar only should be used. the chimney. Every rare must br 

4 The wall. nf brick budding. '* k * n ,n hashing and counter- flaxh- 
may form part of the chimney if the I 1,,K cWimw * # lo m " kf ,hr,r J uncllon 
walla of the chimney arc securrly I *‘ fh lh “ ronf »»^r-tlghl 
| bonded in the walls of the building I* l* advisable to project the flue 
nnd the flue lx lined the same at lining four Inchaa above the cap 
for an independent, chimney Flue* or * ,: *P course of brink, surrounding 
in party waIU should not extend *Hh at least two inches of ce- 
beyond the centre of said wall*, and ment mortar finished with a 
their presence ahnuld he perma- Mralght nr concave «lope to direct 
nently indicated on b..th sides r.l »'r current* upward* at the top of 
valla. ' the flue, and also to drain water 

6 Every furnace, stove and heater from the top of the chimney, 

should be connected directly to a IIOMF TKI.EF1IONEM 

chimney flue More than one open- j When planning vour home, care- 

j ing to a flue may be permitted but • ful thought should be given to c m- 
, care must be taken that unused oealed wiling and planned loca- 
oprnUigs are safely bru ked up or , tlom for your talephonea. Wiring 
I closed with non -combustible ms- m modem home* ta vitally affee’ed 
, teruil*. Flue-linings are a must by use of new wall material!, off- 
I . . . they prevent disintegration of , set partitions, wall Insulation and 
mortar and brick and make a j finished basement* . . making it 
*month flue which improves the more difficult to attach wiring and 
draft also making It much more consplcu- 

• Do not run floor Jolvis or other oua Built-In concealed wiring and 
woodwork into chimneys or flue*. 1 provision for telephones at planned 
nor allow wood casing, lathing nr locations add greatly to the Talue 
furring wlthm two tnche* of chl-n- of your home 
tvey breast*. Although requirement* In Urger 

7 All floor timber* should be home* may vary wtdely, on» or twr 
"trimmed" clear of the hearth* and length* of pipe or flexible tubing 

I brickwork of the chimney, *o a* not extending through walla from hase- 
to be in contact alth It at any ment to attic to outlet* on other 
point. I floor* are usually adequate for eon- 



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S unday Kvqural Show 

Newa 

t> H-.rret and L Borman 
Show Tima 
Show Ttma 



The Bouthematrg 
Mruan of larael 
Urua« of Ur acl 



)«.i*iou* Newa 
The Ktaraal Lllht 
i • ■ • . i . I l* r.i 

Youth Vl.wa 
the Newe 
Round Table 
Round Table 



BirtAa II 00 par Inacruon 



IL CO. IHAYWAAOlt LTD 
Eatabllahad I Ml > 

tr*ea Lady Attendant ' 10 OS 

t Brouihton Street 

Phone K Ml. 



Death*. Funeral Nolle.** not acceadlng 
Ik line*. »l M Oral Inaertion aod I. '» auo- 
aequent lnaarUnoa Each additional Una 
l»c daily. 

Mart area. In Memorials. Notice*. Card, 
of Thanka cot exceeding 1J Unta. II M per 
loaariion Each additional Una. 12 c dally 



Glenn Hardy 
Bona a o! Cbaa* 
Newa 

Hill l an« 

Tie Toe Tunee 
Tree* Gueat 
Hymn* 

Radio Canarian 



Kanaaa City 
Art tor Tour Sake 
Sunday Veapera 



U V. Gardener 



1 WILL HOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY 
i deo* a incurred In m* l ane by actooa 
wtth.iui at written -content. Oven a* Traill. 
Lake Cowicbau, UC, dated froiutry U. 



God e Hour 
Frank Devol 
Franc and Erneat 



Sunday Veapart 



Voice of Prophecy 



New. Mem Church 

Memorial Church 
Memorial Church 
Memorial Church 



Metropolitan Tab, 
Metropolitan Tab. 
Metropolitan Tab. 
Metropolitan Tab 

Metropolitan Tab. 
Metropolitan Tab. 
New. 

Royal Con* Mualc 



BBC. Th.otre 
HJf Thraua 
NBC Tbtatra 
N DC Thcaira 



Mutlo 

Prank and Ernaat 
Brlrt*ce Hradllnea 
Onitaraltr Oueat 



Mualc Hall 



Church 



It 00 Hi Andrew 

11 1 ft Bt Andrew • Churrh 
It 30 St Andrew'a Church 
11:45 1 Rt Andrew'a Chun h 



Newa 

Church Service 
Church Service 
Chor ch Service 

New. 

Bine Croaby 
Bine Croeoy 



Mualc Hall 
Oalrn brake 
Tul Steele Show 

On heat r a 
Orchee'ra 



Capital P.etiort 
Rriialoua Period 

Period 

H Y Phiiharmonta 
N Y. Phiiharmonta 
N Y- Philharmonic 
N Y Philharmonic 



SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 

THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL OF CHIMES* 
Outlnrttea Service at Reaeonable CharcM 
The Banda Family and Aaaoctataa 
QUADRA AT HORTB TARE 
Day or NMbt Service - E 7511 



] WILL NOT OK RR5PON81BUI FOR 
1 ant det-'e inrurred m my name by 
anyone without by written content O 
Oletaakl formerly |gj> Fifth Street, dated 
February >3 I96d_ 

K ETCHNINa TO ENOLaIvd! lUVE 
ksooo 'duller** What hade you* 
Phone Courtenay gllRJ after I pa, V 
Bn* ill, Courtenay. VI. B C. 

\\*H* I H I 8 T ADELPHTA> 9 ft- 

' ’ Have* IJtrratu r by rtquatt Bible 

i jeatli.ee invited Mailing addrvt* Charlaa 
•tghton. T5 1 Caledonia Ava . Victoria. 



Any claim for rebate an aceouat af error 
<alon muit be made within JO da>a 
from the data ul the aerne. eiharwiaa claim 
win not oe allowed 



Nrww 
C N I B 
Newa David 
Newa. David. 



Voice of Plahar 
Get More Out of Lift 
The Quu Km# 

Tire Quia Kid* 



Hour of Faith 



Nrwa 

p Cunning h4j 
Juvrntla Jury 
Juvenile Jury 



IJ-M St. Andrew t Churrh 
1) 15 St Andrew'a Church 
13 10 Newa 
13 45 Doctor** Order* 



Hour of Panh 
Evergrrtn 
Anthem Ttma 



Oirhi 



The Colonial will not be raaponalblt for 
moro than ana Incorrect tneerttan of any 
advemaamaot oruerea for more than ana 



Church of the Air 
larael AaaoclaUen 
Fnuraquaie Ouepal 



Parliament Hill 
Cunaerva'orr of Mueie 
Readmit the 
Funnlrt 



Light and Ufa Hour 
U«ht and Life Hour 
Voice cl Prophecy 
Voice of Prophecy 

Ood' a Country 
Ood'a Country 
Oreateet Story 



Tea Maaon 
Tec Muon 
Martin Kane 
Marlin Kane 



Orcheatra 
Orcheatra 
Mualc Parad# 
Mualc Parada 



N Y. Philharmonic 
N Y. Phllharmunla 
Church of. the Air 



Itaiiana 
ltaiuna 
Hal I ana 



Idea* Unlimited 
World a Beat Bailer 
New* 



Par iraita of Melody 
Munir Mratitrlea 
Mualc Memvrle* 



Rev Bpnncfll 



When anawering Help Waoud edvrrllae- 
meuia do oot anctoaa original rderancaa. 



THOMSON FUNERAL HOME 

Eel Ittl Formerly of Winnipeg 

Gao. P Thomaon ,• J. L. trytaR 
Oea A Themaon 
PERSON ALf ZED SEilVICI 

Phone O MU 



Brnadwat MeVodlaa 
Broadwav Maiodiaa 

John Steel* 

John Steele 

ln'arnational Airport 
imernaiivnel Airport 
Mviteruiue Traveler 
M » ttertou* Traveler 

Newa 

United Cliurfh 
Family Theau* 
Family Theatre 



Call of China 



The Shadow 

S * Shadow 

lactiva Mvateeloe 
Detec tive Myatertaa 

Mualc 

Muatc- 

Nick Carter 
Nick Carter 



Private DateeUve 
Private DelecUts 
Harvevl of Stari 



Thru the Year* 
Newa 

The Tim* of 
Y our Life 

Favorite Nuabead 
FavorlU Hu* '.and 
Boa ton Biackla 
Boaton Biackla 



New* 

Mualc wf Scandinavia 
Michael Dougiaa 
Michael Douglaa 

NeW* 

Parade of Star* 
Wing* wf Praia* 
Wing* of PraU* 



Hinging Slat* 

of Tomorrow 
Critically speaking 
Critica l:? Sp eaking 

John FMher 
New* Wvwther 
Vancouver Svmph. 

V arc 'uvvr S ■ icon 

Vancouver Symphony 
Vancouver Symphony 
My Uncle Loula 
My Unci* Lout* 



Library Show 
Library Show 
Smith* ot llollywt 
Bmilha M Hoilywc 



Call of China 
Aldrich Family 
Aldrich ramily 



Harveat of Star* 



Roy Kugera 
Roy. Roger* 

Our Mia* Brook* 
Our Mtaa Brook* 



Qoapel Hour 



ENJOY YOUR PRIVILEGE! 

AN OPEN BIBLE 

FREE CORRESPONDENCE COURSH 
Writ* 0. ripture Study Circle, • William 
eon Road. Toronto g, OnL 



Forum of th* Air 



KARL — Born to Mr. and Mr* H Earl. All 
Hutcblneon Avenue, .a aim, at Hoyai 
Juni.a* Uoapltai, Fabruary 24. 1»50. 7 



I M I Roy nogera 
I 15 Hay Rugera 
J 30 Ml** Brook* 



Forum of the Air 
Hrury Morgan Show 
Henry Morgan Show 

Chrlalopher Lntidno 
Chrlatophcr London 
Harr 1.- Fa re Show 
Harrta-Fay e Show 

Bam 8 pa< 1 * 

Bam Spade 
Theatre Guild 



OcHpel Hour 
Hormel OIrla 
H ormal Q l rla 

Plano Playhoua* 
Family Clo*a-Up 
Oueat Star 
Re'ty Claike Sing* 

Biop the Muatc 
Stop tile Music 
Stop the Moaie 



1435 Quadra 8 L 



Jack Benny 
Jack Qcnny 
Amo* *n' Andy 
Amo* n Andy 



Alan and M* 
Ainu* n Andy 



Quiet Dignity at Moderate Coat 
CHAPLIN 0 FUNERAL CHAPEL 

Jtormcrly Curry'ai 
Phone G 55 U 

Oppoaila ChrUt Church Cathedral 



Th# Pascon 
Great cal Book 
Oreateet Book 



FEROUSOH— Born to Mr. and Mr* D C 
Jeiguaun of 451 Alpna Mire*:, a daugh- 
ter, at Rural Jutii.ca Hoaititai on Pab- 
auary 25. 1554 



Amo* n Andy 



*1A BUSINESS I'IRSONAIJ* 



Edgar Bergen and 



Mediation Board 
Muilatkm Board 
Endian lad Hour 
Enchante d Hour 

New* 

Rebuttal 
Shniah Graham 
Governor a Outlook 



Edgar Bergen 



National Sunday 



IN i Edgar Bergen 
k it 1 Etlger Bergen Show 
5 10 Lcwlie Bell 
t *5 I Letile Dell 



Juvenile Jury 
Can You Top Thla 
Can Yoai Top ThU 

Comedv of Xrrora 
Comedy of Error# 
M -G -M. Theatre 
M O -M Theatre 

M -G M. TTMatro 
M -O -M. Tbeatro 
Newt 

Evening Service 



Charlie McCarthy 
Lei Me Bell Slngere 
Lea Ue^ e li Singer* 

Bcrenad* 

Serenade 
Familiar Muala 
Familiar Muatc 



Edgar llrrten 
Rocky Jordan 



Hour 

National Sunday 



Mutlcal Roundup 
Mutlral Roundup 
Muktcal Roundup 



4 CHANCE TO MAKE 1400 A PARTY 

* * will Mil * flr«t n.ortt RME vtlu« 19100. 

for 99 IDO Vou liod »m cam •% 

on $1 7#0 UU paid 00 Bee Ur. Dtckla. 
night* , K 2440. 

JOHNSTON A CO.. LTD 

* *343-1 1114 Broad Bt 



IILLER— Born In Mr. and Mrs. Horae* 
Miller of 214k Humber Road, a con. on 
February 24. 1*60. at 81. Juaeph • H«*- 
pliaL 



FLOWERS 



New* 

All-Time HU Parad* 
All-Tim# Hit Parad* 
i* im Farad* 

New*. Lombardo 
Guy Lombardo 
Warn* King Bhow 



■ 04 i C 1 L Serenade 

• 15 CIL Serened* 

4 in Colon la t Newa 

• 4k I Cu Ionia t Plaanbacka 



\ NY FLORAL DE 8 IONS at lower prtcaa 
N B Pollock I31t Dougiaa O 5315 

FROWN'S VICTORIA NURSERIES LTD* 
> O 4413 AH floral work artlatlrally da- 
gnad W* telegraph flower* 4U View 

AALL B 3331 DAY OR NIGHT POH 
J lovely rioral detign* 

SW EETHEA RT FLO RISTS _ 

Creator* of Dlailnrtlve Floral ticdgna 
THE XfltJIND FLORIST 
7S3A Yalaa Street E 070 



OTT 1 NGHAM — Born to Mr and Mr* 
Ooruon Nutungham of *06 Old E*ouime.t 
Road, a daugnur. on February 25. 1*50. 
at EL Joaaptt'a Huapltal 



Contented Hour 
Contented Hour 
Cbriat Church 
ChrUt Church 



Taka a Number 



New*. Heviaw 
Spec Speaker 17:10) 
Rich Centenary 
Berta* 



7 00 | Con '.anted Unur 
7 IS Contented Hour 
7 JO Don Wright Chortu 



Take It or l*av* It 
Croaby Show 
Croeby 8 h(>W 

One Man a Family 
One Man a Family 
Symphony Hour 
BvnsphoitT Hour 



Ted Maiune 
Hardy * Family 



Take a Number 
Ror Hogan Show 
Roy Hogan Show 

Twrnty Queatlona 
Twenty Queetion* 
Can Yoo Top Thl*» 
jCan You To p TbU T 

Glenn Hardy 
Ci>uld ThU B* Too 
Ora. a Dotaon 



Fa vn Die Slurf 
Th* whiiuay 
Th* Whmiar 



Warn* King Show 



7 45 i and John FUher 



A LL SCHICK. SH AVEM ASTER. KEM- 

■a* melon. Packard elaetrTe (haver re- 
pair* dona In one day Hhavvr aperlaUat 
In chavga every dav Comp'.eia atoek* of 
new elertrte *hav*r» Trade-In allowanea 
on your old machine McCall- Date* Drug 
Co IX> tig la* Street and Pandora Avenu*. 
Victoria, M.C 



Church Service 
Church Service 
Ariutrv In Muala 
Artlalrr In Muala 



Chrltl Church 
ChrUt Church 
Chrut Church 
ChrU t Church 

New* 

Lei»ur* Llatenlng 
Nea* 



Drew Pearaon 



Alia* Brook* 
Mia* Bronti 
Edgar Bergen 
Edgar Bergen 



Startima 
Blart im# 
Startl.-ne 
Btarnn.a 



New* 

Wait* Time 
Wait* Tim# 



5:40 I Nrwa 

• 1 k ' Maurlc* Humbar 
■ JO ReJIarl a In Mull* 

• 45 I Reflect a In Mualc 



Monday Headline* 
I Waller Wine be 11 
lamella Pai wa* 

Th'nk Faat 
Thin* Fait 
g 30 laical 



BMYTHK To Mr and Mr*. A F Smythe. 
425 Parry Sweat, a eon, John Paul, at 
Royal jubl.ee Hoapital. February 3k. 
15M weight fi lb*. 4 o*a vA brolhar 
far luuii Lynna.l 



WalU Tim* 



New* 

Ntx-iurae 
HoniatU Oavla 

Rente lie Davit 



Red SkcJton 
R»d Skelton 
Jack Bt nn y 
Jack Benny 



Vancouver string Or. 



• ofl i Talk 

• ■15 ; Orc)ie*tra 

• 30 I Favorite llrtnna 

• 4k I Favorite Hrmna 



Vanrnuver Siring Or, 
Veapvt Ilnur 



W talent Hit Farad# 
Nation • Hi'- Parad* 



fling Sing* 



Grace Dotaon 



V vap<r Hour 



Nation a HU Parad* 



PICTURE CRAFTS 



MAKRIA(*ES 



MONUMENTAL WORKS 



ALL TY FES OF PICTURH FR AMINO 
a* and •peciatty work Oil painting* 
cleaned # 'd rettoreu For Hrnarr.*nt* of 
clj arm and picture* of dtinnettob ava our 
w»f* aeleetlon 741 rort 



New* Rebnriar 

Concert Hour 
Concert Hour 
Concert Hour 



Naval Air Haovrvo 
Gueat* of America 
World Tomorrow 
World Tomorrow 



New* 

Remember When 
Remember When 
Remember When 



8 am Hay** 



Newa 

Hcdeo Raarala 
Sptnnrr Henri urn 



15 M | Newt: WalUtliM 
10:15 • WaiUUrne 
10 50 Ralph Paahlay 

IA A A M.ma 



Till* fa I ha siory Devotion 

Drtain Horn* Th# Catholic Hour 

Metropo.llan Choir The Catholic Hour 



Seafaring Women 
Preiude to Midnight 



marriage la an- 



CLAYRON -Burnt Th# 

nounnad of Murial Jan* Smith, daughter 
•f Mr and Mr* H Alctiaon. Unity. Saa- 
kauhawai.. and William Stanley Clayaott, 
aon of Mr*. C. Hargin. Duncan, on Fri- 
day. February 34. k p m.. at th# homa of 
th* groom'* mnibar In Duncan. Rev. W 
F. Duma of Relating. 



STEWART MONUMENTAL WORKS LTD 
1401 May Street — G 1453 
Curbing* Tablet*. Marker* and Monument* 
Mad* to Your Own ~ 



Prelude tn UWInleht 



Sanctum and Sport* 



10:45 I Newa 

11 00 I M -O -M The air* with 
II 15 Margaret O'Brian In Th* 
II 30 I Youngrtt Profeatloa" 
11:45 'MOM Theatre 



Chicago Theatre 
Chlcaen Theatre 
Chtcaeu 7'heatre 
Chicago Theatre 



Concert Hour 



Theatre of tb# Air 
Theatre of the Air 
TheaW* of th* Air 
TbeaUa of Ih* Air 



Prelude to Midnight 



Concert Hail 



Studio Recital 
Clint-art Favorite* 
Concert Favorite* 



Paiauoai Daalg&a 



Mr Flxlt 
Oithdua 
Newa 



A CCUMULATE MINTAL WEALTH 
■* 1 freely for t*,.,uah you giv# It awaa 
It but lncieaaea itaelf 

THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
5 45 Fort y treet B 1477 

A SATURDAY SPiClAL — BUTTER 
borna real Danlah paatry; yea and 
mad# with butter 5c each LanSrii* 



Prelude la Midnight 
Prelude to Midnight 

New* 



Cnnrert Hall 
Concert Hall 
.New • 



, Spinner Benetum 
| Spinner Sanctum 
I Spinner Sanctum 



COMING EVENTS 



17 SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE 



17 SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE 



A BARREL OF FUN 

A H OLD-TIME DANCE EVERY 8 ATUR- 
4ay Crralal Garden Lower Ballroom, 
4-11. Reisag tea dare' Orcheatra flag.nnara 
claaa. a J* P'laaa. Ail wgicoma. koc 



DEATHS 



A LL OARDCJC ROTO-TILMNO - MA- 
-*» china go** fhruagh anlali gal*. Frank 
Olaaa. OUN 



’ANT CAPABIJt MAN TO DIO AND 



EEROEK — Faaaod away al Rbr* 1 Jubi.«# 
Koaplial on February 34. u50. Mi* 

Loulao Aug u* la Hargar. aged •* »“'»• 
born in Ontario ana a raaioant af vic- 
toria for th# p**t nine month*, lata «•*•• 
done*. 150k Earlatyn Avanua, and for- 
merly of Duncan. Survived by bar, hua- 
band, Albert J . at 1504 Earutoo Avanu*. 
alx daughura. Mr*. A. Rajikin. krj- J- 
D PrUl. Mr* O Hurd and Mra L. Hiar- 
Ung. all of Baakatchawan. Mfa W. 
TbompKin of Queanal. E C., and Mr#. O. 
Cuddle of Victoria: four aona. Georg*. 
BUI aod Kannatb of Vlctarta. and loiw- 
rar.c* at Nanaimo; «1 grandchildren and 
kwo graat-grandchildran, alao two broih- 

•ASS "l.-r.V.r .m M MM M 

Memorial Chapa) of Chime* #f th* ••'“J* 
Mortuary, Ltd., on Monday. February 27. 

,i j pn, Ree. T. Q. Orlfflth* Will 
offirial*. Iniarmenl In Royal Oak Burial 

^Vcowieha* Laadaf. plaaa* aopy.l 



ision 



Lake Hill dll 



< vARPENTRY, REPAIRS. ALTERATIONS. 
w new cnnatnactl m^ E 1 504 

I kOUULAS - CEMENT WORK. LABGE 
* * ar am all Job* welcome Prompt aaryleo 
Phon# E 5551 

T.ilMSHlNG. CARPENTRY. FIRST -CLASS 
I work guaranteed. Cabinet work • pe- 
el ally Lowe«l pricaa. O 0453 



Ulct But 4107, C olonial . 

\’OUNQ MAN AS ASSISTANT BOOK- 
* keeper . permanent pnaltian; rwply In 
confldetu*. ataung age. eipenenta. marlta) 
atatua. etc. Hoi M43. Col on l at- 

\* C UNO MAN TO BELL ADVERTISING 
1 and map* Boi M44. Col. ml* t 



A LL TYPES GARDENING. LANDRCAP- 
Ing. new lawitk roekariee. rlean up 
Thncough Jnb Eatlmala* O 5775 



A real old-time dance, scapts 

G'd-llme Orcheatra. Klnpa Hoad 
Hall, e erv Saturday oighL lorn. Ad- 
mlaaion k«o Coffac. 



Th# Fred Waring Show 

Unci# Dynamise," with 
Arthur Treacher 
Supper Club with Ferry Como, 
gueat* 

Tcicncw* Dally Final Edltios 



4 30 I Tvltnew* Dally Pint Edition 

H. M 1 Char U# Rugglea Show 

7 VO i Tnu 1 * Show Butin***, with 

j Cllfti '0 Padiman 

I. 50 Th* Million Doi'ar Queation. 

I with Far* tmerion 



COMl I Ffg TREE SERVICE 
Charlaa A Cowl# - 8 14 



A FEW SHORT - SLEEVED BLOUSES 
*» lef», rv*. |) g« at 13 

LADY ELIZABETH SHOPrE 
•33 H Fr rt Btre r I Phon* O J444 

A KTIHnC AND MODERN PICTURE 
framing Many giviea to rhooa* from 

at DI OOON H 

A SOLID OAK SMUWCAAB. • FOT 
Lm'E, Pl*»# g!»i* APPIV Wln« «aug 

Lung Co., 1*11 Ovvarnmenl 81 

\ CT<OniEHUNE POLE roft THE 
lllti* lady. Inalallad and remeniad In 
« 433 2 

"a NOORA berets by ohandmere' 
j A 43 35 Angora alavv*, *1 ••. At th* 
Bevhty*. HU Fort Slrevl 

\ HSOLUTB SAFETY W WAHHINO 

a* woollen*- -f» z»ra, raid walvr *<i*p. 

• I 35 The ftvehiyg. in Fori 8tr**l 

A lterations and dremm akdioI 

Quirk aervlr* Raaaonabi* prl.aa 
B 1033 after 5pm 



CADEMY DANCING. FENCINO — OLD- 
Uma claaa. Monday: modern. Wvdn**- 
» • JO. beginner*. Thuradav. I- E 104J 



A LL TYPES OAKDBNTNO DONE - 
Pruning apraylnf. digging ate E 3Jtt 

H e pheparedi have your lawn 
mower aharpenad now at th* 
LAWNMOWER hospital 
W e Call and Dativer 

017 Cormorant St E 55.33 



Douglaa 



DRAUOHTINO 

H ouse plans desioned and drawn 
B 6051 aftar 0,30 and Sund ay.- 

n OUHERAlSINO; O R EE N H OvTtT. 
I barn* and garage* built. G04I4 

I ’.VVEiriOR FOB APARTMENT HOTEL 
now under ronatrurtion. TTii* la not an 
adeertiavmvn; for a loan Frtncipala only. 
Ho* 447* . Colonial. 

VIW MOM fit. ALTERATIONS AND RB- 
■ ' pair*. Ealimatea given. S. E Wei*- 
miliar Phone B I *5 3 

O ' RN AMENT AL IRON WORK. WELDINO. 

marhlnt work Eaqulmalt General 
Repair Shop. 114 orinvllt* Aeenua B IJ7* 



I JINGO EVERT FRIDAY. 4 P M . E&QUI- 
I » mall Community Club. 4J0 Sturdy* 
Btreel O 57*4 



17 SITUATIONS WANTED — MALE 1 17 SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE 



\ LL TYPES OF D1CORATINO — 
Raaaonabi# price*, expert workman- 
ahio Phcr# o 1707 and Keating I7R 

A MAZINO PRICES. GUARANTEED 

workmanahip Out aatimata la free, 
dollar* you'll aat# yo» will *ve E 7077 

A t WORK CHEAPER RATE^FGH ALL 
fn tenor painting E Jopo, 



C w L RUMMAGE SALE. PRINCE 
. Robert Huua*. Saturday. March a 
LD-T1M* DANCE EVERY WEPNFS- 
day Britannia Audiuvruim. on Avvna 
y and Cormorant Stewart’* Oreh 
i : Mr 



A better cement, septic tank. 

greaaeirap. MI* drain Inatallvd. 
r leaned, repaired Spaclaltaia cn wel baaa- 
mvota Advice on drainage problem* 
Workmen fully experienced. Cement work 
ot all type*. Sump pump* Inataliad. 



I8IR1CT AVAILABLE FOR FULL OR 
part - lime Watkln* dealer A ear 
d-d F"r appolntmanL J. H. Btrken- 



I,t3CPEniENCED PRUNING. FENCING. 
I a concreting, landacaptng. Raaaonabi* 
Aftar 1 p m , O Slid. 

L^AHtER GARDEN INO WHEN ROTO 
Fa tilled. Good job. Call O •Ml ' 

I ’itUIT TREES - AND ROSE BU8II1M 
I pruned, hedge* trimmed Hr 044eR 

ARDEN ER. 40 YEARS 1 EXPERIENCE 
' * pruning, landarape, rorkvriva Hafar- 
aeraa Ston*. Bt Hvleo'a Apartmanta. 



' < aaieaman Wrli# giving full particu- 
lar* nf vipvrlvnc# ale., Box Its* Colon tat 

\ I A *• a NTED TO SUPPLY RAW 

.'I h’Miwhold product* to eonaumvr*. Wa 
tnln and neip you. Oood profit* for 
hu»' erv Car detirabl* Plaaaant. profit- 
an# dignified work writ# today. Raw- 
tglgh k DtPl WO-B-104-kJ, Winnipeg 

E a ICH OPPORTUNITY f O R _ EXPERT- 
I A vnrro dlnu t-in-wvarvr aaleamvn Sell 
nailnnally famou* Slvtaon ahlrta mad* 10 
meaaur* Ll'"**l commlaaiuna Dig repeat 
buaineaa. Wr'ie S'eiaon Shirt Company. 
Poatal Sla'tan < Monlreal 



O LD-TIME DANCE EVERY SATURDAY 
night, Fraaer St. Nall, Mra Bnwaa' or- 
cheatra muaRal quia aod apol dance*. • JO 
to • p m . practice dam* AdmUainn Me 

I ’ 

1 learn old-time danrin«. Tueaday. • 10 , 
7a* Broughton B 1IM. 



OILL 1 S- Faaaed away Friday. Fabruary 
>4. I*M. Georgaita Emma OlllM, »'** 
*( Claud# OlUl*. 1*3 Fwrt Street.. Vic- 
toria. ag«d 15 yeaf*- Rh* U oureivad by 
Maine* her huaband on* m*. Al*x- 
andar WUaon. alao her parantt. Mr. 
^ Mra F- MtD-BOUgR, of Victoria, 
on. tutor. Mr. Marl# Daeth. of Van- 
ctiweer, and two broth* i*. Fat and 
Gerald McDonough, of Victoria, 
prayer* will ## .‘ d in McC.U Brother.' 
Floral Funeral Chapel Monday, February 
17 1*50. at • P »■ Private funeral Maaa. 
Tueaday. February 3d. tOM, at * a m. to 
SI Andrew a Cainedrai. InUrmanl at 
Royal Oak Burial F.rk McCall Brolitara 
Funeral Director*. In kharga. 



1211 Btyla* 



I 4 t 5151 - CH A A' FORD — PA PERU A NO ISO 
j p >■!•! patching window glaa* rtpaira 

I .tOR REASONABLE EXPERT PAINTING 
paperbanging, aaa Dirna Cornell lha 
PAINTER O 04t3 

pOH A RELIABLE PAINTER aTnD 
I deeoratnr at reaannahi* rate* B 4033 



A ccounting and sookkccfino 

and bualnaaa gumanea for all bu*t- 
neaaaa Auditing, income tea payroll*, 
boo** **i up. tapt part time or monthly 
RaaaonabM. Phon# k 7J01. 



A BETTER JOB 

P LAITTERINO AND BTUCCOINO EVERT 
Job k earnmmendtMon. Frknk York. 
314 Ramplo c Hoad. E 71 04 

I|LA PTE RING AND BTUCCOING ALL 
1 kind* Free e*tlmat*« Ftrat-elaaa 
work den# Colqult* 313 R Tom S lhbald 

I " >LABTErTno‘ Patch Work and Staceo 
exparily don# Free evtlmai** O 5345 

Stucco” work x>nx^john hamil- 

t) tor 40« Simroe E 3*35 

TIEN YOU - NEED ANY LATHING 
dnn*. phon* B »»*#. 



N ’O HOEING, NO KAKINO. ROTARY 
tilling L*l Iloli dn IL A good Job 
•very time Phone g »7*3 

/ARDER NOW AND LET UB DIO YOUR 
" ' garden by machine. Reaaonabl*. 



S AANICH CCF. ANNUAL BANQUET 
Douglaa Halt. Friday. March 1 . I»M. 
Ouaal apeakara. mv inner* Leuiatallee Aa- 
•enibly 7 30 pm. Tlrkela 1100 Everyone 
welcome. Come and meet your Prairie 



iJEAiniFUL 1*55 FOR SHORTY." 
* * «.*'•* from your old fur coal. Ilrina 
your uld fur eoai la Fnaier'a and wall 
give r»u an etllrnal* of th* mitdarat* coat 
wi'lii-ul ubllaailon Hundred* of ladle# 
hkv* been delighted wllh thla new Fnalar 
Ma* 751 Yalta Street. 



A creaoe LOTS. UARDFN FLOUOHED, 
dlaced. b»r«. filling, laveling. excava- 
ting Jim Bualan Plunk* 0 4S«f R R A 
Gordon Head Camp 



I n TOMMY" DO YOUR PAPER- 
I • n*r.gi'.g. painting repair*, ate Spa- 
tial winter rale« Immediate *#rvica Ex- 
pert work E 1713. 



ANTED SALESMAN, TRAVELING 
R.c. and Diand. i« carry gift thoo 
Hot 1714. CulODlll. 



UNINO, GARDENING— *0 TEAM) IX 
perlane* C. F Herrmann. Royal Oat 



A NAVY VET WITH TRUCK WILL CALL 
aV and clean up baaemenla. backyard* 
and bouiavard*. Fnana Scotty. G 1 * 00 , 
after 4 p m 

\ COMPLETE JOB OF CLEAN INO 
a> eaveiuought and dewr.pipaa; alao re- 
pairing and renewing 11 4431 



IS WANTED— MALE HELP 



ILASTTRINO AND STUCCO REPAIRS 
Sma'i# Bro*.. I kill 

jikPERnANOINC) - PAINTING rPEE E»- 
llmalaa. 8 1137. D. Smyth# 



liniSII KNITWEAR. POPULAR DIB- 
Uncifk# die**#* Choice maierlala for 

pi*y R 5V4I. 



II SITUATIONS WANTED 
FEMALE 



A vormo MAN, 11 TO 11 TEARS 
warned for clerking and delivery m 
fond market No eaperlenc* nereoarr 
Muat be willing to learn, Boa M17, Col- 
onial 

a UNOLEUM LAYER— PERMANENT PO- 
alii, in Kaperlenro preforred. Apply 
Rot M74. Colonial 



HELP M ANTED — MALE 
OR FEMALE 



|»Rrri5M KNIT NOW riLEBRATIWG 
I » li* Mlvar anniyeraary. Jerteya. draaaoa. 
»«•»*•. blmiatk. Him. iweatera II 4kkl. 

a Hd K KS AND WATf-Htfl EXPERTLY 
" J cleaned and repaired al lb* Clock 
Shop i <iM Fori Street. K *3*1. 



ORIFPTN —Faaaed away February >*, l*M. 
In Victoria, Alice Orllfln, beloved wile 
af Thome* GrlHIn. Of l«M Cedar Hill 
Crnaaroad. Aged 55 year*. The MU 
Mr*. Griffin, who wao born lo Braornro. 
Yorkahir# England had reaidad Jd year# 
In Indian Haad. Saab. She ,, **** ‘® 
mourn Uealda* bar hoaband. two 
daughtara. Mtaa Mary, at bum*, and 
Mr. 0*0 g* Magel, of Wotolay. Saak . 
MIMS •*- FrwUiar. fn Sa.kat- 
chewan. and on* .later In England- 
Funeral aarrtca# will b# held T Maday, 
February IA IMA al 3 pm In McCall 
BrntharE Floral Funeral Chapel- 



A RE TOO LOOKING FOR A OOOD 
home for y«yr baby) W* will 5tt'4 
a child J't year* and op. Uevt of refer- 
ence* O 544). 

A TOUNO WOMAN WISHES FtTljT OR 
part-lim* work nlghu RevauranL 
dlahwa thing, cleaning, etc O *077 

H ' usinissman* wife, no family". 

require* poalilan a* manager*** of 
*m*lt apartment Mock or au»vi houae. 
Capahla of taking eomp’eie chart* Liv- 
ing acracnmodaiton required Only lh«*e 
Intareaied In flrti-elaa* maintenance need 
reply M«il 

n nrriNH lady wi»n» to' 'visit fn.v 
land ehnui th* middle of May Would 
glee he- aarelce* lo ration foe half f**a 
In helping wiih children oe Mml-lnealld. 
Good xallor anil naad lo air IrayaL hoi 
•343. Colonial. 

4 ’APAU1E IADT DRIVER WISHES TART 

’ • or full lime driving M*e* whll# li- 
cence and chaufTeur’i T." INS. 

< •OMPETENT COOK - MOl*srKEtfnrR 
V^< wiihe* soaftlM with a'deriy or pro- 
feaitonal couple Raferencaa O Mil 

4 'Hill'S CARE SERVTCE — Ei|i#nenr*d 
o baby at'tera B MDi. • to I. or aftar 4 

4 -ARE OF CHILDREN FOR WORKING 
' J paren<» B 3M5 



T tENAOERS' ORCHEBTRA REQUIRE 
yuung awing planiat for practice and 
ocraelonal Jobe. E 5510. 



THE ASK REPAIRS 

for 

AD type# at b«u*»hold rapuin Inaalatlon 
palming and decorating, chimney alarka 
built and repaired, roofing waterproofing 
of bayemenl*. ale. El eel Deal work a 

• penalty Free eailmaiw Speedy, affleiant 

• orkmen ar your aerrlce. 

Fboo# 8 33»4— Day or Ever in# 



CHKAGK O ARDENS OR LOTS 
ploughed; leveling, ex. ava ting S. L 



14 WANTED— FEMALE HELP 



BRUSH SPRAT 

PAI'KRHAMOTNO 
TE3TTURE WORK 
Free Eailmalea— T»rm» If Desired 



CRKAGE, 



O ARDENS OR LOTS 
ploughed beck-ftlllbg and ax eat a ting 
1 Fletk. 3541 V Icier. S 7142 



IJOX HOARD AND ROOrTNO MANU- 
■ * larturar require* engineering draugMa- 
man for proc**a and equlpmenl taywul 
and dcall work: praeloua moling plant 
ar paper mill e»perl#n»# daalrabU Flea** 
apply ataung qaaliftrailnna, In 8 -ia g173. 
Colonial 

T^XFBRIBNCI g D AUTOMOTfvi MI- 
* a rhanh required for email •arrtr# 
elation garaq* Writ*, elating ag*. •#- 
patlen** and quaiifi'-atlona replla# ««n- 
ndanual, to Bo* Mt4. Cotonlal 



CUSTOM TAILORS TO 



I-ADIgS A NO 

ganiremen Popular price* Murrall’A 
1311 Broad Street 

( ’niNKHE Herb* for Slomarb Trouble’ 
' / riervmia gaetrt r; rheumatic palm akin 
disorder Teenjnr# lot* It IB Kln«xway Fan. 

j ' • 

• aaaonad rata*, etc Raaaonatiia prtcaa 
Phene OHII or O F7M 

< ’ITINA RIYBTSI), MISSING FARTt llT 
vlNik IR# China Wnekahop S 1474 



/ VAPADLB nELP-OINSRAL FOR ALU 
" alactric home, with every eoo*#nlenea. 
Bleep in. O 4054 

. " 1 • • 

* 1 help given, for lady B Jdkfl, 4-« p m 

1 kOMINION BANK. VICTORIA, HAS 
I ‘ opening fnf ynung girl f»r clerical 
and Menoqraphic work Preehiu* experi- 
ence n «1 neceaaary, but junior malrloili- 
U»n preferred perm poilrmn Apply per- 
aonaliy. IS-J p m. 

I ^XPERfgNCED WAITRESS WANTED 
a foe day *hif» oh Sundae* 433 Fori. 
Only ••peneni erl wallreaa** need apply. 



X DANGEROUS TRIII. ALSO 
•lump* removed, hauled away; power 
PbOO* g 4339 



FRANK CLARKSON 
Palming Contractor 



\ CREAOE GARDENS OR LOTS 

plouahed, backfilling and etravaung 
C E Carlauo 111 Helmckep Road B 1241. 

1,'NOUSR TRAINED PROFESSIONAL 
2 * gardener and greenhauaa m in Ilf* 
experianee. want* ateade poMWon ar j data 
weetiv. ian<i*r*pmg. reir,uii#:;ing garden* 
g 0357 aftat 5pm 



RRYCE * JACKMAN 
^aatarlng Store*— Caltmai** Fraw 
PHONE O 1134 



•13 Pandora Avanua 



IILLINOTON — Is Ylcierl* on February 
J 4 ISM, Waller Arthur Mlltlndian. a*#d 
th year*, of UN WlUawg R*M: MTS In 
■aauimail. Surylelng af# 

Sybil, al hon»*. and on# aon, Waller, 
ta Vhhco utar. B C : loo daughura Mra. 
H M. (Mtriami Orr and Mrg. William 
H (Ink) Hollknd. bolh in Vlcldfla; two 

EStmS knd nephew. Mr Miuingron 
• at on# of ih« original sragpwlsra » 
th* Klondike, arriving In IW7 HI* 
narant* ram# 10 Canada on kfi# Nor- 
man Mirrlairp" in IM3 Victoria 
win remambar him a* manager ol _ih* 

«>"• *Vd Vrl^T.f 



Victoria ■ trading ba'urainrg 
Day. O 1421, NlghL g 3133. 



ROCK BLAR7THO - CONCRITINO 
BIWITN AND DRAIN INSTALLATION 
A J BARR - PHONE O klkl 



I^CEFMA, ITCH FILES. PSORtASfs' THY 
•-< 1 eanjor# Olntmeni. tig Cucmarant 
Sirwei and eU deparimepf, drug atorea 

I^XFtxiyrc, ri. i i a' Ii. ai, miuinerT 

A J formerly pf "The Faahlo# Bliidlo ** 
WkBRg E 054* for ai 

I ^RINCN FOLfBHINO ST OLD COtTN- 
Iry pollaher In enur homa or our mop 

S ialfry won, fair price# O J1J7 R L. 

lUtr Cn ItlS 0*4 See Ava. Raflnlahlog. 
repalrlM 

L’UR REPAIR SERVICES — FUR COATS 
• repaired e gal y lad, ahny'laa, rape* rv 
lined cleaned tiatrd rtem/>«bed Fee# 
eellmalea M"derale rharca* Call, g#- 
Hwr Paul, ynt ll*arh Drltr N DMi 

irrFAHN s TAfUjRED~surfi» 
IJTROm 455 rn uiiak ante ro nvw 

i Bprilig aarnple* of flrrvl Nrlllah 
woollen* TWO med. 1 * and dlulnma* 
Lond wn Oi'*in# A'ademy England 
NTVARN A TAILORS, 741 SI 8 3EJJ 

f J UAHAVTXEI) WATCH” AND CLOCK 
' * repair* |.J day*- aervlr* Antique* 
a anew Mil y. ffiiuida Jewelry. 3dM Quadra 



x UP PER ROOM. PAPER BUPP1 1 ED. 
/ O W. Decorator* E Hit. 

x UP. ROOMS PAPERED' FP-EB BB- 
J llmatei L* SmytSs H HI 

UP PAPERS ~THAT ROOM. INCLUD- 



l/'AVESTROOGniNO AND OOTYNPIPES 
ia cleaned rapairad and renewed Fra* 
gaUmawg given Ph o ne E J4d» 

fj' XPEN IENCED CARETAKER WOULD 
• ^ ear# for amal) apartmant block in ex- 
change fnf lulta 0ng 1M3. Colonial. 



H andy, abix bodied pensioner, 

with good knnwlcda* wf garden*, who 
would like fond board ar.d romfortable 
aeparal* quartan In return far •erelre*. 
Stale ag* Apply Bax 4407. Colonial 

SALARIED SALES POSITION “ ’ 

r AROB FINANCIAL INSTITUTION nAS 
J permanent tala* opening for aggreaaleo 
man. with high achool education, or the 
equivalent and preferably between |ha 
age* Of 25 and 44 Muai Kaea been T* vi- 
de n l of Victoria for at leaai fly* yea n 
Msnagemenl. banking or •*!*• evpanrnc* 
a dehnlt* atael Salary pud pgnalaa bene- 
flu 10 man who me*'* owr raqutremenia. 
Slat# marital ataln* age praaanl ••filing* 
and eaperlenc* flat UJl Colonial 



I .'XFER IENCED COOK. MALE. DAY 
I a thin Apply Cooper'* OrlU, Fort Bl. 
Phnoe B 1315 . 

I,’ XFTR1»NCID BILK PRXMER 
■ ••anted Mar-Rat DUSItl E5H3 

Tf AVI YOuTpLBASINO PERSON ■ 

* I- and are enu ahl* lo aaaiime r*«non- 
atbl* dutlea nf a pcli a'* ■*• relary. whera 
typing, ahorthand. flung and a goon knnwl- 
*d*a of nffic.e routine are pcee*aaryy If ao. 
and a afarUng aalary nf tllb per month 
appeal* la you. app'v h^tar for Interview, 
elating aaa. *n>eGen<a and maotat «<a*ua 
In Rot •*<»» Calonlat 

I ARGS CANADIAN COMPANY RB- 
Jj quire* run ladtev for telephone conlvt 
work in Victoria Training given ftoerl- 
ente an *•»*», but nut evaentlat Muat 
have own plmr.e and able lo work lour 
huur* 4*>iy Apprrania will b* ima’viewrd 
hr vnmpaoy repreaentattta. March • and 7. 
fn reply It, elude Mle»B4h* pumner B«* 
1515. Colonial 



GOING TO BUILD? 



Many Victorian* Will 
Recommend 

SITHEUS BUILDING BERYICS 
Ta Thalr Friend# 

W* Hae* Seen Able to Sara Them Money 

and Otv* Them FI rat -C I aaa Service 

REASON— 

Pvaifeaa tonal Conat ruction Soperrltlop 
Oood Contact* nn Bub-Contractwra 
Flnenclal Agent* for Loan* 

Ccnalrtirtlon Loana Quietly Mad* 

Flan* and Blueprint* 

Coen* In and Talk Over Your 
Building Requirement* 

YOU CAN DO fJPTTER HERS 



,'XPEKIENCED JANITOR AVAILABLE 
J A William Atttid 0 4745 



GIVE YOUR HOME 

THAT 

PICTURE-BOOK LOOK 



H ard working young married 

man with oyer 1 rear*' aelling et- 
perifnce daauaa poaltion a* #*'a*m*n or 
chanr# t« tram bardwar* htiainai* P *» 

*•«» < 

TANITGR SERVICE HOURLY OR t ON- 
*> trart 4 * i e .lent rgfaraneak Reaaar.thla 

ra<a* Pfiona n »oia 

T rNOLEtJM LATER OONTRAcFI RR 

* • apectaMe marrlad man. another city. 



4 ’ O O K - NOUSEKtEJ'ER DESIRES 

’ ‘ ivaitPin B«t M45. Colonial 

i,'XPKK!BNCED BKCEFTtONfST DE- 
I * aire* a permanent pnal’Mn <n medical, 
dental wr buatne** office Alao •* per tended 
dent l*t a aa*lr<arvl R 4*10 



LET UE 

Aeetii yog to brighiea or lighten ymir 
room. With OLIDDSN PAINTS or fin# 
Wallpape> If ptnfe.aUmai workmanahip 
la required, we will br pleaaed le rer.cn- 
■tad • erafteman aim «tu pleaaa you. 



la nppnrtunlly lu work for yauraelt a* 
Independent dealer to aery# Ocean Fall*. 
Bella Coole and Port Alice ai d area. Bale* 
training tupplled If yog ara ambition* 
write lo Boa MU, Colonial, giving particu- 
lar*. 

M ' ORTICIAN AFPIUnCTTCK BTN< ILX 

■ man. IS-SR year# Btat# qualtflcaiion*. 
* 4 * height ecpeeled aalafV and Oleaa# 
mrinae plclurv Boi *0(13, Colonial. 

AN WTTH KNOWLETMlg OF HARDEN 
tnc lo do farm work *i amtll Sommer 
revet Write IL Knight, RR No. 2. Tie- 
tort*. 



jnueaok On Fehniary 3» l»*o. in 

wcYrX LOOM. Ell.abMh TbmnpMB. 
M *d a# year* born in Rtrhanhead. 

tf'land and • realden) of Duncan VI. 
for J4 year*, romlog 40 Vcioria In 1944 
surriemg •<• 

■I the realdanre. UI4 Oeorge 
I wo leni. Henry S Thompaoo of l>un- 
JIo VI knd leelle W Thompamt uf 
v*"mr im and m M , 4tl 

wvinetal aervlce* will be held on nmt- 
Rm II > »* otlwk in McCall 
roihera Floral Funeral ChapaL Crtoa- 

' Don ran. VI. paper, pleaa* copy I 



Bam M 10 . CoNHtlal 



PLDEXLY SCOTCH v..,man PLAIN 
* a cook, aeeka pnai cooking evening 
meal or houaekeeney to ha-naiur or 
widower Ne heeyy work 1 4)lk 



MOWAT-GRANT, LTD. 

Faint and Painierg Buppilea 
545 FORT ST. C 

Parking la No Problem Rar* 



BITHELL’S BUILDING 
SERVICE 

S 1433 

• 10 COURTNEY ST. tOwp Cc-aeh Lineal 



M AN.WISIUB NIGHT WORK. PROM A 

to 12 Rot lUt. Colonial. _ 

M an available for hputtino 
aure# wnod MV per hou r O 3411 

DOW N h pes'and ourrins 
/ | UR Rl’kt IAI ;-Y — IH'ARANTEkD SENY- 
*-* "e at mndeea'a r**e« fnf fry* •<•!. 
malei nn r*p*tvtij* renewing, cleaning. 
Fhnne O M31, Day* wr Keening* 

I POWER SAW WORK DANGEROUS 
tree* felled, wond ratting by hour or 
contract: felling and bucking Belmont 
II 1R 

LO TORINO ROTOT1LUNO. BACK- 
fi ling, excavating, ata Yt* Joaaphaoa 
O 334 3 

1 JlPES RKP4TRED AND WRa'jtED 

1 Prompt aervlr* Phone ••195. 



I,’’ MPI/3Y94BNT WANTED, BADLY - 1 
■ a rhlldrvn end eelf In keep r • eetler red 
female Irurk-drleer h'ddlng whl'e Ueaure 
and chauffaiir'* ' D" llrenre BI114 



I AUNDRRRS EXPERfKNCED PRIYATK 
* family, two «r thraa day* weekly. Bn* 
M)» Colonial 

Y A DIES WAKIgJi FOR TEl.k I 
■ J canv*e*ing. full or part lima; muat 
have own phone Box 9774 Colonial 



IIAVP YOU a MORTGAGE 'ail AN 
• * Agreement for Sal# that yen teoatea 
menthly paimrat* from and ar* anatau# 
•a a* i to raallae imr rat hi Fhoq* n i«|j 
nr tear, mg, g ata* A.t tar Mr Bmrn lot 
appointment ne he will ae|) *« JO vr fmm* 
at your raqoe.i Ftnanrtai Surety LlmMad. 
IJ34 aiteineunl 



I ^XPERIFNCED DRUG AND COSMETIC 
■ • rterk require* ptaiUan tax MXl 
Cal nn 1*1. 

1,'XPEI'irieCYD f ft' IHT-GRDFH COOK 
• a wanu cteudy emplaymeot, day* anly. 
O 493k 

I ^XPgRIKNrED COOK. WfTR~ FsTvATi 
-J fam ily B«e 9n*4, CnUmtat 

1 ^’ X PERITNCKD WA ITREIIS FULL TIME" 
_J dav ne ni ght ghift B 4!2I 

/ 3 ENKHAl. HOtrBECLXANUfO WASH 
' » Ing walla, n», modern aqtaipmanL 
etperlrt.red Wnrkeea Raaeonahle Hourly 
or contract *4141 ar S MU Say ar 



A M HARD - WORKING CREW OF VET- 
•fan* will d* th*» r.mrni fob for you, 
ewrylhtny from foundatinna i« n.n pool* 
reaeonaiily and prnmuUy Call Iluaa at 
R 5*31 and give ua a try. 

A ll typbs of alterations and 

remodel'! g at a raaavnabia pri,« Alto 
will build you a new homa acid aubtnii 
Plana If de.ired R 33M 



G. F. MACHAM, BUILDER 

ALTERATIONS • REPAIRS 
STTMATES OfVEN ALSTON 1ITK 



I IOHT HOiriUtHOLD DUTIES AND 
*J behr-aUIng In **>)<*•<(* for room 
and board la modern bungalow. O 1729. 



13ENSIONER. HARDEN SN RAN 

• fer Up-Ialand reanrt. All ?•*: 
Wage* 442 per month and found 
Boa Iktl Colonial 



AUf.TAfN DRY GOOD* -SEE TNI NEW 
eulor chart. Newianda nylnn yarn. 



M ANAOKRDIS FOR COSMETIC CON- 
■ reeaum Apply tn per*on be* ween 
4 and 5 M p m York Reaaty Salon. gJ9 
Fort Street 

II • TWAIN AM 

" „ nai oorgaiiara PlaiMM work 

•elllng "Charka Fnundailon Oarmtnu * 
Till* la an npportunlty U beenme flnao- 
ciaily intlepenileni Etpartenr* not n*o*a- 
aary. we leach you hew Age* 35 • 4* yra 
Reply for Interview Li Rn* »•!•, CnUolet 



wtlLCOE — Rrfyat* funeral a^lraa were 
held lor the lata Hanry Howard Wlll- 
rn* al tha family raatdanr*. J3J4 Upper 
Tbrrara, Victoria. Saturday morning. 

vsXut » •***■ 

Rev Frederic pika gdrtrtoU^ Mmarw 
oUn Ooward. F. R Wimama. F o. R 
Maurlre #nS H L MourKe eereed a* 
Crematlwa MbiNml Ih. 

gervlcoa. 



A lbert dent ojtm - rnrt fob 

plumbing, haattng, boi-watar tanka, 
aloe* connecting, water aeretra*. renaln 

A S5TT-NAVY PLUMBERS ivFFLT AND 
Inaaall gaa oe alactrle atnraga water 
healvri. a'wea eaonaeUon*. Phone EM14 



.. ‘ DEFECTIVE NTORT 

IS VERY SAD WHEN THE DCFF'T IS 

k tn yuur phonograph or radio Wa *e* 
axpe'l alenih* J'iai rail at Farkavr Sa- 
eording Btudin, yj* Pandora. *pp sets 

INCOME TAX EXPERT AMIIET ANCg AT 
• reaaonabl* rale* Small buaineuea a 



U UALIFIED 
Ford gar a 
> phoni 



ALL TYPES OF CONCRETE WORK, 
■ aewera drain* and aepilc lank* don* 
y axpenamed workman Phoo* Arthur 
ryar, E4U) 



S INGLE FBNSIONER TO LOOK AFTER 
•otomalio noaJ alAkae and farden In 
exrhant* for own Dying quartan B»* 
M)3, Colonial 

flPP DNU T FYLANCNISE FOR NANAIMO 
now opan Apply Spudnuta. a*# F"rt 



EMPIRE FLUMRTNO * fTEATTNG— RE- 
• pair* alle-ailona, eunirarta. FUon* 
mplrw kill. 744 K ng* N«aS 

TURN ACEH REPAIRED AND INSTALLED 
V Poll I enu 491 Orange Hd Col I39M 



A ll types op alterations and 

remodeling at a reaaonabla prlra Alan 

will Irulld you a new limn* and auomtt 
plana if dev I red R ))M 



H ADIO TFrTfNirMN . PI RUT -CLAW 

All* Ceil ei pe : le n re 1 |p »e-»,-e 

•nd aalaa of ladln rocalfa-a A!eu eaperl- 
•need in refrlgeraflon aarview. Rafaren<-*#, 
Rot M47. Colonial . 

H ad to, TELEVISION REnUOKRATIGN, 
honom gr*du*'-a. ayai'ob!# foe igomadt- 
at* engagement Maunra ManaAald, Rnt 
333. Pen tie ton B C. 

flXlPPtNO. FELt.tNG n'lXIVG TWO- 
1 man chain aaw. (3 W Pall later 

Cnlgu l ta 0J 

cpREtS PEI-LED AND CUT UF FREE 
1 aallmaiea I0T1 Oliver a 4M« 



IP YOU ARB USING A SAWDUW? 
• burner In • net weiar far nee* pi**** 
phnna me P 1493 



H aving trouble oettino net.p 

for bouaepork. nearing) Then eall 
the Mofle-n Maid* MwSara eqaipm-ot, 
•»peef#nr#d he p. by in* heq r wr dag. 
O HIM day* O 7M3 night* 



U ’A.-mrri — rxprpirNrxn MDJJNERT 
SALESLADY alee young girl a* ap- 
prentice willing te learn Good wnrkln# 
condition* Reply ataung full parMntlara. 
Bny 4TT1 Chinn I«l 



woinn Al Aha family reatdeo'-a. bio 
r AdlUVral. **0. •« rntrunr, 3J. I9M. 
Arthur Om-rge Young, aged M vaara. 
beloved huaband of Euphemia R. Young. 
Worn tn Portia beW Rnwereel. EnctanS, 
and a raaldant Of VWtoels for )• juam. 
Mr Young waa aaninr owner of lha 
Eaoutmalt Meal Market, Bealdta bt* 
wtf# ho leave* three tong, Philip. Arthur 
j T mpt Edwin, all al home; one daugh- 
lar. Mar**.**- Nelgon. B C.: aUn two 
ataiare, Mrg J. Wlttcemb and Mr*. F. 
Lunn bath fn Yl'teeia. _ 

mineral frem Hayw»fS *9 »C. rMOTbl 
nnidi 04 Monday at 1 13 p a*-, R*». 
So!. H. Creal oftlClaUng InUrmenl la 



UPSCIAI.TV SALESM AN WfTR CAR 
WhIUker A Ree*f.-omb Limited 

T WO YOUNG MEN UNDER 31 FOR DE- 
I tall eeiling wuh laewe enmpany ta- 
perletire a«l aeeenlUl btil fnuel be willing 
to learn and free to travel. Give phon# 
number Bo* *733. ColonIM 

epWO MALE JANITORS FOR CLEAN! NO 
1 wort tn offleo bn Id lug each Sunday. 
Contract er huurfy heal* to eight pair ot 
men WHto Rom MM. CahaM 

U ’ ANTED HANDYMAN mvirrsT M- 
lai • operate De'ael eaeht: #7*" kindle 
conk -hnueek eeper loe« aftar Engllah cou- 
ple uiwt-eetentta* njfe ar'hrllW Weekly 
vtall town In yacHl OeMenai alao kepv 
Cottage*. 1 rearm elactrtclty. fuel. ***» 
table* Slate annual vvru required, phnnp 
number No young children poeatMe R«* 
*77* Colon let- Beaumont. Dlacoeeey la- 
land 

U ’ANTED - FURNACE OIL - BUNN BN 
mechanic foe cite eereV* and tnatol- 
laiiona, ateady g»p»OTWion3 for ErM-alOM 
man Apply Box *aM. Colonial 

U ’ ANTED - SXFENIBNCBD CAR 
waahar. capable ef handl'n# tienm 
denning and ehnoolgtng Apply W B 
Smith. Seeelre Maoagee. Given Motor* 



\ LTEH ATKINS. HUIUilN' I RKTATRS 
rnoflog ape-ially T Th.rhrJ, t *425 
Roofing, gvttara downpipee Eat 1*12 



BERT NTOCRS 

VJLUMBINU AND HOT • W A T I R 

1 healing Reglaierad 

III Uganda O 1339 



| ADY WANTS BO' AFKEtPlNO SOSI- 

jj non; live in. _Wrtt 4 B«i 1731 Dmran. 

M ATT.Hk WOMAN SKEKS FUU. ns 
pari -time poaitton; familiar wuh ofhee 
routine ar ratio med to reepeekalbtllty. Bog 

M04 Colon let 

O FFICE CLERK WTTE ROME TTFtlTO 
Can after etaMIHy gee ulna inierem 
and aMtlty to gnnoetitrato Available al- 
m»el Immediately Re* M7A Cotonlat 

VO UNO* MOTHER WtU. ktrND CNIt^ 
* dree Ht hev own hem# by Say. B 433* 
AppIv 1434 Vtntn# S* 



U "ANTED - HOUSEKEEFER FOR ELD- 
arly coonla, bunealuw, with all mod- 
em ewneealnt-ee fteferenca. Box Ml*. 

Colwniat. 



\ NYTHINO IN CIMIkT FLOORS 
• » walk* driveways farm* a ape> laity. 
at low g oat Free v*Uaaieg. Q04U 

A MI CEMENT - WORK. SIDEWALK FOUn" 
dationA floor* and gaptle tanka ala. 
Reliefer t tan la no* motto Vetarana B 4*21 

A X DON o'— CAS RENTER kl TTVLA 
. Mona, repair*, pain ling wallpaper 



pLCWBINO. FURNACES. REPAIRS - 
« Prcmpl *ervi>* Free eel l male*. 
Strtwtail* * Graanwewd OM3I ot B 3473. 

R ange ool burner service and in'. 

atallaiien. lank* mpnactad and 
siUBblng repair* Prompt and reliable 



U ,’ ANTED EXPERIENCED WOOL EPOT- 
try Apply Nu-Way Cleaner* Ltd , 434 
Wll ltam Street 

l\1BOEEH IHl'. ItON G'ai! URGENTLY 
’ » require hou<ekeeper •mall mudera 
home at Langford Box MIS. Coianitl. 

-ANTED - A FULL-TThfE EXPERT- 
■ 1 en-eg paftrpaa. Apply Monday. 
Ntrathcona Cafe 

\\ ’ANTED - EXPERIENCED WATTRENR 
»» day altlft. good wagwa Apply head 
waiipeaa. ESH 2 . 

U ’ ANTED -EXPERIENCED 'WAITER OR 
wai tram, coup Ur onrk night ehifl 



n ENT ION -CUT RATES ON BUTLD 
fng framing, eepairlng. ramodeling 
't eeretce Fhnne B 1341 



A HEATING UNIT FOR ANY 
HOME — WITH ANY FUEL 



I ADfEW AND OENTV OOOD MS 
22 cimhlng. reaannably priced Baaaar 
•»•• pprt, a i*i4 

\| ADAME THERESA - THE KIOHLAND 
a?t SroiMeu teacup reader, nop readlag 
•• Mayfair Cafe. 



CARD Of THANRH 



GUTTERS 



\ BETTER SERVICE FOR AM. TYPER 
of ee»p#otry and repair* Free atu- 
male* 0 4073 



p j Hop* and family wlah to aw- 
njgir >te*p aupreciatton for lha 
ge. ol .ympe'hy rarelvd from their 
friend* during IRelr "ccul e*d be- 
nant la th* toto •( » •*»'»« hu.nand 
fa "her Special thanka <o Major 

l# T , r •n.4. Km 



DRAIN 

EBTIMATBS FREE 

PIPES 



>•11 Srowd street 

• S ARE rx FEN BITE 
■’ hard to gel We ere 
where goviihia, watgg- 
peeUnaiag ■ renewm# 
lag dowoptpe ehlmneya, 
woodwork. (naelaUffu 
amt wo*k Reaeonahla 
Nam* Supply Ca. IMS 
Fhone O 2073 



/■VLOVELLV kUl rY ATE NOS FIT A L LTD — 
V-/ Fully ataffeg: gradoata pgrta* Madl- 
a*j. ae-iealaeceotg. chronica 119* Ctoeelly 
Tarrng* 81M4 

O AK LODGE FRIT ate Noarrf alToom 
Q uadra S *#71 Medkai cmnvalaa- 
eent and ehroatte pa I ten la 



ANDREW SLATER 

FlwmMng aod Seating 



TJRICXWORK. CHIMNEYS AND FIRE- 
* * *'•'•» bo lit and repaired S tjfl 

/'TONTRACri WA NTEO — LTFT7NO OF 
7 » haute*, found* Hunt bufll under, Bn- 
l<M«t a-irk done cement dneeweva aida- 
Paile fenrlng. roeflng. r-e# avlimaiea. 



Apply Rout bougie. Ra*iaarant 

TY ’ ANTED - EXPERIENCED WATTKXSB 

’ ’ foe new opting of Ciro # Ckf*. 9 n* 
Yale* Interview !• - 4 today 



industrial roofing ca 
E 3660 



PITT & HOLT 

FLUWEINH AND fTXATTNO 
Fvirrecev Inevalled and Repaired 
Ml BRQU1MAL7 ROAD FHONB E74IJ 



\\ ’ANTED FULLY QUAIJFTKD CHRYS- 
»» lee mechante In Perk In moat up- 
tn-d*«a aRop tn Yietnrla. Anple W II 
Smrth. Servlea Manager Olem Motot* 

\* ’ANTED, BT LANGE C^OANrtATTHN. 
* 7 ypucg man far nfflre typing 
Hal. and ahatUtand preferred Apply F O. 



Phare P IHI 



UNDER THE CARP OF THE FtWTERS OF 
rr mart s rnroET 

ST. GRFGORY-BY-THE’SEA 

A ran rale** eel Kama providing homa mas- 
fan# and goad aural ng can 

ST. MARY'S HOME 



S UARP DEAL rONNTROCnOW 
Entry alienations refairs 
7T7< ter ./ 1 tv a eddMWtva An* reowir armiod 
•be horn* SoiMng too amali B 4J*n 

rr«M E NT WORE F-(7NTJST*0 m£ 

V> floc*»«. gidawaSkA, #ag- Septi* tanka. 
Ul* drain* anwara 8 a*t«f *c-.ir - guarao- 
taad Cam bray M Undeewoed t till 

C - EhrENT wore ns a ins siuarwcstiF. 

general repaira, at*.; IA year* gypeyi- 
er.ca Fhona Albino I94Q ae E Mil Garden 
May cork general awn l rector. 

TVail thy nhusb doctor - we Tan 

" preacriM fee rwur repaira, email ot 
large anylb’SS • *773 l IMP 



A BETTER JOB — E 8191 

YOUN TANK PUMPED OUT WITH OUR 
special equipment and cont en ts 
hauled away 



ACCOUNTANT AND 
OFFICE MANAGER 



THE PRIORY GUEST HOUSE 



BOX 8555, COLONIST 





CltTfi IJ40. 


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Allan am) M# 


t JO 


A too* 'n' Andy 


Club IJ*» 


4.15 


Amoa c And* 


Club 13*0 





1 Theatre Guild 


1 Waller WiachaU 




1 Theatre Guild 


1 Lout 11 a Perron* 




I American A burn 


| Chance ol a Lifetime i 


1 Horace Helot 


1 American Aloum 


1 Chanc* of a L)f»Uma 



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Complete Radio Programs for Monday 

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tIA III NINF.ftR rrKbONAl.n 



1*1 A BUBI.Sr.8B FER80NAL8 



9AI r. or WORK SHIRTS 

tlHONU AMJ WARM FLANNEL dob- 
7? •*>“ • , “ 1 *" 4T » Regular to 

«*». Illl lit* 

lMTEHlAI DRYOOOPS 

IJIT Oovrrnaitm »t Pboue 01113 



Th# homo of fi'>4 i*Ab #'.d door* *•>» 

not drop in and lot u* t.’io* yea the quality 
of our work bum u io*(. m# 1c to fit. 
You • 111 b» p'»v»r<i with t>ur p'ipm t<sv 
Wn crffrr ion amp" for quirt ••rvioe. ytiher 
I ram MWI or Matte to tnoaauro. 

look lh#a# o*#t for that r»n fob wb#r* 

Hardaona Pijaood u r*qim*d; 

8. Rotarj-Ctit Mat’ooont 34r k ft 

S Emery Cut Mah.'cu'f 13* aq *L* 

V RIWpO Ullmi.nl IP to It. 

». B1)r#d UtbnglKf lt< M ft 

3*11 Birch Ftywowd - »i« »o f|. 

S Blfrh r I round ... tor KJ ft. 

l . Oak WTo«..d »or m ft, 

A* Oak Fl»wo«d ■ #»v *0 ft. 



WHAT IS SACA-PELO? 

It ia 111* romerkabie arlonttflo diarorory 
of tnt ail OliUli OUI Permanently kill Ih# 
roo:» of al) auparfluout hair Saca-Prlo la 
ndari#*#. aafa to uar on U»« in<>#t aonaUlra 
•kin and can bo appllod eaillj Ui th* 
prtvary i,t your own homo or at M»lan 
Lorboar Labor# -.one* 1 f?» Orgotuia. Vun- 
cuutar. n C. 



>r«f*9*trs 



fin#*marv 



lw»iB| Itrporior 



Laura 



Ladtra' Journal 



New* 

Ton your Rota liber 
Oatirltl llrauor 



Uernluc Com art 



s*PUD*trr% ari 8o delicious. 

^ Ihtm aortrd with many flihn yir- 
tnnaa fintai food coiJtrtton. deliver** to 
your door Unit ft MU 



G'eyin Haidy 
Oo.pel Pm« or 
fit 
Tl A 



N*w» 

Rob Whit* UM 
Bob Whlto Bhr 
Btrnlllsa Tom 



Jun- be Jai a pot 
Juan not Jqrxpol 
Totrn Crtor 

ftoea 



lymphoar 



Mania 

Cana 

1 Oana 
Kitohoa 



Ladloa Bo Seated 
Mr Truo B'ory 
Mill Crookar 



ijmphony Orcb. 
Cardoa Guld# 
Marrtaaa (or Twe 



Uappi 



divaaa Canteal 
ftiotan Cnnioat 
Bloaan C'lincal 



Ma PmiM 
Dr Me'vn# 
Ouutina t-iat.t 



CARS FOR HIRE 

LOWEST RATI* IN VICTORIA 
l»U Pontiac Bodana for Rant 
tr Day Waal or Month 

PONTIAC "U" DRIVE LTD. 

w fort strict phone o iim 



Dotty Crocker 
Viet** Undlabr 

Baukbaao Talking 
Oardon Tibia 



Old Faaliienod Bona 
Man in it* Houaa 
Ma Pvretni 



Double ar Hathlcg 
Dotiblo er Nothing 
today * Chlldron 



oroF smoking without swallow- 
in* anythihi or tutaa ant out pi.wroi 
Fi.r Inlorma'ion aond v ••tdro»#*d an- 
vr.upo I* Plrtro 1043 Dlra* Building 
Edmonton Alnarta 



Radio ICltrli on 



Mr* Burton 
Ferry M*»r-o 
Kara Draao 



Air Kibdoraa-Mm 



NOV* 

I urky Lla<onlng 
l.ucay Uatmlni 
Lurk* LMirnin* 



ad to* Tlrtl 
K»*o® lor a Da* 
tuo*n tor a Day 



Nr*t 

ahao.ali Carter 
Modern Ri.maorr* 
U.Mirrn R..niancaa 



Mind a* Mrlodtoo 

Kindle* Carnltal 
Klddla*' CamUal 
Noa* aud Mwttc 



N*v* 

Com Bolif 

ru O Vaa Do Kan 

fli-O Van Da Ram 



Mav» 

ri adin* Parana 

Nrv* 

Memory Tima 



Nov* 

Pirn l’r«.*bo Bitov 
Bini ClOAby 0hc>v 
Bin* Ofnabo 8l»»v 



CaditC Potior 
Harmony HoodOVB 
Haimr-nv ItnaOnva 



ALB OP LAD! fit' IIATD 



VALUBB UP 
lo ||] W) Pro oil frum i'r tii li V 
at lit* Bargain Mh»p, TIP Virv B'rtol. 
AI>o how** d »»•**■ at Mh- and tl •« 



i Youna 
of Hapctnoaa 



Riark Walnut 



ON Today 
liar vat Harding 
India* Plr»l 
l^dlo* Pir.t 



MhI tit* Mon; 

Hull wood. U i 
Ann Starling 
Ann » loi I In* 



Paiurni* Vniraa 

I i 

Yak* tt r**r 
Taka It baay 



km 

Dao Draamtng 
W til Rao.lor 
Dr Maioita 



HackatM* WJa 
at* Mo Delia* 

LaranM Jono* 
r op Winde r Brovn 

Wh«n OUI Marrlo* 
Porn* Paco* I It* 
Ju*t Plain Rill 



Memory Tim# 

Club Diary 
Ala tor -one 
Btx-for-Ona 



A Mom non Cwirl 
Ml* moon Concert 
Brmu Bra.1* n 



SJlMlill «IVtlM NS CO. TM 

Yaio* Bt root. Rent a Mmrr pur'ah'a 
rirw'rtr by ih* nionlb. or buy uo* from 

kin Mi up k aaia 



Pioneer* t'omtf. 



3:00 1 Nomrmakora 
fl.lk Lieborl at Mia Organ 
3 ’JO . Mualo U>**r» Comar 
1 •» Mtitlr loivar* Corner 



Gary Monro 



Achnul Broaeraat 



Sob Pool* Khun 
Matin** MudratO 
MaMnaa Uu.Uaia 



Nava 

Nona from Hnvh*ro 



Miwl Riuadrakt 
Mtuirkl Pnoram 



A I » IVI U OP BlLAMTY CllLTUHB- 
* » f.nld vataa. ma. tuna and marhina- 

l*i* ivrutanoiUA TU VUv Vogua Hoauty 
balw Bill! 

\ CT NO* PUR OUW rwo-f' 'H-ONI 
tuotial* wn prrmabanu and retd vara 
to a Ray Beauty Buotk S13 Port i t Q3B44. 

t I I ’ •* • ■•1 NT mu K.EHT CURL 
* » tiaau.ad m a oatb of oil. at Raimar • 
fwatiiy nai-r, i«j v>*> RtraoL B *«JX 



sJPRINO COAT k PI a FROM I* M RAIN - 
' ' ram* f.nin 4 1 »a 

PO* tJCR N CljtLDRkita Wk AR 

is* YATi» Ninrrt piionk sio* 

V'PBINO CUUNIWO or r-HSKrtlt- 

Ki Raida, rarpeta drapaa and alls milt 
Ma' hprnoflne Phono Vit torio Cal Pit B 
PurnOura Clrantnr, h 3*i« 



Builders' Sosh & Door Ltd. 

O 4ft3 



Arthur Oodfroy 



Club Calandal 



Arthur oodfray 
Arthur Uodfray 
Arthur itodfray 
Arthur ttodlro* 



I Watooma Trarelar 
Waicoma Traralar 
Aunt Mary 
W a bo*e an 1 loom 

| Woman » Barrel 
Road of Ufa 
Linda a Plrat Uiov 



I Nova 

Shop an-t Bvap 
Club l*»ii 
I Club 1340 



Bravo Vooac* 

Mu. or. tiiandorp 

Cnouneniary and 
Diyartunenm 



»>0 GARBALt T HOAD 

(Opp 1C. Por*M ProdurUt 



Nayohrnth Borenada 
Kaae’Muah Ba't&ado 

Muolc 



Hilda hrwno 

8 r lb* liOC'ir* 

f! th# Heron 1 



Dan Dale 
Parr* M »*om 
Bli 8l*1or 



I Pulton (AVI* 

1 Prank Ramlngviy 
j Behind the Slaty 
Neva 



Nea* 

Off Ml# Raonrg 
OB the tlrrnrd 
OB ih* harurd 



Heutah 
Jark Pmiih 
Clbb ”13“ 
Jumbo Jarfcpnl 



OMibeatra 
K.R Pro*anU 
Melody Promenade 



Beulah 

Ja> k Bmltb Btmv 

Club IP" 

Bona of the Pioneer# 

MM-trir-One 
Bli-fot-Ono 
Bine Huie* 

Me vi 



Navy 

Rs*tla Birthday Party 
Kiddle Kapota 
Kid’ll" Kfcpart 

Nava 

Mualral Round up 
Tovn CM#* 

Prankio Lain* 



Houaavitai Ina. 
Huotavlva* Inr 
Mvard B Murrov 

Clifford and Clark 
riu»or<l ano Clark 
Chat Huntley 
Nava 



Edmund Iforarldgk 

May I- Adeen-.urca 
BoitJ. Ne*| 

Bolo (or OrUiaelrn 
Nolo for Or--heatlP 
Allium loaf 
Album l-oaf 



PKNCKR BUPPOHTB ’INDIVIDUALLY 
designed’ Mra Moirimn, Albion 

P iHeeer** rhargr* i 



Melody Proi 



R. A. Green Lumber Co. 
Limited 

KWRVTIIlhO PV'R BtMLDINO 



Yukon 



lumtio Jack; 



Yukon 



tJncIo Prad 

Ryipe'man 
Kenny Baker 



OPKNCBR UANMKNTM INOIVIDWAI LY 
h' rteaigned Your rorao’ior n Jftgl 

•fltHRirr * BOOK • cm NIKS’ YOUR 

I Mai uuer onupoi. can ho iiaad on pur- 
rha*at of china and oarthainvrr* from 
Peoruary 3d to April t. Roll Bkinnfr. 63) 
Port Street 



| |UH YKARI.Y TWO-POK-ONS PSRMh 
' am non on till February 1* Brma a 
friend at d divide the <i*». IIP V.aa 
bieert <l it* | I. a Pram* Beauty Baiun 

I fkriMANKNTBI NSW LOW PRICK FOR 
■ limited lima Bpaclatlat* in Hair- 
railing Avalon Boauty Puloo lupataira 
above Kraago ar. Phono t 0P33 

S Ii.AllH-UNA Beauty's* Inn. RIP Douglaa' 
B P3JJ Permanent »ar# ■ per la U* l 

' I UtflZk RT~BhA OTY BALOR Ptiui A* 

■ nania o apaalalty Teat curia (Iran 

Mary Cnaon. lfild Part Hlrvei. k k314 



Okl'rlg) H**tlr« 



N*v* 

PdvinC Hill 
Rat* Bmtth Bhnv 
Kata Bmtth Bhov 

TIM Lon# Rancor 
Tli r Ton* Rancar 
Yihol and Albert 



Inquola 



A 00 Norman CMUMay 



Radio Theatro 

• 

Rat! hi Thoafra 
Radio Thegir* 



Radio Thoatr* 
Rartia Thaalia 
Rail!* Tin a lie 
Pablo TTifkvr# 



Neva 

All-Time MH Parade 
All-Tim* Mil Parana 



Tltoenhlll and Orth 
rttornlitll and orch. 
King Cola Trio 



Rob W Mia 

Bnb While 
Bnb Wniko 



Naoal Alt Bnoy 
fandy Mafv.n 
Candy Mauon 



P Ik Nurman Cloutier 
P JO | Canon Coleman 



LUMBER — MILLWORK 



Parer' Toaohyr 



All-Time lilt rarida 



P»NH — DOORJt 
COMF1. rn STOCKS ON RAND 
PRAM KB — CABIN STB 

INSULATION 

VPN UR — W ALLBOARDB 
PAINTS - HARDWARE 



OKwrtuiltf Knorka 
Opt*' '* unit* Knnok* 
Manual Maaarma 
MenUav Maeailna 



Mur nay by RiparU 
Murder b> SiporU 

Ct*ro Kid 

Clam Kid 



My Friend Irma 
Mi Pn>nil limn 
Rnb Havk 
Bnb Havk 



V 00 I CC P Talk 
T:1& I Allan Mnlh 
T in , Monday Magaitna 
T 48 ! Monday Magazine 



Neva 

All Tlin* Hit Parailg 
Oam* Pr-.m in>>< • 
0»m* Prnm Bhova 



ro-roR-oN* ppRitn now at la 

Prior# Baauty balnn 



f 1'All OHfNl* — LA DIM' AND OSVIH 
I «,r* • giittg madf nto ladle* 1 tt 
own matortai atylert la cult Don't TBrnv 
anything away Aak ih* Cua'oin Tailor fur 
fra# advice Ml Port Street f 3031 



• Goo re# 



Light up Time 
Neva af the World 
Railroad Hour 
Railroad Hour 



Lovell Thom a* 
Ja. k Smith Sb#W 
Arthur rtodfrey 
Arthur Oodfror 



Albert a Kanrti 
Alnor'a Ranch 
Variety Sanniioa 



Ptaw Baproa* 
Nlrtmlaa Nlrkleby 
Nlctwilaa Nlckleby 



S’arlety Bandiiot 



Take a Chance 



Ulenn Hard* 
Pulton lev t* Jr. 
Dance Orrheotra 
Danr* Orchastra 



Bhov Btiklneya 
Bhov B’l* li.aaa 
T-Miay * HlU 
Bing dine* 



Mink 

Cummerr* RaporU 
Sava 



Telvphnna 



Inner Sanctum 
Inner Sanctum 
Beulah 



National Farm 
Farm Forum 
Producer a 



P HU llnmetnvner* 

a- IS Homalwuert 

p jn Opportiint'y Knock* 



Take ■ Chance 

Tventt Qu*i 'Ion* 
Twenty Oueatlon* 



rpAlLORlMO -ALL KINDS OF DShAIBf. 

• nd *••','»' ggrn-ei U. Jane* Coupe TIP 
Fort Btreat fj 4 t«! 

riMi.r v. It L Itf M 

• condition ground vo>i' oatlitub nvroi* 
anenilv Nell Butler E lk*i 



Telephone 

O'cheatra 



R. A. Green Lumber Co. 
Limited 

twi Docoi AB STnrrr 



mVfUULL'8 LTD 
I *p*eial *»c Pa 

Co. Ltd Phan* S 



P 48 1 Of.por’uuit ' » 



Oraheatrs 



work»hop 



BH-for-One 
Pi* -for -Cm* 

Neva 



New* 

Provincial Affair# 
Robert ArmhriMtar 



Waatar af lira* 
At Clo*# of Day 
Chapel Chirr** 



The Bav Show 
Vir Water a Show 
Via W ater a Bhov 



Conrart Hour 
Concert |f”ir 
rnnrvrt Hour 



TIM* I* th# Piory 
Bvap n Shop 



N*v* 

ktin.tr Carton Bing* 
Nation'* Capitol 



MAUON HANHUP 



I Rplnner 8*n. turn 



Lionel Barrymore 



Rev* 

DoghotiM 
Dgghoua# 
Digl pom 



Convert Hour 
Dane* Tim# 
Danoa Tin# 
Dane# Tima 



Philip Marin** 
Philip Maria** 
Philip Mariwa 

New* 



Nava 

Voice of the Army 
It * Tima lo Dream 
Neva 



New* 

Spinner Ban-'tiun 
Bplnner Banrium 
Bpinnar Sanctum 



Or«h*y'*a 
Orahaaira 
A Tim# to Dream 
Dream tin-.* Neva 



Damon Runyon Th*»’ '• 
Damon Runyon Tlteeirg 
Paula Bi.-ne 
Ron* at th* Plunaara 



riiRUPPSB. Bt.'KfilCAt, SKITS, FXHEHT 
* fitting Free coreullailnn D*rlln| • 
Pharmary Pori at Brood 



Cue* (or Muat* 
Traaauiy Varle'tad 
Trraaury Varte*.t«a 



EDUCATIONAL 



LUMBER SPECIALS 

All Price* per l.ooe ppm 

I g I b*A 8J8; 1 « 4 n«B, It! Ill ard 
I a P tongue and grouie u«. ) ■ « *.«• 
random lengihi. pip; ahipl.p gj vNtiha 
• •4, | a 13. Big. git. la j tandem IvugUt* 
»JP. fir (Uller, 30c per \jn*a| logi 
W# ha*a aeeryihio* In lumbar, beat af 
grade# rhaaiieet «ri. •*. g r ,g guti keel 
Qellrery aervic* tn (agn 

Open Baturdar All Day 



rpiActrr rkaoiso - last • 

■ Aoarttnem 1. For apouintmant K Oikg 

\V r H AT DOBS l»8d" R 
» » Canaul' Wtadam Banila. Th# NutahelL 
BIT Perl Ptraat 



PttEPAHKD — BUhJ.NKB* g 
tar lot. civil a* re U# court* Di 
r laeaee Btiroil-Shav School 



40 FOR 8AI.F — MISCELLANEOUS 



33 BCBINE8S DIRECTORY 



33 HCSLNE8S HIHKTOHY 



h BkHJEANT. B A iKEPTON AND 
Bt John* Cull. Camb honor mam. 
year* eaivrlerw* auachek all gral*a. 
trie . French Latin, lik C30 Mattery. 
ri*iia. fho'.a BP44T. Auguti auceet*** 



vision 



tchkn CABirma. uillwopk. 

dura and rvaiauranl nature* Varl- 
WotiP Brudurt*. #80 Moolrial D*v, 



U ’lfrrr fi^ub trimmkd pii.tb mo u 

81 M. 

Rhamrork Shop Btra'hcong H»t»l I^bhy 



ARKS A CLARK, patent attorney* PO* 

Mat.* of Toronto Building, Vlotoria 



Stewort & Hudson Ltd 



kOYAL BISINtbO COLLCas, 140C 
A llrved Btraai. U 401* Maurice Toaar 



P no Arthur Oodfray and RD Frlrnda 

P '•« i Journey hark 
a Id The Clock 

lo O’) > T'lancw* Pally Final Edition 
10 00 • Wraallleg 
11 QO | Telrr.cg* Dally 



l «Kk» Pup 

IV club *>erlal Cartoon Capera 
Te*« Pattern 

Teleota* Dally Ftryt SamoB 
Kuala Prur. an.i Oil!* 
i |c. Be Ann.iutiietl 



Tha ore-*!np build I r g tupply rantr# Deal 
vuh ninhdenra and a mnney-kavk g.iar- 
ante# on (and. gravel, cement, ll»» pia* 
ter brick, and a rotnnlcu Una of builder*' 
aup pile*. 



31 GARDENS AND SIFPLIES 



rABPFT n.gPNIHO 

( 1ALL CAMEL HIJQ AND~CHbn'SRPtSlJ> 
j dean*'*. I PPIP Cleaning ar d miiUi- 
praefing Won don* in yu-tr b-nne or 

t*k*n out Adu*n *vrvUa paint vaahlnp 



MUSIC 



\ BPSCTAL SALS OP THOMPSON 
• * eat eaadleu grape nlanra. 2*17 

Graham Btraai balveao Rlllald* and 
King*, 

H aro aim now at jenningc v- .1 
•ery — Top-rate fruit trag*. gfuube. 
maw rc . pete #a to toh !»'• Buy nrv 
and gave Dally aieept Sunday* at 1701 



ATOM LUMBER CO 

IIP JOHNSON STREET WEST 

taal of Victoria W#*t F»rk-Arrn*e From 
the Roundhoake. ■ 3J4P, Evguingg. QPiPt 



I^Zf’KJtr MODERN OUITAR TUH ION- 
■ J beginner* or advanced. B 1483 



PRICES SLASHED 

On hnmo Invulptlon Buf Ofiirno Wool 
3* thlik ball* paper engloead. g>anl-«i*e 
carton vf (SO Muar* feet only IJ Id Re- 
member. loo H D «h»anor lo Inaulat* 
*h#n yog build, veil* or rolling and you 
• HI find Oypr-.c Wool at * ’t" eu ft Ik jour 
Poet buy In 3“ full thick Imuletlon. 



33 BUSIN EBB DIRECTORY 



33 RI'SINF88 DIRECTORY 



HIE SCHOOL OF POPULAR 



/verm u im replacement party 

’/ far Sit* and <^rt CpN CofToe 
Shop 1T0* Dongle* Bllte* iOp» Bill 



loR (LOTIIIMJ. I tha attogg. nc 

( 'HESTER FI KLD, » MATCHING CHAIRS. 
'V Milfaa labia, and tab.a, long lab;* I 
ruaa. iiirben let... and 8 ehalrn 3U 
CoTvIll* Ruad. 



JUFT ARRIVED -ANOTHER SHIPMENT 
OF OUR FOFU1AR 

ALBERTA kOO COAL R13 IP PER TON 
Ordar your* today- It will nol laet Idng 

KIRK COAL CO. LTD. 

■Our P3nd Year*' 

o mi ma broad street 



ATTENTION HUNTERS I 
OO WILL OPT THAT PROMPT. FIR 
aonal tarvlce at B P4I8 

DAVE MKCKEDT 
Nov loratod at 00* Oordon Btreot 
Inter through Orean Really 



NOR ANYTHING IN LANDBIAIINO 
Phon# Colgulta J18F. 



EXPERT INVISIBLE MFNDINO 
iMr* A o*rlandi 

LadJ**' and Oenta’ AHeratlono- Reoairg 
PICKUP AND DELIVERY 
HIP Alder Btraai Phone O «»! 



DAM BOYD. PIANO AND BLNGINUl 
J 2«P Rjt.vdg* Pup. I* eitllad O PP44 



UBINERB IB MOVING TO 11 C , Bt7T 
1 eur buMn*a* la moving la Vtatortg 



LARGE OIIAUTT KAHN 



IT IS CHEAPER TO 
BUILD WITH PLYWOOD 



V*n*f*r. E Mil 



CmbMI a 



/ iATHhiOMk UMOWN. USU. TEALH- 
’ er of piano and ihvory O J#o 

I EARN TO PLAY THE EASY WAY - 
3 * King Kol* Speed Byitem, popular 
Piano. 71# Jobnaoh. oyer Fink Bhamp 
Cafe. O tk43. raa. K iat». 



I (INNER BUrr. TAILORED ENul.lBE 
1 ’ material, alrooet new. Plton* E 8171 
TAEGAR TWEED COAT. 14-18. RUST. 
c°* 1 »* e - t-* 1 d rnndnion, ||8 Black 

• r»Dr (Ire**, BPBltU B. 14. 18 B J01P 

| !' IM'I W..1L’ I* WITH BLl'i 
,t '* .?° a V. »»*• >«•>• almvil n*v. r«M 

• IM. vlll eell very rrtuinai-i.v r 184P 

J ADY « S-LENOLH ELKCTKIC BKAL 

£ •*», man^ a gray-atripa gull. lie. 

O 1 1 87. Mr* Milner. 

T ADY H nitOWN LPATWKH RIDINO 

•ujJnfaaB* Ti w, ‘ tu ,0 ' ,tt “* 

MANS BROWN FIN - IT R J FB k I 
f»»i|# gtnardin# «uM| gahetdina 
rainroat. brown apart* j*c*v. aT: *i*« «y 



H olland ruhnery btock. just 
arrived, at M84 ArMtu* Road F J. 

Ttmp 

ARCH IB TTfK TTME TO FI ANT. NOW 
la tha Uma la otder fair flnaerlng 
ehroh*. roiaa. trull traa* avrrgrver.a or 
■ard*ti Information, fir. Call Art Da*l-a 
Fr»*|>*cr Lake Nnraarlea, Wm Baanlrh 
Road <30 minute* from Inwnt. Cnl.mlU 
IMK Alvar* give a girt that grew*. 

^COMPUm O ARDEN BFRV1C1 ~~ 

R OTOniLlNO — ROT O TILLER OOK8 
through imall g*t*. Prepare* ground 
for Immediate planting Flouahlog. etc., 
arranged Albion 3I3R or Silx 

U ABFRtnRY AND RHUBARB ~ROOTB 
RkiPdav. Ma)**(1c Driv# Albion 4R. 
\VSBT ffAANirH Ot.AII GARDENS - 
'» Oladlolu* bultip. Roekhtll *tr» » berry 

f lanU Mr* A. Haggen. Public Mark*! 
olqulll PIT. 



THE DIME MESSENGER 
G 5334 



Ye* plypood thealhma I* mil** anted of 

•hlpUp. 

STRONGER 

SF83DIKR 

CHEAPER 

Compare the eaiat. 

To ro**r 1.B0B *q ft fallowing for tan 
and Vaktti with No 1 khipleo |PJ W 
To ro*»r l non eg fl with 4-11“ Ply- 
«Mid Shaathing 1*0 HP 

plywood *)*o ***** in nail* and labor, an 
you **# It pgyi to uaa Plywood. 



KtffnRB' Knaast kihhesi 

Bvi«* KIM#*. 5n# l* lb 
The ftld-Pa»hton*<l King 18c 'V lb 
COUNTERS da CHARNY CHOCOLATES 
11* Fort 8Unl Talaphon* O 1T34 

TO FUBI.IC 1.1 BRAKY 

I U m»mb«ri at 

R r CRAri HOUSE. PJP FORT OI88P 



A OOOO ORADB OF 

ALBERTA COAL 

BY SACK OR TON 

Victory Lump— S15 25 Ton 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 

ACME FUEL 

i 2922 G 4581 



A I LAWN MOWER BHARPININO - 
A h Jobnat.in 1181 Vancouver Bl 
Oer.arai therpentag Mover*. ahe*ri, prim 
•ur« key cutting Phone B 1811 W# •pe- 
dal lav m pov*r mover* 

It/NCnON fail ANPtNHfcS, ISIS OAK 
*» Bay Avenua. Phen# B P3JI LAWN 

MOWER fiervieg, gtncral tool iharpening. 



Delivery Sereirv 
Ll ilk I Delivery of All K.rdg 

Pared — Baggagb — Moving 

Wv Deliver ao Ev*ry Btrv«l la th* City 
Onoa a Day 

SIP* CORMORANT STREET 



KB HILDA DAVIES. PIANO TEACHER. 
•44 Ooiga Road Wtit. E 7313. 



DANCING 



A T Kll.RN'B SCHOOL OF DANCIKO. all 
-» tyi-aa of daaclr.g taught, ahildrap ball- 
r conn *par laity T4» Braugitiaa R*e B 33*7 

A CADKMY DANCTNO rkNCINU, bam" 
ba rumba, ate. Private aod alaa* 
Iraanna FvneloB ISIS Douglae E llii. 



WtFKff 4 t-Lh Bn* Of Cadhurfa 
milk tray rfmeolb'r* r.v*r»»a* 
Ltf*H SWEET SHOP 7JP Yatra. 



I AWN M O W t R B BHARFENED 1107 
IJ Oo*frnm*nl Btraai. Pick up and d* 
lfy*r B 4843 



cniMNti kwrkFi 

\ CnVK~ CHIMNEY fiWEEPS^THOMrr 
aarytoo Plum* B 4(31. 

Tafital” chimney - SWEEP, VACUUM 
■J equipped Prompt *er*i«e B 4A13 

0IT& ll li I N O 8 JACK LEONARD t 
-J Super Service Chimney Bvyap. 



DELIVERY WITHIN A DAY 

Chop Wood for Tour Convenient# 

M F*r Ccvd 

Wa Oer Our Chop Wnod From 
Hlllrreal Lumbar Cg 
Ail Maud Puaed 

DRYLAND FUEL CO. 

O 84 JP 



PLYWOOD SHEATHING 



KEEP 

YOUR NEW CAR 
NEW LONGER 



4 ■ P Sheet* I-IC, lack pi 8P « 

4 i S fthaeta V. Ravh P* 4P 

b e I Sheet* V, Hsrh M 3# 

U*e plyvood for evnrrtta form*, tubflvar*. 
• •lie. roof *h*tihing A light drv draft- 
frye *h*alhlng Mpyydiar ronttrueUou. Uau 
Drop (n (or further detail* 



LAWN MOWERS 

SHARPENED. REPAIRED. COLLECTED 
and dallvared. Keaundlllooad lavp 
mover* lor tale. 

K*y* Cut While Tna Wall 
Brleenr* Shear* Sharpened 
Lork* B*pa!r*(l 
Wringer Roll* K*d *c»d 
Umorrlla* Repaired 
PRICES KEY SHOP 
347 Fart Btr««t Phan# O 4311 



•h* pH for oaner taniflc* far |3o BI8I( 
P*for* II k Bl or after 8pm 

M uhkkat sack coat in good cits 

dlltdon O SIPO all day Bungai 

weekday* alter Ppm 

I \NE PAIR OP JnDHFURB HfY.* tl 
g •* ^ r * 1 ***' rm,ncaal *< »*-e HiBgfiABhiP 



4 BPIUNO BOLERO BUTT MADE 
• a from any illuatratlon. Mary Kay. 
I838A Port .over Century Art). # 17J3 



ROTTED HORRE MANURE CALL 
a 43 P4 



CUAL AMD 1*000 



LOUSES - TARTANS OR HAND- EM- 
onidvrag. Kaiki*«o'A IPU Pori street 



HILLCHBST DRYLAND FIR 
4 BARGAIN FOR H1LLCHEST DKY- 
* a land Dnuglea fir bark alabe and drv 
black* in ll-ln kanaiii* Till* wuod ll *11 
hand-aradtd to cilminat* tawdugi and 
ruhbian Hhlrred fir l# highly rvrom- 
mvnded for furnara. Drop! are and klltbaa 
rang*, alio, •• bay* fir apill wood 

■•For Your Nett Oord B* Bur* You 
Order Our HUlereil Ftr" 

nr bloekg end elaba. c i C\T\ 
per oord iO.UU 

loimedlal* Delivery 

NOTV —It pay* i« *p*nd a little more 
mnaav to get good qu* itf wood than to 
a pend leai and g*i poor quality 

CAPITAL FUKI. CO. 

Ebon* B till. Night or Day 



DAVIS MOTORS 

ABOUT 

UNDERSEAL TREATMENT 



A COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE— 
• a DELTA KU3TRJC O 7414 H Tem- 
Itriwiii and K Dtllei.aagh War Vet* 



NURSERY STOCK 
ROSES - FRUIT TREES 
EVERGREENS - BULBS 
GLADIOLA AND LILY 

SOIL FOODS AND CONDITIONERS 
Borar Tour Treva Nov 
We Hava a Full Lina of Inroctltldee 



FENCING 



I tRFSRUAKIR ALTERATIONS A ary 
1 ' r laity. Mr • Olaetford. IIIP MrKen- 
lie Bl'#*f 

I iHEMHMPKlRO aedare flUod | peam p tly 
1 ’ Mr* ouabrut lopp Pandora. B M33 



A rottipleie fenring *er»!r# at vmir dltpoeal. 

C ut pirkeia, any ait* ahape ar length 
t ■» quote yna tn advan#* on the roet af 

J our fenr# You vlll ba turpmed hov 
Itlla ll coat* to beautify and proiaat your 
garden. 

PO -Foot picket fence with aquare- 
aavn picket* and nail*, eompUie 
for only 4l(*i 

Wr1’» cal! nr phon* for FRET IP-pat* 
booklet on fenre devtgn*. Illuetrated atth 
actual pictarag and devtgn* 



COMI’LETB WIRING R Eli VICE — FREE 
eattmatea Olovrr Elvctrie. E M14. 



Thl* niiherleed eoattng I* *pr#ye« on th* 
uadertid* of your n*v ear la keep ll new 
longer Ouaranteed for thv Ilf* of your 
car Call la (or an uaderaeai treatment 

thl* week. 



vie (Tan At ooNTRACToaa 

I,- LKCTK ICAt KIP AIRS HOUSE Win" 
I ‘ ing, rangea hoi aatar heater* tn- 
m ailed FairDeld Elec tric Phone BP341 

jlOUM WIRING.' HOUSES' HFWIRED 
* v for range* hot otter heater* In- 
stalled Pi** oetimaiea ReaeanaPI* arlr*a 

Prompt eervlre Dunn Eiactrlg. O IJPO 



'ONDHRFTL VALUES WONDEilri'L 
an#** -SI*#* 13-14-11: avail vulta. 

>1 ar.d attk dreaae*. blouro*. hat*: #h ** 
Qu od ropd ltloo t WPP Bun day. 

•ANTED— oirm Do up i.g. a r< » a PTKD 
»ulf all* 43. If Muat ba good aaa- 

on E IIIP. 

TOMSK ■ NKH 'NAVY' WOOL SAET- 
thea coal, *t a# about M Price gyg 



LOST AND FOUND 



Tour PONTIAC BUtrK VAUXHALL 
O MC TRUCK Da alar 



radar Shingling Aephalt Roofing 

Wall Shinaliag Roof R#pairg 

•ROCK ROnEKTBOK ROOFINO 00 
BHINOLERS * ROOFERS 
Workmaathlp Outran oed 
Fra# E*tlm#i#a — Mo Obllpattva 
Apart. tn! AppUiato* fpV John* - Manvtllo 
Roof* 

rhea# E P444 - Right Phon# I 4483 

I1M Dougla* Siypet Victoria. B.C 



LAYRITZ NURSERIES 



I,V5UND — NAVY BLUK BILLFOLD 
* Tueaday Owner may have *amo on 
tJeoiincation and pajmant at ad 0 0)48 

I JkOUND— BLACK BHORT-HAIRKD MALE 

dog with while nn*v, blond* female 

cocker 6 PC A.. EP814. 



DAVIS MOTORS LTD 



113 FORT BT. AND WILKINSON ED 
O 3133 Colquitt «P 



GARDEN HELPS 



O R DENN 



OUTHS FAWN BAD* COAT. 

condition. B ntl 



riLOOR LAYEHM AND FINIRHgRS ARM- 
A afrvng aaphalt ruhbrv ill* Bandlni 
er-d flnuhlng 11*1 Bea--lt Drive B *731 



Cold Pram* — aH tilt readv to *»»#mhie- 
tite )8 « 40 inrha*- r‘ malarial, glowed l*P 
Complete, only 41 44 

Cotd Frame Ba*h Oeu glaagl— »0 fit above 
only - ... kill 

InitaD any ecraa gl**» In Uita your*r)f 



EXOPKR 

A BARGAIN FOR H1LLCRKBT DRY- 
land DeuqU* fir AU No 1 heavy 
UDM allied with infill# blo^k* dry er-outh 
fur ii*M-itient, lt-ln#h:' alM H'Ui wood No 
rutibiah; clean, never In water. Immadtate 
delivery 

44 44 OORD IN TWO-CORD LOTS 
ATTENTION — Don't he fooled aod gel 
cheap, poor or vet quality wood tha: coat# 
you more in th# leng run We e# qot the 
|liilcr*#t Dryland Heat— dry. clean and 
hand-picked Oood for all-round u*a Be 
tura the name bolov it on the truck 
Sol* Agent 

■ILLCREST FUEL CO. 

O Ml 4. Day and Night 



| - Nil KrYR IN r ARE. St LAWRENCE 
• and Niagara Etreeu. Thurtday am 

III B Torner R EU 

I .'" All. A 1 MAY I)!!- 

trtrt Rmhii O 4803. after 4 pm 



TYRRELL'S SHRUBBERY 



FLOORS BT4Y REALTIFUL 
WHEN BANDED AND F1KIBHED BT 
BRUCE IRVINE 
OF THE 1C* h AO CM CUB 
114 VIEW - Bill# 

Dark B IP31 P»lg DU. U 1*04 



4 TT. AS MATT M FM 8 HOF— ALL TYPES 
* * af d*itr*«#»* bo* eprtrga Hoiu- 
% °od bed* Alteretlnn* and r*;,*ira frea 
B'rkPb and delivery silt Quadra at RiB- 
*M#_ O 4»34 

4 LMOBT NEW 4-FT BED W1TR ILKKF- 
43C BiP'teaa* *acnflM. 



NOW OPEN 

carrying a full line of nuraery gtock 
at bargain prioea 
to* and up 

THIS WEEK'S FEATURE 

1 000 Choice Roa* Blithe* Including 
P*acg. Vlll* d* Parti. Oen McArthur. 

Mr* Iddy. Taiuman, McCreadyi 
and 40 gthar vartetl** 

K Mil 1ST FORT STREET 



LOVELY FOR TEATtMB 

LABURNUM TIME 

Dainty Englith Bona China 
Biquiettely Decorated With Hanging 
Bloetom* of Yellow Laburnum 
Tea Bar etc* II Flece*. ill II 
Blnglo Cup* and Baucer#. II 84 
Fla tv* from P4o Bach 



Glared price 



Oarden Lima— to help your toll and eondl- 
lion ground 8g-lb. oa<k 44* 

Terrain*— Ihe varmlcullU plant aid. *1- 
moet IMA garmination tn aoving fine wr 
enur#e ***da Uee It tn rutting Uvnrhe*. 
for tranapianrng. etc. add It to *#ndy 
#o«l* tn preparing lawn*, hold* additional 
vatgr and food Buthtl bag Only 41 II 



Wa are U*« only tnnpaav la Ylctorta t 
•an give you aompiyta (atulaUoa got* 
Celling. Boar*, valla and window* C 
pletq lina af Rocksool and Cotton 
■>ilatioo Aluminum Fall taaulgtlea 
roll* of 484 aquara feet III 

Tha Seat la Ouarantrod Material# 
and Wortmaatbip 



JVHfND— BLACK KEY CAlit BEVERAt. 
key* a sail. 



I OST OR STOLEN -BROWN LEATHER 
■ e * liar he rat# viih gent* toilet (•«* 
o»#r»ho** and article* of clothing, from 
C P R Malian. F«br.i»ry II. Rtvard. Mr 
J Brook#. I8u8 North Dairy Road 



tJEACTtPUL SOUD WALNtT NINH- 
•• pi#*v d ning-r-om aalta Thl# U r.aiiy 
ffn# furntlura and an a*#*t tn good home 
Alao #oiid walnut fnur-ptac# k**lr#om aultg 
and ethar furniture for Ml* lit# Ivlgbioa 



A FIRST CLAM JOB OF SANDING AND 
* a finikhlne old or new floor* Rraeon- 
•bl* rotea Modern Floor Co B IMS. 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 



i ocr from viriRrrv of haufbhihe 
g and Brighton Avenue young male 
tabby cat. vhlte on rhati and pov*. may 
ba in|ar*d Any Information groa'-ly ap- 
l>r#ri»(#d Plea*# phon# 11)01 

I 

Id HBC. or Baton t ladr* vetiw geld 
Hulota vainh. auuare-ltnb bracelet; aanM- 
mvniaJ vatu# Pi*##a phoaa o HI# Ha- 
vant 

f OST PERU UAR Y II Rm> - 
*J Sireet and Ath Road. Oordon Head 
man * brown l#oth#r paunlt#t |Io*f H* 
ward Oro#n. a-o Davie Motor# 0 314*. 

f OET— BQUAKb' REAR -VIEW MIRROR 
*4 on Dull k #tatlon wagon parkad out- 
•id* Bank nr Moniroal at Baquimalt Ri- 
vard B n* 14 11, Colon i*< 

f OCT, BROWN WALLET. VICINITY 
3-4 Oram Street aoo Fernwood Road 
Prr#ar*f papey* and turn of mun*y. 0 1041 
or U I3JI. Reward 

T OET. bFelobilt oentlbman. tbs- 

14 tvrday morning. 438 vtrlnlty Cale- 
donia A«* aad Dougla# 81. Sal#vay 440 

ma __ _ _ 

I Ogrr— FV1UNI CONTA1NINO A BUM OF 
J mcin»y, vahiabl# paper* and a rail- 
road |’**a. Finder pi##*# ovoiae* 0*801. 
Haw ard 



Handlod ip ynar Mil#I#atloti Atphalt 
roof* appll#d by #gperl#nc*d wurkman In- 
dlatlon tnitalled at very lav aoat* gui- 
tar* and dewnpise* rrnav#d Wa #giimate 
tha pr<»* on ynur )nh In advance and awar- 
ante# yna a ffnUhed Job to y«wr eatlilar- 
tiaa *t reaeonahla price# 



VICTORIA ROOFING & 
INSULATION CO. 

• «# FORT STRUT FHONB B 



SYDNEY REYNOLDS LTD 

THE QUALITY FKOPI.B 
Oppoalt# Emprea* Hotel 



I JBDNOOM BUm COMPLETE WITH 
•* epring and Innaroprtng matir**# 
hardwood Windanr diner t# a*t • w 
chrome dlneiio aatta; rhina ralHner 

Plectrolut; ate g jqqj 

V y t A UTIFUL LoW-BEAT. AS NEW. ABE 

** rxM harggroiind lion nun 



H I184 - 8AND1NO AND FINISHtNO 
Reaaonahl* Kaighl'i Floor Burfaciog 

1,'LowHa SANDED AND IIBF1NISHEE8— 
A Aaphalt floor ule* Fra# aatlmai*4 
Capitol Floor Co o Mi** 



A COMPLETE TREE SERVICE 

Scientific Fruntna and Spyarlap 
Danetrou* Treoa fumavad and Cat Dp 
Lava* D* Weeded 

CHARLES A COWIE 

Phon# B IP1P Brenlaa* 8 300* 



ALL BtST HILLCRBET WOOD 

\ LL Na. I DOUOLAS FIR BLOCKS iND 
aMba tJ-io No rubbUh. Ready In 
burn. One cord. Id. \ 

Immediate Delivery V 

MU! CK Eftr WOOD B ATT AN SINGH 

Night-Day— Phaoo B JMP 



S*kE MB FIRST FOR YOUR SANDING 

” and fmUhing Jon* Free #*tiw»t#a 
given Work guaranteed Rvaa, K 7»#l 

\ r_ l _ HARDWOOD ~FLOOH OO, 1100 
' Dougi*# Prea a#timatoo 0 1)14. 



( » riM# background, (ion o jjt) 

riONVERTO LIK I HEW. REASONABLE' 
: ' *•“>» model eiM tn* *tay* Hit 

Paadore. Bulta I 

I )f?NCAN PHTFe""] DROfTeaP - DINET^ 
M7 M oak eectional book raa* 

ISO. A Ik tint IBS R 

I )OfJR!.E BED WITH BPRrWO AND MAT* 

J ' »r#M. 44 1 37*0. 

n iwiNu-SooM Biim7Tri»cm.~WAL^ 

nut. Ilka new 30*8 Orchard Art 
Livwnvxl PAI ■ - CHOICE uvinrv 
i. . '•"m fucnlpnra at #acrtnn# prtcaa 
Pl*trh»r Drug lYlrtorlai Ltd . 1114 Do og- 
lu wirrol 

TOR SAI.g RCANONABLS ' KIT'TfKH 
I lahl# 4 rhairt double heg With euring 
end mattro#* bureau child, high rhalr, 
a i *W earponur-e Mala. MTS Ray Etrowt 



ROOFING 

AND INSULATION 

M TEARS ROOFINO EXPERIENCE 
at Tour Service 

J. N. "JOCK" FINDLAY 
B C R. & AGENCIES 

QUALITY MATERIAL 
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP 
PIUB ESTIMATES 
ALL WORK OUARANTEED 
• 4(33 ■ 1114 Night. O 4M4 



OIL PAINTINGS 



Stewart & Hudson Ltd 

*04 OOROC ROAD B till • E 3PU 



Irrted ih*v 
ne happen 



FLOOR FINISHING 

Complete FLOOR BANDER 
Rental -rviev 

BANDERS I DOCKS FOLIKHERB 

Low Rat** by Hour or Day 

Coaaputa Una af Floor Ptnletitng Matariala 
BHAWNIOAH LUMBER TARIM. LTD, 
1004 Oovernment Btreot Fhona O nil 



LL YARD DRY FIR, STOVE LBNQTH. 
no rubbtih. 'a *d it 38. itmtt B l*)l 



BUILDING SUPPLIES 



D8HWOOO. NO t. OUJ onOWTH. 
1 13-loch. Herb B#<# ll l>8* 



W. P. JEUNE 

S, • TRBABtrRt HO USB, 103* FOnT BT 
Her* Them Clpaned New 



| |RVLAND MILLWOOD. 3 COB #13 Off 
i * Covtatian Lata Wcwd Ca . IIP Jehnaun 
Bl. Ftion* Day. K »M). night. E04M 

I ,'l* MILLWOOD I i-jRUB |IJ. Dtuv'- 
#red lo Bldnay. Keating. Bran.aoog 
Bldncy 311 Rutaaf] Karr 



EVANS COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD 



rtAMlB POLtaWNO 

A ll tyfbb of floors exfkrtl’ 
• leaned vtaed and poliaked by ma 

ahinea Horn** aur mwIgHg. Gragg i 
Mlabliahod 1110 a M3) 



Wt HAYB A LA KOI STOCK OF 

B P, ROOFING 

MATERIALS 



■ABB AND DOORS 

KINO IN TOUR PLANS OH LIST FOB 
1 leveai price# and viggertUma 
DRTBDALTB 

Mil 113# Oaok 84 



END OF THE MONTH BPKC1AL 3AI.B 
riOOD 11- IX MILLRCN WOOD IN I3-1N 
vA itoeo l*agth» V*rr nir to ppl)t, oU 
h*nd-pl*kad. Real gaod for kltchan. 
kindiiag. h**tar and furnaua Extra good 
valwo for your ma«*y. 

No Mamkiek or Rawdual 
3 Oord*. R*g 4IP Off. now only PI 4ff 

t Cord*, inly ItIM 

Bay tour Woad far lb# Bummer Nov 
Immadlar* D*u*#rr 
WHOLEBALE FUEL 

TIB Tape* Avenue Phon* O 3413 



Y^IOR SALS -MATCHED P*Dt OP NEPAL 

*• *•» 



T OST - OR XT WAt.LET CONTAINING 
*4 phPtngraph af Mntimanlai rafu* 01 * 

Corn wall. 

I 08T — BOY'S PLASTIC - BtMMBO 
*4 Him* Reward BPOII. 



FTBNACEP 

4 NYTHINO IN FURNACE INETALLA- 
tlnna. rosoin. tinamuhina Hugh 
Neuman Fhar.** I IHI or O 10M 

’ 4 U. TYFEn ilHIET METAL WORK^li 
a\ year*' wtuorienra G Pantor, Dour a* 
Bhaat Metal >MI Douglaa 0*841 

l.'URNACHB REPAIRED AND (NETALLSO 
4 Ft** **tlmaina. Shew Shew* Maal 
1311 Wharf B tro*t . Phono B 1)43 



BHINOiBB — Th##o typaa In bright and 
blendod tolora: 

trice txrrr 

HflAOON 

TITE-ON 

VBB LOK 

Alto— 

ROLL ROOFINGS 
INBUL B1UINOS 
FA SCO AARHBTOS BID1NO 
BUILD1NO PAPER 

Our ver*h#iM## and yard ar* v*0 giaakad 

with your pMMtruatlos *uppli»a. 



tlOH BA LB ONI BINOLE BED SFRING 

1 • hesg c os* r. ej»: 

| -SUE BED AND BPNINO O #1 71 



48 rOR SALE — MISCELLANEOUS 



/ 1 f NITRON BAST CARRJAOt 
* men* child * *rib aad mat"hll 
or df»v»r a oil m B Prtoct bond i tins 

1 I t OAK in BOX INSULATED 
** awl! amaii e*ere. knife-loaf Ubla new: 



113 Cook Bt , Fnd#y aflarnoos. return 
•am# tu 1174 Fort Bl. 

\\ ' THE TARTY WHO TOOK A GREY 

’ * hkt In arrar at tha Cslveed OoU Club. 
Friday night, madly prion# Mr. BftBWp, 

o ni t 

+ 1r\ REWARD- LOST BLACK PEKINO- 



BtM- 

eh#*t 



/ i KM EXT MIXER FOR KENT WITR 
' I rsbbor-lirod v h — Ibarrav lit Battla- 
ford. O 4*01 , 

/igHiirr tana for kknt wttr 
“ f nit>b*r-tlrod vtkMloarrwva, 4*4* * 
gay. plu* delivery. B 4B3L 

/HLEAE ~C*M ENT OR KOAD OKAYEL 
V g| 4d per yard; rock HU. g) pm yard 
CnlgulU 1*M 



LFHOLPTERINO 

r l^OR OOOD UPHOLSTERY - 
Ch#«t#rii*id». aiubton* rofi 
Jamen Bar UphaDtary, 8 4114. 



GUARANTEED NO 1 FIR CULL LUM- 
• bar Mr bldg ar la ntl# tha b#*t dry 
Mr o '-md; rouphlr I ad# aslr 413. Alao 
•#...: f • 1 • ».J . • I ■ M 

MMEDIATt DBUY^RY ON READY -To 
barn wood. All intide bioca*. an rub- 
ah On# card 48 Phan* B 1117 



PROBLEMS 



dalMtfra M#n#r h#lP v«m *lth mod#rn 
matnod# *nff #asrp*B#B| A#^l#t# offlrea 
M^rVrtBPPBPl awaa J U# •••id aovia. 
frwa end assfidentlal 

national investigation 

AGENCY, LTD. 

Vtt BROUGHTON ET O HI* 



EVANS COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD, 



If ODER* KlfUBI SET. JACKKffir* 

)»* Mbl# and four rhaire sith leather - 
H# »#pt*. |)4. a:*o modern #!»rty1o Iron, 

i) M man * blayd*. a* m», |M B#g at 

109 VI#V 81 



SUtLSOEERS 

BETTER BULLDOETNO JOB CAN BY 
dnn* re**on#blr, land titering and 

rating • ipectoltr SnuUv*ll-H*o»wn 



U PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



t t INERAt. HAC UNO 
' ■ Trarefrr r*y fill 

tale Yard* rlaaead B 



U CICK DKMVERT ON 4-FT SEMI DRY 
U •let-wood. IN -ford -bad asty 41 

FhormO B FwaL U Ntt 

L^PBClAL OR BUSH WOOD. 1-OORD 
rn' Iwt 411: S-rord Inml 833 Lnngfard 
dletnrL 8U p#r ’•ard 4-m>r4 lot (30 
B *170 or Belmont 1*4 R 

i'rwt fuel yalub _ u» — TOWN- 
llrveod, dry *na«gh for inum#dt*ta 
on I eord 48 *0: 3 rordi (IS I *8*9 
HW « pm 

'ARD DRV 14- INCH BLABS AND YTxT 
■J. mg. 1W ed*.. Ill; dr..»<>4 No. I m<U- 
vand JN rd* . i#TJ Frcfitpi delivery 

Atom Lumbar Co 114 Jahnton Btr»«t 

B 3341 *v*r,lng» o #413 



VDR TOUR GRAVEL NEEDS. PHONE 

Hoy Riakkl ’Ktr kayl. B F ill 

"ecOND-HAND BASH. DOORS, FIFE 



/ . APT! AL BrKJKKltFINO SEKVtCB. 1113 
" Vanrnuvfr SrrooL public artoonuru 
audit* inrnm* Ui vmkkMping ay*Mtn* 
lrct*l>#d B 4)11. *v*nlrg* II7X 



Bint TOR EULLDgIIRO AND BACK 
BlUng, land aloarlng and Mvamg 
Mivloa #nd lair prteos. Fkoai 



PACIFIC GLASS LTD. 

*)1 PANDORA AVB — OFFICE - B 3141 
434 MASON BT. — AUTO OLABS — B 1033 



VALUE FOR YOUR 
BUILDING DOLLAR! 

PO cMBsan vtHtty grad# tinker 



FEONB DS HOW FOR PROTECTION 

FIDELITY REALTY 

It WIUMSk* BMg. Itf Branght* 

G 9541 



I N XFKRIKNC'EX) ACCOUHTANT WILL IH 
A mail ot improve boakkroptn* rjiUa 
»rfrol»t# ar part ivrvte* Smalt bsoinaaam 
g •-.,#< tally Phan# B 1*7* M B ISM 



A lways betteh smxoo»ti»a ek- 
■ rartitsg aad bark-niitag. IMaior 

’ - • *T T O )S)I _ 

4 u'fvVff •tTUDOXINO *ND LOAD 

ing *!#». itumoa *U W S 4 

Traro O M Ht 

H luSSiO AND CLEARING. »OAt> 

graoiay ewavatinq. » ark -oiling The 

right machine for #v#fipb 



OET PYTLL VALUE FOR YOUB 
INPCLATIGN DOLLAR 
By Intitnng on a 4-lncB Bll bf PALCO 
WOOL— Urn vauger infulant Up to 14N 
••vine on fuel bin* pua entlg romfart 
W taker and Bummer. 

ROOFINO 

Ehjey (ompirte freedom from worry hr 
leittne Factory APPROVED APPLICA- 
TORS Uke ear# ot gear rearing probltm* 
TREE BSTTMATBB MONTHS TO FAT 
ALL WORK OUARANTBED 

PACIFIC COAST 
INSULATION & ROOFING 
CO LTD. 

1001 VIEW STREET 

In Victoria - B M3t Ereninpa. O 111* 

In Nanatm*--4B# 



able F*r quart, 41 IB. pet | 
Fur# gum #pfrti# af lurpantlsa 

Fwr gal 

Palm Pnd eoroitS Uitnnar p#r * 
Faein Frcaervatlva, a high -grad 
wood prv##rveU*t r#'.ert#«* Pet 
FEES BKT1MATES 



n lUTlflH P»COM« TAX RECOVERY — 
H"»#tt A Holm##, agenu Wllfr#d T 

Fry lu tl ewpwunaaeai pfeev# O Ilk* 



api 



Rr nHWOOD SPECIAL 
Re I Old Or<rvih F|r. til M oord 
Thl* wood M rowdy ta bum unmvdtaiely 

Ha vaoto or meaa. B**» M Mill 
Biro M burn 

Fnr m *rt value fro year money 
Comae tn ll-NWh length* 

HERB BATE 

B 3313 After hesn. O 1MB 



SIDNEY LUMBER LTD. 

Faint and Buflderr Supply Basdgnsrter* 
33)3 OOTEBHMBNT ET. FWOKB B 4 Ml 



SOME HARD-TO-GET ITEMS 

*■4 Cedar Mm* Ovtier — U» f4 34* 

Flrvavd and InrolaiMn at Offtng Fr»*#a 
Bavo n* eaetmoM en your bvrMMg rroutro 



Shop 



VAT1 SnFtTRtr FETSMTANP 

I " ,'LLIB HAIJAOR REO INTER BO AND 
* iwenwd dteiotm. elerirlg •»* ma 
• ipuMlev* irtfinetu Ontaw *>4g ■ t«U 



English 

NHBDLBFOINT CAR* asp* 
DIRECT FROM BNOUSR MAKER* 
REASONABLY priced 
FIGCMELLS BILK. II CENTS SKEIN 



COAL! COAL! COAL! 

Rod Bot Lump per leu 411 Bt 

Victory Lump, pro ion _____ lit 38 



February 31. In Regteo. Bsek . of 
Mr* Kushfli G R*tl. th* plant «f 

C J. O'NEIL LUMBER SALES 



TOUR LUMBER RUM PER. O Mil 

DRYSDALE 

SASH & DOOR CO.. LTD. 

I1» Cow* EL Rosy Ik# MB y 



1 {Him WORK - FIREPLACE CHIMNEY 

■* and rooatri Ule hawrUk#. iN R *90 



ACTIVE FUEL COMPANY 




O TO* BALE— MlSCKLLANKnrS > 40 FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS | «0 FOR BALE — MISCELLANEOUS i 4 * FOR BALE— M|8CELLANEOrS I •• FOR BALE — MISCELLANEOUS I 40 FOR 8 ALE— MISCEMANEO! 8 ' Dgjlq (JolOtlifll ^ ® ^ S—., Ftb. 26. 19S0 



LAY OOOD QUALITY WlllOH RIJO 
i.m 4 It • In. * 7 ft. • In C*(J II 3134 



■ «DIO AND BEFAIRP 

CONBOLI RADIO. CONDITION AA 
new O 4*04 



tyALNUT n niah bedroom nrrt 

’ complaf* with pew tpring-fllJed mi. J f ’ORDINATION RADIO • PHONOGRAPH 
|r«»* 1111: wataut buffet. Ikt ft* lady** V-/ ipnuco Call alia? ft pm. si ljja 
** * fuMl and aloe! wat- JoRiumo Btrret or nbon* E *4*1 

B»* w *>. Polnud 4(00! in M - — 



A U^ENAMEL RANGE WITH PAWDUPT 

, KSf ,T ‘" - ■ McCulloch power saws 

A PARTMENT - SIZE WUT» EH AM EL I FOR LOGO! NO AND LAND CLEARINO 
-A uol^top l-Ourna? gBA leap*. u m» |j. hp u lm -OWE MAN TYPE NUB 

™ *•” II 14 II" ban 



4 Cl ICE XR1DOE CREAM ENAMEL. I OFRP4Q nEOB fft M fc» Aant Wh» | ~ ~ ' 

A MR OHM ^ | .* n «A*Y VACUUM CLEANER, pun 4 , w ANTED— MISCELLANEOUS j «S fOVLTSl IBB UVMtOOl 



1 fOOKLOVEJi* — riCTlON BY WELL- FLETCHER BR 
ft* known author* BMtarr of Boer War: UM Dougin* Sir*# 



14" and M" bail 



° j Ruaao-Japannc Wax ’IMS*: Pir*t Wurld 
UB War; book! an painting, rtllgicn trawl, 
•tr No drai«r». UO Craig.' lo*er Road. 



■REDS rURNrTURE 

nil rort Stmt Fhuna Z 0423 



l/EREItt RADIO REPAIRS - MEMBER 4 N ENAMEL Cl 
li »*l Aaronion ( 146 Jobaaon 0 4713 i A wot. it and wool. 

M arconi i-tvue hush-button ha i d ‘- on _ M * 0,, * , 

dtp. lift I OP 11 I jJEACH COAL ANI 



*N ENAMEL CIRCULATINO HEATER. 4-H P.. 45 LbS -TWO-UAJt TTHE with 
-a wood and eoal. op*n from, good con- • J® '• 40 ‘ **“* 8U b * r * 

dIUon lift or offer HUT Jqitn.nn l *3*7 HfcICX 4)74 tP 



34 . JO . 4U 40 ' ai.d St) ’ bat 4 
HHICE 1174 UP 



FLETCHER BROS (VUtorlal, ITD 
IDO Dougia* Strut Hhnn i O 7 141 

^*nli4 WATER CARBON ATOR FOR 
tale al*o #o-qt bra ad dough and 
mU»r wiifa nu tbs aturbicmu. Apply 
to the Cameo Cal* 131 Yatil 



A BETTER DEAL 



YtlWNIPEO COUCH CLEAN. NEW MAT- . 

' ’ (rang. Ill 3*11 Scott St. \| ARCONI CABINET 4-TUBE RADIO. Ill 

W — ■ I **4 or be»t offer 01471 



AND WOOD RANOS WITH ■ s 4 „ Your Back’ Make Money With Theie 



1 » »iw Jacket, lu excellent condition 
ft»« O JNM 



Light-Weight FMI-Cuttui| fl*»: 



*° rn tlt|r * I to the Cameo Cale 131 Yale* 

JkAbY PL *™’* ,< 'I OAOS. TARPAL'UN? BOAT AND 

j> Do rr b, « h •'| d »ur.cB to rcri to order F Jetute A 

fl?>6 FBorV O 4711^ ^ ,J, ‘ 1 * UA '■ 810 Jol * c '“ ,,1 

SJIROEH TREADLE SEWING MACHINE 

B^TV 0 * 1 *. iJJJI’ - . fill: •“ I! “ 



IT WALLY ORATS RTIAtt WARE ^ Z. 

n Mum We baee a bit turno»ai be- ,. B |i 

etiii ai Sort ripect to walr larflo 

otuAiA It part »oo to PfD eour uto« lur- . . ORSSBHUEIRO. 
nllura etc., to u We But lot ipol eaeb I l , r , b.i.MouOi 
tn tmall aMOunU or a bookefuL Elndlf —w « macaaa i 



~ ENOUBM INCUBATOSA. IM BOO, 1H 
■J t ood order Take them a*4» at root 
oon price M7 Vltvcetil B 1141. 



AN Y W HERB- TUCK • 
Bhop O 1444 



HEW SHIPMENTS THIS WEEK 

carpet SWEEPERS 44 M 

w l^EY RENO WN H ANOES lift 14 

IMED OAK DINETTE SUITE (IMU 



UARY ELECTRIC REFRIOERATOItS 
oblE. 7 cu. fL . 4Ui, 



. irhs; gladwell ^.motors ayg 1 

f 'kOTSTANDINfl OPPORTUNITY ^ TO BUY kiEACIl CO-ED WOOD AND COAL LIMITtD DAIT SCOOT. LITTLE USED. 55? I f “ ' ° U#4 

!sjm, ' n»4rl7 new Rtcordio to make your 1» iIor . atm 88 cbet it) SJafkr *r»adlo mwin* ma- ciototR SEWIN 



WASH TUBS, PORCi- 



onona or eai, 

WALL? ORA VS 
RETAIL WAREHOUSE 
Ml Baimorai Soad Pbc 



' MkS?a2ieE. !-J2£ r r 1 * " 0 '»- *** tnm. <o<.d 

!T^M.ni rlltb. wnamon Phone Keating 47K 



13)0 10 excellent radio and plarbark. blued flnlth. 



K KOEHLER SPECIAL 
ri»ca CHEHTEnfiFLD SUTTE. hlgh- 
trada frlaa* cor. ring |I44 40 

‘ Engllih Wilton Blair Carprt. yd 13 71 
PH INO- FILLED MATTREsi/KB. 

All 4U*4 |1I»0 

ROME FURNITURE 

•:* Pori St . Abort Blanabard B 4114 



CARPrroiUL’M SPECIAL 
. DISCOUNT IF FL'HCHABED BY 
I U Thurwiay. Pee » — Chine*# fiorai 
'on. E by 14V. at IS4 M 
, IMS Vancouver St — E 144! 

<« and Furniture gleaned and Ri paired i 

SMALL BLUE CHINTZ”- COVERED J 
• halri 41 each, 1 prg. cream net cur- 
1, •. II 10 pr Bngllih dark oak 4-foot 
4* -leaf dining table. IIS 1 rrver*lble too 
ii. I large. } imall 110 for let tmall 

•leaf table i ■ 

PIECE FLORAL liOOSK • COVERED 
- .lit* |W Albion I73fl 

2 HOLLYWOOD BEDS. ONE BUNGALOW 
iad. cheap I 734] 



Cott 1371 tell 1134. K7I44 Altar 4 p m. 

Belmont 1**W 



RADIO AND APPLIANCES 
REPAIRS 

BCR ond Agencies 

711 VIEW STREET 
Biiiert erkmaiuMp 
44 HOLl SERVICE 
We Pick Op and Deliver 



B each ranoe. white enamel lit 

B IIM4 



LIMITED n* 117 »0OOY. UTTLI USED. 43S . '* •" 

I* cot: It) singer treadle tewing ma- liq*oER SEWING MACHINE AND OE 

chine *11 TLrer- piece bod-obeaeerneld. iN tia-trlc Iraner 0 1434 

a* new. |7t X 4447 — - 



SADDLERY. WESTERN. ENGLISH AND 
I ^ racing egulj-mebl now in liock. 

1SB K Shank! * 4«'n» Dnugiai and Martel 

Phone O 411) SUeeta, one block above HUlAldo 

ADDLE MARE WANTED BOUND 

O hardy and apiriUd. E 47 33. 



inline »» n.rerpie.e wa-gi.c.n,m.u, j 1 1 tlnlrlc Iranrr 0 1434 I t T7YKTIOII — BIST CASH PRICES 

a* new <7« E 444 7. - ..“mtati'i have to paid lot good »al furnltura. looU. 

1 v ™m corwi rtn. » T 0 .!?^ M KIL” 

** "5 I 00 * » bargain. 433 I, niblei and 3 diamdr.dt. the other a HUB FURNITURl COMPANY 

POWER CHAIN SAWS Phone tkloo I M'tirm of 1 |^Kl dlamnndi. one llil. the debmon Strwec Pban* G 4A3J 

It M" -O- 'PIONEER TWIN' TiABY BUOOY COMPLETE WITH OIU " "•"_»><» p h 0 n. EMM Man.g.. B Louie 

1 "PIONEER" ONE-MAN RAWS *' OtolB. MAItfeM. 18 Ml E 4407 rpo CLOSE AN ESTATE - DIAMOND 

SERVICE REPAIRS R tBT ® C *“ BASNINETT. B R A H D L, ug*^g ^IK* kitting IlftOAtt^ N YTHINOlNrc^tB^tHlN^ h 111- 

,RA RCr ICFR . CAN nrareit offer AppW B,i lO.oSo CuionU, ® 

IKA DtLKxK & bUN 1) CATTY COFFER WASHER. GOOD r ., nEADli b1M GEK SEWING MACHINE -- notiQH T’ 

ancouvrr Iiland ami 1C. Coaal rondltton Nearaat U 114. O MSI | |J(1 g HH . ALL TYPES OF BGt-KS BOtGHT. 

— - - J — — l _ - — *» rath G MM 



WHY FREEZE ’ w w ‘ 

FURNACES 

ZVOMPLETI WITH HOT-AIR PIPES AND %,ui 
- regitura Can be Intlaulrd thr*e to 1 PARTS 
•U data Guaranteed nnt to amok* ftliu 
and up Aim repair aura. Artwbera I 
PHONE B 3314 or G 1377 



inr t MAO te'Ung of 1 aood dlamnoilr. one Hit. the 

ABY BUOOY COMPLETE WITH OIL- n "‘'L_ ,U> ® * M0# 



BEf SIOEB ATION 4 4LCa AND 
AESwrt 



SEE UB NOW 

Fur Your 
FRIOIDAIRE 

r E HAVE THE FAMOUS BABY ASTRAL 



/ VOMBINAITON WHITE ENAMEL COAL 
' and wood range wllii tvfn bu.lt-in get 
burnen twu >»*.-» ;>ld Snap at |7) Plioba 
Alb_ J13R 

( ’REAM ENAMEL McCLARY JUBILEE 
coal .and wuud range, fckceilent.cun; 
dlUun 110. G 137 i- 

r ’OFFER COIL '.Aa HEATER POK 
’ tangr hol ir. 113 Jacavt aeler krel- 

■ I 

h it' M HEATHS! EXTRA HEAVY 
drum, amoktie** door. E 1331 tr(nli.«t 

I tUO-THERM CIRCULATING OIL UIAT- 

* 7 kf. *44 G 7404. 



I EL POWER CHAIN SAWS 

MudrU "M" "O" 'PIONEER TWIN" ! T{ ABY BUQ 
and "FIONEER" ONE-MAN RAWS gt c lott> - »' 



HUB FURNITURE COMPANY 
713-714 Jchr-tun Sirwe« Pbana O 4A3J 

Manager B Louie 



Vancouver It land and B C Coaal 
DlitrlbuUiri 

NANAIMO. B C. - PHONE 1611 
VICTORIA AGENCY. Mil CARET ROAD 
Phone O 4471 

HORNET CHAIN SAW 

Improved Construction 
R«»tnd Starter Welshl 3ft Founds 
Planer Tootb or Standard Chain 
Price* From 4377 



/ VHESTERPIELD AND CHAIR. 414; 
vj cbeitcrfteld. 411. eultalrle far Bum- 
mer camp or tu elip cover for den 1-piec# 
fibre run-room eulte well eprung v*au, 



rnxLEvntoN set iiv. tube aerial. — 

I *333 Phone O 70*1 



OOKS WANTED- HIGGINS- -VYETIC „ Y Kutn ,» 



TYULL SERVICE AT YOUR PH1UINBB. 

■ *:».! Jiimi Phnn* « »»o* 
|~vHLB H COW WITH THLRO CALF, APPLY 
1* MiHatite. RralUig Criatroarl 

CXrW, Dl l THIRD t Al F MAW H 
G '1 am Coloalja 371 H 
ri’WO IN CAI » HEIFERS OUT OF 
I he** v mtikrca. due thia were W 

Catey. Baanlchtdn* 

rpHItCy GRADE JERSEY COWS. DUt 
I ww 4 Munro. PetruiA Bay. Ptumr 



ft C. FUherir* Report* 1B02 



as* js,r w ;-r*.rV ! u; uo io,r.^ v& *i 

e%? - vh^wSb^r..b5V.^ , MSrk B Dim newl/cleaned throughout. .4. rh.r.e one. L' 



win,*. »iiii it tc.— 

II pair, electric Iron and cord 47 10 gee i "«»*• 



heater for water tank. e«celient condition. 
Ill B 3014. 



* COLONIAL HANOINO TYPE I^NTERN 

* future for hail 4" to 17" In dla- 



IEKBEY COW FREPHENED THREE 
*1 •aeki 4'-*o Cedar Hill Road All 4^ x 

0 oi 3- DAY -OLD CALVE* AND HEAVY 
4 hogi wanted Plume Seim out 1130 



I 'NlQvB BOLID OAK TABLE 4-rT. v nature lor nai. - « \ 

y muare. 3 leatae. *35; black net llhrarv wired or unwired B t 



craphic regutera. nniitir.uoue forma, carbon | 
inter Jeared furint: vUible indea ervtemi. j 



I HAVE THE FAMOUS BADT ASTRAL I v NTERPB Hit RANGE, WHITE ENAMEL 

at II3JS4. In atock. aa aieJI aa aeveral I j lrl m wi'J, Mirarle lawdun burner. ™ vlrw ** 



B C.R. & AGENCIES 



COME AND GET IT! 
FEBRUARY 
SALE 

NOW GOING STRONG! 

Thera are value* for 
•very room In your 
home eo burr* 

HOW. to 

STANDARD 

FURNITURE COMPANY 

OUT THROUGH — TATES Yt> VIEW 



larca aiaei 

B.C. HA HD WARE LTD 
734 Furl Btre»t 



FRIGIDAIRE 

SALE5 AND SERVICE 

Factor?- Trained Service Men 

Mclennan. mcFeely 
PRIOR LTD. 



| eliding hopper 135 G 430* 

IVOR HAM 

| ■ oar* 400 uiert rvd brick length* of 
I * and »’ gajvanlred *nd aluminum tur- 
ner* pipe wnat offer*’ 31 M a Columnia 
Drlv*. 



LAWN MOWER H0SPIT*^L ” 



J R Pipe* Buelnva* Htiltmi. 141 Yataa. ...] 

EM3I \N 

/ ’HEAP FOR CASH-PRINTING EQUIP- I «’» Y 
mant: II I 7 pr*«». it In culler. 33 
ra*e» trpe. ate. Writ# PO Bo* 344. Kam- 
loop*. B.C. 



rnt condition. i *NIQUE BOLID OAK TABLE 4-rT. ' flatur* for haiL 4 U> 13 to o.a 

l tguare 1 leave*. 435. black r.*c llhrarv meter wired pr un-lred Bo. M-*. 47» DOG. 

■ MACHINES, lable 417 5« good lawn mower. |T 4 1470 p r u KERB TOY CHI7WE 

' McCa»kev aceuuni regutera; Auto- g vwnERWOOD TYPEWRITER NO 3 VMFIM JOHK— BEKH BOTTTJM, HdOB r r,ua and Yorkihir* TerMeia dutejfter 

forme, carbon I " „ .L. * * tooD matir***** and metal* bougn.. , mmunlI , d oak.reet Kennel*. BurnUd* 

tde* eriteme. I * for eale a 177* _ . Town or countr y 14141 W* cu Road, half mil* pe»t Helm, ken 

i*. Ml Yalaa. WT.HBTIN".H«V.:HE REFRtOERA-TOR 47MI |J Ii.nisr PRICES FOB OOLD AND * i‘o#TGN — TEIUHE hT KENS PERBON' 

* ’or neare.t caeh offer Sidney 147E or dl4{D0tlBv sute t Ltd 1117 Dougia* I> Ac4 flKH i be* three polnu 

riNO EQUIP- MflY — - — ■irtnjl _ »ifl) — PARTS - ARE B 13*0 

tat W W 8 ^ 1 ? MACHINE. CHEAP K 443d . ( ) w(jr||> „ >»> Jobnioff Slreat | »uRDEH . < LU1 FUFB MAKI EXCEL 

' ' " after * B m _ — ■ *» lent aha*,, and rattle dog* St.lendK 



\\7B8TtKOHOUBE REPRIOERATOR 43MI 
» v or neareit caeh offer Sidney 1S7X or 



| *t ALTIPUL COCKERS TOY CHIHp 
I » hua and Yorkihira lenwia dtite#b*r 
immuntied Oak.reet K»nne1*. Burnaido 
Hoad half mil* poet Helmrkeo 



‘ ; * MACHINE. CHEAP. » O^th^Jo^.l V'' 

.. *1 'wvmr HE FAIR OF 8P«X)N OARS. IN OOOD 



413 COtlMORANT ST. 



|,V>R SALE IMPERIAL "A RANGE. IN 

* 40', d dondltMCL with all burner aid DE WALT SAW WANTED 



ropp«f cotl iiittalJtd. te*dy In uer Phone 
Uelmout 1MR 



I have a cuatomer for • good ueed DeVt .lt ir1e_ rewir._*U till Tngt Bi t »»31 
*ew 3 to I h p tingle pha»* preferred . ,nNSGH "T H ERVO" WASH 



vpi HESBK»-r.«*---k«r Q»’ 

’ r ig IS double bed BSttfSlS •* , ., 7177 1 kORTABLE STREET OROi 

child • rocking hone. 43 kindergarten ael. y-INCH DELTA BEIT SANDER WITH | 

II 10 tncyrle 17 10 O 4470 O pneuma'lc drum tender and adf'i!’- — 

_ - abl* tahlee with S-hr OF mofor. rpwO-PIEt'Z TWIN TRAV 

/ VOME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS IN | lfh , dr ^i t .re*e $30; rotary bru»h 1 Bol gjgj, ColonUt 

’ *arond-hand rhina and kitchen u'en- P4ndr r on m»’a! itand. 4110. Phone . -..“Vivi 

*1*1 Carp*' ewreper* $3 Semlngton *1#«- || «m night* G 4134 flAABLE FOR TABLE TEN. 



PORTABLE STREET OROAN E 3343 ( 

1 __ ___ urand fetter. 

rpwO-PIECE TWIN TRAVELING SET W3Q 

I Bol 43 41. Colon UV j |OOB look 

rpABLX FOR TABLE TKNNIB. PHONE I » Are nalit 



1 * lent iheej and rattle dug* St>lendld 
with chltdrei Pr, * i iKju'.'l )40X 

I VAIRN i 1 BRIER MOTHER AND PU» PY 
' to pt »rid lor board Kind home tmlj 



Uitregwierkd. 



E’AWCETT WHITE ENAMEL COAL AND ‘ I"' " " , .'VV... w in l ’ONNOR 'THERMO" WASH! 

r wood range with water Jacket tscel- J.o, or . JL- ic^rada un new DaWGL * I * machine 1 year nld. Ineulated 
lent condition O I4W3 or 1 ** ln un n * and pump IIM al*o electric etcam ri 



1400 Government Slreat 



Fhont O 1111 



SPECIALS IN USED 
FURNITURE 

'/*•- ptera Kroehlar wlna velour aheaier- 
ne id. like now »ue no 

i bowed glaaa china cabinet I4U 54 

t IF I" Aimlniter carpet |il M 

i"’hon cabinet, whll# ananial table 
tep 13* 54 

te'mndal Rlectraiui vacuum cleaner and 
attachmanu 150 50 



I tan Hit It IIS AND IIUTOktll Lift 

H ors - 1-BPEED BIKE GERMAN 
avnarator light- t»*w Urea rear car- 
I rler tooie and pump. eelJ lor 4)4 or e*- 
changc lor girt* bl.e, eQual value. O MBA 

B icycles ^ all sizea HEPAiits 

Work guaranteed Aarontnn'a 44) 
Johnann Btreet 

F ~ NVERYTHINO IN BICYCLE REPAIRS— 
) Bernard Ltd 141U Doug. a* St O 3411 



LTAwcrrr coal and wood stove. pnv criRPCTd 

I white with red trim, gr.od rona.l.un. 1 I O 

MACHINERY 

LVAWCETT range WITH SAWDUST 

• burner attached. Plume f. 4114 or ,j07 OO'ERNMENT BT 
U4 Broughton 

M urn ACE. CENTRaIT HkATINO, 1 4- IN 

I »w) r, J4ji 

J ’OOD CHEER KANOB~iO!l 7. iULEHT G B MURDIE LIMI 

U '•* r.'huretor. •» Itom. INDUSTRIAL RESERVE - EMI 

aland, hot water tank Phone E 7344 



i (ONNOR THERMO" WASHINO 
" machine 1 year nld. Ineulated tub 
and pump 1135 a!»o electric (team radia- 
tor. lift MM1 J 

A ’HILDS LAROF TRICYCLE MAN'S 
' bicycle »J0; child * doll buggv; man * 
*ult Ilf* 3*. a* new ftTO Ih4* Lyall St 



CINDERS 
Prompt De'iyerr 
For Muddy Drier* *v», Et*. 

PHONE B 3*:i 
P»r Yard. Deitvered II 84 



•ANTED - 1-OVEN d ' 'W I I SHAMPOO TOUR DOO WTTH RU- 

r *u*Lr r. *t!?*n*.dm»»l#r Unutr*!*! 1 Life Dr. CIe»ner A r,c*ii!in* deurder- 
and prirv i« He.dma.ier. uniyeri.iy „f contamei Ai u-o« 

•I. Victoria. DC . . 



| , LOOK RIGHT ' FE41 RIGHT! 
I " Arc naht when battled, trimmed da- 
fleaed ai Oakcretl Farm Krtinrla Phoh* 
Calfiutti 1I3M fur appointn^nt 



•ANTED - OLD CRYHTAL CHANGE 



USED 1 v> or ahV part! thereof *» cut 

IMPERIAL OALLON WATER BOfLER. rrril> i f . pfi.m*. arm. et,- Phone Belmont 



13ft - gallon htillic plate oil tank, gi y 



Bol 73 Victoria 



More* and pal *hop* 

I aOOB AND CATf* BOARDED I” BANI- 
1 ' tary warm Individual iiuartet! Oak- 
err.i Krnt.al* Phnn* CnlquIU lk3M 



.. . , ,1 i 4 ,„ rw,.,..., m, , a. i ' I »urr»i itn.iui eun na»- 

Uamard Ltd Mid Dnug.ai Bt OMH U -Bit Uu - fl , r , lld M W unft. ) no 



. .... / ’IRIS BICYCLE WITH LIOIfT CAR- E 7301 

eh na cabinet 14* 54 ( g f(rf >ort aland balloon tlte*: new / . tiRMY 

liter carpel 1*1 ft4 eooditlon; color, blue and whiu. ft35 4 • 

... .... e (w. i ' " treatu 



G B. MURDIE LIMITED 

INDUSTRIAL RESERVE - EMPIRE 7731 
Marhlngry Repair*. Welding 
winrhei and Holita Built to Order 
Fsta buma’ei 



/ ’ABINET RADIO. O-E. LIKE NEW. left Humphrey lu.pvnaloo - type gae furnace. - - , iKmHUAUON I.NOX TERRIER PUPPY. FEMALE. Ml 

’ l*3J HllUldk oBha type eaa Breplace. Heairnller ga* \%*A.VITD - COMPLETE INFORM A. liri j, Fianc. 

— - -- =r furnace 0 3550. or 3311 Dougia. Btreet. 7> about locadoti make and cat.dlllon of * •>« *"•" r » 

pow AND HORSE MANURE AT 43 YD ,,rvn/ie»n!. nn. 4lk*m rare. Boa 4347. OOnnl.t | SALE - OOHSR.MAN PINCEit PIPS. 

5 Pnimpt aarvlce 0 404) Oil 1 ...-T-TTRY CMARGER 4- I var.J.Old Ph„n» Cnlqu.l* 14*H 



« . VOLUMES ENCYCLOPEDIA BRl- 
Z 4 tantilra laiaat edition, da luae blue 



i ’HILDS CREAM DROP-HIDE CRIB. Wllrtln( Cvat |)40 Wha! offer*’ Small 
' car teat and rocker. O k'Xift _ Orahea camera uer* 130 me roll film. 

Z len.il nnara 1! (~VVT«« IVVRKD 40“d condition lift E 171 1 



atearu ear*. Bo* 4307. C<0nnl»t 

\\ ’ANTED BATTERY CHAROER. 4- 

» » volt, charging ft amp*. Phone O UW 
after 10 a m 



K efp those DOGS off YOUR 
ahrubt anO lawn— Dawgone, 7» ■ hua 



4 ED Alt POSTS. 14 CENTS. DELIVERED 
Keat 3 T 



THE Bin NEW FfilGIDAIRF 



• 

,as5B A VENTS BICYCLE FOR BALE. 3«-n«. , . 
r and “ Y frame, generaior light, fair couuKlun. I. u B7C\S. = nTT. CATERPIl 

ftft* W Will mak* c. cheap (Ilf* . • wu.eh ar, 

4* ENTS CCM, BICYCLE. AS N E W. ( JARBAOK BURNER WITH COPPER blade 

•v *> iftnii riaannaJile 1778 Rou St * ’ ,! 

■ I ADY B 3-SrrCD RALCIOH BICYCLE . ( • ARRACIE BURNER, AIL WHITE. WITH JO 

Ii a. new Evening* O afrten 73J7 W wtPPFr^ 1 »33 *31*1. JOHN 

\l AN'S PIKE IN* FIRST -CLASH SHAPE. J JKATERR RANGES M k. T.llC AND PHONE E 403 

ill .11 * lima * 4** Move* new and u**4 Pedan 



/ J URKEY WOOD AND COAL RANGE. 
" ■ era am enamel, good candlllnn. Eve- 
ning* ISftt BlenKIniLp 



IkURO WOODWORKING LATHE 14- / . / h , rd > , r * imm*di. 4 « 

I ’ Inch awing. X) In*-h renlrei im bwn, h. North Quadra Phnn* t 0743 



7T 7 -v CUBIC FEET-NOW AT MrJVER * malutgany 
; / ./ hardware. Immadi**# delivery. *h«ft - . . 



I\v ANTED 

clock In good eondtticn. prvlerahly a kURKBRED HKD COCKER SPANIEL, 



In good condition, prvlerwbly • yURKBRED HKD COCKER SPANIEL. 
B U H i I lour month* o'd t‘dfl •- 3737 Fifth 



HOLLAND BROS. & CO 



4 FORT STREET 



FOR SALE 



M ans bike in first -clash shape. 
|15 Phone E 774* 



p* CATERPILLAR TRACTOR, complete 
with winch and cable ronn 

blade JJZ.UU 

JONES BROS. 

JOHNSON AND QUADRA 
PHONE E 4433 EVENINGS. EJ744 



Blnte Store 7)3 Johnann 



4 kNE WHIZZ ER AUTOCYCLE. NEW CON- „ T1N „ Iv ,. rt4 T 

AT MACK AND TOMMY'S I' V .«»•« J 

Are rou moving? Or have you Mime Hem* li U * 1 Ar * D .. iL CC ?* nR I I AROKOURNEY OAS-COOKINQ RANGE 

•f furnltura which do not anti yout prevent ***• *«' T..I *54 In ,i- I gJ A > eondlilnn. R 497* 

ae.d.7 If to II coau you nothin* to hav# I °"* r - Ao i’ o W T ^ ‘ 

«. call and leave our offer with vou Al | " n,rt _ . \| ODKRN WHITE ENAMEL GURNEY 

ur eonvenlenra and when our offer he I _ HARLEY DAVIDSON "41" O ft V | * TI range *ith wic*.*rD» oil burner » • - 



FARM IMFI.EMENTB 



with tool*, chuck, faceplate and motor. 

OE4M | C9Q*i -HOBKrr 

I iHY HEN MANURE WITH PEAT MOPS a .>nth,t E ID* 

I 1 aw. flee .... I 0 4«r*I - 

ft* 4ft delivered Sack* not included O toft I (\")~7 KX.ECTR1C 

I DISMANTLED OREKNHOUHX G! ARS Mr ?*"**' 

< ' lor *al*. 34 Helmckeo Road Cul- or>AA' w *" YT ® 

JUUU heater a 

r-’NOt.ISH LADV OWINO CURRENCY 
I J re'irlclloa. Viahe* to aeil »le,-'rlc q -VOLUME RET. 
range, Rendl* %a*her. Seiidli drier Walt o mir’l- bc«n*! p 
circulating ga* healer rating 35,440 BTU |,j Fpone 0 3140 

par hour hand-made modern fumpu-e. . 

Oenrglan allver. pigaklr aaddl*. arc May -»«-M RAt’CH A 
be keen in Oak Ray. Deacon tlftl / U malic Plnocut 



CO qc-HORNET POWER SAW IhP 
iZoJ ) chain*, lonl*. *tr, uted two 
montn* I n*4 

E1.ECTR1C TRAIN TRACK O- 
UZ/ gauge Liinel angtnaa 0 4430 

70/VY WATT O I. BIDS-ARM WATElT 
JUUU healer and 30-gal ga yanlred 

Un* r ?3M 

8 ’ -VOLUME HIT - UNIVERSITY SOCIETY 

nut’h bcrftk!. piano and InitrumenlaL 



7n ftO RAUCH A LOMB SERVICE PRIB- 
/U malle falnocutara 1114 f H34) 



U fANTED— SMALL-BliE MODERN FHIO- Sireei, betw.vn V and 4 lonat 

•datre Prone E 4440 I HERI PS, Rl-A- 

U ’ANTED I W ARDBORE TRUNK IH A 

good co ndition B o* 4»>I. C nmnUt BKKh'ASD KKGttoT Ki’l 

U ’OODCARVINO TOOLS WANTED - B 

Phone R 4H»4 “W'" rvqua.t. Manllnu K 



gt^td co ndition B o* 44) 1. Cntonltl BKUhASD KEGlbl EHJ'I» PUPBI 

•OODCARVINO TOOLS WANTED — Ihautlr*' Detail* nutneroua rktHM 



( pKane R 4U44 , upon r*qu»*i Manllnu Kutncl*. Wat- 

- — — — — | rou* Saak 

m)IL **° LJMYf: I • ORKA1 DANE. kAHB 

rock* lot garden ■ »*«• ' ,S |flw „„ r(| rhk- finp .lock 

•ANTED - REFRIGERATOR STATE i |13ft or near Dllvr Itclmont IMfY 
1 pru-r. make Pm 44H Caaiasla t. VV ,rtE HAIRED POK TERRIER. MAlE 

»ANTRD LOGGING JACK WITH FVJOT *> alt month" regwte rad a *»rr aond 
i lift Dm 4770. ColonUi khd ern.lhle pup 43* Piu.pa, l Lak* 



U ‘ANTED 

nrtcr. i 



iv’PAYKD GOLDEN OHEAT DANE, k ARB 
irlmnind, real*! a red rh aw- S inn StooB 



w^z.^ | vvr;; , , .. : - r 

wvsr. "i\v«* -v 



hur*enr*. Prof|>ei 



I ,’XTRA LARGS SIZE WINE COLOR J - 

DAVID BROWN CROPMASIXH 1*4 drape wt’h rod and hUlngi pra,-- | 30.06 



ur conyenlenca and when our offar be 
nt'a the hlghaat Jim dial E 4014 and set 
•a ti> on tha a put. 



HOLMAN & CANNON 
Used Furniture 
vii Johnson rr. E I 



HUSBAND BEATS WIFE! 

Ye*. Hueband Real* Wife to 
THE HVR 
Thl* la Why 

W*lnut Kneo-Hol* Deak ... — 471 

"Mgrphy" Bade, each *73 

Kitchen Cabinet Unit 117 Ml 



1948 



RoCrr 1 ' 1 ' a** FhtMM *■ M|\* afur in opcraimn "ftltn, IncItMtuit PUmpT tank" J-»peed P T.O. Bo m'.r I ihirtgi the farmer 1 »■ « b 5 B-» 

4 p m Ap “ Ph0p * eir Atbtnn 47X wanla-kU In ana tractor. I |,-’IJtf'1 Rlc” A 



*• 1 range with wirk-’rpe oil Burner #»• 
cellenl cm dltlon economical Can ha «»en 



Britain a Pineal Trader 

\ » OR 3-FLOUOH TQ ACTOR, 4 FOR- 
aard »p»e<ia. )-p«itnt hydraulic hitch, 



tlcalll tiea |55 ria* aafer-heater lift 
1 in Ttci.um carprii nn# I a 10 brown 
and blue 475: one 4*1 be *e Iftft 454 
For* S'. . betaecD Mar.ihard and Quadra, 



HOLTACT70N Btrt.E 
offer* Phone o JS4* 



• tud pil'poart 



FISH 



SWAPS 



_ V°!r 



NEW RALEIGH BICYCLER rOR 1454 
New Price* I J-Speart. Reduced I 
R J SMITH A BON 
1701 Dougia* 

in ,/s hba MrrTORCVCLE Iftfl C C. 
|y4y Wlndvreen pillion aeat. perfect 
. rnndllion M4A. R 341* 



\JODEHN McCLARY TOOK STOVE, 

enamel with black trim Klcallenl con- 
dn ton *75 Colqult* )**ft 



SINCE DEVALUATION-WONDIRFUL 
VALUE 

Sea It at GARDEN HOUSE 



INLKCTRIC APPLIANCES - USED MOP- 
• i fa* elrclrie range *15: waffle and 



■andwich grill, »« 9’ UfBl 

and four w-all brarkrt*. Ill 14. Premier 



The Orandeat Sport in »h# World 



Sul You Mual 



M ajor sawdurt burner noon Kl * Ru »*l f** 8 rnttn# Coiqulta 3i*T 
rendition, yi« jggi Cadbnro na* 



duple* vacuum cleaner *35 H D Maln- 

warlug A C» 714 Port S' reel 

V VLKTTtic TRAINS REPAIRED— I.IONRI 
I 4 atipreied aerrtra glatlon. W'a will call 



lyay windscreen pillion fit; perfect • ■ rennmon. j.e. c.flbco ,..r r/.ppVeied .’’Vlr. a la t Urn W. will call 

rnndllion ftlft* 0 341* _ I !r_ . I 

, r HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCVCLi \fOVIN07 CAIX B 1*43 TO HAVE THAT I ( ,AM TRACTOR WITH PLOUGH CULTI- uiauiun MACHINE EOfi 

45 .3*0 B Iftftft _ M Held'. Repair. | o.dftir^ S^l 



BTART RIOHT 



WITH THE RIOHT EQUIPMENT 



4 ’ a r? LEO TABLE FOR CHENJI I F SFD- 
' • epread or will veil Phone F 1171 

yMNol.lt BED MATTRESS AND SPRLNO 
t’ far gentleman t dr***»r F 7*34 

rpENOR BANJO VALUE *40 FOR OLD 
I Chav nr what have you Belmont 



1 temper Immut'lred «'»n piipnte* WII- 
Inugliht heaver Ulu Rnad Rnval Oak 
rnlqult* E7IH 

~ SUCKER 1*1*7 0 N 
"Fned nl Clianiplnnr' 

Th# • All-In One" l>o* Meal 



SEE THE NEW 



, n JAMES AUTOCYCLE OOOD 

iy4U mndluoa: »ll» E 3430 

vn-IO INDIAN SCOUT PAIS SHArf, 
I yjO 1140 nr offer 1734 Quadra #l 



M ARVEI. PAWfTTT COAL AND WOOD 
range O *kni 

\ EW ELECTRIC RANGE * BURNERS 
and oven whita enamel, Bargain. 
1134 Phnne S 5473 

OfL BURNERS 

/ kfL BfTRftTERS INSTALLED TN YOUR 



ENOItO TRACTOR TWO PLOUOHS, DISC. LMIV FLOOR POUBNn. W.ll 0 3303 ENLARGED 

1 mower, harrow*, grader, trailer, nea I 4 ciCLJIKif* 

c, d.uon R«a«onn»le Moa .557 . Co.OHl.t , , ERT IUZER II PER SACK. DELIVER! D PlbMINO 

M ASSEY . HARRIS TRACTOR. LIKE I r Uart. garden* need nourt»hm#nt rn 

new Al cundlllon not a year old. AppIv pulyerired duek guano now. rich in ^ 

with equipment, ftvoo Kaaung IMG nutrition* element* Duck Earm. Sidney l" 



• i All ouvc I » ,L IURniK(l installed in tour 

I ALL VjLKJLJ DU I j \ f wond end r«G range nr furnace 4- 

HUB FURNITURE CO. „„» •’» ET^' ■r'.X’ISSSLrm! 

TIJ-TJl JOHNSON irr. PHONE O 4«8 Norman Auincycl* 1*44 «■»» aaUmatea B *431 

MANAOKn. B LOUIS Royal Infield. 140 C.C. *3*5 —.V u r nrnivffv s-rw 



I mower, harrow., grader, trailer, naa 
co dlllon. Reaionabla flot *551. Colonist 

M assey - Harris tractor, like 
n»w A I cundlllon not a r ear old. 
with equipment. I»00 Keating t» O 

I *OTO -TILLER. ARIEN8. 4-CYU.NDER. 
•Y he.” dll. E9MI3 

Ml HE FORUHON MAJOR 18 COM IN O— 
• A nea. Iilgh-n«w*rad tractor mad# 
In Eng-and Handle* three or four-furrow 



NT »VVirwMM .I'm, TRADE OR 8E14 THREE 110118 
’’ rhtrken atre, »t* ml la harheq wire 
. N - w electric e-aah'ng machine, ear radio, 

* kitchen aln* bed. gprlna* and Hil'm*. 

tahie *«d rh«lG cedar fer.cepod* men 
• aw building U'fi Wanted **"•-'•» 're-’er. 
panel Irqrk end lumber Bo* **?t, Col- 
j oni»t _ 

•-> r n A DTliChIT inon HVP Lit HIT TRUCK r ' ■' 

DEPARTMENT 1928 vh loth* dull pre« or what 

hav* you* helmnni 4ft Q 



what hat* ynu Balmont I * A 

I I’tALPOJVT SIAMISE TWO MAI-K KIT- 
e no wet l TIinFF no I tS * Un« fur ame 0*73* 



U *ANrm GOOD HOME FOR PART- 

Pvreian kitten. 7 month* *pe>rd 
I E 1741 



3 FOR 300 

tea - all Ibe eaaantlal* on our "BUrl a- 
Mosie” Plan lo furnlah I room* for N># 

HUMBER'S WAREHOUSE 



, |A . ( |IL RANGE H C BURNER NSW piougt,! with tear Owing to rtirrenry 

Indian Brook * e mndei. e»re|!enl condition Oil he.’er, deraiutlon It a the lnwr*« priced trirtor 

Indian Chief 1**4 l»4ft large *l»r Oond eondlilnn Bo'h rea«,.n- nf lta power Only II 457 For full In- 

n, lMua -- *a to able Phone Keating 114ft c. Man a. formation call National Motor* Trdetor 

Harley -Da vtnann 74 «*J5 r#i , s ., nlrh fi „ nlrh|Bp IHyUlon. 0 4177 

Norton. 100 e 14*7 »♦*» 



I.7LY ROD. II FT SPLIT CANS SPARK 

I tip locking ferrule* aa new. mad# O k i 

by Turnbull. Edinburgh: *30 Its Beach Me & /V\ C 

O 4704 

I'vDtE HTUniO CAMERA. 4 a 10 OR 1 MrLENNAN McFEELT A PRIOR LTD 



THE SWAP SHOP No. 1 

OAK BAY JUNCTION * **»3 



\ , ■ 

doea and ynung 31*4 Tinrta'I Av# 

K ABBITh FOR SALE; AT BMBKOIMO 
age Phnna E *d*t 

- RHF.KDfNG DOFS AND I BUCK 1 YBB 
4 old. Fiemtrh Oianl and Belgian Hera, 
f 9*30 



I .mailer and holder* mated len* Ilf 
Broad 



ni na pi«»r unu ii «i rnr iuii in- ...... „ . v u-inF 

formation rail National Motor* Trdeior L»E 8AI* 1,500 EETT HAY RIRE 
DtyUlon. O 4177 | 1 Phnn* Cotqulls 344R 



1400 OOVERftMENT STREET 
PRONE O IIII 



— Coming Soon — 
The n»we»1 Vertical Twlo 

in production. 



| JAN- AMERICAN APARTMENT MODEL I \\’ATER PUMP UNIT CAPACITY 1 WO 
• ga. "ange and Ruud g«« Hf hea-ec. I » * tn 3 000 eallnru weight ft* lb* demon- 
brand new Moving, bnth for 417ft 1711 atratur, 'educed from 134ft tn III) foe 



Lelghlnn K 43.14 



I quirk aaiv Boa *7*3. Colonial. 



7R SALE ENGI.TSH-RTTLE FRAM. 

like new *34 lft)4 Clawthorp# 

DR RALE — THOR AUTOMATIC 



View Below Oo»#rnmenl 
Bantnd Churchill Hotel 



R. SHANKS & SONS 

DOUGLAS AT MARKET STREET 



• k wood and coal tio’e 
JarVei 8c*i eondlilnn lift 
mat 



K OYAL CREST AIX WHITE ENAMFI l k TIX TR ADF FOUR USETt 1 1 DA TS AC- 
wood and coal Move with water ’ ’ lo- for I0t3*. good condition 



|.tOR BALE — Tf 

_ J’ Iroc.er S 1IM4 



..... \l*EAN!.|NO PIGS FOR SALK NKAU 
■ teal steamer Trunk W “ oidBeld H.-ao RaAnl. h. 

Doll * Buggv ft » ftf . — — - — — 

Portable BaMery Radio 7 lube. IRW | ITt. I AG* RlROn AND AVIASIEB 

Saiophona, by C. A Conn. Ray of C *75 "* a (JUNO, LUTINO, OPALINES AND ALL 
Oant a Roller Stata*. alta • *1» 7» !•* color. In babe bu-lgl*. Ilov* hlfdM. 

and breeder., from |» up H Andre*. 
WANTED- MaMat Radtna eomplat* eeta of j Brent wood Bar Phone Keating 17 G 



)M Oorge | P'»c*. E 7*4) 



AMBA5SADOR HOME SERVICE 

! CHESTER FI ELDS • CHAIRS - RUGS 
Cleaned In your own borne All work guar- 
aa’eed. Ready Toy u*a th* aam* day Our 
kp.-lal furmula. 

I CLEANS • D1SINFHT8 - DKMOTHR 
I For Eatlmalaa Call B ftftJ) 

• • Inqwlrla# UP to »» Mile* Invited 



KILSHAW5 
THE AUCTIONEERS 

III* FORT STREET P1IGNB O 4*41 

Pi Will Buy for Ca*n nr Bell for Too 
PurnUhlnc* ana Effaeu 

•aa 0* F7r*l or Loe. 

^ m illAL INiTBIlMENTi I 

, RLUTHNKR OKAND PIANO. EBONY 
,\' eu( , m .are lien l condition Phona | 
B in#7 ’ _ _ 

V. AO PI PM FGK BAIA. IVORY MOUNT- 
I ft .d African blarkihont. Olaapow ataaa 
tlawrleat. n#« »•*- »*» ehAoUr * 
milt nv iau heal offer over *109. for 
q.!le k ta l ei B o* 4341, CoMnuft. I 

PIANO ACCORDION OUTFITS 
4 t AMKRANO 13 h ANN COMFLETE WITH 
1 1 rtM mat ruction boo* and 4 FREE 

‘ ‘TS&hSS'Sho. i»t— ui. lto 

fiw IXtUliaa Stre.t Pho”* G 7144 

i ’AVE PIANO STORE - BEX US FOB 
* J guar an'. ead w**4 piano# 144 Vl4w 
I (i 7513 

1 I ’UCimC ORttAN FOR BALE — RE- 
* I j c*n<ly tuned and rmnllUttnad 1 flu- 
a <-al record* Frlee. I W T H B«HI7 



YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER 



BEST dUYS IN CITY 

SB A. I)» *t. raw *314 

Royal Enfield, INI W. . 41*5 | J^MAI.I 

1414 Indian Chief »l*» „ 

Harley-Daylrt.no 14 Jela of eaira* . I fit 
1*0 Ariel. MO eg .. 4J1» K 

1147 Indian Chief, .vary aura 45*5 - - 

1*43 M -Davldtoa 41. reconditioned »3*» 

New Mormna. B * A '• and Triumph* dltlnr 
In alock. — 1 

\V" n 

Ok* I -FA AND PAY LESS at „ m." 

MOTORCYCLE SALES \V«2 

1441 DOUOIJkl STREET 4"* 1 B'P 

0 7*4) VICTORIA II’HII 



VTANDARD FULIrRI/.F CGNSOf.E OEM- 
«ra r • range 'a-ee n»»n a.-ir.- 
In* enmoartment two atoragr draeer. 
famn,ir Calmd alemer.t* 130* Tarm* If 
dealred 

F7.FTCHER BROS. 

tVirtnrtai IJmited 
I lid Dougia* B'reei 



MALL FAWTETT R.AKiiP rOMPI.FT* 
with oil burner Mft. G 63*4. between 



■ vJTOVK WITH WATER JACKET AND 

1 ' aawdnat burner 4)5 K 0043 
9 \QJt » - — *■*• - ■ 

|3*» U’ Mr T* ENAMEI ENTERPRISE RANGE. 
_ » v complete wlfh nil burner, new eon- 

74 dltlnr 1150 F*m« 

\\ •HIT* FNAMT- STt 
* • fank, all rnnnecllm. new afore ptoea. 



TRACTORS 

FARM ALL CUB 

Fi r Small Farm* and Row Crop 
Culth alien 

H’draulir Finger-Tip Cnntrnl 
Quick -Chan** Implement* 

A Cub in Sira * Sear for Work I 



FARWEST MOTORS LTD. 

TALKS AT VANCOUVFJt STREET 
Phone O *174 



1,’ROST - KING lcp RrrniOERATOR 
I nearly new R Tlftf. 

. , r -,y I I X’- VA< ' CM LEA’ 

* * f1r«t-r|*»a ennSHldSt alee '••n eg* 

white formal aqua full -len glh mat P»a- 
annable E I1B4 

I i 7 . RAVEL PGR - ROADS DRIVEWAYS. 

I ’ • |1 Mt o*» ’*fd Phone Relmont ISftW 

| >4ENTf FM*>, 4 WRIST WATCH GIR- 

’ I > •»•'•«* F 

"4 ’ AINAPAY " GI.ADIRON AS NEW RFG 
ft » 1114 ft* will aarrlftre for I” R «B»>1- 

4 AXMTNNTER CARPET • rr * 

" Y 13 ft new nevFI uaod *74 J.hwaon. 

A (Oon rt.EAN ROAD ORAVEL OS 

* * rock fill. Phona E 5*7* 



PRINTING 

SPECIALISTS 

Cotuuit 0* for DUtlBOU’S. CraaUv* 

Print Ins 

FRINT1NO 
IXTHOORAPRWO 
ROOKS IHDINO 

THE COLONIST 



I)tahe4. Oardan Equipment. 



THE SWAP SHOP No. 7 

Dll BROAD STREET E 411) 

Chroma Kitchen Suit*, red and 
l»nf» . I* 0 

Coleman Oak neater, portablw »» HI 

Kilt hen Drop-Laaf Table* lid 74 

Flatting Rod IC-ft. tolll eana, with 
t;p and caae * M *° 

Walnut Bedroom Bulla*, from *74 »• 

WANTED— Oolf Clwb* Caddy Carl. Onlf 



\ SEAUTIFUI, YKIJ43W SONGSTER 
IBP »a)e F akda 

U y at rtri i rini as Its airo 

hen" S 1574 143* Retmnpl Are 

I a AN ARIES WHITE AND BLUE WHITE 
" and cainrvd mllara, all read" Inr 
fleeting Ball lit group* el 4 or mere 
F 4134 

I 4 A N A R V . GOOD FIS'.ftR < »'•* AND 
ft atantl. h*r.» fenm 1100 E ftftid 

I .OUBLE BREEDING CAOES. AS vgw 
* elan .tillable for hudgl** Fhone * BUY. 
after I p m 



Walnul Bedroom Bull**, rmm • yOLIAR CANAniKS, TS SINGERS AND 

WANTED— Oolf Club* Caddy Carl^ Odlf •» hen* elnaera HO. hen. 13 P W 
Sail*. Portable Typewriter*. Chlnawarg. Nq»oot»iy. O ov** 



VRFY CGU-APSTSLK BABT CARRIAGE COMMERCIAL PRINTING DEPARTMENTS 

* lift O 4310 | «|9 VIEW BTREET VICTORIA # C- 

AND CROCHETED 



4* fOLLTBY AND UVE STOCK 



43 A FOCI.TR f . ItATCPfNO IUOI. BTC- 



II AND CROCHETTD BITIBPREAD 
I I wiiai nf*»r»l Bo r * football aoolft. 

■ lie I G 9447 



ri’UMBl.rR FOWDKR AND CHI«Uf 
* owl p’teon* and pu r * ahtte dove. f«i 
eat* Phone G I*J4 

3 PAIS LDVEt.Y ROU. Ell CANAMfE* 
pcige winning eloek Beaannahl. 



U MCK OrL • BURNER WTOY1 AND rt , RODIL — IMP OR TER. ANTIQUES I ITS FAST WASHING WITH AN FAST 
barrwl full of oil eomjdete wllh pump tMiucht and gold AS] Fort O 7»ll I WARMING MACHINE Th# ONLY »"*- 



BICYCLES 
JUST LIKE NEW 

OUARAftrTEED 13 MONTH* 

S27 50 

Pur# rufebgr lunar tube# 3* alM" 
BICYCLES oegrhauled 



and pipe 1*41 Ciwhfan* 8t 

U 'HITZ ENAMEI. WOOD AND CCiAI. 
rang* atrellenl rnndlltnn lift. O WM 

QUAKER RANGES 
BREST AND CTCLOP 
Alan wlrk type nl) burner* 

BALKS' RlfPVIcr AND INSTALLATION 
EAGLE SALKS * AGENCIES 



4*X MMTKUXNKOI I 

A BriTTU CHANCE FOR TOOLE, ETC. 

AT JACKS. 1411 BROAD 
A Bailey No 4 14" grooved eieaJ 
plan* |I0 IM 

A balirr bench wel grtndalone 45 00 

A Biaaell'a ball-bearing Cyoln ivetyer II M 



rhtne with th* VACUUM CUP. *» genii# 
with the einfhe* 4Ift4 60 

FUrrCMFR BROS. .Victoria I, LTD 
IINt Donglaa Sfraet Phnn# 0 114# 

I ADV 8 WATCH CHAIR'. OOLdT HOLB- 
lj ivpg aarrlr.g*. r.«! butterfly op»e* 
I'aiaM t aealaitn half eo#t. blaek tit* 



DINING SUITE 



real butterfly. op»e* 



\ T roc KADOODLEDOO IS-MONTH- 
old N H pallet* ready lo l*» •- 

week-old p-.illetg oww atallaO'e llotteeh "id- - - -r,,-. . * M e w i t I t k 

• ra atork your pan» now agk'ne - the eotp- A LL AORJCl’ITVRAL A MFNITl»h 
In* egg famine «*• deliver «ha bird*. *» avaMahl# at yntir l«v*i feed ft or* 
they deliver the egg. • ■> your neighbor. Saanich Farmerg* Farhang# Frca ditly 
1*37 Cedar Hill Croaar oad U4I44 deliver?. Phnn# Kaailng L 

COMBS NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTED I I A T. WELL rl/REI) A At. TED. REA 
for It* vigor llewahlllly, #»trem#ly II inn ao|#. n Vea 1444 K Inga. O 4M4 
feat feathering and yaar-arnuod prwdwc- „ . , __ 

ttnn- awved r-r unaavad *140 Leghorn • |I*V OP OOOD QUALITY PGR HORSES 
Rainnahlr* Croaa. Book nrdery new J R. II and dairy mat Maher Keating ft Y 

Com be , Eaet Saanich Bnad. Baanlchlan. w ■ ■■ 

BC Keat Irg 14IW id IIOTF.LH 



— prtraa Will generate E kftdft 



W1B4T.I.I.AN9GIIR 



VICTORY CYCLE WORKS 

94ft JOHNSON BT, 



BROOK LANDS 
MOTORCYCLE WORKS 



1 1014 POST ST B MD 

"Trurnfr GURNET OAN STOVE cot. 

I ** t*ge trpe l|*e D»W. 4“8. new gateleg 
table, gift E 43*7 

t7 C OOR B ET Al ! »NA5tn. rokii 
J / J MnaMnn wnnd coal and 4*. range, 
13 1ft | In earellent rundttlnn O 4904 

I .‘o" FURNACE WITH PI FEB, 134 E 7AS4". 



B )*n A tet of ft wund-iurnlng chtaela 



flaa-piere allver *#t. crib hoard, oetrleh 



*1 Hi feather iPemian green 



144 L" r .* limn* T*r a?' "g^Sd** buy at "•mnehlr# Croaa Book order# new J R 

with aoGng and maitraa# »«* 00 A three- • — . - 



FINE BKLRCTION TRUNKS 



| EAVINO ernr MUST SELL carpeN- ' plat* blue Chealarflaid Suit*, a anap at 
Ij t.r* a wnrk bench Oft Inna 04 chnd*a 137 M. elder atrl* coal and wood Range 



LL KINDS OF HENS WASTED — *3d 
. Green Slreat B )5*1 



BEVEBI.KT ROTEt 



il Traveling. cabin. wardroba. go-cart ft; fmnl door. fiT. *3, !*•#» »I7 ft« Yery modem Vanity Drawer and " — rrr — ,^TT A prctMMODATION IN TH« SEART OF 

atrrmg clean new condltlnn Bargain*. .teal ."rum »7 50. floor radio. 1» Apply Benrh with the matching Chiffonier t4- jyOGKlNO ohi’SKB buw r".»n iaww viatArt# In a good-alaM hoial at mod 

910 Mearea Street tnewr PanluriuDit. ji Howe s* drawer cheat* walnut flnlah the three ** chick*, popular breed, and erai* r#ie" we taka car# of trended 

- • .„. - -L-v — , Tvprn nrryit Were* fnr 119 .10 Child a Sulk*. »4 ft# J L R NW>B * SdtdaJl . n q oc-m.oent gua.t* Wntar rate* aa* 

- — — — | | IA11NO CITY. SELL TYPEWRITER • Raht-Tenda ' 17 »0 Htah Chair 11 60 Hatrherl*#. 1409 A lore Street O 4*33 a.atlao • 

8SORTE1) U77 tUSRDi SEWING MA- Ij ■•«*»(( warktna nrder' 41* sleo baby eatanator. Taf.la 4* ko and low MHM. rmm untie i ... - 



- | SAVING CITY. SELL TYPEWRITER 

ISORTRD UT7 (USED. SEWING MA- ,, nod , of kt n g order'. 915 bIm baby 

chine*— Ringer. White. Eldredge and carriage 110 Apply 3740 Satellite Ri 



i u other moke* Term* arranged Taylor *i - _ _ _ _ _ 

Co.. *19 Fort SifMl I I IKKI* - COVERED FILING BOX ES 

■■ ■ — — — — I J prle#. onl? I'O* 

4 CT QUICKLY - ONE OWLY. COW- nrvael 

HEAP BIG SMOKE I/wn^wth it-. oood emmow 

BUT NO FIRE ? ? lorlor A Co fis Furl Street \ •« f 

. A LL MAKES ELECTRIC WASHERS R*i \IOV!E PROJECTOR. 14 MM SELL » 

ff that"# your tvonbie m*yb# your furnace /\ Wr1n .* f rol i, ,,0-. promB* • ,| B”*?" mod*' V emind original 

need, new Dtn*«. flttlr*. -nr tome wther ., f v*,-e A E Tarior w Ca tig Fort Street I STfd Guaranteed eeretleo* condition 

nc'ttnrt reu.tr* If that * th# rate voq I pt, OII . 0 one owner; gelling fnr t)ft« E lOAft for dam- 

had barer ••-p In and •»* W. W* hare — - nn.-ration . 

aaerylhlnf you need *tt pnt your fumar# A I I AN I ION ' - REPAIRS PANTS FOR , 

In "tlp-tnt> ahaite Remember ym* aov# /» moat inakea at aewtng ma. nine. \| ANURE DELi VChED WELL ROTTTO. 

in heat, what II ra«U to repair III rhon# 'or aanmat* Tarior ftCa *14 Fork no draw Call 11 lo I "Cer 4 pm 

O )*31 f #tn, 



'Th# Reliable Firm ’ 



I Y°*Z, MOTORCYCLE WORKS 

aki i*g lerhnlctao#- W# pick up anti rte ocr » ARIEL SQUARE FOUR nt.w avail- 
I liver. O II**, I YOU able Th# machine evarv motor- 

1 ’G« RA1 E ) VIOLINS ONE ADULTS, ryrllat would like to own Tha amootbeal 
* an# youth # *M*. raa aofabl* E *140. .need on two wheels. 8 m na. 

riOOD^COHDrnONED PIANO* FRt >m "Th# Reltehl# Firm" 

* I ft)t) All guaranteed Y »'«» E MM 

ar-anjml. Car. n.no Blora. IU View N ^ B.d, Bh.nk. 

|7i ERHARD ReTnTXMAS CABINET 

II .rand iopG#*»0. mahogany piano. 

I 4300 O 4074 . 

' «"VV~ “ NEW 1950 CCM BICYCLES 

mUIIK. _ Lars* end Bmall-*4#n # and Ladle* 

I I MED- OAK PIANO OI O’ Hldrl# Sepal* 

Ii dltlon. MM BIST* cultina Wlilta »ou Wall 



— — - -„-_TiT5 piece# fnr 114 S« Child • Sulk’ »4 50 J L L«tr Agent 

VINO CITY. SELL TYPEWRITER n,h T .Tend* |7 ft# High Chair ft) to Halchetlaa. I4«i Itoc 
gnod working wrier'. »I5 alw> b*by j, r4 .g nl f. attention T*M# 44 ft# *"d Inu twhUTCB— CHI tTlS— 
i#e _ *1® Anply_3744 Satellite St wnf , item* at r**»on*bl» ( , |r >n w 

nt . rnvrnrn PIUMO BOXES prirta nm» ... 



enl Rump * Sc ndall 
In re Rirret O 9*33 



ncreuary renaira If that'* tha raaa too I chnn- O 1031 
hart batier aiop In and aee na, We hare I — 
are-" thing you need 'n put vnur fumar# I A TIEJ4I10 
In "tlp-lnp' ahena Remembar you ***# [ moat rr 
in heat, what It ra*U to repair 111 ft’ 1 ’""* '«r o*i 



Keg IhanU 



■plea Mr hrlng rnntainera. Tanner All Oren’lll# K 9917 
anner Road. Keating 



Ij dltlcn. ft)»® ■ » >Tt 

\^0 CASH REQUIRED - TOUR PIANO 
^ arcapted *• "'•« payment on radio. 
ra/rigaratorT waging m.chinK tkealrM 
Dug* or furniture 

FLETCHER BROR. (VioMrta.. LTD 
I 1110 Douglaa Etr#*i Phona O 7IU 

vZnrvATE BALE — A BEAUTIFUL MA- 
]* ho#an» Melnwman parlwr grand BUM 

tpi’dium .lac • . approtiotaielf ft » 4 B»ft 

Sw-S““~ 

in an !,,f< rTAUA ", u *r 

1 ’ \or.L euatom buffi pmfaaManal modal. 
rte k^ 4l“rcela key. H »rH>ia . wtUBOS. 
1 k.a laiwftw. Brand new inatrumant 
C.n*M am rr bated at praetH.n, rim. Call 
ST Rank Of Toronto Bid*. , 



B level# Repout 

Ray Culling Wtillo ton Walt 

HARRIS CYCLE 

76* FORT ET 



^OIJTHAI I VTOVE CO \rn.ES Saldwta II M and 111) bne; 

iUU I HALL 3IUVC olh , r TArmtet flJ5 

444 CORMORANT ST PHONE O »41 «niall apple* ftor hrlng cnnialneri Tanner 

Broa . Tanner Road. Keating 

4 RTI8TW SUPPLIES TTETTJ-I FAfNTsi 

a\ framing Wllliameoo a Pboua * AG 

GAS AND ELECTRIC RANGE * 40 rnTt •‘ ,w 

RF PAIRS \ MACHINRl cash registers. 

„ a » acalea. aileara Oaia Rlchardann tit 

RADIO AND APPLIANCE REPAIRS J»hnMm "‘reel ■ 4)U »t Cniquiu »*w 

rui,..." A BETTER LOAD OF OIL) OR PRESS 



M anure delivered well rottto. 

no t'raw Cali 13 to I. afar * p ra 

■ EETT. — 

\| AYTAG ENAMEI. WASHER IN KXrPL- 
•* I lent condition only I year* old. *71 



- ' It ANUftP AC 
S. ' *» I tcirk nnly. 



tmmLE BT SM A LI. 
K 1701. erea . between 



Pick up and Delivery 

Victorio Electronics Ltd. 

PHONE REEM 100* FORT STREET 



* a mannr* No art gravel, good *uU- 

Reaaonable O 34M 



M odern vacuum cleaner for 

rent Fhone O 10)1 

N elson s” i/xtpe - leaf enctclo- 
pedia. with refill# up to dal# O 37*4. 
I POWERFUL VIEW • MANTTR FROJEC- 
* lor with fl o anaatigmai mated >*na 



\ - , - .. . .. . , ~ dle-c*»l alumlnura body projecnon poirter 

1 MANURE. WELL ROTTED. BOIL. ITIuanlbBtert ml# window *er#U|»e fncire- 
Clndera and tlay 41 M per yard. Im- ,i n( d cic. tllMng adjustment Operai’t 



MACHINERY 



I mediate delivery. B 1474 



| A LL TYPES ORAVEL FOR ROAD*. 

OLXJftB HUEK1 — (3AKOEK TRACTOR. , ■* V eonaimetion etr Prompt, naha- 



1 k.a iviwftd. Brand new inatrumant 
C.n*M ararr bated at praetla.n, rim. Call 

141 Bank «f Toronto Bldg. 

1 i.Taieo MEDIUM SIZE. MAHOoanT 

P SE’-SKe «nd.iN»n, OMIT 



RIDE A RALEIGH and eirkl* bar attachment’ Ilk# nn Hai 

) SPEED SPORTS MODEL* SOW ONLY ,ton * ** rr J 1U1 * _ * V 1 ** — 

a a A noffER t-Hf LOCOMOTIVE TYPE 

wOH.XJ Muiptwd with new WlRaama ol 

SEE OUR LARGE STOCK OP SEW AND burner gause flea*. Ote.; rw*M»rahl# 
UflED BICVCLSS 0 l carwr S 4131 

Eaay Term* ... - — . ■■ 

DADIklCAM'C ElOILER — 4-H P . VERTICAL TTPE. 

KUblNbUN b »» equlpeed w.'h new William, rll 

| Ml Rraad Strae* t *713 rm, ‘" 



TJOLRSB KirSKI - OARDIN TRACTOR . - - renaimeiion ait r 

I » Mndal A B. 3Aw-h p , wiih miltlealar I oua .areic# Sr.munt 1I9W 
and airkl* bjar attach manta Ilk* new Hu . PPICS. GOOD COOKERS It M SOX 
don# awry UttM work. Phuow S 411! __ A Br1tlf meitalnera Holland. Boa 1*11. 
i> KR 4-H P LOCOMOTIVE TYPE. Olenford Colquiu Iff! 

I* equipped wllh new WIRaama oil . UHTRALIAN OPOSSUM 
burner gauge glam, ote ; rw**nrat»# 7»" w »r Extol 

O L Career B 4111 ?A„ 19 . 



ting device tilling adfueimcnt uwer»i»« 
on lid-lTo AC-DC current. Ideal f«r home 
claatroom or lorg* hall A'»o ID Vlew- 
Maa’er reel, each mnttlgBf 7 »hr#e-dl- 
men.’onal picture* of th# wonder* of th# 
world In full -color Kndarhmm# Projector 
and reef* In abaelotelv new condltlnn Total 
coat 11*3. Will aeil for •»» Alhtnn «7R 

fftOBTASLE ELICTRIC RE CO SO 
* pi**#r I ye*G nld InU of volwm# 



I UHTRALIAN OPOSSUM TRAVELING * pla’tr I year- 
A rug TE" w ))" . Excellent cnodiuon 1 B«me record* E )#o* 
Seel offer ■ )7d* ma'e 



WALLY GRAY'5 

RETAIL WAREHOUSE 
*11 SAIJHOSAL HOAD 

Serving tha Thrifty In »PBA 



BEATTY 

WASHERS 

LATEST MODELS OP THIS FAMOUS 
WASHER- PRICED FROM 
1)39 44 to 1140 to 



DICKINSON & DUNN 

BACH OF THE SAT" 

ON ARENA WAY 



WASHING MACHINES 

BEATTY -EASY -MA TT AO-OILPOS 
Terra# Arranged 
Repair* to AD Matao 

MODERN APPLIANCES 



J^HU-KS— CmCRB-CHICRB SOW MORE D* 

than n»r high#*' gualfky chick* ar# 

ne'etaar*. Order now for matl eui.aiM* 

date. WCIe for poullry handbook wnd A BERI 
priraiui R O F -alrad White td#b»ma and /ft m.c 
S ew Hamoahlre* A!*« rrn* abreala D loratinn 

Baron. 3)3 P',ug)a* S’reet, laiand Dta’rlbw- room 

lor« of Burn# >d* Baby Chirk* Ph ;o# 

It 1314 

\ f AKE BURK OP GETTING THE BEST 



and permanent guaata Winter rale# aa* 
available 

T34 Tat*. Street Victoria. SC 
Pbone* O Mil O Mil 



A berdeen rssidential noiel. mi 
M rClur* Quiet 4wrroiindti>g" central 
taratton ho« ano rout water in evarv 
room Reaannable ralea Phona 0*1 i( 



CHERRY SASR HCTTEL 

414 MaClura Street 



M ake burk of oettiso the best 

poultry into your laytof howatog to /’OV FLETTLV MODERNIZED AUTO- 
145* Pv ordering Tour POIXY rRicKS »- ma le oil avar. hear ftiaa# H vmif Vto- 
l*OW Whit# leghorn* Sew He/rpehtrea tori# mm Iaieeiaiar Moderate rate. 
Leghorn rrnaaea and Rarred Roc* croaa Coffee oar and d.nlng-rnom apoo 4 am 
llnr<p*hlre« Writ* fnr d*eerlB'»*# ca'o- ia II a at tvarynn* •aicome 

Incur and prlre '1*1 Boll? Fowlfe Breed- — ; — - — - 

tog Farm. Wa.thnlm*. BC a ’BAlr.AfYLt QUEST HOUSE. «• n 



tn 10 a m Svacynne aelenme 

< ’BAI>,MYLS GUEST H 
ft Craigdarrarh Claaa In Dinirtg- 



^.2SSH^7TcW , md — -• 



1ft batching eggi I \fO' 

GEORGE E LEWIS AND BOS «>l | 

3dftd Saar.trh Road 9 (MTu 

-THE CHICKS WHICH OINf RKSIT^S ^ |#ORtDRNE OUEPT ROUSE *3» VAR- 
f \RDER EARLT CHICRS FARIYI SIX Ik couvar E 4454 Room wllh breactaak 
pure ht"ert. and three cronebcaeda la Zin, /Uf.t| wy iPtHTUfVTy RT DAY OR 
.UU ever, tllra.U art rnnd.U.n ^ 

r.ro' 4 ua' , n:r*M T,lrh ' , fr - r VVMnV ASf> 'tRASNIENT - CLEAN 

» » rea#r.nabie qalet aurfttunrtlng. Olen 
Place yno* aeder now and remember— Cnurt Hntel Rlan.hard and Wuratratall Sta 
-71 . reauiU that aw-nl " PORT — APARTMENTS DOUBLE 

IJteratar* and Pried Lm# Upon Requaet / I IJ *n-i atngi* rwoma rtaeonabl* weak 
I IT rale* E 1491. 



M OTRl. SLEEPING ROOM FOR REftTT 
raarly and weedy cate* O 4M1 



U A D R A OUBH7 MOURE WARM 
room* with breatfael S 3314 



SUMP * SSNDALL. LTD. 

Lnrtlay Fralria. B C. — I'bana lAnfiaf 1H 47 
Tiawvvir !• iand RaprewantoUe* 
i L LANO. Haro ■» . Ylrtorto. B C. \ 



RfHiM AND HOARD 



A RE YOU LOOK1SO FOR A SKHTPIff 
* V place with gnnrt food, mealy ewr 



I IftAtrUNS 

l STAMPS FROM A rewaira 



■TOVES AND BANG* » 



BOUT AS OIL BURNSRf F R O S S a 97)3 
« S M4) far an eaumata nn tn.ialling ; — 



ft eana. aarti en. ""’"”. • 7 - — /\ n M41 far an eaUmate nn tnaialling - ~ -ar-rwtr .niitiK iTi 

■ . j 1® 1 ifMQS SR^Ttny INTSKINTru # f rrln. rang# Burn.- •- • A \\ A ^*g®* r * Pf 

1 > SCORDING® h ■ « ul ic veree*. good burner enid and Inalallert by an aa- *' h p l» IHa IP, l"e#m. ar to .tx hat 

JV m recording y«or * 1 ,7*r nert l. ruur aeauvano# o! eoliafaaitoB at naier Ruliablr for a Bf’at apartment ar 

avenu. ram lT f"#«dV air ««•» AS Sowkar OO Bu.-oera 1111 graanhm.ee Fnr parlftgnldrg and isaft- 

«» fcs* _ cation. Phone EOS). 

STMltoettoP. oearaeaa All P*r- p < RA SOI OIL BURNERS (WICK \ \ U 

Lq?ara Record#-" Y*” Colon UL _ A . typat; nemyaar gwaraniea ir,. tailed »> Bna *• 



n OII-KR — 4 HP. VERTICAL TTn. 1 . T ONCF - RUBBER STAMPS. FROM 

equlpeed with new William* oil .A DIOOOITS 

burner and all fitting. RgaaDeni rondi* - ■ — 

thin O L Carter B 031. A LEX ANDER- ALWAYS BEST POR TOF 

■ - ■ ■ ’■ - *r_ — — J» .»■ manure tiny SU BIDS 

riftWO-MAH M L 4-H F. POWER CRAIN ^ — — ■ — - — 

I aa*. good mwdlt 00 1191 ar offer A IXEN cr’MSISATlOS CASH REO- 

O 97)3 o r O 4*94 _ t ft laiar and add. n# machine |tld R 1433 

V\ BO I LERA II \ mo RIHIAI’ - BARNTARU MA- 



FOR PROMPT PLUMB TWO M) yaTRS BTREET 

nn Gave rr meet O 144) 



FHONE S Mil 



— — , __ , _ rwwnrtiat. and room with private bath* 

/ INI TOULOUSE 0*imnt WIU^TXAir» Trar aarvlce to run® If de.ired’ Near 
' • tar goraaa m eeff far 414 T M Card- f9t ^1, few mtnuue Dam tit* 

Ingtey. Feraow • Swig# 43) btand High- r ,^ T ,i If eo ph-r*. G Wl 

_ a n v (. rnuer.eviat 1 



w. good 
or o 4*44 



: DlOOOWt ffORCELAIN RACR SWK IN Al COWDI- 

IJTXANL’ER At. WAY* BEST FOR TOF 1 "^p G 44*9 _ 

_ ft*" 1 - ,lAT ftU * 1771 j I ftUS1.IT ADORER* BTSTEM COMPI fTE 

t t "l NATION CASH REO- I » with *p rhan# O »4»4 

/ft m#r and a-ld.n* machine gild E 3*33. * — 

T^ICk - BaPGkrW BARNYARD MA- T?™* IOWROT REPRIOESATED 

A B, ° B * w, ft* 1 " - * A " M T A „ »ft coantera Rp#-la! fuff elalovt fr-nt 

A FORTRAfT OF YOURAKLP I a 10 »' »«7* “ 



SERVICE 

BLRCTRir RANG* REFAfRS 
AN SXFERT RADIO ACRftTCS 
ALL WASHINO MAURI WE REPAIRS 

KENT'S LIMITED 



ARDMORE CRICKS POR 1*4# 

Buy tha Raai - By Tea* 

OF SIRED NEW RAMPSHTSSS. 



aly 4# renU "Charar 8 ’ udto ' 0 4441 



cuiBf* ••Racorna 

’ALS OR BEftfT 



•yaraaaa. All Par- . B C RANG! OIL BURNERS IVncR- 
Mft VIM Colon UL _ nva-year guarantee Inatalled 

ALTO SAXOPROSE with Power call drum, aanp Mtoatitk: 
draft canlrnl laa to (ton O lover OH 



WASTED - Q-S P E1ECTRIC MOTOR 
ft » Bna aam Cnlnnlat 



S ALS OS *^7^. graft contml. IP »4 Rm Olovar OU 1 HO rT - AJK HOSE. 

In good ton ditto* 0 FPt) Swrnar RarvW-e g »)■ I UU paw ennrtHton complete with enwn- 

Ft A NO EXCRuSi '•■ one# Call hi MS* 

I • PRIOHT MOR4JT8 PIANO. SXCBLLW* ASP POR STOVES AND HEATERS- Oak Bar Ava 

I ft aondlOon 1 17 *. ■ y- - A Rawrtoat burner, inetaiiad **4 rw- _ , ni- wwi r*«»t mb amp rax 

\Y ,t Va^Su P, iMlJirgo'?£l gl >r ^3HW )T PHONE Oil- J - ^ • oha^tohla. .-ilcfc. *14. C*« 

■»34 *Coin»»t A LL- WHITE ENAMEL PHOWT. 41* ■ 

- : — IrwwkaniOS UKB HEW. A Ptodiar r*i"4«. copper aeil 40* 40 a m -INCH DRIVER BAJID BAW, W HF 

1 *7 BA— Ch mn 4»n Stoto *94 Part. • 3411. 12 motor a toad H» S m* 

12 him * ft***- 



\ imwATlC E1ETTRIC ! It ONER. AL- Phona B 1334 
moat naw SUM • 1134 _ 

RPtHSER WASHINO MACHINE. R ^“r/VToSTto 

e « gaa rn » I to. ^ Pji n n p gag piagal 

V DJUSTASLl DN MW FORM OR BTAND Buil ding P hone E *414 

•l*h rto'*r» At»toW_l4 B ZvEB THE ' 

a ” URXT PRAM. SIS S 114* * S ab'e TfF 



RYAN RSCrTHERS WfETERN LTD 
an* B 1334 )4S) Quadra Strael 



143 FORT BTREET 



PHOPE * Y1S4 



U CBBER STAMPS — ROPINBOS PRESS 
Printer* Pwoaar rubber a tamp maker* 



su P>*gard Street Maaunia 



COUNTER 

rCUBVSDl 



R m OP SIRED NEW RAMPSHTRSR A PL* AAA NT R 

. White t aphonia Rhodo I*i*ad Bad*. PPIV. 

ha r rad Ptvmon"* Rp»fc# acd lint anmaad dl.larv* 8 37*4 
Ala* aemfiabt* Naw Hawipehlre Ur*W4 ~ 0 

ttoht Burnet AND AUTORSEINO OOU \ 

DfS LSUSARS Pro# catalogue aeallabw 

Ardmore Poultry Perm M f, SC. P * » HM 

PB«vm 344W . . 

rpURKEY BREEDER* - 44 B B BlkTiWES _ 

1 Sene and * koma naw lartng. atfl of laOARD RM 
lineal atork *•*!>*«>'• I taamaku Pimp# l> Sera. 



\ CLEAN, COMFORTABLE PINGLS OB 
douBI* no## in N W seat Nla* 

dtatiict Oar ag« O *744 

\ t[ PLX AA A WT BOOW TWIn”bEDR ORS- 
ftewac oon home pneiioga*. walkin* 



SRJGST i HTESPUL ROOM Ut AIR 
ape tonal Raoawnoni* Bualnaa* pan 



Phona 14* W 



rpURKEY PREEDERA -HU MKMU T*" 

1 Sene and 4 tome now toying, out of laOARD RR 
flnaat atork naiBnM*. M aawBOM Phnw* If **«•* »ol- 
Batmopt 37 U C E Whitney - Ortiug. PairBald E lot# 
MatcboalB — 



SSI Bn BOOM BREAKFAST OF 

• ton*' -'—e u, S a^g 

OARD RWlir»*Nrt TWIN SSDS 
hoau rma tlwrto hn* etopo a* SMC 



\ LL-WHTTE ENAMEI ICS ROE. 
roadmen. 1)4 I MM 



arts THE A LI.- NEW FERROS AL FORT- 
* abl* Typewriter — Mt* mil fffSj Hf*- 
wrtlar In paceana) ttf* New parrtNWa «* 
atgn. naw epark'irg prefer in arm r*ah or 
term Rciwinatoo Rang llnitol dl* 
Brought on Btreot PHeoe O toll 



_ 1 (DEAL FOR STORK COFFEE BAR OR [ ] , 



RUMPUS ROOM CAIX 

YOUNG'S RADIO 

B 07*1 ga B I*#* 



I -JAIORWAT" 4to OIL BROODER AMD 
I I * Jam raw wr~ M eloctrle brooder and 
1 -Snyder ctertrt* brooder Real attar 
made tokaa wn* ga all Ardmore PewKTT 
Parra B*4 bar Phwne 34EW 

nr . light dt-w«rx lattwi PULLS TB 
y U fdsn Bp-ora Drtee S IM a 



— HOARD AMD BOOM FDR TWO I4SS 



a varbdl AAl f to-.'J AMD OOOD 
ft frtvafta ibara* Aiaaanihw 

rain* G 4*7. 

/ .GifPOSTASLS ROOM ” AND BOARD 

* rtoae to town Ara na eram en O HU 



/ 



I 




AUTOMOBILE! 



AUTOMOBILE! 



AUTOMOBILES 



2f fiaillf ColoniBt Victoria. I.C, Saa.. Fab. 2S. 1K0 |M rLAT! AMD APARTMENTS I 



FobbyTox ♦ 



I j »oi4r truti ciula im uoiai*- 
than i>««d iwituMi*, 44 a»«. 

C'» le.lni-ia Ateoue 

M ioIr i n ■ a I' "lltTvERMON ARCH DK 
lu«* kamltun trailer sleeping 4 la 

two riMi'tx ea»? m loa comfortable *0 
lit* In rt>nl*m* ampi# drawer and cup- 
baard gpato k* bn* Ovien-an cooker and 
huUi liaw •ll|M0«r«*. IPBetkpMng mat- 
tret# llrrt, .»rr.ihln* else. In *r»l- 
■. In*. awndillon Can to awn la Vu-iwrla. 
Apaif T Helton Hi Rupert Pi Kail*. 

M ott hell at" once at bal-rifti'E, 

ieat.ng la; UBA-IM1 BcaulU three- 
r»m h<u«» ii altar. *7 IM, laadtm wheels, 
altma lour iMbvi Ihreo-Purnet |a* raii«r 
Duo llitra oil bum if Partly Iur«l»tieii 
a** m.t oaauitfui name an at l lb 

HalBtid* Road Cart er phon# I ♦(»* 



II IM ar mtur I H41 I MIC. 
rpKV A NBA Villi CAK FOR ORlATBR 
> drum* pleasure I MO gtud#r.-a««r 

Commando' to.! an clUnatUar »##)• 

toam haadllghU. <Mr..»t#r. (o« U»hte 

Our ton u your gain o 34*4 



OUTSTANDING BUYS 



HOt'HLKFEPING ROOM! 
TO RENT 



WILSON’S 

USED CAR SHOWROOM 



,'XiELLENT HOME COOKED MEALS 
* and warm, atuartiva, twin bedretun 
modern private burnt tar 1 Uuslaea* 
rla: wa of waohiag machine and other 
/'IliUaa on* black ui bua Phone O 1JII. 



I ’kfvrjgkhed 1 -kouu Bum irr 

' char, and large bee -tit tine .roam Light 
and fuel included |Ji B kkU 



|NI PDRIIIIIIU H ot'OKKEXrtNO 

' r ii.m fur rant 734 Hli.aida O »». 

>R*TTILY PUHNUQIED BEO-NITTUtO 
loom In pmate houaa- LHl. 
unable for btulnsae auaiati 130 a month 



«- oaatar. 41 mile* to Ball* 

Phone OM'l after I pm 



T TNFVRJfXBtfKD ) • ROOM BAfirMENT 
J *uit* Working an up la only. Ho 
chUdron IBM 

v Rmnw-rAPi r Bt kimbm 

1 fir I will thare l-room tuna with other 
baalneea girl. near Parliament Rln*i 

t »n __ 

2 -ROOM sum. KITCHENETTE WITH 
•ink (hot aiid cold aolar*. dtj.ana- 
Urlng-roatn Adulta onlr »w par month, 
eyery thing itipplled H MM 

3 room mti.r -port aired furnished 
or unfuntlahad eulU. adult*, mo Ida 
Streak 

2 ROOMS FURNISHED HILldinil- 
Qu art r a automatic neat, waier <a< 
atoft. Marrh 4. no children. MS K IMO 

3 -ROOM"UHrURH SUITE STEAM H BAT 
elactrtr ran** Esquimau, ba'lneat 
. ou ple p referred tt* per month. R 1314 

3 -ROOM FURNlflMlD SUITS OAb 

Bum.*** roupla preferred. 1433 Mc- 

| Oregor Arenua. 



Yotts, Near Quadra 



•f, EXCELLENT MEA1J) IN PRIVATE 
AJ home far gentlemen, half block lo 
' l - 

| AM Eh BAY — <iOOD~ROUM AND h 
*’ nomallka prir.leae* Bull wurkmg 
mother and child I Ij44. 



SPENCER HOUSTON 

CAR SALES 



CHEVROLET 1-DOOR KEDAH- 
liLaiJanl 



$1750 



riWO HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR 
I rant Apply m Trutch BV 

2 PUNN IBHBD BED-afTTlNO ROOMb 
kiicnes with aink. attune atova and 
Prtgldoixa OanUameu only. Ho couplot 
MPtf apply E 0404 or O 3047 



K OOM AND BOARD. DOUDLE ROOM. 

for tno ref mod poopie only 8ele<t 
hum# Dm of ttuay W«U-<ooAe4 meal* 
eeread On tra importation Ayaiiabla Ilih. 
Phono ■ 14 14. 

I »KDDCSD - HOARD AND ROOM FOR 
II one or two stria ailling to wean a»»- 
txng dDheo and care lor own room la 
prltaU home O M74 



BAcmrtcB 

M uitt hell, ooino to c B a - 104* 
Chaoroiat l-ton etpraa.. radio, haaiar 
to* at IIS Burr*. a* Rued Beet ptia.e 
B ttkk 

M um hcu. — tajy v.b 4-ton hat 

et * * b me hen-rally perfect Bfltel 
•rlferei Ptoaaa b MU or avaningo. Col- 

aultr MIX 



DEPENDABLE 

AUTOMOBILES 



$1650 



in in OLOBMORIUI HID AN 

IV4t Hidiamath arlaa peauafui IlgM 
blur fnlly ei;ui|*i«e.' with farli.rv -installed 
radio aim an mndtUODar Prlyen onl> 
4 MO mil*, by otiflnal wwiiar Trade your 
1444 model i n tnu luiury automubU*- 

in.Q FORD PE UTTB Ct»t’FB -Rural 
I V4y aloe fittlab * non artuai mite 
Thl* roc 1% «ha buy of the yaar »iiiC 
nt lull price J • / J 

in AO cMBVRourr db i.uxb mx- 

It 4V l-AitHENi.PK rOI’FE Bp* ralin* 
grey ftui*h. wtth de lute trim Barep- 
i ilwnalti kvw mileage Saa thu tar t>n>» 
In ratua at ^ i QQC 

rull price H I 7V J 



MONTHLY — IIHIOHT, CLEAN, 



furi i* had LIII mum, Fairfield 
Uu*li>*At gentleman X 1044 



] *OOM AND HOARD WITH WABHINQ 

k Oom fur lady a. ganOamAn. nee 
dr.nker preftiabla |4S mucth B07 Lodg* 
Are . O 4243. 

K * OOM AND BOARD. flUriADLI FOR 
two entree* or hutiix-e* g.ru. two btmke 
from Ft Joteph't Hull i 0*131. 

K OUM AND HOARD FOR VOUHO PER- 
»or la at a home. Otim a.AU*oU 



FURNISHED L II. K WITH E IT CHEN - 
aU* Byanthiiid eupollad 3441 Wark. 
ROOM FURNISHED L II R •nrTE. 1ST 



M ark me an offer 1 * 4 # n 

\ inti Pickup, low mileage, 
lure UniiM •tailar, elrep* four. 
Trailet Fark 



1 Hivmurr am am. Heater 
equip pact and ttcal- * 1 irh 



II K ROOMB. PRIVATE BATHROOM, 



DUEL A FORD UOWT DELIVERY 
no I W I loon fit tael 

kW PTUOkRAEkM IPOM MODH 
lent k Dime )u« 3 *00 mile. Flrnre 
tidal between ■ and I. X *031 «r E *»/3 



EXTRA SPECIAL 



FORD TUDOR Ac aa 
raptinnal buy at ... - 



t room buite, nryr 



I ’ N PUN.N IkHKn 
I and cold watar 4nd foe range in kit 
then, nen door tn unytalre: that* hath 
room Adulta O S*7t 



room n*wi r • DBrnriATEn njtr 

Jubilee dlttruil E 3444. 

•ROOM SUTTEH. SINK UOHT HOUFE- 
k taping roam O 3TS4 after 11. 



OOM AND BOARD FOR OIRL. PHARE 
• ropBi with gin Ui tally IwqnUu. Ml 



$1050 



newly painted 



• A.A OI.DHMOHII.R ••74- FtHR n 
17 47 RED Ah 2.PM aitual itallee 
in*. 11 l*i* thrnughout. with au-toadltt 
while elite-wall* and many 
uthtr Htnu Full prLa JA- 



I 'NFlinNIBHED MOUHEKEFPINO 
I rtwun tlclnlty Hoval Jubilee Horpltal 
1034 Redlern F *770 after « h m 

I -NFDRNIBHED HI REE liOOM *Vni. 
I hu<tn**« rnuple pttfefrtd. 440 a 
month Phone O 71*7 

I 'YNFURHISHED H K « FOR WORKINCi 

- 14 flaw Rn 



FORD AHOLIA Law mllooga. 

an client «O«;0 



OOM ANO BOARD. VERY REASON- 
able good home genilepien only K 1374 

OOM > - 04 I) FOR BUBINEBB 

' g.rU lit new home reaeotiahe E ajl3 



I T -DRIVE S-TOW PANEL FOB RENT 
b* hour day or w«a» Phone Eaqut- 
■■alt Tail ■ 4711. 

j 0 n Q ~ FEiiEitAi HEAVY DUTY FU1 
I 7J7 d* k Rnnfonad !r»ma aud ei'ra 
long all-eieel ge.-* ooad el.tpc thrnugh- 
uut Apply 1*44 Burton Are. What u(- 
f«r» * 

in jo * a h* 1 -tor "yah ■< 

I y4o res i, low mileaga, bawn u*ad 

*»r* ll Ltbw In lip-t«tl »l. *!>• Uaaronahle 

HIM) View Bltaei 



eondltlnn 



A brat.g new ntutcq tide-br-ilda d ipiex •' 
.lie corner a! Ftnewobd and Wildwood. In 

Qintaiei area 

Bu.lt 1 Large Uvlng-room beeroum ailrh 

an with gat rang* Full ba*»mant with 

automatic- dnmeetlc hot water Oarage 
*04 pa' morith. 

Butte 3 Lt'ge Hrlng-room fan grand bed- 
room*. lari* cabinet kitebtn w-vlt |»* 

rang* Full ba*»tr.*nt with autama’lc 
dome 1 ■ tr hot watar. Oarai a 4*4 par 
month 



1 O J Q M^RD -CUSTOM TliDOR * 

I Y4V actual mile* Na» rar rundttlon 
throughout. A grand ear for » 1 nnr 
the family at 3I07J 

1 n A *7 ^ n,,n RUPEE nr LUXE 4-OJOR 
It 4/ SEDAN -Eyrallrni tl/lOS 
cniuiltlon Uiruughoui w> I n/J 

1 O A JL. C HEVROLET 4-»OOR HFIJAN 
I 740 Re. nndillanad motor. * . , ,c 
eaiellar.t HnMh and interior 5 I M*4_) 

, ou rn*n dr lobe tudor - 

I V40 Eirallant » 1 OQC 

condition F I J/J 

1 « , a N ASM BET> AN — Brand raw 
I t 4U mol nr Prewar #1 IQC 

(reimportation at tu bett l7J 

1 n *3 0 Doocnt i nnfm sedan e* p- 
It JO t tonally clean with 
et* alien' rubber JI07J 

ca»h or trade IJM heiimrsu prr month 

include* yierythlng. 



U COM FORI ABIE ROOM WITH 
akfaet. >7 SO. dinner and ht*akf*i(, 
Bue palto* door Butt butin'tywan. 



MODEL A 
FORD 



2 BRIGHT ROOMB WfTM OCEAN VIEW 
0 «» Nay a*'sg* aaailahl# Adulta 

013 H MM 



Xt'OIIM ROOM AMD HOARD FOR BUB! 
** nfki gin arstlahle March I, *S( 
muniti flew to hue O 7M« 



THEVROLET 

COACH 



*T vr U>ld GrTgory l hot I love him an many limn tb»t I’m beginning 
In believe It myself.” 



BOARD MOTHER AND CHILD 



WILSON MOTORS LTD 

HEED CAR SHOWROOM 
TATES near QUADRA HW 

Open Etentiige till 4 



3-TOM FORD PLATO aCK. 1FM 
llrm-a. guod *l.a;ia 41.140 



61 BUMMLR KtSOH I B 



HOI HUS TO HUNT 



51 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
WANTED 



Boorman Investment Co. 
Limited 

•30 VIEW YTREFTT PHONE * *•« E 3133 
Member Real Ealate Board of Vlclotla 



DODUE PANEL DEI.HEHY- 
Soin* aura*, abaoluuiy Ural- 
* owner- dr 1 van t 4733 



K IVENBIDB CABIN COURT. QUALlrVM 
Bearn, iiindern. an laland Highway. 
Two *nd the** room »uite» and bungaiaaa 
River and eaa lulling H ete available 

nearby. Phone ?40*. 



K rriRED FIXlEat-V MAM LIVtNtl 
Slone tn ne* modem hi>u*e In Lane- 
ford, would i»ai rallatiie aliltrll uvupl* to 
i|«e with him Rom «J0 p*r month aid 
chare houeehuld eaprneee Writ* B.'4 7*44. 
Colon IM. or phone llelmnnl l*7M 

ROOMB ~vfl LIVWb-ROOM. DININ' i- 
mam u'lllty nmin and haOirnwn! dawn. 
»falr» An a. re of erunnd with Irull trae# 
»n4 §KrKf! furnuitifd or uni«irniKh!d 
Witn riptlnn of burina Phone B *1(17 

« • ROOM ULTRA - MODERN HOURS 
sj tier'll f.in leharl. 1 44 par month J14 
Diand Midhway, 



ANTED GOOD HOARD AMO ROOM 

garea* for refined working gant. Bo* 
C^onUt 

1 ROOM AND BOARD IN 
Vlrlrmr of Roc* Bav ur Vt> mrlo *r»l, 
iir conywritrnc# Ror Mil Ciiliml-r 



iq.i PODUI PAXD NEW TIRES 
I 7 4 I good rotidllUN Ball or Uade far 
•mailer Duck 01 rar Keating 40 



LUEftl.Y LADY WANTS WARM LHR 



AUTOMOBILES 



CHEV 1 TON PANEL OOOD 
•hap*, trade lor H-lop pickup. 



TIP TOP AUTO SALES 

LIMITED 

1030 YATES STREET 



CAB M.NANLIND 

UTO HALES FINANCED. M W. MILLER 
tt Co . Hhio Uuyrrumalil Fhuna U 0001 



l.'LDERLY LADY WANT* 
I * Milled graai.d floor room 
Colonist 



GARDEN RENTALS 



ROOMS TO RENT 



TRUCK. F1.AT 



FOMD 3-ION 
dock new rondlltori t*t*4 O 3*11 



%t MEDIATELY LAROfc RRIOHT M K R 
nr unall *#lf-ront*m*d *p«tm*n> tn 
eon quiet hucto Middie-sge.i 
ne 4011 4 , dint, lei - 



M OAK HAY- ONI UMrURMtSHED ROOM 
and on* firm tailed todr-rotn Hu-ln*** 
rnpie PI. on* O 3131 

veuT- FtmaiMOD eixifino 7 room, 

v n«*r Far'iiomen* Ru. ding* tm*n> 



I 1 h l V A 7 r CAK 
1 People * Pin*n<*, 
Tornnto Bitlf Fhnri* 



. ClltV 14 C W 1 4- WHEEL 1 

.ascallent cordldon. IMO Co lo 4iM 

. n CHEV . r 
4U iivirr late n 1474 



SPENCER HOUSTON 

CAR SALES 

-ni# Home of D*p«nd*bU Auinmobll**- 
TRADEB - TERkfS 
Open from • a tn. lo 4 30 p m 
44 1 TATES FTRIXT RHONE R 1431 



$30,000 STUCK OF CARS 

1934 to 1949V- ALL MAKES 
FROM $250 UP 

Chevrolets, Fords, Pont iocs, 



FOR RENT 

Sleeping -Room, ratrfield SIR 90 

Two-Koom Hullo BC. hol-watot 

haeteit with klUhenalU 444 00 

Vallance * bawykr ltd. 

Fbun* O >031 Phono O 1313 



I tEPIXKD WIDOW Wl»H» WARM 
partly -furo LHK mom around floor 
irafareoca. remroJ. permoaant. Hoa »74L 

Nilonlet 



AUTOMOBILE FINANCING 

Autumn*'!* Purchaao* Fir.a.-.iad an 
Monthly Payment Plan 
Conditional 8aia Agraamer.ta DUrnunted 
Rcoaonabla Rate* Prompt torvlca 

ISLAND FINANCES LIMITED 

1113 Broad Street Phone O MJ1 



TWO-TOS 14)4 OUC. TRUCK, 
>*al*d to am light* HUH Belcher 



54 FLATS AND APARTMENT8 
WANTED 



E D R O O M ACCOMMODATION UI 



ANTED, RY MARCH 14 CLEAN, 
warm beq-Mi'inf -room and kltchau- | 
M CFB empinyaa and wife. James | 
re aeonaMe tern * 



Warttlay 



I* Mueical ,ere«.u 
Apts 1417 DoufU* 



1950 INTERNATIONAL 



4 PARTMEWT WANTED — 3 CM FUN- 
i * ni*hed n»mf. nvat ctruptw Beat mriwa. 
both working. MO a month. March 1 ar 14. 

Bui 4744. Crilonl*!. 

\ PARTMKNT OR HOUSE FOR YOUNO 
Naval couple pryferabty In EariUlmaU. 
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Mron* B 1043 



TRUCKS 



BuicLv Ply mouths, «tc. 



t^UK! gEaUnwg 



4 *OM FORT ABLE BOOME XS PRIVATE 

v home (u roup'ey, meet* optional. 
Kefecencek. O 1434 



Til# all-new tnumauonal offer# r*w 47 
•eparate truck rt.e»«i* nuidaU. deki«n*g 
u> handle every com el table type of liaiilibg 
|ob Bp*c.la,l»eg enclnee rranimlreion*. 
sal** and other ccoiponec' por*% or# hot 
one odfantog# you receive wilt lotema- 
11 . j no! Com# «e* and grlv» the moat 
brouitful nuut eomlurUble trucks lb 
Internet!' not history — featuring oomlo- 
alklon cab*. 



BRING YOUR CAR IN 
LET US QUOTE YOU A 
DIFFERENCE 

YOU CAN GET A 
LATE MODEL CAR 
FOR AS LOW AS 
$30 A MONTH 

SHOP WITH NICHOLLS 
AND 

SAVE DOLLARS 
ON THESE TWO BEAUTIES 

1 n d 1 *-FAR* CHET COUPE Bupto 
I 74 I charged 

. O'}"* PONTIAC 4 • PAM COUPE. 
I r j/ Hk.no, l.e*t#r. or. 

30-DAY 50-50 GUARANTEE 
ON 

LATE MODEL CARS 
OPEN 9 A M TO 9 P M 



ruRNisnio 



d ■VOLWDOD COBH 
* modern college 

room, electric kiichet 

room, oil heater, gar. 
tion, eioro*. go.f R 
mom 144V evening* 



BLEEPING 



tOMPUR 1 ABLE HEATED 
J ru'.m elo»* In t 4*04 
.HOR RENT- I. A ft* IF FTfRNlBMED ROOM 
In dly reedy M»rch 1 Ruitahi# foe 
logy or 3 girl* O N»M. O •-444. 



( (All INSURANCE COSTS ONLY 414 TO 
" cover fur British ColumblA 6afety Re- 
■poni.biUiy Low and get a pink card 
J VI BLCKLER INSURANCE agencies 
130 Pemberton Building Phuno E 3144 



LOUIS NELSON LTD 



* TTRACTtVELY - PUnxiUJUD. ( 
-A furl suit 3-room *ulta. n»er 
Oor«« w*:»m 4M Selkirk Avenue t 

Cu’antrv and Bualla Crrecent- O 

U " 'ANTED, BY EUJFJlLY I^tDY 
pithed I! K rmim In rdr* I 
Hat* "»n bedding, dieha* are Be 
Colonial 



N CNrunNISMED DUPLEX HOUSE 
■ulio. near (own. rcavonabla Plea** 
>ne young rnupl* B 3gl0, 



Da* lore In 
YANOUAKD 



HUKHtSHED LARGE BOuM SINK OAB 
* plat* 1104 Ftrowood Road 

tOUD ROOM CLOSE TO TOWN AND 
t bua 441 COlll&to' 



TRIUMPH 



KAISER 



pNOlNR RECON D mONIHO SFEC1AL- 
I * i»t* -Oat no 1 price* Cump>t# lob 
ref.nr* Intiall pitton*. pin*, rings New 

• uylr-e nerformauca Katy on go* and oil 

CHET DOWMAN GARAGE 734 JOHNSON 



REQUIRED 

rulet refined 
ll Vtew end 
14. OolnnUL 



I I ACHELOR APARTMENT 
* by buitnast Itdy in clean 
■urraundltif Mu«t her* brli 
aiodern com emeu ft Bo* 4 



FARWES1 MOTORS LTD 

YATES AT VANCOUVER BTRtofT 
Phone O 1174 



Aiiouuntldd 

FEBRUARY FESTIVAL OF 
BARGAINS 

llth to 31 Ih FEBRUARY 

OOOD USED CAR* FOR A BONO- Every- 
tluug tt> g<> Nn riMoni 1 !* offav r*!iuod 
II you don 1 be I leva ll. pan an offar 
piveiti Bubttol You have badghl jruur*eli 



vxrvn 



El’AJfTKD - t HE ROOM 

»» nuhad fny quia' aldayly p*n»tt>nrr 
APOlr Bor 4544 Colonist. 



.* tAK CITY CENTRE WARM. PLENTY 

w h»l water spar* for c*r 1 4577 

• OOm7 CENTRAL. OBVTLEM AN PRE- 

i cd 



M ich ails auto body bhop-cum- 

plait body and frnriac repair a. paint- 
ing. welding Fhn no B 1A1I 3041 Dongle* 
Btraat. Victoria. B.C 

V*TIAU CLtANINii" HUOHES MOTORS, 
k^ awrnar Johnaon and Quadra 



i VOUPLE WITtl WELL-BIHAVED TWO- 
" iter -old would like tult* In Oor*» or 
Fairtiald dlttrirU, with h*#t ard hn - . walar 
lupplied Would consider dupics. Eical- 

lent r*l*r#nca# G t»n4. 

j voUPLE TO BE MARRIED APRIL 34 DE 
* *lra 3 room*. tolf-conU'iiag apart' 
Bient. furriiahod. hot 40M. Colonlat. 

THLOERLY I.ADY HEQUIflEB UN- 

I * furnished 3 or J-room «Ullo. reason - 
able R 4107 



Reply to But 4X44. Colon!' 1 



53 FLATS AND APARTMENTS 
TO RENT 



"TRUCK SPECIALS" 

Victoria Super Service 



"FURNISHED ROOM* BED-8rm. fo- 
rworn, kitchen*!!*, dlnr.ee 433 8u- 



LOVELY UNFURNISHED SUITE, 
very larva living -room ovariooklng 



PACKARD AND AUSTIN 
OWNERS 



parlor 



SMASHING REDUCTIONS 

Iq.q VANOUARD SEDAN -Vary Ii 
I 747 milaagc, Icathar up- # t g-Q 



wiuuntatne and itrolt. 



Chelielle 



j q ,q DODGE S-TON FICKUP All 

I 74 7 new o*ar»i>a 4-ply a 1 / qc 
lira* only I. 0 B 0 mil** 3* I07J 

1949^ RO Lrn°,: ,,t ' ,t - $1495 

IO roRD CAB-OVER TRUCK. IH- 
I 7Q I inn. with rteal flak CQCfi 
dock and rnliar In good eondltlon 573U 
lAinl-TOII RIO FlJkT-DtCK. with 
I74U new 1440 aieicn 



automatic heat, suit musical couple, 
RENT ALB UNLIMITED 
44«A Tata* Bt. 

We Handle P0-. of ilia 
Rental* In Tuwn 



CLEAN BUNNY. UNFURNU1HSD 
C room* in ludat gas *tnya near Iht* 
1 nd (tore*, at Oak Bay Junction Apply 
074 Varrindar 



I iHREt BEDROOM HOUSE TO RENT ON 
Mato; high liirattoai 474 par month 

Bog 4410 Cali nU! 

3 -ROOM MODERN HOUSE - PHONE 

Belmont 2«B 



I^NOR QUIET RETIRED LADY 8FLF 



DO YOU KNOW THEBE SIGN* OF 
WASTEFUL TIRE WEAR! 

Ui Etcaaelf* wear in cantra of triad, 
caused by ovar-mOollon. 

tbi Beal, oped appearance, tausad by Ur# 
bomg out at balance land passible 
faulty brakoel. 

(t) Fe»th#r#d edges s»ui*d by faulty 
a.ignment af wheals 

TYia»a condltlona mean wa* aful tlr* 
• rar and can lead to bUiw-outa and da- 
tes' iva Hearing 

W» raonmaiend a cheek an wheel *»*'- 
mem and tire balae. a ovary 4 000 miles 
and w* have the prortaiiin aquipmant la do 
tt right 1 

1*0 TAKE A LOOK AT YOUR TIRES 
TODAYI 

Ju*t Phan# or Coll far an Appointment 



I contained » 3 or 4-roomad' unfurnished 
■nil#. Warm *unny. wtth ample cupboard 
apart. Refined surrounding*. 4*0 Bui 
*404, Colonial 



VANOUARD 

SEDAN 



ROOMS WANTED 



* TT ft ACTIVE UNFUHNIflHED GROUND 
* V Boor 2-room •# 11 -contained urn* In 
Palrfleid. ault elderly parenn; heat, light 
and bnt water supplied, new gaa ranva. 
rant 440 1011 KlchardesMl Bt 



CHEV. BEDAN- 
Rad'a and healer 



57 WANTED TO RENT— HOL'btS 



ANY CHILDREN ALLOWED? 

rpWO APAHTMBNT-BHKD SCHOOL- 
I aged boy* and thair parent# requakl 
flre-riHinv suite or uuple* In amid dletrtc' 
Pleate phone H 3T79 



DODGE SEDAN — Fluid-drive 
radio, haator, one ^ 1 <jrn 



R efined widow wishes warm. 

riimtortably - furnnhed bod - kilting 
room, with u*e of klt'hen or kl'.rhene'le. 
^airfield dlttrle* preferred, end wlitiin 
walking dle'anre of fl*r »e»tre I* e« not 
*mot# or drink Must be In guod. refuted 
horn* Could give rvlerrm es Ru* 4443, 



U »E HAVE TWO CXILDRBN. 4 AND 4 
yean Bo II e a t:una< Need 4 or 4- 
rooro home or apar'.mtnt furnished or 
unfurnished. 4U U> (40 par month B 1143 



FFB 14— IJNFUHNIBHkD 



\ VA1LABLE 

apartment In new block- Large llvlcig- 
rosuii, todrwom. kitchen and bathroom. Be- 
frideralor and rang* Adult* only- 474 
per nnn ih Htior.a t. 3431 or apply Suita 
7, 1404 Fort Btrae' 



1400 B long hard Bl Fbuna O 4*34 - E 1145 



DODGE 

BEDAN 

FORD OPERA COUPE— 
1440 Uronr# ... 

UUPMOBILB 

SEDAN . _ — 



MREE OR FOUR-ROOM UNFURNISHED 



rin 

1 apartment for couple and ana ch.id 

Thrw* month* rant Ih •dranea, up to #40. 



f 'RORJtTLT NEEDED AN UNFl'M- 
• nUhad four-rnamrd dweiun# for thrw# 
adulta. by April I. Bo* *314. Colonist 

U ’ANTED TO LEASE OB RENT— OOOD 
rarenua homa or small apartment 
bouse py middle aged couple, reliable 
good r eleven 

TV’ ANTED TO LEASE "obooT REVENUE 
’ ’ pioprriy wild toxfortabie Ilrlng ac- 
comroodatlon with option at burins by 
raapnnklble party B*lereni-*a. K 1443- 



Bnt 4434. Colonial 



1949 MORRIS PANEL 
DELIVERY 

la new ear condition, mllaag# under 7.000 
An ideal light delivery anil -economical m 

oparatlwn and upkaap 

Call In or phone fox a de mnneiratloei 
Priced for quleb awla M*l 



\ M VAIIAHl.lt MARCH I - NrW AFT. 
living -room, dinetto, bedroom, bath- 
room kin Hen. electric ranga and frtdgt, 
rentral heal adult* ITS j»r month Apply 
Ntr I IU Gorta Road Weal 



fftWO B UfllN EBB LA DIM REQUIRE 34- 

I room tinf'irnlNiod flat Fairfield or 

Oak Bay ft Ml. 

Y 'HOENT - BEt-F-COfTTAtNED J ROOM 
' wilte. «lo*c In nr on good bu* totvlce; 
couplt fhllil r»ni I40-I4!* O WHO ^ 

U ’OR KING COUPLE URGENTLY RE- 
quire 3-rpom *utl* with nr without 
gar rare of iwn-vear-nltl deughter torn!* 



61 UOU8KKRCPING ROOMS 
TO RENT 



GLADWELL'S 



1936 52^“°^- *495 

1 OOO FLYMOUTH BEDAN. In very 

I7Z7 good running ElCG 

condition • to I Jv 

FOB IMMEDIATE DC 1. 1 VERT 
Vanguard Bedang - Vanguard 'k-Ton FanG 

Rkltar Travelers 

The Buyers’ Market I* Her* Be Bur* U 
T»k» Adeartag* of It 



4 F1RBT C1ABB BELF-CONT 0INED 3- 
■* » ruum unfurQiohad suite. 414 per 
iimnih G 4444 _ 

\ CME AUIO COURT— 4-ROOM FAMILY 
suites lurntki>*d Winter rates. Fhoaa 

Huai O" fur Oueiatun. Urlmont 1*4 R 



BARGAINS 

GOOD TRANSPORTATION 



Thomas Plimley Limited 

1410 TATER BTRKrr. VICTORIA. BC 
FHONB 0 7111 EBTABLIBHED 1441 



* LARGE 3 ROOM M1ITK WITH P|tR. 
aiM> on* targr room fully fum'vhed. 
elertrlc rooking I43g He.th Orlrr W>*kly 
rate* B7444 Adulta 

\ C00MM0DAT10N FOR TOURWTB— 
LH K. room*. I block* from Gl» 

\ TIB ACTIVELY FURNISHED LHK 
and eleeping-rnom hot water. «•'»<* 
Buainat* people Clnaa in Fairfield B Mil. 

a TTBACTIVEI.Y FI RNIRHED » r !• • 

*Y vlltlng -room m refined home: fyery- 
ming supplied for LHK II M Rurdatl Are. 



Thomas Plimley Limited 

d 71(1 1010 Tat** M 



A partment, self - contained. 

bright r<oie In. Dflrata entrant# 

Hat IM4. Colonist. 



SMALL UNFURNISHED 



\ v ‘ urnDBKMP 

>» apartment wllhln walking dUtanr* 
rraionshle rent, private entrance Ooud 
tenant*, twu adult* Bo* #434. Colonist 

\\ ’ANTED FOB ONE LADY. UNlTJE 
’ * nl»hed apai'mrnt «f three room*, 
heated, quiet rurroundlnt* reasonable 
rent Bo* #703 Colonial. 

\ 4 • »HTEiT- T H R f « UNFVMNlFHtD 
»i room* or edtr. nut bo heated: ce«. 



pIVH. SERVANT. WIFE. ADOLEBCENT 
daughter; 3-bedroom bungalow. Fair- 
riald. oa k Bar ; IM O 4474 

EU ABLE COUFLB WOULD UKf TO 
rant houso or bur. with low dt/wn 

payment, balance at appro* 440 a month 
aa rant Bteodily employed B»* 1744 

Coloni al 

' pHREk • BbDRGGM HOUSE IN OR NEAR 

I (lly Hu* Mil. Colontlt 



4 PARTMENT. PRIVATE BATH CMIL- 
gren animal* or parents, Re*»oc- 
able Bundsy*. ll Men*l*a 

SELF-CON T AINAD 4-ROOM SUITE 
UnluntUhad. Adult* Apply 1441 Bt. 
Charts 1 fltreet. 14 a m lo I p m 



auto painting and 
UPHOLSTERING 

w* Ar* nil Specialist* 10 Auto Body 
Repair* Btaarlna and Frame 

MOONEY I AUTO BODY 
II* Carron-ani Street Fbotse E4171 

>34 Vaoeotivar Street Fhone B 1414 

HO JOB TOO LARGE OB TOO SMALL 



OOUFC 



1934 SKo. $425 

TWO SPRING SPECIALS 

* rv-7 7 FORD TUDOR In eacallent *!>*»• 

I yj/ Finished In gr#Y *HB eery cl»«a 
Inierior Tire* escepUaually 
■ond Hedurwd be aJ 



A M LATE 1444 OUJBMORXJLK BtXlAN. 

KydramaUc (lire, beautiful Ugnt blue. 
Fully equipp'd with loelery insuUteg 
reuio and air condiuooar Drlvan only 
a 000 mile* by original ow ner Call 8 >447- 

ENAF'pOR CAM. BAT AND BUN 
Utily— 14 Mud'on >U aeuan new Bat- 
tery Uc. In* . heater and estro*. a laautl- 
lul ear. only 17*0 14*4 Hauitain At 



ROYAL AUTO SALES 

OPEN EVENING A TILL I F M 

EASY TERMS— LIBERAL TRADE- INE 
LOWEST FINANCE RATES IN TOWN 



M ED-AITTINO-ROOM, TV R N I B H ED. 

(Hurtle, larse kllrhen, tint gas Near 

bn* Vaeant March I. B 3440 

I »Uf«l> r *Rfl OIRL WOuFd l.l Kf ANGPH- 
I > *r tw (hare privale home Phune 
E 1141. 



\ Tm ACTIVE HOUR! KEEPING BOflM 
5 minutes walk trum (own Apply 
04 1 Burden 



TEAR 8 IXAJtE ON FOUR 



U 'ANTED 

or n*»-room»«l huuae within l»n mile# 
of el'r Belmont I4AQ 



CLEAN COMFORTABLE LHK 

rnotu Jk Cambnute O 4TJ# 



*, / PONTIAC FORDOB BEDAN. I»e- 
r40 ton* trey and blue Heolef . rod'#. 
Ila elm* *••) o**er* R*ce|leB» iweeWefi 
1 rondlilwn. very gawd rub- * 1 

Priced to tot) St J IOaJ 

MANY OTHER* TO CHOOBE FROAi 
ON OOB BIO USED CAR LOT AT 

M4 PANDORA 
BABY TER MB AND 
LOW DOWN PAYMENTS 

PHONE B 211 1 — B 6722 

OPEN BYENINOt 



OR k-ROOM UN FURBISHED HOUSE 
waned by April I E MA# after 4pm 



UBTIN A 40 BLUE SEDAN -A340 OFF 
tut Good ewndiuwo O fit. 



SATURDAY SPECIALS 



URINAAN GIRL II Ah BUI7E TO PHARE 
with another; convenient, reason* Me 



H EAtrrirvL new zenith wave-mau- 
nei. portable Model IOB01. battery, 

AC-DC and auuMwetMla rwdt* eornMnaUau. 
oargaln ai IM O 1*14 alter 4 p m 

CUE FUHCHOLAB PATTER I BE MANU- 
fae lured In Vletarlu Rove 1/4— hare 
ynur baitary r*t. a»^U 11 atowtto guaran- 



\ LHK. ROOM OINTLCM AN ONLY; 

walkin g outa n«*e 1441 Bur den IBM 
I* RIGHT COMFORT ABIE WIlX-fUR- 
I » nlthed ltghi Hou#ek*eptn# rixxn In re- 
fined home. >, bloc* bum bua and shop- 
ping centra Suitable for buitnee* per*on. 
Fhone E 3JM 

B right, clean boom fob working 

man. near Parliament Bid* O 44A3. 

I yRiaHTTcETCnULLT LOCATED LH K. 
FhoneJE 3134 

7 v LI AN H X. ROOM. EVERYTHING 
* found nteo fur (Ingla person 0 X 1 



WE MUBT here more furni-l ed end un 
furntkh*d anile* end homet W* hire many 
client*, sum* with ehlldren. who er* ara- 
parata Ftinn# rour Hating* NOW 10 



H ast cash offer over ii am taken 

IMP Chavrelat sedan, a 7131. Local 
Ml 

H UXCX INI. FOR INFORMATION 

pu:-« O toll 

4 aHEVROLKI DE LUXE BEDAN 1PYY. 
' j maroon, meruaalrallr par fan. new 
Urea, seal evrar*. to* luhl. radio and 
heater. 1*44 plated Prtrawly owned Al 
shape ihreushanit 4774 Sidney IH B 

i 'HRTRLBR ROAIMTE1 N NINO 



H IAUnFVU.Y FUMNIRHED LARGE 

tod-allking-room. Flr*i>to«e. bllcben- 
rtte, 144. Rafemeee*. E 5147 



/vovrORTABI.Y FURNINHED SUITES 
' J for Uuree months, from 440 paenth 
Lower rule* If tenant PappUo* linen View 
Royal Auto Court termlnua at Oortw- 
Melmetm bus O 1X74 

C IOOIC AND PANDORA VICTNTTT— TWO 
/ rooms, 432 54: I room*. 13* 44 email 
room. 414 por month, fnrnikhed Bn* 



GARDEN RENTALS 



1404 Ford Dw Lute Tudor Sadsn — $1 0A« 

1147 Ford Dp Luxe Coupe •' >•* 

1444 Chevrolet Coupe A clean ear - 4#*» 
1437 Terrsplano Begap. Imakaeuiate 17*1 

1114 Ford Ftcbup Detlvaxr 4474 

14>4 Ford Panel Delivery, round .. !*•» 

iota Chevrnlet Coach, eery good - *405 
1*34 Plymouth Cooeh. im# motor 4740 
14)4 Fold Do Loot Bodan. epealiaat 4*44 
1437 Ford M-h p Coach . rabaHIl motor |4*4 

4344 



BUSINESS EXECUTIVE 



FRANCIS BATTERIES * TIBBS. LTD 
1413 Quadra Btroot Pboo# B II 



REQUIRES 



B argains in used auto radios. 

heaters fogllgl-'e aad all typo* of 

•cooMorle* Flion* it 1533 

H 'Tur- OF THE mORSBT QUAD 
taw torvlaa to aorraape'nd Jooaa 

R.-n*. batterte* 1314 Quadra RftB 

I • A R RIA7BR 3 NEIV TIBER *44*14 

' 4 4541 

( ' AR RADIO, rm ANY LATE MODEL 

' Ch ar or Fnrg. Ilk OM" 

■ 1LT ir« 44- INCH TUIEB AND 
■ lube* DM bal'ery. 'heap Also 

wracking 1434 Oakland coac h 0 MM _ 

I.XM 1 BALE MOOE 1 * FOBD START- 

Itei Mil Colonial 



MOV SUB TO MNT 



\ COBT. MOOERN l-BOOM COTTAOB. 
1 LaMlord 0 4500 

h UFLKX. SELF CONTAINED. K* AR LY 
yompletod. grovud Boot furnUhed. 
cabin*' kl'ehen. aleotrte rang*. alUMf- 
room wllh altotrl* fireplace oedrnnm 
bathroom . beat and hart w*iei «tim>!'*d 
Dalle* final) Adult* only. *74 a month 
Bo* TMJ^jColonlit 

nO« BACRELOR-FENBlONntB - l»#i* 

I fori able cab'll* on Vlewfteld Raad 
fttill a low aval table, from 41 » P*' 
month Apply RentaU Oepartineni KFR 
A BTEFHENBON LTD . 4M Oov I O «137 



Dali* a Road 



6-ROOM HOUSE 



CUSTOM BUILT 1444 fORD 



YOMFORTABLB 3-ROOM. FURNTBHIU 
Ne«r *tore*. bu* Jubilee dlllflpt. 
otineaa peopie 1413 ChMtniU, 



g *1 FAN. COMPACT 1-ROOM SUIT*- 
' Ele«. raw king darenette no linen. 
Central ho ot. A mphmn a t OatoMto. B4434, 

7 4 LAItilAV EN TOUR HIT ROME - AT- 
iracUre LR K IPnittg; central E 4443. 



Boameaa «*ecuU»» arien'ly noed* kia-rnom 
hoove Oarage Automatic brat preferred 
Three bedrtwm* (no b»»e»#nt bedroatmti. 



CUT YOUR 
MOTORING COSTS 
IN HALF 

WITH A NEW 1950 
ENGLISH FORD!! 

M mttao to <he gallop Eaey to Mrk aad 

handle. Quirk rwapwnatve p4rk-«p 

r N FACT YOU JUNT CANT BEAT Ok* 
FOR 

R1UNB4T F INFORM AN CQ 



I.IOR BALK- 1444 FORD CUSTOM FIVE- 
I pagtongwr huatneea roue* Owner 
driven •»»-mial green Immaculate «ondl- 

tian; WON wMiaaoe. 4I.1M APPlr Baa 

M0*. Colon UK. 

h H3R SALB — I4TT TERRAFIJkNE SEDAN 
In inatl eawdltlnp- radio and heater, 
reasonable for oairt eale. Calquii* XI X 

i a OOD PRICE ON P7NE-RUNN1NO 1*17 
" * OtdoPKibite roup* f« qwlrk tola 



• oMPORTAH IK YUIU* H * ROOM — 
Refarenraa reuulrad 1 434*. ___ 

(LEAN H K ROOmTfCLLY FURNISHED. 
■ Non -drinker 134 MPPPle*. 



I#» Baakne Sedan, oound cur 

14,14 Cltovrolet Coupe, only . — 
1437 Graham Four- Door Bedan 
14)4 Ford Do Lute Sedan . 

1444 OK C Hi; 1 * 1 . wood hoi — 
14)4 Ford 2 -ton Troek. •« near 
1474 Whtppwt-Four Owwpa. only 



BOX 8760, COLONIST 



] NOR RENT - J ROOMR. HELP -COR - 
(•lord apartment with eunnorrh; In 
elty, ground ftawr Ready Mitch 3 O 5154. 
0 4*54 



«n» In heme of widow, tn Oak Bar; 
lour heat and hot watar there hatb- 
and kit. - 

FRONT ROOMB. UF 



I er and generator 

fTMD AND REW "CAR RADIOb7 H4AT- 
U erg. apatllehle aree*«ortev oheel*. 
itree all alto# Resawn aMe 0 3411 
I RIATEHN 

radio#, etc A( ihltMfM Auto Salt# 

« 4411 



YKEVE4 BROS - TRANSnOI AND 4TOR- 

»» age. local and l»n|-dMtan<« moving, 
parking crating and ihlpptne; Itfl van 
ivrvlce to Vanmuver Phone E #431 

M elLWAINB BROS' TRANSFER LTD - 

Furniture »nd piano muring, iong- 
dlttanra remorali heavy hauling torrlc* 
crating and khipp'ng r?*e our Uft van 
•ervir# for furnitura ramovali Victoria. 



I .vURNIENfD 3-ROOM APARTMENT 
Own an trance and bath Call 4« Ray 
Street B.iUe 3. after II Coup!* only 
Rant *10 



NUMNIBMKD LM 
1 per and ground ftanr frant staoping 

war. l*en4* opIf^lWO Yalea St. 

vmifiaBID LIGHT HOU4EKEEIMNO 

* room In to wn 0 4437 

NURNtHHED R K* ROOM AIXO BLEEP 
1 mg room Burtneea ganKewwn R 1117 

, K HOOMtL FURNIBKEn. ALM 



OOD USSD 4UJCE nBDAN M 
4000 a* nearaat c!7er O 740* 



51 OFFICC8. ktTURKK. HALLS 
TO RENT 



I V3K RENT - J-ROOM BUTTE A N D 
prnate bathroom Marrh 1. Bet MM 

CalnnUt 

APARTMENT, UNFURNISHED 

I IVING-ROOM DIN1NO-ROGM BED- 
J room, kitrhenette and ba’hroum. Plato 
1.1 Royal Jubilee RokpcsL 440 a mdnth 
Fiesta give pbnre number gnd rvfervncat 
•hen antutnng Bot *574, Colonial 



GOODYEAR TIRES AND 
BATTERIES 

As Low os $ I k 00 Down 
$1 00 o W«ek 

EAST BUDGET TERMS 



LOWEST OPERATING CONT 
Many awlnr* to cheoea from all u 

mat. King leather ar refine qphoieteey. 

YICTORIA PRICE 



a YA1LABLE IN DOWNTOWN VIC- 
«a torta targe aaditorium eulUMa tot 
dancing or Othet nrgaeilsatinnal luncUon*. 
Monday ut Thursday Heaaonabla ran! 

I\,., » 1 «., r«i niai 

IT'EQUIMALl COMMUNITY CLUB HALL. 
1 * all tacllKlea O 47*4 



VICTORIA 
SUPER SERVICE 

MORRIS-M O — RILST »( 



ILLMAN MINX Dl LUXE SEDAN. IM7 
mode' * 1.400 mileage under 4. to* 
r* Apply C Orimihaw. Beuvenuia 
has BraotootM. V I B.C. KsPlmg 310. 



IighL water 
a. •• F*r **•« 



HERE'S YOUR CHANCE IN 
A COMFORTABLE RENTAL 
Choove From This 
Opportunity List 

PARTLY - FURNISHED RO'irtK ftp Eaqut- 
Ir.au M«ad All an on# Boor. 

VEWLT DICORATTO l-ROOM APART- | M*' p!TSp« ” 

*N ment Iteaaorabta rant, wUN auta tt AT » «• tor m .ntn 

enure rentenu onlr Bo* 4*11. Coli»nt*« | on* HAl^ of alde^by-tlde DUPLEX UN- 

ruRNIBMED with AUTOMA7IC OIL 
II I A TING Rea iwn bedronma and a 
saraar In Oonralet district CHfl-DREN 



$1268 

$1183 



OT-RCD ROADSTER FORD 44-H P 
Y-4 meter. DC Cheap O Mil 



IVtMO - ROOM. BEDROOM. KITCHEN 
J and n«ol! PathrftO"' ctaaa tn; *70 
oneida m May Ltd . E 717* 



. O . -w CHRYSLER ROYAL wit* Peer 
It 4/ OHM wweth af •«* 
car u ip beuutifal oui.dittao. 

Fpr wniy 

10*50 C7IRT4LK* 
lyjV IMPERIAL SEDAN 

1 942 no, ‘ 

lOTQ 

t TOO With he# 'at 
....UMifUltl 



00(30 USED CAR. 



$2200 

$700 



GAVIN JACK 

1)17 QUADRA STREET FHONE « 4131 



I SAVING CITY MOOT 

I* 1444 Dftdge WfteMkl De Lat*e Coat 

3 tm n*w. Decewaber l#to Law oettaage. 

ndertoPt fog IQhfP. ruaaa* rod in ar.d 

.••tor tool aoeeea Prea'^n# and cholwP 

rood tiroa. rureflrnt eeatdltlos throughmjt 

»*«n7 afUr 4 pm Bat and 4«B.. 



t AROI STORK. APPROX ONI HUH- 
■ * dr *d feat depth, good vindewi MR- 
meat, a team baa lad right IP the down- 
town shopping a*' tion on • main wraat 
Will leato to re'.aPta tenant. Far f unbar 
tafemstiftn phene B 4511 

ODERN - BTORE - IN NEW* BUlLDDfO. 

Cad r> are Bay, (M per month B 444L 
PFACI FOR BENT * *11 JOHN- 



I M MEDIATE POSSESSION 
housekeeping ream 1 k|« 

r k. linen# iUPP»e< . uen*! 

ault ku*tne#» couple- Wt 
O 4414. 



GLADWELL MOTORS LTD. 

14 PANDORA AVI FhdWe B till 



ATTENTION TRUCKERS! 

(XT UI LUO RECAP TOUR 4 34 e *» ANT> 
* M ■ 34 TIRES WTTH THE BENT EQUIP- 
MINT ON mi Ml -AND 

DOUGLAS TIRE SERVICE 

111 Rerpld. Cer Oort. E4IU 



if YOURK LOC1KINO FOR A 
1 attractively furntahed room. 1 n*ludln| 

• tor tne rongtita *®d davtr.ette. phene 1 



O N* OR TWO mow FVRNISMID 

'•Mna gvailabta Winer rate* oraen- 
wpad Auto C'rtirt Yt# t»!*nd Highway. e« 
Four Mile Htil (> 4733 



JAMESON SPECIALS 



(VZ? 



"HfCUlHMIl) APARTMENT an CWItoeon 

dtreet On* bedroom Heat hot and eold 
water eupprted #7* per eien'h 

MAtdONETTE — Attract twty - furntahed 
HEATED haste oet an twe levpla Very 
romferaoMe end enly 474 per waanlh 



Y AHOB H I HOOM. NEAR H B C 
J j non-dr'ukera fuel PuPPlt. IK tor 

ianfT^0 7*M 13# rrlnrea. Art 

, .. n g BED ifTTlNal-HnoM AND KIT 

1j rhen ntae'y lumlehed peml-prlypto 

ba threw" H *•*>• 

V AROI HR- ROOM, FURNIBHED OB 

L qnfurn'Gted wto«'"l to'Mn eul». 



*t-n Good epfa* 
Caledonia Awru* 



K " AFFARANNOCK DE LUKE BBD-#rT- 
ting-rown oith grira'e bath D»oh!e 
Mr alt. gle IU.eir.eta gentleman nreferrad. 
Meal. «pti«nal. Frnirta h^anttaUlf ta OB 
English tolling Fhamw O 7344 

H ~ BT7 ‘ MAFtCH 1, UHFU BNUMfED BA- 
c haler a .ore ga* Move aelf-eentalnad. 
|ta 431 Yanvwnvee B tom 

CjFAnOUB hNTNRSD Al 

C' merit. living- rwwm with flrep.aee 
Pod mn.ng. altrhea • >d baihreem. hpt- 
water beat aWeet peighbarhagd. to re- 
tgnn«tbM tenant* Beni, *1 14 Fl»en* 



S MALL NTOHK IN DOWNTOWN LOCA- 
Uop nth 1 IM *q ft of clear gpece 
in the r*ar tunable for rnntreetar or.idta. 
whnlaaale ipnrhaAt el< rvoofnable rent, 

I he RoyD Trvaft Comgmnr. m# View street 

*144 _____ 

kJMAU HALL FOH RNWT NO rtAWO 
Phan* I 4343 



SACRIFICE 

UNT BEt.l At ONCE 
UNA — IMI Hudaen Com 
mile eg*. gpoU'fbia, **de g 
et. rodta. w*** T In bad 
• '. lil Burr.*id» R<tod fati 



CHAINS 

Ail Car time 



SUE-LIT FURNIBHED ROUNE wn T-tap 

atrnue *0A per montb 

NEAR FOUL BAY ROAD A dlMUWtlvely- 
furnUhe ) afta-tment with maantArent *•• 
•Mf Furni'ure haetade* grand piano 



THE BAY MOTORS 



rmo troKB IN am, BLOCK JO.it- 
I w«r N«r*et atve appro* ta r to 
Friwita and »ot»r -r« will he • tervd to 
anil reliable tenant* Taped fur light in- 
duel ry Apply P R Bfuwo A Beau Lid.. 
1113 Broad IMrael Phene 0 7171. evenings 



JAMESON MOTORS LTD. 



In* three • togmoiw home 

Ataflanle tor •(■ mnotn- 



EMPRESS SALES 



itpor' alien and 

kwO- water heal 



FRANK IVINGS GARAGE 



ITOHTTY 1IM FOWT1KC SEDAN 






(A ANTED TO HI NT 
HIM II.MNIOU 



APFt.Y RENTAL DEPARTMENT 

Ker & Stephenson, Ltd 



Many atheev 



*m oovEW . wMprr ntreet 



O 4117 



R W WHITE 



t 



AiTOMonn.ra 



SELECT 

QUALITY BUYS 



PONTIAC lUIAMmL 
lUAto and beat*/, III" 
wheeibaa# ... 

i PLYMOUTH 4- DOOR II 
1 DAN WIIB hMlir 

OLOSMClBJLS SEDAN 
Hydromaiic Irani., radio 
rad haaiar 

r PLYMOUTH l-DOOR 
**DAN Haaiar dafroater 

OR SOTO a E|> ah Hadla 
hiatrr eynchromatlt 
UaiumUiion 

BUICR bed an Haaur 

and defrnaier 

, WILLYB 

' COACH 

CHHY8LT* « 

BEDAN. he* tar 



$1975 

$1795 

$2250 

$1650 

$1975 
$1295 
. $650 
$495 



AUTOMOBILE* 



BEST BY FAR! 

AN 

"OLSON" USED CAR! 

1 Q/lA * LrMOUTH 4 DOOR SEDAN la 
I I 7*40 line mechanical c, tauten food 
b«*i*r equlppea It • a Plymauih! 
Hhat not* can w# aay. . A r\c 

csRripicD . 5 I 4 y J 



l I Qro CMt'ROin 4-DOOR REDAN, 
I ■ 7QO tori low miiiafr look* and rum 
llki It did ti.4 da 1 it Nil Ur g . -TOC 
factory. CEMTIPIRD J I / 7J 



Trucks 



/ 40 OMC ^-TON PANEL (lira tear 

nat and ilda * , 

**«wlo** .. .... $ I 797 

CHEVROLET I- TON t , m nc 

TRUCK ITf-ln W B _ $ 1 395 

ncmt NATIONAL PLAT gOTC 

IH-TON DECK 58/ J 

41 ‘JET * 01 ' 1 $375 

# 7x international done 

OO S-TON PANEL $Z7 J 



lQln PORD S-DOOR REDAN, Up top 
• 'JO mrcnanlra! ahap* fiaattr equip- 
ped Good traiuportauon •• |<« »,«(■ 
Cheapeal DRIVE AWAY HPSCIAL J07J 



OLSON MOTORS LTD. 

VIEW NT BARGAIN HI-WAY LOT 

•«4 view rr. a m 

Plymouth • Clirralar • Tar«o 
Bain and Barrie# 



Lift TEN TO CJV1 4T I II A M AND 
CKDA AT I Ml POR UtADUoKT 
RPEC1ALR 



DAVIS l 
MOTORS o 



PRINCESS AUTO SALES 
LIMITED 

BIOOEST USED CAR LOT !M VICTORIA 
Two Entrance* 

A4I YATES BT. and JOHNSON BT 



PORT BTHEET 

Bulrg - EtinUao • VauahaU 
O M C Truck# 



QUALITY WITH VALUE 

iq-nqPooob custom sedan Kx- 

' 'JO eeptlenal falua $895 

1 Q/4fi MERrURT CLUB COUPE Cam 
• ba ar.apped up rone 



$895 



IQj/nNARN AMBASSADOR SEDAN 
• 'NO wialbar ayi and radio, 

IQ i / IWBOt '! Wt V DOOR SEDAN 

1 740 Run la ha told loan * . rnr 



• Bun la ha told toon ^ j ^25 

10/17 DODO * SEDAN Naada a little 

for 7 si 550 

i q< 7 CHEVROLET SEDAN e , KQC 
174 / PtWmI fur quirk tala kt 3* I j7j 
IQJO PLYMOUTH SEDAN < I Q CA 
1740 Tina la e»pe. tally nlea J I 0 JU 



AND SEE THESE 
GOOD USED TRUCKS 



10/44 f* 000 * 3-TON with 1 -rurd hot 
I 740 1 Irrh hat**. A-*pe#d » irnr 
Irantinitaian. 3>*pe»<1 aila i I 07 J 

lOvtQ Donr ‘* I -TON EXPRESS Ra»d> 

$1695 

}946'XrX£ZZ M $1150 



IQ/ / r»rvRni,rr r, 

I 740 An tltra vatu* 



J M. WOOD MOTORS 

|a«l TATES ST O TIM 

dodoe db atrro dodoe truck* 



LOUIS NELSON LTD. 

lit JOHNBON ETMET PHONE Kill) 
VanroU>ar I»iand Dletr.lMi.nr* 

KAISER PRAXES CORPORATION 

Announce* 

I Mir KAISER "TRAVELER" 
rwAL punpost car 
P ram Radan to Plrkup in 10 Second* • 
WHY USE TWO WHEN ONE WILL DO» 
DOCTORS) I-AWYERS! MKFU HANTBI 
CONTRACTORS! 

TIIE KAISER TRAVELER 
I Will taka a tiwUNsv. 

I Will a/mm mod ala J paraant aiaaplnf 
J Will rarry % inn of mrrtnandtra 
A win handle IE bnarda nr lit wall- 
board 

• Will matt U>a aaiariaat tadte on U>* 
market. 

DROP IN POR A DEMONSTRATION 
TODATI 

OUR TERMS AND TRADE IN VALUES 
WILL MAKE IT WORTH TOUR WHILE 

LOUIS NELSON LTD 



•is johnson rr 



PIONt Earn 



WONDERFUL VALUES 
READY FOR THE ROAD 

ANO EVENT CAR HAS A ISM LICSNCt 
PLATE 

* . -j Monarch Town Banan a > .~a 
4/ Maroon, with bailor 2* I 4ZU 

• . -j Pord Si* par Do Lux# Tudor, with 

A7 mSjr $1475 

* .-j Pord Cwaiowi Prado?. grad ophnlatery 
4/ and airallant Mrw* a i CAfl 

Motor A I 2> I JUU 

'4722***'“"“"' $1450 

»,< Pord H-Ton Panol Da- > « *** 
40 llaory, awarlal J I ZZU 

# . — Word tq-lnn PtekuP- Low mllaaf* 

4Bbm«mm $1400 



NATIONAL 

MOTORS LTD. 

lew Prat Cw4 Car Lot 



]Q*7 PLTMOCTH SPECIAL DB LUX* 

• 74 / aadan In firat-claa* uxidtiion. 

I Ob# wWbrr only II AM or nraraat offar. 

I Iduat ba told. No rraacrabla oiler refuMtL 

*14 ar T3A Cakodoiia Arar.ua 

10J7 CHRYBLEH “CLUB COUPE IN 
■'4/ bdauUtul condition Ttrma *1 
daatrad Can ba taan at MM Yalat buaat. 

a croaa lr«a» tnanlnlon Thtairt. 

1 QA7 • CFtR DB LUXJt f ^ RD bxdan. 

1 7*4/ (.ratal , law mi.raae. nondUion *a 
I new A. mil irada and tarna 1161 oaeax 
I dtraat uptialr* 

10/17 MtRCUHY BEDAN EQUIPPED 

1 ' 4 / alth J /g haaiar ai.fl cioca 

Etca.tanl condlllon 1 1 .435 Will tunuder 
o.dn model in trade 2 M Cadillac Art 

10/17 K>ttTU( H E ITER DE PR/ jST- 

• '4/ «r and raat coreit. ta food too- 
dmon One owner. Poor.* E till 

IQ /7 rUOtTUNK CHEV BEDAN KX- 
•74/ eel. an’ rondmon. accataortca. 

IIM Pi 10 nr ETT74 

iQ. y >RTB ROADSTER 

•74/ iu Vai.ruutrr Detaia Pfu.nr 

0 77M ^ 

10/17 Lx,lKit f»P*CIAL t.,4.:. l-'-o 

• 74/ am handle Clean and ae'aUenl 
rondiUOd 1)011 Bianabard 

|Q./ MERCURY SEDAN - PIUTV 
1740 (.*»* condiUnn Brat corere, 
Malar, riock. Branca Bran at Vlrw 81 
Oartfr or *S4 Newport Are 

'/a MERC CRT DL LUXK PoRDOR I 
40 tr.lan, privately nwiud leui h • and 
runt Ilka nrw would roottdrr EngUtb car [ 
at part -payment E M)l 

IQ. / PORD BEDAN EXCELLENT CON- 
■ 740 dltton heater, tp.t ight and foud 
llrrt Apply fit Uarbally Road 

1 Od X FORD DE LUXE TUDOR SEDAN 
1740 Et rllcnt tirax body and auHur. I 

I Lius B4S Ya’tt Btreot 

1 0^0 PONTIAC HKD AN. RADIO. 

I 74Z haaiar. teat covert nrw ttraa 
Car In perfect condition O 9#(U 

1 O /*n" DODOE WITH - RADIO AND 

• 7**^ heater One owner Price 41 uod 



LIFE'S LIKE THAT By Fred Ncher 



mos o\aqy 



MOV* T TO I 04 V — 

MONET TO LOAM ON PUtflrt MORTGAGES 
AT ATTKACTIVS RATES IN 
ANT AMOUNTS 
J R WHITTOM* * CO LTD 
•01 Oorerament Slrrrt Pltono B Oil 



Dailtj Cotmitflt Vktw«. i.c. 



///47// 



LA 



v \ 

I v '^l 



MORTGAGE LOANS 

Por aurctiaalna a* improvina etty 
or tuburtmn o'cpe>t» 

LOW INTEREST RATE 

Rrpayq.Rt trrma la I'jit Mirrowat 
Prompt J tntiM to ail applieaitojia 

The Huron & Erie 
Mortgoge Corporotion 



BUM BUM 



IIM Oortmmrm St 



% 



* jr.SO 



10/10 CHEV I MO CW7 4a4 EXCEL- 
• 7*4^ ler.t rondlUon »3M ColquIU MM. 

10/1 MERCURY SEDAN, NEW EN- 



IL- “Norman, will you 



/f&n* 

wear your rrfular hal today, or 
at the psrty lsai nifht?** 



the one you woro 



10*3 7 LKJtAjK SEDAN — Now 
I / J/ angina, DM down — 

1Q-JC DODOE BEDAN — 

I 7jj Puil orica 

10*37 PLYMOUTH COUPE- 
17 JO pun price 

1 07 7 PONTIAC -*• COACH— 

I 7 JO PuU pri.e 

1936 08 8010 BKUAM 
1 940 ‘'v* 7 ** COk,:n 

1 070 **OD*L ■ COUPE— 

I 7Z7 Pull prlra 

I o / a DODO* COACH— a 
I 740 Pull price J 



$695 1 
$395! 
$295 
$195 



per-cuthinn Uret, n*w brskrt r.a* ihorkt 
ONI OWNER Lonkt *r.a rur.t 'lk» raw 
WOULD TRADE 8MAIL CAR. BOAT OR 
HOUSE O UI7 



AUTOMOBILES 



10/11 VEKCURV SPECIAL COUP*. 
» 74 I hr ..tar and o'btr rtlret I fu- 



ll r la rondttion 
' r and taler 11 



1. MIT OR 10*3/: CHEVROLET S-DOOR SEDAN — 
I 7 JO Cara/ullv drtten by private 
1 COUP*, own er Quirt motor Hrcantly rebuilt. 
* .... upnoitiary ynod hrakrt ipringt. Iran*. 

' * ■ ‘ in.ttliif. anil alllerrntial all in perltcl rue- 

r.'iuoa* nrw chlM1 , r4 i ur jrr four prartlcallr new lift! 
HM.g ■' r**i. Ceotpjttf with ISftS liccne« 4J«4 du»u. 

balance DM <*n budgr' plan U do. red 
< . . _ 11V Phnne Rav P. W'litllamt 0 1791 



■ $125 
$1595 



1 q, 1 PLYMOUTH TOR BALE BY ] rnn,lr nay r. v .......... 

174 1 01 rr Car in good vundliinfi. . _ , CHEVROLET STANDARD COUPE. 
Heaier^srlrptiar. 7 o ••.hasvy^ -daty Uret. | VJO ) new tlrwt. radio g-/od paint 
rr.'f. • 1 Owl 1 *1 of'i ^ moior •nd ufhiMn Muii br ►•♦n U> 

in. I DODOS SEDAN- IMMACULATE be apgra. l atad W hat oIlertT K lUt^ 

I 7 4 I r /. 1 lor. l»w lice rater. . __ , HINOER ROADSTER. \ 

La!i riJt,6,r 11 m *® P ' r 15JJ 1 936 economical h.t ImuaulH br 



ATLAS 

AUTO EXCHANGE 

•41 TATE* STREET PHONS O VM 

IIM STUDKBAKER. i paaaengar. aew 
j tta MONARCH, really equip pad gl III 

Ifig CHEVROLET BEDAN Heater D M* 

let 1 DODO* EPECIAL D* LUX* PE- 
DAN •• *•* 

It ry OIXMIMOBIIJ! BEDAN Owed MM 

|g if CHEVROLET COACH »e*» 

IB IT CHEVROLET COACH *4#» 

ISH PORD COUP* ora I»»ur »«1i 

|g)g CHEVROLET COACH N« knew 

return N'rr thape MM 

It, a cwsvRoijrr coach Uvaiy — m*i 
IBM rORD COACH. A nla# ear B4T» 

IBM CHEVROLET COUPE Ona-ewnar »4B1 
IBM DODO* COACH Bpralai D*» 



Victoria Super Service 

MORRIS * NO. * RILEY - NAB1 



Several Olhara 10 Chooaa Prom 



NORMAN WARE. Prop 

PHONE G 7421 



ARISTOCRAT AUTO SALES 

231 • DOUOI.AB SIREET * M31 

Loan f*owc Paimenlt — Ka«v ferini 
tianaroua trade All»wan> « 



I TIB Plymouth cvuii good cundlllon. 

It/4 Panliar f rlman imrntrulete 
eondltinn Only tm oanar 

IBiJ Chav Sedan A rent ntre nnr auly 

1133 Tarrarlane Coupe In lovely *oii* 
dltlon; a one-owner car only 

lo)3 V ■ ford enupe in nhn enapr 

IgM Will* e "V San%q. (rant- 

pnrtallon Only 

IB31 Chfitlar aadan. ay-altant *« gma 

1 P 3 B Pord Plrbup. nao innlnr null 

Igaa Pnrd Pi. kup, rarondllh-nad 
mm nr 

l*3B Pord aeuoa a real bur for 



McNEILLY & RIGBY 

341* DQUOLAS STREET Of 



1*41 MERCURY SEDAN 
1 It I PORD BEDAN . . 

I ltd PONTIAC COACH 

IM4 PORD COACH 

IBM BUICK SEDAN 

IUB DODOE SEDAN 

II7B PORD COACH 

IDS NASH g-PASB COUP* 

1B1T PORD CONVERTIBLE 

IB3T PORD COl’PK 
111! PORD COUP* 

ID I BUICK SEDAN 

Tradee and Trrma 



THE NEW 
1950 

"VAUXHALL CAR" 

OEM ERA l MOTORS MEW 
LIGHT CAR 

$1595 

IN VICTORIA 

DAVIS MOTORS LTD. 

Bulfb — Paulina - o«C Truck* 
VAUXilALL CARS 

O B1M BM PORT SIREET O (IM 
There la ae better olaro for rrrvita. 



B C. USED CAR SERVICE 

BaJ Yawn Btraol - Plrti Phueia B 4J14 

SPRINO IS HSRf SO LET UW HELP Y<rU 
SELECT YOUR USED CAR AT THE 
RIGHT PRICE 



PLYMOUTH SEDAN — Ej reliant 
trad# 



Lial Your Car WltB Ur Now for Acl/nal 
tS Only Chart* 

WE DO NOT OPERATE A CAR LOT 
PRIVATE DEALS FINANCED 

SANGSIER'S 

VETERAN AUTO MART LTD. 

IU4 QUADRA STREET ■ 3311 



10/11 MtRclntT 4 -DOOR SEDAN. 
174 1 Original Brawt’rr green paint. 

vrrv gnr>d rundltion A>kinr MM) Will 
■ ■ -apt lerma 1100 View Street 

10/11 •tTt>ebaker" CHAMPION A1 
174 1 anedtHaa O IMS «a aw* .a EMI 

Pn.il Say R/iad 

1 0/1 1 **"*VROLn SPECIAL DE LUXE 
* 7 h I tar!a< i. a ell tap. UuN aril im 



1 Q 7 / SINGER ROADSTER. VERY 
I 7 JO eroncxnlral. ha* htdraullr brake! 
body need* balding, motor lair. Beal jffrr 
lake* it. E 37IS alur » 30 



1 Q7/L AUSTIN T . 
I 7J0 good Urea 



NEW BATTERY, 
and paint. B3»0 



•wiJnri. • *11 t»p>. Mux tell tm- 1 C 
• Phone ItOli 

I Alb 

I*ODOP KfNUHW'AV SEDAN. - — 



1 07/. PTUDKBAKER SEDAN, gUJ 

I 7JO Poona Co/ouiU 3*7 R. nr ran be 
aero at 3331 Blare -uod 

107/. CHRYSLER— OOOD CONDITION 
I yjO IbrougiUM/t 44Jt Torquay D'.»# 



10/11 000(11 KINGSWAV SEDAN. 

•74 1 g.iwri run in 1 nn all around Mutt 
'*11 |»S It 4]l« Vl»»a Maighu ther 13 

1940 rli M l^ u, h ! :l V. 1074 GOOD CONDITION. 

'.I.rd 11.1 » rr. rr tt T'r r. and J, ^ ^., 1 *‘nr im' *”* 

pain! at now Arm pi .r*/ir .„m* 

M 'i' '*11.101 A|tf t 11*7 O^er S' 1 q-j/ SINGER MEDAN GOOD RUN- 

1940 f^rTmr ZT’Tr * ' ‘ 

• * nofiFrt 1 fiTi ^ - - 

a' 1 t.«ltfryr iiaetor Snap at tils Pm.* 1Q7X. V *' HR AEON ABLE PRIC» 

I 7 Jo need* ovrri.aul Ktrulnk*. MM 

CHEVROLET SPECIAL DE LUXE ? l r B4lW *° P - 

Mtf rnrid'no. . l-r.tr- ...r KURD COACH AND TRAILER 

• rut IBM llcrnre ti OM Aluion I tJ J g u jt Will tab* rnoUrrrtrl# or 

Engiiah car a« twin payment 73 1 Uladlola 
■ COI PI «f non mii.es. a '*' J ' ' '"* it ' #iX 

» ft t i.rawchrwi. lr ,^ c OLDS SEDAN NEW LP TIRES, 

"V 1 ?*"* * Httrhman Borf. I 7 JO ..dir and haa-ar gnnd rwr,dH»ori 



1936 

B 1717 



HUDSON T ERR APLANE MOB. 
good running nrdr. feroit 



1940 



1940 h»*uriful rondltk<n tt.rnuchnut. 

tosn I ir- n» r "aui'drr. 4 Httrhman Sarr- 
ii-a fl'a ini' JIM Ladnorn Bar Brad 

1 0/1 n W<M,n " ro * N.7 PRIVA TEI.Y 

I 7 4U nai.ad wall rerad for atr eon- 
It 1 1 toned mate* Into bad Phone f| 1307 

IQ/rt DE LUXE CHEVROLET SEDAN 
I74U hearer radio, »eat ctftlli gfHrJ 
*.rr« |l linn C- 3*40. 

lO/tn lAR.ie morris * door pe- 

• T4U ila-i 4-rrilndrr Guod rondlt.uo. 
tm ( 737* 

10/4/1 WHLYB D| LUXE SEDAN 

I 74U v*'» gr.n d condition *773 Hr* 
*1 » m nr * r* Avr 

10/4/1 OI, OS MOBILE VERT CARE 
I74U full* lira, h#*»a,-. I»V7 rtlll 
Ob nar. II M97 

I 0/4/1 ( " f LU YA. TN GOOD SHAPE PHD 
I74U t.ie.j owned Uoi* 33, »oo m.'r< 



!B7 BOATS AND LAUNt UES 

\l " 

Her#* your chance. i4-fi, beat mutor 

I and tracer. 43M been at B33 Jahntuu 
Street Apply k 743) 

I IkEIIAHI.E COUPLE WOULD UKk TO 
■ b rent fiahboal far Writ t ua/t f.ah.ng 
] Proipert* u( buying But lift Culanial. 

U * A NT*I>- MARINE ENGINE OR CON- 
veralna. Star or kimllar. Call E SMI 

\*OU HAVE g33— BRAND NEW BRIGGS 
■ A Btraiu .0 engine* Model A. 3Q It P 
Li*l price S i 30. w* ofler at l»t each W* 
rlrarad * manu/a. turn * iturk end cannot 
moral thlr wonderful ooportunlly. Ideal 
for 13 or 14 It boat GARDEN ROUSE. 
El> Lake. Royal Oak Ph one Co . q uit* 31 4T 

JOHNBON OUTBOARDS 
WISCONSIN end BR1G08 STRATTON 
AIR-COOLED MOTORS 
Spocl allied Part* and Repair Servto* 

• NOUS MARINE 
S* rr end Barvir* 

I I3B W liar! Si/aat Phono O 1431 

* t-rr PLYWOOD BOAT, SCOTT AT- 
I 4 aater outboard motor, both In guod 
ihape enrep lor caih E *7BS. «1 San 

Ju»* Avenue 

^/-. Poor CAMP TENDER EOR SALE 
JU Chrvaler pooared, 3'v-lo-l rtdH'tlon 
gear Norte Bro* , Cowtchan Station. 
VI SC 

* , ^ R P. • - CYLINDER CMRYSLER- 
I IU Croon marine angina. 3-1 radu.-- 
Iinn gear Parfart rondltlon throughout 
Phr-nr (, 1M3 

/j . -rr GILLNETTER MARINE ENGINE 
J4 1 year* old. Illgheel offer Bn» 13B7. 

Cnlnnlel 



MONEY TO LOAN 

W* have the follow Uae odd amount* for 
flr*l montage 

•300 - BBM . II. MO - II aoo g] 300 
33 000 and 14 000. 

QUICK DECISIONS 

You ran alwav* pav off the whole amount 
at any time 00 parmrnt at thrv* mooiha’ 

bonu* 

Brown Bros Agencies Ltd. 

1 Eitahluhed 1>I0> 

| Member* of Real Batata Board of Vlrtona 
113* Blanahard BL E 11(3 and E IIB4 



BERNARD & CO. 

FOR LOANS 

Large and imaJl amuunte available im 
madtataiy for reeidanlial and buiineaa 
propertiea 

AT 5% 

Prograaelt* ant. h ft a eulidthg id tat 

AT 4»i% 



75 Bl MNf.SS OrrORTlNITirS 75 BUSINESS OPrORTrNITlW 

EAT MARKET POR RENT OOOP 
opporiunitj for good butener Dapoai: 

| require d B/a 1441. Colon ut 

COCA-COLA COOUBt - |IM 
y* MALL HALL' OPTIC* SAKE 1100 
magaiiue rert IU Offer* coonderod 
Counter* ihalva* 1311 Guvertimrui Street 

ueryTck Station and “oarage. • 

k ‘Rettdgnllal n .irirt Learned premire* 

Pxirrhate of iloct and tquipoitnl will _ . . 

handle Bo* BI73 CoUioUt RANDALL 5 

I yvpvDNUT FRANCHISE POR~ NANAIMO 
1 now open Apply Spudnul*. fig Fori 
Street 

™ I APARTMENT BUILDING 

I H“Lr c r„;Z Etrsz: L,NDEN AVE 1 FAIRFIE LD 

talaphone. eU cottagr* 10 acre* JHahln* . „ 

oy.trr bed*, clam* Ptk# IIIM Pna- 11 * U »eIf-«mi»alri*S. Oab- 

I aeaalirn Owner. ».■* tan Cohinut oial Eia.-trl«. oil heated. Orvra 

, ntOORUT HOME or I LARGE ROOMS' 1 fM,aM UM0 *— T 

* fully furm»h*d rlom fur e*pan*iun. | •• ,0 ® K* 1 return* I* 700 par yeet. 

, In Gorge dHtrtrt Owner E 7«g» | y^|| * _ _ _ _ _ 

I’KWI OPPOUTUNITY. OWING TO 1 price 5JJ//UU 

1 currency retirtrtion* for tnve* o* Term* ran t>* .truia* 

either ar*. to acquire an into real, end if 1<rm * n *" 

dr'ired. a pleaianl occupation In ■ raw 
I bualnet* — with an Idea behind It— aurrr**- I 
| fully alerted in » C and ir*dv tu eioand 

here and aerow Canad* Afllllaiio-.i la- STORES AND APARTMF NTS 

I London. England Unlimited p./»«lbill!.e. U r\rr\t\ I /VICiN I 7 

I Bo* ggj*. Colonltt. \ HHl.'K BUILDING, retail wtUo* 

%1-ELL-ESTAI.LIHHKD OROCERY BUM- 0l „ r| * uw , frontagr on two 

* * neat and buOdlng with lo»r|» g. 

ro/mted living quarter* 4)0 uOO turnover • etreel*. romprUtng J large elnrea 
low oternead e*r»nttonal talue a< 113 OHO and five *r f. contained anartmgnu 

plu* nock a' Invoice Bo* MM Colonltt „ _ 

above Th>* propartr ha* U> b* 

\\'ELL EQUIPPED BUTCHEH SHOP IN tlMr , n „ UI# 

" good locality G* re? ha» other |nt#r- n 

e»ty and mu*t »#|1. No rea*onahla oiler °“* r krour.d <.70 AAO 

yqfueaii Bo* 1444 Co lit i lerma arranged. )aO/WU 

WANTED TO RENT WITH OPTION OP | fur ru rlh , r fartlruler. nn the Abtea 

See Mr J Brnlth. c.o a lies 



* » buying — Grocery confectlnnerv of 
htnch counter bu*ln»a» with living quarter* 
Early potaetnon Box B77J ColonUt 

U * ANTED TO HUT ~ COPPEE SHOP* 
ca»h grocery Write girin* paGicularv 
to Bn* fge*. CnlonUt So agenu 



GEORGE RANDALL ’ 



•:» PORT STREET 



PHONE B 4313 



FOR 

MORTGAGE LOANS 



ll/taeal Ralea. 



d; / C Cry — ORGCPRT AND CON PEC- 
JOJJu llrntn at.irr mudero Itvlnr 

? 'j»rte.v Turnover 43 MO * .month 
ean stuck R'x»i! equipment Idea! 
for two people No phO' e informa- 
tion Ca«h deal 

eQ/Cn P4IRP1EID DUPLEX SPPA 
4>74JU ra'» enlranc*- Oil-O-Mal.c 
hea'tiic Prim*' nn looer inir 
Waiting distance 

C7Cr\ri PERN WOOD REVENUE 
i / JU U houae nine room' '*0 hath 
room* too kitchen* Would ran vert 
In duple* of three «elf-rnnla.n»d 
•ulte* Pull cement haaemeni, H A 
furnace 



DOB DOUGLAS BT 



H. A. Roberts (Vic.) Ltd. r * **°«« AW * 

I PHONE B 44JJ lJlf BROAD STREET 

Lot a Dlacura Your Problem* Evening* E 234B 



•PT g-PT BEAM TROLLBR NET OR j p 0 y OOVERNMCNi ST 



• 7 NU »e< 1 an. Ir. gond conditio.', 
dei. t'ork H3S Herat e gi cm 

I'.iM afier • a n. 



107^ WRD 3 DOOR 41 MERCURY 
1 7JD rnolnr. *#el beam* *p«tl>El.t 
h*aler. If wheel*. I ll>l O «4il 

iQjr rxilb.r SEDAN lUVOf) PIN 
I 7JD nlng order lilt Hi Vate* St 

107/4 CHRYSLER AIRFLOW *JW» JU«T 
I7J4 .pent on motor Muaf tell, »Jnd 
or be.) nlfei Yaiea Hlreel Storage, nevt 



107/1 Pl VMOU ™ DK LUJt,: BEDAN. 
• 7J4 (.rater* perfect running order 
Accept ftutd Model ” A' - in trade O IS34 



107/4 CHRV STANDARD GOOD CON- 

• Y J4 itiilon 4330 nr neareti ofler 

» im ___________ 

, no / T1 It RAPLANE SEDAN > > 

• 7J4 leoi motor, new paint and 
tire* 41 B Ml. Yate* Street 

107/4 ' ,,rv KKDAN POR RALE. (M 

• 7J4 t*ui Can bo »een at Hut t. 

TUIIrum Camp. 

107/4 CHEV. SEDAN, f 100 ~ OR _ BEST 
I 7 J 4 nder G 144V 

1 Q-J A CHEV HFDAN. NEW TIRES 42V3 

• 7 J 4 Phune It 3*34 ‘ 

1Q7 7 PlY *'* 0 °TH SEDAN SEALED 
•7JJ beam light* heater high output 
generator Pr.re gtJS i»3g Graham 
1 *edan. mmar tuat overhauled glfli »'• 



10/4/1 pown HEATER AND 

I74U hauery vheraer noud running 
order Motor I yeara old Mini B 337) 



0 PACKARD ■ SEDAN UFA I Fit 
rea* rover* hew batter) . IM.3 
3T7S Murray Drive 

0 AUSTIN SEDAN EXCEPTIONAL 
rondltlon - IBftd lice. ue 41 VO 



10 /in AUS7IN REDAN exceptional ivj/j PhJinr mxm . 

I rondltlon - l>3d llrrn.e gfid , - - — 

E 1741 1077 Pl 'M^l r TH SEDAN; SI 

_ • 7J J beam light* hratrr high . 

1 Q JD roBD ,P* (l n 1 K T generator Pr-r* gos torn n. 

• Yfw *hape a. I around 4771 fur qu'rk aedan. ir.nlor |uat overt. a. .led glflft 



tale 170 Richmond Hi.ari E 4437 after 4 



t*land Hlgh«-av. 



1940 



PORD 3-DOOR SEDAN WITH 
healer rheap Phone O 4301 

PORD COACH IN - OOOD 



DE SOTO SEDAN OOT'D CON- 
dllton good <iree hydraulvr 



1070 eord coach - in oixiD 
•7.3 7 *hap* thr". ighu.it IN* Phene 

E Jim 

1070 r,,ni ' POHDOR de LUXE srw 
• 7J7 pair me. mo'or he»ie- etc.. 
47S4 Apple join Riinnvmede O 4344 

1070 ■*" SEDAN HEATER 

I 7J7 and defro#ter ne* licence, hel- 
ler* and Ipiuranre n 0AO* 



OOOD br »ke* Motor u*e* no oil I3M or near 



offer Seimont I6«Y 

107 1 Btnc * nniAV oot 

• 7J I ti»n a*klne kJ74 or gaati offer. 
I4«.3 Pernword t 7444 

107 1 RU1CK - ITOAnT II3S~R 5374 



1939 



invura. e * O 0|J;:* 1 07/1 TIRES NEW 

Isaurarre 0 0404 _ I YJU rl.itrh 3nd fear ,e„ .Mf. good 

NASH 4-PA0M COUPE HEATER, running order Model "A rarhurnor very 
17 defrmter rover*, grad IrbB'linGb'ltHi Mu«l aell What 

Inraranre. gm S 1310 ‘lUZl'L 03 l,( 

PORD COACH NEW MOTOR GOOD 1 0 7/1 * l ’^ RD CO *f M 

• hrnueheui Pore *7M Can he *e#n J 304* THIkBrn Road B 1147 

Inwker A.e all dav Hwndbl 1 07/1 ‘ ,,rv **" °000 ncssEH 

DODOE DE LUXE SEDAN CDS- ' '«3U A«k f«r George S 1470 



'70 rnnn fTVArH NEW MOTOR GOOD 
J7 ihrniieheui Pure 4740 Can he »e#n 
at 7314 R.t*ker A > • all dav Munrtat 

10 70 tinr, o r nt luxe sirnAN cus- 
• 7J7 tom radio heater 4070 Albion 



1Q7Q r* 01 * 1 * CUSTOM SEDAN. EX- 
I7jc5 rallerl rrmdltl/kV' 'hrnuqh.iut. 
One owner New tire* and 19V! llcenre 
pla'e $7*4 or near offer U)*7* )l«) 

Ptff*. 



1070 YHEVHOIXT COUPE TN TX- 

• 7x7 reptlnnallv e*re||en( rondltlon 
5 good lift' one new pur quirk ra»h *ale 
I3“l Ha# new I»S0 li.enre plate* Pf.nne 
E 3079 

1 OOO " tnc1i: vrw paint job three 

• 7x7 new ti.e. good meehemral aider. 



nn-ri g-n ni*>i iruixih nw. im 
JU plraaurr Nr* cabin. Star motor 
•AV) raah H 0340 

1A rr n inker built with \- 
I U hnr«e Srlggi 173 Prat of Mary 
Street In Victoria W»*l 



ARE YOU LOOKING FOR 
A BOAT OR A MOTOR? 

JUST PHONE B 2043 

We here * ho*'* from a 00-ft Die**! Veehl 
fn an 4-fi Dinghy, and • Marine Eiwlnr* 
from Ruda Dle*el to 1*V-H P Brlgg* 

See tl.e lOtl'". Marine Morrl* Vedette Meter 
4 ryllnder*, msgnrto Ignition. Direct 
drive Onlv „ *540 

3:1 Redurtloq |«00 

GORGE BOATHOUSE 

R A WOOD 

D H DAKIN. Dteeel Engineer 
2B1 OOSOE ROAD W. 



Chrykldr AAarins Parti and Sdrvlcs 

Depot toe Voncouvte ft land 

O'tv Marin* KIM. D1***l Paru 

Kermetn Enqloe Paru 

Wat*' and Air Co*.ad III Paicop Marin* 

ORR MARINE DISTRIBUTORS 
. LTD 

130 KINGSTON STREET VICTORIA 



BOATS 

ORDER EARLY - ORDER MOW 
IB to 14-foot Inboard powerboat*. II Ui 
7A- foot aoort ftehiog craft Boat* *f all 
typa* built 10 order 

(DOUG) VOGLER'S SEACRAFI 

8 Mia 3d* 1 DOUGLAS STREET 



UNIVERSAL AAARINE 
ENGINES 

I H P TO IH II P. 

SPECIALS ON HOMS MODELS 

EDWARD LIPSETT. LTD 

Eh* SASTtON 8T„ VICTORIA. SC. 



MORTGAGE LOANS 

la meat vour 

INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD 

IMS GOVERNMENT ST PUONI 0 413* 



A HOME OP VOUR OWN 
THROUGH An AS LOAN 

l one tar " loan* tnnuding n yt A am* 
at to* inter**, rate* to buna ar buy 
tour ham* 

Kcr & Stephenson, Ltd. 

90* OGVBHNUCM ST PNOSl 0 4131 



MACHINE SHOP 



<A*>n DOW1> *WD TOD CAN OWN A 
J O JU aerkibd paruirrautp In mu 

t^Yln^buelram $ 1 4 Q 0 



t^rtn^buahwm $1400 

PlAlf ANO CHITS 

II and dnait balanre menthh N»*r *tr»re 
pp 0 |.|w«llirn Oar.er *IU leach hu*'nea* 

Take over irnmtdlaiel) . $2300 

TRANSPKR BUSINESS 
r.a*ahlt»he .1 over 30 year* IhU h-i»|»e«# U 
a an.ind prnpn»ltlnn Price SIBbOO frne 
In and te>k It nver No phune informa- 
tion, pieare 

A»k for Elen Kt*n* 

TAYLOn Si'ITIAL 

IS). T4» Yale* Street O •>"« 



nn ROOM I 

ZU aea new 



7TB PF KSONAL LOAN* 

READY CASH 
FOR MEN AND WOMEN 

TO PAY OLD Bill S OR PGR ANY 
OTHER SOUND PURPOSE. GET A 
CASH IOAN AT NIAGARA YOU MAY 
OBTAIN T HUM 4MI to II. MB YOUR 
LIFE IS INSURED FtiR UNPAID LOAN 
BALANCE AT NO EXTRA COR I. AR 
KANOKMKNTB ARF SI RICTl Y PRl- 
V ATX TIIEnB IS NO PUSS OR 
Bt IT MIR WITH DCTAILS I’HONB 
OR CALL IN AND SEE A FTlIENDLY 
NAGAHA EXPERT 

NIAGARA 

P1NANI.B COMPANY LIMITED 
Eaiabiuned i»)8 

640 FORT STREET 
24 WINCH BLDG £ 5431 ' 



/C \J mtt ne* 11*1.1. « r eal* ri*. orated, 
hui w»ler heating tenni* mitt, wl*h 
rummer hour* elertrlrally lighted Hill 
ahow h*r.d«vme re.uni* PrUa 117 W«l 
Term* Owner E 4347 



Outstanding Investment' 

5 ROOMS— SIDE-BY-SIDE 
MODERN DUPLEX 
Possession of Both Sides 

l^rge. rlreft. rir>*t«r>tiai home and in- 
rom» cunt in 104 1 , g)> *q n each ».de 
fully *e.f-«>itiaii.ed and meiered, (law 
lx. Tale* 13)7. vpp'alMd rental 170 per 
monlh ewel. Offered lot the flrat lime 
a^i . pure for quic. $ | 4 , 2 50 

Very Reatonahla Term* M*v B« Arranged 
E*rlU4lV« Luting 

STUCCO TRIPLEX 
CLOSE IN 

Oroaamg 8123 per month three J-rcmm 
»u.ie* A anuad Ulie ln*e»i- . > • r\r\f\ 
mrnt at -ill , UUU 

ANTIQUE STORE 

Hbt -water healed *lor* of I in. 1 * ft. 
rear er.irar.re to lane laeatory and ba*lr> 
rentral location Rent 474 per m»r.th 
lea*e If de*ired But *irw* *t roil .prt'* 
10 be determined br Inventory at time 
of «B'» ■pproiimately |1 100 Further 
Information *t office only 

Pleaae Aik for Mr W O Cameron 

THE B C. LAND 

tt INVESTMENT AOENl Y LTD 
137 OGVIRNMEyrr NT 0 4114 

Member Real Eatale Board nf Vtclrrrla 



VICTORIAS FINEST 
COFFEE BAR, STORE AND 
SPECIAL ICE CREAM 
BUSINESS 

Tit Greater VI tori* iliere are a. Iv a f*w 
rew. yr»«Ht wdl** **•*» •-*-» tera *•<** 
alao aril grneial merrhann.ve and ape- 
cialue tu an ft he cream W » ken* v*u 

• 111 agree that IM* II the very b#«t l» 
I* a.lualrd In ni.e ot H-e h'llrr (Unlit. |« 
of Vir'ona **th tretiioridon* paaalnq trad* 
and hae a brH-kt.r>*n namt fr»r •«•. I.* 
cream The building »» largr and ultra- 

miuterri with l"ng l'-N*la|«e/« roller and 

• nark bar .alng t».» hc*l rryKIpmenl in- 
cluding »ree.*r* »»de ton.. lain* |.» cream 
machine* *andwtrh tr»«*ler* milk alia** 

• aftte Irnna. etr The man. mnr* ha* 
nre.le.it grocery *(•*. e (tin* long roomer 
U*ed i*<-lij«t»elv for I'w Mb ■ e cream 
trade Unatair* lh*re .* a large m -darn 
four -room auiie fnr the waner |<t.u »n- 
"U et aulle fnr rent If darned The ha*« 
me lit he* an> amnunt nf torhn. « 

all KieUed plua all mach.nra |nr Oper- 
ating (ariuu* 1 - e cream and aor'a «a*er 
de|tannien«* The |.roi»er«y deep in- 
cluding private vard e»d large garage 
and aiortronm which hmue* addllhn.al 
freerrr* for par««g*d Ire rrram when 

Summer trade 1 * honming and large ii.vki 
rune* be kepi an hand ( nm.ilere ed 
d.llonal tnfnrrna'.nn ar office fne.»». .top 
by appulnime'.l PI 1 I 3 ’ No Inloimatiun b) 
phone, pica** 



CENTRAL REALTY 

114 VIEW SI lien B 3147 Svva , G 3130 



Empire Realty Co., Ltd. 

APARTMENT HOUSE 
INVESTMENTS 

A TRIPLEX— STUCCO 

Funy modern. Each aulte ha* living -rouni, 
nak fumr* and tirepla. e Through liali 
l/l two hire bedroom* and Pembroke ba'I.- 
ror m. Inrge modern kiunen with dlr.eiia 
Full hl*h i.a*e.t.eni, h">-alr furnace 
Owner pay* la*** only, AM eve Afi/I 
decontrolled Price i I J. UUU 



1 Q7Q STHDiniAKKR PBKSIDI1NT •JIN' gmpreu Gerag 
• 7 JO noupe rer-nndlHnned mo'or wl'h wood Rnad. evening* 
new platan* rine* end »*lve erlnd 4 «'t*d — .. ,, 

tlrer In e*i*llenl ranrlltti'n. 1700 or near. 1 070 r, ' n0, *' 

R n)*a • TXT engine He 



1947 



• 07 q curvnot.rT coach - cohtu- 

I 7J0 lion e*c»||«n( Genliir.* '3 and. 
mi'n TT** he*l»r per'ect 104(1 licence 
Wred-eid or evening* >90 Tran*lt lined 

*1 07Q " rBrlAL DE LnxB ou *- 

I 7JO mnhHe 4-pa*a*ng*r raupe , Inw 
original mil**#* perfect rondllhm. 1140 
Air coodltlnoer E 034«. Mr L*wt* 

107 0 ROAPMANTYR PORDOR 

• 7JO »*d*n. evrellenl condition. 4000. 
3430 Sevmnqr Avenue 

107 0 SEDAN — 4)40 CA>H 

• 7 JO View *' Harttand Av* Clark * 
McClure Pro* pec 1 Lake. 

.q-jq 'ONE - OWNER CHEVROLET 
I7JO ruarh Mile*** 11 000 0 0040. 

Nunrtdv 10 10 to 3 Ml IkM) 1 



rHSVROl.ET 
000 a oo4o. 



1070 pnn °' 17 ! ** R^IPYIH NKW 

I 7Z7 engine Seen Sunday evening. 4 

la 7 117 Eiquimalt Road 

1070 »-*'*RI*P SEDAN-GOOD CON- 

• 7Z0 dl'inn Radio healer |l»«l er 
nea-e*' oftet 1447 Clawlhorp* Av* O 4S40 
after 4pm 

1070 ' •HRYSLER HE DAN MErfMN 

• 7ZO |c ally enrui. halierv and lire* In 

grad condition 474 3**1 Brett St 

1 070 ' " rv Fan SAUi MAKK OOOD 
I7ZO llghi truck Phune E 447« 

1 070 PCN-ITAC - PPDAN OOOD OR- 
17/0 der (100 .',49*4 

<7 C ii» CTf*Y*ourr roarn ib-iw- 

•P / J wheel*, running order E 3144 af.er 



GRAY 

EVINRUDE 

GM. DIESEL 
ORR & JAMES LTD 

1310 SHARP STRETT PHONB OJI31 



$1150 



CASH — 43 DODOE 3-DOOR 



NORDBERG 

MARINE 

ENGINES 

RAMSAY MACHINE WORKS LTD. 

O 4)14 1*30 STORE ST 

:: M 11 M.V ro ioan 

774 MORTOAI.I LOANO 

» PIT. I, AnoNA PrjR '-AHO* OR SMALL 
*' » mortgage* appreciated M H A n*n» 



•and *w 

Tight* * 



1 07 Q AMEHICAN.ffTTtX OLDSMOBIL* radio healer. fi« light 

I 7J0 •••» h B73B .. „ 



»n dltlon- cue 
etr. S 1104 



0 OCA rrUDERAKER CHAMPION HE- 

1 7 JU gal de luve Starlight Ara- 
•aatenger coup*, averdriv*. Climatiicr, 
brand new W.U arcept guod car la trade. 

Can be teen *1 *44 Vet*. Street. O 3430 

. ACA RENAULT SEDAN. OHt Y 440 



• TOO coa -b. 4724 a 0J73. 

1 Q7 Q PONT! AC SEDAN. RUNS VERT 
I 7 JO well 1*05 Term. <1 OQM 

1077 OLMiOMU SKDAN MEW 

• 7 J / ir*mi end pain' loh iToo l»)7 
Dodge roupe. 19Vn tteence '47 molar, wheel 
PAt’i*. fbgiigh!* a'ag *patiighl« heater et#.. 
47IWI Will tr*de far panel alatlan wagon 
«r Jeep O 4TJ* 30»a7t7!dge Street. Meat 
«ed hy Man dev 



available We awecialtM in re-flr.an-ing 
houae* aiM purthaiing agreemma and 
morigagea Phona B 1013 ar tvenmg* 



in. r DOUGLAS STREET — AUTO IN- 
I O I J auranee la goad Iniurerce well 
writuo *1 Hiwkea Povte». Ltd Pl#»*e rail 
Mr Ron Worley. B3I0I. teenlltgr O 3d )4 

M AITOMOBIIFK iMi rRIlKS 

WANTED 



11 VT7* WV4 midge street. Muat . * GOOD I43B TO 1041 STANDARD 

. z\ make tor. m«*t he In load condition 

CHEV SKDAN. HTATKR AND | ««>l‘**'l» I“» Indy driver All eaeh O 1034 



• qta HkhAuU SKDAN. UNIT 440 
I y JU mi lea, a* new 44 ml-aa ter 
|*i amating .wrfarman. # L<»**l ler.nt 
Pul' prtcq gt 174 B 4313 14)4 Gov t St 



1 Q77 ' H*v SEDAN. Hr ATM ANU 
• T J / v pa 1 light goad rondltlon. 470" 
1 OOQ rMIV CCtACH 4 NEW TIRES 
1 7/0 grad mechanically. IP 
HIM COLVILLE ROAD 



1942 E£? 

1 938 wmT hZft 9txyk *‘ 



$900 

$700 

$595 



7 0/40 MKHlURT 4-lM>« SEDAN 
I 747 Beautiful laal blue, wlih white 
atdewaU Urea Equipped with 1 actor, .ri- 
valled air-«rndliM>n.ng healer Driven 
anly 7.000 mile* by one careful owner 
Tin* car la aacoiuwiy immaculate in every 
r*»p*ct and M being offered at around 
|T00 aff new ear prtra. CaU B mi 

10/40 M**C»- : I»Y SEDAN. Pl'LLT 
1747 equipped eatraa, yuit vlear new 
licence, aotamaile eignai light* back up 
Ught* *1 411 or naareat after O TO*). 
1 3)1 Johnaon St 

10/40 TUDOR EXCELLENT 

1747 OMkdltlBH ■ )M 0 or weea-d* » 
Broad St Oareg* 

roe A PONTUC VERY 1 XW)D~ CONDI - 



J ,r “^ randition lira a re GOOD CAR WANTED. 10)3- 1043. 

lOOfl ^IKV COACH 4 NEW TIRES. /\ fo , f , )r ruh pMce Q3SII 

• 7/0 SBoS rcM-hacr,!!, v>« . — - 

1"' AD A IX CASH POR OOOD CAR. ISM OR 

1 077 PORD TODOIlItRXBN - METAI ’ WrthtnA BBU« 

' 7 J / he radio and haarer food rubber ||UBINE8SMAN WILL PAY CASH POR 
•mt" 1344 Lang St b*tw«an II in - 2 I> heMer • rlaaa laie mode! car moat 
»«4 Lang Street between IS a m aland atrtet laapmtOon B 34*3 000 OatCL 



r 1 937 Iu 



PORD TUDOR. GREEN VETAL- 
llr radio and hearer food rubber 



available W* awecialtM in r*-Rt<an'lng 
houaea alee purthaiing agreement* and 
mortgage* Phone B ISIS. *r evening* 
B 4**4 A>a far Mr Smith for inform* lion 
nr be will call at ynur hnm* at your rp- 
queet Pinannai Survey Limned. 1)34 One- 
eromant Street 

II 1 PLANS DRAWN TM N H A 
• • kpei IficaLona Lnane arranged Neil 
Butler K 3B44 



FUNDS OR BAND AND IMMEDIATELY 
AVAILABLE POR MORTOAOB LOANS 
| ARGB AND SMALL AMOUNTS . LOW 
' * In 1 * ten - (rule I d*ei*ton* - retaonabt* 
eharaaa h H A application* received 
Barer menu and Mertearea Purchaaad 
P R BROWN * SONS LTD 
IUS Broad Street Phone 0 7171 



7J WANTED TO BORROW 5 Vi"^’ Vu nZ 

— -- — - — Information #1 office only 
It 'ANTED - CLIENTS WITH LARGE OR Plr.ee A .k for Mr W O Cameron 
» * amai: amuunU nf ra«.riey in levatt in 
Sr*t aiuitgaga* at A per rent In'e.-tut 

Phone H 1013 or evenlngi a Uil Aak lor T. ir q /■ ■ * airs 

Mr Smith, nr be will rail al yeur home • fl C U L». L/NT-JL/ 

at your rcquaii Wi purcha** m.ortgegev *- INVESTMENT AOEN( y LTD 

and agreement* fot »a e Financial Survey 

Limited. U34 Ciovemmenl Btieel 4*7 GOV ERNMENT ST 0 4111 

U 'DULD 1JKE PRIVATE PARTY TO Member Real Eviale Board nf VMurla 
take *7 4A0 flrrt mortgage un n*w. , 
large commerrlal hu.ldlng, a litll* d ' • - 

lance put of city, on main highway. Will “ 

pd f 7V Bat *417 CnlonUt 

$ 1 c;nn •’ riw,T mortuaoe nr it 9 c 

• JUU quired an hau*e aellmg at ^ 

g) *40 repaid at 130 per month including 
#•- In le real Mnrtgeee drawn far J-y»*r 

H*Tk*. rrai" ud *** 1 r °* % " *' LET'S BE BUSINESS-LIKE! 

74 TIMBER BROKERS Hcre Ar * P 0y'^9 BulineSS 

Opportunities 

74A TIMMS WANTED 

Il’ANTKD TO BUT-LONG OR 8MOR7 TRACK AGE-VALUE 

»▼ mg*, itandina nr felled and Burked , 

Umber Atom Lumoer C« 310 Janaana TRAC KAOS D hard t* get but here* 
Strwet Weat Run evening* 0 0013 r ,uf W* have t le. ai a v#ry ] 

_ ."..'.'.pi* <7^00 

75 Rl 8INE88 OPPOK I (MTIES 11 #t E J JUU 

I RESTAURANT 

music store COFFEE SHOP 

t WELL- BUT ARLIBHET) MUSIC SfORB V-L/rrcC Jnyr 

* » in th* hear, of the rltv Cnmplrt* ice CITY CENTRE 

tif mueira! inairumer ta and pan*. Pur- . 

ther information upon r*qu«»L What an opportunity A fin* inratton in 

JOHN r.nnvwrmn ,h ' o1 •<*•" SuMianilal dally turn- . 

JOHN GREENWOOD ,„ T really making money A An* 

1341 Broad El reel *lart lor an ACTIVE MAN c n c r\r\ 

> Oaiy JO JUU 

MUST nt HOLD 

H EAUTY FARIOH FULLY EQUIPPED OUTSTAfJDING 

the n lily nit* in A'bernl combined , r , r 

with rumfurtabl* a room home a g..lder. IS THE WORD 

opportunity to *n |pm hu»m*M and f.a»e 

v Tn'L,’.' “ ,0 * sr " M - 1 * — ■ this 

TO SUIT YOUR Ri.tiQET Par ami* de- buy A rare modern nicely - decorated 
tail*, rontart n Sundin evening' O I0S7. RtSTAURANT mc*»*d NEAR TMF 

H AKRRY AND CON SECTION DRY bum. ™**™J!* $15 000 

n#*« In #m.c fl.xnn I leine ai..r •NUlpmenl TO HANDLE 4i • J/WU 



HIGH FAIRFIELD 

Klehl fully modern •(■•lea OII-OMaUe 
hoi -waier heeling L»w rental* t*curn 
13 » P*» rent pel Thlr l* a very anrar- 
live praperir *rd in nlc* AAA 

cnndltion On term* JZU/UUU 



K & S. 

LET S BE BUSINESS-LIKE! 

Here A re Poying Business 
Opportunities 

TRACKAGE-VALUE 



MUSIC STORE 

\ WBlX-EWf ARI.IAHED MUSIC SfORi 
in th* heafi of in* rltv CnmplM* 10 * 
I of enuatra) inairumt. la and paria Fur- 
thar infarmaiibD up»o requeaL 

JOHN GREENWOOD 
1341 Broad El real 



MUST fit HOLD 

H IAUTY PAHIGH PUUV EQUIPPED 
lha anly on* in A'bernl cnmbln*d 
with eomf.irlBbl# (-room home a gulden 
opportunity ta get inm hu»inea* and f.a»e 
a ham# too. PULL PRICE 44 )M TERMn 
TO BUTT Vr.i R M l.. .ITT Por a.me de- 
tall*, rontau ft Sundin evening' O I0>7. 

I3AKRRT AND CONPprTlONtR V BUM- 
■' n**« In good diatrtcl living qvar 
ter* availabi* if dedred But goo Coi#- 
ntat 



Night phene O 4030 
)39 rEMRERTON BLDG 



Alt Elercnr Contrarllr.g and AppHanra 
Minre altuaied in lha ream nf down- 
town area 

SMART BABY WEAR SHOP 

I «■■'•. ed In gu-'d murirt with eerellent llv. 
I*«f q warter* Imr aiork and « ■ t an 
ftllure* Pull prtr» ) I I UU 

Car.»aet Mr Seri Race far further pel- 
• trular* Evrhtna* O 40*4 



FIDELITY REALTY 

Willlama Bldg. 740 Stoughton Sue 
O arden *441 



GOOD REVENUE HOME 
815 LINDEN 

.fua* aff Ruekland 10 minute* walking die 
tanr* in town conaiai* nf eight Ueely 
large rrwm* Meet? demrsled and floral 
** l.exl a* new. New we'ef n<b« new Bar- 
rett rnaf. new Venetian bllt-rt* and new 
-441-gallnn hm water lank Tbl# grarlaua 
hnm* I* Ideal far court*' trad* nr tulle* 
li ta wneih a (bird mar# than aaklra r».e# 
You gl»# ne an offer Rut lei a he eeaeon 
• hie M’.al *#H bwfnee Uereh I Poaaeaeino 
any lime Teem* *»». » arranged. 

PHONE G 7358 



•man pa* i^ng S' between 1* a m 



1077 frTTOKBAKK* DICTATOR “V- 
I7J/ Fir# r.*w tire* new Gnat end 
**!*• grind New brake lining* I*4S i- 
re r-'-r |*H Heal over A Poke Sidney 

Phbn# 347, 



1 / 'ASH POR LATE MODEL POPULAR 
■ m*»# ear, nan h# new condition and 

low mileage O 7414 

I ATE MODEL CAR - MUST St AS NEW 
• * and reasonably priced R 4*41 



M °NEY 

caeea 



% | ONEY TO LOAN ON FTR8T MORT- 
* 1 gaeea Current rale* Re delate 
■ Q DALEY * OO LTD 
04 View Street Phone 8 «341 



} 1 POK’OOM- 

■"unity work in BenuimaJI. living 
quarter* No agent*, g I ftp* 

oeautty salon for balk in oak 

1 * B*] Ft >n# " (i«( alter a p m 

i 'OPPEE SHOP WITH I I ASK J*. 

• thriving community near Virion* A 
lltl# gold mine for *o* or two people Lit. 
tns-quartar. equipment doing a goad 
butlneu Total pnee li 30" Gnty tbow 
nnanrlally mpontibie need apnir <Vpi 
•$)• Color, in 

/ » O ft ff I H GROCERY AND ROOM 

' llrlng quarter* , good turnnret. b>w 
o*mJ* 4M Thu I* wnrih .rating into 

1,'DUonok REMIDENCE ijIJ'ORt 

ta guirirt tit roema nice oonditHrn g*« 
*»•# f*r Yirtorta property Phone 



, Ker .f„.?' e . phenson ' L,d HEISTERMAN & CO. 



0 ' erj.eaq 
E IMI 



1949 



lion reasonable Phot** O I 



1936SSTn ac S595 

1929 ^2L“SSU^L$150 

1934 

1941 W" _ 



$350 

$595 



IBS* B>* nab* (4 St 



i O 4874 - ■ IIM 



10/40 FLYMOtrrn COACH. SPETIAt. 
1740 Prida* and Saturday anly One 
owner, low mileage Bpolleea A I eawdl 
Own. guaranteed Ne* U at Larne Lewlf 
Tetaco Servyc* Station on 0>.adra at 
NUhnienn Rtrwwi Prlra anly gl.ali. Phone 
Albion IIY 

ioAQ FONTLAC* sedan di n If 
I Y40 randltlwa. 11104 roab. Phone 
Co Ignite IIS X ~ 

10X0 NARK "SB* -. TAN COUNL It SM 
1/40 mile*, per fact cwnSubm Owmer 
Swing away Por quirk tale •! bra S NM 

• m/ a MUbC UK Y SKDAN "IR** MM 

I Y40 SI Asa Streot 



t OT7 CHEV COACH NEW CLUTC H ^EED A CAR FOR MT Bt 
I 7 J / radio, healer and other ore##- 1 fa»h No dealer* 0 li! 
■SflM 1700 ca*h -vr near "ffer IkM Slave- I .Miner. nt n n i T-rw 

• hr rpe Are , Sunder* and weak dayl%/iar \\ A 7 Kr * ~ f ’ t J7 A 

* nm | Y * PS AN CIS BATTERIES 

— — - — 1413 QUADRA ITT 

107 7 n T OO m m n t w motor | — - — , — ■ - m - r r 
I 7J / tranirailMlon front rad ilrwa one , W 114 - P * T CAS " F ' JI1 
rea- old . eerellent enndlUon. 4134 Cell ” wMh 'racked or 
at 37Y7 Fifth Si between 0 and 4 today j G S33I Of EMU 

193 ' 

ColquIU Ml X ~~ — — ~ 

1 017 PORTIA ITER AND R »R. I7W 

• 7J/ aea! beam BMtfUsMd l*M or 

rear effer 44 Uryien Aew E 7401 I, "OR SALS— PONTIAC M< 

— ■ .n , — _ _ . ~ .... hauled and rr owned 

1QT7. ,0 * D « '!!? *!»n eedan runabout Real 

• 7 J / heenraa tana or rime after 401 ] I to g re[irM( 

Ker Avenue - — — — — - 

_ — - - — — _ _ - _ ■ T.NOR SALE - KNIFE Cl JkJ 

I /*> T / ^ AHUARP C9HY COD FI I vkam a hm sfu« i 



1 07 A STANDARD cwey coupe 
I 7 JO food condition new paint and 
ring* IMfl or effer. B S33J 3k Cam- 

hr Idee Street afte r 4 p m 

TqnT OIM. OOOD tTRKK NICK 
1 7 JO randRwo tnakda and ewt nu 

Parke tew Drive 



N eed a <* ar por my bi snf; all 
ra»n No dealer* S 193) 

U 'ANTED - OLD BATTER IKK _ 

FWANCTR BATTER It" A TIRES 
Ml) QUADRA ST EJBM 

rOK IH3-M Y-S 
’ ’ with tracked or eeeleu moior. 
O BI3I or B 94133 

•7 BOATS AND - LAUNCHES""" 

J^OAT ANCHOR. I7H UM SIB S M)Y 

I, 'OR SALE- PONTIAC MOTOR OVER- 
1 hauled and ernwned tor boat nea 
aiaai aedan runabouL Neat otter t 4.18 
1110 tmprea* • 

K YOR SALS - SNIFK-CTJkSS 8 ATI EO AT 
Pha n* O AIM after 0 

I AA.TB I ( FOOT Y-Nin 
a ideal fl thing bout. Price gIM. Phone 
S 0k) I ar S MM 

WANTED - N OS It LAUNCH MOST 
*■ haw rerere# •«* SY1S, Coteniat- 



M ORTOAGf MONEY A V A H ABLE — CT7R- 
rent rate* IismedlaU deelaloma 
Cabeldu * Mae Ltd 1)1) Bread Street 
t m* 

M ORTOAOSS AND SNA LOANS— CON- 
•uil Pemberios Naimc* Ltd ISS3 
Oawrnment O IIM 

r RIVATK PUNDS AY AILASLk FOR 
Brai mnrigeg** mi MU property ala* 
NBA taan* arranged Quirk weir* 
Johraiwn * C*. Ltd 1)14 Sruad Kt 
Phone « 4341-1 



4 SATIORAL KOUS1NO ACT ISA LOAN 
A FIRST MORTOAOt PRIVATE LOAN 
A SriLDBS S FDOOAOSIVI LOAN 
AaA Ok fwt Oas ra t* Oeiaiie 

GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 

SwvaMlaNad I tit 

•II FORT K I R ES T SWORE O IIS) 



l^ORT STS KPT PROPERTY THIRTY 
a feel frantage two gtarfa new building 
In on wn mwn *r** for ** e b» owner 



Abau' IMS4 w leu tor r**n 4m to*, 

ColonUi 



/•ftOCSKIt* MEAT HARDWARE -I 
’ » kt ISO fee autre end fiktoree Turn- 
ower IIM a «•» Mnr# and 4- ream mnderr. 
eulu to rent, to Full bwyvr. wr building 
for aak* renaming ot at er# A roam **4J- 
rantalnad awfle Bee tWYl Cnlanwt 

J 7 * REENHOniE~ AND NURSERY BUW- 
‘v nea* Tuf««v»r la»t year aver 44 RM 
on S acre land and 1 torn aq ft *f graa* 
with ir. 3-m.Ie rirtl* Phana O 1443 

IIDIM PORria SAUI or BAKERY 
• and *«ar4 bar Oowd •*«*>* trad* In 
cum rill denim diet Get Be* HU Ctenitt 

I OCAL FIRM RBQCrtEK M TOO TO 
a aeiaaluh an eariuetw and tuuartaJ 
retail eullel M YaMcwwyer elleat or arttw 
partner would be ooaatdevwd Bwi MM 

Olonlat 

M anaoerbm m* cormt me con- 

reaafam Apply m pe rural be* ween 
a and IM pm York Braety Saiou. *J» 



OOVESNMENT 



APARTMENT HOUSE 

fiood >oc 0 Uon in Pairftatd Propertv enn- 
* 1 * 1 * nf k iwniwnu and I *ln*#» S'll'd- 
tr.g in tip-.np ahape lra.de and mil Very 
mudarale rer.tai*. yet ahowlrg I4u on (h« 
P'lre Ingetber with Mltd for owner Pun 
pantealara nn Inquiry. TM* te gra* 

Prlw° wtth*eo*n# term* $42,000 

Call Mr M lichen K 4141. ar Era* O )*«* 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 

11)1 Bianahard Bt 



UNOER $10,000! 

Yrry a# (act wonflen.woar bualnera »»#'"' 
ful etrak Raaadful fitting* Nlfh-cleae 
loealli? Ip tuburk Bull twa ladle* In- 
InrmaUau *1 ad flee Re phene pleat* 

VALLANCE & SAWYFR LTD 

Tl* BR OUG HT OW STREET 



HOTEL FOR SALE 

W# haw Par. aak* an hew! ot eighty n 
■itwatad wmjkM af th* am eaTaabi* 
Ip the rltv Vkk ptoniy ot room tor #* 



R H DAVIES 



Oardan Mil 



IISI BLANSHARD STREET 



III Coffee Shop reniral Iraailaa I *••«*- 
term lee** If "* tired Owner leaving 

;!^b ir" ,o# $5500 

(7 Buai'.ea* blurt cam petting grraw't 
bulrher •hap and IWte g quartar* *'oe» 
a l In yalr* pay building ard flglweet 

SS. $17,850 

For fun parti-.iiar* or. above *>*•«• aak 
for Mr Wright, t 4141 *r Rae , o i:4Y 



INVESTMENT 
OAK BAY 

IS epactraM rrama bag- water healing 
• /»*■ loo. Inidmk a ] a ran 

•ITS per mtnUt Frio# > I /, JUU 

Ybu by A p pea r tmwni Only 

D D. McTAVISH 



MEN'S, WOMEN'S. 
CHILDREN'S WEAR 

Fully equi pped and drang sM bualneea 
Good Vocal tan tl sm oral gdwa five’** 
hen oatfy MS per aaerUt, ane-rwovw 'imng 
pnanera Owner f arwak ta rail owing t* 
•let nee* Wtltog ta aarrifira fra (7 3g0, 
Term* ea m etgtred le raewi-eSHa pa mm* 
Hnm B S3i l Y e rvraw Martas * Ca L4d. 
YD Ylww Street Ykters. KC P>»*« aeb 
f«o Mr Fws FRL ' 



I 



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f 



f 




! 





nt'fii.NKiis orromnvtnn 



EXCHANGE UAL EAT ATE 



GROCERY STORE 

*••» ttor*. Cl 044 in G*li<( (caring lilj 
3 - room 40114, u«lo| ( .a C a 

quarter* $4z5U 



- EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS: 

tifiuAuzixu im eackajkajbs ^ Drive By If You Lika — Do Not 

[ *r ub Know what you HAT* Disturb th« Owners— Their 
that rau ami want, an* w#u apt I . ~ _ 



COUNTRY COFFEE BAR 

Bie*ll#nl Cuttle Hoop and Orucary *< lo- 
rn a ui flailing raanrt 4-room living qjar 
ton Ov n4i tailing on account of ui 
health All-year revenue Coup.* tauld 
make good living and pay for bum,**# Irom 
profit*. *4 wki recti a id ti.or.ihiy payment* 
of *100. Bale priae of *QCftft 

property and pqulpotroi 5/ JW 

Flu* aleck at invoice, 



•you wbal yoo DO wont 

Mica 5- room bungalow la Oak Bar. value 
arpur.it |» 000. tor rar.ma* bom* *r aaund 
•ueinaa* •itb u>,ng quartan. Hi good 
laMiHao 

Can tar* F C Oaiiar 

Ivn . Colqultx IfttJ 



ond Our Request 



Call B 1191 o* nra. or Ro*:d*na# B *dlg 
Ml Stiow Yaw Day at Bight 

Always A > alia ft U 



*"n» A L:Z™ £?" I 247 BEECHWOOD 

B mil ar b t»«« $5500 

Metaoor o! t tie Vte-mla Baal Eclair Board Hollywood CHawn area In F 



IlNTI.SOb C ANCELED 



DE LUXE ICE CREAM BAR 'Z^fTT^Z 

l«r Cream and Cnfle# Bar a! exqallaui la- ,u * <1 1 

• allon UanufaeMi'M awn Ir.e Cream with **** ,t T - _____ 



Hollywood C H MB i l araa In Fairfield 
Older -typa 9-ruom bungalow with full baa *- 

mam and extra ba»«ai*ni :w«m firm hod 
In knotty pin# There le a eeparau (ar- 
ea e and a all-kept graund lair* adjaerr. 
lot ran be purr ha tew for HM on hie fully - 



•gf? up-u> 'i ale equipment M*d» . t. build* 

« • * • * rung i tuitaa 1 it 

O-Matlr hoi »at«' healing Frue for 
nr,pe,„ and MM $3*000 



A OINTB F1AAHB HOTB-7M CANT KB- J«‘ «en be pwrrhaaM for MM on 

j£L,r y R *“ d 4 * £z* m t 

— - - - __ Pleat# do not dieturh the ownar, Cali : 

V’OTICR TO AOKtrm-jlM (AIU, Oltrr Hauplflatauh to aea imerlur EaciuMv* 
Street cold egen? 



r opart? and auaineet dftr A /ft /ft k*OU>- l*3e MAYFAIR DHIVS A HD mi' 

^JOiUyU n Ltiiwaad. by Mr Mope Wr urgently 
L^' noad lietit.a* of all kind* Cablrdu * May 

UP-ISLAND AUTO COURT 



Br>i rout l-f'ahiii Auto Court l-n«n bun* 

J »l«r» Culler Bar aid Grocery Store 
rue acre al beautifully -weed erupcily 
Po«ee boat* AU-year enr rn/t 

/wrenue 7 *»nir % iZO.DUU 

Are Mr Beaaler Bve* Y 1)U 



LIBTIhUft V* AMtll 



851 CANTERBERRY 
$5750— CASH $2050 
$40 MONTHLY 



r »l KAAE HOT 
* 140 Bober 

the Tor k> hi re 



NOTB-^771 WILDWOOD A ICO Modern, appiva • year* built, etue.o of a 

iber-on tiatod a7cltui»Mr with room* quite a large L B. with apan 

ber on it* '*d axoiuri -it wun n ,, pUfr Ail In very clean condition 

_ There is e baeement eeparau garage and 



' ‘ y \t'l HAVE A CLIENT WHO HAH RE- ■ *» r »» wnrkehr.p with chimney. 111# loti 

nee Mr neaiier are* r tm »r queered that we obtain lor nlm im» I *° * DL la an tenanae of graan lawn and 

mediately an xuratlir* u u.gaio* in Oak i Duwar border All bind* of email fruit \ 
_____ _ ... __ _ _ __ Bar Baquireaer.'.i are. large llving-r^un ' T he coil it that eery alack kind All fenced 

fill I F^PIF HART I 2 » CO * uh #'«»l4“. dinmg-iooai mutt ha»e Taae* gen. Do oat dUturb accupanu Bx- 

VjlULLjriL, t ir\r\ i ut v-v-r. nardao.^ floarv, tw» badrooma. attractive cuelv. agent. 

I IAAITPO kitchen and modern oathruoot. Ooad dim- I 

UlfTlI I C-Ly mail Hone# muei be heated br all ar LJlF'Li r.iunDi 

... _ p.-. PHn>i( n mi automatic aaal etokar gntrance un ground \ nlun UUAUKA 

ai. fobt Brum non oun , Ml pr,^ „ 00 aa to iiiom itattcdcai i aaadi c u/nnn 

Batabllvhaa 1911 x*. Roberta 1 T A TTERSALL ♦ MAPLEWOOD 

kf amber nf Beal Batata Board ut Vti’orle pbor# ttMt tALBV * C gjg L J7ew Btraat Fhoti* fur thla addroca One af the nleam 

— — — — -- B- room tnodern etuceo bungalow* J ve aeen 



HIGH QUADRA 
'TATTERSALL * MAPLEWOOD 



ll’ASTID FOB ITL I ANTS, t OB l-BOOM i Hatidf to the bate, alee lot na aieue to 
* » bungalow* with aa*rment« tn Ktgul* enter but full batemem Ctlllty roam afl 
P*alt and F alrfleid Phone BUM Victoria kitchen, oak flop re In aU room*. Uiroagh- 



DOWNTOWN BUILDING 



Well- located lind bullulng Ui airalcglt | 

part of thoiuiK'g area auttanie lot any re- | Re< 
tall buslreu or may be J*a»ed at »*00 let 
anorilh M pi#«en; tenant Minor 'ec'inm- 
tionlng It immediately nar.aaaart. Thu 
property will return the invertor a nn of $6300 

arer 10% an I14.0O4 $9000 3-BEDl 

Fnead for qmex tale at only -F'vrvv j vll; 



73ft Tate. Bt 

HOI NKN rOE BALE 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED 

Real Volues Since 1887 



Bxeluvive Agenu 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 



3-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 
AUTOMATIC COAL STOKER 

Hot-water Jacket heater gae laid on. 
patent roof ana room, flatalied room la 
beaement Victoria Wart tS.ftOO handle* 



riicnen, oak floor* in all room*, throun- 
hall plan range wiring. Ineulatlan. the 
ground* have about IftOd wurth of ihrab* 
etr Price cut down recently |* »7S Clear 
title Ter mi available- C* U Mr Heupt- 
fleieoh 

3155 MARS— $6800 
DO NOT DISTURB 
THE OCCUPANTS 

I Huh Muadr* tn city limit* run* olf Fin- 1 
] layeon Four room* ar.d twok, wrUke wide- 
elding inoimed ip black fUrdwood floora 
I in living-room *11 room* coved and a 
xltcnan with many cabtnau Bull' about 
one year ago Bred on a high lot amonc 
ock ireee Drive-In garage CTZQO 
furnace CASH J JOO J 

Bata nra tnelodtrg 14 IntereM. law* and 

principal, at 140 will ha paid off in ap- 
I prr.timataiy ■ tear*. Tax** are n»< aa- 
ee«ee d bur thmild he between IT0 and 499 
Rfrluflvc Uetlng 



1131 BLAHHHARD B7 



FVtONB I 4141 



Bventng PAune S tt.’i-U 7499 



FINANCIAL SURVEY. ROOMS— 2 LOTS 

, ii i |TC^ A eubMantial live-room iidlng hoi 

LlrVU I LU Ou'er dUirlrt on tao lot* III 

room with fireplace, dining- romp, 
room., kitchen and three-piece t 
ronr CDY ANn rhf,# <• * concealed etatr to u 

VjKw\_tfv' attic which would make two nn 

rnNPFCTlONERY baeement with new hot 

l_UlNFLV_ I IVUlNCtW furnace rtnod eoil and trull , 

ALL CASH BUSINESS um. Taam M3, run prte* only J 

niLI. L. WJ.I Contact Reg Caeelloit. BVPnlng 

Owing 10 Ittr-e* owner hae to ktve up 

h :"*,: The?. StiJZ NEAR sea and park 



csiy in meiu highway There it tl.T’d <-f 
I,* . equipment The tutuefpr I* S*.M» b* r 



i arm lew»# Puri U 

or near oficc pin* ttcmk at in voice Cat 
h- bought mi term Thie U deltnlielt i 
goad hit* lor *rvone 
Contact N, C De»*er Bve* ColqUl'f lft9J 



LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S 
WEAR SHOP 



r,.««i oieei vtock Mice lurn'ivei and >•» 
it* liter#**# 1 *! !*#»• r#«\t Would r#in*!d#r 

t» •% flroi •#>fn#nt oo 

:r* s3noo 

Ctfl'an Bran n>iena t»w«. Col 14H 

mi oovtHHMtUT sTBrri 
n Ibll »r F 9»44 

ftlemher of the Vtc'on* B»»' B»tau Board 



S3000 

Col J4H 



Mient ruof tun room, flatalied room in \*/r \jj 1 1 i Ct_in\Af Vftl I 

tiwmrnt Victoria Wa»t »3 »00 handle* Wt W ILL inUW TUU 

* U0 I ESQUIMALT 

NEW STUCCO BLOCK 0R v0u CAN DRIVE BV 

. 4 no ... . , . ; ELEVEN EIGHTY MUT-TOT5T 

lul eutte worth ftao Land lor mora elate* fn»pe*tio»i of interior by appwtnimaot 
and autte. Ownar will accept in email Do rot diaturb -he occupant. Bxelu- 

bwngalawi (3* building Iota: 111, tl'» | m« written authurltv 

eu liable for auto court Block M eMai .. 

...U AS tow TM PRtCII Aft rot! COULD 

. _ „ . , . , .... Bt’lLD 7T FOB Juii Like new Inaide 

Apply Venc# Mope evening*. *004 Two tJ , du „, tareful pa^ie. the only 

arvupanta #v*r 

$2000 DOWN— ■xt it a otmrr aitdiko ftatlrxu 

$40 MONTH— * M «««ow 

,5 ROOMS 2 LOTS j JSZJSiSSt*. 

A eubMuutial live-ro tti elding bdft.a In tn» i Fireplace In bavement 

I ° u,9t , Bn H’i'JT Through-Hall pl.n- oak floor. 

room with fireplace, dining- roota. two bed- I ■ 

I room*, kitchen and three-piece b.thronen Wired fur electric rang# 

mere I* a concr.ied etatr to unflnuhed t H fireplace of Homan brick 

attic which would makt two nice room* | Lighted clothe* rloeet* 

Full baeement with new hot-air pipe . . 

furnace Dond .all and fruit erwen m#n > r 0,h * r * 

tree* Taxee «41 Full price only FJ/JU THF.RK AH* APFROXI1IA1 BIT 1 DfiO 

{.'on < art Reg, Cftjeitnn. Krening* B *44* [ gg rT rliOOR 8PAl K 

MCAD CCA AMD DA DM Tl " ternu are •• In* a* »J AJ4 dowr 

[NtAK jt A AINU r AKIV. 4n g 9*900 monthly ar gl TM and 

. __ tv* 44 monthly ft* and lAeei 904 to 

A f*ff imd etuicu (eml-toungaluw B>- Iniluiled 

re I ten 1 living and dltilng-room*. modern j, ull Rr ,„_ _____ 

kitchen four bedroom* runipu* and bath- 1 00lf _ rl— J/YuO 

tuora, full baeomeni wiUt laundry OIL- I u. 

O-MATIC rt’BHACK. double plumbing A| H, ‘l* " .e^.hV. offVr.^ ^nrU? ^ Kiev o d f Itav 

very mot peat, ea.iiy worked tamth hom«l throngh ihti ofneoonlv Night gt day. 

of oxcoiletit d*«ign, at a prlee nm ta br * 

•flualed any where In the my SB* THTF 

bbfobb m. 1 rt/yv THE NUMBER 

UBCIDINO JllrUVAJ Al B HI IKICnihJ 

W Batlej fvening*. BtMl 6 I 5 DUNEDIN 

Pncs $5500 — Submit Of^er 

OAK BAV — $7150 do hot dibtchb occupants 

Ho It l* not new— but if you ot* laukln* 7 Room* ond 3-room apertmoni nearly 
for a comfortable itueea bungalow wf ft | rnmple'ed tn haternant itl hathritom 
room* in epntlowo odtMUtlwo Une may In- I r*ira tulle: a»d vlnk in bavement Tetim 
tereu you Wired lot electric rang*. »»tt- 10 price a*ved Blthor »J 7no caeh 



— -- - , " very g««id etu<«u icml-bun**l«W 

in Ywa-rodm llrtnA koor ten and I _ [ „«ll#nt living and dlnlng-raom*. modern 

fhe rei .» I' 1 n «' ljn « $4800 kitchen four bedroom* rumpu* and b»th- 
, ia..a Fur* II S*tUL/U 



I toont. full hatwtnenl with laundry OIL- 
^k a: nvrilcr Con 1 o-MATIC' Ft'HHACE. double plumbing A 
Thie U dellnlielt o „. r y r.umpocl. eaally worked tamllv horn* 
of excoltmt d(«ign, at * prlee nm to be 
Bve. Colqut’1 latJ efluoled anywhoro In the city. «** THra 

cun nncti'C UBCDDINO $11(000 



W Ballet Evening* B *01 1 



■ k Hire loronvet and .an OAK BAV $7150 

^*.irman« W aalmhk«!o* r I No *« u r "»‘ MW— but If you are Imiklng 
*1 pajmont on ‘ f or a comfortanlo gluaeo bungalow wf ft 

tor **Mng EinnO room* In epoftloaa rnndlttwn Un* mey In- 



oaie garaoe. fruit treee Taiea unly Ml 
Near ollet* comtdered 



and I Ml fl® nm II *9fK> paid off, than 110 00 
mnnthly nr 4J.X00 eaeh ard *10 90 moothn 



Pleaaa call Violet Mi Loan *»*• O *»<T 1 Taeea *cprn*lma(olr 404 We wont an 

offer Call .Mr Ifauplfloiach. Day or Htfhl 



Member of the Vidor,# Real fuata Board HIGH ELEVATION 

WITHIN 2 Vi -MILE CIRCLE 

!4iiu*tod on ov«r 1 acta iff ground with j 
- . very largo oak troea, fruit lr*4«. iftwna , 

REVENUE HOME xilchor garden (to The haute *om[irue» 

Halt, living • room. dlninf-r»o*i! den with | 
On* 9-riMtm mite out 3- room twit* »«ui new oak floare, kitrhen elaatrid, 
room* down lor aw nor Pull een-.an; b* *• ,.*>» pontrr and uundry roam Two Urge 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

Iftlft DOUULAB RTF EFT 



mem. ho»-#lr fornace. 

• ator heatar Kitahan w 
far tkaairU range Frloo 
Term* 

Aea lot T, B 



auioma'lc h*.- 

,,#4 $6200 



VICTORIA HARBOR 



arid on* amalldr ben room with very large 
l)»i at* Aeparat* oath and toilet plaa 
■ vtra toilet tn basement Dau il* gaiagr 
Central heating with Iron rirwman Cir* 
nintM.anoee fori* an tarty tale *0 that 
,h. pr.ro ha. been $95Q0 

rieaee Aek for Mr. Ho.l 



dietanre to rliy centre and on bu* rout# 
Each four -room unit equipped With own 
uii-o-MaM< heating Drive in garage* 
full batemenla, and in beat city dtvirlct. 

Oall B B l i*« ar J M. Chr.wtaa, 
Evening*, B 4IJ 1 



^r^mrr'UxrvaixiYou should be 
$16,000 INTERESTED 

AM for T B Monk If V* could *i„>* ran »M 



WHITTOME & CO 
LIMITED 

fgl OOVFHNMBfrr W7 

VICTORIA. B.C 

Telephone B «l»« 



investments 

1st MORTGAGE 
t Kann •** "T!* 

JJUW propwriy in O** h*v 
approximate value ftllWW 4-ve*r 
nn* Current rata of ln'oroe« 

1st MORTGAGE 

_ .ca/vN B*ooirod on Fairfield 
$4zUU proporty being f«n- 
* or tad la duple* Amnia aarunu 
Owner I* Oo-#tnme«»‘ emnlojee 
Currant rwle of Intoraet 

Bnoulf# Hnrt thing Mondav m.,rn_ 
mg if you hov# ei« hoc ol 'haa# 
amount* avpilaW# for WweMmeai 

GEORGE RANDALL 

1704 DO Otl LA» BT 



OAK BAY SPECIAL 

Brand new modern etueeo bungalow con- 
elating of onuanee hall, largi living -room 
low 1 B ft with grow tao*. MteUant dining- 
room, ft fin* Mdrouino with ample a l oaoft 
***** Fembrwb# bathroom, loroly olootrl* 
kite her, Oak ftaoi* In main room I and 
hall Full C ba«*ni*nt with H A. furnace 
ejndi; traye. attached matching parage 
BXtra large ground* 14004 «|A enn 
handle*. Full pen-* ) I U.DUV 

OVERLOOKING GORGE 



HOME BUILDERS 

WATCH 

FOR IMPORTANT 
ANNOUNCEMENT 

OF MALI OF 

CHOICE LOTS 
IN NEW SUBDIVISION 

fttewitiar Real Bataia Baaed of Vtav.nt 
1443 OOVBftHMBHT or O 1134 

GILLESPIE, HART & CO. 
LIMITED 



FR09VT FVnFFRI T WITH INCOME OF 
4193 FBR MONTH FLt’S 4 LOVBLT 
ROOM!* FOR OWNER OWRBR'B (tTITF 
COMMAND* A M AR VBLOt'P WAT1BVIBW 
If AIT CAOll WILL HANDLE (Qrnn 
AND Ft’ LX NBfCB fB ONI T BTUVA/ 

HAULTAIN DISTRICT 

Modern ttweoo bungalow af * rnweot large 

living-room, with flropla*t| oak dour*. 3 
•pkcloua bfdraoau, aharmlng cabinot 
sard* dandy 



kltchan. with manr eupboarda itandr 
baeement with R A olbod fornae*. laua- 
drr tray* A An* garden with lawn* a/vd 
-egorab.e pint Frapariy In *Pofle«* condi- 
tion and eiaeo to eohoole and tT/Crt 
bu* Frlcc 1 with term*' Jf OJU 

OWNERS LEAVING 

MlfBT BB1.L NWW WHITT WU O C O BUN- 



rri’cco bub- 

OALOW of 4 run at*, fully tnaulAtod. tail 
cement b*v*rn#TH. nintact and dnvo-ln 
garage Hituaiod Lake Mill diatrlet. do** 
tn Quadr. bu. Hue and .hdwpln. een'r. 
ft). mm HAND LIB AND A g- J o crt 

AX AF AT iO.ODU 

GORGE WITH INCOME 

•I 44# HANDLE* wall-bawl 4-room Oungw- 
Urw wun full ooroent *a«anv*rM, twmaea 



« i C(%-TOLMlB AVBNUB DIO 1 BftLT 
I JU Oo«d 4- room udtng bungatoe 
with baaement. H A twrnoo*. ntaa .ar 

den. 



bung. Mw FR1CB OF 
ntoo .ar- 1 



VIEW ROYAL 



NURSING HOME 



$3950 

furnace 



•-room bung 
mom and N 



. , , Cr\r\ Caah bu>* n#*t 4- 100m bung«- 

T*o rear* ago * gradual# nur»o au«n*(i ^ | JUU low, *|f North Dowgta* et'nt, 

r. fa* ™ "" $4250 

iVtoaet' ind* p*n ifrn c # and a hrldM Mtwrv Boa Mr Ba.aior Bve. in#. (m> 

in, 900 $15,750 Viern 

r * K *" , __ _ n Waiiav W**rv howae Orl-O-Matlo I 

Fun Far**- utara Frnm W Baiiev to-w.ll tarpora, irwul.ia, 

(v.nlng* B 4431 larpe Living. ruetoi dint 



Pemberton. Holmes, Ltd 

14*3 Otvernmeni ° ,l,< 



S ven-Oftk BAT 'OovtMiaa 9 
»/ Jw room modern Tudor IM|- 
^«rv houae ftil-O Matte healing Oafl- 
in* a all torpor., inoul.tad all rndma 
large Lt vtng - rvinoi dtnlng-mwm and 

3 bed i am* have an ontieelkod *e* 
View al etr* 1 1 and Olvmwtee One af 
bm* -built and ,rt*e' -attroet iv# hnvw-* 
in Tlvlwrt* Owner roturnlna I* Bu 
rw#a Muel eell guleklv g» lualva 
Hating. 

van FAIRFIELD •*!»*, did 3- room 



H. A Roberts (Vic.) Ltd. 

B 2197 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
Open for Inspection: 

315 IRVING ROAD 
FAIRFIELD 

Sun , Februory 26, 2-5 P M. 
THREE-BEDROOM 
BUNGALOW 
All on One Floor 

Thie do lux* one-yoar-sld etutcu 
bungtlu* ha. to be Mid thl. aeea 
n%t«g to ownar having ooen uani- 
ferrtd to Vanaouvor built uf th* 
vory boat matorui. with Dice en- 
trance and through ball Vary at- 
‘.raetlva hnog-roowi with npen 
llrtp.ace and vtovr of th. ocean 
and pvoar.taino. Three large bed- 
room* aU very toatofully demra-ed 
in lovai) peat* I iftacn end a kit- 
chen with loraw dining eoaca which 
can or.li he deter! bed a* a dream 
Wired for ateetrlc rang* and the 
beet of inlaid Mno Flaatered 
••-airway to baaoment Hot-air 
linatr plprit ta oil room* 
Drive-in garaor with overhead 
ttlt-iop do«r: laundry lube, cove 
celling* Copper plumbing Auto- 
matic hot wator heater. Venetian 
blind*. Chime* Terrarad rock 
garden to front entrance Thu U 
really a lovely home ana being eold 

:“T"” $9500 

(WITH TERMS' 

Cioee •« »ch ooli and boivraan two 
but Mrncoa 
OFFBBA INVITED 
llr. Wright In ationdame 
Eve* and Day* 

B 2197 

COUNTRY GENTLEMEN 
TRULY A SHANGRI-LA! 

Thl* aharmlng m*d*rn home only 
lour mitr Irom th* city lonlrc i* 
etralogically atiuaied an high 
■ round with a commanding view 
of iu own park-ltd* acreage ot 
natural beauty. A picture you 
uon't (orget tn a eaiUng el tail 
evergreen, arbutue and dogwood 
tree* with graon mo*»- carpeted 
roc i and gver -changing gay-aulnred 
wild and doma.Ua flower*. r»ck- 
• M#«. lawn*, pool* And barbecue 
Fourteen aaaortod trult tree*, 
•mall frutla and kttchan gardau 
Com plete ao«lu*lon and privacy 
away from Um notao and buttle of 
town, yet acoeeatbi. within min- 
ute* The piciure»qoe hou*. eon- 
atit. of an enchanting room*, da- 
.‘.gned by on artui (aaturtr,. 
ahip-deck Roaring, plank door, 
with wrought-lmn latch*, and 
htngrt Catemet.t window* 
throughout Dutch fireplace* tn 
tiring -room and den wttft French 
dour, loading to ran-wirmed pano. 
On* latgv 'win bedroom and one 
.mailer gu«»t-tl«e Ulntng-room. 
fully modern electric kitchen baae- 
ment Moarate double ••'**• and 
•hlckcn hnux* Oordanee or no 
gamenar you can keen thla prup- 
erty he.utlful with tulnlmim uf 
effort and lov# every hour »»« 
live there Fan of property could 
be eubdlvlded without loa# of prl- 
vaev. Vou can't * > . 
compare thl* value at 5 • W/V/Uv 
Call the Manager 
Evening*. Dave and Bundaye 

B 2197 

HIGH QUADRA 
Attractive N,H A. Bungalow 

Five good room* romprlting 
ihruagh nail lane living-room with 
open fireplace, dinliig-ruom. mod- 
em cabinet kuehan with Ule tine 
and wired for etoeiflc range, the 
twa bedronme ar* eportnu* with 
good clothe* cloaot* and Fem- 
brok* ha'hrooen Th# foil oewiert 
baeement hoe fireproof carat# 

Hot air he*' with vtukar. oil land- 
•raped wl»h graanhouaa. Con- 
N dared excellent value $QgjQQ 

CaU Mr w.ude Fve. , Day* and 
Bundove 

B 2197 



$4000 FULL PRICE 

$ 1 enrt DOWN im par month taMd* 

I JUU three- mil# circle Four - roeo 
•tucco bungalow. Living- eooao with Dro- 
blar* Two bodrooma with cloU.ee cUweU 
no (i*. hticban. Three- piece bothroom 



GORGE N.H A. 



FtNANCtAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

WATERFRONT 

HOT-WATER HEAT u#e*. n#w tun bout* Tti* u * 

UUM howao. 

A dollghiful etuceo bur.ga.ow only tour , #f C!l/r orean. Bvaa . B 0411 

vaor* o.d. Compritliig through ball With 
lovaly Uvirg-ruorr. di.-.ing-rot-m. two lorge 

bedroom, four-pie. a Feohruka bathroom. fUORGE N H A 

aloetrii ,ab»no» kitchen, ebrorr otwmg iN.n.rv. 

room ahich may be oaod for oh Miro J.jr.a..pig gjae* atuvro « rooou Bnuono* 
bodroom Maple lloora throughoilL Full- Jiving. room with flroplere. oak floor, 

hlflli Baeement wlib Jrlv#-in garage. Thie l0O badroom* wl'h clothe* cloaeta. Fam- 
home *• fully Ineulatod Munal Ltuk. p,*** 6Atn . central h«U *IU» l»ben rloaai 
copper piping in fact, mpotior canetrue- A baoutllwl modarr kttehon New gat 
lion throughout Tit# tot I* W x JIM. .tpv. io«ludOd Ba*»mant w.ih nice Hn- 
nholjr devolopod with plant, of iruU tree*, uhad room, drive-in garage. HA. furnace, 
uood bool Anchorage Owner leaving oltj. uundrv tuba new gae H W hoa’er horn* 

sr-sii $ ii.5oo sr,s/ w% - $7950 

Contact K. C. IdoConnelL Bvei.. 11301 A*k lor CUff Orron. Bvaa . B 0*11 

SOUTH OAK BAY EXCLUSIVE 

OIL-O-MATIC Four-roc-m bungalow. Cadlwro Bay gla* 

. ... ___ eiuccv But /anew through ball large Itv- 

^? H Mw 2L fht 14*^ ir.g-rwcnt with 1%p:.«e two go«r1 IU# bed- 

.TotLa aifUrnurt bail and wuB ^*^5? kuJw'^Uu'tS ? u p- 

*n eetra oadroom (heaiedT In the full, high £ ro “ hath, larga kiukien. ™ *up 



COUNTRY HOMES 
ELK LAKE 

A wioat attractlvo aoodern 4-room etuevw 

bungalow with a br*OJt«ar and alia, bed 



VICTOR t A REALTY 

I T3» TATBS OTBUT Fnoo* E il*4 



p'.are Two bedroom* With tloU.ee aloaeU bungalow with a ftreaioar ond alia l.ed OPEN FOR INSPECTION 

Dood-alaa kitchen. Three-piece bothroom .arage Hae a vary putura-iu# »*mn* ! _ _ _ cna. 

t‘. acre* of good eoll. M ywwng fruit about 100 II. tivm lha lata • U. a orivate I SUNDAY FEB. 26, 2 tO 5 P.M. 

veil New hen bouM Thla U o ftiU orach Thore la ewftMient ocroog# lor on# , nrt o a nr, X n 

UUM hoUM engag# In hulbe or cut noweri. Hae a 2203 CADBORO BAY ROAD 

_ lfr . M!1 eouUietr alone and a location that cannot 

aal (or cm urron. rte* . ■ p, duplicated din ELAT 1 0*1 Bar location New ft- room etwoco 

Frio# _ ............. i I yJiD\J\J I OUKgaluw. Hardwood Loora Full hoaowant 

with laundry tub* *n<1 H A. furnA#* Al- 
ia, had garage Trice wuh a in r Art 



A new 4Vt-room erucco bungalow with a 



1-rear-old glee* atnoeo 4 roowu kmtauM full l aw mt and p.pe lurn.ee with pro- i “rm* »o* c4O0# ca*n often 
halL living- room with fireplace, oak floor, Plelonjaad# for a rumpu* rpom DriveMn 



$10,500 



A fteauului ovoderr. kl'eher New gat 

ttor* locludod Batrmant with nice fui- 
tahod room. dr|ve-in garage. Hi furnae*. 
laundry tuba new gae M w hoa’er Some 

$7950 

Aik lor CUff Orron. Era# B 0*11 



an eiira oodroom iheata 
baaooMnt BuUi for pr 
year* ago of lb* vory 
ond al* *j» kept in 



EXCLUSIVE 

Four-room bungalow. Cadteoro Bay gla* 
■lucto Bntran^ through ball largo It*, 
tng-roora with oKplac* two gwl-tue bed- 
room* with cloth** vloaeu. four-piece Fen- 
broke ba'k. largo kitchen Lou of cup- 
board* elortrta ttova and garbage burner 



im tbeaudi In lit* full, high broa# oaim laige eiicMn. m tow- buD(aI „. oJ Mucco In rnglteh cotug. 

Ui lor prooom owner eight Bo,r4 t , f t 1 *" 4n . d ‘‘f de»ign hae deflnlio oppoui and charm 

the very Boat cl matertaU Beautiful high baMmont. hot-air ^ ur,k »9* (a, un> lwn , window* giim^eaoe ot the P»- 

kopt in Up-top condition , plpo# *« ull room* olootrto hot-water e|flf -od mandi cap be *#en. but ineide 



vtaion -mad* for a rumpue room Drivailn 

R rage and omtr* toUot tn ba*omeni. Th# c flOAH RLIYS 

uae la eitualed an *w of an acre of gom! . -* U DU T i 

^JV h vr.n. k D0M.V*.n M ‘‘‘ hU * COt ' M '’ KT «OMt-Attru«lro ft- room 

ftic** $8500 $7875 

Mr. ■opt. Bwwb. B dPft4 g_ OAKLAND*— New e-room CX*\An 

_, .._ bungalow Aitrartiva term* ^ODUU 

THIS HOME SHOUTS J iuultain 4 -roam bunoaiww. 3 yoore 

■ WELCOME- - ^1; ;r.T : V “' ub “- $7900 

Burdick-Nottinghom Areo . c lanofokd— * .man hem**: 

From w id* Tudor leaded window* and wide ! W “• * « 

c had dowway Walcwin* la tha word ft. OOBOK A l bungalow eOTCA 
In a picture *qu* garde" of lawn and •#. *hu at }(j J jU 

•hmba ihadou oak*, thie Tudor aemi- c ... «. „„ .w_. t 

bungalow of etucco In BnglUh cottage e, “ * ,r l ' irl » enter, on above Bio* ilOI 



5 GOOD BUYS 

I. COCHTBT HOMV— Attruetle* ft-room 

•ungelow, modem rTOTC 

#for9 

k. OAKLAND*— New e-room C/C/-\n 

bungatow Aitrartiva term* 30DUU 

J, HAULTAIN 4-room bunoaiww. 3 , ear» 

eld Large cabinet kitchen. <7 OAT! 
•tc Ftlcod to eel! i / TUU 

4. LANGFORD — * .mail home*: 

• 104# - ftj ftftO - g.7 900 - f* POO 



$8350 



OUTSTANDING VALUE 



WeU-landecapod ” lot with’ large aeiiarata ' haaier. laundry tuba driva-in I totuiaiion. Oil-O-Matlc heat and at: 

garage Ideal location, elo»e to be*<h. Londacapod low Ucee. *U*o ftp ■•• 9 na imiunu g unit moUitalna comfort and I room* 'uviiig-ronm and’ Hi er litre ’ large 
tronaportaiion. acbooi and ehopping <»i - | ihopptng Let m# ahowi you <701^0 • f «h«*»U r Do*ig» la artmic and ptacil al I cabinet kitchen aud epar* room Ut ottla 
tr» r.atepuouol w i i CfiA Uu “ d4B- * h,,w * ■» Large entraned ball. Urge living-room, run ppcemenL hot-air heating and drive- 

value - IrJUUi coll CUff Oroon. Bve* B 4411 4«l»t oround lo« Uroplom: family dining- t » garage, oood g.-den and # Aocn 

cont^t M, Anderion. 0.94* SS ^ ‘ , $ f 950 

I OOK AT THI<k* Tiled flour. Pembroke 4-plooo bathroom c » u J D9**ftn- Bva«.. O >403 

BEAUTIFUL LAKE HILL LUU * Al mW Bit" P^MUI beam. Bnctoaed «airw.y 

, _ k nil 4',-room new bungalow to rut. and «» > tojd* bjdroom. with J-pi-c* b*Ui room $1200 DOWN 

Situated oo whot we ooneider ui bo the BU . Uvlno-room *ih ftroplftoo. Two up- Oak floor* in main room* Full 

uieoit ot/oot In thl* popular dutrlrti* thl* ftU4 p^rc-oma. modern cabinet kitchen Mnw and ea»r ln*wrve« em balance. 

dUUnctlve nvo-rwom eiuc^ bungataw ooii- Blth g lrvlBg nook, utility room Pembroke 9 wUt **. . J»Bn— mtlg 4Hd I vor? rwur-room bungalow, attuatad In tha Oere. 

kich.o^K SS5TO IW l c 1U “ U ( i Fr.‘? P T. $14,000 Thr..-.M M hathroi* NIC. eo,^ 

iKis ss, e^.o'.v JS2S Kirri ■- *5650 - $3700 

Imeement with OIL-O-MATlC HEAT1HO. A»k for Johnoy fame* Call J. Da Man, Bvaa. 0 2*03 

■arage Thl# lovely hoir.a haa many it |C yikAC Tf) DIBN 

5 MODERN rooms FO d the SUMMER home and revenue 

le I genuine value $10,000 tft >40 U the fun prtc* for thla ft-year-oJd Located ta Booth Falrtteld dve wire 

- ._Y cedar aiding bungalow Uvtng-mom >• 11 * Walloon et rue ted S-bedroom cot lag* or worn* down for owner, j room * u it« up 

Contact L E Kirk, Free . B 4733 t 1( n<H)r n | ct dining-room cabinet 9 Urge lot with laerw and garden. Thb 1 ethir* that oat ba rented for ftftO a month, 

kitrhen tile aink 4 -d1o<* Fwmbrok* baUi !• 40 Ideal homo for cowyl* who do not I All iu nice condition Full baaement otl- 



n- 1 ihopptng Lei me ehuw you g -w 

O thu dandy home al l' 

Call Cliff Gioen. Eve* B 4411 



$7950 



maulatton. Oil-O-Ma’lc heat and air-con- Older-lypo aiucea bungalow with two bod 
dlUonlng unit mail, lain* comfort and room* Uving-remn and flieplar*. Ia'« 



economy Deaigu la artietic and praett- al 
Largo ontroned hall Urge living-room, 
bulh around log ftroplaoot family dining- 
room electric kitchen | 



room electric kitchen with tiled link etc 
Twa large bed roc mi with ample cloaeu 
I OOK AT THIS* Tiled flour. Ferobiuk* 4-ptoco bathroom 

LL'Vft. inij. wlth baatn Enr loved atalrwa? 

ThU 4*,- room o.w bung.low U cut. and M » 1 Urge bedroom* •“*> JMUinmb 



room* living-room and fireplace. Ia»ga 
canine* kuehan aud (pare room L* attla. 
Ihill baiement hot-air heating and drive- 
to garegv. Oood garden and e. 0 rn 
fruit trree Only ... J4TjU 

CaU J DaMaa. Bve*.. O >9*3 



ntet. l.ivihg-room with ftreplftoo Tun 
edew bedr coma, modern cabinet kitchen 



Oak floor* In main roome. Full 
label haaemeot with built-in euphoardi 



$1200 DOWN 



oith dining nook, uUluy room. Fern brake £U»d# garajie Bocommended and very 
bathruum High location, good dtouUL P»«»drt». w v , AAft 



Extra low price for gutek 



$5650 



UA ana vaVv ,#Tm * •»*7 intwreet aei balance. 

• ■ * - Four-rowm bungalow, ottuated In the Oeree 

$ 1 4 000 1 Thre»-#Uee bathroom Htee won- 



Atk for Johnny Jamee 



Mr. Cryor, o *Mi 

IT IS TIME TO PLAN 
FOR THE SUMMER 



RST . $3700 

Call J. Da Man, Bvaa. O :«<>3 

HOME AND REVENUE 

Located in South Fairfield tlve at,* 



kitchen. tllO aink. a- piece Fwmbrok* bath. J* * n * 

FAMILY HOME’ REVENUE | LSUSTS'-vSJ ‘ja.*SSr“i-E »“ ' 
HOME? ONE ACRE CITY | bu» « « • bargain tee It Oow. 

Aek for Sian Iran, tree . O 1314 



HOME^ — ONE acre— city 

Well-built right -i own. familr or tevouuo 
homo on one acre of clean land >n the 
rliy. cImo to ochoola and traneporiaiton 
A* a familr hnme, you have eight large, 
clean, call-kept lOoma With full ba*e- 
meni ar.d extra bedroom In baaaeuai.t; 
hoi air piped aieel lurr.ana to ail room* 
Tha acre of land praoonta an opportunity 
of IqU of trult and vegetable! * A* a 
revenue home. It could ba a three -room 
auite for owner and 1140 a month tnnotne 
Taxaa only 1130. Term* 43 004 down 
with bale - '.a of 944 par #0CATI 

month Aaktng prle* ioJvw 

Contact Mr Latto. Bvaa E 43M 

HOME AND REVENUE 
$1500 CASH 



or a "a*# merit Situated In OAB O-Matk heating and drtve-ta wnertA 
near tranvportatiao and ahopping | gara«r Frloa wODUU 

$5950 I CaU Mr, Oowan. Bvoo O 34*g 

Mr. Bennett. Eve 0 4130 a a is c u 1 1 I 



JUBILEE — REVENUE 

II rowoaa— 4 eulte*. triple plumbing 4 room* 
aelf-contalnad fot aaner. oltM 419 >4 



FAIRFIELD 



nnd to i owner plwi 174 14 TT^ NEW taeUfully laid out 4- mere etucco 
monthly. Driv# peat Ull Adh Blroot and *» • b^Gev. rded^ •‘r»a > i na ar 

iak# a look a! ft sood lut a a , a a BtkL'Oftj HlQ rtrl ird iiSktAf 4!<linci 

S8400 u ibwn. haa a large Uvlng-raom with 

" , ' . '• 7, flraulao# I Ur*, bodrooma. otrvamUae 

To view th* in tarter, mil kitchen and utility room. oMo hae a 

Stan Wan*. Bvon O t*44 unlgwe hot wator heating e ynrn 

tyetoiB. Ft ice S/TuU 



CALIFORNIA RANCH STYLE 



ao^wator nmun. S795Q 

Mr Bennett, Bvaa . a 4130 



Thl# brand naw bungalow haa everythin# DDHCDCfT i ii/r 

yaw oould poaaihiy wlah lor. Word, eon- rKUirtL I LABt 

not adequately daoerlb* tha beauty af thla | Half-acr. pteturwogwo 4-rw*m bur.galow 
bow. a WhlM etuero axtortor Front door overlooking Ink# # o z r\n 



to framed tn txpenalve giaaa brteka, large u<KMi , #rm§ $2600 

And tha balanie at 44« per mor.th buy* 1 raaaptlon hall with arch fto baauttfnl Itv- 

an wgb'-vovvn nwwao wHI* a vwMv tee tn# ( tap-roM, It v 11 Walla aeo fu.tahew U wr CT f*fa. O « •• 

own#r and ravanu# of 4*0 par oianth An Waitex wltn ruraeroui buUl-lnt including I 

*cr# of lorely g/aunda with all klnda of I a radio. La, pa otUovtlva ftreplai# ond huge _ . . _ . . . . . , __ 

fruit tree# Thie home le wildly bwllt picture Window One badraom flnuhed in CAuLLDU & MAY LTD 
with hot air piped tumor# and ealra I parguot Woitou and one In handy pine. 

plumbing A wonderful opportunity for J rwilingi in tuxurtcue Upvetry p eater I'em- I 1311 BROAD BTRSST |Q| 

the right man to own hi* own bum* with | oroxc bathroom Modern electric kllrhen i 

a low down paymont and Mt the tenanu , and dining epac* Olillty room, attached 

pay th# balance C7^nn woreehop and garage Baeement aao I — ^ 

Frtred a' JUU farced draft olr-rottditurood Curnar# Xn- 



Mr Crjer Eva* p giei 



owner and revenue of 4*9 per month 
goto nf lovely g/aund* with all kind 
fruit tree# Thla ham# 



LAKE HILL 

Nearly new 4-r*om atuceo bwngatow Bull 
baaement, 0 1! -O-Matlr heal. COQ7K. 
dme-in garaar and tuba l*rtca^pTy/D 

CaU Mr oevaa. Bvaa. O 3444 

COUNTRY HOME 

tn I -wild circle Lrvely alv room ava-aa 
bungalow, altuated among oak traea and 
ahruha Branding on flea acvwa mt land. 
All the room* are largo and ppartnua. 
Bxtro tel lei and enh baatn la ha>om»n( 
Driva-ta garage BIO DDfl 

Frlce for guiek aala ... ... a I Z,UUU 
Call Mr Clark. Bvaa 8 4041 

FAIRFIELD 

Bix -mum **m’ bungalow, with groraw 
aiaia aaubliahed over B 7 D 7 K 

14 year*. S/o/j 

ran Mr Oar*. Bvaa B 4441 



pay th# balance 
Frtr#d at 
Contact M K I 



Branhwaite. Eve* 0 4441 direct lighting throughout. Locator, about 
4 mile* from city on o main btghaay or. 
riAk' RAV CHI ITW. *• • fr# Thl * hoBi# ta at la»B ftJ.ido 

UAhv DAT JUU I n 1 underprtcad Soring la CIA AAA 

, .ui. i.r.. holtovin* 9 I U/UUU 

t bungalow wldt largo lot fnr a.,, n iiu 



GORGE WATERFRONT 

lively 4-r»owi modern homo four 
bedroom* hardwood floor*, bright 
modern eaMno: kitchen, large at- 
tractive living-room Oraund*. 
which elope to th# Oorge ar# well 
laid out In plant* and ehruba A 

$13,400 

Call Comm Wurtela Bvaa Dart 
and Sunday* 

B 2197 



Lovalv flve-raom bungalow wl'h largo lot . o,.„ * 

and all largo ruoma Full oameat baaa- *“ ,or 8 * n * 

maiit, hot-air furnace 'wrier le ill and 

S “r“; rU,M ,w _ $7500 OA> 

WU 1 alan eoneliler exchange for amailtaur- THREE E 

room bungalow In Jamea Bay. oqait3 
around 4) ouo Only 4 »**r* aid. a 

Contact N C Dokkor. Ire* . Col l»4J {JJ m « 

dining-room attra 

CITY OHi why not lot on 

5-ROOM BUNGALOW u ’Z**L bu# « 

V*rr waU-bullt fiv#-r»nm bungalow with 

full barenvrnt OutomoUC coal etuker, hot T A V/l /hr 

air furnace Planned with through halL lAYLLJr 

lovely Uvlng-room with flreplar*. dining- _ 

roam, two nine large bodrooma. iwo-ni»,» 341 Tax T airs mt 
bath and toparala tailor, bright cabinet 

kitrhen, utility room off kilrhen with 

laundry tube Drlve-ln baeement garage 
Niro gardon lot. Cloao to tranapartatlori 
and ahopplng Taaae 474 Betra bed- 
room from concealed otalrway 43 MM VA/LJIT 

227th. wr “ •* p#r $6000 WH IT 

Coolant Mr Latin. Eva* E 4310 



Aak for Bran Bvane. Bvrv . C 9344 

OAK BAY 

THREE BEDROOMS 

Only 4 i*a re aid. and loaatod on a earner 
lot oo HAOtpahira Road ThU U a iovaly 
hum* Llvir.g-fuom U I4al4 guavt ■ »• 

dining-room, aitracttvo aloctrla fciicnen 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

Real Batata and Insurance Agent* 
Member Real Betato Board of Victoria 
111* BROAD BTREBT O Ilf 

JUBILEE DISTRICT 

EXCLUSIVE 



dining-room, attractive electric kitchen, g five-room home of character 
OBI Why not let me fthow it » i AAA i »r*4*h| enlraneo haU, Urge ltvmg- 
ta you at. ^ ’ Z»OUU , with beamed retllng and ‘.apeatry 

Aek for Stan Bvane. Bve* O 4344 "Egf*- Suihi;/*^. bttohea wtrec 



CENTRAL REALTY 

SONS Til nnv Bf N EFT Btlftf 

. Agvnt* CHARM — HIGH GORGE 
of Vic art. SPECIAL $6000 SPECIAL 

O flTJ Her* U Vrqly a rare boy oo a etreol #f 
lovely bawiva. ThU cute bungalow haa a 
eream etucco flniah and brand new Durofd 
ICT IW4f There ta a lart# llrlng-rvwm vllft 

open Sr# vary nlr# cabinet kltahen with 
oil range Inrludad. I o#nd-ela#d badrnema 
ract*r com- • |, h large claaeta 4-plece Fvtnbrak* harh 
living- room room and a utitltv room Juet off th# 
pen -y brirk i kitchen Sepaiato garaga and a beaufi- 
■n wired for I fultv Smahed lot Thl* 1* welt wnr'h 



TAYLOR SPITTAL 



„ a |'M ('.replace, dining -room, eitchen wired for ! fulty Smahed lot Thie 

eiaeinc ranee, utility toom, tw# bedruoma. your Inepvctlan and la a » / r\T\f\ 

ond bathroom Naw Duroid roof, aaparav* gt»od btiv at larma ftOwUv 

*— r * I rxf9ga. boauWfwi garden. Idoal fur ro- Ur 

I AL tlfvd raupl* few ftteo* Cloea to vtorea i Sunday. Mr rryce O o#33 

and tramp* nation. Priced # ,r«A 

O4)0d 0 4304 y*r gum* »aie . _ 565UU ' MODERI 

Aak for Mite Courtoall. Ere*. 0 4317 _ . ... .. ___ 



WHITTOME'S 



LAKE HILL 

Uood rMldvntlol area Brand new mod- 
ern eturco bungalow Wlfh living- rowm toe 



four -pier# bothra 



MODERN 

3 LOVELY BEDROOMS 
Better Oak Bov, Near Willows 

Thla evtre-aell-buiif one-raor-Old afu#-# 
bungatew la built On the t-plan allh 911 



modern 1 runm* #n an* floaw. atvd can net be ta*urh*d 



HOME AND REVENUE 



MARIGOLD DISTRICT 
Owners Transferred 



• it- -.h#n Fun laeemant driva-in garago anywhera In Victoria fur thU prka Tne 

hot-air furnace piped to all room* Ck>a# * 14 * L-ahaped hall hae parqueted oak 



$6850 



I have aovarai attractive Uetlng* ot home* . h|U t ,gi n , bunaalow la IP» 

alth rovenuo. Vartnua prkoa and t#rm* ' Tai onl* aweea minuiae from the 

* oc *‘ ,n * «“* " , Xu&Sff 'uvlTd -r#Tm V?* Iirapiaee 



REVENUE— $100 MONTHLY 
OIL-O-MATIC HOT WATER 
HEATING 

SubatantieJ city hum# In good rev* 
nn location Four room* avail- 
able fo# rener. Timbor and etuceo 
ogtertnr Flrat-rleee r#ndl'lcm 
th-oughoMt Capptr clpl-g Du- 
rold roof •* 000 eaeh hand'**. 

Low taaaa Full prico Inrlud- 

3,“"" $ 10,000 

Call Mr Arundel Bve*., Da<e and 
Svmdo ye 



t>po of property. 

Contact P O Wliiiame. Bve* O 4dof 



1344 OOVKHNMBNT mUOTT 
• 1013 #r E tMt 

Member ot the Victoria Real Estate Board 



central ball, two bedroom*, bright eamnet 
kitchen dioett* and Femb'ob# nainroam 
Oak floor* end roved aei 'ngg In main 
room*, beautifully decorated Uira ighout 
tub baaement with rurqaea and garage 
Oood gar iter. Law !•!*• Apprugtmciel) 
49 <M# caah Balance 444 mwaih at ft A 
Kitchen at! rang*. Venot.an bJH it* lino*. 

s sr - *. $8150 

Aak foe Mr F Boeier. Beeoingt O 3ao4 



to tronepoviauon. Immodtaio 
pwaeoirloc. Full price 



NORTH DOUGLAS 

rxcLCsn-B 

If you are looking for a neat and com- 
fortable ft- (worn etwee# bungaiftw be pur* 
to engulre about thla woU eonatcu. t#o 
home of 4 room*, with apaclou* living- 
room, hardwood floor a. I good-et#* b^- 
rooota t piece bathroom modern kiuban 
attached matching garage Situated #n 



dloov and Mad* to eeerr mom •• foltowa 
Through leaded door* le beaoUfUl living- 
room with large Ampler* and tha fin#*’ 
nf oak n#ora aa all main roome have th* 
dining rnnm la guoat-aWa and tha 1 
la attra large with long while UI# drain- 
boa, da, amp I* fiuah ruptwa/da. wired tor 
range brvaklaat bar. etc . th* bathruom *• 
full deiilh fnr powder vanity, phta Fcm- 
broba Scrum*, and 'he badrooma are eg- 
celiant, ana la twin bad a la* and all h-v* 
«m» cupboard* with light* tnatdd. Bvrry 
room hae two-tone Upaotry plaater aiaept 
the animated ft Hr hen Tha baaement la 



B 2197 
GORGE 

On high part nf Oorga atuactlva 
four • room bungalow with eitet- 
lan« gardan quarfer ar.ra living 

room with hardwnaM floor* #nd 
op#n fimplgcv, 1 good- 1 ' r# bed - 
room • cove eei'mgo. cable#* bit- 
Cher and tiled atnk. UtUliy roam 

Detached garage Only two mtn- 

szrzr $5990 

Coll Mr* Burbidga. B*#a Da*e 
and Sundava 

B 2197 

OUTSTANDING VALUE 
SPLENDID COMMERCIAL 
SITE 



144-Foot tract##* comer Quadra and 
King* Depth IM f**l Oppoelta McLean a 
Cak* Shop 

BfCCLDKXTt L1ST7NO 

Roiow ma'bot value c * 

Quirk a* to 9* 

CaD Comm Wurtel# 

Bveninge. Day# and Boddare 

B 2197 



$2250 



Uv» with fall aemvnt *a*4men|. furnace 
fl replace and a fin# gardan i 3 room* «p 
ranted at 134 $4 per moeifh OOOD LO- 
CATION FfTu $6850 



Modara aftuavA bung* lew af * hae ransio. 
nroaldaw. aabinm kltehan, Fvmbrw b * bath- 
room moo itvtag-rnam and i paad ■ or- 
room* Full aamon- baaemewt, aeparato 

• arar* Fkeoiiani **-d#n *pa«* 0*9# 

loeatton and iav»i af th# law tC7^n 
prle* Mt only 9J/-JKI 

McCANDLESS REALTY 

*44 FORT STRntT FWOITB B4MI 

Bveeiwtsei 

O 4944 or O 9*44 



INSURE TOTH CAR OR R044B 

THROnOR 

H. A. Robert* (Vic.) Ltd. 

nil DO CO LAS rrRRRT 

B 2197 

ftp* 1 aland Off'w* ot Dan.** 

Nanaimo Courteney and 

Pen AJMPfit 



room, dinette, madam kitchen. 1 bodroom 
and Pembroke bathroom on each aide 
with beeemetit aod furnace under each. 
Suiaiod oa a earner lot In the Oorge 
giiy eld* It l* a nice appearing white 
at urea with DureM roof LlttM ov ne re 
pair* for year* Revana* of *49 coming 
In from each igulia and a eacanev far 

-.*•* $10,850 

GORGE 

Seucae bungalow ta epicg-apap rnndltlan. 
and eitaatad an a ninety landevaaed lot, 
Compriaee an: ranee ball. I bedroom* one 
alth waU-ta-aall -aroet 1 -ywai bathroom, 
bright kitchen aKb oil rang# Full baae- 
ment. furnace and drlva-in garage Thie la 
* good buy end gwner will c/ncn 
take 43 .#44 dawn. Price — J07jy 

FAIRFIELD 

ThM tg a rood tv U a gtaeoa bung.Uw 
built I rear* •#*. eniraivee haU. large Uv- 
lng-room, oak floor and earn HcooIaao. 
Vory mldira kHahea with bar and wm*. 
Twa bad mom • and Pombreha bathroom, 
run baaameut furnace end rwaow* room 
partiv flniah ad Reduced for cq , r\r\ 
guiek aal# (o only JOSUU 



W# Invlt# you bo Helen ta aur new radio HIGH GORGE 

program. Ouy Lombard" end BU Ratal Evening* 

Canadian. a~H huadai r.rvntng an CKt»A Hot WotRf H«Ot Mr Millar O 4314 . Mr Burton Jr , E U41 

IriifTI 7 Of ll* 1 )0 IJfO •• tO®IF 7f4lO . , h n u1i 

dial Charming 4-room gluroo bur»ai«w, eaa- “ r - 0 , 9 

tilting of through ba'.:. Ilving-iaom oltn 
DUPLEX Oltractlv* firepigr*. dln.'.t# two irigbi 

bed loom* good f*» rabiael kileh.n alrtd 

JUST THINK OF THIS «»r Automatl* hoi-w.ter heating 

JUJI ’ ,r,,J electric water heetor Caneealed 11 * 11 * to I nv/CI V unnCDKl * 

S300Q DOWN two room# upguirx F-eli e*m«ot baaomtst A LOVELY MUUtKN 

LAJWrd Uiu» drive- m « *reg* Lot artf xif eHt Dl iklTAI AW 

x ai.:* bT-aid* duoiej fact I y*gr* g.d laadacaped Clog# t« but and K"" 'o* tSUNOALUW 

for only #14##d and it can be purrhaaed u, “ Clear tIU* Frleed ta $7950 high UP wm A PANORAMIC VIEW 

with g) *64 dawn It cnrMau 0 f living »*U gulcAly H,OM UP W|TW * 

A at for Mr. F Honor. Bvtnlr.g* O 1HI 



attached matching garage inflated an |j| t tntms iM) biuhen. Th# baeement ft 
• lerg* lot >44 a 147». IhiUy deveiopod rail pith high vaneret* waft* fornae 
with o good variety of fruit-tree end grtve.m gerege end long window* Nieiv 
newly landacopod tn frwat. Fully inew g* T .i*pad property In lawn*, rwrtory. ou 
jptod T.rme con bo or ranged Price include* V.neuan blind*, lino# to 



Price JVVW 

Earning* 

Mr Miller. O 4114 - Mr Burton Jr . E 1341 
Mr. Fried, O M14 



A LOVELY MODERN 
BUNGALOW 



FAIRFIELD 

On Good StrtRt Close to 
SEA AND PARK 



FROM ALL WIWPONt CENTRAL HALL 

PLAN A ORACTOOR UVTNO • ROOM WSMM 

maafi m a H rOf | B'F 



WITH F7RBPI-ACR. RtfTtT-IN BOOK- or , l# 4 Rochwoal lo.u.alod aaiurge 

t'ABBS OAK FLOORS A LAROB KIT- new Dwrol# roaf do-iolo gorea*; a Ian in 
nBN AND DINETTB WITH BBAVTIFL'L eluded furnieMi.g* eweh aa 



Price Include* Veneuan blind*, line* ond 
10 available for gui't aaeeeeelan Act feet, 
aa M4 cannwt be dapfc.Ud $ J 2,600 

Sunday. Mr. McAdatM. O 3934 



BURDETT 
Near ths Cothadrol 
SPECIAL OFFER IN REVENUE 
$2000 DOWN 

Raikipg dU'.aaaa to ottv *«ntr*. Jaat Off 
Fort Afreet on Fairfield tide r.ealt o#< 



FTTTTNOS TWO UtROB BBtmoOMS AND 
BATBROOM HOT - WATER NBA TINO HANflr 



. , RATHHOOU ROT • WAITER MBATINO 

alow aon »u ting af largo l*- _ f __ .mrun 

th flropiaao famiii mm dla- YlMCt, LA UN DRV TUBS. ATTACHED 
1 at not Utah on with naok and oaRAOE WITH OVERHEAD DOORS. 

RRDUCKD PRICE <Q7nn 



HOWARD B CRAIG 

Member af O** Baal Batata Board 
Oanwr Vlaw amd Qaadra Oflftca, S 1X3 
I cuing* FTMta* Mr. Carp* a tar. o IMA 



lng-rwwaa with llrvplaae faMlf Mi* dlu- F 1 ANT. laixixii xwm. *,«*»*" 

tng-raom eaMaat KltMtan with nook and oaALAmB WITH OVERHEAD DOORS, 

w rad far ranee. Iw* bad -warn*. Pembroke _______ ..... 

bathroom Fu T bucmtnl with mtra ream. RRUhCKD FRICB $ 8700 

bat-air furnace with «oal otakcr. eoaorgtg tB .. 

1 arage Nine garde* With fruit Hoe*, lot >_ «_» u r p> tnr u 

I SVol and fonoad Hava* U wall 4 dl>- ** W ^ 

atrurtod. he* mv alamb.ng and oowaar 

pimng Frue $8950 OIL-O-MATIC HEATING 

With Term# IN OAK BAY 

** SSrmUT I TRIE wm -COHtTHUCTBD HOME IB IH 

A EBCi nDKD FART OF OAK BAT. AMD 

1 »_j va/i_iiTT/-»aac 8 rn mA * * T ** TTm *° rrm ccmrr*rT*m* 

J. H. WHITTOME & CO- livino umo-nnem puia with 

I IAjUTFD nicr fwbflacw. oooo-«bbd oinino- 

1 CU rrTTKD BUFFET. OCWT DEN 

P4I OOVBRNftAEWT ST wrrp r i I I BP CUPBOARDS AND FIR* 

VICTORIA. BC. PLACK BATHROOM AND NTFARATf 

T*iapti*ne 8 tlftft TOILET, THREE BEDROOMS WITH 

BUILT IN DRAWERS. AND A FLBABANT 
— ETTCKEN WIRED FOR R4P*OE OOOD 



IOE KIT- new Du fold rnni Meooto garaao; 0*0 m- 
kAt/riFl'L eluded. forr.iaMi.gv Hwft aa bed* dreawr* 
eabineiA Unen*. dlaha*. FOUR GAS 

■OMA and RANurnet aiea eaa I and vug gftava 
MIA UNO HANGETTM. plea e-val end wnad .Nn* 
TT ACHED ■*** 4F» ro » • IAA PER MONTH ha>* 

Iivbftg quarter* Taaaa lag Fnr ** 

DOORS, paibimaal ta v»#w or further infaewiettan. 
wo -7 Arv 4i**aa edii Mr Pal rich. B 1141, dav or 

$8700 g[ Jaaa J6300 

And balance aw wry reap enable tarsi 



VICTORIA, BC 
Telephone B ftlAft 



PRETTY SPOT ON 
OUTER GORGE 
Hor-WofBf Hooted — Scenic 

< ft ft /ft/ft Dawn- flea year* aid. feu*- 
JJJw rooaa eager atvek** with utility, 
at a* an finubed attic *aae* Imarw#'*# 
aatia walk la onuanaa. UVXHO-ROoM 
epprax I* * 34. oat naarg. beautiful gran- 
It* firaplaco, French Haded doar* la 
another an. ail Patio trimmed with orna- 
mental ironwork Ma.ter bed roam, twin 
bed «ire. *ao«r>d amaliar B R Btaena-fo 
Fambraba Mfth fUftUCW With pedaa'al 
hatin. rondel gttrh.a with full gampA- 
roart af cabieetg. pee gatata d-uavatu H W 
tank. Inlaid Una Baaement with MOT* 



UBbdBiri EASEMENT WITH OtL-O-MATIC WATER FURNACE, aaparate aarag* r«cl- 
nnT . ant nrRRACE. LAUNDRY TUBS, garden ammo nalwrgl i#h »pr*co #v 



WAlPMILP CITY HALL "ctt air fubnace. laundry tubs. 

HALP-MILfcLM rnALL^ bfparatb oara/tr drafrb and oil XU rSTW CTbK •«- 

CLEAN 5-ROOM BUNGALOW rrors to comfi^tb this attrac- aiangmg ham* u #*'y . 

_ . -7 c/ft— A -orklhg-.n . heme, ruall, T.VB BUY TBB FWC* RAS BEEN DBAS- 

$4750 rimaa. SUB a ibr*a«h W TTCAIXT C UT TO $9500 



a.arn- A workmd»*n • bam*, full! ^ 

$4750 *Maa. with a through ball TTCA1XT CUT TO 



rear af a* opart r Regular boa oervlce ana 
block Fvi: prir# for thU •«- W 7 Q/ft/ft 
.landing home la eatf - 9/0 \AJ 

Far aaaatntfueat ta new. pleaaa oall Mr 
PatrMS, UNi. day or night ar San -let 



HOT -WATER HEAT 



$6300 



FOUR-STAR AUTO COURT 

siruatad apRo-tf . 

r J? “T;:.rrur ‘ 

lion 

Islond Investment Co. Ltd. 

VM vnrw STREET FRONB 0 7190-7 

71 KXOIANGl UAL «TTAT» 

ryWlADO OOOD *%4CT04UA RRYBNUb 
I S W HH - »*r «ks4 Fr alrtd firm. WeSo 
'441 Ca«Ar*B g W 

xftSI&S ssr 



JOJW 4 -atari haw* Cbooo ta park 
and aea Would m*t* erroUem rev- 
• nue pradurar Saar term* 

In Mr Raima -Browing* 0 1444 

S I O c AA“* ,, * 11 * r! altuouan Two 
I Z JvJU sari Kona* I ,*an old I 
room* an# bathinam dawn and 3 bath- 
room* ard bathroom upatatr, targe 
lai. improvog ground*. 



"OAK BAY DUPLEX" 

Exaoltdii epcattuntly U pnrabaao tovol# 
u report* with Tl-fl fraMad# aa »»«» 
Driv# seven *pa»tu«* riaoaa Ratra 
p (inn king in b*mm#»if T*» IMBfr Wi lt 
duplex taadlh HOT WATER BKaTTNO 

WfTH COAL NTOKrN Immadl.la p*a»a- 
•iga and *e0 warta tnveetl- Sift K/ftA 
gating LOW PRICE 9 I Z, JVA J 



OORGft THIS LOYELT 4-ROOM BUNQA- 
LOW, aturco, bojlft of ban malarial* I V* 1 
vel» year* agn Oak fWara *a». eaU.i aWtrway "J* 
►acb t* 3 aior* roam* high baaamer.t. aula- *n# 
Btra matte wot *tn«W. drtw-tu garage and 
WIU many ether laatwrao naake thl* STQC/ft 
TWO noma • roalty yw# buy 9 / r Jv 



MOUNT TOLMIE WAY S® ™ 

FULLY INSULATED Sf W. m. 

H.UU and aitraottw .ewe. baM.law 

wr*, U^y^^LTtgTB^a EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
% t -M M u r r^ T0 CLOSE AN ESTATE 

sussrvi 2 lots. 9 rooms, garage 

slooly fiuad sathroam Full bawmvnt * 

piped bai air heading drive- m gar*#* with * .a*a Aaxed far tB'» eery immfwrv 
orvarhaad *«wt Large N HA morigao* j4VjU able t-krfmd h(Hh«. Tftli 
•••liable mull e*ay maaihty pavgoe*'* or property hag fletr.g-r-.am dew 4lr,n,«- 



plaa la aaatiew eaMntas. iBt* hoam ha* l<m yrt AH OFFER' WF-»w 

I bodrodwM. ltvi, g-reom d'n'rv*-rti*m u S»#*m 

l*rg« kiirhen and bathroom Cernsl haw- "* ^ 

mast with furnaee Bewly pair tad awl- 

Sf Tti IS. 5r?S *- >- *■“ “ ■- •“* *•"“ 

Fair lev** gauM a# *rr»n g *« 

t vr. , ,c.wc . kt .M r FRASER BISCOE'S 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING nm »h:i 

to close an estate m tti73 Mr Fr* n ct* snap 



flu NH prtn* $9450 1 puutfT bhwa, Up. 9 largo b* dream* *nd 

ginreroam. aim a n*w otl In a RBI atweu 
CAiDCICI n B*aar»io garage aeveral Iran tree* trvd 

FAIKFIELD fin* flow#? g.rden Tens* «an b* ar- 

». . . ■ a., m . . .. ranged, far ttlarum *. »>•■* ahawe Mr 

High Location — Oil-O-Matic mrSo. siiti day or *igv 



$26,300 



WEEK-END SPECIAL 
4 ’S -ROOM BUNGALOW 
2 YEARS OLD 



many ether laatnrm (wok* thl* STQC/ft 
home a roalty gn-d buy 9/VDU 

$ 2000 — $ 2000 — $2000 

YEAR OAK BAT - dUBST ANTIAU.Y 
nriLT ft- mam bung* lav. all room* ara 
lory* and le fin* ewwgmen Ri wgfc w l, 
full k#aem*f" with alio v»W* room 
Law«ly earner tea Him dio*r«rt. <<tV« 



SS* JS LLOYD'S REAL ESTATE 
vrii Sm'Xttz. si and insurance 



FAIRFIELD 



tag# bi-ansnano vtrbnt 



^ Ujf.4 fy , s - I 

Situated an a fully improved etrwi b.r_#y s TrtArt^ ** ** V t _'*?**. > TT r M (wit bwrtng 

rJr-stii tcjssc i ~ hawkes foster, ltd. > 7 222.Tr r -- -r 

•lav* larva nodroowi aiealy fMtad bath- .talrwar with dam otl far oamtaent „ 



poaaeaglen 
FULL FRICB 



rzcnrt - 4-y*«r-aid «-raam BJVmilww __ . *-•••#* 

50DUU FuB Mgh Wvewieo: Hot-air ExC#ll#ht ConditlOfV— $5250 

haat fruit trea* famltero aiao foe 

gale U wanted Ba,ly paMVMtar, UmM oa 0 good *tra*' With fk»* W»aU 

gov Mr Mari-an- VvUiibg* Albion 97T ham#*, Jna* aU*»* a blow from HaaitatK. 

Nvwndv. atnion om«ar*-»*-*iwd mom* Ooaftghfttpg Hvteg- 

ft n( ft - if A FRONT A Of A MtuH H2JTA2r < ihJIIi 

26,300 rai.tr witbkft l» mirutm of M KT Vt imtiX 

dir appra* 19 aerm an —ln.nl A ^ "‘L'alf Hah ilhardh BOMadM 
vvtt cwbo'tnt!*! apartaa* HPl-bonn- ^ ^ JL u, ( 

Vvw with lovalv HvIng-roaWi »UI Five »»*•• * 

H t r cl M . h* rgwa*d Taor* N W Neat- ""•* *• 

#d *«tna»«it* fnmar* ThM peoaom 

•"*■»**.( ea M.r vl.h a— 11 ark*** $W|NERT0N & CO. LTD. 

lawn*, graaa paddorta, grlvaie beavh 

and gfartdW — Vldw «d BRODO W TOW BT ■ 7I#4 

Boa Mr. Edward* N v en t aga. B **» g M Igga 



„ • dining- roam. ommtortoMto tea with fire- 

i;; ’ plor-K larga badragm atrntv mud both 

_____ yg — l . guad-Mm m has WRB gftfptr ot 
$7700 « W » H rM wired far r*na# etmrt area* 
Mt <-uv t MM -room, raoraalad ctgT.wgf ta 1 bod 
w foww And exit* *Wgt ««< 4 tf re fMI 
“•iTT... bate mam laundry, nv# OllOMatlv hat 



L— tad aa • good a'ragi w»»h iu** 
homo*. Jam ab*a< a bleak from Haa, tain. 
Oon*r* » ateod ra*w>» QoRftdftB f Rg Bvtng- 
rmn with ffraplaw I badraaiRA. bafthrddMb 
roatno* bHrhea a • lllti rodaa »nd ghtraga 
ream. Nm* Mfdt Mi kvt And gardan 
Swat avwr half **S Will handle ft»u*«u 
•ah*a W t iM plaa* an l ptao* to »N 



ki.ifiT I Wii^llkffll •*» fnmaea MmoIMiMu MRdfuM gurag# 
LV kll R iga I-NN4 MN. W4 Wid aatiaider honpe far bhugal'.a I* 

tot BewMrard uroot cvm. le heapi «l $9500 



STUCCO BUNGALOW 
NEAR SEAFRONT 



atalrway with dear off gar upaamiwi 
Baa— oi to high aa# dry wNh drtvo- • 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

1414 DOUOLAN NTH EFT 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 

FAIHFIBU) Raw and Madorn 4-rmvm 
Owauai-.'V Oood tavwtian V#ry larga irr- 
ing-ruvia. ago* firepiaok, altra madam 
bUUl - la gilehar,. MMftg MR I Ulgl bad 
(dam* wall fitted with riooou, 4-pte-a hath 
room oat floor* •M«»gnvui Full high 
baa* —wl ThU M leOeed a bargain and 
aouid I*dl bo aaftt far the pr— en a ftft 
aatad Fflew lumai 30*tW 

FA1RF1ELO, Very bipo UaglHi. ft-bad- 
rooaa eungaMv, la perfect tandflion Full 
ouevaaoni garago. Bu4-w*tor Mufttpg Two 

r d lot*, aumly uf frulU, Urg* aod *maU. 

full bearing A gmai ho— a Qpwftft 
gairig rvdy ri-.oaa at ' term* • dOUW 

OAK BAt 4-room gfucro bungalow Urge 
roe a* * , open fireplace, fall haooment. fur- 
»**• and afl mod era ennveaienau*. v#ry 



NEAR SEAFRONT $4975 

About *»» T**r» old. targd Nrfw# iaaa _____ hrouw 

25LK-K2 jra^kjsrrr.*. $3750 ssr - . 



lot Boulevard wrawi Cl«*e la haopt al 

HALF CAEN will — ve you to a j C ft/ft 

ha Bb iw 1 g-ud Buy. . 9^*0 



8V f 4Q R 

Mr MrDuuuld B 1493 Mr ■•r.marb 8 37*7 

HALLMARK & CO 

IT! CKNTRAL B1DO UM YIEW BT 
• 1411 



STEWART CLARK & CO 

Re*' tor«*t - fttartgugu* • Inaurap-w 
lit PCMRSHTON BriUHNO 



FAIRFIBU) cl— |a- Reveni 
month, with oka vwtfta toe 
DewUla gar ago full baa.dftOPL 
IgimU'lr wator haa la* All 

run tad Included. 



$7150 



$8400 



fin tan *d w nag— out a— 
driv*- la garage Termg ar- 
rar gad A g— buy at 

Bvaamga. O ftMd 



$8750 



lor a e*nn| I 

W* have buy*** Nr 
pa y— r«a Am* 9 

,«•••! -*ad apart— u 



G 1011 



G 1933 



•VVNiNOd: 

Mr CuatuncK f BN 



H. CAUFIELD Efifi 



w ** AN BLDCRtY CtyrmMM FtAADiaU I- 

raau amiof*. large gfigpkd 4a reread* 

a - b*4hf#a*a Idveiy garden rMsf »a truna- 

PonaMan oameOwy fv w ft wc/ft 
iiiiiiI fit nn *Moi Frftoa em 4 f B J / 

y.Tjs: the city brokerage 

aboui |pft* ' tdtB BLXWBH ARD NT FWGMB • 4 PM 



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HOC HE* FOR BALK 



■ortis FOR SALK 



■Ot’SKI rOR ftAUC 



HOL'B&I rOR SALE 



■OL'filS FOR KALI 



HOLSEI l'OR SALE 



Catlti (EnlnntHt * c -. &«*- 1*5# 



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HEISTERMAN & CO. 

CITY— 7 ROOMS 
$2000 Cosh Down 

A*d M b*r w>nUi. A raal goad yaveua* 
dOBonunity. *>*b four iKirMu rooms 
%«d I-pl*cd Fambrpk* baUi dour. * M„ 
9*»*dm »ulU ai* toll*. upstair. y u ll 
baraiue/.t with aura lolltt l>pi-eir fur- 
••**. ihfrmomi control]**! laundry tubs 
•tc Ciera to erhpol and bus and t>« 
fun aaklng prle*. »TC/ A 

$75^3 

far Mr Wright. R*» , O B797 

CITY— $9450 
OIL HOT-AIR HEATING 
Bobem«nt Suite Self Contained 

A Vary attr acute l- room trutig aJu* vllfe 
rawT** 1 r**e*)u* and lul « »*aia oW. 
H II A tn or la as* ■( II Ml can 0* muntd. 
CO mar lot clot a to guod bu* ■•nln 
*ah«K<la and ••ora* !l you ar* In Ilia 
" VY* J? r •»*"•«' 'nf rood. M* u>l» on*. 
A.k for Mr. Wrtghl. I ||Il m Km U BI*7. 

NEW BUNGALOW 
THREE BEDROOMS 

Rl«h Hillside rloo* to bu* H»v binge 
«ow, comprise* Ihrtng-rocm with handsem* 
flrrplaa*. dl nolle, cab-rat h|eh«n U)r*a 
baoraott* and Pembroke bathroom Pull 
eamant battmnl, hot-air h*»t to all 
room*. Hardwood Boom. gnv* eetilngs. 
and vary good eanslructlan Mull be told, 
and prised far quleb aala at 

•Pit 57950 

Call Mr. MiiehaQ. Eva* O *B4B 

SASEENOS 
Woterf rontons 

A'traeum property inehid** biodarn eadar 
aiding rrrtdrnr* comprising large living 
room 7tiM with ilia flr»plaeg. two 
specious hadi lotn* ana with twin closets. 
“ r l* Biodsrn klirhan. wirad for rant* 
a«J Pembroke aathroom. Through hall 



KER & t 

STEPHENSON l 

WEEK-END HOME BUYS 
JAMES BAY BARGAIN 

SIX ROOMS in thla weil-oan- 
• irurted Bungalow a Ut- 
■Jftgf. klUihan ai.d r OCR 
UMDROf-tua. Newly dacoralad 
throughout and vary al- 
traetW* mu ***,«! bara- 
rnent with II a piped fur- 
'll* li ooo murigags mar 
b* aa.un.ad and m* fail * j ruin 

one* u * v*rr b« 54000 

LIBERAL TERMS 

A really fina home in a nlc* 
riVX room* in mu 
stilus l* sided ham* with Du- 
mid roof. Utioi-rsMo am- 
ine -room k.ichao with brand 
o«w alcctrir rang* included 
**• h^rooma Psmbrrt# 
bathroom and utility room 
Pull cam art baaemari with 
■A AiFfS lurnaes, laundry 
tub*. Thl* bom* ha* poiirhed 
floor* and Vtntuau blind* 

In fim-rlaj* r e n d III * n 

throughout. and Ih* gar- 

dan conuina frait treaa. 

lAwna. thruba and Hah pool 

r*«aa only Ml 13 too CAR If 

will handls. ha lane* at ltd 

par month Full «ZO/V\ 

prico onlr 56JU0 



OAK BAY 

South Of thO At.nut near pserh §olf and 
bu* Plvs-ioein aun«aiww conal.Un* uf 
•irtna - room with fir*pla*i and oa a floor. 
• nuance t all, good via* dining room 1 
nin* Bedrooms. larg* Kitchen a*d utility 
mom. Lot M a Ur with lot* of small 
frutU. shrubs bulb*. Owner ewono 
U sorter r*d Prlra Uermn J/ JUU 
Pl«*a* Alt fee Mr Quinces B***.. O Urn 

OAK BAY— EXCLUSIVE 

Uplands borer* Must aUraatiis nr* Here* 

alt- room bungaloa Through ban. lovely 
lart* ll*litg-roem with itrepiar*. oat roof, 
family -alaa Blnlna-rima*. ihre* me* Bed - 
I raonu. 4-pa* Pemnrak* tilth A draam 
aiietun with oof!** bar and dining spec* 
Pull bagaiqasi with hot air boat W« be- 
; lie.* UiU le the b«*l eaiua an in* marart 

Ixz'jr s 1 1 *000 

P)#*M All for Mr Uali 

FOR YOUR SELECTION 
OAK BAY 

Pi** - room atuoco bungalow, ,a« 

drlva-m gar*** Upland* alopa 104UU 

P1»# - room iluti* bungalow, drlva - In 

SST SI 0/900 

Se«*n-rnom tiucco **ml-oungalow dn*a-tn 
garag*. Otl-O Matte hgat g i «) /no 
South of th* Arrau* JlZiOUU 



HICKS & FARRANT 
REALTY 



171# DOUGLAS ST 

Opp I I C. Btorg 



PK ONI S IIM 
Parking Me TraMam 



NEAR THE SEA 



plan Opilalr*. i*o fhiUhed b*droom*. 
ta*i*Tal)r da^oratad and light flnora 
throughout fin* ba»*m*ut with pla»irrad 



In Uia popular WUlow* dU- 
met fou n find thU appeal- 
ing *ioeeo bungalow. Ha* 
larg* living -room dlnir.g- 
raca. a amart kitebon and 
two aig aedrooma. Main 
room* hat* hatdwoad floor* 
and th.* ham* i* wired lor 
rang*. Pull remeni baie- 
mant with HOT AIR rUR- 
HACS and par*g*. Thla la a 
ranUr fin* ham* bur for 
th* low priM of 



garag*. Oti-O-Matic h«*i e.d t-ftA 
South of th* Aernuc O I Z, OUU 

Sci*n room*. Upland* »i'#pa StUCM *eml- 
JbungaUm’. drtv*-ln garag*. r i «) / Ad 

$6300 ^4-Matk hot-walar badt 3 I Z» OUU 

; dlj-room bungalow a very madam horn* 

, OUT*?. $15,750 

SI* -room atuoe* hungalnw, Upland* Doubt* 
drive-in garag* MM A. W 1 O 7 fVI 
a bom* of waadorful vaiu* > I f, I UU 

I Right- mom bunga>)tw with rumpu* ronn 
| n *id'» quart* ra. aotomalle h**t. Upland. 

VS $30,000 

Aik for Mr McPhennn. Even Inga O MOd 

S8400 H. A HUMBER, LTD. 



"•ncroU wail* right up to fJonr lav*! Con- 
tain* hot-«at«r htatlng and Uur.dry 
room Rgajdt'.t, »i, n d* on app. on* and 
(•a-Uilrd *• r*a. on* a--ra of which la li<M 
la tawna, fl/iwerr ahrubt. apple*. 

I luina paar*. paarha. raapbem*. rtraw- 
•rria* log ar* and grapeg Two-third art* 
plough Und Baparat* garag* Several 
'Wlar*. rto-H *»af roniaje uvirti 
delightful .l*w, Small glatahnua* W*H 
*ar*d for and Unma.ulal* in. id* and o/t 
^eeTn' ®7 n4, *••»“>« Mainland, will 

— .. . $10,500 

Furnish tnga. ate . ran ha purrhaa*d tf 
daairad 

•an Mr Milch «n, r»»* , O M40 

GORDON HEAD 

•f/* W t" 3,1 , JUvlng-room with 

■•aillalor flrrplao# ulilflr room aeparat* 
• arage jp*t ih* plar. if y OU want elbow 

mSS'ZSf* j£l U ! ,r ® m u> * n * ,th ■'•‘Xl 

^^T.muMrMMpsn, 

S*k for Mr. 8urrauch. Bva* o Mil 

CITY 

•paaUtu. Iht-rMia aturao bungalow large 
living -raom with RraniaM, dlnlng-raom 
'abtnet t lichen wired for*i*r r a net- two 
hMrooma. four pleca Pamprok* bathroom 
fhill high baaem.nl . H a hea'tn* drtv*. 
In garau* Durold roof A w»!!-bullt horn* 
on a v*ry Bn* through-hall plan Term* 
can b* arranged driACn 

Full pelr* $9950 

Aak far Mr. Burraugh Sva* O l»M 

OAK BAY 

SIX LOVBLT ROOMS. OMR FLOOR 
DRASTIC PRIOR RRDUCTIOM 

W* ogpagi thl* Br*t-«laai ham* to a* mid 
within th* n*«v r*w oar* *o den i a* 
Ip* lot* Sts f*mi man.* and «-pl#*a 
Fambrnba bath on on* Boor Spacimt* nigh 
hammer, t with bar rumpu* room, drii#- 
ln garag*. h*t-a a l«r lurnare Ratraa— 
Lpvalr nab floor* •ktclrlo hot-walar *up- 
plf. beautiful ground* ownar laavtng 
•Hr. W»u*t *atl. 0*nerow* taraia. Pwr fur- 
ther particular* ar to *|*w phun* K till 
or avanlng phono*. O g1»7. O 1S40 O Mil 

HEISTERMAN & CO. 

R*t*bll»h*d M«* 

1111 RLANBHAHD RT PHONI R«|g| 

t Mem her Meal Scat* Board of Tlctorlbl 



DE LUXE BUNGALOW 
FAIRFIELD 

A one-year-old atuecu how* 

In a i*ry fin* I a c a 1 1 o r. 

Through hah. living-room 
dlnlng-r»«m. kllehan, ivu 

bedmomt and a Pembroke 
bathraom. Two ftnlari*d 
room* in th* bammant. and 
conp*r piping. Hardwood 
flowr* In thu h«oM. Oarag* 

Srs “ $8950 

OAK BAY— REDUCED 

RI ROOMS Off OMR FLOOR 
... a lovely horn* with 70 
ft- fronta** an on* af Oak 
Sar a prattiac atraaU Hat 
lari* UTiog-mma. dlnlna- 
room, den with firaplac*. t«o 
larg* bedroom* and a child* 
room off th* amart contain 
ant kitchen. There la a fo- 
ment h*i*tn*nl In thl* hem*, 
wl.lcl) boast* * BRAND MKW 
AUTOMATIC OIL FVRJtACR 
Separata garag* TIi* owner 
I* tearing for Rutland and 
no* RRDUUKD th* prka for g n . 
quick tala >Y4 



iMt BROAD BTRrrr 



REAL VALUE— BRAND NEW 

Woll-btiUl tour r<«m*d atucto bungalow I 
Uruig-room. 11 i M with flreplar*. oak 
floor, modern kltrhan with tiinlng-apat-o 
feur-plac* bathroom and In aide hall nave 
Itl* floe r a; two bedroom* Garag* In 
bate mate, plpod rurnac*, tuba, Mpi<«r 
piping, oak traoa. Baaatch t**a* A cep 
aff Quadra Street gZQC A 

Tou ean't equal It. at . . JOOJU 

THIS HAS VALUE 

Modern ft**- roomed atue-o bungalow IH 
mil** to »Jty. ha* Urge living- room. op*n 

flreular*. nlc* dine tie. rahmei kitchen. 

«lnk, f*ur-pl*<* Fembrek* bathr.xim 
two lovalf hadmomt hardwood Door* | 
full-*.** bate mao' piped lurnac*. copper 
piping driee-tti garage Owner will a«- 1 



OPEN INSPECTION 
296 Be&sborough 
VIEW ROYAL 

Sunday, Feb. 26—2 Till 5 PM. 

Turn left an Melmcton off High**;, 

Thl* la a lovely d-room 1-bodrnr.m *eml- 
bungalqw, nearly rew with fulj baa* merit 
on larg* landarapM lot ui th* eantr* of 
View H.ivai with near!) all new home* tur- 
rounillrtg Ail roan** ar* apaciou* and th* 
hoflit haa teen raccnilv dtcora'.cd. Thla 
can be handled around naU rath or offer* 

r $8500 

REVENUE HOME 
FAIRFIELD 

Lovely horn* with full ba**tnent conUCng 
of four t-ronm ttilto*. 10 wmutaa raLking 
die anr* downtown Thu 1* an escopilonal 
buy. reduced from glOBSO $9250 

Art for Mr Rrlrbaon, Bva* o nil 

3 BEDROOMS 
GOOD BUYING 

j Stucco bunaalow, large living-room with 
fireplace modem kitchen 7 be/irooma full 
batametit pipe furnace Drlvc-it. garage, 
nlc* garden *par* On term*. i cr\ 

Png* $ / 650 

Aak for Mr Davla Rva* O M14 

FAIRFIELD 
FULLY FURNISHED 

T-Room revenue hem* camcHr'ely fur- 
ni*h*d, rented a* houaekreping room* ) 
room* for owner, batentaqt fumaca aep. 
arau garag*. *u. *//e n 

MHO epah Full prie* iOODU 

Aak for Mr Begon Pve*. Cnlqulti IMT 



THE B.C. LAND 

A IMVRRTMBHT AOBMCT LTD 
i Our bbtb Tear la R*al Batata • 

UPLANDS 

Nine -room reaioervce with * bedroom* and 
4 bainrauA* Bo.talj cunatxuciad Three 
racepuoa room* a *unr»*m A bou** with , 
I "atm**pher« “ Lovaly ground* Sea and 
| mountain .**•* $29,500 

ANOTHER 

I In Upland* — T rworna I bedroom* ana I 

oathrooiu. large library. Mol water oil- i 
O M.UC ►r.war bui.t $22 ,000 

COUNTRY ESTATE 

DArt ORLT far a bawuuful *e*- 
i/O. JUU front ptoporty about • mil** | 
out Soma 11 acre* pan to natural *t*U. 
charming laniltcaped garden arausd a 1 

iara* muI - uuaaalaw wlUi • bedroom* 
down an* I up Living-room autn* JO I eel 
lung rati af hou** In heaping with thl* 
«1»* Mur* detail* oa rwu w a a t At thla new 
reduced pnc*. w* believe It to be vary 
good buying 

Plaaa* aak far Mr C R T. Bagahaw* 

HOME AND 
SEPARATE COTTAGE 

A gut-room home that la In good cuodl- 
uon. neat and alaan. lnauiatad wuh raM 
wool, full baaemtnl wuh drive- In garaga 
ana *<tr* plumbing Garden and tbicaau- 
houa* flu* a two- roam pottage that 
bring* in M0 pot month # r nnn 

13. MO hnndle*. FuU prico . 3>OOUU 

NEW IN OAK BAY 

Located among th* b«tt*r type home*, new 
nucco bungalow larg* living -rnurr. full 
on g room, cabinet kltrhan. utt.e bed- 
roomi. four-piece rtrnbroke batluuom. 
n replace 'n batement for rurnput ruotn 
eitr* plumbing ronghad u>. In baiemam 
garaga in Iwaamant Clear title by on# of I 
nur boat builder# * i -i r\r\r\ 



RITHET-B 4 2 5I 



OUR I4TR TEAR 



$12,900 



piping dnve-tti garage Ownar will *«• | 
-apt IJ MO down and balance g! 0 mnalhly 
Tranapnrtailnn cluae ay. near tehnnla and 

• hopping CO AAA 

full prlte ROUvAJ 



$9450 



DEAN HEIGHTS HOME 



Hart* a rina HfW ROME 
• . • a amart lH-atory nuceo 
family realUent* of r«el 
QUALITT SparloUA living- 
room, dining-room kitchen 
and two bedroom* on th* 
main finer and TITO addi 
Uonal b*dronena up Mill 
cement baaamenl la a ptim. 
and eonlain* HA OIL-O- 
MATIC fURHACR And ALSO 
AH OIL nerr WkTRR IIRAT- 
IHO RTITIU Liberal 
TERMS offer ad and 
aria# only — . 



$9850 



NEAR WILLOWS BEACH 

An Ideal Oak Bar loaatlon 
claim* thl* moil era Mo- 
tion ir.guui - Irp* atucao 
> **l dance Ha* anirr had 
with er**u to atl room*, 
a large living-room, full- 
Onad dislnr-room a amart 
kllchcn wired lor rang* 
and with ui* (ink. i*» 
bedroom* and four - pi.ee 
bathroom on main floor Up- 
flair* or* TWO bad/aem* 
and a ta«ond bathroom 
Batem.nl I* hill ram ant. with 
lurnac* and garage under 
Iferdwaod floor* Thl* I* 
reallv an **n*U*n| value 
■Ituatad an a large lot CIA 7C A 
Full price onlr E I Z, / DU 



FAIRFIELD SPECIAL 

Plv#.ro«iT>*d *t'i.'fo bur g* low with large 
| llvint-ro*m. open firapiac*. good dlnert* 
all enya veiling*, cabln«l kitehan with i 
j bar and Tile* floor, two nlc* bedroom*, 
four - pl*e* bathroom, aU herdwaed. 
Venetian Mind*, full b«»*m«nl. all copper 
piping, drlrt-in geraa*. nice lawn*, front 
land rear. Tan* half caah. p o AAA 

Fall price _ 5H9UU , 

FAIRFIELD 

| five roomed mat I- bung tie w Living-room 

kiteheo and dining-room, down two b*d- 
| room*, up Full, caivi.ni baaereant wUh 
furnar* Tate*. |7« «g . irt-jr 

Re*] gjod value at ^47/0! 

j Call Bart Bnap* Rvanlng* Util 



JOHNSTON & CO. LTD. LOVELY SEAFRONT HOME 



Batabtugiad IMJ 
Campiata lnauraaa* SarvU# 

ACRE WATERFRONT 

Flctufp b aomfortabl* Mttl* « mom bunga- 
low with Durold roof livlna rwom Mill, 
bedroom blUhen. J-pee bathroom utility 
•r liutranin. with ewparat* garag* aod 
tMhar building*, on a beautiful property 
aloping to an arm o( Fartag* lnl*t lar- 
ger# Unriacapod and beautiful ta beheld 
ALL THIS IH )-MILR CIRCLE AND FUR 
ihRHBD TARTRf I'LLT. p • oru - 

TBRM8 . . 54oU0 

Sea Mr. Dlekla. Night. R >0*4 

BUY THREE SUITES 

OAR RAT. Lovely Bin*-t**m. bam -bua* 
fslow auowtn* l-rwom ault* With new 
J-plgeo fembroke plumbing off THROUGH 
HAI L al *e lo vely owner « *uii* of thr*w 
rwama- UFBT AIMB Tin m- rwom ewU* and 
saw 1 pl*c* plumbing. A I SO aatra 

1*11*1 la th* baa#m*ot Fip*d lurnac*. 
qtilMy tuba, drive- 1 * garag# far two car* 
Bait qonalrtwUan. wiring lav tw* rangaa 
ot4. IUn«ai tore** ownar to drop irm 
SUN HO FftOHR INFORM ATI ON 

FLRA8B BKB MR. DILWIB 

CITY . WATER 
MOUNTAINS 

AU. ara year* Wi view *e Inn* at yog awn 
thi* lavaly m-roam atuaea bwngabi*. En- 
trance hall with wall-to-wall carpet, lovaly 
living -room with upon flrapUa* dinatt*. 
cabinet kltrhan. two lovely bedroom* wi'h 
atOMta J-piee* da lua* b#>h. aacam.ni with 
EXTRA room, bat-air fameeg and tuba, 
aaparat* garage A*k UR ARTHUR to 



Fall pvt* a. paly 



Thlr v#ry baeutllul heave la 
in Oak Be* Haa 
landacapad garden Ron*,* 
include kora* avtas - room, 
dor and kitchen down: two 
bedroom* and *l**ptne parch, 
full bathroom up: alao bath- 
raom and **warat* taBef 
down TV.* hem# I* h*at*d 
bf HOT - WATER OIL - O - 
MATTC fMMRPIATX FOR 
BTHSIOH and offer* run- 
ahter.4 m thla lovaly Oak 



ered^ OtU MVMP Oak 

A LOVELY HOME AND 
PROPERTY 



Tpu vo n* rer had a finer 
I hum* offered tw you Thla 
.harming Colonial raaldvnr* 
t* modern and up tw data la 
every way ft ha* outatand- 
iti* new* af th* «e* aod 
mwwnlafna and It aland* on 
I tw# err** of wonderful land 
with fruit trw*« lawn and 
rhatr* (iirubbary abound n* 
Lwr** entry hall. II’ Iqa-rowm. 
dining-room klt'bcn with 
nook a largw bedrwum and 
fowr-pter. bathroom ail on 
mein flawr Two bedroowt* 
and aaathar bathroom up 
R. iiaput rt»» la baaamer- 
aud nut aiumbiad. Alao 
IIOT WATTS oa RRATIHO 
SYSTEM roppar plplltd R#P- 
eraM aarua* Hara - # a bom* 
that ba* rvRRYTHlHO . . 

the late** f.atur** for r«tif 
eomfort and 

ronv.rlene* — 



$25,000 



KER & 



$7875 STEPHENSON 



PROSPERITY 



In a buatnoa* yenier* alway* depend* an 

Inr*' Ion W# Bavg on Quadra flut* to 
MTLLBtDR. b doap SB-foot let with a five- 
riwim frame BUNGALOW with be*»m*rt 

Thla prwpartv lately rawo-ed offer* an as- 
##Umii tit* In thla f*»t-grwwing Uuiiaaa* 
eoair* MOW caah. C7QAA 

Full price only EoOUVJ 

Sea MU ARTHUR. Night* R BIN 



Member Reel B*tat* Board af Tieiori* 

0# OOT T O 4IFI 

HIOHT NHOW1S 
R Nit - IBM • Oflll 



PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 

tN FORT STRRBT Bl 



"RANDALLS" 

$7250 OAK BAY $7250 
FOUL BAY ROAD 

Thl* vary wall *ltu*t*d d-room atuoro hou** 
w. erg offering far yirur careful .onvt^ura- 
Uan. Thar* la a lovaly living- roam, dining- 
roam, 3 bedroom*. ]-pt.c* bolhrn m «u- 
*h*n with *t*ctfK ktovg. Dill aa*«a*M 
hbt-elr furnar. piped 10 all room* A 
vary good garden and an *ae«l!*nl loco 
uan Tat** onlr IN All lh*«* combined 
in a fin* bom. fog 

Call Mr Darling. Rvanlng* R #UT* 

SECLUSION 

A GARDEN OF FLOWERS 

flttueicd In the High Quadra d ttrlet a* 
»ff.r far aala an uJlfa-mndarn «-ya*r-*ld 
homo Th# living-room a**r II Met laug 
ha* a lavrly flr**.*r* knotty plna bull! In 
feature*, rail *,** dlnlng-raom. • VM'lou* 
btdrooat. 4 plam Pembroke beinrooa* 
Urge through hail. **rel)ent oak floor*, 
tile bltrhon with Indtrwt lighting mvnj 1 
built-in cupboard* full r.ment baeemrnt 
drive. In garag* full) Inaulaiad GH-O- 
Matir furnac* unfmiahad apt lain » mom* 
Situated on lot IN ft. tang, full? tond- 
*r*p.d with ahrun*. rara pianU. lawet «e- , 
went walk* «na!l nut ir*w*. it dwarf 
fruli irpaa and h-.uaa* ar* umuuaDr at- 
tractive W • roi tidvv »hl» on* of th* flnv.t I 
home* w# have |r»pe«t.d # t 1 
far *om* tint. Prir. > I I iDUU 

Par full «.tat1* aontaet 
Mr Ba under*, night nr day. II «Jtd 



GEORGE RANDALL 

N 1)N Douglaa RI 



CITY DUPLEX 

Up-and-Down DupMi. on qni*t rraat In 
•piendid aandiuon. Bout *«lt*a era var ant 
and « p’-i !•■*! r clean Each haa 3-piaca 
bath mom and Ihr** lovely larg* rvoia*. 
all iumlahed *ar*pt for Unaa and dlth** 
Th* fall ba«.m*q ' la high **<i oowialna 
hot-air furnar* phi* about flv* cord* of 
dry wood and nfr* plumbing ura Do not 
fail to *»a thla todav. g-yDCA 

rr r OOOD 5/ J5J 



GROCERY BUSINESS 
SI 500 DOWN 

Buy* nrofiublr u-i*u-**a with l-roum liv- 
h»g quarier* Turnover 11.200 monU.ly 
Immediate po**evilon w-iAArt 

Full prle* 5JzlXJ 1 

Aa* for Mr Flddlck. Rv*» Albion 1JJT I 

OAK BAY 
NEW 

ta a tavajy part of Oak Bay aloe* to batch 
and bug A modem J- bedroom bungalow, 
ttnng-rpam dining-room, modern kitchen, i 
through hall, nak inlaid floor* rave and 
t*p#*try Rot water h**t. baaemant. dnva- 
ra garag# Oarden not too w v * A.fV\ i 
largv Terra* Pull prir# ill • OUU 
Aik for Vr Dr**, Fvn O 1771 

HIGH QUADRA 

A beautiful l-r**r-o!d »-r»w>m *tucco buc- 
galnw; all room* bav* oak flour* ha* ipa- 
rlou* living-room dining-room, i b*drtH,nu 
aim fully m»u*ru kiutian with larg* um- 
lly room, full high cement baecm.nt lur- 
nac*. drlv* -in garag*. beautifully land- | 

TXT A $9975 

Art lor Mr King Day* B 1104 

NEW 

VACANT 

4-RiMdB bungalow wuh utility room and 
br**af**t hoafc H»- larg* Uvlng-rwom 
with flrepl* -a. vary nUely flnithad Lo- 1 
••tad on high greund. near echo, I and 
plat ground Term* #CTCA 

run pne. 55 /5U 

Art for Mr Rnckaon Rvaa O Nib 

* 

TWO CITY LOTS 
GORGE DISTRICT 

Twit M - 1 not Iota. Onrg# diatrlct gcCA 
Bach »)«0 ar pair for 3>55U 

Aak far Mr Draw. Rva* O ITT# 

SPRING IS HERE 

Blcknaa* fora.* th* *alp af thu beautiful 
1B- room atucco home *itu*'.*d In ilia 
janir# of U good aero* of land 4S mil** 
from <tt|r hal. Thu ham* ,. t B parfact 
condition throughout, vary modern. I 
balhruam* larg* b«.*m.r»l, Otl-O- Mall, 
hot-air furnac* ■*»*•*!• garag*. Chirk. n 
houa*. turkev hou**. *tc. Mutt b* gold 

at a r.duced prlra S17.750 

Appv-,t about I* ON **#h would handi# 
Bit! b« **er to b* appre-taUd Far par- 
luuiar* art for Mr 8*gon. Rv*. Col- 
quita JUT. 



F!**»* a*k for Mr Rain* 

MUST BE SOLD' 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
FAIRFIELD— NEAR SEA 

OIL-O-MATIC H SATING 

The ownar haa purrhAted ana'-har hotna 
and irittrt Mil hit fin* at urea **ml -bunga- 
low cumpriaing 7 raomg and tlniahed baaa- 
mam, with rumpu* room and (mail bod- 
ruoa. Two aaad bedroom* and «-ploca 
baUiranm dawn, t bedrooaM and l-plac* 
bathrooa* up Large living room about 
Il'iR with Br.pl»ca, full dining-room 

n $n,ooo 



ESQUIMALT— $7950 

j Owner uaaMarrud to Mainland and mu*t 

roll thl* compact 4-room oiurco bungalow I 
quick): About 3 year* aid aad newly 

decorated tnaid* Situaied an hign 
around M i lit. and rnmprialug L R with 
F F larg* btuhen with dining .pa*. I 
medium - *ia* bauroom*. aad Fwnnroa* 
bathroom FuU b***m*nt and furnac* 
piped to all room* playroom and drt**-ln 
garag* Durold roof Tula Bl I A Ira 

zsrjrrr $7950 

CITY 

South of Ook Boy Avenue 

Hal new. bui in flrrt-elara eondli on thl* 
bungalow af • ruomi no 1 floor ptu* 
a fin* playroom In Ul* baeamret. I* a 
real Murut IntaaimaTii Comprtitng Mv - 
Ing-fovm dlnlng-rowu. I b«dr*iNn*. a fin* 
bathroom not Fwnbrokr and a modern 
kltchao. Rv*ry room u ■poileir fn th* 
full cem.nl haa*P»*nl ar* laundry tub*, 
hot air furnar* and a fin* nlayroum 
Nice garden Separate garag* Taae* kill 
Tho priew. with CZQSin 

early paoMaiinii JOuJU 

GORGE 

OAK FLOORS THROUGHOUT 

In tha nir**i part aU th* Oorg*. handy to 
good bu* uaniportatlon a moat aurwcuv* 
(tucow butigaluw, built by a raputaM* con- 
tractor a few year* ago and tttU in now 
BandltMo. liiirar.ee and through hall, 

comfortable itae living room with ftra- 

t lac*. dlnlng-raom tablnat kiuhon wirad 
at rani*, inlaid Uito and porcelain link. 

I nlc* bedroom* and Fvmbrnke bathroom. 
Full baa*m*r.t with car anas* Uundry 

irayi and haa: pined to all r»ouu Lot 
N a IN. beautiful!) Undacaptd in laon* 
and *hrub* wuh *pate for vegetable gar- 
d*n Owner traruferred and quick tale d«- 
airad Thl* huuta la in abaolulaly tpoU*M 
condition and not over- * n a aa 

prlrod at $04UU 

OAK BAY 
UPLANDS SLOPE 

OIL-O-MATIC HEAT 

BXCMHBVrt 

Thl* -.mmacul*'# f-room burg*, no t* rriMl 
complai. in arory detail, be.ng aurartlvr 
aatra oaU-tiuUt and nicely «iiuat*f! r»m- 



HOI 8KS M>R BAI L 



Brown Bros. Agencies, 
Ltd. 

i Hate allotted IBili 

Mcmaori af Real Eaiata Board af 
Victoria 

112. BLeNdMARD RT PHOHSS R I1U-4 

A BEAUTIFUL HOME ON 
THE WATERFRONT 

it. Oak Hay. vlua* to u>a Golf Court*, thi* 
•iii4.il*. eturao Hum* u bat anly* w*U 
bifilt and In beautlfu, rui,diUi>u throua fl- 
out. but will afford you *p*rtou* ronau 
and a •#* view beyond de*crlpiti*a. Liv- 
ing-room dtnlng-rnom. don. tbra* bad- 
rouou. two bathroom* Oll-O-Matlc haul- 
ing, and a lovely ••id*n B^aonably 
priced, and open to further atfvra 
PI* **c aak for Mr Bprna. •colng* I IMI 

A HOME 

To*. In every **tu* at U>* ward a real 
horn* of aia boaulifm room*, all oo an* 
floor. In pei fact condition, large enlati- 
teliy deccaieo living-rovm with rranch 
diM,i* to pauo and |u**t-»ia* dining-room 
• tao wuh French door* lo pailo <8ouih*ru 
c*pn*urgi with *eciu*um Splendid kitchen 
with beautiful Ui* aink. all kind* of cup- 
board* and a eomutnauou i *■•«.. g*t hui- 
waier ntater, ai.d PrigHUu# Ti,roudh hall. 

*i» iou* bedrooica. c*daf-i:n*u aalk-m 
clove!* A larg* baauului ula bathroom 
with dc lux* flttlngv *p*clou* linen cup- 
bnard* and acre cupboard*. Large mutter 
badruou lntuiuied buMiuaut w.u, dru.-ln 
garag*. lntuiuied wall* A dund) hol-waier 
OU-«5 -Ma|Ic heating plan! Eitra toilet 
Larg* i-uruer lot in lawn, garden, hah pool, 
fruit ire«a. Tate* 1104 Heuar U eleven 
yaarv uld *r.d la n«w aondlUun boiii in 
and out Family marrltd and houaa la nnw 
loo larg* for Mom and Dad Can he pur- 
I rhu»*d with 14 0M down to rr*p«n*tbl* 

?JSrH*M $12,600 

Lena far *U Caah 

For appoinlmeni lo view plea*, aak lor Mr 
Bail*. Rvanlng* O BUB 
Riclualv* AganU 



prtoing raceivii.g end ihruOgh hull charm- 
tug living-room with flrvpiur* ful)-»i.*« 

dining-room lovely oat floor*; on ultra- 



naodern kllehan wiih an ebundanow of rup- 
boerda; J bedroom* and 4-pl*<v Pembroke 
bathroom Full cement basement with car 
apaee end GU-O-Meile ho* air fume.* A 
very pr*ny garden not loo lerga'. wlti 
mwoi ettreetivw ah rub* fWwcra ucd lawn* 
Netwatv* aala On# at th* f Inert valuM 
*■ 041 ■•f May. eiA -rrr\ 

FuU pr)a# $12,750 



HIGH LOCATION 
SIX ROOMS 

OH. HOT-WATRR HRAT 
RANT TSAMB ARRANGED 

A fin* family b*n* tuuaiad high among 
th* aak* and overlooking th* city En- 
trance hull with atuunlv* wauhrcMvm off. 
living-room. 17*11. with ArcpUc*. wall- 
to-wall carpal, and coocaelad f 1 uara*«#nt 
Ughimg large bright aomer dUilng-ronm 
with buffet, beautiful kitchen with ill* 
•Ink. dining *ra* and wHUiy room; tw* 
badromn* iaara with fireplace emild b* 
■toad a* den<. and four-pleco Paru-rok* 
bathroom C no. a* lad alnlr lo hadroam ep 
Hot-waiar Oii-n-Mailc heauag plant A 

$n,ooo 



Fiaea* aak far Mr V o Cameron 



k.l OOVBRHMRNT gTRRRT O BIB 

if ember Real Rvtaf* Board of Tlctarla 



APARTMENT 
$3000 DOWN 



M*mb*r Real Mali Beard of TlcioiW 
Ul« BROAD BTRHRT 
Day Phonai R IMt— R INI 



OUTSTANDING VALUE 
GORGE DISTRICT 

Biiregtivq B-roem bungalow Living-room 
!1 ropier* I b*drao«» FHffii #n*y fllehen 
utility room with laundry tub*. attarh*d 
gar*ga. U»w lag** Ck>»* lo r , 7 c ri 

otoraa and bu*. FuU »,:•* >4/jU 

Pur and deal 4-room bwaaala* Living- 
roots ttreale*e. 9 good »U* bedroom* 
Bright kttaMB. Urg# gifag* and work- 
ahap Fully <i*v*lap*d garden, all fenced 
Owner Mating far BaBlland r /.Ann 
Mint **n Aaning arm* >OU\JU 

Tarmi 

VIEW ROYAL 

i « pra^JarJTAra 

^ m.cT.^ - 4 w ‘ u $3800 

$2000 CASH 
OAK BAY DISTRICT 

F 7 va r w au* tiara* bungaiww In tlni aUum 
— Livino-room family *ta* 41a- 



$3800 $1900 CASH WILL HANDLE 

A art* foor-room bungalow, high Mention 
low take*, full butement, fond lw with 
Pic Lena fniH lr*rt Owner haa left far the Part 

’ ft S* $5200 

■yI 

A brand new f««r-raom bungalow cio## 
tw Normal Bch«*l Beautiful erg* living- 
room with a Roman tile fir*plar« Rot 
■ ■“ wafer h**t and many oUi*r madam fea- 

ture* Th* furniture la tnaludad Ip iMa 

u.u E ‘ S7950 

t OAK BAY WATERFRONT 



9-SUITE APARTMENT 

Owing lo the owner « llt-h*aith va taka 
plaaaur* In offaring thl* lovely uh.*-»ur.* 

uparuneni fa* *ai* Mtuatad In a Pei 

U»ul miii ng and Immaculate In ..err 
d«»ail Re.erue nf belter than »7d0 per 
month and allowing IB'th net return* 

Owaor will take ranalker rev wru* p repair 
a* part payment, ar will arrvgt ill odd 

caah p*) men l and bakan.r .re rtrtrt 

monthly 555,000 



Rvwrran mm **»»"* « 

.•million. Living- roe m fapHIv ala* dla- 

Kiss-, as, iaajga?gs 

S.'TJ'ftft " • 96950 

FLEMING GARDNER CO. 

m BCOLLhRD BLM • 9T«I 

r-awtnaa Mr Frurbard. O Ml 



A dallgbtful Iwur-rwMS My bungalow, 
beautiful living- room with pintir* window 
avorlonblng rolling lawn*, rockery and Ih* 

tea Thl* p,r. petty baa itt awn prtvai# 
beach Th* h*pg* i« I year* aid and uary 
wad built R A heat Drapua and mlrrwr* 

X.SZV'"* $9950 
SUPER REALTY LTD. 

TIB Tata* Btraat Tlrlarta. 1C 



VISTA HEIGHTS 

MODERN BUNOALOW 
• terw PVT FUBNarg 
WIRED FOR HANOI 

t.nrtNo - room rmarLACP 
CABINET KfTT'RKN NOOK 
TWO NICE BEDROOMS 

PEMBROKE BATH. BROWER 
RLRrnUC ROT-WATER TANK 
A REAL BUT 

PRICE: $6750 



R. H DAVIES REALTY 



• Ant Rant 

mu Beard at VhMflai 



OAK BAY 

Baawtf and eon. fan I* the wonderful .ran- 

Mnatlon Ui thl. well-planned Uitcro bun- 

B law, eouth of ih* A**nu* Rntran ■# 

U large 0 *ia* teem vith firv .iac* 
gue*t-*taed dlhing room lovely la.qa klt- 
chas with ui* rant. Three la,ga h*d- 
rr-niu# Baaranenl with drive- In garage 
ar.d ROT-WATBR heaUng throughic.it If 
yeu ar* looking for a b*lf*r-ela*a horn*. 

KT.’*- 0 -- $11,600 

TODER & VINT LTD. 

II? CENTRAL BUILDING, O M«1 

Evening* R UM or K Ml* 

Mawiaae at heal Relate Bear# af TMtorla 



empire realty 

COMPANY LIMITED 

UO PRMWCNTOW BU» g T441 

BEAUTIFUL 
FAMILY RESIDENCE 
Consisting of 6 Rooms 

Levwty ItViag-rooM ir 1 FT With Rrvoier* 



Cloee u>, eight aulie* at two rue me each 

Ra.enue »M«. Ba>em*nt with N A fur- 

.... $11,500 

Art for Mr Flddtek Rvat . Alb. HIT 



In* ir* in Bur* Inturane* 

SELL rr QUintLT wu H 

HICKS & FAP.RANT REALTY 

FHONR R B1B4 



THE YORKSHIRE 



340 ROBERTSON STREET 

OPT PAfRFTEU) ROAD 

Op«n for Inspection: 

Sundoy Next, Februory 26 
2:30 to 4:30 P.M. 

Reallv (ubatanMaily-bui't afirarlir* mod- 
arr, bung* taw anly 7 yaart *14 

I. Through hall 

• larg* living-roam op*n flraplae* 

I- Ou**l-*tM dining . rev UI 

• AH with bae) quality nab flMn 1 

4. Tw* very feed badnvam* 

• Raeaiiant aahmat bitclMn. wirad far 
rang* 

*. Wall apowtntad 4-0## Perabreka 

bathroom 

T. Convualad *tair* ona ftntehod add 

aluddlno fta*d for two e«ir* room*, if 
required Electric wiring all In 

• Pull high rem*P, ba(em*nt, furnar* 

and laundry tuba 

B lore* aepa.al* maraniag garag* 

IB Vary nlra gardau lot 

ThU floe pyapartr U Hi flrat-alaaa *ondl 
Hon thraugheiii end w# ran rw*«maend 

•era* with iilmnet aoefldeiv**. 

OWHfR RIP INRTRVCTRD U8 TO 
BUN MIT ANT RBABGNARtg OfTER 



THE YORKSHIRE 

B PACIFIC BBr iRJTIBB. LTD 
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Beanlhg* OtTBB ■ IBBI 



FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 
CLOSE TO THE SEA 

IN A l,mtRABIR l>1 STRUT A w*u-budt 
buageiaw at haiMw Ule eeo*.r*ca*aa. uoa- 
laimag a largv livir g-rwom with opra. nt» 
•Maw erg* dlnHig-rwwm. **u-eM*inl*4 
kitahap braabfaat nnek 9 iradroeau and 
bathrwum Full b**em*nt, auiomau* aaat 
atokM BewaraM garage nrat garden, 
with a faw matured fruit true*, and |Ae 
whoM in oaaetMni aendtUen # nnfA 

PRICE . . 5o950 

BuhatenUal flrut parmwit. and bale nee 
mav be arranged 



BOORMAN'S 

OAK BAY 

NEAR LANSDOWNE 

An oacepiMtiAlly autacity# new rtiMea 
hum* near Iran* porta lion, golf rlub aad 
(hopping centra rwatartag: 

I. Large ttvtag-raom with Uvalv flraptare. 

aak floor* aad a *i*» at th* Olympus 
1 . oueat-cm dining-room. U'lB 
>. Tea gwnd oedr-iuni* 

4. Larg* eahltiet klt«h*n, 11*19 
i Petrerok# Barhroom. 

B. PUU eemeni batemenl with drlv*-m 
garap Ail-eteal waldad brkk-Uaad 

Piped furnar* 

Thu hum* raa be bought for all raah 
Or half vast. EQOCrk 

PRICE _ 58950 

Evening* Phone g B*BB 

SOUTH OF OAK BAY 
AVENUE 

Thle new five- roam bungalow M situated 
n*it in *a aUretUva woodland. Ba’lent 
feature* ara. 

L Through hall with aak fMaring. 

R Living- room 17 a U. wtth fir (p Me* 
and aak fMnrthg 

I. Dining • room. II 1 11. with oak 
Dot) ring 

A Two large **4rcom* UlU. aad 

19 a IL 

t. Modem kitchen. 

B Fun aamant aaeaiZanl with het-ab 

piped furnar# and i*r»g# 

7 Ploer are*. 1 1 aa aquar* fed 

t T-aiaportatlon on* block, 

.Clear HUe «*r tormg* $8500 

Possession of th« End of 
Februory 

At. ENT ■ COMMENT Tor a aow home 
with a PULL DINfNO-ROOM AND LARO- 
ER TRAN AYEXAOI BEDKOOM8 Uia price 
la vary reeacnealei , 

Evening*. Phono B MM 

Boorman Investment Co. 



Rithet Consolidated, Ltd. 

Mrmbwr Boa) Ratal* Board at TV lor U 
TBB FORT BTREET PRONE B OBI 

EVENING# 

Mr Ulrich, E 9)94 Mr Belcher O JSB*. 
Mr Levitt a 1*04 Mr >f*pp*l! B 1BTB 



BERNARD & CO. 

B 5316 

HIGH LOCATION 
SECLUDED 

ThU choir* hum* i* siiueied an aim net an 
acre of ground up in Ui* HIGH QUADRA 
dUtrKl Thla weU-aunatrurted bouM U 
compruad of a fin* Iara* living-room »un 
flraplae*. asset -air* dlnlng-reum. dan with 
rirepla.e Urge en'ranr* hall, hllcheu and 
uiUlty room all ..a tb* main Doer Up- 
stair* w# have PI Vk beoruum* and aaih- 
room Full cement ba»*m*ni with hat- 
air furnace Double garag. la actiaraia 
Numaroui fnifi tree* and berry Yuahr* 
make thla bom* which la cla*a Id 
tr*n*por-.»uoo. aaor* and arhoal, a real 

:r but .. $ 10,700 

LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
4 BEDROOMS 

New hara i* an eacap: ion ally good bans a 
with fins through hall llving-rnam wuh 
flranlaM g-jeat-tia* dinii.g-rmiai. ultra- 
modern kitchen. Pembroke balhruotb and 
faur badrawma Hardwuod floor* In haU. 
living- roam end dihiag-room Pull arnieni 
haarrr.tnt with hot-air healing Drive-la 
■a rage N»u** only two y*ar* old Eiiru 
lot ran alao ba purchased price for thl* 

SSHT*-.. w $ 10,000 



stadacona park 

DISTRICT 

Wo bavg pieaeura in offaring Uu* fin* 
heme with a *l*w of 'he mountain* for 
mi* at what w« consider an aai »|>ii>inally 
Mw prM* Tb* hou**. which 1 * aituaieg 
00 flvt-alghui* af aa art* at ground, la 
camprimd of a larga *atranoa ball living- 



with fir* place dlnlng-raom. Oiuhea 
larg. Bi«k utility room an mala 
floor and THREE b»dro«BU ar.d bathroom 
upstair* Part beeemer.t with hot-air 

oanUal IraaUrg Oep.r.le garage hevaral 

ffU ‘ trr ** un u * to PtPPPtxy, 

BT $8250 

BERNARD & CO. 

Member Heal Beiai* Board af YirteMe 
«M FORT BTREET PRONE R gjig 

Evening* I O B0gl. O 7J*g. O 9ngq 



Limited 



•90 VIEW RTRETT PRONE ■ 9199 B MAI 
Member Reai Oetat* Board of PtoMfle 



SPECIAL OFFER 
OAK BAY 



Ylt-ronm r.*e bungalow with n 
Pull b*Miu*(.>. oil beating ■ 
Don t Ria* thla 



$12,900 



FAIRFIELD 

CLOSE TO SEAFRONT 

Madera b-raom bungaiew aaeoBtioraeUy 
wall butil fall basement, eael a*ab#v; 
wired for elecrtc power. g OOKfT 

Thla la really good JOVJU 

MODERN 

COSY BUNGALOW 

Pnur moms aod aoot Rr. y 1 ace hnl-atr 

beating garage Hi* ante e,/rn 

TM. 1 * a r.aJ ham* >OCOU 

YOUR OPPORTUNITY 
$750 CASH 
DOWN 

Ailrerttva O-roam bangs Mw with baeevnewt 

s-td furnar* clean and e , rna 

com fori a bi# , . >4DVAi 

MEHAREY L CO., LTD. 



VERNON MARTIN & CO 
LIMITED 

TIB YlXra BTREET B gj„ 

REVENUE 
JAMES BAY 

Rloo rraat, ntwiy deearated ’ in re* 
bedroom* v*» ruof Everything Al. 

t»* bad for ll.yqa down Relanae |7a per 
month at aw. Owner s swim availabi* 
Pl**rt Art for Mr Pitt. O B19B 

OFF THE GORGE 

Vary wall -guilt 4 ream etnas* bungalow 
Only twa years old of aound ram tlru«iioe 
Compnae*. good-tiaad Ilvtng-r.rara with 
rtrepMce hardwood floor, twa lerg* bed- 
fwdih*. lov*!y cablnei kltrhan utility 
rwem wltb laundry turn. 4-nM<* Pembrak* 
’•aihrnnm Drt*#-ln garage lot BovlJI. 
large garden, faorrd Included In pric* 
Sf'i ■'T’ •2*' 1 a* new also cabtnat 

an beater floor aovertag.. or. 

dome term. Pull pr'r* 56850 

PM*** Art for Mr Win**, g IVd 



FURNISHED DUPLEX 
BOTH VACANT 

) .plend d Ipuking bum* within ra*> 

I a aU. log dlrianre ul men. am) lu nputlea* 
•ur.dltM/a lusid* and out TTtrra kid roumt 
and faaUiroam down. Three big rooms and 
uathroow up Bull* upstair* hae Paso 
rented for kSB per munlh. Pull basement 
wltb furnace and enough fuel for a year. 
Price Includes clean good furniture In aU 
ruoma 0*1 Rang* ink* new I la kitchen, 
and Oil Heater tor ball upstairs Approal- 
mattly half aasb will handle. Thl* la too 
rood to mi** a* act quietly. f ThCO 

Pull prion only >/JJ U 

Plsaa* aak for Mr »p*#d— Rvanlng* O (90S 

OAK BAY— 3 BEDROOMS 

A r**l family home, nawlv path lad aui- 
•Ida and In flrrt-rU** aliap* Entrance 
hall living-room (emily-aUed dlning- 
rouin larga rnumy klirhan. three large 
beurti'inik up and lwn-pl*ra bathroom Pull 
irimni baaeiuant. Hut air piped fura«iw 
aUo aatra uni*t H*p«r»la garage and 
I green t»uu»# Low Uasa ~rr\r\r\ 

a raal mv at 5/UUU 

Pleas* A«t for Mr H’oudMy. Rvaa a #7M 

RETIRE IN COMFORT 

Brand new and Ideal for a retired eoupi* 
dmall. neat and meat atuartiv* Uving- 
f**om and dlnau*. up-la-dai* kitehan. one 
I nadruam and three-piece Pembiuke balh- 
ronm. Cum rated aialrwar to one bed mom 
up. Attached garage On two lot* ul 
luvely anil Circulating oil beater |ml 
with tb* houaa, Down pay- e r n C A 
ment #1 490 Pull price SjVjU 

Ptoaa* Art for Mr Wnadley, E»** O BTM 



RICHMOND AVENUE 
NEAR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL 

Till# beautiful, tnudern B-ROOM WRITE 
STUCCO Imm* la built nn a landicaped 
lot B»vl*S where a (lit AND VIEW 1* ob- 
tained It ha* quod haU*. a living-room 
Id* 23 with Pr»n>h dour* la petio and 
la*rn. and a dining -room which alea has 
Pt*HCh duor* to gatden 9 nlr* bedroom*. 
ballirouRi and kitchen wired for vlretrlc 
range Oak fleora la Ui* main room* 
An OIL-O-MATIC PUHNACP U In the 
barament Th* nwnrr U leaving th* rliy 
and will *• II thl* esi-epllob- e , n C AA 

ally lovely bom* far 5IU,5UU 

Call Mr. Hay!* 

NEAR ROYAL OAK 
THREE-ROOM HOME 

Nlliialed an on* act* ot> th* East Baanlch 
“°s<f l» ibl# very enmiartabi* bungalow, 
catwplat* with bsihrnom Bseellant soli 
for batrlss and garden. W# nan recom- 
mend this boms priced ■t'iaca 

53950 

Cal! Mr Bead h-> US*. Evs*. Co.qullf HIM 

LOW-PRICED 
6-ROOM HOME 

nils it a wsll-bulll boms In sirsllant 
condition finl»h»d In Riding and Durold 
roof TtfRfTf IANOC BPTiROOMfl. living- 
romp with flreplar*. fllluaied on a large 



73B VIEW STRUT 



DUPLEX 



I Btucro (lira-b) -aid*, two rears aid Clara 
■ In. Bash wnR ha* Ilving-roem dining 
room kltrhen lhr»v-pier# bathrmNn and 

I soparat* hot-air iwtus* H[nr*. •« so* 
I will handle Pull # 1 a o »-« 

•rrae $10,850 

PMaae Art for Mr Anderson R Hl4 



$1000 — DOWN — $1000 

*— Pwir-roort stdtng bsmaa new Rarrwrt 
rwrt two bedroom* aaarant numint 
MRaB bot-afr healing separate garag* 
•B-mfl# rtrrl# tote* Ml * •-.«-« 



HOI NFS FOR SALS 



Gorden City Real Estate 

1JB PORT BTRkET 

PHONE aim 

THIS HOME BUYS ITSELF— 
WHY PAY RENT? 

We ho* a nice b-i»au>*d hara* for you 
with rniSM ul III $0 per month. CiuM 
l* traits peneliari and shopping Tail* 
ar* ociy IM a rear gull pnc# g **JAA 
narms artangedi J4JUU 

BEAT THE BANK 

it Suites Me lust • garage*: rental wait* 
u>a lui Thai a iu. t • Must Uit rsUn* it 
In town U>dey than th.» year-old •pan- 

rj, uTm., ^ Dr,M $ 110,000 

Call Mane Moras. Bias, at BUM 

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ FOR YOU! ! ! ! 

This triple* u for art* at an amaati gly 
low pile* Rev *uuo could be over 1100 per 
month with a three-room suit* for owner. 
Newly decorated thr«ni*hout and IB ek- 
relbtu condliloa Cloa# lo rltr cenirg. 
Pull basement and good fuenarr Pull 
prka la only 

1 with terms) N/ JUV/ 

Cali Chuck Green; Rvaa., E kOSl 

YOU CANNOT BUY 

Anything better ai tha price fn the ben 
part of Fairfield A big Util* ham* of 
tight Iara* mom* on G-Matte h**t. 
flhnwn by spp>unimrat only lo INTER- 
RSTKD HI’ VERB Financing a: tanged on 
an offer eloa* $H.0O0 

MAKE ME YOUR 
WEEK-END DATE 

flik-rooni houa* all BT on* floor 1 year 
old up-io-oau nuM*xi bom* I am. I 
have a Urge living- room fir* place, with 
good view, eu**t -tu* dinin* - room through 
hall, hardwood Poor* 1 have three bed- 
room* tao of wbi«h • ill lakt iwin bed* 
and »tth double eiosen. Pouc-p<*c* belli 

• llh d* lu»e future* AU lapeairy p^s'er 
tuned Venetian* Th* kllehen u *"* 

• "roan > dream larg* bright and sunny 
with ultra- oi Oder it design UllUt) Off, *f- 
tgcnvd gs rage Furred ho* air heat t* 
fact folk* I h#v# everyth tng thsi is d*. 
sired In ths modern bom* and lota that 
could b# added h#rs Em- easing is be- 
lieving. *e how about a da 14 for th* week- 

ft zzr *"“*•* $ 10,000 

Pur Information and TnsweeUan Pleas# Aak 
for Mr Moor*; Was . R 9M1 



C arden lot eloa* lo bu*. Prull trees Very 
.w late* Early pc*a*a*l»n. r * AAA 
Prka with an me term* . _ i4ZUU 



Call Mr. Latng. Wa* B «*1 

REVENUE HOME 
12 ROOMS — $2500 DOWN 

Biding ham* with ktwornl ar>g fumae* 
near Cook an# Port flirwet* Al) rrana 
furnivhed Three rwm, for owner tv 
r* llei-t revenue AllracUv* l*CB»* lo rail 
able purrhaaet. eTzrVTV 

Pull prtr* 5/600 

Call Mr Royla 

ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO. LTD 



PHONE O 7 MB- 7 



A. A GREEN REALTY 

BOB -BOB OORDON BTREET 
Rid* of Coach Line* BBIU 

QUADRA DISTRICT 
$5200 

VERY LARGE 4 fl-rOM bUMi'lALoW WHh 
baaem*nt and furnar* alao estra raom In 
Ih* basement, furnished Good gardes 
and Mg lot Thi* imnm >• oail coa- 
alrurtcd and In a ala* InoaUon Cloa* M 
Itanaponaiion and shnppir.g BCOAA 
rtBlre A GOOD BUT AT 55zU0 
Call t. Paarsou. E BB7t 

CLOSE IN 

Near Arena aod KiMmo « Bav Bungalow 
Living -/'.am dining ream, thraa bedroom* 
hath room and kitchen Baaemen’ fur- 
nar* and garag* ^ / r\C A 

A OOOO RUT AT 56Y5U 

Can A Urxasier. g 4144 



GARDEN CITY 
REAL ESTATE 



KING REALTY 

B 2131 

EXPERIMENTAL FARM 
HILL 

Thl* modern raven-ruom elucio. and be**- 
ment command* a •weeping PANORAMIC 
VIEW of Oull and Island* and Mount 
Raker. Oood garden null. All ritared 
Prlra, with approtlmataly done A 

half aot* 58 t5U 

Terms Mora land availabi*. 

Hugh M Roberta Evening*. E Blit 

$1500 CASH— CLOSE IN 

Well planned rts-room bungalow. Fire- 
place, two hot water tanks, gas slot* 
hot-air furnar*; full basement Thin la 

$4950 

Mr. Lweb. Bvsnlugs. O *1*3 

$1000 TO $1500 CASH 

AND BALA NCR LIKE RENT WILL OIVE 
TOO POMRhBION OP A 

BRAND NEW BUNGALOW 

We have aavsral 1 * chons* frum Call 
and talk ever urnis with Mr. Mylrsa, 
or rvanings, O M.lg 

APARTMENT 

M-BUITR APARTMENT IIM Mu 

Fhon* Mr. Turner. Evening!, G BJ7J 

WINSTON CRESCENT 
$8950— EASY TERMS 

fltucro two years old Plv* roams. Pull 
Miement. drtvr-in gsrag* Truly a nlc* 
bom* 

Hugh M Roberts Rvsnlng*. E »:)9 

OAK BAY 

Pivs-room home In Oak Bay. south Of 
ths Avsuu*. Irarg* living -raani two Nad 
rooms kitehan and dining-room. Nlr* 
ground* Insuiatad. Class la golf *7700 
1 ours* snd school Pull prl-s JUU 

Term* arranged 

R Bundln. O IMT 



KING REALTY 

I9J9 GOVERNMENT BTREET 
Member of th* Reel Ratal* Beard 



TODAY 

FOR INSPECTION 
OAK BAY 

6-ROOM BUNGALOW 
From 2 to 5 P M. 



This aitrarttvg. • el I -const rocled 
ana clous bosa* I* 00 Jr ia ysars old, 
and built of Masoned material, 
flea an epproaimat* floor are* of 
l.gM aq fl Fallowing are enm* of 
the feature* *f thla bom* RmraivaA 
h*B, Urge living and dining -rweee, 
dati at itarraa, all with hardwood 
floor*, leaded winaows faring seat, 
south and aaat Cabinet kitchen 
with tiled aink. wired for *t**trte 
rang* and ha* water > a lt a r floaed- 
In kail per <01. Own van ten 1 barb 
hell with thl** good -tiMd bed- 
rnwm* ar.d modem ( piece bath- 
rrmmi loading aff. A flira •Pacioaa 
baaemen I with plastered valla, 
bat-air farnaeie rappo* piping 
larg* garage spec* In basement. 
Johns Manrtfl* roef The peop- 
•elv knemn as 9#« T«pp Av*nua. 
I* **11 and eonvenieotly sl(wate4 
in thi# popular district naar 'ba 
Upland* <s*» a nvrrvef Ww wisp a 
an liberty ospoaar* It has a *'*af 



tills, la varant aad being deco- 
rated W* feel thl* la matt earth 
VWUr Inapecilna * . ^ /-y/h/h 

ai tha prle* of 5 I Z,UUU 



ROCKLAND AVENUE HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD 



OAK BAY 



BRACK DRiVR — 2 bedroom* gin r aa 

wall bsrfh 5 I Z.5UU 

RT ART* HTHERT- 4 bad- g 1 a a* a 

roam, and A*n 5 I U,z5U 

CADBORO BAY 

B ROOMS 4 inert* wiling roam larga Mt- 

^ $8400 



$8975 I LEACH 6. SPARKS 



GOOD MORNING’ 

Rara la a r**Uy beauUfal ham* jt fear 
, ream* baUi Jaet an* rear ago That a Is 
I pa baaemant aad Ulaaufera aa slop* M 
etsmb Thera la an an a s h ad mat sq* 

I OU reeling seeps ai rraas IwvaTy aa# 
warm It i* la Jaasa* Bag Fall derails 
from ns uarwaaalky 

I Aro«r> *v small Bom. qraad mw. this 
lira* la flaw idMl I raaara gURy, 
attached garags JrtaRL ae MMMBl 
, Fuat udw 9 acre* CedM ba oabdlrtAed 

$6500 

VICTOR STANDERWICK 

IIB HOT At TWORT llhn B MB) 



w-mOa Orel# rates M9 g 

Frteq ipr afferl $4/50 

9 Faur-raMi newly painted HdlAg heads 
no* roof a** faar-plec* p.mbreb* bath 
larg* let Immed i ate ramCA 

poammlao. Frlca only JJ7 DU 

Beeping*. R JOB 

SELECT — PROTECTED 
WATERFRONT 

Sti-raar-atd fttDy modern tis-roem rtueoa 
bungaida. I U*4 aaMrrat Strap *a aad batb- 
•~>m through Bab m apls ridovs rail 
cement Sevan- feat baaamenl drive- tn jar- 
age hot eater heating BraurtfUl » F»r 
frmwt 1st <7* *9*9 -1 Rve'r garden iowtm 
flrti aaat. at*. j fruit tru**. b*md* grapm 
and nps Don't ala* tha s g garmmty ba 



MODRRH BUNOALOW Flv* raama 
Maurtfql living room entrant* ball, with 
dinette aff kttebee All hardwaad fkrars 
4-piere bathriram NHA loan I! <W at 
4S-. IN THIB DtRTRICT A gA,r A 
BAROAfN AT THE PRICE OP >Y4DU 
Call Mr Orean RBI If 

WATERFRONT PROPERTY 

JUWT what you M* lee* lag far— B-raom 
ATMI-RONOjUrtW. Wired far range, barn- 
meat, furaaed drive- la g«rag* TWO 
ACRRB Lawns goad garden fraiM A 
BARGAIN Ol THIB ra • n *aa 

LOCATION AT 510,500 

CRR Mr Flab. Cal. 9 MR 



TMw nt bread OS19I-9-J 

Rvav.lngs O tBBI 

Mem bar Raal Ira#,* Beard af Twtwrla 



SPECIAL 

H*r#s a waji-bmBt g-fMr-o'.d gig- ream 
sungamw. Mfirtsrtng qf entrance hall, larg* 
livleg-roese, tablaei kilcbga wirad far 



pew*r, nlra breakfast nook I pq 
b*wb* bath ream, larg* bedraqm rot 
ttAirway t* two Mi ens wprtalra. 



AND MANY 

TO 



OOUO L 

■ FROM 



$11,500 

OR WEAR OFF E R 

NEWSTEAD REALTY 

wasaad Btdf. 7S4 FORT BT B 1l*S 
Evenings O tttl R BMI. B IMS 



LANGFORD 

*-rmm bwagalww. 
i 4. OUU aa lasM M. s«r baa erh**ts 

C ahopptng flvras ran ba **c«pt«d 
(baa* pvtre itralodm same rkPSoss 
rsttm fan . ftar* bitcsraa ra*m* 

Gan Mr Mart 

COLWOOD REALTY 



hardwood floors full *eai«r-l baaemegt, 
n*w steal sasak*tee> fur ware aad drive- 
la garag* an paved street #*TC /Ort 

PER pried at* 5/500 

fTem* arranged) 

HIGH QUADRA 

A baeetfta) fear- r e am rtuaea huagt^w 
Wltb rntraaa* ball nice st** livlna- ream 
•HA flgwgtpa* tw* badraems aabtaqt 
klWRda. Bmbtv room. Ar tve- In tarnga. an 
larga Ini Mealy Ha grasped terrai ar- 

zr 11 $6500 

ObR Mr. Jsrt Rvewn R v a l ngs O 4BTB 

KENNETH J. DAVIS 



CAMPfRLL Bl OO IMB DOtOl.AA BT 





ROUSES FOR SALS 



HOUSES FOR SALE 



17 Bath? Colonist Vkierk. B.c. s««.. r.b. m. i»so 



HOrSES FOR SALE 



r.-VJR IAU - COMFORTABLE TMKER 
I tnvniM Bum ratr i»hm» built on ao'ld 
nr* cedar lot* C»n oe notM an >w faro 
Moored wl lovely bench. 13 minutes drive 
from eity. *iS«. Pb*-ow betueec » nnd 7- 

OIW 

L'OR SAL* AT BtDNIT — * ROOM 

r Uua»» and od»r bulimr-ga an *ppr«*i- 
ma't.y J *rr«, partly »ur*#r*o tot* M$* 
Oood Mil RplendUS opportunity lor boat* 
building Phong B'dngy 13JX 
|,*OR IAU * BROOM 1IOU8B IX OAK 
I Bay. south of the Avenue Otl-O- 
Mnltr lmt-alr heat Burn bedroom In 
tissvroent • v*»r* old 111 500 9*. $69 



Wanted 

in OAK BAY 

■pnriaut homo. J nr * bedroumx. targe 
ruuau tt»c«*urf, around 111 MO 

IUO liui li'i homo * 1 U 1 I bedroomi 
on mats floor uould uk* n bu of a#elu#lor. 
Armed 111 000 

Plan** phone Violoi Mrlwaa Eve#.. O •**' 



OUTSTANDING 
BUILDING SITE 



$3500 



turn m>oco bungalow Pwur bright 

room* and nook Hnrd*nod floor*. »od- 
rrn bathroom, tllod gink. • U Hat full 
r«m*nt baeement. furnace and garage 

An vscepilonsUy wad-bulil bam* In spol- 
,tu t in jitlon. Fin* **U-*ti»<k*d gerdsn 
Situated In high locailor Just outside dtp 
limit* Would cor.«id*r exchange for Bid- 

ZJ5.T* S8000 



THE CANADA HOME 
AND PROPERTY 
DISPLAY SALES 



WANTED 

nun ex in oood district j^QQQ 

T, C. fcAWTBR RIAt 01 ATE 

IS I PtaMnuD BU 

mu ■»? 

-7-ROOM BRICK HOU1B fURNlBBlD. 
/ Oood condition good r**»nu* 1»o 

bn (broom* Tno gultsw r»n**«, on* for 
onti*r unr*g*. fruit tre*» and (ardca 
1417 Pembroke. B 1*31. 



IN OAK BAT heart r Ita art** on ab* of 
«t n.lmin turn*. magnificent n*n 
Thi* u on* of Uk hnc*l tnodUoBB 



CADBORO BAY 
JUST COMPLETED 
A BEAUTY 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 



ii*** 

in Victor!*. 

Pnc«d at 



$4000 



CEDAR HILL 



Attractive Obit* r*d*r 
«r room* including 
Irtro ©p»r ftreptarc 
Full basement. fur- 
Ttug U * <-o*t hum* 

$6950 



A very attractive uhite eturco bungelou 
of t room* Unrdnood floor* In main 
room*, ih* fluor pUu It »o*nout and at- 
tractive. Ih* basemsnt U wumstning enerial 
• lib piped furnac* *nd dm* In g*r*g«. 
high, dry location riot* to tmniport*- 
II on. lu* UlU $3 MO • possibly !•*«• all! 
htnd.f. balance lit* run. (707 c 

run one* . * / y > J 



HIGH HAULTAtN- 

• idlng bungalow 
lari* Using-room 
four pl»-c bathroom 
nave *le. Lorg* lot. 

• nd may b* bought 
on term* . — 



Did Mimebody toy thing* urr# *Io«f Hon- 
•*tly, wav# n*»*r ee#n to many buytr* 
about h«r« tine* n* started nearly a >«*r 
ago’ Or perhap* lh*y no* enjoy ruining 
bar* mat la anop ot*r mr tale* that 
hay* no cornmiaaiun attached. We are not 
agent*. 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

lilt DOUGLAS »T. 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

IBl Government Street O 111 



A fin* wvll-bulll l-iwm bunga.irv In 
daatrablf •loaliun Thu huso# !* only 
3 )*«r» old and ha* throueh ball, tv 
Ing-roam with firtpitr*. dinlng-ioom, 
3 bedrooms and «-P)*c* bathr-oim a 
fin* cabinet kitchen wired for rung#, 
hot-water heat, attached garage t«» 

sr« 2 r. 10 $8950 

(Aak for J Adair— Evening*, B •3F0i 



1 HOURER FOR SAL* AT COL WOOD 
. -ROOMED BOUB* WITH (jLASa VER- 
4 *nd*. bulk. 1 acre and fruit Ute*. 
f-ruocu. oath and utility. new. ta acre. 

Phan* he.monl MOft 

, 0[ - — SIX-ROOM nous*. UMFIH- 
iZjUU Uh*d, li*tn| in. un* block fru® 
nu> ti d po*i oOc* 1U Bocklei Road 



PROPI.RT1 WANTED 



BRAND NEW — Whit* *lur«a bon** low of 
four room* with atlach*d garag* No 
baecmrnt. Lorg* lot PU>* *lew Rena* 
U Inaulatvd and you may pore ecchn 
to on aborl notice. Term* ^ 



WANTED IN OAK BAY. far client. 4 or •- 
ruum bunga.ua , not veer 13 year* old. up 
to |* Juu all catn Plena* pbont Mr. 
Bank*. B 3101. ar raa B MO I 



PPKOX TURK* ACRU WTTO VlkW. 

•him. • BUn. r.**> highway O 10 ** 



RTOP LOOK AND LISTEN • 

H ER* ARK TWO EXCELLENT REVENUE 
pro r»*r tie* In etxid rent*! dUtrlefg. 
Ruth have OIL-O-MATIC HOT - WATER 
HKAT 

Ha- 1— Four roolh* for th* owner plue an 
income of 11*0 per munth Near 

VJJT’' $10,000 

Ho 3— Three rharraln# room# f«r th* 
owner, with hardwood flonra la 
living-room and bedroom, and tp- 
rnne of *133 M per nion'li Or 
thl« eul»* could be r*tl»*d fur an 
additional »*0 P*r month H»rT*o»- 
Ine total income ta ltB3 ftd t»r 
month Full price wt'h Wrm* 



DEAN HEIGHTS 



AUTO COURT -The location I* right fur 
all tlm* and tberg'* iota ef room lor *a- 
paneiun on ih* IIS dcraa. w.-h a big 
highway frontage her*, in Uit* good, cum- 
fortabie court that bo* a coay throw-roots 
modern home foe the owner and four other 
*»: (-contained and w#U-f ureuahed iarga 
cabin* with car apart a.tarhxl AUa a 
amailer arparale cabin Ail haea oil heav- 
ing and ar* In eplendld eundltlon. Th* 
revenue le lilo Winter rate* Own waier 
aupply with unlimited aourc* Thla la good 

££*& $ 20,000 



Three yawn old. ihto t* on* of th* moat 
beautiful, moat atirartlvrly planned and 
beet value I have ***n for many a day In 
tfita price -rang* Through hall luaki liv- 
ing-room ll'iill'v Ipaki, attrartlee fire- 
place, maaier bedroom Hall, aerond bed- 
room 12il3 with 3 rtoaeu. tieaullful «- 
piece bathroom kitchen ITilJ wired lor 
electric range very attractive plan: kit- 
chen and dtneit* have floeat inlaid Uno. 
nn batemenl, furner* room equipped 
with etpenalv* HOT WATEH HKATINO 
SYSTEM radiator* M all room* Sepa- 
rate garage, aurrnundrd by 
b*eotlful s home* PTlt * JuJUU 

To Intpert Ih* above bom** pleaa* e*U 
Mr. Bank*. H 3101 or. Re*. 0 J»Si, 



HILLSIDE 



U UUDlNti LOT WITHIN 

arc* Cliue lo Central Park Slalo 
location and pure But inn* Cvtonlil __ 

H ave cash Folk levei proper tt 

near aealront. preleranlv with fruit 
tree* with 01 alUimit MtUgr No agenU. 



Langford 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

Ull DOUGLAS ST 



A S. MILLER 

1100 RLANBHARD ST Bn 



JUU iutal price *4 MO boy* oldrr- 

4- rue in bungaiba In Kequtmaii Fhun* 



An aitroeitve alureo bungalow uf five 
ruvima within a block u( the sew. ha* 
mpaciuu* hall, fine living -ruum. gueat- 
Re* dlnine-roum c*Mn*t kltataen w lib 
tl|au.c Th* badruomt ar* bf guod at**. 
Eh* Target having an oak floor Th*r* 
Ik • fflmlen, bathroom, full baaemeril, 
I.JV . 4 1 ^ 1 1:1 ar* oll-flrcd in*rrao*(atlc- 
ally nnlruilvd Thli bungalow waa 
built fur prevent owner and ha* many 
evtraa which make It an ^ 1 t rnh 
outstanding hom* ^ • I , JUU 

A*k fur Mr Hup* 



r--, RAYNOR AVENOTI — WILL-CON* 
J/ alrucied g-roum atucco bungalow. 

u*nl boAemant Oaiag*. 

ROOM STUCCO - HOUS* WITH KXTHA 
lot Aasurue mortgog#; prk# 1***0 



$ 1 enn Down SKVEN LARGE ROOM* 

I DUU Adjourn* Oak Bay Built-In 
feature* Oaa tluv* Hardwood floor* Re- 
decorated Full batemenl Balance ##*00 
at gnu monthly Rate an At iwo-family 
home Clue* btu 

LOVATT FINANCE LTD 

» A. 1*1 FORT STREET NIO RTS EMU 

PHONE E Ml* 



M FKOPLUTY FOR bALi. 



BA AN 1C H SEAFRONT 
4 GLORIOUS SSAFROHT PROPERTY 
a V ol * oerwa level land, aand teach, 
auuil.rrn tapuaur*. Mooarn. atUocUv* >- 
roomed bungalow with uelio. cuuid be 
email y enlarged. Otl-o-MatU hut -water 
heal Owner will glee purchaeer a real buy 
lur immediate action I'arlicular* irom 

JONES At SCOTT 

I 3333 3*0 Femberton Bldg 



MODERN PARM HOME and lour acr** 
Near a popular .*> * The bum* l* abac* ! 

Iinlah with luur i6vm* on the main floor | 
th*'. include a very imart living-room and 1 
kitchen slung with good all* bedroom, 
attached t* a large utility with an ea'.re 
room and laundry *»ar# There a a Urge 
double matching garage, large chicken 
buua* and atehle. and toe ooli fa all ready 
fur planting. Around 1.000 atrawberry 
plant* and other fruit* in now. Every- 
thing here l* ihipihape and £ 1 rv cf\rt 
amount* to good buying at 3> I U, JUU 

HIGH crrr-Thli amartly dealgoed hom* 
of ala nxxn* feature* a very h*ndy floor 
plan that makei for eaiy houaekeeping 
TYi* livlr.g-rooin la large with oak flaor 
and llrtplar* two larg* badrootr.a and 
another amailer, dining-room, very well 
equipped k'.uben. Air-rtindlt'oned furnace, 
large basement, attached garage Thla 
modern home ran he handled *in enn 
with IJ »00. Pul! price i • VJ, JUVJ 

ONE A CRB and an eight-room hoa»e that * 
now being ren'ed a* three aullei- The land 
U highly adapted to a.mdividmg ar.d th* 
houee le ealld ai they tear It# cloae to 
bua. ature,. clnev In Thla eotlid be mao# 
Into a very line piece of property bv a 
handy mar. Owner would take around 

RS* “"• n $7850 



- n . , HUBB4 ROAD. CADBORO. OPEN 
3841 FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY. 1 

PM TO » F M. 

.-RCXIU STUCCO HOUSE WITH EXTRA 
4 lot. cement baaenitnt and furnac* 
Auumv mortgage Price, 3S.M0 ll»l 



BAYNE REALTY 
31* Central Building 

Re*.. O .11*4 



OAK BAY 
NEW LISTING 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

ISIS DOUOLAS STREET 



C-HOOM COTTAOB. OARAGE 
D t ached; gull lamlly man. lor 
Cheap. Box S 8J3 Ctilunill 



It give* ■* great pieaaur* to be able 

to offer tMt fine Oa* Bay home two 
minute* walk from beach, coniieting 
v! eight large room* l.ntrance boll. 
U> lug-room with lirep'.are, dining- 
room. coar den -II with hardwood 
floor* lour large o*drnnm* and bath- 
room Hut wator Oti beating. Oarnge 

!..**»» c n Ann 



HURRY I HURRY I 

\ 3-ROOM BUNGALOW ON OOOD 
garden lot, containing guod alaed 
living-room, I bedroom, 3-pt*. taa'-b 
and large kitchen Clot# to lran»- 
porja'.ion. Ju*t decorated, ao It’* nl< * 
and clean. Fur th« prewar 
price ol only iZTUU 

TO CLOSE AN ESTATE 
And muat he anld, tblg very-well-built 
g-rooni hom* in th# Jubilee diatrlcl 
hat living -rod oi, dining-room, larye 
kllehen ) bedroom* and J-pce. hath- 
rnocn Full cement baeeraenl. hot. air 
piped furnare Drive-in garage Hurry 
and make ua an offer $5250 

OAK BAT 

Not for eume tinie have •* had Ih* 
pleaaur* of handling a home !i*e Ihia 
on* It u five coi-tenien; rooma. with 
hardwood lloo' •.braughnui and •• un.y 
thrre je«r* Old and new hcoin all 
around. Re euro 10 »*« iht* one aoon. 

?or 'olferi* 1 ^ “ $8300 

BlDB-BY-smE DUPLEX 
Only two ygar* old Four rodm* and 
haaement on each elde On* eulta will 
he vacant after March I. Owner 1* 
analuua to Ml! and will lake very 
libera! term*. Price Clfl Qf^rk 



U * ANTED THRO DOB V LA -TWO OR 
mure art*#, with Bte-rocm beua* 
Phan# O 1434 

U * ANTED — OAK BAY 1 * *- 

location and price Bo* 1409 Colonial 

\\-a-. TED NICE BUH DXNO LOT. 
vv cheap for c*»n Helmoni 33M. 



BOOKS AND SABEENOB DISTRICTS 
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LIVING 
1 in Ihta haautlful d tetri I and #1 the 
an me time making a good living, I have 
a n.oei dealrahle fruit farm of ” acre* in 
firet-'luaa condition having been well kept 
up by the owner who now withe* to retire 
Oood modern home In eacelleni 

Well-built 4- room hnuae with baaement. 
full plumbing, electricity. In village of 
Hunke. rloa# to achool aiore* and tran*- 
portatlnn Newlv deroraled and well kepi 
up by owner Thl* m an 4-3 ervn 



\ | LOVELY VIEW OF SLA AND MOUN- 
tam* 3 Iarga lute ut CadUuro Bay. 
near Upland* 1 1 boo each Uagar A 
til ay lie. Ltd 0*131 IkCiuiil* Utting 

i a E A UTTFU L WATERFRONT RESIDENCE. 
1 » 313 Mb terms WtU accept pound* a* 
part-pay m«ni Owner, Boa IMS. Culonlei. 



3-YEAR-OLD STUCCO BUN- 
loa* In. Term* 13 #*>0 O M7T. 



CITY— CLOSE IN 

ffoert CASH -Balance »M monthly FuU 
itJjU price *4 ISO Five- room aiding 
bunielnw Revenue pcealblllly 



BUNGALOW, FULL 



ROOM STUCCO 
bammenl. drive-ln garage 



79 WANTED TO BUT— HOWES 



A< REAtiE FOR SALE 



| vGRNEH LOT. bO X UP. IN OOROC. 
' excavated, with over *134 lumber, 
too lilted, water laid; good garden eoll. 
Whai offer* : Box *334 . Coio ntat 

illUNLIlOR FLACK~THE WILLOWS*. 
Vv oa* Bay. Lot* for aal* 31*4 Caauoru 
Bay Road K 1214- 



Ark fur H F Hepburm 



a 4 OR S ROOM CITY Bt NOAU)W 
*A wanted, with baaement and garage; 
IS. MO. half ea*h. Boa S4*l. rulontat. 



5 ROOMS— MODERN 
STUCCO 

r-rnen FU 1 - 1 - PRICE- Seml-bungamw 

J/VDU having through ball plan full 
•-•ment beiemant with drive in garag* and 
>-o*l aroter hot- water h**tlrig aygiem 
Concealed vrairraae to well-flnithed *IIR. 
Ternia available. 



IREE ACRES FER TRACT OF LAND, 
cleared good toil, unaurp*»»#d view, 
tire hearh on William Mead Road 
'tree bard eurfared road, high and 
C. «»13 



SECLUDED 
GENTLEMAN'S 
SMALL ESTATE 
UNOBSTRUCTED 
PANORAMIC VIEW 

f lVER WATER 
IEAR UPLANDS 

We are pleated to offer tor jour |n- 
■ apeetioo a Hiree-hedroom Oll-f*-Mfclle 
W not-water heated r**»S*nr# altuateil In 

a wood'd and heaulllully-landereped 

I garden of two acre* Thl* choice prop- 
erty it ideal for onmeone within* *e- 
elualon and beauty. Further d'taile 

I ZZ****;. $17*500 

Aik for Mr Herrington 



| 1 ASH FOR REASON ABLY -PRICED »-t- 
'J room hom* Oak Pav preferred. No 
agent*. tJnx #701 Colonial 



public achool bu*e« 



IVOR BAtE-40 ACRE* IN MUTCH OSIN 
I CHiod and and creek Bv>» 3319. Happy 
Vl *S Read 

i , 

* ’ loot froi tag* on Quad** N* " ’•J* 



AVI CASH CLIENT WAfTLNO TO BUY. 



1 I teijulrei flve-rnnm modern home, 
large being -rpnin erxential Appruslmaiely 
nne *>•** Peynrd Royal Oek. Plk lax* 
p-*f#rred Phone your lilting for imme- 
diate Invpectlor., Call Mr Mlichell. E4I41, 
Hrixierman * Co.. 1131 Bianahard Stroel 
Evening*. O 3*40 



A legend rr. $21 Blmioe 84. 



i nioick LARUE BUILDINO LCXI HIGH 
lucatlot*. goo*! -oil. on Stinou K»*d. 
aell-dralngd. O »333 . 

i «OM MERIT AL LOT. 3 BLOCKS FROM 
* J city cenltt O MM O MM 
I v XCELLENT LOT ON VISTA HElOHTB. 
le near Oriuvuer; 1400 B 901* 

fVOCk CLEARED BUILDINO LOTS. SO X 
T no le*( ; 1300 each or 0900 for balf- 
ac re lot, Colq uiU 3 4t»G 

I .NOR BALE — OOOD GRADED LOT. 
oppnailw 1341 Burton Ave 337k. B 1331. 



c ACRES, BTUMFKD AND W TME 
D rough *u light# fruit end pwiilirv 
farm On good road rloe# In tranepongllon. 
g mile* from Victoria Wnnderfpl pn* 
alhlllU** pure |I 1M Tvrmi a* Inw ae 
*$00 ro<h Con loci owner. O 4*39. oek for 
Mr R*t> h of«er # p ® 



CITY a n»ar nvw home ut four roumt, 
•tucco flr-teh with full tiae b*i«meo4 wi-h 
furnace, garage end an eklra **ml-fin- 
lehrd room All room* are ol good average 
lUt the living-room le well finished In 
tttrarliv* color* and Ih# klicbvn i* wired 
for priaer It'* another of those goud. 
avlld medium-priced home* that are In 
demand today $7350 



HAVE 1* 000 CASH FOR 4-ROOM 
bungalow with baaemerl Prefer Oak 
or Fairfield Wou'.d Ilk* good garden, 
agent*, piegte Bot R333. Colonul 



J UXURIOUB NEW 3 ROOM PUNOA- 
J low Oak Bay. Owner 3033 King* ltd 

ARIOGLD — MODERN 41*- ROOM 
cede 1 aiding bungalow eoniutln* of 
large Uving-room and fireplace. 3 bed- 
room#, Pembroke bathroom, cabinet kit- 
chen and dinette, full baeemwit and 
drive- In garage Cioae to transportation. 
Tateg 3S$ Term* 31.3VO Pisona ColquiU 
I3M. 



L IBTINOB CROENTLT HEEDED 
have th* buyer*. 

NEW STEAD REALTY 
Hewstead Bldg. Y34 Fort Si. — 



now roitucod for quirk aai* 



GEORGE E. THORNELOE 

>03 CENTRAL BUILD TNO 



NEW, SIX ROOMS- Thl* homo muel he 
sold soon, an make your bid on R now. 
Th* owner put all eelert material Into It # 
conetrufllon. and It haa three bedroom*, 
larg* Uving-room. dining are*, larg* kit- 
rHen all on on# Door Big bailment, two 
loli F»e thl* bow -tomorrow may b# '00 
7h-» -we -e u e al tnw wwrwe 4* vweww.# U 
muel o# sold 



Evening Phone*- 
Ma|or Yardtey. O l»3i 
Jim Ridings, B 4313 

RIDINGS REALTY 
1M, 1313 Broad 64. 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
1TD. 



F or rent, reasonable s a (-res 

good soil. Cloe# In. O 43 IS 

/N OHZ.A1JCR 3 _ CHOICE VIEW IOTS IN 
' Y Oat Pav corner Crearenl Road and 
!em Tv-*»re Wwarh— t*4 ancWagw 
nearby #1 30n each R 20M 

j 4 MS EXCELLENT REBIDEH 

I * tlol loralliy. K mlnulew’ walk city 
centre B 1331 

I OT FOR SALE ON TULIP AVP 1U by 
li LIS', all rlearad. high location Phone 



MARA BATE & CO. LTD 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY 
ROOM BUNGALOW IN OOOD 
ounri condition Nn objection to 
type, km bwww KAASMEX.T AND 

ACE Contact S W Anderann. Eve*.. 
I t ci Financial Survey Limited, 1134 
nmenl Pt B 11)13 or K 4344. 

JEfST~ WANTED FOR CLIENT. A 
eilly good five-room bungalow w.tli 
latlr heal In Oak Bav Client will 
aah and wiU nol argue about price If 



THE YORKSHIRE 



SEA VIEW 



.’I irlc kitchen, large aittlne 
dining-room 4-plece hathnxim li 
3- piece b* 1)1 room drive In garage, 
baaement, automatic It A healing 
dirt net Would consider small 
pat men) B 4934 



WELL-BUILT B-R<X>MKD STUCCO 



3 Acre* with small rebln 34 »6l 

1 Ac-e with trull tree* *1,10* 

J Arrer with modern 4 reoo* bungelnw 
and garage fruit ireet properly 
nicely laiirtscapert 3* 3*k 

Contact Bian Hyland Eve* ColquiU 34H 



OAK BAY We doubt If It l| 30*»lMl to 
f.nd v more eronuir irwlfv priced bom# in 
"• pr’ce br #r*e( (ban -hli on# All five 
rmynii ere n*>. 0 vumr • flnUbed wi'h beat 
Of everything. It a roomy *»!i i*'d eu*. 
and v»u enter #( ground f*»l, r*\ n**e a 
full tia .emeni l/tk It over <0^00 
Tli* owner ha* put It at 



TWO EXCELLENT BUYS 

EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS 

FAIRFIELD 

EOdArt Blucco bungalow, one y 

J04UU eld l+’f living -rowm oi 
fireplace gtiett aiae dining -rmim 
f twu} bedrouma 4 pre IVinbr 
bathroom, eirellent rahluei kite 
wire.] for etertrle range Full be 
meat, drlv»-ln garage Oood loratl 



OAK BAY DUPLEX 



Nlreiy tmalril wlltl bee n"ul 
r niiroie.el r aril -ronuinefl *ull»* 
te *e Ingli d>* e"d warm 1 
home «n 0 liueetmem Terova # 
on applirailo ‘1 Pull prle» ® 
O A Auciatr, Eve* , E 0 



N ew Kxn.uflivi listing attiiac. 

tire family reaidenre. in small rwfuded 
garden rnn'alnlnk vrvv larre llvll>*-room 
with nr* Orepiai* good-*lie>l oen wl«h 
Areplare large dining -room kMrhetv arid 

E aniry. beautiful mailer hedewim 1 rup- 
narde modern tiled 4 -plet-e baibtoom; 
open atalrwav lead* to epocioita landing. 
3 double uednvoma U-p1«» bathroom Full 
baietnrn' e»’ra toilet, oil auUimaltc hut 
»*ier lie aline Thlv hri>i^ ha- been 
tonvflr rrd»i*(i rated, all white woodwork, 
hardwnod floor* throughout Br»* floor, 
fully-moderniied kllehen An Ideal family 
Item* wllh low taxe* 

S*v Mr. Edwardr. Eve*. R 297* 
ClILl.KBPfK HAR'J A CO . LTD 
lit Fort Street O 1131 



rvn. rrrv lOT, ir * l»'. Shakeapetre 
* street 43M O 34*4 
EVEL CIJIAREP IOTS IN BBQU1MALT 
9 ri»*e to school* and bus Phone O 94*7 
iAK sat WATERFRONT LOT. 90 1 1*4 
> Oirttered bea.h $3 330. ravh or term*. 



1134 GOVERNMENT STRIIET 
h IMS wr f «'*4 

Member of Virion* Real Kaial* Board 



Ortf<i*9 If you like hui water hra 
auperb view arotir.d you and a very 
home to go with If lh#n drop " 

11 .per III • one Yog’ll P'id mo 
appealing and "planned for living 
nchir finished ihrou#n*iui with al 

• Mngi that o>*k# a good hom* ll 
large rdoinv wi'h nook, attached 
A pre 'tv home for 

• or near efferi 

II 700 Cavh That twt» you Inlo a fin# 
unit home of four room* with a modern 
interior and he* s very real kitchen and 
living room Baeemerl Wired for po»er 



U ’ANTED - OLDER TYPE 3 BEDROOM 
OunaaJnW with bavimrn'. In *ra>d die 
trlct by ea-RCAF ivermanenf rlvU 
• er tan'.. Will re-ro<>f dermal# or paint If 
nereeearj and a*»i*n $3 TOO Insurance to 
lieu of down payment. Will pay aoml In- 
•eretl rat* on full ag-eeim nt fur *a .#- 
Relerrnret Box M3S Coloniet 

U * a s 1 > 

rldnltr Rf val Oak Gordon Head or 
Burnside, bungalow with at least three 
bed rod at s garden with fruit trees and 
berries No agen 1 * FM” p*rt»cul#rs Price 
not to exceed U 590 Bu* «M5. Colonist. 



GONZALES 

Splendid ruder t>pe ti ru«ni bungalow *Uh 
full b.< «»" • ' eng bot-ilr pipe-" 

Thl* home 11 sound I v hull 1 *n 
ial* inside end out rrceptlunal 
terms may be *rr*nged 
Full pile* 

C O Hatch, O ttt* 



BRAND NEW FOUR-ROOM BUNG A 



9» lu*. two bedroomg. livti.f-room util ty 
room 1-ovcir kitchen with (he mutt mod- 
ern lanlltirt Pembroee bath and tuilet. 
Hrnnr le insulated. red*r shake outside. 
Durotd roof Fine aftuaunn right en bn 
linf No step* in entrance Large 1«- 
Lt» tare* f*u>»e**ion in two weeks *#e 
J W WHaart Real Estate. 79k Bank of 
Tnronto Building. O 301$, 



PI.ANDH VIEW LOT ON BEACH 
Drive tSJ by Jib B t$l» 

PtANDR IOT FOR BALE FHOHB 

O_7>04 

’E8TDOWNE ROAD APPROXIMATE! Y 
■. acre select rtPtrlef. private drtve- 
r 13 I no • B AS74 

TATER VTPW LOT FOBTAOE INLET. 
1 7E be S3I-. on Murray Drive O 9»*4 



$8400 



S MALL FARM ON WEST ROAD lO»'P 
proaiw-i Lake School' Apprnalmaiely 
1 a* re* eiceiienr ml ab'i"dai>r water 
suppii Small cow barn l*a» mow. pig 
pen and rh'caer hones Five- room hou**. 
large ii» «n* -ronm rhrse be.’room* kl’chen 
and hothmom under '"nslnirtton Iw'gw 
bedroom and workroom in haaement Clow* 
in Povi Off Ire and general ainrc. Pnrmg 

Cnlqulte stiff rrice now t* eno 



e 07 c A Btutno bungalow 4 ea- old 
!bo/0U large Ne In* -ronm. open fire- 
place tao eery gocul bedroom*. 

Rn.ei.dld large cabinet kitchen 4- pee 
Pembroke bathroom Full high base- 
ment. drive-ln #*-** e ReJeci loca- 

tion law lase* Fxrellrm term* 
There prnp#r<les are both Ih Immaeulate 
enrdlf loo and at prices quoled repreasnt 
HONEST value and warrant your im- 
mediate Inapertlon 



$7200 



NEW 



$4950 



HOUl AND ACRE - HIGH QUADRA 
4 TTRAf-m E 4 - R O O M BUNGALOW 
and utllllT room; basement and fur- 
nace N H A bull 1 3 year* agn. with over 

^ ,#M1 “ $7000 

JONES A SCOTT 

k j'23 130 Pemberton Blag. 



IW RANCH -STVIX BUNOALOW, 



rtVBN ACRRS ttOOP BOTTOM t AND 
I mo*' Is cleared with buildings Ho 
V t. A B"i M2I r nlnnlr I 

-, c PFR ACRE ••r-7,ARK'* l-AND 
5J-/D large small fvacts r*»h pas- 
menlr t iso map* Freder'rk Carvcct 
niwnee* . Winter Ifasen. Florida 



Things ar* moving noa Ou'-ol 
ln.ai hui*rt are vwrr a'U*e 
ru g no obllgatian whaisoeter 



Terns* $7950 

$1000 DOWN — VACANT 

9 rnom bungalow with full basemtnl and 
furna.e Neede some repair* and a *o«l 
paint Owner very insisui to *el> Make 

vnur ..an offer and term#. «,QC.on 

Asking prtr# J> JJVJU 

Ken Walter*. Evea.. O A437 



NORTH SAANK R 

IE34 I CLEARED. 4 ROOM 
low Full remen! barorrent 
Oarage Small harn At*-' 3- 
re rented for 119 per mouth 
ra-er *upp!v. Omwl Incatn-. 
tow. This la well 4707 c 
ing PRICE 3 / 0 / J 



NgW fl ROOM ATTRACTIVE 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



NEW FIVE - ROOflFD 



\ TTRACTIVB 

•tucco bungalow, near gulf eotira# and 
tran»por;atloi>. Through hall ami larg# 
living- room have hardaomt floor*, fire- 
place. two good bedroom* cabinet kl’rher., 
dirette, f»ur-pie*-e bathroom, large at- 
tjehro garage Good $6 g 50 

App y owner. 1334 Derby Road, off Mvpit- 



langford and colwood 

wnert d°* n i 1 »«»*""•• *cr* c<*y 

JO DU light and wa’er Lovele location 
in Colwnod B*l $1,199. 933 month. 

a 1 t r\f\ down. 4 -room modern bungalow, 
5 1 OUU cln*r to Larialord Lake B*I 
13 000 Ilk* rent. 

vo-rrnm railage and on# 
•re on Soane R«ad, In Uol- 
plumWng. garage, kitchen 



water heating. In Oak Bay enuih of the 
Avenue Nn agent* Full particular* to Bo* 
SUM Cnlanlet 

U * ANTED” j” OR 3 ROOMED CCrrr AGE 
Must he teasor able Could pa* *300 
down and »7* monthly. Near city R*'m- 
ble p*«v R 3*14 

WANTED CLOSE IN CITY. FOR 
v » < aeh client- modern nr rem<»d#cnlied 
o'd bungalow Prlre range ta *3.000 
George Thornloe O *317 

U ’ANTED - 4 OR 3-ROOM ROUSE ON 
3 aeres. through V L A . 9-m!l» elr- 
gla. Phon# B 57#a or Bci« 3487. Colonlrt. _ 

\\TANTED SUMMER COTTAOB BY 
v» beach, heiween Parkivlii# and Vlo- 
turta. Box i«wo Colon let 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

RAt. ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS 
4 ember Real F-stal* Board nf VleforlS* 
13 BROAD BTRErr THONE 0 7171 



GORGE— $1500 DOWN 



#0 1 CA PANDORA AVI APART M3. NT 
30 I DU bnuae alt# 190 * 90 t##’ near 
Chrta'ian flclrnc# Church. E N Bagahawg. 

B 4«13 

. 1 ACRES wn il 3- ROOM ED flO’ 51 
4/2 on Painter Road and Naval Col- 
lege and Exqulmal’ Lagnnt. II 309. 
B Homer Metchoiln Road. It R I 

7 ACRE CLEARED LAND. SUITABLE FOR 
I aal* a* lot*. J mil#* O «°** 



UPLAND* 



" F 1 500 iq fl. Full bavement. double 
ga-age mitl'aigd mnrtern throughout, lot 
loot ’09 Not !anfl*r*ped *10 590 caah 
Agaume N H A miirl#ee* 49 "O0 Wn># Bo* 
1134. Coloniet. for appulnlrrent to view 

9 xAK BAY 3-RDOM BUNGALOW 3- 
" " pier# bathroom pedes'll basin. 
Cabtrel rantry double sink* Garage 
Cement driveway John# ManvtQg ronf 
Fruit frees *4 950 E 3P90 



On* bedroom upetair*. 

Healed bv hot atr-Oll-O Mailt 
Garage in has* merit. 

EARLY FOMEHBION 

PRICE: $16,800 



$2750 



OLDFIELD ROAD 



$5950 



9 % s-res deep Mad loam l-ro».m dwefl. 
Ire cow harn and elihien 
per,# Priced at 

A new and evrepUwnaltV modern fnur- 
rMW c'tege *e Imie - wllh sew frontage, 
standing In 3 aer«a. with fine umber and 
• beautiful view, »!oe» t« Cberry Fnint 
on gnnd road Telephone and eleeirtr 
irKrH grx d water eupply and mail 
delivery 

Th# accommodation ewmprtae# email 
•dtranre hall with irfl beater, targe Uvlng- 
rtvnm ftntefied In knwtiy P'n* with Telo- 
heat#r flteolaie #iK>d bedroom modern 
tiled bathroom Hied cabinet #t>ehen wttb 
new eleetrlr range and garbwge burner 
Besement with elecirie #n-g*l»nn hnt-»*tef 
heater There |* alsn * small bed cnrim 
and partly »P*n sun porch Th# cnttwge 
la exceptional well built on full eunrret# 
fnur.datlmi*. no erperne having hear 



large' heilrut-ni*. Attached garage Prt<-e 
Inrludc* cireula’ln* oil h*ater and Vene- 
tian blinds. $7 950 B 4339 

» GOOD COMFORTABLE HOME Ft'R- 
a \ rushed or nnfurolxhed e)n*e tn 
Central Park. U'wti and schools E 979# 



D -tdMlf Oir#e- 
buhgalow nlsete 
Venetian blind*, n 
d central tocatlnn 



’ 4 -ROOMED STUCCO. l.ARGE 



9 kAK BAY 

" " IlylnE-rnom fireplace 3 lerge b»d- 
rnoma Vplec# nathroom. cabinet kitchen 
Tmmedlat# pwuroalon. $4,989. Owner. 
B 3714 _ 

.A 

v ’ with ill room henu 30 fruit tree*, 
price 3* 730 term- ColquiU 3*90 

CHARMING 

OORGE ROAD 4VATERPRONT HOME 
CJTUCCO BUNGALOW. LIVING - ROOM. 

sun room dlnlt-g-room. cabin#*, kl'chen. 
two bedroom" very modern balhroom, ce- 
ment basement, situated on IS a'r*» rich 
girder toll, fruit tree* amall fruit*. ru.-k- 
erie* fishponds »hnib#, badminton court 
A real home. 114*00 O 93TJ Hit agent*. 



LOT LISTINGS WANTED 
Sole Commission 5% Only 

LANSDOWNE HEIGHTS 
SUBDIVISION— OAK BAY 
(ExcIusivr Agents) 

130‘. panoramic 

. $2100 

$1260 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

Member Real Eetai# Board ol Victoria 
1303 GOVERNMENT STREET t 41! 



U ’ANTED TO BUY FROM OWNER 3- 
bedroom home In Oak Bav nr ralrtletd 
Full particular* In But I7« Colonist 

U ’ANTED -OAK PAY OR CITY J ROOM 

cottage or bungalow all caah. Full 
Box 3779 Colonist. 



- . , r r\ «*» ■ rr# « nf vrooortr 

5 I I jU In ro'wiwKl cite light and 
water Mat* splendid subtil sdt I on, gimd 
road, elose to *e* » acre* adjoining sem* 
wt'h 3-room eotta«» <,^7 SO 

Modern conveniences ^ 

Several mure 4 and $-room bungalow* at 
altrarttv# prlee* 

TONLL DO BETTER AT LA NO FORD 

He* the local Realtor and •*•• 
lime and evpens# 



partlrulars 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

*59 CORMORANT ST.. O 1933 
VICTORIA, R C 



I Y4Y for reven-'* home up to »* W>c 
nr small bualneas with living -quarter*, neat 
school. Box 1493 Colon lit 



$900 CASH 
FAIRFIELD 



tanadown# Road 
view* of era and 

mountain* 



ff i r\r\r\~ CAtiH AND P,R month 

J I UUU for 4 or 3- room bungalow 
Mull be in good rendition. Box 7731. 
Colonist __ 

BAY. 



tarkdown* Road— View Jot. 
facing weal. 73' * 149' 

Manduwn* Creecebt. faring 
west. 71 ■ 140 

Henderaon Road, facing e*#t 
laervtrea ar* ut', 90 a las 

Sandowr* Crwwrent weal eld*, 
two good lota Each 

The"e to” fie on the southern slnp# 
between tarisdown* Rowd end the 
Ethiblllon Grnuuds Call our office 
tor further information. 

N fl A AND FfMNlRBHSTVE EUfLDfNO 
LOANS ARRANOED 



4 S- room bungalow Close I 
Consist* of living-row n*. 3 bed 
plere Pembroke both dlne'te an 
kitchen. Full basement with ho 
nare and drive-ln garage , 
Prtr# . t 

EXCl.UBfVE UNIT NO 



S. J. GRANT 

tangferd. 



lOC'M BUNOALOW 
not more than |aaoo. Own#r* only. 



OAK BAY 

KXCLUBIVB LISTING 

SOUTH OF AVENUE 
Modern Stucco Bungalow 
5 Delightful Rooms 

Niceiy planned: «ar*# l!vlng-r*»m. oak 

tutor* medium •'iv#d dining-room oak 
flow’s 1 large twin bed-sired bedroom: 
t medium -eieed bwdrm»Mi modern klirhen 
and oatnroom through hell AQ r#* p,1, 'V 
oeewra'ed and In lively eondllion through- 
out flalendld high dry t mtomo nj v »U h l 
finished room hot -air piped ^urnsre. 
Isqndrv iub* and drtve-ln **»*•• 
well-pisn'ed gwrden Bar’v J*"*****^ 
from owner Isaving Ytriarta and priewd 
right f-r quick vat# at $8500 

gwly 

GORGE DISTRICT 

osnen WITH $3 00. CASH Practically 
$6950 new etnrew wme.lnw cnniero 

iliuaied among *m*d-tvF9 hwuae* 



730 Island Higher 

Fhnne Belmont - 
Office 17*. Resident* 



ALTON to FLEMINO 
1004 Blanchard 6L Fhwne O 3113 

JAMES BAY 

I lUPI-EX. up and down both 
1 "ultra ee If -contained, prtsaiw 
entrkii"#. oaeemer.l anil lurna'*. 
Revenue $11$ monthly Pro-eevon 
of lower sui e it room--, tf de- 
sired 37 OOP r*«h will hand'# 
thla »<>• a»d th# reel Ilk# rent. 

BUNOAIAlW — CAREY ROAD 
f - 7nr . A -Mr>drrn four - roomed 
S/ZUU bungalow that la a 
woman* dream end a gardener'# 
paradise. Full remtnl baaement 
with furnace drive - In garage 
laundrv tun* etc targe garden lnl 
With Bah pool, f-ulis berrtea and 
ahrubs Farly pt>*e*x*>"h term* 



OAKLANDS 



"THANK YOU VERY MUCH 
FOR SENDING ME A BUYER" 



Just th# hnm# far yon g-rnom cedar 
etdiiig bungalow. 3 v#a’i o«l Cvmelat* or 
living -room wllh open fireplare hardwend 
floors two nle# bedroom*. 4-plece P»m 
broke bath rablnet kllehen with breakfast 
nook wired for eleeirtr range r>iil base- 
ment with piped forhae*. Good e/QCh 
let. Term* Price J>OT JU 

Mr Otewn. Evening* O 4*o$ 



PARSON'S BRIDGE 



Brand new groomed bungalow gnuai'd 
near Windsor Park and the *•«, «« » 4“' rl 
Street Tliree bedroom* Spartcm* llvtng- 
room and dining-room with hardwood 
parquet B-mra. kitchen and 4-plere bath- 
room B**emen» and drive-ln garage 
••onyenienilv located near 
and transportation, flrat-clas* bui dina 
material" only ueed tf 1 1 QQfl 

Frtc#q rlrht at W ^ 



$3200 



|g* aeyse New four-rwnm #«ucwo bung* 
low In West heaolrh. #lo*e to tf 7QQC 
•tore# and achool J J7 7- 



THE BC LAND 

* [NVEHTMBNT AGENCY. LTD 
tri GOVERNMENT HTRBTT 0 411$ 
Member Real Eetat# Board wf Vletarlb 



UF1.ANDS HOME 



THOMAS & CALLIN 

$79 YATEB FT. PHONE B 1. 



DAIRY FARM 

«n were* #r-.%d txiriom land al' under eul- 
Hva'bm - l-fnam dwelling mndern eonew«l- 
enees Bam *'»r 14 head to i C AAA 
Within tg-m'l* are* fTlr# I 



THE CANADA HOME 
AND PROPERTY 
DISPLAY SALES 



OFF EAST SAANICH ROAD 
| VOUR-ROOM COTTAGE— S -ACRE OF 
l tand A r-d S250 Q 

HIGH GORGE 

A’trqrltv# thrwe-room 
bungalow Living rosun 

cabinet kitrhen with 

ex'r#- large bedroom bathroom base- 
furnace garage Garden lnl 55x300 

xirxzr 1 $5500 

NOME ANn REVENUE 
Close In, I* newly deroraled rooms, full 
basement, gtrage Low caah tf XAAA 
payment Full price JO \J\J\J 

FU RNI8MED BUNGALOW 
High locgtlon Lovely home of *'« roontt, 
full b*v»met>t. laundry tuba furnare drive- 
In garage larg* ial. fruit traei and small 
fruit* n*»# la bu* atop c/enft 
Pr.e# (term*. jODJU 

FAIRFtf LD DTinRICT 
Best localtwn Yew f»n# #e»en-rn-jm heme 
Full basement, furnace Aepar- tf QCAA 
at* garage. Price itermx* JO JVJVJ 

Evenings - 

Mr Whe#:#r, O *911 Mr. Hglann. • $497 
HOME LOCATOR* REALTY CO 
Ifll Central RuUdln* Phone O 9314 



"HIT" 
OF THE 
WEEK 



WATERFRONTAGE 
TOWNER BAY 



taland* Apply owner. 



SEAFRONT AGE 
METCHOSIN DISTRICT 

MAGNIFICENT VIEW PROPERTY. 9V, 
arrp* beautiful!* timbered. »«d »e#t or 
aewfroesage »e,gli*h-ivp# essttage and 
year-round *t»eem about nine mllea from 

ESS - $ 10,000 

BEACH DRIVE LOTS 

gn Foot front**# altuated •#*• of 349 Reach 
Drive *e# »ur algo, make an off## 



REF- ROOM HOUSE IN 
lyrw taxes No agenU G 



$8450 



$5900 



Flnext lor si "Ml 
mndern st'iri-a 
ha* open flveiilar# 
n«M , 
m»"i 
fen 
trees 



Reallv smart bungalow, breeae- 

wav t« attached garag* Thl# home 1# 
only • !#• **ar» old with grand #m*H 

garden 

"ATTENTION" 

16 DRAWN to th# exceptional floor wlan. 
which wa# devlgned lor rnmfortable llvliv# 
Th# b»*t of material* waa used In con- 
■truelton 



LANGFORD 

»* HAVE BEFN INICfRUCTED BY THE 
I owner »o sell w mr*sl aurwflv# 3- 
m bungalow with Utility room and 
dern *-pt#e# bathroom cltv water and 
b». Thl# la on* of the best nn the 
’ built a year To see Is 
i# owner will Inrhrd# a 



INEXPENSIVE 

rUU. Fissr-W Ff 



WATERFRONTAGE 



- FULL nun FV'SS , 

$4200 mtl# be nf *>«» conlaro-n, four 
7!mm. sign three-Plcw baibroom and 

r r, ?.tava aanlrv In nice I 

ferg# l«» with excellent soil Qs»‘*» 

Itan within thr#e-mtl* elrcM 

ALEX G. HILL & CO. 

ggg vt#w dtrvet 'Rtmsn 414' rt *741 
Evening* and *undat, 1 18d* 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

1313 DOUOLAS BT 



market and nol' 
le appreciate 
practically new oil range tf A 1 tf A 

Th# prk# ta 1 

33 909 Cash 

FA1RFTKI.D 

If yna are looking for * f^rtllta Pfua 
tl» 1 ng quarter# thl# 1* It. ^ J 

weii-but'* htius# In a good Inca'ton which 
ha# a through halt dlvtdtn* the p 
In 'wo on one "Id# Is ■ (Ivin#- room, 
dining -ronm kltrhrw and bathroom #a 
the other aide are I lav.# rooms, a 3 -pc# 
hath ronm and WdiMtinnal toilet Tb* “F, 
at airs 1* unfinished end at reasonaha cost 
rau'd be oonsevted Into a 3 ar 4-rtmm 
suite Full basement and <0000 
furnace Frve 37UVU 

MR ROBERT* 

H O Daltry to C« . Ltd . «34 View ttr«Wt 
Phone B 9341 



BONA' FIDE AND URGEN 



waterfrnb"a#e with live s'ream t hrwtSf W 
the nrosmwv The hom> vonta* n# 11 romwa, 
at) newlv deeoes'ed New modern pl"imb- 
!*» flee ba'hronm* and fuff be "emeni Alaw 
stt-rwnm eni**e# yreeqh"*#" r.btrbwn P*»*. 
barn fo- two head fdewi for tare# famdr 
home lode* wr eoneateaceet hnspi'al earn- 
mendtb# I|"« II ro» seed v'ew Roa'lng #»i« 

ftaSitnp foceiton *• mile* nnesh -t Ytc- 
• rr-« nn #t«#»'ch fn'ei Gwnev leering fwr 
rallfnrrite and eompejled US #elt #t * 
great aaevtfle# 

Aak for Weisoo Clerg V I 8#n #Il*t 1b 
Farm* ind Rural 14-mea— Evening* 
Phan# O 9*43 



EXCLUSIVE 



FIDELITY REALTY 

WIU JAM* Bt.DO . 749 BROUGHT OB ET 

O ARDEN F34I 



BROWN BROS.^ 
AGENCIES LIMITED 



CITY 

Wolking Distance 

THREE- BBDH'NTM bun# • * f 

■ .wndttkn. saver* 1 rooms 

fs B5rM5 M 

53-oS sa?v‘ * 

LOVAT AVENUE 
lake HILL 



ON THE 8-MtLE CIRCLE 

thro*- room 

$3500 
$3100 
$6600 



$6750 



Ofttct. B IJ34 



14* Arrs# four-roamed ho'.ss 
college. #wtimalod 1.0*9 cprd# 
standing cord wood Frier 



TURKEY FARM 
MUST BE SOLD 



EXCLUSIVE 

FOUR NT AR AUTO COURT situated Sight 
miles from Vlrtort# in w air# torallan with 
beautiful lurroundliigv tveryihtf.g in- 
cluded hero far successful operation 
Nhows net of 33-,. Bvrep. 
ttuiial value Full prtr# 

Mr. Bparrow, Evening# B 8339 



a eye AA down Her* ta your wtt»- 
jZJuU nltv ta acquire a good, inlld. 
warm bungalew nf fram# const ruction 
Consists •* thru hall. tae#lv ta»f* 6v- 
tng-room Wtth fir»pl*c# dining-room, 
3 bedrooms, nice kllehen. 4-piecw r»m- 
bred* bathroom a fun re mint be le- 
nses' t watc-matlc cowl #tnber hot-otr 
furnecw drive-ln garage with ctrewtst 
drt’rw#* tn front. 

FNII price only 3/OJVJ 

Ask for Me winter at 



71 acre* of ground 39 acre# «ie*rM 

roam modern heme •t#e«air't* • 
eater, ’wo bewted brnodsr tswwaaa #le 
hatchery *nd three large lnrob#«or* 

Ni v W warehouse wtih offhe 9b - Id 

pta’fv-m Barn ttahl# and 'mp!# 
•bed Thl# b-islnes* la espobtq wf 
dsctng *149 net per month 

Make a* an wf fer around 91 36* 

Call Johnny James 



URGENT 



I ^ClUR ROOMED DROI* HIDING RUB- 
■* game with Durold rowf. built *»• 
year* eongtat’ng of large tl#ing-room; 
3 bedroom# 3-pl*'# F»rahro*» bwthroora 
kitchen with built-in cupboard*; *»• 
•nuanr# ball and aun room 
light and rlty wa’er ApproxtmoUfy $ 
acre*. 3 cleared Chicken bwuaw. garage 
■iluwted approximately 3 mtr.utsw to 
main paved highway into Victoria, low 
la set Price $4 709 which Include# nlro 
kitchen »tov* with aawdusl burner Fur 
particular* write qwnar *• * **M. Cntantac 

l5oR BALE - LARGE HOUSE. T YEARS 
» aid. 1$ room* r*n bv convertod Inta 

I uest house or » »ulu# 3 bathrwaa* wniw. 

i*rg# granite flrep »c« ’* *cr# land- 

scaped land loeely view of ##* wnd moun- 
tain* 3-mtnute walk from beach. Fur- 
nished wr unlurot* ned. new #lactrk 
Nwcrtftce by owner far quick sale. Term# 
arranged Phone I IIU 

1.NOR RALE BY OWNER 3-TEAR -OLD 
I 4'w-rwuai bungalow, living -room wuh 
II replace 3 good bedrowm# bathroom, 
cabinet kitchen gillit* roam and #soTagw 
room, gee Ir.siwlted and gee rang# that 
can be bought, level loc laws and gar dew 
Manual ci district one bloc* la bru and 
store*, clow# to school Call owner. R 43*9 



w» want a wup#r * vow 

Rav. Ug lo 314MW *Ue 
far Iwq eseiuaie* ellenu 



THE B.C. LAND 

to IWVBRTMRNT AGENCY LTD. 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 

Eaiabtianod Itll 



FRANK S. GREEN LTD 

713 FORT ET m<m» O 41! 



$6850 



$2000 



TAYLOR SPITTAL 



VERNON MARTIN & CO. 
LIMITED 

73* VIEW gTREET - R #3tl. we Rvwa . R 



$5500 



FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW 
* $5000 

Thl* t* • nle# room* home wtth L R DR. 

I. 1 RR a wnd #un perch Full ba«# mer- 
er'* hotair furnare nrep'ar# J-P4#ce 

bathroom Stairway ta unfinished Silk 
apace Bit csrden and garage on rear tan# 
In aid# on*- mile el role on quiet reaidenllnl 
•Ireet. 

IU41 Tern* 



CADBORO HEIGHTS 
SUBDIVISION 



ihta 4 - room bon# alow 
fit basemen!, furnace 
with flreplwe* *.*9Vriy 

lawn* In BwwnWh. I^w- 

|3 M* cosh 

lay* iht* 3- roar- aid modern 
lacs bun#* low fwqr rooms 



$5300 

large nvinc-room 
tnta in I rolta and 
mite rlrole f 



FARM BARGAINS 

•IE inm af wen -drained 



ESQUIMALT, PLEASE 

A throw-aedroom atucco borne 'woe 
preferred- wanted foe client wl 
angina# in bgy In Esquimau Wl! 
up in 99 9M tf you nae# week * 
plea## get Ml touch W't* Reg COJ 
icranlnfa. E M4i . lmm*dlw(e tnaps 



$6700 



oungnlow Oiy light wnd water Large 
shirker, bsmee, garage end ggber qsrt- 
bv tiding* On pared btahwwy vtt Jl bua 
by the «»ar Three acre# cleared i"4 
bale ore pweioro with eamw nvn tewoa 
Owner goto# Bast QuNb *#)• required 

CALL MR MAT* 

COLWOOD REALTY 



$5650 



H W. MILLER & CO 

ieae government rr . rftoNB o 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 

410 VIEW BTRErr PRONE ■ TIE* 



Pemberton, Holmes Ltd 

t*a GOVERNMENT STREET. O E134 



property 

Vntlonce & Sawyer Ltd 



Lalf Ontario Shows Its Power 



Arts as Human as It Looks 



Dailll (EflUmtflt VkM*, B.C. 5 m., Feb. 26, 1950 



3 




Organized Labor in U.SJ 
Had Lull and Busy Year 



—Cw>tral fr«M CUMiut 

Huge wave*, driven by an eagerly wind, did extensive damage to 
raaldenrea bordering Lake Ontario In Ihe Hamilton area HiU week 
Here at Van Wagner* Beach a wave crash** over a breakwater 
• t ft ted luot Bummer to protect cotta ge* from storm* 



Daily Astrology 

By RITA DEL MAR 

SUNDAY, ( EUR t ARY 16. 19M 

Today * quotation "No Chnatlan 
can ultimately be an b»l*liunlf-L M 
— Harry £ maroon Foadick. 

Sunday for evrryune You Will do 
Well to make thu a quiet, peace! ul 
<Uy if you can. The tendency, how- 
ever, la toward excitement, up> and 
down*, unexpected situation*. Kc«p 
thing* a* calm and aereue a* pu»- 
alhla. 

Look for your blrilidatc and blrth- 
aian below. 

March 31 to April 19— -Artea) Fall 
In atep with the course of eventa, 
adjuxt to rrKiralnia affecting you 
or thr** nearby. 

April 30 to May 20— < Taunt** Oc- 
cupy youraelf with minor affair*. 
Maintain poise If persona about you 
are hard to deal with. 

May 21 to June 20 — (Gemini) 
Full in the purse -airing* and seek 
to affect economic*; play safe. 

June 21 to July 22 — (Cancer' 
Adopt a forbearing attitude toward 
other*, meet the demands of the 
situation. 

July 23 to August 23 — )Leo< Make 
this a day for peace, quirt end 
thoughtful reflection: find privacy. 

August 23 to September 32— 



< Viren’ Don't let concern over ani- 
l billon, fund* color your day. Fin ti 
relaxation in safe. ineapt-iudve ways 
September 23 to October 22 - 
< Libre > Be wilting to answer th« 
i rail of duty Key people may be- 
have capriciously. 

October 23 to November 21 — 
'Scorpio ) Dor. t let wearlnere or 
1 gloom obscure your outlook Handle 
I kin. dr'.ve with deftness and skill 
November 22 to December 21— 
'SagirUiriU6i Rerlmrge your vitality 
if you feel ••worn out" today. Con- 
fine spending within reasonable 
| Omits 

December 22 to January 19 - 
I (Capricorn) Accept n "into" role 
If need be; others may provide %m.vll 

assistance or sympathy 
January 20 to February 18- 
' Aquarium Try to alleviate difficul- 
ties of others or to show co-nprra- 
tlon Keep clear of "detours." 
Februurv ID to March 20- - 
, (Plsce*' Avoid giving an errone-.ua 
impression. Make no un»m rented 
expenditures. 

Planning ahead; Good for socia- 
bility, entertaining, etc , am of 
1 March 3, afternoon of 8. late eve- 
ning of 7; evening of 9. 

MONDAY, FFBRI ARY *7, IVtt 

Today's quotation: “All children 
draw. They only neod plenty of 
paper and pencil*, and their par- 
ents to keep off their necks ’—Ivy 
Low. 

Monday for everyone: am and 
evening offer the but spans of the 
day for expressing a constructive 
1 slant on things and for exerting 
talents He with thoie folk*, whom 
■ you admire. Afternoon veto im- 
pulse. hasty moves, chance- la king 
Look for vour blrthdate and birth- 
sign below: 

| March 21 to April 19— <Aruwi Re- 
main serene in the face of pos-lble 
I compIicaUuna In afternoon. You 
I should find a “happy ending" by 
i tonight 

April 20 to May 2b- (Taurus) 
Schedule visits, contacts, trips in 
a m or evening Buy put in after- 
noon. 

May 21 to June 2b— <Oem»ni> 
Discharge bill** or call In sums due 
you. Initiate gainful meitvure* in 
am and evening Protect assets 
In afternoon. 

June 21 to July 22— i Cancer • Use 
skillful tactics with hlgher-upa In 
afternoon. Show yourself in vour 
beat light this a nt and evening. 

July 23 to August 22— ) Leo) Fin- 
ish things, find sohitinn-* In a m. 
| and evening. Afternoon: veer away 
from idle talk, sensitive aouls. 
August 23 to September 22— 
• (Virgo! Plan congenial pursuits for 
ajn. and or evening Take "time 
| out" from social doing*, follow rou- 
tine tn afternoon. 

» September 23 to October 22— 
I (Libre- A M. and evening: attend 
‘ to primary items on your calendar. 
Exert tact, grartousnea* In pm 
October 23 to November 21— 
(Scorpio* Mould arrangement to 
suit prevailing conditions; don't 
chine. Baby Buggy good Play Pen, ^ u ** •bout revisions In program. 
Useful Household Furniture tndud- November 23 to December 21— 
lng Converter. Onk Dining-Room 'Bagittarlusl Feel your way cau- 
•ultc. Tables and Chairs. 3 Hl-Dvrn Uoualjr during the afternoon Bene- 
Oas Range*, Coal and Wood, fit through use of vitality, fund* In 
llangex. Garden Tools, Lawn Mow- am. and evening 
•re, Vegetables, Fruit, Shrubs, etc, December 22 to January 19 

(Caprlcor# Tender whole-hearted 



WASHINGTON. Feb. 25 (A*). — 
Organised labor in the United 
States had a full and busy year 
in 1949. 

It scored aoxue major victories 
But It also look it on the nose. 

High among the victories were 
labor's pension and welfare im- 
provements won after some costly 
strikes, the CJO.’i purge of Com- 
munist*. and the new 75-cent mini- 
mum wage. 

IU biggest deleat was a political 
one. H.i failure to put over the drive 
to repeal the Federal Tail-Hartley 
Labor Law. There was no big round 
of pay boosts as In the earlier post- 
war yean. Wage increase* were 
smull and -.prvad around fairly thin. 

CLAIMED SHARE 

Labor unions till were 1 rating the 
political strength they discovered 
In supporting PrcsJdrnt Truman in 
IMS They claimed a share of the 
Democratic Party* 1949 election 
victories. This encouraged them 
to make even bigger political plans 
(or 1980. 

fit rise tdlenexx ui 1949 was about 
three time* the prewar average 
But it was far leu than the big- 
gest strike year of 1946. 

The year'* worst labor crlm came 
tn October and November with the 
twui coal and steel strikes. 

Philip Murray head of the CIO 
and the steel workers. 'called « strike 
October 1. Finally. October 31. 
one of the steal industry ’a major 
producer*. Bethlehem, signed up 



One by one other steel companies 
' did the same 

The coal strike ladled 52 days 
Jolui L. Lewis, leader of tits miners 
union, had called two shorter strikes t 
earlier Ui the year. They were 
all muhueuvres In Lewis’ at tempi 
; to wangle a new contract from coal 
, operators. This dispute continued 
as the year draws to a close. Lewis 
wan'ed a wage burnt and a bigger 
welfare fund. 



MOUK C'O-OPF. RATION 

There was more co-operation In 
evidence ebtwern the CIO. and 
A PL. tn the international field, a 
trend that la likely to grow. 

Both the big labor organisation* 
decided to Join in supporting forma- 
tion of a new world labor movement 
opposed to Communism. The Idea 
is to solidify all workers against 
the Red* Top A.FL. and OJ-O. 
officials Journeyed to London for 
the formation of the new world 
labor group in December 

But there se< me I to be no evi- 
dence ihe two were any closer to 
merging into a single American 
I labor organization. 



Major Crisis 
Confronts 
German Reds 




Professor Berwick of Mw&su- 
chuaett* Institute of Technology 
Is shown a* he examined artificial 
and almost human head w hi- h 
was on exhibition recently at 
“electronic exhibition'* In Paris. 
Though head looks Minplc It's ex- 
tremely complicated electronic 
machine used by French technl- 



-CtUttl |T«*» CUIIltUM 

clan* for test* of audibility and 
resonance in concert halls and 
other Inrge rooms vfhere good 
acoustic* are desired French 
experts say next *tep will be to 
I add ear to head which will art 
I as microphone to record sound 
and transmit It through mouth, 
j making simultaneous recording. 



Tribute Paid How ll Started 
Bandmaster 



Maynard & Sons 

Auctioneer* and Appraiser* 
tilnre 1*07 

Instructed by a client transferred, 
and other clients, we will sell in 
our Rale* room*, 

fll-711 JOHNSON STREET 

WEDNESDAY, 1:30 
WELUKEPT 

FURNITURE 

Such as. In part: Sc vans I Limed 
Oak Pieces such as Knee-Hole Derk. 
Coffee Table, Comer Bookshelf, 
Open Bookshelves, 2- tier Magazine 
Tables, etc.; 8-pce. Walnut Dinette 
Suite Walnut Occasional Tablet, 
Loyalist Maple Refectory Dinette 
Table, l-pce Floral Linen Chester- 
held 8uite, other Chestertle Id 
Suite*. Organ. Converts* Tri- 
Lamps, Bun Limps. 2 Sewing Ma- 
chines, Carved Mahogany 4-Poeler 
Bed. other good Beds in Maple and 
Walnut, a* new Hollywood Bed 
oomplete. Twin (or Bunk) Maple 
Beds. Ranges, Heaters. Congnleurru. 
several pretty Bone China Tea Sets. 
Cup* and Saucer*. Brass ware. Whta 
Table Saw. Electric Juicer, good 
Vacuum Cleaners, Garden Tools, 
Kitchen Utensils. 30-J0 Sporting 
JUfle. etc 

■ee Tueaday'a Papers for Full 

Particulars 

Bam-inrnt Sule, 10:30 

Beatty Copper Tub Washing Ma- 



Auto Buyer 

w 

May Now Buy 
W hat He W ants 

DETROIT Feb. 25 ov— The ear- 
buying public h becoming menac- 
ingly price conscious und the auto- 
mobile industry apparently knows 
It. 

Both is the interpretation placed 
In many industry quarters on what 
appears to be a new postwar trend 
In car merchandising policies. 

From the time the industry' re- 
sumed production after the war 
un»U quite recently, the impatient 
motorist had to take what he could 
get • 

MANY EXTRAS 

Not Infrequently this included a 
lot of extra equipment such as 
deluxe steering wheels and chrome 
wheel rings, radio and heater, white 
aklrwnll tires- and even an auto- 
matic inmonnulnn. 

More car builder* are getting back 
to the Idea that the buyer Is going 
to buy only what he wants. 

From the merchandising Atsnri- 
pomt the new policy has a distinct 
advantage lor live car retailer He 
will lie able to advertise list prices 
considerably under those that pre- 
vailed *twe the war. 

CONTINUED DEMAND 

The auto manufacturer* gener- 
ally are predicting a continued 
heavy demand for new car* through 
mast of the year ahead. However, 
many dealers will wy that if they 
are to mnke the most of n more 
hUihly competitive market, they will 
have tn be able to give the car buyer 
exactly what he wants 



QUICKIES 

— By Kgn Reynolds 




FRANKFURT. Feb. 35 oT> -TlU)- 
lun and Politburo blundering have 
I plunged West German Communists 
Into a major crisis. 

Wltliln the party a grim purge Is 
under way to root out the •'TltolaU'* ' 
— Oerman Communists who refuse 
1 to put Soviet Russia's interests 
ahead of Germany's, 

The Communist prra* admits the 
“ha* danger extends right up to 
the highest party headquarters. The 
party announced suspension of a 
leading Communist member of the 
West German Parliament from his 
parly duties American sources said 
scores of party leaders have been 
thrown out and other* either sus- 
pended or eased out of top parly 
job* In recent weeks. 

PUBLIC HOSTILITY . 

West Oerman Communists face 
public hostility perhaps more pro- 
nounced than anywhere else in 
Western Europe ahera the party is 
legalised. 

In the Parliament at Bonn they 
an* shunned by all other parties In 
the industrial Ruhr labor unions 
have slipped from their grasp. Wes- 
tern Allied officials aay Communist 
membership has slumped 50.000 In 
two years There are now about 250.- 
000 on the party rolls. 

Private reporu lo Allied official* 
here bll the grisly *torv of purge* 1 
and fear, of double-croaing and de- 
featism within Communist rank* ! 
Much of what Allied official* learn 
from secret sourres Is (•••nfirmed 
publicly by the Communist* them- I 
selves 

OftPFRS FOR PURGE 

The Comlnform apparently I 
stepped In recently with orders for i 
a purge Allied official* aay. The 
orders were Clean house, purge all 
unreliable clement*, mold the re- 
mainder solidly to the Miwcow line 

The grrst purge to still In full 
awing One of thore expelled was a 
co- founder of the German Com- ! 
munlat porty. 

Only last week a group of Ger- 
man Communists who favor Tito 
over fitalln formed a new party, the 
“Independent Workers of Oermany 
right In the Soy let-controlled East- 
ern w.na. The party's program to 
Communist but the group plans to I 
appeal to Oerman* who favor Com- 
munism b'lt reject the dirts tea of i 
Moscow 



At Baiujiiet 



Members of the Victoria Boys' 
Rand, under Bandmaster C H 
Rowles. put aside their Instruments 
last week and entertained at a 
faflier-nnd-*oti banquet in the 
Labor Hal). Broughton Street. 

Tribute was paid Mr Rowira. now 
entering hi* 30' h year in band work 
in Victoria, for the fine work he 
has done In bringing out the musical 
talents In the youth of this city. 

The 75 people present lauded the 
bandmaster and hi* teaching of 
some l.4oo boys during hi* musical 
career 

The band itself played an un- 
rehearsed program for the occasion 

Pacific Lutheran 
Defeats U.B.C. 

TACOMA. Feb. 25 uP -High 
Hurry McLaughlin wrapped up hts 
coileye career tmra- tonight by lead- 
ing Pacific Lutheran to a 56-42 Ever- 
green Conference Basketball vic- 
tory over University of British Co- 
lumbia 

McLaughlin brought hi* four- year 
point total io 1,785, unofficially the 
highest by any player in Pacific 
Coast basketball history. 

The U B.C. Thunder bird*, sparked 
by Forward Ncv Munro. made a bull 
game of it until the waning moment* 
when McLaughlin broke loor-e. The 
Lute are scored his eight point* ill 
the 1 &m four minute*. 



Today's Pattern 



"t wax reading The Colonist Want 
Ada— and there It wax'" 



Children Burned 

BELL OARI»FVK. Cat. reb. *1 
(INK). — Twe little girl* were 
burned tn death, and a 2-mnuth- I 
old habv wa* rescued by hi* father, 1 
when fire de»tr«ved Ihe home of | 
Mr. and Mrs. Franrlo 8. Rrarkrn , 
today. 



— -Believe It or AW 

F 8 * 



MAYNARD A SONS - 
711-713 Johnaan Street 



Aortl 



•upport. but don’t expect a full 
meature in return Just yet "Oet 
around" In a m. and evening. 

January 20 tn February 19— 
' Aquarius) Give evidence of your 
abilities at work In a m Avoid 
mental meandering*, idle talk In 
afternoon. 

..Mu,. | e.bru.n’I.u.M.rchSO-.FWr,. 

a* oauised ihrcufh thu * on*uJU the budget before you head 
lad I L hf of pleasure tn afternoon 



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Ttxnxwn row badi>> »yi trwRM-f 

CtBAUID t>n(9,r* w 111 lie rrretvrd by Um 
C andrrtiar'd ue until noon on fn **r 
Msr^ Jt. itse !■>» erovldina Twe-Wsy 
Radio Communlrmofl WauleeMBI ter 'i>* 

Jobll ut» ol U»c CU» of VkCerla Tiro 
sad Pellr* D»psrtmMiU on 
mgetnei** 

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■srh t»nrt»r n>u«i he enrlsMU la waled i ■ . . , 

#a»»lnpe marked "Tender f«- WadM Ig.iis- 1 • ‘OVKl* hospitality, fun tonight 

fe’ijaxKwrrtiT.tjasI ph ' i ""’« (ot 

•f lender, made payable to ihe Cliy bHlty, rnlertalnlng. etc., am and 

evening of February 27, am of 
1 March 3; afternoon of 5. ia.e ***• 
017 l^eLSJg^nt ' nlnf ^ 7; evening of 9 daytime of 
12. 14. 15, 19. 10. 23. evening* of 
27 . 29. pm. and evening of 30. 

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Election-Free Year Confronts 
Citizens of Canada in 1950 



OTTAWA. Feb. 25 <F» - Barring an 
unexpected upheaval somewhere 
along the political from, Causdu 
will have an elect km -free year tn ' 
I960- the Uih since Conledrre Uon 
in 1967. 

With 10 general election* 
Dominion and provincial -in 1949 
and 1949, Canadians came through 
the busiest two-year voting period 
In the country '* hutory. 

Neither year- each with five, 
election* — *et a record fur number I 
of guneral Vote* The all-Ume high 
*u set back In IBM when seven 
province* -all there were Ihen- -held 
general election* Three tunes there 
were six elections in a year— in lktH) 
six provincial elect um*: in 1179 and 
190d. a Federal and five provincial 
votee 

In 1949 * June 27 Federal vote four 
provincial elect ion*. 7 253.753 votrn 
were cast, second highest total for 
a single year. Biggest year wu* 1945 ! 
first time alnre 1905— when Alberts 
and Saskatchewan became provinces 
—that a new province held it* ftr«r j 



With “.!»<.> 34a also in one Fe 
arid four provincial election*. 

■ Iced 1 1 

tlf« ion s- a pa" of Canada Tl 
Was ihe May 97 vo<e in Newt our 
land 

> !5!49 Ml 

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rtertlotk*. No government wa* 
fruird ii the 10 vote* in the ti 
years. 

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I ‘•'i a : N .. C ’ i| 

Coalition gmernmvnts made up 

• it., n i f 1 .m l l'. .*•;* • -H 

Oonaervatlve* — were returned 
British Columbia Mini Moniiol 
'lor * ' >>' bn L v in a . •und tj 

• inning m Newfoundland. In 11 
a Ubt-rel administration was 
elected in New Brunswick. Unit 
Natl-'iiale in Quebec Pr-rre <n 
CdnaervAtlve in Ontario, CCW 
Saskatchewan and Social Credit 
Alberta 

Nine toon -forty- two marked t h 
start of a four-year eyrie of electk 
free years There wiv* none In II 
or 1946. and none Is In sight foi It 



Bv JEAN NEWTON 
“GOOD FISHING IN TROUBLED 
WATERS 

In (he year 1641, there war printed 
the collection of “Scottish Proverb*." 
compiled by David Ferguson before 
hi* death in 1598 And one item in 
It wa* the following form of this old 
saying about which one of our read- 
er* inquire* - 

“It is good fUhing in muddy 
water*.” To this day one occasion- 
ally hearv the word “muddy' Inter- 
changed fur “troubled” water*, 
which was Uir original form of rx- 
pre vlon and remains the more 
popular one 

This is an old proverb which had 
been for »»mr ume in common Eng- 
lish speech when Ferguson luted li. 
and which long antedated the pub- 
lication of hu work Moreover, It 
actually appeared Ui print many 
decade, before the “ Scottish Pro?- J 
erba ” Ihla ocrurred not In previ- 
ous proverb literature, but in the 
writings of oue of the old English 
chronicler* It was Richard Grafton 
who gave thu paying it* flret re- 
corded u*c. In hu funuvUi chronicles 
publtohrd in 1568. as follow> 

“Their penukalaus whir he alwaycs 
de»yre ynur unqulrtnct e. wherhy 
they may the be' ter flshe In the 
water when it I* troubled ” 

There, it would seem, U the au- 
Ihonhlp of the bleu about Aching 
in troubled water*— or at least the 
first recorded expression of the idea. ' 
Early In the next century, Bishop 
Hall treated the metaphor as a fa- 
miliar one when he made this al- 
lusion: “Jeroboam had secretly 

troubled these water*, that he might 
fish mure gainfully “ A few more ■ 
decade* brought the lUHng as a 
proverb tn Ferguson, where the ex- | 
prexHnn la ’muddy waters," and 
with the publication of Ray a 'Eng- 
fi-h Proverb*.’’ In the year 1670. we 
are Introduced to another old term 
for turbid or muddy in “IU# good 1 
fishing in druntllng water* ” 

The poet. John Dryden, brought 
the -aylng quite up to date thus 
"Who Rich wad Oreat by past He- 
lve! I Ions grew, and long U» fish the 
troubled Waves anew 

•n« lasted br B«U RfnilJcsM let ! 

Tides at I irtorin 

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'.Jr* REWARD in HISTORY 
AS6AH6 W4fK nt S*fW HA5 HAD MfS 

WU5TACHE r k^v£D AT Tkf OF 

Tdc owmwv^ht of m federated 
w A eAV STATES fop 20VEAPS 
IT ms /V 0%. V C0*KHUTM HfAStW 
FDtSAViHG 20 OUL N P*2* 

w <£ S!^pies 

1 1 Z B)905 THAT ATI 

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EXPLANATION OF YESTERDAYS CARTOON 
The Aboriginal Csllle The White Cettle of ChlUtnghem Park. Eng- 
land. have come down In pure d recent from the Stone Age MfiOS year* 
a*r< They are all white with peculiarly. shaped horns aat at a high 
angle They are shy and difficult to approach They are so pure and so 
ancireit hi descent that they are Immune lo ail diseases lo which oilier 
cattle are liable. 

Please Address Ail Queries to Caru^ntot Ripley, c/o King Pretax *4 
New York City, N T. 



c 

9036 sizts to-re 

MARIAM RARTTN 

Tenner I You can make this drrre 
In an afternoon! Jusl "two’' main 
parte to aewt Plus those new fash- 
ion accent*— bloused bodice, d-ep 
neckline, cocky little pockets! 

Pattern 908k comes In Teen-age 
Sires 10. 13. 14. If Hire 13 take* 
2S yds. 54 ms ; bait, W yd. 35 Inn 

Bend iwenty-flv* cents In Coins 
((Lam pa cannot be accepted) for this 
pattern. Print plainly alxe, name, 
address, style number. 

Bend your order to Msrlan Martin 
care of The Dally Colon 1st, Pattern 
Dept . Broad Street, Victoria. EC. 



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NOTICE 

VICTORIA DOG OWNERS 

In order to' *a\e discount of $100, all d**gr, muvt |>e 
regiaiered and liren*ed at the City Hall l»v >larch 1. 1950. 
A penalty, not earccdinR $25jDO and coal*, is prr.vided in 
the by-law for any per»on or perkhni convicted of failing 
or neglecting to regutcr and licrnve any dog owned nr 
harbored by them. 

T. G. HARRIS. Collector 



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APPLIANCES AND FURNACES 



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It if 4 reqaTrVmcut of Scttion 2800 of the ghovt Dy l.atu 
that a permit be obtained from the Htnlditig Inspector 
before any itivtaMatum, erection or repair on any hot- 
water, ate am, or warm-air heating ay Mem, is carried out. 
All such healing work must be undertaken by’ a licensed 
contractor. 

It is in the interests of property owners that they ensure 
that a permit in taken out, so that the work may he ex- 
amined by the lluildin^ Inspector to make sure that it has 
been properly and safely installed. 

MANY FIRKS ARE CAUSED THROUGH l\l- 
PROPF.RI.Y INSTALLED FURNACES, THE WORK 
li WING BEEN CARRIED OU1 i N K N< >YV N TO 
THIS DEPARTMENT, AND CONSEQUENTLY NO 
INSPECTION MADE OP THE WORK DONE. 

Oil burning equipment cornea under the jurisdiction of 
ihe City Fire Department lor permits. 

J. W. COST E RINK, 

City Dmlding Inspector. 

Building Department, 

Civ** Hall, Victoria, 11. C., 

February 22nd, 1950. 



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To Overcome Menace 



Victoria Players' Guild 

Present* 

“UNCLE HARRY’ 

AT THE SIROCCO 

TUESDAY, FEB 28 - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 

THURSDAY, MARCH 2 - AT 8:15 P.M. 

Ticket* - 01.00 

At the Marionette and Oak Bay Libraries 



Legalized Wood Tests 
! Urged in Driving Cases 



a-Shooters Disappear 



Children Better Behaved 
hail Formerly at Films 



Legalization of blood teat* a* a these women were “In danger ot 
lean* of overcoming the menace having to resort to questionable 
’ drunken driving ha* been asked mean* to secure fund* to return 
1 a delegation of the Provincial home" after their stay In prison, 
ouncll of Women appearing before Substitution of fine* a* penalUe* was 
le Provincial Cabinet. suggested. 

Mrs Bertha Parson* of the Vic- The delegation was headed by Mr*, 
■rla Council of Women handed the r q cromler. 



film* for the movie club*, say* the 
ideal children'* program Include* a 
43 minute feature picture, plus the 
name period of varied ahorts 

“A program consisting entirely of 
short* is usually tiresome to chil- 
dren. The essence of a good picture 
to a child la a siory told in picture* 
They like a gap without dialogue or 
commentary, »u that they can dis- 
cus* the character* and action with 
their neighbors." 

Current favorite* at the movie 
clubs are “Trapped by the Terror." 
an adveuture story of the French 
Revolution and ‘The Secret Tunnel.’’ 
a thriller in which aome boy* help 
capture a gang of thieves. 



|ONDON. Peb 25 «CP> — Oone are 
| day* when movie theatre nun- 
I r* had to search Juvenile patron* 

[ hidden catapitits. pea-shooters 
|t toy pistol* Intended for bom- 
ding the screen. 

Children behave much better at 
movie* nowaday*.” says H. O. 
[.chlnson. controller of Britain's 
, movie theatre club*, “and they 
also more appreciative of good 
iaa." 

utchlnaoD should know Every 
urday morning about 400.000 
ngsters. mostly between seven 
| 13. attend special show* pre- 
bed at the clubs he direct*. 

LOSING I. It IP 

Lowboy films are losing their 
he added, “especially those 
.urlng vicious gunpiAy. Children 
stand for fisticuffs but don't 
■ too much bloodthirsty stuff." 
Current favorite* are comedies 
i good stories of adventure and 
tevement '* 

lutchln&on said the reaction 
Inst violence on the screen might 
e something to do with the better 
avlor of children ru the movie 
,lary Blckerton. wlio reserve* 



Westminster, 
president of the Provincial Council 
of Women. 



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Claimed SSOO Last Week 
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Assistant District Attorney Spencer Tracy and his lawyer wife, 
Katharine Hepburn, do some extra-curricular arguing in this 
domestic scene from “Adam s Rib.” M-O-M'a hilarious comedy 
opening at the Royal Theatre Monday. Judy (“Born Yester- 
day"! Holliday. Tom Ewell, David Wayne and Jean Hagen, 
recruited from the Broadway stage, are also featured in the 
laugh hit, directed by George Cukor. 



The resolution stated that driver’s 
who refuse to make such an agree- 
ment should not be burned driver’s 
licence*. 

The resolution noted that "so 
much dangerous driving and *o 
many serious accidents have been 
due to the drinking of alcohol by 
motor vehicle driver*." 

The Provincial Council of Women 
stated opposition to any amend- 
ments to the Liquor Act to permit 
extension of outlets for the nale of 
liquor. A plebiscite on the liquor 
question would not be opposed, 
however, providing “the facts re- 



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UCUELET, Feb. 25- — Pioneer 
British Columbia residents ore a 
hardy lot. A son born here To Mr. 
and Mr* J. O. Hutching* has more 
great-grandparents than grand- 
parents. The score: Four grand- 
parent* and dive greal-grand- 



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APPEARS IN LOCAL PRODUCTION 



HEARD IN HOLLYWOOD 



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movie*, can be seen in some. as the 
second heavy! And If you look 
closer In some of the John Wayne 
television western*, made 20 years 
ago. the girl he kisses seems to be 
Jean Arthur I 

FIRST FORMAL 
At Joan Crawford's party last 
Saturday night, her daughter Chris- 
tine. aged 10. wore her first formal 



By BHEILAH GRAHAM 

Ingrid Bergman stands to make a 
fortune from “Stromboll." She will 
receive 40 per cent of the profits In 
addition to 9175,000 which, by the 
way, wav paid into her Joint account 
here with Dr. Peter Lindatrom. 

Robert Cummings has decided 
against making any pictures in 
Europe. “After looking over the 
poor facilities there. I knew it wasn’t 
for me." says Bob Fine! I repeat, 
every time a Hollywood producer 
makes a picture abroad. It means 
less employment for local folks. 

MIchelllne Prell 1* Just about the 
hottest little properly tn town. 
After her picture with Tyrone 
Power In the Philippine*, she will 
ro-star with Danny Kaye in “On 
the Riviera.” a comedy with music. 
The first time I saw MIchelllne was 
In “Devil and the Flesh'’ Brother! 

To go R>i y_k to Mr. Power, his 
parly tonlgmis really going to be 
something, with Invite* to the 
Zanoekx, Ooldwyn*. Mavers, Gary 
Cooper*. Van Johnsons, Jack 
Benny*. .Gable*, Linda'* rloifit 
friend, the Countess Van Norn, the 
; Charle* Boyer*, etc Tv Is currently 
I living In a dream with with Iris 
| dream wife. Linda. 

colLec tk ifia.nM 

Frank Sinatra collects 1(10 000 for 
I his *tx week* at the Nrw York Copa- 
1 cabana. HL* contract at Metro ends 
tn December. They are talking a 
new deal whereby Frankie can make 
more outside pictures, 

Alan ladd or Rny Mlllnnd will 
star In “Detective Story" at Para- 
1 mount. Willie Wvlrr hope* lo rush 
fhU tnto production ahead of his 
| “Bister Carrie ' The studio b. a 
little afraid that Carrie might prove 
loo artistic and not enough bn* 
office 

Robert Mltrhum. If you look real 
' close In the Hopalong television 



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Amusements 

on the screen 



Atlas— “It's a Great Feeling ” 
Feature at 2 33 , 5 54. 9:40 
Dominion — "Samson and De- 
lilah." Feature at 1.30. 4:13, 
6 52, 9 36. 

Capitol —"Shockproof.” Fea- 
ture at 1:19. 3 24. 5:29. 7.34, 

fl 39 

Fox — "The Pnradlne Case." 

Feature at 6 45. 9 00. 

Oak Bay — “Sorry, Wrong 
Number ” 

Odeon — 'Tokyo Joe ’* Feature 
at 1:05. 3 12. 5 17. 7:23. 9 30. 
PI***— Mr* Mike " 

Hoy al— '• Adam '» Rib." Feature 
at 1:11. 3.15, 6 19. 7.23, 
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"I'm having a traditional olT-whlte 
satin gown, with long sleeve*, *' says 
Liz. Jane Powell ta the ante movie 
star In the list of bridesmaids, 
which Include* Liz's stand-in, Mar- 
jorie Dillon 

I've Just finished rending “Chi- 
cago Confidential." bv Jack I alt 
and fwe Mortimer It'# a fasrinntlng 
aerount of a fascinating city. And 
what a movie It will make I 

Kathnm Grayson's hubby. John- 
nie Johnsto n, 'is buck in town for 
a spell. I afIFThrui both With their 
baby at atBeverly tttjl* randy shop 
The little girl. In a steel contraption 
almost slAce birth, was walking 
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Dailll Colonist Victoria. B.C., Sun., Feb. 26, 1950 JJ 



Nanaimo Urges 
Fort oi Entry 



Plan Meetin 



Honor Tsolum Girl 



mcouvei 



Committee Outlines 
Empire Day Events 



On Estimates 



rom Colonist C 



NANAIMO. Feb. 31. -Designation 
of Nanaimo and nearby Cassidy u 
eustum* porta of entry fur private 
aircraft will be aought by the 
Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce 
A motion Introduced aa a move 
to boost tourist trade waa adopted 
by the board. 

It waa pointed out that If Na- 
naimo Harbor and Caaaldy Airport 
were named official porta of entry 
it would open up their uae to 
United State* plane*. 



COBBLE HILL, reb J5.-A meet- 
ing of ratepayer! will be held at 
Cobble Hill Qemantary School on 
March 0 to resume discussion of 
school matters The meeting has 
been called by O. R. Bonner, repre- 
sentative of Cobble Hill school at- 
tendance area, who acted aa chair- 
man of the ratepayers' annual 
meellnc last November 

School estimate* will be fully dis- 
cussed. also any other matters per- 
taining to school affairs which may 
arlxe in the meantime. 

Ratepayers from am othar school 
attendance areas, and anyone In- 
terested In school matters will be 
welcome to attend and take part in 
the discuaelon. 



•ondenta 



Evrry effort will be made to 
bring extra bands here. Fred Cave 
reported. L, Found and Capt. L. 
Tit min be of Salvation Army are 
assisting 

Advantage will be taken of the 
fact that Newcastle bland play- 
ground will be opened for the first 
time since the war 



NANAIMO. Feb -Raymond 
Oolllehaw Junior Chapter. I.OJDJC. 
will take over arrangements for the 
May Queen crowning ceremony on 
May 34. the celebration committee 
was advised. 

All committees reported progress 
on plans for the annual celebration 
here. Office spare has already been 
obtained. 

Oeorge Murdle announced he 
would show films of various May 34 
parade* on the Island In the Cana- 
dian Legion Hall at a later date 

Canadian 



Attend Parade 
At Parksville 



The U.MWA. 

Legion will form a sport* commute* 
under the chairmanship of Harry 
Porter 



- Phot* by W B McCwor 
BRIKA TIIR AN 
Erika received gold watch from 
Comox Logging A Railway Oo, 
Ltd, In safety essay contest this 
Week. She Is student at Taoium 
High School near Courtenay. 
Presentation was made at Oran* 
tham Community Hall by John 
McQulnn. company superin- 
tendent 



NANAIMO. Prb. 35 -Mr* Kath- 
leen Powell and J. Ree^e narrowly 
escaped serious injury wl\an a small 
car plunged 13 feet over an em- 
bankment off a city street her# aud 
turned upside down on a roof below. 

Mrs. Powell was learning to drive. 
Her companion, a police report said, 
had pulled up on Wallace tiUeet for 
her to lake the wheel. In come un- 
explained manner, the car suddenly 
shot ahead before Mr. Rees# could 
get to the wheel, and went over the 
bank. 



PARKBVIUJC. Feb. 25— A ca- j 
parity crowd arrived at Parksville 
Parish Hall for the annual Boy I 
Scout and Olrl Guide parade in 1 
which Cube and Brownies Jotned ! 
The parade composed of all the 
Mount Arrowsmith iroop* waa led 
by District Commissioner H. R I 
Haynes, and the Parksville Girl 
Ouioea formed a color party for the 
march from the Cenotaph to the 1 
hall 

Scoutmaster W. Wheeler was In 
charge of Parksville Scouts, with 
Cubmasier It. Hodgson feeding the I 
Cube. Coomb* Troop was in charge 
[of Scoutmaster J. Brooks, with John 
Allan leading the Cuba. 

| Rev. O. T. Pattlaon represented 
the Quallcum Cube. Guide leaders 
for Parksville were Mrs R Vesaey 
and Miss Violet Rheumer Mrs. J. 
H. Twklale and Mrs H R. Haynes 
led the Brownlee Coombs Guides 
were under the leadership of Mrs. 
Foster, and Brownies were led hy 
I Miss Edith Allan. 

At the service in the parish hall 
the lesson wss read by William 



Listen to Member 

LADYSMITH. Feb 36-An 



- Ptioio by Baldwin Btudlu 

C A MPBK1 X. RIVER TO BUILD MODERN COMMUNITY HALL 
Photograph shows model of modern memorial community hall made by Oscar Herslg. architect. 
Resident* of Campbell River village hope to raise sufficient funds to commence construction 
of building this year. District has felt want of youth centre and large hall for meetings ana 

sports for many years. 



CAMPBELL RIVER. Feb 25.- 
Newly-elected executive members of 
Campbell River Branch of the Cana- 
dian Legion were Installed a meet- 
ing on Friday. Magistrate P E. 
Lewis, of Quathla&kl Core Branch 
No. 154. officiated. Alex Linton was 
elected treasurer. A secretary will 
be appointed at live next executive 
meeting. 

Arthur Clinton, retiring president, 
gave a brief resume of the past 
yea r* activities. Jack OHaUnran. 
president-elect, extended a vote of 
thanks to Mr. Clinton and outlined 
some of the proposed activities to 
be undertaken. 

Two resolutions dealing with un- 
employment Insurance were passed 
i One asked for an extension of pay- 
ments to seasonal workers whose 
insurance benefits had expired The 
other urged the establishment of a 
permanent unemployment Insur- 
ance office at Campbell River Both 
resolutions will be forwarded to the 
Provincial Command of the Cana- 
dian Legion Several members of 
the Quathlaskl Cove Branch at- 
tended the meeting. 



Shelter Point 
Loses Pioneer 



Stresses Religion 

NANAIMO. Feb. 25 



Need for 

fitting religion Into the school pro- 
gram was stressed by Canon N. 5. 
Noel In an address to Thomas Hodg- 
son Parent-Teacher Association. 

Canon Noel said that Juvenile 
delinquency might or might not be 
assessed to modem educatlin. but 
thought that the modem school was 
so new lu fruits could not yet be 
Judged. 

Actually, tha sense of right and 
wrong wax brought to the child in 
the home, but he regretted there waa 
an appaltng ignorance of the Bible 
among young persons. He aid that 
sound character waa impoaaibl* 
without such knowledge. 



COURTENAY. Feb 25— A grand- 
niece of Blmon Fraser, early ex- 
plorer of British Columbia, was 
burled In Band wick United Ceme- 
tery Friday afternoon. She was Mre. 
Belay Wood. 05. who died at her 
h*>me at Shelter Point on Monday. 

She la eurvlved by her widower, 
four eon*. Robert Char la*. R.thaid 
and Louie Phillip*, six daughter*. 
Mre. Edith Jordheln, Mrs. Daisy 
Carson. Mrs. Mae Pontluth, Mrs 
Neill* Hampaon, Dolly, and Elisa* 
beth. There are alao 17 grandchU- 



SIDNEY, Feb. 35 -Annual meet- 
ing of lh* Sidney Waterworks Dis- 
trict was held In Sldnev Bclmoi with 
G. H Hamilton presiding W Peddle 
and O. Pratt were re-elected trustees 
for thre#-yesr terms. 

Mr. peddle reported |»cU nl 
•75860 and liabilities of *50,400. 
Revenue for the year amounted to 
*23 940, and expenditures were 122.- 
112 . leaving an excess of revenue 
over expenditure of about 11,827 
During the year a new eight-inch 



main had been Installed from Bea- 
con Avenue and Fifth Street to the 
Links at McTavUh Road, a distance 
of 13.000 feet. The coat waa •36.741. 
The Installation had Improved to 
tlie system. Mr Peddle stated. 

Since the water board took over 
tlie water system at. the end of 
1943. aboul two-thirds of It has been 
renewed. As soon U fund* are avail- 
able trustees Intend to renew the 
rent of the pipe line 

G. H. Watts, sanitary inspector 
of the Saanich and South Vancou- 
ver Island Health Unit, gave some 
Information on meUiods used In 
sampling wells, tesla to which the 
water waa subjected In the labora- 
tory. and on monthly routine check- 
ing Hla reports showed that Sidney 
water was of high quality and 
purity. 



Announce Program 



drrn. 



sentatlnn of the Ogllvle Flour Mill* 
Co, Lid, Tewn of the Week award 
to the Albeml District Rotary Club 
will b# rebroadcaat over radio sta- 
tion CJAV. Port Albeml. at • 15 a m 
next Friday 



Services were held In Button's 
Funeral Chap*l, with Rev. Frank 
Henderson officiating. 



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Name f waders 
At Chemainiis 



Your signature to a document 
will commit you and hind you 
and your estate. 



Charge Tiro Youths 
With Theft of Car 



icers 



GALIANO ISLAND. Feb 25 — E 
J B&mbrtrk waa #1 acted president, 
and D. A. New secretary at the an- 
nual meeting of the Gallano Island 
Development Association. 

B Russell. I. O. Denroche. E Wil- 
son. Mr. New and Mr. Bambrlfk 
were re-elected members of the ad- 
vertising committee. 

Mr. Denroche. P. dunes*. L. M. 
Walters, R. Lorenz and T Carolan 
were appointed to the executive. 

E. Wilson woe elected aud tor. P 
Robson. I. O. Denroche. Mr Bam- 
brlrk and Peter Denroche were 
named delegatee to the In'.er-Ia- 
lends Development Bureau. 



CHEMAINUE. Feb 25 -W Pais- 
ley waa elected president of the 
Chemalnus Ratepayers' Association 
at the annual meeting R J. Ander- 
son was named secretary-treasurer, 
and E Beaublen, P Ostrom and H 
Begga, directors. 

Reeve A. E. Beasley announced 
that a new municipal hall would be 
built at Duncan this year, and a 
small sub-office at Chemalnus ad- 
joining the new fir# hall. A bull- 
dozer and rock crusher from Che- 
mninus wei • also Included In the 
estimates for the year. 

A testimonial letter will be written 
' Prad Bescham, retired fir* chief. 

their 



Be sure you understand the 
meaning and consequences of the 
FIXE print. 

If in doubt 



Dios Suddenly 

NANAIMO. Feb. 25. — Bamuel 
Oreenway. 70. Chase River, who 
came to that district 00 years ago, 
died suddenly Thursday. 

A Yorkahlreman. he spent some 
time at Vancouver where he oper- 
ated a rooming house on Richards 
Street, and was employed for a time 
by the Vancouver Parka Board. He 
L survived by Ills widow, five sisters, 
and a brother. Remains tre at the 
D. J. Jenkins Funeral Horae. 



Juvenile court and the case was re- 
manded for Investigation. 

Both accused appeared before 
Magistrate O. A. Tindall. 

The youthful pair were arrested 
on Flnlayaon Arm Road by Con- 
stable Bud Godfrey, who fired three 
shots at the stolen car. The last 
shot he fired on the winding, 
bumpy road punctured one of the 
car's rear Urea. Bgt F. L. Jeevea 
of Duncan detachment of the Pro- 
vincial Police Is in charge of the 
case. 



Two teen-aged suspected car 
thieves, arrested after a wild chase 
down the Malahal Friday afternoon, 
appeared In Juvenile and police 
courts a* Duncan yesterday. 

Victor Waring, aged 18. believed 
to live in Victoria West, was charged 
with theft of the car owned by C W 
Dunne. 161 McKinatry Road, Dun- 
can, and waa remanded for eight 
data. No plea waa tnken. 

The 17-year-old boy appeared In 



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CcxJult a iauifet 



and volunteer firemen for 
years of service. 

A strong letter of protest will be 
sent to the Minister of Education 
on the high coat of education, aa 
the school tax has been raised again 
this year. 



Ladysmith Aroused 
Over Hamilton Idea 



If there is one enterprise on eorth that the quitter should leave alone, it is 
advertising. Advertising does not jerk — it pulls. It begins gently at first^ 
but the pull is steady. It increases day by day, year by year, until it exerts 
an irresistible power. 

—JOHN WANAMAKER. 



Kinsmen rnagi 
Club Banquet 



proposal better for Nanaimo, but not 
for Ladyamlth. 

Directors went on record as being 
opposed to any change. It waa con- 
ceded there were greater dlagnosUc 
facilities In the larger hospitals, but 
Ladysmith wanted Its own general 
hospital cloae at hand. 

Mrs Helml Kntllla. secretary, waa 
Instructed to ask the B C. Hospital 
Insurance Commission to clarify the 
term "cUnlc" aa set out In the 
Hamilton report. The commission 
will also be asked to aet a salary rate 
for radiologist services for one day 
per week, on the haul* of Informa- 
tion to be supplied by the secretary 
Gross radiology service* during the 
year amounted to *0,000, It wm re- 
ported 

Agreements were reached on 
nurses' salaries AU registered nurses 
on the staff of leidvsmlth Oeneral 
Hospital, whether British Columbia 
registered nurse*, or those registered 
from other province*, will receive 
the same basic rate. A *5 Increase 
will bring the salary rat# to *17* per 
month, with added Increments of IS 
monthly for three years, commenc- 
ing one year from the date of agree- 
ment 

The nurses now uae meal ticket*. 
Those who Uve In pay *1250 room 
rent. The arrangement waa more 
acceptable to the nurses, many of 
whom have home* In tlie city. 



LADYSMITH. Feb 25.— Director* 
of Ladysmith General Hoapltal dealt 
vigorously with many Important 
matters at a general meeting A 
storm of protest waa lodged agalnat 
the proposal contained In the 
Hamilton report to abolish Lady- 
smith Hospital and Substitute a 20- 
bed cUnlc In 1951, which would In 
turn he reduced to a plain clinic 
by 1«71. 

•We have had a hoapltal here for 
40 year*, and carried on through tha 
lean years better than some of the 
larger hospitals." said Oeorge Dirk- 
son, president. “Why should we 
forego thla?" he asked, declaring the 



NANAIMO. Feb 25 -The »0th an- 
niversary of the founding of the 
Association of Kinsmen Clubs waa 
observed by the Nanaimo Kinsmen 
Club at a banquet. 

Ted Miller reed greetings from 
Harold Rogers, the founder, and 
word alao was recalved from Lb* 
national president 

Donald Kilner toasted the national 
association, and R D. Alexander, 
governor of District No. 5, re- 
sponded. 

Mayor Earle Westwood, gueat 
speaker, urged younger men of the 
city to show Interest In civic affairs 
and to stand for public office. 

Peter Maffeo suggested a youth 
centre for Nanaimo with service club 
support 

A district convention of Kinsmen 
will be held at Nanaimo from June 
3 to 0 



Advertising 
in The Colonist 
Means Business 



Burglars Busy 
At Parksville 



CUMltlfg Ai*.r(Ulr» In THX COLOtOFT 
M en lnr*»tin*nt, ro*ti Ina and krins* 
sule* aelton. reaulie . a*»*mb»r. 

there • *• •«*•!») ill* let 



PARKSVILLE. Feb. 25 - Men's 
clothing valued at WOO was stolen 
from Johnson’# Clothing Store on 
Friday night. Trousers, sports 
shirts. Jacket*, Indian sweaters and 
socks were among Items taken, and 
two suitcases were stolen to perk 
them away In. The thieves gained 
entrance to the store by prying the 
bark door open with a crowbar, but 
did not attempt to enter Bloval'a 
Orocery and Wilson's Hardware, 
adjoining ahop* A month ago all 
three stores were burglarised, and 
Johnaona ahop lost about WOO 
worth clothing cm that occasion. 
Constable P R Hutchinson Is In- 
vestigating 



WEATHER FORECASTS 
East Coast of Vancouver Island- 
Cloudy with occasional showers. 
Continuing mild Winds light. 

Went Coast of Vancouver Island- 
Cloudy with scattered showers. 
Little change In temperature. 
Winds westerly 20 m ph. 



CONSISTENT ADVERTISING IN THE COLONIST IS 
THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL METHOD OF 
TELLING THE PEOPLE OF GREATER VICTORIA 
ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS 



DUNCAH. Poti ».-H«ivy ruin 
brought an abrupt end to Duncan’s 
Spring weather early Saturday and 
road condition* are again poor. 
Runoff# in the logged area* are 
keeping Cowtrhan and Kokailah 
River* high and muddy. 



MAY WE DISCUSS YOUR ARVERTISING 
WITH YOU. DIAL E4I11. 



keep you a prisoner? 



Are you tied to your home because you suffer from add heart- 
bum, Indigestion, or other symptom# of excess stomach a«d f 
Do as thousand* of others have don# ... get Plunder's Tablets. 
This combination of medicinally proved Ingredient* ha# brought 
relief to thousands suffering from gaatrb hyperacidity. Says one- 
*7 suffered from s tnmach f rouble. Within f br## day a/fer 
taking Plunder' $ Tablata, I tali improrad. Oaa and diatrata 
a/tar maala have been raliaaad and 1 c an aat anything 
within raaaon." 

You, too. may get this relief from the symptom# of excess 
stomach add. Ask your druggist today for 
Pf under '• Tablet*. Quick relief or money back. 

*-*!•» ret-rmi *•«»»• #• »’■ fA 



GREATER VICTORIAS LEADING NEWSPAPER 



This advertisement t* not pub- 
lished or dilplaved hy the 
Liquor Control Roard or hy 
the Government of British 
• Columbit. 



WHERE OVER 77.77S FAMILIES GATHER EVERY PUBLISHING DAY 




! 





flimMlLWAUKH ROAD 



dub -shaped tongu# whlrh «#n •*- 
tend about the length of th# 
animals body. 



LONG TONGri 

The chameleon, a type of lliard. 
catches Insert* with a long, sticky, 



36 latlti (Unionist. v.ct.H«, • c 

Su«4ay, Fafc 24, 19S0 



New Swedish Ship ( 



rove 



In Sockeye Grounds of Strait 



Business 
Booming 
At Dry dock 

— Marine Newt — 






local of the United Fishermen and 
Allied Workers* Union. 

the Canadian- 



VANCOUVER. Feb 25 Cf).— 

Banning of seiners from the rich 
sockeye grounds of the Btralt of 
Juan de Fuca was formally approved 
today by Vancouver fishermen. 

End r< nation of the International 
Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commis- 
sion ruling came in the form of a 
unanimous vote by the Vancouver 



The ruling by 
American board discarded the three- 
mile limit and extended territorial 
waters ‘indefinitely westward" 
across the Pacific. 

The board intended the ruling to 
protect glllnrtters In Canada and 
the United Slates from both domes- 
tic and foreign seiners. 

GlUnettem. who claimed they had 
120,000,000 in equipment and an 
additional 120.000.000 annual in- 
come at stake, had asked for the 
ruling. 

Union 



Business is booming around the 
Esqulmalt drydock these days. 

In the big basin yesterday were 
the freighter LaCumbre. for bot- 
tom Inspection and repairs, and the 
CPR'a coastal passenger ahlp 
Princess Marguerite. 

The latter ship Is nearing com- 
pletion of an annual overhaul, and 
is expected to return to service on 
Tuesday to relieve her sister ship, 
the Princess Patricia, which is to 
be •‘brushed up" for the heavy 
Bummer tourist season. 



Military Activities 



NEAR 

PORT ANGELES 



STH B.C. COAST REGIMENT 
Tuesday— IMS hours: Parade and 
roll call at Bay Street Armoury. 
2000 hours: Radar plotting 

73TII II.A.A. REGIMENT 
Tuesday-2000 hours: Band prac- 
tice at Bay Street Armoury. 

Friday -1945 hours: Parade and 
roll call. 3000 hours: Pay parade and 
band practice. 

NO. * 0.0 JL 

Tuesday— 19*5 hours: Parade and . 
roll call. 2000 hours: Practical radio 
exercise at Bay Street Armoury. 

Friday— 1945 hours: Parade and 
roll cull. 2000 hours: Operation room 
exercise at Bay Street Armoury and 
Work Point Barracks. 

CANADIAN SCOTTISH 
Monday— 1830 hours: Parade at 
Bay Street Armoury, drew, roll call 
order. Training as per syllabus. 

Thursday — 1830 hours: Sport* 
parade. 

NO. 5 AREA SIGNALS 
Monday— 1945 hours: Parade at 
Work Point Barrack*. 

I ST II FIFLD AMBULANCE 

Tuesday— 2000 hmirs: RC.A.M.C. 
and R C A S C. t -string, dress, roll 
call order. 

4STH SAN. SECTION 
Tuesday — 2000 hour*. Training 
parade, dre**, roll call order. 

AIR CADETS 

Wednesday — 1900 hours: Rifle 

practice and films at headquarters, 
Macaulay Camp. 

Friday— 1920 hours: Parade and 
roll rail at headquarter* Sector con- 
trol training, 

5RT11 AND 59TH WORKSHOP 
Tuesday— 1945 hours: Parade at 
Buy Street Armoury, dress, roll call 
order. 

SEA CADETS 

Monday— 1930 hours: Bund prac- 
tice at Rainbow Barrack*. Any boy 
Interested tn Joining the band 1* re- 
quested to report to the bandmaster. 

Tuesday — 1920 hours: Ship’s com- 
pany parade, duty division, star- 
board watch, foretop division. Quar- 
termaster will be O D Ian Pearce. 
Practice In bayonet fighting by 
Lieut. J. E. Mason. 

Wednesday— 1915 hours: Motion 
pictures will be shown at Rainbow 
Bnrracks. 

Friday— 1920 hours: Ship’s com- 
pany parade. Duty division will be 
port watch, quarterdeck division. 
Quartermaster will be A B Allan 
Olm-vtead. 

Sunday— Duty division will be 
port foretop. Officer of the day, 
Lieut. O. Cole. 

R.M.CJ. MALAHAT 
Monday- 2010 hours: 8hlp’s com- 
pany parade aboard Sault Ste. 
Marie. Training a* per syllabus. 



has added 



endorse Lion 
seiners’ approval. 



M.V. CHINOOK 



In 1946 there were 232 reported 
deaths from epilepsy in Canada. 



LEAVE VICTORIA 
11:00 A M. (Saturdays) 



ARRIVE VICTORIA 
8:00 A M. (Mondays) 



NEW CAR STICKER 



Ms. I.lons Gate, newest addition to Johnson Line Fleet, Is shown above. Vessel was launched 
at Malmo, Sweden, February 18. She wa~. christened by Mrs. T. Alexandra 8tone, wife of 
Canadian Minister to Sweden. Lions Gate, ulster ship of Ms. Golden Oate and fourth of series 
of five Johnson Line ships on Pacific Coast-European run. Is expected In Vancouver on her maiden 
voyage late In July. Speedy 19Vi-knot ship has an overall length of 500 feet, beam of 84 feet 
and draft of 26.7 feet.’ Cargo capacity Is 631.300 cubic feet. She weighs 9,000 tons. 



PACKAGE DEVELOPED 

Development of * new aluminum 
package for fishery product* ha* 
been announced in England. The 
new package, which ha* been thor- 
oughly tested, 1* described A* being 
“very light, and of pure aluminum." 

Made in varlou* size#, the pack- 
age* hold from one to three and a 
half pound* of fishery product*. 
There are special ’’trade" packages 
which hold seven and 14 pounds. 

Cast of tltr new container, it U 
reported, i* considerably leas than 
an equivalent paper or cardboard 
package. 

Quicker and mure efficient result* 
In freezing, saving at least one 
packing or handling, and the fact 
that the new aluminum package 
can be sealed virtually airtight, are 
some of the advantages claimed by 
the manufacturer 

The package is opened by pierc- 
ing and running an ordinary knife 
around the Ud, and since the metal 
1* soft. It doe* not leave cutting 
edge# after the opening. 



Also on Week Days 



Full Information at 



’^oXdoiJ 



BLACK BALL TICKET OFFICE 

814 WHARF ST 



Waitresses Picket City Restaurant 



PHONE E 0222 



These new five-color car stickers 
were given to 300 people who at- 
tended the showing of the Color 
Film* at the Prince Robert House by 
George Willis on February 21. About 
150 people were turned away, but 
they will have the opportunity of 
seeing the new color film to be made 
at the Easter Tour to Loa Angeles In 
addition to those advertised. These 
will be shown after Mr. Willi* re- 
turns from hi* tour, and not on 
March 15. a* planned. The fourteen- 
day Easter Tour leaves Victoria on 
April 5 for Los Angeles on the 9 30 
a m. C.P.R. boat connecting with the 



SAILING SCHEDULE 



Troilwavs bus in Beattie, stopping 



every night at nice hotels. There 



A new calling schedule for the 
Vancouver Island West Coast serv- 
ice ha* been announced by the 
CPU 

The service Include* atop* at many 
port* and point* of call along the 
West Coast, and each trip lost* six 
day*. Sa. Princess Maqulnna will 
leave Victoria at 10 pm (Pacific 
Standard Time) on the following 
date*: April 22 and 30; May 8. 16 
and 24; June 1, 9. 17 and 25; July 
I, 11, 19 and 27; August 4, 12. 20 and 
26, September ft, 12. 21 and 29. 

BUOY ESTABLISHED 
A lighted buoy has been estab- 
lished in 17 fathoms approximately 
one and a half cables southwest- 
ward of the Western shoal at the 
north entrance to Sidney Channel, 



will be four most Interesting sight- 
seeing tripe at the principal cities 
en route. 

Attend the worlds largest, most 
•pectacular and beautiful Sunrise 
Service In Los Angries, enjoyed by 
20.000 people annually. 

All are welcome. Come along and 
enjoy this Springtime tour. Particu- 
lars may be hod at the Western 
Canada Travel Service, 802 Courtney 
8 tree!, between the Poet Office and 
the Bus Depot. 



— Colonist Photo 

*’We Joined the union and we got fired, ’’ read placards by waitresses Olive Malln and Margaret 
Steele, of Dominion Hotel Restaurant. Picketing began at 5 p m yesterday. Girls were soon 
Joined by four other waitresses employed at Dominion. Left to right they are Maxine Calladlne, 
Inga Harrlgan. Violet Godfrey, Miss Malln, Mrs. 8teele and E. Hooper. 



c4ll-£xpen*e 

PoutJ 



in Haro Btralt, U 1* reported by the 
Department of Transport. 

The character of the light is 
flashing white, automatically flashed 
at ahort Intervals. 

It is also reported that a new 
chart covering the area between Port 
D>uls and Langara Island has been 
Issued, and t* available at Wul 
offices of the Federal Hydrographic 
Service. Belmont Building. 



Arranged by 

Geo. Willis 



(Nom« of 
writer on 
roquasi) 



by Shasta daylight 

7-D *y Tour to San Fran- €Q < 7 
cisco, including boat, tram. ■ 

taxi*, hotels and sight seeing trips. 

TRAILWAYS & GREYHOUND 
10-Day Tour to San Fran- CQC 
cisco, Santa Cru* and 
wood Empire, including boat, bus. 
taxi*, hotels and sightseeing trips 

BY ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO 
10-Day Round Trip to C 1 "7 Q 
Juneau, trip to Mendrn- w * I® 
hall Glacier, Territorial Museum, 
drive. 

SHASTA AND ARROW LINE 
26- Day Round Trip to YIQO 
F< a I hi * 

Portland. Shasta Daylight to San 
Francisco, ship to Panama, return, 
and hotels. 



Club Calendar 

MONDAY— Oyro Club lunchean. 

Empress Hotel, 12:15 pm. 
TUESDAY— Klwanlc Club luncheon, 
Emprea* Hotel. 12:15 pm; Vic- 
toria Electric Club luncheon. 
(Hrelhcona Hotel. 12:05 pm. 
THURSDAY— Rotary Club lunch- 
eon. Empress Hotel. 12:15 pm.; 
Optimist Club luncheon. 
Lougheed'a Banquet Club, 12:15 
pm; Oak Bay Klwanl* Club 
dinner. Oak Bay Beach Hotel. 
6:15 pm.; Toastmasters’ 'No. 38' 
Club dinner, Btrathcona Hotel, 
5 :45 p.m ; Cosmopolitan Club 
dinner. Club Sirocco, 630 pm; 
Kinsmen Club dinner. Pacific 
Club. 6 30 pm 

FRIDAY— Lion* Club luncheon. Em- 
press Hotel, 12:15 pm. 



Young Motorist 
Slightly Hurt 
In Odd Mishap 



If you botherad with this column 
yeatard*y, you’ll recall my atore 
A its meagre display. The 
on* I had in the yeara gone by. 

; ■ ■ i demand A 

And of how I alept in cold 
in the back of this etore. 

1 had a bath- 
tho by compariaon, in- 



A youthful motorist was slightly 
Injured last night when he wo* 
struck by a car while fixing a flat 
tire in front of 628 Island High- 
way. 

B.C. Police Constable Bud God- 
frey took # Charles Horne. 95 
Kelly Road. Colwood, to 8t. Joseph 1 * 
Hospital suffering possible Internal 
injuries. He was admitted for ob- 
servation. 

City police assured Highway 
Patrolman Oodfrey a clear passage 
down Douglas Street with a motor- 
cycle escort. Traffic lights were 
made to show red. 

Driver of the car was John R. 
Orlnny. Meadford Rond. Langford, 
who was proceeding south on the 
Island Highway at the time of the 
collision, police sntd. 



Another Ovonnft*4 

ROBIN HOOD 

Produc* 



February 20. said union orgnnlxer , 
Margaret Burgoyne. 

Soliciting «u done off the : 
premise*, she said. 

RELEASE TWO WOMEN 
Two of the waitresses. Margaret ; 
Steele and Olive Malln, were re- 
leased February 23. It was reported ! 

Mrs. Steele was aaid to have been 
an employee for five years, and Miss 
Malm for 14 months. 

Reason given at the time by 
manager Paul Arsen* wo* “shortage 
of work," according to union of- 
ficial*, who said that since then 
the restaurant ha* hired one full- 
time and two part-time waitresses 
Questioned yesterday. Mr. Arsens 
said the two women were not flrrd 
for Inefficiency or a* a result of 
work shortage, but on "personal" 
grounds 

FORMER UNIONIST 
Asked If he was opposed to union 
organization of his employee* he 
replied “No," adding that he had 
been a union member at one time 
hlmaelf. 



was the third by the union. 

Two previous attempt* failed as a 
result of management Intimidation, 
they alleged. 

Prospective union wage and other 
demands were not "unreasonable.” 
Mrs. Burgoyne said. 

Bo far a* could be ascertained, 
wage* at the restaurant range from 
a minimum of *18 51 for a 44-hour, 
six-day week for booth waitress## to 
about 122 for counter workers. 

Mr. Arsen* said, however, that 
company policy was to pay accord- 
ing to quality of work performed 
rather than by a atrlct wage *rale, 
He said no waitress wo* receiving 
the *1851 minimum. 



when I got involved, in 

•upply. 
torment, 

the bed on cement 
room, too, *L._ 

•trad of 3 fixturea. it had only one. 
And a half a mirror I managed to 
•ave, A ao in here 1 used to shave. 
With my broom A mop, the door 
In behind, you had to go outside, 
to change your mind. But I loved 
this booth, because to me. it waa 
my only apot, of privacee. And so 
I got, in sort of a rut, as I read the 
paper, A kept the door abut. When 
time for lunch, ’cause I couldn’t 
fry, I went up to the corner. A hot 
a pork pie. At firat I liked them, 
with the tee I brew, bat I learned 
to loath# their greyish goo. As day 
after day. in that lonesome place, 
with pork pies, I came face to face. 
So that even to-day, I can’t stick 
a fork. If I «usp*ct the least bit of 
pork So allergic in fact, that in 
magaaine*. I can’t even bear illus- 
trations, of pork and beana. On 
the circulating heater, brewing the 
tea often got the better of me. I 
used to struggle A vainly loll, as 
the water in the wood, was first to 
boU. I relieved this somewhat, be 
fore 2 late, a girl-friend borrowed 
her mother’s hot-plate. But when 
time for dinner. I went whole-hog, 
A beat It to town, to the "Poodle 
Dog " Beat it. that i*. if the flivver 
would start. A on the way didn’t 
fall apart. As I fed the gas. with 
my hand on the throttle. A under 
my coat, my hot water bottle. The 
reason. I guess, all this I recall 
there's a thermostat here, on my 
office wall. And NOW as I look, 
furniture etretchea a mile. T think 
of THOSE day#, want to cry A 
then smile. Yea, thoee meal miss- 
ing days of long ago. but of course 
I prefer, our present ahow So.— 
come on down, be a gueet with me. 
eit on a chrome etool, — have a 
DISH OF TEA. 



13-49 



More fun . • when you nourish 

ejsery inch of your dog whh Gaines f 



Stevenson. He will apeak on The | 
Outlook for the World " Mr Steven- 
son U a noted Canadian Journalist. 

Members of the Electric Club will 
hear Dr. J. B. Btephenson of the 
Provincial Department of Mines, 
who will apeak on "Uranium and It* 
Occurrences In Nature " The talk 
will be Illustrated with lantern 
slide*. 

Main speaker at the Toast mo# - 
ter*’ «No. 38) dinner will be A. W, 
Gusman of the local Trans-Canada 
Air Line* traffic department. 

Dr. Clifford Carl will be guest 
speaker at the Kinsmen Club dinner 
meeting. 

Cosmopolitan* will see a movie on 
paper-making In China. 

Members of the LJan* Club will 
see the film "Ood of the Atom." a 
Moody Bible Institute production, to 
be shown by D. rra*er McRae of 
Vancouver. 



Wonderful nourishment 
putt sparkle In hit eyee 

What fun your dog ran he ! — when yon gtv# him 
every type of nourishment he needs. Feed Gaineo l 
— the balanced diet. Gainee l* hennehieeted dog 
meal — biologically proved to bo nutritionally 
complete. Start feeding Galne# today I 



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Ontario ha* acme 179.000 farm*, 
with about 800.000 people directly 
dependent on agriculture for their 
living 



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LAST CATE WITH / 



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LIKE BUT. BY CRACKY. |T*S 
COMFORT A 0Ll a . »^ - L 



ARC11IK, by Bob Moniuna 



AW. GEE t WWY ' 
CBO YOU COME 
OUT » I WANTED 
TO SuRWM . 
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ROY ROGERS, King of the Cowboys, by Al McKinson 



REX MORGAN, M.D., by I>al Curtis 



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Victoria, B.C., Sun.. F«b. 26. 19S0 



New Buses for Saanich Heaeli City 



Weddings, Race- Winners, Sea-Trips 
All dome True, Declares dale Seer 



Defendant Not Driver of Car, 
Court Derides: Case Dismissed 

A charge of bring hi control of a in coll court you might be held 
car while Intoxicated against Clod- I liable c*n the ground* the person 
frey H. 6lmon*. 1193 Beach Drive, | driving was your agent a! the lime.” 



Rv G. t. MOUTIMOKi: 



naming the pitchers who would start | veil" and ridged fingernail! 



Ever alnce he crawled under hl» ** fh gerna-ar. achievement which 
for tune- telling mother a table at a * ^ld make lUm a valuable man in 
tender age. Frederick J Cornell has W newspaper* aporU department, 
been seeing picture* of the future He also predicted the last war, 
In hi* head— and In other people's and fought m the previous one with 



an achievement which 1 signs, he tays. of uncanny powers, 
lilm a valuable man In His mother Went ou telling for- 
ler'a sporta department. tun** until she died at nearly 100 
Toileted the last war, Jfxn t*f *8*- 
n the previous one with SAW FORD'S SUCCESS 

n Army, In 1914-18 he , The young futurist soon pro- 







heads. the Canadian Army. In 1914-18 he , The young futurist soon pro- 

"Mr. Futurist. 1 ’ to use his profes- plied up prealfge by predicting when greased from under-the-table phase 

alonal name, U currently earning hla aenlor officers would be killed. He lo giving full-scale readings before 

bread - und • margarine by Issuing declined to do the same Ijtt'c ser- he was seven. He claims to have 

forecasts at a Douglas Street cafe, vice for hla friends. Drrdlcted Henry Ford* aucceas in 



forecasts at a Douglas Street cafe. 

He claims a batting average of 
close to 1.000 In calling mamage*. 



Ill 



SAY mi: YEARS 



predicted Henry Ford* success In 
mass-producing au'omobiles. 

He claims to see the past, present 



none vj i.wv in iimiiwiHi. Another war? He won't sav w caiou io tee uw i«». 

fortunes, ocean trips, baseball win- publicly, but goes so far as lo predict ™d Attire of an individual by 
ner* and horee race*. that “there* going to be an awful Phrenology ‘reading bump, on 

Mr Fulurwt knows the query |n thr wnrld wlthln ay flve ■Iniltai, palm-reading, card-reading, 

which immediately leap, Into the yMfMnd u wU1 hfippen over . crysUl-gazlng. and just staring ln- 
cynlc'a mind —"why don't you me •• to the eyes with his own piercing 

your gift on horse races? * | A Mr ! 

He says he knows Just what to 
In store for him, but he doesn’t 



...... y e ars— at id U will happen over- 

cynic* mind -"why don l you me nl|fht .. to the eyes with his own piercing 

your gift on Inna races? * a stranger In Edmonton io.ked Mr. >‘ r 4 w , , ... . 

He has heard the question before. (<i ^ hlm , K)W ^ hc ,, ad He says he knows ml what to 

and he ha.< a simple answer ready: _ „., HW _ r Mr . In store for him, but he doesn't 

He dnrs use It on horse race\ when FuUlrUt RU corrfCt _ 0 ne hour! ““d It disturbing became knowledge 

he feeto Indeed. when would he leave? The answer bring* resignation. 



Every time h* give* his dollars * 
ride on a bangtail'* bark, he says 1 
hr knows they will come romping 
home, each one of them bringing 
two or three little friends. 

SELDOM BETS 



wa* correct again— he would leave 
within an hour, on the same plane 
whlrh had brought him there. 

When the seer told him he would 
return on a stated day In seven 
months’ time, the client said he liad 



•The vision* I've had every night 
for years and years have never 
failed me yet," he says. 

C OURT DISASTER 
A man and a woman who have 
the tame eye color or the same 



But he refrains from belting more no plan* for any such journey, but i birth-month are courting disaster 
than once In a while, because he would come clutching a 1100 bill If they mate, he says, 
consider* U would be degrading. If he came at all. Seven months He has met plenty of women who 
Recently lie U>ld a Victoria woman I later Mr. Futurist had the 1100. ' would have been Ideal partners from 



consider* It would be degrading. If he came at all. Seven months He has met plenty of women wno 
Recently lie U*ld a Victoria woman I later Mr. Futurist had the 1100. j would have been Ideal partners from 
that she would get a considerable He claims lo have had Bing the astrological viewpoint, but 
amount of money noon, and he to Crosby and Edgar Bergen as clients passed them by because he knew 
privately sum that ahe la going to when they were only a little way up they weren't for him He to fcUlt 
win the Irish Sweep. He decline* to the ladder nf success In show single. 



give the woman* name. 



bitoineso. He says he predicted their i He won't make any public pre- 



Mr. Futurist say* that whenever , diamond -studded careers long in diction* 



matrimonial 



he see* a car accident or nuddrn advance. 



future. "Of course if I meet a rich 13]h Paby 
Futurist widow . . ." he chuckles, and break* i ^ 



wu born In Montreal on January | off, looking 



15. 1892. the son of French and Irish trouble to that he feels he knows . , Cilanoula Kolllou. who 

as Ui^to Iia to«.4 m "liielrv i a-hal'a e/vlns fn Vianrifll * .... 



death looming, he refrains from Small, sharp-eyed Mr. Futurist widow . . . he chucXJe.H 

telling hto subject wa* born In Montreal on January off, looking a trifle * 

He called the 1949 World Series. 15. 1892. the son of French and Irish trouble to that he fee! 

he claims, even to the extent of parent*. At birth he had a "lucky what* going to happen 

Toy Club (Carries On ^arlime ^ork 




Four new transit buses slated for Saanich runs were unloaded from fneight cars toy B.C-EH. c 
workmen yesterday. Four are scheduled to go Into operation Thursday with an additional 
four to follow in about ten days. Costing more than $140,000, buses are of Canadian manu- y 

facture, being built In Fort William, Ont. " s 

War Victims Receive Aid 

— - 

Greek Girl Becomes Twelfth Member 

Of Telephone Accountants' ''Family 

Hew Westminster telephone »c- . - - — « — • * - giving cost* are being paid by the 

. New Westminster accounting ac- 
countants were passing the cigars par?me . n! . c f !he BC. Telephone Co. 

.round W.tn IhU. ret. V** m MAV STAV ON 

Thev have Just welcomed their , . 

W> m- f 1 When U»e three month* adoption 

> aUl b * by V * J I period U ended, the child will be 

Theoretically, that to. 1 - I kept In * USC. home as long as 

She to a faQicrle** young Greek , A health and Instruction to needed, 

girl named Cilanoula Kolllou. who ft %. even If the faster parents stop their 

has been recently adopted, bringing * ft contribution*. 

the a c courting department* Jmf f ft ni« welfare of the war-vlctlm Is 

“family" to an even doren. jK then p#ld for from contributions to 

CHIEF "MOTHER" | . the UJ5 C. whlrh have not been 

The young European war victim* j 8 ,v * n f° r a particular boy or girl, 

photograph and case history have ^ 1 

New Wf ^ R llll<Hll s lit I 11ITIS 

be called tlve dniarunent* chief 

I rom I inopr lour 



was dtsmtosed by Magistrate H. C. 

Hall Ui city police court, Friday, oil #u 
the ground* that Si m o n a wa* not In 01| 
charge of the car at the time of the l44 
accident. 

Simons was charged after an »c- H 
ddent at the Intersection of Yates j 
and Fort Streets. Febuary 8 j dr 

In hto Judgment. Magistrate Hall ^ 
noted that Simons told the poller at 
the accident scene that he was driv- 
ing. but that during a subsequent u 
examination by a doctor he con- i 
tended he was not actually driving ' 
The magistrate said there was a I 
wrong statement by Simons "which | , 
la a mutter of serious conae- . 
qurnca * . I 

Tm snttoflcd that you were not , 
driving but that you had asked Lt - \ 

Comm iRI Bremmer to drive the ( 
car." elated • Magistrate Hall. I 4 

He said the question urose: "Wire | i 
you actually in charge of the car? i 



MiiMBtrmtc Hall fald It seemed 
such a senslhlr action to have suine- 
one drive when one to Mirk or !u- 
toxiiuted. he didn't think a man 
should be iienulwril for taking such 



“It to a proper thing to do ... I 
don't think the Criminal Code In- 
tended to go that tor." 

Blmons was defended by P*'U1 
G. 6 loan. 



ON AGAIN. OIF AGAIN 

IIAHTINGLUGII. Kent, Eng- 
land <CP»— - Flghty-year-ald Jimmy 
Mills to gelling uvd t« retiring. 
Hr hoi Ju%l retired for the third 
time. 1 *»r 40 yeare he was a 
farmer, lie retired but soon re- 
turned to farming, lie retired 
again and yet again he returned 
In work. Now he* retired for the 
third time — for good, he hope*. 




» 



Theoretically, that to. 

She la a fathcrlers young Greek i 



has been recently adopted, bringing . m contribution*. 

ths account it. g department!.! Wf f m Tlie W( ,jf are 0 f the war-vlctlm to 

“family" to an even doren. JS thpn p> , d fiir from contributions to 

CHIEF "MOTHER" ^rjfNl' , the UJS-C. which have not been 

n»e young L'uroj^*n war victim* given for a particular boy or girl, 

photograph and case history have c ^ ■■■ 1 

New Wf • "•‘•'i r i 1 1 i«Hti s n( turns 

be called the dejiarunenl* chief '% 

ent don I* rom Europe lour 

l ,°t otUwa^ for' hwo S CMch boJs.Three r.iANOti.A koujoi . Back In Victoria alter a 

Cxech girls, three Spat.toh children Q ^ entercd France j ^' d ^niliiarlrntton trip b> Europe 

an Austrian girl *nd a boy and girl J. Und „,, ne [ y u ., t 6ummfr . 1 to Ronald L. WlUlam*. district T.C A. 

In France. Glanoula Kolllou, the Greek girl traffic and oales manager. 




So Easy to 
Learn - - - 



In Prance. .! oianoula Kolllou, the Greek girl traffic and sale* manager. 

m this B ^ TGephone now adopted, had recently been ( Klr wimama left here February 

"" «»* - — • 

dn«. and «duc«tlon»l «UPP»«. °™ n J ‘ fund J ^, d „ hclp „ mm \ ftrred to . mu Atlimllc Alrcrrtt. 

At the rate of 815 per month Q , thf y 0W ,j Greek war victims as then went lo Inndon via Goose Bay, 

this means three month*' care for JV)A5lble by pacing them in chll- Labrador and Prestwick. Scotland. 
I each war-stricken child* care In a drpn ., vlUfl ge 8 . Oianoula* father AftfJ> , dny and t hRlf , n London. 

Unitarian Service Committee home dlfd M tlie n , uIt ^ hardships dur- 1 hp , pft f0f ptrla rrlurTll ^ to um- 



D*«l< r* l«e 

K,iniim*o 

\ Cn . 

Wf#»r on* 
Olhcr fanmuJ 
ptaniit 



learn the |* 



14 an adventure . 



In Europe. 

Help to children In Crecho-Slov- 



lng the occupation. 



don. and aubsequently visited Glas- 



tjnnc are the old methods n( prim repeti- 
Ijnn, of dnviny the child l“ scale* and 
practice. We have nil information on the 
new systems and method*, the hook* of 
instruction, and we can show you a com- 
plete list of retjistorred teachers fp 'ti 
\v It ic It to choose. 



There are now 43 of these vll- gnw Edinburgh and Iceland. 



B.C. Toy Club, organized In Victoria during war by Mr*. C. Flight to supply EnglLsh children 
with much-needed toyg, ha* been carrying on cause. Above ta shown example of work. Chil- 
dren are in Plymton. Bouth Devon, and are receiving gifts from Queen s District Nursing 8lster 
Gwen Rees. Toy Club, which makes Its own toys, send* them to Sister Rees and others to 
distribute. Picture was sent to club from Bister Rees with appreciation for fine work. 



akla had to b*> given up last Sep- j aJtM providing for 18.000 children H „ ^ * C c(,mpi»nled by Frank 
tember. when there was no longer , Thp rPS | dcn ti*i vocational achool ; Holland. Toronto city traffic man- 
assurance lt would reach them. They whfrp olanfHll4 now Uvea is the aRrr for ^ airline. 

mar «tlll be "adopted" in Austria. f|r4t .ttempt to take 80 girl* out 

France. Italy, and Greece, however. nf lhe vlI i BRfa teach Uwm *ca- g , - , / - I • 

SPANIARDS REFUGEES lnr , %r avlug and drc*«naldng {AdUllS (jIKJIIC 

Spantoh children are from Loyal- | At the end of alx month's train- I 

tot refugee famlllca and are cared ing at the achool. at Glyfada, near I> ...... | >. ni . fi 

for In the USC. home at St. Goln AUiens many of them will return f 1 f / M > tFFl/Ill/ 

in Southern France. to their native villages and teach _ _ * 

The lost Spantoh lad adopted by handicrafts, as Glanoula plan* to Control of the Federal Progress ve 

the New Wentmlnsier accounting de- do. , Conarevatlve Association locally 

p*r:m«nt was Oamllo Marino, a ten- Three months of her training and swma ^ be in the hand* of a clique, 
1 R D. Harvey, city barrister and post 







Announcements 



All mrmbers of lhe British Co- t AnnoaJ meeting of Community skilful Barber Service •* habit). Traveling? High-grade recondl- vlcf . prw ,| dpn f 0 f the Provincial Pro- 

lumbla Ingfnccrlng Society are in- ] Workers' Club. ‘Cairo Coffee 8h.-)p, Estevan Avenue Barber Shop 2524 tinned trunk*, spotless, strong, cheap. Rrcss | VF Con-ienatlre A**oclatlon. 

vtted by the Vlctorl* Branch of the 1708 Dougla* Street, 5 J5 p.m.. Mon- "You’ll like my work " Harry FlrUi. ' guaranteed. All eterllixed and moth- , m|(1 laflt nljch t. 

rhryoanthemura meeting. An 11- Engineering Institute of Canada to day. February 27, 1950. R8 V.P. | Ladlrti' and Gentlemen's Hairdresser proofed. 970 Mcares Street. I Mr Harvey aald he would make 



luatratcd lecture will be given by A attend the private showing of the MLw Matter. E8198. not later than *ln<* 1900. 

J. Alexander of Vancouver at the National Capital Plan Exhibit which | u am, Monday, February 27. 

regular meeting of the Victoria and will be held on Monday. February Announ. 

District Chrysanthemum Society to 27 at 8 pm in T. Eaton Co., Oov- Mn r.dlth Cheaman. president of j 

be held In the City Hal! on Ihurs- i eminent Street store .. xhf . 0(loDhlc . 1 society, will sneak ! pr . 



Salvage collection for Fairfield, 
Announcing the opening of Oak pernwood and Mt. Tolmle We col- 



dar. March 2, at 8 p.m. L«i Holy- 
oak and John Craig will give lec- 



Aucllons! Auctions! Auclloru.1 



lures on work of the month All Don't forget the nuraery stock sale*. # p m Hpr IU bject : "The law of 
member* and thoee Interested in the Watch for sale data ®^r t ‘»'g *» K *nna " Free lending library 



Mr*. Edith Cheaman. president of j ***• ^“nrt* 

TT . , , ' . ' ... . I private hospital. Private, seml-pn- 

the Theosophlcal Society, will jpeak , P R , p ^ wftrd accommod .t:on. Your 

at a public meeting In Prince Rob- ! lnRpectlon lnyUed . PhoM B8831. 
ert House, Sunday, February 26, at 



Mr. Harvey aald he would make 
a more detailed statement" shortly. 

— 

Quaint Corner*, overlooking beau- I 



lect mg*, paper, household mat- | t|fu , Maplp B „ y 44 mUtfl north or 
tresse*. Phone E3413. ■ Vlrt or1a. for good food. 



growing of "mum*" are invited. 



March. 125 000 Dutch Imported Ata- 
lraa. Rhododendron*. Rose* Blue 



inspection mvucu. Arrange jour wedding reception. Bargain 

# club dinner, amnll Informal party. Bookshop. 

Women* Canadian Club. Tuesday, bridge tea. In Olde England. Teas, E2011. 
February 28. Empress Ballroom. 2:40 dinners dally. 429 lampmn. G 0233 



Bargain* in Book* at Kentish 
wkshop. 1123 Langley Street, 



i pm Speaker. John 8tevrn*on. Ot- 
The "at home" In honor of In- tava Joumaltot. 8ubject: "The Out- 



*t uHent*’ The Knlaht* &Pru«. Magnolias, etc, etc. Argali The "at home" In honor of In- , awa Journalist 8uh 
m n,r v”, a A- Knapp, auctioneers. 845 Yate*. *P«tor Robert Owen* will be held lor , k for the World. 



-- M 4 , i Chiropodist— D. B Calrd, Dfl C„ 

Drop In at the Malahat Chalet for 21fl p^Q^rton Building. B3732. 



of Pythias again offer you an op- 
portunity lo compete In their an- 
nual Public Speaking Contest. 



opp. Atlas Theatre. 

University Extension Association 



at British Public Schools Club. 1218 
Langley Street, Tuesday. February 
28. 8 p.m., and not at BC. Police 



Rummage Sale. Auspice* St. John 
Ambulance Brigade, Oak Bay Dlv. 



»"> . . CollMIff- ! mp. Wrfnwdv. M*rch ,. 



1950 For further Information con- Norm&1 Auditorium Mr. 

ault your school principal or contact H#nji 0rubfr Muslca ] Director. Vic- R.C A.F. Aa»oetotl«n general meet- 
the committee chairman Mr J. G. s ymp h 0 „ y ordimtrm. "The ,n «' Monday. February 27. 8 o'clock. 

Robison, Albion 2I4Y. before March VftU|# nf Symphony orchestra to Arm ? * nd Nnv y » nd ^ r ° rcc 
15.1950. Everybody welcome. the Community " Hall. Wharf Street. A sound picture 



Hearing Hall, 1416 Douglas. 
Newslead Hall. 734 Fort Street, 



breakfast, afternoon teas, lunch or 
dinner, dally except Monday. Amy 
does the cooking. 

"Uncle llarry," Victoria Players 
Guild production. Feb. 78. March 1 
and 2. 8:15 pm. at Sirocco. Ticket* 
at Marionette and Oak Bay Library 

Optometrtot — Howard L. Mac- 



The Island Hall. ParklYlUe, V I, > Giant nursery auction. See 8un- 



Hall, Wharf Street. A sound picture available for Saturday evening* LMormld, complete optometrlc aerv- 
on the Atomic Bomb will be shown, under contract to responsible or- |cp Appointment, phone B 7111. 

i gxulzatlon. E7194. Evenings, B 1702. Now on fjoor. Hudson* Bay Co 



BC. Make reservation* early for d-y< Fc bruary 26. auction page for Eure-Your fur coat remodeled . , 

Vaster week-end. since annual dog d . la u, n f wednewlav March l elant for ** ^ co * ts ‘ T P* ,rpd - cleaned The Grange, superior board-red- 0 | #f n . Tawenbarg. Swedish mas- 

trlato are held then Ten per cent re- Y ' .. glared, dyed. eU. All work by ex- J dence; budnea* or retired gentlemen *eur. • Treatment* In your home 

duct Ion for holiday* of a week or L ’ f . fp - . pert*. Park Pur*. 816 Humboldt^ preferred Quiet neighborhood; ga- , Telephone O 0155 or E 2311. 

lOTC , r llll jun, " ^ W ’ "" -” 1 d * U '" n,77, : n — — “ 4 .„ 

food end comfort. Well-known | , _ , . — Devaiuhlre Tea* eenred dally 

hoatelery to altuated on beach and ^ *** '' ,ir rrv 11 rtr * Hehubert Ulub Recital. Oak Bay C loaoe* n«w being resumed at Bam Toby Jug. Elk Lake. ColquIU 47R 

on Island Highway. For Inform*- , | United Church. Tuesday, February School of Fine Art* Painting and — _ - 

tlon write: Mary SutherUnd. Eileen ! hUl ) Wr *« h| , formerly of Frank 28, 8 15 pm. Oue*t artist*: Eileen sculpture Saturday morning Chll- 

Allwood, co-manager*. j Ivln ** 1, t i * rR * e ' b now ln blMdnf » Orr, vlollntot. Dr. R. J. Manning, dren'a class logins March 4. B 4984 WQQQ SPE 



David G. Ntoddarl, Optomeirtxt. 

413 Pemberton Building. C9531. 

The Old Charming Inn. Oak Bay 
seafront. Tel. G 0267. Mtoe Fwtng. 

Eatella M. Kelley. Est. 25 year* 
Electric massage, colonic. E9121. 

Piles Hurt You! 

If n>« bin Itching, bl reding, tnterDal or 



Hebubert Ulub Recital. Oak Bay Uloaoe* now being resumed at Bam 

United Church. Tuesday, February School of Fine Art*. Painting and 



rage. B 6773. 

Devenahlre Tea* aerved dally 
r loose* now being resumed at Bam Toby Jug. Elk Lake. Colqult* 47R 



protruding Pile*, don't oufftr another dsj 
• H bout Wring CMnorold. In 1* mlnuU*. 
Chtse raid atarta flghtlng rour PIlea In i 
ways 1 Soothe* pain and Itching 1. H»lpa 
(brink Htr, *»ollen ttaauat. I. Help* haal 



Irritated membrane* Money back anleaa 
Cblsa raid MtUflea you. A*a your druggu* 
lor ChtMcald today. 



In IS mlnuWe. 
your Pile* in S 
Itching 3. Help* 
W. I Help* heal 



4 FLOORS AT 1130 DOUGLAS 



CANVAS GOODS 

SAILS MADE TO ORDER 
Waterproof Clothing 
Indian Sweaters — $15.00 to $19.00 
Wool Socks — Canvas and Leather Gloves 

F. JEUNE & BRO. LTD. 

570 JOHNSON ST. PHONE G 4632 



RELIABILITY 

In RADIO 

a YOUR RADIO IS ONLY AS GOOD AS 

JHk TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE CAN MAKE 
> IT — BE WISE — SEE THAT YOUR SET 
IS SERVICED BY A MEMBER OF 



Man Wright, formerly of Frank 28, 8:15 pm. Oueat artist*: Eileen sculpture Saturday morning. Chll- _ B M B >Mf _ _ _ 

itiG.s' Garage, to now in buainesa orr, vlollntot. Dr. R. J. Manning, dren'a das* begins March 8. B 4984. WOOD SPECIAL ••• WOOD 

If hlm»elf at the rnrn.r of Rlai.«H. I ... ... »■ ve V ■ Aa W ■ O. ■ w 



Riding and Driving Ulub. 



Ivlng*' Oarage. 1* now In buaines* , ^ vlr.llntot, Dr. R. J. 
for himself at the corner -»f Blansh- nektU 50c al netcher a. 
ard and Yale* at Ote B A sign I 



fint annual general meetutg of the j Complete car repair* expertly done, 
club will be held on Tuesday. Feb- *U «w.n.*i*l 



Betty Fo«ter wishes to announce 



ruary 28 at 8 pro. in the Chamber 
of Commerce. Agenda: Reading 



Will the young man that witneas- 



o. J ed the accident on Thursday eve- ' 

,„d p T m, of th. MMUtuUM. M . n|n( ibout t . 30 >t ^ Md Phon, K .13*. 



Mr. Louis rirth. well-known hair her new business location to now 
stylist. Is now specialising In th# In the ScoUard Building, 1207 Doug- 
Zotoa fluid wave, featuring the l*» Harper method. E 4928 
fluid cut 738 Yate* 8t. t upstairs). 



suggested by the organlring com 



iilng about 8:30 at Dougla* and 1 
Johnaon, and came back to open I 



•mlltee. and election of oltton far ^ ^ ^ f<jr flf# , ptoasr 

the ensuing year It to hoped that contact R ^ 
all th«e Interested will attend. _ 

* • _ , . I EfJLM.1. Corps AsaoeUUoa or- 

Ari* Centre of B 1 ganlallon meeting. Room 4. 805 

•» Broughton *1 Courtney 8trert> Marrh , s 15 

by ^amateur painter, arranged by C °‘' 

National Oallery for Western Ctr- on fl ottmnn E 
cult Oallery hours li to 5:30. Tues- 

d Saturday and Saturday evt- »^ty of At C.eurge quart- 

: I erly social meeting Hard of Hear- 

Dlng. 7:30 to 9.30. 



onel Gibson, E362&. 



a.* u, Saturday and Saturday eve- «*yal Society of RL George quart- 
_ - n , , o I arly social meeting Hard of Hear- 
ing. 130 toT 30. J Inf H#u Dougla* street, next n**L 

Ronwn. repaired while you wait. Hardware. Thursday. March 2. 1 pV | 
ftri Kllburcef* the Jeweler* VMjOT mvi, ' d - 



COAL— COAL-COAL 

NOW AVAILABLE 

HIGH-GRADE ALBERTA DIPLOMAT «4 |j50 
EGG COAL i Per Ton • w 

HARKNETT FUEL 

PHONE G 2647 737VS PANDORA 



Phone E 6133. Miller ha* moved to 1612 Oak Bay 

■ 1 Avenue. French polishing, reflntoh- 

Electro- therapy, steam bath. lng. repairing by experts. 0 3723. 

scientific massage and colonic Ir- 

rlgatlon. ESI 11. 1324 Blanshard Enjoy reading the latest book* 

Street. > from the Marionette. 1019 Dougla* 

NURSERY STOCK AUCTION 
GIANT SPRING SALE 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1st, 2 P.M. 

SALESROOM: 845 YATES STREET 
(Opposite A tics Theofre) 

We sell for lest than retail — lots !e*» than wholesale. 300 R<v*e* 
to first bid over 24c. Fruit treea, Apples, Tears. Plums, Peaches, 
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» Lose Santa Anita , W idener Events 



('aluinet Upset in Two Rich Handicaps 

< umpiird from IXA K<-|>un« behind Ui the stretch to whip Clta- rode Noor with novlcain In his ankle , Johnny OUbert And Arcaro wa* 

The mighty Calumet Purm ta»ted Uon by a lenrtl. and a half. and admlttadly weak from dieting handling CltaUon In faultless form, 

a double setback in stunning upset* FANS STUNNED tor hi* alignment aboard the Juj,t as Jonea had planned, 

on two *eparate racing front* ye*- The five-year-old stretch runner, ^‘weighted victor. And UirT « Brooks, far back 

terday. under the whip and boot of Uttle Noor - wlnnar of only 627.500 In with fast -finishing Ponder, when 

ri- ,. nw _ Johnny Long don. upset the dope eight previous stake* efforts, col- Longden made his big bold move 

in the rCP T f ?, lory and ‘tunned (15.000 hoarse- lecte*d a cool 6100.000 for hi* oul of uir b&ck stretch. Noor was 

finUhL SI, w . 1 P ' throated fans. Citation and hi* astounding two- minute merry-go- going *o fast that Ponder never got 
si,' y . S!* r0 v ‘toblemates had been made over- round thl* afternoon and he haJted. thrre. 

belter JTih. l ; whelming favorites to win the for the moment at least, hopes ot ouuide of Noor and the Calumet*. 

w«k Ul ‘ wallop. Citation becoming . he leadtng bom. In the 

LTuTv! . „ ! BUI u>. tort brown BmUH-hr.d mor^r-wlnner ot al Ume. , 

at * u ^ prU, ' s occurred .p^^ter thundered out of the pack. ClUtlon. ridden by Eddie Arcaro. Ktng Bul whj Not was 

‘ California, when Calu- , iplt tln -dlsUnce from the wire, to the Uttle Italian with the boomerang , „ „. nMlha nff th „ p4W Mlclle m 

P- r *“?£* ^ j,***- run over Two Lea and Citation end nose, picked up 620.000 tor finishing %nolh , r ien gth back, two lengths 

, ° W .l^ r « lv * Charl “' Howard ** ,hlrd ^° nd 10 60081 hl * ,Ue - tUM eftrn * Ahead of Solidarity 

u . , ‘ ' 1 ■' ln '* * K ' victory in the rtcheat hos» race of l n * s to 6899.200 The rrnwd stuffed 61.009.640 Into 

guaranteed Santa Anita Handicap. 0l( . m aU . TRACK RECORD lh , lotting cage, 

. * hunk of bmwn-llghtnmg | it was the second hundred -grand- Noor miCe prtde ot lhe Royal Governor, ridden by Chris 

norheficsh from Ireland, roared from er victory, too. for Unigdon. who Wfalthy A ga Khan, roared around Rogers, won the Wldener by a neck 
. the fabled Arcadia loop in an emea- In a photo finish with Addison 



Racing Results, Entries 

4 a f | 4 • . I Knewtaag* Qook ll* My Lilli* MM 

/If ilitlltd A II it H u »“ Un * »«» 0 «m,» 

< J mill I bat* RuaSall 111 Inkv Uur 



/if tjcmffl /i in fa nxwu 

Vm«T IlCt- I uTrZ'r 1 ™' 

SSST « r *. ‘Jf'Hwr* *43)0 into 111 *« Conor k 14 
#h M la Coal 'p»ur«.ni I «0 4 00 

Cr*«l# PkM unarm an) 1 To VOl.'ETIf 

SrjkUhkd! M«<!»nir Pury. Pro»n J*»kl . It mrt M»n« 
Hilly Time. Mare.i rtirert a«Mt «un 

senoivu H*rr— i oiory aona 



c • ing two minute* flat. It was a new Rt*ble* Arise. Oolng Away was 

IlC 1^ III I'll «* clt ftootd. smashing the time third. First Nlghter fourth and 

Ijllll II il established exactly ten years ago by Loser Weeper last. 

1 another great Howard horse. Sea- 

Knowi-dsk Book 11* My Little MM . ins biscuit. DIKA8TER AT SEA 

[ DlWIUnr 11* Dudtjr Dor.na 110 j . __ — ... . A _ , 

I e-kti KuMkU in inky R»o«r ... ii« In the winner's circle. Longden. ' The British at earner Veatrl* sank 

' S^r " \\\ crckiion III wh0 P ut U P thr mo5t t* mflc P er * 4 * Ble off lh * COMt of Virginia 

I Oar.ua.ie in , formance of hia Uluitrloua career. I on November 13. 1936. with 110 

roram ant ai« farians* ' nearly collapsed perishing. 

. Kind M»ri« 111 Drawn CUppSf II* , . — 

e«**r sunk .. Ill wtk« Poiujr ii# Th* game Uttl* guy whose left 

1 oiory ann* . Ill Hoodoo — 10* 



* r, * t j>* 'O OliMonl *♦:! oo *ifl >n i 
B*ok Drop i NkTkt i 7 to 

War An. ad 

Beratchkd Mcholr. Priiniu w, 

P»* ct Mill. 

THIKO H At'*— 

N iii.rti Con rr,«nd 

»< M 14 10 

Otarlino TIkib i[ t.i*tlli I 40 

Miturl iC) OIUmuii 
Drrktchvd- Hurra RaMb 
mm am NA( R~- 

Ikufrll. M *0 14 M 

Dkrk Plr* 'ItoUrdi t 10 

npvod .Alwwmkkrr. 

_ nnn a ,< i 

|41U* Jo* iHivo.«nakkr) • ia ao i« to |4 

LlMiM Hkiilo iNr.M. J *0 

Catalan H*k. t'niandt 
Mcrktclikd: Rfiaiiua. 

SIXTH lltr- 

*»rry M (Arckru. *• So |* so 

M' A** Iflkrka* * 4* 

XoipktliiBi )Wr»trop«» 

*** KVTM RACK- 
H«-ir ‘Lontdro ■ til So *3 10 

etllHm •Afrwtwt 1 14 

Two las 

IIOHTH RAtr— 

Ji.nn.y John 'Srraiol ** *0 I) 70 



14.1 00 lion III 30 | Uohk Ol 



• IS Mudguard m and leg were badly bruised 

• *0 M'.ma im... I0« MM RukkkU . ll) last Wedn*aday. leaned tgulnst the 

rm . , rail and burled hla face in his hand*. 

i M PTH RACK -Two furlong* — ,, _ . . .. 

Hark* Br Dinar . in Uf*niairk — ui Charlie Hrrward. arm around the 

XTjszz* is fr;, ::: teuo. 

I aurtjakkkr in pnrgrifoi in who had literally tiegged to ride 

* ao Puna* . in Hiti ning poor in r>or in the turf classic cried un- 

B»rn BiiUkD ill KHir wni*k«r ill . ^ 

vusar hi Patrick wood . ua ashamed 



mm *4 io i) no 

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Help Kidneys 
In 30 Minutes 



4 M 11 ?0 I WUry Wiuriay ill 
4 10 4 00 SIXTH aACS fc i furlaDgk 

ISO Q 0 |,-g Bar nark 100 Hindi 
lirowti Drulua . Ill Why n 

* JO »4 *0 | Hyp Oulala 1U. Colorad 

* J J® Two Bkk« 10# Lllma 1 

5 QQ «,..n i io~* Cwm 



* •* J®® Two Bk*« .. 10#i_Ilma Bound .. 1L 
8 Srvkt>(.y 8**an . 1 10’* arVJ'har lom _ 1H 

Wui Mrtwllk . 1M Uiu % aii Ill 

»» 10 IS SO 14 10 0 * rhi * 

■ 40 0 *0 H y \ r V I H MO Bii fur)cii(> 

*70 Riihavnn 114 LltU* P!ow«r _ 1 « 

Plghting Oal 104 Pknnllaaa — 1W 

• II So |2 io |2 1* Spiteful 0 >j« 1QA rirarrl Bartar ll: 

*'* !!J Blf.imi EAt-R—M::. and th r**- it* 
1 Mkntha 

1 Jacopiol 1M Don 0~SuiU*an U 

»S *0 11 70 17 0# Top 8k<l#t .. .. 100 Cloiar Ml*i . la 

70 £ IS 1 Itykari _ . 101 Aaa:«a Trail ... 101 



ii* wr,or * n lurr ciRAsic, cnea un- Tmj gu /f, r rrom Barkach*. Oetting tfp 

116 ! ashamed Hlghta. Loaa of En*rT». Bladder Weskncaa, 

BunUac or luiun* Paa*a»*». Arhra, or 
And U was the greateit ride in fUMimatie Pain*, due u> Kidn*v and b ad- 
... , , _ , . dcr troublu, 7«u ahould try Cyttoa Within 

no the life of Longden. leadtng rider m nunuiet <!y»fai u*uaUy at*rta h*ipira th# 
HO Why m» Mark 10s . American turfdom Kldna/a dran oul tirtu arid* and irnuilng 

1IJ, Colorado Bua 1*6 / ' II ‘ 11(111 turiaom (uMt which may bo tha real cauaa of your 

”■ He completely crossed UD 8teve l»ouM* And thia may #glekly help you rain 

110 wuwMMwtciyr uasro up owrc iwp and knargy -mak# you faal youngor Un- 

no Brooks, aboard Ponder, the Calumet Cyataa quickly bring* you aati* factory 

threat which finished fourth. And wSd* 1 ?* Iroubi nf afmpiy" ratum tS 

h, rrourd up th. Patw of Jimmy iRJBV'SSSS 

1M Jonea. th# Calumet trainer. lt>« la Iom. ao don t auffar andhar day wtth- 



Two Lea art the early pace under 



amply package and you get your money 
back You hava a»arytHng to gain and nolh- 

a to loaa ao don t auffar another day wlth- 
aaking your druggUt for Cyataa. 



Alfa lOuerini 7 oa 4 IS 

Paani iMaihawa _ I TO I 

derate had. Sir Ronoy, lllua Charuh. w 

A'lrianna A,t,,m 



Fair Grounds 



mopioi 16a Don OWuiUvou 111 

►p 8a«r#t .. ... loo cioyar Mtaa ... jbt I 
raert _ 101 Aialra Trail .10* 

tpublhan 100 Huituo Plata .. lit I 

rtow Rork HI Mlrky HI 

N14TTH BACt— M la and a aUtaanth 
u a lllua ID# Sky Plana 111 



rtmar a arr— 

Dla Haiti iRhlrdl IS (W (J #0 •) *0 

Ear di. ma •Mrfhani) Ii M T 40 

HI Haah *B«>i«i 3 ao 

8r patched Our Dodo Pokar Via». Kuu 
Chum. Pair llanu 
aprOND BAIR— 

Inyarrork <Hming*M M #0 »« an *3 an 

Tattoo iJtnklna) 1130 *40 

nr»t Pal idagfOttl a 00 

H. r.ifhMl My Brand nir Splc. Oiory 

P- Wlnalno Aaay. Pan* O. 

Milan RA< a— 

Braby Quaen iHnu#l 14 40 43 I# 43 I# 

Miaa Monlatn 'Rairdl . « M 3 4# 

Oarulady iCIaylonl > M 

rot RTB R4< «— 

La Marge »7 M |3 10 44 O0 

Euaar C J iBm*»i 4 *0 14# 

Enlnt Chlrot <r>rl0U*aaral 4 IW 



I Jacalllua 

Lanu Baby 
Lueky Don 
Varnluman 

Duk« flaad 



aa Bangur Chanca 111 
11* Yankra Captain US 
110 Atomic City It I 
11* Oalvuld ... Ill 

114 Onrla Mar Its 



it anti an kmply Noiiaa 114 Unrta Mar 
..in Muehaa oraclaa HI Marr.alta B 

a an Marry Boy 164 Xltri Mannara 

' I . I Baraka flap . 



Traomanl II 

firm Kara. 11 *» 



If Hialeah 



El nd»r Kaaprr •Hatllngrf 17*# 43 M *) 1* 



OVERNIGHT ENTRIES 
PIRST BACR— Milo and an alahthl 
14 40 43 HI 43 M King Kay 114 Night Ufa 

4 ID 3 4# Di narid Mill 111 (to Lock 

7 M Rliclita 110 Olorra Chanca 

CndertUt lot llrcan Bnwlar .. 

Srrr flurkrr lit Crack Hasard 

*7 oo 43 M 44 O0 Amrr » r4J , riyar lit Althird 

4 40 1 40 Ur Hiatt 1 IP fa.r LlgfU 

4 NO Cn»a»ua 111 Shiriaand 

anoaii racr— « na furioogt: 



Captain Jea iBalrdl 
Erlak •Parriolitf 



u#0 iT» 117 Ikatalnar 117 

* 10 Kina'a Print* Ilj Bounrlng Baby 111 

Turrrnt . — Ill Muhlrr 117 

10 *0 t* 4* 11 *M Plncar .. Ill Oaflac Money 111 

1 40 3 4ft xnotk in Lyna Miracit .. m 

It# .C-.urega 133 

a... THIRII a Al C — Dll furlong* 

1 Tory 114 W>n>warlh — II* 

PirtPal lit Prafifofum .. 114 

44 110 11 30 »3*ft f».u, Rede Jit Blu* I.aniarn .. Ill 

1 4U 3 40 third War 110 Bail Hawk 111 

I to | Thirty La.a li« 

IM* Varna no. nil Rill RACE— Hu furhing* 

luntant. Thank Bal'lmora Jim 114 Brandy Punch.. Ill 

Man< liar in Kar Olbaon ... IM 

I Haw. Waakiy . 114 Brown Moat — 114 

|» an *4 40 ll ao “••'I* 

M l w FifTH BACR— Davao furlanga 

am * ,h ** T,fr » **• EUayy# 11* 

H.rncleAla ..111 Wlaa Cdtl# Ilf 

Juavi Ti'innar it* Plying Man* 11$ 

48 10 44 3# 4) #6 Haioratta . 11* On . Ill 

7*0 a*u RIITH BAT R— Ml i a and an alghUt: 

4 4# Bmaan Crown 107 Locuiidala 

i Andrwrlaa III Kln.mao . lit 

[TRIES Ra-yatnaon 107 Pane# Mlaatoo 11* 

, Trumo-t King 111 Monta 11) 

... atVRNTU BACR — D#«*n f urlt.ng* 

<”'*• **• AUali • Day 111 Gamhlar ... 107 



“an! Hharp 
hnllrl'.Uda 
Kina * Pruvr# 

Tarrant 

Plncar 



117 Twilight 
133 Dun Robin 



RIXTH M'»- Tarrant 

Bonk wand iDalocaaayal lift 00 »S Oft 41 '■ Jlncar ... 
Lily Valanil iParrhilni 110 14ft «»* 

*« •inagundt IB. urlorki 14# C-iurag* 

■rale had: BMrkgr. With Baaa i-™" 1 " ■ 

' Tort 

ARVPVTH BAT K— p„,; nl 

Jnhna Jny jrlorki 44 uO 4110 13 1ft Dalle p.eala 
Blue Thanka iCanktih J 4U 3 30 llurd Wer 

Mad Camalla iMIlllger.l B 4« Thirty Lara 

Brralrhai! Walklr Talfcla. Vftmenn* rot RTH 

Prangma, Dethuah. Accuwntanl. Thana nal'hm.ra . 

You sir. j Mam hoc 

PKIMTH BACR— MaTlo WMl ’ 

Di anaaue iBonai 4* t# 44 *0 41 *0 

Tad Majrou.ru iParnoh., 4 10 

Prn <Jonaai ... — - H-mclaAie 

MTNTTB BACR— Jud r» B«BI 

■•ray Tigar >Janaa* 46 RO 44 3# 4» 00 HemratU 

Bay Acra iComnaK' 7 00 0 M niRIH R 

Two Dar Air tVnid»a« 4W Rmarn Tra 

OVERNIGHT ENTRIES kILamimr 

Trumoat K 

I IK' I BAIT Hit Ti.ttOl.a* HRVRNTTI 

M'lllla M'.r 164 Bai.m ga 111 *|,eb . Da> 



Maunarlul 
lalam Pri.ua 
Toa tin Mark 
Oay Judy 
6 Mlddlamaa . 

1 Hold llal ... 
ta»lcB Ceah 



164 Torn Comic 
111 Rlarnal Oun 
164 Do Do 

101 Baa Baa 
I h4 Watch Chllla 



At The BAY By Popular Request 

Free Canasta 
Lessons 

. . . will he continued next week by Miss Mary Tread- 
gold — Canasta expert. Reservations will be taken lor 
Monday, Tuesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday of 
next week. CALL E7111 and ask for “CANASTA." 
Re sure to register soon to learn "Canasta" — the new 
game that is sweeping the country* Clares will be held 
from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Ray a New Training Room, 
Fourth Floor. — , 



The 

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Al*ali • Dav III (jamtilrr 

IM •Baralaot boy 11* I Taka Tam 
10* Laico 111 t YoneaJJa .. 



>na Bunny Iinutad . 164 
IV* My Brand ... Ill 



io* Laico . lit tYoocaiia ll 

111 mawardar ... . HI llrtah Bub 11 

HI Plrgt Whirl Ilk irnarmoB 10 

HI I Haiti (Entry. Itntry. 

1*4 BIOTITH BACR — Mila and a aUtaanth 



t aRiOND RA1R Mia furlong. Royal Tarian 11* Catnip HUI 117 

jaa aur 164 Tommll Tom 103 T „i, Wln< ||7 Htark Mad — 11* 

m ay Pair >"4 Jr O Dulllyao 164 B„finla Plag .. 113 Pa*t Mall . — 114 

attar Time# - l"« CMlabu* 113 Bllla Pvrry 113 Wlniar Kulaa ll* 

M'lhuan HI Plying Q >04 Harbor |1 Budava.t . Ill 

joily i tram lin - Ill Prlihor* II* S‘f U 1*4 Halraia .... .. IM 

hliaa Tanya . »•« Ununtaln Bnar 104 NINTH RACR— Mila and aa alghUt. 

Watt* Eorr t"d Chip Maaf •• Haa.aau 117 rrafMT. — }}• 

4nr Boa wail ll« Victory Braaaa io* Hiaiibindar ll* Myal Ilalla _ l* 

* _ _ , Di«k • Banta . |»7 4<iatnadlla 10* 

THIBb BACR-Tau furlfthga Dnbudura .. 11* Uftar 11* 

f lnRitf ... 114 Abaa Chftlca — 111 PttiMin Arrow 111 

ac« Maa 1*0 Chippy V HE. ftral poat, 11 a aa. 

•ritisli Sport, Video Officials 
battle Over Telecasting Rights 

LONDON. Feb. 26 CFi .—Big -Uma aa a present end future tnmic# to 

anort end Brltlah televlaloo era be- their ceah boxee. 

having like e pair of newly-wed* Ul# ^ 

• •" and greyhound promoUr Francis 

hETtng their lira! Quarrel u#nUv wlUl iUpport from 

The ergumeni may end in e klA»- j BCk Bolomone End other 

end -make- up love-feast— or maybe ipur t group#, an EEsoclatlon has been 



opknlnj Dar 
Royal TariMi 



163 Ofod Look 
114 Kid etuff 
111 Catnip Jflll 
III Stark Mad 



B»U#r Time* 
MghiiMi 
jolly oramltu 

hnaa Tanya 
Bcore 

%nr Boa well 



113 Pa*t Mall 
i)3 Wtn«#r Rul«a 
111 Budapot 
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DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B C, SUNDAY, 



Bandit Gold 

****** 

A Short Story 

By RICHARD H. WILKINSON 



T HE bank at th# Cr««ro«li bad 
been robbed and the robber 
had escaped with 1 10.000 In fold. 
He was reported headed toward 
Bear Creek, and all residents bad 
been urged to be on tie VjoIuhF 
The announcement was made by 
radio, and old Warren Samuels, who 
occupied the only cabin on Bear 
Creek, north of Blf Pine, hoard and 
seemed only mildly interested 

kimaj about « •‘elec* a rap 
MMindrd on the eabin door War- 
ren hadn t Heard the visitor'* ap- 
proach heeauoe It *u raining 
ootolde and the wind woo bawl- 
ing. Ilo went to the door and 
threw it ones. 

“Howdy.'* he said to the roan 
standing the^e. "Come In out of 
the rain. It's a bad night." 



into his ribs. “Oueaa you know 
what were after, old man. Bettei 
produce your cache of gold and 
save time and trouble." 

Warren looked genuinely sur- 
prised. "Gold? I ain't got any gold. 
Don't pan enough out of the *rlck 
to keep me going, hardly." 

The gunman turned. "Take off 
his boots. Jake. He'll talk.'* 

They removed old Warren * boots, 
stuck an iron in the fire till It 
glowed red hot. Sheriff Hadley, 
a hen he saw what was about to 
happen, tore at his bonds. Wig gin 
looked away sickened. 

Old Warren screamed. The sound 
reached Wiggins soul, and he 
turned, strangely fascinated. Had- 
ley cursed horribly. "There ain't 
any gold. I know ... Ill get you 
all fur this " 



"Klfk your mou»b abut." 

»rr anger was saving 1 been Here 
S.nce morntng. get me?” 

The visitor looked Into Warren s 
gentle eyes, and thrn looked beyond 
into the room. He stepped inside 
after a moment and east a quick 
fiance about. 

“Oot a radio. I *e*’" he said. 
"Suppoee you listen Us to all the 
news broadcasts’" 

"Nope." Warren replied News 
don't interest me much. Hidin' 
far?" 

"Stayin' here for the night. If 
yuh don't mind? Put my boss in 
your stable a ready " 

The sir anger reasoved Hie 
dicker and hat. Warren pat- 
tered • round the sieve, warmed 
•p * pet of cel fee snd laid bean* 
oa the table. The slranger sat 
down facing the door JIU eyre 
followed W arena. 

After a while he pushed back hie 
chair tapered off a cigarette. War- 
ren filled his pip* They talked 
leisurely, Outside the storm howled. 
Suddenly th# stranger >ded erect. 
"Someone's coming!" 

Warren stared mildly at the gun 
that had leaped Into th# stranger's 
A- hand No sign of fear appeared 
on Ms face. 

Warren got to his feet and moved 
to th# door Th# stranger watched 
him from th# table; held Ms seat 
there while the old roan flurig open 
the door and admitted a man. 

"Howdy Sheriff." saJd Warren 
Tough night to be out." He nodded 
toward th# stranger "Friend cf 
mine. BUI Wkggtn. Stopped by this 
morning to lay up while his hoe* 
foot healed. B»U. meet Sheriff Had- 
* 

Th#y gossiped Idly, wlfgin «at 
carelessly with hU hand beneath the 
table. The officer partook of beans 
Warrens tongue wagg«d A iuar- 
ter of an hour passed and then 
they heard the clatter of approach- 
ing hoofs. Wiggln grew tense 
Posse. I guess." said Hsdley 
Th# hoofbeats stopped outside 
Footsteps approached; door 

- burst open Pour men. ma-rrd. guns 
tn their hands, were sur-jenly in- 
side. 

The leader held ht* gen haagy. 
Hk three IWWwtn produced 
rapes, hwaad aid Wsrrn and hi* 
(»eat in the chair* whew they «*C 
Reata lance was aseter-a Sheriff 
Hadley swara. 

The leader of th# staked L-ur 
- approached Warren. ;o*it>ed a wva 




A Vlf W OF DUNVEGAN CASTLE, Isle of Skye, hereditary home of the chiefs of the Oort MocLeod fa c 800 
years, flora Mrs MacLeod, the present chief, Invites oil clansmen and clanswomen to thp castle during the 

island'* "At Horn* ' Week, from May 15 to 27. 

Clansmen to Gather at Skye 



Warren tcreamed again, and 
suddenly Wiggln broke forth In a 
torrent af speech. "Let up. y«U 
fools! Let up! He ain't got the 
gold. 1 took it from him an hour 
ago. It * In a bag on my saddle 
In the liable. Go look and *ee:*‘ 
One of the four wenj out, return- 
ing five minute* later bearing a 
sack His eyes were gftltenlng “The 
jigger's right, boas. It's here " 

They dumped the gold on the table 
and gloated, divided it Into equal 
parts, moved toward the door Had- 
ley was watching the man Wiggtn 
He knew that Warren didn't have 
that much gold. 

"We're going.'' the leader was say- 
ing "You'd better not ..." He 
broke off. The door was open 
again. 8herlff Hadley's poaee was 
there, at the window*, too. The 
gunmen's little play had ended 
abruptly — 

Hadley rubbed hi* chafed wrists 
looking evenly at Wiggtn. but spoke 
to hi* deputy “Well be going back 
to town now. Gotta get these bank 
thieves locked up Olad we got the 
gold back Make* things OIL— lor 
every one. So long." 



C ollecting stamp* ^nu to 
be a very common attribute 
of kings and potentate*. The col- 
lection farmed by the late King 
George V end now carried on by his 
son la too well known to need fur- 
ther comment. But In addition to 
this collection there are many oth- 
ers of Royal blood who are owner* 
of famous collections: the Duke of 
Windsor has his collection. King 
Ouatav of Sweden, the late King 
Manuel. King Parouk and several 
of the treat Indian Maharajahs are 
iming a few that come to memory 
a • • 

The latest to faln—nm into tbr 
notic# of the public is a famous col- 
lection owned by the exiled King 
Carol II of Romania whose magni- 
ficent collection is to be placed tn 
the hands of Harraer Rooke St Co . 
of New York, to be sold in the near 
future While King Carol Is not 
disposing of his entire collection. 

nevertheless some of the worlds 
greatest rarities are contained In 
th# peri ion that Is to be sold, a mon g 
them a collection of Oreat Britain 
containing the eery rare 10 - and 
Cl of King Edward VII surrharged 

"I JL Official." the 10 - being a 

*5 000 Item The 1*» dull nwe of 
li^O with error of lettering 
"OP.PC." In lieu of “OFFO" 

mint, a strip of four of the 3d blue 
without line*, mint » Scott No. 2' are 
.ncluded 

a a * 

Another stamp that U equally as 
rare as th# famous lc British Gui- 



T O this romantic Hebridean Is- 
land off the west coast of 
Scotland, during the period May 19 
to 27. will come Scots from the far 
corner* of the world. Invitations 
are going out to a special “at home'' 
week to be staged by the LUand and 
from north, south, east and west, 
from near and far. the clans will 
foregather. 

Skye, steeped In history, rich In 
scenic grandeur, has a special place 
In the affections of all Scots, .'t 
was here that Bonnie Prince Char- 
lie, with the aid of Flora Macdon- 
ald. evaded the Duke of Cumber- 
land s forces after his unsuccessful 
bid in 1745 to regain the Scottish 
throne for the House of Stuart. 
HOME or CLANS 
Skye is. moreover, the hereditary 



ana of l*5«. which has had previous 
mention in this column, is the 
SwedUh 3-skllUng -banco of 1855 
printed In yellow Instead of green. 




The green. Intended color. Is a rela- 
tively scarce stamp cataloguing 1150 
used and 5300 mint, but the only 
copy of the stamp known in yellow 
has a wliirful history. 

It was first discovered bjua Stock- 
holm school boy In 1M5. who found 
It among his grandfa'her'* papers 
and not knowing what color It 
should be. but hearing that a cer- 
tain dealer was offering 7 kroner 
each for the 3 skilling -banco sold 
It in ignorance to this dealer and 
was chagrined to bear later that It 
had been resold for 300 Swedish 
crowns! Eight years later the then 
owner sold It to Frrrwrl for 4.000 
gulden and It was sold at the Fer- 
rari sale for £700 then to a Stock- 
holm engineer for Just double that 
amount; next to Dr. John Ram berg, 
of Ooteberg for £3 000, and was 
Anally purchased by King Carol for 
523 000. 



home of the great Scottish clan* 
MacLeod and Macdonald. Flora. 
Mrv MacLeod. 28th chief of the 
clan MacLeod. Uvea on the island 
In Dunvegan Castle, ancient strong- 
hold of the clan and one of the 
oldest inhabited castle* In the whole 
of Britain. Dunvegan has been 
the home of the chiefs of the Mac- 
Leods in unbroken succession for 
more than eight centuries. It con- 
tains many relics of the clans 
chequered history, including the 
Fairy Flag, “the palladium of the 
MacLeods." which, according a 
tradition, has twice been unfurled 
with success when war threatened 
to overwhelm the clan! Rory Mur'* 
famous drinking horn, the Dunvegan 
Cup. a sacred chalice stated to have 
belonged to NlaU Olundubh. King 
of Ulster at the beginning of the 
tenth century; the sword of Sir 
Norman of Bernera, the greatest 
hero of the clan, and relics of Bon- 
nie Prince Charlie and Flora Mac- 
donald. 

DUNTL’LM CASTLE 

Duntulm Castle, the original seat 
of the Macdonalds, Is now in ruins 
but much of the Macdonald land 
remains In the possession of Lord 
Macdonald, the present chief, and 
he himself Uvea on the island at 
Armadale. 

AN INVITATION 

Skye will welcome all Scot* to 
It* "at borne." but for the MacLeods 
the week wlU have a special signifi- 
cance. Tuesday. May 23. will be 
their own particular day. Flora 
MacLeod is inviting every member 
of the clan to Dunvegan Castle and 
she will personally wrlcome all 
member* of the clan MacLeod who 
visit the island. 

In an Invitation to clansmen and 
clanswomen throughout the world 
she says: 

"I hope that very many of us will 
meet at Dunvegan during the week 
when Skye welcomes home her 
scattered children. Dunvegan will 
have a warm welcome for aU. for 
I believe that the blood of every 
clan is mingled tn the veins of all 
those of Highland descent. I be- 
lieve that *U those who accept our 
invitation are descended f»vm an- 
cestors who feasted with the old 
chief* in the castle, and listened 
with them to the MacCrimmnns 
playing the pipe*, the bards telling 
the stories, and the harpers singing 
the songs we love today. 

“But moat of all to you. my clans- 
men and clanswomen, do I say the 
warmest welcome The welcome win 



be there every day of your stay 
and you wlU meet men and women 
from all over the world whom you 
will know to be fellow members of 
our proud clan family." 

The Macdonalds, not to be out- 
done. are also considering the poa- 
sibiUty of holding a special clan 
day during the week. 

The week will be officially opened 
at a ceremony of welcome to be 
held at Portree on Saturday. May 
20 This will be followed by a great 
Highland gathering and them wiU 
be an exhibition embracing th# 
arts, crafts and industrial Ufe of the 
Island. On show will be tweeds, 
tartans, rugs, scarves, wood and 
leather work. etc., made by local 
craftsmen 




— Britlab T**»*l Association 

PIPE MAJOR ANGUS MecLEOD 

• ho will provide O welcoming skirl 
□1 the D'pes fo t fellow clansman 
•ho v.s.T Skye du»«ng th# At 
Horn* ' week. 



Bumoi Bvuihl and 
BulS 

Pvaev lOe P«r *alx 

Mint 

Dominion*. Hene- 
ksn*. H« •*«*«» 

rfi*a» 

Silver WadStnei *nS 
OfO. la *U«c*. 

a at sseix 

SSI Oov v D*f n 
•vetting. O Ml» 







VICTORIA. B.C., SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1950 



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DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 2T> 1Q50 



MAGAZINE SECTION 




City of Victoria’s First Jail House 




-PrvrlaclaJ ArrtiKaa rnou> 

VICTORIA'S FIRST JAIL. »itoofed on the toe of the prneoi Court House, it pictured above VW there 
•a, on execution scheduled ot the gallows. puesM of the old Angel Hotel hod a ringside seat from rheir hotel 
room. Other .nteretted <ndhrtduoh l*rod the root ot the hotel to view the execution in the Joll yard below. 



if if ir 

Executions Held 
In Prison Yord 

By GORDON FORBES 

D emolition ot buildings to 
moke e»y for Vlrtorlel new 
poet otbee aa Government Street 
ho brought to the mind* ot many 
•n old- timer the days when fuesU 
of the famous old Angel Hotel 
looked down from their window* on 
to the fallow* at the city's fine Jaul 
Situated an Langley Street appo- 
site the present Court House, the 
hotel's meets had a “room with a 
view ‘ at executions — at no extra 
charge. Some of then complained 
bitterly that they should be sub- 
jected to such s forbidding tight. 

When the hotel was eivcted the 
site of the Court House was occupied 
by Victoria's first Jail, the change 
having been affected mutt* North- 
"w'vard of the Jail was Ua yard 
surrounded by a wooden fence In 
this enclosure the gallows was 
erected. 

noorror view 

However, not all elUaeru spurned 
the rsecutiuna like some of the 
Angel Hotel's meats According to 
old-'lmer Charlie Wark. there were 
certain curious individuals who 
were interested and to accomplish 
their purpose to the beat advantage 
they fathered at the edge of the 
roof of the hotel where they got « 
better new. 

Cecil French, who makes a hobby 
of studying Victoria's history, ex- 
plained recently that under the 
Feral Code executed crtminah must 
be burled within Jail precincts— 
though there is a clause under 
which, by order In council, burials 
may be directed elsewhere. 

However. Mr French relates that 
those who met their doom there, 
both white and native, ware burled 
on the spot, and there appears to 
be no record of their remains having 
been later exhumed and transferred 
elsewhere. He surmises that the 



remains are there today. Just out 
Ode the sheriff's office. Unaware 
persons traversing that area today 
Uule think what He* beneath. 

A NEW JAIL 

When the original Jail was dis- 
placed by the Court House m the 
•0‘s. new quarters were erected on 
the rocky heights of Topes Park In 
the mme vicinity where new school 
Riding , now are In the course of 
erection. This Jail was destroyed 
by Ore in 1*12. 

Mr. Frmch says eaecuiion erf 
about half a doeen condemned 
criminals was carried out an the 
Tapes jail site. However, their re- 
i«tn* could not be interred on the 
«ut because of the solid rocky ter- 
rain. 

Consequently, burials were made 
at 'he foot of the terrain where 
there was suOdent soil. This was 
a «p<x a few feet from the south- 
west corner of Topes and Glasgow 
Avenusa According to Mr. French. 
Mr and Mr* Matthews, residing at 
J7» Wvrk Street, wefl remember 
the grave* of » years ago There 
were Qve or six. and today undulat- 
ing outlines of three, pointing east 



and west, are to be seen, mostly 
o vet g ro wn with bush. 

A LAHT REQUEST 
A story told Reginald Hayward by 
his father, the late Charles Hay- 
ward. concerned the last hanging 
at the old Provincial Jbll en Topar 
Heights In Mr Hayward's words: 
The prisoner was said to be a 
model one and caused no trouble to 
the warden or his keepers He was 
very fond of playing * mouth organ 
and was a master of the instrument. 
On the morning he was to pay for 
his crime with his life, he was asked, 
as Is usual, if there was any last 
request he had to make He had 
a request. It was that he be per- 
muted to play the Dead March on 
his harmonica an the walk from lus 
cell to the gallows. As I recollect, 
his request was granted. Whether 
he earned It out I cannot say Most 
likely he did to help him steady his 
nerves for the shock to come." 

PRESERVING HI X TORT 
When one meditates on “old land- 
marks." Mr French believes that 
the members of the city's early di- 
rectorate showed a deplorable lack 



of foresight and planning ability 
Their failure to preserve Intact by 
ap pro priate measures the old fort 
Is cited by Mr. FTeflch as an 
example 

“Had that bulwark survived to 
this day what an inestimable asset 
It would have been ss a tourist at- 
traction. Nanaimo went one better 
and a* flt to conserve its bastion.* 
he states 

Another example of poor plan- 
ning. Mr French points out. Is the 
meaningless arranging of the criaa- 
crom streets In various spots In Vic- 
toria which have led to traffic 
haaards. 

“It Is Incomprehensible wh«xi we 
baa r In mind that there already 
existed for more than 50 years a 
perfect design— the city of Wash- 
ington. DC, where every block Is 
divided by an alley for commercial 
deliveries and garbage collection 

Tt Is too late now to correct this 
shortcoming in areas in which con- 
struction has taken place, but pres- 
ent-day planners might well emulate 
the Washington example when lay- 
ing out or authorising new subdlvi- 
dons," opines Mr French. 



Platter 

Chatter 

CONCERT MUSIC 

You will be entertained by the 
sequel to Columbia's tak in g Sir 
Thomas Beechazn from RCA Victor. 
It was this: RCA Victor swooped 
down on Columbia and hooked a 
vice- president. Columbia swiped an 
equivalent technical man from Mer- 
cury. Meanwhile, Columbia wa* 
swiping Leonard Bernstein from 
RCA Victor. 

Columbia now arrives, panting, in 
the market with its first recording 
by Sir Thomas, only five weeks after 
acquiring him. 

TCHAIKOWSRY SATIRIZED 

On one side of the 12- inch LP Is 
Tchalkowsky’s Italian Caprice. On 
the other is Blset'i Carmen Suite. 
Such clap- trap. Yet both have been 
given the arresting Beecham touch, 
especially the Tchalkowsky. He ail 
but satirises K. by slowing the bugle 
call and the first few variations to 
a crawl, and then lifting the remain- 
ing variations into a furious gallop. 

Brutal treatment of the creaking 
old war horse, this Is. It stripe the 
hide off the brute and you see the 
articulating skeleton. Tchalkowsky 
addicts won't like it. And they'll De 
right. They're entitled to having 
their man taken seriously. But Sir 
Thomas was working in haste and 
with an unfamiliar orchestra <a 
pick-up one, at lhat>. And he's 
never been conspicuous as an ad- 
mirer of Tthalkowsky. 

From the Concert Hall Society 
comes three 13-inch LP*s taken 
from 1U 1949-1950 series of limited 
edition recordings (available by 
subscription only).. They are of a 
symphony orchestra under Henry 
8woboda playing a concerto grosao 
and two so-called symphonies of 
Vivaldi and two early Mnsart sym- 
phonies. *114 and K 182 . and at 
Dvorak's piano quartette in E flat 
played by Arthur Balsam, piano; 
Peter Rybar, violin; Antonio Tusa. 
cello, and the late Oskar Kramer, 
viola. 



Sitting on the Fence 



Uncl« Not Ponder* 
Two-Way Television 



By Nathaniel Gubbins 



A Send in America has snsUd 
the nightmare of the fucurv sy 
inventing taro - way late viator 
which enables an employer 100 
milea away not only to ere what 
his mpkiym are doing. «u ap- 
pear la the workshop himself to 
give them a pep talk. If ha Ukax. 
he can sea them without being 



O 



E. 

, the factory in 

Oh, there they are. Nice tot 
boys, ain’t they* AB working Ilka 
nobody's b asi n — to earn thrir 

dough. 

WrB. maybe aot quite all. Who* 
that tidater to the c o rner scratching 
himself? 

Is the Cleveland works msnag t 
with us today* Oh. there you are 
You «re the one I mean* Yea. that * 
him ‘ Got am* In his pants. I pea 
Ye* ha certainly has A whole ant- 
hill of ran. Now ha s got aomrthmg 
in hi* ear. Maybe It s an aarw* 
poor fallow 

How long did you any has been 
with aa? Thirty yearn* Wed. 'hat's 



THIS WEEK'S COVER 

Trout teuton Open* on Vancou- 
ver hkwwJ Wednesday More* I 



•eg roqedve* rod* ond adds ond 
•nfc of tackle The young try 
• a ateo be out and ohhouQh 
*<N be Hn*. »ed 
i catmte ot 
at w a rms thwy 
•4 Kr* toew Km Tto 
'* sower tfe~* "Tubby” 



And we pay him M cents *a 
r? Well, that's ftna That's rwefl. 
Fifty nenU an hour eh* In an 
tight hour day. that's four dollar*. 
In a tix-day week, that's M dollar*. 
In a year, it's more than I MQ dol- 
lars. And to thirty years If* awe 
than » 000 dollars. 




Well, gcrulcmen. thanks to 

we now know we are paying 
a man M certs an hour for acrstch- 
of mg his pants and as; have berm 
doing K for half a normal ifeUme 
I hope the Cleveland works man- 
ager win not# that this la not a 
business proposition and wiR take 
appropr i ate action 

Run us along the line of bw*y 
workers, operator Thank you 
Oh. oh. Look who's hare Right 
to front of your eyes, gentlemen. Is 
s guy who's going to do uimp'm. 
Yea. sir He certainly la going to do 
■uiap'n Why. grddum it he's doing 
sump n He's lifting • 

'OIL, Mr Clever. It's i 
Is It?) But who cares so lung as 
he* lifting R? 

f f • > 

And What’S wore. renUrencn. ha's 
cuing to tut something with this 
baaamrr Yea. tire* Tfik* a note. 
Mr Secretary. On this day in 19M. 
one of the w o r k ers In our Cleveland 
factory struck a blow far ua to an 
honest attempt u> earn hte money 
And he's unking that Stow thti 
minute Thti eery second, gentle- 
men. Up gnu* to* hammer. Up R 
goea. And down It cornea. Wham, 
wham, wham By golly nes cer- 
tainly hit tin ' »ump n there. What 
ta u? What vou cay? 

Oh. be s hi* the foreman, ua* he. 



Well. wefl. well. Maybe be was 
right. I never liked the guy myself 

AAR FAFA 

According to a magasne Sonet 
Russia ha* adopted a new bn* on 
•ex. The days of tree leva and 
ea ay divorce are over. Early sex 
education M frowned upon and the 
responsibility of parents for the 
moral behaviour of children ta 



There a a Victorian atmosphere 
m the modern Moscow drawing 
room, where Commissar Ivan la 
seeking the hand of Olga, beautiful 
daughter of a reared army officer 
May I call again. Mias Otga? 
Never, str You have abased the 
hospstalttp of sty father’s house. 

But. Mias Olga. I did no mass 
than kirn your fingertips. 

By that lui yoa he re 'rveaiad a 
nature so coarse so brutal, that I 
resolved on that instant tAaf owr 
m gra must tie apart 
For ever. Mias Otga* 

For ewer and foe ever. 

But only a little while ago. Mias 
Olga, we were to a taxi together 
coming home from the opera No 
holds were barred then 
Oh. cruet, cruet. 

Just before that we were holding 
hands at a lecture Remember? 

Have you no psfy. str. no respect 
for defenceless womanhood* 

Not after the tirtp poker party at 
the commissar's ball And don't 
reach far the smelling salts. Have 
a double vodka aa you did to the 
old days. 

Hush. Here oowsm papa 

Never mind papa. I can ffx him 
If you don't cut out this -ww party 
line on ms I can &x tom m Siberia 
for keeps. Gigs. 



Test 

I’m going away to the country tor 
the week-end. My guests are al- 
ways given double ration cards for 
a year before they leave. 

/van. I wonder i chp I love pom so 
sswck? 

You can have three guesses 
When hove comes to pou suddenly, 
ta a flash, ts tt not beautiful Ivan? 

My bags are packed and Im off. 
What about it? 

You must ask papa tint. 

BIGGER AND BIGGER 
For some time now I have been 
haunted by the uneasy feeling that 
women are getting taller and wider 
Now the scientists have confirmed 
that they are not only much bigger 
than thetr grandmothers, but are 
going to get bigger and btgger. 

Scene ume in the distant future 
they are going to be “lem feet high, 
with barrel cheats, stumpy legs and 
beady eyes" They will have "deep 
voices, massive Jaws and enormous 
appetites - 

Meat lucky men of my sgr wtfl 
be dead before this happens, but as 
I am descended from long-livwd 
families. I may live to see the house 
filiad with ten -foot-high grand- 
daughters and great-granddaugh- 
ters. stamping about the place, roar- 
ing at each other, wolfing porter- 
house steaks, and picking thetr great 
bone teeth with iron ti tewer v 
• • » 

la the armchair by the Are a bole 
old centenarian, frail and white, will 
be crouching unnoticed to the 
thunder of conversation the champ- 
ing of giant Jaws and the rattle of 
crockery. A great-granddaughter ■ 
entertaining a friend: 

More eggs am your steak. Bertha* 



Just half a dozen. The p make me 
a btt muscle bound. 

You'll soon work It off at the tree 
felling. How's year husband? 

Dead. / think 

Rolled on him to the night? 

Yes. 

That’s the second husband you've 
killed that way. You’re getting 
careleaa 

Careless sty foot. Its Hke having 
a Pekinese ta tke bed. I shall keep 
the next one ta a kenueL 
awe 

Good idea. Care to sit down for 
a smoke before you tackle that oak 
tree? 

Tkeaks I sap. where’s pour great - 
grandfather ? 

X don't know. I let him out last 
night. 

Not teen Atm stare* 

No. X told him to stay out. 
They're an awful nuisance at that 
ape. crawling and whining about the 
place and getting under your fen 
see 

So thep are. Do pou know. I be- 
lieve rm sitting on something. 

Pertiap it's the cat She's always 
in that chair. 

No. tt wa'f . . . Wky. dammit all, 
its pour great -granddad. 

X say. I'm awfully so try, Bertha. 

That’s all right. But / hope / 
haven’t Mntshed him off. 

Don't worry He's always getting 
trodden on or sat an by somebody. 

Wefl. so long as pou don’t mind. 

Not a bit. Tm Juet sorry It hap- 
pened to a guest. Come again, won't 
you? 

Rather. 

Thanks Bye-bye 

Bpa-bpe 

— London Express dervia*. 



MAGAZINE SECTION 



DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, R C . SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3*. I<>50 



11 




Old Homes and Families 



which he will regret . . 

END OF CAREER 

A year later Robertson was dead. 
The Colonist gave warning of what 
might be expected; “We rreaujy re- 
gret— Mr. Justice Robertson Is stlH 
in a doubtful condition and the sub- 
ject of much anxiety to his medical 
attendants and many friends. The 
ailment from which he is suffering 
is a rare and formidable disease, 
which has developed Itself in the 
head of the tibia or large bone in 
'be leg called osteo 'or bond anew- 
rlsm. So rare, indeed, that very few 
instances, ot U are recorded by the 
best surgical authorities. The hon. 
gentleman underwent a long and 
painful operation yesterday ta the 
hope of saving the leg, notwith- 
standing which, however, we are ex- 
ceedingly sorry to learn that the 
case for the present at least Is most 
critical and the safety of ’he whole 
Brob ta by no men ns assured Tlia 
operation was performed by Doctors 
Powell. Helmcken. Davie and Matt- 
hews " 

The Colonist totd of hta death: 
“He departed calmly and peacefully 
to the spirit land exemplifying ta 
death as throughout a bis melees 
life all the beautiful trait* of an 
eminently Christian character 
FIGHT FOR PRACTICE 

The paper also told why he first 
lived in New Westminster : “In the 
Spring of 1984 he came to this prov- 
ince and while editor of The Dally 
Chronicle fought a well -contested, 
but up-hin battle against the ex- 
clusiveness of the law courts, which 
for a Ume prevented his admlssicn 
to practice his profession ta the then 
colony of Vancouver Island Fall- 
ing. however. In gatntng admtesta* 



By J. K. Nesbitt 



'renewed applause*. If New West- 
minster were made the capital an- 
other blow would be struck at Vic- 
toria. without doing any permanent 
good. The naval station was hear 
and must remain here. Mr Robert- 
son said that in weighing the rights 
of Victoria and New Westminster ta 
the scale, the latter's rights to the 
cstpllal were lighter than a feather 
shaken from the linnet'* wing.’ Mr 
Robertson retired amid much ap- 
plause." 

WON BATTLE 

Robertson won this battle and 
soon was engaged in another. Even 
more turbulent than the New West- 
minster va. Victoria affair was the 
argument about the future of Brit- 
ish Columbia— whether It should re- 
main a Crown Colony, Join Cana- 
dian Confederation or become an- 
nexed to the United State*. Rob- 
ertson chose Canada and proceeded 
to fight for Confederation. 

Of one Let s- Jo tn -Canada" meet- 
ing. The Colonist said: 'Robert son 
— ta an excellent and telling speech 
in favor of Confederation pointed 
out the means it wwild afford u* of 
changing our present unpopular 
form of government for one more In 
keeping with the spirit of the age — 
a government by the people that 
would enable the people to legislate 
for themselves and manage their 
own affairs. He further showed how 
It would be the mean.' of attracting 
population and capital and of 
strengthening and perpetuating the 
bond that united them to England. 



F EW have contributed as much to 
British Columbia medicine and 
law as the sons ot one of the most 
outstanding men ta our history— 
Alexander Rocke Robertoan. 

To have been editor of a news- 
paper. Mayor of Victoria, member 
of the Legislature, Provincial Sec- 
retary and Justice of the Supreme 
Court before 40 Is no mean accom- 
plishment. 

And. before he was 41. death cut 
short the career of this man and 



Photo* from B C. Archivsa 

MRS. A. ROCKE ROBERTSON in her widowhood, «»>te> tour of har sevew 

sons-— bock, Harold ond Hermann; front, Ai c«onder ond Tot*. T to* 
picture, token ot Chofhom, Is e ''scribed "for dearest Mrs. Poolev — w"th 
much love from us oil. ISM.” 



THE HON. A. ROCKE ROBERTSON 

— o youthful justice. 



Ven. Archdeacon Sancy, A. Rocke 
Robertson. Victoria. B C., barrister - 
rft-law, second son of the late A R 
Robertson. MD., of Chatham, to 
Margaret Bruce, eldest daughter of 
William D Eberts. Esq, of Chat- 
ha m." 

They came to Victoria almost Im- 
mediately and took up residence 
ihc comer of Vancouver and John- 
son Street*. 

Late in 1870 a group of ctilaens 
pressed Mr. Robertson to run for 
Mayor. He declined. The Colonist 
said : “Mr Robertson— we are really 
sorry to say, declined the proffered 
honor, wishing to devote himself en- 
tirely to his profession" 

But like all politician*, Mr. Rob- 
ertson changed his mind in lees 
than two weeks. November 11, 1870, 
The Colonist reported : “The Mayor- 
alty— the candidates were Dr James 
Trimble and A. R Robertson Very 
Uttle interest was manifested, bwt 
about half an hour before the close 
quite an excitement was started and 
the voting became rather lively and 
when the hour arrived to close the 
poll there were still three or four 



who wished to vote, but were ruled 
‘out of time.’ The vote at the clam 
stood, Robertson, 38: Trimble. 30— 
and then the dripping electors dis- 
persed to their homes. Mr. Robert- 
son u a gentleman m whose praise 
we need not speak He 1a too well 
known to require a certificate of 
character from anyone. It ta .seldom 
that so young a m«n hsu> been 
placed In so exalted a position; but 
then. It is not often so young a mac 
is possessed of those sterling qual- 
ities which fit Mr. Robertson for the 
office." 

HIGHER HONOR* 

The next year Robertson went on 
to still higher honors. Ha was 
elected ta Esquimau as member of 
the first Legislature after Confeder- 
ation Bnush Columbia's first Pre- 
mier. Hon J. F. McCreight, imme- 
diately named him Provincial Sec- 
retary— the first ta British Oohunbta. 

In March of 1B74 ettiaeru of Vic- 
toria banded together to honor Mc- 
Creight and Robertaon for all they 
bad done to bring British Columbia 
Into Confederation. The Colonist 
commented on "the complete roe- 
cess of the Pe<jple’s Banquet at the 
Phllharawsilc HaD — the dinner and 
wtne* — served by Astrico w err m- 
cellent — and after the cloth was re- 
moved the company enjoyed an In- 
tellectual treat In listening to some 
of the beat speeches ever delivered 
ta this province “ 

Robertson that night said some- 
tiling that Mill holds true: “X be- 
lieve that so long as the people man- 
ifest their deep concern about pub- 
lie matters, so long win there be a 
substantial and efficient guarantee 
against an excessive abuse of power 
and pewit ion by the govern mem” 

TO THE BFNCH 

In 1880 MoCTeight and R«iberi*on 
were appointed to the bench Th* 
Colonist regretted that Robertson 
was thus taken out of pottUcsl ai- 
fairs: "Mr. Robertaon is a young 
man. being under 40. with many 
years of what the Ameri'-ans term 
'go' in him. By the acceptance of 
this office he retires from the active 
pursuit of his profession, which has 
been lucrative, and Is brought up 
against a dead wall Literally, hi* 
road to further preferment ti 
blocked He ta shelved at an age 
when the faculties and energies of 
moat men— and his certainly - are 
'till m the grtatle. so to speak, of 
great expanrion and development 
We have looked upon Mr Robertaon 
as one of the coming political fight* 
of the country— with at least 30 
yean*' eapaHty for the hardest kind 
of work by htai HV aceeptanee erf 



Victoria and the province were in- 
deed poorer 

He left seven sons and today the 
name of Robertson ta widely known 
for Its doctors and lawyers. 

Of the seven sons, three survive 
today — Dr Hermann Robertson, 
much-loved physician and surgeon 
of Victoria; Mr Justice Harold B 
Robertaon of the Court of Appeal, 
and Dr Rocke Robertaon of Soap 
Lake. Wash And there are now 
doctors and lawyers into the third 
and fourth generations. , 

Alexander Rocke Robert Mm him- 
self was the son of a doctor He was 
born at Chatham. Ont. He came 
West in the early 60 ' a and first men- 
tion of his name tn a newspaper was 
In The British Columbian of New 
Westminster: “Application to prac- 
tice —Alexander Rocke Robertson, a 
barrister of Upper Canada was In- 
troduced to the Court by the Hon. 
A ’.lorney -General and handed In hta 
papers. After examining His Honor 
the Judge said that all that re- 
mained for him was to admit the 
applicant to practice In the Supreme 
Court of this colony." 

INTO FOLITICB 

The next year Mr Robertson 
moved from New Westminster to 
Victoria and became ooe of the 
Champions of this place. It was the 
time of tremendous rivalry between 
the two eitie*; each wanted to be 
the capital of British Columbia 
Robertson got into the thick of the 
battle. He lined up with such pow- 
ers as Roderick Flnlayson. Amor de 
Cosmo*. Dr J 8 Helmcken. Robert 
Burnaby and M W Tyrwhltt- Drake 
The Colonist reported of one "Vic- 
tor la -for -capital" meeting "Mr. A- 
R Robertaon came forward —saying 
that he conceived ta to be the 
bounden duty of every citlsen to do 
what he could for hU adopted coun- 
try Boldly and deliberately he said 
he would assert that with the ex- 
ception ot the few who had taier- 
erls in New Westminster, the miner* 
to a man were us favor of Victoria 
as the capital (applause). It was 
impossible that there could be two 
large cities, and If we wished to 
build up one we must concentrate 
our exerricoa to bat Id up Victoria 



A. ROCKE ROBERTSON 

— (ought for Victor»a. 

The learned gentleman was loudly 
applauded “ 

HOME IN VICTORIA 
Mr. Robertson won this battle, 
too He had the satisfaction of see- 
ing British Columbia Join Canada 
tn 1871. But before that he had 
made up hta mind to live perma- 
nently in Victoria and so In 1868 he 
went East to marry his boyhood 
sweetheart: “At Christ Church. 

Chatham, on the 3rd March, by the 



MRS. A. ROCKE ROBERTSON 

— there were seven 

here he proceeded to the then sep- 
arate oolooy of British Columbia 
where be gained the object be 
sought lor ta vain ta this city and 
be spent a moat successful season w 
two in Barkervllle " 

Mrs Robertson, a few wark* after 
the death of her husband, took her 
nvon to Toronto and ther* 

they lived some year*, while the boy* 
attended school. But they always 
wanted to return to the city of their 
birth In the late 90 s the sons came 
here to practice their professions of 
law and medicine and until they 
married lived with thetr mother m 
a red brick house on Oorge Road, 
not too far from Mrs. Robertaon* 
bi other. Mr Ju'tiee D M Ebert*. 



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DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1950 



MA&AZINI SCCTIOM 



Experimental Farm Notes 



l ASPHALTED 



^^aging War on Garden Pests 



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POT SHOULD STAND Vi IN 
A5 OV* LEVEL Of SOIL 



TWO METHODS of *o»riog i«N bo* OK. d by K>*pc* 

Automatic W atering Keeps 
Seed Box Soil Just Right 



M OOT failure* of flower *r»d 
vegetable »e*da to grow are 
probably due to either • lack or an 
new of moisture Thu U true not 
only indoor* but in the outduur tar- 
dea m well Since watering indnor* 
depend* upon a human agency 
failure* here are more frequent vmi 
have been eertously *ud)ed be fhe 
•deotiata. 

If the eotl get* too dry the Uny 
■eerllings with their * hallow root* 
may peruh in an hour. If kept too 
wet. fungi may develop. reaulUng In 
the fatal disease called ‘damping 
ell." To beep the m- suture * ju*» 
right" waa formerly * matter of ex- 
perienced judgment and requl-od • 
constant watch on the reed flat . 
dimcuH far the amateur 

But rrtence ha* found 'wo meth- 
od* which may be followed bah 
better than the old-faahtomed way 
of spraying on water from shove, 
whenever In he judgment ol the 
garden er watering we* required 
Three method* are tUuatraUd On 
the left la the wick method, on 'he 
right aubtrrlgation. 

Many believe the bent method of 
watering reed flats in the h.m*e k 



the wick method This consists ot 
u'.mg a burlap wwk or one of glass 
inserting one wick in the centre of 
the Oat, spreading K over about 
three inches in diameter an the bot- 
tom of the flat Inside snd letting 
the wick hang in the water. The 
water then move* up to the soil bv 
capillarity and keep* fh* D» r »l * 
constant uniform moisture content 

In the sublrrigatlon system s 
waterproof liner la u*ed to hold 
water until It rlaoa through the soil 
above. 

Both the wick and the nat-meen 
method of watering plants are sat- 
ufaetory out of door*, both are 
superior to the ordinary surface- 
watering method since they do not 
■plash the seeds around and spread 
disease-producing organism* There 
i* very Uttle difference m the ease 
of using either of these methods 

If s pan sufficiently large la urwd 
beneath the flat. In using the wick 
method, sufficient water for several 
days may be provided, and » wid 
rise only as fast as neaded. ena- 
bling plants to be left unattended 
With either method thare la ao 
danger of Uny seedling* being 
washed out of the soil when water 
N applied 



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■ MlKhUfl I 

G ARDENERS ifau month are pre- 
paring thanvelvea io wage war 
with the many insects that will be 
attacking their pUnu In a few 

week* Heavy losses are sustained 
each season Some knowledge of 
the habit* of ‘.he** tnurcU la Im- 
portant. how they feed, when they 
hatch, how many broods, when the* 
become adult, and many others The 
type of spray material used will 
depend upon whether a btung In- 
sect or a sucking Insect la to be 
controlled Aphla require a oontact 
spray and caterpillar* a poison 
spray. Sometimes sprays will no: 
be required If garden managemen- 
ts right All of theae topic* and 
many others are discussed in horti- 
culture circular No 13. published 
by the Provincial Department o' 
Agriculture. Victoria. 

THE GARDEN PLAN 
Here are a few notes which may 
hr Lp in completing that vegetable 
garden plan: 

1. If you are going to use a wheel 
hoe. make your row* as long and 

straight as possible lo avoid too 
many turns. 

1. Avoid overahadlug Many crop* 
will not thrive in the shade of tailor 
plant* For this reason, row* run- 
ning north and south are usually 
considered to be better than those 
running east and west 
J Group short sea-*** crops *« 
permit e**y replanting to follow In* 
crops 

4. Your »weet com crop l* pol- 
linated by wind, not Insect* TM‘ 
wmm Lhat if you plant in a single 
long row there la a danger that the 
pollen will be blown off the tawrte 
and away, with the r fault that you 
have many poorly filled ear*. Plan 
this crop, therefore. In a fairty 
broad Mock. 

s Where there I* * choice, plant 
your earliest vegetable* for the 
Ugh teat and warmest soli 
• Remember that U Is better 
to concentrate your effort on * 
■nail space than on a big arc* 
which become* neglected 



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Why Not Get Your Suntan 
In Own Home Grounds 



S unshine u precious, it uplift* 

the spirit*. It is necessary for 
good health to adult* and children 
alike. It I* vital to pUni growth, 
and U the greatest enemy of decay 
In buildings. 

Thousands ot people migrate 
evrry month to those section* of the 
country which enjoy a masimum of 
sunshine, and spend their vaca- 
tion* at seashore, desert or moun- 
tain resort*, where they can v*ek 
up iunshine. and return home wi'h 
a good coat of suntan 
No wonder, then, that a movement 
u spreading ui localities where sun- 
shine la not so plentiful, to make 
sure that every bit there l* ha* un- 
interrupted access to homes and 
their occupant*. Why. we wonder 
did so many of the recent past sur- 
round their home* with dense plant- 
ings of trees and shrub* so that 
no sun could reach their house* 
and they were obliged to travel to 
less shaded place* in order to rp- 
joy the sun’ 

It la difficult to answer thu ques- 
tion except with the -we word. 
Fashion It was the fashion ’o over- 
plant home grounds. 

This practice is now outmoded 
it* departure haaiened by modern 



house design Built for comfort -md 
enjoyment, new home* discard tra- 
ditional style* in favor of drdgn 
rur efficient living 3un*hlne u in- 
vited Into the house through large 
glao* area*, and an intonate rela- 
tionship 1* sought between the room* 
of the home and the ground' sur- 
rounding it. 

Full use of thi* outdoor home area 
la required and use mu*t be the 
first consideration ui planting tl»e 
grounds Nothing should be planted 
which would interfere with use. 
yet the house should be provided 
with an attractive frame, to enhance 
its beauty. 

For modern house* wlih no visi- 
ble foundations, flower oorders pro- 
vide a delightful setting. They oast 
no shade, but revel In the sunshine 
which has uninterrupted access to 
the house. Their beauty may w en- 
joyed from within the house 
through the picture wliidows. And 
by p«**ersby as well 

A planting of low growing flow- 
ers m color masse*, as sugge- ed 
by the illustration, gives an attrac- 
tive setting for a small ranchnouse. 
The varieties suggested bloom all 
Summer with little care and can 
be grown from seed at smalt “*- 
panes. 



Flower Seed Timetable 



D AYS required for seed u i ter- 
minate: 

Five to Ten Day* -Acacia. r*ee< 
alyssum. amaranthus. antirrhinum 
• snapdragon!, aster, EnglUh daisy 
bruwallia. calceolaria, calendula 
calltupsi*. candytuft, ceiosis. eer.- 
taurea. c he Iran thu*. coreopsis, cos- 
mos Sweet William dim n thus Call 
forma poppy, godetla. hoUvhock 
baby** breath. Itnarla. lobelia, lupins 
mangold.*, mlmulua. nlco'lana. pen- 
rternon pan*y petunia, annual 
polax. portulaca. mignonette achi- 
anthu*. viola sinni* nastur'lum 
Ten to 20 Days— ArhlUoa Canter- 
bury bells, pyrethrum. Shasta daisy 
feverfew, eobae* acanderts eoleu* 
dahlia, foxglove, snow-oo-the-mour. 
tain, galllardla. gerbera. nelenlum 
kochia. sweet pea. llnum. lychm* 
forget-me-not. mgella. pnmro*e. 
c y press vine cardinal climber cas- 
tor bean, acabiosa stokema. thun 
bergia verbena, vinca. 



O'er 30 Day>- Aconite. l§0 days; 
anemone 20-60 days; culumome. 1^- 
60 days: begonia. 31-30 day*, tie. 
matia. 90-306 day*: cyclamen 25-20 
day*: larkspur. 15-25 day* fum. 
15-00 days: impauens. 15-30 days, 
perennial sweet pea. 31-31 dayt 
Mccooop-l* Baileyt. 1» days or 
more: Matillja or tree poppy «2-gt 
daya: Thahctrum ‘meadow rue*. 

14-43 day*: StrellUia bird-of- 

rad ire flower' . 130 days 
K«*ep the acc*»mpanyun Ublc if 
you plan to sow seeds this Spdnc 
Y.iu will find U useful in many 
way* When several v»ne*.es are 
•own in the same seed box tliey 
should all have approximately the 
same germination period, so growth 
will be even, and when the Urn* 
comes to transplant them all can 
be moved Otherwise «l »w growing 
kind* may be seriously tnjur-d when 
faster growing neighbor* are lifted 
from the soil 



ORDER YOUR 

GLADIOLUS BULBS 

From the *‘GLAD' Specialist* 

M i i**s uuoiou)* ot (M i* avsnv— r*a. rare. -» w».w t— t*re 
ISLAND GLADIOLUS GARDENS OPERATED BY 

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^ YATE1S ST. -* T »o«iMut aoTxt — VICTORIA, B.C. 







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Royal Needlewoman 



nui.v COLONIST, VICTORIA. B C . SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 26 . 1950 



m aGaZINC mctioh 



Queen Mary's Worked Rug 
One of Rare Works of Art 



Bagging 

Brant 

You have to set up early In ihe 
morning or stay all nlghl In 
“blinds If you want to get a 
bag ol Brant— that bird of the 
gooae family Brant i* any of 
that spec lea of geeae of the 
genua Brant*. The North 
American Brant breed In the 
Arctic and migrate southward 
following the coast line, but 
never over land. The black or 
dark Brant are found on the 
Pacific Coast. Illustrated here 
ara hunter* in the four princi- 
pal phases of ths sport of 
Brant hunting — setting out 
decoys waiting, ths shot and 
the bag 



THf ONLY OTMfB BIRD ol fh« day *hl» fine M jpecinren being 
tr.umphorflv carr.sd o shore bv A A fPooch) Eckort, co^m^.»ol 
mon of S^-inry. It wa* aboord Eckort ■ Inking bool the Mi N> Ma, 
fhof rhy party irare ed Irom Robeci » Boy to SuPwy l»k»nd o cd w*. 



By NORMAN HILLSON 

I T is characteristic of Quc-ii M*rv 
to gave a lutnd- worked carpet to 
the British nation as a contribution 
in the battle for dollars. Apart from 
the fact that It was made by so em- 
inent and beloved a world figure 
and will, therefore, command a 
huge sum when it Is ultimately dis- 
posed of. the gift Itself reflects the 
thought* and Instinct.* of the donor 
For Queen Mary from her very early 
youth has never been greatly Inter- 
ested in public affairs. For her the 
humanities came first, such 
patronage of hospitals and encou- 
ragement of social a melioration of 
all kuids And In her private life 
she had only one hobby and that 
was the study and creation of work* 
of art. 

Twas Cold 
Down There 

Bv FREDA GRAHAM BUNDY 

PiiAsengers on the Kettle Val- 
ley line rubbed their eye* and 
took one more look at the 29-ton 
Bren gun carrier that stood by the 
platform at Ptncher Station 

It was an unusual sight, but it 
has been an unusual Winter at 
Ptncher Creek. December had 
ushered in a quantity of snow, the 
mercury fell, then the 80- mile -an - 
hour winds started tc blow — and 
they are still blowing 
“I uttle snow, tumbled about, anon 
becomes a mountain.'* The quota- 
tion from "King John" could not fit 
more aptly the conditions that have 
existed for nearly two month* on the 
railroads and highways of the 
Crowsneat line, from Macleod to 
Crow Sliest. Since Christma* the 
weather has assumed s perpetual 
cyclic form, extreme cold, snowfall, 
terrific winds and drifting snow 
OUT OF CONTROL 
Provokingly true Is the fact that 
man has little control over three 
vagaries of weather, be It drifting 
■now or 40 -below temperature* Man 
-Imply step* In later and attempt* 
to restore normal condition* to In- 
terrupted and disrupted transporta- 
tion For weeks the railroads and 
highway maintenance rrews have 
been battling this weather 
• The wind la blowing— the snow 
ha* started to move ** Dreaded 
word* that bring into sudden action 
hundreds of men. Show ploughs 
are ordered out. extra locomotives 
are added, more train crew* are 
called, operators and agent* work 
overtime, armies of section men arr 
out with shovels to clear switches— 
official*, engineers, firemen, con- 
ductor*. trainmen, dispatcher*, sig- 
nalmen. operator*, eection men 
extra gangs, all working like tro- 
lans that you may get your mail, 
your cypres* your freight or that 
you may reach your destination 
When the snow drifts ui Southern 
Alberta It doesn't pile Into soft, 
fluffy mimnds Pounded by the ter- 
rific pressure of gale-proportion 
wind*, the snow l* packed Into ce- 
mrnt-Uke quality that cau**-* e'en 
rt»e mow ploughs to quiver hesitate, 
then stop 

•'Where are the snow* of ye*ter 
year?" Gone with the wind, arrow 
the railroad tracks, filling the cou- 
lees. plugging the two- mile Airetch 
of ro»d from the station to Ptncher 
Creek and causing passengers to be- 
come stranded. . 

NOTHING LIKE IT 
In the memory of the old-timer* 
never ha* there been a Winter when 
It was ”*o cold for so long " Usually 
there is a break when the famous 
* chtnook" wind melts the snow with 
it* warm breath, but thu Winter 
there has been no chtnook only the 
*ub-rero winds that bring blinding 
bllTtards of snow. The wonderful 
range -lands that raise thousands of 
prise beef cattle, have been buried 
in deep drttte and ranchers have 
been compelled to haul feed to the 
stock for In very few rase* ha* it 
been possible to drive- the cattle 
through the deep snow to the feed 
atacka. 



The fabrication uf IhU wonderful 
carpet made on an eighteenth cen- 
tury pattern from the French lapis* 
slera has been the loving work of a 
very old lady. But in her more 
active and public days many long 
hours were spent at the embroidery 
Trames In Buckingham Palace and 
Windsor Castle At the Royal School 
of Embroidery in South Kensington 
London, her work Is acknowledged 
a* being among the finest of mod- 
ern time*. She worked equally 
deftly in groa and petit point. In 
the past many of the examples ot 
her work have been given to per- 
sonal friends a* flit*, generally at 
Christmas, and all over the country 
Ui various museums and art centre? 
one can find samplers by the royal 
hand. At Windsor there Is a set of 
Chinese Chippendale dining chair* 
every one of which was reworked 
with a contemporary design by 
Queen Mary, the task occupying the 
best part of four years. And so the 
making of a carpet, large and Intri- 
cate although It be. did not come as 
too great an effort to Britain c 
greatest and moat distinguished 
needlewoman. 

PERSONAL COLLECTIONS 
In her long life Queen Mao li»* 
accumulated a personal collection of 
work* of art that ha* few equal? in 
the country. Her taste has been 
catholic and ranged over many 
style* and periods, although she has 
always favored the English master 1 
in her choice of domestic furniture. 
In the way of objet* de vertu het 
passion ha* been Chinese Jade 
She had great Joy at Wmd.soi 
after King George succeeded lo Iht 
throne, for Edward VII and Queen 
Alexandra never liked the place very 
much and the vast range of build- 
ings was filled with grotesque Vic- 
torian furniture, the antiques col- 
lected by the Regent and hla father. 
King George III. having been rele- 
gated to) the cellar. 

FORGOTTEN RELICS 
Queen Mary had all the antl- 
maraAimrs and stuffed birds and 
horsehair sofas removed and re- 
placed by the lovely works of Shrr- 
aton and Hepptewrhlte .she found in 
dust covers In the cellars She also 
came across some priceless jade or- 
naments hidden away, probably the 
gift of .some Eu-sirm potentate In the 
long reign of the old Queen The**' 
were all assembled In one room close 
to her private mute In the uppe» 
ward of the castle and the present 
arrangement and assembly are re- 
garded with envy by collectors all 
over the earth. 

In making hoc private collection 
Queen Mary has never relied on the 
dispersal of other people * works at 
great auction sale? such a* take 
place regularly at Christie’s and 
Sotheby's and the rest. Of course 
whenever any particular piece oc- 
curred in the uataiogue which site 
particularly wanted she wo* always 
represented, haring named the fig- 
ure to which she was prepared to go 
and no more 

IN BACK STREETS 
It wa* much more usual for her 
to pay surprise visit* to antique ami 
bric-a-brac shop* wherever she hap- 
pened to be ir you travel the back 
street* of London and ar.k the pro- 
prietors of the little store* where 
they sell anything that U old or sec- 
ond hand, you will find that In five 
ease* out of *ix they have been vis- 
ited bv Queen Mary at one time o» 
another. 

When site left Buckingham Pal 
ace on the death uf King George V 
site had enough private possession.' 
in the way of furniture and tapes- 
tries and carpet* and the like to 
furniah all the private room* a 
Marlborough House, her new Lon- 
don residence And there were still 
quite a number of treasure? left over 
to adorn the wing at Sandringham 
House which the present King ha- 
allotted hi* mcAher during her life- 
time 

When the Queen Mary carpet » 
exposed to pubitc view m the Vis- 
torta and Albert Museum it will be 
•een that U W ai near a perfect 
piece of handicraft a* can be That 
is the result of a life- time of experi- 
ence In vruing the beauties of ma- 
terial*. 1 



IMMEDIATELY AFTER ARRIVAL ot the selected hunting ground In Tht* cose »he Short Spit at S.dnes 
bront hunter-, get busy rtnng.ng out the decoys and bu.ld.ng blind*. Sho*n above wl^Th^ 

a January down ore two of the ardent Sportsmen wod.ng out with on# ot the lines of wooden decoys. They 
ore Bill Howt.ns o retired real estate broker from Hortfocd. Conn , now o North Soon.ch resident, and 5ton 

Williams, Victoria sport. ng goods salesman. 



AFTER A LONG. COU) WAIT sitting In th# cromped blind on the beoch, one lone bront come into ronge of 
or expert gonne- J. G. Joe Gibou't. Provincial Police constoble ot Sidney On# sure shot horn Joe s 12 poop# 

Browning folds hi» eighth bront of the season. 



AFTER THE FIRST SHOT the party's enthu.'Otm which hod a ropid lift for o Jew moment* d<e. down n* hose's 
pass and no more of the smotl geese appear. Wh.l# wolfing Gibault ond Provincial Gome Warden J°**ph 
Jonei eot lunch |n th# blind but still keeping wary eyes On the horiton for those *maM block specki wh.ch 

just might be o flock of bront coming to the decoys. 



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DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. P. C . SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3*. 1950 



Emilv Blue-Books the Motorist Let's Talk About Trees 

" .... I + « + *** 



Mrs. Post Writes Road Rules 
For Those Who Drive in Cars 

By G. E. MORTIMORE 



S HOULD % gentleman Who I* driv- 
ing light the cigarette of a lady 

beside hunt 

The answer la no. say* PoaL 

who adds sagely that “■afeiy U more 
important than chivalry.” 

America i chief social arbiter has 
taken a abort detour from her las* 
of informing boorish contemporaries 
which end of a fork can properly be 
uaad to stab a sardine snd how 
many peas a well-bred man bal- 
ance* on hla knife. 

Recognising that the internal 
combustion engine la here to stay, 
Mrs Poat has penned an opus en- 
titled "Motor Manners . . . the blue 
book of traffic etiquette * It is pre- 
sented by the National Highway 
Users' Conference 

KEEPING ALIVE 
The book invades a relatively new 
field to which politeness has more 
important functions than tying 
down Mrs Snobbtngton » self-rais- 
ing eyebrow or preventing soup 
■tains on the vest. One good thing 
about road courtesy the author im- 
plies. la that It helps you keep alive 



Mrs Post sees many motorist* as 
Jekyll-and-Hyde monsters: 

-Behind the wheel of a car. men 
and women . . . whose behavior to 
all other rir rum* lances Is beyond 
reproach, become suddenly trans- 
formed into bad-mannered auto- 
crats. Thu inconsistency is eer- 
taiuly one of the unsolved mysteries 
of our time ^ 

“The driver who tries to be con- 
siderate. becomes Jittery when ex- 
posed to repeated esperlences with 
rude drivers This otherwise safe 
and well-mannered person, through 
induced impatience and irritability, 
may* become 'an accident going 
somewhere to happen ** 

RILES Of ROAD 
Is it mannerly to sail through a 
red light, race along the wrong side 
of the road, pass on hills and curves 
snd weave through traffic like a 
mad dervish? 

The answer again la no. as any 
pc^ ire man or magistrate will politely 
inform you If be la given the chance. 

8ane drivers should comply with 
safety laws made for their own pro- 
tection. Mrs Poet says. “But the 
well-bred person will look deeper 



He will see courtesy and well-man 
nered human conduct in practically 
every traffic rule” 

"For these reasons a gentleman 1 
will no more cheat a red light or 1 
stop sign than he would cheat to a 
game of cards. A courteous lady 
•ill not scold' others raucously with 
her automobile horn any more than 
the would act like a -fishwife' at a 
party." 

THE NEW ORDER 

The difficulty, as Mrs Post sees It, 
la that manners haven't kept pace 
with motor vehicles: Appearance of 
the automobile was "the beginning 
of an entirely new era of social be- 
havior.” 

"New situations were thrust upon 
the ‘near motorist' for which no 
precedent had established proper 
manners Horse and buggy etiquette 
was soon outdated and was not re- 
placed . . ." 

Sometimes It's polite for a driver 
to be rude to hla passenger. The 
passenger who urges the driver to 
step on the gas should be brushed 
off or Ignored 

The pohte driver does no^ scare 
the wits out of hla passengers by 
breakneck stunting. He keeps the 
ear properly ventilated and heated. 
Ham-handed. Jerky starting and 
stopping la a breach of courtesy 

DOST DO IT 

ponilderate passengers don't chat- 
ter. argue, crowd, or point across the 
driver's cheat at the landscape. 

Sex makes no difference on the 
road. “8pUt -second decisions do not 
allow sufficient Ume to make a dis- 
tinction 'between men and women', 
nor does safety Justify U. Only a 
pseudo -gentleman will make a show 
of chivalry to women drivers and 
then tangle bumpers In a bluffing 
match with a man driver ” 

The author evidently regards one- 
armed driving as such as unspeaka- 
ble offence that she does not even 
include It. 

The backseat driver can menace 
safety by twanging the front-seat 
driver’s nerve* However, there la 
nothing against a passenger urging 
caution when It Li called for. 

A TIGHT SrOT 

Clumsy parking Is the mark of a 
bumpkin on wheels: Drivers are 

Hide and selfish when they hold up 
other traffic while laboring to get 
into a parking place. ' 

Slow driving can be just as dis- 
courteous as too- fast driving. If It 
impedes traffic. "The courteous 
driver moves along at approximately 
the same speed as other vehicles on 
rural highways . . . provided such 
speed Is safe.” 

Polite driver* .efrain from mowing 
down pedestrians, but pedestrians 
have responsibilities, too. "All well- 
mannered pedestrian* will do their 
part to deep a driver from running 
the risk of killing them.” 

"E»en If you don't care about pro- 
tecting your own life. It la a terrible 
thing to make an innocent driver 
commit mayhem unwittingly There- 
for* courteous pedestrians refrain 
from appearing to the street where 
motorists do not expect to find 
them.” 

USING THE HORN 
Pedestrians should refrain from, 
among other things, walking with 
their backs to oncoming traffic, 
climbing safety barriers and caper- 
ing across the road at the wrong 
time. 

Well-mannered drivers do not 
blast a path for themselves with a 
raucous ham, or loot to summon the 
girl friend from her house. 

Mrs. Post strikes one seemingly 
uncharitable note with her answer 
to the question "la the failure to 
pick up a pedestrian discourteous?" 

"Just aa a host does not welcome 
strangers Into hla home, a driver 
should be cautious against taking 
stranger* into hi* car. Tragic ex- 
periences warn owners against giv- 
ing stranger* a ride. Therefore no 
pedestrian should resent a driver s 
not stopping to pick him up * 

A hitch- hiker '» comments after an 
empty sedan speeds by would prob- 
ably be enough to scare Mr* Post 
away rrom the highway and back 
into the drawing-room 



****** . 
* 0**« of o Series of Short Article* About British Columb.o } 
Tree* from the File* of the Provinciol 
Fore*try Deportment 



By FRED McNEIU 



■MM 



AlMNf FIR FOLIAGC (Abe* los.ocofpo) 



a I.PINE fir > Abies lasiocarpai 
known as mountain fir, 
white balsam, white fir. eastern bal- 
sam fir. Caribou ttr. Rocky Moun- 
tain fir, grow* from #5 to 100 feet 
high and one to *wo and a half feet 
in diameter on high exposed slopes. 
Often It Is reduced to a low sprawl- 
ing shrub. It stretches throughout 
the mountain areas of British Co- 
lumbia. but la not known on Van- 
couver Island or the Queen Char- 
lottes. 

The wood, frequently mixed with 
Kngelman and white spruces Is used 
mainly for rough building purpose* 
and mine limbers. It's also \uitable 
for boxes and crates and la a valu- 
able pulpwood 

The needle-Uke leaves sre flat- 
tened In cross- section . seldom ap- 
pearing two-ranked, usually curved 
and twisted toward the upper *tde 
of the twig, tips note Jied except on 
some of the upper branches: one to 
one and three-quarler* Inches long; 
deep blue -green. 

Prult forms to Autumn, an erect, 
cylindrical, dark purple cone, two to 
four inches long, the scale* fan- 
shaped. mostly longer than broad, 
the bracts rounded, ending in long 
slender tips, disintegrating at ma- 
turity, seeds are dark shiny purple 

Twig* are stout, hairy, orange- 
brown. becoming smooth and grey 
Buds are rounded one-eighth to 
one-quarter of an inch long, orange 
brown 



ALPINI FIR. trunk, ond bork 
i Abies tavocorpo ) 

Baik on young stems Is thin 
smooth, grey, with conspicuous resin 
blisters: on old trunks from one to 
one and a half Inches thick, shal- 
lowly furrowed, roughened by red- 
dish scales. 

Wood is light, soft and not strung 
pale brown to almost white. 



Haxey Hood Game 600 Years Old 



O NE Winter * day more than *00 
year* ago, in the English vil- 
lage of Haxey to North Lincoln* hire. 
Lady de Mowbray's hood blew sway. 
oc so the story goes. Twelve men 
working to the fields chased after It 
snd finally caught It. The man who 
captured It was too bashful to give 
it back to Its owner so another man 
took It from him and returned it to 
her. Lady de Mowbray thanked him 
graciously snd told him that he was 
worthy of being called a lord, whilst 
the first man was but a fool. But 
she found the men * efforts to catch 
her errant headgear w snuL-vlng that 
she gave them money and also de- 
cided to tel lie land cm trust for 
maintaining an annual celebration 
of throwing the Hood at Haxey. this 
jollity to be followed by a feast. Ever 
unee that day the Haxey Hood game 
has been played to the village to 
the Winter 

A HOLIDAY 

It is a general holiday to the vil- 
lage and the fool and 13 men called 
Boggans parade the village for days 
beforehand to collect money for the 
feast The lord U the head Boggan 
and they all wear odd traditional 
clothe*, trouser* of *ackck*h with 
piece* of red flannel Pitched to 



them and flower* and feathers in 
their hau On the day itself there 
are processions finishing at the 
stone cross when the villager* and 
the men of the surrounding hamlets 
go to the field* to battle for posses- 
sion of the hood, a length of rope 
firmly encased In leather, two feet 
long and three inches in diameter 
After the hood game a feast is held 
in one of the local Inns and this 
year a bullock and » hall *»* 
roasted for general consumption 
OBJECT OF GAME 
The object of the game now Is to 
gel the hood Into one of the Inn* in 
the village and there is • terrific 
free for all” in the process This 
year's lord was the local blacksmith, 
H»rg Cooper, and the fool a rail- 
way worker called Bob Wilson who 
spoke In a broadcast Just before 
the game began The start was in a 
ploughed field half a mile outside 
the village and when the hood wa« 
thrown into the air everyone pres- 
ent Joined or was pushed Into the 
scrum Sometimes this Is short and 
sharp, as It was this year, sometime* 
the hood Is pushed as much as three 
mile* In the course of the struggle 
and once the scrum lasted Mil “ “ 
night. 




Four Horsemen Who Also Ran in the N^ajors 



MAGAZINf SICTIOM 



DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. R C . SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26. H>50 



Sfiaom bu *o bom-B ai'il WuiUr <l»i* 
hart* matter centre* around major 
, r *«vr toaaebali team* aa «» **• 
around tour club* arhlrh tu«la*»ed in tBe 
tirat dlvUloo In l*** tbe American Lea«ua 
Indiana ilrdl and Tl«*r* '«U»I and Uve 
national League PhlUlea .Jrdi and State* 

*M«re»IUi. In Ui# third of flee arUrlea 
quoting the manager* themaelee* on ptoa- 



Indians ond Tigers in the American League F 
In Third ond Fourth; Phillies, Braves in Same 



inished 

Place 



C KU for the coaunt *eaaon. International 
r v* Bern-* report* the thought* or 
Cleveland » U>u Boudreau Detroit* Hea 



Rolf*. Philadelphia* Xddl* Snvyet *•»« 
Boston * Billy gouthvorth. 

By CHARLES EINSTEIN 
International New* Service Spocu 
Writer 

N EW YORK. -The Boston Braves 
won the NatlonsJ League 
pennant to 1948 snd drove their 
distraught manager to the .sanctuary 
of hi* Ohio farmstead in 1949 when 
they finished an ungainly fourth. 
So It Is not shocking to find the 
manager. Bill Soutbworth, some- 
what cautious about 1950 

* We ll go south for Spring train- 
ing with a stronger team than we 
had last year.” he said, “but we'll 
have to be stronger to finLsh fourth 
again ” 

a "Strong team 

Undeniably, though. Soulhworth 
has a strong team. The mid -Win- 
ter purge which may have eradi- 
cated all the malcontents from the 
Braves' roster left him only two out- 
field holdovers. Tommy Holmes and 
Pete Reiser. But he got Willard 
Marshall and Sid Gordon from the 
Giants. Luis Olmo from Brooklyn, 
Sam Jethroe from Montreal, and 
Bob Addis from St. PauL 

The in field, with First Baseman 
Earl Torgeson back to shape, may 
find Itself the equal of the 48 pen- 
nant winner, even without Eddie 
Stanky and Alvin Dark. The pitch- 
ing staff is centred around Warren 
Spahn, John Sain and Vern Bick- 
ford. a threesome which would sali- 
vate the chops of any manager 
Southworth's counterpart 'to 
some respects' is Manager Lou 
Boudreau, of the Cleveland Indians, 
who played Southworth's Braves in 
the 1948 world series, then shivered 
and shook to 1949. finally settling in 
third place. 

Handsome Lou, who looks a little 
like Tyrone Power In an unguarded 
moment iTy'a. not Lou's). Is watch- 
ing his words this time around 
"The strength we've gained over 
the Winter" he said, "1* in pitch- 
ing. We got Hal Saltman, Jesse 
Flores and Red Embree to add to 
our staff. 

PLATE POWER 

"But in Spring training, we U 
have problems The biggest task 
will be to find some power at the 



■ ILLY SOUTH WORTH 

plate. Another tiling wUl be the 
question of finding somebody to take 
Joe Gordon's place if he decides not 
to sign. 

•Toughest team in the league 1 
The Red Sox. 

"The Indians? Well be in the 
top three — somewhere* '' 

Hardly as bashful is Red Rolfe, 
w ho to his first yegr as manager of 
the Detroit Tiger* came whLsker- 
rlose to beating Boudreau out for 
third in the American League 

"Charlie Keller, If he comes 
through, can bat and pinch-hlt the 
Tigers to the pennant.” Red say*, 
referring to the slugging veteran he 
got from the Yanks to retaliation— 
if that's the word for Dick Wake- 
field. 

Rolfe believes that the purchase 
of Jerry Prlddy from the Browns for 
1100.000 and Pitcher Lou Kretlow. 
has improved the Tigers' tofteld 
prospects considerably. 

*Our biggest Spring training prob- 
lem," he adds, “will be with second- 
line and relief pitchers, such as 
Marv Grissom, Dl|*y Trout and Hal 
White" 

W ATCH TIGERS 

Just as the Tigers are the dark 
horse of the American League, so 
are the young, dynamic Phlladel- 



LOU ROUDRIAU 



phu Phils, of the National, who fln- 
u-hed third last year under Edwin 
Mulby Sawyer, master of *cience 
and Phi Beta Kappa *cholar extra- 
ordinary. 

There's really no reason why we 
shouldn't be improved in 1950.' 
Sawyer said The point l*. I don t 
think those other two clubs i Brook- 
lyn and St Louis) are going to get 
too far out to front.” 



— AMOtiaieS Prfu 

IDDIi SAWYIR 

Bob Carpenter, the ownei of the 
PhllUe*. also would like to be heard 
on the subject. He says the Dodgers 
will repeat as National League pen- 
nant winners, and that the Phillle*. 
with a Utlta luck, ' ought to finish 
second” 

Next w eek : The American 

league s "bottom lour '—Athletics, 
White Sox Brown* and Senator*'. 



Try This for Your Nerves 



You and Your Car 



By FREDERICK C. RUSSELL 



The driver who'* always right 1* 
wrong. 

SELECTING NEXT CAR 

T HEY may pa« automobile ruw 
without glancing right or left; 
they may turn a deaf ear to sales- 
men, nr feel content to be out of 
touch with what s going on to mo- 
lordom, but millions of motorist* 
are unconsciously selecting the sort 



Misleading! 

One of the moat misleading things 
■ fan can do Is look at the record 
in comparing all-time baseball 
greats. 

So many changes ui rules have 
occurred since the National League 
came into being in 18“6 that a fair 
com par non of early records aftd the 
statistic* of today Is virtually im- 
possible. 

An important variation l* to be 
found to the different pitching dis- 
tance* which have been In vogue 
From 1876 to 1881. the distance was 
15 feet; from 1881 to 1893 . 50 feet, 
and since 1893 It ha* been 60'* feet. 

Just to cinch the case against the 
records as a reliable yardstick, the 
fact la that some of the early rec- 
ords were sloppily kept and as a re- 
mit are not wholly accurate, 



of car they will purchase next. This 
prediction, made by some shrewd 
automobile men. I* explained by the 
observation, "Show me the way a 
motorist takes c*re of hU present 
car and I will tell you what kind of 
car he wlU buy next.” Motordom 
to general would benefit by ihe re- 
al nation that caring for the car 
xeaily means that care will also 
*ave your hope of being able to buy 
a better one. 

Don't let a few dollars worth of 
lubricant stand to the way of reach- 
ing your goal Unless you're a 
spendthrift, you are preselecting 
your future car by the way you 
treat the one that now serve* you 
PIT IT TO WORK 

Offering of * unall electrical 
gadget to prevent blue tungsten 
oxide from forming on the breaker 
points in Winter focuses attention 
on the fact that alow driving In cold 
weather cause* a decrease to elec- 
trical resistance of the primary cir- 
cuit. However, there still Is the 
opportunity to hit the open road 
occasionally, and this Is definitely 
so advantage if you don't happen 
to be using ooe of these resistance 
regulators. A good run on the open 
road to Winter is always helpful to 
the valves snd the motor generally 



SAM SNIAO (ills in wo>t on te« during exhibition motch b> belonong 
gall boll* on too of eoch othee. 



By ALEX J MORRISON 

H AVE you ever watched how 
tournament pros put to their 
time during a wait on the tee? If 
you haven't then next time you at- 
tend a tournament a* spectator keep 
your ejr» on them »s they wail. It'* 
a good leason to nerve control, so 
important In golf. The smart one.? 
put to their time courting relaxation 
both mental and physical. Many 
have tricks of their own which they 
use to keep Themselves relaxed 
Some talk to other players, their 
caddies or friends. They try to 
talk about subject* jeml- removed 
from the game. They don’t want to 
dwell too strongly on merit shots, 
no matter how good or bad for this 
makes them too anxious about the 
next one. They prefer to discuss 
briefly some light topic. If poixible 
on the humorous tide 

Other player*. Instead of making 
light conversation, follow some 
physical routine to Induce looseness 
and ease. Many sprawl on a bench 
with their legs extended after the 



manner of a boxer in the ring be- 
tween rounds. A few have their 
own pet stuiits which afford them 
the necessary diversion, if not re- 
laxation. Sam Snead, tor example, 
can be very amusing to himself and 
other* on occasions. One of his 
stunts l* to balance as many as three 
or four bails on top of one another. 

When first attempted this is quite 
difficult. One invariably counts the 
delicate touch and patience needed 
to place the balls just right. But, 
by exercising a little patience any- 
one can balance at least one ball on 
top of the other. So what? So you 
learn to quiet your nerve*, to get 
down to the delicary of touch needed 
to handle your clubs properly. At 
the same time you avoid the ten- 
sion generally created by a wait at 
the tee. And these wait* are longer 
and more numerous these day* Most 
of the public course* throughout the 
country try to accommodate four to 
six players in one day. Many pri- 
vate course* are crowded over week- 
ends. Waiting ran cause tension c * 
bring relaxation It 1* up to you 



RID ROLF! 

Club Runs 
Into Heavy 
Court Cost 

By MIC HAEL O'MARA 

LONDON-The cost of six runs 
to Cheetham « Manchester) Cricket 
Club may work out around 15 006 
• $15.500> . 

With total funds of 1150 In tha 
club kitty, the UtUe team was won- 
dering how to pay its debts— and 
clubs all over the country w* be- 
ginning to think they'd better take 
out Insurance against the type of 
accident that landed Cheetham to 
trouble. 

The lusty blow that started th# 
site muzzle was struck August 9, 1947. 
when the ball sailed out of tha 
ground and hit 53-year-old Bessie 
Stone aa she stood to her nearby 
garden. 

She sued for damages on tha 
grounds of negligence and nuisance, 
but at Manchester Assise* her ac- 
tion failed. 

8 he carried her case to the Court 
of Appeal and there woo 1104 dam- 
age* plus coats - already running 
around U»0. 

The Cheetham club debated 
whether to take the tost match one 
step further to the Privy Council ol 
ihe House of Lords. That would 
boost the costs to at least 15 000 
and, If the Appeal* Court verdict 
were upheld, would put the lltUo 
team out of business for ever. 

But to accept the verdict would 
be to set up a precedent which 
would jeopardize every small club 
in Britain. There Is talk of raUing 
a fighting fund from various cricket 
organizations to bring Cheetham s 
cases before the law lords. 

• • * 

Badminton ace. Mrs Betty Ubrr. 
blonde and fortylah. ha* won *o 
many cup* and title* to the last 31 
years that she's kwt count. 

8he has Just published a history 
of the game entitled “This Badmin- 
ton Racket* 

Partnering IrfT husband, a Mid- 
lands mill owner. Betty woo the 
all-England double* chain pkmship 
in 1936-31-32, an unequalled record. 
She went on to five more victori- 
ous years with a variety of partner*. 

In her Bournemouth house 1* • 
trunkful of trophies. Now. when- 
ever she win* a cup she give* It bark 
to the club to found a new competi- 
tion. 

# • • 

Sir Alfred Munning*. former 
president of the Royal Academy and I 
distinguished painter of thorough- 
breds. ha* undertaken a new racing 
Job. 

He is to Judge designs submitted 
by pupils at Merseyside Art Schools 
for the cup to be given as the 1951 
Topham Trophy. 

The trophy was Instluted at Aln- 
tree last Spring as an award for ooe 
of »he steeplechase* at the Grwafl 
national meeting. 






DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1950 



MAGaZIMC MOTION 







By W. T. GALT 

The succulent art of cookery m 
earned to constderabie perfection 
among the early Egyptian*. Pemeae 




Kxtnir«oa» end luxury at the 
Sabte were notable feature* of 
Roman a Ulc under the empire 

But * bee remained for the 
■Middle of the Twentieth Century 
for the companion art of cook book 
vrtung to eoot Into ite own tf sheer 
term of numbers la any criterion. 

Last year there was a cooks tour 
an a (rand scale be the publishers' 
Male with no fearer than « new or 
rev land cook books appearing on the 



Until about 11 years a«o. cook 
books were crammed with informa- 
tion. ae now. but unlike the more 

recent crops they were about ae 

bright end readable ae an okl al- 
gebra textbook. 

Zn contrast, almost every rook 

book nowaday* la easy to iouk at 
and pleasant to read, not only for 
the houeewtfe. but far the growing 
army of men who are finding that 
booking can be fun. 

XI might even be said that If thare 
b one outstanding fault among 
books la the new lists 4 Is just that 
there la se much good reading m 



— Prom Tb* Book 



ARTHUt MilGHfN 



Chief Meighen Speeches 
Show Oratorical Mastery 



RL Hu Arthur MeSgltew (Clarke, 



For In some of the books you have 
to pick your way through a throng 
ef celebrities to actually get at the 



A foreward to one of the books by 
Oypey ftoae Lee. admittedly quite a 
dish beraatf. may or may not en- 
hance the menu of the receipts 
Usted later on. And whether rtee 
podding win leete better to diners 
who know It h John Kirran's favor- 
ite de sser t, or sponge cake will be 
more acceptable because Fred Allen 
r wv ete k I li something every 
loader will have to decide for him- 
self 

Here are a few of the more Inter- 
eating cook books of the year: 

GENERAL COO RE AT 

-The Fireside Cook Bowk." by 
James A Beard. Far and away the 
best seller by a recognised expert 

who knows hie food and how to 
write about IV Color illustrations 
and a wall charV 

-Aant KBs's Cwek hd. " by Mar- 

guertto McCarthy. Contains direr - 



ha Ottawa they siiM talk of the 
oanetltutional ertete of IBM and the 
-Hamilton Speech ’ They are juet 
two more of the many issue* In re- 
cent Canadian history M which Hv 
Hon Arthur Meighen played a cen- 
tral part. 

FLATTERING FOREWORD 
A lot of the others will be recalled 
vividly by readers of "Unrevlaed and 
Unrepented.* a colUetlea of 
Rwechaa made by Meighen as Prime 
Minister. Leader of the Opposition. 
Senator and great Canadian maker 
of jgwechea. 

In book form, fore worded flatter- 
ingly by Orettan OTaary and pre- 
faced by the author with an appeal 
to readers to believe that the ideas 
them still bear scrutiny, the 
speeches biend Into aa interesting 
declaration of pohuoal belief and 



and a bit about 



They stretch froea bis early years 
Be Parliament as aa opposition 
number thromth his first Cabinet 



appointments In the Borden admin- 
istration and his ascenaloo to the 
leadership of his country m 1B30. 
They go on through the defeat of 
the Tories in 1B31. Meighen a tem- 
porary government during the crisis 
of IBM. his appointment to the 
Senate In IBM. and his last stand 
when he resumed leadership of the 
party in the dark days of 1B3B 
To this day his speeches are good 
marling He was a master orator 
and debater with a keen, analytical 
mind. His arguments on the Great 
War oansenptian Issue and on the 
same fight in 1*40. an protection, on 
the constitutional crisis and other 
political subjects often have the In- 
cisive bite of a surgical knife They 
penetrate even against your will. 

Hia comments an the lives of great 
men he admired, notably Thomas 
D*Arcy McOee and Shakespeare are 
models of Inspiration. 

HANDSOME BOOK 
Besides Meighen. with whom 
many will disagree, this book has 
one thing which will surely bring 
unanimous approval — a handsome - 
neaa of book-making design which 
will make Canadians proud of a 
developing art in their own country. 
— 8.R.H 



by Jean ChmphaU and Gloria Earn- 
er** Dispels the myth that ip iea 
rwaa o oo k t n g is difficult 

FUNNY COOK BOOK II 
“WksO Cwskhs*,* by Jack Bailey 
Culinary advice from the esnoee of 
Urn 'Queen for a Day* radio show 



For Armchair Detectives 



Hems WHbawt a Deer.* by 
sterling Mens SAM.) 



Lew Lehr, like a e w ar e s! 



Is a Fern Lesser Weed.- by 



COOK BOOKS 



aant the whodunit author » trick of 
withholding the vital piece of eel- 



Minor Classic 



Monica Dickens Has Fun 
With Latest Succint Saga 



-newer* on the Grsea,* by Mease* 
Ihrkrai i Michael JoeepK. $2.7 i. I 

ui«. Dickens has quite a mt of 
fun at her characters' expense here. 
»nH to will her readers In this sue- 
clnC saga of a neurotic reclaimed. 

It all begins when hero Daniel, 
previously without family and none, 
tentatively puts down a few roots 
when he marries. But they are 
quickly torn up for him when Miss 
Dickens offering no spology to the 
reader, unemotionally kills off the 
wife In the first chapter 

From then on "Flowers in the 
Grass” Is a series of character 
sketches about people who appear 
most prominently in each of the 






hero's mental stages — from the 
depths of alcoholism gradually up to 
the point where he finds the sta- 
bility he needs. 

Among these are a terrifyingly 
vigorous Summer camp director, an 
office wit who file* 'bon mots" In a 
scrapbook, and a love-burdened but 
conventional adolescent who finds 
her progressive school too progres- 
sive. 

Unlike her famous grandfather. 
Charles. Mias Dickens doesn't make 
use of sentiment or caricature Hex 
people are matter -of-factly real and 
carry on their own affairs without 
demanding sympathy from the 
reader. The result is amusing and 
relaxing fare.— M D O. 



Dig a * WW by Momwow 
>dta shad to the theory AM 
of a MM of wte* white 



This 

of a d 



fiat aowwt te the story 
aiy poor termor's tri- 
acres of back-breaking 



exultant about 



TW Art of log Co iho r y. 1 



•ok. as U portray* one ter mar's basic 
debility sad dignity to face of the 



Revi 



lews in 



Brief 



-DtaWUr Mewwa. Mwah a 
Bee." ay BeUy Weak 
•Osaktog tor (to- by 



•Wry to tokl with an sarthy candor 
and humor that has already estab- 
lished It as a minor classic 

Honestly written and wonderfully 
cocked wKh outstanding Uvtng 
characters, this book deserves to ba 
rvad by anyone who missed It when 
It was firs* printed to 1*41 



deuce necessary to unmask the vll- 
iam until the teat page wlfl appre- 
ciate Mr Sterling's book. 

The sleuth here, a plain New York 
Ctty cop. who neither grows orchids, 
playa a violin or solves the mystery 
without moving out of hte study, 
finds no more Incriminating dues 
than doas the reader. 

The grisly doings begin when aa 
ageing, wealthy recluse, who hasn't 
stepped outside of bar hotel room 
to to years, finally emerges and la 
befnendad by a young man willing 
to listen to her trouble*. 

He has some of his own. however, 
and Informs her that all five guests 
about to arrive at his homo that 
evening want to kill him. 

Ia order to protect him. she Join* 
tte party and discovers that Ms 
guaets have their reasons far favor- 
ing homicide He Is murdered, sure 
enough, and what happen* than Is 
Mr Sterling s story. 

This la a better - than - average 
thriller, not recommended far thoeg 
who live atone.— M D O 



•The Pursuit of Love," by Naney 
Milford < Fearula. too.) 

All the candour and vivacity that 
made "Love In a Cold Climate" one 
of last year's English best sellers m 
here in this earlier work by the same 
author. 

Pursuing love Is Linda Radlett. 
daughter of a delightfully eccentric 
noble family, whoee luck In love 
seem* fated to go from bad to worse 
until stumble* onto what she 
was looking for all along. 

>nn Milford • concise and wick- 
edly funny prose hits the mark with 
unerring accuracy In this novel of 
modem England and the female 
temperament. 

* * * 

-Naasra." by K. K. Reynolds (Fesk- 
gwia. toe.) 

When Norwegian explorer, scien- 
tist museum curator. Fridtjof 
Nansen. In IBM. first proposed to 
travel across Greenland an snow- 
shoea. a Bergen newspaper ran the 
following Item: 

"Notice: In the month of June 
next. Curator Nansen will five a 
pmng display, with long Jump* on 
the inland Ice of Greenland Re- 
served teats in the crevasses. Return 
ticket necessary." 

But Nansens daring feat wa* a 
y(»nuflf success as was his subse- 
quent three-year Journey into Arctic 
ice In * futile attempt to sail directly 
to the North Pole. 

In fact. Nansen'* unique mixture 
of courage and common sente ulti- 
mately led him far away from hi* 
specialised field to serve his coun- 
try's Interest* — first in attaining 
recognition for Norway as a sover- 
eign state, later as Norwegian rep- 
resentative in the League of Nations 
In the league he worked valiantly 
organising Rua&ten refugee assist- 
ance and repair tall cm of war pris- 
oners. Consequently, he won the 
IBS Nobel Peace Prise 
Biographer Reynold* has revealed 
Nansen as a truly great man In thte 
reprint.— MD O. •' 

WWW 

-The Flak H owe." by NX la Gark- 
MT White MkcadlUa $17$.) 

Mrs. White's story la no better or 
worse than most novel* that begin 
their careers serialised in women s 



What starts out promisingly to be 
a poignant study of an emotionally 
and physically crippled child's ad- 
justment to normalcy ends up as 
Just another maudlin love story In- 
volving about all the type-cast char- 
acters who will continue to turn up 
to women's mags sine fiction fer 
years the ethereal, understanding 
young gtrf; the sensitive misunder- 
stood young man ; the failhfwL 



though rejected suitor, the heart- 
less and selfish beauty; the gruff 
n»n;d* n aunt who has put love be- 
hind her. 

However, although Mrs White 
writes most sincerely about child- 
hood. The Pink House ' will prob- 
ably appeal in Its entirety to thorn 
who like a love story which contain* 
a few mild surprises — M D.O. 

"Archaeology of Palestine,” by W. 
F Albright » Tehran. *5ci. 

This survey at ancient peoples and 
culture* of the Holy Land provide* 
a good introduction for reader* seri- 
ously Interested In the subject. Pro- 
fusely Illustrated with ornaments 
and art forms restored from ancient 
times, the book provide* a fun record 
of major excavations carried out 
there The author was with the 
American school for social research 
In Jerusalem between 1919 and 193$. 



The Heel’s 
Progress 

"Same thing for Nothing." by H- 
V truer IMua i Masson. $2-7$. I 

This fast-paced novel might be 
sub- U tied "The Heel's Progress." for 
GU Devon Is definitely a heel that 
goes place*. 

GU. a gambler and former Holly- 
wood bit player, steps Into a natural 
when he chances upon Belle Onss- 
ner rolling a car over a cliff with 
her drunk husband Inside. Applica- 
tion of an adroit mixture of black- 
mail and sex appeal soon puts OU 
in control of the gambling empire 
of the husband everyone else thinks 
has unaccountably "disappeared " 

With unerring gambler's Instinct. 
OU parlays hi* good looks and new 
wealth to dlxxying social height*. 

Mr Dixon call* on every trick of 
the trade to keep dramatic suspense 
at a rising pitch right up to the sur- 
prise ending on the last page f which 
has been sealed by the publisher 
with a promise of money back for 
anyone who can return the book 
without breaking the seal).* Anyone 
who enjoyed the author's "Double 
Indemnity” wQl like thte— W .TO. 

VoL 3 

•THE GRAND ALLIANCE* 

Win* ton Churchil 



THE MARIONETTE 



mm pocolu re. 






u^GGONS 



GOVERNMENT STREET 




DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B C.. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 19S0 



Short Toppers Are Favored 
In Newest Coat Selection 



Women s 



B ECAUSE they are so right to 
line and spirit, because they 
are so Tull of newsy detail short 
toppers promise to be Spring's favor- 
ite coats. The sli mm i n g of the 
silhouetU- calls for the wrap that 
flares above It, and the slender top- 
per Is shown with both slim and 
foil skirts. 

Two types compete for first hon- 
or*. the short and flared coat with 
the motion of a capelet. and the 
belted topper. Both appear as part 
of a casual suit, but they are moat 
papular to versions made by ooal 
manufacturers well styled, pre- 
cisely cut and tailored to ho‘d their 
good lines 

In addition to iheae two favorite 
styles there are others, the slender 
‘straight topper, the cocoon coat, 
the waist-length Jacket (hat nips 
In to the curves of the figure and 
various noveftlea. 

FLARED CUFFS 
Details are simpler than they 
were test srason. but turn- back 
sleeves, flared cuffs, smaller but In- 
teresting collars and shoulders, and 
a variety of pocket arrangements 
make them different Many are 
double-breasted, with two rows of 
buttons placed close together look- 
ing very new. Belted coats some- 
time* feature the new bloused back, 
and full lantem-llke sleeves may 



F RAGILE chiffon, lace and 
other such fabrics when 
made Into collars and cuffs are 
easily washed If they're placed 
on a Turkish towel and 
scrubbed gently with a soft 
brush. Rinse to the same 
fashion and spread on a towel 
to dry. 

Sweaters can be dried 
quickly and blocking elimi- 
nated if they are laid on a 
bath towel, then covered with 
a similar towel. Roll the 
moisture out with a rolling 
pin. 



FURNITURE contemporary design, wmple accessories, cloy tile Hoc* 
and on ompl# fireplace make this modestly modern room suitable for 
use as o den, guest room or bedroom. 



RECIPE OF THE WEEK ? 
Graham Cracker Roll 
•Serves 6* 

Vs pound graham crackers 
4 pound marshmallows, cut 
fine. 

1 cup walnuts, chopped 
1 cup dates, cut fine 
1 cup thin cream 
Roll crackers to crumbs, re- 
serving 4 cup. Mix remain- 
ing crumbs with marshmal- 
lows. nuts and dates Add 
cream slowly until mixture Is 
moist enough to hold together. 
Shape Into a roll about 34 
inches in diameter and roll In 
reserved crumbs Wrap In 
waxed paper and let stand In 
a cold place for at least 13 
hours. Cut In 4 -Inch slices 
and serve with whipped 
cream. 



Interior Designing 



A CHIEVING some extra room In 
a new home is often not so 

much a matter of adding cubic foot- 
age as of planning some space for 
more than one purpose. A den. 
for instance, may seem a luxury 
for the average family, but It la 
more than practical If it serves also 
aa a guest room and. later In family 
life, can be converted into a bed- 
room for a young son or daughter 
The room illustrated can admira- 
bly fill a role as either den. guest 
room or bedroom Furniture of 
clean, contemporary design, simple 
accessories, clay Ule flooring, a large 
window and ample fireplace pro- 
vides a pleasing and restful atmos- 
phere for any of three uaea 
The furniture, a new grouping 
designed by T. H Robs John -Olb- 
bings. la walnut polished* U> a cool, 
pale leaf-brown The Tiesic de- 
sign form la a round, tapering shah, 
with Ha greatest diameter at IU 



—the straw hat With velvet tm 
Colored straws are banded Wl 
black velvet to provide a lovely m 
background for the hair. 



The room's tile floor U In an ash 
grey shade. It makes a practical 
aa well aa handsome flooring, since 
Ule never needs waxing or varnish- 
ing and Its shade blends perfectly 
with the furniture and fittings of 
the room. The rug has yellow and 
amber tone* picking up the yellow 
to the bedspreads and pillow cov- 



Towela win keep their fresh 
air odor If they are re- 
moved from the line just a 
trifle before they're completely 
dried. Run them folded 
through the wringer. 

Many spots on garment* 
can be removed by rubbing 
gently on the spot with the 
same material as the spot I* 
on. Thte is especially effec- 
tive If done when the stain Is 
fresh. 



No picture* or other decoratton 
m used on the wall* of this room. 
Instead they are given both warmth 
and richness by the wall paneling 
to walnut of the same finish as the 
furniture The same wood te used 
for the fireplace mantel shelf and 
the area above It. 



iresi 



Charming One-Piece Dress | 
Will Be Leader for Spring 1 



By HELEN T. CARRINGTON 

Another new and beautiful day 
has dswned and the sun which is 
showering Its golden mut over the 
world will flU me with enthusiasm 
and renewed strength. The sweet- * HE you tired of your two-piece 
ness of the air and the pure dewy dresses. <d the suit look? Thte 

freshnem are already softening the Spring you 11 have a chance for a 
apathy of habit— and the day * du- 
ties loom up with a new interest, 
even the semblance of a privilege 
As the rosebud geutly unfolds 
under the sun's warm Influence, so, 

I know, will many opportunities 
disclose themselves aa the day ad- 
vance*. 1 must be wide awake and 
eager to catch the golden wave* 
of »*n*rgy and purpose 
The gleanings of the peat will 
file by to silence, units of the army 
of rxpertenoe; encouraging or de- 
nunciatory— showing where lie 
hopes and pitfalls, possibilities and 
dangers. 

I may encounter the need lor 
silence, the wisdom of necessity of 
speech -the blow of disUlvisiunment. 
bereavement or defeat— the urge 
for action and perhaps the delight 
of recognition of some worthwhile 
aim 

Am I welcoming this day and It* 
po&sibUitiea with proper gratitude, 
thankfulness for encouragement, 
health and interest*— the need and 
delight of definite and onngenlal 
work 'indeed, how I should mtae 
IU insistent demands*— for an in- 
tensified ambition and daring and 
determination to carry K owtt I 
hope I may have the grace to be 
patient with the children and the 
little dog; to be considerate and 
tolerant toward* everyone whom my 
life touche# today; to exert self- 
aontroL and In some definite way 
to exemplify the meaning of that 
lovely word— a gentlewoman. 



change, for the ooe-ptoce dresa te 
back in such numbers that It is by 
far the leading type. There are 

shirtwaist dresaea. sheaths, simple 
shm sheen, dresses with some drap- 
ing. but all are In one piece even 
If they have a two-piece looks, a* 



The btouaori top gives a different 
silhouette to some dresses, while 
others are fitted through the bodice 
section to show off a good figure. 
Many dreaaea have a fitted bodice 
tucked under a belt, which oomes 
off to reveaJ a strapless or camisole 
top— the double-duty Idea carried 
out to a very practical nonrlu te n w 
THE SIMFLE LOOK 
The neat and simple look is spoo- 
axed by must designers, though 
they may give Interest to dresses 
through fabric texture, or through 
such surface treatment as tucking, 
shirring or stitching. Pleat* are 
very popular, especially when the 
fabric te soft For daytime, the 
wtute-eoUar drew* te right for both 



YOU'LL WANT A TOFFgB Ite Spring, a convergent little cool to wear 
through Ite da