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NO. — MNETY.SECONO YEAR 



VRTORIA, BRITISH rOLLMBIA, THl RSHAY, MARCH 23, 1950 



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Reported to Return 

itiioiit liieludiii" China Reds 

IJiKK SUCCESS. N.V., Marih 22 (INS).— International 
News ^rvice learned today that Russia Is ready to return 
to active participation in the Security Council of the United 
Nations without the inclusion of Communist China. 

Top level «pokrL0)eti Ipr crrUln 
delegaMon* Mid UiAl the Soviet* are 
wilUnc and uuloui to get back Into 
U.N. while kcwpinf CommunUt 
Leader M»o Tia>-Tung out of conUiri 
with the United 6t«te«. Britain and 
Prance. 

Rl'SSIANH MT IN 

A ronftrrnamrT report to that 
effect wiu received at Lake Sucreu 
from Geneva, where the Soviet 
representallvea quietly took their 
»eaU In a committee of the Euro* 
pean Economic CommlMlon after 
the delegate* for Nationals China 
failed to appear. 

It wa* learned Uiat U.N Secretary- 



Say Hoodlums 
(iause^l Blaze 

VANCOUVER, March 22 
(CP). — Fire late tonight de- 
stroyed a large storage barn 
here, damping two adjoin- 
ing houses, and police laid 
the blame to young hood 
lums. 

Investigating officers said 
youths had been fieen prowl- 
ing about the wooden struc 
ture shortly before the blaze 
broke out. 

The building, seldom used, 
was Uttered with straw, old 
fruit, cardboard boxes and 
rubber tires. Firemen used 
gas masks in their fight to 



arc rf>pre»cntcd In Uie Bf^urtty 
Council 

UN Kturre* InformM INS. that 
Utp Uc rpcct-h wa* carrlully prr- 
parrd with thf barkln* of Britain. 
YuRnalavla, India and other* of the 
IS U N. member rovernmrnU who 
have rerofniced the Chineae Com- 
muni<«t rr^me. Hf will follow up Uie 
new drive for breaking the U.N*. 
deadlock on hi* return to lioke 
Sucre** from Warhlngton tnnuirmw 

Ti>day Ue held lengthy confer* 
ences with Dean Ru«k and John D 
Hl'*ker»on. a.Ml^tanl Mrre'anrv of 
atate. and conferred on the Chinese 
problem iivlf wlih Dr Philip C 



L.MItHANKS. .%laAha. March tt 
man. hl«. wife and their 
}4-month-«lrt daughter arr over- 
due nn their 3.%A.mile dog team 
Journey from Old C’row, In Yukon 
Terrltorv. la Fort luken on the 
Y'ukon Kiver. 

lirrh Wllvon. tort Yukon eom- 
ml^alnnrr, today told* the mar- 
•hal'a office here that Mr and 
Mn. Judvon tioghea and thrir 
rhild vet off from Old Oew March 
8. evperiing to reach Fort 3 ukon 
In ten lo 14 davi. 

MlUnn aalri he waa Inid that 
the famllv waa no| well equipped 



control the flames. 



Dr Jr .'Ap relumed frrtm 



Tryc>.e Lk'a Uxooc bid In 



ewing through &»utltea.M Aaia a few 
day* ago. 



Washington I't a meeting nf the 
eleven foreign mlnbters of coun*rle* 
repreaepted In Uie Seeurlty Council 
«•* baaed on the full awarqnew of 
thl* Soviet at'lturie. 

Lie ha* been In cIom touch, for 
week-v with the Rovtet delegation 
He ha* privately warned Soviet 
delegate Jamb Malik that the walk- 
out from U N. cannot be condoned 
nr JuMifled and that Rumla muat 
apeedlly make up her mind to re- 
sume IT N. obllratinrw prescribed In 
the charter 

In hi* Washington *|>eeoh. Ue 
bnuhed a*lde any dealre for ap- 
peasement but stipulated that the 
cold arar must be aettled by a "give 
and Ukr" negotlaUnn among Ute 
big power*. 

Be suggested a SO-year truce in 
the cold war and Immediate resort 
to all poasible U.N facilities for 
launching new negnllatlon*. par* 
Ucularly a meeting of the eleven 
foreign mlnUtem whose countries 



Sfrious damage was avert- 
ed after two houses caught 
fire when shingles from the 
bam roof were whipped by 
wind. 

Loss has not yet been es- 
timated. Investigation is 
continuing. 



With deep cutout nearly completed, workmen now are concentraUng on construction of new bridge to replace old Mia*tream 
Bridge. Working high above niahing water*. conatrucUon fangs already have completed foundation work for new atructure 

Oangeroua curves will be eliminated when project la completed.. 



Coalition Rejects Bid 



Speed Demons 
DorCt Live I^img 

D ONT do go If you want 
to reach 61 

A speeding motorist can die 
with hi* boot* on. Speed* 
craay motorist* m*y never die 
of old age. 

A casual chat with an am* 
buiance driver would alow 
down a lot of speed artbiU. 
AmbuUxtco drirtra **e the 
bloody me**, the mangled 
bodies and pitiful aobbing 
survivors at accidents. 

Every driver who like* to go 
heavy on the accelerator 
would benefit if hr wa* at the 
scene of a bad accident 
saconda after It happened. 
The moaning nf the Injured 
and the grotesque cars can* 
sot be aooD (nrgolten. 



OTTAWA. March W <e». Large 
1940 deficit* rif two publicly-^wned 
tranaportailnn syntenv. Canadian 
National Railwa).« and Trans-Csm- 
ada Air Unn will be examined 
next week b.v a Parliamentary rom- 
mUtee. Trade Minister Howe said 
today In the Common*. 

The Common* comirUttee on rail- 
ways and canala will start lU an* 
m»l Task of reviewing the report* 
of the two transportation svaiem* 
along with aatlmate* covering ad- 
vances to the C.NR. 

REPORTS DIE 

It Is expected the 1049 report of 
the CNR 



TC A had a hard 3»ar m 1949. ha 
aald, and the fundamental reai^tn 
wa* the growth in aeivlre 
On the nvei>ra* aervUe. TC.A. 
experienced full load* In Summer 
mctnihs and empty *aat| In Winter 
night* Plight* liad been Inauf. 
united tn the Caribbean and they 
□nw were showing better result*. 



On Old-Asfe Pension 



I members believed that a national 
i schema wa* necessary- He pointed 
'out that at present the percentage 
|of old age pension irrlplent* was 
'higher than the naUonal average. 

I BEYOND B.C.'S CAPACITY 
Claiming the effect of the C.C.P. 
reeoluUon would be beyond the ca> 
pacliy of BrllUh Columbia to pay. 
Allan McDonell 



I VANCOUVER, March 22 W.-^A 
' 14>day trial of rcd-halred Frederick 
I Rodger Ducharme. charged with 
I Uie slaying of a 43.ycar-(dd spin- 
ster. ended today in conviction. 

Re was convicted of the murder 
of Blanche Feme PUher, whoae 
, body was found in the murky waters 
of Palve Creek, a few block* from 
downtown Vancouver last Novem- 
ber 0 

Calmly, but apparently somewhat 
puzsied. lie heard Mr. Justice A. M 
Mansnn sentence him to hang. 
June 30. 

But he added a new dlsrloiurc 
to the blarre trial a* before a 
hurhed court he mumbled 
*T am not guilty , , tlie wo- 
man whose IVKly 1 look from the 
water was Hill alive. I look It 
and put In In my floaihnuhe. walling 
till five o'clock In the morning. 

C'LAI.MS rSNOTENTE 
“Only I know what happened that 
particular night. I have solved 
that part of the mystery. 

'T still asy I am not guilty ’ 

He dU] not elaborate, but ap* 
pa^Uy wa* referring to the evi- 
dence of two False Creek shack- 
dwellers who teatifed Ducharme hjul 
a woman’s body in a boat on the 
night of November S. i 

Previously, he had denied tbej 
evidence, claiming Mias Fisher fled | 
from hts automobile acroM a bridge 
and disappeared In the darkness, j 
He never admitted recovering the ' 
body frocn the creek. i 

TO FILE APPEAL I 

Defence Couiwl Dugald McAlplne 
said later he would fUe notice of 
appeal Immediately. 

The Jury returned lu verdict to 
Mr Justice A M Man«nn at 3.51' 
pm. It hgd retired at 3 21 p.m. j 
At the end of a four-hour charge. i 
•Mr, JuMIce Manson told the 12- 
man Jury 

•The defendant muRt be found 
guilty or not guilty of jriurder "* , 



tCln., Vancouver 
Centre) protested agalnat the “looae- 
ness of thinking" behind the resolu- 
tion placed on the order paper by 
the “irrnponalble otiposKlon. ’ 

Arthur Aah iCln., Saanich) called 
for contributory old age penalon 
acheme which he thought would go 
a long way In solving the problem 
and obviate the neceaalty of means 
testa. 

Thomaa Uphill (Labor. Femlei as 
aerted he had been In the Houae ^oo 
tong '30 years I to hope for the 
■ucccaa of the resolution, but a.^ked 
the Oovemment members to at least 
endorse the abollUon of ths means 
teat clauae. 

The rranlutlon was defeated with- 
out a divlaion.* 



which reported a deflcit 
of 143.043 020 on t)>e year's opera- 
' Uona. will be tabled tomorrow. The 
report of TCA. which had a 1049 
i deftrll of $4 317.604, will be tabled 
' Friday. 

AD Howe, largely rerpnnsibie for 
bringing T.C.A. Into being In 1937. 
made hU stalemenf afer George 
Drew. Progre- ne Con^e^vall^^ 
leader, aeked for a full rxplaiMlion 
of the large TXT A. deflcUs. which 
have climbed to Ihcir present high 
from IIJ09 624 In 1046 
Mr. Drew gave noUee that hU 
charges during the general election 
campaign on the efflclency of North 
SUr aircraft used by TCA will be 
brought up al committee hearing*. 

TO AN8WER giENTIONH 
Mr. Howe said official* of T C A 
will appear before the eoxnmlttoc and 
wlU answer any questions about op- 
erations of last year and forecasts 
for thl* year. He did not think th# 
Cosnmons should try to dupUcaU 
the work of the committee. 



Greet Move 
By Seafarers 
Willi Caul ion 



VANCOUVER. March 22 <9: -A 
move by the Seafarers’ International 
Union (AFL> to take over con- 
tracta of the rival Weal Coast Sea- 
men’! Union brought cautious com- 
ment today from 'West Coaat deep- 
sea operators. 

••We've signed a contract until 



)anese 



BrIUsh Columbia face* a bill nf 
$240 000 for the care of Japanese 
Indlgrnts uprooted from the Coeit 
by the Federal Oovemment during 
the war 

This Is aloioat double the amount 
paid last year. 

Acting Health and Welfare Min- 
uter E. T. Kenney explained to the 
Legislature yesterday an agreement 
by which the Federal Qovenunent 
paid half the coat expired this year. 

NONE WEAT OF ROFt 

DurliM the war the Dosnlnlon as- 
Burned reeponatbUlty for all Japan- 
eee and nried that none could reside 
WMt of a line running through Hope 
Only 6.000 of 25,000 were leVt in 
British Columbia. The remainder 
were apread over the remainder of 
Canada, Inalnly In Alberta and Ol^- 
tario. 

Among thf-m were many Incapaci- 
tated people and unemployablea. 
formerly cared for by their rrlaUveA. 
Uprooted from their family connec- 
tions they became a charge on the 
Dominion during the war. 

After the war. the Federal and 
Provincial Oovemmenta agreed lo 
share the coat 50-50. Under thl* 
arrangement BrllUh Columbia paid 
II2S000 aiimially. 

PROVINC E TAREK LOAD 

ThU year the province must aa- 
aume the entire coat. 

M'»t of the Japanese concerned 
are housed at New Denver. 

'. Welfare nfllrlala slate efforts are 
L::r-S made to link up the tndigenu | 
with their families, but the work ' 
la gntng^abtwly. 



Takes Position 
At Honolulu 



.MRS. LTIIM. riKK 
Who was Injured December 13 
when she was In coIIUIod wiUi a 
car (m Pandora Avenue near El- 
ford Street, died ynterday In a 
Victoria nursing home. An lnqua«( 
into her death has been set fog 
10 am. Friday at Hayward's 
Funeral Parlor. 



we Intend to honor tt.” said one 
prcminenl shipping man. "There 
has never been any trouble with 
West Coast operated ships and we 
' don't want it to start now " 

I WRITTEN DEPARTMENT 
Other operators declined com- 
ment. saying they had written the 
Labor Department In Ottawa ask- 
ing for clariflcatlon of the statui 
of the rival onions 
*rhe SIU. clslms the West Coast 
Union, successor to the Canadian 
Seamen's Union, has “no aiatui as 
a trade union writhin the meaning 
of the Industrial RelaUona and Dis- 
putes InveatlgatUm Acl“ 

Some 10 ahlpa and 000 men are 
Involved In the dispute. 

Meanwhile, the 8JU. today asked 
an arrom-the-board wage boost of 
$30 a month for crew member^ of 
ateamihlps plying the British Co- 
lumbia Coast. 



ten yean of "absolute bell"* when 
they were unabla to draw old age 
pensions at the age of 00 or 65. He 
contended many Industries would 
not hire persons over the age of 35. 

CLAIMS DIRCRIMINATIOM 

Leo NloMlck 4C.CF, Cranbrook) 
stated the present system of grant- 
ing penalona dlscrtmlnsted against 
certain rlsssas. 

Coalltloo membere agreed with 
the motive behlrul the rjMolutlon but 
wanted to know who would foot the 
tremendous bill which would result 
U effected. 

U F. Btevenwin 'Cln., Vancouver 
Point Oreyt. mover of the amer>d- 
menl, slated all memben of the 



■padal U The Celanlal 

VANCOUVER. March S2.-M1 m 
J emls-Ann UacLean of Vancouver 
has been appointed passenger eer- 
Tice representative for Canadian 
Pacific AlrUnea In Ronolula, W. O 
Townley. general meruger of opera- 
Uona diacloaed today. 

MUs MacLean started her air- 
line career with Yukon Southern, 
et EdmonUm in 1937. v remaining 
with that company when It was 
taken over by CP A. tn 1041. She 
later served as company agent at 
various point* including Victoria, 
Whitehorse. Sesllle and Yellow- 
knife, before coming to Vancouver 
a year ago. She left for Honolulu 
thU morning 



LONDON. March 23 (Reuters)^ 
Britain le experimenting with tor- 
padoea which will “nnee out" enemy 
submarlnM, art their own course 
and finally strike. 

Giving details In a parllameolary 
debate today on the Navy eaUmates, 
James Callaghan, parliamentary 
secretary to the Admiralty, said 
these new weapons are called "hom- 
ing torpedoe* " They would "hdhie" 
on enemy submarine* 

/ They could be launched from an 
aircraft or fired from under the 
■urfare. 



^ill Move Fn Monday 



First Four New Home 
Ready for War Vetera 



F>ur lucky veterarut and their 
families will move Monday mum- 
Ing into the first four houeea of 
Central Murtgage and Hnu*tng Cor- 
poration's I00 rwiui>e prf»Jert In the 
Oakland*. Shelboume and HlUaide 
area. 

The flrat four to be completed are 
on Burlon Avenue. Two afe fbur- 
rmm houses and twu have five 
rooma. Two have bSAemenU and 
iWft are «tthf»ut, 

RenU range from $3650 to $43 a 
Dvunth Central Mortgage offVetau 
did n»it haaard a gue** on comple- 
tion dates of the remaining 06 
bnusa* In ’■project Reren " 

“It depend! on the weather." ow 
aeUL 



ConalrucUnn of ihe flrwi batch 
started last Aiitumik. WeaUter arid 
ehortagr* of *#<me ms'erlaU fawd 
delaya. 

Namee nf tjie four (anuhe* wfuj 
will move In at 10 30 am M' nday 
were p"! available U.‘t night Th^ 
were ch'-v:. from L>t,iiai 

gage O>rTy«t«0fiii*h wsliing-lur of 
I 0(» vejrram im a prlnrtly e\Jtem 
wlileh t/w.ik iri(o aecnuni ihe follow- 
ing fA'Uir* In i/,ts order. 

ryverv*** (M-rvlce, *er*w«e In Cai»- 
ada, iiiimiier nf children, preeenl 
acemmudNUon. dUabllltiea and 
financial rc*p>.,. ibUMy. 



‘Thank: 



sgiving’" Fund launched 



lYincess, Attlee^ Churchill Unite 
In Thanks far Aid in Wartime 

LONDON. March 23 (Reuter*).— 

Prince*! Ellabeth. Prime Minuter 
Attlee and OppoalUon l,eader Win- 
■ton Ch)trrhlll stood together tonight 
In tendon's historic Outldhail to 
aav "thank you" to the Common- 
wealth and th# United State* for 
their gift# of forxl during the war. 



This centre will be Britain's ex- 
prSMlon of thar^ka for food parcels 
and other help now totaling 100.000. 
000 sent by the peoples of the 
Conunonwealth. and Americana. 
Princtes Elisabeth aald; 

’ U-4s In ovr power tu take part 
In the creation of a mnnumegt In 
remembraiH'e of t h * e*tonl»hliMi 
flood of generoalty which will not 
be forgotten for many gerteraUons. 

HOME IN LONDON 
"When this cenirw la btUH. the 
children, grandchildren and de- 
arendanu nf tho*e who gave ao 
openly will have a home tn which 
to live when' they come here to 
London as atudents." 

The Lord Mayor, Sir Prederick 
Rowland, read messagea from th* 
Ring. Prim* Minister MaJan of 
South Africa, and the U&Nod BUtes 
Ambamadce, Lrwta DooVlas- 
The Lord May)^ said m«nage* 
had also come from th* Prime 
MlnlaUrv of Canada. Australia. New 
Zealand. India. Pakistan. Oeytao and 
Seuthera RhodeMa., 



The eallier 



U.S. l>a(’ks l>aw 
Against Reds 



Arsenal Fire 
Under Control 



Inside Today 



WASHINGTON. March 19 -INS* 
— The Senate Judkiary Commutes 
declared tndey the United Sialej 
has no law to prevent it* over- 
Uimw by the CommunUt* and 
urged speedy passage of a blU to 
ennrrol Fleda In America 

The bUL approved two weeks afo 
by the committee, iwquinw the 
regutrstkm of all OomrmmUts In 
the United SUUi and prorkW 
prison terms up to un yean for 
conspiracy to aet up a ft/relgn 
dictatorship la America. 

The eocnmlUev report altd that 
rw United States atalutes bow de- 
fend the natkm against fUth- 
eolumn setiure by the CooniuhlsU 



LONDON. March 33 (Thursday 
CF> — A blase described by firemen 
as “very Ng" was cootmlled earh 
today about an hour after It had 
broken out In Ihe Woolwich Arsenal, 
largest munltiona plant In the Lon 
don area. 

The blase wa* confined lo a two- 
story office fkilldlng In the Aiwenal 
area, which covef a about four square 
miles mi the south bank of the 
Thame*, about eight mlUa from 
central London. 

The Araeoal tnchidsi gun and 
torpedo factoiiea. laboratoriaa and 
ordnance departmants. 



Oplnfona Divided . Zi 

Man Freed In Mercy Rltllnf I 
B*ti' Band Prwiaed . 0 



Bwbby S«t 

CUaa'Ded . 

Caeelia ...... 

Crwwwsed 

Cwibertana an Bridge 
EdHwriaU 
Ftwanriel New* 
iBterpreUng ib* New* 
Ufe’a Uke That . 



— aa fnnatMM 

Light pUn* shown on Its bnck tn a cteRflng In tha Cnaeade 
MountBlna U the one in which Vktor Roberta. Clt Bum. Wash.. 
buflnBixtnAn, crashed. Roberta wa* reached yesterday bv 
memben of a para-reaeut squad. (See itory on Page S.)/ 



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COBOVRCi. Out . Uunii St cn - 
Aa •ll'inat* )ury tod«T frwd • 
rrxprrt/^ tittle num »Uo ralnUy 
•dmltled tilt “mucf kllllog'* of hU 
wife. 

**I «M nbt f-urvrW'Nl tt the 
v^Tdk^‘' ft&lpti KUb>-M tald quicOy 
lo r’{vjrt«rs. "I f«^l Uist viiai I 
did a art.'* 



Into the brum of hia menUUj-U) 
wife Uat November 1. Ki'bm called 

He aald be ‘'fmiihrd’’ Moyeur-old 
Irtne Kilb*»n ber«u»e he ctaild not 
bear to tee her aufier the asoolf^ 
nf a mortal. aelf*tii01<ted ktomach 
wound. 

*T do not romider U>al I com* 
muted murder.' iht 5S*year-old 



Beeoiidii after firing a rifle bullet rdired engineer aaM at that^ lime. 

I Tlint wa» liu drftnre during a 



Tocn-. ifiv Dances in Schools, 
illoncd Only if Police Hired 

W INNIPEG. March 22 (CP) — Te«n*a|er» are to be 
allowed to hold dancea in Winnipeg achools only 
if policemen are hired for dooc duly. -Thii decision 
was taken last night by*the Winnipeg School Board after 
Trustee Adam Beck urged that school property be pro- 
tected against "hoodlums.** He cited an attack upon a 
15-ycar-old boy last Friday during a dance at the Luxton 
School. 

The trustees decided permits for use of achools by 
community clubs and other organizations for dances will 
be issued only on condition police protection is provided. 

Chief Constable Charles Maciver said the force will 
do '*all in its power'* to give protection to school board 
and community dub affairs. He said that cruiser-car 
constables carry out periodic checks at all dances and 
functions. 



fl PS/ Germany's Of for oj I uion 
Goli/ely Rpjprtpfl by Granrr 



Eight Injured 
In (Collision 
Of Street Ears 

VANCOUVrn. Marrh M KP>. ~ 

Fjght piMengm were Injured and 
20 olbers woe &ltiiki-n u|> In a 
kireet car cuUlkkm today no d>)wn- 
town H*AUngs Street 
A westbound rar crr:>hcd Into Uie 
rear of a mr walUiig fr’r 

« iraffle Ught OffW-Ul* of Ibe „ _ . _ _ 

BrtUsh OolumWi. Llectnc , *^l7Vhiie he'wi* tmu'lde’ie’mnf a 



two-day trial in tlie courthouae of ■ . n 

tbta L4<ke Ontario town i I ilOti>s^n(IS JdllFfl 111 n01T16 

•TTlus niJii wa* on killer.** defenra ■ 

efairL*>el J j. Hnblnettc told the jury. 

•What he did was d*>ne from lore or 
the eonfUAioh from hU worried 
’.■jle." ' 

' Mrs. Kilbon. who was lo have 
giine to the mental hospital at 
Whitby Chat day. died In her 
favorite rocUng< halr In the Rilb>jn’s 
tl-room houAC at Bameb<iro. II 
mil«i fwrthwe.'t of here 
Site suffered froro Huntington's 
eorea, an incurable dbva.w whlrb 
caused mental deterioration artd 
created tendenclea toward suicide 
Ktibiin said hla wife shot .hcr- 



H« KINGbBlBY K.HITII | 
PARIS. March 22 HNS'. ^ The 
Preneb Cabinet poUtely rejected 
tofught Weet Oennon Chaxtcellor 
Kunrmd Adenauer's proposal fur an 
immediate PrancojOenn^ tco- 
nonuc untoo. 

Tlie propoaal, made In an luier- 
rlew with Internattonal News Serv- 
let yesterday, wru rudled by the 
Cabinet at ita regular meeung under 
President Vincent AuripL 
Muuaier of State Pterre-Henn 
Teltfffn then told the prea that 
an overall European organization 
•alone can fUrnlsh the countries 
with a framework vast enough Oo 
assure them of a-aallafactorr equili- 
brium between their reaourcea and 
tbetr needs.” 



Uon penniiimg Qermany to occupy 
in Die European rommunlty U»e 
place to which It belongs ' 

Tlie Pfcnrh mini *t-rs were known 
lo hatf been unprrased by Ihe con- 
rniatorr effort of Adenauer, but 
some offlclah prlvslely idmiued 
the French fear that Germany 
would becf'me the dominant partner 
eventually In any such uni'>n. 

GFKMAN'V III SB.%N[) 

TliU pulnt was summed up by 
the pro-CommunUt newspaper Li- 
beration wturh said Oemxany 
•would berome the hysband In any 
such marrlaae.*' 

The Conservative newspaper 
Monde under a headline •Otplo- 
mary By Interv’.ew” also attacked 
the Idea by saying: ”An economic 



( hw Deafly Scores hijured 
In St ri lies Across Italy 



In a reference lo the CouncU of j pre-supposea that the poU- 

Europe Teltgen said France "is 



said a brake failure was rev^m- 
.-•tble. 

Five of the Injured were taken 
<0 burplui arul Uie others were 
traated ai the scene 
In Iwwplial are- fu brrt Wluaasiel. 



pall of water She was cnniwtoua 
when he Pmnd her At her requasi, 
ite picked her from the floor lo put 
her In the chair. Tl»en ne fired the 
bulkt Into her heatl 
Medical wttneases tor both Crown 
51. injured shijuldrr and arm. Mis* ■ defence said both wounds were 



Bea Woirdward. 17. larersted Up: 
Charles Donaldknn. 42. Westbridee, 
BC-. back Injuries. Mrs. Martha 
RarrV. W. back arul chest InJurMe. 
and Misa lads Ore\, 31, back In- 
juries 

•J put An the brake*, and rmUilng 
hapiiened.” said rrk<tonnan Joe 
Stewart “Tlten we hit." 

He escaped Injurv 

The rear *erm»n cf the forward 
ear was shattered, windows were 
brf.ken and the ezlt d<ors wrenched 
out of pnslKbn. 

“Prnple were Ihruwn Into Ihe 
abJr.” said W T Irvliir. a pa.v- 
senger 'Many pawiengen were 
standing prior to grtiing ojf. Tlie 
car was fairly well loaded ** 

Damage lo the sirrri esra was 
estimated at more than $500. 



severe enough to 
Immediate death 



cause almoat 



Protests Release 



ROME. March' 33 (AV-A Com- 
mnnlst-led gcncrwl 13-hour atrlke 
left one man dead and acorea In- 
jured In claahn between demnn- 
sUstorw and hard-huUng police 
acraas Italy today. 

In Rome alone. t.OOO were 
arrwted. Hundreds were jailed In 
Milan. 

The strike was caUed by the Red- 
niled General Confederation of 
Labor In protest against the death 



gathered In Parma's principal 
squam reaisted police efforta lo dls- 
perae them. Several others were 
reported wrounded. 

Others were reported Injured In 
Rome. Venice. Naples, Bologna. 
Bart. Savona (near Genoa) and 
Mantova. 

The coniederalloh. which clalou 
5.000,000 membera, said the results 
were •marvelous.' In Milso and 
other areas of the North, big fas- 
tmiee ckwed. Work halted corn- 



convinced that lasting 
normaUzatloD of Pranco-Oerman 
relaUofU must tonn part of a col- 
lective organUaUon of Europe.” 
COMPLEX ENTERPRISE 
He said that an economic union 
I also Is •‘a complex, long, drawn- 
! out enterprise,** and added; 

I 'With theae reservations the 
French Government Is ready to 
examine all concrete suggestions 
which will be made lo It by the 
I German Oovemment 

*”Ths French have given multiple 
proof* of their desire to favor every 
conciliatory and eonstrucUve sotu- 



Ucal problem has been resolved . . . 
Adenauer seeks to justify a Fra^- | 
German ententa by the Impotence 
or U1 will of other countries ** 
Former French Preeident Charles 
De Gaulle' has endorsed the Idea 
of a Franco-German union. 

West German politicians In Bonn 
generally favored Adenauer's pro- 
posal. but showed skepticism on 
how such a plan could materialise. 

Social Democrats who are the op- 
position party to Adenauer's Chris- 
tian Democrats called the plan 
•entirely Utopian ” 

All morning newspapers banner- 



Itnad the INS. Interview along with 
editorlala favoring the Idea ui 
principle but admimni that Prance 
undoubtedly “prefers the slower 
way by the Council of Fun^. ' 

The Cummunists. as expected, at- 
tsrkrd'lt a» a mexe In what they 
termed 'Adenauers aggreaaive war 
plans. ** 

More Than S.>0 Damage 
Inflicleil in (xash 

Mora than $$0 damage w.% 
caused In a two-car cedU^m s' 

, Dallas Road near th* Lookwt las: 
'night 

' Drivers of the can Involved were 
Donald Htggett. care of YM.C.A 
' and Gordon Ball. 76 Mriiilea S'reri 



SPRING 

HOSIERY 

SPECIAL 



Aoi'ihcr cUi'.'e to buv sll tout 
S nrihc H- 'lerv st s w-. nderfol 

S4' if'g Silt'*!*''!- 
srd SHiJ i>rrlr(t» 

. . . sjl ttrci snj 
new *hsdc*. 
rs.f .. 



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The New Nsvy and Brown 
CREPE SILK SLIPS 

. vl-i* aith s list'd l<'«'V To 

i" >..*.• |i< , 



'M. 




umtf 

si’erpirr flix wan rnoes 



of two farm hand* In a flkht wtih fm^orim of 



police yesterday at the central 
Italian town of Lcntella. 

The strike came as the United 
Slates' top six ambassadors to 
Europe opened a three-day con- 
ference on problems of Ibe cold 
war and the European Recovery 
Prugram. 

It came also on the dsy Pope 



Naples. Rome transportation was 
crippled and some Induitrlca were 
affected. 



Handicapped 

Of F unds for E£2S ' general audit-nce May Get Aid 



NEW WESTMINSTER. March 33 
<e> -Reports that American breed- 
ers ars dumping Ww-prloe turkey 
eggs on the Canadian market led 
the British Columbus Turkey As- 
soclallnn today lo protest the re- 
iea*ie of foreign exchange fun«1s for 
the purchase of American egic* 
"We have ample eggs In Csnsda 
to handle the domestic market, ~ 
members of the aaaoclaUon said at 
their annual meeting 



ul the Roman Catholic Holy Year 
in St. Pt-tor's basLlica. About l&.OOO 
pilgrims attended 
The new fataJlty came at Farma. 
a cheese-producing centre In the 
Fo Valley. Giuseppe di VltUMlo, 



EDMONTON. March 33 1 

The Federal Government Is plan- | 
nlng to considiT asststanre tor 
"handicapped persons"— those loo ‘ 
old to work and not old enough to 



FIRST SPRING SALE 

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key chains . . 


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SUPPORT 

THE 

RED CROSS 




SUPPORT 
THE 

1210 E>outla» Street CROSS 

Phone G761I 



CciQunuulst boss of the confedrra- I qualify for pid age pensions— Pro- 



Secrel A pleats Nah 
Ace Counterfeiter 



CmCAOO. March 22 HNSi 
Secret Fwvlce agents trapped a 57- 
yenr-old Swedbh alien today st 
work in his Chicago photo labora- 
tory and labeled him one of history's 
ace cnunlerfelters- -so good that It 
took them 13 years to capture him 

Hugo Hedln plesded guiliv to the 
oounlerfeiUng charge* a few hrairv 
after his srrwl when he was 
arraigned before U 8. Commisskmer 
Edwin K. Wslker. 

AFTft $35.6M RONP 

*Dm commlMloner ordered Hrdin 
held In $35,000 bond and officials 
said steps will be taken to deport 
tlie underwTirld’s engraving expert. 

Harry -Anheier. chief of U»e 
secret service In Chicago, estimated 
that Hedm made and posed more 
than $100,000 worth of near-perfect 

A _ . , 



tton, said a burst of maeJUne-gun ^ 
fire killed AtUla Lambertl. 38. a 
Jiiblcwi laborer, when some 30.0Q0 ! 

Predicts Doubling 
Of Fore.st Yield 

LAKE SUCCESS. N Y . March 23 
<CFi — Canada can probably double 
her present output of forest pro- 
ducts. a United Nations report said 
today. 

The inrreas* could be obtained 
by systcmaUc forest management 
and the opening of »))!» 315,600,- 
000 acr(« of forest now clossed as 
Inaccesalbla 

Tlie report did not recommend 
' aru' specific measure* for forwrt 

! Improvement tn Canada. But In a 
I general review of— irfelhods to In- 
I crease world wood supplies. H called 
1 for adequate forest protection, bet- 
I ter togging methods, modem eqalp- 

and feechnlques. econrsnlc 

Anheler quoted Hedin as . ..... 

u.ve and more efficient distribution. 



vinelal Health Minister Dr. W W. 
CctMi said tn the Alberta Legisla- 
ture yesterday. 

The Minuter said “a meeting 
is planned in May In OUaaa*' lo 
coDAlder aslslanca to such per- 
sons. RU statement esuns after 
several Opposition members urged 
finani-lal aid for per&orui unable to 
qualify for the pensions. 

Dr. Crrjm said he was unable 
to say more about the proposed 
meeting 



with tliQ 



bogus bill* dating the last 13 yean 
The suigiect — who nerved five 
yara for counterfeiting alter bU 
arrent In Detroit In 1637— was 
caught while working on a $5 bogus 
cunency plate In hts second-floor 
laboratory. 

TRAIL rilKEII I P 
Anlirier said secret service agent* 
picked up Hedto's trail la<t January 
11 after a 13-year search. They 
I followed him constantly until his 
I arrc.it. 

I saying : 

•1 knew you'd get me sooner or 
I lator.” 

I Secret srrvlee officer* said Hedin 
I made hi* own paper so ihnl he 
I could not be traced to a drairr. 

Agent* confiscated plate*, pmee*. 
I paper. Inks, ehemlrals and ether 
I equipment tn thetr raid at the lab. 




TURKEYS! TURKEYS! 

Look at the Price, Under Wholesale, Order Early 



Fresh-Killed Local Grade “A” Hen Turkeys 

14-15 lbs. 

Per lb... 53 c -r “T50‘ 



Switzer’s Vacuum Pack Turkey Roasts 

are Delicious. Weights 4Vt to 7 lbs. 
Packed in Our Own Plant. 



SPECIAL ^ 

Switzer’s Own Country Sausage lb. 40c 

With 8 Flavor All Their Own 



We Sell Only Red and Blue Brand Beef. All our 
cuts are waste free. Visit our Retail Meat Depart- 
ment for Quality Meats and Poultry. 

SWITZER’S 

QUICK FREEZE LOCKERS LTD. 

Back of The Bay on Arena Way 
Retail Department. Open 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. 

PHONE B 2614 



FREE 

DELIVERY 



Kraft 

Dinner...^. 



2 25^ 



Kraft Miracle Whip, 

16 or. 



39 



Kraft Ontario Chelae. 
\ err lb 



55" 



Soup— A Real Buy — Regu- 
lar Siic. Canada Firat Brand. 
Green Pea. Mushroom Cv>n- 
some. Avparaguj. 

75 ' 



du7 






Datea — 
Finest Pitted 



2 ,b. 49 



Pork and Beam — 

Malkin I. Best Quality. 

Best Price. 3,0,35^ 



15 ox. 



Paact w a 

Lrnn Valley 



..tin 



15" 



Allaorta — 

Bassett’s Eng’Hsb, ft- 



35" 



Gurd’t Ginger Ale — 4 
QuHrts each I 

Onion Sets and 
Multipliers — 

No, 1 ti th 



2 55' 



Apples— Rome neaiitiev 

4,,„27' 



Cookers 



Seed Spuds — 

Warhas - Epicure - Early 
Ro?e • Certified Green 
Mountain • Greal f^ott. 



We Carry a Full Line of 
Seeds — ^teek-BnEsr*. Me- 
Kenrie. Dan Dee, 



Pea Seed — Bulk — 

Tall Telephone, Laxton's 

ProgreM, l..ittle 

Marvel 1b OU 



Victoria 

Produce 

K. LEWIE, Proprietor 

Free Dvivory oo Ordora 
Over UOO 

Dial E7634 



Berwvea Fort aad View oa 
Blsn shard 



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There U oo need for a second call to dinner when yon serr# 
piping hot LIBBY'S COOKXD SPAGHETTI. LIBBY'S 
COOKED SPAGHETTI is popular with Dad for tta hearty 
flavour, low coil . • , popular sritfa the children for its colour* 
fol appearance, taogy caste 1 For meals you can prepare in lets 
tbaa to miisttcca . . • chat yoa KNOW the whole family will 
tojoj . • . aerve LIBBY'S COOKED SPAGHETTI. 



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Haven't 
ypil Been J 

/Missing f 
Something 



CoiHuh*s finest Whisky 



Junn Bav arrt trr tnrltrd to »U 
lend a pubUt mwUnf »pon»omJ bjr 
in» Jamn B«y TrtmU C<*urt Cojp» 
miUM t pm Thundajr at Jamea 



voodwort mtlnc acalmt aifi e\er- 
haated brirk chliniv^y. 



IjUIp Damajre (!aust‘d 
lU I ii>lairs Blaze 



Pa^e 3 — Local 



SUsht ramace vaa cau»ed 



upatalra tire at the honip of Joe Puy. | }j|^ K\eniIV 

7S4Prii ' Avenue, early yeeterdav ‘ P 

*f'ern'‘'>o 5r"'rdinf to city firemen ; All pereorv- iiitere»ied (n e*(abUeh* 
Tlie blaae waa believed ataned )n| mem of pubh- tennu couna m the 



Ttve i ::0 cable meaMce mu aeiit 
by Queen Victoria fr^im Ireland lo 
Nem-fcundUnd In It&t- 



:«r \ eleran ( 



Today s Question 



lUossonin out in the neu 



How did Malulne Strait get lu 
name? 



GOATS 

SUITS 



Include modem dancing, rumba 
and Mmba. Program will conclude 
with old'tlme dancing, and old* 
time dancing Instruction will be 
available to those who want It. 

Young adult aMembly for the 
Pacific North* e>l will be held at 
Brenia J»dBe. Brentwood. April 39 
and 30. Attending will be delegates 
from Y.M.C A groups In Oregon. 
Wuhlngton and BnUsh Columbia. 



that **wlth the exception of super* 
vised school games, tbe playing of 
hardball and golf U prohibited on 
school playgrounds." 

Police have been asked to enforce 
the regulation. 



Norman C. Lundc. BCA.P. veteran m*u« hu bin-n confined In caJit for lm*o year* at Vlcl/irla Veterans* 
H'jeplUl. greet.* hU daughter. Christine. 3'*, and his mrtfe on one of their iwlce-meekly vlgits. Chrlstme 
^Il•cps at Rj-d Crr~ Lodge on visit. }'.as bei-nme almuat member of family there. 



Post (Mlice 
Fire Probed 
By Odieial 



TII.E bTOLEN 

O. Pedei^m 314 Cook Street, re- 



ported lo cTty police yesterday the 
theft of IlOO worth of black tile 
from a construction job. 



and they’re here at MalU-k's f'*r your 
clioice. Smart siiils, two anti three- 
piece styles in pahanlines. liaralhcas 
and soft imported fabrics. Coals in 
ihe full-lenjjth styles, the three-quar- 
ter lenj^th styles, casual and l>e)!ed in 
every l"vely new shade f<»r Spring , . . 
They’re grouped in .MalUk v Spring 
display, your .size, ytmr becoming 
color, and bmlget priced. 



VISITS *AR.MT" RRANf H 
CeL Peter Forbea. aeerelary for 
the ullooal pablle relalhmt 
branch of (he Salvation Amy In 
Canada, wu In Victoria yesterday 
•n a reoilne tour of **amy" head- 
quarters. Here he conferred with 
Maj. V. 3. Milley. local "amy" 
public relations officer, and others 
within the organlution. 

Prom VIrtsrta Cat Forbes wH) 
(ravel to Nanaimo, later to call 
at V'anrouver. Calgary and 
Regina, then return to headquar* 
term In Toronto. 

He said the "amy's" annual 
Red Shield rampalga mould get 
under way threughoui Canada 
May 1, with the national objec- 
tive art at 91.SM.Md, Quota for 
the Greater Victoria area will be 
SSd.Md. 



MEETING FOR HA.MS SLATED 
City amateur radio operatori are 
Invited to a meeting of the Vic- 
toria Short Wave Club. 9 pm. 
Thumday, at 3SOO Foul Bay Road 



Aasislant Pruvlncial Fire Marihal 
David Cummlng of Vancouver ye^ 



ANNI'AL REI'MON SATl RDAY 



kerday prabnd Monday uaht'a my 



Annual reunion dinner of the B7ih 
Battalion 'W’estem Scotai wtU be 
held Saturday at Nanaimo. 

Victoria contingent will leave at 
3*30 pm. from the Vancouver laland 
Coach Lines Depot. 



terlous Victoria Post Office fire. 

Four pieces of outgoing mail In 
a third-floor pigeon-hole were 
burned around the edges. An em- 
ployee beat the fire out with hU 
hands 

Pmoibillty that inflammable ma- 
kertai In unt or two envelopes caused 
ihe small blaze la being investigated. 

HTATIMENT IKSI EII 
F'istmuter J. B BUiclalr Issued 
Itus statement yesterday: 

"I did not feel In a (losltlon to 
give any Information on this sooner 
because It wa.* a matter that had 
to be iDvoligMted by otir depart 
menu 

"An aaiUtant fire marshal flew 
over from Vamouver to investigate 
and has taken tmo of the pieces of 
mall back with him to determine by 
Bhemiral tests If they contain 
material of an inflammable nature. ' 

lit Is an offence to send Inflam- 
mable materials (hrough the malls.) 

FIRMS NOTIFIFIi 
"Only two buslncM firms' mAU 
Was Involved and they liave been 
ooilfied to give them an opportunity 
to duplicate conespnndence con- 
qerned,'* Mr. Sinclair stated. 

An ofllrial of the fire marshal's 
efflco In a telephone converMtIon 
yesterday said Mr. Cummlng flew to 
Victoria Immediately on receipt of 
news of the fire. The sMistanl mar- 
shal conducted hla Investigation with 
the aasistance of Royal Canadian 
Mounted Police and Fire Chief 
Robert T. Brindle. 

VF.RT IMPORTANT 
Akhough the blaze wu not large, 
the Vancouver official said any fire 
In which mall hu been damaged Is 
•onsidcred “very Important" Tlie 
office wu expecting Mr. Cummlng’i 
report today. 

It la understood the invesllgatton 
will endeavor to find out whether 
the fire wu caused by inflammable 
BMd^rtal In the mail, by a postal 
•mployee or by a "crank" who 
slipped In unnoticed. Post office 
workers and the public are forbidden 
In smoke In the building. 



ond so easy to hii\ 



Vse of En^UsJi 
Must in Mines 



There’* a hmlgel pisn at MsHek's 
that hsv no exttai, no rsrrvmq 
chsrse. designed fnr ytiur pi>rkH- 
bo«'l(. 



FOR THE 
SPRING BRIDE 



REGFLATE Pl-ATGROI NDS 
Greater Victoria School Board of- 
ficials have Informed city police 



The Metalliferous Mines Act should 
stipulate, like the Coal Mining Act. 
that miners must speak English. L. 
T. Nlmslck C.C P . CranbrocA) de- 
clared yesterday In the Legislature. 

He said that with the great num- 
ber of Immigrants now coming to 
Canada, many being absorbed In the 
mining Industry, miners should be 
able lo speak at least enough English 
to give warnings of danger and to 
understand a warning when It is 
given. 



A new selection of 
wadding dresses, 
wells, coronet a— 
everything . . . and 
for the bridesnisid. 
too. 



Five Sons Act 
As Pallbearers 
At Last Rites 



Mrs. D 1.. Mclurey. volunteer Red Crou worker at Red Cross te>dfe, 
Victoria Veterans* Hospital, tsiks lo Mrs N C. Lunde- and daughter 
Christine, whose breadwinner hu been on hU bark In pluter cut 
for two yrarx For Red CroM lodres and ntimernus other services of 
mercy. 945,000 Is sought in Victoria. Total now Is 93S.OOO. 



The father of two of Victoria's 
ouutariding athletes wu burled 
vesterdey with his five anns and a 
friend acting as pallbearers. 

Hr WU James Walton Chapman, 
aged 74. 3540 Shelboume Street, 
who died Saturday. Two of his sona, 
Arthur and Charles, won Canada- 
mtde fame ai members of Canadian 
championship buketbU teams. 

Hts other three sons, Victor L., 
Cordon V. and Rev. Theodore acted 
with Burpee Anderson u pall- 
bearers at yesterday's funeral. 

Friends of the fsther and well- 
known anns filled tl>e Belmont 
United Church slong with members 
of tbe acmion of tbe church, while 
Rev. C. R McOllUvray conducted 
funeral services. 

An extra car wu required to 
tj-ar:.- 7 -rt numerous floral offer- 
ings to the Interment service at 
the family plot, Colwoott ceme- 
tery. McCalls, funeral directory were 
In charge. 



Msiis War \ eleran Father 



lied Cross Lod^v in City 
Sennid lloine for Child 



Curly-halred ChrLsUne. two and a 
half years old. daughter of RC.A.F. 
veteran Norman C. Lunde. hu two 
homes. One Is at Sidney, the other 
U the Red Cron Lodge at Victoria 
Veterans' Hospital. 

Bark In 1943. I..A.C. Norman C. 
Lunde wu Invalided home to 
Canada with tubemilnsts of the 
spine. A spinal graft was performed, 
ami after a time Mr. Lunde started 
work at Sidney u a radio expert. 

TROrBI.K RETURNS 
In 1947. however, the trouble re- 
turned. and he entered Veterans' 
Hospital. He hu been there ever 
since. ChrUtloe wu bom after 
"daddy" entered hospital. She hu 
never seen him standing up. For 
that matter she hu never seen him 
sitting, or In any position other than 
flat on hu berk in the body cut lo 
which he hu been confined for 
more than two yeara. 

Every Wednevlay and Sunday 
Clirh-llne's aitrartive young mother 
bundl^ her up and takes her on the 
30-milr trip to the Red Cross Lodge 
Christine was o|itv Uiree meeks old 
when she made ttie f1r«t trio. 

RFES FATIH R * 

6hs Is taken to see her fsther; 
then she is fed and tircked In bed 
In the lodge by Red Ctom volunteers 
Tlien. knowing her dstightrr Is In 



good hands, Mrs. Lunde Is (rc« to 
spend a long time with her husband. 

Bays Mr. Lunde from his hospital 
bed: "We*U never furgel what the 
lodge hu done for us. What Chris- 
tine will do wiilioat her visits here 
I do not know. She hu practically 
grown up with the lodge. They call 
her *Chruilne of the lodge*." 

MAKING RErOVFRF 

Cheerful Mr. Lunde Is on the 
mend after hur long ordeal. X-ray 
reporu Indicate the poeslMUty of an 
early removal of the cut and return 
hr>me. 

Red CruM lodgM art only one of 
the varied actlvltlea of the Red 
Cron, which is eurrently se«kln| 
•45.000 in Victoria to carry on the 
work of mercy. 

Total up to yeeterday wu 916,000 



C)n our mezzanine floor you’ll find an 
oulstandinc selection of most attrac- 
tive dinette suites. See them now*, and 
rememher our T^.R^fS ... 10 per 
cent down and 10 months to pav. 



JLovely MODERN Suites 



i Veterans Take 
i Snooker Match 



Collide 



SIX-PIECE DINETTE SUITE, 
extf^mely well ennstructerl, con- 
s**U of extension ta^le. four 
chairs and buffet. In natural 
birch or the new "Grey-Tone" 



A 13-man Army, Navy and Air 
F^rce Vetemns’ snnnker team 
trounced a team from the Benevo- 
lent and Protective Order of Elkx 
ti) the time 574 to 639 Tuesday 
night. 

The snooker gsmr wu s return 
match held st the Army. Navy and 
Air Force Veterans* Hall. Wharf 
Street. The Elks won the lut tame 



liritis: 



Vagrant Gels 
Term in .lail 



An sggTvgate damage of aboiit 
1700 wu caused In a two-car col- 
tlilon In which a Victoria nurse 
wu injured on Booke Rrmd late 
Tuesday night. 

Condition of Claire Btephem. 1033 
Ohphant Avenue. Is reported u 
uiUfartory by 8t. Joseph's H^>fpltal 
officials. She aufrerqd facial lacera- 
tloru and shock. 

Ooeistable Bud Godfrey of the 
BC Police Highway patrol said the 
hmd'on cnlllalon occurred *t a level 
crossing on Booke Road at Glen 
Ini;.- Drivers of the ears mrcre 
TIiomiL- “ultlvan. Rooke. and Martin 
Joaenti McDtmnell. 910 Palrfleld 
Rord 

The Injured woman wu In the 
M.-iNmnell car Another nurse. Mir- 
iam Hughes. I0?3 Ohphant Aveu ”'- 
was uninjured in th** cruh. Doth 
nurmu wc>rk at 6t. Joveph's Hos- 
pital 



CALIFORNIA MODERN 
DINETTE SUITE in attracine 
rifl oak Kxlension table, (our 
form-fitlmj* chairsj combination 
bnffrt and cbma cabinet. \’ery 
modern and di?tinctive — 



Arthur 6. FU>yal. no fixed ad- 
dreaa, wu sentenced to 15 dsyv In 
Jell In city police court yesterday 
af'er pleading guilty U> a vaermney 
charge. 

Me wu arrested by Constable 
Eric Roasiter. 

Stanley Rlckin.*on. 389 Stewart 
Avenue, wu fined 935 when found 
guilty on a carelcas driving charge. 
He wu charged after an accident 
pybniary 30 at the Intermertlon of 
Q'ladra Street and Balmoral Road. 

Pleading not guilty to a charge 
of fsillnc to display a 1950 llcenre 
on his car. George Edward Wil- 
liams. 1319 Cot'k Street, wu 
remanded to this morning for UlaL 



Chrome Kitchen Suites 

FIVE-PIECE SUITE, 



Tovey Elected 
By Teelinieians 



very modern 
and attractive. Jackknife fxlenair«n 
table with chrome lei;* and enamel 
L^p, four cbrome-le^pcd chain with 
iiphr»)«(ered seal* and back*. 

SPECIAL 



Niirman Tovey wu elcried presi- 
dent of the Victoria Chapter of the 
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THI RSDAV, MAKCll M. 1950 ^ 

fV>iir Yoars of Erltoes H ithoul Anstvf*rs 



B y no process of reasoning can the Do- 
minion 'be proud of its treatment of 
ex-alrmen in this area and the per- 
sistent denial of every legitimate attempt 
to save for the nation some of the skills 
and knowledge that resulted from the 
settlement here of considerable numbers 
of flying veterans of the World War. In 
turn urban centre, auxiliary squadron and 
air cadet quarters have been denied, and 
now it Is reported that the R C A F. recruit- 
ing office in Victoria is to be withdrawn by 
the end of April. 



There Is no provincial capital in the 
country that would .stand for this treatment 
without rancor, and least of all Victoria 
where so many men joined the flying serv- 
ices in aircrew and ground capacities. 
When this four-year-long allritlon. has 
been carried out in silence, by the mere 
expedient of failing to reply to stated quc.s- 
tions. the deadening effect of such a result 
upon the morale of those interested can 
well be understood. Burgeoning defence 
appropr^^iqns and dlslrvterestod provision 
for firS^ne reserves do not seem to go to- 
gether. What- Is amiss'' 



Conriliation (lomos From Comnum Arrord 

A s Secretary of State Acheson has said, call off the Commui 
the plan projected bv Mr. Tygvle Ue directs In every demi 

• _ 4 An i will Vu 



to end the cold war wUl be studied. 
Tlml would be cxiiectcd. Any straw is 
wot til clutching in Ihe. present world mael- 
strom If it offers any promise of recon- 
ciliation. To most people the idea of a 20 
years truce will seem over-optimlstlc, but 
the United Nations secretary-general would 
no doubt be content with half that length 
of time If the East and the West would only 
agree to hU proposal. So would everyone 
eise. 

This is a big world, physically at least, 
and there should be room for divergent 
ways of life as Mr. Lie asserts. Different 
pohtlcal systems should be able to abide 
side by side. Not. however, so long as one 
system seeks to burrow into ihe other In 
order to upset it. If Stalin and Molotov 
are sincere In thinking at long last that 
Communism and democracy can run their 
si'paratc paths without conflict, let them 



call off the Communist agitators Moscow 
directs in every democratic country. Until 
they do. theirs will be a Up service the West 
cannot afford to accept. 

Or they might send back to the Security 
Council the delegates who walked out be- 
cause Communist China has not been 
seated there. Mr. Lie has reality on his side 
when he thinks the new Chinese regime 
represents China, but not because it fulfils 
the obligation of the UN. Cliarler. It 
controls China and therefore la in a posi- 
tion to speak for that country, but the man- 
ner of its control la scarcely consistent with 
the ideals of the Charter. Tliese Ideals 
have seriously tarnished since they were 
promulgated, so that It is as a tentative 
committee rather than as a world cabinet 
the United Nations now functions. 

It . N Mr Lie's duty to do all In his power 
to keep the UN, functioning, however, 
hence the intere.st that lies in his truce 
plan, tenuou.s though it appears in the light 
of recent events. 



HAL Moves Fitrtvard in Indian Affairs 

L egislation initiated by the British scope of pendii 
Columbia Government to create a pro- known. 

am rtla ( r>rl n 



vlncial advisory committee on Indian 
nfTairs carries out the promise of the Throne 
Siwecli to “establish closer liaison" be- 
tween native Indians and the Provincial 
Government. That is as far as it goes at 
the mon rnt, however, for it Is plain from 
the wording of the bill that the function.^ 
of the six man committee will be lho.9e of a 
lact-finding commission. Neverthele.ss the 
bill marks a step forward, even if a slow 
and hesitant one. since for the first time 
-provUilon la made for the apfiointmenl. in 
addition to the unpaid committee, of a per- 
manent secretary of Indian affairs, under 
the Minister of Labor. 

Reluctance of the Province to take any 
more positive action at this Juncture no 
doubt was influenced by the fact that the 



scope of pending Dominion legislation Is 
not yet known. Any reforms that may be 
contemplated provihcially are bound to be 
affected by the new bill of rights for In- 
dians which Immigration Minister Harris 
promised this week would be introduced at 
Ottawa during the present session. 

Much or little could come of the provin- 
cial committee’s Investigations and recom- 
mendations. Its appointment could be a 
gesture; or it could pave the way for a real 
improvement, in the extension to Indian.s of 
help and opportunities too long denied. 
As the authority conslllutionally resjwn- 
sible for Indian welfare, the Dominion Gov-‘ 
ernment has evaded this question up to 
now. It remained for Bitish Columbia to 
set an example for Canada by enfranchis- 
ing the native race, an action which encour- 
ages belief in Its sincerity of purpose in 
creating this new committee. 

s 



IjiHtk theFiehl (her and Then Hick 



A BOOM for one or other of the 72 candi- 
dates for th* povst of city manager at 
Victoria would be entirely out of place 
before the report of Stevenson A Kellogg 
on the four be.st qualified applicants for 
that post is received. The City asked for 
that report and must wait for it. After 
that It will be up to the City Council to 
make its own selection from among what- 



ever four names it Is given; and this not by 
indirection, but by personal Interview with 
finalists in the running. The post is one 
of supreme importance to the City, because 
on the first city manager here will fall the 
burden of making an initial success of the 
plan It is no use going Into the city man- 
ager scheme unless from the start the beat 
man is chosen and then given willing and 
co-operative support. 



Letters and Excerpts 

ta wm «»y «f t*B*l** >8 Ui*y art kflH. ara«ra(a iM 

fal* Na kilaf afll ka tM» rta4, tm «kala at la aart. airtal a«*r tka araatr aUnalata aa« aMriat a( ika 
•tHaf. DaaatlalM aarreaaaarf-aaa aaaaat ka rtlaraaB. 



AIRPORT ROAD 

Bir.^PmumBbly there la food reasen for 
rhooalDK the Sait SsBrileh Road for the speed 
highway, but I wonder If Mr. Carson can tell us 
why without dUcloalng official seereta? 

The old C.N.R right-of-way seema the logical 
chnire as It U level, straight and fairly free 
fnim habitations No heavy traffic mingles 
or crosses It from other mala roads. 

The East Road U undulating and has numerous 
curves, some In wooded sections. There Is a 
cemetery, tourist and tea resorU and houses 
every few yards 

Perhaps the biggest drawback to this route 
ts that nearly every aide mad enters on a steep 
up or downgrade. When the way Is clear the 
driver geu iiarled In low. At best he makes 
a somewhat slow crossing, and he U lucky If, 
tn ^la aruilety to gel across quickly, he does 
not stall tils engine right on the main highway, 
with a car bearing down on Tilm perhaps from 
around w curve, there are all the elements of 
a first clsss smash-up and tragedy. This risk 
can be magnified- during horse racing events 
when many of the racegoers are In a convivial 
mood. 

Wl\atevsr is the outcome provision should be 
made to bring all side roads to a level grade 
where It loins the highway ao that a car has 
a normal take-off when It eroaaea or mingles 
.with the main highway. 

A. T. WIL0OK 

Royal Oak, B.C. 

YOITR ON AIR 

Btr. - The practice at presant being foliowtd of 
bringing youag membera of the school safety 
patrpu to the microphone to speak on the sub- 
ject of traffic rules Is a sound one In Itself, but 
could It not be pointed out to them that diction 
and enunctation are always of prune unport- 
anca. particularly over the air? Not one of these 
aehooi children so far has yet been able to speak 
aiearly er area tnlaUlglbly. Movt of the Atme It 










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'W«U, what do you think?" 



Thinking Aloud Socialism and Its Bills 



sounds someUjdng like a foreign language or 
dialect. One l^sed to the strange pronunciations 
of radio announcers but. then, they are grown 
people who cannot easily alter their accuatomed 
manner of speaking, whereas the children are In 
their formative years and . supposedly being 
taught how to speak and deliver the King's 
EnglUh — or are they? 

So far, 1 have gathered ,thal all these young 
people are members of the ' Kwarnsjewnyer- 
safp’trol." Is It my imagination that this strange 
affair should really Ws four separate words, or 
Is It Just another example of the modern nlghV- 
mare termed “education’'? 

The latest bright suggestion to be thrust upon 
US, from someone who should supposedly know 
better, U that the 'time-honored examlnatlona 
are a waste of time and should' be abanejoned. 

One can easily vlsualiae tiie day —not too far 
distant— when It wilt be considered unnecessary 
for our children to go to school at all. It will 
be such a bore for the poor young things. 

IMRB.) BRENDA OOODt. 
132 Beacon Avenue. Sidney, BC. 

From “Kevrric on a Hog*' 

//oW did if happen too thot in default 
Of u'oeds you had a fanpuaoe all your ou*n 
With many a rmn/u/ofiorT. many a tone.* 

How much of tome’exg fury for a%tault 
Wfli held tn the potential of, your 
Awakanrd hy j dmant timber howlf 
Your noten ran the full pamut from a roar 
rbat fell only below the leoeunt 
Dotvn ter the »oft msisfence of a whine 
That heaoed odmiffarKe at the kiuhm door. 
And, tn between, variettet 
Vxpreun'e of annoyance er deuyht. 

With tho%e donmtK yutturaU that mark 
mutual refoynition and i ftaht. 

C. J. PRATr. 

A fool and knave are planU of every soil 

-JtOBXRT BURKt. 



. of sheet— wnd ships— ^nd sealing 
wax— of cabbages and k>ngs." 

By TO.M TAYLOR ^ 

H OW many poets starve tn garreta | 
nowadays Is anyone's guess. One ^ 

serious writer at least, Oeorge Orwell, 
was down and out in Paris and Lon- 
don prior to writing books that 
brought him fame and fortune, only to 
have a perverse fate cause hla death 
before he eould enjoy these welcome 
atlribules to plea.sant living. 

The case of Edgar Rice Burroughs 
must cause many an erudite pen to 
ponder, nevertheless. The creator of 
Tarxan scarcely added to the enlight- 
enment of the w'orM, even if millions 
enjoyed vicarious excitement at his 
hapds. yet he died last Sunday a corn- 
parative Croestis. 

Rewards are often disparate, of 
course, as witness the absurd sums 
paid to many a movie puppet, and 
there are at least two classes of lit- 
erature- the best-selling class and 
the best-reading class. Not Loo often 
are they one and .^the same. This la 
not to elevate one or dl.spsrage the 
other, merely to note the duality. 

And the unevenness of the literary 
life in general. 

* * a 

Whether or not Inherited InsUnct 
created a nostalgic reaction on the 
part of Burroughs' readers, It is seem- 
ingly a fact that they numbered mil- 
lions. The tales of the ape man were 
swallowed avidly. 

Tarxan waa born, If that word may 
be permissible. Just at the right time; 
in an era when people were ready for 
any far-fetched ykrn. He flourlshi'd 
mIghUly. It wUl be remembered, dur- 
ing the decade that saw flagpole sit- 
ters elevated to more than tha top 
of a pole, and marathon dancert ac- 
claimed as national heroes and hero- 
ines. All In all it ts not surprising that 
this continent "fell" for the Jungle- 
bred Apollo— and fell hard. 

In his own heart, before he became 
Inured to and thereby Inoculated 
against the phenomenon. Burroughs 
must have wondered at his success, 
popping his eyes In amaxement as 
book sales soared Into uncountable 
millions of copies and motion picture 
producers thrust vast cheques at him 
merely for his .signature on a contract. 

If It w*as a Frankenstein he created. 
Tarzan vffts at any rate a commodity 
that brought Burroughs much ma- 
terial gain, and apparently satisfied 
his literary ambitions since he spent 
half a lifetime embellishing this pic- 
turesque Jungle character. One does 
not. of course, willingly cut oneself 
off from a gold mine. 

♦ a a 

Tarxan was without a doubt a cap- 
Uvatlng figure. Animal boys are oa 
old as history: fragmentary tales are 
heard every eo ofton about children 
left In the care of wild animals and 
reared as members of the tribe. Clr- 
cases are full of spurious examples. 

The ape man later personified by 
Johnny Weismuller and others, how- 
ever. was a fascinating chap. If ha 
became a bit boresome when be ha<T~ 
run through all hU' trtrka. he was 
arresting to begin with, handsome, in- 
telligent. and as strong as any real 
•pe. Bo said Burroughs, and no one 
was bettar qualified to knowt 
It was perhaps a totich of genius 
to.maka him an aristocrat. A lord tn 
the diBgttlst of an ape. or vice versa. Is 
Certain of speeial attention. Sven If his 
screen accents depart somewhat froa 
ihe ^ndards of Mayfair. 

Tarxan will go on. no doubt. He la 
too much of a treasure to be east 
lightly aside. Bocnebody else will think 
up r>ew adventures for him. blandly 
oblivious to the fact that by now he 
should be ready for the old man's 
heme. Bspsetaily after so much exer- 
elss among the trees. 

But hs was a happy Idea, was Tar- 
xan. for Brtgar Rice Burroughs and 
mmiona of wiuing vuriRlpptra 



By RAYMOND MOLEY 

O N the day remitir when Parlia- 
ment received some staggering 
figures for supplementary appropria- 
tions. the British press noted under 
the heading of "Invalids" the Rt. Hon. 
Aneurtn Bevan. It seems that the 
Minister of Health was suffering from 
a chUL Judging by the figures that 
are now appearing for supplementary 
approprlaUons needed for health and 
other services. Bevan’a chill Is likely 
to become epidemic. For the excessive 
coet of Socialism now becomes quue 
apparent, and It is easy to see why 
the Labor Ooirernment wanted an 
election before the bad news came 
out. 

Bctaqen now and the day in April 
when the Chancellor of the Exchequer 
presenu the budget for the year 185U- 
61, there must be considered and 
passed the supplementary expenses 
for the present year. Judging bv 
what has •ppearrd since the new 
House began lt« work, the news will 
be very bad. The hope for yeduerd 
taxes will fade out. And British bb.M- 
ne.ia, despite Its encouragement from 
a Socialist setback, wlU feel no op- 
timism. 

a * * 

Tlie British Oovernment takrs, by 
taxation, about 40 per cent of the 



result In less rather than more 
revenue. 

In a previous column It was noted 
that the voot of th* health eervloa has 
been running far beyond the estimates 
since u began (our years ago. But 
now we know the facta for this year. 
The amount now required to meet ex- 
penses for tills year will be £350.000.- 
000 . which Is £90.000,000 above tha 
estimate. It also appears that through 
some financial shifting about, Bie 
health service drew £41,000.000 from 
the national Insurancs fund So the 
present year's cost will be £400.000.000, 
or £140.000.000 above the esltmale. It 
Is believed that the April budget will 
ask £450.000.000 for next year. 

Another pet project of the Labor 
Oovernment which Is Intended to 
quiet the public and offer an Illusion 
of low prices l.s food subsidies. The 
Ministry of Food will be much more 
expensive than that of Health. A va.->L 
sum has been .«i>ent to build up slock.i. 
nus will surely create an irresistible 
demand 1>>t more raiiona. Then the 
Government will ellher liave to per- 
mit prices to rise or more money must 
be spent for subsidies. 

U IS noteworthy that the general 
confusion in John Strachey's food 
management resulted in hLs removal 
from the Ministry of Food to the Min- 
istry of War. Now. 'If the armed 



national Income. This figure Is re- • services are treated to the tame sort 



garded by alt parties as the utmost 
that can be squeezed from the Ux- 
payer To raise the rat# further would 



of management as has been revealed 
In food, the plight of Britain wUl 
indeed be bitter. 



Closed Frontiers 

(From The Winnipeg Free Press i 



ERHAP8 some of the local leaders 



P ERN 
of 



Peace Congress will explain why Rev. 
James EndlooU. of Toronto, chairman 
of the congress, should" have com- 
plained of the refusal of the Wa.>ih- 
Ington authorities to permit some 
Canadians to enter the United States. 

Mr. Kndicott made this statement 
at Moscow where, no doubt, he is 
brushing up on Peace Congress mat- 
ters. He ts reported to have said that 
“tens of thousands" of Canadians 
have been permanently excluded from 
entering the United States because of 
their activities in behalf of peace. 

Hon. L. B. Pearson. Minister of Ex- 
ternal Affairs, in commenting on this 
statement, pointed out that the 
United States-Canada boundary la the 
most free and Apen one In the world. 
In 1040. he said. SO.OOO.DOO people 
erosMd this frontier. « And the toti^ 
number of Canadians questioned by 
the Wa.shlngton authorities was lest 
than 100. not tens of thousands. 

But of greater significance than 
these untrue statements is the curious 
blindness of Mr. Kndicott to the kind 



of boundary that, at Moscow's insist- 
ence. exists between Soviet RuMia 
and lU vassal states on the one hand 
and the rest of the world on the other. 
Mr. Endlcolt and the Peace Cungre.ss 
need not worry about a frontier which 
Is the leu.<(t guarded In tlie world, 
where passports are not required and 
which 30,000,000 people cross in Ihe 
course of 12 months. Right at Mr. 
EndicoU s elbow In Moscow li a fron- 
tier w’hlrh is ao closely sealed off from 
the rest of the world by armed troops, 
barbed wire and secret police that it 
has become known the world over as 
the Iron Curtain. Here Indeed Is an 
Impassable boundary which .keeps 
everybody that is outside of Russia 
at arm's length and everybody inside 
of Russia except the commissars tn 
one vast concentration camp. It ii. 
indeed, a frontier that can only be 
crossed by those who are welcome to 
the Russian Dictatorship. 

Closed frontiers are highly unde- 
tlrable Mr. Endicotl and the Peace 
Congreu should forge*, about the most 
open of all boundary Unas' and con- 
centrate on getting rid of the Iron 
Curtain. 



Observation 



X \ 'l i p n 1 ■ \ U-iic •'( 

* ' AlUv'rbury, Sh. 'y^hire, England, 
Ui# air raid siren sounds, and all vU- 
lugers don their gas masks and gd 
through regulation drill. Tlie War 
Department has an enormous quan- 
tity of mustard gas stored In the com- 
munity, and villagers have not bee"! 
able to persuade authorities to remove 
Uie menace to Uielr existence, . . . 
On April 1 the l7^h Unltad States 
census wUI get under way at ait 
estimated cost of about $80,000,000. 
The task will lake 157,203 persona lo 
complete. They will be divided ln;o 
15 area supervisors. 450 district super- 
visors. 8.300 crew leaders. 8.500 office 
«-orkers and 140.000 enumerators. 
First United States census was takeit 
in 1790 by 17 marshals and 800 assls' - 
ants. They were told to compile 
records of the number, age and sex 
of residents nf the 17 slates, and to 
iMqulrt whether they' were free of 
slaves. . . . Among unusual Income 
tax claims was one sent ky a woman 
to the colleetor of Internal revenue a 3 
Newark. New Jersey. She claimed a 
$’20 deducUon because she had lost an 
expensive bathing suit while swim- 
ming last Rummer On poring over 
the flies, the collector (Ound the 
woman had made a similar claim on 
two other occasions. He wrrote a brief 
letter suggesting that she purchase a 
tighter iMthlng suit for use next Sum- 
mer. . . . What interests a workman .i 
wife lx his tftke-stralght-home pay. 
. . . It ts not recorded whether a 
woman at Windsor. Ont . accused of 
smuggling tn watches from Detroit 
wound up In Jail doing time. . . . 
Advice from a retired minister: "Do 
not stay away from church because 
you believe many hypocrltrs attend. 
There la always room for one more." 
. . . During an argument on religion, 
an open mind Is better than an open 
mouth. . . . Justice meted out behind 
the Iron Curtain is something like 
the crusty old Great War colonel who 
roared at a private during a court 
martial' “If jmu are not guilty, why 
were you arrested?" 



The Packsack 

By GRKflORY CLAHK 

I T Is a queer Uiing that frlendelup 
or friendly relationship should l>e 
of the greatest prejudice to efficlehl 
business managemrnl. Mo.U Indus- 
tries spend a lot of money and effort 
to develop the Irlendliest spirt 
amongst then clients. But a friend . 
In business U ol'.en an infernal 
nui.-'Snee. 

Wiien you walk Into a grocery slora 
w’hrre you are nn old and fumlllur 
cu.stonier, you expect to be slnglrU 
out of ihe mob and attended lo In 
thut cmy .spirit of inllmary characler- 
UUc of friendship. And usually you 
are: but Iht endclency of Uwt par- 
ticular store U damaged if live other 
eusiomerii. who are slraniers. happen 
lo observe the favorlU^m, and take 
offence. 

When you drive into a garage, 
wljere you know BUI and Joe and 
flarry the boss, you exited, and you 
usually get, prompt service, though 
the efnclent management of the ga- 
rage Is entirely disrupted by your 
special claims. 

In big business, ihe friends of Uia 
head executives are free lo come In 
and consume lime, kid the staff. In- 
terrupt routine, break up conferences 
and generally make themselves at 
home and declare a sort of half 
holiday. 

The man who has been getting all 
my shoe repairing for the past fifteen 
years U a curmudgeon. 1 feet ha 
would come to my funeral. He knowra 
I will come to hia. if he beaU m« to iU 
W« are friends. Bui never in my Ufa 
have 1 got my shoes back a day ahead 
of anybody else. If a week tomorrow 
Is the day the work being taken in 
today Is lo be ready. 1 get mine a 
week tomorrow The- man is incap- 
able, in hla work, of any sentiment for 
or against It. it all geu tha best that 
Is in him. including mine. He is an 
efnclent man. He does beautiful work. 
He Is a curmudgeon. He has a lot 
of friends. 

• WiM VMi«r« S«rtM. U<4 






British roadbuildinf authorities art 
experimenting with patlng materials 
of various oolori. It Is denied, how- 
ever, that the Labor Oovernment fa- 
vors prtmroee. 

* w * 

Civi«-aUad*dne«s la aeelber ef iU 
quieter aspeete Is te ge veUnr f*r 
new eclM»*Ihea«e» after ear’s ehMren 
have growa op. 

* * * 

WHat men ets*ow tfief can attain. 

* * * 

A woman with a fuaay poodle nnder 
her arm swished into a cocktail 
Lotmte. Than, ignormf the waiter 
who cams itp. ohe fussed over her 
fidgeting animal, cooing baby-UIk. 
“There, there Nobody*a goin*4o hurt 
mama'e llay-WUy baby." Finally the 
dof eelUed down and the woman 



turned to the waiter Without batUng 
an eye he asked courteously — If 
somewhat coldly - "Your first dog, 
madam?** 



As an example of ‘the tnlh. but 
not the whole truth" technique, ap- 
pears this story about an mterpriaint 
worker in a Connecticut ammunition 
factof? 

This Jolly fellow gained unlimltad 
credit from a Ocrmkn saloon keeper 
across the street from the plant by 
teUing him: "Oh. yas. didn't yon know 
we were eendlng sheila to oermanjr.'' 
only to amend Ute statement when 
America came Into the eonfUet by 
saying* "Well, we didn’t exactly send 
them direct - we eoid them to Eng- 
land and France, and they shot them 



Today’s Answer 

(QuesUoD on Page S> 

It wax named in 1859 after CapUifi 
Ale^bnder Malaxpina, -an Italian sail- 
or Iti the service of Bpsln, after whom 
Malaxpina Inlet had been named by 
the Spaniards in 1702. 



Looking Back 

Through Colonist Files 

^ ^ YEARS AGO— Oak Bay Coun- 
y S ell has reduced the municipal 
^ lax rate to 34 9 mills on land 
and on 23 per cent of the aoaesseu 
value of improvements. 



YEARS AGO- Indignation la 
SI] widespread s^gainst the ae- 
^ liop of the Lieutenant-Gover- 
nor in permuting Hon. Joseph Martin 
to hold office as Premier, contrary to 
constitutional practice. 



Q ^ YKARS AGO— The Uw derxj 
^ S in this city have formed 
^ themselves into a society for 
the purpose of having diseusaions on 
questions of JurUprudsnee. Judge 
Cameron la to be rtquceied to become 
patnm of the aodetf. 




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Four-Day Orfleal of Crack-Up Victim 



Page 5 — International 



SEE THE 



NEW WONDER 



(Mine 



Fudetl Ity S)ramatic Helicopter Reacue 



fiailll (Eolaniat viciork, B.C., Th«r*.. Mtrck 23. USD 



THE THOR 
AUTOMAGIC SINK 



Fellow (iilizeits 



Ivro •» Lt-'Cmdr R. C- CKmld 
trt«d to lift the belicupter from the 
kitiMT With bu weak and weary paA- 
eeniter. there »iu a near anU*cUmax 
to the mercy mlMtoci. The heMcxipier 
mired In the deep mow. It took 
nearly half an hour to free It. 



Roberta waa groufy ^ruin mor* 
phlne' when be arrived here. 

**Rnow. fog.** he told hu brother. 
Fred. “Ouldu'l aee a thing t tried 
to bring It dow^ 

"I m thlraty. ' he ahiapered grog- 
gily. * Nutluug bot aiiow . . •f><ur 
days.** 



CIS ELUM, Waah.. March 23 Uh. 
—A dramatic heUcopler reacue ended 
today the four>day ordeal of a 
Spokane buaineaaman and amateur 
flyer In the deep mow of the Caacade 
Mountatna 

The reacued man waa Victor C. > 
Roberta. 28. He succeaalully batUed 
the mow and (old for lurvlval after 
haring turrlred the crark-up of hli 
light plane in a cnuh«landmg on a 
fruaen wUdemeaa lake Sunday!* 
KTRrriCI.Ml IN ftStlW 

Smee Monday morning, he atrug* 
gled only three milea through mow 
In an attempt to reach the town of 
Easton, on 'he ea*t side of Bno' 
qualmle Paas. 

He a'llll waa about a d'>aen mllM 
from hU objective when two air 
force men reached him today. 34 
hourt after they had parachuted 
Into the Lake Waptua area, where 
hU overturned plane waa found ym* 
terday. 

Tlie Coaat Guard --helioopler 
brought him to a hnepUa] here. At> 
tendanta reported he waa auRerlng 
from ahork. a badly baiiged knee* 
cap. froat 'bitten feet and handaand 
, eipoaure. 



Interpreting the ^eu» 



NaUima work aa long aa KaUonalkt { 
China contlnuea to alt in the varlcua ; 
agenctea, la experted to drag on In* | 
definJlely. and at leaai until Gen- 
eral Aaarmbly time In the Fall. • 
MAT REPEAT TAfTICIi 

Ruaaia, of oourae. might reaolve 
It aa ahe baa done in the past, by ; 
Jtui f/miing back without Mying ' 
anything. She did that in the Trua* 
teeahlp Council, which ahe had boy* 
ooited becauae ahe claimed it waa 
illegally aet up, when the Palestine 
Liaue came up. She might do like* 
wrtae If tome viuU laaue to her ahouid 
come up now. It is generally tmder* 
aUiod. of couTwe, that ahe wib return 
to the council for any dlaruaalon of 
the Chlneee matter, and then walk 
! out again if ahe la outvoted. 

The Ruaelana are underetood to 
be tntereated. even to be friendly, 
toward Lie’e idea of top-level coun- 
cil nieetlnga 

Actually, aatde fmm the atomic 
matter which la froirn, the work of 
the U N la not being Impeded at the 
moment. Ruula'a abeenre from the 
other meettnga nnerely meane that 
they go forward with Iom argument, 
amce she la alwaya In the minority 
and action la unially taken over her 
proteAia 

Tina la a normally dull aaaaon at 
the UJ4. 

The greet worry among' UN. of* 
flriaU ia that the altuatlon may be- 
come permanent. 

Lie la tryuig to look out for the 
UJ4.. but lie and the U N. don't 
seem to carry much weight in the 
ponderoua battle of power poUtlca 
in which the world la caught up. 



By J. M. ROKI KTSr Jr. 

A P. Ewretgn Affaift Analyst 
Trygve Lie's .^uggeailon lor perl- , 
odic high-level meetlnga of the 
United Nations Security Council, 
liae hu earlier propcual for a apeciai 
Koalon of the General Assembly on 
the ChtiM and atomic qumiona, has 
met a cool receplUm. 

Secretary Arheaon aet Ui* pace, 
which waa likrwlM evident at l^e 
Success, with a promise of cnnaidar- 
atiun which was deacrlbed aa "a 
more or leas formal reaction 
Sf BAPPEiy ASSEMBLY IDEA 

officials and 



Already top U N 
major delegations were underatood 
to have scrapped the General Aa- 
armbly idea, both because there waa 
UtUe hope of real progress tnim It 
and because It Is too late tn Uie 
season to make arrangements. 

Now there la a similar reaction 
toward Lie's proposal In a Wash- 
ington speech that the nations start 
observing a never-observed rule that 
at least two Security Cmincil meet- 
inga be held each year with the for- 
eign mlnutera. and even possibly the 
heads of Governments, attending. 

Ameneaii and BntUh feeling, as 
la the case of various non-oOkcuU 
prr>pi«ala f’<r a new high-level con- 
ference ouUlde the U N . Is Uiat no 
good purpose ran be served by such 
meetUiga aa long aa the Govern* 
menta themselves are standing pat 
on the rarloua issues which have 
resulted fnim. or grown out of, the 
cold war. 

NOT WORTIIWHII.E 
On Uie Chinese matter, for In- 
stance. negoUatlona are not consid- 
ered worth while until there are In* 
dicationa that some mrmbera are 
ready to switch toward admlsalon of 
! lha Communist regime. In the As* 



moTOkS LTp 



— ClarUM •( nsansB BtuSla. 

*May I See Your Incoma Tax Retuma for 1946. 194? 
and 1948?" 

rail ii anothrr tn a sartar 0 / faniliar typt>a of eifuena ond poh/tcianj 
as depicted tn fAe Rafwrol. wnptaed aipreisibni of babi^i AU pbotos 
Wi fAla eertei art from tha ntv book •‘FclJoic Cl/ireiu.*' by tranru L. 
Golden. Reeoffnua anybody you knoic^ 



Know the safrtv rating of 
your car — a scientific 7^^ 
rating te«.t for only-. • ^ 



Th« Wonderful 
NEW 

MOFFAT 

GAS RANGES 



Income Would Vav Itill 



have rccognlard the Consmintsta. In 
the Security Council the count la 
att to five against, and Brluin has 
Just faUed -in an attempt to change 
It. 

tJnleaa the United Bfatea awKchea, 
this altuatlon. with Ruasia abstain- 
ing from participation in Urdted 



Urg es Use of Atomic Knowledge 
In Forest Utilization Problems 



ARE HERE NOW 

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149‘" „ 283** 



He outlined six points that should 
ba cenrldered by the Industry in its 
forMtry research; 

Each project ahouid be ^leclfled; 
ovcrlaf^ing and duplication of effort 
should b* avoided through a free 
exchange of opinions between the 
different research agenrlea during 
the planning stage; the work ahouid 
be. done on. a co-operative ba.d$; 
adequate financing ahouid be pro- 
vided. pmposala and progreu re- 
ports ahouid be clearly presented to 
the supporting-agencies: the work 
must be done thoroughly and com- 
pletely. 

A. Koroleff, director of woodlands 
research for the Institute. suggeAted 
use of airplanes snd hellropteri 
equipped with bombs filled with 
wster or extinguishing chemlcsls aa 
a method of suppresalon of forest 
fires from the air. 



MONTREAL March » CP).— 
proper use of new tools of the 
•iomlc age tn promoting tree growth 
eould pay tha bill for atomic de- 
Tclopment. tha Canadian Pulp and 
paper Association's woodlands sec- 
|l«n waa told today. 

Dr. L. R. ThIeMneyer. president of 
the Pulp and Paper Research In- 
stitute of Canada. Montreal, also 
told ths 700 delegates from Canada 
and the United States how this new 
knowledge should also aulat In ex- 
termination of Insects and disease 
BOW destroying valuable forest crops. 

E>r. Thleemeyer. whose former field 
of work waa atomic rc'r.'Lr.-h, eid 
atomic techniques can be put to 
good use tn regeneration, nutrition 
and stimulation of tree growth. 

PAT ATOMIC BILL 
"I would venture to predict that 
lha increased Income that may come 
lo tbs forest - products Induatriee 
from the application of radio-active 
materials to forest management and 
forest utilisation problems. “ he said, 
‘would mors than pay the enUrt 
bill tor atomic development to date. 

“In sllvlruUurc. restocking. |i»rest 
gntomologv and forest pathology, 
genetics, and tn other fields, there 
are literally thousands of new ave- 
nues that ahouid be explored with 
|he«e atomic technique* " 

PLAN MORE RPSf ARM! 
The principal immediate effort, 
■aid Dr. Thleameyer. la to find belter 
wavi to preveru nr fight forest flresv 
Further, planning and reaearrh 
■lu'.i continue lo ronnider such 
prohlema aa the amkaBt of pulp- 
wood. merhanlaation In sooda 
•periMona, greater slabtlHy In 
labor, education of amsll woodlot 
•wnera, improvement of forest land 
tannrt. and forest finanrs prarilres 



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MONTREAL. Msjcb 33 4CP) — A 
pUte of spaghetti, a misplaced sense 
of humor and a body that wasn't 
there combined to bring taxi-driver 
Fernand Prvdetie into criminal 
court today on a charge of reckless 
driving. 

Fredette explained his alleged mis- 
demeanor to Judge T. A. Fontalns 
this way; 

He was eating spaghetti with a 
police friend when ths Utter Joking- 
ly told him he waa going to report 
to police that Fredette was drtilng 
around with a body in his twxL 



742 FORT ST, 



Motlern glorr for 
ihp modem woman and 
her children 



:i« time later, while driving 



on Francois Xsvler Street. I heard a 
police radio enr siren. 1 believed It 
was the police wanting to qumtton 
me about the body — So I accelrraiad 
and was arrested for reckleM driv- 
ing ^ 

Ths judge listened attentlvsly. 
then t«ld Fredeite to plead not 
guilty Trial wax fixed for March 28. 



Edward Arnold 
To Seek Seal 
In U.S. Senate 



HOLLYWOOD. Manh 32 aNS> 

Motion pirtur star Edward Arnold 
tonight annuiutrrd Uial he would 
seek Ihe Republlrnn nomination fur 
United fUaiea Senate tn the Cali- 
fornia June primaries. 

*^!h# 58-year-oid actor, who pnr- 
» ay.* the title role of "Mr Pre^l- 
dmi" In the weekly American 
Bn>arlrast>ng Company radio *how 
and who has plaved Uie part of 
Senators in several picturra. de- 
clared 

*T am seeking BoroioaUon in tha 
Juna prlmarlas only after many 
months of ennsideraUon. daring 
which time I have been urged to do 
so by friends throughout California. 

“My stand cm various vital Iseues 
wlQ bs rieariy dsted as ths cam- 
paign proceeds.** 

Arnold, one of tha meat blghty- 
rsBpecied actors in Hollywood. Is 
•xecutiv* vlc«-prMld«nt ot ths 
permanent chaiiMas commlrtas of 
tha motion plctura Industry. 

Artiv* in public affairs, he was 
a eo-fnunder of the nation-wide 
*1 Am An American Day.” He has 
been an official of ths Screen Ac- 
tors' Guild for many years. 



OKI tllOMt < ITT. March tt 
Real actlen wa* provided by 
a riiopte nf 'leen-sxeni during a 
Wc*|crn movie last nixhi. 

t'harir* Bevlll, IS, limped ant 
allh a hnllel «eund In hi* left 

leg. 

rnlice said he wa* shnl acri- 
drnlallv hv Rnbh* hlr<e|cl. IS, 
with a .37 rallhre firrman auln- 
malic. Itohb.v aald he boaxhl the 
fun from a man who p^eded 
maner |« pay a IralBc fine. 

"Ws wvr* waiting fer the *DsI- 
tanv' ia eome mi.” Rohhy aaM. *T 
dMt't knew bew H happe n ed. I 
had the safety an.” 

When t^a gwn want alf. a 
pnllcemae tltilng nearby femped 
•p and palled hie gwn. thlnktng a 
rnhberv wm taking place. 

Other palrons of the half-filled 
theatre apparently (hnnghi tha 
gwnahnt waa part nf Che sanvle ac* 
Mon. They didn’t leave their seata. 



OVER ~ ON AND UNDER DOUGLAS 



Suhversives 
Strife Cause 



VANCOUVER. Idarch 33 4CP).— A 
Vannouver newapaper today quotas 
a youth welfare workar as saying 
iuvsnlls hoodlumlais her* It being 
fhmanted by *Wims organisation try- 
big to undermine Canadian law and 
seder • 

Ths Dswepaga sinry did not Iden- 
Mfy tha atUsen. who was quoted aa 
saying: ”*nils Is deeper than Just 
boodlumitm . . . Can you Imagine 
srhat ths affect would ba in a new 
war with undlacIpUned. authority- 
bating youths Ilka theaa In tha 
armed forces?'* 

A special poUca datail and alti- 
■ana' groups sra moving to curb 
Juvenlls vantlslinn. blanwd on ten 
to 13 soot-sulted gangs. 



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CouncJ inraaben ir«rp m»UuI U b» bdd.” b« ’’if ih« i-ounci 

I brlier* • plfb;iriie should wiU no( uut • At«nd ht shouM oci.' 



To ( Jvar I p Socessum Issue 



Claimed Need 



MuiuciimI Alfsirs MiTUs-trr R C Uoiir ptrviiiU tt is Ibr KspoitsibUitj’ 
If »< Ekviutid iirifosi m thr L<iiu* ol the Cioicrnment sud some aeci< 

Isture yetrterdioy by Arthur A>h s:on should be made. It is only fair 
(Cin . Baanicht to order s ptvbiariie ui itw people o( Uus municipolKy to 
Ui Wsi^ 8(s on Ui« i-r>ntrti(lDUsluke aoms action '' 
secession iMut | 8»»nkh airmbu added that 

It «as the oecoiKl tune during ihsifha Ssaiueh HeUef Act sbould be 
current aesskm that the Aaanicblare^ off the books foUovtng the 
member has brou«hi up the seces* (holdini of. a plebtseite. ^ 

Sion issue, which h«s been a per* Mr. MscDunald. ttaffirmuig a 
rnnfal headache to ihc Chrvernmcut sUim) he has taken on turmer oc> 
In the [Mat five or su years since it caiuons. declared the Saanich Coun- 

lake a stand. riUier 



showed Waid SiX lecvi^ed more than 
Its alM*e. 

Another problem bound up in the 
aecesyion issue w«a ths bonded in* 
dobteduass of Ssauich. acoordini to 
Mr. MacDonald. Ue said it should 
not be left to. him to decide how 
much of tht debt should be U\e 
responsibility^ of Ward Six. He 
pointed out Ward Six would have to 
on can ix c as a municipality foyowin^ 
seersidon. 

As soon as the reeve and Saamrh 
Council Indicate their wtUlncneaa to 
co-operate they vtl) receive eo- 
operation from the Oovenunent 

“'rhey're Just playint poUUcs with 
their public office," he charged. 

WANTS PLEBIbt ITF. 

In answar to quastlotu put by the 
nunlstar, Mr. Aah replied that tia 
believed secession would be retro- 
grade step.” He added that ha did not 
think a plebiscite would fevor aeoes* 
Sion and that most of the Saanich 



A need for nture rigid Inspect lun 
^ of mine* in Uie prmince was de- 
I clared in the Leawiature yesterday 
I by RatiOoliin Harding iC.CF, 
Kaslo-8loran> dunrig a discuMion 
«>n tne nsumaiw of Uie Pruvinciai 
Mines DefMrtnieni. 

Mr. Harding said mine mkperton 
nr>w appeared overwutkrd “like 
school ttupecton. used to be." Kc 
doubted that tjiere wrre sufflcient 
tnapect'irs in the department to 
carry on iheir work efIU'iHii]). 

INiiPStTOK.S rMlKRTAm 

Opinions a ere aWi expn».sed in 
the H(>use< that mine inspectors 
were underpaid! 

A. K. Macl>>ugaU «Cln . Vancou- 
ver Point Gteyi asked Mines Min- 
ister MacDiiiald If It was intended 
to give aaat^tance to ctwl nunes on 
the same biou as aiudstance is pro- 
vided metaUifcroua imnes. 

Ur. MacDonald replied Uiat he 
was sympathetic to the suggestion, 
but p-:*' om that uluil coal is 
dlscovertd and actually mined, coal 
mining cornea under the Jurtadlc- 
Uon of the Lands Department. 

"Bomethlng should be done to cut 
the red tape." commented Mr. Mae- 
DougalL 



YOUR 



cU should 
favoring or oppoamg seceiwlon. be- 
fore action la taken by the Oovern- 
ment 

"1/ somebody waniad to take a 
chunk out of the municipalhy the 
reeve would take a stand.” he ram- 
mented 

MURE THAN SHARE 
The minister advised that while 
Ward SIX reaklenla claimed they 
were not gettittg a fatr share of 
munirlpsl taxes., an Investigation 
by the municipal council 



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Visiting Colle^p Stufhmls 
i/ive Rhythmic Concert 



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' tfaluu to HnyUtm,” a uwderu 
(lance concert praacnlcd by tht stu- 
dents of tht Oregon State Collage 
was staged at Victoria High School 
Tuestay night. 

Under director Betty Lynd 
Thompson, thirteen girl students at 
the roliege attempted to dance In- 
stead of act certain feeling: 
ntoricA or aoitgs of the current time. 

TIIIKI> GROt'P TU VlStr 
Thu group U tha third from tha 
college to visit Cansdtan cUiaa in 
The first was fci 



Hill. Jeanette H<gioyd. Jan Howaii. 
Pat Kelly, Donna MeVay. Marjorie 
UiUer. Agues Moll. Ii<4ry Jean 
Paglcr, Dorothy Sharpe and Edna 
Woods. 



Blind School 
Builder Named 



Inrliifle (lanasta 
For (iani Parties 

Weekly card parties at the E.>- 
quimalt Community Centre viU in- 
clude a "Cgnasta” s^cUnn commenr • 
clng B p.m., Thursday, at the 
Centre Hall. 1133 CoivUle Hoad. 

Director la E. V. Shephard. 



Works Mlnutei E. C. Carson ye>- 
”.‘.1ty selecled the towent tender of 
$38$.734 from among nine sub- 
mitted for construction of ow 
school and hospital buildings for 
the deaf and blind In Vancouvar. 

The succcMiful tender was tub- 
mitied by Bennett and Whlta Con- 
stnictkm Oo . W Vancouver. 

Other bids ime: Turnbull Bros 
Ltd. $306,475; E K Shockley A 
Bon. S3O0J43; Krimelt Oonstruc- 
Hon. Ch. $312,340. Sullivan Coii- 
•trurtlon Co I313M0. H J. Wood 
ii Son huu UOAU Cocaiwon- 
wealth Construrtten Cn. $317704: 
Dawson A Hali Ltd . $317.»6: Arm- 
strong and Montcith Ooastructlon 
Co. I338.ies 



recent years, 
and again In 1M4 when the eroun 
•oured Puger Sound dancing fur 
members of the armed forces as wall 
S.V for school groups. AU throe 
groups have been under Ml-. 
TiximpAon's direction 

The dancers were accompanied on 
tha piano and by a phonograph 
The latter machine wasn't working 
too w-eil and Us rtndUUms of “Ave 
Maris'' and other aelactlons were a 
time hard to recognise. 

One of the IiEhtar momenta o.' 
tli>‘ pn>gram came during the 
Three Blind Mke " number, the 
axe-nid dilemma of the farmer s 
wife. One of the mice loat Ua tall 
prematurely and was forced to hold 
It on during the rest of the dance 
until the farmer's wife made the 
necMosry amputatlnnA 
NEW Ttirit s 

Huhhght of (he program ww. 
"Cliiipings Erura a Special Edi- 
tion ' w hen all the gtr's danced and 
recited current topics of ihe news. 
Tile gtru described surii nrw«- 
wortliy llenu as ' Plying Saucers,” 
**A Bank Rubbery ” "Sadie Hawkins 
Day.” and "The Ntwr Look" 

Mias^ Ttiompaon s solo number. 
“With Singing Heart,'' a modern ar- 
rangement. of a familiar folk tune, 
proved popular with the audience 
Tune chosen was "There's No To- 
moiT(»w." 

OlrU performing in the eonrrri ; 
were; Sara Mae Addis, Phyllu! 
Brown. Pegg Burrmighs, Marilyn I 



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Eigkty-year-dld Mrs. Ethel pike. 
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AHoer Green 
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KfAI-GlO ii mods by tfm mohert of famoui KtM-TONl 



UtlMt roHT pm k mott oxMptionot ho doMnt aino-but he 
OOlS rwapotxd to pood goto ond IntwHiomk fwodbg with the 
dmr^ componionshfp ond Mgh-ipinti that only a pedwctly 
heohhy ontmol con d»ew. Ko«p yovr pet In fopneteh condition 
by fweding him o hMhh-gfvtng worioty ol Or. BoBortfi foods 
MM onavrinp o KiarudUoffy bofoncod dkt, blended occordmg 
«» v«*mkMwion-d«yefepMf pet food fon^^ 

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WOKINGHAM. Bemhtrr. End- 
land Cf).~Th* KtrU at tbt Woking- 
ham ofHintjr achool am barred from 



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Hrad-mUtr*aa Olga Whitlow aaid 



mrnt In th« Brm«h arfh.v 



Mount V iew Students to Present Operetta 



TORONTO. March » CF).-An 
artificial eye that do«a everyt^g 
but »ee haa been developed all the 
Hoapital for Sick Children. 

It move* )uat aa a natural eye 
doca. It’a ao natural looking It 
bafflea medical atudenia. 

Speclaliata spent yean developing 
the eye. working under difficulties 
In the 74-year-old hospital. To com- . 
plete a new. tl3.000.000 building, . 
t4 000,000 is being sought from well- 
wisher* Wroas Canada. 

COLORED TO MAT(H 

The vlalble part of the new-type 
eye— colored to match the good one , 
perfectly— Is a thin, plastic ahell. 
much like the old. stationary artlfl- ! 
clal eye. The vllal part of the two- 
piece m(grhsnl.vm la a base which 
is Imbedded in the muscle and gives., 
the eye movement. 

The base, made of plastic and 
covered with tanuium mesh. Is a 
half-ball about the slat of a thumb- 
nail. with k square opening on Its 
flat surface. 

Spe^Ullsts embed the base in the 
muscle, weaving strands through 
the mesh to secure It fumly. Tlje 



muscle then moves the base Just 
as It moves a natural eyeball, ui- 
depcndently or in concert with the 
good eye. The shell iq clipped Into 
place In the opening of the base. 

The eye. developed by a team of 
hospital doctors and technicians, is 
the latest In a series, each an im- 
provement over the previous oue. 
At one stage In lU development tlic 
eye muscles were sewn to holes In 
the plastic base. Control was not 
perfect ao the team developed the 
mesh covering of tantalum, a rare 
metal used for filaments In electric 
lamps. Woven through It, (he 
muscles hold the base firm. 

Mothers who slewed their chil- 
dren proudly to newspaper men at 
a hospital clinic recently said no 
one ever notices their children s eyes 
are not normal. 

Sulpha drugs and pemclllln have 
cut sharply the number of injured 
eyes which must be removed but 
the hoapital treats from eight to 13 
children a year whose eyes are 
damaged by alr-rine_pellj{iB. oiass. 
knlvea and aharp kitchen tools also 
uke toll. 



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Third row, left to right. Sterling 
Knud.ven. Casey L.vnas. Melvin 
Smith, Wayne Halstrom. Ray 
Fetch. Ronald E)ash. Jim Caldwell 
and Btll O’Brien. Fourth row. left 
to right. Dave Geddea. Fmnk Rus- 
sell. Ronald Stonier. Elouglaa Park 
and John Philips. 



Members of cgit of operetta 
•‘Enchanted Isle.** to be presented 
at Mount View High School audi- 
torium tonight Slid Friday at g 
pm. are aliown aboiT More than 
40 atudenu, under direction of 
Stanley McFarland. wiQ take pan 



In event Operetta is annual affair 
prenented by mernbem of achool 
musiral aociei\ Students shown 
above, front roa. left to right are 
Valerie M^n-kford. Sonia Sliisar- 
enko. Shirley Coles. Ruth Tnisel 
and Margaret Pepi>er. Seepnd row. 



left to right. June Bluaji, Eleanor 
Thompson^ Doreen Kohut. Dlruih 
Kerr. Mar>’ Gardner, Joy Bagshaw. 
Verna Aspe.v. Margaret Freeman. 
Jean Robertson, Margaret McOHl. 
Dlar>e Wilson, Oaile Ollmore, Amy 
Bandervlck and Frances Fanner 



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first of M demanded during the eve- 
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comic •‘Figaro” from the -Barber 
of Seville” In which hla famous 



By W. T. GALT 

Dynamic Igor Oorln «>m a thun- 
derous ovation at the Royal Theatre 
last night when hla dramaUc barl- 



From then on the audience called 
for ancore after encore until Ac- 
companist Hera saved the alAgrr‘i 
voice from possible strain by atiid- 



night Mr. Gorin sang as if he loved 
to alng. ‘The audience applauded as 
If they loved to hear him. 



slmnna-acUng paifonnaoce broufht 



tme wit a ) pr oret T W be the 



down the hou.v. 

After intermlvMon Hermann Hen. ^ 
accompanist, nchly dee.erved the 
warm applause tliat followed hU 
eelecLltwu fmm Schumann and 
MpendeisMihn. Hu choice of De- 
busy's •'Claire de Lune- an an en- 
core ended a tasteful concert within 
a concert 

RI8KIA.S bO.Nf.S 
A selection of RiiMtaii songs was 
next. Including the hilarious Ukcaln- 
isn folk song 'The Drunkard” and 
T.vhaikow.sky's poignant “None but 
the Lonelv Heart ” HU own “Cau- 
casian Melody” set off another 
audience drrnonstration that was 
answered with the comic encore 
"Brother Will, Brother John.” 

The suiger then sang songs by 
Clara Rdward"*. Mildred Lund 'Ty- 
son. Beniamin Briuen and ended 
the formal program with Albert Hay 
Malolte'a “A iJIlle Song of Life." 



the King." 

Among the encores were Gorin's 
famous “The Blind Ploughman,** as 
well as “Sing a Song of Sixpence." 

'Song of the 



m<«t popular musical eolertaln- 
ments of the sea.vm 

Singing In high good bpinu Uiat ' 
Infected hU lisiencr*. the barlloiie 
brought sertlotis of the atidienre 
elapping to Iheir feet bv Ihe end of 
hU concert and even won scattered 
bravos frrtm a usually staid Victoria 
audience.. 

He opened hU widely vaned pro- 
gram effectively with a resonantly 
virlls delivery of Handel's "Summl 
Dei."*fmm ‘'BadamUto.'' Next lie 
duplayed the full sweep of Ills voice 
In a pleasant Haydn song that 
showed hU power diminish from 
full forre to a drawu-oot planU*!- 
mo HiPii rame a gnod-hURvtred 
StATlulti .";;g that tl>e singer 
Ireaied with the light-hearted com- 
pri>ti(e ihiit was to he the keytvole 
of tlve evening's entertahiment. 

After a qimrtelie of Brhuberi and 
S'rnUss mel<Kjlrs, the artist muved 
to his rrusleal pe-nk of the evening 
wlKii lie Mtng the "Vislnn Fmniive" 
from Mavenerg •Herodiad*- ' 

That railed (or an encort Uhe 



"Evening Star, 

Open Road " 

•Thoughout the evening Mr. Oortn 
caiwivated his audieocc by sheer 
I force of his stage peraonallty. Last 



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NEW YORK. M.iich 22 INANA).— 
Mastodon ivory Is being mined at 
Dawson City and is bringing a faint 
wup of life back to the now ghostly 
far-norlhem renire of the old Klon- 
dike gold rush. 

TnuruiA are constant rustomenv 
for the Arctic Jewelry produced by 
two enirrprislng restdenU, Oi'nrge 
Murdoch and Dick Olment. They 
Use gold obtained from loral placer- 
dredging and the ivory that U fmmd 
when the Klondike dredges wash up 
the remalna of one of the huge prd* 
historic elephants. 

llifks dredged recently from the 
grave] beds of last Chance Creek, 
•ays The Canadian Mining Journal, 
were 13 feel long and 14 Inches 
aernas at the base. 



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Importtd Field 

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Tmporied 

New Cabbages 

Impotied 

Head Lettuce. 

Impofled 

Parsnips 

CtKxkm* 

Onions 

C*iHornia 

Bunch Carrots 

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Paqe Q — General 



H^irl U'uih School Teams 



pan 



dTApM 40d roTtniiC? M t-h'-- 

ttVOi 

DM IDF ARBANOFMINT 
The^r »r« *1 ao deadlnc Uic at- 
r»ri|«mcnt of doon, window* and 
color tenema* of iht room*, wfurh 
arc ActUAUjr ''mu" located on the 
Rtandard’i main floor 
Br way of preparation. combtnM 
cJty hifb Khool homi aconoBUca 
dawM wort tddreaaed Monday at 
VirUirla Rl«h School by Ctavld Oil* 
phanl and R. <to M. Brerwn. in* 
tenor deeoraiort. 

Oecoralion mutt be flmrhed by 
10 am. Saturday and wui be foi* 
lowed at 11 ain. by Judclnc- 
Judfae wUl include Aid. Maniaret 
ChrlfUe. Vkter Mott. O. OUpham, 
R de M. Brown and Mra O. W 
Pfiuinaer. 



Sii-cUl team* from Oreater Vic* 
(orla lUfh w-hoQia aro now eom* 
peunf fur the title ol ’‘beat 
Interior decoratore*' in a home 
fumuiuni conteci iponeorwd by 
the Standard Rumltura Company. 

Kaeh team ha* been allotted 4 
room to decorate and ha* the 
atorei enur* etock of rumitura, 



Word • famou* inimpei aAi*t 
IniUe “Sachnio* Anutixmc ha* 
■iteo Victoria Boy*' Band a docen 
aut'««raphed handkerclUefa and 
aome kino worda. 

Tbey'U keep Uw * kuid w<iiO« 
amonc Uieir memortaa Sale of Ut* 
handkerclUela m*y t»eip them buy 
much-neiKiod new uniloruit 
ADDH RkUl CaV 

Mra. Or' rur McDouiiall. prrd* 
dent of the Wumen n Auxiliary to 
(i»e band, wrou to the Umed 
niu-sioian when he wa* playlni in 
V»iH<>u«er She exprese^^ 
that hia eotnbmatbm woiiid play 
Vicioria ««n thi neat C«aal trip 
}~ife niciiUumd that tlie bni*' band 
t-x sivinR a i>>iurm aoQu, add added 
tm* rei|U*-'. 

"We are aakiu* you il you could 
help ua In any way. either in auCD** 
tiling to raffle or U) any aay you 
may think Tlie boy* are arrangmt 
;he eonceri all on their own and I 
know they would be thrilled aUdl> U 
'hey felt you had hripfd them . . . 
You ate one of tlwir mu>dral in* 
%plratinn^ I tnun you will arrept 
'heir reniieai in tlir nuiaieal apim in 
whirh It U aent . 



dot) . U : ''I could blow otv trumpet 
adttiout one . . Ha ha ha . . . I 
mt^&l hair one handkerchief In my 
hand to mop my brow when 1 play 
the trumpet . . . 

RM.AkDM TO BOTb 
‘ Cdve my rtgarda to the buya in 
(he baitd . . . Al*o ^ membera of 
the LadirA Auxiliary and the Ian* 
. . I< » too bad that we won't have 
a cluince to come over and play a 
few nurnm ra for you . . . That would 
pleaae me mure than anytlilng I 
knuw of . 

IX i- u care to— you may raLfle 
these 'LouU Satrhmo handkerchief! 
. . Anyway they're youri. If I wa* 
at hi<me Ui New York there would 
pn>bably be a Im of other thlnp 1 
could %rnd you rather than hand* 
KrrciaefA . . . But any*^, I want 
you <o know that my heart U in U 
. . . Good luck. Ood bles* you and 
IhaiikA aiialD for your wonderful 
lef’er 

Am Trumpetiy Your*. 

"Loula Armatrong ‘ 
S-'iur uf the handkerchief! ma> 
be auiuoned off aoon in aid of 
unifnrni land. A garden party for 



Working Men’s 



IntcUectuals j 
Being Purged j 
From Red Party' 



TODAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY 
Or Till the Stuffs Sold 

GOVERNMENT ST. STORE ONLY 



S'B:W YORK. March 32 <NA.SA'. 
The Trench Communiai Party'* in* 
teUectual elite haa been irremediably 
enntammated by Titown. although 
the rank*and*fUe party ma&aiw ap- 
pear to have remained immune, 
report* a Pan* dispatch to Svenaka 
Dagbladet of Stockholm. 

Score* of French Intellectual* arc 
being purged from the Communl*! 
Party. **y* the Bweduh reporter 
after following the writer* Jean 
Caaaou and Vereor* Into Tlto*type 
F-jj Jean 



Briuah Columbia'* gift to Newfoundland Legulature. nuice la pictured 
being made by worker at Henry Birk* and Sun* <8 C > Ltd.. Vancouver 
■tore Mare will be praaemed April S to Premier Smallwood by Ron. 
Herbert Anacomb, *cUng Premier and MlnLiler of Finance In Brttlah 
• Columbia loglalatyre 



NAVAL STAKCHID 
LINtN COLLARS, aa« 



STEEL WOOL RADS, 

aeck 



AKTI-AtRCRArr BULLETS . . . HarialeM. 

Mieiie foed plumk bebi, each v 

mSECTiCIDE BOMBS . . . Small, aasv f ina. C< 

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Rar gackaga V 

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30 tnchtt lea* by 1 inck «idc “ V 

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IB inehri leaf * w 

NEW . OILSKIN POUCHES . . . wrtb taag la»taaart. 4 Ac 

12 lathri lOUB'c * ^ 

NEW . . . HEMSTITCHED KHAKI HANDKERCHIEFS, 4 Cd 



( erenumy St*l lor April .> 



Caaiou • 

returned recently tr<im a eUlt to t 
Yugcwlavia. ainglng Tlto'a prai*M. 
It wa* apparently the Hungg^'ian- 
trumpi'd trial of vice-premier Rajk * 
which turned Vercori 
Ahhough the reporter write* that 
tha party ma«*e.- ap^war aUU uu* 
tinged by theae deviaUuru. he tioiaa , 
that the eircuiaUon of the Com- 
mumal pren* In France ha* of late | 
been dropping lank Thu* Che morn* i 
ing daily. LHumanite. now >* down I 
to 340,000 oople* aa against tha poat- | 
UberatloB record *of 400.000, 



^^CONCINTMATID BIIF 

Nowl Improved, foil wrapped 
cubet . . . quick dissolving, 
lefi-overs are transformed 
inio a wonderful beefy slew 



the aame cauae uutf folio* 



I NieoRMb FAD»:i) 

Tlie umfonna are ‘utne 13 year* 
■lid, aiid g’ma ot them arr fading 
and aearifig <hin in apo(>. In time 
.1 h«'p4« I'l re*e<juip the band'* 

Sli ntember* with rmirely new or 
reL'iiiaUUoiaed unilurm* in the 
pP‘»* ni - blue w Kh a red *trlpe 

down the tr<aiaen and a red lining 
ti the rape*. They enat eloac (» 
SSh each. 

HAndmu't'T L' H Eb^wW* founded 
Vicu>rla Boy*' Band *ome BO year* 
auo and ha* been running tt ever 
Binra In that tima he haa trained 
tome 1 JOO boya, *nme of wfinm have 
bernme highly capable pmfenalonal 
mualelara 



REPLY rULLOUS 

K«ea came Llie fuUowmg letter 
full of typi'al AnirHtrviig Joie de 
I'ivra and wiitien on prlnu*d /:Us 
'lottery With Ute ttiinple liutcr ifueat 
Aarhnm ' 

"peat Mik. M<l><u*aU KrceiveU 
vour letter and wa>, very =!^l »" 
kh'iw that the Vidoriit Boy: lie:: i 
Lhoiight enough nf me to CtKieldPi 
me one of their favwd mti’lrlau' 

. . . r aliall treasure Ihl* letter ... I 
am ftendlng a dnaen nf my rlKtire 
handkerchief* . . . which you kn^^w 
are ■ part nf me. . . . 

'Every Urn* you *e* me and m> 
trumpet you are aure to *ee t.he*e 
pretty white hankie* . , . P.S I 



while 

the Communlet evening paper. Ce 
Solr. I* down to 190 000 from a 
prevknii 400.000. 

But the drop la laid at tb* dnnr 
of dbiaffected fellow travelen 
rather than full party member! 



NEW . . . HOSRITAL RLANNILITTE HOT WATIR 
BOTTLE COVERS, aack 

A$ HEW . . . ARMY HOUSEWIVES 
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1004 



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given the honor of prr*rntl«g th> 
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uf BrUteh C*tlunibiii 

M ITAnU. DATE 

Tlie ceremony will lake piaet in 
the l,egi*i.iuve Chamber tii Su 
Juliiia on April S. the date aet bv 
Ncwl'Oindlniid Premier Joaeph B 
FiinMlIaciod a* okwI nullable. It wa* 
stated 

ItninrdtHWly fnlhiwmg prorngatiofi 
ot the Britieh Columbia Hoim Mr. 
Arteromb will leave tor NewfiiUnd- 
land Me plan* to reach the bland 
Province the day befor* the rere* 
niuny. 

It «aa atated arrangement* had. 
been made (m Mr. Anacomb to ad-, 
drcKs tlie NeafuunrilniKl Legblature 
on beh.«lf of the Brul«h D'himbta 
leriNJaliiie when he present* the 
m«re, 

mace: on display 

Prior to Ihe ahlpping of the mace 
to Newfoundland ii wlU be on dia- 
play In Blrks Jewelrv fltores In Vic* 



NEW . . . R C.A.F. RADIO lARRHONES. RIattk cata. 
Wertk maar timpi tk«« pritp 



NEW . . LANOLINf 

lafgt tub*, aock 

NEW . . . MONEY 
BELTS 



NEW . WORK 
SOCKS. sM wopl. pah 

USED . . . BLACK 
Maetgemery BERETS 



ha eerrtt Kti* Husfurd 'iiid the 
bu » of the eystem w adjipiltng the 
Inieiwm of the Uglit Danaixuned 
lo the IrenuetH’y of tl*e voire 

lie pddrd 

'IIh! light br.tm lalh on a hght* 
'••neltne rereivn at a dletaitce, the 
'igtialx are xmpliried and tlie flur- 
hiattona are runverled bark lntn 
voire eik'tml'' ” 

Thr tirw ctimrnuiitcauoii v.-.iun 
hHf. a aide beam anK>* which mekra 
It imnei . .-.ary |o luiint II directly at 
tlie r'U'ivrr. Hiixford keid liiu 
makea u m<fi>i for *tup-io**bin, 
Mlr-io*gjr or airplane * to* ground 
I'ommimlcation. 

The, beam tannoi otxraie beyond 
'he horijwm 

MuKf(«rd expiamed that II due* not 
drpciKi on sepaiate ciiannrU a* d<w» 
the rftdiu. M> that roomtunlcuiiotu 
could not berume fammed as thrv 
did at ptaree aurh a* Normandy 
bcachiiewd duiing tlie World War. 



KVANSION. 111 . Mar. 22 INS' 
YVo Northwruem Uruves-.i'v .-c wn* 
tliia retenCy anu'iuoud drielop- 
ment uf »(}uip(m-nt fur h<>idirig nm- 
veraattim* ovei an invUiibie beam of 
lifht which can be aimi-d ao a* lo 
avoid enemy deteetton. 

Prof. Walter 6 Huxlmd and hit 
r*«earrh ae’orlale. Wailare K Wll« 
sort, atild Ihe great adiaiitage of Ihr 
Iight-tieam Aystem of romniunlcatioii 
1 * securit). 

They kald il could be dIr'HMed at 
the receiver like a siwthglil IncOad 
of sprayed om in ail dimthme like 
a radlu Wave. They added Utel il 
would apeed ui> rununaiiindiiiiio m 
the armed force* by making coding 
f)f mev ages unnceef.sarj 

limiE flTO SM'Kl T 






Cninrhy, bite sire ftn>-l'up Cube* 
befp your dog'a teeth keep rli-An, 
Bums bealthv! And Gro-T'up w 
*n/i<f food foot 70' r water like 
Biu«rt canned dog fnrujii'. ]o 3-lh. 
and 25-lb. aixea. . 



USED ARMY GREATCOATS 
Smalt Hiet. rack 



NEW . . AiL-STEEL BOXES WITH STRONG HINGED LID 

OoMilr dfttl or »par* parts b«*ct. 2 «<ia». 

faA'tkS'i te<bet fific aigi6't «M<bp| TSC 

NEW . army CANVAS TOOL HOLDERS. Rattlaproa*. 
Completa vritb »■* tep«« I w 

NEW . ALL WOOL SCAMCN'S TOQUES. QQ<‘ 

Hovv biuf OW 

NEW . . . NAVr STYLE DUFFLE BAGS. Drawstring tap. AITc 
lack . 



Try This Grond 

LUNCH or SUPPER 
TREAT! 



GRO-fUPi 



JEER CUSHIONS. HorMkpir pockaJ 



USED . . . ARMY RUBBIRtZED GROUNDSHEETS. Alta 
larva* ai a cep*. Slaaping bag m* 

NEW . . . ARMY INSULATED WATER BOTTLES, with 
can*** keravtv and ibeulkar ttrsp 

NEW . . . STERILIZED BANNISTER BRUSHES. 

Jumbo lit! 



Tlie devrk>|>meiit of thr eqtiu>- 
ment. hithrrtn ela-u-ifled as serret. 
waa relcaaed tn a digest prepared 
by tha re*e*rch and development 
bnard ot the Department of Oc* 
fenra 

Huxford aaid reception vta the 
Ugiit-beam ayitem lx a* gdud a* 
that on moat tbiephnne*. 

Range, power and design dri iiLx 
af the equipment atlU are clB.xAlfied 



lit ILD GIANT TANKE.R 

STAVANGER. Norway <P' — 
The Inrgeet ahip to be bmlt In Nor* 
way hfu been ciaried here It will 
be a l0,OOO*toii tanker. The ahip* 
yard! have prevunuily built *hlp« up 
In 10.000 ton*. 



NEW . . . NYLON PARACHUTE CORO Appr*iim*t*ly QA* 
SO-teat length* wO 

NEW . ALUMINUM FOLDING CAMR COOKING SETS. Com 

picta vMih carfvmg poch. Ra*. plat* «ed cap. ft 4 AC 

Ideal tar Bar Scout* I 

NEW ... AIR FORCE STYLE SUN GLASSES. «4 Am 

Laatbar caM Regular ta $2 YS I *w9 

Uno . . . CLEANED STERILIZED ARMY SUMMER 8 4 JA 
DRILL SHORT RANTS, aiaartad *ict*. pair I *4w 



USED . . CLEANED AND STERILIZED ARMY SUMMER DRILL 

DRESS JACKETS. 8 4 4 A 

At*ert*d «iie« I 



NEW ..US ARMY FOLDING SHOVELS. 
Wall mad* and durabl* 



USED HOSRITAL JACKETS An *ll-wa*l *Hal* 8 4 AC 
that laak* lik* * *port« fackat. Each I *90 

AS NEW . . . army BATTLE DRESS JACKETS. 8 4 QC 

AM-wool **rg*. Atortad titaa I awW 

USED . GOOD SHARE. R C A. F. LEATHER 8| QC 

FLYING HELMETS I aWW 

NEW.. ALL WOOL SERGE SKIRTS. Wamae • 8 1 Q|- 

dlviilofl R.C A.F. Watat ili* 36 I 

NEW . . . JUNGLE MACHSTTI, US Army. Fa* k*<h. 8A QC 
ing dawn andargrawth Bl*A maa*wr*a IS In*, lang 

USED . . . ALL-RUBBER COVERALLS. Zippar *p*e* 8A QC 
tram nack ta catt. Idkal tor car waakara, tiakarman haw9 

NEW AIRCRAFT INNER TUBES. Litakatt «.■#. 8A QC 
Fa* tka baack a* l«k*. 

NSW . . . ARMY DRESS RAINCOATS- Baiga catar. 8A QC 
Jwft Ilka a eWitian coat Awtartad *11#* 

NEW . . . ALUWOOL BLANKETS Gray. 8A QC 

Maa«ar* S6 v 7B Incka* -lack W*w9 

NEW . . . U S NAVY RARKAS. Jwet in. Yaa knaw QC 

wkat tkay’ra like. All «iat« W*W9 

rants. BA QC 

Fair 0.99 

NEW . . . CRASH HflMETS. Tank carpa atyt*. 8A QC 

Ait aitai W'«v9 

NCW . . .RC A F MAC WEST LIFE JACKnS. 8 4 QC 

Slip* aa Ilka * vatt 4*99 

NEW . LARGE RUBIER INNER TUBES, bam kamkiag planet 
Goad dingky tar tka Ink* Held* 8 4 QC 

appraaimataly S man ^*w9 

MEW . R C.A F, INNER FLYING SUITS. A aavarall-Nk* fk.n, 
that vrppar apan*. taaoNtal matarial. Wkat ar* yaa 8 A QC 

waitieg tae, mata«evcl(*ttr 0*99 

NEW . . ALL-WOOL StllRlMO BAGS. Zippar aMa apealng In. 

na* linad. Camplata whk carniing dwtfla bag 8 4 A QC 

lack l0.O9 

NEW . . . U S. ARMY JUNGLE HAMMOCK Watarwraaf aihkia 
raat." tina nylan ma«k a»da«, nytaa and rakka* *14 QC 
■wpparting card*, atppar aid# apaniag I4a99 

NEW . . . B.C A r. RUBBER AIRCRAFT DINGHIES. Ian »« Mw 
ap, ligkt wetgkt. Camplata wHfc ca*ryt«t kag. ^24 95 



THE COFFEE 
THAT SAVES 
YOU UP TO 



THE GOOD GREEN and GOLDEN 
APPLES for Eating or Cooking 



25<apo0nd ;v 



Maka it tnatanfly 
In cap a* 

calaa maka* 



Here I chtpncM . « • ^icineit . • • Bavour! From firm 
hire to It8t. here'i in exekingty differcnc apple! , , . the 
MjC, Newtown! 



On* aatiitving »ip and yrm H 
dl*ct)«wr that Nettwic hnng* 
you^l (ha Baetmr and “Mi 
•t part, freahiv rtrawad. 
frethly brewwd code* ^'ilb 
Ntacafd vwa gat R«*yen 
CnFH.£a»afy tim*. 

I*rn tha 4*oa. lar maka* 
■hmt u many cup* as a 
pound of ordinary cog** — 
yet coon fo* lets. The b*g 
CiRfUy an* lar tava* aven 



The rn'M-likc green ind golden skin of the g.C. Newtown 
protects 1 luscioui white Besh . • . crisp, juicy, grand for 
packing in lunch hoicca or for between-mea! macks . . 
The world's fioMt Utc Winur mod Spring Apple. fl 

Per P1UI lAUCni PUODtNOSI lAKINOI SALADS! £ 
mnd trand fir lATINO FRESH 



more. And Nctcafr wave 
fr**k m fbc law apoootui 
Netiafe u mad* laan-inttarw 
— right in tha (op. Nnmu**, 
nn hniker. No mt»*v 
groand*. 



drink ntSCAFE AND ENJOY 

TIN Fi*cn eip or eorru to* tni tuteo 



BUYERS IND SELLERS OF WAR SURPLUS 
AND BANKRUPT STOCKS 

1110 GOVERNMENT ST. 







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Sororit\ 

Official 



Pa^Te 10 — Social 



To Be Married April 14 



Parties Are' Arranged 

Prior to Departure 

Personal Notes ^ 



i)ail«T (T (iloniet 



Victoria, B.C., Tbori.. March 23, IfSA 



Naval Familv Return From Abroad 



Mn CUl« OttrtiUier, aa Uitorna- 
liooal ropn^mattve ot Beta fiifma 
Phi frum Kan»a» Cu^'. ow a rucoi 
at a combined merting uf Xl and 
Omicron Chapters held recantiy al 
the home ot Mi.v Nri Etiaarda. 

Mr^ Pcgb>- Jwicc mtmdut'cd Mra. 
Ouemher «*ha perat nied a M<rdct 
Mertms which la to be UH-d a* a 
ruide tor all a«ir<iniv rhaptera. Mra. 
DoroUiy Carr and Mi*a Siilrley 
Baker thanked liie <|)e«ker ■«> be- 
half uf UiPir r»-*t»rciivr cJiapter^. 

Refruhtneiitf were aervol b> ttio 
aiK-laJ cotmniliee under U a I'on- 
venenhip of Mickle Ml>-k]ebu%:>. 



Miss Marguenie Rlchdale, who U leaving for England on Friday, 
wao guast of honor at a party on Tuesday evening given, by Miss 
Edilh Barlow and Miss May King al the home of the latter. 128 
Montreal Street. A handbag was presented lo Miss Rlchdale as 
a farewell gift. Those present were Mrs. N. Adamsun. Mrs. T. 
Beere. Mrs. V. White, Mr.n. R. Paine. Mlaaes Ann Clendenan. D«)reen 
Pendray, Margaret Cunningham. Marjorie Cooper. Betty MacIntyre, 
June Patterson. Paula Stevenson. Molly Ingram, Aghes McCann. 
Kay Newman, Edna GervaU. Marjorie Noel. Angela Clark and Mr. 
Paul Beere. Mr, Bruce Bennett. Mr. Cliff Banks, Mr. Jake SoUowy 
and Mr. Murray Ray. 

Miss Rlchdale was also honored at a lun^eon at the Empress 
Hotel .when Miss Margaret Cunningham and Miss Lillian Smart 
were hostesses. Guests were Misses Prances Campbell, Velma 
Hunter, Elsie Smart, Barbara Barrlck, Laurie Hemming and 



Clubs and 
Societies 



Visitor From Toronto 

"M3&S Adeline Macdonald arrived by plane last week* from Toronto 
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Howell, 'Foul Bay Road 



I'hr mrfttng of the fiemor I.Md>M* 
AuxtUwr>' to i<i Kok}\(tAi 

ha* brrn p<wisvit»ed until Apnl M 



f-M]uimiiit WI will hold « vmd 
party In live euiid Itwll of M PnuI's 
O ferrLvwi Clojtvt) Tliuruiat B pm. 



VIcUtu W 1. Urnmatir Cmb met 
at the horn** of Mr^. a. Budlrr on 
TUNvduy •l(4Tuoot». Mrw. Thomaa 
demonutriiied and lectured on "D*- 
porlmeni" fv41owrd t^r cx^rrUfa. 
Mn O Bower* rw^ a «hort talk on 
•'Rumiina the Prrf-.rmwnce ’* Tha 
next mefling will he heid on Tue*- 
dav al 3 pm *« ilwhotnr nf Mr*. W. 
Jai-kAon. 3AM Graham Street 



Ctnifi* 

wedding will taka place In Si. 
Luke'a Church on Apnl 14 at S 
o'clock. MIm McRae who la a 
graduate of the Royal Jubilee 
Nnepual. ha» choaen a* her 
attendants. Mbs Sylvia Tailark aa 
hrldeamald. and HesatJier Mnrley 
aa ftowrer girl. 



The engagement Is announced 
between Roberta Jean, youngest 
daughter of Mn. McRae. 3391 
Cedar Hill Road, and the late Mr. 
McRae, and Mr Norman Spencer 
Isind. son of Mr. and Mrs. W J 
Land. 1417 Burton Aeenue TTie 



Mr^ G Scougie. who Is leaving shortly tu reside at Matsqul, 
was honored al a farewell party on Wednesday evening at the 
"Home or Mr*. ROii QUudlchy,.1420 McRae Avenue* Those present 



Cmdr R I* Wdland. DSC RCN and Mu. W»4U»»d wlUi Uietr three jrf>r» recently amved *n V»eie*ehK 
■ ;....!• ihfir home here Cmrtr WeVand haviJwn appointi-d captain of HMCB Athabaskwn fi>r the 

U:-5 >lx nmiiOw Cmdr Welland and ho. lomliy tiave been In England, and prior to that, they were ui 
Ottawa f»r 18 rnomlts. Mrs. Welland la pictured above at her home at 1007 6t. Louis ^eet. wnth Tony, 
left, who U three years of age. Chiistopber. 15 months, and Michael who ts almoA six yean old. 



Zeta Chapter 
Entertains 
At Party 



COME ON OUT AND PLAY! 



'Mrs. Rolston 
IWill Speak 



Miss J. Fanning Bride 
Of Mr. Richard Brooks 



lidAtt* iMforiztd 

OVERALLS 



Seta Chapter of Beta Bigma Phi 
held a party at tha Eastern Star 
Hall on Redfem Street, which was 
decorated with St. Pstilrk'a motifs. 
Forty gueels »at down to a supper 
by candletighl. 

8l>ecuil gueeu were Dr. and Mrs 
T. H. Johns, the latter being City 
C*ounrU snrsal sponsor for Bet« 
Sigma Phi and Mrs. Elsie Guen- 
ther. IntemaUnnal visitor from In- 
lematlonal Headquarters si Kansas 
City. 

Tiie following were tn charge : 
Decorations. Peggy Brewer and 
Joyce Cannon, games. Margaret 
Skinner: supper. Isabel Hclander 
and Betty Armstrrmg. 



The small son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Baker, 1909 Richmond 
Avenue, was christened Richard George In a ceremony Sunday at 
Godparents for the child are an aunt, Miss 

Following 



corsage of Talisman roses snd white 
freealas. 

The best man was Mr. John 
Stewart, 

Following the ceremony a recep- 
tlnn mw beM at the home of the 
groom s paTiuils.' vThWf^TTTS gurtr/ 
were received by Mt?- Panning and 
Mrs. BriKik*. the f'-rmer- wearing a 
navy blue wool coat-dreu. close- 
flMing matching hat and rnrhoge of 
yelUiW roaeburiv. Mrn. Bn)nks wore 
a grey wool drev>maker suit, close- 
flttlng black hat and corsage of 
pink rn»ebU(1v The toast was pro- 
po-vd bv Mr William Turgonse 

r>»llnwing a nhnn honeymoon In 
Victoria, for which the bride wt*re 
a mulberry topcoat over her wed- 
ding dre.k., Mr and Mr.« Brooks 
will return to Balt Spring, where 
they are iempfiranly making their 
home. 



GANGES. March 33. — A preRy 
wedding took placa last Tburwdsy. 
March 16. at St. George's Church. 
Ganges, when Ven. G. H. HnimM 
uMt*d bi mamav» Marvew. 



l*ins-«*a/inc r««ron . troai at*- 
t»ri*l« mad* W> taka a Wfatins carStt- 
mt* SfUU darisi*. B*4l«r4 mrsa 
Hotali* anal plalSa »n« U'tani la 
r*li«». fernaa t*a. hta*. s'ran. «lnt 
auM S tA t ernat 



the Truth Centre 

Joan Baker of Sidney, and Mr. Cyril Baker, &n uncle 
the service, conducted by Rev. Emma Smiley, a luncheon was held 
•I the TlOTne of the paternal grandparenLx, Mr. and Mrs. L A. 
Baker, 323 Ontario Street. In addition to the christening parly, 
guests Included Miss P M. Baker, the baby's great-aunt: Mrs. Cyril 
Baker. Mr. J. Peake. Sidney, and Masters Teddle and Raymond 
Baker. Mr. and Mr>, C E. BiV»n are maternal grandparents 



elder daughter of Mrs. Dorothy 
Psnnlng of Ganges, and Mr. 
Richard WUlism Brxoks, eldest vn 
of Mr. and Mr^ J W Brook* of bolt 
bpring island 

The youthful bndr, given In mar- 
riage by her mother, was aUracUve 
in a powder blue gabardine *uti, 
small matching rlose-humg hai. 
while glove*, mulberry-colored ac- 
eesanrteit and corsage of white 
gsrdeiiiM and while heather 

Attending the bride was her 
tuter. Ml'-s Wendy Panning, wearing 
a tailored dress of du.sty pink gabar- 
dine. white glnve^, brown rloM>- 
nttlng hat. matching accrsviiie^ *nd 



SPECIAL— BABYALLS 



In brakto Urm, taiarMy enra* 

In btovB fnrMt (r**n blu* 

InfsnU IITV B ^ 0g 



Mr». R Howard entertained at a mlsceJlancous shower at the 
home of her mother. Mrs. C. Kerr, In honor of MLss P. Delamere 
on Monday evening. The gifts were concealed In a basket deco- 
rated In pink, white and blue. Miss Delamere was presenW'd with 
a rursage of gardenias, while her mother, Mrs. M. Delamere. and 
Mrs. O. WlUlouns, mother of the groom-elect, received corsages 
or pink rosebuds The guexLx Included Mrs. D, A. Weir. Mrs. N. 
P. Melnyk, Mrs. W J. Long. Mrs. W. Humen. Mrs. W. Long, Mrs. 
A. Hicks, Mrs. R. Ward, Mrs. O. Browit. Mm. B. Nicholson, Mrs. 
E Marsh, Mrs A Ovcharlck. Mrs. T. Hinton. Mrs. C. MlUon, Mrs. 
M. Kerr and Misses A Palmer. B. Stoba, H, Smith. G Molin and 
J. Palmer. 



aorr roantanv towo rawTx. 

aiAiU* «mti(b«n4 Urft Mtrh 

•orkcv ... in blu* b(o«n 

»3.98 



2 for 1 SPECIAL 



To Donate 
Prize Money 



BOYS' WHITE 
TAILORED SHIRTS 



TIve Canadian Red Crtwb Society 
had a total membemhlp nf 1.149.717 
senior and junior member* tn 1949 



In hr*\v folinr' with (<>Mg 
»lcr>r« anrt tailMred rr>Uar 
•ivied lor J»»mimrr emn- 
tr.rt. ut». ii'm and 

«ave v»i)iaMc d"n..f>- 
Keg H'>8. 0g 



Brentwood W 1. met recently 
when membera voted lo ccmtinue 
giving prize money amounting to 
1430 to North and Bouth Saanich 
Agricultural Society to be used for 
first, aecond and third prifr* for 
any home-made ojtlclea displayed 
at Die Fall Fair by girls and boys 
of IS years and undetx 

Money was also alloted foy an 
Rns'er gift for the aditpled child 
al the Bnlarlum. 

Bridge partlei are being held every 
aecond Friday m the hail, the next 
one to be held on March Si. At 
the social meeting on March 38 
Mr T. Holloway I will givy a talk 
on plants and demonstrate the cor- 
rect way of apUtiing up of plant 
ronta 



Miss J. Randall Weds 
T. C. Wilfong of Seattle 



Mr*. Clifford Lawson, a recent bride, was gue.->t of honor at a 
surprise shower heW ai ihe home of Mrs. Victor Allen. The honor 
guest was presented with a corsage of yellow roses and a cedar 
chest. 



MLm Jeanne Randitll of Vtrloria «ortea and a cureafe of yellpw robe- 
croMted to Seattle. Woeh., for her *’**‘**- 

S,tura«.,vjua„g.U. Mr w™*"> 

• .. blidr. who lx attending the 

Tburlow Claude Wlltong. Tl.e 

was be.vl 

couple will honeymoon tn CRUfomla | man. 

and on Iheir return will re.vtde on Bhirley Mun-eo played the 

University Way. Beatlle Iradlttonal organ selection*. 

Reverend Dr P P. McConkey ol- The reception, was held a^ the 

ficiated at the qoirt ceremony In Olympic Hotel, where Mrs. George 

the Larttes’ Parlor of Flr'i Prc'b>- Randall of Victoria, aunt of the 

terian Churrii, uniting Jeanne, elder bride in the tbeence of her mothtr. 

daughter of Mr. and Mr*. P P. Han- and Mrv T. C. Wllfong. welcomed 
(tall of Ttodale, Ba.'k . and Thurlnw guesU with the newlywed*. Tlie 
Claude Wllfong. only son of Mr former wore a navy blue drev^makcr 
and Mrs T. C. Wllfong of Tacoma suit wUh white acceasone* and eor- 
The bride, given In murriage b> sage of white flower*, and the 
her uncle. Mr. George Randall «>! groqm* mother chnoe dark blue 
Victoria, waa charming in an after- wool suit with navy acrcMorie* and 
noon frock of while w*wt| crepe, a gWrdenla corsage The table was 
fashioned with noflly rounded ne<k- centred with a ihree-tlered rake 
line. Ihrwe-quarirr length alceves made and decorated In Tisdale, 
and *kin draped to give bustle b*'-x- [ a»sk . and »eni lo the hnde br her 
intereei. A w;hiU feather -hat. d«>e- , parent'. The health of Ihe bride 
tkin sandals and gli>ve.s completed j wa* propoeed by her cmtsln, Mr 
her costume. She carried a white | Demp*ey. 

Testament topped wnh a pink, Pur her going away costume Mr* 
orchid and ahowered with frec-,ia« Wllfong leleeted a navy covert cloth 
Attending the bride a* maid of aull. navy arccAaorlea and rosewood 
honor wa* M»m Jean Phillip* of | gabardine Lupcowt with flower- 
nixt-tonedi trimmed hat in matching rosewood 



Harold $. Timborlakt 



Assisting the hoste.x* were Mr*. C. McKendry. Mrs. A. 
Holland, Mrs. A. Mawson and Miss MargueUte FrabuoL Mrs. E. 
Law.v>n. with her daughter. Miss Evtlyn Lawson, of Duncan were 
among tho.xe present. Other guests included Mrs, J. Jones. Mrs. 
E. Hafkness. Mrs. D Besl. Mrs H. Martin. Mr.x, A. McMillan. Mrs. 
A. Earner, Mrs A. Thornthwalte. Mrs. V. Law. Mrs. M. Anderson. 
Mrs. S. BmlUi, Mrs L. Robertson. Mrs, A Jensen. Mrs R. Whitaker, 
Mrs. 3. Pinnlgpf. Mrs. C. CUffe. Mrs. M. Bonner. Mrs. E. Allan. 
Mrs. A. Butler, Mrs. J. Johnslon. Mrs. V. Oakland gnd Ml.x.ws E 
Trask. V. Clemo, W. Huckln, J. Frabonl. M. Murphy, o. Barner, 
M. LaRochelle. M. Hayward. L Huskln, J. McArthur, E. Bowen. 
K. Simpson, E. Ferrte. W. Chalmers. A. Johnstone, D. Adams and 
V. Ash. 



0PT0MI7IUST8 



447 Yate* Serevt VlcVefla. 8.C 



Hot Cross Buns 
Will Be Sold 



Club Names Mrs. Hodges 
As. Woman of the Year” 



8t. Davids Guild met recently at 
the home of Mr* H. J. 8. Reynolds. 
Cordova Bay Road, with Mrs. K. M. 
Lewi* presiding. The aeerrtajy. 
Mr*. M. FaIrcUiugh. read a report 
from Mr*. J. French, convener of 
the iTcenlly held World Day of 
Prayer aervlce. Sixty women were 
present, 30 of whom took part In 
the service. 

A quantity of sewing for the pro- 
vincial Department of Health 1* 
being distributed among the mem- 
ber*. Mr*. liCwU reported a con- 
signment of woolen material for 
reweavlng ready for ahlpment to 
Pairfield'a In Winnipeg. The mem- 



. TORONTO. March 22 W.— The 
Canadian Federation of Builneas 
and ProfeMlrmai Womrn'a Cluba haa 
chosen Mra. Nancy Hodges of Vic- 
InrU. Speaker of the BrttUh Colum- 
bia Legislature, aa "Woman of the 
Year." 

Mn. Hodges was the unanlmnu* 
choice of the Judges~-Ruth McOUl 
of Regina, federation president ; 
Hilda Heoaon of Winnipeg and Mar- 
garet Wherry of Montreal. The 
award 1* given for ouutandlng 
public aervioe. 

Mr*. Hodges, first woman In the 
Commonwealth to be named Speaker 



of a leglslallve aosembty, wlU at- 
tend the federation's twelfth bi- 
ennial convention in Halifax next 
July as a guest of the federation. 

The recipient of ih« award for 
194S was Mayor Nora Arnold of 
Prince Rupert, BC. 



EDMONTON. Alt*. <Pt.— Edmon- 
ton merchants want the city to atop 
putting cinders on k-y downtoam 
*treeu. Store owners told the 
Chamber of Commerce that "black. 
Inky Blush" carried on the feet of 
ruatomera had caiued heavy damage 
to carpets and ruga. 



Vancouver, wearing a 
gabardine suit with navy blue arers 



Mr. and Mrs. VHeureax 
To Reside in Churchill 



riclmanettea from 19.9f( 

Ramona .16.95 

Barefoot Orijrinal*. 17.95 

VitaliiT 16.95 

and 17.95 



Mlxs Freda Grist, hiidrsmaid for 
her aUter, chose a grey gabardine 
suit with navy blue hat tiimmed 
with flowers, and blue acreasoiie* 
She carried a cwxrade bouquet of 
pink carnation* and while *(ockx. 

Mr. Andrew George attended the 
bridegroom and Mr Charles Walker 
ushered. 

The rvccpUon w*» held at ihe 
bride's horn* where Mr William 
^lawle gave live tnoM Tlie table 
covered with a lace cloth and deco- 
rated with pink moM and Ughted 
while candles In cr)'stal holders, was 
centred with the ihree-tlered wed- 
ding cake. 

The honeymoon will be spent on 
the Mainland, the brtd* donning a 
grey •hnrtit coat with corsage ol 
roses over her wedding outfit, for 
traveling. » 

Mr and Mr* LHeureua wrtll re- 
turn to Victoria before leaving for 
the Manitoba seaport. 



Cliurrhtll. Manitoba, will be the 
future home of Mr and Miw Onil 
■1 l.'Heurejj* who were marr'ed 
Monday evening at PI. Marks 
Churrh. Rev Canon Rnbeit WlUl* 
offirisied at the ceremony uniting 
Dorothy, fourth daughier of Mr end 
Mrs A J. GrUl, 3430 Dougla* Street, 
and ^e eldest *on of Mr. and Mr* 
A. L'Heureux nf Delmaa, 8a*k. 

Tall baskeiA of daffodlB. BT* arj 
■napdragtm formed Ihe *elllng for 
'he service and organ Interlude* 
were played by Mrs. P. W, Moore, 

The pretty bride, given sway by 
her fatlter, wa* attired In a srtne 
gabardine suit with a low coronet of 
flowers In her hair, and black accea- 
•toiiea. A white Bible. iRth pink 
roaes and freeelaa. comfllered her 
costume. 



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met iwcently at the home ot Mrs 
a. 1. laFleur. Oange*. with Mrs 
R. T. Britton In the chair, llie 
treasurer's report showed a balanee 
of 1136 40. 

To celebrate the 13th amihervary 
of Father Larlviere's ordination, a 
shower sraa held during the after- 
'loem when the prlrat was prAwnted 
with home eooklng. a sack of 
grooertes, vegelablea. etc. 



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I dra «'ub Ibb ye&r. but Irould enn< 
, luiut i« atlet piUn fur gMdea 



\Apples With Baked Ham 



Cobble Hill T.I 



lApplc Butter Cupcakes 



Pa,"c 11 — Social 



Fall Piir 

Thv Bht«aig»n L«k* tiuUtut« 
vUi M (uetu -of the Onbbla HUl 
WT. -Mnmmf m 

Ur». 8 C B(«ndAM wu Id Ut« 
ehAlr. »od ir* Mr*. 

H A Hum %n.t Mn Johiutcvn. 



iJuKc. otM>*hAlt ieMi«<>on mH. three 

fUiTAr. 

Mix Appl' . (Uar.' . iemnn juice. uUt 
‘ xnd eugxr. MuUiea vtth mayuD- 
uxi^ ftud nux ui''r«.>u(hi> CluU. I 
Isene on *l\redd(*il tetiuee and fxr- 

I iu&h wiUi ouiyunuKUc uid ciwpHrii 

nuu. 

INICLCEhAM 

I And U you have ■ retrlyeraiur. 

I there alwajre apple toe cream for 
r deaeert 

Ingredieiiu: Two cupe imted 

I Mpplee 4 four medium applet • . one* 

I heU cup fruit eugar. oue-heli plot 
, viuppiof cfctun. 

Orate the unpMled applaa and 
I after grating a email amount, meae- 
i ura and eptinkle with pan of the 
jaugar tu prevent ducuknaUun. Cun* 

I unue grating until two cupa of apple 
I are ineaeurrd. Whip cream and fuld 
into apple mixture. Bervee atx 

Thia >ame recipe may b« uaed fur 
. apple charlotte Fold in with whipped 
' cream. * 'a iablaepuoiu geiatm eoakad 
‘ to oiW'quarter cup cold water and 
I dtaaotved over but water. CbUl unUj 
firm. Serrea au to eight. 

^ Spiced Bp£la Juice atU be a new 
treat for the family. 

liigrcdienu; Tao and a hall cupa 
apple juice. ooa-haU teaapoon cider 
vinegar, ala clovca, one itirk clnna* 
man one teaepoon augar. 

Add oUier ingredleoU to appla 
juice. Bring to boU. Remove from 
Arc and cooL Strain. CblU well be* 
fore aervlng. 



By EAT RF.X 

OTTAWA. March n Ch. — The 
boujwwUe may not believe ti. but 
expeiia aay the apple now Va con* 
•Idered almoat aa vmatUe ae the 
poiatb ^ 

Home ecuQoaUJte of the rnneumrr 
aecUon. DoounUm Orparunent of 
Agnculture. aay that wtOle applet 
fltUl bold first plaoa for plea and 
deaaeru. they also have gained favor 
In and picltiaa In addUion. 

Uiey have come to be appreciated 
In meat diabea. 

A half cup of grated raw apple, 
added to beef atew or to chicken 
coup, glvee a new and intercaiing 
flavor. 

Applea baked imh ham alao are 
a epcclal treat. 

Ingrediente: Ohe elite of uncooked 
bam 'about l'« Inchea thick >, one 
U-aepuon dry muiurd, two teaipikma 
vinegar, two applea. one*b«U cup 
brown augar. one teaepuuo butter. 

Trim rmd from ham Mix muMard 
and vuiegar Ujgeiber and apread on 
: bam. Sllca applea tblbly and apread 
in layera on ham. Sprinkle with 
brown auisr and dot with buttar. 
Baka In a moderate oven iSM) de* 
greea Fahrenheit' unlU ham la ten* 

\ der— about 45 mlnutea. 

CfUOD IN HAI.An 

Applet era alao esceUeotin aalad. 

Ingredlenta: l^ur cupa tart ap* 
plea <cut in amall pleceai. one cup 
diced datea, IS teaapoona lemon 



Dailii ColoniBt 



Victoria, B.C., Thora.. Merck 23, 19S# 



COBBLE HILU March n — At 
lUc regular uuteung ol the Cobu.k 
HUl Women'a Inntiiute hfld r*eeni- 
ly. in Cobble HjU Hall, U w»< de- 
cided that the inauiute would not 
ftponaor the .vbool childrens gar- 



By THE (TlKr 

My gTBDdnxilher uecd to keep a 
big crock of her own apple butter 
In the cool roency of the aiororoam. 
and many a delightful duh came 
forth from her ekiUed bando. 
embodyink tteneropa amownie of the 
iuael'tua atoff. One of the beat. a» I 
remember, wu a piatler ol apple 
eupeakea *- tbalr wonderful texture 
and deUdoua. fruity flavor la froab 
in my mind today. 

She made them up at the huge 
Minded uble bi the middle ol ihe 
farm kitchen, and there waa alweya 
a liije of children U>r*ped around 
her. walling ImpatlenUy to Uck iho 
bowl when the cakee had gone Into 
the oven 

Plrat. grandma elfted together 1 
cupB aifted flour inowedaya we uae 
cake flour In auch a recipe*, with 1 



t«aapLH>n baking powder. S teaaponn 
■alt, S teajpoon aoda. and a pinch 
of ginger. Then ahe rreamod W cup 
ahortenlng with 1 cup of augar. and 
beat them well. Then in went an 
egg and more beating. Half a cup 
of apple butter— a gcueroua ball** 
S cup chopped, peeled applea. '« 
cup chupped nutuieaU, and cup 
ralaiaa were wurked la. Laat. the 
flour mixture waa added alternately 
with S cup milk Um batter being 
byeien tngoruuaiy efter the addi- 
tion of each. Grandma baked the 
rakes m creaeed cupcake pana. in a 
fairly hot oven, for 90 to 26 mlnutee. 

Theae oakea were the beat poaalble 
accompaiumcnt to a Uli glaaa of 
oootl rleii milk, and were good either 
hot or oold— or ao I waa told; I 
don't remember that they ever 
laated long enough even to cool off I 



era ^t-pn»ol; fiilLUagtit door »i(li flbgrr-tiu 
Taff«*l lioer I.atrh: aU-porrflam. twin nv-iraiara that raa lie 
era'-lird to make room iur verr large artjrlra; Krigvlairr QuJl•k^b• ire 
trays; lamoua MHer-Mieer mechamwn that o*» onlv a trirkfr of rurrent. 
And wbro voo aM* them. gah. iouk lor Uui fruidaira emhh-m on the 
do'..r that idenu&ea a geouioe AiguJal/e— made only iy (kuaral Uotoral* 

Bperiof/y Decfgned Fet Yout iHtfhrm CenraniVnrv . . . thi* da1tar*valu# 
/\U£Ot CotiiatM'! he VoL'itoJor ,ust 

^ ® irnla to cwver niaiTmgT But apn»i 
. , for It aoon berauea Ujm rr ruug hki* hot rakiw< 

Thia handy jui» e eontanv^r ■ uolirtakahir ~ !i'>n-toiic • s; lU-prool and 
H h'lhla five rups of left-over juieas. Store the c<m»auier m jouf refrigar* 
a'or M loog ae you bke h^a'iM it **iwab m" the 
Vilamiaat forrtmr»,$implr$rn4m* — BurbormlUfM. 

1411 CrvM-eNi SU, ifonrreef. F.Q . — « J5c Fotial fl 

or poatag* alempa end oa« lah«j fy^m m Hll^' V 
Boxrit rurdtol or C.onronUmt 0 haulm. iThe kbc) 

«'>m*a off ea«ly when aovked iq *»nn water for a few i A- * 
minut^ 1 By the way, if you've never tried IlOVRjL ' 

in, rooking — you va a real treat cimiog to you I Bovnl ^ 



COATS and SUITS 



Susar Content of Fiss 
Renew Flasslins Energy 



elnatlng fruiu. figs rank Juat about 
top* In ancient dayi tie chief 
merit lay in the fact that It could 
be dried, and thua aerve aa food 
over long perloda of time, and was 
easily transported on desert treka. 
We know today that equally import- 
ant U the Busar content of the 
fig. which renews flagging anerglrs 
aa did the chocolate bars of the 
recent wars. 

Pisa are believed to have come 
from Araby to Syria. Prom there 
they made their way to larael. 
Burly Phuenlcian traders carried the 
fruit to their African colonies. Later, 
the early Greeks planted fig trees 
In their colonies. And finally, the 
Romans carried the fruit to sU 
the temperate cUmatei of Europe. 

Fig.v were planted by Spanl-sh 
mtaalunarlea In California before 
the American Revolution — these 
' ,n became the famed 'Mlasdon' 
variety. Thew were black wlih 
small aeed<) and s special flavor 
much admired by gourmets. Later 
the ‘’Adrtailc" and lha ’'kadota** 
types were imported from Italy, and 
about lOOO the *CaUfflyma'' was 
introduced, from Smyrna. 

But the Callmyma proved to be 
a problem child. It retu.*ed to ma- 



Caprl figs out of Smyrna Theae 
were not to eat. but— they were 
the home of tiny waapa tliai live 
In the flgs during cold weather 
CafBl fig trsea were planted near 
the Callmymaa — and as soon as 
warm weather comes, the waspa 
emerge, and fly to polHiutc ttw 
ChUmymaa If there were no wasps, 
there would be no Calimymas. 
l'8B IIBISU MGS 
For the maiorlty of the year we 
rely upon dried figs even as did 
the ahclettU. But at certain aeaaons. 
In certain localmea you can (md 
green or purple fresh figs In markei 
—and here U the beat treat of all 
Eaten "aa la." or with cream V.x 
breakfast they have a flavor and 
taxture dlffereni from any other 
fruit in the world. 



Salmon Rich in Vitamins 



Tlie Canadian diet, espircially for 
growing children, requires adequate 
quautlUas of vitamin D— and everr 
mother's problem Is how to Intcrv't 
junior in vliamln-rirh foods A good 
aoluikm mw be found in Brltuh 
Columbla'a femoui canned aaltnon 



Dietitians and medical authortiiei 
rritard canned salmon as an excel 
lent soune of the vitamin which 
pri vents rlt keij. 

Sulniun. either red or pink 'equally 
nutritious) is midllv adaptable f<-r 
a nunilwr of delirlnus diidir.- for Ihr 
Cunadian dinner table The follow- 
ing recipe fur siaUoped salmon U 
very good; 

M'ALI.OrMl SALMON AM> 
F01 ATOLb 
I 8-os Can talnxin 
1 medlum*sired |>otatofa. pecl*d 
and thinly sliced 
1 teaspoon minced onion. 

4 lablaspooiis general purpose flour. 

Salt 

Pepper 

IH cupa milk. 

Crush soft bonea and flaka eal- 
mun: reserve any oil that remains 
In can. Arrange layer of potatoes In 
greased baking dish Add S of the 
ulmon and onion Sprinkle with ^ 
of fhiiir and a dash of salt and pep- 
per. Make another layer of putatoea. 
Add rvmainmg salmon, onion and 
flour Cover with remaining pota- 
toes. Pour on milk, then oil from 
canned salmon. Bake In moderate 
oven JMl drvreet P for I hour 



proud with a 

iKsutiful cake. ' 

AeuJ isn't ii easy 
—with 8 ft A X9 f '.'A 

DOft.V CAKC 

FLOl'R Fur 8 waas T)owa is eapa* 
eialty made (or better cake making 
—expertly milled, sdUd and sided 
Obtil 27 liuiig as fine as ordlaarV 
flour. It hu tskro the out o( 
my cska baking, luyhtrr, fintfier 
and thurougUly deLciobs eakea^ 
for party or for everyday— ara not 
just mattcri (or cooiecture, but 
aLeulota certainlies. ft'betbsr it's 
a cbocohta, aagel-food, iayaf or 
plain white caka, I know it will be 
perfert mwle with Bwana Doan 
Cake Flour. 



Jbiaafag Omt Of /decs for (isty 
Leii'vn mealsT Then jroull be 
glad to kouw that on every park- 
aga o( KKAFT DINNKR thera 
acreral help(ul eiiseesliuoal 
I>l»csooe “Kraft Ihtme^t It'e a 
wooderf'il macarooi -and* ehf eaa 
eombiiutiao that cooks to ta«lv 
j^litnres m onfg 7 mmulM/ lie 
c<> Tcnr easy to pre}>are . . . and 
ao wo^crlullv eruBniniral. One 
package of ^Kraft Dinner” wm- 
tains enough (or e main dish for 
four — at just a few pennies a 
aerviogl 8 o (or truly aconomt eal 
^ cdThpletely delicious — Lenten 
BmaJs . . . uk your groecr tumor- 
vow (or “Kraft DmaBr"l 

Bay 5oaia BefgAl FsUow ftibben 
. to tia around 
\ \^Iii-.-.2\this most woD- 
'^darful Easter 
Gtdl.. thefani* 

TF]Jk'^ 7 > ous MORPH Y- 
Jr/^ RICHARDS 

fuDw AllTi'- 
MATICET.El'- 
TRIG TOAST. 

ER...(rnm yon — with leva to 
your itioiher— your aieler— your 
daughurl Ur— from your hiuband 
to you! This fully aulomaiio 
toaster With its wonderful aris 
timprm'rmeaft will i<e a prise<l 
houscKokl poaeewioQ for many and 
many a yaart Tba exL-vUent wurk 
of aiiiUcu Rriiuh era/tsmea — tie 
r< >t IS amasmgly low . . . just 
50 at lesdin| departmaot st'irre 
and Uealfirvt Wriir lo 
Ixira Breni, If/I f.Veirrnl 8l.« 

Mattttrml. PJJ. — /t»e l/iit /reo 
At>oA/«l desrrifring thf ironders 
of lAe .tforpby.Kie/iards Eltrtrie 
loattrrl Its full of facie you'll 
wriQi to knowl 

f Doa’i Hat* T* Tall Yarn that every girl wante amoolber. prettier, 
|r»Q|ef.Usting curb after a bnuia permanantl ft’sU— 
thev're you't when vnu give vouraelf a KiniARD 
m?nNirrUOMErKK.MANENTl\ouiee.itsreeUy m ^ 
lha Waving Lotion that makes all the difference m a H €F'-^ .11 

“perm”— and Waving Ix>tlno usi»l in the mar- 
yrlous Kirhsrd Uudout Home Permsaent u T?*"* mors 
e^srfKs thin other home permanent waving lolion.vf 
That • a srientifip fact, proveil by indepco'l' nt reeeareb 



By THE i Htr 

For thciae of you who observe Fast 
Onya stnctly durutg the Lenten 
.v-ason. I reconunentf a lime bean 
loaf with peanut grsv)'. 

OU a bread pan. and dust U with 
Aue dr> crumbs, making a complete 
lining. 

Combine 9 cupa of cooked, mashed 
lima beana, S cup' of chopped 
cooked carrots or peas, W cup of 
minced sweet green peppers. 1 tea- 
spoon of salt. '« teaspoon of pepper. 
W teaspoon /)f thyme; 1 tablespoon 
of enriched flour, and H cup more 
of bread crumbs. 

Fut In pen and bake until firm in 
a moderate oven. Unmold and aerve 
aith peanut gravy made by combin- 
ing I tablespoon of buuer and 1 
tablespoon of vegetable fat— then 
stir In S tablespotms of peanut but- 
ter and 9 tablexpooni of flour. Grad- 
ually add m cups of tomato juice, 
salt end pepper to taste. Conk (o 
boiling and aerve. 



Fresh Lemon 
Ice Box Pie 



, . . for bt^uiy ui de- 
sign sod luperlstivs 
stvljng. these smart 
fitw iiiifs and ensta ait 
vour trcs«iiTe<l rhoirc 



Sausage, 

jSpaghetti 

Casserole 



Sparked by g'-nd Isah- 
ioD and qualitv fshrics. 
they mesiitre up to year 
cxaciing ixiie. 

An early selection gives 
you better sitnlxction 
rUn now to shop st 
LftVF'S. 



By THE CHEF 

A sausage and spaghetti caiaerole 
la a good way to ease the budget 
along, and alao to feed a tired man 
on a nippy March nigbt. 

Take 1 cup of cooked spaghetti, 
end line a greased casserole aiih it. 
Put In a layer of thinly aliced Ber- 
muda onions, and top the«e with 
small couked pork sausages- 
Meit 9 tabirepuuns of bu:ter. add 
Is cup cat*up and *s cup of water, 
and pour over the stmagr^ 
Cover the caxverole. and bake In 
a moderete oven until onions are 
soft, and mixture Is well heated. 



Budget 

Termg 



Lodge Plans 
Reception 



RuTsenTong 

By THE C HEF 

The Chinese mike a lovely green 
soup which they call "Ru Taen 
Tong.” It Is as delicious as It Is un- 
usual. 

Wash 2 pounds of watercreM. and 
chop U. Peel and wash a half-inch 
plere of ginger, and chop It. together 
with 1 elovc.of garlic. Chop enough 
beef to mak^ '« cup and then melt t 
teaspoon of peanut oU In a krtUc. 
Put In the garlic, gtnger and meat 
and brown Them. Add 10 cups of cold 
water and t teas|>o(>n of salt. Bring 
to ths boiling polni. and add the 
watercress. Otok until ingredients 
are tender, but not mushy Serve. 



At a meeting of Inland Temple 
No. 9. Pythian Slaters neld at the 
K of P Hall Ilnal arrangcmeiii.’ 
were made for the otfleial visit and 
reception of Grand Clitef Mrs Pearl 
Palmer of Rossland on March 21. 

A banquet wUl be held prkff^ U 
the meeting at 6 pm at Lougheed's 
Banquet Club. Members wishing to 
attend please contact Mta B Peck. 
0 4381. During the evening Inl- 
tiainry ceremonies will be exempli- 
fied for a new member. 

A birthday tea has been planned 
to celebHte the 44th birthday of the 
temple st the Douglas Room. Hud- 
son's Bay Company on April 91- Tlr- 
keu for the tea may be obtained 
from the convener. Mrs v Barry 



' Nolliln}; gives 

an no'ch saliUacHoti 
lo so many pt-»ple 
( at to little emt 

Everyday ” 
AFTERNOON TEA 
Your Friendly P/ck-me wp 



Dressings 
For Salads 



ftt VIEW tTRLET 



By THE (HEF 

A lady has written to me. asking 
for a bunch of cooked salad dress- 
ings. “the oM-fashluned kmd. " Well. 
I remember a lot that Grandma 
used to dish up, especially the one 
•he usad tor cole lUw. Bhe aUp used 
It with potato salad. 

6ha l^at one egg lightly, then 
added \ cup of milk Then she 
mixed together two tablMpoons of 
flour. l'« tablespoons of sugar, one 
teaspoon of mustard, one teaspoon 
of salt, and a few grains of cayenne. 
These she put in the top of a double 
boiler, and added the milk mixture 
gradually. She eooked all this over 
hot water for about Icn mlnutsa. 
until the mlxturs thickened. Then 
she sddrd two tablespoons of butter, 
and N cup of mild vinegar. 8be let 
this cool, and then poured It over ihs 
shredded cabbage. Wonderful! 

Then there is a cream cooked 
dressing that Is good Hnit together 
ts cup of vinegar, one teaspoon of 
butter, and two tablespooru of sugar 
In the top of the double boiler. Beat 
the yolks of three eggs, and when 
lemon colored beat In S teaspoon 
of aalt, H teaspoon of mustard and 
some cayenne. 8Ur the hot vinagar 
mixture Into the eggs, return Ui 
double boiler, and stir over hot water 
just until thick Fold In the whipped 
cream Immediately befi>ra serving 

A “Trensparent Dressing" is also 
a honey Mix in a saucepan *4 cup 
sugar. >4 teaspoon mustard, ft tea- 
spoon cinnamon, two teaspoons of 
cornHtarrh. and ft teaspoon of salt 

6 ur into LhU '4 eup lelndB jUlcs 
and ft cup vinegar, plus ft eup of 
water and a tablespoon of m Hired 
onion. 81 ir until the d re wing be- 
comes clear and slightly thick. Strain 
out the onion and let cool If you are 
a hardy soul, tiss garlic vinegar. 

And with tho dandelion green 
season coming up, don't forget this 
one— Cut Ulree slices of bacon in 
small pieces with scissors Cook over 
low heat and then stir In ft cup of 
vinegar. Heat through, and pour at 
ooot over dandelion greens or 
•hraddsd Isttuos. Add saH and 
popper to taste. 



expertsi That means atnyngcr. vj-rmgier curls that $lnu sml tl.st r^*oi\.l 
ilka msgie to vour combiagt 80 xmw know wbv itirhard ITu'laut is 
mv alioiee ami ahr 1 urge you to make it your cboioe, tool 

A TamAfedown Shark msv be all verr wefl In sentlroental diUirs, but 
^ nuet of us have Ion tn'ich Bclf-m*iieit lo tolerate 

s \ I / ofiY dierepair al*oui Hie |>ou*e. Matter of fact, right 
AgE - '.X Bt'W msay of aty fneods are flanning r'^pai's so4 

mldilioos to lieautify ai»l iiupruve ihvir Lumrs. It's 
V really a lot of f'ta to gri tor < her wtik friend hiiU*y 



/ YOU'VI NEVER KNOWN lEfOREI 
IREATHTAKINGIY lEAUTIFUl 



to pmt the litil* —or big— chsogea which will add 
" to the a<tra>'t<vpor« or roorenience of your borne. 

.. And hefe'a the perfert way to 6asoc« Ihf'ie rbaograt 

* ... if vou're al’fe to repav a loan without too sr«at a 

gtraio 00 the family budget, you 11 fiml Utat the DANK OF MONl nEAL 
wiU b« glad to advaace you g Faraonal Lorn to eovac bome-improvemoBt 
fspentre. Wby aot pay a eali — with your busbaod — oa ymr aearret 
BofM maaagar loaorrowT You 11 find him ioUraeied and belphil — 
aed ynu'U be pleased at tha low met. tool Only 97 eents a Booth (or 
each tlOO b o n o we d , wbea repaid tn 13 monthly instalmeots I 

Leee/y Hair la 5« Important a 

S} pan of pe 

Vt appstian'^ 

Vw any aew 'l-Kcv-lp 

is worth in^eai-^, * 

\-C^t why I firsi^^ET^ / 

y )t^{ lne.1 KREMlHI^ ^ T' * 

/ fi HAM 1*00^^. ^ 

laaa Than A Pannr A RotA for so with tlie pew “mirscV' togrrdient 
murh good nourithreeotT Vre, rxHvd •'Fol»ssn'' thst leaves yirur 
that s tba low eost of delielons • eleaulmim 

Wumia 'CREAM OF WHKAT“I 

r, II.- i. i.r 4 / pool It leaves e\ea Ufrlew-KMikinc 
^o wooder Its a breakfast fav- red«nr wUb oatwal ,h.an-! 

eurile in so many thousands 01 |j,j. h[rMB| bhampoo has a asiuraf 

Cansdian hrusssl I Mixuts «tf base. Doesn't dry out your hair 
“Cream of NYheal" eooks to aatm- as shampoos hssed no s deterg>-Dt 
smooth delieioumsse ia jun fire formula l#ed to dot 8ince seeing is 
minutes of boUmg. It’s ao good— l»h<4i&g-why not lake this grand 
and so good /Of you ... for. did oprcrrU«,iy to try out KremI 
rm kn«w?-il prov.dee Iron and 

ddlctant m theas stements. Try |g|l reescewi . 4 i., M#ni. 

It — soon t It's specially ta^y rewf, F.(j. — snefes/ng Die and 
Sprinkled with niaitis 0 * apnents, I'll rend yam m rrymlmr $0r kotUa 
brown sumx and errami of Erenf Shompoot 

Ham At Lari the ferann “famme" w oyer...and there are p-t-e n-t-v of 
fresh Califomia lemons for eveirbodyl ...plump, nji.-. 

/wiev, Jins ooesi toot That's why ytiu can afford to huy f 

tbara br ths dosen agaia an>l use thus hbetally 10 oU 

tba wave you used to... 10 desserts, fruit and vagrtaMe ^ 

luicas, salad drammgs and pies, tea and oLb«r trtais. A 

word to ths wisa. though ... for the ^ntit. futeirtt lemons « 

OB ths market bo sure to aek for fre«h California jML 

8UNKIST loffloos when you buy I 

Fhereft ffewiscUitf Akomi Brattwmra thstft err homeliLs. Bram 

f caadketicka that glow is caadlsligbl — brass door-knorksrt 
that give a sbecry wvleome lo giisets. Possibly that's why 
thsrsv siiah a revivai of bramware m boms ds^<wa- 
tioD. lib psrfscthr Is toss with egatsmporary furaishia^ 
— psrfeetly brovii/wi wbeo itb p<jlisbr<l rtwloriy! Bui bs 
sure to poUiE It with BRAhSOt It's so rvrv easy to uss - 
lor. you ass. this poluh is msiie apeoally for brami 

’A Umar From A Reeder Sere^'T'i^ glad T read sbout EOKITOM 

M TOUT aohimsl It's difhoilt to find out about the 

beet method of ftmiaiiw bvgieor as it's ant a widely L - iL 

disrumed aubjsei. I'd lost Ilka to say that Znoiliwe ara ^ ^ 

as effsciiv* as I'd hoped they'd k»t* Yre. thousamls 

of ammeo fiod ZooiUwe ths wmst mtisfartorT method 

of (aminine hygirse. Tbeee grease If — stamlem— 

•Bow-wbits vag^ suppoaitonas are dataller — more ' 

eooveaiaat — powarfulnr panaiddal, pel shso/ale/y 

sa/s 1 « daUaata ttatwet.' For frank facts ahcsit the uasortast subjeet ol 
feniatne braieas — s/mpiy •rise (• ate^ Bmrkora Areas. J41i Cram 
nsml As., NsaieswL F.(/i sad VB aamd yarn m frm hes U s S la m p U m 
\mrappar. 



KROE^IER 



PYRAMID 

HANDKERCHIEFS 



[With Oysters 



THREE-PIECE lUlTEB FROM 



-That old BilUsh favorlla. Annan 
haddle. oiaksB Its de>but to a new 
gala fashion— with uyiisit. 

800 k 9 cups of flnnsn haddle for 
90 mlnutsa. Then sUnmer H tn a 
UtUs water until oooked. Flake It 
Into nice medtum-stsed piscss. 

Heat t pint of oyxtsrs la their own 
Liquor until the edges start to curl 
sad ths oysters plump op. Add 1 ft 
sups of cream aanot, pha tbs finnan 
haddle. 8 Ur and jtxit stoMnsT for I 
mlnaiss. and seasoo wen with * a 
dash M hlaok popper and 



.HOf-Hl 



k lt% DOWN PAYMENT WPI Place This Pbm 
KROBHLBR SUITE In Tour Homs 



A TOOTAL GUARANTEED PRODUCT MADE IN ENGLAND 



MEN'S 45^ dr 5 fer lir 'VOMEN'S 25^ 



•21 FORT BT 



PHONE BSlJt 




t 



\ 



I 




Issues/ 



DO YOU GET ALONG WITH YOUR HUSBAND? 



Change in Method of Testing for T.B 

HriuiiS l*roiests From Sei era! 



Pacje 12 — Local 



VENETIAN BLIND LAUNDRY 



24-Hour skkvic 






WK CALL AND DELIVER 
Ju«t Phone B 4121 for Fr»t Ettimat* 



Exiiihition of \\iater (iolors at Gallen 



Mr. Keimry rTporicci that plana 
for a new unit of ZS4 fteda were 
completed. U would be built on 
5^ Avenue In Vancouver, away 
from the Mivoke and nolae. 



Annuuncemei .1 that mobile cUnka 
. . frra x-raya for T.B. would 
be diacuotlnued brought protesla 
from members of. Ibe Legislature 
yesterday Piupose of Ute cllnlca Is 
to discover cases of TJB. in the 
early sUgea. 

Acting Health and Welfare Min- 
uter £ T. Kenney salu Ute health 
and welfare depurtnienl planned 
to abandon Ute truck-mounted 
clinics in favor of placing minia- 
ture X-ray equipment In 34 boa- 
pUals Utruughout the province. 

Following tite protesU, Mr. Ken- 
ney promised that ihq plan would 
be 'given more conslderatloo before 
being put into effect. 

LXPLALN8 C HANGE 
Explaining the propoeed change, 
Mr. Kenney said mass aurveys lose 
their appeal aft«r the first two 
nr three visits. There were more 
and more broken appulntmenta 
after the first survey. 

Cost per discovered rase went up 
with each survey, the minister 
said. In 1M6. 994KM) X-rays were 
taken and 121 artive cases dis- 
covered at a cost of 4215 a case. In 
1941 there were 155.000 X-rays 
with R7 raM>a discovered at a cost 
of 4520 and In l»4a. with 127.000 
tests, there were 48 rases discovered 
at a cost of 4955 a case. 

,It was considered more eMtiumiical 
to place units in hoepilals where 
all paUents will be tested as Crell 
as cases referred by doctors. They 
will still be free to Uie public, he 
■aid. The Government wtU give 
the equipment to hospitals on loan. 

TIiOl'hANDS TOOK TESTS 
J. G. Gould (CoallUon.^ancouver- 
Burrard > attacked the mlnister'a 
logic. Tlie fewer rasea discovered 
each year the better, he aaJd. The 
best possible gttuauon would be 
where only one ease would be dis- 
covered. If the program coat a mil- 
lion dollars, one ease would then 
cost a million, but it would mean 
T.B. was virtualljr wiped out 



Mrs. Tilly RoUton {Coalition. 
Vancouvcr-Polot Grey* read a re- 
port atatlng there were more than 
100 TB. padenta unable to get Into 
hoepUal. 



SUN RAY VENETIAN BUNDS 

, 2810 QUESNEL ST^ 



Ei(|uuilelT <WaiEne<l, •ipertly baadcrgftrd in our own 
ergfuhops, thus BMurinE unriemlled ealu« and 
readr aTailabtbt? of matebiog aooeaaoriea. 
Although wrarv pt«rr may (nirchasrd 
•eparatelr, the prices quoted are for 
tbred-psecr seta includini; mifTor* 
hair brush and eocnb. 



— ColonlM 

Viewing exhlbltlun of water colon by city artist, B R. Berrick. now on display at Arts Centre 
Gallery, 823 Broughton Street, are Mrs. P. A. Cou.5land and B. L. Stone Sketches were made 
during trip which took Mr. Beirl^lc to England. Scotland, fiance, Belgium* and Luxembourg 

during Spring and Summer of 1949. 



Lady Alexander 91.50 Victoria M.OO 

Lady Joeephina 17.00 Veniae 52.00 

Acadia 42.50 Carlton 44.00 



Mav Reach Agreement 



Lady Cafneboroagh 00.50 

avAtLABta cn» emxs' auDoar naa 
tew OOWN-akUnc* a> M Hoalhlir esrsmW 



McNeely Du Bow, rlce-pre^denl 
of ths Aluminum Company of 
Canada, arrfvn in Victoria today 



to rniume db^ustsiuris with Pro- 
vincial Government authorlUea on 
the firm'a prnpoaed multlmllUon- 
^ollar plant ts West Central British 
Columbia. 

Hf told The Canadian Press In 
Vancouver yesterday that the eon- 
ference^wlU be aimed at reaching 
an agreement under which the 
Province would ^cence the company 
to proceed with the gigantic 
development, estimated to cost 
tetween 4350,000.000 and 4500.000.000. 

A major project connected with 
the proposed plant would be har- 
nesalng of water sources to develop 
1.600,000 horsepower for It. y 



He contended thousands of 
people in Vancouver took tegta at 
mobile clinics, who never would 
have gone to the free clinic estab- 
Uahed many yean ago In Vancou- 
ver. 

Bald OUUs (CoalJtbm. 

Tale) this 

the less you like It” 

The hospital insurance ecrvlce 
wanted to get people out. of hoe- 
pltal as soon as possible/ and ons 
way was to discover T3. early. 

W. A. C, Bennett (Coalition. 
South Okanagan) called a “retro- 
grade step.** 

HOSPITAL FILL 
Dr. Gillia also claimed that the 
TranquUle sanitarium near Kam- 
loops was being “sabotaged’' In 
favor of Vancouver. In Vancouver 
he said, there was little but noise, 
rain, fog and fire alarms. T B. 
paUents needed clean fresh air and 
a good diet away from noUe to 
they could have plenty of rest. 

*T hat« to say it," he said, “but 
DO paUents can be admitted in 
Vancouver over the wreek-end ~ 
they might have hemorrhages.” 



Cfoes-country irtovemenl of Ca- 
nadians swung slightly eastward 
this month, the report Issued by 
W. R. Bons. regional director of 
family allowances, seenu to Indicate. 

During the month 949 families In 
fecelpt of the allowance left British 
Columbia, and 242 came in from 
•Lher parts of the Dominion. 

Allowances went to 154J67 faml- 
Vfs with 299.S38 children— an all- 
ttms record. Steadily mounting Al- 
lowances psyments retched I1.7U,- 
233— an average per family of III 44. 



WE LLE AS 

20A 70g YATES ST. 
PHONE B4241 



PORT ALBERNI. March 32.-Tbe 
City of Port Alheml wound up 1949 
with a debt of 473,558. The aaseas- 
ment roll totaled $7,283,605. with 25 
per cent of Improvements taxable. 

There are 1769,750 worth of out- 
standing bonds and 4465.660 of un- 
issued bonds. A linking fund of 
$78971 was on hand at December 
81. This wss I16.132 more than re- 
quired. 

Government grants received were ; 
motor vehicle licences, 412.095: 
Social services, 418.752 and social 
service and municipal aid tax, 450,- 
533. totaling 481983. 

Albeml City Council held a aperlal 
meeting Wednesday night to start 
preparations of estimates and a 
budget for the year. 



PI RKE HVAStRd APPEAL CA8EH 

DUNCAN. March 22.— Judge L. A. 
Ilanna sustained the oonvicUon of 
J(^ph Sllyey. Chemalnui. who was 
fined 4200 for Illegal fishing In a 
glased area near Bare Point tn 
Btuart Channel last October. Wil- 
liam Dawr abandoned an appeal 
against a stmllar conviction, but ap- 
pealed a fine of $350. The court re- 
duced Dawe's fine to 4200. 

Appellants m-ere ptirse seiners. 
They were represented by Henry 
CastllWi. K C . Vsneouver. P. R. 
I^lghtnn appeared for ths Crown. 



Traffic Deaths 

I 

In Province 
Said Shocking 

I Number of deaths rssulUng from 

I automobile accidents In British Co- 
lumbia is “shocking,’' according to 
H. 8. Hlpwell. president of the B C. 
Automobile Aasoclatlnn. 

Toll of dead In 1947 was 49. 41 In 
1948, 43 In 1049, and nine to date 
m 1950. Mr. Hlpwell said. 

I He urged pedestrians to co-operate 
In safety prngnuna. 

I nrCREANK IN 1.8. 

I Number of United States pedre- 
tnana killed in auto accidents has 

I steadily decreased during the list 
three yewrs. he said. 

"Pedestrian deaths in the United 
flutes tn 1949 were 3.000 leu than 
the 11.600 kUled In 1948 '* 

School safety programs, high 

I school driver training courses snii 
public Information campaigns were 
sit helping to make the pedestrian 
more traffic eon.scious. he said. 



PIN'D PARTS OP OLD 9II1P 
Ro)al Nary divers have brought 
up parts of the wreckage of a wooden 
ship during the first week of a 
search for a Spanish galleon treasure 
ship, reputed to have sunk here 262 
years ago off western Isles of Scot- 
land. The discoveries have ii u 
hopea that the wreck may be un- 
covered on the seabed and tu treas- 
ure salvaged. 



QUALITY 



BIBY’I BOTTLE 

Cl«an H wHh gahlnt 1*0*. ^ 

rr«a M r««uMt- ''ill 

CWn*ISW|k>li«iM.tJ r 



IS more 

important than ever 

TODAY! 



Quality Coffee is more 
economical because it 

f 

makes more cups of 
good Coffee 



ENioy 



But be sure it's 



e CHICKEN HADDIE 
e FINNAN HADDIE 
• FLAKED TUNA 



Darling, wkat you say is $ 0 , 

Omt Itwiag cast IS steep • • • 

lun, iWfVt one cKtng tkel I knew 

DOkOLSne kUee k ckeep , • » . 



for better 



DOMESTIC 

tHORTININC 





'With the Lawmakers 




OHpaM^. 

fhaf ffcha/fy nt/yits 
wit/imatef^ 



Pa^e 13 — General 



Newfoundland Soeieh Entertains Sailors' 



Centres on Date of Prorogation 



Ur Anftconb •pparvuU)' dKidad Uit 
Ubtrftij were lettuif too murb pub- 
Ucllj what wUh "Bu &5 ' ACOOllOf oti 
to LooOoq and everyibini. 

tt IIX DO JOn lll.M}»ALr 
- RMu't Mr Anacomb to do 
the job AprU S. 

and Poreat Mmiatar E. T 
Kenney, a crack adoiinistrator and 
a peppery debater, woa a bouquet 
for lit# HotMf yesterday white 
iubblnt foe Hoaltb and Welfare 
Iitlni5ier Oaoriff 8 Peoraon, who te 
UL For more thao two boura ha 
answered memberi' question aa they 
ploughad Ihroufh the departmaot'e 
|igamlc 133.300 000 esUmatea- 
At the end, C. W. Morruw from 
South Okanagan expraued appra> 
elation and members pounded their 
dedks In approval. 



In tha back of the XJberal muute. 
too, was tlta Idea of walUitg until 
'‘Boas'* Johnson grU back from Eng* 
land to deal with the hospital In* 
suranee MU. sure to be a source of 
sharp eoniroveny. 

Bo far It looks as If the Liberate 



By rKKD .Mr.NElL 
A behmd*thc*«o*nea fracas has 
been r^ing on between Acting 
Premier Harliert Anscumb and the 
Liberal wing of tha OoalUloo ted 
by Alto>ney*acoeral Ourdutt.«JVte* 
mer • 

It has been a small bempwit la a taa> 
pot over wheo the House will 
adjourn. Idr. Anscomb wanted to 
push the bUBineM through and 
prorogue this week-end. Mr. WUmer 
objected He wasnt going to have 
any long night sitllngi. 



But Ur. Anscomb has won out on 
another scort. Mrs. Hanry Hodges 
was sclieduled to |T> td T*ewfaund* 
land to prfwent a mace from British 
Columbia to the Atlantic Province. 



snil COSTS LISS 



Green River to Utah where It joins 
the Colorado River, which they will 
follow to Us confluence with the 
Ban Juan River. 

They wUJ then go up the Ban 
Juan Into the heart of New Mexico 
near Albuquerque. 

KemnU te from Bripibury King^* 
bridge. South Devon. England, and 
Alford from near Plymouth. 



Pair Start 
Loti^ Trip 
In Canoe 

NORTHPORT. Wash., March « 
V<P).— A canoe, a paddte and a set 
of strong blcepa will take a person 
over a large area of tha WaMem 
United States. 

Working on tlilt theory, two 
young Eogltehmen paddled Into 
town here yesterday from Castle* 
gar. B C . on tlie first leg of a 
canoe jaunt from Canada to 
Mexico 

James W. KrrswUl. a 3S-year*old 
•ugveyor and engineer, and Ewert 
Alford. 36. admit It's a big bite they 
are trying to chew. *nietr itinerary 
will take them over five rivers in 
six states. Their estimated travel* 
Ing ttme te tlx monlha. 



Every member rerelved a can of 
Prince R\ipert salmon on his desk 
yiwie'rday. John McRan, second 
youngest member in the Hoose. said 
he had heard sftiouKh about eating 
an egg a day. an apple a day and so 
forth. 

Plsii, he said, te tha bcs*. brain 
food on the market. Members 
should eat more of U. 



OIL IK EXPENSIVE 
An oil company recently paid a 
record of niilt.lOl for oU rights 
on 160 .acres near Bruderhelm. 
Alberta. 



TOGA 



— OakiaUt PbaU 

Nineteen Royal Canadian aallors from Newfoundland, who have Just completed basic training 
at HMC.S. ComwallU. were entertained Tuesday night by Victoria branch of Newfoundland 
Boclrty at Hard of Hearing Hall on Douglas Btrqgt. Shown above, with members of aocteiy 
are A1 Bennett, Mat Penney. Eric Udle. George Blmma, Tom Leonard, B. Noel. C. O. Bradley 

and J. Hfdley. 



Originals 
Bv Frank Hatch 



9MAI.LFST REPt BLIC 

it the imalleft republic 
In South America with an e^tlimaied 
population of 3JI40 466. 



MORE ON THF ROAD 
Onuno had 1 376.000 licensed 
auiom''bU' drlvtrv lu 1M9. compared 
with 071.663 in 1046. 



The “Alrv** and tha ‘ Wish* 
boae" TOGA Saadate art 
assigned for rsaT comfort 
. . . Smooth, soft leaihsri. 



FOR SPRING DECORATING 



St. Barnabas’ Players Rehearse 



PLANNED yROlTE 



Soen besutiful colovs. be- 
sides Midnight Black and 
Frost ^hila. 



Tbelr planned |buie goes Ilka 
this: Down the dohimbla to the 
Bnakc River at Fa.soo. Wash., from 
there, upetream along the Snake to 
PocatcUo, Idaho. From Pocatello, 
they will have to carry their canoe 



Grcea 



Admiral Blue 

Ilriie 



about 150 mites Into Wyocnlng 



where It will be relaunched in the 



lUuw Rad 
Heather kliit Grev 
Multi-rone 



Green River They wlU follow the 



ub. NAW-shce-uh, NAW*thee*uh. 
Nauseate usually Is: NAW-xhee-ate. 

fnctdenUUy. the literal meaning 
of the Latin nauaew idreeki: nausiat 
iog "seaslrknese.*' tor naus '"means 
i'*shlp " However, the -sea of nausea 
I doas not stand for ** 111 # sea.** It la 
I merely a oolncldcnoe that the last 
I three tetters of nausea spcU “sea.** 
Nauseous 



nMgn (n match, la Admiral Btuw 
U'lMi-Tooe. Plum Red. 

E«.h. 

' Kstursl Ostrich, Jt-50 



D*« r»er r«MB half bnur af'^r Mli’lnf SiirM 
na MplnMnl M»ra K**r in apply IS 
San efltprs. 1 csIIop of epraS makn I guarta 
•r paiot. 

■Hr nl P*r ««jart Hf.fl.V 



U: NAW-shuss; or: 

NAW-shee-uss. 

Overheard at an art exlUbit: “Yea. 
he Is one of the best-known Amerl* 
ran Ul-USS-tnih-ters.** Tills pn>- 
nuncUtlon If Ulustrators te right out 
of the Dark Agee, even though It 1s 
listed at second choice by a few of 
the. what I call, elderly dictinnarlea. 
1 e , the tnosm that spend tbelr 
senile years rocking In the sun and 
stroking their long, white beards. 

'The second-ayUable acrent In tha 
words niustrate. iDustrated. lllustra- 
tor U obsolete. Ths Standard Am- 
erican pronunclalkms are. ILL-uh* 
slrayt: ILL-uh-strayi-ed. TLL-uh* 
slrayt-ef. lUustratian te alwajw: 
ILL-uss'TRAY'sh'n. 

■RalMMil by Tha Sail avMltraia. tnr ) 



MOWAT - GRANT LTD 

PAINT AND PAINTERS* SUPPLIES 
•♦0 FORT STREET PHO 

No Parking Problems Here 



1306 DOUGLAS STREET 



>^l«p|a| Phoip 

Bliown In tvhiarsal are cast of “The Farce of the Worthy Master Pierre Putelln«** one-act 
gomedy In mediaeval French seUing, which will presented by St. Barnabas' Players. April 
IS, 14 and IS at Memorial Hall, 012 Vancouver Street. Left to right are Don Foreet, Harold 
Bellamy, Gerald Guest, Kay Foster and Alee Burton. 



tUlrUy Englbh in spsUUtg there 
seems to bT no logical reason for 
trying to make the word sound Rus- 
sian. rspecUlly since the orlginsl 
word Is Italian, and Is pronounced 
with a soft "g." 

The word IntelllgenteU. as we use 
It. de.'Ufnstas. often dtrtelvely. ths 
“hlgh-brow" class, as contrasted 
with plain Americans. 

Recommended pronunclstlon: in- 
TELL-l-JENTsee-uh 

Tha prevailing American pronun- 
ciation of nausea la NAW-ehuh 
Also heard: NAW-ahuh. NAW-aee- 






lly f runk 
Cothy 



I pkt Whit# Cike Mil 
1 pk{. CkHiiitt Cike Mil 
1 pk{. ftitirbreid Ciki Mii 
. 1 pk(. I'Miiil# Cikf liiit 



rcaVictor 



Aiiiaz 



WORD.** TO WATCH 

Beard at a luncheon dub; “We 
want everybody to eome. for U 
promises to be a OAL-uh occasion.* 
The word used Is gala, “festive; Joy- 
•u.'. showy." In beet usage, the flrat 
“a** Is long, as to gay. Better say 
CAY-luh. *Tha British pronuncla- 
Won •■GAH-luh " dost not occur In 
American usage ) 

“OUV-er-huni* and "OUV-uh- 
Biunt~ are widespread among states- 
men and government offlclala, even 
In formal public address. But. since 
Ih'iee pronunciations, as well as 
•GUV-munt.“ are regarded by many 
as slovenly, tha public speaker end 
broadcaster will avoid them in fsvnr 
of OUV-ero-m'nt, the recommenda- 
tion of this column. 

On a recent quia proarani a New 
York music critic pronounced in- 
telligaHteia with a hard “g.“ *The 
bard "g" te MerrUm Webster's sev- 
•nd choice, and Funk At Wagnalte’ 
•nly choice. Olher United fltatea 
dirtionarlM list both the hard and 
ioft “f." The word IniemgenUU U 
from the Rusalan Intelllgenteiya, 
front the Italian Intelltgenzla. But, 
Since the form inteUtfentala te 



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all; and to anakad bnui with Mgar 
a goMaa arrup, agg. dwirtawing. 
Btlr aalv watil oDabinad. 

A la aaah graai auAa cup plaa 
te Sap. a— tad bwtlar, 1 lap. bv i> wa 
agar. 1 p—t a fruit, at Uda doww. 
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bi and. bol n*as (SOtTF.) about 3b 
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*<f N#Trtmm<11»rd Jrwrftrt 

Avoclation. 



(Coinntst ViclorU, B.C., *niari., March 23, 19S0 



P'.nUJi pub c 'i*p u - »i ih» ‘bcrlnrjlnf of I undentaffwl and otvratUic on a 






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jhslery S»rroiin«|s From Knulainl 



»*v nv j ijprs')ra u» c*-- rai 
•l»P.r''VP<l D'*' -'s ^ToJumbJ^ 
ptiMiA durinir fint year >)f 

of the BC HjrpiUl In- 
auranre Otrrlce, tcconUng to the 
aerrict'^ first annual report lacued 
jeatefday. 

They received I.70>,000 days of 
hospUaJ rare. 



Amons hi(hl ‘ 'a in a resume of 
lie aurh ut the aarvice'a adwaiU- 
‘fk’he hradquar'.en in Victoria 
mere 

Rei'otda DlvUlnn: Receipt of 

47J.OOO rriieiration forma during 
Ift'inonUi period betveen 8ep* 
timber. 194A and December SI. 
i:H9 and ISO 000 alterationa during 
1M9 aa a result '-t blrtlu deathi, 
marriages and changes of addreas 
PAVROLL l»ri)f (TTIONa 
Payroll Division: Arranging 
fur payment of aume ISS.OOO em< 
p|f<yeea’ premlumi through pay* 
ruU deductions by 3.100 companies. 

DUtrIct Office Division: Re- 

duction of Uie 01 originally estab* 
luhcd district offices to S7. of which 
47 no'w act as regtstniUon and col- 
lection ofnces and ten as colIecUon 
agenciea only. 

HnepUal Accounting Division- 
Analysis of operating coat estimates 
submitted by each of Province's 78 i 



an aversee of li par prf*'-» ’ on 
account f.f sU b»-ri-'. -*i"- 
Emergencv tr--*ment m.is pr- 
vlded f-.i 35 ‘f>' . . r* ; -'‘rms 

orisim. r«>\i ru.i 
C overed to a ltmitad-.as.ieat In 
hoapUali outside the piovlnt-e 
mrerv 1.800 pattenta. 

Claims were approved in all 
Canadian provinces, the United 



Diamond Smile 
\^ill Briglilen 
Jail Oiiee More 



new plan U perfect, me may take 
pride in some real atndes In social 
leglslaUon. in ao far that no one 
need any longer be faced with huge 
hospital biUs, " a foreword to the re- 
port stated. 

‘'Hospital insurance consUtutes a 
forward step towards Inort complete 
social security for which everyone 
is striving." 



Bilious Ileaflache 

ny DR. J. n. WAKRCN 

. Th» 5 Wlbt. 
L DO IT / 



DETROIT. March 23 'KAKA -To 
the Federal narcotic agents, Dia- 
mond Joe RusmUI 13 a man dedi- 
cated to brmgthg' a little rparkle into 
the drab Ufc of his Jailers. 

Diamond Joe's smile Is brightened 
by 83.000 worth of diamonds set in 
upper teeth. It Is the only place he 
could And. Joe eiplalns, where his 
wealth could be enjoyed by bis 
friends and still be safe. I 

Pur 18 years, at least. Diamond 
Joe's ‘'friends'* have been mostly I 
Federal keepers, looking after him 
as he paid various peualtles fur dope 
peddling. 

Joe fla.vhed ht.i thowra.se smile nn 
Federal Judge Thomas P. Thornton 
here recently as he was arraigned 
^ twill chajTtes of heroin peddling 
an<Tpoar^e.>.sloti. making him liable to 
ajKither ten yean In the pokey. 

The Judge— placed Joe under 
IIO.DOO bond. It was a figure lie 
could not raise even by pulling bis 
teeth. 



TiiF. DF.LICATC lUK II 
ST. JDHNU Nfld. CP).-Anybody 
can spilt a hair— figuratively speak- 
ing—bui how about boring a hole 
in one. The feat was deniorutrated 
in a film shojim here at a merUng 



Meket 6 S«i 



FURNITURE DEPT. 
SECOND FLOOR 



A bilious headuclie fell In the 
forehead behind Uie ey: , ai\^ in Uie 
back of the head nlim acccimpanied 
by vomiting and imu>ea '* part of a 
grtiup of symptoms known ax tox- 
emia <poi>on in the b)i>r>d< of the 
gall bladder. Treatment to Au.-lt 
gall bladder with Fphom ^alt - taken 
early in the morning- a level tea- 
•spoon or more”evei7 momlr-F for a 
week. If this week's treatment were 
taken once a month, there would be 
no bilious headaches. 



Mystery surrounds Uii UiUi 
being held by Major C. J. MHley. 
public relations officer for Balva« 
Uon Army In this city. Letter 
was mailed from Chester. Eng. 
on February 10. 1803. It reached 
ibis city 18 days btcr. according 
to poatai stamp appearing on Us 
back, but for Unknown reasons 
was never delivered. \^*l>ere It 
went from then on U anybody's 
guess, but It also bears a postal 
mark of March 17. 1950. Mil- 
waukee, Wuennsin. Letter, ad- 



d. ?d ••• rt »fl CiiptHiu Nt-iiie 
Banks -riuirui off.ctr for Salva- 
tion Army here thn^ueb 1893 and 
lt>93 - was received yesu*rday 
mwnlrig it l<xul “army" cUadeL 
Wellle Banks died in New York 
six weeks ago. 8he had married 
wlUle in this city and soon after 
the and her husband were sta- 
tioned in United States. Major 
Mlllry plans f orwur.iii.g le>e to 
addrr - . 'r son — Brig Wlillam 
MnJtby, Sulvation Army dlvUional 
commander f'-r tireater New 
York are;>. NY. 



ir^fff«!UU*r3 w«*i Int r 



VERY SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS IN 
THIS MOST UNUSUAL CLEARANCE! 



BEDROOM SUITES 



Top Effort 
Promised 
By Fisheries 



by Prime Minister Ft. laurent and 
members pf the Cabinet 
During the dinner F. 



4-Piece Walnut Veneered Bedroom Suite -.14-inch 
iquare mirror on ysfiitv with drop centre, double 

bed, rhiffiinier and bench. *139.50 

Speiul pfiie 



OtSSERT 

PE8CNES 



Homer 

Zwlcker of Lunenburg, NS. retiring 
rounril president, turned over tlje 
presidency to J. Tl. Macklchan, 
general manager of the United 
Maritime FUhcnnrn. Halifax, who 
waa elected to the poet today. 

*17ie council. whli.h reprevnts 
Canada’s commenrlal flsiiert^ fmm 
Newtimndland to Brin»h Columbia, 
commended the Federal Onvem- 
ment for implementing a eonxiimer 
education plan to hr^vu fi.«h con- 
sumpfihn art dfnr the Government’s 
«*irk in furthering reerarch to aid 
the flehlng indiutry 

Sir Lefjnard Oulerbrldge. IJeuten- 
ant-Ooremor of Newfoundland and 
guest spenker at the dinner, said- 
Newfoundland's fisheries, together 
with her other resourre.s, will event- 
ually provide a s>iund economy for 
Canadali youngwt province. I 



4- Piece Maple Finish Bedroom Suite — 
\'snitv with fesmed mirror, sire 17x27 in*. 
Ha* 6 drawers, ebiffonier, bench and 40 
bed. Regular value SIIS.OO. 

A hatgatn st 



4-Piece Walnut Veneered Bedroom Suite — 
Conii.His ol vanity with .lOxdO-itU'h beveled 
pUie-glast mirror. Hsa I king drawer and 
4 imaller drs'vrrs; chUloiuer, 5 drawer*; 
bench and doolde bed. Regular value $249 50. 

A^,..,.h»i .u,., *195.00 



OTTAWA. March 33 CF).-Canas 
da's fl!vhlng Industry tonight placed 
itaeir on record as willing to make a 
maximum effort to carry nut Its 
share of the responsibilities to attain 
maximum and effective u*« of 
Carudn's fisheries. 

A resolution to thU effect was 
approved at thn closing sessions of 
the fifth annual meeting of the 
Fisheries Council of Canada. A 
copy of (he resolution was handed 
to Fisheries Minister Mayhew at 
the annual counrll dinner attended 



3- Piece Modern Blonde Bedroom Suite — Large vanity 
4 drawers: chdionier, 5 drawers; bed lire 4 0x60 anr 
has diivtpro<d con*trurlinn and centre drawer guide* 
Regular value 1317.50. Clearance price 



CHAIRS 



MAPLE CHAIRS— Lan l»e U'fd eifiier .n 
li» mg.rcKini or bedroom, "ibese cbau» are 
covered in eolorful, bright crei-'mie*. torn, 
lortably cuthioned. Reg. value O QC 
$19.50. Just a few to «etl tt I VaWW 



HOSTESS CHAIRS — In a vsrietr of co'’. 
erings. Tin* i* a Invrly living i/.i.iti ebarr 
with deep spring seat. QCa 

St'Cflal price . I 



BOUDOIR CHAIR AND OTTOMAN— 
t'overed in bright rreionne. with valance on 
(IiAir and olintnan. deep tpring seated, very 
lornloriable. Can be use d a* cbai*e lnovne 
Regular value ~$T7.50. ' ^1Q Qf\ 

Clearance price . I 

Slightly soiled samples to clear. \tanv 
otberi to chrn.se from at drastically reduced 
price*. 



BOUDOIR CHAIRS -Covered 

With valan-’r, have deep spring i 
Ur value $29.50. 1 

Clearance price 



i»h spring seaVr ReguUr $4 A CA 
$27.50. Clearance price ■ VawU 

SPECIALS FROM OUR DRAPERY DEPT 



you hear about this 



Ri'm.ro Msauuxiita ci aTsiKs— 

RetDlsr 
■•re Prt/^s 

in*.. Hss Pifr . 

si»*eii.» 17 1* Pair 

soiso li.f ftjS - Pair _ 



ALL-WOOL BLANKETS A g.w.d 

Qiialitv in gtev colnr oniv. ii/e A.Ox?ii. 
wc'gbt 6'j lbs. Regular value, each $7.95. 
Clearance prite, $4 f%c 

each 4a^D 



Claarvr.ra 

Pnr* 

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rOTTSOt rt’BTAIM. ColOtMl 
Reenlar 
ni»* PtK-e 

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31141 tna U a# I 



COTTON TABLECLOTHS Cdore* 
Si/e 54x70 inche*, a««orted psMern* a* 
Odors. Regular value, each $3.75. A| 
Clearance pnrr, each fCawl 



Clearanra 

Pr*'# 



EASY TERMS AVAILABLE ON ALL SPECIALS 



MAINLY FACTORY SAMPLE PIECES TO CLEAR 



ybo heaf them at Home 



KITCHEN OUTFIT BEDROOM OUTFIT 
.^PIECES .73_5 Q ,, pieces Mcgcn 



Q *'Bf»v, r» glad 9t fwiubcd to Chx«e A 
Sinbom. Ii t the bc«i-isHuic coSte wt'vc 
ever hid!” You bet It it. I'oo get more > 
lift, more frigranrr, more real toffee fisvoc 
in ihii (tmou* hirnd. 

ibu hear them VotyfrfvHm,., 

“Ixt'i take rime «hjc for • run of coffee, f could 
•n for «ime Chase A Ssnnom right nnW." 
Ves, (smdian* have preferred Chase A 
Sanborn for HA vears — xnd ii * gening more 
pcipuisr 'every <(a>'. 

* Hhi hear them In 
<hvcerySfvres.„ 

“A pound of coffee — Cheve A Saobom, 
niesw!" Ilnmefnaker* know ihcrr'i so ei/r« 
oooo* of a*ffee goodne«« in (lisae A Sanborn. 

, Smart shopper* svk for ii every «me. 

AwCrec the coffee ihsi ha* more of sit rhsCs 



II PIECES 
FOR 



I B'lfiel Rat taff* Unan Srietr eanir* 
*U»t>n«r<t. tn« dravtt ar4 tva al4f me- 
Wn>ar<ti 



t Walnut n*4 t «»a e 
1 Walrul CViirrnnltp 
I Walnst Tar'ir- 
I Walnut arn't. 



l-rirpa aijiie.Ymir n* « mr*«ratt| 

#■» •« ►•ni# ira r«*efp4 In air., - • la 

• •fines e-'eo M rOM Ua»ai-r f ,.i apriia am- 

r— Cfvi Walnut gn4 TaSI* vltk m-vaa a*r*a4 

U"-* T»He vilii aia-tpvn a^a* a^S {Winrait Phrfa 
l»e* vMti tr.M »la* tiM aair.ut ae 



I Jarktrofa Leaf gi>»ntlw TaMa 



1 Cafcla at>nrv(, 4n**l 
I eartnfl-OJlee 4 Ml S. 

1 Pair PIJInvt. ft»^4 guaUlf 

I CViatima IlMltaraaS. eltM'a af Mlars 
I Pair P0ln««.4a4^ 
i Larraa 

1 lt*«*-(tn-a Ki>l ep.j<r.« »f 

ew* r***r. ar k la 



ICtiaira—All In naittral nnlah vtih rnl 
trlcn 



I gaibianm Da Lwaa Par -gfia Tfr*# If 

pan nnnira a tiraar n»e Iht diffte- 
anr* tn arl-a »*Wrv* ar*apea4 
LCalxrae CaUa* Takla^tath (Pm MtSS 
1p« Oalra af aaOerra 



1 P:r* j»*a CWni.'* nf sirfarmC atif.^ar’i 
I Pair Maul Pnn* r- <•# 

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Tvjr aha<»# af la« 



Specist 



Special 



Special 



of Chste A binhomi 



FINE QUALITY CEDAR CHESTS 



5-PIECE DE LUXE BRIDGE SETS 



Bexoiiftil cedsr che«ii fmelv e->nstnir»t-1 with aeteried 
wood. \SsInm veneered and lined with TenneMee redar 



Theae •eis combine smart styling with convenieoce and com- 
fort Solid ad bardwryid frsmes. top e*f table rre**‘ire» 29x29 
inches. Your choice of wsinut snd ivory, nstoral end brown, 
mahogany and* tan. natural and red The tops of tbe tables 
•re covered with the best quality emboMcd leathereite Tbe 
legs are double braced to five extra etrength. Qf) 

Rgtilar vakie $53.00. Special clearance prke - * 



Peguisf ebesi withoni drawer 
With bottom drawer 
De luxe rhesi irilh drawer _ 



JIU TNC FiAVOR rOOR CUP CAN HOU> 






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I'nKKi Oa* 


IS 


13‘a 


j fwfp 


■1% 


S«% 


l’r.u»,i Ctirp. 'S’ .... 


37 


3:’. 


ITnitrfI F<»*1 *'A . Ft* 


MS 


»4'i 


1 fuMr* r«»' "S' FI*. 


3* 


33 


I'.f vv*< . . . 


fa 


7% 



(Josing ^\erageg 



now JOKi.n 

Tblrt> indvriPteb >MII. ap 
U 4 . 

T«rok*i rstlfMAA tfiJT. op 
M 

WtHwrn tttimirt 4 S. 7 t, Bp 4 L 
Ktsli-nv* itorht op 

. 42 . 

>wluaw' 2 .BU.MP thArwA 
TORONTO 

ftldiMABteb SIBA. sp M. 
Ooldt IPl^. off M. 

Itaaf iDPiAlA IPfiSI. np .29 . 
WmIatti Bih <1.SS, up Jl. 
HBiM. ftn.MO. 

MOVTIUlAt 
InBaflfiAli 144 . 9 . «p J. 

1 tllllipo 79J, up J. 

<.oldp A 6 JM. Bp JS. 
ruppn 9MJI. ep IJI. 
P»lM. 1 SB. 1 P 9 . 



A^ancoiiver 

Listed 



(UacAT l&TMtmteu. Ltd > . 

OIL* 

Bid 

AaA««nAa ATMi 

AnalfWMMiU . 4 10 

A W Cm - 3dk 

AUamtc l.*0 

BrilM) OnaUnum M 

CAP CwrporatHia ...... T 10 

<'alm«rt . ** 

' (Vnlral Lpduc . . 1 II 

CoKUnanpaalUi 13B 

OonllOVnU! Oil .33 

I DaJbootia „ _ Jt 

I Ra«t UndiK . . 34 

I FPdPrtiPii Ptirultum ..... 3 U 
I P0etb4ik 3 «A 

I Ornwrai pptpolPtm I 04 

I Oantrui PairUtaa "A'* _ 1 >* 
Or-r-p oa A4 



New \ (uk 
Lxelianiie 



j)l A R^inApf 

A'llad t'hPail4Blt 
Aoamraa Ltd 
Amwjpm 1 irnupta 
AaMrwan Ar>Pim 

Ata ufM an T«t. A M. 

AutMAda Cappwr 
AUlUtod Tapaha 
ItriB *;•»' 
r A n RaUatl 

CPpyptpf 

ihu'.tnan K'>tec ’ - ... 

■rtp U.B 
tipripral B*iA4 
Opd. Ckiirtr - 

llpnarat Metort 

OflKdyrtr Tl*4 — 

Orrai Nnittkfs . ... - 

Irf Htrrattpr 
l 0 < Ki'ktl _ — 

Jfihnt-ManvlUr 

Kpf>npri-i; rwapar 

. Uiea* Tliaaua .... 

Npw VwM Cpr.trmI . . 
■orfolk Wntam 

HorUian. ParlBc 

Pann BallMT 
Prortar OaMhlt inpwi. 
BpputfUr 8 (|p| 

B'hvrky DixiUatp . .... 

Bund Calir 

_J , Atandant CM! If J. 

! A «rt Rnpturt 
An-Anr 

I BauLhrrn Railway 
I Tpim Cofp. 

I Oman CarBida 

Ctitaa PtelUr ... — 

OnlUd Ainrart __ 

CA atrat . 

Wtrntr Brat. 
Wratlncixiutt Klactrlt — 
Aoalworib 
l«QiU] Radio 



New Compaiiv 
Formed 
To Seek Oil 



Steady Siir^e of Buying at New York 
Sees Market at Iliahest Sinr(^ 1917 

ny Tlw AwrcUird i Tbe AAsoclaifd l*rcM averac* of •rrakonu Quid* Inidrd loatr oa 

A ticaoy *urie of bu)iai powar 90 atorka adraaird 4 of ona polnl acatirr^ peaiijr ItMar* In Jualof 
N . V.,t »u<* » »>. TTlU u« hoh« ,.om Tt ... 



Zl. JoaONTO, M.n-h U«l. ol> ^ WM. dint. ^ M » 

PiuUiB Drvflopmeitt Com % uy ol i U.idAt hauea puahiad thaad lowJifd an 21 , 19 « kU 

** » Canada. Lid . has b* 4 fi fuamtd U> , frartiacu In amtind tun poutu. »»)of Brt.iipa-^av'riRlA ralk Mid 

prij>p«f^r, a<qulf® and dr\-ela|) oil , More Uian 100 . tUKkX eatabilshAd utlRtlCT—Ahared in ihe rtsp. 
and natural gas rescrvea tn Canada, nrw 1949-50 hiplu durina th* day. ' Tradinf broadrnrd to Inrlud* 
, Tbe company today Iliad a retu«l TradUi^ iUi Uv faalsBt iNue in . 1.0 laauAv. of which 539 advanced 
* 2 ‘* atration atatemcnf with the S*-' around five weeks with 2 . 010.099 and Kl' declined. 

cumirs and Cxchaiife Commitoiun tharrs changinp hands This com-' INDI'STRLAl.N sTkAOT 
It :m Wwhingt^ ^ propo*^, pared wUh 1 . 400.000 jaMerday. , 

lo offer Mcurtnaa sln.uhMiie«iAJy to Many of U.e utlttty and com- n,^rrow rw oo the atock earhanae 

« Canada and the Un««d BUiev ; municatlon stocks whlcfi *ere so volume was about 940 0 Q 9 abarm 

*!•. *“•?????? popular Tuij^day scored frm* ^na. irti^tnab atradied The nuior- 



Western olLv cUmbed under Lh# 
lBBder<h 7 p or ft.Tykm« oil. Brluab 
Doosimon Uadnd heavily for n 
slight change f«inrmlnc news nf* 
prup^LLpd new financing plans. 
r.APi.Rs i.rAi) 

In Montreal plus signs generally 
domtnatetl the list near tlie final 
liour. 

CLauges Were faiwraUy held - to 



mh - notes due April I. 1965 . and 900090 jj, tddlilon. radlo-irlevuuuvchrml- 
shares of capilal stock, with each ^ motor, oil. rail and selected to- 
rn'. unit cwislstWf of a note to the stocks attracted attention. 

5 .; prtocipal amount of 91 090 Canadian I PW AIU> 

37 funds, and 50 shares of capital stock. 

S'* Esrh note win carry a non- Viihiy and conummicaUon U- 



• I V f t:-. O A W 

j,. j I w.fxn Of> , 

.W*‘**ri Ornr *•*" . . 
il ' w.'-'rn Oroe, a" . 

1 

' vWanwn* pfd 

*• ■’ ' W't is'iww Ekrlrte 

i‘ * ' a. tu*»e tw»r»r. Pfd 

1*..* , Can Bi 4 « 



3»IS 1*3 
M'S 3*k 



(Hapar la*««uwtrt4 Lt4.) 

n as 



OH R.0 

lurbvuoe BarcM 
ll<'7ke C«l 
l<4fl..r W4»t 
StfCmnab atcj/ 

M»f- ’>f» 

UMH Ull 
ntLi'a 

esrll''- PBtrqlp'US 

rr.nrpw 

H/nra' CanMiaa 

BUtyaiup 

Conner 

e.dut 

a<iwrrti 9 r 

Vto.lia 

Vr;.r» . - . 

Pau a>«t 



l.M 
34 
7 I* 
to 
1 II 
13S 


ISt 
D4'y ' 
7 30 
31 
I.U 


XI 


34 


JS 


1 


34 


1 


9 U 


1 


3 «* 




I 04 


> 03 


1 1 * 


X 17 


M 


SO 


.13 


-U , 


«V 


M 


0S%a 


.S7 , 


11 42>« 


uoo ' 


.13 


•3 


il% 


u 


. 1 * 




93 


33* 


1 a 


1 IS 


4 » 


4 13 


H 


11 


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M 



I'niisted 
Toronto Mines 

tCArltW A MaOartor. LtA ) 



37 funds, and 50 shares of capital stock. 

f7l Each note win cany a non- Viihiy and conummicaUon U- 
«9 -* - detachable subwrlpllon warrant to , sues headed upward from tbe atari 
**.; purchsM an addltoatal 50 shares while the balance of the market 
34 *. of. capital stock at |10 a share. Tbe . fiddled around without gerting very 
I offering prtoe wUl be filed b> far one -vay or anoU.er. Toward 
s«'> amendment. 'midday buiinc souk on a sharper 

, The Doles wlU bear Interest at edge and the entire lAarket startad 
li-^t one per cent a year for 'the lint (nUnwlng forward. 

two years, rtalng to font per cent Closing prices were at or near the 
ss . in 1955 and continuing at that rale, tope for the day to most easea 

Tlie Canadian group of undm- ■ 

' writers Is hiadcd by James Rich - ' ^ VO ■ 

ard.^on A 8 <irui. and the United! 1 1 |^ sap If 

States group by Dominick A- Domi- 

nick, and Kidder. Peabody dc Oo. Rv jean KFWTON 

Lewis W MacNaughton of Dallas. rtSS\ FOR TOl R THOrGHTS 
Texas. Is president of -the com- i Another Old -Ptnny- Rayhii 



arcs changing hands This com- INDI STRUl.N sTEAOF 

red with 1 . 400.000 je»icrday. jjj yofonto pricw settled Into a' Choiige* awre ganerally held to 
Many of lie utltoy and com- ^j^rrow nit oo the stock eachange frytlons. but a few lseu« mt ved 
unicatlon stocks whlcfi *ere so volume was about 940.009 abarm. mfcc than a pitou 
ipular Tui^dsy scored liwab i^ns. ijBjtMtriab alrsdicd, Tbe quiMr- i pHpers continual to bad th# 
tddlilon. rsdlo-irlevUUiivchrmi- higher but market lead- laekctcd group htichee. InUoaed by 

1 . motor, edl. rail and aelacted to- ' ^ among the loam. Id tbe beveragp*. hasp mciab. siecU and 
iMrtal stocks attracted attention, grtnipings. papers, steels and coo- I earriw. Industrials, uUUUea and 
iU.AO 1 'PWAIU> strucUorw were higher while ttguors smior oik m'cre miaed 

Utility and ruaununicaUon Is- and refining oik. sagged Micwe and,Woateru uUs showed a 

.a headed upward from tbe start BaM metak firmed from sarly mixed tone. 



*ew w- ■ rwipBratJo* 

33 34 Brit Am4r Ba^k Noit 

SSS 30 I HC Pula A f'aoar 
»■'% ei«. nc Pulp A P 4 M(. Pto. . . 
»IS 1S1» Hrnwri C« ^ 

if* IM Rruwa Co, Pfd. . 

las u*W c A o 8 'urar 

IP* IP:* Canada Tin-car* _ _ . 

PI P] CBPidian Broar* 

S3'« kSW rai.anian 0mt.«r ppt 

IP lAW OanaOJan Cp**o(i* 

IT'* ias» CI.L. 

lOT, n r 1 L . Pfd 

43 >« 44 Canadian VtcXrr* 

IS', ish I Canadian W-ai 1 tiaibar , 

t3'« 14 I CaAuliao Wa*tm«noiMP 



87W 3Si« CJC 



33 Canaalirtatart P*r>*r IMk 3P 

1144 Oammion Brida* 47% 43 

MS Dominlna Olaa*. PfA IS 31 

34 k Oamtnion OllalfKb . _ . 41 

lok r>annannna Pan-r . — 13 » 

Sk nrrdrn Papar ii 34 

II lla*a« Ri—^ . „ 13% n 

30') lataniaitmal Papar ... 41 43 

in't tnlarnaUnnal Paprr, pfA m. ItSW 1 IT 
JO '4 MAO PatwT _ tia II 

m Mni.Mi'a Brawa-T ' 4" M M 

OB Mulann'* PrawarT • B‘ in* M 

, Kla**-a ISira WaavUiO 33‘. U 

OllUia Piinir . . ]|u fti 

Aabad OkH*I* Plour. PfO tik 

l|«, iPfK# RriM III.-, 31 

It I BoulbiDouBt tn»a«t.'nar't 43 



F>d 


A*%44 


na«-ri-p C*a»«h<]ata* 


41 


04‘a 


u 


3t 1 
33 


RrKfaa fUsar Cos. .. 






*» 


33 


B N X 'I3I3- . 


AX 


31 


n; 


13* 


r*n..*A C%rllM)S . 


.m 


10 


SM 


•to 


Oatibou Gold 


i to 


1 91 


N‘a 


er4. 


cunsroa* 


jf 


>0 


S3 


33% 


Cirtutu Oo)* 


J7 


90 


M'a 


Its 


t tAtm* Ctvwwr 


.S3 


,S7 


S 


«<• 


n-Aodvif'A 


.13 




]«A 




Oral) WihluOT 


.S34« 




4>S 




M'dirr Maaroi . 


J3'* 


39 


n% 


31V. 


NWhlOAd B«{t4 ___ 


.37 


.30 


170 




iMpmsimiAi CSC. - . 


Jf 


20 


S 3 


to 


Islsn* MoAiiwm 


1 DA 


1 |A 


3:> 


SM 


KiYttana* B'M<> 


J* 


33 


to% 




M<CliMJvrai CttAk 




.to 




3M 


Paz-ffir R'rkai 


. 11 % 


.10 




4 OS 


F X Oil* 




H 


134% 


to 


PcD* rjrain# 


3JS 


3 90 


43*. 


43%a 


Flonrer CM* 


Silt 


3 91 


13 


SO 


FrriuiAr BorOar . _____ 


At 


.ei'3 




41 


FtlvAtosr 


.IS 


.13 


II 


» 


Otiala<nci r>wwiat 


.to 


J7 


U 


34 


R**! llasO- — 


•3 




33% 


31 


liarvpt )i>-Omal* _____ 


t«3 


3 13 


41 


49% 


Rrnn ■ 




A3 


113% 


117 


(IhvfS CrtPk 


1 to 


1 IS 


19% 


13% 


niltiAk FrSTBlsr 




94 


30 


to's 


Si:>ar FUndAP* 


AA 


M 


3‘'*i 


to 


Rurf Inl*"* Onl* 


Ml 




33'. 


131* 


TakA Rlvvr . 


jTk 




10 % 


SO 


TmIa* Bridso 


S3 


t* 




ns 






.ST 


71% 




Vanarila 


.11 




43 




Wclliaiias 


u% 





I AnrharPri* 

I Auduai pitrcuplna _ . 
' afi.an Ml Oada . . .. 
' Su-MOi Vk, 

" Camrar — 

^ Captain 

CiKicu.rnlal Oil 
•S • B'(b Pam 

I 2 J<r..ma 

•S \ Jm.iur OU 
gj K*mlar 
^ ' Lak* Eipanaa 

— 

3 ) ' Marbaiiar _ 

7 B Mi-idi'k aa - . _ 

33 U jraar — 

II brw Aufuarita - 

M KI --0 

.IPS* M‘irt}a*a ■ • . 

SO I Okb-ntl 

II I OrOala . 

. 47 >. pawadt 

•S* P. - n- . - 

3* H*-rj MalatUr _ 
3® S'lripaar 

Barm Iwo Cnr.* 
B..fMra 

I TW T—ng Oa»»Baa 4 > 

< tatota 

IT <'»-or*la 

10 , Intpir- 

3 ^ ' T:nM Paw 

>0 RiiMV OU — 

30 I O d Si> tanaob R L 
,07 OIU NatlpiMl MalarUr 



mo *»ka<J pany and WUllam A. Arburkle of j 



[Montreal. 1 . Ti»-presid«nl and i A oomipondent ba^ guem 
Itreosurer that thk popular SAvtog “which we 1 

use to fwll ihe abient-mlndcd back 

^ _ to earth." k at leRsl 100 years old 

Say Payments 

• J.ibn Beyntiod's collection of 

Of Oil 1/^AIirlt:' Prererbs- was publkbed to the 

VFI 1/I\IUCI1(JS year 1549 It included the following: 

"Wherwlth to a great mutyng be 

llljjlicst Ev 0 F Preened tquoth the good man) a 

I ^ penr for your ibougbl." 

L i" Autbor. of the 19 tb oentury 

dend pavments k conitoulng and . , 

U» low 1 lor Itoroh, 

u rrportod to J R T.mm)m 1 " 

Co. n«nbrr. o( the Toronlo .hO ■» John UiT t -E uphua .W tte 
iNca Tork Slock Exchange and the " Robert Oeiwow In 

I Monumd Curb Market, k the hlghast **• 

ifer any cormponding month In the acid bite of hk “PoMte Oonmm- 



I Say Pavments 

Tj Of Dividends 

.11 

Ji llidiest Ever 

.•* ; C 

•« I Upward trend In Canadian diel- 
b ; dend pavments k conitoulng and 
u»f total of 9 A 4 . 719 J 61 for March. 
Ja as reported to J R Timmins 1 



$250.00 

STARTS AN INVESTMENT ESTATE 

FOft THE INVESTOft OF MODERATE MEANS 

By inkeMtug in ihe Canadian ln\P*tmeni hund Ibrift Plan and 
making reg»lar voluntarr vavme;its with rcnvcfimeiH of divi- 
dends. you uke siUxntace i>f cfvn'ituund inicvey at 

approximately 4Vi% ON YOOR SAVINGS 

S’our eggs are not all in one bj«ke( when >ou in>r*i in Canadian 
Investment Fund, as it holds stock in of the leadnu; Caikadisii 
and American corporatinna. 

For FuH Psriiralar* on TTu* Thnh Plao 
\\ me or Come In to 

H. A. HUMBER LIMITED 

1220 BROAD STREET E 1101 



A. E). Ain4M< dk 4'«. 

lAwIteiM 

Irwatment Sccur$(M$ 

Rayal Truat Butliltag • 612 View Slew*!. Vm-IaHa. fi.C. 
TriiMhaBi £4171 



iTDaomo woNToaAt wiNMiato vancouvib new torn LO»fDon. imb 



history. 

DkbunemontA for March 1940 aod 



Uon." where one nods thk: 

“Here'i poor mka has not a wrord 



there were small Improvemenk In 
the leaden of the mt.*cenaneous Is- 



17% 

MS 


13 

13'a 


(A X Am-a A Co.) 




31 ''a 

ST'a 


II'* 

31 


1 R4NKS 


BI* 


a»v*<i 


14% 


Rartk s( M<'ntTi'al 


I7*a 


37% 


10 


lO'a 


Oaf.h of 0 * 0*8 R<"Mb 


3* * 


00 


3 4 


3 


Dank of Ton>Dls 


3*'t 


4<l 


*'< 


S*« 


CAnadian Bank of Cosisiprc* 


33’. 


39', 


34% 


94% 


Darnlninn flank . 


30% 


3A** 


97 


37% 


1 ImiMWlAl Ban* 


31 


9t's 


14 


14% 


1 RA]r*l flank *of CanA*a “ 


27% 


37% 



rwiH’ATBiAia 



Montreal Iiuliislrials 



BC Prraal ProdurU 
B C Turf 

A(t*ii •JrrarS DTve<»-k "A” 
j 7 «^ Catiad'tn CulilWM 
M Oanaflun Weil Lumber 
in Oepr.kl gt'slrt 

Ml Oout B-aer.-a 
Si, BfiifX Mill* -A" ■■ 

BrtK3 MUI* 'll- 

R R MarMlIlati 'A'* 

» R Maf^Millao - R’ 

Parlflf Cf'Tl* 

RtW 

Bun PxibUihlnr 
W-iimm*l*r Paper ••A" _ 
Wr-lmtrtnrr Paper "B^ 
Weal Oan BreverMa . .. 



44M «7W 

1S7S 



Uaiara RtraardMii A an«w> 



Oaa Tneeal MinS 

Can hank nf CnmBitma 

OniRintnn Rank 

Imperial Rank _ 

Bank af M awtr a al ____ 

Bank af Nora BreUa 

Beral Rank — - 

Dank a( Taraai* 

AUa* a»eel 

AMLtbl. peak . 

AbitWi pie .. 

Ahr-ma Sleet . 

At'imtnum. rntM 

Al'iminu nV pM. 

A»»i»''-'* Awp. . 
n.lliorw • A • . 

R-tl t->-[4>one 
RraailtnK T-a'-'lmi . _ . 

Rf Afprr fMl . - 

R C *i»r»»t prng. _ , 

Bi* Poaer •'A'* 

BrttaiL rora. 

Bri an pfa . 

Hru-k Mill* ‘'A*' 

Bnirk M«iia •'H * - - - 

RuUdini Pintf. . 

BuWlo Onid - 

Can. Den •wfaf- ■ - 

Cas Malkhkf 



Grain Prices 



m A Dambar. US.) 

irnmpfo 



BM 


A* to* 


S3 


30S 

34% 


too 


31% 


“9i 


It 1 


At 

»7% 


37% 


to 




34a 


• 


»% 


to 


31 


39% 


l«% 


t«S 


30 • 


3A'< 


Sas 


30% 


Ja 

to 

IS'a 


4A 


Tt; 


' 14 . 


90'. 


to « 


94A 


313 


MS 


33% 


3M 


304 


*•% 


IM 


13 * 


lO'k 


7% 


7% 


39% 

S4A 


S73 


to 


33% 


4»% 


31 



Rlto~ 


Opan 


KMV 


La« 


Cloao 


Ma* 


141% 


144% 


1 V« 


1*4 


J«ly 


ItlU 


144% 


143 '• 


MJ4V 


Orl 


m* 


143% 


m% 


Ul'a 


OAtto- 










Mar 


to 


•3 


STS 


OSS 


Jvff' 


• 03% 


0 % 


• IS 


ns 


Ort 


. 74% 


T«% 


73% 


71S 


Sailtf— 








Ma* 


. 133 


ns 


139% 


134% 


JAhr 


_ . 111 '* 


194% 


134% 


133% 


Oot. 


IMS 


1 U% 


loss 


til 




rAon OHAi.v 







Pan Mne Pnaar 

•bea Cab a*, cam. ... 

44 Pan Pi . pfd. 

3*** Pan IVineMi .... 

31' « P*fi Rr.arfiM 

31 1 Pan lirnitrr rnm. 

Paa Car a PAri., earn. 

Paa fvia'i»ae 

3TW Paa. Ilra«(> A Dark - — 

• Pan fnd Aleafial 

* f'a*i LnraeiaUea 

33 PPR 

33*4 (an TlrtlEan - 

I 4 S Cnri.httii Pl"a 

s*'- tttmm Ali-ll'tl 

3>i* Potia pat'-. 

CmiM«»'T tiia>* 

Dwrill* ^xcr*.-* 

4* Dtan M'itt|» 

3^ ' IMH' roiineeriMi 

3* * twai tn'inrlrw* a Bteel 

Prm Wi/eUen* _ 

futm Pi-fl A Coal "B” _ 

liotM BUiraa 

"** Dnlfi Tar A Ph-m -■ 

•• ' Ilnm Tetlilea 

3a ja „.s, P*t»r 

Orytten ?'*l>er . — 

'2^ BSdt Paper 

"'ll glarirahii 

** PMB44*i PUyrrt _ ^ — 

Paonr hrmrr . — ._ 

Plee* AffcraK 

PerS af CWnida "*** — — 

■ MmOati/m Ca. 

I P» |B « i Ca I , .. 

OatBieaa Pnaer - - — 

Oan ewal W araa 

Orpanm Lima • 

NanilKitft nndfa 

noaa Raaard Bmitb 

ia« Jmr>*tUI CHI 

I4J4V ImpariAi Tobarca 

141 '( IntluiC ArrepI 

Intar Rranaa Pagr. 

MS lalar Rk-kat . — 



Jamiira PB 



3>S 37S 

34'. 3I>. 

|4‘* 111 

3*'. SA 



3I>. 

1 * I 
>* w 

ITiW ?** 



Vancouver 

L'nli.sleJ 

(■aiar leva 4 imenia. l^d.) 
MISWS 



— 194« totaled 94i.741,969 and 142.79?;- j lo throw at a dog. Come, a peony 

V I II V I Tltc C'jmulaUve ! for your thought." 

lifllUlOII ^Isirkpf total lor the first quarter of ini,. Thus It k fairly well establkhBd 
EJUllUUXI ITXitl 19V R 5383,1 ^ mcreane from 9119,- that It k the Englkh penny, not the 

rwT I f I months of American oral, that k earamero- 

I I1I*T1C ■ljlf*npr ^ 9i()4j91J68 for the or,ted to ihk egpmwdon. The coin 

RECXl Eivl same period to 1948. survive* Into modern Canadian 

LONDON. March 22 fReuters)^ *" Ome-honored lay- 

Binall support from the • *27 J05 899 and cotmuJU wlth 922-!*^' 

today created a hardar tone to do- . jj* aW w yaar and 817J25 «5 to ** * P«toy gained " Englkh Utera- 

mestlc RMUes on the London Stocfclrf'*? I tore k Tepleie with muMres of thk 

mestic ^ucs on me *,OT4uvn o. , March 1948, The Improvemetil Isi^,. ^ . . __ 

rjcrhanve I, .... 1 , 0 ‘d proverb, which lecma to have 

*-*i-***^'»*' laraelv due to areater distrlbotlmis . * 

TexlUm. brewerlr* and tobacooaij;;^^'^^^ subdivision of'tl.e j ^ “"k 

were beUer where changed and Aluminum 

there were smaU Improvementa In ^ P»per co : to- history, “got" was the word, as 

the leader* of the mkeenaneoos k- quarterly rsles on the " "gBlned.- It k recorded to 

sues. The trading volume, however ^ Canadton Oal- ^ Herbert s 

remained Insufficient to shsJw ofl DlsUUer* Corporation- Proverb*’ publuhed to 

the apoiby and lethargy that Ik- saagrams Lid Mamey-Ham* Co “ObU^ndlsh" aUudad to 

sets most etotions Walker-Ooodrrtmm L ^ •nmre* which Herbert 

Only a paaslng Interest was *hown ^ C<unpany of la translating, 

to British Oovartinumt stoc^ and quarterly rate rRcMw>a br The Bril BrbOloMi. Ibc ) I 

prices recorded an occasional frac-,,^^^ ^ 50 jjo 

Uonal Improvement.. ^ . IsdrUttenk pDying a 11 extra. Under re*»rd sales of 828918.49C 

Renewed rumori of good develop- j tocrcsse In dividends by min- wnlngs of Csntdlan Oil Com- 
ments from the company s deep companJe* In Mairh mainly re- 

drtlltog to Veneruela encouraged in qj* dividend >!• •TKr chargee 

freAh support for British-controlled j Kcrr-Addleon Gold tac^udtag tocome taxes of W41.800. 

oilfields. The common and prefer- ^ reached an all-ume peak of 8021.U1 

encr ahares cloeed firm although rwiji ^ ahare. whereas to the ^ ^ P*** oommon 

news WSJ to hand. l -„>. period leal year five cents a i •****^ coapArm with f«7.409 or 

Quote*: Babcock A Wilcox, 5*^ gjjur, p%Kl DkbursemenU by'*’^ * realised on sale* of 

4 ‘.d; BooU Pure Drug. 45a lO’idijthe mines total 814.619.917. against 831f2S700 to 1948. Rales in gsl- 
Canadlan Pacific. 927*v; , , 14 .j 35 March 1949 and 9U.- higher at 120.- 

Mining ai'k. CooAoUdatPd , ggs jgg two yeare ago t29,M2. W. Harold R«&. pre'ddent, 

rvids, 5to; CkiurUulds. 23a; Rud - 1 Dirtritymiom by uullUe* are Bitk proftu In 



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CheniteaL 4 % 4 Sd. Metal Box. 91 s ^ bwtituUom. tnkta. etc., ta M P^ *hcb galloci sold and 

3 d. Mexican Kagle. 19 * 7 ';fl. f^grth aggregate 92 J 554 . 463 , and o motortxt using 10 galtonA ol 

Mmr>. 152 x 6 d 'compare with * 2228.047 to 1949 and 8 »Aolliie a week nets the emnpany 

Bnnrl* Brlikh 2 'v per rent Con- j 2 jig.ago ui imb. The improvement ^ »upP».v. m 

aol.s £ 68 ’. Brttikh 3 »* per cent WsT Recounted for one re« a day. 

Loans. E9I 3 18; Briaih PVndings.py ^ ^ cliartered banks rau- Utoe the report k 

4e, 1960-1990. C106'*. |lPg quarterly ratot. sddrewod to the 1.100 tatoloyse* 



= h I Business Notes ^!««panyR^orts 

— ... tax lAH MONTREAL. March 92 .~R. C ! I l^rfkCltC 

;g VaughBn. CM.O, recently rettred I rUlil> 

jss M chairman and president of tbs Ca- TOROHTO, Maxnb 91 CF).— Me- 

. ... . 30 % !s 3 n nadlan National Railways, was cqu Prootenae OU Company. Ltd . 
nj I elected a dlrsctbr of OommoowcidUi Tuesday l e po r te d net profit of 



For the first time the report k 
sddrCA*«d to the 1,100 oatoloyses 
or Canadian OU and Its subsKtlary. 
Ottolte Rose Uioltad. as xrell m to 
shareholders. It is noted that 90.94 
per cent of ouutandtaf shsics are 
held to Canada and 979 per rent of 
the shareholders are Canadians. 



AND TRU5 TltS FOR HALF 

Other People* s 

M O X K V 

afid our husincss 



Money, itv addition to legal tender, embraces, 
in a broad sense, Boads^ Stocks and Property 
of all kinds. 

Our buBmets Is looking after other people'i 
money — that h, their pertonal busineu — for 
themselves and their heirs. 

Plocmg your Investments In oor care and 
naming us Executor In your Will, ensures 
immediate and careful supervision of your 
Ossets and continuity of odministrotion In 
regard to your estate. 

tov 0*9 wha tm to tfacvif yovr u F Fu bi wtth SS 
k» confidsaos esd 4 v*lks(/f •MgeNoa 

ROYAL TRUST 



O M P A N Y 

GOVERNMENT AT VIEW. VICTORIA 
R. W. /Ht*f 8 . MANACit 



TEl. E 4126 



St the annual genera! meeting of : •hare, to 19*8 as against 85973318 , 
Ahareholdem held today. or 81 J 8 . to 1948 . Net sakt were up 

After provlJtng’or Ml charge, to- *^;^*-**^ *“ 

eluding tocome uxes of 8928 , 000 . , , i 

f .m. .nH Deprcrtatloo wrUe-ofT* were 84 .- 



poned St 11990.037 66 or 811 * per 



to the prevkms yi 



Net worttng 



A Half Century 

of Public Service 



share, as cnmpmvd with 81455.174 

^ ^ ■ ■ ; 818802344 Additions to property. 



Canadian 

Preferreds 

<T R Bum* A c« . t(4 ) 



sltlon U tbe rssuli of the completion _ 
of addmonal plant faciUtle. and ag- 

grr.vlve xaies effort*. A dividend of ^ ^ 

_ ^ . ucis tbrouabout Canada. 

V ."J. , ' ,nd Man 

Itu b«n. for UM ^ 

WINNIPEG. March 22 <P> — Ca- »htrt soon ta Edosootoa. 
oadtan wheat supplies In store Or in 
tran. 4 lt at North American poeltlons , 

for the week ended March 16 to- 'I * • mi... i 



plant and equipment totaled $ 4 , 371 .- 
066 as against 89934921 In 1948 . 

The company, with head nfOce to 
Toronto, deak to petroleum prod- 
ucts throughout Canada. Reflnerlet 
are ta Toronto and Montreal Con- ^ 
rtrucUon of another refinery will 



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MONTREAL. March 33 CPJ.-A uft tbs grata market with a rasgrd 
mixed lone prevailed on the bond appearance at the close today, 
market today. i rtnUI the late UoutdsUon the 



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1 CHIC AGO. March 13 9 P) — A ; i )••% mb 

BOND TONE MIXtD I selling wsve ta the last 18 minutes ^ prAsar** 4 V S'* ss% 

MONTREAL, March 33 CPt.— A . uit tbs grata market with a ragged {'• tu% 

mixed lone prevailed on tbe bond appearance at the close today. PawArs amua (t*s pArt mh 

market today. | imui the tote UquMMlon the * 37% ?t% 

In the LxarOnioaB. there was a marW»»t lud Rcted firm, srhest and '■ -•w Csr* s ie«% i« , 

coed demand tor Canada \wman. > ^ adviincm U ‘n% *55% 

Pruvtnclak were exraedlngly quiet, boUi dropped below the peevtuus 8’A*8»rs cram. . s v n 
and Oniorto. Ontario Hydraa and ejope. *"** • -- — * ** W** ••• 

Hydra Guebecs leodid to be aaskr. ' r* a 

CorporaUnns were quiet compared I CALOARV. Uaixh 22 CF>.-The K<TO \1arLpt 

with yastardoy. wtth taOrprorlncul was keen tor all cksns of 

^pellnes sUghUy firmer. • cattle at the Calgary beaatook T9 prsdMcar: 

market today. Prtcas were from B Grade "A" Largs 98 

EOREKlN ExniANOC ID gg cents higher. All offerings Grade "A" Medium . .. jg 

MXW YORK. Mareb 22 CP>.— lb* d killing coUk war* ta Grads "B" jl 

Oansdian dottar iras unchanged st ~ - ' Pullets t— r... Jl 

s dkeoant 06 9H par esnt ta tonwi WINNiPBU. March 22 Cto. Whokmto: 

cf Uni tod Btatas funds to thaiaf C^iorat grotas prtara dwivad Ben- Orwds “A** Larga _ gg. • 

taratgB *«!haafs d»altnp today. Btarrahls tmgutaetty and tradkd Orods "A* Uedtam . , ,, , .44.47 

Tbs pound ototling wa* im^bangad was gasMsafiy doll at todnyW MBtae Pultoia 41-42 

at 22 96H. _ m Winnipeg Qrata Exchange. Grade '3* 99 



» BI* aatv* uled 14 U 00 . 90 D buxbels compared 
4 WH rP 13*866 900 bujtaek s week 

4>4 44 esrller. and 137 , 700,000 bushels In 

4 ' rrxk to' ^ corfexpondlng period last year 
«% IM IMS The Board of Grain Onnmk- 

-A. gkmera also reported today that 

• ») ea Western farm drlivprtas were 3 . 100 .- 

• H ^ bathfls compared to 1,600.090 

■ NS bo<hels the previous week. 

I ^ Canadian nrerseas aoports to- 

• l*H Mortsd 19611-600 blistiets Of 

«% *M% ** eempsrrd with the prertoui week's' 
4V M « «% 2.700 000. 



2 LbUm' Wmt Sttrtf 

VANCOWM. B.C ; 

tto «la to «VDW aota )a<sw4 I 

M VanfAA »»r-a nmai tubarMa I 

Owfpsrnc AWA« Cam w siirtha»*A 1 

Iti4'*i*ualli' WaQ Aaubuaha*. ahaw< I 

' tns fOA* ratorna RaASIlnt nA- 

* UATi'lr - advrrilMa ■■rr haiMlHw. { 

eaiATiDf lA aalaet eBAnlMa On* 

•ff*ra (nrlAto* fnaifTmaMA 4-roaai 
t ae*rtsiwni BiK.k* wiU to th'mn In 
. a*IM PM4 WirrtMaar. IMIXM 
ranaM toRh «tnm If Wnraaie* 

I AStor SUllBS flMAArtSl ASUiiS 1 

BOX 137. COLOWWT 









Market 



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BONDS 



STOCKS 






/The organization operatovl by Brittsb Columbia Flortric 
CofB(> 4 ny Limited has a history of over fifty yrari 
aervicc in Canada's moat important rocibc Coast area. 

Since 1946 . the Company has added 162,600 h.p. to iti 
developed electric pow capacity whtdi now arnonnta 
to 404,616 k.p. In the same period it has added 276 
motor btiaet and 198 trolley coaches to its tranoporta- 
tion focnitigs and ioertased the capacity of its gas 
plants by tome 8 . 660 ,fXX) cubic feet per day. We offer 
aa prinripak. the new issue of— 

British Columbia Electric Company 
Limited 

First Mortgage Boada Serlea *’K** 
Drnominattoos: 6100 6600 and 61,000 
Frkn; ft and Interett, to yield about 3 .S 65 ^ 

A pros pectus for this larue which is a legal investment 
for laaorabcc Com|)ontos /egistered in CoAoda will bt 
forwarded upon request. 

9 



GRAIN 



toMMiabto IS97 

COMPUm Ql'OTATKBa AF(B grATWTKAl MVKX 

James Richardson & Sons 

Cll wssiiaisi V*S44 TMeabruM GwOra I IM 



61i F wsr Strwwt 
yictoria, B.d 
Tdwpimwr. fifwcsn 426/ 



H ockI, Gundy & Qonipany 

Limited 




V 







2 . Deposit Accdij^t^^ 



Account 



if At EATON’S Foodateria 



Carry and Save Prices 



GROCERIES 



FRUITS 



QUALITY MEATS 



The EATON GUARANTEE “Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded” c 



UMITCO 



16 fidillt OUnlontst VictorU. I.C, Tbsn., M«rcli 23. 19SO 



Featured in Our Ilousefurnixhinns Depurlmenis Thurxday, Friday and Saturday 

Tailored Drapes 

Clearonce Priced 

Tltfte hAnif«umr o^ercurunie have br^n U'lorrd 
from bolt en'ls of vonie >•( our 
-that'f why ihr fTue i» »o InwM Cho'^ur from 
gla/ed rhtntr, (irintr>l ■atecti. pnittrci ruHra. xramtr 
cloth or KAilcluth jvMtiic »ilk aud cotton daniatki 
lino Included. Shop e^rlr— otUv one or tw pair* in 
each colour nr devixn. Itraprs are cumoletely Im- 
i«hed and ready ti'TIiaiiK 7 fret loiiit. 

SPECIAL. PAIK 

8.95 . 1 9.75 
Granite Cloth 

Cheerful Prints — 48" Wide 

tJon'l HUM tills vpr< ...I offer <>f granite rl"lh in new 
Colour* and de^iirn*! Floral or tr<>dern motiit. 

created to li'iKhteu \rmr home wilhmit depreome 
>'uur liuiiicel. V\ ule rboiic cd baski^riiund rolOura. 

I'or rfrapt«. cu»hion«. or lo-.'e coverv. this is the 
fabric you've waited fori 4<a* kitround* are ivorv. 
dark urecit. wjiie, t'tuarT''orpT?‘rtf Warlr; ‘ 0 Qlt 

Special, tanl 

EATON S—DRAFIRIES, SECOND FLOOR 



Trilite 



Complete Wifh 
Plottic Shoda 



Heavily weiulited ba«e is fin> 
ished 'in attractive brvvnre. “Ten- 
itr” insert close to base. Three 
candle arms and standard ICK). 
2(10. J00-w*att aofket. Washable 
plastic thade m anoried colour 
trim. 4 ^ AQ 

-Special, each 10.03 



Torchiere 



Matches almve Inlite — the pair wilt make an outsianding con. 
tributif'n In ynur room ensemble, while giving you all the hcht 
y-ciu nrcii Has heavy glass rellcclor. m chmre of 4 A CSQ 
ih/ee designs. Special, e^ch I b.03 



Convertible Davenport Lounge 



Lomp Shades 

Of beavv ivorv ”Celane«e'' 
fraj-on) on metal frame* with 
assorted c'dour braid trim. . . . 
Specially priced. S>res include: 



En9lish 



Trilife Junior 2.40 

Table. IV* l.tn 

Table. 14’ l.no 

Hrtdse 1 . 40 

lloudnir, R” 00< 

EATON'S— EUtCTRICAl. 

VIEW STREET 



Carved Wilton 



Sp«cia], each 

EATON'S — FURNITURE, SECOND FLOOM 



N?7\\’» tilt* tinte lo "iruke over” your 
hviiip r-: •::: and the easiest way to 

do it in with new carj-elinn! This 
hand^rmiely carvetl UiU*»n comes in 
the new ^hade lo harmoiiire with 
y.ui prc'ctii furni‘Imip* ^ feet wide. 



Trojan” Vacuum Cleaners 



Plate Glass Mirrors 



There's hrirTirng Tike 



Square yard 



a et.tv<f min nr t' 
space 10 your roomil Hang one mer l 
it lo reilert the view Imm the wind-iu’ ‘ 
to 24’'*3<)''. .All complete vvuU A Q| 
hangers. Special, each sS.Os 



I.ef the ’Troian" i.tke ihr ^v..Ik cut of 
Spring: efraninjj this ve^rl IVe it for nif:a 
and furniture with llie attachments m- 
eluded, elean r^jator*. p^no kevs, phona 
dials, etc., quickly and easily. 

Two e.sjen*»on wnnd. for use on drapea 
and Ied.:e% alv* included. Sturdy construe 
tmn— motnr covered bv K.NTO.V.S one- 
year servire cuaranlee. Save ^our.self bimri 
of Jiar<l work hirv vonr 
Trojan' at this special 
price tcKlav. 

SPECIAL— 

complete with attachmenta teW 



"Carvecroft" 

Wilton 

Broadloom 



EATON'S— MIRRORS, LOWER MAIN FLOOR 



Belgian Carved 

Wilton Broadloom 



Mere's an inexpensive wall to-wall carpeting which 
should Rive many years of hard wear in your home. 
The carved deslj^n lends added beauty to your 
rooms. Chouse ro*e, Rrey or beige in this hand- 
some broadloom. 9 feet wide. 



Clear Universal Varnish 

This high-gr»fle clear varnish is just what you need for 
interior w<»o<lwork and floors. You can't afford to miss 
this special price, row the Spring "painl up” 7Q< 
season is at hand! Special. Quart I W 

EATON'S— RAIN-n, LOWER MAIN FLOOR 



A very fine quality carpeting to add 
comfort and luxury to your home. 
Mard-wranng hroadlivom with attrac- 
tive carved de«!ign. in colours of green 
or grey. 9 feet wide. 



Square yard W»Qw 
EATON'S— FLOOR COVERINGS, SECOND FLOOR 



EATON'S— AFFLIANCIS, VIEW STREET 



Two-Burner Hot-Plates 

Have fvAO watt open-type elements, set on four sturdy legs, 
Fmi<hed in ivory enanipl. Conventrnt for light hou<ekeef>inK 

Can be used with 



Pottery Table Lamps 



2-Slice Turnover Toasters 



Pottery Boudoir Lamps 

To match veined maroon pottery table lamp, ^hade is of 
Celsnese l>av«^r»* wuh marn.m ruffle top and bottom An 

attractive adduioiuo your bedmoin! m 

Spevial. ea.h 5^05 

EATON'S— ELECTRICAL, VIEW STREET 



Chrottiium-finisbed toaster in popular a^uare design, strongly 
ronvtrucied for family use Ribbon-type clement rarnes 
r\'>r*i 1-year service guarantee. 9 QQ 



vemrd maroon pottery with gold trim, old w..rM scene painted 
on hi»e. Heavy silk shade, trimmed t.p sod bottom A QC 
with ruby-colour braid. Special, each O-OO 

EATON’S— ELECTRICAL, VIEW STREET 



and emer gency use in the larger household. 



Special (lest cord) 



Special, cnmplrie with rord 



EATON'S — ELECTRICAL, VIEW STREET 



EATON S— ELECTRICAL, VIEW STREET 



APPLE JUICE 



Sun-Rype Red Label. Jft.py tin* 



PITTM DATES Nfartin'i 

4-ni. pk 

BAKING POWDER 
ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR 



PINEAPPLE PIECES ^ 
PRUNE PLUMS 
ORANGE MARMALADE 

Nabob, 48-of. tt w , , , 

STRAWBERRY JAM 
DAD'S COOKIES 



SPAGHETTI AND CHEESE 



Franco-Amencan. l5-oi. tin 



PEPPER POT SOUP 
MUSHROOM SOUP 
BABY FOODS 
KETCHUP 



Five Roses. 49-11). 



Heins, tin 



Holsum, 
12-os. iar 



Heins, Hna. 



RED SPRING SALMON r'. 53 
SMOKED ALASKA BLACK COD^„ 



Heinz, bottle 



Economy sire, pkt 



COFFEE 



Mayfair, EATON'S. 

1 lb. . 



GRAPEFRUIT 
ORANGES 
TOMATOES 
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48 Of. tin 



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Snack or Sandwich 



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VKTOHIA, BKITISn rOU MBIA, XHl KSI>\V, M \KUI 23, 1950 



^0. 86 — MNETY-SECOM) YEAR 



\eteraii \\ins Another Feature 



UoulAr Pool 
SliariMl by I neUi* 

S AN BRONO. Califs March 
» HNS). The dall} 
double at Tanforan taorae race 
(rack paid a whopplni 
I1.603J0 UMlaj to exactly 13 
lucky Uckrthoidera. 

One of the winning bettors 
vaa uot strictly in the ‘iucky" 
class because he made a cure 
UUng of It by buyiur i*ver7 
possible comblnannn--144 -on 
tive twelve horses m each of 
the first two races. 

The mao walked up to a 
window in the clubhuujte and 
told the muiuel clerk: 

"I've always wanted to brat 
one of these dally doublea 
Give me ttie whole board.'* 

U c ~ t the unidcntiried 
bettor I2B8 but he still made a 
neat pioftt of I1JI4 30 
The payoff came witen 
Witch ^glish paid a plump 
9lM on a straight win ticket 
In the ;rcond race and Air 
Express returned tl5J0 
straight in the first. 



(I'la Lagers 

First tame 



From Jiltrrh to Eke Out 

^\er Peiilieton lluop?*terH | 

IS got I tournament at New Weauninsier I 
Ir bid ; yesterday. 

Inter' | The favored Duke of Connaught 
ipton* High School of New Westminster 
o eke ' trounced Orealon. 53'9t. and the ; 
ttrlon defending champion Vancouver Coh 
loublr lege qulnteue whipped S'ruth Bur- 
k In* , naby, 60-35. 

ettell Ladysmith bumped Into another 
of the leading o<intenders. Trapp 

h i Tech, and dropped a 41-26 decision. | 
I John Oliver. Vancouver's main hope. 

I trimmed Coquitlam, 40-22. 

I The Totems-Pentlchm contest I 
it« i P””'fd to be the feature game of [ 
.1 I the first day'i play In the four-day : 

I tournament, which will Include a | 
> I total of 36 gtuiies. Two loases will ' 
dl, eliminate a team from champion-! 

* ahip conlention. 

itarch * Penticton took advantage of I 
i Leo ! Totems' Jlitm in the early minutes | 
Eddie to run up a 9-0 lead and held a ' 
lodav I 3 .J margin at the quarter. Paced 
by Bobby Rowe, who topped acorefs ! 
I -New 13 points. Totems outacured 

Ute Okanagan aquad. 13-4, In Die 
^ ' aecrmd Quarter to cut the deficit to 
14-11 at the hall. I 

The Victoria quintette used a fast i 
break to overcome Penticton's close ' 
cheeking In the second half and 
built up their winning margin In the I 
third canto as It outacored the In- j 
terlor squad. 13-6 The clubs divided • 
13 points in the final period , 

Totem's second-round, opponent [ 
will be Kamloopa High School, 
which downed We»t Vancouver. 
46-33 Other first- round scores were; 
Tsolum 19, Maple Rid&e 36; ChUU- 
wack 61. Ocean Palls 36. 
l«dysmiih will meet l^lum today. 
IJne-aps fellow; 

Totem*— Hendry Z, Parker i, Rowe 
IS. Ilodvon 6 . Robb Z. Woollett t.* 
Oahlev, Gamer. Mrlnloah, Parry. i 
TeUi 3Z. 

Peatlrtoo — llogldlng g, Kenyon T. 
Rells Z. Gnilbaatl. Rail Z, Johnson 
4. Campbell 4, RIrdIne I, Boaltbee. I 
Total 39. i 



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Mtalrtsl. Watlta ttr 



{Ught-wliiger Norm DuasauU a 
tlOO goal, with 61 sevomts lefi. gave 
Montreal Canadte?'- a 1-1 triumph 
over Toronto Maple l.e.vfrt bef'-re 
14,678 Ian* at Turunto lavt night 
and a derldcil edge in the battle 
for the allVmportanl aecond - place 
6pol. The victory b-../*ted Canadi* ' 
two poinu ahead of the Leafs with 
only two games left fm each club 
Surrounded by his Jubilant playrn 
In the dressing-room after the game 
Montreal Coach Du-k Irwm said 
that at Uie end of the sei'ond period 
he had offered IlOO to the plaver 
who scored the winning e'>al. D<c • 
suit said ho would gne t26 each 
to Maurice Riihaid and Dilly Reuy. 
who helped on the play 

1 l ist llkb TROPHY 
Goalie Bill Dunian of Canadicru 
virtually clinched the Vetlrm Trophy 
for the sixth lime In seven seasons. 
Oetroit s Harry l.umley. his nearest 
competitor, allowed M-\en goals as 
Wing* edged New York Ranger*, 8-7. 

TIES NHL RPtORtV 
Ted Lln<b-t. Oeir ‘ le< gue- 



I) U> rft«id<‘a 
W’;. Or* 

’ >u r««> , 



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e-' #1 • , 

• t <i»d, 



AO 

Veteran Armed, who was brought out of retirement for Whiter racing • -)n m attempt 
to boost purse winnings past $900,000 mark, showed he Is still good campaigner when he won 
feature event at Oulfstream Park yesterday. Armed Is shown In front with Jockey O. 8curlock 
up. Stud Poker (on rail) was second, Harbuurton (second from rail) wiu third, and Snlle- 

qullo ion out.ilde) was fourth. 



Royals W in 

% 

Opener 
In Overtime 



Baseball 

Scores 



NEW WESTMINSTER. Maicli 33 
CP): A audden-death overtime gnal 
bv Amy DufsuU tonight gave New 
\AV-tmiryitcr ffeuaJi t 3-3 victor/ 
over Seattle Ironmen in the flr>t 
game of the Pacific Coast Hi>ckey 



League NorUieru DL"- !■'<& 



leading scorer, was held to a Uncle 



finals. Second came in the bcM-of- 
rive round wUJ be played here 
Saturday. 

Seattle took a 1-0 lead m the 
flrrl period on Brown's goal and In- 
creased It In the second on Senlrk's 
tally. Bab'e Pratt, New Wesimtnsler 
playing coach, cut the margin by 
one goal halfway through the 
middle session and DulauU pulled 
R<iyals even In the third frame 

With *33 aerunds of the first 
sudden-death overtime period left. 
ITllyot set up Dufauit with the 
winner. 

fHMMARY 

Firtt evrlod -I. Drattu Wroas «a«nkk' 

1*3] IVriaiiv Aluar 

flwond Parioe 1 t^atil* Wantrk iWtUh- 
l»> set I. waadnisiiar rr*u iUms* 
httT tniyiKi IS II eanaltiaa -Suisiiii 
Bat. irk 

TMtd Wrrtnd 4 Haw Wrtli»ilaa;ar. t>u- 
(agiC (Pratii * 19 Panaluaa — V«.*nil, 
M*drn*ki. PtsU 

0*«nuna I K*« WtaUBlniiar, DufauU 

itniyeli • IS 



i.>f rrJliiig the --'‘•re Into double 
figures again. 

GALI.ANT DErENTE 

But the Swede.' j)ut on a gallant 
defensive display and their five- 
men-back uoira slowed down the 
Canadian speedsiers Tbe referees 
hsTTbed out 10 pr'naUiea. six to Can- 
ada. In the rough contest. 

In an alterr.PMo ganjr, Swijarr- 
land defeatr-d Britain 10-3 to win 
the European amateur hockey title, 
awarded Ui the U>p Lurupean team 
competing in the wrirld event. 
Swltxerland placed third in front of 
Britain, Sweden and Norway. 

I .H. RCNNEBS-I r 

The United SUtrs team ‘was 
runner-up to Canada. The Amer- 
icans defeated Norway 11-6 in to* 
night's other game. 

Centre Duuk Macauley scored the 
flrat goal for the Mercurya mid-way 
through the firat perl>xl when he 
rifled home % rebound from Uie end 
boards with Sweden alxvrt-handed. 

The terund Canadian counter also 
came with a Swede In the penalty 
box when llauie Y'tuns. using Leo 
Lucchln) and Ad Newsome as de- 
coys, drifted through the defence to 
score from close In. 

Young combined cleverly with 
Lucchlnl for the third and last 
Canadian goal, late tn the second 
period. 

The prettiest goal of the night 
was the Swedish c^iunter in the third 
period. Ooesta Johanason swerved 
sharply around the Canadian de- 
fence and slipped a perfect pass tn 
Hnlger Nnrmela, who beat OoallB 
Jack Manson from point-blank 
rang*. 



ITNAL ST.ANDI.N’G 



Monarclis ^ 
In Overtime 



Canada 5 S 42 1 IS 

I'nited 8Ute* .. 4 1 ZS ZS 8 

KwUterland 3 t 11 IS S 



Britain 



h«edrn I 4 IS 16 1 

Norway S 6 IS 46 S 

Yesterday's areres: Canada 1. 
Sweden I; United btales 13, Nor- 
way S. bwUaerland IS. Britain 8. 

LONDON. March 23 Qt. -Edmon- 
ton Mercurya tonight regained the 
world amateur hockey crown lor 
Canada, whipping Sweden 3-t In 
the final game of the tournament. 

The vlcU>ry gave tha Wesfem 
Canada Intermediate champions a 
clean aweep in seven tournament 
games and Canada'a twelfth title 
In 16 tournaraenla since 1934 
Immediately after Itie torrid 
game, team captain Marsh Darling 
received Uve wtirld trophy from Pro- 
fe»or W. O. Hardy of the University 
of Alberta, council president of U^r 
International Ice iforkey Federa- 
tion. as the 8.000 fans applauded the 
popular outcome of the tournament 
RrCEIYEH MT.r>AI,B 
Each player received an Individual 
gold medal with a two-inch stamped 
figure of a hockey player on It. 

When Coach Jimmy Graham was 
called to the tee to receive hit medal, 
the Canadian players knelt and 
alapped the Ire wltji their sticks 
almost loudly enough to dnnm out 
the cheers of the crowd 
Tha game, the last of the six- 
team round-robin final pool, was 
urvexpectedly stiff for the Mercurys, 
who had gone on the Ice confident 



SAN FRANCISCO. MHfch 23 (/T) 
Foraard Sam Kennedy vued a 
gival at 23 secimds of a vuddeii -dea'h 
overtime period tonight to give t,os 
AngeleA Moiisrrhs a 4-3 vtr'ory 
over San FiaiicUco in ihe Mist 
game of a round-mbln play-off in 
the Ri.uthem Divuion of the Parillc 
Coast Hockey LcHgur. 

The game waa thr>'Wn li>: i over- 
time .. when 8hamr‘-i;kA' Cent# 
Homenuke *^ored unae.-;*lfd mid- 
way In live third petiod to a' ot 
Ihe srnre at 3-3. 



ENGLAND DOWNS RCOTLAND 
MIDDLEBSROUGH. England. 
March 23 (Reutera). — Tha English 
League today defeated tha Scottish 
liCmgue. 3-1. In an Inler-league 
aorrAf match. 



Additional Sport 
on IH and 27 



Hockey Scores 



cm»i4Ad les m ass-u ii a 

•t t«uu >Ai ISl MS St^ I IS I 

Uait4M«« WytiA, n- cM i1>. aaa Mvrrar. 
■tarr. F«rr.4 ■•>, BcttaiM iS> Upebarrtt 
<1> PUgruB •!>, Stmana tl<. Rt-ix ‘f 
anS L»H»r RovSlnf. K H X 

PtiUaStlphls (A; SOO Sai SSS B • 1 

Brooairn SM ess aos-4 s e 

Batl*rW4 Fowlar, Krl.nrr iSi, Ki;*mAn 
(1>. anS Aairaih; kCItllkfn, fin* tli. fUtBA- 
III. and CampaarUa. 



Vs Sipn Veteran Pitrher 



Ckatll* I. He« W*4ift)tn4t*r 9 (Ov»r- 
urn* > FirK sania *f HorOuro 

»«n;-nB*) 1 

Iji* AnerHi 4 Ban FTarxl*r« ] iO*tr- 
Um*> 'FTftv gamf pt Rnund flefala wrv*. 
Bwtibam Pi«(*ion > 

a c. jnnoa **b" 

H*Iten S. KanlooM 4 iXaaloep* vtnt 
t<rtai-|*al a»riM. tS-lli 

t'suL. FiAT-orra 
at Fatil I. kf lnn»ai«olii a 'Ftrtt ax'"* 
at b«*l-af.|i«4 **rlet > 

A R L FI AT-orra 

Biirrala I. 0«*«land V iFlrat gaM *g 
S«>l-al-**T<n *-rn!-rina> f^rlva i 
AILAH CtF 

NOBTIIgRH OHTASIO 8SRIOB 
SauU St* M*rM «. Marta Bay S. (g**t- 
e(-nr* **rl»« Ikd. 9 -9 i 

BASTVBM raKAOS aBHlOfl 
Oameatl 14 Rtiil 9 iCarneaU Uadi 
l»«4t-a(-w«fn final*. 9-A > 

MrwoaiAt. rt'F 
ORA JI'HIOB 

Oultpb t. Windaor 4 <B»M.af.M*«B 
tt*d. 9-9 • 



Real Battle ii 
For Positions 



Prospect 
ill Moiiiul 



uveriime Hiii 
I Gives Arsenal 
Final Berth 



It'S going 'to be a battle royal for 
the seven nr eight poalUona on the 
mound gtafi of tha 1850 Victoria 
Athletics. Still not aatlafled al- 
though he has already signed seven 
experienced pllchera and threa 
rooklM. Buxlneaa-manager Reg 
Patieraon yesterday announced the 
signing of another veteran and 
negntlaflons with a second experi- 
enced moundsman. 

Latest member of the hill corp s la 
Righthander Joa MUhaaek. former 
Coait League pitcher with tha 
Honywood Btan. Manager Marty 
Krug had been negotiating with 
Mlahaaek for aeveral weeks and 
notified Pattanon yaaterday that he 
had been signed. 

COULD HELP TTAM 
■ Recent recordg on MUhaaek were 
not available last night but he won 
16 gamM . for Hollywrvod In 1946. 
which Indicate* he could be of con- 
siderable value If hs has retained 
any of hla old form. He waa also 
with the Stara for part ef the 1946 
season. Mlshssek appeared tn 43 
PCL games tn 194A. losing 16 and 
mmpieung 19 He pitched 252 In- 
ning*. gave up M bases on balU and 
struck out 84 Ills earned run aver- 
age waa a rather high 6 14 

Alan on fire U a deal with Ron 
Smith, another former Hollywood 
rightliander Smith had a 15-20 
record with the Stari In 1946. ap- 
pearing In 44 game*. 23 of them 
complete In 381 tnninn of pitch- 
ing. he gave up 110 bases on balU. 
struck out 97 and had an earned 



run mark of 4 39 HU record was 
7-6 with Ihe Rtara In 1946 btit hu 
eamed-nin average Improved to 
3 49 Krug U high on both pitchers. 

ACQUIRES CIIORLTON 

ArquUtUon of K Cbnrllnn. former 
Reattle High RchnnI alar with Van- 
couver Capa last season, was con- 
firmed b>' Patterw>n laH night when 
queried on a Reattle report that the 
Rslniers were sending Chorlton to 
Victoria. A promUlng player with 
plenty of spe^. Chorlton wtll likely 
get a shot at one of the Infield posi- 
tions Falling there, he will be used 
In the outfield. 

Cborlton appeared In Tl games 
with the Cape last season and wound 
up with e batting mark of Jit. He 
went to the plate 273 times and In- 
cluded 15 doublea. one triple end five 
home runs among hU 78 hits. He 
drove In 38 rune arvd stole seven 
bases He appeared exclusively aa an 
outfiflder but the flalnlera hr>pe to 
convert him Into an Infielder 



V ic llip^h Meets Oak Bay 
For Soccer Suprenutcy 



LOS ANGELES. March 33 (INS). 
— Olenn Darla, famed "Mr OuUlde** 
of wartime West Point football 
teama, today jrlgned a contract to 
play next season with the Loe 
Angelas Haim of the National Pro 
league. 



tha Pemwood naUnlnder for the 
first time thU scaaon. George Hann 
scored the equaUaer early In the 
second half and Bob Allen notched 
the winning marker shortly after. 
Mt Douglas remained in eontentlnn 
until the final five minutes when 
Renn. Gary Pynn and Bob CArke 
netted In quirk succession for tl^ 
wlxmera. 



By 

Wolf nffaeri 



FAN FARE 



Victoria High School and Oak 
Har will meet tn a bect-of-three 
aerlea for The Colonial Cup emble- 
matic ef Inter-hlgh school soccer 
■upremscy. 

The city students completed the 
Senior Xnter-High School League 
play undefeated by trotmcing M* 
Douglas. 6-1, yesterday while Oak 
Bay broke a second -place deadlock 
alth Mt View by edging the Saanich 
aqiutd, 3-2. 

Mt Dnuglaa broke through (he 
VIctorfa defence early In the flh>t 
half adth Duncan Smith beating 



Midget Hockey Pinal, 7 P M. 
ROYALS Vs. MAROONE 

8 P.M., ICE SHOW 

BY 

PRO KiC SKATING CLUB 

Jurann* Hockey Final 
9:30 V M. 

BEARS Va SENATORS 
Adults 60^ — ChJldf|n 



now THEY STAND 



CaatKil Na. 1 . 
■UUng omcere 
CaaiMdl Na. f . 
PaM RegenU .. 



Random Hartetl 

Most disconsolate man In town these days U Ted Reynolds, 
CJV1 sporU announcer. An ardeht baseball fan. he was looking 
forward to another season broadcasting the W.I.L. games here 
when a change of sutlons altered fond plans. Ted was doing 
an excellent Job and will be missed . . . Alpine Dairy won lU second 
game In tha A.A.U. basketball tournament last night, upsetting 
the seeded Loa Angeles Cllftons, 67-53 . . . Members of the %'k-tarla 
High Rrhool Totems will be Interested to leam that Olympia 
College cagera who defeated the Totems here In an exhibition 
game by one point after oyertime, trounced Grand View College 
of Dea Molnca. 63-47, In the first round of 4he C.8. Junior College 
Baaketbail Toamamrnt . . . Ruts Latham, former Victoria Rugby 
Star who Is even more In tha limelight as the ace backflelder of 
the VA.C. Thunderblrdm scored 60 out of the first ISl polnU his 
club made . . . Members of the Victoria Athlellra will start strag- 
gling Into tha city any day now. Bhortslop llin Dunn, who hka 
In-laws here. Is expected to be (he first. Manager Marty Krug 
ta due here Monday afternoon by plane from Loa Angeles . . . 
Baseball fana who have the time ran listen to a major league 
broadcast eyery day from the start of Spring training through 
the season. Radio BlaUon ROU Beattie. wlU carry the broadcast 
for the Pacific Northwest. It starts at 10;iS a.m. . . . Montreal Is 
rlyKlIlng New York as the boxing centre of the continent and 
•QoUnued ipod attendances Indicate eren mors important fights 
tor the tutors . . . Can't help wondering If Coley HaO was finally 
rendered ^) 06 chleM at Taeoma Tuesday night after watching his 
Caancka taks that horrendoiu play-off trtmmlng . . . Tht Tan- 
aony e r CxrUng Ctab made a nMi profit from tha Canadian eurUng 
thamplonahlpa. Gate receipts were $12,000 and tha oosts were 
17,000. 



Ix>ses Benefit of Error 



with first place already cUnched 
and second place reasonably assured, 
interest In the Royal Arcanum Bowl- 
ing league has turned to who will 
tnhsbit tbe cellar position 
Council No 3 and Past Regents 
aro at preeent tied (or the bottom 
spot, after the Pavt Regent took 
two gamea last night from Sitting 
Offierra and Council No. 3 lost two 
to Oounc^ No 1 St the Arcade AUara. 

Pinai games tn the league wUl be 
played next week. 



COMMERCIAL 

HOCKEY 

CHAMPIONSHIP 



DOUGLAS TIRE 
vs. NAVY 



(.leveland Barons 
Crush Bisons, 7-1 



CIXVELAND. March 23 CF).— 
Cleveland Barona tontiht opened 
their bert-of-wven playK>fT serlea 
(or the AtTverlcaa Hockey l^gue 
OUe by cruahlrv Buffalo Blwms. 
7-*l. 

The Buffalo club had the acore 
tied 1-1 for a (ew mlDutm In the 
second perkMl. oo a ahot by Bid Mc- 
Nabney, but the Banme* eupericw 
speed and pasalng then enabled 
them to pull away. 

Cleveland's (wo top foal-getten 
of the seaaoo. Roy Kelly and Tod 
rapped two- apteoe. Its other 
eeorva were by Ray Cemalnn. Pete 
Leswi^ and Bobby Caret. 



ALL lEATS RESERVED 

Tickets on Sale at Kern's Ltd.. 742 Port Street 
Friday. March 24— g A M. to S P M. 

NOTE— BOX AND MEZZANINE SEATS 
Row A to K— VctkrB 1 to 11 Incl.— Sec. IS to 2S loct. TCf 
Row A ao K — See. 12 to 14 Ind —Bor. 26 to 2t IttcL 8 9 
Belsnce of Rmk— Roeerved BO# 

Ch&drcn In BO# Reewvtd. toction 25. to Be Purchased et Rink 
Only. Tickets for Monday's Game May Be Purcheeed Pridey 



«-AF wtr«ea«4» 

Roy fimaUey. Chicago Cube' ebortstop, bounces back to first as Lm 
F leming. Baa Fran c laeo Beals* first baaeman. mlaaM wild pick-off 
attempt from mound during sixth tiinlAg of exhlbttloa game at Ban 
Pranciaco yestmtay Bmafiey reached third on wild throw, srhlch 
bounced Into right field, but was oaUad out tar faLlUng to tomm aaeond. 



Memorial 

Arena 



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PISHERMEN*t CO-OP 

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Selections 



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for i^ualiiy 
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A nv* iiamv ha* brtn addvd t 
VlolorUt vporu dlctionarT- 
omrUU of th» city I liiwr-^uy 
Xji.;-r-’-^ T«igut an try liav* oflv-lally 
tccrptrd the nam* tthamrurka (ur 
Uie club. A brtkhl »re«j tweater 



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A yt • BKO a bfoi e of broke in ai 

KaKuc bailiity U'A(lernf, ; : 'Diry were Ceor 

Jackie Rntit : <>1 the iwidk!-:-. Huiph Kin 
iitip but Kinvr rfalSy t-e!'-' ed, liri been 
hapiball ha* knuwii in many yc«ro. 

Ell th. who wer- -yppifcied t® wm 

ml 'Ad. Tl.'-v W'-.. Ted WiUuii.f. Ahd Jlx'.I 
I; . ..e »;.ft S’i 4 fi M'* h<r the N«»!'-!ib 1 
Irakue bu* M wuMit Ui rrumth ^iniea W ou 
to be in »htj»e now and ihu ihraild tw:i« Ui 
•Ake over the top *ia>i ax 

,g raourdp GikluK,;ii< 

lu*e luiuh Their iU 



THE FAMOUS 



r RubUt HiU. 

Crwwler- 

B«at Bet-Hall Pint. | 

AT TANrOB.AN 

L Sly Out. Wurida Apart. Duib 
B hiiwer. 

1 1 Lovely SiU. Betty't Alibi Clan 
I Abbey. 

Is. Herald. R-li-Kiddia SuvrUif Sir 

4 . Oflaet. Charbob. War Eaglet. 

5 . Quu Row. Saefwd Cow. Row Awaj- 
, 1 caaUe HUi Uie of UBl. Uoonrtw 

1 7 . Owner'! Choica, Blue Border. Im* 
j perium. 

1 1 . Port EafUMBr. Soon Again.' Puee 



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Hamm Paw. 



SPALDING 

GOLF CLUBS 

Jon#» Iron* Stl .75 

KtoFlue Iron* Bh.T 5 

Junee Wood* BB .75 

Kro-Klit* Wc*od* SfA.OO 

Complete Golfer * Requirrmeeilv 

ROBINSON’S 

SPORTING GOODS 



Smier Learnt 
^Seeks (lhaii«e 
.In Cu|) Dates 



H*re are thru n_' 

Tiku u a ' 
iM. Mti.MAl. 34 «. u 
3 L and MuMat >• 

Afound vaJ.ie But hu man:. •; t too far *U.ve UkMagkiO* or auuiai*. 

Lnleaii aonje n»»god bre«k» arrive aU Uure rhouW have big years -year* 
/anklug fl *e m fheir bc»i. All three are ui vhape and all three have 
h«eo hitting weU to the citn;, eipruit 

(iol .itt ay Ifadly 

Mtulai -rtt awav badlt m »W 4 * and 1 V 49 He rame from .340 lait 
: A*un U) ASa. but he admit* he need* a faster Uke-off WAsn'f U>o 
well In l> 4 B." M>* -And I Ju*t,jvaM. t hltUng in the early part 

-.f the iwa eaaon. En«-s hUughter (tad the same eaperlencc atid It wa* 
wme time before we got foina acaln. I never felt beiur than I do, 
ru)W ao Uiere ll be no re.-ur*n for another early alump." . 

If WlUlam^ W aB at hla hl'tmg. be never ahowv It. He never | 
leveali Uuii he,ri“‘ ilvsitened up Ted ha« the finevl hand-and-wrut < 
attlon. Ihe bc't ‘•<-ordmallon between ey*- and hand* I ve ever Bren 
No one eaw tn bw-^wBean wau mi lung before aiArtUig hi* awmi ‘ Right 
out of your gkivr ' Bill aaii 

DiMaggiu* IMP mark wn.* remarkable convidertng hi* late iiart and 
hu oUier UU But Joe. like Ted and IHan. look* physically ready for a 
i.if year This U aW» *e 7 vmg notice on Krll and Roblnaon that both 
have a battle on before taking over U>e lead again. A young fellow by 
ine name ol Country Slaughter might cut In. loo. He know* what a^ 
hat U for. I' 

T/ir Leadirifi ! 

In the way of dutanre hitting. Ralph Kltier haa left the oilier* burlod ' 
ko a anowdrlft Hu laat three »eaaona wuh the Pirate* havt been yeara 
that alai''si matened lome of Babo Ruth's tJiree-year ipanv *nie J 7 - 
ycar-old outfleWer hit 51 homer* in 1 M 7 40 In 194 B and 64 In 1 M» j 
•T thUik Babe'* mark of 60 U pretty «afe.- KUier aald in Califonila a , 
few week* av* ' You've r?‘= g'»t to keep bitting home run* all Oi# time I 
I hit 30 m the U.M 30 .day* laat aeaaon and *tUl fell »la ahorw You have i 
to get away good to have even a chanre to reach W' 

Wuh Johnny Mire* not playthg^foo-orwn tTRI Toe OtMawpo geuing _ 
no younger, the mam American League Job falla to Ted William*. Ted 
blew himvelf to 43 homer* but year, the beat big*leagm mark of*hU 
career. Stan M isial h«d 3<1 and thl* Cardinal la another who may make jjjij 
hu chalieitae. But Kmer looka to be out of range now 



kl> 1 >lt; WAllKtb 
Fully recoveren fmtu pbar fatal 
ati'ioUnf by anraiilured girl fan 
b».’. Summer. Wal’ku* appeara 
certain to atari aea*un In regular 
p. .luon’at firwt ba*e for Phila- 
delphia PhiUiea He ha* been 
biulng well and ha* aeveral home 
run* to hi* credit in game* against 
other malor leagua cluba ia grape- 
fruit CilCUit. 



I. PapagcHi, Nameaak*. Uttla Dalph 
Beat Bel— Caatlt HIIL 



TORONTO. March M CP*. -Tit* 
Natloital Soccer lJU»rue. Weaierti 
.‘x-tuon. haa petitioned the Domln- 
los Pootball AuocUtlOD to chaug* 
chaffipiurudUp doclara^ioQ da tea truai 
July 14 *0 August 14 and change the 
Dominion Cup competlthm from 
August to the end of September 
The le?: ie felt Out tlu preeenl 
method of operating the D»imlnlou 
Cup competition place* too much 
hardship on the compeilng teanu 
j and make* pniertng It a financially 
. un.viund propneitlnn. They aald 
' moving the cup date would build 
i apeetatur Interest. 

U the rule* are changed the 
league ha* aUo suavrated that the 
Dominion A.uoc!-*V'n'a asseumeni 
Uf 7 S per cent uf each gnu* gate be 
waived CMT league quatlfytng round* 

I Inter-league pl*y-oB« would then 
i be considered the same a* aeml* 
ftnala. of which 15 jwr cent of the 
'groM win go bi the DP A 



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8 !u* BorSer 111 

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Port Fncli'Vtr ill B*e Bee (taot 

Boon Atain It* mibl . 

PvU HOUM ito Barguai 

Pnre Rix 111 BorKtlt 

Rilke CM* 1*1 

Pltei *Mi. I le »«. 



MOONEY’S 
AUTO BODY SHOP 

U the b**t place in town for 

BODY BUILDING 



ill li.ausural 
1 p»rK»i>e» 
lia War Tor* 

Ui Uxeirioa 
ir» CAo* 

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Partial Ban Set 
On ('zeeli Sport 
^ itli W esterners 

PRAOtTE. March 13 iReuteml.^ 
The ahope of things to come fur. 
East'European *port«men wa* fore- 
shadowed here yeaterday when In- 
formation MlnlAter Vaclav Kopecky 
of Carho-Slovakla announced a par- 
tial ban on *porting ftaiturni be- 
tween Cgecho-Slovakla and Wiwtem 
countrlei. 

Cgecho-SlovaklB— looer of «kating> 
Ire hockey and tennis sVarv. who 
decided not to return to their hocne- 
tand after trip* to the Weat— would 
In tutura look mainly .o tha Eastern 
deni'kcraelet fnr IntamatkmaJ epori* 
relations, he aald in a report made 
public today. 

Kopeekv blamed Ctecho-Slovak 
, las recent withdrawal from the 
world loe hoi kPy cliamplocuhlpe In 
Londkin on the provocative behavior 
i of the BrtlBh sport* authorttiei. 



Mil* M Him*. 630 



' Ltifky Strike; 

I J. Neuneld. 473 . Mi*» U. Camle. 441 ; ' 
• MUi J. Barbar. 526 p*R. Oauvreau. , 
' 543 . handicap. 447 . Total, 2 . 060 . 

TO ATTF.NU BANQITT 
PUial compelRlon wUl be held 
next Monday at A M p.m. when a 
representaUv.e ‘team from the Bel- 
mont Building meet* a represenla- 
I live team from Ihe D.V A. Hospital 
‘ for th* BurneU Cup The annual 
I banqiiet and prise proaentatlon will 
> ' be held at tha Monurcy tha same 
' 'evening at 7 . 30 . 



BE WISE MOONBYIZE 

The Kfttimaied Coat, i* the Coet Yoo Pay 
514 Cormorant St-B 4177 HM Vancouver 8 t 



“Y” Will Send 
16 Swimmers 
To Title Meet 



lai Bun B«una — . tie 

I'K) I '.A... 

I**? PtKjr Po'ir* 1 ' 
.. 1*1 cpeuttM* — . til 

k m 

■ vri— On* *nd SB *i*Mh 



MEN! 



II* Rbbin HUi IM 

111 D%err~ 

><i o*u»ni Mks 4 *a m 
le* Vkituiik a*«r !i.> 

111 BanilorB Ik* 

> ' II* 

It* Wbllvtftre Bod it* 
11 * j<w p*e« 114 

Itw (.'*r**i a«**« its 



W 1>* P*u*o* 
AMtM P*riD*r 
Maki Cr«*.*( 
MMt awm 
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IdiuAr 
AIML* lA* 



BOOTS 

RUBBER SOLES 



Clark Elected 
New President 
At Gorge Vale 



,\in 0 jScoA 



Coiifi^ars, RoyaLs Share Honors 



r.lH.KON '8 BOWLAOROME 

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ftuakb**** I *>• *• 

Talfrrv «»>•* *■ 

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smilin' a** » '* 

BaaUeraoi* 

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•f • k*i a Mium. M* toiki* *11. 

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Mun.ti »a«. w T.meWlnft «« * 

n- • '•'k* i L**(b»«. *i* loMi* 

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J R Clark wa* eVeted president ' 
nf the Oorge Vale Golf Club at it* 
annual general meeting hHd at the 
Monday. More than 100 
members were present. 

It was reported at the meeting 
that th* club 1 * In a healthy ftnan- 
elal condition and the main oblec- 
tiv« thU year Is the purchase of th* 
ehib 

J W Mathr*' wa« ehfyen as vice- 
provident while R. Hume will serve 
aa club captain Other offirlais 
I named were Dlrecinr* for two-year 
(term. J Kennedy. R." L • Oi*. 8 
Ipaterwoc: diracbon for one-ytar 
I term. O. Merrlman. J. Davli and 
I Mr* R. Panthorp*. 

B. Klrkham, R. Panthorpe. K 



VALENTINE WORK BOOTS, 
Rubber snd Laathaf . 



A ho*l of new l*ague lecords were ; 
written Inlo the Pacific Cri*! Hoc- 
key Isiagiie recr>rd hnuk thl* .wn- 
»nn wllh New We‘'lmla>*er Roknl«, 
Vlelnria Coiirors and Tamma Roc- 
ket* AeiMnr the p**e , 

Tlie Rr- *ei- pAced b‘ Uieir *«p 
• rlo of Met Rend. Roiiii;.' Rome and ' 
Wingy JohnAtoii, *et a new team | 
Coal-*eortng mark of 302 . Vancou- 
ver Caniick*. with 100 C'taU. and 
Royab. with 191 . alM) topped the 
Aid ttandard of 385 . set by Royals 
last year. 

ADAM TOP GOAL GETTER 
Individual records eel by Tamms 
player* InelutWd; Moat gnala aeore. 
53 . by Doug Adam, topping th* 50 
acored by Pat DMblens of Portland 
last year m>i*t asaisu. 67 . bv Read, 
hettarlng the 84 earned hv RUl 
Caraa of Vanmiiver laat >eai . and , 
moAt pensllie*. 187 mlnuU«. by 
Norm OuAUvaen »ht<h was II 
oilnuiea'mnre lhan Ihe record aet by 
Realties Cienrae benlrli Iasi »ea- 
son. 

Rovale tkwd tiie bulk u( .club rec- 
ords on Ol* crcdil side while C'*n- 
gam *ei a mimher on the bvlng 
side. horaU lopped Ihrir own rer- 
an! of rnnet points m a seawin with 
gft rompared with the lormer mark 
af 83 . plaved rn'o* tird games. 16 . 
sgainAt Portland seven In the 
tPAg.ia se««op. had lenrt game* 
Wt In «faion. 19 ' mo«^ tin at 
honae, nine moxt Mea awav. seven. 

. 4 'orGAR R»roRitn 

Onugar* spt new marks for I.ow- 
a*t point standing. M' mo*t b;'.’."e«. 
42 least vicioriea. 22 ; moat road 
defeat*. 31 ; and lea«t mad vlc- 
Inrle*. two. 

Oealilr *et a new marb of 111 
p-ir least goals scored In a season 
wliIlP Cougara conceded 307 goal* 
4 o ae* anoUier n^w standard Port- 
land'* 138 gnala agaiii't equalled 



B'-t *rrx«al4** *1 •*■!* He**** — 

Culnnir **'A 

L«ai>»l U*t*t ai*««k wlia *• U »i 
Caviar*. 14 

l4in(»(l vlakxM alr*ak — Caaiara, let 
*•••!«• 

ni|(x*i •kalaal-Taraioa a«»r Vl*t«rk*, 

• • 

l*»k—t Ikrra i«aki — H#» W*«I<biii<i** 
aaakn.l ianriairr tkr»« f**)* in II 

•*r«n 4 » 

A number nf other rec<>rdi> will 
probablj' be wrUtep in'o ih* book 
when official league figure* cover- 
ing brdh northern and •oulhern 
divisions are rwleased. 



MODERN SHOE CO 



Yale* at Geveridnenv 



Fred Grnft*mi(h 



'fv. 

iwm 4** R apt'**' kS® •• i.*e 4t*. 
' W't!«fin ITS loiaia 1i:. M« MS J *4* 
ah«s win iei*» 



f an^where with 

spo/mm 



anvi^iama— C Slael*. A 

4*1 K Biewkrl Ml S 'htreer. Ml. 

airalkrnna C»ie— C OU-m. 4 M, W 
erUkV. Ml. t Hovrent. 4 ^ Vaa"*!*?^ 
Silk H aast. M*. Tovea. 1 **. •**. * 4 '— 
a.u* 

BUaiBoeM Ca/ajeee see. 

ARCADE ALLEYS 

PO MAIL CASBIiaa 
r*i>ae^~j De»ke*. * 4 *. a. o*a*«*a *•*. 
D tret*. Ml. J .po* »*• * 
ie~ I* Cm* mi Haadxap 4 ll Tuiax 
SM. I.VN. ***-].MS 



Mara'* on oN roand aaoVar #io 4 b 
toflorad 5 o fit oil your Ashaig 
naada. Wt oempoct anougb to fb 
fha trunk of your cor< Ighr 
onough lanly 39 Ibi.) io moka cm 
aosy corry to ond from yoiw 
boot or on porfoga. ond tf hot 
oil tha parfomonca faotura* that 
you flkherman wonL 



Remember ^ben 



Warld heavywelcM cbajoplan 
Jtmmr Braddwk tamed deww Mas 
Rehmellng** gaerantee ef W 56.*88 
for a heavTwetght title fight la 
Berlin. II wm 11 y 4 «rt age Unigbl 
that Braddeeti made that deetMon 
and Inktead elected ia meet Jae 
leaK In Chleage. II# iMd hi* eeawn 
a hen knocked aqt In the eighth 
round of the boat wtth the Brown 
Bam her. 



— U ll*r*»>r. *3 • PktarWC 

• •ar. Jil. T auioaii. SM. A 
4 SS. It B«l>. MS. Na^ 4 le*P iU 
IM wn I *TS- > M» 



Vx'torla High Rchool Blgi-ks etp- 
hired the HsinUton- 8 mHh ITophy, 
omblrmatkc of the Inier-Hlgh Rrhool 
Girl*' Ba.’.keiban licague ch«tnpl'<n- 
nhlp. when they defeated their 
sehoi'lmatfs. Ooldi. 30 - 34 . In a 
Vlctrrtn 



V ru«k*r 40 '. 
HUk. «1l. J 
Taula 1 Ml. 



Naiale-C 0 *»k»*. LH 
War*. L’l. a*' 

cL . •** HandUa* ML 

la *TJ ,v?*r 



lifavfs for Australia 

BURBANK. CalU.. March 23 'INS' 
-Jockey Johnny Lnngden and hb 
wife. Basal, left for Sydney. Au- 
uaUa. today, where the jockey wrlll 
ride In four eventa. 



— J *11 O **■ 4 *® 

Irey Ml *- WM'let 14 J U 

a ni'k*. •* n*"’ii'-* 4 > »m 
UJ i. i.oai.. ]Oi 8 -L>*a 



sudden-death game 
High Frhnol gymnasium ye*lerday.l 

The game wa* evenly C'mte«tefl| 
with Oiklda taking a 6-5 lead at the 
quar*er but ftlllrg behind, 16-11 | 
at tha half. Loaem rallied In Ihe 
third quarter to redure the deficii 
to 10 - 31 . but Black* staged a ntne- 
point offensive in the final period 
to elUich the derUUm. 

line-up follow- 

Black* — rhvllt* raekharn 17 . 
Jackie Hudson. Pat B right 11 . DUne 
lleanev. Irene Hande. Georgina 
t.i)we 7 . Jagat Basl. iiephaale dtnli. 
ToUl- 38 . 

< CMd*— Pat Mason It. Pat M^Rae 
I. Gerry Knakl I, Narma Rllehle 3 . 
Florenee Pickering. Joan M'hiticn. 
f.lhrl t'gglngton. Heather MeGlHIr- 
arav, Slarv BlinaMV TaUl— 84 . 



BPORT WENT PRO 
The first professional . football 
gaae la Arnica was played In 
IBBA at Lafrobe, Pennsylvania. 



TKo Spectwin h<h Evbwude's Fscii/iiv# 
"Fnkaemon Drlva*, lha lower unit fhol . A 
sBce* Rwowglr iMck weed beds, bobi pj 1 
unKormed ovee subenerged obstructlont, I 

foke* you right Into Nioae Herd-lo-gel-ot 
woter* where Ashing I* best. IKb 3.3 h.p. N 
•bemote Aring Sportwln treks tor hours, 
yef b hot plenty of speed and powq*. 

See Ihb Ane Athbg motor ond the tour 
other I 95 D Gvinrvde models ot your 
fvinrude deoler's now. V 

SK>«TSMAN-t. 5 h.p. SPOtTWIN- 3 J h-p.' 
FlEfTWIN— 7 J h.p. with Duo-Chrfeh 
FASTWN.U.O hp. with Gear SNA 
ond seporeto Cnd»-o-Doy toef Took 
SPKDfTWM — 33 J h.p. * 



For Sunday Games 

TORONTO. March 13 CP» -A, 
special by-law wlU be prepared hi 
penntl Toronio Maple Leaf* of the 
IntsmaUnnal League to pUy^un- 
diiy famea here tlUs season. Board 
of Conimt decided today. 

A further city bi-law governing 
other Sunday ^oru will ba brought 
; In Uler. the board said 



Give your feet a break j 
with a SLATER. Swift lines 
that flatter the foot. 

A roomy shoe ^ 
fSa\ with easy fit. ^ 



the mark *«i bui vmi by Royals. 






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Csrkurfttor ■imI Motor 
Tuno*Up Sorvico 

24 YEARS 

toa iwo 



MOTORS 



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Page 19 — Amusements 



Memorial Arena 
Schedule 



Oailv Astrolo£v 



The Cutlass Empire 



ly F. VAN WYCK 



MASON 



I Hr KITA DEL MAR 

TBl'RKDAT. MARL S U. 1M« 

Todaj'f QuotAtlon; *'You caono 
teach a man anythini: you cat 
only help him to And U wlthio him 

*eir'-OallIeo. . _ , 

Thuraday (or Everyone ; Attend to'cmain o( the older buccaneer cap- 
rouUnaand ordiuary intcreata: pro-jtalna (eel much pul upon Uiat you: 
tect your aaaeU. belunfinp. tn huaband vaa elected their Admtra 
momlnf. Afternoon and early rve- ' foUoa'loc Manavelt'a death in Tor 
nlng favor dfipatchlng liema efn- tuga“ 

ciently. dealing* with th«»e nearby -MaruveKi dead?" She raUed i 
■a well aa agenta and kin. .heavy dark brow. *I had not heart 

Look for your blrthdate and bi’th* of ll-ol what cauae?" 
algn below: . “^mje aay the old fellow died of i 

March 31 to April 19 ‘Ariet>— L|,^jjgury." the phyalclan replied 
Daytime: give po«e«ion* or budget- 1 . HoUande 

ary consideration* due care *as poiAimed." 

nlng: tialL, read, or corrwpond. this aoT” 

April 20 to May M (Taunia*— j “sj^yhap. Who know*?" Armltag 
Give ground when view* of other* replied carelesaly. 
are Juai. •‘Treat your-velf** to an | . browning and commenting to r»r 



Victoria, B.C., March 23. 19S0 



liatUi (Colonist 



THUKSOAY, MARCH Ilrd 
Navj (Camm.l . YO 00-Y t 00 e.iw. 
Navy 11:00- 1 OO g.«. 

■ •glAMf*' 

OaMet leO-SOOg.ai 

y«ikli« Skat«Kg S 00- lOOg.m. 

Miaor Hatkcy 

amJ Pro Roc _ 7 00-10 JO p m. 
AMtonvotivo 

Loogy* 10 JO-11 :J0g.M 

PRIDAT. MARCH J4rk 
Pro Rte 7 00- • JO * m. 

V.P S.C I JO-10 JO* M. 

Noey Oyoior' 12 00- 1 00 p.m. 
Commercial Loogw* 

Ploy OH 7:00-10 JOpm 

Junior Hocliey 

Procitc* 10; JO- M: JO o.m 



Re lingered In hi* bureau only 
long enough to rtp Itti recently eocn> 
poaad letter Into very minute ah red* 
iTfi Be Continued' 

•C«ByHoht l**e. hj r Vw Wt<a Maaoa. 
cepmehi. leee er Hr* T6rt 'pen 
Cer»*roUen ■ 



mary aignaturt when a a m a l l noUe 
over hi* 



prompted htni to peor 
ahuulder. SmUlng a damp aleepy 
amiie. Mary EUxabeth at4>od on the 
thrcahold with a peraplraUon-eoddcn 
nlghtray^gmphaeing the sturdy pro- 
portion* of her body. 

When 



Ilanl-Sliootinp[ l\ esteni Opus 
Next for Bur I Luu vaster 

HEARD IN HOLLYWOOD 



head reeled 



dark 

against the daiker hair marking the 
rhf^t he Inquired In audden gentle- 
nea*. "What U It my angel?" 

"Harry, must you go on this 
Tovage?- 

"A>e I II Mion be bankrupt, else 
BvMde-'. am I not Admiral of the 
Brethren?” 

Tlten. my )m.vboild. gu prvud and 
happy In the km^wledce that on your 
penirn you will And me either great 
with child— <*r you will meet your 
ilonged-for heir.’’ 

"O'you mean Iluv?" In incredu- 
lous amazement he held her at arm*' 
length, peered intently Into her face 
’'Uxxle. my own dearest Uxzle. 
why — why this alters everything 
Now I cannot fall In the ronquesU 
I have planned. Ave. my ruUasae* 
a ill c.>rve out a kmiidnm nay. an 
• empir- f- “ our *on PromL*ie me 
! that It will be a br>v - 
I Mary Flirabrth laughed uncer- 
(talnly. "If I can accotnpUsh aught 
In that dir-ruon. ymi shall have 
[your "on! Oh. Msrrv. I am so very 
happy. Don I lojictne I haven't 



LOTA or ROOM 
MONTREAL. CPv. — Canada haj. 
lot* of open spaces- at least, more 
so than the United States. A giant 
electric generator, 14 lee> fimr 
Inches high and nearly 13 feet 
wide. 1* being shipped from 
chujtetU to TeXiU via Canada. The 
reason I* that there u m<*re room 
along the ranadlan ratiway tracks 



to work and play right at the 
height of the deaert season. 

Maureen told me she Uke* the 
nutd>s>r Ufe much that ahe U 
grading the u'rlpt of th* uoat RUi 
Pine-BtU Thomas yarn. "Croas- 
wlnd*-" 



rontrart ailb PrrriMxl* < ofaincl- 
b. producer of (he Msgnanl 
drama, for three pirlurro. ((rral- 
dine ddl do orte a year In Rome. 

Interrsllng that her first Italian 
pi< lure, •‘silrret of 'I error," *’ 
atory of the Italian undrretoond 
lighler*. Mill he shot in and 
around Mu^'ollni'a former num- 
mrr home. It has tn-en toiardrd op 
Hmlto lost hi* |H<*rr and 
hl« life. 



By LOI F.L1.A O. P\RM»b 
HOLLYWOOD. Ma>'i. 33 <1N 
—I thnught Burt Lati — ‘r h’*d 
th* Joba he rrmld mndl' beta: 
hi* own indeiiendent - ; f.y i 

bL* Universal - Ii.:. r';-* .!.al 
Bat n:. Dart t. n> M-r< ?d 
fit.i Week in M»y to ' a #h«. * 
“Vengearue V-;.- 
U what 1 mruii. 



All Victoria 
Hoils It At 
-'THE TEAR S 
TOP HIT!*’ 
At . . . t JO. 
4 to. 4:50, 
9 JS 



riArrnrrifA 
ON Tllf. M Kl L.N 
Allas — ' DaUleground" phi* 
"Ar -.in Inc ■■ Feature at 
2 21. 44. 9 13 

( apitol— All the Kirtg's Men " 
at 1 DO. 3 04. & 13. 
7 18. 9 24. 

Dominion-^' 12 c'Cl'ick High" 
Fi' tioxe at 1 30. 4 10, 6 30. 



h* 'll wear a ' 
six-sh<Xiters ■< 
Frankly, thU '* 
to d') much m- 
ri.muni • 

The wr 
Blurt and 



I laid lunch- : 
•n and B*i My ( • 
ff- ; 'ei Cluij. and v 

■ ■ «e tAlRld h'w . 



em ynpn 



Without disturbing Mary £1 Im- 
beth. Morgan slipped out of bed. caet 
a banyon about hi* shoulders and on 
bare feet pudded Into hi* private 
bureau, there tn prepare one of tbooe 
rare letter* written In his own hand. 

June, ye 11 day 1W8 
MY SWEET CARLOTTA- 
II t greuw 



prod:. • • b*i' 
director nor 



_..vl » 

Rimclio Dl- 
whl'T farm. 



In Tevh- 



Geraldine Itriwkv, who gavo 
Anna Macnanl some real arting 
onmpeittliin In "VoUann,'* and 
whooe notices In Rome were uni- 
formly good, has ia^t signed a 



Oak Bay — " B a r a b a n d." In 
Ti*chfil- • I >r. 



I hear that all of the $40,000 
IlnrU l>.., paid .Martha Kaye fur 
her ftiirbank home will have to 
go for M bs*"- Income 

tavr- Ouch: 

Npeaking of -he might 

like to know that I've had at 
lea>( sit anonymous telephone 
rails tipping me off that she and 
Marty 31rlrher plan to elope to 
Metleo and marry before Patti 
Andrews divorce brconca final In 
February, 1951. 

PerMnally, I don't hrUev* that 
Dorfs and Marty are that foolish. 
Those Meslran divorce* and m*r- 
rfasea are becoming more and 
mnrw questionable In rallternU 
eoart* and la Mrsiee, too. 



upon Mee that per- 
chaunce I did you a Til turn 

whe~. la*' i — '- j, I find 

yr wondrUA Bweet preaence haunt* 
Mee without letl A mv ccm^rjeive 
trouble* Mee. I pray you to find tit 
In your Oeneru* Nayiure to forgive 
ye Cruel Wrong I Inflicted 
1 trust my Adored Popeiie yell 
Accept thee* TPken* of penliAnre A 
•o take »hlpp at yr flr*t opportuntlr 
A come unto Port Royal In the 
Island of Jamaica where you will 
! And ready and walttlng a Realclence. 

I all yer own — a vurthy Caskett for 
I yr wondru* Charm*. 

1 I beg of You nott to delal A if I 
* am ahoent yc«u Kneed but Apply to 
I my Agent Jne Stiles, for *uch Com- 
fort* as you may require. Praye 
I walste no Time In repairing tn Port 
I Royal A ye eager amu of yr ever 
I Adorrlng— 

HEN. MORGAN 

I He had Just completed hi* cvwto- 



Odron— Fi -i- - i " Feature at 
I ..J 1 - 15. 7 2t. 9 30 

Ij-»( i-.inJplr*" »hfiw. 9 DO 
p m. 

n*ia— •'Quart*- “ Pc turn at 
I 52. 4 17, « 43. 9 07. 

Rio '"The Sealed 'Verdict' 
plu* •TTie Buck Private" 

Royal— ' Dear Wife." Feature 
at 1 18. 3 U, 5 28. 3 33, 9 41. 



ri * - 

R lOWIRY 
ANNE CWYNNE 



Starts TOMORROW! 



ARSON 

INC.’' 



Cartoon tn Technicolor 



RANDOM fl.NAPSHUTB 
Rita Hayworth turned duwn cold 
that New York theatre bid for 125.- 
000 per week When and If *h* 
f K*rg tr this c..untry It will 
be to make a movie. 






RASED UPON TNI 
PULITZER PRIZE NOVEL 
"ALL THE KING'S MEN " 



While T was doing Palm Spring* 
I ran Info Maureen O'Hara and 
John Pavne on location f«»r "Tri- 
poU." LurVy them- -'-••ing a chance 



Archbuhop Richard Cvtfhlng of 
Bmton preached an entire oenrnm 
on "Oullty of Treaaon." Ihe Cardin- 
al Mindfrsenty inspired picture, 
urging all B> Etonians tn *ee It. 
Should make Jack Wrather happy. 



Nominoted 

for 

SEVEN 

ACADEMY 

AWARDS 



DAVE HILL SHOW 
Daily 8:15 A.M. 



Celeste Hnlm appears In the 
Easter Sunrlae Service* at the 
Hollywood Bowl— but no songs. 
John Charles Thomas la the eolnut 
with celeste giving an Easter read- 
ing aspeclaliy prepared for th* oc- 
casion. 



That's aU today Be* you tomM-- 

rowl 



NORTHWOODS THRILLS * 
SNSRLINC VENGEANCE* 



B BR4I 

TODAY ONLY 
Doors Open 6 P.M. 

Show at 6:30 P.M. 
Saturday at 1:00 P.M. 

RAY MILLAND 

THE SEALED 
VERDICT’ 

ABBOT ond COSTELLO 

'The Buck Privote" 

Plus CARTOON 

3S# 



Tonight. Fri., Sat 



GRANT 

iwiawui 

DALBERT 

SHV 

EDWARDS 

adrI'an 

SEYMOUR 

CHINOOK 



Culbertson 
On Bridge 



The play South made at the first 
hand wi* almost too 



trick in todi 
bad to deerrve comment, but since 
the f«me ern>r can be seen at thou- • 
•and* nf bridge Ubies. perhaps the 
ca.*:* should be covered, after alH 
South, dealer. 

Eaat-Weat vulneribl*. 

NORTH 

A Q 7 4 I 

W A 3 3 I 

* 9 6 9 

A K Q J 9 

WIST EAST 

A 10 A J t 3 

*7664 WK10 9 

♦ KJIO eQt42 

AA 10 943 AI72 

SOUTH 

A A K 9 9 I 3 I 

▼ Q J I I 

* A 7 t ' 

The bidding ; I 

South West North Ea«t 

I A Pa.v* 3 A Pass 

3 A Pass 3 A PaM 

4 A Pax* Pau Pa** 

The biddmg. at any rate, was 

good. North first announcing a fairly 
strong hand by making the twe^ 
over-one club takeout, then urging 
a spade game by raUlng partner's 
suit Needlrw to *ay. South had ex 
rellent reason to accept (he game 
invitation 

West opened the seven of hearts, 
and. without giving the matter any 
deep thought, declarer.automatlrally 
, reached for a low heart from 
dummy. Apparently, this chance to 
flnease wa* more than he could re 
aUll At the aame time, however. It 
< wa* more than the contract could 
stand, because B*»i. having won the 
firnt trick with the heart king, made 
I he Indicated shift to diamonds, and 
ScFiilh lost hi* ace tn that suit before 
he had established dummy's clubs. 
Thu*, the defender* were greatly 
ple_-ed 10 find thenwelve* in pne- 



il et tb» (Tlwifl'evl 
ittan ra<it« D«'« 



Main Floor 
Balcony . 






-• ■( crnN. t 



Children 



VAN HEFLIN SUSAN HAYWARD 

A IWNfRSM. MTERNAIIOML REUASE 



lOOVT T*x iwrLrngn 



i«tv« flfdt • m 



DIAL 

1340 



FRIDAY and SATURDAY 
Alan Ladd ^ Veronica Lake 

“SAIGON” 

FRED MtcMURRAY 

“BILL — COO" 

la ralav. Hai Cartaaa 



QUARTET 



WITH 

Bredtriek Crawford * Jokn Irtland * Mireodit 



MeCambridfo 



STARTS TODAY! 



Everytkieg 



raaftwotwri 

Rib- 

FrocHirin9 



Thot Wonderful 
Fomily 
IS BACK! 



TOMORRC3V/ 



very loglcel! In clear .''fhl were xtx 
<p»de trick* •Avsumtng only a re«* 

• r.ible break ' . two heart trick*, one 
•:"*monrt and two cluba— a very **i- 
lolal nf II Irlfk* W"hy 
Jeoparrlue a preclou.* two of thoee 
i<:-* by fineMing? The Une of play 
•hat fairly shouted for recognition 
put up live heart see. then to 
draw only two rounds of trump*, 
keepmg the qudm In dummy. Next. 
r-iock out the club ace ilf the are 
we- held up. eonunus wlUi lha high 
club, discarding a diamond from the 
closed hand > Instead nf going down 
a trick, declarer would thus aaiure 
hunself of making fire-odd. 

M Th* RaeiMvr an* TrWwn* 

• iwi 



ODEONJ 



BT*aai>o 

DONALD O'CONNOR 



FRANCIS 



Matured 

and 

Bottled 



Swwrdpiay •( an iMVMrwpvdevis 
•dvwfrtwrwr (Meataaed l»va baatiwy 
•( Cngiawd's king* - •* mi*** 

(•« •< ai.iarr** - ’*•••' 

AlTHUt *ANK fUSiNTi 



* ouAT tpoar 

"WILD GOOSI CHASI” 

* rtATi aa top an ar wot Miaa 

' *1***4 r w rlana * ■* *» ■ Stirtal 

WAajtiAot wowr* • toimomi saw 



Hgipi You Orgreomo 



COIOI »v 



FALSE TEETH 



Kevin Grantee - Hm Gmtwe* 
fratrelM tMiy • ftori libMR 



ROYAL NAVY 

DLMERARA RUM 

TKfi ii not publiihgd Of dtipUvtd by ^4 Liquor Control 

Board or by tFie Goveffweenl of Bfihth Co*'-'^b*4 



LooMiigtt and Worry 

'.Bfte*f M anaarve •* fa*l Oi-ai aa*a 
&--*<i — ac Vaa— «a*>a>* (•(*• a*—a 

rAamm. va l^ara*^^ attalt«* <*yHi- 
*av<l*r tarlnlvM aw fwwr a'*'** 
r.. 'it (h*fw Srfiv— aa ihav f*al evav* c—a- 
frtMaM* a. -‘.:-'a aa* aaai:ng ta |vm 
MO* *wr* kv *•>->— i*a — V4 e-:rtk **a*4 



OAK BAY 



AWW 

l.*TtlT 

ROYAL NEWS 



ow eta 


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u son 




»% lU 


07c 


vttM real 


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A SHOW FOR 


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MOM. DAD 


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AND KIDDIES! 


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COMEsAND 


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HAVE FUN 


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WITH RUTH S 







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UPt$er$ 






e<»rire I. \\ arreii Discusses 



P a,^e 20 — Vancouver Island\ 

(CotonUt 

Hope to l)ip^ Up Kye 



Wralher Forrcu?»l« 



n>«»V- 



nor.-. 10 t^r l.ntntf ,ot rvpmtlofi of CffniMlhy I 






Viclorte, B.C., Tfc«f«.. Hwck 23. 1950 



Rlvrr Ch»mb»r or Oominmf Mr 
Worren u *wrrt*ry of ITif 

AMOrlfttfd Ch*mbrrt of Commpfcr 
o( Vonruuvtr bland 

Mr Warrni fell Compbrl! Rtm 
WM in • •iriiefle pi»lilon In re- 
Kurd to tAqrut irtvrl He nr.t^d 



CAMPBELL RIVER. Marrh 72 
Pn xhillt; of dev«loplU| dutUuuna 
Park In the een»te of Vanr^^ueer 
bland wu diM-naed by Ooorfe I 
Warren. ronjulMlnner oC tha VIr- 
t<nr(a and faUnd Publicity Bu^au 
dunni a tnirtinf of the Campball 



tha ptai< • 

At r 1 R> Alt'S PARK 

A jyeOal act »*# haa-*«l by the ^ 
LraL'.iiurf- to an aide the. area 
lu a pruvinrial park, the ftrat ml 

*lif prcnuf e. 

r‘;;iUi-ojia Park c<*n’alu- fcW - 
, tSd ai'teA and covein an area of 
I 8 ttU louarr mllrn It ta l•«calrll ap* 
proxtniu’.cl) 12 u nulea from Vic- 
toria. 100 milea fr.^m Vatuouvrr. 
ahd 30 rmii-j. lium Aibernl, and « ••if 
tiiii’.'- jMiiir of the flne>i and mo*i 
diversified acenery m the W'»rld. 

j It b 04 .^t.'. a profuaitm of nature r 
woiidera. and Ideal for fiahiiiK 
and hunlmy Cti»- of the mam at- 
(taruu-w^ U HuiUea Lakr. named 
Hfirr .ImI’U Hu'iiea «ii-< r«oi>tred 
that area in IftdA- 

of the trail le-idiirg 
’ to the lake la one nf the ptuiei t> 

I beiiiR undertaken by both me It:eal 
[ Chamber of Commoire and Ute 
t Pbh and Oame Aaaoelatkm 



mg dealt «l*h the queatlon of 
yvpalra and bnpmTrmentt to tna 
road ihmuiih ^the Indian Reaervg 
• mrh badit to the apii. WlUiam 
Roberta, aprakmg tor Ihe Indiana, 
aakrd Uiai the Chamber of Com* 
merer aM.n to obtaining repalra, 
because Uie road waa used by 
tour^u r‘>ng to the spu at tha 
over m<iu’h to fidi for tyeo 
ralmon 1 / -;;;iid Ravttrr aald that 
a I'omiui’ire aaa aorking on Uie 
n<auer imd ho|Kd to give a rtfrort 
at the next meeting 

A letier Irqnj 1 . O F.rojrd of 
VanctHivrr. repre*rn*atlvr uf ilia 
Canadian r.‘;*.“:r:rr of Contmone, 
Induaied that he a -uld armr at 
Campbell Hivr An* 

o^ier U-:>r f’-vu-d W Oilmort* 
firtit. of ll»e CHC* n:*” fXp««’-<l 
ii* br hue > ii ' 1 ' '1 dj*'- It *ivA 
agreed that a aperUl e*'nt<ral nieet* 
Ing be held h> ahlch the gruetal 
I puUic mould be Invi'Mt 



had paMed Cun..'V*n '-.'.u*. 

lout* in Mewi au'-oni" ' -•! \’i< - 
Iwri* last >•?»!. £;ul.k 3 jM bm' -- 
frv'hllifi h.<d br-'uxh; paw-'fir-rs 
firm the M.»U.i..nd Indicii,-);- 
p->inled to even greater traffir. Uu* 



Pay Increases 
I^aid on Table 



of the rorka mih a rnkfOecupe re- 
vealed Uta •lamp i>f Hiram Walker 
.ft Bona. Waikervtlla, Out A 
wa* diapatchrd to the firm deMrib* 
mg the diecovery. A reprenentauve 
came to Campbell River and • i •• 

an empty botUa and cork. aell 
aa a full lB>ttle to be anairted m 
the dutUlery chrmlau. 

A report on their flndimu 
brougnt to Campbell Rl>ri re«.r(ili> 
by L 8 Hendervuti. I»-Una repreM*n- 
rative of Hiram Walker A bon. 'Hie 
boUlea acre hand-made in the 
between ltl 4 and ittt The 



CAMPBELL RJVER. March 23 « 
IT a etattor to Campbell Rivw, 
•houJd are realdenU aU>ng tha high- 
way dlUgenily digging In their bark 
yard*. H d<ica iM n ec aa*a r Uy.jw»ari 
that Bpruii ha* i<n mem and they 
fMi th* urge to plant a garden. 
•n«ey might ptiMibly ba tearrhlng 
for b*nled treagtira of a aort. 

lisat Atjtumn a reAideal who live* 
in Ihe Uland Highway a *hort 
disiifice aouth of the new break- 
amer. war digging In hla garden 
V hip maUmk ftniek a bottle 
of i.'j'M.r buried about a he»t and 
a half m.de th* ground Purilier 
ex' vvt . :.T reveal* II a ra' lie of Ihe 
tiuff. They were to tightly en- 
circled by Ihe roota of a wild ehern- 
tree, which had been euM'**n three 
prevliiiiaiy. that they had to 



NANAIMO. March 22 -Caae of 
Mra Ehima Antlfaev Af Urtueba 
agalnat W W Sherman, collector of 
cuatoma at Ucluelet. wa* ad]nurned 
In Bnpreme Cnnrt lo April %. Mra. 
Antlfaev claimed apecific damage* 
for her aubmoblle and general 
uamage^ f«ir low* of lime and hu- 
miliation Bhe wai rerre*eti*ed by ^ 
8 Cunllffe. and R J. Ohe appeared 
for Mr. Sherman. 



Provide Gowi 
For Sludenls 

NANAIMO 



•luring n>c pib‘t 30 )e«ra. a-vking 
U>e Pertertl Oovennent to m»«k<* 
rT'rath-. >na a natii'tuU park He 
puUi>d nut Ok re were nil natlontU 
parka weei of the HmkJea 
The Idea f'-r the development of 
a public park on Vanc.iuv»T felMul 
nrigmaie with Uie Vii-u*ria Board 
of 'lyadB m M*rcn, iibm A ’-.•m- 
mitcee me* Puniicf M> Hr il:- ictd 
the plAh* brfctrp him. seked f'<r uii 
apprupnaliim I>>r « *un,e\ and me 
building nf mad< into (hr area 



DUNCAN March 22 - No fur- 
ther meeiiriga beiaean North CoWt- 
chan Municipal Counril and mum- 
ripal employee* wUl b« held to dU- 
CUM wage increa.«-ns Aldermen In- 
structed the municipal clerk to ad- 
vise municipal *oUciu>ra to the de- 
cision. 

will make ihetr an 



.March 22 When 
K .1 *er f«-vuval time urwl grafluatim 
roll aroui\d. the g'f:--’ aiudeni* oil 
John eriaw High School will be 
arrayed m ticw fowna, made b> the 
aUling hand* nf Uieir mothrj 

Nearly 2 ft motheri atieoded the 
flial of a irrtew of •muk toifi* 
muterlal procured Umnuih U»e el- 
foru of Uie Sludriii* Cuunrll at a 
cost of about M 50 Sewing will g> 
on four night* thw w*ek and four 
next week *n that gnwm aiU be 
ready for Euter Omen* fBlIow tht 
ichool rolor* of green and white 

Hlthertn about W g->wnv were 
available from the OleC Club, and 
when more were rcdulf*^ h 
nereaeary to borrow fmm the 
rhuirhe*. and at graduation time 
rent from the Umvef'Hy of Brttiah 
Columbia 

Thi* year, for the fU’-i lime 
«tudent» will all be g.*wned alike 
M a result of the •ewina projen 
of*Bni*fd by Mr* Norma Knaatd* 
-and Mix* R Bwme They need the 



Aldermen 
Tiual road tour April 3 A report 
showed anew clearance had com ' 
the municipality Ift.OOO 

A vole of thank* will be sem 
from the municipal counril to the 
Victoria Lumber Co., Ltd , Che- 
malntia, for donation nf a half-acre 
lot oppcwlte rhemainua . UnPed 
Church for replacement of the war 
memorial. Tfie shaft U now in 
the middle of the atreet. 

Unlicensed peddler* at Chematnue 
may meet with police action A E 
. Beasley utated that “a veritable 
I storm of peddler* of all trade* had 
hit the Idwn " 



Duncan Court 
Halls (Charge 



year* 

corks were of Ute straight tvpr m-cI 
day*. Th* liquor con- 



In ihoae 

Uliied was n* whiskey believed bj^. 
Die chemuta.to have been distilled | 
Nitmr\d tail. 

ntrther excavallona were halted 
t)v Beirn* v^BMer weather but the 
property of tiie re- dent who made 
the dieooverv will t»c weji cleared . 

for planting this 



DUNCAN. March 23 -Tlionia* L 
Oamer wa* remanded to March 20 
in pollre emiid be Magistrate O A 
IVdali on a charge of assault 
txiraaloning actual bodily harm 
The charge wa* laid by Ted 
Shearing, who alleged that Oaniet 
struck him In the face in an unpro- 
voked attack In a Dtinrin cafe on 
Manh 16 Bheartng later asked 
that the rhame be withdrawn, but 
police explained that once the 
motion xrw* begun, onlv the 
Attomey-oenerai could authorlie 
withdrawal of the charge A 
review of the case has been sent 
I to the AliorneT-Oenerat*l offlcd" at 
Victoria Mr Oamer made no plea, 
pending resulU of the report. 



year* 

be dug mit aUh a ln>wel. , 

liuiuitlea among piotiecra cd the 
district revealed that about 10 year* ' 
ago a Uige party nf trapper* and 
pr-"»i>eftor» had »iwnl the Winter in 
tt-at area, and It u believed that 
tl-e lyoDea Were part of the sup- 
plies UtS nieti burled. 

In the Intrresls of hcienc* severwl 
cipcriA sampled the contents of une 
b.’Mr »pd wMlc m*ov ftiew;-- were 
h.<r^nled as to lU natuit. they were 
gt.anlmmu (n praising the-amonlh- 
Ocss. 6 r-me felt It had acquired a 
• lightly corky ta«»e, 

roRKA PTILI. riRM 
AU label* had disappeared from 
tha botuea. which were different In 
ahape from theae In use today 'Hie 
c- .'ks were still firm and In good 
conditinn. except for a alight 
deierh'ratkm on top An Irvspertlon 



and prepared 
Bprlng. n ki pnaalWe that Ins dlD- 
gence and Industry may Inspire hn 
neighbor* lo do likewise 



Island Logger 
Hurl by Tree 

CAMPBELL RIVER. March 21 
Cheater Omnatmtn. 43 . an employee 
of the Lane Lngginc Company at 
Phllllpa Arm was Rnwn lo Lour( 1 »-^ 
H>wpltal by Robert iJinirdnn tn a 
B C. Air Unea plane to be treated 
for a fnicMtred right arm and In- 
ternal Injuries. It took Mr. Uog- 
dnh. Dr. John Depew. and four 
logger* nearly threa hour* to bring 
tha Injured man down the aide of 
a mountain. He waa ftruck by a 
falhng tree 



Tmi*liHHHtfrA (siilhiT 
CAMPBELL RIVER, Marrh «- 
William Hughes acted as toast- 
master at a dinner meeting of the 
Campbell River Tnastmaster* Club 
HerbaK Hlqttawran wa.* table topic 
master, and William Carlyle was 
general 'evaluator. 



^ stuftwmi-msrM 



Choir leaders 
Receive Gifts 



City Council showed 123 court 
pm-eciillnns and fines totaling ffttt 
during Fcbrtiary CruniBkl core 
plain'- Included one case dt burg- 
lary and f 'ur nf thefr. Car putro^ 
totaled 2,172 miles, and NkiI patrols 
I.g 2 .*i miles. 



SALTED 



Flying Stump 
Wrecks Caliin 



Then is o CMf^lSTte BISCUIT ibrtvery fasf^ 



REATINO. March 23 —Mr* E. B 
CunnitiihBOi. cliolr leader, and Mr- 
C J Cruirkshanka. organist, re- 
oelved Old English dinner plates 
from tha Junior choir of Bhady 
Creek Unfted Churrh. at a dinner 
tn the churrh hall. Presenlations 
were made by Mim Margaret Lont 
and Mi'- Donna M<Bidy in apprecia- 
tion “f the work of their leader*. 

Dttiner prepared by the 

Women's Association following the 
regular choir weekly practice. 
Ciames. and a brtef addnwa by Rev. 
f. 8 Fleming, tolliiwed 



CAMPBELL RIVER. March 21 .- 
Robert Robtnwwi suffered Injuries 
to his pelvis and severe shock when 
a slump hurled by blasting opera- 
tions at the mouth of Campbell 
River ima^hed Die aide of hi* cabin 
and threw him against a wall He 
was rushed tn Inurdex RocpHal and 
attended by Dr. Richard Murphy 
The blasting was in prugrea* at the 
eiie of a *awmlU. 



CAMPBELL RIVER. March 33 
Edward McCabe, a fisherman. dU- 
rovered the body of August Che he. 
69 . floating in Beymour Narrows 
Mr. Cliche lived In a c*Wn on 
quadra Island, six mlle.« froni 
Qualhlaeki Cove, and had resided 
m Ihe dlsirtcl for llie paxt 40 year 
An Inquiry will be held by Dr. N 
B. Hall, the c-imner. 



DUNCAN. March 22 Funeral 
seryUe# for Wie late Jamw* Fee fl 6 . 
a vetermn C.N R empluyee, will be 
held Friday at t p m. from Hlr»t i 
Funeral Chapel with Hey. R T. i 
^Afvhbold offlrlaung Burial will be 
In Mounlaln '' View Oemetfry, , 
8 i'men«*- 

Mr Fee was bom In Ontario, 
and came to Ojwlrhan dlsliiet five 
year* ago from Lytton. He had 
been employed bv the CNR. for 41 
year*. He was a member of the 
BPO Elks and the Masonic Order 
at Kamloops 

He U survived by hla widow, on« 
bn-iher Norman. In Ontario, and 
two ■•ter*. Oladys Fee and Mra 
Mnnraret Rowan. Ontario. 



^ e«, on« cNiat rpalljr coterg * • • gi>F 8 on like a rharm by briish or roller jnet 
as It eoitiee from the ran • • • over ob! paint, plaster, kalaomlne or walllKiard • • • 
no primer neeiledi Jtial one gallon of llaptone coyer* walla of a 
fnir-fflaexl room ... at a ro«t of only 11 . 50 . It dries In a few hour* to a loTftly ao#l 
•fmahell finUh. Try Biiplone! Aak your dealer for Baptone tomorrow^l 



Wenr o London Mod# 

eSas. MACINTOSH 
•'WEATHERCOA?* 



For ovwr 100 yoor* th« noma 
MACINTOSH hei bvan firit In 
WewfHwreooH. To Itievtwndi K 
foaon* ideol prelaction for hooMt 
and doHiing from wind, dint ond 
ftewer*. ToHored with coioal 
wnertnet* In popMn and gabardine 
fabric*. AHroefIvaly prlc*dl 

nil tt>aa*aesT wmsii *u afstwiacflirt tat laoeit 



I.ADYBMITH, Mart h tS -OayW 
Anuelrong. T 3 . y'walLvt, and Lor- 
ralnr Potr>ma. 17 . planut will enter 
itie eitmlnatiim cnnieai at Naruilmn 
for Ihe nC Tearher*' Federntion 
arii<i|ar*hip Judg Mr« 

Phyllis Findlay Mrs David Maemi. 
Mrs Harvey Wntlhie Mr^ K H 
Branksirm and Mrs William 
R“blneon 



AT All 
\ GOOD 
STORES 



llf'lp Donor ( Jinir 

NANAIMO. Marrh 23 Boroptt- 
mi-t Club. Bastion Chaiitnr of the 
lODF and John Ambulnnc* 
A- 'Vflnti aasisled Nanalmn 
Branch of 'the Canadian Red Cr' 
B<”-k tr at the sixth Red Orcae bloud 
donor clinic 



Ftrif In 1824 — f•rtme*t *ver tine* 



lieach Settlement 

* NANATWO.. Marrh 23 —Butt nf 
Lean* Dean Of Pleasant Valley 
against his stater. Annie F Dear- 
ever divlslrm of properly, was 
settimi Mil* nf emirt The case was 
tn have been heard Id Supreme 
Court on Wedneadav. 



nr.ir bush RprrnpE* 
OBl/>, re -The first eontingem 
of blind rrftigeea from dLvpIaeed 
per-on* rampa In Oemutny arrived 
here recenily The group* of II 
were ar>-..mpan 1 ed by eight relatives. 
al*o refugees. In an effort to avoid 
breaking up family grtrupk. they are 
being provided with comfortable 
housing and a workshop niftr here 



C^C^IXf/D 

Special. 



NOT A WATER MIX. Bopton^ l« an oD-bo#« paint 



NO PRIMER NEEDED. Coiwr* off normu/ #uf/oc«g In on« ciMit 



QUICK DRYtNQ. Paint Hxiay and mor« In utmorrotr* 



EIRE RESISTANT. ArtttaUy will not burn 



**|)r.w In paial 
H" fnIfUr* g»v- 

iag 

iastraMKig* for 
to bn*M poial- 
tog pmieHel 



room 



Etttvan Hardwart 

2520 Batevan Ave. B $• 



Barnaltfa Hardwart 

ton Bvmaide Rd W. K2212 



Shawnican Lambtr 



^1 Dwaglaa St 



OtSIt 



Frict'i Rad « Whtta 

Store 

Lafigford Belmowt S 



SRHart Daat Hardwart 

1013 Oovemmenf St. K 2824 



This »'1verttwm4nl It not pobluh^ or digplayed by the Liquor 
Control Bo*rd ot br the Governinent cd Bfitigh Cdtimht*. 



SMck't NHliidt 
Hardwart 

HUMS# at OtMdra B 2211 


Paint Sappty ta., Ltd. 

719 Yatee St. 12114 


SMek't EHHiiMtt 

Hardwart 

1237 BsqWmeH Bd R 1722 


Qorp Hardwart 

2*dl Tniieam R4. OMlt 


Brantwaad Bay Start 

Brontwoed Boy Kootiit 100 


Manat Brat. Ltd. 

Oengee Phone 7L 


Ctati Hardwart 

t4l8 DoufUs 8t. B 2212 

dvbittt Markat and 
Hardwart 

1809 Pori St t lUI 


* FafrtMd Hardwart 

2S1 Coob H. BOMS 

J. Htnttn, Jr. 

9312 DoogUe ft'* 0 3«W 


MHli Hardwart and 

ElMtric 

. 304S-C Oiradra ft B 8841 

SIdnty Trading ta. 

iidnof Phone 18 










! 







(Eolimtft *c.. tw*.. 23, i9s^ 2J 



COLONIST CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 



Colonilt Want Ads for Results 
Open 8 A M. to 8 P.M. 



Call Empire 4111 for 
Colonist Classified 



Cbt Oailfi 0 'olcmist 



I ri’NCBAL IHRECTOBS 



*1A ntSINrSS rKRSONAIS 



;e i\4idio rrograms ^or Ihursday 

rMa«M vrtato Mrr««u«M vk«»t»« m »a 4 iMtraraU 



\ mKTvWi 

' * ktMl 



THOMSON FUNERAL HOME 

■oi 1*0 fvraiarir kf Wmnlpai 

0*0 f TtMMUM >4 1.. Irvlac 
0*a A. TteaiMa 
rCMOM/iUZSD URVirt 
IU» Quadra airrvt FbcM O MU 



« cviwnrii o\-in<i 

’kiua •arh'i.f, at.ai' 

I Mil 1 . , A ca. 



CUAMiiAitli llArM 



la^arMUa* aa r*4(a irafrata* M taapItaA kr Ik* ladIrMaal aUlk 



IM far Ufia pet daf. Ma per Uaa fer 
Uree «an; M« per Une for »u dan. II M 
per 4«e far a«t atMiiA iM 4ar«i Abure 
taiee appljr u eaitaareime irMrtiena «i*ir 
Co&iraai raiae aa aapUeatwa. Miritmgia 
adteriiieatioi i«a iU.ee 



KIBO->iiA bL t Rnm>_iaae ba 



Nee I 

bfueU af <ke Waiia 
UmUc of in* We.ia 
Muair of Itio WaJU 



Neve Bill Oooj 
BraaefeatClub 
BreebfaelCiu* 
Laura 



Iddif ArMid 

Mr«> 

iirand Slaa 



■rUDMUT A DAY WILL KKir YHt 

b.ul» 



Breanfari CIM 



■fere Btrcb BBaW 



Bfeaklaa 

Brvahfael 



eae.i Pm • )•>.« 
*4*' ' M a*o« TBY Bft'Ufa.'TB 
Dr::t**y BNit 



Dave HI.J Br>A« 
Hftlng Hrpuner 



Biriaa |( M par toaeru«a. 



• M ; N*«t 

• lb , Bub Vberie 

• H CLurvti te WUdaood 

• «» Piu;aBi»na 

10 oa eu-fnr.Ooe 
to U ' Alb-fufOse 

10 M I N*e« 

U 4i > t<]a H>an<A 

It 00 ' Itadta KHrtxa 
l( )« ■Biuaina Haai 

11 M . (M*ori Binaer 
II 4) Oita UatDvea 

la «a l•^.tadlH» Paraiie. * 
la II I'to ailiili' Parade 
11 10 Nraarset 

ia>4b-.Wt.t»rr Malodr 



Ntaa De«« Hill BBoa 
De«* Hill BiMW 
H'.UMiait* Koitdaf 



Wand) Warren 



VoK* of Piahtr 



BOLIO OAE 

)wi 0‘b>e I 



Aunt Luc* 
blornlnd CowwH 
Uortrino toneert 



Audi J ennr 
Helen Trent 
Oyr Oai Bauiday 



Katherlitr Wiae 

NnUi and l>lta 
Ruui and Diet 



Ann Bterllno 
Varielr Tinae 



Oeeiba, fuaaaaa- Maiiaae aa« aiMedinf 



tl i.i.ta |l bb Brat buarti«a and II 6o aubl 
aeouatvi IfiAerUuaa. KacB addii:»nal IU>« 
tOt 'loiil. 

Uarriafia. la Wecnortaai. Hati«u, Card* 
a( Ti.arka ooi tsreartUig 11 Unaa. b^ ** B*' 
li.aeM.wn taeti addiUanai Hue, lit dal.r 

Anf tiaim far renate an arraunt at errar 
ar i.aiiatKia noai aa nade aitbia M dar* 
tf 'S lut dale ai lira tame aUtara.te claiB 
a... NHl a* ei.i.aad 



Luni Ca . lilt O-^Kraoienc Bt 



HomraUe Kulidaf 



I Vartet|i Time 



BHmSH BanWR. 
b»iak tapTire. P..r 



Nea* and Mamaitet 
Uafxarr Lane 
Uemott Lane 
AftmnriP Laar 

Hrea. LucK> l.iatenla# 
LcrYrtJrraHsd 
l.uitr LU'eninf 



Bilen Harrla 
llapor Oani 
HapprOattd 
CHr: Heat Uaar 



Bid BUur 
Ma Perkina 

Or Maim* 
Outdint tifM 

Mrt Barlno 
Perry Mavn 
Mura Draaa 



You and (Be ifuaie 
You and iB* Uuare 
Garden Otuide 
Mar riaie far Twa 

OoubSa ar Noihiad 
DouUt »r NuiLUio 
Todar* Children 
tidhi af Um World 



Lodlae Be Btaied 



Oienn Herdr 
H Kanlind Blnie 
Alien Ro'h 
Alien B«U> 



Naat 

Bah White BBav 
B ab Wblfe Bhp* 
Bah Whi le BhdO 

Beat bnd Hilt 
lwOa> k fill* 
AJdU Hoaard 



BY PLURAL 



lAdlet Be BeaUd 
My True diary 
Belly Cracker 

^«ty Ceoeker 
Viriar UnUlaliy 

Baukhate Ta.lind 

Carilen ^me 



Jumbo Jaikpol 
Pap Tune 

I Nraa 

Old-Paahlen*d Sand 
Mao u the Bi*UM 
Ma Perkin* 
UuidlnfLitbt 



i BBURTtD OUUxaCt • B P R I H H 
** (laihe*. day and nidt't arar 4’ iMiet 
lenuiiie Bariain ahr|< pn.e 7|o Vita 



M ROWB s VICTORIA KCKBKfUn lth 
O.MI l A i Baral «*rk artUttraUr da< 
Ufned We •a>t|rapa Caaeti «i 0 Vl»« 



Air Rladertarten 
Mao and tPi Mutla 
Mas aod Hu Mu^ 
Man aod Hla Muaia 



luuDae Pale 
La«]>e« fail 
Queen far a Day 



Brldtiter l>ay 



LaekyLiiutiind 



T LAAT* AflYK rrH VlAHn INu' 



*At.L B3J3I. UAY OR KtOMT. 
> laee’r MO'ai dealkne 

BWrjnHIARI PLORlBTt 



Queen far a Dar 



'•V JIM) tMler e«d* «‘Bd «"h 

Yha RndU.n snap. ?>■ Va<>* 



Life cao Be Beeutlfui 



Ne«e: funi rroesy 



I Meat. Ti.an Crier 
iRiAdiee Kerni*al 
Ixiddiir KtTStVbl 
1 Neaa end Muik 



me CeiabU* sill nal be reepobeiftie tar 
■t r* man an* leearreri laiaciian n| a/.y 
aareruaement arutrad lor nwra ibao ana 
t*«..a 



Cecil Bally 
TorBUbie 
Veap« Kam p 

Huuacoltee Prutaet, 
Hauamtvf* Prelect 
Oery Manre 
Cary Muere 



Bin* Cmeby Bb«« 

Meat BineCraany 
BinaCraab) Bh*« 



bieay Slioaraee 
Patm 8roarlra*t 
berm Broadeaii 



Mra* 

Pepper Yonsd 
Ridht M Mapplweet 

Beebl'eae W|lc 
Bitlia Daliae 
Lorenio Jonee 
b idder Hrvan 



flnee.afi Carter 
Modern Ran-aneae 
Modern Ketnianrea 

Meet the Menloue 
Nuilvaaod, OR A. 
Ann Bierlihd 
Ann Bterllnd 



Cedilc Pneier 
^die* Pint 
Lediei Plret 



Ken Hufh** Bhav 
Keee Krn Mitihei 
Ren Mucher Niicia 



CrtaibM Dieiin'Uva P-nre> t 
7IIK laiAKO PLOHlifT 
tftIA Yt'et Hiraei 



blAOTirOL UM PUR BIIURTY- 
t' made tram ivnr a'd fur roe: Bm< d 

our aid fur roai lu P.-.:*r ^ tt..i »t 
;.re tew ai> etriBitie gr 'l«e itii»dere>e ...et 
rimeui ablif* >an l|j ,dred* af 'aa.e* 
itit been datifhied anh mit ne« r>»:er 
del Tl) Vt>»« dtieet 

|lU>t'SU AND SWKATmd TO MATiil 
I * Viiel.e iKiru u» D«e>e;i ar..i p. «'.>•. 
It* POWIPKB tinUlrtfNH HIAM. 
‘4 Yelei (ilreei Phor.e P14M 



bu , Memer* Ttm# 



Nea* BdfareyBhca 
Bd Paree Btwa 
Id Party 8).«* 

Bd Parey Bhoa 



Afltranon Caacett 
AfttriMon Concert 
Remit Bpddtn 
Wha Oant Af.'Vei 



Vniled NaUont 
Hareid Turner Oriaa 
Bay |i Wiih Mutie 
Bay It WUh Muor 



Nea* 

Ue* Ureaixtng 
Will Reader 
Or Ma.otia 



PmiiuMit Voirei 



I lb Ciunoiaer 
1 )'» , *iii.ivr<me 
I 41 I Blt-I'tr fine 



When antaerlBi Help Wanted ad*trll**> 
Bieoti do nvt ei.tla»e dfidinal reftrenvo* 



Peiuoua Voiie* 
Taka l< P^ay 



MOMMENTAL WORKS 



r cn ll•)mema«ert lltru'ii 
i Ik I II ‘art al Uttan 
1 Id MuiK Leiver* C.'mer 
1 C Miiele Laeere Cnruer 



hi'hooi Broediatl 



Bltee Allen 



Pnrtl* Paeee Lift 
Jutt P.alo Bill 
Pr'is' -Patc Parrell 



Burprtb* Partaf* 



Bab PA*ie BhAV 



Hen. While and Blue 
Rtii While end Blue 
Roaemet* 

Bunt* of Memory 



brhonl Rroadraal 
Mua.cal Proeram 
B«Mnd UveBiene* 



Neaa 

Nwna from Neabtra 
Arthbr Godfrey 



BTTWART MONUUC4TAL WOflKB LTD 
14«l Uey Btrteb— O till 
Ik Tai'ieu Hariert ana UobumcB<e 
to Your Oan PaitMoai Oealtna 



Ba pare) BKoa 

Bti Ptrey Shn* 
Rj Paeey Bn»a 



fiurprUe Packace 
Nennlbai C«trti 



tiah Pnuip Brwia 
Matinee Muen ala 



H'iUAMt) Ta Mr. ami Urt Haiph Hcl- 
lanfl NR, Ml buwfUt Crwur >ad, at 
the Rayil Jumiea lioai.iial an llatcii 11. 
a deughiar. Mary Cetherine. 



Whan Olti Marriee 



lltiiAlbal CObb 



Curbii 

Made 



Brbre Vayaca 



Arthur Oedfrey 



iNrat.Bam a Shop 



I'ldbCatenoar 
Hllaa B.-iiana 
Off the Keewrd 
Off U»e Record 

Nea* 

or Uie Record 
Off the Record 



I Neae 

I W endbll Hall 
PcMV Maano 
HI# Billet 

Beulah 
Jack Bmtth 
Club -tr' 
.AumM Jackpot 

Jumbo Jarkpat 
Ba*y Uatealnd 
Bm) Lieienind 
Buy LittenUld 



Muiir ln«err Cvracr 
Oenree Murpby 



Weelero Pl»e 
Comment ary tsd 
Divert! >Bcota 



Aribur Godfrey 
Arthur Godfrey 
Arthur Oootrey 

Curt Maaae* 
Ttnswirivre Ine. 
Houiealvea loc 
Koward R Murrov 



Weirome f raetlep 
Aunt Mar* 
^e^Lo re e nd Inara 

Woman i Sacral 
Read of Life 
Llnda'a Ptrtt Lata 
Note ay N«le 



Hhnp anu Baap 
Club IliO 

Dun tl*i» 

H*«« Birtbday Party 
Raald Birthday Puty 
Kiddie Kaprr* 

Kiddle Kapera 

Ne««. Hukkal Roundup 
Mu*>caJ Koundup 



Hrldr aod Uro«a 
Pica A Da'e 
Pica a Date 



Baeebnuh Nerenade 
Ba«ebri*ti Here bade 
Kr.eulaneti Rerord* 

E llen l.eau 
ahk Heiiundvay 
hind tbe Btaey 



»ITB 



AND TRUrnes I A 
1* tilted In aur p'i»e e fi' 
MODCRH PHARMACY 
nouda* bMf JobneuB Bii 



cumi.no events 



JACOBS— Bora ta Mt and Mr*. Dema d 
. JuAba. liu Peiuifui dtreei. MatAb 
il, IIM. at Royal Jubilee Uupiiai, a 
ean, Michael Vitirenl lUyee. 



« M > Beulah Bi<'>« 

• I& Jai k Bpi>>h 

4 M , C'Ub -Jl. 

t ‘ Bone af the Pioneer* 

« -w - «tx-for<m* 
t Ik Bii-fur One 
k Id Plas'auon Party 



Hraaorn Quartei 
We Thru 
Captain Uleb 
Bone* Neat 

Randetyou* fUnia 
Rendejvou* RAOm 



HoiDWood Neva 
Pleytround Neaa 
Uitody Proruenada 



a BARRBL OP PVR 
AN OLD-flMI UANCB SVBRT BATmt> 
4‘\ dAy 4- f ftiw Ci rrit tfi. 

■ •11, Uomaaltadera' Oirbuiia flet.Boart' 
ciaat, > 3d Pruea. AU at come Me 

rkal” ULO-TIMR DANCB." B^rB 
Old'TRn* Orrueaira, Kiny i Hn*d 
Mall, eyery Beturdty Bi(bl. ■ a m Ad* 
mlet luo kuc Caltye 

\ CAOCVT DANCING. PBNcfNrK-MOfW 
era riait adfanred. W*d:.»aAav. ae< 
diKnc'i Ttiu/idar. B IdiJ. IdU Douelu 

iiiNa^BVCRy pmi6at"§Vm. bsqui" 

* * mall CrtmAunUy Ciab. AM Bturdee 
ftreet O tT»t 

e «h'iBBaJb and WW^bVcry FRIDAY 
^ at • p.ok, Odd Pellaai' Hall, Oou|iu 






I RNtTB NEW BPRI.NO BmpB 
ataiiab.e in feric » or rrepet. 



Mnady Wemenaoe 



Neat 



niff<ud and Clark 



Clreen Hornet 
Green Hornet 
Sky Kind 



StraiiM Arrow 
BUalfhr Arrear 
B Bar B Hidera 
B Bar B MIder* 



Bafety Bltcv 
Tncl# pTed 
Nuperman 
Xtyiat Raker 



•CHBNCX — Ta Mr. aod Mr*. Gordon 
Bchanck, 1)1 lalaad Road, ai Bt. Joaepb • 
Haisiial, Marm 11. a 



Cllfl’ird end ciuk 
Cbet Husuay 



Newa 

Pa.k Tunea 
Blm er Peier ann 

Screen Guild 
Bcreen Guild 
Duffy'* Tavern 
Dilffe'a Tayern 



i 4M1.SISI Rerb* for Bu-maib TrauA>e. 
' aeryaua. gaatrlr. rheutMtie pain itin 

diaorder. ‘^njur^Ua, itlA Ricfiaav Vvn. 

pUHTCA AND~WATX‘tlB« rXPKRTlY 
' rleanad aud rapairad Cluek Bh«Mk 
IMl Pvfl Blreel reyi Red Cfo* • 



Archuf CoisDay 



Tahni Brovta 



N'pwi 



d 00 ' BuipetiM 
t 19 AuapeftM 
• to |h><ii.n Riarkle 
d 45 I Boela.n Rlacki* 



Jtdtn and Judy 
Jnhn asd Judy 
Warn* aod Khuiter 



8u< perue 

Sutpenaa 

CriB]* Piietaffrapher 
Crime Phetadiapher 



Gabriel K*atler 
N< u« Rra! 
TellA.Teer 

Aniwcr Man 



Newa 

Bdwin C. Kin 
Blond la 
D.iiadte 



New* 



(hupeoee 
BuapcnM 
Kaunttni Hour 
tlaunilni Hour 



WAlXnQt— Bam to Mr. and Mr* Kudalpb 
Walieab, af Md S' CBBrlit Btreei, a 
daughier. an March Jl, Ibid, at Bt. 
JtiMph a Hoaplta. 



All-TTme Hit* 
AH-Ttm* HI'* 
Ail-Titn* iliu 



Bub While Show 
bob WMto Show 
Roil While anow 



I ■)»!. 

i CHINA RBPAtRCD MRBtm.T RlirrSDl 
' al ilie Chill* Wiirbabup fi '(IT4 

1 kow Torn WATCH NPRo itnj*t ir 
* *re P*l Mwtm* for fin# aaNli and 
ciMk repair at Peon> a Credit JeweiioiA 
Lid. nr. 173 port w 

rtcj-BMA rrcH. pilbr, prmriasib. try 

A-J Teeo)Hr# Oifi'i*«rt «ll Cii«mt'ynk 
atrooi. and all devoemont. drug eiuie* 

r'l»R RKI'AIA ARNVICBS - PUR COATR 
A repaired r#*'«l»d alicriie* ease* re« 



Ton H'lmetownrra 
7 11 )lwmeiaaa>e* 
f 10 ' rnui iiaeenD 
1 *S I CTturkaaeoD 



^'a• HI' Parade 



r B r New* 
N«b* 
Beentida 
BvenUde 



Ha.Tmar< Playluioa# 
Ba.IiMart Piaihwuae 
Hnltrwuod Theairo 



Ruuper Club 



Ceunterapv 



I W' A Oreen rwild 
th* Three tuioa 
Chierk«Bct.*n 



ff ip|r*r Club 
Dradnal 



Counirrauv 
A fiat* With Judy 



Crime Pitmcra 
Ned Ryder 



HnlivwbM Tlieatre 



Draeiiet 



A Date Wllb Judy 



Red Ryder 



L'ttMUMLZ-GRlBT Mr oBd Mra A. J 
Orut, Join Duupu* Bute’., aniwuh'* 
Me marriad* nf thair daudbier, IWruibr. 
ta Ooil J L'Meurauk. *i/n «( Mj ar.d 
Mr* A Llttureua. Daimar Balk . wbirn 
look p.kia at Hi. Mara e Cnu/'h at 1 )* 
am. March M. tvM, wttn Rev- Canuu 



Mra* and LafUlatur* 
K>enln* Srrenada 
Meei It,* People 
Meet U,e People 

He*«. (••incert Mall 
CoBtet* Hall 
CenceM Hall 



cituen*' Forum 



Lowell Thotnaa 



Clyde Beaily 



Newi 



Amateur Hour 



New* 

Ceeil BoilT 
Name Thai Bent 
Naaie That Bacia 



New* 

Mutlr 

Crot* Bietian 



• U r iiMv Arnold 
t in ' Ctd** dimten 

t tl . fr u*a Sectiao 

• 40 Rriutb fiaad CaBcert 
d Ik lirlllUi haMla 

t 10 ' Dr Kt;dare 
■ Ik Or Kildare 



ciuiene Phrum 
OtlMti*' Pnrum 
Here and There 



Jack Bmitn 
Mr Keen 

Mr Ke« o 

FBI -Peace. War 
PB 1 -Peace. War 

Beulah 



The Aldrteh Paaily 
Li«hi.upTW( 

Tb* Aldrich Pamtiy 

Paihrr Know* Beat 
Paihtr Know* Seel 
Oteheaira 



Amateur Hour 
Bob Mooteoiiicry 
Amateur Hour 

Bora' Club , 
Ba>r Clun 

Hew* 



Clyde Beatty 
Rpttri* 

Bpor'i 



Wtnntped Drama 
Wlnnlpat Drama 
C.BC Vancouver 



*l>nn Hardy 
Pulton LebU. Jr. 
Pe'er Saivnt 
Peier Maiem 



Damon Runyan 
Damun Runyon 
Reaiej iWvMk 
B«a:ed Book 



M'liak Brt«« 
Mueak 81 u>w 
Today • Hue 



I 1 C P HALL, MO(.rviT TDLMlIt. MIU* 
’ • laty ' MO eyery Thuraday night. ■ i«. 

1 ,iRBX ADUIBBION FOR LADIBS. 

openirg dar.c* at UoUabreajn Uali. 
Friday, March Ik. Da-.Ui g )» ta 1)0. 
Good mu*>.’ Admiauicu 

\|cMGHKAN'B BRABIDB OAHCINo’ PA- 
•*l Ti.Mi Cfirdaea bay D*rri.in< by ir.e 
**A e.ery Baiufilay nmht. 1 |« ] 1 , fcaluf 
iiig Btau.Cr*** a'.f PU orcAae'ra Admi»« 
aion. IV Ton.^^•'a priyea 



Cvsrcrt HaU 



CoBcart Orcheof ra 



CTuh 'tr 



BtarlUhi Brrenado 



Lynn Murray 



BincBina* 



DEATHS 



B1i-Iur.On* 



New* and Sertnada 



New* 

F'Kua 

Dance With CBS 
Danc t With CBS 

BlUnoro Hotel 
Orcheetra 

Fairmnnt Grr.heoira 



Flra>B:Br Pinal 
Rod and Reel 
WhatOoeaOn 
Swap n' Shop 

Make Way for Muela 
Make Way far Muaw 
Maka Way for Muala 



deibwUMd 



Bam Hayt* 
Newt 

MorUin Downey 
PIre*l<i*8onj* 

New* 

Ocihevtra 

Orcbeaita 

Ktw* 



Newa 

Coofiei Henjr 
Concert Hour 
Concert Hour 



I Ln«* 



Nrw* 

Dream Weaeet 
riute of Gar 
rhaptl Chimed 



New* 

The Nay Rrtow 
Vi< Water* Piiow 
Vi< Waiar* Bhnw 



91k Ivr-Oht 
Nrwi 

l.••>nel Barrymore 



WeatcrnBeraeaAe 
Wealera Berenaoe 
Ban« lum aod spa'ite 

Newt Stdnner Raoctum 
•pinner Raortum 
dpinner Banetum 
Bptnnrr Banetum 



Frank B>:watde 
CTiucawaion Jamb. 
Churkwa«oo Jamb 



OU4e— Fbaaed bawr an March IJ. luM. 
in Vmkuria. iHanler H. uil). aged M 

S tar* of bid Admiral* Road, noin in 
thai, Ont , and a laaideul hart fur 
«ghk yeara nod fartaeriy af Ca.gary. 
AHa.. far lb ywart. Burrlvirg ar* hi* 
wile.* OarwUty. ak f»w«e: hie paternal 
gtaodmoUiar. Mr* Hanry OiU, is t>».' 
•an. Oat; bia atapmoiher. Mr*. Katie 
OUl la Cald*ry: four bru'Mra, Rny in 



rirPNCM POLIBHING BY OfJ> CuUN 
b try polUhrr in eBue ham* «.f aur ahob 
^alitr woit. fair price* u ITU fi L 
Miller Cn lit) Oat Bat A«*. ReAnUhinii 
rehalrlnr " 



SNadaw 

The Biiadaw 
Paula H'csf 
Boo* Of the Plonerra 



Concert Hour 
Danea Tima 

Dante THiio 
Dance Time 



Ntw* NtU Ward * 

Dathuu** 

Decnauea 



Cora for Mwele 
Radio Rinaer* 



Radio fliiiicxa 



Donliuua* 



I.-iOR THt DCrr K.NfTTINu WGiiUi 
* aid 'are**’, aeiertion key iTw Bir . **. 
ei) Pr.r* A- reel 



14 WANTED— FEMALE HELP 



HJXTON HALL 



17 SHTATIONS WANTED— MALE . II SITrATIONH WANTED 

FEMALE 



M ODCRR and nLO-TlMR MCBfC BY 
r c f B td bS t-piwf* Ome*:r* *y»cr 
Batutdav. » ta 13 Mutlral ijutt *nu 
pr:*e darveei Admiaalm. 10 re;t<a 



O I IROORAPHER WAVnO POR LO'.'AL 
k^ .aw atDri, c»'* w'lJi aiperieBa* In llw 
office wnrk pvrferred 0 ;«* par.'. j:*ra, 
■ ua MT, CuluoUt. 



Television for Thursday 



H A.WOB on. BURNCR SBRVirB AMD |N. 

ttaitailor. laria ranneriad and 
p;umbir>g xtpelra. Prampi and rciittie 

Bias 



HOBBY BHOW BOONI 



rjffT TOUR MOnnVCRAFT Bf'pruiB 
' • new- eyetvlhing f«f me mOil#: bu;;drr. 
B'eo m»tle*l ••••irumanl* aim rtoairi at 
bkOBlC. Til PANDORA. .-Pa. 
O C B R Depot 



tlABT BtTTXRB EXI'rRHfNCCU AND 
1* reaaenable E MdT 

n ADv Bn^o~AirnDiNoo)r* and 

eyaniiigt Referenew* . B IbM 

j ' APABL* ~KK)KKBEPEn-TTPt«f. “lb. 
' full ar pari'lime work, wida efben* 
they BMSt 

i iHILDB^CARt BRBVlCB^Eaperienceil 
* - baby aiiiert B bill, b ta 1. ar after I 

n AILT RRlABli CARB FOR rntLD- 
ren from 3 lo I yeara R Tlbb 



TlMt DANCE EVniY' 



BTAITON KING-TY. IIATTL8 



, , WKDNEB- 

'' day. Briiatuiia Anaiidrium, an Arar* 
Wav and Carmoranl. Biebari* Grrhaatra. 
t>l3; bli;. 



\ ( 'BLUSPOKKN. PRCBEBTABLE VOCNO 
1 * wurntB. earn Ck lo Id daily. part'Umo 
work, preeleue aapcrlence maeuni publ>e 
O')' eeaenlia'.. belter retulla ataurM Ihoae 
whs have. Apply beiween ■•!• a m and 
* 14 b pm.. Ruom m, 1311 Bw i ad Bi 

W’ANTKD - HOOBBKEtPCR POR 
1 ' taiB'ly with 3 4duU tan* Pleaeaai 
Burruuhdinf* Ki e roMa. Ali>M*firic 
klirhen Help omea la. Good *a.ary. 
Referenrea. E03T3. 



Luck? Pup 

TV Club. Ao* Drummood 
Cartaon* 

Teak Patura. Newa Moale 
Teianewf Dally Pirat BdiUon 
Robert Quinlan Btwiw 
Ring'* Quean with Bea 
Donavaa 
Th* Lon* Ranger 



Bsorta Special 

Twa B’a ai tb* Kelt. w|ih Stan 
Boreasn and Art Barduha 

Beeape 

Bibfw ft. Charade* and 
LaoBha wun Tom Bribert 
To Re Announced 
Taltoewi DaUy. Pinal BdUlob 



FOR YOU 

A LAWN SPRINKLING 
SYSTEM 



1 OARANTEED 



WATCH AND CUVTC 
repalra. 1-3 flay* aer*i/o Aniwi''** 
ectally. HilUido Jcwelri, Mib Q’ladm 



O U)-TlME DANCE EVERY 'aATUROAT 
nikht. Praaer Bt Nail u>a n.^>a■• n*. 



night. Fraaer Bt. Halt, Mr* Bowar Or* 
eheatra mutii ti qut* and tpui dance* I 3d 
la b » m . practir* danc* 



CUy Ladga Na dl. R at P. 
ta ILvyal Oak BurlAJ Park, 
icalgary paper* plaaa* eapy I 



Adffliaatrio bftr 



tIAVE YOO A MORTOAor OR AN 
* • Agfeemet.i far Pa'e Ihal yua vecci# 
mamhJy warmenti from and are ar«>.>i,* 
to ae.; ta reaHae ya'ir «a«h' A*k fn< M' 
Saencer ar M» Smiin far appoK.tmer i „r 
1^ will call at yawr hnme *i ••ur r*«u*>i. 
Pinanrial Ruryey Ijmiied ii3i Owern* 
meni 0*3d4 ar r*ea foiq TSeR or g itM. 

1 fOUI-MADE 80CKfl.~<KK>T> WI’ALmr*. 
i. * VP'*' •• P**' Dl. 



A t«rn af the tap and yaur lawn 
aod garden watering probleaw ar* arar, 
a planned underground ayitcm now wul 
giva yaw year* of eftortlaaa garden water- 
ing and Ua not aa eipeiuiye aa It it con- 
venieni -na garden too laig* aur too 
•mall lor aur ayatem. 

ENQUIRE TODAY 



■OCKSTETTEH - On Runday, March tb, 
IbbO. Hedwig Rorkaleller. belwred wife 
af Jo* Raokaietiar. UM Burnalde pasaed 
away In Vinorim Sha waa burn in 
Munich. Baya/ia. and Uv*41 In Winni* 

K ag. Man . tor aayrral year* beloro earn- 
ig to Vkiorla. Bha laavei to maurw her 
paaatng. her h'Uband, at ham*, twa bon*. 
Mb* al Bietiier, Alla, and Juaeph. in 
Winnlpet. Ihre* bralhera. Anion al New 
York. NY. Mar and Henry in Germany) 
Uiraw eialerb. Rda.r Fraany and fua- 
ihiid. all in Germany 
Punaral tervkea will bo held wn Friday 
■uirnlog. March 3k, Ibbd, In Bt Andrew a 
Cathedral at lb ariort Prayer* wU) b* 
aald aa Thuradar evening ai T M a'rtorb 
to Chapilo a PunrrnJ Chapel, tnterminl la 
bha Rnyal Oat Burial Park. 

iWiniiipag papera. pliaae «apy j 



I'EPERtENCED BHORT-OKOER COOK 
( e wanu aieady emplaymeni, day* anly 
O 433# 

l.lEPERtmCBoTobkrW ITTt >fUVAri 
b a family. Bok Mdb, Colanut 

/ 2 ^CRAL BOUBECLBANINO. WABH- 
' a tng wall*, air., modern * 4 Blpm*nt. 
etperieneed worker* Neaaanabla Hourly 
Af rontracL E 1143 ar B Mli. day ar 
evening 



n 'ANTEG-COHPLE OR LADY TO LOOE 
after yiy-yaar-ald girl May have na* 
or houae Phan* wf'er # pm.. Colaulta 
EMR ar CalquN* 33# H 

Xl’ANTrU A WOOL PKIMM AP^ 
v'^lr Renfrew BrM . Dry Oeanera 
mil Vale* n««1 

\\ *710X0- EltPEIIT TEACUP READTR 
* * from 1 p.m, la ft p m . daily. Apply 
Cameo Cate 



IT SITt’ATIONS WANTED— MALE 



17 SITl'ATtONS WA.NTED-MALE 



GUTTERS 



A ll typeb op altbbatto.ns a.no 

rwaodeling at a rwaausaM* pric*. Aieu 
wiU buiM y«u a new bama nod dubmit 
a<*na It drtired. B )3«l 



ANDREW SLATER 

Plumbing and Baaiing 
444 JOHNSON irmEgT PRONE O TtM 



It WASTED— MALE HELP 



b trr<.»UOTTVE ACTEBBokY BALEItMAN 
^'.Cdv'rnng VIciaria mi talary baaie 
Bejily gmuB full PAMInilara, a«a, nprri- 
enra, eic Bog b#l. Calaoiai 



DRAIN 



4 LL TYPES OP ALTEKA-nONB. RE- 
e > pair*. Keaaonabl* price*, eatimatea 
g|y*n Painline and decorating. IL O. 
Walbtu R3*kb. 



AVINU TROUBLE 



,, - ormNO HELP 

f • far houaework, cleaning* Than rail 
Ihe Mudern Maid*. Mudoin Mulpmenl, 
eaperlenred hrip, by the hour «x day 

0 ledb d ay*: O 7*43 nlghiA 

1 >ELlABii”LADY~WOlrti^ARB~POR 
lb ehiid oc all with elderly perwaa. 



W'ANTED- WOMAN TO 'LTirE IN AND 
** help wNh houaework. aiaa ear* far 
children B IMS. 

ix-OMAN TO TAKE ■ CHAROE ’0F~3k 
*' roam mwdarn abartmeni. indeftnlta 
penad. Mini be gnnd eaek. O lITb 



I yiCTCLE REPAIR MAN TO TAKE PUU. 
• * rharg* af ahop Niata ecperienea ann 
waget etperted. Nal 7tb. CahMiUt 

l,4EPERI»Cg»~jA'NmR FOR DOWN- 
J * lawn apartmeoi blwE. B«i gal. 



PJTT & HOLT 

PLUMBtNO AND HEATTNO 
Purnarea Iniiaiiad and Repaired 
Ml ESQU1MALT ROAD PHOKBEDU 



PIPES 

WE DO BCrr CANYASB 

INDUSTRIAL ROOfING CO. 

E3660 



\ BDER«OK-WKnE-A BETTER RUILO- 
ing tervira A pHc* you can afford, 
lai uj da that lab now. Why wall? Phan* 
O bbdk. Sidney 3MF. 



INVIBINLE UENOfNU. AI.TERATIONN. 
— i_ * Lereringian B 3311. 

BtNOER BliriNn MAnilNE CO 

T3d YATEN rr 

TOTT ARRIVED- a hew amPMff.VT OP 
y Ih* famair* “Joy** pinking aliear* ball 
baarinc, fuil-euiUng blade, afao lull rant* 
bf Jdf acuaor*. «.i.g m blad* arieaar 



JANG-On Marrh lb lib#, at the Chinaae 
Haapllal, Jang Tea Dueb nf 1434 Oe«- 
•rnment Bireet He >a aurvlred by ena 
ttep-braiher. jang Hung uf Vamoueer 
He baa b aenber pf the Chlnea* Pree- 
aaaanA 

Puneral bcrylcq will he held from the 
Th4>4na<>a Punerbl Ham* im TTsnrtdai bf- 
terrvooB. March S3. ibM, *i 1 pm. Rev. 
Mai p<>r>g Leung allicibiing. wiUk isur- 
ment !■ Rayai Oat Uurial Park. 



Colnolal. 



AGENTS WANTED 



UnTBR FOR REUAB1.B CBtLO CARE 
Phnne E IML Mr* Hulei. 

U *ELL EDUCATED IPn>OW.' EXFmT- 
eaxed libraObn and book b«?«r 
wuhea paaiilao. full ar part tun*. Boi 
7#3. CakonltL 



T.^NRE ROOM OFFERED ENOLIBM OElT 
3 litpun. *11 week!, for fardanlng Box 
• (•. CaiMnUi 



to PROF1T8* BELL BORTRAm 
Manage ynur own tiuiaeaa Brtvd Jar 
klngwe. Dnited Art Ca.. Torooia 3-B. 



A ll TYPBi OF LANDBCAFB OAR- 
daning ewpertly biteaded to. Yaur 
new graiuida aclentiflcally lOld owl u 
lawna. abrubbtrieu. lackeriaa. pooU, ate , 
or your preecnt gardra artuticaity reno- 
vated. 11 pay* la an».w» eapartanr* Be- 
Umaia* fra* Work guaraniaed. Hecaan- 
mesdailan*. Chaa. BaJawis. B33I4. 



A BETTER JOB — E8f91 

YOUR TANE PUMPED OOT WnW OVR 
•FECIAL RQUIPMENT AND CONTENTS 
HAULED AWAY 

n>ea* far lAfarmailan and Appalatmewt 
Prompt Beryica 

•AANICB lA.NITARY A SEPne 
TANK BBRV1CS 



^AN TO 
work I 

pay. Bia'e 
Colooul 

pAtyrrxR and pXprRMANoBR 
■ wantad. ItaU taperlenra la Bax 313. 
Cnlnniat. 

tyailway” TEL^^PHERA in the 

bk naar future. Cla**** forming al Bproit- 
Bbaw BchawL Phone OlUt or call tar 
particulbr* 

OEQUIRE DEUVERY~Bor~FOR AUTc 7 
bb meUv* whaltaal* buatnea*. Karrlent 
oopartunily far *dv*nt*meoi. Bicycle 
euppliM Box ••]. Coluniat. 



A better bervice for all ttfcr 

ar earpenlry and repair*. Free aatl- 
mate*. O iPTl 

* TTENT10n 1-CUT RATE8 ON BUILD. 
Iht. framiox. repwiring, remodelinf. 
Q uick Mryk e. gat Devanablrw Rd B 1341. 

\ A. auiLOiNo cournutcTORa — 
• Hou*e*. repair*, alierattani, decorau 



onouri TRACTOR 
m farm BUady work, 
nperlenee U any. ttoi 



EYB CUT WHILE YOU WAIT 
Jehnitan, tin Vanrouver Atr 



17 Sm'ATlONS WANTED— MALE 



WILL TAKE PULL CHAHOE OF 
* ’ riuid In my awn hoaw by week ar 
month R4MI. 



T ADtEB* AND GINTB GOOD IMBti 

EfENI TAILORED-TO-MBABURB BNO- 
U*h poo’en luiia and lapcoai*. diraei 
from wbolaiBler ta you Frirad from IIS 
Ta canurt aur rwprteanlaiiy* phone Mt. 
Duncan E fb#b 



RETTIR CEMENT. SEPTIC TANK, 
grtateirwp UM drain tnaialled. 
*< repaired Bparialitu an wei baae- 
■ Advlca an dtaloage problemi 
men fully avperimred. Cement work 



LORY -On Marrh IS. Ibbb at U>* Cblnma 
Koapiiai Lory Lan Sing af Fiegard 
Btreei He le eurvned by ana mb. Lary 
Wal. in China 

Funarai aarvtce will he held from th* 
ThumMD Funeral Ham* an Thureday 
wfiernnan. March S3. Ibbd. at 3 pm. la- 
karment Is aha China** Cemetery. 



n NrRHING AND CONVAIJIB 
(ENT ROMES 



\ COMPUrrB GARDEN SERVICE. TUX> 
*r go** thraugh amau gate, also 
ploughicf with ParguMb Uactar. lifetime 
eapurtenaa vita aaif Flacba Tractar Mr«- 
ke. bbbi Vlrlur, E 1IU 



— — • owweee, rviwK*. aiieravion*, wreorav- 
tng. ate E SMd 

A Ll'E^flONB. BUILDING. REPAtaa. 

rooflag a apeeially T. TRlrktll. BkdU. 
Raoflng. gutter*, dawnpipe* E*t. Ibl3 

\ N1^D40^N CE M E NT^FLOORK 
walk*, drlecwar*, farm building, at 
taw raal Free eaumata* O bdO 



of all typoA Sump pump* tnitalltyL 

iXIROOB BOTLEB 
Phan* B M03 



\ LAJkUB BOOM. BALCONY. BEAUTl- 
■r *■ fuJ aa* flaw, far invalid ar eldvrly 
board. I3T1 tC. 

David Blrert. B43M 

i>OARD~ ROO.M AND CARE FOR 'eld 
bb erly lady t *«CI 

/IRKERFUL HObfl RBQU1RKD~>OR~^ 
' yming woman. Tampernry patled 
dhlp. Bed pailent but na nurctng *r 
right rarw rwquirad. Par mart particular* 
OblM 

YtLOVEIXlT PRrVATB HoiprTAL LTD — 
V Fully aiaffed, gradnat* wur*M. Medi- 
caL canvaletcent*. chrawica llfd Clavtily 
Terrace FTblb 

\fAYFAIR RBfIT AND CCMV/oIbnCENT 
•*i Korn* I0S7 Rtrhardaaw Bbki] 



A ll RBSPONaatLrrY taken tof- 

pt»g. faUipt bucking u**a Lawm 
aoBdIuonad. Laadecaplag Fawat aaw 
Baaeanaala Charge Ebltl B 444A 

A ** LL PRUNiiku an^VfrayTno? 

lawn*, pnnla and rardtrle* dcal«n*d 
and b uUt Ouaranteed work i Sldl. 

A uToAROBN ■ROTO-TfLUNO'-'^MA'- 
ebln* |Hea ih/ougb amah gat*. Frank 
Utaa*. O l3Ab 

\ LL KINDS OF FRUIT THUMB FRUNEl^ 
rtpeOeaced man, hnwr ar oeouacL 

O 14M 

A ny k3nd~7)f oardenTno. lawn. 

digging ar elean-qp Berk, by hour, 
day ar raatrart. uAdbf 

A ll types oardentno dome 7 
FrwBing tpraylRg. digging *u B )3tl. 

A ll FR'cNINO and NFRAYOfoTwORK 
guaranteed Ball. B 3b«g 

A GOOD FLOWINO. DIBCTNO OR ROTO* 
titling Job. VM Jaaephaan. 0 4343 



■\ftir« BION WAIST DRILL AND 
Ulloreg wen cuff. 1313. 
4)14 Comiil*t* tine of *y-a civihey at 
raeeanabl* price*. Imperial Drygnodt lyn 
Oirvernpienf 



1314 Btyla* 



TIP-TOP STEEPLEJACK 

DANOEROUB TREKS REMOVED 
CL OTHES UNE AND AKRJAL REFAIRB 
OUTTBRB REPLACED AND CLEANED 

PHONE B65U 



LL BU3CKED, CLOUOSD ORAUtS 
Bepli* taakR gyeaa* trap* Inauiied. 
repaired W*t bawsenia guar- 



Is ber M4b year pf t*03 Btadarena 
Avenue. Bern in Londati. Btigland. and 
a rwaldank vf Dike city for S3 year* She 
leave* a *un. Chrutopher Fib* of Met- 
ehaatn, BC; two daughlera Mu* Nuaan 
M Pika And Mra. Zara Fo*t«r, both in 
Ttrlorla; aUn aaven •grandrblldren, one 
bealhar. C E gionb *f Tbroal*. Ont 
and •*¥»*! frtMea 

Funeral eervice* io HaywarCe iBC.f 



\ b’AKTED-DRlVER WITH OWN PANEL 
** track Int eatabU*bed dry cleaning 
route EFf|3. ” 

WANTED — OUHWA^BIL MlOftT 
* » ahlfl Apply ehef, Terry * 



I JOB ON SEWERS. TILE ORAtNB. 
aanrratw W BUoh Fbooa E0M3. 



ADAME THBRBA. 



,, THE HtOltl.ANO 

* b g<nc*tah learup reader, nnw raading 
bl M *y lalf B ate. ifH Brood Bireet 

( kVEH *0 YEARB OP Ffwt TAtUlRINO 
' ' lb ladle* and geniiemen Bmtah 
waol ei.* altrratlani 

BTEARNN TAIIGRB. 14| Fart Bt B '.ail 



tfCE WORK. CBIMNEVa AND PtRE- 
place* kulll arid repalrrd. Bb«b3. 

ifCItWORK. OfiMNEYR^AJCD'FlRil 
plarea buUk and repaired. R I3bl. 

5QUARt~ DEAlTcoTBTROCnON 



Oim«. n-3l YEARS. 



, .... FOR BRANCH 

b affic* af larce Csnaila-wide rnniirQc- 
itnn piaierial rompan* otBre doitea with 
gr?Mf pniethiliiiea of working inu> a •*:■* 
pa'i'lon i*ter Knowledge bf lypirig *n 
atael (iiva fuff particular* of odueoitan. 
age and eypenenr* u gny, m fMai leittry. 
to Boi 741. Culam*i 



"riae* AudMlng Income lai. payraUa. 
bimke eel up. kept part tim* ar maotbly 
Rraaona^e Phana ETI47 

i CRSAOl L^B.'oARDlDf'pUlUOHfD! 
JV dlered: bark-fiUing. leveling, ciraea- 
ting Jin Ibiaun Phone B aim. RH b. 
Oardan Dead Camp, ar B kbk* 

\ til DRAINS. Bffpnc TANKS. RE- 
•klfk. 17 yaar* etpertenr* C*n- 
crew wnrk. rh'mney ii-a», eia. G MXT'cek. 
«M> tractar Phone EiMk' 

\ NY PLOW'lNO. DIKINO OB ROTO- 
tiUleg aha light rlcarlni. back- 
filling and eycatnilng tinrv* by expdrtciKod 
opera*^ Phan* Via JoaapbxBW. O 4343 

\ NY KIND op" work r Cr T REl T THAN 

fJz, B<'a*rwnrk>. A I drivar. ear or track. 

Wort aaodad 



pARPENTBY. ALTERA-nONB. REPAIRB. 
3,‘ tenrmg, addition*. Any repair around 
the home Nothing to* naan K 13M 



lyon-niAm taken in tour iioMbL 
b niMi entargewvrnt* of your famrllq 
negativ**. Riatw 

IbicTURS FRAMt.Mo7plRarr.CLAM JOB 

large «wq pf pwuldlng* 
Wiillamaan'i d«d Part Btreet 



"IffMENT WORK. FOUNDATIONS. 

Haora aldewalk*. ate. Beptio tanka. 
It* drain*. *«*era Raiiafaction fuaran- 
•ed Cambrey M Undersoad, I 4711 

"4ALL THB rouse DOCTOR*- WE CAN 
prracna* far t«or rraalfa, email ar 
arte, anything B t?7). B 7tb4 



A K I/300E — FRtTATE noBPfTAU 
medical, ronvaieteeni and rhranie 
l*n«». fiilly-traiacvi aurelwf etaff nn 



*4 - Afier a ahAfk filnee*. WUllaiw Lovell 
Ma poeaed awav an Marrh 31. tlbo al 

Turnbull, beg cralgfiower Mnad aa«d 74 
year* bora in Vlciona and had lived 
bare all hu Ilf* fietvie* hi* *l«(*r ha 
Wat** a aaphew. L W TurnouH in Vlr- 
beri* Plea I hr re ntet-e*. Mr* A Daaron 
In Pott Anxelaa. Wa*h , 3dra Orau 
Sirbei* In^lrtorla. and ifri. EUaab^ 
^har la Freetan Enqlaad 
Fun*ral from Ha/ward* BC, Funarai 
»• March >4. al 1 ii p m . 

•4 ofllcitUng. Inurigaok la 



yALMIBTRY. 



EfARE lib TO 433 A DAT BBLUNO 
e'b new revalwtiMarv electrical pcaduct 
Mil* an aigh* t« ereiy hou*eholder -na 
Invrittnent reqolrad - reealli guaranieed 
Men. aonet) aeli rull ac p*M-ilm* T# 
mure terriiury ruth detail* to PO Box 
S#k. DetK. IL, Hamtltott, Ontarta. 

M an WAMTE^TO'sUK'tT” RAWLEIOH 
nnuaeheld Fraduet* la Ceneuwier* 
Wa tram and help yau. Oond prnflt* far 
hiutUr* Car dealrabl* Pleaaani. ptaflu 
ah)*, dialled work Writ* today Baw- 



, . CARDS. REAltlNUS 

3 Jeanne 3H Beecbwoad A>vn»e. 
da? ta Friday. 3-b pm 

pROMFr" n'^YERv"-~QUlCK~C 
b *i6« aervice lor yaur parcel*, bagi 
gmera ! deliverja* and light smving B 

ALL RINMOF HOME RSPAIRB 
Fy*c Batimal** 

T)B-roofino. 

be guitar and thimaey rapaica 
try work and pwinling 
Mwer raai our motior ta 
Fair FricM*' C;:' - - 

Wmoabard Street 

f^FRINO CUUN04O 
bv S*l4a carpeta, drape* 

Mathsroonwd P - - 

FuruiareCMPi 

OFRtfta IS HRRB- NOW '» THE TllJt 
la rUan yaur baaetneni awt. aieo bait 
y*3d WIU fwniraci ta haul yaur cnVh'eh 
• war Et-eerviteman of iwq wat* B e''tg 



UNDER TNR CARR OF THE RIRTIRB OF 
ST MARTS FRIORT 

ST. GREGORY-BY-THE'SEA 

A caweoiee ne at botn* ptnvidfaf Soma Mm- 
farta and goad puning ear*. 

ST. MARY'S HOME 

Far 4(d*rly pooplo noadlng •poclat oarw. 

THE PRIORY GUEST HOUSE 

fTb* Oletiahial Rataii-A fm* Soma Iwr 
wMorty peopla and aanealaa e iPU 
Mr sartlettkar* ragardlng llw abae* bowp 
-and reocrvatlMtt apply Bi. M»rra Frtoey. 
Baraard Aeenua. Bmpir* bBSS. 



«t14-PAINTlNO AND PAFBRhANO- 
_lng No fab ta* •mall. 

• 117 7~du WFORD- FAFERKAN OOf O. 
piaalar patehtag. wiadaw glaaa. rewairw 

7T3d”7“ ^INTtNO, DBCORytRO. 

plaatrr potchlng. popdrfcnpflaM^ 



ROOFING INSULATION. 

- Carpen- 
Intulat* now at 

— „ Oand wack at 

BMbaard Ham* Muppiy, loag 
Fhnne O 3433 

OF^rwiNTER- 
... and aitp e***ee. 
Yietarta Caepei * 



leig h'a. D ept WO-C-l>4-b3. Winnipe g, 

R ich offortunitt for bxperi- 

ancad dlr*et-ta-Pearwr aalqpmen Badl 
••aetMtllr-famnua JMetedh ehlrik made ta 
meaeure. Uheral eommiMrtana Btp repeat 
buafhM. Wrli^ Btetann Shirt Camgoay. 
Pottal Blauen C. Miitilrral 

\\’A.MTED BY NEw'rTORB SFtaAL- 
» * lalng in cAn’empararr furnlehlnga, 
•alenaan with anme iBierlor drrorailng 
eipTMenre. Apply Dae gtb. ita’ing pra- 



CAED or THANKS 



f tAKB OF OARSKNS TKROUU R TBfl 
aawaop; pkadaram rwlea; preferably 

O^a ar Ebsufmalt SirtrlcU. Karaun, 



r “" b CNR. tui Orant Btroal. 

b ^ J Cm. and danghtara. Mra. 
F iDareaoi Dadaworih and Mra. R H 
nwaadeirm Warpurtan. wuh to eapr*** 
•*ir gkatiiuda u thair many DMndc for 
aqpreaainr* af eympaihv. beautiful flower*, 
mrda and fatiera af eaodnlenc* reeaivail 
during khetr aad bereavement Bapecally 
da they wiaR to thank oDrera and Bam- 
bara •( th* BFO. Blki Na 3, Vletorl* 
alBfera and mimbaca OG R F. No A AMe- 
baria. Bevaraaa Oi*pan*eri Local ail; man- 
•fveaeni and aiaff af iha Gorga Rolel 
^a all the aaetamar* af Tleiarta Fiotiaar 
^••1 Oeilvary for iheir hind ne-operatian. 
•hd Bwnee and etaff of Third North. 
Rnywl JtthUa* RoapilaL and t>r. S 
Jenawaky. 



/~yKFByrTER WORK. BUILD OE RIFAIR 
Mythlng. rtnlahing work, draugfiiing 

pHIMNEYB~ FIRBPLACM BUILT, “ST 
palrad aatUfacierllv. R. Reniaa a laod 



ROTOTIUJNO 

|Omr WASTE TOUR bgORET — A 
•wportov fab W reCaftHtns, dana with 
r. p pwt f ful, qalet-ruanthg K^lah 
chine. Ooea thraugh garden gat* 



_P*lrad aatufaciarlty. R. Rrtuaa 6 ll4d. 
|OUOLAS — CEMENT WORK.'~LAROE 
ar (mall fowa wateema Frampk Mrvicw. 



rrmsoNAL 



T he lord wux not faoi thee 
neither feraeke thee fear hat. aeuher 
be gKmayad Deui arc. a 



TlAINTTNO. PAFERRANOINO. 810NB— 
b Bee Cornell lb* Fainter. O #kO 

fYLASTTRlNO AND~ nUCCO ROTAtRa 
a Smal* BrM. B47T7 

T7AHmHANnm6rPAiyrTTi^niss ^ 

X limataa. B 3437, D SmythO. 



VJ FENCER ROFFORTS flNDiVTOCALt V 
‘^_S***tnedi Mr* Marnran A*a<ap 
ilF 'Reterte chargo* > 

WFtRBlM FOtTNOATION OARMENTI- 
^_^Eb4gj fw fanr reatgeai-coraeuer* 

fc*FENr^ OARMENTR INDlVIDUAItT 
* deulgned. Tout rarMUer «1 1141 

fpArLORmn — LADin and" OENTT 

*■ Men • (uJl* made mra . 



],'>XFERIKNCEO LANIMCAFB GARDEN, 
b^ at. feni.ing any dcugn. ewocreiing. 

r oM. lawna. ate Rea*ot<Bh3a Fhana 
D74 4 afur 4 pm. 

I 1AS1ER dAROBNINo' WMEN~ROT d! 

J tiflad. Owad fab caD O bAbl 

'L^IRBT-CLABS WOBk'oN NEW* LAWNB. 
b letimaice o 0771. 

t>Rorr Tfin and robe bushm 
I pruned, _h^gee trtmmad. at*, o aopg. 

YTARDENBR. ab TEARr~KEPERIEMci 
' ■ prun'ng landarape. rarkene*. Rafar* 
•rre* Stone, SL Haien'a Aparunatta 



4 YOUNG MAN FROM THE rRAfRIEB. 
J* tu>'y eiaertenred Is men* readyvta* 
wear and ahoei. detlrei pMliiaa. OtbOi. 

4 NDY RANDY VnB7DO~ANTTHfNo‘ 

eb Clean baram eni* Nave track. 0 4413. 

|>A8EMBRTS (dKAREtToF BUBBUH. 
b* moderal* fee. B Biai. 



NOTICE 



Low charge* o 4441 



REAL ESTATE SALESMEN 

SPECIAL CONTRACT TO 
MEN OF PROVEN RECORD 

(Larga MUbUabed Firm! 
tNVnnOATI NOW 

BOX 518, COLONIST 



DRAunnrtNO 



TTOUn FLAN# ORSIONBD AND DRAWN 
B 44H alter 4 34 and Sunday 

\*EW aOMBST'Al’rblA'TIONirAND Rl^ 
pain Biiimaiee gitan. B. K Wcia- 
mi ller. F hatt* • |34t 

pLAKTERINO AND~ B^CCO " CON- 
b tracUng, ectlma'M fivew. Sanutda 
Canirwriart. B 44b) 

ibLABrERTNO STUCCOtNoT RIFAIR 
■b fabe. If you want a reoowimendalloa 
•ee b ur work. Carier Brae. 0 4344 

I bLABTERlNO AND'lrrUOCOrHO, " ALL 
kirMU Free eMlma'aa Ftret-ciaai 
wart 4a4»a._CoM*iu jilK JfWm Bibbald 

I >LAfnTRtNO AND STUCCO WPfNi’K 
Beilmatea glvan Elm nine R 14*7 



Mr. R. K. MrCaJl 4nd famlty wlab la 
mtpreoa kheir aincer* thank* t* the manr 
ftianha and Mtgbbor* far th* fplwual 

£ d Sen: eSarlngt and fer th* eympw- 
XM dXbraealone received la th* Ia«* *f 
n kind piMher aod wil* Bpenal thanka 
•w tb* pallbearere. alM to th* •:«*■* 
hurae* and dactart af Rl Joeeph * Hoe- 

C tai for their kind wkteniMi durtnf tier 
ng Ulneea 



/10INO TO CAUtART THROUGH USA. 

Jt^jOk 37. Bax 7M. Catanicb 

tlfflAT DO CnfUrrAOBl>HtAmi~l)B'- 
< * Ueeei Llteraiu-e try r*qa**t Bihi* 

J ueiilone Invited Mailing addre** Cht-lm 
o'ghtM, 733 Ca«*<4aol* A»a 



* Man a (uJi* mad* mt# udiea’ ' V 
•wn material eiyieg i* aqn oon'l th 
anythleg a*ay A«b th* Cpatom TaJ.er 
free advica aw Fart Rtvaat ESdit* 



r^AVCSTROUaRlNO AND DOVNFIFBS 
b-4 (leaned repaired and rmawed. Free 
petlmaiea given Fhnn* B3aM 

VXMRIENfTfO~BREAb“*ND CAKE 
• 4 b*ker_*a«*_Ff^y nlghrwdrE. o M*b 

|,ifRHT AID ATTENDANT ILNDUSIWIAL. 
b privatei afailabld nnw. gryid refer- 
ence* Bar 440. CalonDt 



BRUSH 8FRAY 
FAPERRANOlNa 
TEKT UR E WORK 
STEAM CtEANlNO. AND 
SArWAY** SCAFFOLDINO FOR RKNT 
Fr*a Setlmaiea— Term* tf D**tra4 
FRANK OLARKBOa 
Fainting Coalrnetar 

r33 Fudorg bratiM Fhona ffTtM 



niAlLORINO- ALL KfdNi OF RgPAtRpJ 
b •■ter*t>pn* **4 rearadellng an l*gle-r 

BMd Mr«r garwaiu. Jaame Caoaar V f 
Fart h'.reei o b7ai g 



Vtet^^ 



gi ARDEN MAINTENANCE. FOWBr" tJkWN 
' * mawinx. hadar* iriataed. era 



INJOY YOUR RPIVtLEGt! 
AN OPEN BIBLE - 

FREE rORNEBFONDENea coimss 
Wrile Scripture Biodv Circle, 4 WlUla 
•an Rood. Toraota 4. Ont. 



- ' mowing, hadgre trimmed, cu . wem.y 
wr monthly n'oa 0 3iak 

Fi AROBNI FLOUOHBD B^OTOrtLL^ 
' b Fbene J W. Paint, n *a*y 



rpEA* UF KBAmNO# AE TEfUtV'N AF 

I* 1 *p"m**'*' * ** * ■**' 7 



(lENTLEMAN. RETTRED. MOST RELI- 
* b able, la pnw ao*n far engatemenu *( 
hnnaeguard wr raretaker during owner « 
mmperarv atwenre, or Piberwla*. Box 
414. CalonMI 



■ - Fbwna J W. rami, O a»43 

T ANDBCAFtNO, LAWNB. BOCKEMBb'. 
bJ Every Ivp* af g*r4e«ti.g Oordent 
up Thorough Eallmarae O rm 

I ANDBTAFTNO. general OARDEBDfO. 
J fmatilHng. 0 4411. 



lirtP HAMTEIb— MALS 
OR FE.MALK 



KffCRBON-ln kartrif memory of n dear 
huaband and faihev. Jafin Dkekaon. who 
pOMed oway March 13. tbkd 

Borwewhera barb nf th* punact. 

Where lavallce** wevar die*, 

■* liva* In th* land of glory. 

Mtdai the Mu* and the gvld pf the ekim 

And wa who daarir lavad him. 

WfwM peeNng pa* braugh' mnay »aar». 
.Will .eher'th hi* memory a>waya, 

Tb brighten tha poeoing yaarb. 

— Bver rapwmbeted by hig lovtnf wtfa. 
Jennia. and familr. 



rimt BAZAAR NOW LOCATED AT>‘j 
» Broad Btreei Oo-vd re* 0 n 4 
*><vihing_rai*gM and a«id BMie 

f|1WG FV)R-OyrE PERMS "how AT'la 
b Franrw Neawiy Aafatn 

fpSACUF NtADINO OPEN 'for'f^ISS 
J Apppfhinmt *n*a* Eoada 

\YATrHBB CLredcB ' AND JEWgiFT 
** retired on peemiM* Fry*** r-r.ii 
Home ibai o*b Bay aeeou* tutvm f< m 
Borewayi rauena nrfll 



SIA RirNINKHM rr.RAONALH 



1,'XPBRlBNt ED COAT TAILOR 1 
bJ round wetx Frank Kyvwien. 
Oevxrnmanl Bitapt: B34U. By 

Cniqutu 17IW 



tANlTOR 8EHTTCB- HOURLY OR CON~- 
*3 trari Rrreilent reterrnee*. Reaaaeabla 
role* Phone Bldik 

\l AHRISD "COU^” TRUSTWORTHY. 
**» ei-ei t iwafa . -wteh potiifoa a* eara- 

****“ **** 

POWNFinM AND OUTTYBS 

UR BFBCUI.TT-GUARANTEES SSRV- 
fe* ol mnderata rate* Far tiwa aell- 
WAlei an ceaairina. renewing cieaxiAA 
Fh«*»* flWPtt. mve 4N EvWfltnfa 



1 3LASTBRINO AND STUCCO WORK. 
Bryco h Jaekman 0 7114 

pLAsmnP^ and i T w:u o ekfsrtly 

■ dan* Call paw Free aatimara* 0 44M 

TiLAsmiNo. “b't u c c o r n o,“”src 

A Fhan* B 3bt3 or O tepa 



MELLON BR08. LTD 
YlcivrU't laadin# DacoratTM* 
__Oor, O 4431. NlfhL ■ 31)3. 

u UF ROOMS papered" FF^O^ 
J ^ttmbiaa. O RmyUN. B >417 

OF FAFIRB TWAf"R6b)d. INCLUD* 

‘"I pa»*r B IMI • 

■V UF PER BOOM. FAFBR BUFFUn 



VO BOflNa. NO RAKINO 
AY untng. L#t Bab da IL 

•very Oma Fbane I #741. 



I« RANTED— rEMAI.8 HELF 



IktXJKKERFlRO MACHINE UFSHArON, 
A> pleaaani aurrawidlnda. aemanent em- 
piayment Box 713. Cnfeniil 



I NINO 



Ta BOWEN. FXJkSTBRDia CONTRAC. 
bk. tor all klndi leature* paton btid 
yucoo tarq* qr Mvall repair*. M yeara' 



I’ALLBTH RE-ZfFFBNEfi | ft pcI 
’_^b^H HrtM, 434 pr-n *1 i ,<*q 

'OU STM FLY eAR‘*crY~ I/V,* 
llae iwwlglK- If your , ... 

•»ed vith mala* ar.d r%perfl.,<„. aa‘r 
’T, *• ^b** them ae-tpa'- 

nM* and aafely tewwived U.,* -,t.g 
“ffr- fwe far# e«e-y itto* ’ t' 

> tm^lbljlae* whieh aeral.m ra m*. 



yerteweej' S 4134 

TT.1CCO WORK OONE^JOKN BAMIW 
tea 4 04 Stmroe E3#3b^ 

IILS BATRROOMB FIREFLACBB 
(taka Free mei m aiea Ouaranrrwd 
rt Mndaynaga o *443. day ar adshk 

rWtH YOU PfEED ^ANT ~LATWINa 

* dona, pbaod B Iddl 



la meet 
Reply- f 
rtpeeivd 



!r. age n to W 
pbeue numk#* 
lot 1714. Cn^anut 



Quiet Dtanltv at Madarate Cnel 
ClUFLnrB FUNENAL CNAFEL 
tFnrmaeiy Cufrrai 
Nfi-ma Obbtl 

OppoMlo Chrlet Chwrali Cathedral 



SAW WORK — DANOEROUB 
fri ed, wwad ratting by hour at 
faLiPf and bucking Balmont 



GIVE YOUR HOME 

THAT 

PICTURE-BOOK LOOK 



c-cKiradt, 



Y)'XPBRIENrBZi IN8URANCI NTXHJb- 
be raphef fur qM enabllehed aftlra niv* 
*•• and experlento) wagra requirvA fbalt 
ii-e (•#. CaknnUt. 



FICTURB CRAFTS 



\ LL TTFBS OF FICTVRS FRAMING 
a*4 (pee.aity wwih OU paiaMngi 
cleaned and re»iur*d Foe araamentq *f 
charm and pulura* af dtetUnuan an* mu 
aide Afiectian . fa t Fart 

A ‘nEjfSbw BACK^^T 04 UVYm7 



13BOULAR FART-TtME WORK. BEV- 
bb erai daya weekly. efor energaUe lateui- 
Ctnl bi«a Ban Bgt. Cataniat 

k,;mNouNo ROOF RBp7nu. new and 

• oM rwwfe renewed AU aalara to rbora# 
^m Ouiicra and down plpoe renewed 
FfiAcve wrier 4 p 4 l Frtcua ara renaooablr 
ObBM Tmre wf riparlenee. 

TXiPFWfO FELLINO. ' BUCRnan 



GARDEN CITY 
LANDSCAPING 



LST OB 

A«mak vwu aa hrighien wr tMten rent 
riuwe with OLOarySN FADfTB wr time 
Wallpopee If prefeeete w aJ wartmarafiin 
1 * r««ulrad wa wui b* »;eaaed ka rewam- 
ma«d • *y«fimu Wh* wui akaana yw« 



McCALL BROS 
^7>* Flwral FiMtbl CbapA" 
Dwvkd M MeCall Jamwa M I 

•raham R MoCaB Tarry A 

and A*ewrto4it 

kilt ?bhl44W4( Blfwab PbWM 



NEW HOMP 



m 4 * K RRFAIRS 

for 

AH tvpao 4f fianmttaid rupnlrm. tryeulatiau. 
pAinUhg bAd daearailAd. thiainet eiaeba 
b«m and repauwd. rawfing. waitrprwanng 
of baeomont*. •(* Ikeeirteni wark a 
•per'aitr Feoe ewtHnatea. Bpwady offkigni 
Workman al ywur aareMn. 

Fltana B 33gl Dwp w* B ea nh i g 



pm* w ranaaa Tr y H Tha S^,iea dl3^*'l 
«W7T*»U MENTiHNI 

'W'l A Oarlapd- 

Udtor 4M oeww SIteranana RaraNb 

FJSKCF AND OlUTtikff 



whaal af wwv aewaduaj drte* tweirurtiaw 
c*r. Taw w«B h* awrprkead baw aaay tt 
•» to Marw to drive **i> CwU Dwra Sflatol. 
Og443 Vietarto BeJtowi af Ovtvtog 



TWO- 

PaUiFer, 



MOWAT^RANT, LTD 

Fbhil and FnlatorF Bwppttaa 



ONLY OfAMOMD AND ryiHBN 
riftga Ret tM to am Ow 
2^ miF IfllM aaeh. Srf IBtnaev. 



A Gxnpietft Tree Service 

BC U BIT tF l f FRUBING AND BPWaYINO 



RMT-BA4T FLUMBKRB BUFFLV AND 
tnatnll gM wt aiavtiia akaragw waiev 



Twns TOFFS) 0« FSUB). DAJR3BU 
b_*« kmto vamwvwR B 44M 

Ik »ANTB) - WORK.' WT7r*"srATi65 
•* ••'MT- •trartenne Or Uwr* 



THIS WEEK »— kev a. abmra aw wa artlwn fc ih>^ ' Bj i'tjL 

ALL FAINT 'pifFtRX FU7ICB1NO * HBATTNO-RR- 

> blWfbfWB*. k—lracto r%mm 

I cosn Bnmtea 4US m Dnga Remd 

ppRRACaB RSFAlRBD ANDCNrYALLV 

INT CO LTn * Y FwBawhw. m Oraw ge Rg . Ca l 134M 

_ ^ ' I pLClfBOia. FUBNACBR HVAIRB - 

tJ4> WHARF snUBT | I Framwc aiiniia Mrm eacimaito 
Btrtwmfa B OvwfFvawg. OlSlwr 8 3471 



SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 

MBMOmAL CHAFK. OF CH Ikf 

DMMsrHva Barvkaa ak Beamnahln Chargaa 



OMABT OTRL WANTtD #OR CANDY 
n eiora. Gang wwrkar and iton-amtoeF 
prefe-eed suia atpartanra died aaiary a- 
ported Baa 393. CabHitat 



wagM fM ahtoH' Fhwae Reoewi 
>•71 ibW mpf l il t Ket 7*4. CwtofiMi 

flastertno. sruccotNo patching' 

Ea porta an ra>*rt and TUatara 



Charles A. Cowie 
B 1676 6 2065 

IVWIMO 



PONTIAC "U" DRIVE LTD. 

MB WaOT STRSWr FDOWBOUM 



1 B*ct tu BlkM 
Bavi H> Blbia 
Haven Re*t 
1 Haven lte*t 


1 Peav Marketa 

Wh*< a Nea 
1 Newt Hc>b • thO 
I Ban • Inn 


1 heu* 

> Of hretra 
i piiir Brea na 
Bliit Orouu* 


1 LndUl Journal 


1 N*W( Firk tha HIU 


1 aUr Bt( wsa 


1 Oarden Guide 


1 Fkk the Hue 


1 BUD Bfuna 


1 Tv;. Vaurhelabbar 


Banal at Our Tima 


I Tap 1 une* 


1 o*brt*i Hiaiter 


' Mode'* Kitchen 


1 Oaapel lunier 
















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ItatbMr Ubaraiorla* 4. did uranOila. Vaa- 



VALUE FOR YOUR 
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TTLOOR LATIRB AND t^MtatfKRS ARM- 
A Mrang a*af>*li ruboai uit BaUdina 
and finiabmg 1*41 Baoib Onya. 8 4711 



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and bfcly *agd an ttaa lilaed that doa*aT 
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tub a ed* MU an.y gia T»l* bargain 



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W'IStXlWB AND PKAUKB, 
Phnna Wdnai *7M. 



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P1RB7 • CLAB8 JOB OP BANUISQ 



TttCLABV THlUMfH COAL AND WOOD 
• 3 ranit nia x apar cou. gJ4 U**cti 
Cufnpaar ■ >al and »oad rangt MO al*n 
btalla *nai**l curd Jaari gaa rang* gig. 



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ALL TTPEB OP BKAinif CULTURB- 
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walking dUiaaea la allr aentra Twe bad* 
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APPLY RBNTALR OBrnr buMtof. raborlng putona pins, nogt and 

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741 calnntat 

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Rent III per aeah IndaRnlte poriod 
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d eolnra frooi 13 Vi 



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•111. nr eifirta n^'ior. 414 1014 Conk 

Street E443J 

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dellv err Phone Ktaling | 

I ,X>R BALE-CQW'mANURE OdMEOr 
ata dvHvarr Bbnna O 9447 
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^ Aik lar Ml* Smun | . 

I |Itr HEN MANURE. WITH PEA1 MOBS. 

• ' aa atipw. fltt oacka 4174. It aa.kt 
44 44. dtlivarad Itarka noi Inrludad ON41 

I lOUBLB BED. BPHINO ANU~RCtrr* 

9 mart mat'iroi 419. Ireo Brwbaitai 



A BETTSR DEAL 
WALL* ORAYB REIAXL WARS- 
F'* btv4 a big turaavar ba- 
• apaei to make larga 



and dug*., 43 B 9971. 

I JIAMOND 'ring, ~r4-KARAT~boLD 
9 P M.naira diamond, wnrin 4140. moat 
•HI ti.r tot B-i* 47a celonut 

I/LETTRIC MOTHK POIt ABWlNU HA* 
9 9 China, nnlr 4i»>4. Taplor * Ca*. 114 

ftirt 

iJkiiuc WMRiwo UAcntHM fom 



I0‘? 



F 'LECTRIC WARNER (UBEOr.- f49 44 
9 Tavmr A Cu 414 Phrt. 



e a bOUM 

cauoa wt dtia't 

profltg It para rau to tali poor uM fiiT 
Bitura tie., ta ua We bur lar spot eaab 
In amall amnuBla ar a hauatfai Kindlv 
abona ar aali ^*uu./ 

WALLY ORirS 
MTAIL WARBHOU8B 
Mt Baunarai Baad Pbana O 44U 



BEVERIXY BOTBL 

A CCOMMUDATIOH IN THE HEART OP 
i • Vtetorta ta a good'Claii boiai at ami* 
arata rates Wa taka esra af tranalapl 
and prrmananl gutata Wiotsr ratal naw 
availabia 

794 Tatar Btratt, Vktorta. BC 
Phonaa 0 4411 0 4074 

A BEMEEN RCBIDBNTtAL'HOTBL'ls'i 
McClwre Quiet turrsundlngi, santra* 
laratioB bat ana sold water In ivarr 
ream Roaaonabla rain Phono 0 4111. 



A.BC 
Birr CABN Piucn 



cherry bakx rotel 

■14 McCIVra Btraat 

COMPLETELY MODERNIZED AOTO* 
''' maue oU: ■•to bast Maaa it r—t Yla* 
torts hama Taicvltian Modcratt ratai 
r.>f?ef bar and dlolRg*rooai. ocwb lam 
tf ic pa Evarrooa atiroma 

f 3RAIOMTU O U E B”t”~HO ui Er”lMi 
A • Craigdarrarb, vaeaocr *>tb private 
batb. lar couplt. O M31. 

VDE*A.OlTBn”HO(iBR" WARM 
x9 roonu with brvakfaaL B3994 



AI- 



BPEUUL SALE OP 

1 ,MNB R'lna Chlaa Capa and Baurera 
itewii lokra fram rtguiar aiori 
El^XARAMn pRIi-B 1/1 OPT 

RC. HARDWARE LTD. 

444 Part Stirtl rhona a 1441 



A TTINTION — 

paid lor good Bead farnitwra tooia I9APPAJIAHROCK- DB LOXB BKD*SIT* 
siuvoa pianoa Wa cau anrabara. anrUmd -** Hni-foam aiib pnvaia batb Double 

• u. rUMlTOM COHfA", " ^ 

1U*714 JubBooa Biraai 



Fbooa O 733E. 



FIATS AND APARTMENTS 
TO RENT 



\ NHOUNITSij IHfc OPPNINil DAIE1 
for ran'al of Be*m* Court 



1 Q 1 C DOtNlLAB STREET AUTO IN* 
i O I J •'ifar<re la grind Inaurance well 
written, a* Haakea Prater. Ird pieave rail 
Mr Ron Worle*. day mr nighv B 1141 

,440 TfelCBB AND TRAIttRA. ».T< 

RUMMER COTTAGE. OOROE DlETIttCT ' TfOOBE TRaILEr’vor'saU* OR TRaTiT 
t' Phnna OM94 I * ^ alaep three u 3401 

_ ^I?;-0R1VE, S-ton PAMEl.' 

ATIRPBONT HUME POR RENT. IN 4* boar, dar or week 
Sidney area II hat magnUl.-aht view "»b<* "JNi' f *717 
"f Blraii* OtI heated A t^ely wnoda** 

•rir'nt. fenllv akped ta iha tea Avail- 
able April I. IPO p,f mnnih App’v Rertaia . .. 

Oapartmeni XER M BTBP«ENB6n LTD *"'* Ipnt-gi 

404 Oort'nmani. o*m aaick aaJe. 4415 a.i 

B 1 194 



' d Q fontiac rbuanitte 

mO Radio and boaiar. 114 

whaofbaM 


$1975 


'ao FLYMOUTH (*OOOR 
mO aiDAN. Wiia ^aisr 


$1795 


' OQ 4X)0UE redan, wub 

*30 bcarar 


$895 


"aO FONTIAC DELUXE REDAN 

With braier and Rr» COlAn 

Irosicx. to> nUieaga 4>x 1 UU 


'dO YANOt^ARD SEDAN 
WIU beawr 

*AO Via'XHALL • SEDAN 
4Y wnn beairr 


$1595 


$1650 


fj,Q FONTIAC BbDA.V 
mO With baatar • 


$1795 


'd7 FLYMOUTH 4-OOOR 

REDAN Heater, dafrusiar 


$1595 


/jy BUICK aUFKR SEDAN 
m/ With radls and hsster 


$2500 


< 4y FONTIAC SEDAN 
COUPS with beater 


$1675 


• J e FONTIAC 
40 SEDAN 


$1450 


' . V FORD 9-OOOR 
4 1 woh heater 


$950 


• . ■ BUtCE BSDAN 
4 1 Hasiar and dafiMlw 


$1250 


• 4 \ CMCVROLIT 
4 1 SEDAN 


$1095 


/•jK PLYMOUTH 
-3 J SEDAN 


$295 


' A X i’HKVROLBT BBOAN 
40 Healer 


$1425 

$550 


'•ao WllI.YII 
Ju COACH 


'f^Q PACKARD SPORT 
XY ROADRtCR 


$250 


'dO YORO COUPE W.th haatrr 
4Yonlr 4 kao miles dwrtc 

Like naw 5 1 OVO 


Trucks 




' d f\ ford sedan 
4U DEUVCRY 


$750 


r^C CHEVROLET 3-TON 

4 J TRUCK m - W R 


$1395 


» i-j PrrERNATIONAL PLAT 
4J |•J*TnN detk 

DAVtS 
MOTORS D 


$850 




•40 PORT BTREET 


n liM 



' LOUIS NELSON LTD. 

•14 JOHNSON E7. EALAB PHOXE S4i.| 



De«-ei* ji 
KAIS&R VAXwUAAD 

' OUR PLEDGL 

7u a«i 'V-* tv\j. ;i 

t» aotua i.. iba brat w. ->■•. m-' 
a. raaeuiiaD..« •« .K-.r.' k a«i 
and laul.]ilu>> 



Twtiuru 



tta-.a 

« w»U 



THE BUT TUlhGP LN LtPk AHB PRkE. 
WB UA\B,.7UE bSEl t ARM 
bUuHllY UUjIikJt 



927 



He . ■ 

' 1936 

‘ tprctal 

' 1937 



EabtX 
Uowd I 



hiw tlta -ctuv* 

: a uir.ti 



PbDAN. 



tTtEtHuurr 
alaxdli.a 
■ -a 

DliOtiE vEDAN t 
Mr. taolr a 

M-YUOUIH IVUI'E 
r*> »..»! ; 



$95 

l*A rU‘» 

$325 

»l.i.vr 

$450 



S695 



1 9^ REUAN Hauiu ar-d n« 

I pOp th pvMc.-i r: .r.anuel 
Wa am have U pa - *d lu 
• u.t 



3uu $895 

1 O OHKHA iOUr-b asiet- 
\r^\i UenaUr clean Haaui goOC 
and good urea *4 ai.guia BOVD 

1940T ‘ ' 



POKD SEDAN RadM and baaier 
good famur 



$795 

IIYPMA* 
Radio, hratet low cnO* 
; agr* Tracot •rceptro on ibu j | 



MHIIAC BSJ3A.N. 

aandttion 
Down. 4430. Puli priic 



1947 



baUtarr and beaiei 



Vrrv fluid 

$1595 

Only I4''04 

$1695 



1950 

car Orrailr red ^red 



-TRAVTI 1R • 
dua! ii^rpnic 
rtes;. 



dernri'. • 

$850 



OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS 

Pieaee ranian lour local a»rf t fnr i)e>H-*«i* 
tiraiinn al a.ltiar De« ar Uaed ran 

Shell Bupar Barvt--e bkn"ev. Pte-ne ynS 
Calna Brvihare Garage t^e-.«e Plwma I4R 

TYia Bag Moinn Brvi-lwtwd. Phv-a 
Rrall"4 43Y 



HERE'S THE CHOICE YOU 
WANT IN USED CARS AT 
NATIONAL 



POR RENT 
Phnna Xiuul 



IOAX ONB-TON POIID MthrilRV 
I PHO trurk flat-dark .t<*nftei eha*>’r 



I«w mi'eagr Im 
go'id raaher Phori* 



eortier pf Cppk and Chapman Btreal ad ^ WANTED TO RENT— HOL'SES * J 947 It 



iAiniPg Beacon H>;i Para Bit modera'e 
reniata Refrigaratirm. alertnr range* 
laundry rimm atr OU*o*Maile heating 
Anpll'-aiiana wiu n# acrapiad. Ranlala par 
month from 443 up 

Phnna J. Tallr O 4104 
WPon OE RANDALL 1344 DOOOLABST 

4 NEW ITNn.TWriiRED'rurfirTTIREB 
e 3 Urge rouma and bathroom Rafrig* 
ABdlia. 471 moBib. 
OJ49I. Butte 7. 1»M Part. 

4 VAILABLE NOW, ONb'I^ROOm” PUiT 
- 3 niahrd auM* aehool Btu valla al door; 
Winter raiaa. Dial 'O" far Oparatar. Bol* 

IT>^91S % It# H % 

4 » ADORARLi^”irRo6M~ ruLLiT poiC 
4 \ nithad, laif-fontalned aulta No car 
taro. Pud baa! and hoc water. 9 adalta 
Bot 171. Caioniat. 

4 4 ROOM BII-P^NTAINnrVpAI^ 
ea Riant Beptraie ontranea. 1494 Me* 
nragiir 



/ VOMBINATION BOtTE. LARGE UVINO* 
' room with bondolr. htarihr hod 
kKcbonrUa. privatt both and chaaiarfiald 
ale raif Boae«a Lodpa, E 1443 
laa Btraat 



pROINTLY NEEDED dV YO0NO 
4 - roupia wiih twa*yaar-o4d rhlld. a Uirta 
ar four*roomtd bouaa. Baa 734. Colonial. 



PANEL S-TON. 
404 milaa. aarvllvnl rondltlun 
Raaannable nlfari eoBsMared. BheU Sta- 
tian. Tala* and Pori 



Suirk • Po'iliar - VauiAtli 
O M C. Trarka 



EXTRA VALUE 

• I 

WILSON'S 

USED CAR SHOWROOM 
TODAY S BEST BUY 

PUHD MWlAK A Mice r.i 



1936 

ftom 4433 and you ran b-iy U 
for enir 

10AQ 47IBVRULET BBOAN 
ipMO Ssreptiiirtai value at 



$550 



■7A 



ri-XNIBRED 



TON DIAMOND -T' TRUCK. CAB, *ni-» » 
aver engine 94*fl fiai-dark. raranoi* t I TO / a 
reatei.tbia. Photic Apt III. Bi 1 at 



s 

Itanad 
Jama* Ratal 



RtIH.K SEDAN A 
nd Uv4 price ta ngb* 



rpHHBE OR POVIGRODM PURMSHED 
9 bouoa. garaga la Jubiiaa araa. Adulu 
aalr. Boa Ao. Coloniat 



1940°^^’ ’'oibt 



09911. 



OOer irapoaaata*r>n>, tarma 



W’ANTKD BT RELIABLE TENANT AND 
* ' two cfaildrvn, (our or Bao-roam oatur* 
O itn ^*'***' wbool. rvaeetiabla rant. 

\\’ANTEO - POU»~bR~PIVB-ROOM 
12 bauje. with baib. and larga 3a4. Boa 
774. CalBnial 



1 OAfl 930DOE PANEL* BOMB BETBAP 
• p*vO Pirtl-eJaaa ahape Owner-drlvta 



B3793 



1936 i^t-deck chevro* 



97B 



rNrcKinBVBD 



34 Uoui- 



J iLrVB APT HOTXt.. OAK BAT— PULLT* 
furntihod 4 rooma and bath S 4937. 
I lUPLXZ — TnRsi*IU>OM~8ELP^N' 
• taintd flat la Tlcioria W4«t. 494 
moBlblr Parnitar# for aala Partr leav- 
ing for abroad aarla April. Boa 9%. CM- 

E^UNNIBHED n X BUm~BBroHT"A?rD 
9 comforlablt qalai home. large bad* 
•uting-raom. klichaneru, aultabla for 
(ovple, 43f month. iHa U ana par«>n 
Roddia-agad people prafatrod Immadiala 
^eaaatinr. Phoot flrai O 4*44. ]4W 
ChambarlalB Bt 



LN5R RENT — LARTIB. ONPDRNIBHKD 
9 room wiib ElUhenetta Phwtia fl 1797 



Managat B Lpwla 



PbanaOlAM UO**9>IW* OUETT HOUBX 491 YAN- 
raant 0 4433 IL ,au*ar BM34 Room wuh breakfast. 



4 BTTlfiNO IN TOOUL tmUNXB. BUTT* 
tiovaa Hiahaai prkaa aaM 

- 'Tin 

A ll types op boou bodoitt: ' ' ^ 

cash o 41U 



lirSEKLY AND TRANBIENT — CLEAN. 
*Y raaaonabla, gaiai aurman'ltaffa Olaa 
Oawrt Ho'el. Blaiwbard and Hnmboldt fta. 



PORT - APARTMENTS DOUBLE 

and >ib|ia awoma, rvaooaabla weak* 



|,7|aN1> I ABINEfB tniBL. ALL B1L|B I * 

• Tndd ehpuue wrt'era and olgnera tia) | g 

roll vvviemt. r-mtinuoua and i-arbnn in 1 _ ’ • 



r-iMPIRE JVNK- BEER BOTTLBeT RAOB. 



rail 

tarl*a*o<1 loem* J 
BYNTEM b4l Ta'at 



mat'raMet BoufhL 
•I4J We rah 



Town ar 



ly rataa. E 149 
47 ROOM AND BOARD 



R ni 

E 4031 



BumNEBB 



i;*KRTIUZBB 41 PEU BACK, DBl.tVBRED 
A Lawn* gerdene nead tvonrithmcni 
Applv pnivarlaed durb guano naw -ich In 
watnuon t eieraeniB Duck Parin sidnav lie 

l,^OR BaTe” blAMOMD RINO~HK'T*m.6 ! 

1 wiib anlliaifa diamond wxtth 4140 Will I \\*A3 
lell tav ISn Bnt Ml CfOnnlvl ! ** « 

2 



I I lUKEPT PRICER FOR GOLD AND 
■ I dlam«nd> Rnoa a Ltd . 1911 Dougiaa. 



tERURALEM 
'9 G4I4I 



AKnCHOKBB PRONE 



A re YOU U30XIMO pgb a Rgirrpm- 

p ara, with gnad fnad, laval* aurround* 
ing*. and mom with private batn* TYar 
aartira In rwom It dbitredf Near kaarh 
aat onla few minutet Iram eitr ranirar 



I 1RAVTL 
'I 41 30 war lard 



1,XiR RALE MAROnN EHnllRH PHAM 
r nnnd enniiitian ||3 Tab-phnna O 7193 

/ 1 CM.Pm - 4 EECEU.ENT MATCHED 
9 9 wood# fnr tala Plrnna B 1437 1 

/•IRPT BABY PRA39. GOOD CONDITfON | 

9 ■ 44 8 9449 | 

POR R04tiR.’”nRIvHYATll. 
PViorn Belmnnl I33W 

I EAVtNlI TUWN HVRT HPlt? AlX 
I* hAiitehnld IUMil*l*li|» prr paritru- 
Ur*. 0 4411 

M oppat n.pr~RANor MEmtMniZE 

airm'ng iiiMai Lawn mower and 
gtriien ti*Als 994 Halioo Bireat P 7394 

M ODEHN VACUUM~ CLXANER~~roR 
fVB' Phnne 0 9491 

Vtw iTAUAN •nurMprr’wrnT case' 

• “ tarrinrr f.l3 babr baibinelia. tike 
f>*W, orlginat ro«‘ |3l •rti for |I4, alnilv 
bed atriBg and tpriiif used mtlucta, 919. 

r •••» 

M pE URED RTtAMBR~ 7RUNR~”oNE 
9 ' -'olUa* wardrobe or-o pair palmers 
Is-iilar h-«rkp'» Sleal 
d’"H« f 444T 



I |U> RITYCUBI AND PARTE ARB 
1 ' wnrih aeaiiav ai 4M -fobnaBa BtmaL 

ANTED - RUBBER-TIRBD'nMEii^ 
healbarmw Bos EU. Cnlmnat 

-RlNii OAB PLATE AIBO bV rC 
blir-da; raaoonaaia E 3*14 



•o. p*iana o 4131 



41A 



KHAP8 



T,9XmAN<lE CKILQRENB rLOTHINO. 
< 4 What de yoS naadf B 9141 

SJWAP NEW PmiXrrtVAR BAOfo'pm 
3^ outboard mmer B 1794 



one pair ear 



Road 



1 3HONB u 7044 Pl>R CINDERB 
• (raveL maaart nr flu ImmsdlaU 
deiivm-* 

»AnLIN B POR PROMPT'pLrMBlNa 

reeairr 1397 awverrment n i*tl 



1 



THE SWAP SHOP No 2 

1319 BROAD BTRETT — E4I1I 

Rapi Tends, a* new 914 34 

Oirl I Birrrta with attrat 993 34 

Idfl-hard OoU Clubs 419 M 

4-Prs. Siewd Badroom Bulia „ . 443 44 



A m ATTRAmvi NEWLY-DECORATED 
room with baih. by wevk a- ownth 
Moala opttona- Oaragt available. Applr 
Cedar Lodga. 3744 Cedar Hill _ 

\ SINGLE ROOM. OINTt.EMAN ONLY 
walking di*«anr«, borne prtvlNge* 
B 1743 

( ”*031 PORT AB LE~BOOM WITH ^N3Ar£ 
^ aloae le bus. Palrflald. B9B41 

I ICBNBiD~BOAIU>lNO RGMB PGR BU 
4 dariy panpia. two la room, raiat 443 
Na ourainf rare itvea, but 
E 3374 



»er aohUi 

owner la a rtglsiarad Bufaa 

I ABOE rRONT~l*odM WITH BOARD 
1 J Phone O 4437 

R oom pgr two ladibb or onmK- 

mew E 7*91 



u 



ROOMS TO RENT 



THE SWAP SHOP No. 1 

OAK RAY JUNCnOH — Ebblg 



rCRNMEID 



CMbbinailafl Rigb Cbair and Tabia I13 9B 

Bartrie prain« Pan 

Mat> Cbaf and Or as . . _ 914 94 

Agaariraa kiaam Record Player .. 937 44 



/ iLBAN. WARM. PVRNtBHED BLEVINt>- 
9 room rirtplara, garage, men edly. 44 
week. Phone 1 9944 

4 COMTORTAju.iTTBLBEnii6 

' rowm. Two meat* apitpaal B 1934 

19 •• •yiciL” PCRNUUtCD~BlKEPlNO- RobM 
4749 ^9 imani. near Parliamani Bidga B443E. 

d |Ng TtmNIBREo'BEORobM^'OAE' 
9 1 Bar. an bue ime o Mil 



a POt'LTRT AND UVE8TOCK | Pair'fKl^ o’JpM** BWtaa** 



VilABPINO • ROOM AND BOARD 
3^ tiaaai. wwr 



I3EAT BOIL ANI^ MANURE PRONE 41A POITTbY, RATIHINO 9004. nc 

I CMqure inx . 

H ..— - - - - ' CtXTKADOODLEDOO-NEW KAHP 

UMBER EIAUPB — BOBTNSnN PRERM .\ 



Printert P 'nrer rvbhtr itamp mabara 
In Viriena 444 P'eaard Streti. MawnH 
Building Phnna B NIM 

C«EI>-SXRVE- THE MODERN 'METHOD 
9- af marrbaadtaing Phaoe far fell In- 



2 ROOMS. HEATED. OWN EN'DIANCB 
444 Darwin Read. B 9444 

2 PURNISHEO ROOMS, SINK AND OAR 
• 43 44 lia MeClure Bt 



fr'rwtarian an all laa** of tefrlgeratad teii* 
*e f'linien N-> obllfalinn 
RYAN PROTHERB YntMTrRN LTD 



• rve f'linien 

RYAN BN 
Bhona B 1999 



obll^linn 

3AE3 Quadra Mrw* 



WATER CARBONATOR POR 
tala alar 44-bt bread dnutb and rake 
■Ipvt wub all the aiiaehdvawta. ApwlP 
9a t he Can tea rare B99 Yataa 

T he new 1344 OBNBRAL ELErTRTC 
TANK TYPE Yarwvm U nw> aeaUabla. 
^8^94. AM far dnaaneiraUen. 

PLBTCntR BEOB, (VHtaetat. LM 
IIM Dwbgtae tiraei Ph#M0 7l4g 

EouTiM wnuin 

N’AtTLT DOOR BRAND MEW 
* Tarine B*. 44 with innar dedau IMad? 
Mp BkatbUaUaa. P*>ana B9IIS 



•hiTU pulleu 9*19 weeks aM HawM- 
hutdart. rau ata ferine iha savaraae anort' 
age of aarir wullata in aaanr a*ara Bum- 
mer Mg pTicev will ba higb Reotivk your il 
pena new Rernambar— Wa dalivar the 
birdt, o*ar deliver the egg* Aak vswr 
neighbar M 97 Ceda r HtO Crwearoad. O 9144 I - - . 

COMW HEW** RAbrmiRi~~HOTn j A * • * *00»«B with sink. EEPARATl 

• a for 114 vMnr bveoMliiv eatrwmaiv I ;*y.haibiwm If dMlred; blew BHirlcL 



kitehe aette Phwne fl 4797, 
irtOHBST POINT ROCRLAKD AVVt^ 
/ ^ beautiful b*reom arif-enntatBed ub* 
furalsbad eulU w«h magnlflrrat pano- 
rmnle view Advartuer Nould ba grateful 
ir onla Ihnaa raallr tn'erasied will aitptv 
maM phone O >09l dare, ar orm ni«Bta 

JMMKOUTE - g.Robic” PURNISHEO 
■ aulU, warm, riaan, quirt; washing 
marhlnt gas aiova share bath with ona 
MIU HiHsida-Quadra ar ea lU E 49H 

] ARGE BUrrE IN NEW' APARYVncf 
Uring-ronm haifrarm hath and ktl* 
rhaii. alevirtr etnva and Pndga aniranea 
hall gnod lanndva faelHiias 499 I4II9 
Bouihgaia n 4M3 

VICE CI>AN PCTINISICBD 1-ROOM 
a . 1l»^Prr waak. Rads Homs 

Autn Cnurt O 4174 

^ELProKTAIHED Eo'Tf'E'B“wDnKR 
raiea Cambrl<iga Mninr Caurt 

qiWO nEDROOM BUTTER ' CEVTRALLT 
* Mratad new modem an-te-dsta ktnrb 
lira minutas from rentre uf tpwii. large 
sannr tteing-moma w»h ewirie flrept*f*a- 
da lute futl-stpa alar*rtr raxgai. refr.gers- 
•nri tile kltehan and biflhrrmm. hsMlwnnd 
f'^nrs aatnmatlr Randfa la>ind*e**on« and 
S^mg* Iwkars. Rafartnroa rtqelrad 

qi’wo-RooM BUTTE — EroTiiTONrv 
9 room and klirhanatia Rani, 9ii 44 
monlhly _494 Balmoral Road 

I'PPER BUITE UWPURNISRlb“P0uir 
9 room apartment, prirala aniraniw 
Urae sittint-rnom two bedroomi kttehrn 
M’nroom •eft«ra<e tm'ef 'lahl hes> 
ws'er <hot and ro'di ga* srtilaMa fia- 
HI* _*7‘* *>rr mantb Refarenet plesat 
1911 rinrd, yiflBfia. 

I TWO RfknM APT 444 PER MONTH 
9 sineta rwama 



tVANTED*- LARGE BOUIE. EIGHT OR 
* V mart rooms: in Victoria or airlnltg 
fpr rent or Isaaa. Eo« f39 . Caloalsi 

U OFFICEB. STORES. BALLS 
TO RENT 

pBQUtMALT COMMUNnT"cLUriUlL 

9- i all laei miaa o 1749 

i,iRONT OROUHO rLOORSTME BPA^ 
A availahie In ttnUal dswniowo lo<a* 
Han. Compiets witb largs auiitittr with 
rash drawer and tlallonerv storaga. ate 
Appraaimatelv l.aee Haara laei floor araa 
for a reaaonabla rent raia Biata aaturY 
of bttslotu. Boa 909. Calahiat 



E 1499 



tot. fand runmog order, isao 



1-n-TON COLUMBIA TRAZLEfL USED 
I O oalr 4 moDtha. Deighton Berrke 
Elation. E 4049 



yc-TON 1447 FORD PICKUP. EXCKL- 
'* lent cohdlilon. Privatelr owned 
B 1777 

aX-TON 1444 INTERNATIONAL PANEL 
trark. goM eondmon. 9479. B300*. 
ar 9491 Ruttodga Strati 



real good rar 

$725 

lOQ >*'to'KARD EEItAN Ofilr ane 

■ eJQ owner and in spotless gTQC 

r'mdilian dt/YO 

10*7 A RKUAN 

■ YJAdnsa this ona and rau 
ran buy It Inr anly 

PORD- A Model 
••A • 

-94 CHRTBLTR 
COACH 

OFFERS INVITED 

1444 PACKARD SEDAN Beveratr dam* • 
aged • Can ba eaan any lima ar\d nflara •* ‘ ■* 
will ba received llH neon Mawh 31. ' 



A pleasure In 

$375 
$175 
$95 



'■n J YM.I.Ihil Ar.i.t.lA 1 (N>fjR 
<J4 pRUAK IPS ...ru<a 


$395 


'IQ AUbriN PfDAN aiU 1934 
00 llrema 


$425 


BNnEX COUrx «»h rwR'r»- eea> A 
Oi riaai. rar *llh l-'r. -e raadt < ')0^ 
f-ir the raaii 50YD 


'■n . miivnoixr 
04 t-oi'i-r 


$425 


r-^y miDNrtN riVI-rp •nr, ipve I'-ene 
OO eei eiiefci rnndUHin and au # *]'7C 
nu>s<si>4<ng bu) ) J f D 


ty-f MU 1 V* 
0/ nriMh 


$395 


'*30 ^'’***^ NKtiAN ann rei«>M 
O Y a»f| heetf i 


$795 


'rtA hiiRD Tl'Dnn ai>r- I4A4 
OU ;irer-ie 


$650 


fyy n>RD HEUAN K»M>ert m 
0/ '■•r* Ai 
1*34 llrei.i e 


Ki-ir aid 

$695 


'•np lll'imoN 4El.>Ar>, erat drtnm Anan 

$875 


' 4 1 PORD 
4 1 SKDAN 


$725 


•yy BtllrK 
0/ bkllAN 


$695 



40 silh radi 

'41 



PrtRD MEtiAN 
gxMg vhe p v - 



$1075 

$1050 



NATIONAL 

USED CAR SHOWROOA^ 

^177 



— $200 — 



L90R RtCEPTlONB. PARTIES. ETC.. 410 
A renu James Bar Commui.itr Hall 
on Batardays. Par toifarmation. B 4474 



fIROUND FLOOR OFFICE BFACB FOR 
9-s rent la tha eeairt af Iwwii a* mMk- 
uas d etraM.^Fhens 4 <« 9. O 7911 

M odern store m new'buildiho 

Cadbore Bar Rent 990 B 1441 



^^FFICE BFACE FOR RENT. 413 JOHB- 



^ ^PPICB EPAC'S. 494 VIEW STHEET. 

UQUABII CDORTB for RENT FRBMUBS 
3^ (uliy aquip^ far operating a blgh- 
rlaes amash crab ta downtown location. 
Ap^r The Royal Troei Ca . 444 View EL 
M 4iM 



tJMALL PRIVATE OFFICE,- CINTIUL. 
9 tlaaator. 919. Ttlaphone-aniwtrleg 
service If deatrvd. Fhona B 4494 



mTORE WITH UFHTAUUI. IB03 OOVKRN- 
mani SIraet 



907. 



1411 



FIXTURES FOR 



OMAIX OFFICE. RCX3M 
3^ Doiiflea Biravt C 1441 

yTOM POR RENT; 

■'7' sals Applr EI199 

Y I ’ANTED. OFFICE TO RENTr DOWN* 
9 ' town Warm, tunnv For 94-honr 
mreira Bdtt 443 CaUmiSl 



2 BRIOHT ROOMT OPTICEB. 494 BACH 
Immadista orcapanev fl 9449 



•• 



Tatet Stroar 



499 per mrmth 411 



on* 



FOR RENT 

AVON COOHT AFARTVENTB 
444 Vanraover Riraei 
One 9-Room Buita • 441 iHt 

One 4*r«am Bwlie 949 49 

thftwdtoig arialdatre odd ilealrtt 
rang* Jaai3*f aeretee. 

Fee kifnrmaUM eaD a* BwHa II tt 

GEORGE RANDALL 

1MB DOUOLAB BT 



HOrSCKFtPfNG ROOMS 
TO iii>rr 



fer 114 vigctr, BvaaMliiy egtreneiy 
fan leatharlnB and ysar-armiaB prwdwe* 
llan. seaag ar ansestd alee Leghorn* 
Hamptoiire CroM. Rank eadert naw j R. 
Comba. tarn Raanirb Baad. BaabkbMm. 
^ kaetl»f_l44W_ 

A ll HOftW OF NTN4 ~ WANTn - 944 
oreaw Rireaa E »41 



04794 



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PVXNIgHKB 



lYOOKHSO ORDBBIB NOW 
iJ ehieka. pawwlar ne n m ag 

Halcba«^^444^a2m BMM* 0«l. 

LX>R -THE CmCTU WHICH OfTE HR 
■ valla. - WTiia J u imnw, Baaet Btraat. 
^terw. er Bamp B f enBaa; UB. Imagtor 

Fralrla. Be. 

H *AMpmmE?bixsiB wmea 

Owe* Sowsed ataab. 74« a*. Bal l 



\ EIHOLE QUm BOOM FOB OENTLE- 
. *•" *■••• IR LHK. tf Aeatrvd. 494 



M 



FLATt AND APASTMETTrS 

YrA?CTCD 



MAVTED TO RFVT— 
MI9C1LLANEOUS 



WANTED 

WAREHOUSE TO RfNT 

Oro«A4-flaar lacaUaw: aloae tm 

aentve af Mtv. acproalmatMr 14 
I* 14 wiB eqwar* feet 

BOX 772. COLONIST 



ONE ONLY— <3 -TON TNTERNATIONAL 
PANEL TBUCX. With heater and da* 
froiiai 

TWO Om.Y — ts - TON TNTERNATlONAt 
TRUCBB. with pkk-Uf bodioa. One 
with healer and dvfroeter. , 

ONE ONLY — m - TON DmENATIONAI. 
TBCCK. eab abd chamla. heater and 

Befraater, tu 

la order te oMatn more space for addi* 
ttonal aiuipmcot a rsdurilon of up 
te 4944 an Uiaae trurks la being offered 
Three are all brand new. 1444 madsu 

ff ran art savuldtrtng a nsw trurk ar 
adding le yaur flael tt wifl pay rnu 
ta leek Inta thli agtaiaodltm meery- 
saving offsii 

CH36P IN TODAY AND BEE THEM 
OB PHONE Oim FOR A 
DEMONETIUnOH 

FARWEST MOTORS LTD. 

Tatea at Tanreaavr Bt. Fhane O #17* 



TAKE A LOOK AROUND 

Bee for yeurseif who were Interna'innal 
Trurka Three co4t-«aosri«ma preff 
minded mas buy trurka an a basis af tmrs 
perfanbanra They hare rhown Inicrna- 
tlonal renaisisntlv. year af>er year The 
trurk aaality iney demand pars «ff fnr 
Iham II will pay aff for any (rurt oerr 
Como In and (ry a new leia Iniarna'iMnai 
Truek -baavyguty engtnatrad w oav# ynu 
money 



FARWEST MOTORS LTD. 

TATES AT TANOOUVER ET 
PHONE O 4174 



WILSON MOTORS LTD. 

UNKR CAR SHOWROOM 
TATH NEAR QUADRA E 1147 



SPENCER HOUSTON 
CAR SALES 
BARGAIN LOT 



1934 

1934 

1935 
1929 
1929 



TKRRAFLANE REDAN 
Full Frira 



FORD BSDAN 
Full Frtre 



DODGE SEDAN 
Fuu Frtra 



FLY3IOUTH SEDAN 
Fuu Frtre 



CHET SEDAN 
Fun Frira 



$195 

$275 

$375 

$195 

$170 



Lowest Prices in Town 
CRABB'S AUTO SALES 

<K>RnE Bn and nOVERNUENT n 

PICXUPB AND PANKUl 

44 Paruo '. Ten Birellent conaitiun 
Good offer lakat 1< 

44 Pnrd 4,.Ten Pitkxp nn'v |^1l 

34 IniernaiKmal Paivel Nice rn>->ii 
lion im 

14 Pnrd S'Tnn New mpixr 9434 

*1 Peep In gdnd aeindirten || q*l 

CARB 

44 Mertury A g-.nd far II 179 

49 lindte Caarh r"Wipie>e Invaly rnndi- 
lion It ypg 

41 Nash Redan. AmhoMador . II aOA 

enndMion Wul 



•1 



srunrtR usorts 



TYnrgRaiDB CARIH COORT. QUAUCUM 
Rmeh mndrm. on Istond Highway 
Tw* and ihraa-ronm aultM and bwagmlow* 

Rievr and mt nahbig. Enwte avaUabto 
bsarby. Pbaaa 9444, 



1949 MORRIS VAN 

Caadltle* Uka Naw 

$850 

PRICE REDUCED POR QUICK BALE 

THOMAS PLIMLEY LTD 

Eat IQJ 

3414 TATn 0 7111 



ODETNBBB OIRL WOULD UXB ETP 
. * bltrhenaue. or baebaidr 



AlTOMOBtLU 



CAB rUSANCINO 



•Fartmank Bo« 444 Colantok 



A uto bai-eb ntAttcKo m w *ew«m» 
BCw.ll44 0ov*mm*aL FbwMOaoBl 



•4D 



BCTOlgOBtLBB POB BALE 



A IMI FOMTIAC EILVEB ETREAK BE* 
Baa wtib btatar. aaol revwra. f*,*4 
motor and ruaatr OwtMr moai taarj)ei 
ImmndUwly 9141 Fbona E4744 



SPENCER HOUSTON 
CAR SALES 
BARGAIN LOT 

945 YATES ST. 8 1032 



44 Nudaon fluaraii'ead 
aerapl trade 

4*1 Ondga Redan A g««od ter 
34 Flyawuth RedsR Ra-lto. heater 



‘94 Pirmouih B'litnaoa r<>«ipe 
heater Onlv 



THE NEW 
1950 

"VAUXHALL CAR" 

GENERAL M010RE NEW 
UONT CAR 

$1595 

■'vfH VICTORIA 

DAVIS MOTORS LTD. 

Buick — Pr>nU44 - o M e. Trucka 
TADTHAU. CARE 

OHM 444 FORT ETBEBT 0 4194 
Thera to no beuer niaaa far ■eretaa 



94*4 
94M 

Radio and 

*7*4 

14 Da Rxin roone A gnod b-iv for |4i4 
'34 DMIgo Cforh. hire fV49 

*1 Eludebahar Redan A goed buv at 44*4 

44 Pr>rd Muei> »es Cnupa New ro* -1‘* 
linn lavf 

UjW PRITED CAM 

lA Rirwer Very n«e • tad 

94 Model A Ford Cnarh flond rubhef. 9114 

COME n* TODAY WITHOUT DELAY 
OH- 

PHONE E 4914 FOR DBWONRTRATtOH 



JAMESON'S SPECIALS 

1 OlO HUIENjN commouorb 
I yjT REDAN 

1928 



LCXB 



■TtrDBRAKER 
BMKINI ABDAH 



ARISTOCRAT AUTO SALES 

9914 DOtmiJlB RTHtET B MJl 

Iav Dnen Fa-mania— EaPV TsriiHi 
OenarWM Trade AUnwanoa 

BARGAINS 

1414 Flymwuib Cwubt. fotf aabdllimi. |1M 
1417 Ford “BT* a«4eb. anly 9044 

IP34 Fenttae “r* Badan. hnmaedlaio 

eowdiilnn. Only ana awnar 4444 

14)1 Cbev. Bedaa A vtalniaaene doirllTB 

$895 ' **** *’* ewab*- !• *ape 9944 

I IP94 WiUyt -g- mdaa. gnod Wan*. 
REDAN ' pnrtallWA. OTi] 414 

, till Chryator Redan, earaiien* aagiM IIM 
€ 1 CQ >•» Furs FNkwp. naw m««wr. anly kPS4 

■* * *^'^ ' 14» 



/ IKEAFER THAN 
* mtlea oer gatiew 



Maaan. 



A OOOO WIRTHB KOBIE WHILE LOOK* 
iV fbi" TfA* B«m, OwM UBM 

rusma 1«3 ReBiSMl Aa* Hilli 



A CVOMMOCkATlON row 17) 081 8 1 1 — 
Aitrorttv* UBX rvMba 1 mlnutaa 
■V Mi ta miy 4MU*. 1499 Oarar R* B OU 



Ifln 



A CrOidlBGOATfOH PV)B LRK. FULLT 
_ fwaUlMd too Baatb Drive B7449 

c 






ARLE BED 
III! Fad Sera. 



ErrrTHo • BOOM. 



THE MODERN 

RENTAL, SERVICE 

Per faeiar rmutte an 
Reams — Rgtrea ~ Rem* 

Fhane ■ m4 

H*« 

Wa bandM B4W tt BMUto W Tm 

RENTALS UNLIMITED 

MBA TATWi RTHEET 



AOTOMOetLl FINANCtNG 

Aoe am akili Purvdtaaas Fwanead tm 
Mastbly Pay m e n t Flan 
OnA Himial Rale Agiwemense CWeaauntad 
RMpenabto Reian Fremp t Rermaa 

ISLAND FINANCES LIMITED 

IIU RvmA RWern PIMM 04481 



EBB II4BIIBIIW ■ 



pAR INRUBANCB OOWTE OirLT 414 TO 
YV ew ftf BrtUtm C l l ulta Rafaty Bm 



Msikjrnjjm* ajdjM I UHOWWOOM RMAFE WHHOW OH -O. 

J W RtNXCLn IHEVBMlte bOENCni ^ 1444 CBlv 1A444 mitoa lb 
m Ftmlerid* BMMlbg FWgM B tIM < 4I.1B4 iSm tfali 



WALRTNO-a# ta 94 
1994 Aaoun i ba 

aaa * LHwnce. Q W fT ^ 

pOR BEAL ' VALUE TWIE^ 1417 

A Cbev r**rb Ae ms* wilb Inwv new 
Ur«c m*«*r ibat b*a gmv* oMy 19 444 
mRM Eraa** rMNwB. waw baiMry Ofid 
•lutnb. yeai nwert and beaiar 1444 
Bewne* 9771 Can ba tmt at RhaU 

tutioB. Tate* at F*n tt nbam* O MM 



F *0R EALH-1944 NASH REDAN 
Oder Pbatva O 4473 

M BCHAinUR BFaCTAL~-~t444 PDRCC 

law awdai vwgtna neaBa rrwwn gaa/ 
and 4tiil*w. 4134 Cleat Dwvmaa Rnrvkw 
Rtattem. 194 Nhnimi 4a 



JkRtTATE 
T4 



CAB 

F»i 



B ITlt 



MHIHCHD 

414 Bang ad 



JAMESON MOTORS LTD. 

1M EBGUORT04* 4TRBBT 
YlCTOBfA 



Fnr4 FirBapi. raadbA mo nad 

a 

I4» Ford tump*, a rtal bwr lag. 



4)T4 
• IM 



1946 

Frio* 



JEEF-Bgutnmrg wub bawtwr aad 
mar Ukamll $ | 25Q 



ATLAS 

AUTO EXCHANGE 

444 TATW RTBEHT FHONS O MJ4 



10*1 PDBO COVFB^ Raalar 
I YAI end mdia 



1931 



CHBYBLEH COUPE. 
Owvd 



$1085 

$200 



eWET BHZiANI Take sawv 
^ II.IM 



THE BAY MOTORS 

■BEPrrWOOO Ptmmt HaaUng MT 



Tw* 1441 

Met 

I4H O LPEM O E ILH MDAN OwM 

1B34 CHHVBQLHT OOAOI 

Itn CVEVHOtHT COACH 

1444 PORD ftDAN 

94)4 roWO COACH A a*M nr 



REPAIRS 



.. 44M ( TVI ALL HAKHB OR CblM . QUT'H 
^ I ESHV3CH. RBAROPfABLH CHAJbDHI 

•'"•j MASTERS motor CO LTD 

**n-g„,rtRw^ FWaw*EJMI 



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T 



mmiiiill i 



AVTOMOKlLftH 



AirTOMOftiu:i 



MQNIT TO LOAM 



>4 Btitg (toUmtif t-C^ twi.. feUKb p. iko 



■OATf AND LArWCKCO 



M AlTOMOaUAI 

BUY BETTER, 
TRADE BETTER • 

AT 

TIPTOP AUTO SALES 

LIMITED 

1030 Yotei St 



, U AL'TUMOaiLAI I 

SPENCER HOUSTON 

CAR SALES 

951 Votes St B 1032 ' 



TIP TOP AUTO SALES DEPENDABLE 

LIMITED AUTOMOBILES 

1030 Yotet St ' \0AQ M M LOKA • 

Totei 31 irAy ono» muAK 

t 4 |UlMW« TllM f'lTI •lid 

_ _ _ \**ry iu*uUr« r>4>« *if •eudJ<»»ii»r 

TRANSPORTATION COSTS *'*'*** •««» m 

^ to« uiHirM vmI »Ui4 mi t.w*r« Ifi.d**. 

CUT WITH A NEW RENAULT "Z 

U UUm u Iha ruuM •*”’* <'*»**• •'iiifci 

^ *,,U4fcU liM i»m*AI«ia Atittffy tat .»Ui 



It's 0 Long 
Time Bctv^eeM 
Cors! 

M«ai A WtM 

tllCAd 

AN OLSON MOTORS 
• ONE-OWNER CAR 



B S B 22 • 5 

K'M AUTO SALES 



4 Arw it-rr camjii ruHiNu boat 

I - * ^ Ml* M 4 »r ArAM-mnrr aooes 

■ Sfi 23 2 , 2 h«.lr ui , money to loan S auiTn n tmi 

******^ *** tw-TTir fimirf ts i«t« esii. iTs 



U Bl'HINUi OPTORTUNITflS > 1 | Bt’flNMI OePOmTUNITlIt 



MONEY TO LOAN 



A Vabw rnvuim" TWADt fo« CA* ^ ^ .. 

• \ *M«|| Tl.m Pb«MM alAM • ***\j *•! JSt Ml*r* **■ 

1,^08 tAut — H’PT TRot4.n. onx* ' niiir’if npr’Kir^MC 

I MU#r t^-faan »M. Or»^ Mriat. , VUiLK UtCiSIUNS 



THE CORNER LOT AT 
VATtS AND COOK^TS. 

Eor 0 Cioud Used Car Set Us 

AU. tAMA UiWliM r»EA 



PricM 41 



you iilT INI RlifriifAl IN KiA'N IIM 44 
OM VUUA TAAUe-IN 



I Olfi ‘ ^ 

■ TOO HUM C 4 MJ 



Ur tUAk iAUA.-- A 

S850 



I L*S}^ bumi All uittt Two tu *i»4r4 »•» o» u« Tbow awivuni 
r w UM dial Mtointi* MM MN- . Ai »u; UM am M>uat at lAm fnum 
0 U>Mt K* rt 44 urv 4 bl« bllvr ItiVMil. O 0 T |4 MAU» 

I Brown Bros Agenoei Ltd 

rVlA MLC OR CMARTtR - 41 -rT eASM .•.aMUh^lAU. 

* truiMi. td«4i lai bU4Ut«t4 «r »umu/a ». •«i*btt4»#a itia 

I'rai^nanj. tMOb MMMn a/ R««J Riuw Rmha «r V|M*rU 

uTar rnoimi ralimJi rlT ~ovtir 

b»til*4 Tn*«l>Tf 4 «*l- pimwltar and » 

»f>AJI iwMipidia HMn« ■idntii Ml “ 



• aauiirvL ■UITAB OI TMI i 
IU44 Km( 4*4 44d 4 41 « lAiA 1 
r ~Ia ieaa RK**! Ifs ■.«( T 

$28,500 i 

Aoim A tLorr 

IM FMlb«*<«e RlAf I 



CRAIG'S BETTER BUYS 
URGENT, 

OWNER must SACRIFICE 

M »9 iiart 44 'd aMr-.aiMi b*o«b ai«*i M 

&•»>•* h*4 rMiM4d ihd 



OM 4 r 



CARS OF DISTINCTION 

'U lutuiir iuiAtpiieuii 

• •M •itital atilat 4Mt I rbriklai Riu«i*ai 4 bd*r •wiri 

diaia dtittify fM laUi I A«bip:t'<B«‘lc l»4<i«»iU4kHi tulli aowipiiM 



** 4 I« and Aral A-I^cn u»‘ J'«»* •». 

•< w"i» $ 1 050 !i, , 



•OU Ravi MA- brand HIW BRIOOiL iiationai anlMnci .M 41 4 
I A Biranan «««bu> 4 «. MmIrI A I', b B * RATIONAL IIOUafNa ACT t'«R 
•« i.ri(4 AIM •« «t<44 41 S*| *4Cb Wal * *<U«rOA(iK PRIVAIR I 

t4>ad 4 B4Miil44-,<irar • ai^k I 4 Blill JiVM m tataa^ < > 



l4 4*4UaM« Im iMWiadlaia dtittify fM laUi I A«Bipjt'a«llc i»a<i«»iU4bHi tulli MiixppM I 1947 luitr 44 
Of t/4d( |l MO b«l4Kco atraiigM (• lan i ^ *b0 mila* A raal utint fai arm tat \ UmAa* «*« 

luui budtii • BurcbaMi 



S 1050 rUarad a Btaaitlaft'irar 4 <W<K 4<id n(.iitrt 
•r • ,4B44t thu vnhdvriiii opiwnunKi ldt«> 

BtK-K -■uwvw- MtiAMirr-iB 11 at It fU bntl OAROIN ROOBi. 

.. Roval n«t Rbom r«k«IU IIOT 



S 500 Down and 140 a Month 

^ _ , 1-OAO O PABI bllMN- 

I’laM TMf OTMi «»• I IV 4 ycO« P« TibiMVfd in * 4 at»aa Al«<'r . 

loBiBBM Bim .air «4M>d>uo«tU4 I I 

add fi'd iiihu Tm b«,i boi is ' 

$ 30,000 STOCK OP CARS i SIOO(\' 

C »-.crv.. I luu om* ^lyywi 

From $250 Up a tr.o. 

lOilO oOJMioimj MjiANrrri ' t 

A /*i c. I . ^ 1 iTAT RBarkiiBi f<tr IfllaA faiMfi ••• rat 

Licon Stock or 1937 to ; in*iali«d auiuiMi I 4 d 4 u uAdirttai kaaiart < .*,« a* 

' tf\t t ^ I Ib'fX'XdfUr fvaOi t MO milu ivut ai>> ' Ynut ir< 

IV 4 I UQrS ! Mrtwmiy l*> drift a tosury auloaiiibiia at i 

I lb* Afted di at •idtnac/ car #n,inc i 

They Hove Been Hor>d Picked "”** i 

for Our Cuttomers | 1 949 BcauuluJ nflallk |r*an, I 1' 

I riMtwfi radio And t>ftt»r lata AollAr* and **' 

Cor. You Can Depend On-" rr.:r ‘'*' $1795 Zt Z 

B„ng Your Cor In, L.t U, I 1 946 VJ." Tr. ' ’£,=? 
Quote You o Difference. You “ $1395 



, r-OAO MRNcliKy O-PABB bliiAN- IMT OlAfKiwbiw I CMaaftr Crniu* Hydro* 

I I VAT corps PibiMvfd in Matwaa Al*<<r ahitl rtuliTbl r«di« h»ai«t* tir 
itf»4 SoAiPPM Biib .air «4M>diuo«tUA i L«**ly «■>•••• talir PviraA la mU 
nu>*r add fid iithu Tm Mil bay in ' 

\rzVnU • $ 1995 : quality CARS 



I Aurcbaaci 

IMT OtAftiwbi,* I 



• 7H/ luMf aa^ipMrt 
l4««ly UmAa* ir*f Will 

■'•■fpi iraAa at tar»» $2595 biaaom RPRCIALI 

- I I Only- ld-»t Meri PuMa. CraM. lut.t 

rOAcM #^nc •btHtr rabin Pi»b m ramto'l 

170/ uaad »a)M at #0/D > Otlf-io ft. 4*vk a«A (iMWibt 

MWSAI aVRet.MieiMMMin 



WAiUtifr. 

$2595 



\TZVn<. ■ $ 1995 : quality cars I '939 

' 1949 '*a :;rr,!;r*£r« 5 ;: i 94 i 

' . ^7.7. 4a*rkiiai t<ty Inlab PaiMry rait Pulo *au< 44 *d CMraniffd ta ^ 

iMiaiifd furuiw laAiu uAdfritai baaiara < 41*4 aft ,ir Mrl^^rMaiifea ariiaa tiAAi « a ^ ^ 
N»t«durr.rur laads t (MO milu .aur ai>. tf.df ■*“** “*** 1946 

bartwmiy l*> drift a tuury auloaiiibiia at 1 

Ibt prwa at aa aidtnary car «OaOCi riri r/— r n. 

puu a«*a 54495 ' SELECT BUYS t 1933 



1 070 coers w<ycn 

lyjYRabum (M(of 5750 



It prwa at aa aidtnary car i m r / — r n, ,s., 

iiu vnra 54495 ' SELECT BUYS 

n JO POKU OUBIOV tit LUSB CT.UR' iMdt* U«ury l.iiTfr^l.-n 

VAy ftHlPA BMutilui aifiailk arffn, I aM oauif aar 

Mtwia radio And iifttfr Sata diallar* anil j •” '»*fbt»aa tanOpa* fandinoa n 

tf» a BMlity nr tor «. t Tor ®*‘ Prmd ta aaii «uir«|y Ra.rri 

U trira 5 I 795 . .. 



Rabum awtur 

Miuu tmv t ooiiR 

actiAN ewaa 

C'HrvRotrt i.pAJM 
COUPS tiKilMa 

•ORD B«|»AN OnoA 



107 7 B*I»AN 

'TOO MAlor BAtrial 



!•-» Bfoao 



$995 

$1495 

$295 



SfVSRAl. BSMt-PtMIKRBD BOATS 

n.siBii rr rciuRAtxp and sa^-b 

lO-tl iA IA*fL InbaarA Pottr Roaw 
•DOUCii TOOLBRB (IBArRAPT 
***** >041 OauflM Be 

__ AOHMMN OUmOARDB 
WiaCOKHtM auA BRlOUa btratton 
AIR.COO tSD MOTORa 
BpacMIiaM Pfpif and Rauaix Aaffiaa 
AHOirR UARINB 

bbB Bemra 

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A Nl^TlONAL noUaiNa ACT tt«R LOAN 
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la laeaiiM. Nh ittaeas *rry 

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j 1909 Ortiinal paint and uabolrtery 
I Ilka aa« Malar baa bmi rabutu and U m 
I tea aendliwn Biearini ewluaxi yrar chiti 
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[ anlr ty ant mllaa by one raratul aoOC 
I ewnar Pun priaa 5095 

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I I TOO 44 Md artual milaa abHdutaiy \ 
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j for raai laiua at 5/95 

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»M VIBW STRBrr PHONB O 11*4 

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1937 ?S“ar““ $795 

I Qoy OtXJBMOBIU ' 8 XDAN Witb nrv 

I 9^0 air-cuabtaaad tiraa at^r 

ad yadig 5 O / 5 



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I at law uuaract* raua. to build ar auy 
I yuur botac 



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twld aaar wa a»d • .5 . nf\/\ 

paib Prlea 534,000 

Par Btriher Infarmarine on ta* 
Abera caa Mr J tmiik. 0 414 # 



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IMI OOOOLAB BT. 

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LIMITED 



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N 'O laaH bbBUAD — AbAHlHBirP^ 
> Mit-naialned auuar fa* cM*aa lira- 
biCri*. lei<anc« agpp.) bra. fUaibua AH7. 
Value Te lavda tm hauar aa ub 

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aunlh Hoc m. Coiiinul 

j^U.L OR BXCHiSiUK it-AlTlB fHUrf 
» laraa. far aaaw «» pnm duiiii;, 
iii«e »i »u a,lla*- ai ap>neaiaia'r>r 
yi.OM *r I4.0M HalarK-c pn farm »«utbl>< 
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*iib aanm tuna, m arry «oee leraiiaa 
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aederii f-raaw bua«alaa Iar cellea anaa. 
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prir# j 1 h p. Palcdn tnbnanl. .atrr coaled 

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WAfOXO 

OBVXNOt PROPRRTV. WITW BRLP. 

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070 4 DOOR BXDAN 

959 With aaerdriaa. healer nr 



Ymr appatmony 

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1938 



tbraafhoul Buy today 



$645 

<nndit >tti 

$595 



TVra Batrance* 

848 Votes St. ond Johnson St. 



1 O J OLUb NadanaUa 
I 9e«^ bydruaiauc 

1 O/ffi Ceuaa luUy aauippad blr 

I 9^0 luv. taoe dvva * . inc 

Pull price 51195 

I 942 E:^,;"^***^ $400 

i 938 sr”p.r*‘.ri“'' $495 



1937 Sjr.i - 
1937 

| 0 *JC FORD L’eei-b 

I 935 Bpariat 



Tson St SPENCER HOUSTON ’ 

■ ' CAR SALES 

^ 7be Run* af Dependable Autaneboea' | 
TRADBB-TXRMB 

lipped blr ' Open from • a ■ *• • p » 

$1195 *TN»*n PHONB B lajt 

$400 1 

$495 royal auto sales 

$565 OPXH eVKHlNOB TILL ■ PM 

$495 ***’^ mUim-UBBRAL TRAOX-INB j 



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GAMBLING AT 
THE RACE 
TRACK! 

DON T iiAMBLB WHBN 
VOU BUT A 

USED CAR' 

GLADWELL'S 
CARS HAVE A 
FUTURE 
NOT A PAST 

IPt* MRRCUHV PONDOH 



1949 



••v-a. •e«M WKitf ewn«MIML 

9^9 IkrA Wa.. i***Mu«4»« 

??2 K^t momioacibTvalub” U.1W AT 

iiaa a a p,, aea aumUt. caa be 



ranted tor *l*a per month PLU 8 a iiae- 

room da lute auUa Iar namr ar could JLiBW*** - Homaa wttb la* lava Bayoteaia. 

be rentad far lU per OMiiiib QoM b«i >®v* 

aervia# Cloee tp city More lead for PNANN a naaaM 



A NY PBItNuNa INTKHXBl'kli IN Ftw- I be rented far •■* per OMiiib QoM^bui >®v 

■* .. “eb dnu door factory *IU> •eraiaa CUiae tp city More laad foe 

mill*»rk in laumr- diai’ici ikili inte.me- eapdnaion if aanted ItBid ^ PRANR 

iloD and aU awtUra aintilf canflBaaUaL ca.h *111 handle Pull arlra $ 17,500 ^ 

IM.* J.. nr, MW ^ ^ 'r -r 



Otfera eanpio*y*d 

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Pbenl O 41IB 



2 FORD CUSTOM POROOR BB- I Tn 

r dan. maraan. oaaiar. back-up 

II.IM miiaa. aae oa-ia.-, ijbm RLVOCTOB BTRIBT 

B SIM 



ll.iM miiaa. aae oo'ia.'. ubm 

10 jQ AUSriN A-4S BBUA.N. LOW 
*9*19 uckait Beat offer. Day. a *314. 

I ^>|bt, B IM4 

IQjQ ACrriN A W BBOAN.' UCXNCX 
I 19^9 and beater Can be wet, »•* 
«l Bam Bl. ar phana _IB443 Pner ll.fl* 

lOAO ***'*^N TireioR OHiuiNia 

* 9^9 a*oer. Baa* aeceiaorica *l.* 1 * 

KWAU 

I o J o MIACimv BBOAN ’*114*' IfTI 



PerTte* ^**** >1 *•» ttaeouni, Priaaia bem* Caaai i ADADTAiCkiT i_iyM iri- 

Uood Baaeaaat Pinanctal Bureey Limited jrVlALL ArAK I MENT HOUSE 
/TORS **** Ooaarnaeat BtiaeL ^inri*. B Idlt 

ur B 4 A 44 Pour amall aullea phi* three raeia* let 

WrORlA 1 RB<|UlRt *J,dM RWAt’- Ihrouphnut FuTly *hirn?^»d' 

I »• *r^ ««» 12 !”* *^' -«“• C 1 1 CAA 



SMALL APARTMENT HOUSE ' "*'• * pnopirtv to bxll 

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avner. Vary vail bbUt and In perfan H.*W TO UbW AB DOWN PAYMBbT 

condUton Pullv hirniAhMi I 

tnrom# of |l4d Ly month I . . »AV 1 CUBntb WAITING TO BOY. 



*Rad|e iiaaier. driraawrt and yeuulawr* 

$ 375 , DEPENDABLE AUTOMOBILES ' . 1 .^. 1 ^::'^ $ 86 C 

Pull prlra IMW 



10X0 MBRCURV BBOAN ’nu" IfTI 
*940 Bt. Ana BUaat. m 

1 OX7 *U^**» M PONO POUR- — 
*94/ dear, beater, nr* aeadiuan. 

B 4UJ a J* * p n.^ 

10X7 1-8 P. IN NSW ~CON- 

*94/ dlUoD tbrouBboul. *AM BMlt 

1 OXX CHBVROLTT DB LUXE BBDAn: I 
I 740 n« * oobditiop. 344* tmur »iil; 

I 10X7 OODOB BUnNim COUPB 

*94^ Lart*. roe my trunk Badi*. I HI 
beater- Bpenal. ii.OM A |ood car Taka , 

I term*. R -u Auiw Balm, net Pita* at ma 
Cpoli. 8 MM I 72 

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* NP. TO 11* tt P 
BPBCULB ON BOMB MODRLB 

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YOUR UBT1NO WOULD BB APPHt- 



1 1 Rrtrt *'*'*•’■ xontoaob RX- 
■X I -JUU quutd. repaid at IW par 
*d“^b inrluaina a^; iniertat. )-yr (arm 



Atl eaeb porery *iih amall Ueiiif *uart- 
eri. TUmeetr *> M* per month Cin 



GRAY 



uiiercM. j.yr term i "re. lumaaer ea par month Can 
Goad eovfoant* FlaaM contact Barry ]^a- | be handled with |3 MO each 

j^udlM^VS ?>*>?" ** *«• C. 04 kkcf. cal IMi 

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Aak far Mi. Spaota* *hu «tU paraanaliy Good ReSidentlol DiStflCt 



the YORKSHIRE 
CORPORATION LTD. 



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EVINRUDE 

G.M. DIESEL 



COUPB ORR & JAMES LTD. 

Radi* I HI* WSARP Bliurr PHONB O till 



1934 ^ 2 !!., 

1930 

1929 ;s?e. 



CHBY Badaa 

•perial 

PLTMOimi Badan 
Bpaciat 

CHBV Sedan 



IHl Paniiaa Sedan. Amerlean madel |1 1*4 ___ 

$295 I INI Char Sedaa Oadereeai beater II IM **** CHBV BBDAfl - q , . CMRVRtXF 

N t rn ' •- "• luyp. • Bmlan *, m | »urT lj«*"“A%’r‘A.i 

in* Plrmootb sedan, radia. he.iar 4IM , i q PLYMOUTO 

l*n airyiier Coupe. Al condUlan »WI I *' ‘*® *«•*»' 

IN* PMd Oa U«. Tudor sedan kl 4M ' J**' NM^**,***.} 

, •'•®'B-4BB blue Beat peaara. lopd ura* and ' >1 *<• At ihia prUc 

l*3> Da Seta Btdan aery clean MM.'®*'''* Tnteriot **yy alaaa #dcy/\ *•••. each . ar larmi 

IfM Peed Pbb« ea- 1 5620 , Dick Oe^.^-B«A 



aS:L> IntaTwr * 27 A 1941 ■fJCR •BDANBTTB WILL 

I Parmaai 5860 *74 1 equip. WUl lakd trad* 'W nr 

Pnii oeu.. e>,aa eoflrert.fc;, p,er,f,rt SMd CwJar Hill 



Band Priaai*. 



$150 

$145 



$750 



OUR KATTHtnAT SPBClAt. 

i 939 ^p!;rpS:“ $595 



Betatal Other* la rWaaa* Pram 

NORM WARE - Prop. 

PNPrrtllB AUTO BAtXa LTD 

848 Votes G 7 



VALUE FOR 
DISCERNING BUYERS 



* ___ I ••>• De Seta Badan aery alean 

5595 tfi* poad Pbkirp Oeliaary 

Pram 1 * 3 * Plymoaib Ooaab. goad motor 

IWT Naah * C*up*. N*« beenc* 
'Op. **>* Cbavroiot Cmipt, aniy 

LTD 1134 ^d Da L«m SmU* Radio 

G 7421 *•*• Oraham -f Badaa. anly 
1 *M o U C bout, wood bM 

■■■ i*W Whippet-Pour Coup*, only 

1*41 WUlra Jeep, racandil.onad 

1 * 4 * Pee* Bialiaa Wagon 



1 Ox 1 CTtRVHLKR RCDAN. PVtXT 
194 1 equipped. |l.* 4 « !*]] Oadg* 

n»d»n * 3 W Tbae. Atblaaon Obragr B IIXI 

I 1 oxn n-YMOVTO BB 04 N.''raB had 

I I 74 U I** careful ovnera. Brai-rlaea 
lira* angina) tan eaiar paint. A i malar 
^ndiilpa, body a* ne*. baaiar. m.iae** 



yati can i gn »rani. 

can ba •rraaged. 



MONEY TO LOAN 
( prrhonal'^loan* 

$ 50— $1000 
WITHOUT ENDORSERS 

For Married Couples 



Pull pn*a. II.M* 



1*31 FORD FOKODR 



1070 »>ncB“«BSir“nr>«picT , •*»‘*‘* »* 

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.'“.r"'"*' “* “ POST OFFICE 

Aak far Mi. Spaotaa *hu «tU paraanaliy Good ReSidentlol DiStflCt 

aha* yau f*ar tbae* propattie* Tbta time baa the beat of equipment 

Baa* . cniq- Bl 4 R thrmighout I* nke and brigt-.i 7 >ood 

rieaa atnrk. at .aptwontgkately * 3 * 0 *- 
_ , ^ N:'® lumoyar and *an b* tneraaaed 

FinOnCiOl Surveu 1 tH • ***“‘'f«l n**-raam madam auite- 

I IMUMLIUI .xurvey LTu. oak riMra. ho|.*eter bealad. for ovnar 

1 U 4 OOVBRNMBNT BT li I 3 B* ' •* wauntalM and aoa T**- 

rar laraga Lo« rant a* WQ/W\ 
tea** Pull prw-e 5 oUUU 

atork al Intolea. 

74 TIMBER BROKERS Conuat sun Hyinnd Batatngi CM. MH 

lyAV CASH FOR BTAKDtVo TIMBXR im oOVMUmmt m»r 

^ tota deliaarao at aui Large *r aaaU oovbrnmbnt BTRBBT 

amauqt *>* HiUnida INOl ' 0 *)M 

1 IA~ ~ ~ WMwW" ! Mambat at the VlNorla Reel BaUtt Board 

I 1 1 fuHar CASH ' mcB paid >dii ^ — . 

, -4 * au&dWg umber ar iaga dallTarrd to 
miU In largt or amall amminu Aiom 

owi'a"**"*" waaiRITHET — B425I 

» BUSINESS OProTTL-N^r j ”” ’*** 

lOCUUNTAbr. J*. UUUO obNAUXL CITY 

. •kpanena* haM *4 and ra- tCDWIfc CTATirtui 

Habit, *iaba* to aarur* pir'llMi vhar* SERVICE STATION ^ 

limited laaeatmeni raquirad. ar *auM - 

rctuUMr itaniod a a** bualnew an nart- lJ- 2 J T*o pumpi. inrt* repair 



OAK BAY 



■^ 1 * own baa U%a beat af equipment PAT 

ne 7 :•^rrik. u , m,, . 

N:ra tumoaer and can b* tneraaaed .*** ***.? ** *** ®Pl>*nuaity We Ha-* 
FLUB a beautiful llaa-rmli modw^^Vt# ' f*"“‘** «••• *® W* 0 *d V»<r 

Mh floor*, hot-vet;; b^“ oTner 1 ***'“ ^ bW-mmUd 

Urand ale* af mauntalM and aoa T**- I * , 

rar laragt L«« rtal a* moyiAA Talrpban* 

teaaa Pull prw-e 5 oUUU i 

Pbu atork ai utateo. ( THE YORKRWIBF 

Conuat aun Hyland Bataingi CM. MH { ^ I V-/r\f\. 3 n I f^C 



I Ufa OOVBRNMBNT BTRBBT 

I 0 *)M 

I Membft af the VlrtorU Reel laUU Board 



RITHET— B 4 2 5 I 

OUR TtTX TBAR 

CITY 

SERVICE STATION - 



THE YORKSHIRE 
CORPORATION LTD. 



•Mambar af Vuiana Raai tataiq Be«(«i 
ni PORT STRBVr B lib* 

Bataingi O *1**. g i*M 



PLEASE - PLEASE 
RENT OR BUY 

UrMiiy raquirad ler «U»ni a gaed 
3 A ar k-raam bungalov *ith larnt lot 
at aeraag* Vi<inir> at Royal JUadn. 

4 U ^ifV« Pbdne B 110 - 4 . Bllll 

ar eaealBg* 0 Ul*. t*k far Mr Batti 



■H ----- eseeitenv. aa marii. na« taat eoaara. ' nanoe uompaay. pati gai aha aaah *•■ to aarur* poaiuoa *h*r* vtr»Tis,t j • r-\ i lu/i'* — t ^ ewe • a lato 

1 ) 12 / l»teriat, gaod body, haaur. Urea almoai at*. t*a apara Drt* need vithaot luaa ar rod uae *>.. Hmftod loaaaimmi raquirad. ar *auM -w 1 *^ wblng* OUI*, aak far Mr Batti 

J-. and motor e-YzA »1YI 8 l*»k. ^ **** rotuMar itaniag a aeo bualnam m TT»r ^ modern T*o pumpi. inrt* repair ' 

Do*u PaymaiK 5260 ^ • i Ufa inaiiraaaa Inaludad nerahip hMU AU aMa^aemX^^ tl ?**“•* pmd roum Tetaeo mo oi!,.,. A I xJ 

•bw, run pita# **** 1938 *L****‘'**^ »« m*. caw^ i cmT be amMii*’***' “""•*“ “fowD Bro». Ageocifs Ltd. 

«»* l*W MIBCtRT POROOR D“.‘*** . jl!?*. 5 l!L <«•> I “** USAUTT BALON Pom~BALB IN OAR I Mi* BLAHBBABO BT. PWOMBB B ltSt-« 

>*W Maroo. aaitb Haaiat aaai aann aoom ‘ I P_F* 3 _Fhar)-_B 44tt afur • p ■ “| SUBURBAN GROCERY 

»*» Dn*u Paymeni $640 



Full prua, kl «M 



tAxn' 107R W»OS COACH BBCBLUm kl I X X rN . 

564 U ' * 7 Jo eondliioa throu^au Na* ittt*. N I A G A R A 



beater, defruater Original milage. <3 90*.' 
41S*. a NT* 3(43 Pffi* 



no DOB 

Aa la 



1*44 FORD PORDON 107Q COUPB. WTTH OP8XA 

Uand amai. car* bouabt fat taah iiaaao f “V*"**. •»* »« tCZO “i*!' Pb‘»lb'l "*• Ur**, 

Baaneed aa aoid In — r^mtni “ '“>«»»* 556o *y®. candlUoe. tTN Phooa onti _ 

AMI prv*. *1 4M rOBlD OOA^. *4M OR anuS 



Baanead aa aoid an aenainnmem 



POND COUPB, WTTH OP8XA 
laai. savlr palniad. nt« Urta. 



anamcx company limxtbd 
B ald l*M 



iP_F*j_pba,.^ 44 tt^jp. _ I SUBURBAN GROCERY 



pcae u tall bvaueaa aad bulldio* Taka 
Otar lomorrev 



pOB *ALX - UOUB- TmoaUB AND I**” ‘«»"®* 

* abUAraa'a **ar ahnp in nood IneaUan I ' 

'£sr..S auto court - resort 



*HN ^ f^ugUa at A*id Biraat 



3 077 V 0 pU> OOATH. * 4 M OW 'iniAR 
17 J/ affar. RaMndmaaed *k-ba n.o- 



LISTINGS WANTED 

4-b rMOM furiy madwa *ttb baeemant. 



MM FORD OFBRA SWAT COUPB Beat*r 
aad aetra Aoe rondiiwn M*l 

MW NAHH BXnAN Weather ey*. udlo A 
atardy ear la nice chap* Wf* 

M41 oooov KBnAN Reeiet A rar anyene 

aouid b* praod ia mpp *i »TI 

1*4* noDOB BBDAN Air aondiitoninf 
unit. A amari bigek ear II **0 

Alee a qaed aMofiia* w abaoaa ham 

AND GOOD LIGHT TRUCKS 

ia*4 FORD S-TOH PANBl IPM IIMtit* 

Ba li - |M» 

MW pnRn I-TOH sxpnan* 4-aaeed ' 

iranxmlmion h*a*m.4uU.. tnoo-arip 

Ur®» *).»** 

I 

wa* nonOB t-TON BXPHBBB 4-*p*ed ' 
Wtra ipecial . II IM . 



Victono Super Service 
■ Ltd. 



MON HIP 



l 948 Sl‘i\*^.i.dS:i*^ ■“ $950 
1948 irr. J- " $925 



d»* THUB BAROAIHB 
AND MANY OTHtHS 
Af 

GLADWELL'S BIG LOT 

MM PANpORA AVBNUB 
IS Bionca UP from emr hau 

PHONB ailllJMI imi BVBNINOB 



affar. I^ndltlaaed U-tip i-a- 3*B MOBYOAoV LOANS 



»w«* pua iJUUAB Oft BMALL . l 

■a» appraeiaied H H A loan* *“• _ *®* 



far iMtalied (a 1*41 Pwur naw tirai laat | ' • _ - - - 

Bummar. Ilf* Uranec. Inkurad *oi<, ^ulr. A Fn-tCATfONB FOR LARUB OR BMALL 
l**r i®wl Car b* aaen mf>rlf#«a* appraeiaied HHA loan* 
a INI Parnwood Nji*iI. brivaos 4 1* aad aaailable We ape, laiiaa u ra-dnaActna 
tj$ • m._ beu*^. alaa puiLhaauu Mreameut* and 

1937 KiifiX wVJlnlmaS' . 77 b 7 T*'*m “.U 

I 7wr dill landlthm, aery claan. nev mt ymir home at your raqa**- Puxt,riai 
'> 4 bt*r and dnlr^ra MW IlM Perd Buraar Umitad. IM* OeaaramanI BtrMi 
caarb. liratef Matigald Beraia* I O IIM. *r tfaainqt Calqulta *A4B nr B atoa 

BMima, m BuraaiB* Baad C^eiu «JP "liL"*! 



_ Blioalad *t Bbaqnlgaa Laka M*-I( Uk* Wrigbi far immadlaU inkpan. 

|>BAL B8TATB RUBtNBBS FOR BALB^ [L**?!.*** *L ^I'Tlhya ail medera. I«t **•* S<f*l. Xee* . O dill 
-»• Caniral taeatlon. fully equipped OM- N®*ta b«4 iwaU. aU huauli- 

isa^ibutef*' HEISTERMAN & CO 



r.l5C a?r*Ji*mr^i!:| ^ RBHTAOlUNT BtMINBW.~^ 

»r ih^y «ui ?tu 

four raqa**; Pvaaufial i ********* •» u Biaaruda Gam, , 



PtfOHB a 4l«t 



LAROB IHOOqfB 



\| ORTQAOB MbiiiY AVAILAiuJI— CO bT •■•7 PAYtNO BOBIHBBB OI TOWN. 

1937 UDAH x»l rent rate* Immadiau daelalraa. *^rfM*** ’** *'** '*bruaad aca mt atanu I IN PORT ffTRBBT PWOKB B 4NI 

I9J/ .WenrMrtul eaa mlltnaa com- CMtdu R May Lu. Ull Bread BU^ audlMd aaaauaiy TVair la aa abaca* far 

forubla aar *4M «tui UcaruEa O i*3T B 1114 doodvUi 114 •# taah «ni bup la Na ' B*«ulMa 

yQ< 77 POBO S-POOIL N-bF. IN- * ••f*»»bOnn » iXi*. ; l«r VUtah, B NM. Mr. BMober. Q mm 

I 90/ •“"■Ibi Jtr*o«*. bcaler. Owner rUHDB ON BAND AHb QIMBDUTBLT I Bmall Wa-tov* gmer*. U*** ■**' OB*N. Mr. BappeU. R |* 1 | 

leaeif* ally Q MB* AYA I LABL B FOR MCUITOAOl LGANB I •* teyM** 



Rithef Consolidoted, Ltd. i Rorsts roR sauT 



1948 SaaTrrn.^ “ $925 
1942 ^n\ . $900 

1941 _ AQOR 

1 077 ORAHAM BBOAft, auaiam mai 
t'Or coaar* aiRB 



coaar* aiRl 
llrAOM 



1936 



J. M. WbOD MOTORS 

*N1 TATBB SmffffT PHONB O UN { 1 937 OOACh" 

DODOR nff BOTG. DODOB THUCRB 



'V*-RaMatue4a*a 



1 OOO BBDAN ' qaod 

I 7 L 9 fHtxbix 



$525 

$425 

S 250 

$150 



* 7 Z 9 rMiabi* rtanapariauoa $ I 5 C 

1949 L® X® * ruBTGM a-nooR 

1749 l**>J mil#* _ , _ _ _ 

•uf) heaur $ 1 825 



CUT YOUR 7 ^ 

. MOTORING COSTS in,L 

IN HALF 

WITH A NEW 1950 I and Cm 
ENGLISH FORD'! . 

W iBilaa u the qaOon. Ba*y t* park and 
handla, Quick raammaiaa piek-up 1935 

Of PACT TOD AUNT CANT MAT ONt Ing m 

1931 

HIOHIBT PBRPORMANrX ,Ltm 1 

AT — - 

tOWBBT OPBRATtNO COBT I 1 930 

Manr aolaaa M ehnaaa ham *« with I 1 O'lft 



Mamwr r*m Bauia Board af Vkruela 
IN HOHT ffTRBBT PWOKB B 4 N 1 

Bfdmlnga 

Mr Vlrtah. B l*M. Mr. BMober. Q |gM 



I 1077 **FARB COUPS IMd U - 1 T BMAU. AMOURTB - LOW 

I 9 J/ eonea •aw ar effat 31 N Pari A r .«'***• ‘•♦'Ulna* ~ rabaanablt 

Gray Straec [b^bflbi N H.A. applieauaaa ttaeiaed 

107 /^ MOOBL OARJ AND OP AT K M **'*•*•'• bud Martgqgbd Purabanad 
• 9 JO AuU Balei eamae let. Tatr» P R BROWN R ffOKB LTD 

and Conk BlroaU. We aelJ. •# buy. *e itia ■roen nitxM 

trade Baa? U tm« Bmi m» xroad BUdW PboMOim 

] 97A ‘I'lilJLArLANR 'bXMACULATX ” ~ ~ ~ 

^™U*Baut, B 4*01 I \fONBT TO LOAN OH PtRBT MoNT. 



I at infMct 

' xfyifBB R Bcorr 

**d PBUBBR7DN BUTLOtNO 



OAK BAY 

-A Smollar, Compoct Homff 
At $5500 

Tbia praparty ta amitb of tba A*Mae. m 
an* al tJw batiar taaidaaiul Rroete Caa- 



ffTmyffBABBR Udd I fCHNCR 
III* Baankbteu Oared*. Beat- 



McNEILLY & RIGBY 

WH DOUOLAX ffT * Pbeee o mj 

GOOD CARS 
Af th« Right Prices 

PORO n LUn SBAH bl i« 

MBRCtmff DB UnU BffOAN *1.0** 

BDRD BB)Aff MXVBHT *d*4 

ffOROCOACW . **M 

DODOB Off LUXX BXDAN 1^1* 

BABB l-PAM COOM . **M 

CUM OB Lun MPAH 

HORO COUPB : Ida* 

Foas A XTmtfP kwa 



1947 

I 7*}/ LIMB, VKta btattr 

1 OX Q **•* •••" bl 
' 740 beautiful araaiUM 

I4d* BlLN8]IARO PT H 



J 1QOC "•"* aMOfi M ehnaaa ham *« i 
• OAO 1 matrblng leather ar ream* wphabtery 

YICTOHIA mtCB 
FOHDOR $1268 



ig8 1 POHO OOHVBHTIBLX Al 
■ 90 I abepe Radia naaiar and aeret- 
•Mtaa_ Btel affar _ Wit Oonald Straai 

1 oori ORAHAM “T m GOOD BHAPff 
I 70U__ml-beam headlltbu lUb B 13*4 

1070 PLTMOUTR BBDAN ~RUNB 
I9L9 laod *1*4 PbetM N l«d| 



M ONBT to loan oh PtfIffT WORT- 

gaen* Curmpi ralaa. H* dalqya. 

a O DAUir R OO . LTD. 

**♦ »w* Btmi pb«M b «*4i 



|VHCOMPLrrK> DUPLBX. OAR B*V— banual raaenua *W*** Worth 

L' Pir* larf* mama u aaah uuM- Pun ^j}* “*«“••«»* ^ 

<^mnni ba*em*n*t and tun dena ffaira NbUiut pete# Xl liUvv 

pluMlng la Maaiaanl and Araplbt** x* n — r ^ -. 
ff It A lAtn wm litfl M IJ #r OrPORTUKTTT vlilHi enWI tat 

romplata for rtaponaible party B*141 * prtaa^, appad aerair* auitou batloa 

• • *••< ffi®"**® »»vM«b«# aun b* bad 

•iih a aarg ip* lawrapt p ■ ^ m/\/\ 

€OxRo-Df^n.n;. fAoirmo. oil- '*** tuu pn<« 5lOroUU 

|1943U O-MtUa HA beat Beparaw 



Ax XI ■x'**»n - ^ . , . . amiar taaiaapiui Rraata Cam- 

wbita'lnami^/^A^**"’** ^ Worth Horae* r^m and slaaeauX Trent qvrrh 



€OxRo-Df^n.n;. ^axbpiblo. oil- '*** tuu pnn 

1943U O-MtUa HA beat (Unraw x 

antranrn* Lavar auti* eaaMM* of lirinq- * CARTai 



— , raama m mai ' roam. Braplaca. dlnint-repn biUbt*. pm I 5** ",•* 

■ Ibedraam and balbppam Upper eatte rep. M aquJpi 

‘ *i*U of Itriiu-roopi. ktlehen anr bedmem bWlabl* 

MONXT TO LOAN ON PIRffT MORTOAOBB ' *nwlll*Mrhit.*W^ 

AT ATTRACTITB RATBB IH ' Immadlal# pa*M*awe Wear enlfa WaAwg CD A I 

AJfV AMQUVTB iduurK# | rKAI 



BWXBBB dan bt bM 

Wtb nomarem eonia^. varfb lb* prla* 



itoraa* mam and slaaead-la front parrV 

I nary laaq* M 

j Art far trana PMn*. tatuiapi. CM fi*H 

I ^ SPRING 

it Jittf Around th# Corntr 

THIS IB TKB TIMB TO OBY BffT FOR 
TOim OAROHNINU 



n M)4 T Hid 



rOROOR $1268 
TUDOR $1183 



1070 PLTMOUTH BBDAN RUN! 
I 9 A9 pmd Ittl Pbppe 8 |*d| 

M ArrOMORILEfl AND TRT'C'KS 
WANTED 



AT ATTRACTITB RATBB IH 
ANY AMQUVTB 
^ H WamOMB R OO . LTD 
Ml Ouraramaat Ntretl Pbepe B <3SI 



, t 1 rt Rnn-®®**** OROCBRT AND ’»> FOBT ffTRBffT 
;jlU/OUU noMparTNKrHRT ffrorta 



-wwvTWi BM«aei*. varin lb* prla* _ 

V aqulpmenl aleaMi Tarma # * a aaa Pb** *b a eomlimabla Baa-raqm atuetp 

imiabi* Tq ba dPM al llUrOOU ®t«b*'<»», *ith baaemeat. an taa »*•- 

FRANK s. GREEN LTD. 



■ » GOOD tm TO IMI n—DAKO 

• -xn make ear; mort be |* emtd emtAittan. 

I fRiubt* for lady dnm ajH^ o^inq. 



GLADWELL MOTORS LTD. 



A LL OABH FOR OOOD CAA I**3 OB 

xh latxx ,«*xr — 1 X ■ xxai 



MORTGAGE 'LOANS 

Put pvTuijqatpq ar taprsatBi Otlf 

ar Baburban Property 



I LOW INTEREST RATE 



empress sales 

932 Yatet St. 



*1* PAVDORA AYE 



Fhbua Bllll 



laipe paefaarad I Mil 

latT Mdnn'u.k^.' bbou^oab 

vented. Caab O Mil. 



1*4* MBTBDR BBOAN 
Perfeel 

1*41 HBRCt'RY BBDAN 
1*31 OOOOl BBUH^ 



CA.TH — CASH ~ CASH ' 

Ifton oooo olban upbo carb. quicv 

A di tti tana OaU far appeaieaj 

-A. ROTAL AUTO HALBB ^ 

*34* OpudUe Bl O Mil 

VM MT StttnM. ALL • ■ *!•• 

AT aaob. Be daplara B UM 



Bb*byme«l Toeme U B«]t Bearpvar 
PropMH Atiamup* ta AU Appltaatlppa 



UH »»• PACRPORO PtCBITp. 

•BM ^ 



$ 1695 ‘ B C. USED CAR SERVICE «** oaudil^ *' ** *** q m» _ _ 

1 1 74R •“ 7alm BtrtPt . PWM Pbaoe a 4314 ' aOStnM. AU. iu* Dpvmmdpt ffi 

JlJ40 kV aaob. Be daplara BUM > 

pcoc ^rnimt m him bo tvr tm hblp fo« \vantbd-cab. truck, tractob or 

JDYD; BBLICT TOUR USffD CAR AT THB gW^dmibW in .i. 

$295 «««TffRicB BERNARD & CO. 

1947 “*"■ - for loans 

UM Tpur oar Wn» D. N.P fqr AMI »Jj* STKLJS; 

IB o*«y durst lOxn*^ *uto«io*lb warthdT **»*•««•• 

WB OO HOW OPHRATB A CAR Ulf ' ^ ° 5% 

. . f7 BOAT8 AWB LACTNaiEW bad BJtA. RMWug Uim 

iggO BRffRMfi BttAH. Oia OVirBR. — AT4V4% 

1940 I* IM milM |**q Heappa apgipa pOR RALB-UA-BP RCTLBnyMk VBI- 

St 2 ?*w' •‘SS ^ •••fN® «N*a4 dftva. •» FORT ffTROT PMOIII B Ml* ' 



The Huron & Eric 
Mortgage Corporation 



HUF BHUH 



SFROAB 



WAWT OTHBRB 

A. W. WHITE 



* * B9l*q 113# boperpmppl ffl 

BERNARD & CO. 

FOR LOANS 



B4ai*p IIM 



• am MB PM. 



1-rpom tram* bid* R W ^tlag Onpd 

B H BAOHRAWB 

B IBB 111* Bread Bt BMW Brad. 



I ROMS ABO BUStBIBS COMPUTTl 

OMmara l al Fraparty W>M OvaraUag 
Buatnam 

Ob Bad Wn* WiiAu l-MUa OWale 
Cirar iHle. toefudlng eUbt-raam eam- 
pletelT modara dMaiaf Be rapaira ra- 
qalred Barlr aaeeeealen 

OWITBR — FKOB8 ■ 4#ll 



BHtCR BUIUHBO 

ffroRRB and apartmbbtb 

'Claaa *a na* F*at Ofn«e> 



TD. **»fM». aetetaWea and fUwar* Bee me 
^ .*• wder M #et yaur Bprln* nUniti^ 

J^pRicB $7350 

Aet Iar Mr. Ma fB atwn. Baeviad*. O iMd 



WiU-*«wtra*idd bniM 

freptant. U aba heart 



freptapt. In iba baari^ I 
nary aUructiee ttarep aaR 
au miiae aaaei Tavanta 



JAMES BAY 

F«ai om«e> 1 * 1 4A/V CABH WILL NABOLB a B*a. 

Ilns Pl«b B*-f**l i -* ■ aUU ream frunaale* la JAMB* BAV. 
^ Iba ally. Taa* wcawd am •« giir* wryg tqi tewyibltii 
*aB ranted *tib | *n* la Bitl-Ueat eaediMnr 



« aaaei Tevante p*aaWe awe > "fty pea**** 
lav abavMg a pimd rat*** an i BULL FHICB 



I inamtmant vnB BlflnlM piMpaata al 
I inareaaed raven*# # d*y e\/\r 

AaWng pnaa $47,CX)G 

FWnae art fw Mr ffpand. f**a. t*M* 

Brown Bros. AgcrKics Ltd. 



$3500 



AW far Mr Hall. Bfaniaaa. ■ l*4d 

H. A. HUMBER, LTD. 

UB* BBOAB BT. p u 



( M ambea Baal BMnaa Board at Tl*ldri*i 
IU* BLANMARO ffT . FROWRi ■ lUB-l 



LQG_HAULING CONTRACT RARE OPPORTUNITY! 



1970 n.»MOOTB MDAH ' Bcym - .. BOATS AX 9 LACTNC 1 IES 

1 T *7 qmm IIM. PBqpa a iqg(. in 70 BMRRfi ffttAH. Ctt» OWWBR. 

1 079 ”AMr^~66QO~i^PR.~M'M -*T49 I*H imam am^ pOW RALB-UA-HP A-CTLIHtyMk lyBI- 

I “27 ffTrii affaT^ ffdaT m S 2 ! 2 f^ aphauteff ^ mmi jplM^ T naami marina angina diraat datva. •» 

-TLS.Tii'T'ST-aa: a’L.-Lc? 



MORRICE CH. 4D7 



SZJsmjSf 



Gordon M. Thompton Ltd ( . . . i Fr*a 4 

M* ffWWff BTRRWT MA * 1 X 1 H, A. HUMBER, LTD. I^****n#q 



H. M. HALL 

m Fqmbarup B tlU Biq. SW Fm Mraaa 
ffMarm. Sr 

GORDON HEAD 

r*^ Tvn- 

iKU-:UJ!r $3500 

Fisr tqiM*. bniRrwHB bp* nap aa- 

FT*a H neaa OmnNa even a 

"«**Ma $3200 



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9 atl|f dolonUt VicUrU, R.C.. nm.. M*rck 23 , II 5 « J 5 



EXCEPTIONAL BUY 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
•LIMITED 



UU( 8fe8 rOB 8ALB 



H. A Rt>|jrrti <V»c ) Ltd 

B 2197 



’ " -.rnii -A ■ . t ... ,, Qu*<|f» 

*m wu» • -‘-e 

M • !»)»« M *llll • fu* llAft. I(M • 
tfiroitcn IwU UviAB.rwM. ■ 

O.* fto«, w. 3 .riS 

MW« r*M> •ia(r««f i« a 

»***^«i 

li. ?•* •*' !«*«••• toi 4 M*« B 
pm» m oa 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
- LIMITED 

Rcol ValuesSince TSffT 



HEISTERMAN & CO 



BOORMAN'S 



A BEAUTIFUL HOME 
IN FAIRFIELD 



UNINTERRUPTED VIEW OF 
SEA AND mountains 
ARCHITECT BUILT 



$1000 CASH AND 
A LITTLE MAKE-UP 



OAK BAY 
WINDSOR PARK 



A hwn* fur «K« »*n >t> 

• M.»*i «4*ut«i Wnu« 

a rMMi. r«Mf4'Uti.( r»rf« rA- 
Mt»Uu« li*U. Urn AiaUf- 

reua Aod Aas. cAkWi hiictM« awl 4 im<m. 

a««rto4tin4 baauiafui Uaaaaapaa |rMi>i» 4 a 
a atMitMu hMiMBi*. «-Ma«r faiN»r»t| 
Aaih Hacatxtm ti*Ji ti«int-ro*« ana 4ln> 
.r>f rMaa fliitaHta <■ Aitalraltan Mittantut 

• "«« «^*,a«a MU aran* <•> ixaaa 

Aaaamaiii OM-O-Ualit l««i-«a>a( kaai t«a 
Ai'iMtaa MMiM« iM haaa«r>an( Thia a 
InaH h*ma anil t *1)1 *a fiaa *ho* 

J, 5 QQQ 

Contari f O Wiliiami oa«1 



til a tMioAta atarrKt *f (in* 
bemt» • fe«a*li>«t. *a]i*kum. 
•ati-tapi ■•aar* at**n - mi* 
hvflM Larft *rsahl llatua *>ui 
auiiikfaraMu m*4ar» aariri* 
t*bir>»i biubrn. T«« baaraMU 
*4>**. a«i,>>n rui>*ntr4 tc«ra. nari 

• *oa n»or>. Tbia*. Ilik. H*<> 

• atar 0t*-0 %laiia haasmf Hitn' 
raitirnt b*a«>«na<a «!'*'. •■irtan^p 

a,>ar« Dii*r-t* f»ta|* 

baauUfviir Uta *01 In Ituu un*. 
ahttib* and pUAU OVT.rr'Uar'r'a 

ii^Tpr:* $14700 

Call C«dr Wurtai* Uiy ai d 



*!• ntaka r*tl ruM •! bemr lu (: 

4 -.1 » «u>r,iit.at< fiTi a 

r.o .;ap« >« U>Ui*r Nk* k>l ‘ . 

apj a Mr* n-j'- i« »• ’ C C 1 C 

abd *ua P'uU . «D I J 

*A*a far Mr k>r> li ffM 



A lv**l» i**aar* bunaal.'* a*MMii«| *1; 
1. tia r*MM *a «n» fUn pfca aa- 
•tfiat t* u* ba**m**l. 

t Auraittaa l«»iuf-mM *itd ainjnf* 
'•**«. attrimina ll|a park 
3 y*ty Ui|« Ma*iar b*ar(« « ana 

mill r a**a -na* »o«Ta,M** 

i Kii hn. «trM l»r air ia(U* ai>d 
.. Airu a braakiaal *»«ik. 

I Oil but •aiai baai 
• - Ar,,*rat* |at*tt 

t M*ai aiiiacuta |r*uu4a In laana, 
ahmba ana tr«u u»t*. t 1 1 OAA 

PHJC« ^ I I rOUU 

trfninf*. Pi»*nc ■ If It 



NEVER BEFORE. HAS SO 
MUCH BEEN OFFERED 
SO REASONABLY PRICED 



CAREY ROAD AREA 
Every Room, on Invitation 

A daMillk tikifax. » ■ ■ ,■■■■ 

't n'odarn !amiU h n* *ti 

llcr^'a^r or 



TaUl pri'a 



MOUNT TOLMIE 
EXCEPTIONAL 



ml IW pat aiuiiih Tn -a* 

$6000 

A-k far Br. Wrlrfir Kltl. tva« otin 



DUPLEX 



Hrra la ont «* kn«* «itl appaal tf «o« 
ara Vwkw>t far aa atuarnt* t'rcxM* nan* 

S al'iv *u»i ibrnaan ball oUn Wlualad 
Ifh w».an tb* 84A'Tllf)tM fUjet »i l«U 
rrrt papular rarldtulUT arts and liarl' I 
B«par;««r* liana wf tha ■ Ilf bfU* tUn d.f 
iinalira hama n*a aaauy rtuai- liKiu'Imf- 
bArdniHrd dautla plunbii'i. n* rha 

srapartf rnnaiata at ACftK ar< 1 u brau- 
Ufuliy IbJidaaapad »iui lain, rocktriat. 
•■uautva tbrub*. On|» Ifera* >par* wfd. 
Wa »ra affartna uua far Moiadiiia /aW 

$8950 

Caauet L. e Eira. Brra, ■ I1U 



OAK BAY 

SHOAL BAY BEACH 



COLWOOD 



r**a<rr.adi M u*i* .Atdauba aUU Auf l»t 
lNint-r*a« aud *air«Mia and dmm|- 
rrn/m bata uak Unara *|ra|ila r lii h«<n|- 
loam. Tablnat hiuiiru fv»nra*a‘ Vain* 
riWdi rull-iua baaamani *iib- (iipad fur- 
r.ar* Ui ail ronjna Pri«r-)n aanifa in 
hawnant Oardan In *trj r .ra trmditlan 
»iUi fanoa dlrutit>« iim M'daba Trm 
auplaa aaa bv>ii la IMI *Kan auunalt 
vara ak tbalr b**L Bttuaua vitbin vaik' 
.r.« dutant-a *1 u*i> and ran b* rantad 
ai p*«r a«« rmuM. bum auliaa *.ii 
n* varani April I ^ I * CAA 

A (8 prh* $ 14,500 

Wr B*nr>#tt, Kraa. OHM 



On* b>>d ona-balf arrta an futai 
rvad *tar aba** atbaal and ttana- 

K runa* On* t**r>rooai •M*m 
nvato*. taMlaiina o( Hrii>|* 
raa« tv* bvdrwiau. aunuairb- 
eabiati kUcb*n aud baihraan 
viib abaarr Oa iba kaiaa prup' 
vriv a i«a*raaai bungalo* aifb 
dtimr rvoin Cuy IkfM vatrr. 
Can ba aald aawaraUU) Ptira lar 

SS $5500 

II. uo davb. I«f par avk’i' 

CaU Ura. kurbiAd# Dap and Troa 

B 2 I 97 



GARDENERS PARADISE 
With 

PANORAMIC VIEW 
ond 

SECLUSION 

$8400 



Thi* fuUy- inaulaird Oil-O-MaiK air-*vi>* 
aiiiMMd aiunaa buiiaaUv at • riMviwua 
riM*>* vii. b* rvaat lor aMupauap la a*> 
■ruiiinaiaii M daya Thia t» your afpuf 
iMbuy 10 Kara U tiniihad i* k*«r *«• 
iaa«* «*aiara aipuauri and to a tiy, 
Ua-atuu 

i. Auia iira a«>bt-rov« vitb a*a« tirr* 
ptac*. 

S Outai-aitf diniaa-raan. 
i- Throudb ball 
< 1*« tacalUnt bfdrtw»a 
I kagr-piarr kaai^cka baibrvoB 
I Oak Haora 

1 Villa oiiMciu kiitbon camplririjr ar^a* 
ralao 

• full rmaiit baarmant ailb «>•>« ,w 
I Caab ar larAa 

PRICE $ 10,900 

kianuwa M>»i«a Mr »<■»({. O 3MV 



BEACH DRIVE 
SEA VIEW 



Pita b.'« roMb* p.ui bkalad baatnmt 
touia. kiurao fktiriar. aataiiai,! mo 4 i> 
Uun AuM-Miaitc aaa vaiar haatar Sr* 
air-aa*dit>*nad MA. ftuba<*. Orit*-iii 
•araa* 1 ataa ably Mf M. # i a ACA 
•ally PVkraaaian t>fUCb SlU.yOU 
Par aaauinioirBi i* tirar ptaata call 
Mr* MrLatn. kvaniopa O lt*f 



HIGH QUADRA 
EXCELLENT VALUE 



REVENUE AND HOME 
HIGH PRODUCER 



IPtr>( timr far aair U 'liU UlVttY POl’fl. 
IMXlM lAKOR NTAI.V PLAN. fffVt't-U 
BI'SUALOIA liiM inaaialad. alii, loll 
naari/trni ranxo'adl lbr,„ith ball, (itlna- 
r*an> II tip airpma . aiili lotrit brir* 
btaplac*. titnay aparlou* kltriion aub 
Mbirr drap duubit aink aocl a** > outa 
Urga badioaina inrar pi*'* tpacPiua bath- 
raaai Vrnaiia* Mipdr p* all vlbuoa* 
Humr to bulli larin* aa*i Higb. diy Un*d 
baarwant aoati ptparr turnac* b> all rauaia 
•I ara* liull rao'M a# aril latil’dM luM 
lUauiifiii IpijII lardm anil t Ariaiiaa at 
tjard baating itoii' ir««a. *iaa araatl Iniu 
l.aana and ••riiaiai- vial Miiuim to Irani 
a*t,arali garaa* arilt marnl drinaar 
Tair* M 0*n*r a -runrai krtnga llila 
•oval) haaia aa Ibc Harkn. #oaaA 
k*c*l)**i talur Cl»ar Mil* SOUUU 
Caaiaai Ml Laiu. Bt*a iitpa 



V'bMw. Il'p §»m4 U fat arp«ii4 tombi paoftk •met la s while!" 



CENTRAL PARK 
WAL^ONG DISTANCE 
FIVE ROOMS 



fa baai laaatiii* to Vtatoria Kfop <b* 
a*a. biitaa *u. (Viiuin* rrrrnur pi*p- 
arty in paff*r| rufxim«n iwami >nata anil 
r*rrtl*ni dtonrallt* r*p*lr *rr«»i>i oarn* 
inaa |iM par menlh Pnaaibta a*rbii,gi 
lift par pioiitb Tht aat.ar baa trry 
lataa living. rtw« aiib tircpio'*. larg* 
i>r«rr.«a* kltrhra g'ld lart* ■ii'Ok It tal 
uruler full rrr«»u» Matt* IraOirra 

and arirral Iwtntobra roums aiih nrat 

$10,500 

pnonr Mr Cryar. QIMI. ■••fi ia* 



fHAUhi TOt'ft CAR OR NuMC 

THRaUCtH 

H. A. Roberts (Vic.) Ltd 

lYti Douai-AR mtcn 
B 2197 



HQtKKS rOK BALE 



NEWLYWED'S SPECIAL 
$3500 



0<> a aatrd and buwiarardrd atraai alnai 
to arbBMa aiHl *'«• kitr lull rcwMa racr 
rrri* haaroirH' plpnt II A RCCAr 
lurnarr Aatiug piua , 

Call Hry ratri'ui, b<*i.tna* I •*#< 



CALL WILLUM -UlLLi HAUFfPLCUICII 
NtUKT ON DAY. 

HAWKES FOSTER. LTD. 

iltl OOCOLAS 



• 1 ar» tuu kia>*b« inrd 
tr iirrhan* rr<.rii-a a 



OAK BAY 
Sl'i'ol Bay Bcoch 
$3000 CASH 



All* uund Ofli,r* ai Dur-» 
rutirirnat Rnri A't,rrri • r 
Nanaimo 



OAK BAY BORDER 
Immediate Possession 
$3000 CASH 

Lat*.r alurca butigala*. buiJ 
Raa tbruiifb ball. Satpa hvibg< 
fir**iaca I 
PcAbrah* baih. 
diaiag btpa, oat 
r*«B. uliUiy I 
Otl'bunitng rai 
bbnda. dram ai 
■alanca aa raoL 



YOUR LABOR IS 



•■om» af . > rar.m ^ p j 
la »r>r ajih ranrr>ir 

A Haraali It* l.-ta a., 
ivu.r a-ir 1,111^ nr aai ,.i r 
n ai Ui*it r«Btiii-g H'onr 



OLDER TYPE AND 
REAL VALUE 



4 MODERN ROOMS 
$3500 Full Price tor Cosh 

1 atueen. an piaatvi ranaa ftr*piar« 
>d*ro rabtoai hiiahaa and dtoing pooh; 
ra rampari Itving.rooin ] b^raoma, 
<i k-piae* Pmbrata bM. On 1 pcrai H 
Id. abotii I mitaa a«l. to tha CmZ>** 
raraa. Tba vriftMi lUtof prlea «M 



$4750 



eiv* rv'-WA Ab flaor. toiaa-uia** ba'b 
raato. hat-ait Itoaiina to iiaii a* rmrnl 
CIPM aRTMIikirfatod nd to «i>« 1 iin 
— aillan Naar arbaai, ba*a*. * crvT 
VbAaA MY. Law prMA $ 40 UL 

Mr. erp**. Bvtalrifa. fliMl 



JUBILEE HOSPITAL DISTRICT 
A COMPACT 4 -ROOM • 
BUNGALOW 

t TDCCo ncrnwR. uvoio • room 
rni PIKKKa^ tlUh«n *UL aU 

■oMra aagraai— caa; t bvdraaint aaf 
batoimm- Ramat* gbrH* 

Ai(D BALAMCR TO RB ATiKAbUKD. 



OWNER IN VANCOUVER 

Mat ardarad a aau af tbig aa« t kidnaw 
■adm baagamv. aa baaomaal. oaraar Ipt 
aa Rbalbaurna. MM lata Ibaa *CK/vn 
vata* Prtrad a* $OOUU 

CaU W BalUy, Bvaaiiw* B «a]l 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 

BalabUMtad IMA 

Ikl BLARUAHO rr . PflONB Blltl 
lIMmbar Rral Btlaia Bnard tl Tlelarlal 



$7850 



CABELDU & MAY, LTD, 

Mil BROAD vnixrr »tiy< 



OAK BAY 
8 ROOMS 

Neor Monterey School 



OAK BAY— NEAR THE SEA 
$ 7350 — Otter Considered 

Apptaa 



$7350 



GOING TO HALIFAX 
$2100 CASH 



SAANICH 



CKliuiat LtoUM Till Rulg 
CaaiAkt K C- McCaanaU. R«*i • |W7 



II yrari built 

b«ia|aJ«* viU) aaparatg 
lavaly Urg* •«" 
far a mirtw coi 



It * a l-raomrd 

Ibragt. aa a vary 

lAl Jaai rtghl 

. Uf lb#;* arr aa gup* 
. to trtAgMrrAlina dak 
aad eratral nail, *pra Ira- 
ipar* beaur ta iht hall la 
na**! «l rttidcaUa) araa* 
ivaaua Tata* appraa |t|. 



SHELBOURNE STREET 

ro« »aaito> l . ^ 

u mllrTta M,a* iimi |i cauipriaca 

I Tbrguih baU aith a*k n*ur,ng 
] Livtr.ji.reaa aiib Ul* firrpiaca a: d 
Mk fiuatiiig. 

I Largv brtgbi kiich*n.dl»aUa. HW> floor* 
big aad *li«a l*r altriri* raagr 
t lag fnad badraami. 

I UuUiy ran* •* aaia floor, 
t Pult rvBrnt boirmrnt *>ib dr.vo-it 
g*i4gr, toll. air pip*d farnata. 
t Altfartu* gardin bith a** Uaa a»4 
young Iran ii*»« 

Tb* area of ibu homo lnelud«i Hi* Vrng. 
Urn bund*, autumaiic damatug b*t-*aivr 

pvattr. au. 

PRICE $8950 

Brrnlni*. fhona B Mil 



OtfB ACBB OP OAROKN PIVB • flDOM 
BUNOALOW AND A OUMT OOnAiiB. 
atorut u toUto too* VMIdfla aa ibol hart 
Read Bungalo* «aniaia* imng ro>»n 
dlniag-reom. kiiciwn l*a bvatunm* and 
bathroom Coacret* OaMoiroi. hor-olr l-n 
aaaa Uur«i ooiiag* htd-utUng-raom. hoi 
aad aold aaiar All la taovliani aoMillun 
Orrhard af variou* luad* of trulta rY irkrn 

$9000 

WEST SAANICH ROAD 

•CBBTANTlALLy BUILT HOUK OP blX 
ROOMN ta* bbthraomi Marnirnt aub 
Oii'0-M*ii« air • oundllloned braitn*. 
doubir gar*c« Cbanalng aatludao grournSi 
af about ] acre* la wry rhoic* sitrubbrrv. 
Uaat aad'pooia. aawr frail Tho huu-r u 
la p*rfo«i order, and a uuir digmlitd 
boBM in ttaanaing oaMing Oaatr Iraring 
fat epgland 

niLL PARTU'tllARC AT OPPli'B 



Oo»d lamlif bama. u anotlca* auitoUiaa 
ibrpufnoui, tvRtaini I roam* da*a a.id 
J at gram* I**. ■apiuir* pa ra g* taw 
Ua«i C«r*iidar*bti luraitura aatgdJag 
aulaaiaiio *U bai-aattr boat Vacaot 
pa«M«Mua CHAT UHa. Tbu u a r«aJ 
buy. laraw II aacawary. rociMb 

Prterd foy guitk aaU jOOUU 

Aik far P. Honar 
BvaaiBfa tMd 



BUYS MY NEW HOUSE 



HIGH QUADRA 



GORGE — MODERN STUCCO 

Waij.buili aaven.yrgr.aM aiurca buuga'o* 
ol-tlvp roiimi, la ipuntM condiUae 6p*- 
rioiu llviag.raom aith ftrrptacr. dtavia. 
uah floori i*o fiaa brdiaMa* *iU> urg* 
daylltbi rlmu. btauiifui wwdvrti cabltu-i 
*i|irb*u auh Ulad tli.k Ptmbrak* b*ih- 
1*0 la. crmtal baiaiaaiii aiUi plp*d lurnera 
• nd Uondrv tub* drtvr-li. gp«r*gr A 
inVRlV OARliBH. BVKRV lYPS OP 
aHRURM PHUIT AND VBOirrAaUM 
PINB VIBW OP WATBR Law •fQCf\ 
Irraw arraagad ai iba prio* at 9 /YOU 

REVENUE— CITY 

•tB-nooM armi.buadalaw «ilb inruoM al 
•II •*. aiib ibrr* roumt far ownrr Pnll 
ba*rai*ni furna *. ■•riid* Ni'k caratr 
iat aad gard*t> WAliCtMo DIB- eiCOQA 
TANi.'B TO TOWN. Pull pr*-* jOtQVJ 



THE YORKSHIRE 

rORPURATTUP LTD. 

YJT PORT BTRBBT 



•*1* thig Nary man A aia* n*a banga- 
to* of g hnfbl ragrag Wrg* kiwboa. goad 
Uviag-mm vltb a»gn firaplor*. Tkruugb 
baU. laa geod.ugtd bgdroom*. Pmabiukr 
bktb. Hardvpod flaara, wa'uro Manor 
bliad* for all wiadow*. oil ipor* boat*r 
aiu«hod garage anil uttlliy room N**r 
tohoou and Bug A buy ai ^^enrt 
fuD pnr* $/DUU 

ft 100 raih. IM M canathlv 
r*T? ir*n~Ugi~dr J M 'Wieanaa Bvaninaa. 

f «d33 ^ 



Bevettoronm famtly hnm* aiih Uirva bed- 
louma. Lnvfly largo Uvti.g-r*ogi piiii Rr*- 
pUta. dimng-ion«. *moU d*a. hu<-n«a aa 
Ihv maiti (UJtt Tht«a badraom* aad batb- 
Muot up*iatr« TYita beiru has b*en n- 
d«io*ai*d kad U to Up.iou MiadlUon Pull 
baseawal ailh furageo *i<d laundry iroyt. 
a*uotal( garwe aad ss.ludad ioi alut 
klirub* fruli iree* and ail iya«a el ftoaerg. 
Bi.vlltia i«.-M f/STA 

PuU price $6850 

CoaUci M Broltbaaltg. Bvtf, oggpl 



I A HOME AND 12 ACRES 
I $ 10,500 

VBRT ORBAT Bl-RDXVIBJOM 

PoeaiBaiTna 

• MILBB ODT ON BUB BBRVICB 

LAbd U ail ritartd gad lh*r* ar* *orao 
*ar*.l*at buiidlM flto* BaaelTh ••t*r 
anuJd be ataUsbIe Th* hma* 4 g rouau. 
a* bmmeni that baa b*H madcrplgad 
tod ihet* are a auaibfr pf goad bulldtagg 
Or a pcirtlaa af the land eta bt bmigli 
toparately or iba haua* aad «haUr*r load 
4**>r*«r raa b* pureha*td. at aa adjiutad 
prica Teribg ar* araiiaai* 



A<fT IMMEDIATELY 

Contact Mr Bm>ly - BflM. Bvtr . K IgpS 



FAIRflELD 

Home ohd Revenue (9 Rooms) 

Well buUI g*mi-buBf*la*. to bat part af 
r*«iaemul dtatrict. half blork from «*a 
B*g «niranra hail, larg* Uytng.room viib 
BreaUce d*a vYlh BrapUc*, dtoing-raam. 
I bedroomi. kurhen with novk 4-piw« 
Paaibrnta baih aa aula llaar. • badmaw 
and iawtng raam bpitolr* PuU bataauni 
alln furaac* BoMraia gar*t* * raua* 
reiitod at pr«**nt |« «k,:cllgnl IcuaBlg, 
totvifig • far awn*r. Price Include* furni- 
ture rarpata. drape*, rang*. g> « n cn/h 
etc Pull prica $ I UcOUU 

Ask for TO. Clark* 

Pvemndk. vmpir* nfl 



Thu PioMriy Ukcly |p B* Bold Wlibin 
M Hacirg 



Member R«ai Baiaia Itoord *I Tlaiorto 
lOM OeVCRNMBIfT BT. O dll 



BBAirriPuu.v rfHMHHgn owptn 
LBAVINO VICTORIA 



$6500 



— COMOX — 

SEA VIEW 

MnrirRN HOMB OP PIVf ROOMh K'lt. 
BAnpMKNT. (harming grauna* vr* «>l 
K* *nd mountoinJ CTm* lo tl'opping 
gehtra gad golf eaurog. 

PhatM and furtbir pectuuiora ui elfin. 
WIOIfT CONBtnBR YflTTORIA PROPIHTV 
nt PART KZCHANfIB 



Boormon Investment Co 
Limited 

gyn VlfW BT PRONB Bllil P M< 

M*mMr R**l Bltate Baard el Vhioria 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 

Bertlag TUlpri* Bine* IMJ 



I’LL BUY THIS DREAM 



ROCKLAND AREA 
Close to Bus Service 

Bp* t-raomad oiur** wiUi Ui rough ban. 
Urge llvlag.raem vilb Breaton. wab 
floorv. gintng-roow atih aak flour largo 
aabiftct htuhon. ulo aiak. wired tat *l*e. 
•nr rang*, uiuity room. I lerta brdrooma 
With riothew atotata. k-ploca bathroom, 
dean. 'Caneealad Malta ta f iniohed bad- 
room* uMisirs. Pull eament basenenL bel- 
valor beallng. drlao-Ui gar- * i nnr\ 
ogt Pin* pardtn tol Prtr* $Ia,UUU 
Aak for T B Manh 



Till! h>..i.r *11 ihske you -*v hr.i (hat 
TYier* IS tog'.ir ruoiltiit and Value b«(h 
liiaid* and Ml , Pri'ib •(]» *i;«t*iic« ImII iou 
*' ir' a luiig-raom rarpeird 

frr,ffl vail In Wall io psiial viib mod*'>, 
k'll VI M -I ^Li.'-ni]i lurtiHbf* (A aui' (lie 
rn|>m. bMui Vn lablea. Ihrnt-piara «««i(»bai 
ri»*l«tli*id and radio, uid aetld ihtuia at 
the aiMcTo*! Plum h»re you a*lk into 
l„ur brdrtMim al-u *»p*n«iv*iy rarrfblod 
lir-m vail »« wait lornliiir* ronviriing o7 



A Bno tour-rooo boort lor (aa. 
8«( veil back on l*wl ioi which I* 
*•■11 riaikvd vtih An* bulb* ahruba 
and Irult itaoa Bepa- WCOAn 
rai* garage Puu pric* 

lAat far Mr. Hnpai 



A. A. Green Realty Co 

M4-MHI OORDOM BTRBBT 
Bid* of coach Ltoo* • iikiu 



1124 OOYIRNMByn' VTBCVr 

okidi 

Mvmbvr el 'he Victoria Rval Bkiai* Board 



GORGE— STUCCO 

Rrsi.g new 4.r«Mm modern b',i-gai< * m 
land loiaUoi. lUi ivtry modrra lealuw 
llrvplara. bardvood ftoora fuU eamem 
batnmgai wttb tumm* laundry cub* and 
dritv-in laragv albO I PINlBHCti 
HrVJMB A rin* lol and la a gaud iuca. 
nan PRICB AKO A wrT/hA 

SNAP AT $OJUU 



LEACH & SPARKS 



4-reoa oiutco buna*!** witb lull 
aaOMOt bawmaci and hol-alr hral* 
Ing Brparki* gartg* WTACA 
Puu pric* $/40U 

lA*k far J. Adairi 



CLOSE HOLLYWOOD 
CRESCENT 

50 Yords From Beach 
$2000 CASH 



RP -Ul 

"SUBURBAN BUNGALOW" 
4 ROOMS— LOT 67 ' X 155 
LAWNS, TREES. 
FRUIT TREES. BERRIES 



5 ROOMS — $3900 

Walking dutanr* tram loan tin* iidi’-g 
bungaia* will aaon toll Can b» rlther 9 bf 
} badraom R* baaamaei Lev da*jb.tay' 
ktoet. Bauar burry. 

AM far Stan Bvana— Bvtoutgi. o klkf 



J. H. WHirrOME & CO. 
LIMITED 

Ml OOVBRNUIRT WT. YDCTOlUd. • C. 



OFF OAK BAY AVE 

RPLBNDID g ROOH'BUNOALOW. to p*r. 
feet eandUiPP T)ir** kadraoou. Utiag- 
raom with luapla,*. *nlrai«<* ball, dinibg- 
Tanm PIC* kitchen *|tb pantry flARD- 
WrXIU PLOOkS Naanmeni ai«h (urna-a 
oarage Pine aaruaa Cbichco houv 

Bxrifpi-noHAC wcncA 

VALl'B AT $5250 

1 ACRE — ELK LAKE 

Aod ntPl |.r«a» MHUg* viib llgbl wsicr 
and batbraom. Nice iwrauan 



NEW LISTING 



A KOOM IMU'BB viih la* avu af piumb- 
I In* and full b*a*ir)»ai pip*ii lurna, *. 

■*'Mv. dead garden wiUi b,*,|i 
ml taaldrn ul 
dl.irttia In lit* euy. - . , _ - 

PinX PRIL'R $6 1 00 

Aak lar 4 . Ptaraan B ikTi t«*<.iMgi 

ROCKLAND ARtA 
WALKING DISTANCE 

A RBAimPUL BUNOAUrW. through hail, 
I»V'H itvii,s.io«a KiHlian wKb (i»*d r-i k 
Prn,br*a* barh Automatic all lurnar* and 
hui waier h*ai Oaea blgb baiaawni. In-td 
Thi* would be »*rv 
ruilal I* rat peoBle *|ili a buairetv in -awn. 
and «* one ..I the hnea«.bul'< bungal’rat 
a* bsv* bad ip y*aia-ia ipucl*** iwndi- 
( •• and’in 111 rea.lv to s**n i* o* spore- 
kl*-e,| OOOD YAUIB SOAAA 

AT TMB PRICB OP $8900 

Cal) Mr Oravn. IkiU. Ivautoga 



pp-la-dato modgnt k.radn akuc** 
buaniow viin owrald rwot, bulli 
IMP toi*v anty M* Ni«*ly laid aui 
garden vllb rtmtnt vslb* and 
patio llouat to fulip IniulaUd giib 
tbroNkh hall dtor chlm»a. iwa 
targa badroama, liring.faem vltb 
Braplgca. bright dhilna.raam with 
ieia 01 viudawi. hariTwPad flaora 
Ihrpughnut ineiudtog bedroom*, 
dream kUciMn with to«* af cup- 
h#e?d4 ind rtffliPirl# tftuodfv fMiB 
off Pun eament bnaamenl viih 
lw>(.*ir furnace and dri**.in par- 
age. Tbu beautiful properly rmiid 
not b* duplicated an Vanroo**r 
lalarid at (hU bargblw prk* If 
Tfwi art miereatad In btivlng a bun- 
gala* II wlU b* daUari to yaur 
packet la **• IbM dAATC 

wrwparly Br*l $77/5 

(Aak far Mr. Repbunii 



A ahlw atiKM 4-roam bungalaw Juat four 
yearg plA with a fairly Urg* llvlaa.raaa 
from which vou caa gtt a via* of Mount 
Baker god A* at* a torg* klicbro with 

I plenty at cablnei* In oaiurol auud Bnish. 
•Plei* Pembroke bath, two good bedrooiM 
Diabed In pastel ahaAr*. covtd ceuingn 
ihreugheui, and a gwod eamant tmaameot 
oaarly etgbl faat high with * hoi-air lur- 
usc* piped to Path room Thorgg a law- 
ply toyar pf Rubberatd aador ih* aia*** to 
wur* warmth and dry living anndiiwns 
AUag with iba haute ar* thro* attra toU 
ihai ar* varih tdM •aab Tb* owner la 
raiurniflg u (ha Prairl** *i the mhI *f 
thia maoih aad mwi tall bafar* iba* TR* 
fuiiBriatw WZACA 

ably $6950 

lAab far Mr. Brvvim 



4 ROOMS— MODERN 



R* have . i..<* .iwti* muittrii bubgalaa' 

I r MIC ..•• i;-' v( . I*. I, t>p#l> 

fi.ro;> r («„ bedi-A'Iia 'ouiMt a.irheii 
*i:d lour-biacf be<(ir*>>a> oUo gera*r 
A n«a *>• tang* i- ta,-iut]>d ffCOCA 
.1 (hta PMC* $545vJ 

Phanr Mr Bmri). BflkA, Xve* , B !■• 



A vary emnpaci atuea* bom* built I vea-t 
ago Coniiat* of Uvu>g-raam aim lir*- 
ptkca tod oak floar coMitet biirb*n 
Wirad far rong*; I b*drvui«M. Pemkruko 
bathroem. baagmaot furnaaa Muautaiadi. 
bad baa on atiscbad tarag* No| a larg* 

, 0 . „„ JJgQQ 

Aak for Biaa Ivon* Cve* . O k>M 



VERNON MARTINS. CO, 
LIMITED 



$3950 



png rheap at 



Ha )M 

"GORDON HEAD 
BUNGALOW'* 

RANCH TYPE — 6 ROOMS 
H-ACRE 

NEW, HEATILATOR 
FIREPLACE 

w*ll racwtruBled vltb Waal ftoov 
plan aiMaptuint living.ronm *iib fir*- 
glact. dloaiie, rabinat kiictwrL baUiiawot. 
tore* bedrnoma large ullUly nwm. brevrr- 
war to garage Whlla aiding etiertnr 
aiiA Dur«eJ roof. Land all level and un- 
der cuiiivaiion Mora : 
dealrad Very raaaanably 
prtred al 

Itkdg eaab will b*nd4 



McCANDLESS REALTY 

•«4 PORT nwirr. Ptiana BBIII 

tavalag* Mr Rogers n MM or 

Mr. BrldoL O IMI 



REVENUE 
$115 MONTH 

PLOB OWNIM ■ ni7-C04fTAUrBD 

aUTTR 

Paad laaatlaa Three baihraonu. new 
Ouretd roaf; totorlor newly rtnovatod 
Oaner muat tell thi* monib to vithn# to 
aacrifie* lor 12 IM DOWN. Baiana* by 
M'uimn* moriOM* aayabU at m OMnth 
Her* w a eana apporiumty to bav* good 
Itvinp acrommndailan. plus good parceni- 
eg* aa innaiawnt ▲ > 

Pull prir* $6400 



CITY— CLOSE IN 
WALKING DISTANCE 



1140* DOWN lian-tiei aril.biiill •.(•Mm 
a MU Mfling bunjLajuw no l**ge tai NI-, 
I. K. anil uan both wnh Brri-ucee. I *<a,«| 
todrooctii rsMnet kitrVi»n aim* li,t ranee 
2 (K* baihraatn auiiunblit utter bettor 
and p'Mty rai.m PuU bneepirn' H A 
li.tnara and geparai* d-c^c/\ 

■aibte $5/50 

rail Mr Brown. O IkYo 



•-year-aid 4*. -rasa aidiag bungalaw to 
kpotleu emdiitoa (n*i4* and wui Onod- 
Mar Urlna-rwom with liteplt'e 9 me 
badraami eotonat kitchen unb diixiig 
aonk. 1-pier* Pembroke haihrnnRi nill'<v 
raem wlUi laundry tub* Nice M atih 
fruit treee and buabta Priia ci.riuiiet 
aambittrd fM and oU range 
•I tt>* bargain prtc* 



WINDSOR ROAD 
CHOICE LOCATION 

Pivv-raoiBpd- iiiKaa bungalow In 
eirellaat rendltlna Large living- 
racdB. giwaitotu ainibg-raam. I 
bedroom*. 4-pte<*JMilb and maderti 
kiKhan Pud lemar.i baactoent wlib 
flnishtd room and garaa* Rai- 

Prw-*'" $10,500 

lAsk for C J Rarnagtanl 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 



ESQUIMALT 



SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 



^ CITY -l-lamity bataa, «nly 
a . ve*r» old Main Hoar ha* larar living* 
riuim npei. Ilrenlt'* glntoa l>■a(n o«k 

fiMsrt $ bftimHimg Mil<»n mnyi»fn 

k, <,het. <i4 Milk 4-p|r<» batbruum h»;i- 
r,m,a„;>3 guir* on upper fkMir Ml go ret «. 
(•Ttxigiini al ] tiiaa raams and 2 -p<*ra 
baii.rtoin* Pul|.*ir*d baae/nent. l bedr-t.rn 
sr.d ruiNpua room, tolisi B»d gbuwvr Pep* 
araie earsa* U( llalfd TYiU 4 a beau- 

l , 1 ,i home aod revknui. #10 rtnn 

rVLL PRICB $ I 2,000 

Call A Uacattor. BkilA Biaolbg* 



$5350 



xin^ATBP ru-i'ir fw ••■rh « 
anh ua'iEriu- fu>n*>» 
'r garave Muders < ■ 
laM •)! •rm.ti'ii la .Vd will ii 
■eediaif p.a*a**toa both a 
auilrr. Price to 

Cull Mr M*nderwin 



Call Johnay 2eme* 



GONZALES— OIL-O-MATIC 



OAK BAY— SPECIAL 



$6750 



p4 u B wfU ^ilt Mder type bungatov 
Pive rooma newly daearaied Pull cement 
boaeotent, bn( air piped furaoe* Baparsto 
garagt Ctoaa ie aehaol and w-*oc/> 
bud. Thi* la a very good buy at to / 03U 
I.Y M* win hudle-Uailog tidi. 

A«k far Mr Andtraoa BHIt 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 



TO CLOSE AN ESTATE 

W* are iniinicted to dlapaa* of (hree- 
roam gldlng cuiiag* toea'ed el 134 

Ooed Awbu*. Baankh nte* M 

aele^d alth hedge tavni trull tree*, 
berrlea erfetalii* gardvn. taw* woi«t *beR 
imsil gar ra>i|e end wood and eeal nave, 
other iwmnmlRft-in.T b« poirh**«d U 

^mrgd Wtlltan *lt*ia, er* invited !»► 
for* March II. l>4d Arrangement* u 

tovTwrt pr aim iwi ran be mod* by plienlng 
Oil* olfir* Tb* higbm or any offer 



FRASER BISCOE'S 

Md OOURTNBT BT I 



SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR 

r*u auuM Iblok yap vara mile* away 
end yet ya« vouM .be anly tl* milM 
from ibi my oenU* oa a paewd hidbway. 
A leevly t*o-y*sr-«1d faur-roam Ininyald* 

aiiuotad a* old am* ThR hams gZanda 
bign and dry aod hw Mealy eiev af tbe 
■** and mauntatna Rdum cwailai* of 
tort* Ilvlng-raom with flraplaca (w* niea- 
itoad htdraam*. pada m ooblwaf bitobao. 
thiva-piae* baihraam PoB eamani boaa- 
meal *l|b Uundry Mibi and *aoRA 
garage ftoal pretaa(-day vatoa toOYDU 
Liadng No. IfBd 

Ask for Mr Winiar 

Mvmbvr ol Baal Bttoia Board of Viaiari* 



EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
UPLANDS 



HAGAR'S 



TAYLOR' SPITTAL 

MB. T4d TAT« mkCTT O *}M. 0 



OAK BAY SEAFRONT 
DUPLEX 



KENNETH J. DAVIS 

Raal t*(*t* and Inidrane* Ag*nt 
BM«Y 

CampbaB RuiMiag. tg« Oaugi** dirasc 



A beauulot astoblHltod hamo with fwi.r 
todroarn*. dao. iwv baUtraooH all host- 
Ing hail-ocre prottortg. baautuullf larvr. 
Raped. In lavna ahruM. roa* arbnurt *tc. 

«"■ $ 22,000 



I O An Bttracilv* 

I 7ryUU lomUy noldanag in * 
omsfY. aaaiudad garden A lovety Ura* 
Dvina-raom. guaec-aiM dlninf-roam. 
Pr*w*b dwira (a pun paraJi. aaaeiaua 
dan. folly modar* aleairie kitehan aod 
paniry U**tar bodroom aiib lain 
aaphaard* has Ita awn amoU boU with 
aaira euptniards and 4-*e iiied balh- 
raam. All «ak flaara a ftreptoea* Open 
aieirway lead* I* uppat hall. 3 bed- 
ronibv and analMr J-pc baUjrnnm 
PWl) baoament, eaira tnuet Ml ante, 
mstie tmi-witor be*Mom tYit* huuae 
hta been radecoraiod Ihraugbaul 'all , 
wbiw wnodaerk An Men famity hnme 
medavaulv priced Low laaa*. Owner 
)*avtng city, 
do* Hr 



SWINERTON & CO. LTD, 

•W BROYfORTON TT. • tYlPI 

^ Batabittheg lidi 



Y-raum autie and •-room 
euii* wtdi poattaotoa la bath 
Well built Uodaro In detail 
Biuevo ■ year* atd Koi 
water, eutomatia all baating 
<Hrdan w<Ui Iruii iraaa and 
• lep* tooting dawn to your 
beech Onabarraaied ate* at 
•ra. mouaiains and •him 
going by iaipottton bv op- 
poloTment anly. Tarnw 
Rariutiat 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 



MODERN 6 -ROOM 
BUNGALOW— OAK BAY 



Clna* to rvaanug prc.perty <on»rtiifg *1 ) 
auiiet with bni at-.g aold water and f 
oiiigif rooMu reniKd an aecnml flnn* *:ih 
Mttoband bath tepetaic reaano* oval IldO 
par month 4 ttai biw room* aa Prtl floar 
far owner oiih 4.piac* ne* madam baih* 
roam Pull baWmanL iurnas*. laundry luao. 
ballet and ahaaar. i>o*rato ROCAA 

garage Pr»o* oa term* toOtoUU 



BRENTWOOD 



Ne*flv na* B rnam buags«>p wuh hnuhed 
r'-^xn opa'air* PuJi b*-eme,i| *nd farnsie 
NMA c«m»frurti*n Jhit u # t c\ rrirt 

atir*'’.v* at tolU,5Uv 



OAK BAY— SPECIAL 

IP YOU ARB UX'KUIO lay an altar li** 
heoM lb hrti.aiaa* aondtuom fin* laoaUan 
laa taker. vto*a m tahaM. • roam* aeaiy 
garnrairn, fan boiameai and **m ihsl 
•2 4d0 wul moet rou la. rva ihu w4U-b«iU 
bcima loday- And full price 4 #-aocn 

•wlf • to/ 05 U 

A THREE-BEDROOM 
BUNGALOW 
NEAR JUBILEE 

nirM bodranm* oa an* ftonr' li 1 la fleet 
(laa* vandiuno. tow. Vry nice lUb porch, 
rooiuf llviag.rnam The kitehan ta aeu 
arrargad and bodroom* viib l*u oloun. 
Ilghi Belter ittn. It'* got a fuQ oa«aman( 
With furaoM. The aoaor boa ukaa good 
corn af tb4 comfoviabla home ana u 
•tiling tf no* at a bargain *ne* 



D***. 



, tie Ml# ef ihii mnat 

geti/ai,,* •mail |*t<a near Branlam* Til. 
'••e A»wrMi'n*'v;i « acr»< cf Hiwr* tai,a 

-*"*ii**al 2 ^ • Y"*'** 

af II. Mg in Ib40 '• bvie raarbrrrW !■ 
huertad feul* Iree* i,fA.tarti nnmr of 4 
r'jom* 7 year* aM Oilbuilding* canal** 
af BauUrv hoiiae lar bfld bird* braoa • 
fem*M. * 01*11 grteohau** *«p*ra(s garaa*. 
8in«ll b«rr* gM At pfMni 

1i hg g tP.i «uh 

•taciri* B ,mp Huawer tria oe* v*i*r 
a *tna si* bein* laid p*i- rh* p,np*r'r 
iearyibiog on (bt* farm ■* in 'in.'** abaa* 
• Id *• uehft.alingly ttc.moirid ll 
lulwsia* tiaiing ^ « tr\/\ 

Tales tW)S PfllrP to I 2 , /OU 

A*b tor Mr Ni'h,.|t„r. Bear»n lldl. Doi 
ar Night 



RANDALL'S 



WATERFRONT VALUE 

Thig wary attratuyo k-room 
whilo aidtog bungatov viruld 
auH llto rouble vha lib* a 
duift. theuared tocatlno ap 
ibe vaierftwni. not far from 
Victoria. A anoiheen raaoa- 
ore and laaaty yttw Tactni, 
and rood vaip* gi 



FAIRFIELD 



aatiaa fall baeamer.t. 
A paad bav ai rterwin 



Bdoardi. tvening* B MM 



$5250 



Waiai/.g diaianre N*arly net g-|jedraMin 
hMe* oiih fun baeemec i fur-. 

OMS and gsrag* poet gerdea to7UUU 

JAMES BAY 

StX-R(Xrto Howi virh -waaemeiM aid 
aeariy n«* turn*,* garag*. gMto geraai, 
Nnuie 4 bright end etoan wxCAA 
Immadiato pa*m«*l*a toOOVU 



OAK BAY — SEA VIEW 

A complat* • • raom baaBtlaa 
Unwn*toua with i aua raom*. 
uMtaifv by aancoatod atsir**** 
oak ftoara in main roams, fu.l 

baioment witb furnae* aad garag*. 
Mae aoull graanboua* and larg« lai 

vltb Iruli tree* Ooo* to bus 
line Pm gairk sal*. 



S-raoo) **1(04* to aire oondliino Intidf 3, 

SS. • $2500 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 

BatoblUbad toll 

dll PONT BTRBNT PMONI O till 

MeiHher af tjto Rooi Beuto Board 
*1 Viriarla. Ic 



•jtQCA— Owner hM bought t torger 
100./V home and aamenat boa apwor. 
tuDity to guKhaa* far gheitoa* ifiaa 
prciabudsy bulldtlg coata OtoM 
atjreo aUracifv* ecertor. and Ui# 
Inatd* to *p**tMn(. H*lng.*aam wuh 
firowtoaa I badraami Pombrok* hath, 
ronm and a dream kitchen vtib dlo- 
Hig *waaa Riab eemani bnaamenl 
with garagi Urg# IM euMIvaiag aod 
tarroaod 

Hr fwrthae intorawNam piga** phont 

MR mNMt ami. tar w wiRkt. 



•netflon aid dam# a 
4h4 ano ff tnieregtxf 

$6500 

Wanted, revenue ptoparty. ctoo* In. eelf. 
aonuirad taliea or torgt raomiac hau** 
Mum anew at tooat Id PtR CKNT etoar no 



Cafe buair.ew, g^ 

Wwd buatoeoa A*t 
» a mangy-dkaket 



$6850 



MT. TOLMIE AREA 
VACANT 

U<'der&, noeea bunga.a* 
Uvinf.reooi with tlesMUtM 
flreplac*. dinaite | beuranka* 
and bathroom Aiiarhed 
ItY'age Corner tot 
Hir term* 



Price 



$8500 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 



$1800 



BEST BUY IN TOWN TODAY 
NEAR OAK BAY 

Ws klnevrotf belieea this to be Oacawiieoal 
**jwd *1 tM price oakad Jat( Uir** r**r* 
**<!■ $k4 modern home ea a large toi 
witB a lot af atiractlva wtraa atonda eui 
*Mag dtkar flat ba»e* Uetop room vifh 
flWiaee canire hall with Iwa bedfroma 
•><;Ud a amari kitahaw v'tb diamto *(L 
Badawani wlU faraae*. garag* A very. 
w*»T bUroaMv* ■ '• 



Anmher Bo* hauM of 4 roa am 
Vltb } tou Thera to g fgu a*, 
moni baaeoMnt wUhTwntM end 
a taad gar^ien vuh fyuii irae*. 
du. orroowod w p**Mda aeeiuatM 
J 7 cmodera.-yprtomi 

Col icr. cwiBBgai~Rvto . a km 



$4950 



$4250 



$5300 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

IIIJ DOOOLAB BTRarr 



■"•7VBNDIWB. 

Mr MeOanaid B IH2 Mr Rallmark B 2347 



MEHAREY & CO„ LTD 



Phone n fnfl 



HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD, 

Vtow ai Brood •41II4-I 

lYwtnga O idM. Bolmoai 4dR 
Member Real Bsui* Beard a< TtotorU 



GOOD MORNING! 

rm tore rau WMId like to tiv* M (tie 

huaei Mrt *1 uw Njgb Qundra Cool 

wo will Ilk* The tirtM *f gordewt viih 
• ^fVMi ^hei Mptolee (M* wewdo/ful 
Rordwead Bnoyv evew kd the ri*(h«a 
rUeei* Aod Oil yeuc* fer 



HALLMARK & CO. 

•f CBkmuL 8 LDO. did VIBW rr. 



"IXL BUY THAT DREAM" 

TkM bam* vtB mab* you aay flyot Out— 
IP TOT-RB LOORTNO POd| « BMART 
MOTtBN POfTR-ROOdd tl UfXO BOMB 

nr TT ni oomo t- w c w w« ra t owntirr- 
Tfmri d dandt not watbn iifAT- 
Oia PLAirr bbparati oRHAnt and 

TWO CRCnCB UrVR WITH ^WN PBriTT 
TRIM. BBBRnB. BURUBB. NTT AND 
QCIC K pn RBBBBICIIl. wm tow DOWN 

^ $6750 

Uaaod BMJumaoty Wttb 



LAKEFRONTAGE 



14950 — CASH OFFER 

OMlartobta solidly bulH k-roam alir bwo- 

K m wttb (beaugb boB wtoo. aemaana- 
hnafl-roam sod dlniag.roem iftre* 
•tore- Itorg* famU? klfcbea and tw* doad* 
•toH bad ran ma Wirae gu rg batbyoom Pull 
bigh boaoment uaed a»d hettoir MPVd 
fltraaoa Tv* Mu. aer? f aaaawa b M idraa 
and uutol bautoeard *4r**t rtoae to eaboola 



UfUet Uk« NIC* UraUaa. 
Hurtowam oat sag* ti M WB rawm. 
4V* bidrikOM kltobao. ottllty 
rawm. >-ato«* bathroom ThU ao«« 
4d#d it farniihad Engulr* today. 

27“ $5500 



$6600 



PROSPECT LAKE COTTAGE 
FULL PRICE $3100 

(WHY PAY RENT) 

POV 8 -NOOM BAAKICM BObft CM! ABQt'T 
AH ACRB OP OBOVND NPCRMILMOUt, 
t-mNO-fhOOM. K f Tr WI TWO BID. 
ROOddR RATBBOOid. BLRBPnfO-POdirR. 
Tiaw OP WATWR HBCnUO PVMP. 
L^^^WBR^BT 



$9500 

VICTOR STANDERWICK 

■ Ik KOTAl. TRUWT Btm B IdB 



VIEW ROYAL 
TWO-FOR-ONE SALE 

TRd bddding (toaol **an *0 Ibta madirn 
Um-l^-ream aii>,to with aoetbar Haall 
ttrak ream. buna* to* dw aaoig large let 

*'3 torn rnomi in (R* mala d**!Ur*t 
%Hh aak ftoar* eweed ralllrig*. Pembroka 
kw4i. 4 rM^ JMXbu BfM^M and fur- 



ARTISTIC CALIFORNIA 
RANCH-TYPE BUNGALOW 

»1»U U»Nd nwRUaa. ■Roatou* 



An a'ltacun, veU-aonatracIN ituccd But- 
•bla* •>tn hall loed-aiae living. roam 

» th fir**Ur« dinut-roau two badrcMna. 

kr-wtoe* Pembroka balbraou bardwnod 
flour* and toil# to boaeukaat. Aotamartc 
boating d^rtvo-m laraw* d ftod horn* 
wbtoh ewuM am ft npRcalgd lar ibe 
Money 



CITY— $6300 



toovtod 



■anxs 



PRICB $8750 ~TT1f*T 

N. H. CAUFIELD 

IN PNdBBRTDff BLDO- 



$6300 



ahM irao*. s^wrlagBam* switobto for 
chib, chtrken iw*. raag bam*, wnh flv* 

aerta and iR ol dpauawg f va an di. *R wut'- 
iravoUd r*^ efaa* to »e« propoaod eowot- 

^hogy Whan rintobod. Id ainoMl to 



FIDELITY REALTY 



HALLMARK & CO, 



pay far ligatt BdU n ne. •M.dii. *4 tm 

RonthiT. IM* rent 

LOVATT FINANCE LTD. 

• A. Ml PDWT BTRarr vmm tim 

PBOtfV B 4d4i 



GEORGE RANDALL 



FRASER BISCOE'S 



GEORGE E. THORNELOE 



t 




rnoHTO 



C*in*f«a 



Prlr» 



26BaUt| (ColoniBt VUtonn. B.C., nisn., March 23. 1950 



tr:%ti 

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CAPITALCITY REALTY'S 
CHOICE OFFERINGS 

QUADRA— CLOVEROALE 

NRA .bulli ('nMMB atuce* bua 
»•!««. ftlU b*MIMUI. 
jAtaakbU Abd bM* Odfia tTJf\r\r\ 
cooaldafad. AMia« prlc« j/UUw , 

Cr>M. Kirk»,‘u itn 

SACRIFICE SALE 
$950 DOWN _ j 

' «T*>r ar» 4-raoB ttocrs ban|al»« pn I 
Hjtalbuurr.a. t«a UrirMiou (ar- 

4 AK. l-Biac* Pambrutt bath. r«blnai lit- 
haa aa« aloaa la laciliuaa. Approatsiatalj 
H b( taa. ,a.« 



BOrSES FOB BALS 



HICKS & FARRANT 
REALTY. 



LIFERS LIKE THAT By Fred Neher 



PHOMI ailM 
PbrlliiC Ko PrpiMB 



THE B.C. LAND m# docolas at. phohi aiiM 

A IvvtrrMiWT A()C!(Cr ltd »»<- aiara P»r«Ui« K» Prpw*« 

>Our nth Vrar la AfAl Cataia> i 

^ $1000 DOWN 

OAK BAY , ' ON COLQUtTZ AVE 

REVENUE HOME "*-»u5bii sunoalow. lanui uviio- 

rtKiB Piih flrapiaia. larpa lUrhatt 
A tiaa-riMm b>in|a>o« «<ih full baaarp* -.vViih piaaita r«li ba*«ai#nt vitb p:pa 
anA Arira.ln parapa. naaif Aacnratad aa<i (uraar# 0««4 AtatataL OowS 
ta Itna. rgaattfem. PLUS a taraa>ra«« far aa caaS. eCCr \0 



^ $1000 DOWN 

' ON COLQUtTZ AVE 

A-nA^M BUSOALOW. LANUI UVlfO* 
rtKiB aiih flrapiaia. larpa lUrhatt 
• iih Aiaaita Pull ba*«mant vitb p:pa 



I ta ftna. 

U 

I trai.ra 
I ClOM l« 



(Utta f<wniaaaA aiUi priaaia ar. 

arC ttMaA ac MO par atantb 
i« aturaa baa vhMi: Col Ou a liO, 



Pull pma 



$5500 



ClM i« aturaa baa vbMi: Lot Ou a liO, 

SS $ 695 o $ i soo down $ i soo down i 



Hl-QUAOR^Y 

$2000 down 

CBPITHtA l-f*)— a at ti aaia and ahuifla boma. 
!itU Laaaoiaoi, fati-aia aaiMrau faiac*. 
arM iirliif aiul Aiiuni -rnoaaa. 4 badrovna 
• >id a Dba ■■riltn A aunaarful lamiy 
iiuiaa and ■o>B( at lha tadmad z^ocn 

brtaa of « 0 O 0 U 

C. O Uatrla. Cat! . O 440« 

NEAR BEACON HILL PARK 

r««ai)f na« o-room aiuaco buapalo* baaa- 
mani. hat>asr pipad fwrnaca. rablnrt bu- 
bcD. a aka btaroaaa, pAtaaa. Uiaaly t*r- 
'iro. aalking diaiai.ci to lava, auod dia* 
*rtci and a nrlandid iLHOa #nAA/^ 

Pan pr.aa jVUUU 

a WiClana O >b» 



taanl U) a propraMiva d ut na b aia -fifJ f 
Tama M OM raab. Mk par aaaib. 

MODERN DUPLEX 
5 ROOMS EACH SIDE 
' POSSESSIQN OF BOTH 

Cloaa In. and )u«t r*da<araiad. an »a(- 
•tandiiiK b.iina ai>d Inaaatmrnl Ut a l.ii- 
raar.bWl duplac of 1 OM aqubf* <***- 



Puta pm la a iaratp <-roaan amm willi ' 
t*a btaroema, Uauif-ruMB, nica bilcfian ' 
and bathroon Haa a lull artaant bara* | 
manl and turnaca # a‘?/*\Al 

Pull prka $4,5 Uv 

CaU Ut Brtcatoe BUM iTlAi 
Uar «r Ni(tit 

GORDON HEAD 



I » Tt BOrflVB FOR SALS 

GARDEN CITY 
REAL ESTATE 

m POUT murr 

PBOKB OOMl - 

. DO YOU WANT VALUE 
FOR YOUR $$$$$$ 

•T wo It tha total prtaa af kbit brand nr* 
{ 4 -r««iaad huuaa Onot to atarjininc Bii»- 
I ktad »b a (urnar lot «IU> a loraly via*. 

4>piart PambroCa both. paJaatal baain. 
' Pull raownt bBaaaani «liB driaa-ln fatal* 

1 Prico tacludoo dra* drapoa in Uaiaf-rpMn 
and ala-'Uk atora. Tbara to an alaatrtc 
bot-naiar baaiar Tuu u aalua atoa at 
' lha rldkultmalr hr* py»« vr~ 

' ivlth um*> ^//UU 

I Pbooa UOMl. Darttma. »«ai. 1 Ml 



^ driTflB iaraiaa. Ixnt>alr pipa ' a brand r.rw aii-raocaad radar aldiiif 
Tiara. IZITM t'aii ut fur' iilua' tnrlwdai thraa tMdruasoa !>' 



lartbar tnlurmauon, iii«j.anion by ap- : mo* aiib firapU.r dlnaita. tafaisal bU- 
P04nuaani ' rhru, PaiobfOKa baUi. ttUilty roMb. aapar* 

1 ata ftraf* Thb boma faraa tiiutb. with ' 

LANSDOWNE HEIGHTS | :J’‘'i.na'** “Scm^^.^tubk | 

SUBDIVISION $6750 

A i«y thukt tw. 13 a 14b, J ) ] 5Q ' 



$6750 



A *vr rhuica IM, 13' a 14b.’ 

at 

PlaaM AiK for Ur w. o 



ROCKLAND DISTRICT 



TWO HOUSES— ONE LOT 
GOOD DISTRICT 



•net and a ipiandid buna <0000 _ . ....... .. I T»o bun«aloaa one ftae-rania. 'tan ar 

Poll pr.ra ^y\J\J\J Charmtnf haute with ddlfhttul irouuda tufa* b«<lJ'uaiii>i Kcdecaraieit laeuia and 

a WXUaoia O 1»3J i •••> ba''* «o •*^i ou*. .Nr* wlr.in and p:u®bin|, rrutad to 

] «wa aaetuing Uani Ji» fmr.t Lantatn* • ^ tanani Tha other four roooa »'ih 

I ava^ AA\ 4 /ki OA vaacKiT I ■••Id » roc®. 4 bedrru^t and j piumMnf. awloBiailc hot «a«*r, 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT Ibatnrtwm.. Drudhtful re«^avtlun room* J f^n baaetueni and luroarr d-OACA 

. I la nufflbar Oil hraied but aatrr. Don l n^M larm Pull nnca SOYDU 

tma 4-roo® efurro bungaiov plua uiillty, | poM up iceing tbi* beauttlul raeWanca da- .. .. w a hil. i..> a I 



"... my report fArd. Pop!'' 



'glia ineula'aa. aatig* hard*'»ad floor*, i aigi.ad by laadti.g arehjiatu 
a.rad for rang* »o* tart* Very fianrabit ■ ^ 

-rrmr ®ay M ariangad CASnO ' 

a auriAtr r,*, . OMl ' WATERFRONT 



$ 25,000 



Of a* BftIM Itu-A> 
Day Of Nlfbt 



I A Agriatr. Btm t nvi 

CREASE AVENUE 



RETIRED SPECIAL * 
KITCHEN WITH A VIEW 



' 0 «el« ana aparbiu* t.roo® 'tdar •hsK* 
.ungaio* gtdttt lurr.tre p»r» -h* . r- - • • 
t-ptara Pantlimka bath rabinal eit'or 
ila aink lotated tn Pirfiy >>*• dlatrlrt 
Trlrad wall balo« (odar i coat of rnnitrur- 

a'^njA'"*" *" $6250 

Ban It'altora. Bm . O ban 



!oak Ka. »,.ar gulf Ui.ki For »w* lha MIt-nciN vv ii n a vit*» 

four.miuo bungat**..jg»t ruix 

h.m ,U./V‘'n. PrVrV.o* VtnT 

I Modern kitchen *uh lo»*lf atao 



HOl%Ct> FOR HALF. 



KER & t 

STEPHENSON 0 , 

TODAY'S SPECIAL BUYS 



HOLKEB FOR BALE 



VICTORIA REALTY 



m YATCM stKfcrr 



Pnona ■ 4114 



REVENUE HOME 



DUPLEX CONVERSION 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



•M CORUOBAJrp rr 

TIetana. B e 



I Oak Bar. l.arfa i-reo® bouto. aary taill* 
I aonaartad ®M a duplav Baa tha raVllhad 
I land apac* Ptna odk Oowa. Hot vaUr. 
lOtl-O-Uatie boat. Baar aaa. Too ahnutd 

ir'-r” $11,000 

PUaM Aik for Mr C It T. Baitbava 



{ terraa. ^ 7 

i PuU prtca J / 

Call Mr Draw. O tng (3M-A> 
I Day or Mgnt. 



$7850 COMFORTABLE— GONZALES fvnla^tl. Jl ^ ' 

l-Ai AREA fumaet. Tarai 



I GORDON HEAD 

' A brand naw cadar MdlAC bungalow, to 



A find Uttlb TURBB-rBAA> 
Ow aturco bungalow la a 
atry bu# location, naar lha 
ta* Haa imni-roo® with 
•PM fucplara, dlnatta. naan 



ftapr*M Aaanua Bight moaiA bruifini tn 
HUM. Tluaa ruom for owner Partly 
fornla::*!. Jt^'nrarnt and eiLCAA' 
furnaea. Tarna Aaklnf . iODUU 
CaU Ur. CbrtattnadB, Baaa, BblOd 



. w A brabd naw eaaar aaoiAC oungaiow. »• 

$ If, 000 5 *“'*** badrooma llatof-roo® with gnehoa, badroo® nnd •*Srg 4 

r ■ w Drrplaro. dtaitia cablnM klUhan, Pa«- utility too® Wnodehad A 

c n T- waguawa grata bath. uilUty room, aaparaio garaga guod IM for thu waJ-butlt 



JOHNSTON & CO LTD 

• 1 C»'ahlT«ri*A 1 gC" ') 

r’.MPirfk INBUHAIH t ninvitc 

BUSINESSMEN ’ 

AomaiiniM aa riltie a propariy lo ordrr to 
•acgre guMTl ranii Thai u *f'» »• 
oday B« 1 **Mia>' g TWO, l*aa<itirjl MOO- 
I'RN. I ioom bui-.calii** (TCMP t*. ®>"i I 
•‘•It bardanod flrnHp'n ba*e 

■lanli. rxaOrm healing kitrenu both nf ' 
h**# h«rue« are ahnui 7 y*mr» nM and to- 
nay Bi* nlleted ki MO M fl.Mb beigw 
piaaeni buHdlnf maia 

No. I ta on tai<"i 4 tar 



I Tlita homo faeei aoutb. with a Oaar *Ww. guj 

iACRE, SAANICH, CLOSE Ih4 1 «lua«ed on #cra ol rood lar»d. ona »or* 

I ' ' ^ I arfa arallabla Tara* 

A ihra*-«*ar.eM radar lhaka bungalow , i»allabla Poll prira 3>0/OUj 

Briranirball *err Urga Utlng e,»iH< alih Call Ur K'l y II tibt ilOkAi 

: r ra-t »taa roa m, kw r . a n Pif WMiTrtrt liTiui 

I Wl»ad fii* a'ailetr rai.ge l«n go««l bed | 

rwnaa fi|il baaaaeant with rumrua r,mm • kri>i 

LSM"r^':r.“rn hicks & farrant realty 

liaya. Pt't Irraa «ata rmnm a« a-v a a a-r I la ll 



$5500 



HIGH LOCATION 



FAIRFIELD 

flao-roon feungalow. Dalaf-rM®. dtninf* 
room, two larn badronau, utrbM and 
.aattcptmi Pul) baaemaBi. CCOCA 
fornara and drtaa-tn garaga 

CaU Mr. ChrMaoMo. Brra. Bb 4 M 

OAKLANDS DISTRICT 



$8500 



CADBORO BAY ROAD 
NEAR UPLANDS 



111 b nocniJta rrRtrr 

PBOKB B IIM Day ar Night 



a<iuai*d llaa .itic.g-rooui 
I ai<h oak flnaa, liraniara a 
bright kluneo. tan larga 
beo'oom* and 4-p **• Pam- 
broka bathroepi lha ceillig 
la Intglarad making IM* a 
rnmfartabia homa in avary 
*ra*'jr A ftna bargain for 
«nl| 



SOMETHING REALLY NICE 



Bntran e hall large lia<'g-r>Mim ailh P'* Afil |l t aomaiMng to ba 

lift' a. giir*t--^:a aiMng.r*nm good kti- ^IDnO fV^WKl prnud of A «mart aiutro 

rliau las haOrnota* i»''t balhraom On*:; ^ « wvw a.eSi/*»ie hi’nia tn an a'iracU*a loca- 

anoihar badr'etm iiB Pull baarment. hat- a.tnMn .Mar aiHme mn,tarnikiie Hb” Ka« ihrnugb ball. Iit- 

• oar 04 ..U-Ma.ie ne.uni dnve.m 



•T# I t« ri„»>^n Iniarkariwn at Inri and ' $1 1 

'®k Bay. i Boma t*rm« J» • I 

riaa*a Au for Mr lla.ua 



'®k Bay. | 

Rallata It nr nut 'hr atyn.g pnra tor a 
lOVBir hPAf.lOUB 'BUNtrA- d7^CAi 
I.OW la nr>)» 5/0 JW I 

|t yob to it wo vaah ai'.t ha.'dia 

PAINTER WANTED 

rKQt'IMAtT 4-rv«m bgigalo* a.iH f.i’l ' 

• apttni bataman, tiirMie l>iea yardan : 
«ttii iniali and larga ftui< Dtla t»nni« n 

a goird iliaa' t:v»* to but la well hih.' . 
•Ith filth rmi ramani baaemrui laolia 
>ama,il right HP |o fiO<«r platay> na« 
OUBOin roof Brlirya pia thta hnma ha* 
■oyala Unaa anrt levaty fraiuraa and only 

• aada paint to pvt II ® Aral- d aCAA 

riaaa ahap*. Only 540UU 

g3 MO handlaa 

•*« Ur. Dktta. Niyhlt B 3040 



d| ] *'’■>* 1 - larv* Uving-room anti open fira 

I f . ptarr n'ea dinaMa. eabinet ktirbai., 4 -ptan 



2 SUITES 

PAmPTBI.D- rioaa in walar Dupla* with 



on oovBnvMfNT irmtrr. otiii 
Uambar Real Beiala Board of VIrtona 

P. R, BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

Beal btaia and Inauranco AganU 
Uamhar Baal lUiata Board of Victoria 
III] BROAD BTRBCT Oltll 

, JUBILEE DISTRICT. 

BRCLirsiTB 

A fiTt-raom bum# of rliarartrr. rotnpna- 
Ing aniranca hall, larga Itilng-iowm wlib 



ptar* n'ea dinaMa. eabinet ktirbai., 4-ptara 
Pambroka path. t«o lovalv bedrcMimy 
ul*>* aool ln*ulataa ihmughout Oil 
neaiar aiih (iiaraoaiat rontrnl Thta it a 
bardmo--MA mopihlir, 

Pull Itriea only 50/ 

Call Bert Pnapa Bvar.ingy K 14*4 



enen fira. fbo®* And 4 baHiroom. PuK 
A.* eament lined barataeni *i'h 

hior'cSim? ' •'P'O fOlAArF Tha lot If 
^ roomy i tonUtna a dofan 

u » '^*** •»*>l Iru't. 

• A retUy fine buy ai the pr.ta 

$ 6750 '« 



$7850 



REDUCED PRICE 
WALKING DISTANCE 



IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
THREE BEDROOMS 



Hera* a gi'AtlTT HOMR 
bur P'l-ronm homo in (a«a)v 



Wall bu'li t-ropmad bunag'.oa with ba*a- toodltiMi ihrougliout and tn 
nenl and ptpad furnara Bound oc'hCA O Rna lorailnn Throurh 



dCOC/t 0 An* lorailnn 
ball. Uving-mom 



nenl and ptpad furnara Bound dCOCA O Ana lorailnn Through 
eonaition. A bargain at ball. Uving-mem dining- 

mo®, a bright kitrhan wnb 

SMALL FARM — TRADE VifB*r *bad"ri;.'S. '."nd TC 

FOR CITY HOME I V' Piping Tbu ta a*atHc«o 

Boraa wuh 

Nina briaa. ataarart; 4 rootna. twaanani, j)„^g roof. 

furnara. garaga. boro, chicban houaaa 
nty watar ana light. 

Prlet 50TJU i/rn 0 I 



SMALL FARM — TRADE 
FOR CITY HOME 



$6950 



V4-'*’ rmtnlmum eMm^r* iVnia dihii.g • TOO®, bluhtn wifad lor alac- 

« tflf range, utility room. t»o bedroom* a*4 



•vallabie Taket only glOOb 
a bandit Pull prira 



$5500 



CAREY ROAD — TRADE 
FOR SMALLER 



KER & 

STEPHENSON 



NEAR OAK BAY 



a'lva.rnnm bungalow ON TWO lOTft 
raXBB only |An Alan ha**raeni piped 
not. air furnare aeparata garage Thl« •* 
•leauilfut property in a aaJeet di**rir* 
fdaat for tha rmiplg who d Z^AHA 

garden ARIUKn 50UUU 

be* kir Arthur. Night* C INI 



bathroom Naw Durotd roof, aaparata 

garaga Baauillnl garden Idaat for ft- Blt-ronwad whilg radar *i 
lirad couple, few aiep* cioag to aiore* and bungalnw. altllty room, a lot* 
iranaportalioo Pricad for dZCAA Prirc 

quirk aala 50DUU 

Aak for Mira Cattrlnall. Beat . o 1311 rPNTR AL PARK I 



I Uambar Beal Batata Board Pf Victoria 
aamt- MB OOTBRKMBKT ■TBCVT O 41 



$6500 



CENTRAL PARK — UNIQUE 
HOME 



Nioirr PHONia 
B«3f ~ 8 3011 - O 1311 



NORTH OAK BAY 

Twa liM* and lorallon are Juai two af th* °iJS^.ai’ rSTiuia^S^k^ tiui 
many featuraa of thia lovely aiorco bunga- w^r 7 ‘ro. 5 ® 

Mcitaluin* etilranea bait. «pac»ou* “ 



1114 riBnan stbcbt 

DAY pytONW B $343-1 
Member Re«| lUtate Buatil 



llving-.nMm. dinliii-room. rmi*arratary. | 

'•» hedrnoma. fnur.plera bathnxMb and •/*****’ *’'■■" 
motlern kllrben down two badruom* up | Beal aalua at 
Pull baaameni Oil-O-Uaile haai Matrh- 
--'ig garnaa Atlrartltely land*eap«d aitb 
a vartaiy of ornatnanlaJ d 1 C 7CA 
abriiM. PuU price 5iO,/^U 



drruMe room In baaanant 



about half an a>r» of land On eair ttraa I 
of II.IBO or leu doan paymant. Why par | 
rent wnen you can buy a home g a AC A I 

hhg ihu? Pf're 54yjU I 

Cali Mr nark. Bte* - ZBW 1 | 

$6300 2’'i MILE CIRCLE j 

Pi*e-roe«ii aentl-bungilow Hot. water heat-j 
l|CE Pevao Iota. Numeroua fruit tree*! 

^n^girub.. 

Cal! Hr. Clark Bye*. B Mil 

$1000 DOWN 

B'lrnaida dwirtii Plfe-room frame bun- 
gam* with baa^mrni furnaea and driya-in 
garage, git a month on eCACA 

balanrr Prirr 55U3U 

850 C*" **' Oovan. Brea. O 3MB 

)N dean HEIGHTS 

I a aery gond att-toom hnoM In opoiie**^ 
fOftriiitDa Livliig-ronn dintna-rodm and 
fireplace and rabinai kitrhan with dlnirg 
*pare down, thre* bright bedrooma and I 
bathroom upatmr* Pull ba»e®*nt. H.A. I 
furnace, and aeparai* garaga. #^OAAl 
Good valbt for lOjUU 

IBoma tarmii 

Call Ur. Uowan. Bar* , 0 3g4d 

$1200 DOWN 

000 Ba*y terma and ta*y Inieraat an balanra I 

Pour-room bungalow ■Uuat*d la tha Oargo 
diatrlct. Thraa-pitco bathroom Nlea rurn- 

$3700 

CaU J OeUmn. Bvaa. 0 3103 

lorla Older lype atc-riM® bunaalaw t*rga Ha- 

n am Ing-room and Ar*oUoa, dlnlnt-room •malB 

” rooma hare napl* rioora>. 3 bcdmomi. 3- 

pior* bathroom, atihty with lubamnd kit- 
rhen and panto. Durnid roaf. baaemttit. 
new furnar*. aide garage, good dCCAA 
garden Tara* Priee 500UU 

Call J. DaMa® tea*. O 34A3 

Wa alao have loma modarn bungatewa B*- 
retJent bay* dCZAA 

Banging frnm 550vv 

And UP. on tvrm* 



I DESPERATE— BARGAIN 

^e^^AA — BaraUcot I - roooad 

bom* wttb fuU baaameni Hot- 
I air piped furnaea with aawduat barnar; 
j aeparata faragi naw Duroid roof ,Tbti 
j hum* la all otwly dacoraied Thera or* 

I 3 rompiaie baihruoma. and can b* 'anted 
' a* aelf-cuBtalnod aulif* or Uahi bauaa- 
I ktep.ng room* Prtaaot rettnoa U llll 
I par monlb and 3-momad autt* fur owner I 
I Tbu is iB Jamr* Bay. aliuatad oh hmb I 
> location and aacallant ranttag dlatnci | 
Moat b* aoM Ihl* weak k act BZZAA' 
la«t. PuU pnea only, $OOUU 

To vlrw caU M. Moray. Bt** . B4I3B 

i SMALL AUTO COURT 

I Poar-unit auto court. ruQy BMcrti tn avery 
i reapeet mtuatad oh a Biatn blfhaoy. fuat 
' 13 mllat Bot of tha city Owing M alrk- 
I new of tbf ownfr w* baa* barn gitta tb* 

, carluaiaa nrIvUago of diapoatng of tht* 
rholre wali-furr.tahad auto court, Oaar an 
art* of aicatlant lahd'Uiat may ba put Into 
lawna or gardana or uaad foe additional 
' unlU - Tbara ta a loaaiy alaw of aaa and 
I muuntalru Th* whola b«;ng aftarad (ar 
I th* total low prira of CIA AlAA 

(tom* lanna> 5 I UcOUU 

^ May ba man by appolfllmanl woly. 

PItaat Aak for Ur Moora 

SMALL RANCH HOUSE 
IN THE SKY 

Truly on lop uf Ut* world le th«a bugtitul I 
bill* ranch boua* cooauung ol tour apa- 
rioua rootna and bath. Siluatad high on a 
biu with J<iat uiidar an acr* et mod 
airawbarrlaa galura LlfUig-roo® la An- 1 
labod In natural wood ond haa larga pic - 1 
- tur m window* out af wblrb op* haa tb* 
■uui baauutul aitw ttoaglnabU Two larga 
bedroooia wltb amp® elooat apoco. Cuu ; 
Uttl* oobiBot felicban opantag oaio pat*o. j 
Atiacbfd doub® garage Th® bom* ® ta I 
tbg laal gaagao of eomplottoa and aowbore i 
gfo you dopUeato it at lb# #TCAA 
prtca of (wltb tarmai*.* 5/^VV 

Aak for Ur Moot* | 

WOULD COST $11,500 
TO BUILD- 
AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT 

I 

Owner will aarriAc* High Qaudta ttweeo 
bungalow 3 b*«in>om*. gnnd-altad dining- ' 
room. Uting-room wttb Areplace. bardwcod , 
’ noor* Coaad railing*, ntr* kitchen Driaa- 
In garage Nice high boaeoiant Tht* bnua* 
la in apoilaao eondltion maid* and out 

sasoo 

Term* Arranged 

A** Mr. Moore. OOMl. Monday I 



BOrSES FOE SALE 



IR I T H ET— B 4 2 5 1 

OC1B Mtb TBAB 

I MUST SELL 

DRIVE BY 321 MOSS ST. 

' And ae* ibu tery graeWua IhirArld bumr 
BaraUaDt canaituctum. amah ntai gartian 
in **ry &u* abrubbgrr- located on a rtfow* 
oari uf Uva* Btriat hall grand. 

apaeWua llying.roum aaa ArtplaKt a lull 
' dining-roon. r**y dea. e«-lrch oak floor 
like na*. utc* kitehon. tl® aioa. ouaU fur 
raiin* glettru domaat® hot **iar TKKkI 
BBOBgOUd. OOUBLI PLCMBINU. luU 
camar.i baaemtnt beat to all touaa Bap* 
arata garoam' Tbu boma b*J been etirp- 
tM>naU> wall carad ioc and u m apiandid 
condiiifD A mnat atiraciiy* pric*. ap- 
proiimaialy hall caab. ba®i}r* wnoCA 
I aa rant Aakmg 5YY0U 

Pb«o* for an aptMiinimani aud our tawa- 
m*B *UI ahu* you through 

OAK BAY 

CLOSE TO GOLF , COURSE 
' 7 ROOMS— H W. HEAT 

A Boa family boa® of aetco aiiratuv* 
, room* Budi on il® Ibruuah ball piai.. 
1 boat of oouainicUoc The mab, Hour ha* a 
Urga Uruu-rwoBo. gueit-iii* dltil)<g-i=vm. 
two (DC* badriMma, feur.pieva Paniuron 
baibrooin. caoiitgi kiteban iwirad fur 
' rang*', tuad aiRk Oak Huori Inlaid Uno* 
Conrcalad aialrway to two large bedroom 
-PuU, btgb baaemetii Boi-watcr beat to all 
room* Car apare Located aoutb ol ih* 
Avenue, uaa* in acfcooi. atoua ouA uani- 
por:a;Sun. Pgneed ooroar lut BvaryUung 
Ir. apetlcaa oondiiioa Uuat in loaurio* 
Ttrc-a can ba arrangtd CIA / rir\ 

i AakU® 5lZ,OUU 



irorsEs FOR s.\lb 



*•[ lOVD' 



SIX DE LUXE 
SPACIOUS ROOMS 
ALL ON ONE FLOOR 

Bara a a brand-ntw roncb-lypo bungalnw 
with bnrk and atuco* aateriur aatra well 
bum arul Bnlabad In Bn* vockmanahlp 
iDtido and ooi An eacallent n*iu piah. 
with a Uirou«)rvhali. a aoarluua living- 
room wltb a grand Atepiac*. Th* dining, 
room ® v( gebrruua ata* tflira.modarn 
klubm witA drop celilnga and yaty Ont 
cabiuM oork and Akturca. tl® aink, anark 
bar ang omaclaai loac* w.red (bi ranga 
and very ntr* ®uudr» room off kitchen 
Three ®y®y bedxooffii'bhd tbur-pleca Pen- 
broke Datbrocin Pull h®h dayiighi bam- 
muit with ui>. 0 -Uatic air cun dinui. ii.a 
ucitt. aiiarligd uatrhing garage Tbi* bun- 

t alow u romp®** in avary detail, rvmprta- 
If heavy inlaid Unoleum. metal Venetian 
blfhd* oak fhmea. *ic PUIXY INBCLATBU 
Duroid hwf. nir* window*. Burioundod by 
naw boo*** and toady to aoy* into. Pricad 

rt $ 14,900 



Btai Bjiat* ana Uuuron. a 
tPM BLAKSHAHD IT 



Yuy* • * rodkd 

5JOUv garilmg dt>b *io>a ihchidatt. 

Larga ®i aod gwiaa* 

■ C C CO/T ** MB t'AAH g' let i . , mo»m- 
9JJ\JU ahMv vt a. • coom dae ina to 
Ineety rundiiK-o' PV' niucnirat with 
fit..o.M«»ie haa* pi'ra-larga gar- 
age fM.,d ioi aod gwo* la Th® ® 
a *oap 

WaZAA *>*M DOWN for uanni*l>ad 
5HOVA/ k-rnern home FU.t baeomeni. 

I riKMttf au<i bath nm»hed targe ivi 
with' (ruH tree* aad garuea Nktlf 
iocaltd 

C AOCrt *1M DOWN bue* tt.u *|*nt* 
Naaiyrc.XM hu®* oo quick 

I atreU j 

|WB HAVg MB® tivaunrvt tw**** tn View” 
Hi'ial at prUe« ;ou raia aA> fd to 
pa*. W* invite yogt 

WB HAVB 3 tgvenue boire* ncai h' J«- 
aeph I HMpiial ID a very gvod ciu- 
t'lit Mum* tecta* mo Uiear oi avwd 
diecoubi IvT I**h 



WHITB BTl'CCO BL'XOAIOW-Puur ar®hl 
riMHni and hout KaiJauou tWe* mi>d- 
eru batbroo® Mod '***•. etc iia* tuU 
reaei'i Mirmani furitai* and garag*. 
An **• tp'iuuaii) «*i|.bulli vi..".. .p.... 

leu eotidiiian pn,* •rll-*toch*d gardro. 
Hiiuaied ID h®h location |uat ouuide etty 
Umlia vr.'uld cohaidff asciiaag* far miid* 
*rn Palrfwld 

butigala* . _ $3000 

ntOH BAt'\TAIN.-Aitr*cit*« anna cedar 
aiding bunaaiu* Pour looau ineludino 
Iftfir ll9irig*rtNMB utih 
four-pt»,e batnioo® PuH baaament. fur- 
nare etc Large i,‘t Tbi* ® a . -M homo 
and may kt buium tfZOCPt 

oo lertBi SOVOU 

NBAND NBW - White iigrra bungalow of 
four room* with aiU'hed garagr N* 
baarman* la- Pinp etp« Hour* 

U inaulaied , may mm* »rcon 

la on abort r-n.v 5DOUU 



A. S, MILLER 



13M BLAN8IIAIU1 ST. 



gn>Pki* >1131 



Rithet Consolidated, Ltd. 

Mam^ Bowl a*ia® Board of Victoria 
Mg POUT BTBBB I PffOKB B Oil 

BvetUng*. 

Mr Qinrb V 3MB Mr Belcher O 3M4 
Mr Loviti. Ogggg. Ur Hcn'ntil B till 



Very amarl aiucto bung*®* af fiva 
Bpacteua rootna ,Thrruih ball dimog- 
room. Mvinr-roOffi flrev®ce. o«k (loeea. 
^U, high boaemaiil with dnre-lo ••rag*. 
Pin# garden and low Uvea Aa- g. j cn/Y 
aum* mungag* ol gk.oog caab 540vAI 

M# COWfCBAN BTKBBT 
Plao-roewi bungalow wiib eery high ba®- 
mant and very nir* garden let ktuicW 
|vo*aofg|i n gpod buy. awome W)kA/\ 

innttgwp* Of bkOM. cash dean 54 fUU 

Bmari Ladle*' Vl'ooilan We*' P 7 C/VT 
Bbc^, oltb etork at yaluaonn 540UU 

VALLANCE a SAWVtR iw ~' 

O Mil. O g-'IS 



1 BELIEVE 



$ 6300 ! 



$ 11,000 



$ 15,750 



WALTER STREET 



PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 



i $75 DOWN 

I g Lota at k?T> aarb Paankh Municipality 



KING REALTY A edmpaet ainera home In tha Oorga argg 

I 4 room* and dlnei**. baU. furiiaet. fire- 

$5500 

EXCELLENT INVESTMENT i $75 DOWN 

PROPERTY I 1 Lb** 4 t k?T> aarb Paankh Municipality 

Showing 10®b Net $1000 DOWN 

phdce Mr. Turner tvfiiH'g, C M13 p,.»«e®®n ol o k-T"ci» ttdlcg 

_ _ __ , ^ ..... .. ... . _ home ai*h full baeamant and furnace in 

CEDAR HILL ROAD oorg* are* «e;o«;n 

$1500 CASH . 

Pienlng Information' 

We»^ clean ennen* and h.it a-ce of rwl |j, y, , P I3gl Mr Mtllar Ok1l4 



tag poBT rraitT 



bungalow many retunt buy* WCZPVA 

Ilia a boma you tl riAl/ RAV Banging frnm 5DOUv 

*1 In atllf and UAPv DAT 

I fumAFE Ano OP, pn lermi 

♦ * fl**** PAMILT BOMB Cloaa vn beach, for parUcuUra eaU J. DeMan By**,0 34A3 

5/oDU corner tot. light rooma Dowiuiairi 

I* a lovely antranco ball, cof? den with racr 

firaoMte, guaat-aif* liaing and dining- uUllNV? t Aj I 

roRiAL rr/.r^r:,:iriz ‘■.^i*i'*up-;rin must be sold 

Y Jr'.'hTee’-ll^^ridn^-'Ui'Tunr^^^ T,: '-,5'- Oakland. 

Maeur bedroom hai * nlce-auMl dreaaing *n ",!KZr*"“ 

r.tr”U“*’p”‘. $ 13,650 “ ^^975 



GOING EAST 
MUST BE SOLD 



baih on main floor On* flnUhad rnom In 
aitU PuU baaament. bot air furnara and 



I* wall laid 
aiMoeUae I 
■on* term*. 



$4975 



$1000 DOWN 



QUEENSWOOD 
Extro Choice Locotioo 
Procticollv New Artistic 



ANOTHER GOOD BUY 
CADBORO BAY ROAD 

An attraellve and n*|)-bulll aia-roem 
bama cofiiainlng th rough ball. Ilaing-roem. 



ATI famltura ean b* purchaaad U daalrad 
On* week onaaeatinn 

Can Mr. MiUhoO. Pva* . 0 3340 



Wi’i give von poxeMUn ol a g.rnnm ttdlcg 
hnane *i<h full baaainant and furnace in 
Me Oorg. area J 595 Q 



ie>iii-rf nirttaic* BI Ik IP* A I PMA/ ""me conmjmng inroogn nan. iiving-roo®. 

WHITE SIDING BUNGALOW diaing-rwa®, hardwood flnora. cabinet 

- , I • k _ kllrben. (oor-plera bathroom and i*a 

Exclusive Listing bedreoo® downetaira; two bedroowi Up- 

.. k. M mam lona nntlniabedi. Attached gar. 

Handaame Hving-ron® . ag*. baaemenl Hoed. OU-O- g v v CAA 



'and t®iB nf garden *(>ara 
(Thicken bnuvc pitu pri.e 

Hugh M Bnberta fv*(.i-g< 



$4850 



Mr rrivt. 0 34ig. Mr O'Toole. O 1311 

'"‘''tmnn THE ROYAL TRUST 

$1000 DOWN COMPANY 

WgV* * enav fl*e-f'w«m h’litgal. a ri-xe 
)n Immaitlaie p^tewimi 

^ ►* Mr Mvlre, Iv.n.r.,. C. till |OAKBAY 

ESOUIMALT 1 quiet •"**» an etfnf.r»-nn» fami'c 

hr-ne In a*.*ilrnt enndirinn .anb nm- 
wew atiicro oiMfern fewr rno-<i a>.a |l•l|ll- aaier hea'ing (irnund finnr 

'oom lirtme dr®e.|n garage vi-ue ic ei<"ance hall, living mnm den. dining- 
• ranaporiallt'n and arhon®, gl ,**n ronin, kilci.en and wathronm 
natanre Ilka rant CXAAA Pnir brntroomi and baihrontn 

To**l •pe'e* 50UUU 1 ^ Otrag* g < 

Mr. lAeb tvenl-g. <1 f3»l ' . 5 Z.UUU 



n®* bedf-wm* *« with hardwood fl«»ora. 
dehahifully bright kitchen wim generci*- 
Pled dining nrmk High baeemem with 
Mundrv tub* furnace drive-ln garage and 
ample aitace foe-ninpoa room Baif-*«rc 
Ini nirelv I reed <10 KAO 

An outaundit-g buy *1 5 I U, JW 

GORGE DISTRICT 



fet(rh#r>. ^AXhtmm init %wh VIEW ROYAL 

aT;!^ three-room home 

“Tr^."**'^ $ 1 1 ,500 i-au^biw *v. 

An aaeellrrtt location for a enupl* in a 
PF\/FKIMP apoileaaiy clean home, on a Urge garden 

fNtVCivtJt •,(), * rnckerr Thli hn®# ha* a larta 

If v«| ar. intaraaiad In buying a *Me- .Vraatai.^i'VT.VrT^ 

at'# ctnoa M Parliamebl Building*, for lha varv tow laae* Karl* poBaaaaion rernia 
anermely law pri.* cimh. balanc* 133 #c>OAA 

®f 50/ OU i maoiniv W«ill nri,-B 5 JaCjO 



COMPANY . #roCA- "OM» •nmup Aitract.*e| w.u oay ,o« ..a .n® on# 

$6850 atge. « bungalow conlalnlr'g Mr Bnbaria 

four room* *ml dining nook, hallwtr 

AAVc nav and nafticuMrla aell-appolnied hathrnnm _ . . ^ ^ 

OAK BAY Ka b*»emenl but rt'allent healing ayatem |-J Q DALBY&CO LTD 

^ . and evitemelT ce®fnM*ble Pefaiata t*'- VJ- Lc-c-VUlJ I Ol V-V-f. l_ I l-». 

rv.« quiet ••reel *n eight. r»-nn» famiiv ^ and' einrage ai®c* M mat h tktfa gj« grr* BIBBTr. PKOHB I g3U 

-"ir. fave. only $S3 



$6000 



renm, kilci.an and wathronm 
Vptiaira* Pnnr badrooma and baihronm 

$ 12,000 



a gardeiy. Ta»e* on'f Ml 

HOME WITH REVENUE ; 
OR INVESTMENT 

mf KD Anon n*a room# and bath- 



I onnt'KO nnon n** room* •"« : COLWOOD 

rem® 'Bvallab® April 1 if dealred' 

. I Xhvilncltva naw bungaiaw af faar mom* 

i UBWTAIBll On* 1 -mnm and I y-rwowv aaiU* . ai.(, t'lacbed garage Living ?'wm hav 
I and 4-i<l*r* balhroom ' •*•■ Hoar* and viactrie (ifwo *c* a;I 

, . »ru,f HUifig* nf ba*< quajiy, all 

All h**e mpara'e en'rancaa 3 g*»*t-*» healar o'th binarr ki-'iian aired f‘>r 
> 14 II T>#tr Hi i> j (Hi tfu to 9 'ftrte 

Mdt PbO(»» fitr •ppmntmFpi !• intp^ti. Wiu %% f»»ri 



KING REALTY 

I3U OOVCBMMBNT BTHKET 
Wow i tiar of in* Real Bitalt Board 



ROCKLAND DISTRICT 

• Older i.p* family home vel In delignif 
I garden, two lc*a aei| landacaped 



CENTRAL REALTY 



I ocmind floor conuin. .,..rlnui hall larg* „„ Pboi® f« appomiment la ln*v*rl. 
I iiviNg-rnaw w»lb fireplace dan with flre- 
, place dining-roam. pantry, kitrhan anal 
• iahn^m -POJWW 



Ilk vtrtt rtBcrr 



MODERN. HIGH GORGE 
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 
LARGE ROOMS 



✓ [ Hi-v t atr y fime badranovgi draming room I 

' I and naihroom. i 

■ Iftl Pull baaemenl with h«ri-wa®r Oll-O-Mall' i 
[ heaung Bapara® garag* a • m f\Ofl 
__ 1 Poaaeaainn AprlH rrka 5 t ZrOvU i 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY - 



Tliig altra-nodarn uniqa* 4-yaar-aM largo 

•;oeaa Oungalew waa bWit ailh naihiiig IBig OOVBBKMCNT BTBBn. ■ (I3i 
au 4 lha yary (inmi malar®®"' Hia-loaoa _ 

.*lof-raa® haa haidpoad.{>oory, dea* tl® Mambae Vwkarla Baal Bala® Board 
"re*.aa* mv# mi'ngr. ete Th# dining- — 

- e—q» u f naeLaae »i vd ®||g klUPrn M.BUtd - — ■ " ■ — -...— 

(nf range beaut'fut Ilia aink an* drain 
ararat li«*ah t-ipanard*. tparial Icila'd 

.»•* *«c ‘hkJU'iVB ^ hU»u* *••»• EXCLUSIVE 

*Hb laaa oTm adlfnanarapana for trantng. 

BaCh baomaot* ara very ta*ge (ais-bed A tunarior boma oiib gned revenue poaal- 
'.*• and Uv* ®*«iar aadmam boa twin I bllliiea eiiha* ae a ri'wt boa® <r tu<>«t 
• ®vha* ''aaeit The hathroo® ta Iliad 4- (Owner onw hat uw of Hv* mrunv ard 



EXCLUSIVE 



|1 gmi Caab Wilt Randtg 
Pieiativ* Liaiing 

ALEX. G-.-H1LL & CO. 

gBO VTBW BT <Boo« 414) O 114 

•undar* and Baeaing* B 7M3 



THE YORKSHIRE 

M*®bar of Virtona Beal biait Bnord. 

HIGH QUADRA 
CHOICE HIGH LOCATION 



..... , 

I tl will pay you ta .*• th® on# CaU Mr Uing Bvenlfigt ■ 4*41 

I Mr Rnberia Ctcluaiva Ltaiing 

H. G- DALBY & CO. LTD. o 

gjt vrrB BTBBrr. pkohb ii 3 u ^ MINS. TO H B. STORE 

Tha naner of IbU wen-kepl BTX-BOOM 
h'mgaWrw I* leavinf ilte rlly and ®uat mil 
■ ' ) There ar* POt’B BBDROOMB Two roewnt 

' ar* ranted unfumuhad for kM a month 

Otvod garden wilh fruit iraat Th* 041 rang* 

> • ,A kid ga* healer* ar* all Inrludad # e^YCA 

COLWOOD la tha pnra of $5250 

Ihvilncllva no* bungaia* af faar worn* - B 4*41 

wi’b t'lacbed garage Living ?'>um hav 

**«• Hoar* a"d aiectne (ifwo ace A;i 5ELL OR EXCHANGE 

rriur fining* nf ba*< ouaJiy. oil 5CLL \Jf\ Cywv.nrMNV»c 

ncalar »‘tn biraer k.-nian aired f>r i.mam bungalnw an Rlgb Cook Bireat 
range on In*# mu'# fi'..* to vorei run b,**m*nt olpad bot-air furnara^ atira 
Wiu arcro'. oi.wer 5 r.r a. WM paymrui. Baparai# ^ag. Good lot for 

PRICE $5250 .m.,w J 6 OOO! 

B.koinga R M)k tea. . CoL 3 UU 

SHAKE BUNGALOW WANTED 

FOUR YEARS OLD orgaollr t*qulr# ttaUng* of raaanu# 

Pun* modera r*e-fo*m -Mitka bang*®* pafUeuMrly auiiat. duple* and 

iflty< Two ®?aia bedroom* larga dea ■ 

■ could ba atod aa eitra kodra*®' nica 0 

hvit.i-roc'® oiui firepaca; tparloua eab- .. .. 

island investment 

dan Ml, iKeaty tanrad. Baay**l*rou COMPANY LIMITED 

eouid ba arrangad 



PRICE. $5250 

B«kn:ng» R M)k 

SHAKE BUNGALOW 
FOUR YEARS OLD 



Thera ® aatra aalua to inc*a twa bomra. 
■ i> VIr Waal .g roeo® ta aound eondl* 

r.""*"' •' $4000 

<3> rtora to • roami »n ana fionr 

SLt.tin. $3900 

Caab la hand® ll.kM 
Tall Cburk Green, tret, Bgoil 



GARDEN CITY REAL ESTATE 



BERNARD & CO. 

B 5316 

MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK 
DUPLEX 

BaautifoHy-bultt alucco duptat. only 
3 yaart old Main Hoar romprta#* 
ontrance baU. tovaty Ilalng.roo®, 
dlnlno-room. da luaa kllrlMn. wired 
far aleeir® rangt. iwo bedrooou and 
Pambraka bathroom Bardwood Boora. 
All coved relihga ar^I aietliaat plaaler 
work. Beptrat* antraivea to upitalra 
auita which r«mpr®aa bying-room. 
badroom, kiiebaia and bathroom raotad 
at Mft par maalb. PuU cement boa*- 
manl with mmpu* foom. and bedroom. 
tal,*i aod afiowar Bapara® aiuara 
garaga Large |at tb'iavaly garden. 
Th'.t bom* ® alttMUd lb a high 
Mratloa with lovely d 1 cn a/\A 
bomaa Prlca 5 I Z,UUU 

FAIRFIELD 

SPECIAL 

Clot* I* Bt. Joiaph't Moapllal Wall- 
built hem* eempruing aalrancB hall, 
iiving-roein with flraplart. dinteg- 
rootn. kluhan and uttliiy room thraa 
bedroom* and bathroom upaiairt 
Bapan® garag*. Good garden l3.kM 

$5800 



BERNARD & CO. 

Mamoer Baal Batata Board Of Vietorta 
B3g POBT BTBXrr PKOKB B »3I« 
Bv*nlng*-Gk«g]. 013U. O 3BM 



CRAIG’S BETTER BUYS 
BURNSIDE-WILKINSON 

Tarv nlc* appearina «hi® •UHng bun- 
ga®* attuaiafi on about t* acre rueale 
'raed. Cemort®* lialng-roam with nak 
flanr and opart PP thniat-reom. 3 hod- 
rm>ma and dan Pamkmk* baibranm Mnd- 
em kttrhen Pull baaemam *ltb garac* 
Wllbtn S block of MU" dT'YCA 

A bargain at 5/4DU 

AND LOOK AT THIS 
EXCLUSIVE 

l4>rn®4 at 9Mg Graham Bireat li thu 
duptaa Wltb ana 3-rivem aolte ang an* t- 
room «ulu. aarb wiib boib Thta ta being 
mcriftced at th* pete* nf ikkon and can 
b* pufchaaed wllb oulr 11 MO dawn If de- 
aiead Cal] u* righi away on ihia One I 
pari af IhH will b* aorant oet March Sktb | 
Doo’k Beuy. Call wa today. 

EXCLUSIVE I 

Poe lb* a* are ruammer w» baa* a ravanaa 
tmngamw *n Ifppar Jobiwan Biraat being- 1 
Ing in IM M par month tt enmpriaea 3 | 
tuitM each wltb batk. and dCQCni 
it® prIc* M cteor ta 53YOUI 



Ptmn* y 1133 



1 .® PCRT fnnRRT 



OAK BAY— EVERY ROOM * — 

AN INVITATION j ARDMORE 

north saanich 

«V Uii'inc-room, ,vi acr.^ mn,* «r Wv WMh l.tg* bar> at 

nici eabiiui kili-brn and utllii) room • prarrni uerd (or a'o* {'‘t arai>< a*'d tain,® 
Thraugh hall plan Two good badrootni. vheep gvi ciia,.| vm' g.f,. 

our-pi^a Paihbrnka bain VaneUan bllmJ* $25,000 

thrwughovl. run baarmani uliH linialrad 

room and thiaa-plara batbronm Hni-avr Alao country homeviiet of from I 4o * ar-ea 
furiui-r. Oowi tat with < 1 A OnA ' avaifabi* in il<i> dreirabia auMlyialon. 
®parai* garage. Prt<« 5 I UrVUU Teraia ran b* arranaed if detitrd 
Terma. 

Rd Waon. Brenlnga. O 40M A r 1 i 1 .a 

Arthur t. Hoyncs L»mitcd 

THIS HOUSE HAS FAULTS , 

BUT DON'T THEY ALL? |__ _ , 

• ! IM down ® all you need in buy thi* 

4'.-tf*i'" hoi.gal'iar In Pulrl®ld. Can - 1 '**' »•’“ "»• 

all® of Urge livnig-nmm dinette, eabti'fi ■OJAJKJ rwm n..iyi», 1 -, IK* Ha., 'a.a 
kiKhen too bedronm*. three pie, a pem- fuU bavemmi, KA itif> ace 

broke boUtrooffi PuU high baarment with 

realty ltd 

50yjU 10 TATIB BTBBCT VKlOtia.BC. 

■d Otoon. Byanlng.. O g«ni ^ „„ 

FOR QUICK SALE — 

FAIRFIELD 

LAKB mu. 

Ava-raom bungalow, plua one rtwin-li. an BtON'l - YKAH - OLD MOM* 
baaemenl. drt*a-lA garag* Bvarylhli.g j\ .| b,, , finUU«l 

Pk(f*t^ baafmitit rimm Thi* li nna nl'lno 

Prtco 55Z5v battar-buiii huuva oak fltmrv etc. 

r-eii Mr Ti'f gfoundt are m lawn* ro«kery 

garden and fruit waa* dAdAA 
DGMT OVBtLOOK OOB Terma no 5 p^UU 

PABM rOB TBADB POB CITT MOUKT VtCW 

notlBB A ffiodam Ava-roomad twivn* with 

a wonderful *®w a gond baaemant 
•lih drl»« in garaa* and tide* U, 

THOMAS 8. cALLiN $7350 

»7B TATBB 8 TBEBT B 1311 _ 



111 TATBB BTBBirr 



VkIoiio. B C. 



Pbooa 0 1SII 



STEVVART CLARK & CO. 

CAU O lOlt. G im 

HIGH GORGE 
3‘BEDROOM BUNGALOW 

Biiuaiad oo blab ground with an uitnb- 
•Uuc®d *M* of tb* Gurga Wa®ra. handy 
® trariapmiaiian in immacg®® eondi- 
tMb and wall plaunad. Ibruugb ball, aic* 
aue Uatng-room. aeparau fuU-au* dining- 
room and auB room all baaa a Ana *ctw 
Compart fcltaben. tbre* badrooma and i 
batbranoi. aueJnaad bark atranda. Hard- 
wood ftaort aieal Vonattan blind* and In- 
®M lino Baaeovant with cor apoc*. Uundry 
tray* and boi-olr (urnoca Biurrn ai®rinr 

$9450 

FAIRFIELD 

Bituatad on Mon Bt An oidar irp* hem* ® 
8 (® aondiiwn. ba* ]iut had il.ona apent 
an it. ufiertar ha* been renovatad. new 
roof and naw furl>aca. racaiyii.g halt, good- 
atae livMg rM« ailh Rraptata lull dinii.g- 
rnom aun rnnm. brigM kiicheri. open 
aialrwav to large ptaater bedrnom and 3 
ether averate tire room* and baihrnam 
PuU baarmani. laundry irava aiid heat 
piped ta all ronma Bickneaa forrea *•!» 
and priced (or quirt 

lala'at $/5UU 

Beal Batata - Mongaget - Inauranra 

)I4 PBMBRMTOW Bl'tUtlMn 
Bvenlnga Mr CUatsnre, B 1PM 



FAMILY HOME 
HIGH LOCATION 
SEVEN ROOMS 
ALL ON ONE FLOOR 
THREE BEDROOMS. DEN. 
BASEMENT, FURNACE AND 
DRIVE-IN GARAGE I 



LAKB mu 

AH BtONT - YKAH -OLD HOMK 
e* of PvF mnmv plua a AntaUed 
baafcnint runm Thi* la one nf'lJn* 
battar-buili hnuma oak fltmrv etc. 
Ti'e ground* are m lawn* ro«kery 
garden and fruit wee* g-na/\n 

Tarma oo $V4UU 

MOUKT VtCW 

A ffiodem Ava-roornad home With 
a wonderful *®w a gond baarment 
with drtir in garaa* acM ciiyw lo 
vehoel and Uao«por®- « 77 CA 
tioo A good buy at 5/ ODU 

BKpyrwcxm 

A (our - rnoR-ed bunaolow eight 
>aari uld. wilh otJ heai. and S nf 
an acr* of land (n b*rrle* and fruit 
treea Thta u Um> real apnt lor iba 
arornl fiaharmao. and 
th* pnra la ngbt 5/ OUU 

OAK BAY BUKUALOW 
nve mama with Ihrouah enlrane* 
hail Thu cborming iturc* honi* 
1 * *nly Ik arwr* niri PuU dlnlng- 
rwom modern ki'citeo liirludca 
aitcliw ata«e and hot. wale, healer 
Good baaemenl wi>h piped furnace, 
aeporaie garage, and nice garden 
tot Terma %m raepanaib't party. 

r,"'-' $7100 

ALTON A PLKMtHO 
IBM Blanehard Bt. Ptvone O lilt 



JAMBB BAT 

\ l BOOM BUITB POB TOUBACLP 
plua tha tevryta* (re® th* other 
aidr of iKta apiendM *lit*-«r-*M* du- 
Dtaa Pull baeemant. bet-*at*r beat 
to ail U.e rr>«ma. and on 3 tat* near 
the Parliament Bglldlngt Preaent 
reyenoe u lioi per man'h, or pu****- 
airtn of •iii.er ••< 1 * ® M itay* Pull 
price tor near *nrn dTCnPV 

*Biy $/OUU 

PIHKWOOD 

Two 3 mom tuita* -atawhiGly aeif- 
egtiiained Lech ha* 3 ptar* bath and 
they* u a luU baeemont with bat-air 
piped furnace Larg# ink all f*i»e*d. 
and can n* anld no vary aeay Grmi lo 
rUhi party CZCA/Y 

PuU' pru * $05UU 

HtoH OOnriB 
II aot f AhH 

k.B*mm ufira-rnodern etueeo b«inga'n* 
cnoioin* la'g* liyina r'w® airh nak 
Anar* an<t Arep'oee family . el® dloin# 
mom cabinet «>r,i>*n *i,ed Inr rant*. 
4-ptat* Pamnmka bath, 3 iorg* bed* 

' ron®, an<l a full baeement with hot- 
air lurnoc# On a tavety landaeaped 
tat wilh yeparai* garaa# #Oa/\A 
Pull prta* 'or near nflen 5Y4UU 
Beening Plw-n* 
dim Bining* ft *041 

BUlfNrMi BPALTT 

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THIB MOMB D» AN BXl-Brnr-iWAL BUT 
Bvarrthing In baanttful eoedittan CToa* ® 
■cboo®. airrroa and Mu 

J6850— TERMS 



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ISLAND INVESTMENT 
COMPANY LIMITED 



Mambor of (ba Beal Bota® Board 
Comer View and Quadra Offtm, O 3333 
Baoetaio. Phob* Mr. CarpOAlor. O UIB 



$5600 

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• aatha* -•*#*'* The bathroo® ta Iliad 4- {Owner nnw ha* uw of na# mnm* ord WITH VIEWS OF SEA AND 

a »,• P«®bre«e Pro® 'r># rwar bbdroom la gro•vl(^g iiM pay otontb. Bliua'ed *o o,.* . . 

■^eWi'e# a'air* i* addl'ioyibt fOwm ln t^ | prr* of ®nd facing ih# aiGi Good gar- MOUNTAINS 

y-ta A< ra*mi ara i*oaiip' *l*at« dai« and lawnv ® the waior Aaparata oa-wen 

r«v «1 ...*■•• bta# ear# ^iinjwand all I ^, 4 ,. ^ ^ $8750 



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STUCCO BUNGALOW 

t TIB 4 ^t-ronm iplu* utility roomi otocao bwn- 
Cbioo, an* «blorb to Vwa and taiaa'atUr 



Mi-et *'.*■•« pi«* ear* ••Ming* and all 
uatH fe«m* *ca M'<*wnad nortr* Th* 
y*®wei • a d«*p *i*a dcl**-ln garaga. 
«>®t i.caa-b aofrymati* hai-weiar boitar. 

Tb* gcnoociy na* *«caiiaat aoU and 
I la a ‘ ‘n** tacf* but®ata« I* a rare 
• *a an ‘adar* mataal CQOCA 

'id pee* •'•b Mama 50®J\/ 

Bee Mr M*A4a®«.0 34M 



dar« and lawnv ® tb* waior Aaparata I oa-*e#\ 

garaa* Wewid t*m mOM to eoiid u- $ 0 / 5 U 

dor pi«» (he cMi of land, n « A<rt If too are looking far a reall* nVa apoctowt j 

Boom term* and doing at 5 ( J ODU , 4 -pn«a aiueai bimgataw only 4 year* oVA 

ta tha High Quadra Lok* NIU dtainet. yaa 

BEAUTi FUL BUNGALOW | "Lrs.r:.r i 



Excellent Gorden cod View 
Hot-Woter Heof — Bosement 



S kioo, ena mtark to bwa and taaaa'otUr 
ll Ok Nira l.yinf-roA® with opes B**- 
pUc* toed aiaed kiGbto two bedroom*. 
Peoihrel* bath, uilllty room with tab* 
Aitoehed laraga and tarta worktbiw b*p- 

•p;Vp'rU^“' $5500 

DEAN HEIGHTS 



Pwwr My*lf mom* pioa d»#iw an * ntaaty i "«»* •1^.***L "L*. ?* [**" tamtaon with oeartogwfng | Kyrewnonalip wall bull! Aao 

landacaped tat with ta«wt and mrvba Tbi* chartatad bwoga- , auw ®n frwn tree* aptandid bwwgataw with AniiM ati» i 

Pun boaemetii witt drlawein garug* nctaVj >«* ® tacaiAd p«^l *<) nag pt'v^rf.ei fenmd prwp*eiy. Btatiioaw-roM Hvmg- 1 "tari Thrwwgb ban Me* tart 
lo bwa aiM atere* Ban be hacMitad with »(^ M •• (*AUy i«BWTb aondHlop tbrougn. ' 



B3 BM down and tha balArvca at MB p*r •"*- *** * 

a-Acnr-ieiea month tt u oo mtateke. tho ba|anr* ® ' wn mertek 

FAIRFIELD DISTRICT bi« p*r monin mohuiM w- eolcfY 

wr**t. Poll prtco ® $0 1 DU 

e n tf < *> BUHryautw *i ***•»«• OU-O- TU 

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An aietaaiv* urntne and firtt ttme iw* bodeono®. kiGbew and bath. 



wn martek Binc«r*yy raeoavwaMed 
pricata nghl for louwadtau mta 



IW* bodeo o ma. kiGbew and bgUi 
boaawnt, tauMre tUba. ut«* Hd 
wKBur umatnon piooa* n 



warewnwnally wall bull! Aag-rowm wurao 
bungalow with Anlibad r*ira room In baaa- 
meri Thrwwgb ban. Me* tara* HwUkB-rwwm 
with BraMaee. dtataf-roam. eaMwet kll- 
nen. iwn larg* b*«r*dia* anw k ptw* 
Pembrok* bath lyrtwo-ta garag*. taundrr 



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Brand oew 4-r«om bunfotaw. bardvnnd 
Boora remeei boaemmi M A furnara. 
dH**-(n gorof* Owoeg will aoertllc* far 
qutrk aata tma**dia® pnaaea- # 77 C/\ 
ttod. Puli peta* #//OU 

Bogy Tvngg Amogid 

HIGH QUADRA 

AltaMl new 4-ra8M*d bwngatov tn Brol- 
eiaaa euwiiUow Puu o om aat ktaem wit. 
)NA furaor* Larg* loL tow *eOAA 
|taa**. Poll prte* 500UU 

REAL VALUE 

r«oy B-ewomad aaml-bwntotaw ti ogaitaat 
ruMlilon with aatra tv d raim upatdirv 
Pan rwmwwt k oga m ml . tauw^ twba N A 
fu rn a e a. garaf* Mraaly goedan, froM tr**t 
LAW taaM Ona* m gkoaaa omd u c/\/\A 
bwo. PlU frtoa $51AXJ 

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Oood aglwa at $JO50 

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' a BBAL BUY ON TIIIB THNCB NOr,M 
e > eert'aaa 3-ptace both fully fumtahed. 
ready ta < 00 ** lr> Q-jka pummelan Aeua- 
raw garad* ta**'r .a'l# tat (m Nauiialn, 
cta«* ® Juhll** Moapllal. Raff caab will 

i?:r;ruw $3200 

‘ A HAWOYM4H S BfBCIAL 
AiJdorr toMpyxcBC, 

BIX H/jrjM BBMk ■ .*»I,®«>AM>W wtth full 
bavamen' new lurr.arc Hum® rowf. 
. ryot a<-t* of gwud aoi. Ae*4r ® Avo>a 
In Bman borb and rhl. ka« incw«a Og 
paeM b®bway niM mu** 
from ®nn. Puli pr-c* 5 g/5U 

I LOW CABR PAYMENT 

I “ fnj. PRtr'B peyR 1 NIB 

1 .BMJUL/ 4«'ly fur'-Hbed 'raw fg,MI.,ai 
I V r<o® bunaataw. l-M*** bath Urge .-g 
{ * lb fru'i treat Giw (ate* Tliit I* Ih* 
I be*t buy la Ytaiom. lb damaa bay. 

I 'eCzCAVuit (’ll* l-ytw-oid moMTB 

5-J05VJ t'wera bue.ga'eyw fnvt rnomo. 
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$6500 

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parannnel Bt* rwMM Will ba aaaOaata 
far owgaa d» ti*t »lgt Morab 

BMB 

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larg* tai all fee-eed tn Baoc'lrb, S-mt® 
etrru. Law taaa* 

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BM JOHNROH rr f TB41 

tvantagi Mr Miehoal B 4134. O lIBB 
Mr cwoi. B3BN 

A BAROAW POR QUICX BAUURRAKO 
Aaw moderp roArh-eCyta whi® at«cfd 
bjtaa# targ* imnd-rao®, *®*od a*1U®g. 
pkoMor batab modem bwiH-ta eobHtei kiU 
eMw. ihremgh haltway to® Mae kawruwiat 
P*mbe*a# bathrewm. oft ifta-egarl BnMfi; 
|M-*M* Mtgebod garof* . with raa*mt 
A^ tara* tavai tat c«^ gacoen aoB oB 
etaofwd WatfUfgl tar a t tag, prtea® cmw 
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doloniflt Vietork, B.C^ Tfcan., MArch 2S, IBS# JJ 



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3 .PIDIIOOM H<iUI IH UCCBUJVn- 
voMiuori tvH b««rnrst with AM ».i 
fur«i«L« •itrk'puiflifeini |»fM* 

Tmiu An4SA*4. 

•AYMI UULTT 

lit €n«rM •nil«lri| B 1121 

IU« O MM 



Re-elected 
Boxia Prexy 

NANAIMO. B C.. UMCh 23 CT) - 
Dr. O. KoM Brsbber vu Uut alihl 
re-«l«cud president of the NanAtmo 
Box Lscrau* AMorUtlon at the an- 
nual irnrral meeani. 

* Harold Orciunda and puater 
Matthews were named ftrat and aer* 
ond vlce-preeldrnta, respectlvrly 
Jaek Ntven will act as secretary- 
treasurer. 

AdvlaoiT board to the British Co- 
lumbia Senior iB> champions Is aa 
follows; Mayor Earle C Westwood. 
Aldarman Fhll J. Piper. Doctors 
lAiry Olovando and Alan Hall. 
Coach Ted MentMs was re-ap- 
polnted. 

6KT PLAT IN VANCOI VCB 

It was affreed. provided Ananclal 
arrangeenanta can be completed. 
Nanaimo will play four to eight 
gamea at Vancouver during- the 
league race, preeumably at Kerrla- 
dale arena. 

Plans for a special steamer cara- 
van to the Mainland In the event 
Nanaimo Is named to open the IfSO 
league at RerrlMlale was dlsntsacd 
The Mainland Inaugural has been 
tentatively slated for May 13-11 
with the Nanaimo opener at the 
Olvte Arena May 30. 



Shares Honors 
With Knowles 



iwronl i. rated 

VANCOUVER. March 33 CP.->A 
record 35.000 peiaons paid more than 
I134KW to auneas the Cansdian 
curling champiotiships here earlier 
this month. U wah annouueed today 
It coat the Vanrouver Cutluig Club 
tl OdO to put on tha show. 



TODAY a aoT acnr w rwt ooftot 
A roua-noois wrocco av.voAixiw 

wt« Uift SIMIM AU hs(4*M 

rioMs rau VMwntot. aM ari*s- 

*tl« baluMtf ss'Sw- ClsM 
Mitf 114** * csspeMiato p^nr T»»«» 



LOT UOTtNOa WA-NTTO 
i\'S UAVi SOU) A cdbsincsAaLi 
>< AttMMr M MMt UU( IB (M Mt 
If SMM ASS •« a*M suim aba waA 
t# a«an bulMtng NOW M>^ d^**^'* 
Laaa Uu.. UouM Talmi CaSat UQI ers- 
friratf L4; )n«r etasan^r «>th Mr N«cn 
u.Ma twi Da»t Pbana i S14L 4*i tr 
o:|r.*. Ha*A*A VeiUT Ll4 tbll Dauflai 
•uaai 

I j Oil oviB AcitM wim a on j. 

I badrooa tA vu.bur M Vi<ii*ru. 

Caak. »i>4«r VLA » 



Against Ixmis 
Claims $2,800 



$6500 



mcjoalva Itatlwf 



TORONTO, March 33 CP) «>^ach 
Dirk Irvin of Montreal Canadirns 
gladly offered 1100 to Norm DuAsauli 
when the little winger swir^d the 
goal tliat rank Thronto^Msple Leafs. 
2-1, tonight But Conn 6r^y the man- 
' aging direcCbr of the Leuts. sug- 
'tested that It might cost Irvin- ■ 
lot more. 

I Bmythe thumbed through Na- 
Htonal Hnckry League by-laws and 
came up with Section 33. which he 
I Interpreted aa providing a 13.000 
i fine for any club offlcla) who offea. 
, paya or agrees to pay a bonus or 
I other reward^ as a special Induce- 
ment to a player to win a game or 
■cries of gaaiM. 

Clarence Campbell, presiderH of 
the NJf.L., was a spectator at tlte 
game, but could not be reached fur 
eoRuneni tonight. 



AIKfTN BC M.ircl} 33 IN8»- 

Individual pri.t{r»«iunal honors In 
the Palmetto polf Club's aUUi 
annua) prrv-smaieur tcnirnamcni 
went to Laa»-)n Little today, but it 
waa Bobby Knowles, a hometown 
amsteur and Pete Cooptr who won 
the best-ball victory. 

Little, the greytng MonUrcy. 
Calif , old-tmter. shot a M oitf Uis 
0.97fi psr-71 cour»e. Kii>>wlr>r com- 
bined hU 67 ariih a 60 off the clubs 
of Cooper. 

Other 67’s were turned In by E J 
“Dutch" Harrison and Dr Cary 
Mlddlecotf, champion of the Jack- 
sonville. Fig, Open. 

lIKt NAMEg WELL ISOHN 

The biggest names in the field of 
52 pros were weU down. Ben Hogan 
took 73 strokes elong the cooiebark 
trail Sam Snead, who was low 
scorer at the tournament laat year, 
was down to 74. 

Uoyd Mangruffl. another conva- 
leruem. acored a shaky 7g. That 
put him In the bottom 10 of the pro- 



OAK SAt 

if. sU-faaM bunf«l«« eilb 

Wauac AU r«Mi« m 

—.P ^ PMX-U.S IM 

Mtk run anC ertanbaaM H«tf 

^raS and (aapplnf eaatia. 

Quiet gsiiaaMiB. $6000 

dostir oagsifwooo 

■ 1 MI 1141 Proas Stroat MiaSt a siot 



LAwapoao 

g J 1 en- MODOIN 1-HOOM grt'CCO 
I DLi buDia^a tbcta-auc* b*tb- 
laaai Larf* Ml T«ar* SSI. Oil raps* 

Can Mr Mark 
CXrtWOOO HIALTT 
■a. us. Ml ewaas atrwt 
aasMuM# MiSMai luX Ohea • t«M 



EL PASO. Tex March 33 iINS)^ 
Au.irnry Jv- fT\H* v. furtuer Dallaa 
boxing prom''ter\(^ty filed s 13 MK> 
damage suit seatnat .foe l.ouU. re* 
tired heavvwejght chamii, fur ‘in* 
jur)' to reputanuo" last }'r.ir 

Rcy, who h<«d papers served on 
Promoter Jtm R’«in mr •iiiirlAmer>l 
of the g.;‘e reeelpt at lomthi a 
exmbitlon leatvirmg louts ntd mo 
paid reprt.'-entaUve M,f '06 i.w 

the Bunther lu apf-.-ar In a 

Dallas bout. 

Lcuia. iitr petiujin' Cited cUum>d 
he hadn’t been paid and filed rum- 
plaints wlucli caused tlie Tvxaa 
Boxing Comnii ,:jn Ui rv.iipciul R« y. 

Al a DrUin* couti hetrlnt. N v 
sa'd. It was shown that he had i>aid 
I/'iiU, Vui Ills promoting luetic# 
never wus Teatorad. 



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Freebooter 
Still Favored 



Calooui 



j|A.|lOOM XthtOALOW POR eALI »T 
J«»t s nar« 

tnaa i*in4t<iao C'Milaiauka liviaa - reobi 
aiUi op«n Srtalaee S sa<>4 ttaa# aaeraaaw 
laaMfa aaibraora, raaiati Utebrn «i<b 
dtnlQg (gait, tttiliir room aad it«ra«« 
raaw . KIct taval lei «tia U»a aa4 lartMi 

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raart lacailoa. anoe. aas rati ear 
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Pra«BM« Lat» 9fj wrau $ 1 20Q 

T O RAWTCR, lUtAl. BirrATS 
^ e«wMrt«a Biac. • im ik*i. b fjas' 

4 Lovaty mx-RooM arucco soif 

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. -• CaklMt Alt 

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OKUnrt Hl«h boM- 



4 'ROOMRD ruroalow- uvwu-room 
two l»t4ra<.«i riMs«t hit.ben I-tim* 
balB. Maaraii SoubU ■•r«B<, lars« Ml. 

(004 Mil. C'.oor tie;t TiiM sls Redur*? 
priA*. 14.204. SDOia ttrmi O«o«r. .*4U 
Harrin Rood 



LONDON. March 33 oPi. — The 
favored Preebooicr tonight ea«cd 
from 7 to 1 to 15 to 3 In the next- 
lo-Iast belting callover tor~Sntur- 
day's Orand Natioual Steepler'haae 
olaaxlc at Almree, naar Uvarpool. 

5ttuiav««D. owned by Princess 
Eiisabelb and Queen Ellrabeih. 
shortened iratn lOD to I to. 100 ta S 
to become a clear second ta'vorue 
Last Monday. Monaveea was 100-6 
along with Rolmond and Cromwell, 
who held at that figure tnntght. 

AHORTEB ODD8 
The Irish d art^ horae. Shaar een. 
shortened from 100-6 to 100-7. while 
last year's wuuier. Russian Hero, 
was backed down from 33-1 to 30-1 
The final bookmakers callover 
will be held Friday night. 

Others quoted tonight were Wot 
No Sun and Caitledermot. 36-1: 
Clunearrlg. 3t-i. Fighung Lma. 
AcUum Major. Oellery. 33-1; Angel 
Hilt. Klaxton. Rowland Roy. Royal 
Mount, Soda II. Invcrlochy, and 
pQSSlbl#, 40 to 1. 

No odds were quoted on th# re- 
nramaar of the fleTd. which afill 
remains at 51 harres for the four- 
mile, 856-yard event. 



Rraibrob* batbrontn. 

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iW Maii i eo U14 Oraban, VtoU 

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*' swl A twllfliM oulljr aosvertae ta 
ft* 4 t itftalltr anvau hana tea rsrea 
ffOBi ptrk Qaiet ttoal ton OnJ 4 

pARLv aoMRRmow ~TrifiiirBiS^ 
• * room buagntow «UR fuU Mmtai Mm- 
mtni inttiUtoC. furaoM at^ to all 
£"p*a tiuchrd (trtfv Ooaitl't SUtrtcL 
Rrkt M »M. rboM 8 4IBI 



Aurllaoeera and Appraben 
hinre IMS 



“Future” Bets 
On Derby Out 



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A si.aoe 4aaa, bolanco Uk* rent. Roe 
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al. It. Roobui) Rtdiff price «o 4 loratlta 
C b'uf throafh VLA. Roi SSS 



Lelmnd Olbaoa, Jot Kirkwood. Jr . 
jRck Burke. Jr., and Claytosi 
Heafner. stroked 66 E. 



U)TS 1 TO 200 
TODAY, 1:30 

LOTS 201 TO 3R3 
TOMGHT, 7:30 

LOTS 386 TO 535 
TOMORROW 
EVENING, 7:30 



8T LOUIS. lUrcta 22 uPi.— There 
wilt be no future book betting quo- 
tailoru aiatnat Kentucky Derby 
candldstM for the tint time m 
80 years. The 8i. Louis Poat-DU- 
patch said yaaierday. 

Neither Jamea J. Carroll. 8t Louts 
betting commiMioner. nor other well 
known national oddmakera have 
made a statement on the 'natter, 
the newspaper aald, but It Is known 
(TarroH's price Uat win be Utued 

Future buuk quotations have Le«n 
a feature of the sports world since 
1000 when the late Tom Kearney 
first quoted a list of pncea against 
horaea entered in the Kentucky 



imRoa oRorvniT rmoro 



I Bill Werbowski 



NrWRTlAO RiALTir 

R««»(tkd RlCl. TJ4 fort atr«*t — I1IS4 



I Costner K.O.’d 



1 ,x>R sAut - s-RoiMi Kouaa oiuo- 
MUc furnar*, iu(»«hk4 t*ran. lart* 
rardrn. •uiiabj* far sao*,r»kaa lata a 
aombiiiad reatdaae* aad offloa far Six'ar 
ar d*nilal. raatratir Iwcaiad ta artcraJ 
baa lintt. Juaiir* nMpnal. Ctot/al Jun.ur 
Hlfb aad VtrturU A84 Oak par Bifh 
a<-noal«. naar wiappituf diauicl. ciir caairs 
and park Bui 441. calaaui 

U'«OR RALt — BlX-yRaR-Ot.D~UODRRN 
A atueca buntaiwv. Htifis-raaai «;Ui hr«- 
plau !«■ l»drtMaM. larga tabtaat ktlabaa. 
eantirokt baUi. full rrqaaai RaatauBl. 
Sil*a-la lataf*. laaalaWd. laraa lot «tU 
Uodaraurd ai>d viui a Saner cardan. 
Rliuaiad htsb an a iiraM with 



To Join Spikane 

SPOKANE, March 22 ./p.-Pitcher 
Bill Werbowsk), a 30-game winner 
with Spokane last season, will Join 
the Indians when they open Spring 
baseball tralnlue Monday at Lewis- 
ton. Idaho. Owner Roy Hotchkiss 
■aid tonlg]}t. 

Werbow^^kl has not yet algned a 
contract, however. Hotchkiss added 
HU 30-11 record last year gave him 
a total of 53 vlctonee In three lea- 
sons with tha Western Internationa] 



1 IRIVATB Btnm. ALL CASH WO OR- 
A itrimn aider baua* if «tl> btpt 
Palratl'l ar Oab Rar prrfrrrtg bat aat 
aaatDiial. fma et«r li.iao. R«< fjt. 
Onlaaut 



PHILADELPHIA, March 23 <IN6> 
— Walterwelght Champion Ray 
Robinson sent 15.000 Convention 
Hall customars home early tonight 
when he scored a knockout In 3:05 
of the first round over Oeorge flugiir 
Costner 

Robinson caught the Camden. 
N J., slugger flush on the chin with 
an overhand right and the non-title 
bout was over. 



CINDERS 



FLRAag 

TTROgNTtr ERQLIRCD POR RAW 
^ maa and •lla-P)«f*n>oia bobtalav, 
ma4i<r Uut IS.aoe rath «tU haadU Oal> 
sa«a 44S la IS# pr aiontb Hsaa la. rlts 
aroa praltmd Plaarr call R. R. fj-l* pf 
J Cb'rmaa. MtiiHis> ■ 4Sl) 

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ion OuvarnaieBt Riratt Pnoaa O OIM 



tar HI onV 
PRirVWAYS 
ImMtdUl* IMirrrf 



See last week-end papers for par 
Uculars of Important sale. 



a*« ba«M4 

Mui t ba a««n_to tm appiMiatod CaU O »ru 

UVrUR-AWM MOOCRN truCC^ BOrI 
A. (Blow. UitM-aUU Blrda tUs 6 
U«a, BAr»a«nr>ad tiw. Naarly ba« vn 
aitblr dr«4>»prd laad. fvod (ardm ar.d 
btrriOB. M.SM. W» astnia. B >l TIJ, CaL 
aniat. 



Derby 



MAYNARD * SONS. Auctianrera 
7I1-7S3 Jahnaas G 5671 



IX'R ARR DBBPrKA'ni PUH ROMVl 
• r wtib law dowa pafmoat AIm J-tad* 

raaM bo«aa abteb art (a (r*at dmand 
Pb«M ua tar tmmrduia a«tMa. (iardta 



Signed by Bomliers 

WINNIPEG. March 32 CP> - 
President Ralph Ml^ener of tlie 
Winnipeg Blue Bombers last rdght 
announced that the club has slgnetl 
ftrvt United Btatw import cf the 



A wMln r«ad, l^« aaria of land, Baati]i 
inniiiad tRiM-iaaai feuagalaw. four, 
aiT« bBlhroom. modrra kltcbra, plaitrrod 
Utfo iiShoat PbOM R74IT 

1,'on RALE BT owNiml ^U)'vin.T 
A raocb-aUlB horM 3 btfraonu luU 
eoBMnl baaarorab * BMolhB oM. Rifb part 
•f >Uf. BUM. Z*»f urna 

|.X>R BAUI RV OWNia-MODBRN SIX- 
i rodbi battar. 3 bodmomi Ri(b loratloo 
flaw ‘ Clear title Phooa tor particulara 
R 1434 



U ’ANTCD WOR CUXNT -4-ROOM BOW. 

eaiaw with ba*Mnoat n CanManr, 
Avtnu* araa of Raautaalt Vlrinna R«aJtr 
T3S ValM BtTMt n>OD4 B 41P4 l>r* 

I 44a4 



I Pats Take I^ead 
In Junior Series 

LETHBRIDOE. March 33 CF).— 
R#glna Pau tonight grabbed a one- 
game lead In their best-of-flve serlas 
for the Western 



Aorliooem and Appralarn 
Since IMS 



\\*AfaRD — UrLANOa KOMR, LAROR 
* * :>*'nB aad aUkiu-raomi, itu tw»- 
pitr* batfcraom. u4 tbrM Iar|a bcdrwMai. 

^TlVl*"* ** * ***’ 

\\*« tf^va cUBifTN WAWTtffo Boma 
** oodtr U4M If Mat tumM I 4 prtr«d 
ritbt wa caa aill it Viatbtia WMlly. 
T3S YatM BWoti VltoM R4IN 

4-BIPHOOM R6kfE~UMriRgO~'BV 
** tlirni WIU) lu.sse ra«a Tvu tMtRrPm&i 
If paaaibla aad «aa ar tva bodrwNaa oa 
aialn floar. RatvMn Rir Jamai Dmalaa 
Brhoal and Rlfti Rthaol Victor Rtandtr- 
«i<k 8 MV] ar o 7S2P. 

3 -R*rnOOM ROMS WahTTO Ir HIOH 
part Raani'b «r Oak ftar ap to 
ie,SM raah Victor Rlar.darwlrk BN3l 



Ppoppfiy Sale 

Instructed by* Mrs. C. Donald, who 
has booked passage for Englar^ we 
tvUJ sell at the rwldence on 



Buddy Tinsley. 35-year-old former 
All-Bouthwe.<rl Conference tackle 
and a regular tackle with the Loa 
Angeles Dona for two years. ilgLed 
a contract with the Western Inicr- 
PrnvinrlaJ Football Union elub yes- 
lerdty. 

Contract details are not known 
Tlmiey te six (e#t. four Inches and 
upa the scales at 250 pounds. 

Misener, speaking to a quarttir- 
back m#eUng, eald the dub also 
has signed three local Junioe stars. 
They are Walter Konawdtl. 30; 
Peter Sawchuk, 30. and Victor i 
Bolylo. 31. I 



I ,VfR RAUC ar OWNER. HEW e-HOOU 
bUBS*’"*- tbrM badruoma, Nartb 
Qwadta '■Ona-arr* iM. Prira III eei. 
BoteracakiDiM. 

F )R sale niREr^R^M HOL'nS 
parUr furalMttd wtut kiubta ran(«. 
balf aert. Rrtca U.S4S RclmaatinU 

H ome wrm cHARAc.TtR A.Ho'vtvvr 
la RalrRaU a«ar Rpca«an<l. »:■ r>«ma. 
on^Matld bMibif. aalamadi b«l watar. 
W(bi taara aid Larpa U*tn|*rowm «UR 
viow •inSdwa. SxaplaM. a«H pln^MiirlBd 
•all and bt|* taaiiM tafliag. 
w*lb Mrp 4 T Drepiar* aad «it* vlaSava. 
Caaipart modarn B'lrbaa Extra larga 
•atranca hall rannriins aU roaiga Oi>an 
•arch and aaiM at tMr Naiaral rork 

r trdrn and aak traoa Hardwood Soort. 

iMilaa blindt. artuitlr ntiiahin( Prira 
(IS.aeo PhoM owrnar. O 3MS. or Boa wn, 
Calaatat Would conaidcr ainbaDsa for 
aavon or *i(b( rwom l•••ai•(r bw«T in 
OM Bay, Oancalai sr Maoal Teimia dl*- 
inria 



Canada Junior 
Hockey Leagu# championship when 
they aquRcsed by Lethbridge Native 
Sons. 6-8. here 

Fata won the Am game. 1-4. 
Beturday In Regina, with the Sons 
squaring the count with a 6-4 vle- 
tory Monday In the Baskatchewan 
city. Th# fourth game la billed for 
Lethbrtdge tomorrow night. 



MONDAY, 2 P.M 

ell-Biiill 



TONIGHT at 8 



WANTED FOR CLIENT 

4 M S-raom atuStfn bu»(ala* U.OM ra«b 
wUi handi* Can mt wv to (ft b*r awtitb. 
Aik for Ur Ban(j. Rlis) or rtaldra<« 
B lUI. 

HAWKES FOSTER. LTD. 



Lovely Household 
Furniiliings 

laafadad ajao«( whlf# aro 4 Waatifal 
Rodroam RalUa la aalld wafaat aad wfcUr. 
fan daolaai. arawafat Dfalas iaitc la aak. 
I daa Caraada foaa Raraak. Hkc aowi. 
aaada aad acada af braad waw Ootka aad 
Cbaata of Prawm, atoa Trttltoa. baasilfal 
Damaali caMlarttld dallaa. a*d Sciica 
•aJtaa ia raw. RlUbaa CablnH. a f»w blia 
af Ckiaa aad Giaaa, Mlraar,. Ltacawara 
(Towala). Laay-Bay ntalc. add ra«r rbalr*. 
amaU aaraak Mala. Rad*, and aa aaaori, 
■aal a( llawM a*aal ta aa aartlaa rwam 
Tbara la atlU raaai far Mcaral addtd lata 
If yaw wtab ta dHaaia al tbrm for MORI., 



Spokane Indians 
Lose Skip Rowland 

SPOKANE. March 23 LP).-Oen# 
(6klp> Rowland, the former U.C.LA. 
football star, will not be with the 
Spokane Indians baseball elub this 
year. 

Rowland, who batted 383 In 62 
games for Spokane last sessna. will 
be stlendlng Summer school at his 
slma mater for a maeter’s degre#, 
the club announced today. Row- 
land. a star halfback with the 1647 
U CX A. team, playad l#ft field and 
third baa# for the Western Inter- 
national Leagu# Indians In 1646. 



B^wn as 



216 DOUGiJiS ST. 

Overiooklag Bca«#tt HUl Farti 
Few Bloeka From FarUaRsewt Bldgi. 



URGENT - SHOAL BAY AREA 

I4A04 caab la baadlr ihrM>b»drocai Iibhu, 



OFF MOAPRA. OR KIOR GROUND 
nCRER A HOMS ABU A REVENUg- 
AL poat food Mama. ai««L 4 Rraelara. 
tatbraaa ibwa. ^aa aiL>ld^. wiiR 
aloctrte arroloea, laiM. t RaMettm, 
farnae*. wash trari aa' Oo«4 

ea'O'o Mt. Imaodlala ' #*VCAA 

FwaMMlnn Ycrait ^ ) / DUU 

RALPH R WILSON 

Pbaaa ENII VU Ponbartoa Bldf. 

B*«r 4» a MRS 



Noted Pitcher Dies 

HIOGINSPORT. O., March 33 LF) 
—Harry (8Um» Bailee, one ot base- 
baU's gr«at southpaw pitchers in the 
twentlM. died today He was 65. 

It was Sallee’s fine hurUng In 
1610. when be won 31 game# and 
lost aeven. that helped (hnclaostt 
Red# win the peonent. Be won the 
second game tk the world serlea that 
year against Chicago White Box. 



M faar rawma with dtaaiM to maba 
Mbl* badrwom S-ma fid* «UenL f 
— .. ... tiaocfa 



TBmalM M3 C«n(rai Baildtiie 



86 FROPERTY FOR SALS 



RevcDDe or Fimily Home 

I 

Comprising; Eatranee Hall with 3* 
plec# Waahroem. 0#a(ral Threngli 
BaO le all downstairs room#, Uvlag- 
B##ml 14*s 3F with flreplae#. Dining- 
R«#nL 14'xirr*. Panelled Dm, IPs 
IS' with flreplae#, Klt«lt«n. U*x17*, 
•ttraetive #pen iuiveaae k> I'p- 
•ialrs RaO l«#dlng to #U rooms. 
Maeiar B ed iw m, 14'xlC, with ftro* 
ptao# and I'xlO' DraMlng Room 
eomplat# with double eiolhea cloaeta, 
■ee#nd Bedra e m. 16*slF, with double 
closet#, third ■•draam. Il'xl4'6" with 
eloeei. ■■nraani. irxtr, l-piaa« 
Batbraasn. H#4 Watar Oil-0-Mati« 
baattag; fall ceiaeat Baarmrnt with 
ToOet and Wash Tubs; txlra heated 
Rooms In Baecmeni; matching 
heated Oarage: nice one-room Sum- 
mer Ootlage. Lou of Fruit Treea. 
lifetime Barrett Roof, etc 
Lot 130-ft. frontage, depth 170 ft. 
4 UA 4. Map 68601 , which Includea 
extra lot with IrrlgBUon laid oil 
T axse $31!. 



PREIMAN'S VERY CLEAN 
AUCTION ROOMS 
919 PANDORA AVE. 

<REA1 Ql APRA, 



OR Bsorr-MOA circlr 

4 navT 44 acRsa. t-iux)MiD e ufUA> 
x '4 bwLiBtow. Md w*ii Bad alwtrH 

puMp. ah, 9Ublr 



n an jdr k mm-nooM raiiibt 

orw box .!•« yww wi*h t« Uad« bb 
minu* Bnxnytr 1 b parfBrt cMdltiwof In- 
MM Ml i M BioBtR from throo Miita 

K b Ur tluM-rwoM tuliB for »aB*f. 
•O-M it RM-wBlar baot. law Imm. 

rvi: p- « I11.4N. mMbt nericaee MAm. 

•ByobU I4d wanin Owner n*«d» i»or» 
rwMB. WiU Bccrpt fcBUrt* of |4 US an 
vour 4 «nUr a* Uw m tJ SSS and tSBU 
•VOTint Bf eo4h. B SIS4. 

r ovgLT ^pirf-NooMB) RiifgrvEaiu 

> Bid ilucM bona. mllla Iran City 
Hall, wlifiin rfty Uniu. bb owrtt wotar- 
tranl WiUi aaclotttfB. Urpa iBndacapad 

t raunda aed aavarato (orBia. PwailbU 
ro-fBflillr bon* er awnar awBid hBt* 
aMafiy porins (uaaia. imnadtaia poaaaB- 
a»n Siasoe CB4h. or laraw U aafi. 
RUTS. OT3M 

J EAVINO FOR BMOLARD. I-ROOM 
i bwiia. > badrowma. S Bar* «l fardtn 
dUR troantaotiM. fruit Paaa tT4l mvbs- 
nob AaanuB 

M OOm 4 ROOMS ART>' gONMOM? 

3 yaara bM RcuMaabla Bgtr «IU bB 
■MMdarad 1441 Baak. 



•““‘r a'virtA 

cordWBBd. InmBdlaU rtinilia $3 I CX/ 

AjE Mr Mr n*lM 

‘nn %c LARD a mvagmarr 

AllERCT. LTD. 

•33 OBreranaat StrMt 0 411S 



Montreal “Y” Wins! 

MONTREAL. March 23 CD.— 
Montreal Y.MHX tonight seored a 
16*41 vlotory over Toronio TD-BeUs 
In the first gams of a best-of-three 
serlas for the Bssten) Canadian 
baaketbaU ehamplonJihlp. 

Second game between Y.MHA 
and the Ontario champions will be 
played here tomorrow night. If a 
third game is ncceaaary It wlU be 
played bore Saturday. 



St. Paul Edged 
By Minneapolif 



£b RjihM Subdlrtaoa, R«fM Oak. Ollis! 
/^NLEIOH FLACg. OAK RAV~TWO 
Road"^ hfc. B43I4 1144 Cadbar* Rtf 

/ 1H01CB BuiuitNo LOT. Si rr^j m 
fi frMMflB MrnrBMr aad TarraBBi 
4 ^ 4«rdan toil, M3S B 1311 

I'^U RALS-LOT. -nro RLOOcTFiLiu 
A Hiy rnttro. m,,} far aeBruaBwi ir 
F^M*_kakM. OMM. Ofl34 

( 1MD RUIIJ>IMq"L0T. on QUAMtn* 
' * Bci SMBai T| ftai frantafa 0 4ia» 

rORAL RUaotRO LOT, 3V4I ^7tLSE.U 
> /‘f* Quadra. RaafUfal t1 ««. 



G6611 



MTNTfEAPOUS. March 32 (/D — 
Ous SchwRTU trl St Paul eoered 
(our goRli (ohifht. but that waant 
chough to prevent Minneapolis Dom 
defeating the SalnU 6-6 in the open- 
ing game of Ihetr beat-of-flv# United 
States Hockey Id»ague play-off. 

Schwartz, who got the first goal 
of the night, counted three more in 
the space of 4H minutes lai# in the 
Aeoond period. Hts test two came 
within a minute of etu^h other, while 
Minoeapolls had John Marlucci In 
the penalty hot. 

Joe Lrvandoakl netted the fifth 
St. Paul goal, while the Minneapolis 
eountem went to Walt Atnas and 
Frank King, with two apiece. Walt 
Hergeaheimer and BUI Rlchardvin 



KILSHAWS 



At led — iovelyr dlnaef-iized, papet aeplfim 
llwee tkicknedisa «f soR cellulose, 

TKey ellRf lo yofw 

U# like Ine lineni 
40 lo • peckeye — 
oock one • leundry 



RicBllanl dralnai 



Requests Racing 

PORTLAND, March 33 VD.-Rep- 
reeantatlvea of Bill Kyne. formir 
general manager of the fnrecloeed 
Portland Meadows race track, ap- 
plied today for a Sl-day horve-rac* 
Ing eeaeon here. 

Attorney J. Robert patteraon, and 
BUI Klrpper, feumer owner ot the 
Portland Baseball Club^ asked a 
scaaen beginning May 30. 



'PoMesiion 24 Hours 

Terms eash. 10% depcMlt at Urn# of 
sale— mortgage Rvallsble. 



r err, HSJCT DOOR to orahor imogii 
•• M'sier. 

RWtablB tar duaMa, aU^ dSM 



N bw fodr-room 

ORB Miw akBlrw ^ 
• iBBln* 4(«Bt. 

F«mi«r Road aad 

WBBd Frlia BBlV 

/liwHRR MUST I 
' ' '< haaiBd. t« 

BBf' *i>«B euir* - I 

C iwimB I 



FAH-AROOR OH 
oaad RBikdls aad 

Mibaiio Road al 

Railsr F*rk. CM- 



|r« ■( Frlca. SIM Caatait Mr. Leua. 
• *M . R VUd Ftnancial Ranray. Ltd . O sm 



SATURDAY 

Id Oar Modern lalfsriinmi 

1115 Fort St. 



On View 

TOMOREOW, 6 A.M. to 5:66 PJIC. 
lATURDAT, 6 A.M. to 1:16 F.M. 
MONDAY. 6 AJL to 0A1-I TTMK, 
3 F.M. 



' 4>>-ROOU HOME. 
i''amoa. la Qaaura 
UBBB, 'sardBa. 
eaii — ■las Frtfi# 

• MaeBBUoa. aeeir 



r ore. TWO 31 X 130. o^'tOQnrMALT 

Road. a i*r AdauaU. ifM g us4. 

\'ic6 verr. jtmAif ~afmRgT~ m iim 
lupradnuMir), dae. erfb- 

Sine M. rwadr for c'mma l.dOS fbal 
far taar-roaa bwasalaw 
tDHudM Lat approTod far NHA Man. 
tdSe er B>ar o ffrr 0 3411. 

r\A* 6AT wATmwioHT urr. tt^ 
ye int, *a4Mn( toaftciak Mo baaak 13131. 

R*Y cHotrt ■fii.'nii’ LOT 
^ * imji^_f^A‘no» _o nee. 
rpRREE CROICB BbtLDTw«r~L^~wpff 
^ ' *li ****’ Bail. vtiSta two- 

4144 lACH. WARRlpi 
* •* iAk4 »*n far iaa- 

w a aft at aanaeM a« taaS ) 1 **ab>« 
kaeaa . baa a w a t. 34 oataria Ouaa 

JTWifDg VIEW LOT 0|f~REArH 
•X ‘ on** ur be 3W R 1114. 

TvrtAHnO LOT ^V SHetTFREr 

atar Saa Vlaw. is S4t O ttij 



MODERN AND ANTIQUE 
FURNISHINGS 
AND HOUSEHOLD EPFECTS 



Monarchs l in 

BRANDON, Man., March It O).— 
Winnipeg Monsreha tonight foudht 
tooth-and-naU to keep themscli'es 
In the running for the Manitoba 
Junior Hockey League title, defeat- 
ing Brandon Wheat Kings, 7-4. 
BraDdon leads ths bast of-sevsn 
serlea, 8 to 3. 



kSTlOH 

lo •UAHTBia. COH* 
•t*. Mark at irirntra 
bay aas eall worth 

$7500 



WORLD FAMED 



i coUection of superior suites and 
occasional pltoea. Beveral mntiqus 
pieces of distinction and quality. 
Copper, bram and rare brlc^-brac. 

Brand New 
Elpf^r Fn^iHairr 

RUGS AND RANGES 
Further particulars In tomorrow's 
^ Colonist. This MllecUon msy now 
be Inspected. 

^Dor Bglasrooms art open dally for 



^0 evlra aa.. 

ISOLLTVt 
BwAtalaw. s brt 

at»a timr. atira I 
want, laandr* tif 
taraly bnma It at 
baa«b Frlra 1 Ui 

CLOSE DI-CITT 

Van naa S-rwan hama a« rapalr* avadad 
Pad rtwiant baariaaal. MraaM. farada 

$5250 

rgHTRAL aAARiCll 

Hla# arrM of oirtia Mil t«a aaoB* auHt- 
load, dtaad baUdtsd au* ^2700 

. Eraatwfa' 

MV Whaabt Oddit Mr NalMfi R 4441 
Hnyi LOCATORS RRAt.TT CO 
Ml Cinwal BaiMtnfl I'boaa OS3I4 



NSW FEIIRT FR0F06AL8 

YARMOUTH. NJB <Fi.-A car 
ferry eervlce has been protv^ed 
between Nova BcoOa's south shore 
and New Englaod. And though 
Y*avvnouib had bmi chruen s# Um 
C anadian terTnisua,'rft>up porta In 
Maine are vying for the other rod 
of the aervloe YTicr are R^icUand. 
Purllsnd. Bar Harbor and WiMssrtL 



ATgUrROKT PROPERTT 
fart 1-rwMa Iwwat. It 



aaMtnKlod. 



the reception and display of good 
furniture 

RILAHAWI TIIE AUCTtONCERH 
1115 Fort Blrvrt G6441 

Don’t sacrlftce ynur pomcmonsl 
Moncyrs advanced on good oonslgn- 
menta. Sales of every deacripUun 
undertaken. 

GRADHTLL KfUlHAW 
AacUeweer aod Appralaee 



$3200 



Checrhl Charles 



ovmuxHinfo Tirg sta 

VirCATTP ox OALUta ROAD. 
’ Aa* *l*w of OlyMRlc Maosiain* 
r»a haww at Soa raaaw *- 
(ar«a raaeu dawn, tva a#. 

RS baMiwaet PlUCg 



HUNOOL FOE CAMF2M 
560NT71SAL CFi.— A new etrtos 
of evening courses at McOUl UnS* 
veraltir’a Redpath Muasum Is toUor- 
made for the amatour camper aad 
natoraUst. Lecttma deal with every- 
thing froan mep-foedlng to tneecta 
and aature photography. 



$6500 



'Ml# Broad Biraai fg—a O DAl 

traMBsa OD4S 

wuAidTToifoALoiCniooidR maiF 
a«ra otUi Iim auva. oa«r take: mH- 
^ boodywiBB oAMt _ 

YTNCcninjrTvo doflkz.'oar'rat— 
Plat torn rsaou t« bbOi wntt. Fag 
aeawfi kaoMdAi, bbb 4«b eark*. aiira 
MuMtoae k> baMMaat. bo# krtMa.'aa. 
MM A H I < loan Will laU b* li. ar 



WITHIN 3-MILE CIRCLE - 

tt«-f wama d e w*i’>w d. ran Pftmft 

iT*WATtH UATFn. m tttro Maal, 
I. ro«aaMn, Baarlv an arra af toad 
■l«il la ika nrtr Read ara« Plonif of 
U oMl awan trwu Taaoa 
YKRWR mat 3/UUU 

Or BMr adtw 
VSaata atb f»r Mr Mofra 



* he Maoatw vni b* bald M ilw Hwn#*- 

M»a*e*Ba a . Ri«b»aai Ra*d. ai • #a 

TharMiy. March 3Stk. ISSa 
Rmtnaaa 

Ta rareroa lh« AbimhI Hawaii far 
tba yaar ladfae Poea w bae IM*. 



WELL NAMED 



aa«a*a at Wmak Haalairn rreaSari. 



4LL warawM hawmm aar MbIm Bgalaak 

5,“t? **»«t»‘r»v Orewk*rt. Mia af U» 
g«r af DriwriA. la ika PrwoiBca af Omwk 
gwvibt*. «ba dlod aa Um 144h dar af 
^Orwary^fSa. arw rweafrad m oao4 ar do- 

TfcMMa. RC. ran warucwlan ta 
musd af Uitir flaiaia vHfcia 00 a laoBtR 
M iba ea«* btmJL obM^aSchS 

Bsiaia • BMote wflT ba dWtnbwiad. haolae 
raeaN aaiy ta iba bMIbm tRal baaa lOaa 
baafi rbca l awd. 

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Batl)| (Colonut Victoria, I.C^ Tliort.. Marcli 23, 1950 

1 1 _ - , — 

Varied Program Slated 
By Salvation A rmy Band 



Oninions Divided on Way to Choose City Manager 



Tbt Vtclorla Solvation Army 
Band. Uto diatnet'i oklMt nmilcal 
ofgregaUon, will prascnt lu annual 
ooneort at tho ClUdel, 757 Pan> 
Sora Avrauo, • Saturday. 

OuMi artikU wUl Include Marilyn 
Leigh, elocutlonlit, and Mra. Irla 
Paver, cnolralto, who will ting 
*Deep River” and **I Stood at the 
Data of the Year.** 

Principal. aelecUon by the band ' 
will bo a aulte, “6U Paul'i EpUtlea,** ; 
by Bmmwell Coleo. | 

Other aelecUuoa will Includa , 
“Confidence.** a comet duet featur* 
Ing Bert Mllla and BUI Hastings; 
*Traumcrel.“ “Jeau, Joy of .Man's 
Z>calrtng’' and "MlnneapoUs.“ a 
marrh composed by Cmll 8oder> 
strren, a senior executive of the 



National fin>a4casimg Corporation, 
Chicago. 

, Bandmaster Is Max Chalk. 



Sunriie and Sunset 

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B; ARNIt: MVKBb 
PcaslblUty that four appUcanta 
for tha newly-ereated poat of city 
manager orouid be floom to Victoria 
for personal 'intcrvlewf with City 
Council was tuggcsted by CUy Hall 
sourcoa yeatarday. 

The applicants would be the four 
moat dMlrsble capdldatet choeen by 
StevenaoD 3e Kellogg, Vancouver 
management consultanU, who are 
Mrreenlng the 74 appUcatloru fnr the 



)<o. ope choice to come to Victoria 
for an Interview. 

Bpeeulation Is rife In City Rail 
, circlet that top choice of Stevenaon 



Tides at Victoria 

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Major J. A. Drwar 

Hamiirnp Wiiinrr 

M ajor j. a. Dewar last 
ndthf • won the WlUard 
championship of the Pacific 
Club in the handicap division. 
He defeated Robert Caskey. 
350-307. 

In the open event. Mr 
Caskey reached the finals by 
defeating AJ Smith. SOO-336 
He will meet William Cage 
for the championship. 



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CHEMAINU8. March 33— Funeral 
services of the late Leslie Arthur 
L4unpltt. Chemalnus. were held 
Wednesday In Chemalnus Baptist 
.Church. Interment followed at 
Chen^tnus cemetery. Hirst Funeral 
Chapel was In charge of arrange- 
ments. 

Mr I.ampltt was born 43 vears ago 
In Ur>)'dmlnstef. S«sk . and lived at 
Banff and Vancouver before moving 
to Chemalnus flve yean ago. He Is 
survived by hls widow, Lillian: two 
tons. Roger and Mervin, and one 
dauahter, Joan. 



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Uus week Council probably wlU 
deal vrtih the question next Tueaday, 
at a special moeUng later next week. 

Five of the city's Kn aldermen 
yesterday said they favored the per- 
sonal-interview plan. Others con^ 
sldered It a waste of money. 

Mayor Percy George aaid yester- 
day "no plan has been fonnulatled" 
for making the final chntct. He 
saM 4ia > liadnit bean approached | H . 
about bringing the four applicants 
to Victoria, and that he "couldn't 
imagine" It would be done 

AI.RFAnr INTERVIRWED 

"Stevenson Ac Kellogg, through 
their branchea acrras the country, 
have already interviewed the most 
Ufcely applicants,'* he said. 

"Bui It won't be Stevenson A Kel- 
logg that have to deal with the dty 
manager after he’s appointed. It 
will be City Council.'* one alderman 
said. "Council should do the Inter- 
vlealng.” 

Mayor George said It was "within 
the realms of poaslbllUy" that coun- 
cil would ask Stevenson A Kellogg's 



A BeDotfg will be George S. Mooney, , 
head of Mootrcwl's Economic Re- 
search Bureau and executlvt direc- 
tor of the Canadian Federation of 
Mayors and MunlripaUUcs and of 
tho Masa Trmnspw^lon. Bureau. 

OfBclaUy. no one knows the ap- 
plicants’ names. AppUatUons were 
unopened until they wen sent to 
Stevenson A Kellogg. 

FAVOR IVTER>TEWS 
Favoring council tntarvlewa are 
Aldermen Mn. Hilda Baxter. WU- 
Uam Pinfold, F. G- Mulilner. P. B. 
Bcurrah and Charlee Banfleld. 

They felt the choice could not be 
mad# aolely from written appUca- 
Uotu which gave no clue to the ap- 
plicant's pezeonallty. 

*T definitely feel we should Inter- 
view these four.” Mrs. Baxter said 
"Personality does enter into It. 
80.ME lNmCAT10N_ 

**X realize you cant Judge a man'a 
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*lt Is \he councils duly to Inter- 
view the top four candidatea," said 
Aid. Banftcld. 

BHOl'LO SEE APPLICANTS 

(Aid. Banfleld. oonvsleaclng at 
home after a lengthy lUncas, will be 
unable to attend Tuesday's meet- 
ing.) • 

"Td hate to hire anyone for my 
own bustneas without seeing hlm.“ 
Aid. Bcurrah said. "I’d be inclined 
to' say. *Brlng them out and let’s see 
them’.'* 

Re felt It better to "spend o Httk 
extra money to. make sure the per- 
son Is suitable." 

Aid. MuUlner said he was in favor 



of "bringing out at least tha top 
two or three sppUcanu." 

Aid. Mrs. Margaret ChrlsUt aald 
she "wants to see every application" 
before making any decision. ’ 

"I want to go over them all my- 
self." she said. "I cant see why It 
should be left entirely to Btevenson 
A Kellogg." 

In regard to bringing applicants 
to Victoria, she said. “It would de- 
pend on where they came from. If 
they lived within a reasonable dis- 
tance. It would be feasible." 

Aid Duncan MrTavlsh opposed 
the plan as "an unnecessary waste 
of money." 

"There's no reason (or It." he said. 



If we re going to take BtevensoB 
A Kellogg’s advice, well take B." 

Aid. Dr. J. D. Hunter and H. M. 
Dlgfon declined to commenL Aid. 
Dlggnn. rhalraian of the Finance 
Committee, said the Sievensoa A 
Kellogg report would be dealt with 
by a committee before Ooutsdl gets 
It. 

"Ibe Finance Committee will have 
to do with IL or it might go to the 
committee of the whole befom l| 
goestb Council." he said. 

Council weeks ago ruled that the 
returned applications would be 
dealt with only bv Council. 

Aid. Waldo SkUUngi was unavail- 
able for comment. 



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Aid. Pinfold said he would like 
U> see It done. "You can go through 
a lot of paper-work without finding 
out a thing about a man's person- 
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Uncle Wiggily Story 



YJI.r.A EXPANDS 
SAINT JOHN. NB. CF». — A 
2 S*man committee has started a 
campaign to extend farUltlea of 
the YH.CA. In the Maritime 
provtncea. It plans to establish local 
committees In smaller rnunlclpamiea 
and form local youth groupe where 
no previous Y faclllUee were avail- 
able. 



PRIZE WINNERS 

Alby, tha aibatroas bird king ot 
the Big IVee. stood up on his moss 
Ihrone where he had been sitting to 
award prises tn the Painted *rurtle 
Parade. 

“What Is going on there near you. 
Uncle WlgfUyl" called King Alby. 
*There seems to be some disturbance 
tai the parade. Queen Owlle and I 
want to know what It Is. We can't 
see very well from up here on our 
thrones. Is anything wrong?" 

"Yes, King Alby. there Is," ans- 
wered Unde WIgglly. "It seems that 
Bnsppy and Scrappy, two Urge tur- 
tles. are fighting." 

"Why are they flghUng?" adied 
King Alby. **On Painted Turtle Day. 
In oiir Big Tree Land at the North 
Pole, we should all be at peac^ Now 
1 am sorry to hear that two of our 
best turtles, Snappy and Scrappy, 
are ftghting. Why? I want tn know, 
Uncle Wiggtty. If you please?" 

“ni ask them." aald Mr. Longears. 
Politely twinkling hls pink noec. 
Uncle WIgglly asked ‘ "Scrappy, why 
are you flghUng with your friend, 
Snappy?" 

"He Is no friend of mine. Uncle 
Wigglly.' aald Scrappy. "Just now 
tn the parade he xatd the picture on 
my back Is terrible! Then he stepped 
•n my tall." 

"Well, you said the picture on my 
bark was terrible and. you stepped 
on my tall, too," grumbled Bnappy. 
“Now I'm going to scratch yout" 

"And I'm going to scratch you. too. 
Snappy," grumbled Scrappy. 

Then the two large painted turtlea 
stood up .on their hind legs and 
began Kratchlng one another with 
titcir sharp claws. A« each turtle 
Was encaMd tn a hard shell, the 
■rratchlng of one did no harm to 
the other. But it made a lot of nol.«e 
so that Uncle Wigglly and hls 
friends could scarcely hear the bird 
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Suddenly, Queen Owlie flew ofl 
her mossy throne and flapped her 
wing!! over the flghiing turtles. 

"Enough of thU flghtlr (' Stop It!" 
h--tf4 Que^nU. the ta:. ttIJie ^cUc 
owl. "Snappy and Srrappy, you 
must crawl out of the parade. King 
Alby and I wUI talk wltb you two 
later. Now, let the procession go on. 
March. Painted Turtles ! Play. 
Blrd-O" 

The birds played The turtles 
marched. Then Bunty exclaimed: 

"Oh, goodie! When Snappy and 
Scrappy had to leave the parade, 
that made a Wg. open place for our 
little Teenie. See. Buster, he is 
marclUng along all by himself!" 

"That's right. Now the king and 
queen can see him more easily. Oh, 
I hope Teente wins a prise with the 
picture you and I palmed on hU 
Shell, Bunty." 



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GarU 

“1 hope so, too. listen. King Alby 
speaks." 

The aibatroas king stood up on his 
throne and flapped hls ertngs. 

"My turtia tfianda." ba said. 
"Queen (^wtle and 1 have looked 
with pleasure at the beautiful pic- 
tures on your shells. They are the 
best pictures In any parade that ever 
was held. Now we are going to 
annmifire the prize winners." 

Uncle Wigglly and all the others 
Ilslened. Little Teenie. who was 
waiting near Bunty, whispered: 

"Oh. I hope I win Just a little 
prize. Just a little one." 

Did Teenie win a prize? I will 
tel! 3 nju tomorrow If the f ailing 
Miowflakea will please stop tickling 
the nose of the little puppy dog so 
that he aneesex and hls mother 
thinks he Is catching cold. 

iR#!****e bv Th* B«n Bvndic*t« tne I 




MANE YOUR SOUPS 

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• ftdd to vegetable water 
lor nourishing beefy soup 



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freih Frozen Orange Juloe 
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ripened. oranges* No «aste». 
no fqueeser dusz and fuss* 

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AN ALL-CANADIAN COMPANY 



Dinner Is Serv^ 

LAST NITE w# went honw. aM 
this breadwinner, bsd to pitch in 
and cook tha dinner. Beesute ss 
U know, aa I told in anothw, the 
O.P.’s gone hoi1>e, to visit her 
mother. "Now, let'a see, 
where to begin." I opened the Frig., 
and 4 trolAd my chin. "There’s the 
cold meat." Trudie sed. "and in 
there too. Mummy keeps the breed.” 
^ I took out the roast, let the 
door elsm, then carved up 2 dollars 
worth of Iamb. "Here are the 
potstoee," the eldest cried, "Just 
put in some dripping, end we'll 
have 'em fried.’’ "Dripping?” ] 
queried, "Where is that?” "Here . • « 
in this cup . . . oo top to the fat.'* 
Into the pan, I dump^ this stuff, 
wasn't quite sure, If 1 had enuff. 
Setting the table, they giggled a lot, I 
while the fat in my pan. got rather 
hot. Then on the bMrd. the bread 
that wsa iced, I carved in sections, 
neatly aliccd. Each piece 1 epeared 
where it wsa at, then flipped it : 
acroes, into the fsL “Now | 
W-H-A-T?" aed our eldest, wide 
open her lipa, "we're heviM cold 
lamb, NOT fiah 'n chipe.” The fat 
by now. in a diiay pace A sparting 
Haelf. all ovar tha pUca. "You'va 
too much fat, thayil NEVER fry. 
thoae, you are making, (hey call 
French-fry." "So whet," 1 replied. ' 
“beat it, shoo. I’m the chM, so 
parley-voue." Before dinner to I 
over, may J interrupt, to talk ot tha 
table, where wa tupped. It'a made I 
of chrome, with a plastic lop. we've 
more in our etore, mention to Pop. 
And the moet beautiful chaire. you 
ever did aec. to how's about getting 
one, just like me. Human needs 
are very few, but with one of thaat. 
you glamoriie Blew. Don't Juat 
“get-by" with your old wreck, 
aatiify that hankering, lifa'a ahort, 
by hack. Finally wa filled up every 
pUte, a half bottle of picklea, Trudia 
ata. Then the ice cream, wa’d got 
at the atore, aha pickled thia too, 

I alreoat did acream, "eating onion I 

II almoat did aeraam, "eating onion I 
^klea, with choctota lce-€raan?"j 
^ey did the dtohea, pyjama-clad . ' 
white I eat down, and acribbled thia 
Ad. 

HUIIIIER’S 

Mearica, *'VeHey” A Irace 
la iech of the New Feat Office 



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TWO NEW 
VARIETIES 




APRICOTS WITH FARINA 
VEGETABLES WITH UMB. 
MIIK AND BARLEY 



EVERY MOTHER WITH A BABY UKDER 
ONE YEAR OF AGE SHOULD READ THIS 



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food processors, take to im 
after straioing baby foods, Lib 

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Libby’s 

Foods so THEY ARE TEN TIMES HNER IN 
TEXTURE THAN POODS WHICH ARE ONLY 
STRAINED. Coarse food panicles arc pulverized, 
aod eveo the food cells themselves arc broken 
open. This has two important cffcas which are of 
pvdcttlar importaocc to ygp aad your baby. 



nrtt aod most importaot, it makes Libby’s Baby 
Foods to easy to digest thai theyare well tolerated 
even by six-weeks-old iofaota. ikia is ooly true of 
Libby's Baby Foods. Secoodly, because allthe food 
ta digested, it means that with Libby’s, baby gets 
more actual oouriihmeni from ao c<|ual amount 
of food. Both these facu have been proven io 
clioical aod laboratory letu. 

So choote carefully for your baby . . « chooses the 
foods with the ADDED BENEFITS of bomogeoi- 
xatioD. That can only oacan one brand of baby 
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ME.CA - 



>OU MAV 

KEEP THB 



DONAtJ) I)I'(]K, hy M alt Disney 



MAKV MOKTH S F\MII Y, hv Dale Alien 



Ul UNW.C^ANO' 



R£A»\llltt.PW 6 yf 



JOHNNY HAZARD, hy Frank RoM 



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AM, VELVrr.. 
Vt^F APE ALONE 
AT LA«T / NO 
NFCP TO K GO 
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NONE INAT CAN 
MfiA0 ETC- 
eSPT UA2A9P... 



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pwrrry picjae/ velvet 
COLP OUT TO 'me orviee side. 
ANP I'M CT 0UN6 UP UE0E LIVE 
GMACULliC ON A CPTf / SOTTA 
TUINlC FACT._'CAU«e rU. K A 
COOkTEP COOC6 VAJEN VENTSO'G 
^ , MOOPC KTU0N / 



CR\.NDMA« hv Charles Ktihn 



irs SILLY T' WAfT TWO fAORE 



t’M MUNOttY AS 



famished, an 
rrs ONLY TEN 
O'CXOCK / 



HOURS FOR LUNCH, WHEN I 
CAN TURN MY CLOCK UP-' 



!ARCHIF, hv Ihil) Montana 



»P YOU CAN «C 
UP ANVTHiNO r >WN 
H(0E ON AAA*> ^ 
6TPEET: M3< 1 

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DON'T CJPIVE 
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LONGEST 
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ANTENNA 
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you SAY OUT ' VVILL VOu'P 
\PuAN 5AvT 
rtTnE FAorc<?y|u$ 

AI^XIT TEH V, - 



MEN OCWIE LATE 
TEH MINUTES 
EVERY MOPHtNC. 
THAT MEANS A 
LOSS OP I.SOO 
minutes CMULV/ 



THOUOwT OP That/ 

But mow CAN WE 
KEEP TV€ MEN 
R20H BEING LATE; 



MORGAN, M.D., by Dal CurtU 



ROY ROGERS, King of the CohIiovr, by AI MrKinAon 



'fdiyrr^e ATTMt 



A Li^TLI OAt 0' PMMRTll 
jUST 00 'T? M<nO CHABfliN’ 
rr iACTiU MOLLY P .1 



BARNAIIY, by Jark Morley 



PENNY, hy Harry Harnlgfieii 



EawY rtH uGFfrs* atw Iinw 



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Calvert 

GRANP 

reserve 

Canadian IDhhku 



r^boDds^ 

I KIDNEY i 

^ PIUS i 



Pa^t 30 — Marine 



Feileral Ship Here for Short Visit 



Harhor Revenues Hijrhei 
Despile Shipping Slump 



(Colontat VictorU, B.C^ Thin , March 23. 1950 



FoUa«lnf to a lununary ctf th« 
year'a operations tn Vamrouvrr; 

Carro tonnaga was about five per 
cent hither thwn In tha previous 
year. Siattouca for the year wuti 
IMI oompartoons lu brarketa; Ves- 
sel arrivals, ».M3 .<38.947 ' ; vessel 
tonnage. ISJ30 000 tla84.^'-' 
carlo tonnace. 8J83.000 iB.963.CK)0- 



brbalnV (kotra 
0*KS 1117 



yinrine Meta 



tty It.lV woioni l) 
Tlie ncjit Ihrec years won't pav any t 
C. Gordon, skipiirr of tlio Fffle ral t- ish. i 
Btuari Post. 

At the end of that tl^ie, 0 
mariner said yrtterday.lie will 
■pent many years at i lli«- =: 
patrol service- ^artd l.» lookinf; liv 
be able to s|x'nd his lime at h: Al 
Hii next-d'for neU:: ‘ >r 5'. a; 

Bay to hls (nc>Uier— a)iu will be , i- — 
tills Summer. 

The 80-font 



..f:. .. t, departure 

W- * Cl tt wae- duta y ii 
momlni by unfa-. ..r,.;. • 



Salt Spring Island 

FERRY SERVICE 

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 3rd 



Get Your NEW 

l¥aiterman*s 

<^/ Hinfer 

the handiest thing 
you can carry for your 
everyday writing 



r cheerful, silver-haired 
and irtinr' He ha.' 
14 with Ih:- fi hcrle.^ 
i d to t!;- day he will 

t ■■ V iifiriK*. 



Train Serxioe 
Normal Again 
On Saturday 



Maadav, Twatdav. TKyrsdar, 
Satwrdar aad Sunday 

I* Lf a»*'ts 

fu:tDra a«t 

S « ak S IS » «. 

*aaaa. l«a«». 

Na Sarvica an Wadnawlay 

Friday Sarvica Only 

L* Lt averts 

e-.iInrS 

■ IS • m. t II • m. 

|f> w • nt. ]> • fli 

« a "• s M a m 

• -am y am. 



~>lUm 



Sfiiar*. r-i • 
stationed In <he Alert Bsv ar 
and se;<l<im -’jmea 'o ' -- p- 
flha WHS here >. v. 

nn her p: ll,- r ‘ ‘ • 

area on I.*' v; . ; 

where she to !.-i olieve r; C 
Post mother fi ‘ ■ pa* : crj 

now umlerifi.lr- an..ual re«!i 
New We/’- • t. 

Crew of the f- ml !’• ’ 



«■ Pacll:- .tram-::j!5t!nen- 

a| and Ke*r|n Valley iriltto which 
-‘./_beeM ... = ■ "•■!< of 



Gulf Islands Ferry 



rnar 



i ■ rx>mlnl for M. 

' V-r ..V ' ; 7 , 



arrived hem 



Pvderul Puhe 



^ SPttDB\RD ] 

H« to** 



N-- i: rv- Kettle Vs!' 



Under pr^-^fit 



fi.sln ruM fi 
are not 



operating In tidal waters of Bnti.sh rr.lim'===o 
allowed to catch more than five salmon per day. 

Onrdnn Barrie, local repreaen'a | 

Nva for tha Pnderal 



•' ( ‘ p m. 

4'*ir! 48 from Vancouver 

p»n»frfnn will Ies\e at I 30 pm. 



Boston l^iirFoce Char^ 
Of Setting Fire to Boat 



Ptohwler 

Department, made this anmum---- 
ment yasterdar af'er repi.rUne 
many Vancouver Island sport 
fishermen were not familiar with 
regulations which goyern their fL’>'- 
inc acthities. 

The law also requlrea (hat no 
one shall catch more than ten 
grilse In ona day— ^ grlLse being 



off Santa RC'.«a en 



«.Kf AT l»AY rOMINO 
April 1 to going to be a great day 
for 19 men now Hying, amt working 
st the Canadian National Railways 
fig'ien Point & 

*IVip men In question art all dis- 
pl«-ed persona, the large majority 
of them fmm Potond. On Uielr ar- 
rival In Canada they were signed up 
a onr-:..ar contract h*/la to 



route U> Fo- 



f the A: . - • 

are nc' ai’* .... 
war s«ne. ‘Tm* 
shn»a. anywav, " 

TJie Argo. - 
dlan ship lo i 
Chinese ell'll - nr sow 



Pping Co veuel 



RENO. March 22 iINSi -A Boy- 
ton men and hit wife were Jailed 
In Reno today on a warrant from 
Miami, Fla . where they are accused 
nf arson In connectl.-m with the 
bumlna of their eeltboet. the 
Antnres 



proclaiming hli Innocence, told 
t.ewamen 

*Tlt go hack and flght this thing 
as soon as p ibie. but I can't do 
anyUilng until 1 get out of Jatl " 
Mrs. Hunnewell advised her hus 



fourth Cana- 
'f-- Info the 



JITRAIT 



In weight, or lezr.. in an undressed 
s'ete 

Total limit for b<-th salmon and 
grilse. Mr. Dsrrie pnlnted out, to 
ten ftoh. For csampl*-: If you flav.- 
landed f;ve r*aim'»ti. y(,u will only 
be all -wed to have five t-.l 
making the Intal --f ten ti h 

The regulatlona |ls:~> claim that 
*1n angling, other than by troUlng. 
BO one shall use more than one 
rod with one line eitached." 

Anglers are elso warned that It 
Is against the law to use gear de- 
algned to catch mme than or.r 
ftsh at a time 

The flsherle.i official aald It wc- 
hoped poetern — pre.«entlng »hr-- 
regulatlons -would be available for 
praungs at and about 
aporu fishing centres of the area 



the nark*n. 

TTi-‘ v.-jr to up. to be exact, at 
rr,;' Me-.*h 31 
Th- .. I'.-y will be on Ihc'r 

In travel wl-efe they please— 
pr- ‘-:"ng. of ctmrs/. they have the 
nrcc/ ary funl- and to work at 
V I'-b they are fortunate enough 
b> find. 

Of the 15 here, who have been at 
Ogden P<^lnt d<Kks for aeyeral 
munths, seven plan to aiay In this 
area, and several here already 
landed Jobe. They have also rented 
moms. The remainder will head for 
Er-ern Canada, where. In the word.v 
of nf;e of them, there to “much 



tse»***’ 



U«e 



Fionc.T to the B*- 
iimrr t>-: the 



been mae'e fri 
vJded by old f! 



in -urveM 



TRIAI..S (OMPl.f.TFO 



EVERYTHING’S 



TrlaU of the new British India 
Company cargo liner r: snult 
have been Sik- e.isfiiily c»'n:, ' '-*1 
and the v.:.ju-inn ship to a ’-d 



A number of the men who plan 
to remain in the city have already 
been Joined here by their families, 
prevloiuly living In Eastern Can- 
ada. 



butter tdd8 cfi.itinctfTe goodness 
flavour to every dish, every meal. 



NEW TVrr OF TORPf.no 

British Admiralty sprtkosman I- J 
Callaghan, in London jr^.irrtf/.' , 
referred to a new tj'pe of 'homln? 
torpedo" that can be launched from 
ahipa. alrplanea and aubnvwnr./* - 
which “note out" enemy aubmarmr- 
by aettlng their own courive to th- 
target. 

The parliamentary aCiTeiary cf 
the Admiralty mentioned the new 
weapon In moving for Houae of Com- 
mons approval of nary financial 
asUmatee. 



The first label for postage was 
p^--‘Jced fiir the BrltUh Post Office 
In 1840. 



iRrifiiiriK DF.TuNf n 
The Ps .imanUin freie»'— r Kath- 
erine, en n»iiie uj Japan with 
Argentine wheat, waa de' !ned at 
Hnnniulu Tue.iday. The Coa.«t Guard 
fined the ‘ .; r tUOO for owr 
loMdmr. 



When Your BACK 
Begins to Ache 



ON nsn STlAfS, OfOFS ~ Add butter for 
• Kiro goodrvetsl 



fttACH fOff 



TO CHftK <»N CODFISH 

Do ftob-apeclflrally rodflsh--Ulk 
while wooing? 

According to Intertwtloual Ncas 
Service Norwegian aclentlsts 
equipped with microphones, camera*, 
powerful underaea lampa and aound- 
echo apparatus, have put out to Aca 
from Oalo in a research ship en n»:N- 
lo spawning grounds to pry Into Ihc 
courtship of codfish. 



APPLlrtTIOV KFJF.Ctin 
The Canada Lab«r Rclath.tu ll4<..:d 
announced yi >rday rejection of an 
appheeUon by the West Coast 8ea- 
tnen'a Union (Canada> for certllira- 
tlon as bargaining agent tor un- 
lJrrr_T*d crew ntembers employed on 
verwla operated by Var---7uvcr Barge 
TransiKirutton Limited 
The board aald no -"-factory 
evidence had been given that the 
applicant had the atatiui of a imde 
union within the meaning of the 
Industrial Rclatlona and Dto;v;*r 
Invc.nigallon Act 



M*fC4rM, WAFfUi, — take on rww 
Ing — smothered in golden bvNcrl 



^ BfCAWSE— 

^ Barliarhe u silMi due to 
an «M«I kidney rendi- 
Iton; end fee seer half a CMturr Dedd’a 
ktdney Pilla hare helped bring r^ief fra« 
karkarha by Iraatinf lha kttWyt. Cal 
Dadd'a Kidney Pilla today at any diiig 
raunter. Uidi (ae tha Uwa bai with lha 
band. Tea can dapa nd an Itodd't. j S5 



Siuas AHO SOUPS — odd 0 

pot of blitter before servingl 



HFADS FOR FORMOSA 

The Montreal - owned freighter 
Argovan will aaU from Vancouver 
loday with war surpSJer for the ciu- 
nese Natlonallft stronghftid of For- 

mo«a 

Captain F. Delanev of Vancouver, 
Blister of the iO.OOO-ton treighier. 
aald hls ship wUl unload 75 surp’.-i; 
United Stalea Army tanks on the 
Islands north m^t. 

They were loaded In California 
after being dlR-harged from the 
Greek freighter ArtolocaUs which 



BUTTER IS ALL FOOD — no w 
You buy real food value when 
you buy butter. 



/ Calvert 



I duller 



JUST A REMINDER 

CANADIAN LIQUID AIR 

1950 INDUSTRIAL SALES CLINIC 

* PM. TONIGHT 

F T. FAIKEY TECHNICAL SCHOOL 



J k MAN S Sin A 
J LADY S SIZE 

r REFILL CARTRIOOS 
ONLY 50< 

T mus lODAi! 






CAlVfRT OISTIUERS (CANADA) IIMITED. AMME#ST8UtC. ONT 



Thi» a'lverti^eincnt in m 



FVERYONE WELCOME 



. - . _ . , ...iquor 

Lontrol Board pr by the Government of Hriiish Columbia. 



SMimM'JUST C4U. 



VICTORIA and VANCOUVER ISLAND'S LEADING NEWSPAPER 



There h So Siihsliiule for RexiilU 






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saire. Eiilerlaiiimeiil 



Pase 3 {—Local 



Of Five Shack-DiveUers 



F ive unants living In shacks south of Sinclair Road 
at Cadboro Bay beach will have to move by April 15. 
Judge H. H. Shandley gave the landlord permission 
to take possession of the premises on his land after hearing 
the shacks were not fit for human habitation. 

Although he was sympathetic so pleas of the tenants, 
the judge declared that under the existing law he bad no 
alternative but to give possession of the land. 

The landlord is Robert Herbertson. 



U<u««ratt» of Bnush Oa]unUita| 
acton wlU mjsUfy and euterUUn a ' 
Vlctroria audience Prtday with J B ' 
prteatlejr's New York succeaa, “An 
Inapector CaUi.“ . 

CurtAin sens up on the S5th an- 
nual ,,Biirtna production of U3C ^ 
Ptajren’ Club at 1.30 pjs. FrUlay \n 
Victoria Hifh School auditorium 
'Dm slnale perfonnanca here wUl br 
apMMored by Victoria branch ol 
D3.C. AlunuU Amoclatlon. Pru- 
ceedi« |o to the Sandertoo-MonKin 
Sch'tianhip in Preach fcK- liudeiiu 
of Victoria Colieve. Tickets are 
available at the Marionette library 
BISK DllUN'TOB 
DlrecUnf the show is Sidney Risk, 
who directed Vanoouver'i Everyman 
Theatre when It look top honors at 
the Drama FeaUvai with ‘Noah.” 
Mr. RlUt has a wide backsTound in 
virtually every phaae of the Uiaairc. 
Uicludlng an appearance in London 
as “Danny” in the ortglDai run of 
“NiRht Must VUl." 

John Miltbnut stare as the In- 
spector wboae call on the BirtiDS 
family la so cataAlrtighic. ArUmi 
Birllns. self-satisfied but rudely- 
awakened manufacturer. U played 
by Vicliina’s Bon Wilson, and Eliza- 
beth Davit is his suphtsttcated wife. 
Bybll Her dL<dlhisioned aun. Eric. 
U Phihp Kcatlejr Tlir part of tiveir 
perceptive itaushler, Sheila. Is taken 
bv Anna Wootton. Orrald Croft. 
Bhalla'i worldlv fianrcc. Is Inter- 
preted by Bob RusaelL 

WUX-KNOWN Hi:KI 
Ronald WUson is weli-knuwn In 
Victoria (or his aettnf In Victoria 
UtUe Theatre. St Bantabar Players 
and Victoria CoUe.:e Players. He Is 
president of the Ptayere' Club this 
year He and John MiUigan played 
In “Nooh “ 



Other members c4 the ‘Inspector*' 
cast trutn ViciorU ais Anna 
W'M>tk>Q and M iralyn Berry, both 
of whom have played tn a number 
of Vicu>na prcKlucUuns. 

The pley. eays an advance release, 
offers Si complete a blending as can 
b« a«*hieved of the •play-wiih-a- 
mosfcage" and the “play-to-mtcr- 



frum rJtueiu who had spotted JUI 
dvpurung herMlf wnu/ig the Lug*, 
end fuhbuats. UoUi Esq'dmalt arid 
Victoria poUre were called, but when 
they arrived Jill waa atways snme- 

wher* else. 

AHhU.NM) to hkAKl H 

Mr Johruton and Beaten KUl 
caxcuacr Oeurse Radkiiap were as- 
signed to catch this f<4giUve from 
a duck pond 

Monday. Uiey sliitited Jill among 
the wltUft-ape on < hoppy Wr.vt Bay. 

The two gave chose in a ten-foot 
clinker-built skiff, but turned back 
when they (uuiid they were takUig 
W'ltef uver the su-m. 

‘Tuesday and Wednesday liiey 
u led —and failed -akaln. EieryUme 
they ciune within gnsbbiug dblance. 
JiU Wiggled her daini) feet and shut 
out of reaclL 

MLIKS U14<U WIND 
- Jill is no great shakes an e flyer 
With one wing ehiiped. she can only 
lift hrr heavy body nff the water 
in a high wind 

! But she can swnn a go o d deal 
^(nKter than the parksinen can m«. 

Late ycjitcfday, Alex JohnM<*n 



a'Cordlng U> a p>>pular Wentem 
ballad, tba grai.Wui white swan 
“guea gliding along, like a maid in 
a heavenly dream ** 

But tbereV a swan in bo'UmaUS 
W‘cst Bay that af>parciiUy never 
heard “Home on the Kange “ 
bhe doe»nt glide ji>l_****-’’*- r*'*i 
tike any drcam-muid yon ever wtw. 
*rTUs swan, sccordlng to Citv Park 
Poraman Alex Juhnsum. travels 
m ->e like a Jct-prujwllcd epeedbr>ai. 

The swrao in qu«»tum tA JUI. a 
f Truer ornament >if Ut!.u.>m UiU 
Park. 

mx ii.H poi in: 

JUI blew out of llie |uirk during a 

f. iie, priifay oighL for five days 
srie Itaa defied U'>^ crjinblned author- 
Pv of the Parks Board and the 
Virtnria and EMiUimalt poUre Oe- 
pumuenla. 

Bite epent Lite week-eitd tnvcsii- 

g. .iing Holland PoiriC and Virtorla 
Harbor, and finally settled down in 
We t Bay. 

Pfir the firsi tew dayn, U>* Parks 
Department was flooded with calls 



Tfp Meet V eanRound Seeds 



Ideal Reerealioii Area 

e 

Seen in Mminl Brenton 



Plana for formation of an fiw)ui- 
malt Town Planning Assu latiun, 
open to public memoenthlp. were 
discussed at a meeting Iasi night 
of the Bequlmalt Town Planning 
OunmlsaioD. 

Speakers were Councillor A Wux- 
tele on towD planning in geueraL 



Mount Breuum. near ChemalJ)us. 
Is the answer to the year-round 
recreation needs of smithem Van- 
couver IslatMl. dorlared Gordon 
Bowwe, president of the Outdoor 
Club of VtctorUs. at a mcetUig last 
night In St Mary’s Hail 

‘Other than a few picnic grounds, 
there are at present no aceeaalble 
perkw on Ute lower Island.” Hr 
Bm«cs said “Tlus is In spile of 
the Provincial Government's Mated 
t*H»cy of providing outdoor recrea- 
lir>nal centres in locations where 
they can be enjoyed by ihe greatest 
number of people.” 

He eddrd that It was true that 
Pruuih C-ulumbla pussesaed large 
aieas uf park lands, but the greater 
part were Inacceaalble to peraoni 
of average means. 

CLAl.MkB FURGOTTEN 
“Compared tn Vancouver and the 
lower klalnland. Vancouver Island 
ha.^ Iven forgotten.” the speaker 
k^.u.mcd. *‘l don't mean to Imply 
Itiiit tlie O.'venuncnl has deliber- 
ately neglected us. for the email 
and effbiem Parka DlvialoQ siatT 
has done Its beet with very Umlted 
funib ” 

Re declared tlkst the rerrrattgnal 
areas now being d^vekvprd on the 
Hamiaod were uf lUlie chrect bene- 
fit to Vanrouvet Island. 

Mount BrenUiti. according to Mr. 
Bowea, has already been Investi- 
gfUed by Government experts snd 



they adoUt the area posaemea valu- 
able perk poeaUiUiUea. 

”We have pointed out that the 
region could be obtained Jty an 
exchange of Crown lands, and U>e 
only neoeBaary coat would be the 
maintenance of noe alreody-esteb- 
lUhed road, and oocaaional snow 
clearing tn the Winter,” he said 

Mr. Bowes added that the club 
would welcome the nprraUtm uf a 
ski tow by private Interests. 

“Our proposal has be*'n atrungly 
lupprwted by the city eouneils uf 
Nanaimo. Ladysmith and Ehinean, 
and by many other organisations 
and Individuals,” the apeaker 
declared. 

He Warned that It was ImperaUve 
that Mount Brenton be preserved 
now, even if only (or future 
development 

"If the present ownera cfxnplete 
the logging of the area this Bum- 
mer. Ita major attracUon would be 
lost, " Mr Bowes concluded. 

DFSCKtms 1KIP 

Pat Gullbndge of C h e m 1 j u t 
described tu members a recent twu- 
day tnowahoe trip he made to the 
Mount Brrnton Lekrw He spoke In 
glowing terme of the region end 



S bMaiihil roaUiiisNiMk vuk •u’aswuc I lovS 
laeots *:orag« ss*<v 
etvM by DMiUftXt 



and J. E. Carry on development of 
Bvqulnuth Memorial Park 
C. A. Fields and B 



Shaweroes 
were recommended for coounlisioo 
membership, pending approval of 
the E.w)uUnati Municipal Council. 



Annourimnents 



Every Size 
and Colour 



SKI ol'B wibuow nisri vv or 
M.OXOB srra at lies iMvtctva 



The window for 
Easter is in and the 
shop has had many 
nice coroplimcnte. It 
raallv is ooe of the 
prettiect dieplsys the 
store has hsd. 

Ti e girls have been 
very bu«v, being an 
easistanct to the 
Buany in his very 
colorful showing. 
Eggs from IPe to 
$4 u)d alt ere 
packed invide like ■ 
box of candy. 



Weather-Proof 



GrcKer, Robber 
Make Glass Fly 



C.C.F. Motion 
Out of Order, 
States Kenney 

A C C.P. resolution dealing with 
the Ho>i>ptbil Imsurance Act was held 
up In the LegPiatiu’a - yc iw kaiv 
when Lands and Forest? B' 

T Keimey eleclared It was out of 
order 

Introduced by Randolph Hartllng 
<CC.F., Kaslo-Slocan*. the resolu- 



OBTROIT. March 22 (UJD-^Olasa 
was the only thing that suflered i 
when M<j>e Samhat, groi'er. cx- 
chajlged 9hoC^ wTth a rubbA*. | 

Samhsi told pniue that be ran 
fur hu pl^ui wiien the thief started 
lor the cash register. The robber 
wav puxzled by a new type of lock- 
ing device and siarted for the door. 

Samhat shattered the glass dr>ur 
with two abuts, and The thief re-^ 
taUated with a shot that knlcked 
out the glass frr>m the meal cnuntA 
end the walk-ln refrlgerelor behind 



his commurdty m 



First RspiWi rhaiib Ctnb 

extend en mvl'au>>n lo everjioie 
itiirreetrd In the Red Ci>ws {iUx>d 
r>im<r^’ Bank W hear Cubmei M D. 
R4'bey<'::!:. Van»ajvi*r. >()eek on thst 
work Tiiursday evening, March 23. 
at i p m A euinred snuod fUm wiU 
also be shown. Tins will not only 
he Intereatiivg, but imiruruve. 
Ttiung people especlalB' invited. 



suUdly behind the Outdoor Club's 
pn)]it<vai 

Miss Margaret Arland oonriuded 
tiie evening with a discui'slan of 
skiing and ski equipment. Slie aLw 
showed two wpccial films on skimy 
In the C^diun Rockica 



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The anneal meeting of tjte John 
Howard S(>ciety of Vancouver Nland 
will be held at Prince Robert H‘>u<«r 
on Friday, March 24. 1 pm. A cor- 
dial invitation U extended to all 
members and trlerxiv and all who 
are Uiirre>'ted in the work of this 

SixTety. 



Theft Viet i in j Nine^ 
Help to Poliee 



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mi:n stay pit 

WINDSOR. NB CD -The trarir- 
big profenaum needs more men, 
thinks ecbnol Inspector Mumv 
Campbell Ue told the East Kants 
council that the high mamage rate 
among womi o leschere had caused 
a liiurtagr of experienced teachers 
Men tcacliers Ktaved on the Job 
longA than womm. 



wf ,'>re and education ao that views 
of 'tX'*i(.iduslB and oritar.tcatlons 
could be '^d and their suggestlona 
(or uni'ruvw ‘ '.^ts noted. 

ANTIl'I. .ATf.S BILL 
Mr. Kenney declared the rvsohi- 
tion was out of order because “it 
anticipatea what is already before 
the House in the nature of a bill.” 
The mmUler wae referrtng to the 
bill amending the Hovpital )n.sur- 
anc« Act introduced Ivt week in 
the Legislature. 

Re quoted Instances of other reeo- 
luUuns being similarly ruled out of 
order when biUa were before the 
House. 

The objection of the mmtster was 
cJiallenged by OppoelUon Leader 
Harold Winch, who claimed the 
raaolutxw “le abeolutely in order.” 
The Speaker. Mrs. Nancy Hodges, 
elated she would require time to 
study the Issue and promised a 
ruling at a iaicr dale. 



. A tear-stained face peered over 
(he d>wk at the city police station 
lost night and told the constable on 
duty a story that la beard so many 
times by p^iUce. 



Nine-year-old George Twymon of 
863 Courtney Street, related the 
loaa of bka most prized poaBesalon. 

“Sir.” he choked, “somebody stole 
my bike “ 

KNT.W ANKWFRH 

The constable took down the de- 
tails— and for what la thought to be 
the ruxl time tn the hlalory of the 
police station— George knew all the 
answers. 

RIG QI eSTKiN 

The big qur.vtion came: “And 
what is the serial number, son?” the 
constable asked 

Right back camo the answer 
‘Number 2B3»i3,' George replied. 

The constable nearly dropped his 
pencti (rum shock 



Art* ('rnlre at Greater VIcUrla. 
B2J Bnou.itoo Street, current ex- 
hibit one-man show of water colors 
by B. R. Bcrritk of Victoria. Hours 
11 U) 6:30 and ^-xurday evcairur. 
Entrlea for non-jury show mu5t be 
in .^pk'urday, March 25. 



WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF 
MILL END ROOFING PAPER 



Urup In at the Hstabsi Chalet for 
brcnklast. afternoon leas, lunch nr 
dinner, dally excent Monday. Amj 
does the rooking. 



Gar Looter 
Quickly Ca 



“Olivet U Calvary.” Oak Bay 
HnPetJ Church. Sunday. March 26. 
at 130 pm Augmriiled choir 6ulo- 
!)«’». Dsbel Li*»cr. Mr« D J BuUar 
Dr .J H Johns. Mr. J Oakinan 



Mineral Surface in Colors 



bear Frtraii^— If you have any- 
thing wanting fixing, brhig tt to 
Mr Flxit. The Craft Shop. 244 Cook 
Street; 0 6443. 



DETROIT. March 22 A by- 
stander called police when he saw 
Ifuph Burgetut. 36. smash a car win- 
dow and walk off with a topcoat 
and suit. 

offiriaU rraMXied correctly that 
the thief would seek medical aid 
(or hla rut hand at a hn^pitoL 

A while later Bitrgens walked into 
Receiving Hospital and told aUeod- 
ants he had cut hla hand on a 
brokeo buttle. 

Police eoncluded otherwl.vf. snd 
Burgrm w.-.-. aeiiten«*ed to a three 
to five-year term for burglary. 



uar« 



f*T Any Roofing Re*juirctnrnls 
At a Reasnn.'iMe Pn- e 



The Rev. AJlaa (i. Greene. n( (he 
Cnlumbia Const Mkadrio. will show 
his la’e»t pictures In the Metnortai 
Hall Friday. March 24. at 8 pm 
Everv««ne is cordially welrr.me 



Kee Garden Cwtumn. ('Uvsifietl. 
fur Tyrcll's giganUe nursery stork 

aalel 



COME AND BROWSE 
ALWAYS- SOMETHING DIFFERENT 



Rfioavna reaatred while ynu walL 
701 Fort. KubMrger’s the Jewelers. 



(-adlee* Autlllary te Itriiawnla 
Branch Na 7. Canadian Legion, au- 
clnl eventnf Friday, Mart-h 24 
6 pm. In Enuuiiia Auditorium. 
D»«*r pr-;» rerre^lunri.i Adm 



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The Old rharwilwg Inn. Oak Bay 
seafront Tel. 0 0267 Mine Fwing 



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Tins a*h erlifcmcnt is not pi»i>- 
li'hr*! or (ll^pla^r(l by the 
I.iquor t.oiiltol Boarrl or b> 
llie Governmenl of Rf.-liii 
Columbia. 



Chiropndlai— D B. Caird. DSC 
II Brmbertnn Biiikimc, B3732. 



br. Crneai A 4r«Jd. (uriuerly of 
Frinoe Albert. Bask., is now eaiab- 
lished In eeiiersl praet|< e at R>v>ina 
111-112, Pemberton Bldg.. Victoria. 
Phone 0 2141 or Dr ‘s Directorv 



18241832 Store Street 



HOST rri> THF.M 
Twenty per cent of the food umkI 
1 1844 by United Slates forces 
bavld G. Aleddari, OpiaaaetrUt. ' siaMnned In Britain was supplied 
411 Prmberton Building. 0 6631 jby Britain. 



“Rrberra” opens at Victoria Little 
Tlieatre. March 26. 



fmmedisir Deliver* .Anvwbrre 



kkKfiil Barker Berriee 'a habll' 
F>ievmn Avemia Bartwr Shop 2.424 
“YnuU like mv work,” Harry Firth, 
Ladiae’ and Oentiemen's Ralrdrmser 
•Inr* 1600. 



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Teiepbane anewertaic aerrleo. Tour 
present phone answered Id your 
nsma, 14 hours a dav Telephnne 
and mad addre^ auppllrd. 710 
Johnson Street. Phone B 4346 



W r.T V, Medal rentrwt. Friday. 
March 24. In Flrxt DApitn Churrh. 
Quadra Street, lower hall. 7 4.4 prr 
Pictures pf the Garden Library wlU 
be ahewn. Silver collection. 



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L'.B.C, Playrra' C'lob preaenta “An 
tnajieclor CNUb.” by J, B PiiestiT, 
Victoria High Scluiol Auditorium. 
March 24. 8 20 pm TIckrU. 76c. II. 
at Marumette Library 



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rri.Ie r,f PC, tails, * 

per tin . . % 

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Fine or Regular Grin<), ^ 
per Ih. I 



Victoria WeUh SAClrty wtU hold 
Ita regular monthly mee«mg and 
eoetal on Frtda*. March 34. at 
8 pm. In the Hard of Hearing Hall. 
Street. 



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2.4. 2 pm, at the Hard of Hearing 
Hall, Doiiglaa Street, by the Victoria 
Dental A**!*!"!'*-*’ Asaoclation. 



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KaqutmaU and Gorge Wv coUecl 
ragv. paper, tvnurhnid mattraoMa 
Phone E 3413. 



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MEAT SPECIALS 1 


BRISKET BEEP, 
per ?h, 


29" 


MUTTON CHOPS, 
per lb 


45^ 


HAMBURGER, 
per |1 


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SIDE BACON. Sliced 
I>pv««'* '■'•lb pkr 


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unairemenl Group Kntertains Director 



I — Local 



Vtcloru, I.C., Thirl., lUrcIi 23, )9S0 



Datlu (Lalontgt 



premier Byron Johnson made reference to a regular 
editorial page feature of The Daily Colonist during his ad- 
dress in London, Eng , yesterday to the Timber Trada 
Federation of the United Kingdom. 

- Informing his listeners that he left VicJo^a b^atr 
Sattfrday morning and arrived in Jxjndon TVToteiy*ee^inigj^ 
he declared: 

“I was Interested to read in The Victoria Dally Colonist 
under the caption ‘B5 Year? Ago Today’ the following Item: 
•Mr. J. H. Turner received yesterday a business telegram 
from London, via Overland telegraph, in 21 days— thus 
showing that the portion of the line torn down by Indiana 
on the plains has been repaired.’ ” 

The Premier drew attention to the fact that this was 
the distance which he covered In a matter of hours last 
week-end. 

“Sometimes I wonder whether we realize what the con- 
quest of the alrway.s has done to bring the Commonwealth 
closer together.” he obsened. 



Um-Icm. tomelhtnc c&n be doue to 
warcU It, and Indeed Canada has al- 
rradf done a iteht deal” 

Aa a means ot ftiU (urUier in- 
ercaatns Uie *ale of British goods on 
the Canadian market. Premier 
Johnion urged United Kingdom In- 
dustries Co open branch planla In 
%hip». coanlry. 

"Noc only would mesa branch 
plants serve aa an mtiet lor the 
many parts wnich are required In 
the average manufacturing plant. 
Out also the dollar earnfngs of the 
plants establUhed would help 
trutertahy In providing crediu 
needed to assist In a two-way 
trade.'’ advL-u-j ''le Premier. 

“Tliere la no country lo tfie world 
which affords greater opportunity 
than Canada -unltmUed natural re. 

. souroes-'iinUmlted opportunity for 
power developmeoU — Increasing 
population along with stability in 
' Government all nf which are es- 
aentlal to a luccessful economv,’ 
continued Mr. Johnson. "It U my 
belief that parilripaMon of United 
Kingdom tnduslrtaluta in thU vaat 
development would aasui materially 
In solving (he problem of our tw'o- 
way trade.” 



Cutting of all barriers now stand- 
ing in the way of Uie free flow of 
world trade, and particularly trade 
between Great Britain and Canada, 
wai advocated by Premier B>r>m 
John.son yesterday in London, dur- 
ing his addresi to members nf the 
Timber Trade Federation of the 
United Kingdom. 

”We In Canada are doing all we 
can - vut your exporter*, and 1 
can only expre«s the iini»« that «ur 
prriblenjA will he given the same 
syitipathrtir oinsideratlon over 
here,” declared Premier John*oii. 

n«e Premier left his seat m the 
BriMrh Columbia legtslaturr last 
Friday b* fiv fo heart of me Com- 
monwralib to s|>eak u» the Timber 
Trade Federation. It U liU In- 
lemion ta return to the l>gUJa* 
tur« next M<>riday. 

Revieairu: the Industries on 

whiTif The Bntixh Columbia econ- 
omy Is based. Premier Johnson 
marts reference flrn lo the ttmber 
Industry, but prilii'rd also to the 
fishing, f'ult gmwlng. egg produc- 
ing a:id mlri'‘g induetrtea which 
have been developed and gmwn 
largely rteftei.dent on the United 
Kingdom market. 



' Re suted that In 1933 Canada'a 
share of the Untied Kingdom aoft- 
wt«d Importation was aome ft per 
cent, rising to 39 per cent In 1939 
and M per cent average between 
1940 and 1944. 

Premier JutuuMvn said he found It 
‘'dlfflcuU to understand*' why Can- 
ada. with an annual ImpurUtiun 
of Iron and steel to the value of 
IIRS 000 . 000 , should obtain from the 
United Kingdom only tftl.OOOOOO. or 
T* ijer cent of lu total requirement. 

"rhe mark >t Is thsra, the good- 
will is there c|n Canada), and the 
steel u here.*’ declared the Premier, 
"You want Mir timber, we want 
your steel What Is It that keeps 
those things apart?" 

CUliig. examples of the Increas- 
ing preference among Canadians 
for BriUsh-madc goods and the re- 
cent Increase In Canada's imports 
of such goods. Mr. Johnson re- 
minded hU lliteners tltat while 
there were &OQQ(|,000 people In the 
British Isles there are only 13.000,- 
000 In Canada. 

"It la not pnasiblv ffw 13 000 000 
people to absorb an output sut- 
firient to aatisfy the wants of 
,V) 000.000,” he declared. •'Never- 



t .MFORMM CHI AF 
BURY ar. KUMUNDS. Suffolk. 
England «CP).~Tlie poUcemen of 
West Suffolk wlU be all«>^ed lo buy 
their old uniforms for a fe»' shilling* 
after two years' use,. Cliarges will 
be trou.«crs seven ahllllniti «tt08<. 
shirts five ahlUlngs arid collars four- 
pence. 



ARTMMTK 

RHEUMim$M 



Try pn>ait>v-srtint. IKIIXIM 

TkWw . . . n«w »>*il»blr in U>ra« oon- 

vvnlrni »\tf UitOr«, «t f«*t. »• 

•11 ilrMf •(or-*. by tuf* 

tnrrywli-'*. ywu '•• rrly nn th<4 
b> lb* •S""? '>4 

Srtbrtti«.kb<ui»*iuini I IN 

U •'*4 bM ne ns(i<r«Mn( kfirr- 

•g<>-u. t-n ■ W>(t!r of a»nuinv IKiLCIN 
and Wi lb«sa Srli> ymi A«mI 
r • * . . iraisir ' I** 

for !.• J» 2 'K> Ub)rt« f*»r il VS •!*" •»»»U 
•hi* tfi WUt* •>r - no UMrU. PotcU l.lalts4 
Tamita It. OaUrla. 



Warning, however, that the Ca- point, too. that la frequently lost 
nadJan market U an exacting one sight of U that Canada Is a con- 
becau.«e of Its highly competitive ^ tlnent as a-ell as a country. We liave 

A ’ vast distances divided by well de- 



character. the Premier added 



The BAY — Victoria’s Friendly Modern Store 



Spring Cretonne Carnival! 



New Cotton ^ightwear! 

A, Seersucker Gowns! 



Featuring yard after yard of sparkling new palierns, new shades for 
spring. The best and newest from leading American and Knglish mills. 
Select now while stocks are complete. I 



Clearance! Reg. 1.98 Prints 



iHnts. Cay fh»ral design on green, 
witlih. Ideal for slipcovers, sjireads 
y vard! 



2(X) Yanis of good quality 
yelloNv, rose or grey . . . 4> 
or draperie' Save $1 on ei 



Printed Roughtex 



Dainty Cambric Pyjamas 

B. Kine Knglish camhne pyjamas. liRlilwcipht for 
spring wear. Jacket* gre pieilily feminine, collarless 
with softly |{athercH yoke ami frosty eye #%QQ 
let edginu. Full cut for comfort, fink, 
white, or blue, ftoraf design. Sizes 32 to 38. 



Cotton Prints 

Just arrived' Hundred! itid hund- 
red* of vsnl* of hexvr caMun print 
in bright (U«fil dc*iBT> on yellow, 

ivory, parchment, grey or black 4S 

inches w:de. 1 QQ 

Yard ■ 



A smart imporied rouahtex peMde 
weave entfOM m new c«>l*»r condona- 
linn* and dc*iKii*. rrf«nmd fd-.r* «.f 
red. Mack, green, Idue and O QQ 
natural. 48" wide. Yard fc.wW 



Slipcover Prints! 

Heavy cotton twill weave* in ground 
shades of ivnry, roae. green, tilavk, 
wine and grev. Moral des*an. Im- 
ported. hard-weanng f>pf drapene*. 
■Itp covers or spreads. Q 

Excepuonal value, yard,..— 



Drapery Faille 



Shimmering printed ravon drapery 
failles just arrived! Ground shades 
of yellow, ivory and parchment with 
blended colors In floral leaf design. 

48 inches wide- 3.98 



English Cambric Gowns 



Dainty English cambric guwns in a pretty floral design. 
Two charming styles to choose from. 2 inch shoulder-strap 
style with pretty eyelet trim al bustUne or gathered neck- 
line with elasttr cap sleeves. Both have deep O Qfi 
flounces at hem. Sires 32 to 38. — w*vO 



Novelty Printed Cretonne! 

A novelty Mexican pattern suitable for kitchen or dineite 
draperies. Whitt ground with bright patterns in green, red or 
blue with gidd and yellow. 36 inches wide. 

F.aiity laundered. Yard — . wW 



Seersucker Pyjamas 



9 A.M. Special! Floral Cretonne 



Inexpensive pviamas in easily laundered seersucker? Jackets 
have liny cap slerves. floral yoke and one patrh pocket. Dainlv 
fshtte edging trim al neckline. Full cut for comfort. Q ilQ 
Fire* small, medium and large . •■•■Tw 



Popular ground color* of wine, green, grev oi 
colorful floral design. 36" wide. Limited quantity. 
Special, . yard - .~— 



BAY Lingerie. Second Floor 



BAY Draperies, Fourth Floor 



Suits for 5'5” and Under! 



1950 McClary Rangette 



New! 4'Way Dress 



* 2 Lorg«-Top IUm«nfi! 

* 2 Ov«n EUmtnttl 

* Plugs In ony WoM 
Socket 

Convenient because no special 
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plugs into any wall ••'<ketl 
Efficient because it's insulated 
with glass wool! Oleaming 
enamel surface with white 
porcelain enamel top. Buy on 
convenient terms! 

Pay 111.90 down—laiJ • month 
for six months biduding small 
carrying charge. 

Electric 

Fireplaces! 

specially purchased. Limited 
quantity! Plugs into any wall 
socket. Has separate switch 
for 1200 watt heating element. 
Reach bifch log* with flicker- 
ing effect. QQ CO 

Oufxtviding value 
Pay ft down— 4S 40 s month for 
■fx monthc, including tmall carry- 
ing charge. 



New York Importf! 
Wool Suit, Cropo Suit! 
Interchange 4 Woyt! 



• Higfigr Walstlinos! 

• Proportioned Lengths! 

• New Styles! New Shades! 



Practically a wardrobe in itself! 
A two-piece suit in pure wool 
crepe plus a matching two-piere 
silk crepe dress! Each can be 
worn as a complete ensemble or, 
they may be smartly inter- 
changed in any combination you 
wish. Red, Navy, Black and 
Beige wool with matching silk 
crepe. Sizes 14 to 20. 



The 1950 Fashion trem! in suit* adapted to 
the half size figures. Sleeve* and skirts are 
shorter . . . waist* are hiqher . , . hips 
wider . , . cleverly propoitioned to fit the 
sh<»rter figure without alteration’ Fine 
crepe*, wnol ga!>ardine and other »mart 
fahri>‘* for spring in tailored and softer 
dressmaker style* you'll love. Navy, Orey, 
\Vine. Blue, Green. Sizes 12*^ to 20 !j. 



Trade-In Irons! 

Trade in your old iron, regard- 
less of condition, on s new 
Marconi featherweight model 
that can he folded for travel- 
ing. Guaranteed element and 
cord attachment*. • $10.05 



Pay $12 Down — $6.20 a month 
for six months, including small 
carrying charge. 

BAY Dresses, ^cond Floor 



Trade-in on your 



Pay $10 Down — $6 84 a month (or six 
months. Including small carrying charge. 



You pay $ 7 .lio 

BAY Hpuseware*. Third Floor 



PAY Womens Suits. Second Flc»or 



Pullovers 



Non-Shrink "Argo” Kroy Knitting Wool! 

Soft. 4-ply non-shrink Kroy knitting wool ideal for socks, sweater* and children's gar- 
ments. Good wearing. Xew shades of azure blue, black, rust, green, jade, navy, royal 
sea foam, baby blue, brown, scarlet, pink, white, wine, yellow, sand. Ox 



New Shipment! 



And what lovely sweaters they are! F.vcry one quality knit of ftne. soft fwvtany wool. Wonder- 
ful under suit jackets, with casual skirts or slacks. Styled with distinctive features you look for 
in a good sweater . . . doubIe-riH>ed Scotch neck band and full fashioned sleeves. Firefly, 
straw, beige, grey, squa, hyacinth, berry, light blue, pink, yellow. Sizes 34 to 40. m ^ 



3-Ply Non-Shrink “€ameo” Kroy Knitting Wool 



Short-Sleeve Pullover Style. 



Makes up into attractive, non-shrink long wearing sr>cks. sweaters and children's wool 
lens. Black, green, navy, fawn, red, pink, white, rust, beige, brow'n, yellow, green, mul 
berry grey, sky blue, medium blue, glory blue, sea green, cardinal. Oz. — . 



Long-Sleeve Pullovers 



1.08 Matching Cardigans.. 6.05 
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BAY Wool*. Third Floor 



Phone E7111 

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2?f MAY lQ7a 


STORE HOURS: 9 AM. TO 5 P.M. 
WEDNESDAYS: 9 AM. TO 1 P.M. 




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