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THE OLDEMT DAILY ON THE rACIKIC COAIT— AkTADLIhHLD 1U« 



NO. 71— NINETY.SECOM) YE\R 



VKTOUIA, BRII LSH COLIMBIA, SL'NOAY, MARCH 



SIXTY PAGES 



on New Governnieiil Buildin 



ogress 



Falling Revenue, Heavy Spending 

lYl* Itk Fkl lka_ 



Prospects of Return to \\fork 
Said “GooeP by Operat(»rs 



ed Bar to Reduced Rates 



By TOM GREEN 
Colonlft Ottawa Corrckpondirni 

OTTAWA. Match 4. — The annual budget to be brought 
down In the House of Commons soon, unlike last year's pre- 
alecUon tax>alashlng budget, Is expected to hold pretty 
well to the existing level of Income tax. 



' WA8HINOTON, DC March 4 ^CP’ KfforU to resih a 
final coul agreement broke down tonight. But the itegoli* 
ators on botii aides reported substantial progress 

prw«.. f.r . 

r..u.rmion n.lnln, on Munrt., ^ to ..«t, 

i LzrUff. IfKsl »n«rU lud _ , * mi... «* 

the>.b»r »rituif the»«'nw«lp w .rtrtiiMT towfltji touiu.« 

mrf-rnir'til. InJn % new iunir«i.t Oi . 

. . . .. II 10 • r|«\ |«e» *n«n Tb* ^tri . »l 

end the utrtkr tmeefOUnf , , ...... 

... I ‘twremi **AAimntre • 

nallftn* ecoiiomv. criiU ' 

Kf.roRT Nxw n>.;w^M>s 

7 tier* w*r* reporUi— loUtnrrd v ■ • 

i« 1 U dmiaio Ihs* John 1 . , I ■« ■• 41 1 

liad InMTd fulMiwnUiil new dem^.nd^ I\ w 

on Uie tenpUntsg table at the ilUi 

hour. ^ , fW I 

Tlie TTpnrii ram* (ruiu 0 {i«ralAr ■ 

■ourcra. Out the drnlab raine froin XFAf M-F4AV Im 
other nperatori and the Unlt^ 

Mine Workera. CM« operator rpokea. V 

man aald “everythiiHr la running l■|lAk 

weU," and he eeprea»ed optlrrdam Mill"* XF" III 

that the algnaturaa loon a'ould go 

on the dotted line. PHTUBimuH Mer.n 4 r « 

An alhday aeaslun of U.MW. and Ch|>pl*d Indualno guhktv »i>iti.d 
operator rrpreaenlaUvea had re* haik intu grar today wiih Hii aawrt* 
crewed until i pm. Rut later In talka I Ing lunnal nuUrr thai i>m gr««t 
they failed to reerh an agreement mal atrlkc la o>er 
wlUrh Would tend the men bark tt 'm* f.Mtlr airike itm- 
work, Monday. , pMwiyypd the ruittnna eeuwome 

One leadUtf operator predirted idled ttearly NOOSO peranne Tlial 
tliat the contrset would not be inrlude^ in* IT3.S9Q ftnkiiif Onued 
■igned until after a meeting of Uia , miik W.wii*r« 

JOO*niemberU.M.W. policy commit*, i„.er, > Cn..; , 

whkh la a.heduled for SurKlay „h,«uuI hril 

afternoon. ' rollu^g b:- kiindrawii.g tie on»ee 

BOABD MKMHras LEAVE f.,r a i.rw » per cent eut 
Membera of the Preeidential fart- midnight ••n ■•..! buiatng railn«Aa. 
flndlnf board meanwhila left town Tlie ic.’C* aluo relaied a pre^Mua 
One of the hardeal Jobi facing el* I 3S per cent redurUon tn treigiil 
lorne)‘« for both aldM waa (o mare lereloe lo permit prumpt BMavrSt^i 
the agreement fit a f«:deral Court of raia to haul coal 
Injum tloQ which apeelflealty cahed | Faeaenger runa uainf mn] he«a 
aome of lla polnta lUcfsL | been rut SO per rent 

Some operator rrpreaentaU**ca < New YUek Cenliwl and Headuic 
emerging frcun Ute drafting toeic lUUrooda ImmedlalelT withdrew 
Ihia aftemonn aald Lewla apnkea* . ordere for curullroenU 
men had brought nearly every laaiie The aieei tnduatry rH rewdr tw 
In the prapoaed contract up for du* t^firv fumacee and rehlre furisagh* 
ruaalon. ed worker* 

EAGER TO arri RN ' ten ngr joa 

In the rielda, ttappy mlnera who i It to npweted to take alMl mule 
lead held out grimly tor a oontrart. J ten dava or two week* l« nwuM 
made U clear that most of tlia | high produrttnn terra after ti«e 
173.000 mlnera werw eager to gel ' coal miiwra go tu wnrE. 
back on the job. Monday. "John L. ' Coal nperatori an getUiA. Ama 
did It again.’ waa a typical com* 1 Idl* pita ready fnr predwdNm 
nienl. I Rmergency rtmi ahlpmm<a can ba 

The audden accord announced ln«t ' rolling out of Ihe mal rieW* wiirun 
night rauaed Prealdent Truman tn I M htiura after pradt^uea a 
(oaa out ha requMt for power lo I a«tmed. 



ReeeiHMa have been faUlng 
ataadUy and expenditurea mounUng 
The reault la, according lo official | 
InllmaUona. that there la little hr>i>e > 
for anything In the way of r:... . 
dowrnward changea tn ratni nn anyi 
Important acale. 

SaE*EASTAa BUDGET 
Tenlallva plana are that Flnanor 
Dougina C. AbboU will , 
preaent the budget Juat before , 
Parliament receaaei for Eaater. Eae* j 
ler Sunday la April 0. The debate { 
In the Houae of Cotnmnrui then r 
would follow after the Eaater receaa i 
enda In the latter part of April 
Laat year the budget waa pre> ' 
aenled on March 23. well ahead of 
Eaater. but that waa In adrwnce 
of the uaual date. A Federal eiec- 
Uon waa In the offing and that had 
a conaiderable bearing on the dale 
of U>e budget’a delivery. 

FAVOa EABLT lli:f>GET 
For aome yean eartoua Canadian 
Induatrlea and Utelr trade aaaoda* > 
tiona have been urging the Oov* 
emment to bring the budget down 1 
aa early In the year aa pnaaible In 
order to clear the bualiMM air In ! 
the country. On a number of oe* j 
caalooe. bualnewi haa auffered 
through the IniroducUon of new 
ftacal poUelM at a time when con- > 
atnrtlon and eapanaton programs 
have been getting under way In the ‘ 
early Spring. | 

Fv this reaaon more than any | 
other, official eourcce Indicated to- | 
night, the Oovemment la planning | 
to introduce the IMO budget at an | 
garly date. Work 00 the budget la 



PhfllO fer (!»«?•• BSmMcn 



Above photo, taken from the roof of the Legtslstlve ButldtfUL lltutti^msrketLjirogrefa being made In the conatructlnn of Uie 



new Ootemment office bulldlng^at comer of Elliot and Oorernment 6txeeU.~ The building la of reinforced itc 
construction and features an underground tunnel connecting ft to (he buildings across Government Btreet. Th 
In the centre of the new building is used to hoist wet concrete to floor now under constnicUon. 



Major Debate Seen This Week 
On Federal Military Policies 



Rolts Theatre 

TORONTO. .March I <CP1. 
*^.4 lone bandit tonight 
snatched $1,500 In rash 
from a surprised uaher of 
a downtown theatre and 
fled. 

t'abhier Kenneth Bell 
waa carr>iiif a cash-box 
Into the theatre when he 
wa.s AKMulted from behind. 



OTTAWA, March 4 CS).— Defence certain aapecis of the way the 
Minister Claxtoo U expected to money la apenU 

launch the Commons on a major Claxton’a speech wlU touch 

, . ^ on Exercise Sweetbriar. the Joint 

d.teiK. d.b.u .hdrujr. pcdblr c.Mdl.n - Am.r1c« .db - AicUe 
TXjeaday, with a statement on Oov- manoeuvre held tn the Yukon and 
emment policy and acUvUtes In Alaska laat month, and on hla trip 

lo Paris to attend the Atlantic Pact 
Defence Committee meeting early 
thla year. 

CLAairtCATtON PROMISED 
George Drew. Progreaalve Con* 
•enraUve kadar, already haa raised 
one point and been promised- clari- 
fication by Prime Minister Sw 
Laurent, Ur. Drew called attention 
to a apeech by Oen. O. L. Me* 
Naufhton, Canadian ehalnnan of 
the Joint Canadlan-American De* 
fence Board. 

Oen. McNaughton aald *^th the 
entry of Newfoundland Into Coct* 
federation we have aaaumed full 
reeponalblUty for the eoIuUon of 
the significant problems of the de- 
fence of our Atlantic acaboard.** 
Mr. Drew. In a letter to the Prime 
Minister, aald **10 view of the fact 
the United Stales Oovemment haa 
been maintaining military and 
naval baiea In Newfoundland and 
alaewhert In the Ncutl}_ AUantlo- 
region, thle atatement aucfveis a 
algnlflcaut change of policy In re- 
gard to the defence of our Ailantle 
eeeboard ** 

Mr. 8t. Laurent aald the potnt 
would be taken up by Mr. Claxton. 
NEW GBOt'P EXPECTED 
For the first time since the war. 
the Route le Ukely to get a defence 
committee thle year Broad quea- 
tloctt are hardly Ukely to come be- 
fore It although the oppoelUon may 



try It to have It developed Into 
that aort of a body. 

Mr. Claxton Indicated at the end 
of the last aaeaion that there would 
be a committee named at this one 
to etudy th«» bulky bill to consoli- 
date leguiatlon relating to the 
forces. 

It passed the Senate last year 
and now la before the Conunops. 

One possible delay in study of 
the departmental aaUmates la the 
Utnlater’i health. He baa been 
confined to hla home for f-rrml 
days wUb a heavy Mid be brought 
back from Sweetbriar but is ex* 
pected to be around ahortly. 



To Provide Relief 

NEW WCftTMINSTrR. B.C. 



Maerh 4 XV>.— A permanml wn- 
enplvyrnenl eeoimtaakin te pro* 
vMe eepplementary relief fer 
■neaipleyrd will be art ep here 
ehertJy, City Cewacll anaoenred 
tedat. 



Recovers Body 
Of Victorian 



POBTLANI), Ore, Merrh 4 
flNS).~ bnall rrmft wsmingv 
were belated lenlfht en Inland 
waters ef Waahlntteti and the 
htralt ef Jean De Fees en orders 
ef the weather hwreaa. 



Missionaries 
Maj^Be Ousted 

I *n srxrTV 4 <T«ia> a n at 



Body Of Earl O. MacMInn. retired 
manager of the Royal Bank of 
Canada, main branch; Vteiorla, 
believed drowned In a hunting 
accident nn December N. sraa re- 
covered by Constable Jack Mers- 
dlth*Jonea In tha muddy waters of 
Somtnoa Lake yaaUrday. 

According to Constable Jnnaa, 
who waa on a loutlne search at 
the time, the body waa found 
about M yards from where an 
nrertumed duck punt eras toeatod 
ah^y after the accident. 

FROM NOTE SCOTIA 

The 6l-year-«ld'buaier arM fish- 
erman came to ‘/klorta about eaven 
yean agn from Nova Scotia where 
he held poslUona In many cltiea. 

Re succeeded O. H. Btevena as 
manager nf the Royal Bank, main 
branch, here. 

Mr. MacMmn la survived by hla 
widow. Ethel Mope, at home: en* 
•on, Ororge. at Unlvrrally of Brltlati 
Cniumbla: two daughter*, Betty and 
Jean, at home, and one brother 
and one atiter. 

^neral aervlcea will be hrkf'al 
RarwrardS B 0. FUneral Chapel on 
Monday at 11 am. Rev. Mnir A. J. 
Watera, assisted by Rev. Dr. WU* 
VT' i., will officiaU. 



LONDON. Mkrch 4 (F).-Lord 
•eaverbrook'a BTaolitg Standard 
asaarted today War Minister John 
Strachey haa failed to prove that 
ha ever "retracted from hla ad* 
karaoce lo Oommunlam u a erecd.' 

ThB waa Tha VUmdard's reaction 
la a public denlsJ by strachey that 
ha la a Oommualat. 

Two days after Btraebey took of- 
flea tn Lahore raahumad Qevtm- 
taanL tha pro-Conaervalira news- 
paper aald ha never haa disavowed 
Oommunlam. 

Strachey allad various wrlUnBi 
■ad pubfia apatebaa ef hla atnoa 
isaa to refota Tha Btandard'a at- 
lark. 

QUOTES BOOBS 

Tha Standard baa quoted from 
Slrachey’a bcoka ef tha ino'a to 
ikiew hla gympathlea lay with Com* 
aiuiiDm. although 11 did not charge 
him with being a member ef the 
Oommuntat Party. Both The Stand- 
ard and Beavtrlwook’a Morning 



Kxpraaa ralaed Uit queatloci whether 
Strachey ahould continue In hU 
key defence poet. 

Today The Standard tnalsted that 
tn Strachey’i rebuttal he has shown 
that; 

“He remains a ManUat, and haa 
not yet produced evidence that at 
any Uma ha retracted from hU ad- 
harenca to Communism aa a creed, 
although he now violently dlaagreea 
with the particular InUrpretaMon 
put upon that creed In Rtuala and 
by the organ teed Communist par* 
tlea outside Rusda * 



Oreater Victoria police last night 
were aearrhlng for an old model 
truck tn which about half a down 
’teen-agen were Joy-rldlng. 

A dtlaen reported to cHy police 
in the afiamoon seeing five youths 
In tha truck cab and one riding en 
the back of the truck 

As the truck rounded a comer at 
the Intcreertlon of Rutlrdge and 
Reid Streets, the eltlaen reponed, 
the youth on the back was thrown 
off and landed heavily on Uw street, 
and lay claaed. 

The nctupanla of the truck cab. 
ha slated, jumped out and Hfted 
the youth back onto the deck of the 
truck and drove off. A bottle of 
win* he was holding was amashed 
In the fair Alt appeared to be 
intoxicated. 1 



By BlNGSai RT SMITH 

PARia March 4 aN8t.>A prom- 
inent European study group rhargvd 
tonight that Ruaela "la rapidly and 
widely preparing to wmilnu* her 
policy of conquest' under active 
dlrecum of Deputy 8>ivlet Premier 
Mototov. 

A periodic repoH of the inter* 
nattonel Cofomuirc (or Uie Study ef 
Eun>pcan Cfueailana ueged a d*«i 
agaiiut Ute Communist Ud' throogh 
creation of "areas nf strength.'* In- 
cluding military. polKWal and eco- 
nomic defence meaaiyea. 

The eocamittee Is unoOkial, but la 
compos e d of prmnlneDt West Euro- 
pean staiaanwn such aa Dird Van-' 
slttan of Britain, former French 



aaronauUcal iwganlwtlim sailed 
"Aeroflot" ronncctlaf a OmwmaalH 
empire within a network roeefptg 
U.OOO mllaa. Inriuding M airfields 
strelthing (rora the Oder Ri"*r bi 
Oevmany to the Japaa. Sea. 

TTw report predkia a*< rr»d 

Cnmmunlat raniBaign agaimt B urm a 
and Bkaa aimed at enrirriing h 
tndo- China 



Strange Crrature Washtd Up on Reach 



DEUUU. Ore., March 4 
The sea cast up a long-tailed mass 
of membrane here today that was 
dubbed "Tubby, the Toolhlaaa Sea 
Moniter" by excRed baach rmMenta 
Jt'a not a varlftsd sea monster, 
•r-f ee wsm kut -tt-fHe no daaertptloo 
of other marina Ufa tn these watera 
The thing B hairy, four-tailed and 
long dead. 

It la about four feet across with 
four halriees, tapering talk, vangtng 
from three to II feet long. What 
had bean a globe-Uke body appeared 
to be hairy. 

Excited beach realdenta haukd the 
what-le-lt eway for experts to try 
to Wenury. Moat kept at a dlatancc. 
out of respect lo their noeea 
Uoyd cable, preaidant ef the 
Chaaifier of Oaouaecoo here, aald 
he fotmd an elght-Sich-lo^ mouth 
under th# hair. But he reported 
there waa not a tooth. Re added 
that on aceouni of the thick hatr. 
he could not find eye*. 

The body proved wf^ even after 
dealK n first tame aehora last 
night. ReeMepta clustered around 
thle morning and get ropw onto 
It, but It woe w as hed off the bsach 
tay Mgh tide at mid-day. later the 
■ea cast the body ashore once more. 

Cable aetfmateil tt weighed 
thaa l.fMS pounda 
When he eew It to the SMtntog. 
he thought B Twembliil a glaiit 
aquM. After he sei B lo the sr=^ 
tom ler a eioear ImE. Iheugh, ba 
eaM B werwbBd nothbit be had 



There wea no separata hred. The 
mouthltka opening waa ai the op- 
posite end of the body from the 



Ceble said he expacle marine lift 
experts to taka a look at It early 
next wtek^lf Delekt can stand the 
amqy until then. 



JmideToilay 



UrtSM of speed and iMd nmlta* 
tlnoa an meet Vaneouvwr taland 
roads wa« aimo ua ced w* the Frw 
tinr -al Public Wgrka >4topwimowt 
yvMerdaky. 

ftocltvtinrta were b**ed an aQ 
rnada atwsH ef TTaheiwm. y. too 
Irtewu W ig h w v to Tbf aa 
and the Aikerw Bead aa far so 



Strange Denizen of the Deep Cast Ashore in Oregon 



It claima eitrnaive 
aourcaa of Its own. 

. toirmcr Soviet towrtgn MUilater 
M >lotov wee dcyrlb^ as 
commander of the orgmalqauoo ef 
told ear.** 

Tlie cuBunUtee mM that any at- 
tempt to talk Rismia out of a etiM 



Inleli i f f li l t 



Bobby Sot 



I emperaturen 
Across Cnnada 



Marbrn Newa . 


. .. to 


"Ttinin 


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Overawe New# 


n 


Badto Celmam , 




Bedto Pragfima 




SeBaal Page . 


14 Ik 


•aetal fito^ 


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Terror Tactics of Reds 



t iatln itoloirtflt ic. lUrcfc s, list 



Qirhtmas Late 
Btrt Gtrl LBanarc 

C fiDCAOO. Mweh 4 ON 8 * 
—ChrUUBM I4t« 

ledar ^ iM-y—t-oiA Hiry 
Ann umlbtoom but U m«« 
eoqiplfU with xnm. a part^r 
and ttiMU.. 

Uuy. aUd bar parenU. doM 
not know ChiteudM baa cocxm 
fcfui font. Sht waa atruck 
down bjr an auto laat Dcoeai- 
bar 90. and vaa uncenaetoua 
In Waalajr Mamorlal HoapUal 
until yeataadajr. 

Her alfhtb fradt dawmataa 
atundad a partr •i tba boa* 
pltaL 4 



Headquarters for 



Rmbarrassin^, Wasn’t It 



Battled 
In France 



Bared by Torture Victim 



HEARING 



^ a rafuiaa usdcr Amartcan pro* ; 

In tite cm cnim'ry. 

A lew wmIu aio ir-'d" to T!ee ' 
to another aaocLuary. vaa eapturad 
by the police, anti lart month waa 
Indicted on the falaa eonfaaakm. 

TIM dlacloaura la alae roffarded 
aa a terrific prc^>affanda blow at 
the Conmhnlita. 

Shipkov'a ftatemcnt recalla bow 
ba waft to atand bent forward 
with ciUy two flniera touchlof the 
wall to balan^ him. whUa a torrent 
, of qi t--*:; ra and eharsaa waa put to 
I h>m by aeeeil meo worktaf In rw* 
lays. 

**rbla poeturo did not appeaw on* 
duly painful, nor did It particularly 
Ij^reae me tn the beclnnlng,'* be 
eald. And yet. eomblned with the 
mental etrala. with the eonOnuoua 
wkb the Uttar 



WASHINOTOI*. Uarcb 4 i 

A tanaaitir"f' etory of how Bui* 
gAfik’a Coonnunlat poUca cxlortad 
**a talM eonfmion of aapionafa and 
treason from a Bulfarlan employee 
of the United 8 uim embawy In 
Bofla waa dlacloead toDlfht by tha 
Amarlran Oovenunent. 

Rlpplnf tha eacrecy from Rod 
tarror taotlcs, tha etory waa told In 
a sworn statement by ttis Bulfarlan, 
kClchael ShliAov, and In a 6UU 



HEARING-AIDS 

BATTERIES 



PARIS, March 4 French 

OommuniAU struck at planned UJ8. 
afms dallvcrlae tonlfht with a 
paralyilnt dock etnke and renoM 
fUlbuatarliur in the battle-lom 
National Assembly. 

An estimated 400.000 worken new 
are on strike. 

p Rfd deputlee and 
their clawing women helpers were 
loaead out of the aseembly twice laei 
night and aarty 4oday by atnta troops 
In the most riotoua parUamentnry 
aeaelon In Uvlng memory- 
BEPKAT ATTACS 
The Communlets returned to the 
attack^Ma afternoon in their efforts 
to hl cyfc ns title of a Oovcrr.nirrt 
.... th. now of 
scheduled this 



MOULDED EARPIECES 

INVISIBLE EARPIECES 
ACCESSORIES 
REPAIRS 



Agents for 12 Yeett for the WorU-Femous Wsstem KlMtrk 
Hear«ng*Aids 

VICTORIA HEARINQ-AID CO. 

32S*926 Pemberton BHg.. «2J Pert St • B. 8. H. TYX 

•«m 0 *.4 Ofwst.« Sf n.rS'.f-BMrt.t rw.t. 

OldMt EstsbllslMd Hearing-Aid Company on Vsncouvtr Island 



lOf tho anil n..t»'irs of i 

hls ordsaJ during 12 straight hours 
of questioning and tortura. 

FANTASTIC BVCNTi 

Shlpkov's oxperumoo was an tn- 
tegral part In ths fantastic chain 
of svents leading to the recent 
break In Dolled 8Utee— Bulgarian 
relallorte. 

fihlpkoT's affidavit, which the 
Department rwleaeed at Me requeat. 
dtsfirlbeft Jagged flashing sen* 
tencas the — toteoee niental and 
physical suffering by which the 
police gradually broke him until 
be agreed to become a spy against 
the American legation which om- 
ployed him. 

I Instead of becoming a spy, bow* 
[ever, the IB-ysar-old translator 
I reiuned to the legation, told all 



I Guay Denied 
i Adjournment 

oiTKBBC. March 4 CP>.— A 



pressure of talk, 
bopelemnees and the longing Id go 
through the thing and be eent 
down Into ellooee and peace -It is 
a vrry effective manner to breaking 
down all reelstanoa. 

BEGAN TO PAINT 
"I recall that the mueclea on my 
lags shoulders began to 
cramped and to tremble, thet my 
two fingers began to bend down 
under the preesure. to get (»d 



Monday of the trial of J. Albert 
Ouay, charged with tlme*bamblng 
an airliner with the toes of 22 lives 
to murder hls wlf^ was refused 
today by tbs Crown.' 

The eeurt was adjourned for ten 
Tnipv**- to allow defence lewym 
time to prepare thdr ero n - ei s mlne - 
tioo of Oenereux Rueet. crippled 
sritchtnaker and Crown wtlmess. 

Ruest told the court bow be had 
rifesd a dfvtcs to dyns- 

mtie from drawings i’lppV.rd by 
Ouay, ta-yesf-old Quebec Je^fler. 

LONDON CP).— A. J. Dick rUln»a 

to be the oldest government met* 
■priger boy In the oountry. Re 
UII. 



Amerloen arms, 
month, to Franoe, an Atlantic Fact 
partner. 

They attached 71 ameodmsnte \a 
the bill which would extend Jail 
against saboteurs and 
abolish the death penalty In certain 
eaeM eo that existing lews would 
be mors reedUy enforceable. 

Moet of the amcndmsnto, an 
which oMianUe debetes wlU be 



over 



member that I wu drenched with | 
va'eet and that 1 began to filitt. , 
although I had not exerted myself , 
In any way. ... 

**No attention Is paid to suffering, 
nor Is there any place foe hope 
thet they would take pity on you. 
And when the trembling Increaaes 
up to the point when 1 eoUapeed 
they made me sit and speak. I did 
get several minutes respite, catch- 
ing my breath, and wiping my face 
but when 1 uttered, egaln thet I 
was Innocent, U was the wall 

tgBln." 

Shlpkov’s account want go: 

"And after a time of this, X broke 
down. X told them 1 was willing 
and eager to ten them all they 



Mystery Shrouds Death 
Of Former-Victor ian 



Doctor Slated 
To Take Stand 



wsra Injurwd. 



A is bald tor InvssUgaaon 
the in connection with the 28«year-old 
)ut- woman's death, but no chargee have 
Dool ; been laid. Police are earrylni out 
uDd a Ught-Upped InvesUgatloo. 
own Police said Mrs. Wstt. who cams 
birt irrentl msc*?3 ago and had 
no known enemies, died Instantly 
when a ja-callbre slug pierced her 
brain. 

Lo ! Bow tha. fatal shot wap fired re- 
mained a mystery today as Investl* 
1 gatloDS continued under P.crKranl E 
5 ' Jervis of the Provincial Police. 

I Bfiiutw tests art being taken. 
'The I an Inquest Into the deeth wlU be 
ifbM held sometime next week, It was 
•d a reported today, 
dlanl A small, pretty brunette, Mrs. 
died Watt was outstanding tn ewlmmlni 
I.O.- ' and running durtni her school daya 



BfANCXnCSm, NJI., March 4 
aNS).-The trial of Dr. Hermann 
N. Sander, first man in history 
accused of a mercy murder by air, 
rf2'‘h« tta dramatic cHmax early 
next week, perbape Monday, when 
the doctor tak« the stand. 

Ths 41-year-old country physician 

will be called upon to explain why 
hr Injected air Into the veins of 
cancer vtcUm Atibf Borroto rsrher 
Just before or efter her deeth on 
December 4, 1942. 

The defence contention that the 
i woman was dead, which was sup- 
I ported yesterday by the testimony 
: of hla friend Dr. Albert F. 8nay and 
two nurses, to expected to b# bitterly 
sttseked by Prosecutor WUllsm L. 
Phinney. 

Either before or after the doctor 
takM the etand tha working-man 
Jury win hear from Mrs. Alice 
Bender, the wife who has set 
motionless at the doctor's side dur- 
ing the two eontroverslal weeks of 
' the eaae. 



end the pain, to stop nsedlsss futile 
reslitence, and to come nearer to the 
moment when they would leave me 
tn peaca" 



Individvally or by tbt Set 



Inttmationat 
Waltaci fef Roden 
SierUn9 
1847 Rofftrt 
Comrmim'fv 
Xin/e Plate 



SEE OUR SHOWROOMS 

FOR THE 

MOST FAMOUS NAMES 

IN THE 

APPLIANCE FIELD 



Meatmen Win 



City Remlent, 84, 



VANCOUVER, March 4 CD.— 
New contracts granting wage 
Increasm havs been won by Local 
212 of the Amalgamated Meat 
Cutters 4APX.-TX.C.) with stores 
In Victoria and Vancouver. 

The stores are owned by Canada 
Safeway Ltd. and Superior Food 
Storm Ltd. 

Meat cutters employed In 40 Safe- 
way stores won increases of five 
eeme an hour, with lesa for appren- 
tices and ssnployeea In Superior 
stores won an aenus-the-board 
raise of five cents an hour. 



DiP9 Suddenly 

Bfhly - four • year - old WlHlsm 
Webster, of 1724 Rsultaln Street. 
eoUspsed and died yesterday In hit 
workshop at the rear of hto rest* 
dence. Cause of death was appsr- 
tntly a heart attack, aeoordlng to 



VANCOUVER. March 4 IS^The 
British Columbia District ExscuUve 
Council of ths International Wood* 
srorfcers of America ICJ-0.-C.C.I*.) 
has pledged support to ths United 
Steel Worken'of America at TnOL 
The samcutlve adopted a resedu- 
promising support to ths steel- 
workers now Involved In a Jun^* 
dicttonal war With the Mine-Mill 
unloa In the smtf ter city. 



Increased 
JFood Prices 
Boost Index 



tuppert 

the 

Red Croee 



Terms 

If 

Desired 



Didmofid MtfcKant 
1210 DOUGLAS ST. 67*11 



NEW EASY TERMS ARRANGED 
WE SELL ... WE INSTALL ... WE SERVICE 



Secrei T rial Set 

LONDON, March 4 (INSt^The 
Fret Cseche-Slevakla News Ser- 
Tlee, kg Leodoo. eaM leolghl Uial 
the CemmaoM Oevcrmment will 
pai Catholto Archbtohop 

Jeeef Bcrae ea escret trial fer 
hlsh treasea k eesos e ef his ep* 
peeltioB te antl-Cbarcb laws. 



OTTAWA, March 4 CP).— Higher 
food prices boosted the oost-of- 
Uvinr Index three-fifths of a point 
to 161.6 potnU in January, first In- 
crease In the index In six months, 
the Bureau of SUtlsttcs reported 
todey. 

Prices shot up In January for 
beef, lamb, sggs. orangm. ooffes aiul 
sugar, overbalancing a decline In 
the price of pork. 

Ihe Index to celeuletcd on the 
basts of the 193&-39 price everage 
as too. The standing In December 
was 161. rcstUUog from five coo- 
seeutlvs months of decline from the 
peak of 162.6 *10 July. IMl 



LONDON CP) —Unable to catch a 
man be had seen rurnilng .from hto 
house, E. C. Woodley entered to 
dtoenver the loss of C20 <g93) and a 
bottle of whisky. 



PLACE YOUR WANT AD IN THE 
COLONIST FOR QUICK-ACTION 
RESULTS . . F-E4111 



MARATHON DEBATE 
The longest recorded sUUng of 
the BrlUsh Bouse of Commoru was 
4m hours on Feteuary 2. Ifll. 



PLUMBING AND HEATING LTD. 

138 1000 DOUGLAS ST 



New Blood Test for Cancer 
Said 80 Per Cent Accurate 



LISTEN TO 



Editor of the ioiernationsl daily 
ne«»psper. THE CHRISTIAN 
SCIENCE MONITOR. 



PRICE 



only 6 per cent of some 111 people 
who didn't have cancer. Dr. CUffton 
said. 

Hm test atoo mtosed spotUng some 
people who really did have cancer. 
It seems to give false answers of 
’‘tui cancer” more often when the 
canrere are spreedl^ than when 
• hev are Confined to one site. 

No rsneer test has yet been found 



NEW HAVEN. Conn.. March 6 
M*>.— A new blood test to 72 to 60 per 
eent accurate In detecting whether 
m pereoif hes cancer. 

Tt has been tried on mors than 
2JW0 persorw tn the last two jeara. 
H ailuifi irmr who have rancera. 

reply In 



Over SfoHoffi CIR. 1130 Kc. 

lUNDAY AFTERNOON 
S to 5:45 

Suhieef 

'THE TWILIGHT OF 
MATERIALISM" 



WEST COAST SERVICE 

Stobsrt Bldg. 745 Ystvs 8t. 
AU Tourist RcMreations 
Hold snd Resort Adverdslng 

Beacon 5711 



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In others. It gives a ’jes." 
p«>«()le who haven't cancer. 

Its batting average to'^thm much 
Eke those of several other testa ra- 
eently developed. They all ahow we 
are elcwd te haeing useful, quick 
blood tests to spot cancers sarly. 

Ths. new test was developed by 
Dr. E SvereU CUffton of Tals Uhl- 
eersKy School of MedlcUaa. He 
measures ths amount of a chemical, 
•ailed an antl-enayma. In the blood. 
It counteracts an enxyme Uiat dl- 
gfwte protein. 

When a cancer to p r seen t . the 
blood cop«ains more than normal 
amounte of the enli-cr^Tme. Thto 
extra amount ma7. In effect, 
smother the eswyme thet keeps a 
brake on growth of cancer or other 
ttosues. 

FIVE FER CENT WRONG 

Thto blood test has been oovrect 
tn about 72 per eent of patients who 
actually did have cancer, Dr. Oltff- 
ton said. 

But II atoo says "yes" In moat 
people vdio have acute tnfecUons, 
have Jurt had a major operation, or 
tn pregnant women. These condi- 
tions raise the amount <rf antl- 
erutyme tn the blood. 

If sttch eases aren't counted, the 
test went wrong by saying "ym" In 



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Lift-Van Service 



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FURNISHINGS 



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Tbrtt times wwckly Dowell's o6fers echeduM lilt- 
van service to Vancouver. Dowell's men come to your 
present borne, yow household furniture is packed bjr 
axperta, safe from damage or loee. It is not touched 
again until it arrives as a complete unit at your new 
addreea. From the old home to the new. TVtw^*rs 
handles it alL * * 



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Traveler’ Chief Given Replica of Tniraan’s Sweater 



\Entrants in Talent Spnrrh Contest 



To Display Musical Skills Thursday 

Toe*U»t and iMlnunentAUit P r m n UUona wiU Ukt pUci 

Hanaimp, to takt part in the ot ih« eonTtntioo. 

VoncouTer .blond Roftonol 'Com- ■ « 



f - - With Additional Dli^ict New* on Pafe 35 I 

Finals Will Be Plnyeil Friday 
In Annual Bridge Tournament 

Finals of the Victoria Annual Bridge Tournament, 
iponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commer^, .will be 
played Fitday, Maxch 10, at the Dominion Hotel starting 
at 7:30 p.m.. It was announced yesterday. 

Play has now reached the semi-final rotmds. In the 
championship event R. L. Challoner and Major E. MoiUlett. 
last year’s winners, play Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Law. while 
Mrs. H. A. Stewart and Mrs. P. Jenkins meet Mr. and Mrs. 
W.tr. Heathfleld. 

Mr. O. 8. Orsot snd Mr. D. 

C«mpbeU pUy Mr. A. OlUtlen tr ^ 

Mr. C. Mort«n«en, snd Mr. and 
Mr*. R. A'. Bayn* play Mr. and Mr*. 

John Harper In the aeml-Bnal 
round of Um conaolatton erent. 



wide Ibarch for Talenf context 
will parade thetr musical skill at 
9 pm. Thursday ti» the Vietorla 
Blsh School audltorluiB. 

The local competlUon.* eponaared 
by the Or ea tw Victoria Teachere' 
Ajeociatlon, has conteitanta smerrd 
from rooct of the hl(h schools in 
the district 

The concert will be open to tfcs 
public without charge, but a silver 
will be taken Jo . help 



TECHNOCRAT TO SrtAE 
DonaM Bruce. Vancouve r, editor 
of The Technocracy Dlgaet. wOl 
(peak on “The Coming Showdown* 
in the Canadian Legion audUartuia, 
1616 Branshard Street, at • pm. 



This It the eaeond year that 
teacbera of BHlIeh Columbia have 
•ponsored a March lor musical 
talent among high school stodenis 
In Uie prorUire. , 

After local and regional elimina- 
tion eontesu. ftnallsu wUl parlon6 
at the Easier convention of the B C. 
T-"*hr“‘ Federation. 

Top vocalist and winning Insini- 
nMntalUt wlU each be awarded 51'’0 



March tO. 



LONDOiX CF).-.:brnbB VUnipaaB 
Airways has acc^tad a remrd num> 
t-7T of W'ioter reaervatibn^ this 
j-rr.r, averaging #00 a ■week mors 
thaa-4a*t year. 



collection 
defray coaU of sending the winning 



and runnera-up will each receive 



Today’s Question 

Answer on Page 4 



' Which are < 
membera of the 
curlty CouncUT 



SflMRTEB BETTER 
■calth and Welfare Minister 
George 8. Peariea was rrperted 
la brtter eendltlen yceterday. 

The minister was taken le 
SaMles Rospttal Friday. He was 
fde r ed by hls dorter 4e get away 
from GevrmBmt dtties and take 



Dr. K. O. Wright WIU deeertbe In 
orlef hli ipeclallaed work at the Do- 
mldtOu Astropbyalcal Observatory. 



Indian - made basket. Pictured 
above at ceremony are, left to 
right: Mrs. Walker. Mr. Walker. 
Underwood. Chief Under- 



made bf Mrs. Mike Undnwood, 
wife of chief of Cowlehan Indian 

Tilbe. Mr* Ur.d.^rwc-wl rr--“rnt!T 



Possibly only two men la United 
States have Identical Indian 



AN*?»rAL MEETING 



a eemplete rest. 



The ■niViiai genexal o! 

tha Esquimau CocnmuAlty Centro 
will be held Thursday. March •, In 
the Centre Hall, 1123 CotvUle I- 
starting ‘at 8 pm. 

Continued operations, furtherance 
and expansion of centra activities, 
faculties and program, will be the 
toplca of utmost concern to the 
board. Such matters win bs dls- 
ctiised In open forum at the meet- 



niiilr similar sweater for Preil- j 

dent Tnir’'n Chief Und^^rwr^rd eounMlor 

made presentation to Mr. Walker U.C.TA., 

at Thunderblrd Park yesterday counselor 

r.n behalf of travelera. 

Audrey Underwopd, chiefs dsngh- seloe. M: 

ter, pressnted Mrs. Walker with i Erie, Pa. 



ft.-.rrj Tn''^'^r. and V/-'*cr L 

Walker, supremt eounseloe 
United Commercial Travelers of 
Aminlra. Mr. Walker, who heads 
180,000 ecanmerdal travelara 
vtalted Victoria yeswrday and was 
preaepted with Indian 



OREENBOUBE nRE 
OoDSlderable firs damage 'C'l~ 
eaoaed aarly yssterday morning In 
a greenhouse boiler room owned by 
Leslie J. Smith, BOO Snowdrop 
Avenue. 

Damage was eaused lo tha room’s 
walls and wiring. Cause Is unknown, 
firemen said. 



makes her bow at 



Helps Cement Canada, 115. Together I 

Increase in^Fmtemal SpiritJJrged 
By Commercial Travelers’ Counselor 



AH members of tha F- , . 
Community Centra are requested to 
attend and the general public are 
cordially Invited. 



TO ADDBEBB CENTRE 
Prof. W. OpechowskI of the 
physics Department, UB.C., will 
speak on the *Tundamental Par- 
ticles of Nature* at the next meet- 



It’* an exciting »eason, a time of new 
thing* and bright new fashion* . . • 
Nowhere will you find a more lovely 



TO GIVE LECTURE 
Edward Vidal, world traveler, win 
five an Illustrated lecture on “West 



Supreme CouoMlor of the United 
Commercial Travelers of America, 
Walter L. Walker. or'Ene T;. ....-/,' 
Pa., died the “spirit of frater- 
na]Jnn’' to more than 130 members 
of the Victoria Council of the or- 
gaillxaUon, at a banquet held last 
night at the Monterey ResUurani. 

Mr. Walker, guest of honor at 



diaplAy than at Malldc’*, wherg they 



Record Number 
In Gavel (’.ontest 

A lecord total of 40 oraton win 
take part In the fifth annual Oolden 
Oavel Contest which opens at * pm. 
Tueaday at Liberal Headquarters, 
1S28-A O o ve mm ent Street. 

Albert Sutton, governor of Dlitrlrt 
No. 21 of Tossimastm Intenia- 
Uonal, will officially open the pro- 
ceedlnga. Th^ contest Is open to 
the publle^tTM of charge. 

Contest ofSclals ask the full sup- 
port and co-operation of the public 
to Insure an unqualified success. 



are unpacking new arrival* daily. 
Trim suit*, cnat* to complement your 
ensemble, dres.ae* for every hour ’t 
the day, they’re waiting your cHoica 
. . . and every one backed by Mallek’a 
name for quality. 



at Ihe YM.CA. fireaide hour at I 
pm. today. Robert Morrison, pro- 
gram director, announced yesterday. 

At the music hour at 9 pm., vocal 
and piano selections will be featured. 
Artists will be Mrs. Sheila Manno, 
Donald Brake and Edward VIdaL 



Astronomical Society of Canada. 

The meeting, which win be held 
March 8 at 8 pm. In Room 10 of 
Vktorla College. I* open to the 
general public without charge. 

Robert Peters will announce cur- 
rant phenomena of the sky and 



west, and will r '*:-*' a Vancouver 
audience on Monday. 

In a brief address the speaker out- 
lined the alms and objects of the 
1804)00 members of the order, both 
in Canada and the United States. 

*T feel that fratemallsra has 
helped cement relations of these two 
countries mors than anything slae,” 
'and tt te one thing we 



Young Boxers Tour Museum Before Bouts at Armoury 



he said. 

could UM more of In this world 
today.* ‘ 

Ths grey-halred leader of the 
organlxaUon told hls audience: 

FREEDOMS BLENDED 
*We have two great freedoms 
blended Into one that must be pro- 
tectcd-«nd two great flags.* 

E. O. Rowebottom. deputy min- 
ister of txsde and Industry, acted 
as toastmasttf at the m^>lr>f'and 
Introduced the speaker. i 

Bon. W. T. Stralth. Minister ef 
Education, responded to a toast to 
the Province of British Oolumbla. 
and Reeve A. I. Thomas of Esqui- 
mau and Reeve F. A. Olbba of Oak 
Bay responded toast to Victoria. 
Entertainment was provided by 



In Tune With the New Season 



CKDA 



NOW 
ON THE 



1340 



Will Alp Views 
On Choosing K.C/s 

T he Intra-Cablnct debate 
on method of choosing 
King's Counsel In British Co- 
lumbia will be aired In the 
Legislature next week. 

Attorney - General Oordon 
Wlsmer will Introduce a bill 
which would leave recom- 
mendation of KO.’s to an 
Impartial committee of Judges 
and bmchera. 

Conservatlva Laadsr Bar- 
ben Anscomb earlier disagreed 
with this method. j» 



IT COSTS 
NO MORE 



Te Use Owr Cee- 
vcnleet BwdfM 
Flee 



C. EDWARD FARBY 

FrvfTBiB ntreeUc 

THE 

ED FAREY SHOW 

1 to 9 P.M^DAILY 



Mainland contenden in Stiver Glove* Tournament »t Bay Street Armoury la*t night made 
kmr of Legtalatlvs Building* yesterday afternoon. pRon Lealle Eyret. ICnlster of Trade and 
tnduatry. greeted young boxer*. Provincial Mu»eam appeared to be big attraction for vteltora 
CttrlouBly viewing mooae head In above plctur* are Jerome Wilson, Ladner; BIU Commodore, 



Opening Proves Memorable 

Neiv ^^Safety Test Lane” 
Double-Crosses Mayor 

B B. Wilson, the garage owner. i Even a mayor's car can have Its 
later pot hls ear Uirought ths twt- faulta 

Mayor ParcyE Ofone win tsatify 



Youth Rally 
Hears Address 
At Tabernacle 



a ^Bat TttU Iwmb* U th«nnlDc •bC 

u*« ta • •OTiBirr (^Unf. hM Uv- 
la«-r«Ma. Stnlnc-nme. * >*Cf aa, 
^ ^ ^ Wt<k*e. ebC 0»» tort* nuilty 

■•M 0.SM. eaen MkM b«ru(k»«»<nff • Jof. 

Cm a* aaOt OM«r W-E-A VBy— « tW •• S**«*«*l at L«*» 

t'aSa* V.LA — W * pBfMMt 

■••ta aa «f Ctlp bbS aMlrt«UM« 



D. L MOOR 



Jack Cochrane, recently returned 
from eh cxtcMlve touy of the British 
Islea Norway and Prance, was gusst 
■peaker at a “Youth (or dulst* 
acrvlee at ths Glad TVUngi Taber- 
nacle last night 

Oordon McLean, local director of 
the "Youth for Christ,* welcomed 
a«l tntrodueed Ur. Cochrane to the 
large galheilng. The speaker was 
bom In Irdand but went lo the 
United SUtes during lila youth. He 
received hla ministerial tiwlnlng 
there. 

Mr. Cochrane went to Europe with 
the Olobal-Oo^>elartee'Male Quar- 
IH to repreeent' “Youth for Christ 

InteniatlonaJ.* and was acUva tn 
Detroit’s "Voice of ChrlsUan Youth* 
ranie*. 

The rally began with a song serv- 
W under conduetor Robert Mitchell. 
Then thejrhnir gave a rendition ef 
“He Lives.* Prayers, hymns, tcetl- 
mony and musical solas were also 
beard. 

Arilsts cnlerlalntDf at the rally 
were Joyce UartecM, on the nm- 
vtmba; Oeorge Rose, etngtng. and 
Rcae Wright playing the vtoOn, The 
■olcdsta ako gave t e stitnwi y. 



*ni4 mayor's ear was ths flnt 
to pass through WUson Motors 
Ltd. new “safety test lat»e“ Fri- 
day morning. The official opening 
will be r emembered by all— especi- 
ally Mayor George. 

STEERING FAI LTT 
His ear was' rejected as being not 
absolutely safe to drive. * Wr>«n 
everyone recovered from, the shock, 
the operalor explained that tha 
mayorv ear's stee-tng was out of 
alignment and hls brakes were not 
working evenly. 

However, the payoff stUl was te 



SHOULD BE CORRECTED 
By rejected, the operator doesnt 
mean the mayor and, garage owner 
cant drive. He merely meens to 
the beet tatereets of safety, those 
faults should be corrected. 

Ths new testing lane tests the 
ear front to rear. Xt is a stmtiar 
setnp te a targer unit la Vancouver. 

*n Just shows that a lot of people 
are driving eers they think ere 
mechanically perfect, but e teet 
proves different.* said a mechanic. 



a SAVE CLOTHES 

« SAVE MONEY 

<- ••• 

• SAVE TIME 

• SAVE WORK 



Avoid offonding 



ONLY LIFEBUOY GIVES YOU 
"ALL-OVER” PROnCTIONi 



FIRST IN PHARMACY! 



Our thousand* of prt*chption* filled each yg»f 
beatify te our reliabitity and accuracy. From 
early tnominf until late at ni|rht ear pharvn*d*t* 
arc retd/ to aerve you quickly and efficiently. 







Thinking Aloud 



* « -ar.^ ahip» — M^IUf 

sat— ^ ssHmm ess Msfs.* 

■y TOM TATLOB _ 

A B a (ood VlctorUn who oocMional* 

, If ItkM lo wsteh iht C ugwri pltf. 
It wse fulurU I ihould rssd with 
•omt atMdUf Bruce MutehUoo'e etorf 
of LmUt Pat/ich In *Jte latut Mac> 
iCAn’e Ueuo. •* — 

-Tie a ftn« fAm. indeed, nr fntl of 
Incident m a boekef fAmt lUeU; 
Almoet m<HA Intereallng. I nearlf uUd. 
then the eurxtnt TArletf of the 
epeclea. 

I waa apeclAllf Intrigued bf one or 
two JudgmenU Attributed to Mr. Pat* 
rick, however, thnl beor on a con- 
trovenf thraahed out afreah not long 
aince In IMatern papera. to wit: Mow 
good la modem hoekef eompAred to 
Ite earlier vintage? 

Leater Patrick, who might have been 
expected to extol the paat at the ex« 
pcoae of the present were he uncon* 
nee ted with the Cougars of IBM, haa 
no doubta on the eubjecL According 
to Mr. HutohlscM), "he thlnka hoekef 
la better todaf than avar.** 

Thia atatement. adda Mf. Butchiaon. 
will come aa a ahatterlng htreay. It 
cornea aa more Amm that. I fear. It 
cornea eloae to tha realm of— er— 



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SUNDAY. MABCR I. IBM 



Education h a IJf(hLon^ JouFney 



— Loa4oa Dallj XivrwB. 

Accustomed to being referred to by Mends as a wickad Red. G^S was alarmed at the* suggestion that the eeuntry is ttirnlfig 
Blue becauae of his humbls sDorts. Hs called thie special meeting of bis suff to discover how this all esme about. For the 

benefit of the Lninformed. the gonilen^ marked with a erou Is Giles . 



gtand and to think, and thui apt free all 
that the Creator placed aa potential within 
the-lnvividual, ai dlxtlnct and different 
from the gifts endowed upon another. 



Observation 
Car‘*» o 



5f<ip Glimcei 



From the Press Gallery 



hocus pocua. 

More apeelflcAUf, to quote Mr. Pat* 
rick lo detail, "the game U better, 
faster, more aclentlfle and more apee- 
tacular.” 

Come, come. Mr. Patrick! Surelf 
four tongue la in four cheek? If It 
lao't, 1 feel poaltlva that men like 
Newsy Lalonde. Duke Keata. Howie 
Morenx and Prank^ Predrlekaon will 
haunt you In your aleap. 



thlnka Oovarnment ahould hava a 
lUtla money to boom when private 
buaineaa la busting, and for that rea- 
aon he palnca things blacker than 
they really are. 

Mr. Anacomb has been exulting over 
the defeata of Boctallsm In the past 
year. He sera free enterpriie as firmly 
re>otabUshed. and seema to think 
that the only thing which will give H 
a hard setback now la for Uie Oovern- 
ment to be caught In a depression 
monay to pay off evtry bUL ha could perfod. anaWe lo maev lu aoaial eo* 
think of,-tuc k ad bits hert and thera curUy program, unable to do much 

in odd eorneri ao that the Legislature about unemployment because of poor 
wouldn't get loo enthusiastic. financial resources. 



By PIIED McNYlL 

H arold winch wasn't ao far off 
the mark lut week when he 
called Finance Minister Anacomb's 
budget a masterpiece of dacepUon. 
Whether that'a a good or a bad 



R eports indicate me world la run- 
ning short of top-quality wooL 
Poll Lilians use too much of It to pull 
over our eyes . . . Most persons know 
how to say nothing, but few know 
when . . . Aooordlng to the Chines* 
calendar this li the year of the tiger. 
It looks more like the year oL th* 
Russian bear ... A college professor 
estimated the average woman had a 
Tocabtxlary ot only l.SOO words Most 
of them are fluent in every word . . • 
A Mainland eo)umnlstlvfbU:"Bpeak* 
Ing of weather, variety la the apice of 
Ufe.** There waa too much of the spice 
this Winter . . . Some men art born 
with a will of their oa^n. Others marry 
one ... An Ontario nea’spaper com- 
mented that persons advertising for 
female help might be using the wrong 
approach. They might be using the 
wrong newspaper . . . Simple title for 
the largest budget In history of tha 
Province: "Bquandermanla" . . . Many 
would like to know Just wliat is be- 
hind the reported plan to disband tha 
British Columbia Provincial Police and 
turn over Its dullea to the Royal 
Canadian Mounted Police. I hope it 
la not the flral move toward a police 
State almtlar to those of Europe . . . 
A Fa irfield child watched a neighbor 
Egging holes for new fence posts and 
finally asked: "What are you doing? 
Are you digging out holes?" Resting 
on his shovel, the man replied: "Ho, 
■on. I am digging out earth and leav- 
ing the holes'* . . . North Dakota 
passed a law forbidding men to sleep 
In hotel beds without first removing 
their boots. In homes, every wife will 
be a law enforcement officer . . . 
Benjamin Frankiln'wrolc: ‘‘Wealth U 
not hU that has It. but his that enjoya 



Tla a fact that Leater Patrick la. In 



many reapecLt. Mr. Hockey— player. 



In a counfcr-cloclcwlse direction around a the proWom of control, 
central Wand until they reach the street Only thorough trial ca 
they wish to enter, these aids can be dispensed 

The plan as Illustrated on diagrammatic they can. so much the bett4 
aignboards approaching the Fountain may to the city would run to tl 
confuse the unitiated a little at first, but lars In outlay and upkeep. 



Impresario combined 



manager, 

while this writer merely picked up his 
small stock of lore from the aldeUnea. 
Thought ot tha moral about the hen 
and the egg, however, gives him cour- 
age. 



Health and Welfare Minister George 
8. Pearion was really distressed last 
week when lUoess forced him to slay 
In bed. He Insists that ha la ooming 
ba(k after a couple of days of rest. 
Premier Johnson, however, la equally 
Inotatent that be must follow doctor's 
orders. 

Mr. Pearson haa been alllhg for a 
long time. He's been straining him- 
self to make the hoepltal plan work 
and at times bt haa been upset with 
ao much erlUclam from the public. 
He haa been silent about much of the 
critical talk. But for a long time he 
haa been .waiting to answer hla critics. 

Mr. Peareon haa been 17 years a 
Cabinet minister and he haa always 
been a fighter. Many Umea he haa 
stood out against all hla colleagues Iq. 
the Cabtnetjfor some measure to help 
the weak, the sick and the poor. It 
was under Mr. Pearson that labor 
unions grew up In British Columbia 
and in him tha unions knew they had 
a staunch champion. 

For years, regardless of hla health, 
he haa made hie Cabinet Jobs hla 
whole life, spuming social Ufa almost 
enUrely, aeldom leavlni hla desk. 

There waa alneere and deep regret 
among the membere of the Legislature 
when they saw hla chair empty. 



Better? 



This eomparlaon la nicely wide 
enough to mean anything or nothing. 

Faster? 

Maybfr—maybe not. Hockey players 
25 yean ago were no Uxy Dana. The 
game seems faster nowadays mainly 
becaust players dash madly onto the 
ice for all of 60 seconds at a time, and 
then dash back for a rist just as 
madly. Anyway, if they couldn't keep 
up a rousing pace for so short an 
Interval they thould be In easy chain. 

More eclcnUtlc? 

Tut. tuti What la scIcnUfle about 
swiping a puck as though It were a 
golf ball and then the whole team 
scampering dawn the lea after It like 
hounds alter a fox? Bclcnce Involves 
stIckhandlUig, playnaklng, combina- 
tion. artistry. Thess virtues art con- 
spicuous by their absenoe In the mod- 
em slam-bang styls of play. Lester 
Patrick himself has more hockey ael- 
ence In one big toe than half of hla 
Cougan put together. 

More epectacular? 

What la a spectacle? Just speed? 
Docs skill not qualify under this head- 
ing? The whlsB of a bullet .la spec- 
taeular, but so Is the graot of a ballet 
dancer. 



It SeeuiK TiH} Good T o Be True 

I T the Sons of Freedom follow their threat couched in the form of an ultimatum. Bel- 
wlth action, and this time one hopes they ligerence seems to be the only form of re- 
do, British Columbians will be glad to latlonship they know. Either the Canadian 
turn out en masse and wave a hearty good- Government reveals the culprits, say the 
bye to this radical and troublesome sect. Sons, or "we. will forsake our livelihoods and 
They have long overstayed the welcome will commence a trek from Canada." 
that was given fifty years ago. mistakenly Obviously it would be useless to reply that 
as It turned out. to Peter (the Lordly) Ver- did the police know who blew up Verigin the 
Ifln and his Doukhobor clan. Nothing miscreants would be in jail. Since authority 
would make greater amend for the trouble Is unlikely to satisfy this request, therefore, 
they have caused than that the.se Sons the possibility looms that British Columbia 
should seek their speclaJ brand of freedom la at long last to be rid of the Doukhobor 
elsewhere. Sons of Freedom. This seems almost too 

It was typical of the friendly approach to good to be true. Perhaps the Finance De- 
authority as symbolized by arson and con- partment might be willing to hasten the 
tempt for the law, that the request for the moment of departure by offering to assist 
names of those responsible for the bomb with the passage money. No taxpayer 
death of Verigin 26 years ago should be would object. 



Letters and Excerpts 



!• IM — mmf at »r« ••Umn* H May ar* kHH. **4 

Ulf. N* Irtict *WI M ak-to M I* Mft. n»«*l •▼tv tkt •▼•••t ttiMtart ••« •••rtat at ik« 

vrltvr t-t-ktll*# — rtttw—f fe« r*l«r»f4. 



flrct altUng In the Leglolature. I hope It dot* not 
mean that Brltain'i elecUon U already having on 
effect here. The budget has not yet been passed. 
I hope our private memben will «ee that U lx 
changed and economlee made In other direeUonx 
where human beings will not luffer ax a result 
'MRS.) DOROTHY SPURR 
Box 318, Cbemalnue, B.C. 



POUCING THE FBOVINCE 
Sir.— It was with very great satisfaction that 
I read that the world-renowned R.C.MP. art 
probably taking over the policing ot the Province 
of British Columbia, a moveraeni that should 
have taken plaec many years ago. Although 1 
do not #lsh to cast any xeflectlon on the BriUsh 
Columbia Potlc* who have functioned tor many 
years, yet I must point tratthal li haa only been 
petty party politics which have prevented the 
R.C.M.P. from taking over years ago. 

UnqueeUonsbly the efficiency of the R C.M.P., 
with all lU scope. iU tradition. iU training and 
Us high standard of discipline, unequalled In any 
other service In Canada, would be greater than 
any local police without thr faciliUes of the na- 
tion-wide force. . . . 

A R SCOTT 

RR. 1. Sidney. B O. 



Somebody Haa to Eat the Beans 

IFrom The Winnipeg Free Preae) 

nenk authorlia- night. Each bean seems a allenr fs- 

rive-ounca tins proaeh to the man who would permit 

Canadian Food them to coagulate Into such a sticky 

n will remove a mase of toffet-colorcd calorlei. And 

hich has been a abhorrent as Ik Is to look at them. It 

y bachelors Into Is even more difficult to handle the 

Triages. ft U beans. They cannot readily be stirred 

that most men. with a spoon, and an Ice-plck may 

n-ounce tin of chip the pot's enamel. When wanned, 

lelr lupper, eat beans In this stage tend to bum, with 

remainder stays unsatisfactory effects upon the pot 

in the following and the food. In time, Jbi* becomes a 

reason why so many bachelors tend 
are few sighu to enter wedlock, 
canned beans The ailpeayance of fjve-ounce tins 
In a pot over- need not, however. In llaelf reduce the 



We have to remember, of course, as 
Mr. Patrick points out via Mr. Hutchi- 
son. that in the old days, before sub- 
stitutes were invented— by himself— 
the players crawled exhausted off the 
ice. That cut down speed. 

WcU. I have only to shut my eyes 
and see Dick Irvin, Joe Simpson, Eddie 
Shore, Rabbit McVeigh, Mush March 
and a host of others skating nonchal- 
antly for the dressing-room after a 
whole 80-mlnate period, to all appear- 
ances quite able to stand upright and 
free from undue fatigue. 

Physical fitness, you see. used to be 
a necessity for a hockey player; not 
now. to-quUe the some degree. As an 
example I recall the evening at the 
Arena during the Winter when the 
lighu went out and itopped the game. 
Two mlnutee and fifty eeconds re- 
mained to play, yet after an ^enforced 
rest of 19 mlnutas the Coufart' for- 
ward line had to be changed halfway 
through theee last driblets of playing 
time I Physical training U obviously 
not ao rigorous now. « 

Let «i not belabor a needless com- 
parison, however. 

Hockey today is exciting; Just as 
aicJUDsas ever Ik was. The techniquea, 
rules and modes have changed but Ik 
still eeU your veins aflfe. It is fask, 
thrilling to watch, power-ladeiu. Tha 
fans like Ik the , way it B. and they 
pack the arenas all over the oeuniry. 
That makes It good enough to stand 
unashamed on Us own okate-Olad 



marriage potential. The development 
may require q little more artfulneoa in 
catching a husband, but that should 
not constitute an Insurmountable dif- 
ficulty. After atf. a soundly-btoed 
marriage Is not founded on beona 
alone. But while bachelors remain on- 
trapped, they will no doubt find life 
a little more attractive once the five- 
ounce tins are on Uit market. As for 
housewives, since they are already 
married the new cans should make 
IJtUe difference. It will merely mean 
that they will have to open two cane 
for supper where one wbuld formerly 
have drnie. 



PERFORMING ANIMALS 

Sir,— U Is not true to say, as you do, that "all 
the world loves a circus," because there are a 
considerable number of people, even though 
they be In a ^minority, who reallae the cruelty 
and suffering which Is Inseparable from the 
trained animal industry. To these people the ad- 
vent of the circus brings much unhappiness on 
behalf of (be creatures whose sorrows they 
reallae. but which they are powerless to help. 

Whether a circus be "shoddy" or Rrst-class, 
It does not alter the facf ot the eufferlng which 
has been undergone by the animals In order 
to Insure that they will perform their unnatural 
acts to time for the pleasure ot those who view 
the performannV In the meantime, they paee 
their existence In the closest and most cramped 
confinement, aaray from all khelr naturaf aur- 
roundlngs. To anyone who realises these ihlnga, 
the circus brings nothing but pain and, unfor- 
tunately. those who do so are too few In number 
at the present time to be able to do anything to 
prevent such wrongful exploitation of out* fellow 
creatures. 

< e. 11 WEBSTBR 
18 Obed Avenue. Victoria. B.C. 



ESCAPED LBOPABD 

Sir,— The cose of tha unfortunate leopard 
which escaped from the Oklahoma Zoo U one 
more slrong argument against tuch places. We 
eon. perhaps. In tome small measure reallae the 
desperation of the terror-stricken animal. 
Trapped and brought long mites from Its Jangle 
home. BO wonder It made one last bid for free- 
dom. . . . 

When will the time come when the rapture 
and oonflnlng of a wild creature wUl be looked 
on as cruelly and dealt with as such? Only one 
worse fate coo befall an animal than imprison- 
ment in a aoo and that Is to be eold to a traveling 
show. Ut M thcae thlnti ak every 



trt.oria 

arb anil (Hrhwlhie 



Science Is marvelous, liv Its uneven 
way. For insUnre. it con tell from 
eeaohells what the eIJmatS was like 
S.OOa.000 years ago. but doesn't know 
enough lo wear lie rubbers to khe 
affict. 



From File* of The Dsily Brinsh 
Coloniat for Uerch. tS63 



In front of Councillor Copeland's real 



By G. E. MOBTIMORE 



denoe, 



T he tale of a house which bad a 
hlghifay accident was related bf 
Th^Daliy QrltUh CalonlsL "Yesterday 
'morning a party named WUllom Bond, 
who hod undertaken the removal of 
a corrugated Iron house from Its por- 
tion dh Langley Street, In rear of the 
theatre, to a new site upon Broad 
Street, attempted to move the tene- 
ment, which bad already been placed 
upon a suitable conveyance, with the 
aid of a team of six horses. 

'*Owtng to the depth of the mud, 
however, the task ao hopefully begun 
proved must dlfflrait to aceompUsh. 
and only about 100 yards wm pasefd 
over In seven hours, even with the 
added help of another w>an of borset. 

‘TUving with much perseverance 
trieatad iBe Wheels tr» the mad 
about 4 p.^ a fair eMrt waa mode; 
but alas for humaa andeavora, the 
sodden impetus given to thetr load 
by the eaclted boraca proved too much 
Ter Ue aquUlbrlam. oAd the house, 
after wavtrlng for a few OMNnento 
WbUB ilda th* mud was eoftesk lor 
Mi daaamkk cama dOwB wMB a waA 



"Before the team eoald be checked, 
th* two aides of the house were tom 
asunder and the once happy dwelling 
appeared a mleerablc wreck Indeed." 

tSomehow^ibe reporter failed in his 
Ifith-centory duty and omitted^to slip 
In any reference at this point to "a 
hotwe dtfided," Rowbftr. ht sAUiflcd 
his sense of pun by headlining the af- 
fair "Housebrcaklnglir with three 
exelamiUory. marks.) 

"Though th* mloforttthe was evl- 
denuy, anythtnd hut a fete for the 
eontraetors. the mishap oaeostoned no 
slight merriment among the speeta- 
ton and e«pecUUy at the expense of 
those of the crowd whose proxlmiljr 
to the tottering fabric . . . caused thm 
to scatter widely tn thetr endeavors 



portunlty, for If thefv wef* no dcBlAnd for 
trapped Wild life there would be no supply. 

LILIAN F. HEYWOOD. 
F.O. Box 408. Victoria. B.C. 



The BrIUeb t^ber Devtrnmeal eaa 
■ew vafteel s erfewfuBy wm the hi- 
gratitude ef the maj»Ft whs Mt Ite 
baud with thrir free false teeth. 



“^Tioae Wootla These ; • 

Whose woodt th§m erv / think J know. 
Ht$ Aoum is in tht vitiofft though: ^ 

Ht witl not ttt mt ttoppinf htrt 
To tvauh hii woodi fill up wtth wow. 



Guide: "This is a Roman wall 
started lo A.D. 20." 

Bricklayer's wife: *Xor, Joe, thatV 
the sort of ftxm to work fori" 



BBITISn COLUMBIA BUDGET 
Btr«— I not* that British Columbia rtvenuea ore 
eopeated to be ^tpiO.OOO higher than eeUmated 
fbr 1880-91. 8^ taa returns yielded 824.000.080 
as against aa espeeted llt.000.000. It was my ua- 
dsnlandlng kbak ths soles tax was impost to 
help pay far eoelal fervlees aad ediieatlon, eta. 
Tel in balancing the bodget, Mr. Anscomb hoe 
found It necesMry to make bis economics at the 
expense of hornet tor the agei^ mothers* allow- 
aqces. eaneer control, *fB. control and mental 
bospnalOi an aggregate eavlng ot 1848.000. At 
the eaaM Ume he allews llUOOiDN tar eosk-of- 
Uvlng insiagii to olrU eerranta Dhlaes the grants 
for bamas far the agad aad lailBlii* aUbwaseee 
art IncluM, Usea to top aptalM the 4f?U earv- 
anU* eoto-of-Rvtog bohus should alto to cut oat. 
1 do not believe that the sMl eervants themaelva* 
would wleh to aeeepk'-H u nder such 4|rmit- 
•tanoaa .... 



But let us not pretend K Is totter, 
more idehune and mor« epectacular 
than li used to M. 

Beeanee tt aiB*L ^ 

1 dldnt really expect Ur. Fatrttt 
to say other than he did. but when 
he retires for good and rits down to 
wrUs hts mexheire— and they should 
to worttiwblto-I fancy hie JadgmenU 
wlU dUter sgmewhat Irato what he 
toU Mr. Butchleon. 



Uy littlt hoett must think it quttf 
To stop without e ftrmhouM npor 
Bttwttfi ths woods and trotw hkt 
Tht darktst nwnfwy td tht tNwr. 



Re edaki nelUier read norwrlte, tout 
when a distant relaOve died and left 
him a small fortune he storked u» 
moke a eplosb. He aeguirad a eneque- 
book, but toetaad ef ugntog Ui naait 
en eheqaei ht pwttwb. efneeia and tha 
bank paid. 

Then eae ^ be handed toe eatotar 
a cheque Ngnad wtto torn eroasae. 

Coshlsf— What's thle? Toa’ve pul 
three ftneees here 

Mon— I knew, but my wife'i gal 
eoelal amMkieaa Bbe eoyt I mat! 



He five* hit harntu belts c thake 
To ctk if there is_soene mistake. 
The only other sound' ■ the swnp 
Of Msy wind and downy hkt. 



The teagi was fborUy afterwarde 
ostoUdhed aad toe hdim* Mfl to the 

pa#*!dsi It had ehoton— a mobument 
to the mterprise. If not the good for- 
tune. of the eontractor- whose good 
humor undef cstretnely aggravaUng 
rlreumstaSeto . . . wae ae ietonlshlng 



Tht woods tn lootly, dork md dttp. 
Bar / Hirr p rpn wi W fo kttp. 

Ar>d milts ro pd btfort I tittp. 

And milti t6 po btfnre f sltep 

— BonruT Fnof 



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LONDON. Merch 4 (XNS).~A 
vUltor to London todey Is struck 
by the chencet that have taken 
place In what wa* once one of the 
moat glamoroyi capital* o( Kurope 
The coat of two world ware and 
live y ean o f IkiclaUsro have tapped 
the loclal trawe of Engluh aoclety 
GAIETY OlbArPCABS 
Cone U the gaiety of gittcrlnc 
baUrootne and faahlonable theatre 
crowd* that made London night a 
fairy tale for Clnderellaa In Uiaea 



correapoudcnl witnessed one r 
&ing recently. 

“ 'Ere. BUI. 'ave aneihm 
pint." Th* Cockney voice that 1 
dropping the b'* came from < 
bar Id ^ room fUled with work 
daaa people on a night out.-- 
WOEKEfUl CELEBRATING 

It was not a pub. but tbs dr 
circle bar of HU Ma)est/'a thea 
In the Uaymarket. 

Before the war that room wo 
have been filled with a throng 
middle and upper da**, gentry 



WASRINOTON. March 4 <AV— 
Men who led the recent mock war- 
fare la the Alaskan sub-Amlo' 
agreed that targe me wee of men* 
never could be pitted agalnsl each 
other in Alaska, but they couldnt 
eigree why thU is so. 

One theory 'wv that only a 
limited humber of men could be 
supplied there because of trans- 
portation difficulties. ThU U the 
accepted view of the national 
military establlahroent. sccordifig 
to officers who help do the planning 
In Washington. 

NOT ENOUGH BOO.M 

Another view, expressed by a high 
ranking officer with un;^K>ri*nt 
experience. In military transpor- 
utlon. aws that there just wmsnt 
room enough, not . enough battle- 
ground. for masses of men to fight. 
He said hs could tranjqnrt ample 
supplies for all the men who could 
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FORT FRANCES. On^ March 4 
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CP'. -Truck rti 
•rdered to lower the boom. 

Police Chief Look Camirand of 
thu Northweetem Ontarto town has 
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loading bpoms that any further 
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RITCIIENEB. OnL. March 4 
CP).— Tbs sobbing ehlM wss half 
an benr late fer kindergarten 
clasi. bet she had a emmpled net# 
fer the leacber. 



NEW WESTMINSTER CP).— The 
c itr council plans to buy $I.$00.000 
wcqth of municipal bonds held by 
EngUah Investors. Aid. Percy WU- 
Usms has been suthortied to travel 
to London In connection with the 
plan. 



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WASHINGTON. March 4 td^.— 
United States Secretary Dean Ache- 
son told ^hl* *t^ today to bU 
aesnclates In the Slate Department: 

Yesterday Achenon went over to 
see President Truman for their reg- 
ular weekly conferencs on foreign 
nffslrs. 

As he opened the White Rouse 
door, a young lady came up and he 
atepped aside, holding the door <>prn 
for her. IruUde the hallway she 
turned and gave Acheson a qu lailc s l 
look. 

“You’re the . Secretary of State, 
aren’t you?" she asked. 

He admitted It. 

“OoUy." she said. *Tve been work- 
ing In the White House nine years 
and you're the first Important mao 
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‘^TitforTat 


treatment 


, Proposed for 

TT TASHINGTON. March 
Yy (D., S.C.) introduced 
grant foreign diplomat 
. - aame treatment accorded Amen 
The bilk described by River 
f would make it a penal oifen 

* Government official to show 


Diplomats 

4 (INS).— Rep. Rivers 

a bill today which Would 
1 in the United States the 
can repreaentativaa abroad, 
s at a "tit for tat’* measure, 
ce fdr any United States 
' foreign diplomats more 


* abroad. Rivera gddgd: 




’•The next time they throv 
^ a train, let’s throw one of th< 


V rne of our diplomats off' 
ifa off.” 


t Atomic Arnw 
Said Threat 


r merits Race 
to Freedom 


^ NEW YORK. March 4 , 1 

h Sea. McMahon rD., Conn.v. said to- < ■ 
' day that Rueala'* A-nvxnb -fuccee*“ 

C 1 * 

j 1 ha* numbered th* day* of United ^ 
h Butee supeHorUy and exposed the , 
nation to a Soviet “Pearl Harbor , 
Wow." 1 1 

n The chairman of the Joint Co- 1 
i, greulnnal Conunlttee on atomic en- 


ead to deetructxm of freedom. He 1 

tfleerted: -* 

- 1 

“Let Ufl recognise the danger to > 
Ibeny- and let ua act now, sin- 
lerely. forcefully and dramaUcally, 
0 atop ihe armameuU race and to 
oln with men everywhere In har- 
se&&lng atomic energy solely for Us; 
vondrous peauetlmc uses." 1 


y menu rare U an “Inaidlou* threat ^ 
to freedom" and urged forceful, dm- i 
■r maUc action to secure International ] 

fi ri»nlroT. 


:;u 

ATall U proud of hU work record, 
-fe has been at the same Swindon 
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Present Final Concert of Series. March 13 



ajLdKATOON. Uarth 4 
G»of*# R. Bickprton, TO. Vm| ; 
pr««inent lu farmer froupt to 8 m- 
««4..4Pddcnli.At 
t„..w ywterday He hart 
wofttof M unual on Thursday at hU 
offWa ta tba fiaakatdMwail Parmer*’ 
UnioiL 

Mr. Blckertorv waa prtawWnt of iha 
Dnitod Parmm of Canada. Saakai- 
fhfHvan Section, for »<tcn year* and 
prior U) that wan coimectad with the 
Parmer** Union of Canada. During 
the World War ha awa a member of 
4^ SalacUve bcrvica BoAiTl. 

He to aimrtted by hto widow and 
one mn. Edward Oai>ry«. io VancuQ- 
wrr. Puneral arrangement* have 
not yet been compleiad. 



Alice 



club member* r Trto Parer. 
WaddtU and Haael Jackman. 

• • • 
-STARLIGHT THt.ATRT* 
Logan Mayhew was elected presi- 
dent of the Victoria Theatre 
Potmdatlon. sponsor* of th* *9Ur- 
Ught Theatre.** at the groups an- 
nual meeting iMt week. 

The organttotion to planning to 



an. • r the popular Summer musl- ; 
caU again this year. , 

Other officers include ; George 
lUndall, rlre-presldenl; O P Greg- , 
secretary: P a oibbs i 

ir^urer; R D Mulhollapd, J V. 
Harbord. R H. B. Ker. B. 8. OtoOB 
and H A. Wallace, director*. 

• • • 

UGHTKR PARI 
Ughver fare will b* to stow* few 
concartgoers attending the final 
Victoria Symphony porfonnanc^ol 
the Winlar serta* March 13. at Vnt 
Royal *rheatr«. 

Program wUl include the Overtur* 

. to Wliliam • Tell. Roasinl; Sym- 
phony No. 38 to O Malor, Haydn; 
Suite lor String*. Woodwind* and 
Pour Homs. Purcell: Night Solil- 
oquy for Pluie Solo and Btrincr* 
Kenman; and Caprlcdo Itallen. 
Tschalk<tW5ki. 

* 8<»lo flautftT^l be Morris Craw- 



of Victoria Symphony, which will preaent final concert In h wnS? 



R. Slrapron. T Rllllch. Dr. O. Shaw. Mrs. 1. Ttiaon. B. BoUen. Mrs, D. HUi. 

“dealt" of two players becomes *o!o pair In opening movement of 
lure, which heads forthcoming concert program. 



ners and morals of the fic*t half 
of the century, the simw is described 
a* a lively, if luA lavt^h pndueuon. 

I>f plte 14 small cast. Itrimpiwed 
a revieaer for Tlie Time* in DeUoit 



THE ENTEKTAINMENT WORLD 

I But with a ftlscable deficit from *eU 
1 U*l »f*r banging over it* he ad, the sue 
***^‘n?riety is hardly In a’poflilim to ‘ phi 
'’“*'|uuie»'e the number of rehearsal*. ' eni 
* and thus li.s expeaw* aUo, without ' oit 
finding additional source* of a^i 
revenue tot 

llvttc* Mr Oruber'ft plan, which, i 
It hopid. pronde* a aulution 'o U> 
both ptuDlema and. more importi^t. pai 
allow* for liirthiT devclhptnent of ms 
the Symphon? on an imrearingly i 
prufe.<isloiuiI basis. 

l»0 NtIT KXPLCT I’llOFlT I 

' Rli 

Directors of ihe soeiety do 
fMH-ct the oiThiwSra to »how a 
profit In f.Aci. ttiey’U be more tfian 
^wtufled It K bri-idu even—a iu>De,^^ 
I ton frequent oc( utT«nce *o far as 
' ’vymphnny orcheMra* are concerned. 

Bucce** of the plan would seem to 
depend mainly on the extent to 
' the society, partly through * 

through the “ 



Highlights Include Pratt’s singing 
2 ^-youH_Oei Used to Il.“ with re- 
fiirbishH. postw^nr lyrtes. a spirited 
dissection of a 'dram* festival ad- 
judicator by 3^raby Lockhart, .which 
might have local applicatloiu at 
thu time of the year and other 
sketrhM. song* and dance* featuring 
Murray Malh-Min. Charmlou King, 
Uura HamUu>n. Beth OUlander* 
and datvee team Deruito and Maxine. 



-PIRATES’* OPENb MON'DAT 
“"*-The Pirates of Penance." pre- 
Hcnted by the Victoria Gilbert and 
Sullivan Society, will open for a 
ihrec-day run at the Royal Theatre 
Monday night. 

Directors of the produr'ion are 
Col. Victor Mill* and George B 
Bower 

Leading singing roltslndud# Alan 
White as Frederick, the pirate ap- 
prentice; Pauline Barnett as Mabel, 
daughter of the major-general, 
played by Prank Dunn: Clayton 
WorroeU as the plraU king, and 
Barbara Brooks as Ruth, the pirate 
■mald-af-all-work " 



akinul basU next season was gi^cn 
Hi a mn'iing <*f the board of direc- 
tors of the Hymi>hony tjoclelj J-Tt- 
dsy night. 

As ortguuUy yutlmert Isfore Ciy 
OouixU la*i wifk. Mr. Orubir s plan 
railed lor proentalion of Ir'l sub- 
sciiption concert* next year in pUi.'e 
tif the usual >l*. 

Sim ri.AS EK'IIT 

Tlie revbcd plan. n*'W endorsed 
“In prln-iple. ” subject to approval 
of Uir Mrtalcuuis' Union and of a 
special comnUttee of the society, 
calls for a comprnmlse eight sub- 
jcriptlon concerts during the Win- 
ter sca^iv 

The mu-.iciaiu would be signed to 
aiA.moiiih contract*, providing ^tl* 



snxr. KE< ITAL 

The Vktorta Schubert Club under 
of Praderir King will 



direction 

present a aong reiltal at 8:15 pm.. 
Tuesday at Victoria West United 
Church. 

Guest arttot wUI be butilone Slrt- 
Soloists will include 



ney Chlverall 



BdvertuiitR. partly 
increased number of the popular 
•■prom" concert*. cajj„. manage to 
make city residents rather more 
symphony-coiuietoua than they are 
at present, and. to a lesser extent. 

*o the guarantor 



IT IS WISE TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYES 



rO>TING TO ROTAL 

-There Com YesieitUy.** all- 
Canartlan nuulcal revue headed by 
ex-Nsvy Show comedian John Pratt, 
will appear here for two nlghU 
March 20 and March 21 at ^Uie 
Royal Theatre. 

A hgbt-hearted summary of man- 



Oll 

■cheme 



• A remark by one of the dliwctor# 
at Priilay'i meeting— “Doe* anybodv 
know a public-spirited advertising 
miui *«emrd quue relevant at Uiu 
pninti. 

If the advance sttoecriplion ticket 



^ET RI AHON rUK Kb 
Sesson lirJwl price* suggested are , 
g7. 111). 814. Ill and 832 ' ' 

In addiuon. a aerie* of *U Sum- ' 
nyr •pnjm" concert* to plarmcd. | 
Also aoughf are 7k to 100 “guar- 
aniora " at one hundred doUnr* each 
which, according to Mr Gruber, will 
give tlie plan the substance and 
security necessary during i'* firs' 
year of operation 

TO INHt RE St.A.sON 

•■The guorantew would In.'ure ihe 
seasun. in the remote event of any 
ileHcH at all for a deficit of between 
87 500 to 110 000 

In *c1rtlUon. Cliy CtHini il haa been 
asked for • 85.007 grant 
Date of the ancitty * annual meel- 
tng St which a new board of 
111 be elected will be ad- 



NOW- She 
Laughs at age 



OPTOMETRIST 



Hprinfftim* in her bean avalni New-f«»uno Sairt». 
l*|.S]r •nrrgy A new. ali»* wumao - spsrkUn* eve*, 
heller ewiur, freah. ml* ytwith l nlnwi - haa r*pla«e4 
the wvnt. I nee Seik No wi>n4rr life baa laJini as new 
Ihtefeaie iea. Uwiiwaniia W nne* ra4H wnme*. wanrr 
Inoa M»m 4 iron *wirrrtr. h*»* WoonaH anew wMh the 
help ef It WiMtema t*m« >Wli. Trr Dr. Will>aMt (Inb 
rula rnar^ f*c *• <*r*t fcntoe .new health »e* as4 
ener*T gtsri lognpl Get haek "la the pink wMl 



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dicec‘.ors w 
vanced from April to March m order 
t© faciUUte putting Into effect of 
the program. 

Adoption of the new, approxim- 
ately 830.000 budget should result 
to a "slaeable- pmllt In place of the 
deficits of recent years, according 
to Mr Gruber 



INT8RP.HTING FVrNING 

Ijstenlng to Mr. Oniber j«>hiely 
ai>d perM^ienilv arguing ihe 
directors of the Symphonv Soile v 
Into acquiescence ihs other nlgl.*. 
wlih hi* sclietne for revamping the 
orchestra, we found an Inicreaiing 
expertenc* In more way* than on*. 

pW one thiug, the problem* dl*- 
ru'-.‘'ed were to a large extent. Muan- 
rlal. <i»d the major cuf\*trucUve 
proposals for Ihrir. auluuon were 
coming from what ei*ne mUihi re- 
gard as a rniher iinuMial source, 
namelj, the ronrtucior of the 
oreh^^tra 
PerMinaAv 
with Mr ( 
sklUful defence of it And so. mde- 
Ing bv the way they flnallv vnrert 
were hto critics 



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TSBchrd an tmpaaae bbih from a 
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Drivers Crank $ 17,225 Iiilo Melei 
Duriiis; Year; Nel Revenue $ll/)27 



Two Sci yeanls in Promotion 



lias Facilities 



YOUR 
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INTO CASH 



rvtenu* lor Uv «U monttu of 

H60..Lh*n for the flr»l holt ” 

cftUnuited thf IKl fnM* toUl 

h ond attn ei* 

perwn wtrt deducts U would l*»v» 
a n«t amoum of $35^ to ihr city- 
Tlwrp WM ■ pcMwlOiUty that moro 
met«rs vlll.bt ImUllfd in Uif city. 
U more tnrtrrs arc obuined. half 



• froM irvemie of M7.2» durinf Co., to pay for the meteta. 

1»49. Aid. Dr. J. D. Hunter, chair- ' ThU Wl t23.ftl3 from which 111 
man of the PuWlc Worlai Conunlt- 684 in operattug coata. repair? i;;d 
tee. announced yesterday. | other e*pen*ea was further auh- 

Howrver. only 111.937 reached the trarted leaving 111.937 
cily treahury al.<f expenaea were meicri wlU all be paid M 

deducted. Under aa. arrangement by the end of- June thla year." Aid. 
wluch the city made wt)ao tba Hunter laid. *' We vUl have a bigger 
. were inatalled half the 



Cat-fandrra wuhing to diapose 



of littera of' r 



adt ued by the VlctidilA. 6.PC a 
U uU Dm apuety haa facUiUea t'T 
iiainle^ly *putung them to sleep.** 
t *nie iervka ts avalUble pn request. 
Tlve A^t^iety will also sii:!-- '.'? 
mtinmln in weed -of attention -la 
1-^, of accident or when tlie owner 
Jntf IKI car or other means of getting 
M>em to a veterinary hrwptt4d. 

' KffVnTy |NVi:8T|ti4TiO!S8 



charge ccroaafa Mtufed. 



Funeral Set 
For Resident 



lu. iinUM a rr^iurt at tlic »uctety‘a 
■•KM'iiily meeting TliiM>da^ Uipwed 
1.11 inveaUgatluua made And (^. 
v,iri>jj>g*. bented dtttlng Ute nKni'h 
>»r ptmyuary. * 

/* T*eniy-one d'lgjt ajid 17. rate 
«<>r* placed in new homes and 
U Irwt animal* returned to their 
•vwnera. • • 

-Eighteen auunal* were given 
huiatice eervii-e to veterinary hn*- 



Fui^rrul service* fnr lU --,' 

MacRltrhle. BT. of 
Road, who passed away fYlday. after 
a short lllnewi, wlU be held to* 
nioirrpw afternoon at 1 o’clock from 
Hnyward's Funeral Parlor*. 

. Mr. MacRUchte was bom tn Kent 
CwmtT, Om. celebrated hi* 

dlnmond weddlnf ahtUWHyiTT three 



He came to Vlrtniia In 1937 'aller 



pthiU. 



Apttoiulcd chairman of "Be Jund 
to Animal* Week.'* to be held from 
'Mb? 7 to Ma. 14, waa. Mrs. R- K. N 



having farmed at larkadena. J^spk 



Prior to shat he lived for X*i rear* 
in Rodney* Onl.. where he was 
m bu*m*s* and served for a lime 
a* reeve ~ 

He 1* survived by his wnriow. two 



Dovey and took him to <he Btallon 



mfjjtable rxplattvM 



Carl and Don. all al'Kome 



sons. 



When Dmry took the stand h-' 
denied reatstlng the officer, and 
ot^ questioning by C^lty Froaenjtor 
Claude U Harrlsoln ht admitted he 



Mrs. Ague* Mont 



and a sister, 
gomery of fiondon, OnU 

Rev. William Allen will ofllciate. 

rr' erm^ i.i f.v.\ bt at Rnyal Czk 



Burial Park 



the eonatable had mistaken hU 
actions. 



M e i<r 0 grand ulection of Spring Shoc% 

hg .Vflfiirfl/jier . , . fo proiw that you 
ran hact ftt and fa.ihioii .. . . fo prm c 
our reason for aaying that 



• Cuusiable Keith Holletl told the 
court be wa« in a Oovemment 
Street cafe (n plain clothes about 
13:06 aJn. on March % when he saw 
Oovty arguing with a Chinese 
waller. He said ha h-_r(l the ac- 



An army sergeant was charged In Crob'n counsel, could obtain fur- 

tr polira courtr yesterday with instructions 

M>CT7 *4Ut vlolanea. j nRIVIMi < HARC.EH 

Ha te Gordon Kettndge of Fort Michael Ru&»ll. Und^ay Road, 

. . ^ ^ and Ougald A- Mwiwell. SIS M«- 

7111am who ha. been stauor-cd fined f-h 



MSETH -TOMOlUtOW 

H MC. Dockyard Federated CitII 
Service Axsoclatinn will hold It* 

muntiJ:, meeting tnm~rrrT evr-nlng 



Quadra Street Home 
Damaged hy Fire 



Robert House. 



and given one month Iicenre suS' 



the waiter refuse him because It WM 
closing time, Dovey was swearing, 
he staled. 

constable said he heard 
he wouldn’t leave until-* 
After John 



by ftre yesterday afternoon at the 
home of P. J. Steel. 5400 Quadra 
Street. 

Saanich 



^nslons when they pleaded guUty 
16 'dangerous driving charges. 

Constable William Knowles told 
the magistrate he observed the ac- 
cused racing along Gorge Road and 
Oovertunent Street 



reserve artillery umi. 

.^Kettndge waa charged 'With rob- ' 
bing Lottie Rclher. 3659 Douglas 
Street, early yesterday morning near | 
ttie Intersection of Douglas Street i 
and Hillside Avenue. The robbery 
involved a purse. j 

Sgt. Wally Andrewa and Const^e , 
L. J. Clarke made the arrest. | 

RtIMANDF.n 

'** Appearing before Magistrate H. C. 
Halt, the sergeant elected trial la 
police court and w'& remanded to 
Monday without plea. 

**I cant plead, your honor. I dont 
remember.** stated the accused. 

An army officer rose from .the 
gallery to Inform the magistrate 
that Kettrldge's unit was leaving 
today for the lakehead. 

’’This man wtU not be leaving with 
the unit." replied Magistrate Hall. 

•6M BAIL 

The magistrate set ball at $500 for 
the release of Dlls Orenek. other- 
wbe E. Qrauger. who is facing two 
fa)>e pretence* chargea. 

He was charged with obtaining by 



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The 

Dovey say 

he got a cup of coffee. 

Pug. the waiter, asked him to mase 
Dovey leave. Cooatable Hollett said 
he told him to leave and explained 
he could get himself Into trouble. 

*T*m not going to leave for you 
or anyone." the constable quoted 
Dovey as staling 
The crmstable explained he took 
hold of Doyey's arm and he started 
to put up a struggle, ll didn't las' 
tong when he put an arm lock on will be "Harmony of the Bees. 



firemen said the ftrr. 
which* originated near a radio by a 
fireplace, damaged the living-room 
wall, floor, cheaierfield. chair, car- 
pet and radio. Firemen confined 
the blase to one room. 



Friday night 
and paced them at speeds no to 65 
mile, an hour. Ruavell said his 
highest speed was 46 miles -an hour. 

FOI’N'H GI'ILTY 
Robert M Dovey. who pleaded not 
guilty to a charge of reMsUng a 
police officer in the execution of 
his duty, aras found guUiy by Magi- 
strate Hall and fined tl5 or in de- 
fault three days. 



"Random'* 

■riar 1*0 ult 
Black call 
Iriih frean rail 



GROUP TO HEAR TALK ON BEEK 

C Baron will address the St. 
Mary'a Men's Guild at its regular 
meeting at 8 pm. Thursday in the 
Guild Hall. Yale Street. HU subject 



"/ fiUV 

Black ralt 
Blua calf 
Broad CAir 



• No, you'r* not likaly to tneounter eny 
signs offering gosdine ot fhot prk9 thwsw 
doys, but tHw not result is the some when you 
compare Austin's phenomenol mileage with 
thot of bulkier domestic cors. Because Austin 
gives you ONE Mill PREE IN EVERY THREE — up to 



lni£ledew s 

” 749 Vafff St, 



40 miles per goDoa 



less cheque, 11590 from Jameson’s 
Coffee Co., Ltd.. 754 Broughton 
Street, on February 34. He also was ' 
charged with obtaining 63360 from 
Albert B. Lea. of Hardwareterla. 
Ltd.. 639 Johnson Street, on Feb- 
ruary 28. in the same manner. 

*The accused waa remanded to 
*ruesday without plea at the request 
qf hU lawyer, Jamca J. Proudfooi. 

RENTALS CASE 

James and DnulUa Blncks. 1314 
Tataa Stmt, through-thelr lawter. 
Mr. Proudfoot. entered ptesu of 
guUty to three ebarga of charging 
rxeeaa rentals, and a not guilty 
plea to another slmUar charge. 
They also pleaded not fdlHy to a 
charge that they failed to make an 
application to the rentals apprataer 
for a rental variation when gas was 
discontinued or lessened In an ac- 
Boinmodatloo. 

Magistrate Rail remanded the 
case untD Friday so J. A. Byers. 



^ As good as, if not 
better, than any im- 
ported ale. Only ’2.47 
a case, including tax. 



# The big sovmg on gos, coupled with Austin s sensotionolly 
reduced prices and k)w, tew upkeep, moke* it the tegicol choice 
in this period of spiralling cost*. But there s much more to the 
story . • . took at Austin's superb performance ... its gleaming, 
eye-pleasing beauty . . . finger-tip monoewrobility under oil 
driving oondfttens . . . tpoctevs, ottroctive interior . Its thorough, 
rood-proven dependobHity. Yes. they oH odd up to one thing— 
Bound, honest, UNSURPASSED volue. You owe H to yourself to 
investigate. See your neorby Austin Dealer without deloyl 



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ffliay tsHar Undaralondlng 
Yoa 11 be ttinllrd by ihv wondcrfal 64cL 
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LAST 



MONDAY 

STARTS TUESDAY! 



By tiotrmrd 



VicIsrM. I.C., Smm., March S. ISSR 



flaitu (EolcmiflY 



lAit* aoundcdi &oou>i&in( happrciwl. Ill t«U you 
M tb» f»ra«« ' abiMH H Toaodar tf th» nibbar boot 

Urtek Wlfflly ^ *»* ** • •*** 

in tha anow ao WAai’t t*t bar 
mtk paws wet and eatch cold. 
raeleeiM k? The a*» avMP'et* Uw > 



tHd.t Wir.t.ill.Vli Miv AfT/) 
tmck Butter, the }oUr otd foat 
fcnOidna. Um in Woodland near 
Ar Oraoi# kP MiMWtaUia. rlo>« (o 
i?ui i? VVitaiijr s hoWu* ttomp bun- 
galow One day Wcle Butter »hoolc 



Who U U* i 

^da ti Pal BtiUer W.itfr, an- 
nrerfd the goal gmileman I hear 
you re matung a sky auto'** 

• Y««. I am ■ eiwwered Mr. Lung- 
««f» ea lie openad the door “CocDe 
in. Pat Barter and k.ok at H 1 
Ajn almoNt finished " 

Uncle Butter aaw what ccmed lo 
bg a Mdan automobile with wheels 
;>ut on top of H was a big balloon, 
shaped like a balogna eaUMge There 
»ae a propeller tn from and a steer- 
tag rodder in back 
••L»*ok* pretty good, Wiffy," aaid 
Uncle Butter. •Will your »ky *uto 
’ru^ iking the mad and. when you 
' wimr-ttgit-will H rVe up Co the sky 



To Versatile Judy Hblliday 



fORD-lUPWO 

LUST FOR eOLI^ 



WIKMtPEP KB -Winnipeg • 400 
tanraba and their drtrers hart 
Nomething of a record They oor- 
ered more than 1 1 Arm ooo miles in 
1»40. but despite, the cily’a raoAd 
of K traffic fatalltlea the cabs were 
not Infolred in any of the deaths. 



HEARD IN HOLLYWOOD 



any studio t »m tirst ofterec] 
jjorji Ycaierdaj" u f »t»uid man* 
Chree ptrtureii fhen if f «ould m»ke 
two. and finally pa compr<jwu«ed 
and I agreed to do ona.— 

"Wny acre you so aguiiui signing 
a term cohUatt’" I asked 
"1 had cxpenciue beiore. fc***d 
Jwl> You MT. I a«s signed by 
Mich aiiO. 1 aaited around a year, 
mid ilien I Imall) got just a bit m 
and Uaidt’». 1 



By tOI KU.A PAEbOKh 

' BKW YOfUC. March 4 - Judy 
Holiday, who adooU aha ievaa to 
eat, krraa to make faney aauee* and 
juai haiea tea hare to take off the 
tea pounds she put 'on after slie 
fLoUhed ’’Adam's Hib"* has a Prod 
sffd uncomplicated ouUuok on llle 
•Thmik hapfwn » uneypecriyllv 
■'} til' ::ai|. Judy who came to see 
me In New York and gave me a' 
chance to laugh when I needed it 
'You sea. I Iwd thtec days to get 
ready for ’■8<*rn Ymierday." Gar»on 
Kanin trained me and U aa.'vnt umd 
Haturday afternoon that he told me 
the play was to open with me as 
BUly Dawn that night. I suppose 
if he had told me. I would have 
been too {tightened lo say a word " 
eXC'ITIM* hi RPHlbk 
•My life with Billy Dawn has 
twice been filled with an exeittng 
sorpriae,'* said Judy, whoive Mg 
brown eyea glow alih excUemeut 



.4rnt4Pv'mpnfii 

oV Tfrf. HI itr.rs 

Atlas — "The Poimtamhead" 
plus -AW Hoaieaa.' Peature 
at 3 33. S41. » 33 

Whirlpool • Ktature 



ATILL RKRPINfi gHUP 
PORT PRANCBS On^ KB — 
Alfred Horace^-Waiaon B Pori 
Prancea' oldeet merchant Re sifU 
runs a store he* nperied In lt06, 
tboulh he now is in hB 90th year. 



- -.iIiS.3 13. S-.I7. 7»f 9 3S. 

•Domlinan— •Samson wnd Dr- 
Utah ■' Peature at rou. A 13, 
e 32. 9 M 

^'ax^ EUlward M> Bon 

Oak fisy— "Coloradn- Irtn- 
tory ' 

Odeao— The Hidden Room ” 
Feature at I 23 3 23 5 W. 
7 33. 9 33 LaVt complete 
Show. 9 00 

Plata — “Caaabianca plus 
•’C-Men 

Reyal— ’•PiratA of Penr^nuf. ’ 
by the Victoria Gtlberi and 
buUKan Bortetv 



"Winged Vutury 
have a huiAand I happen ttf love" 

Judy, who looked very clue «> » “ 
dreMiiutker Aul» oI a pmpMMt oolM 
wKh a garnet ueckltwe » marnra 
to Dufld Oppeuhelm. a cla#ineth« 

Ton see, David cmldn t come to* 
Hollywood, but 'Born YeKlerdaf •> 
Witt now be made as quickly at d«4i 
pcisHbie. ao 1 wont be away too eari 
kwu’ ' •• ^ 

“What makei you Hank •Born cup 
Yeaierday' ia going to be made ao "1 
guirKTv?" I asked . ladj 

T.iLM-B IJIItf n 

• 1 m aure of ll because Harr; 

{Mvi» lui»‘4 AaaL whereby he pa>* | ““ 
Oaraoo Ranm *109 000 a year lor 
ten years, three years have already 
, gone, to they want to swn making 
[ money as guickly as p<»tlblr •' * 

tn "Adam** Rib" InGdenialJy. ^ 
!judy scored, at everyone who saw P®* 
‘the pteture know*, f personal mo 
inumph. and that u something. , 
eofmderinw the bad Katliarinc i ««* 



A NOMIHK 



Ilka an airplane? 



fon TWO 

ACADIMY 

AWARDS 



•I think # will. Uncle Buttec.' An. 
swered the rabbit gentleman. '"Oat 
A and we ll try K •’ 

Uncle WHTglly and Uncle Butler 
UMk thidr jswts m the sedan Mr 
Longaars pwhed (he starter and the 
sky auto rolled out of (be tarage 
arid akmf the anow-eovered road. 

•^There’s Buster and Buirty tatng 
to whool." said UneV WIgglly 
-WeB five them a ride in my ilty 
auto" He «feered it on the ground 
.toward the two little rabbifa In the 
r'Ad. 



McMORRAN’S 



THE NEW 



CHERRY 
BANK HOTEL 



• DVViCING f«vn.lOK 



rmifmrt avT 



fGRAND 

OPENING DANCE 



TOTAL FOTO-NITt 
OFFERS MONDAY 

$l.43ltfS 9AIB OUT TO BATI^ 
IT MAT 1C YOUk TURN NIXT! 



MOBT MOPrga iNrrcL 
IN Towa 

gnirsnc* sns C»t e»rK 
B«rS«tt el aiancaart 

•Choice of the O^ntrmet' 



or om less sttaoN 
SATURDAY, MARCH 11 



NSW 

DINING-ROOM 



your levaon# to the lAdy Mouse 
teacher ' 

"te? Mother ‘ answered Buster 
nten to Uncle Butter he said "The 
sky Botn that daddy It makmg tn 
the garage ts part automelille and 
part airship. It can run along the 
fromd like an auto or tt can laU m 
the vky like an airplane " 

"Um! That aoundt wonder{BlJ“ 
MtAted Uncle Biitter ril prance 
out to the garage and see llow Wlggy 
It making out with his sky auto. " 

PlrklTut his war through the deep 
snow in the yard between the hoflow 
slump bungalow and the garage. 
Uncle Butte^ butted the door with 
hit horn*, which was hta way of 
, knocking 



aia« CrM«* OrdtMir* 
fi aa • reane 



— /(ilfcti flOlaJ/WC?— 
It 0 Y A L • TUESDAY • MARON 14 



COFFEE BAR 

Oera Daliv TUI It e W 
eVtSINK FRASCAIS 

•McUfaUt D»»a rrMt rairkra 



ROLLER SKATING 

Roller Bowl 
RE-OPENS 



>EEY LtCRT CIRI. 



"No indeed.'’ the tald. "On liw 
eemrwry, ha *ali t h ai he •*dU4 
to be U»e fu-tt to make a gwcceshlul 
picture with me. and alter ’Adam't 
Bib’ I thought •Burn.--Ye«terA*>'' 
WB» fuue and forgotten 
‘•I know.” aaid Judy. ‘Tni a very 
lucky girl, everything happen* to 
me uneapectedlj . When I gqi the 
Idea of making ‘Bom Yesterday' 
out of my aykiem. the agent called 
and aaid they wanted me and then 
«e started dickering all over tialn.** 



THE L&AOINQ ERGU&H PIANIST 



tatervaHoni 



t uisrr, MWU 1FMW7 * •• 

Tyrciusmiw TWt warn to tie rayaelf 



ISM Ga*rramMit Slreel 
WOHP4V. Tlf-DVr. TlltavPAT 
tV(MNq> 

XATI ai»*t 4fTt»N004* 

lEM Be(r*4Win*Ji(« 

a^vndUlanrt oO 



STARTS 



STARTS TOMORROW 



renaMiid th» kv^boaft t» ikt toe* 



THE 

RENOWNbD 

BARITONE 



IGOR GORIN 



ROYAL 

MARCH 

22 



Atiult 

Enftrtoinmant 



rOTO-NiTE MONDAY 



OV llt g *t 40 t 

MACDONALD'S 

HOMETOWNSRS 

Wa Have Paid Out $142 



S’J.ftO. 41.N7. Sl.lCB-^IncI 



Culbertson on Bridge 



MONDAY and TUESDAY 



Feature Timet. 
2:32.5:41.9:33 



ROYAL THEATRE — MARCH 20 AND 21 

THE HILARIOUS MUSICAL 
REVIEW 



In todH> ' deal it wa* snurely 
probable that Ei.^t-We.'•l could have 
reached their Uyduwii graiid-.ilaro 
eontract. conMrterlng H»e inierfer- 
ence bidding they ran into, but one 
thing la wire -they did not have lo 
be so shamefully homswoggled! 
East, dealer 
Easl-Wmt vulnerable 

north’ 

a K 10 5 3 
m. g 

• 10 7 6 33 
a 8 4 3 



GARY 

COOPER UIO 



t "AIR 
HOSTESS 



‘THERE GOES 
YESTERDAY" 



SOUTH 

a A q J 7 8 4 3 
V 10 e I 3 

♦ q 4 



Iran ta* 
OtOVVTK 

gear aai.ua 

• Mb 

gATWfivn 

••a itsAier 



The biddHuc: 

EiuC South 
IV 4 a 

Pa.s«, »'i Pa>a 
Weal opened (he heart king- and 
the defenders soon found that they 
were helple.v. South kwt marlly' 
one heart and two dianvmds. and 
thujs fulfilled hU doubled eontract, ' 
Some reader* may take eaeeption | 
to West'll double of four spades. i 
pointing out that he had nothing In I 
the spade unit and therefore larked 
the prime ingredient of a sound 
double This view, however, would 
be a eaae of shultlng one’s eyes to' 
prartical eonsideratlons We*t. an 
expert, wait well gware that he did 
not have a very good double of foot 
gpadH— trut wTiat were his al 'ama- 
tive*’ Mosi certainty, he could not 
afford TO bid ftre he a rts, merHv he- 
ratise hi* partner had opened the 
bidding in that suit; and If West 
simply po-'sed over four spades, how 
enuld Ea*t know that West had so 
many scattered honors? Thus, from 
West's point of view, the double 
teemed best, to advise partner that 
West was far from "broke." so that 
! East miiM take the action his hand 
called for. 

Whatever anyone may think of 
the double there surely ran be no 
disagreement that East should have 
shown the true nature of his hand 
, by bidding five club*. Actuslly. he 
' thould have started with one chib 
instead of tme Heart, and had he 
dune so. West undoubtedly would 
hare choavn lo bid five clubs in- 
stead of doubling four •pads* btd 
ihu would not have mattered If East 
had finally “on me to life** la^t 
alibied himself by saying tha< It had 
looked as though WeM wta "U<aded" 
In spadA. but this was a very tame 
alibi. Indeed! 

• K*lM *»4 bf TO* R»«>i*er ai.C TMbVM 
arfsiMsu IMS' 



Went Nfdth 
Double Pass 



STARRING 



MURRAY 

MATHESON 



JOHN 

PRATT 



JOEL MtCRIA - VIRGINIA MAYO 

"COLORADO TERRITORY” 

_ _ _ ^ A MM ->E>tra-> 



TAKE 

HOME J 

SOME Y"r 

DELICIOUS 

Fl$l AID IlJV ^ 
CHIPS 

TODAY 

BURNSIDE FISH 
AND CHIPS 



1 a ill 'fM '• "Ymi'll r.ei 
JietfoU Ixioliril Ihem lor 10 in»ifg 



heincMibrr ll>; N*v' * 

I'sctJ lo ll ai»h Juhn l*r*H 
d*« 4 

■OX OFFICE OPENS MONDAY 
in Fletcher's Music Store 
PRICES: »a.50. ■I.RT end •15*0 
SPONSORED BY THE LIONS CLUB 



Color Cartoon 



OPEN... 

= MONDAY NOON— 12' O’CLOCK 






Memo 
To All 
Hobbyleto 



EXHIBIT YOUR 
NOBBY AT THE 



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Feature at: 1:22. 3:22. S:22. 7:22. 9 22 



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THI VICTORIA OPTIMIST CLUB 

WHh AiiitFoncB ol fh# Viefori# Y.M.C.A 



SMASH 

HITS 

Exotement! 

sTERsme J 



CHEP R. LEBMINO IRVITEI YOU TO DINE 



Sydney ^ Pel#r 
GREENSTREET LORRE 
Paul ^ Clavd# i 
HENREID RAINS ^1 



• f ompleie InU»rin*l'f»" 

• fiffidtl Role* RegHlji*..fl« 

• U«t ol Fahh.iti 

9 ftiliriil Pntn Fr>ntia 



Starts Tomorrow 



GILBERT It SULLIVAN FAMOUS LIGHT OFIRA 



ft r. YOI TH HORRY «HoW 

rik Ian Ar»der*r>fl. Rnf»' Work :'r<fr«k 

Y M C VICTORIA, RC 

P1e**e mall m* e« *r»nn a« {-'• ''tde » 
sod other infnrmailofi. 



"PIRATES 

PENZANCE 



I Yoolh nr AduM 



TOMORROW 



< I'leave I'rinll 



IN CONJUNCTION 
A OKAND OPTIMIST SCIENCE QUIZ 



MONDAY, MARCH 13 — ROYAL THEATRE 

THt VICTORIA FYMPIIONV FOCIf TY 
rre*ent* llie Sixth and Final Coorerl M 1W49..4H Serre* 



Cooieflaiit* acrk.atr «u( Ike neireit apvr<-»<«»u eatimate 
wRi !►» awarded gnre* a* h-lh'e' 

1*1 Priea - I9J0 Dg I me Oevrolri Aedan 
i Prlrff Rarh of -* IpeMH) I>ormri<io at Carrada Rnoa*. 

7 Prlvn* F.arh of I500Q* Domlmod of ( anad* Rrmd* 

gURRtlONi "H" many mitc« wifi the ibnirtt ear uavfl H 
Ariveo for a per»>d of nni ler* than JS knd ao4 mare 
than .17 h«ar« * “** 

The eontevt wii he andcr the aa*T'rcg« thf Oaifrnlvt Clah 
tn eonfaaetlMt wrth the Uplimtet Carnival and Ifubky Show 
to be held at the Bay Street Armmift, April II. 1949 
Knuy fve 1.00 - Fail de|atle and eolrv blank* avtRabW fro& 
any Opitm'H Clab member 



rre*ent* t 



VICTORIA 

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 



The man 
who loved 
loo mocht 



mommy, MAKft « . 

Cea««n la:MH:He.ni. 

Fite FlfMor* TttM-liftg.dk. 
■ag m ndee* O aaae e 
p«Mle s u eiaa i^t-liSOg.m. 
MMev Haetty l:M-4:Mg.m. 

v.p.lc. I.SaioiMg.iik. 

He#N«t Inece. 9.«. 



MAXS CRl’RER. CmWItining 

it proorau a 

t. ovaavt-aa to wmxiaM tkiX. *y tewmi 
• evwTwoKT IW. ea tn o mUM. k« »*>#• 

Drmu<laBlo^ 

1^ nm gow aTUtpoc WMe«i*e a*e a«rM m ee»**t> 
c giGWT aoMkOve* A* n*4« aek aai aen—e. m *•■••• 
a rarawtroe rTAU**i. m v i atia>»*a i 

ftOX' OFFICE OPENS MONDAY, MARCH 4 

FLETCHER'S. 1130 DOUGLAS ST. 

TKkata > B.96 S.DO - 1.T5 1.40 



FOR the advancement OF BOYS' WORK IN 
greater VICTORIA 

CHANCI TO HELP A BOY'* 



ta« i»«*tr*« 

rox wovit 4if* 
TrgaaaT wlowt. eai 



TUtSOAT, MAR^H i 
ieeiev Markgf 4t4#-B?N 

PaMie SfceHiia ):fO-S:M 



Preaenthd Wt the % Ktoha GiHberi aad Salhvan For-irtf 
rnder the Spoo*or*hla of Ih# Gvfd Obb 

Froeeedb for Cbanlv 






rom Across 



Mirks Third Anniversiry 



Hardy Variety of Wheat Receives Praise 



Palamino Stallion Winner for Retired Bracken 



■uch M Red BoU ftod mmny 

ttccUrt th*f BT* «oU z:\h , 

ffrrnicr?' "e^rtinw.'* tetur ootor , 
aod |r*d«. MM ot IhrMhlni uid | 
TJitatUity M ft combine wbMt. ' 
Sftundm vhMt. in cftkbrftUn# iU 
third blrttMlfty thlft monUi. 4i 
inc "roooursftnf frovlta ftUd UM- • 
fulncs‘^“ the dfijartiiwRt said. ^ 
"Fftfmftn ftnd M*d *ro*m to ' 
(host fMrthftrn sMiloni .ef th* 
PrftlrlM whert Sftundert It rteom- 
mendMl by their m« 1 boftrtU. thould 
bftTt ito dKfkutty to ebuininf eted 
lUppUet this teftton.” 



OTTAWA. Idftrch 4 — U whMl 

could MuthT tHen Bauadert ttoekt 
ftottld be ft roey hue. 

fer thftt hardy eftriety of «heat 
today reoetred tome of the 
tet prdlee haoddd out by the Afri^ 
ctoturt Departsient. ourXffit the 
third birthday of Saunders' sn:iMr‘ 
anoe on Otnadlaa fMdt. • 
rAmbt'.ir.ft cany mstunr-a wRh 
tr’yi baUni btiallUet, S. 
fraduftlly 



On* of the newest eartetlet of Marqult wheat and It turn rutt- 
wheat on the CanadMii tceoe. | rfttitiaot. 

SA^ndfrs erifttoatad to thft Iftbors- j Widley dUtrtbuted to IH* Ssufr- 
tofiM and fiel^ of the Ooftrn- . tfert wat reported to be yteldtot at 
meiifi siiileHmenUl larmt to UUt many at #4 toiehelt to the acre, 
the capital. ' MrWAUT 4<t and Id tautbeU 

re- 1 It wat named after Dr. William are aterade. 
ialtt- Saundert. Canada’s first dtreeVir Whllt tomt arowert tUU show 
ant tn hail, droufhl. and | od the eapertoiental farms tyttem. preference for the older faritiet. 



Safety Lane Opens at Wilson Motors 



-re pboM. 

Bourbon Pot Of Odd John Bracken i favorite Palamino tlaiiion, won Canadian championship 
for three years In fcrw at Tortmto's Royal Winter Pair. AlUr nearly tf years in poIlUes, Mr. 
Bracken U enjoying the quiet of farm life at ManoUck. Ont. on Rldeau River, 11 mllsa aoutb 

of Ottawa. 



Ketireil liCader in**BeUfr liriith 



Former P,C, Chieftain John Bracken 
Kept Busy €>n Farm in Ottawa Valley 



Urio't Leeds County and hat always 
had a keen Interast In c^i^uUurt. 
He hat won tntemailonal reeognl* 
tfon -at -an author of 
teitbookt and at a profettor of fltld 
hutbandrv 

NP.VF.R DkPRATgn 

He was prteident of the Manitoba 
Airiculture Coilefe in 1911 whan the 
Parmen’ party of Manitoba, after 
two untxicceMfu] attempts. Anally 
talked him Into accepting U-^^irr. 
•hip of the party and the premier* 
•hip of the province. He wat nerer 
defeated In the provincial Atid. 

In the comfuriable farm home are 
picturea of him during the days 
a'hen he wm premier flld tater rui- 
uonal leader. Tht lSfr>year-old home 
~lt looked more like a nunthackle 
b am -when he purchased the farm in 
1944-Hat been completely renovated 
«nd furnlahed with all modem con* 
vehirnret. Mr. Brarkeft left un* 
touched the white pine and i-r.-' 
that formed part of the walla and 
coiling Aupports of the ortgtoal 
tiomr. 

Aa« producer, he waa an Intereal 
in the prnbtnna facing agricdlture 
I today. 

"Many people have a>ked me to 
aay what I think about the present 
ailuation.'* he aald. "but eo far I 
have not expreeaed my views 

“I don't want to aay anything 
partiaan" 



"He hat won the Canadian chant* 
pionthip three Urott. but he la prob* [ 
Mbly champion M the whole ' 
Unent,'* said Mr Bracken proudly. 

He alto hat a 40 ft spot to hia heart 
for Copper Prince of Rldeai bend 
Farm, • rcddtah*coinred twn*year> 
^nld r‘?:nton Which ha eon eM er t of 
ehamplonthlp callbrl | 

TRHRT Rl'At.«(RHN 
Mr. Bracken kwkt on hit horeea 1 
at g "luxury.** He aald he it trying 
to develop the Golden Paicnnlno 
j atrain In saddle horaea, but it li 
j tricky butlneaa. Some of the bMt 
’ reaulU have been obtained by crena* 

' breeding Bourbon Pol of Gold wlih 
cheatnut-colored mam. But this 
•ytteni It not foolproor. Hb fnalt 
include an albino and a M^black 
I Ally. 

I He haa no »pcclal market for hto 
hursea. but «ome are purchated by 
, borve loven to the United Btatet. 

B«'cauM he hat Clark Man.%Aeld 
. aerrins at hit farm manager. Mr. 

' Bracken It aUo able to take an 
inlerett in the neighboring farm of 
' hit ton. George Bracken. 

The dairy alock oh the two famu> 
Louie ISO head 40 Jerawy^ 40 HM- 
•tein*. 40 AynihirM and 40 calvea. 

I rnot 1) GRAMIKATIIICK 
George Bracken hat nine cliUdren 
and Orandfilher Bracken it proud 
of (ht help Uiry provide on the 
farm. Young. toualed*headed John 
Bracken III hat been aliigned the 
laak of feeding the spIVra and hU 
nvf*year*old brother. Gordie, deftly 
relays cans from Ute mllkhouae (•> 

, the barn on a two-wbert rig -that 
, works like a toy. 

It teemed only ntfiural that Johr- 
Bracken would return to the farm 
' wittaJie.j|gcia9(i to.giv t m. Pftit W 
He wan bom 00 a farm to On- 



Tha new "fiafetv Lane.’' opened Friday at Wilson Motors Ud.. leaked Maynr.Percv George* car a* the lir*l to through the ■oenliRc 
InsoecUon Wllh^ George Thackrar. Wllaon Motor* Service Manager, on A right, the Mayor •lands beeide the brake-tMti^ aq uipreen t. wheie 
tiidllldual' dials regtltoV the effectlvenaas of ail four brakes of the ear Provincial. City, ^k 
watched with keen Intomt as tha "Bafeiy Lame" was demonstrated and later each submitted their care J®*’ 

now open to the publle. enables tht car owner to know the exact condition of hli brakes, wheel alignment. atee*tog and ll^ta. aQ vital poinu 
m M?e^rl«nritoi Vn«nln.l fM the car la driven Into Ih. "Safety Lane" and run thr^h^ teaU in an eto^ 

With mathemallral precision, the tnstrumenia mwd the exact condliton of the ears safety p^to 

adlu.*tmenu needed or that the condition la »atUfactory A car that paaaw the teat la Usued with a Safety lane sticker. aUfnped with the 



IT’S HERE 



AUTOMAGIC I I 
SINK ■ — *4 

ir ONLY THE THOR SINK CONTAINS 
CLOTHES WASHER AND DISH WASHER 



1 / U<lT. dUlUurU.C blcmuhri. P.r^iir'. 
fcKma, Itpamf.aealT 8km. C»orii*u. Acn«. 
BI*rkM*a«. «f tod MlvleVi rmbarrau yo«. 
try Hb lad lM a tMlSM Thm *ty action 
weVtcf^M bruMtiigyeo ■ rtearrr. MfUr. 
waaeiher 1 toMhe* nebint, Vurnme. 
— a niaa tt 1 oitBale*. I ftip* mSst yvrmt 



Yes, in any kitchen . . . liny or wonderfully large and roomy.-4H a new home or a remodeled 
homestead the THOR AUTOMAGIC SINK "fits in" beautifully. It require* no more space than 
an ordinary sink and only a -few standard connections . . . yet it offers the somemaker complete 
laundry facilitiea in the pleasant surroundings of her kitchen, and i simple flick of the twitch re- 
moves the "blight of the kitchen forever . , . DISHWASHING. 






Offer Students 
Barley Prizes 
Worth $20,000 



THE B.C. HARWAliK LTD 
724 FORT 8T. 

Wixhe* to Annoiincf Thai 



THE MINIMIZING OP CON- 
STRUCTION PROBLEMS . . . 

Ym. tht Thor Sink antiquatta bga«- 
mtntf and dtcrtgiti tht amount of 
footing rtquirtd in homt conitruc- 
tiont. It ttrtamlinti tht probltm of 
connteting ttwtr, water and tltctri* 
city for tht Thor link it a rttdy*to- 
inatall unit containing the spplienoc 
needs of both kitchtn and laundry. 
Thtrt’t iutt a ftw etandard xonnac* 
tiona. Ha'll realtrt grtattr -^trofiu 
from thttt timt, labor and mattrial 
tawingt, and htTI build In lasting homt 
tatitfaction wfth the tffieitney of the 
THOR AUTOMA'GfC SINK 



MORE FOR HIS CONSTRUC- 
TION DOLLAR . . . btcauH 
tht gtvinRt rtalietd by architact 
and bulldtr will tnabW him to 
include more of those costly llttlt 
'‘eRtrai" In hit homt. Ht'U havt 
a mors compact, better-built 
homt. and hit home will have 
a finer, more livable room ar- 
rangement btcautt of tht tpact 
saved with a Thor Sink. Yet. 
tha Thor link will give him tht 
{•rtattr homt tatitfaction he 
wants for ytart to come. 



DOING MORE IN LESS 
TIME AND FEWER STEPS 
. . . Why . . . with a Thor Au- 
tomagic Sink in the kitchtrt . . . 
doing the weekly laundry ta 
metciv a "tttp'n a flick-of-tht- 
away" while making a 
meal. ArvT tht daily diihwtib- 
int it a timpit 1-2-3 proposition 
at the THOR SINK. Thtrt't 
definitely MORE LEISURE and 
freedom from houttkteping 
dmdgeritt with a THOR AU- 
TOMAGIC SlNO^Tht kitchtn 
htSomea the veritable hub of 
houtehold activity and tffieitney. 



I las^.XfLfiiired Tliix tlld K«ta1»lixlied fUMine«4 
from lt» former Owner* 

\\> Intilr Vr*u lo Vixlt the Store ami Inspect the 
(Jiialtiv Mer» haiidiM al^l’ricex Stand 

* r.miparl*f>n 



. . , No diMf fii«Hprintf 
rm your floor* when 
lleanry’* do your mov- 
ing: job, You Me. eirry 
Heaney moving van ia 
equip|ied aiith txill-out 
fl<y>r covering which 
protect* your fIcMjra 
while the movert arc 
on the job. > Another 
Heaney feature to 
make hou«ehotd moy- 
isf smoother, quicker 
and belter in every 



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- iMf CHkYlLliR "NEW TORKBR" TOWN 
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(■1 car that will give pre«iigr tn ih* mnfl dla- 
wlmraailwg barer. Caetotn radio and heater end 
fOhvr aefe > »nei»*. 



VICTORIA’S LARGEST ELECTRICAL DEALERS 



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U'tll hp prr/ofrtt 

amp m/ i/)P 



Doris Mcggic. soprano, has a minor 
part of Edith. 



Alan While, veteran Vittoria Gilbert 
and Sullivan actor, will take the part 
of the lead. Frederic. 



4 vrlvn McGonigle. mrm> soptano 
|xirtray Kate. 



I hr pFf/orTTxmr^ r’e* 

I Rpiimiired />W Gufo 
lib ()M(/ Ihf pMKrrd.^ u'l// 

iiW for ihiintithh u‘or A. 



f Penzdnee will be Presented dt 
//lonc/dy, Tuesday and Wednesday 



litn fbiMor lf>P f iputrn- 
rtod Mm 



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\V,wsbip .\ftu/'>r iioif 
Afru rpr»u / (toxtfp. hme 

/iHitW tfwu r<itr omn?p /or 
tbe eivof. 



rattHwe fUriK^n a hew member e<f rhe «««». *» 
MirajKi vo»a u»d wilt huid m f m a miT te*d ol 



l^arbara eontratWv. hw itw 

tn the rSrawi ' prodwetro#. 



































m Hiffimsi 



miffCT DltMDNDS 



ciiiiNiM* rmfci 

^ ml iisttiii mi 
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Choose Delegates 
To Legion Mctiing 

rARKSVlLLC. MwTh «-B#trT. 
C. Tttoh and Un- -C. Uffkr «tU 
b* delate* to Om Ufioo W A. 
aon« Bt*«Un# ot Quolicuni on Mon'h 
10. This am»ounc«<t ot 4 rwtnt 
norung ol Mt. Arre«unlU) Bnut< h 
Lefton WA.. which wm hrM it Ute 
boiae of Mn. P. 8h«ldr4k«. Thi 
ttth innlmtiry portjr (or tb* ftotip 
lehrdulMl for in mrUn diU will 
*• u.f Ucnion^ 

Hill on AprU U. ind an cmrrtatif 
^ in# ^TOfTnin to bririg planned und<*r 
’ the teidnvhip ol «h« pmldcni. Mr«. 
, C. LafSer. Preltmlnary plam were 
iitoo diaciitofftl to «pon*or a talaul 
I drtre. and (urthtr nnangrjpenis 
wUl b* mad* at tha n«at mcoUn# on 



March 11. 



CHILDREN'S COl BT 
Juvenlia eouna for children who 
haTOOBimiURl of^enem or who ar« 
In nead of cart or prorecUon wero 
•atabltohod by law In Britain Ih IVU. 



Mf. and Mrs. Harry Olada-en Oefti and Mr. and Mra. P. B. Scurrah iright*. who have be 
holiday* In Honolulu, returned by plane to the city yesterday mornlnf. Mr. and Mrs. ( 

while the Bcurrahi left the latter part of January. 



To Speak on Trip ^.New Fashion Tricks Easy to Copy 



LADYSMITR. March 4— Dr. Law- 
renoa Otovando. will speak ol hla 
experteoces during * recent trip to 
Europe, when he addreaaes a meet* 
Imr of the Cowichan-NewevUf 
Rf^latered Nursee' ^woclation of 
Brtltoh Ccdumbla. at the nuraea' 
homa, Ladysmith, Monday evening 



(aahion after a 3&-y«ar hiberitatlon 
in mothballa. 

Tdgtnga of Sint fringe stitched 
rbui»J‘hi|iiloT>, i • ' ; . or «-•. < 

krievllnes will add n-min: - • 
glatnopr to new dirv^ca Oetrtch 
feathera. in boa ahaiie. wUi put a 
shon fuitnal in the i#>rrtai-ular eate* 
gor>. n you tike wiei uicle. 

And about thme ahoea 



into aleevrlfB,- straight coats to be 
worn daytime or evening, a la 
Chrl>tlan Dior. 

'TfTvw J tn** T=^>T TbOfic fad 

arre'Kwmea and trimmings. Like 
Marched white. It a In ctyto u collar 
■end ruff material, a* a belt, or as 
the edginff on a Ught-eolorrd hat 



By PHYLLIS BATTELLK 

NEW YORIC, March 4 iINS).— 
Tha Acitriiun an h'if 

herself a chic. Paris-paced ward' 
robe this 8pnng'-lf ahe uaea her 
needle ai^d her noodle! 

A practical liuusewUe ran copy 
mAet any' ol the new fualiton gim- 
mteka, abort of whipping up her own 
opera pumpa or weaving her own 



Mr. and Mrs. Barney Olson of Victoria, who left New York on January 30 aboard the Ss. 
Britannic bound for a Mediterranean cruise, a cw pictured^ ALdasmlt coffee house, acroaa from 
the Hotel Orande Bretacnaet Athens, where they stopped laU in Pebruary. Mr. Paul Hurmuses. 
formerly of Victoria and now with The Associated Press in Athens, spotted the Olsons and 

snapped the informal picture. 



IParties for Judy Wilks 



Bluer fsbrUa are aU-imponant in 



Christening^ Service 
At St. Barnabas 



iht atyle picrur* this 



spsngle-dripplnc nyfnnr. 



can be dyed to match a drraxy \ 
frock, or rlii>petUaim fewelrd clamps 
lor eatrs elegance. II clipa are < 
too precioua. 41.M chp-bark car- 
rlnia can be equally cllcctive. 



some women don't Ilka tha trail*- 
parent dresa for a monbex of under- 
cover rriaona. 

Tlicre are aheer tmolHieh. how- 
eVar. wlilcJi can be siUched U'gaUicr 
ui a Jtlly aax\e a number ol 
|.iirpn^ fc ISitnl) a* tii-cornercd 
>iliawla U) oigundir, voik or dotted 
tiwitis wlUcU I'lva be lied abound tlir 
alumlfi«:xs of sunbaiktd frocks. 
Usually, thiae are banded with 
pleated or ruffled edgings or aeU- 
fabrlc. 

Sheer Avots luck in the neck of 
any suit or dress, and pleated shirred 
fabric cnii be inset in godeis Into 
crepe or nylon slips so that they 
peek nirtaiioufcly through the sHu 
in the new sheath skirts. 

I Pringe and feather* are back In 



tarn to her honor at a mlsccUai>euu.i 
>bower at her home on VIctorta 
A\rtiue. 

Next Saturday afternoon. .Mi>s 
Wdka will be honored at a tea to be 
guin by Wives of officers of the 
Fifth iBC.i Coast R<^iment £i!^ 
7Sih ‘B.C.l Heavy Anti-Aircraft 
R< ilmenL Mr*. Cieorge Paulin .wife 
of the colonel of the Fifth Regiment 
and Mr*. W. J. Pamiworlh, wife 
of the colonel of the TSth Regiment 
will welcome the guesis, while Mrs 
I. Puller and Mrs. M. HutieU have 
been Invited to preside at the uma. 



Mi— Judy Wilka. who to to be 
mariied on March* 1&. was gue»i of 
honor at a no-hoatesh luncheon and 
kltchsi shower held In Ealon't din- 
UtH-rDom yat* rday. The honor 
guest was pre*eniad with a cor- 
sage of white carnalions centred 
with a deep red rose, and many 
useful glfW. Those present were Mr.'< 
Lawrie MItcheil. Mlaaea EiK>cn 
Jama. Irene BSSKboOra. Mlclcle 
Mickkburgh. and Lola Uoir. 

On Wednesday. Miss Patricia 
OreenhUI. who will atleod Miss 
WlUw at her wedding, will enter- 



I Social and Personal 1 

John Orenfell will be the names given to the 412 ‘ihonth-old 
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. J. Featherstone, Woodlawn Crescent, at 
a chrlsteniiig service today at 6t. Barnabas' Church. Rev. Father 
Erie Munn will officiate at the service and godparents will be Mr. 
and Mrs. Donald King ol Vancouver. Dr. Gordon Grant of Victoria 
and Mrs. T. M. Llchtgarm of Palo Alto. California. Later In the 
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Featherstone will entertain at a small 
reception. 



Fij/ure fisllery for wou.m who 
wear lari/er sire*. CrepM and 
prmia in one and iirn-|>iere 
styles. Ssc* lay* to 2JSi. 



Diocesan Board Annual 
Meetins Starts Monday 



Late Afternoon Party 

CapUln John H. Cates, Minister of Labor, and Mrs. Cates will 
enteruin at a late afternoon party on Friday. March 17. in the 
tower lounge of the Empress Hdtel. 



7M PORT 



Raise $51.40 



Tha 46th annual meeting of the . In Christ Church Cathedral on Moo- | 
British Columbia Diocesan Board day at 7'30 pjn., with Rev. Canon; 
of the Women's Auxiliary of the | N. 8. Noe) offlciaUnf . i 

Church of Ibigland In Canada will | 7 i)« Rt Rev. the Lord Bishop 

open with a aervlca of prepuraUuiPj vnn celebrate Holy 0>mmunloB In 

the cathedral on Tuesday at •;S0 

T^l r-pi am.. faUawIng- which regtotration 

n I G3 

a I Ml I a Memorial Hall. Dean O K. Calvert 

CAMPBELL RIVER, March 4 - wlU give an address of welcome. 
Arrangements were completed for a after which reports of offlcars will 
8t Patrick's tea by Ihe Campbell | be presented 

River Roury Anns at the regular i Re*uita of the election will be pra- 
meeting held Wednesday at the ^ lented on Wednesday morning, and 
home of Mrs. A. Brown. The tea chrlatloa N. C. Gardiner, ex- 

wUI be held March 17 and wUl also ' ccuUve director of the Y W CA . wtU 
feature a sale of home oooUng | gtve an address. In the aftarrMion. 

President Mrs E McLean dls- ^ r wjD |jv« ^ ad- 

played a baautilul rug which ahe ' (jreaa. Later that afternoon a rerep- 
made and ^whlch she is donating | at tha Btotiop's 

to be raffled proceeds to be given (or out-of-town dtlcgatea. Xa 

to the Girl Ouidet which t^ Rotary evening the bishop will ukt 
Amu sponsor for their work. member* on a tour of the cethedraL 

Quest speaker at the meeiing was ^ Thur»dar morning, unflnlshad 
Mr*. Ir*na Muir who gava an l^ will be dealt with, and 

taresting talk on Uboral^ work .^rvlce wUl be coo- 

and^e funcumu Of the c^on; ^^^ed by Rev. P. Ptke. 



JUST CALL 



- Leaving for Old Country 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miehelln of Vancouver, formerly of Vic- 
toria, will leave on March 14 en route to Scotland on a trip organ- 
ised by the Austin Motor Car Company. There will be 46 In the 
party who will go by speeial plane to Scotland, where each couple j 
win be given a car for their private use A four-day slay in Pirlsj 
will be pari of the month-long lour. 

w * * 

Mr. and Mrs. E B Dupree and Miss Bessie Urquharl of Victoria 
spent a few days al Sooke Harbour Hou.<te. Other guesU Include M. 
and Mme. Louis BoUeau of Prince Albert. Sask , and Mrs. E. Eddy 
of Crookston, Minn. j 

w * a I 

Capt. J. B. Malenson of French Creek. Parksville. Is a patient | 

In Nanaimo General Hospital. 

w a * 

Alderman Charles E. Graham and Mrs Graham of Winnipeg 
are spending their annual holiday In Victoria at the Empress Hotel. 
They will go to Vancouver on Monday to attend the christening 
of the New French Une Mv. Winnipeg, which will take place on 
Tuesday. Mayor Garnet CouUkr of Winnipeg will break the tra- 
dtttonal bottle of champagne over the bow of the ship. He will be 
accompanied to the Coast by Mrs, Coulter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
Ferg Aon and after ihe'chrUUning the paxly wiU come to Victoria 
for a few days. 

* * * 

Mr*. J. E. McRae, Oak Bay Avenue, ha* returned to her home 
after spending the past two weeks in Vancouver with her •on-in- 
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. B Alexander and their Infant 
aoB, lais DavUL 

* * * 

Flying Officer Robert Love, R.CAJ*., who is eUUoned At Bum- 
merslde. P Ji., will arrive by plan# on Tuesday to spend two waaka' 
leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Love, 17M Lull# Btxeet, 
Oak Bay. 

ewe 

Mrs. Iilay Mutter entertained at a bridge parly on Friday 
evening at her home on Peatt Road. Langford. Prise winners were 
Mrs. J. B. Hicks and Mrs. C. J. Bannerman. Other guests included 
Mrs. J. Braithwalte. Mm. L. Smith, Mrs, H. P. Goodman son, Mrs. 



CANOES, Xlarch 4.-MecUngs of 
the P.-TA. were re/umed recently 
in the home economic* room of the 
Oenges School, with the pre*ldenV 
Mr*. Donald Goodman, in the rlUlr 
Tbe financial *talement *howed a 
balance of 1724. and 11 wa* an- 
nounced the membership of tfi^ 
organieanon W MW ' tH . ' Me* A Young 
gave a report on the recen' candy , 
stall by which ahe and Mr*. Mervyn! 
Oni.tncr, as Joint conveners, realised 
S3140. 

The revignation of the hotpUality i 
convener, Mr*. L. R. Snow, wm 
regretfully accepted, and aU6 that 
x*I Mr*. W A. Thellord. health con- 
vener, whoae po*lUnn will be taken 
.over by Mra. Ted Gear. | 

The sum of 433 was donated to- 
■wards mcpsTl-e aubiwriptlona for 
the Ganges School and $3 towards | 
the -fund for Fouader'a Day, Uic ! 
laiier, eomroemorated In February, 
being the subject of an inurcallng 
talk given by Mra. A. M Brown It 
was arranged to hold a picture show 
In the Mahon Rail during Ihir 
month, and aho that Mr*. T*d Gear 
•hould undertake tha eonrapvship 
, of tha Ba^ter Monday danewlB the 
Mahon Hall. Supper was Served by 
Mr* J. B. Fbublster and Mr*. Mer- 
vyn Gardner. 



TikMS TO SUIT YOU 
AT NO IXTKA COSTl 



COATS 

EXPERTLY REMODELED 
AND REPAIRED 

VICTORIA FURS 

831 FORT 8T. 



IJI7 D0U6LAS 



"musi " for late 'Spring, blouse or 
dress-making labor has become pea- 
nuts. 

Last year’s inodela can be cut 
down. tuo. to make way for 'Filly 
style. Bhaar the sleeves off any 
simple drtM or shirt. gu*tng the 
amputauoa edge e hand-rolled ham 
or a braid, bandad or cuffed finish. 

Even swMter sleeves can be 
unraveled to ihe shoulder And 
remnants of silk or sheet wool will 
be high-style if Ibey’re whipped up 



THE CAMEL HAIR 



Name New 
jConveners 



COAT 



Legion Auxiliary 
Plans Easter Tea 

CAMPBELL RnnR. March 4. * 
Arrantements were made to bold an 
Eastar taa on AprU g, at tha regular 
maatlng of ihe Lagtoo Ladles' Aux- 
iliary held Friday with Mr*. B. Uw- 
son prealdlng. 

Plans were alee made to hold a 
gsmas night on March 16 In tha 
Legion Halt Several auxUlsry mem- 
ber* wlU help with tha Red Cma* 
drive next weak. Three new mem- 
bers war* welcomed. 

Several member* plan to attend 
a Beating of iha Upper leland dla- 
triet eot^ll to be held at Qaultciim 
on March lA. 



At a meeting of Camosun Chap- 
ter. 1.0DX., held at headquarter*, 
the following eoneaner* ware elected: 
Mr*. B. Edwards, poetwar; Mrs. H. 
W. Idwardaoa child and family 
waUare; Mrs. George Mile*, ex- 
eervlcq personnel: Mew-C. E. Dick- 
son. work In India: Mr* J. W Van- 
Ronnan, films: Mrs J. KIppen. im- 
migration and Canadlanlxatioa; 
Mr*. J. R. CampbeU. Empire study; 
Mra^WUUadl Milne. 

Conveners who war* appointed 
were Mr*. A. M. Ftorenca. Victoria 
Nursing Home; Mgy. F. D. MrKech- 
nle, flower* and gifts; Mrs. R. J. 
Muir. canc«B campaign: Mr*. O. W. 
C MacNetll, food parcels, and Mrs. 
E Edwards, let. 

Mrs A. Malnprlic pres ided at Um 
meeting, and Mr*. J. CampbtU con- 
ducted an ICDE qulx. Oonetinns 
were made to the National Film 
Board and the ProvliKlal Education 



RODEX" COATS 



m piaf CT ToerosT 

row woMxw 

IMFORTip H^RIS TWIIOS— A4v#wc# SfyWe Alwvr* 

- GORDON ell is Ltd 



CromMc of Ahee- 
de«n brtnii* u* tha 
cloth for this prsc- 
ticel hixiiry coat, 
tttxy.. beown and 
hisek. Ukl%- ramel 
hak The tailoring 
end atyling by a 
legdinv raoadiaii 
latl«»r leave* nutklng 
In be '*etlreH (‘hona* 
revere or bslntar.iaa 
•tyle wtih hand- 
alilrt^vd U|>«) edge* 
and pockeM Fully 
Hned wtth qaality 
aatin. There Is no 
finer rnatl 



Little Lulu 



Honor Brownie Tawny Owl j 



OANOIS. B.O., March 4.-A fare- 
wMl party was given recently by 
Brown Owl. Mrs. A. M. Brown> in 
honor of Mr*. W A. Trelford at ti>e 
inttar's home, Rainbow Road, 
t>an#ea. Mr*. Trelford. who for a 
coDsidarahle m«e has been ably 
niUag the ponlUon of Tawny Owl 
to tha Balt Nprtng Uland Brownie 



Mark Anniversary 

SALTAIR. BC . March 4 WBallalr 
Woman's fnMUute eelebratnd the 
yoih miliwton* of (heir ertMtlae by 
holding a banquet In Swnpy Servlet 
Hall for members and frlendB TTie 
table* were attr aeU ealv decanted 
with Spring blomoms and club 
7n!op«“lD* P. J RumHe.'tJ--a Cr«t 
pmideni, ai>d Mr' D J. Williams, 
this yearly president, acted an hort- 
eaiH* Card* followed 



Fund. 



A ikewing meetins will be held on 
M'-srrh J4-|1 TT; T(-Tr.f of Mr*. Wll- 
lUm Milnt. 150 Cook Street. The 
next meeting will be beW on April 
S Instead of the 7th. 



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rtMea. **s centred with * WrUiday 
cake dreoratad in ptnk an d eur- 
nir.;,r‘-.i by candle*. Among those 
preednt ««r« Blliabeth Beach. John 
Carslake. Florviio* Fowlv. Kant 
l^Fleiir. Phllhp Meyer. John and 
Peter Turner and BlixabaUi WelU. 



tha bdand. 

dar>t Carlin, on bclialf of tha 
pack, pi a e on t e d the gweet of honor 
with an attreoUve eup and saucer. 
Tea was afterward* served by the 
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Corsica Rich in Natural Foods; 
Each Section Has Its Own Wines 



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tolt Vicurto iMt awtuu tar th« Cm* 
Uarai aaa b«*« racaaUy kMn tMUloa 
IS CaratM. 

Conlcan food. In teoeral. la 
atmllar to that of aouthrm France 
and Italy. OUre oil, tar Ur and 
Bpicea play Important role*. Mara- 
rool, ravoU, p^enta. paxilzte. ard 
other paatea, aome of them made 
with chestnut flour^. are lerred 
either vlth checae, chopped roeata 
and herbs, and sranetlmes with rich 
tomato paste saures. 

-Polenta, for example. U made of 
cheaUtuc Hour. It U a heavy calte. 
with a dim chocolate color, eaten 
%:ili a<rft. while goat'a cheese. caUed 
brocclu.. Thu Is the main food of 
the poorer' ^aaanu. and I find 
that one needs a Corsican taste to 
enjoy IL The chee»e alone, aerred 
with rum or brandy mixed in it 
atid spnuUed' wllh sugaa; tx tka 
too bad. provided ona uses sufflclcot 
quantity of Uie llquer. 

t'HKl) LN MANY IlINHES 
Chestnut flour la also used for 
many other dishes. The foresU 
of yrrat chestnut trees, which art 
so abundant here, provide large 
nuts which are either -roaMed and 
it.%ed as a vegriable or milled Into 
fiutir for hunuiu ronsuinpltun Tlie 
chestnuts fe>-d piga ..as wall aa 
and- used aa a stuffing for 
roast pork enhance the nutty flavor 
uf Uie mOMl. 

When Corsica «.'a« known as the 
Granary of Rome, and Uter dunng 
the orcupatfon by tlie* PLsans ^nd 
Genoeae In the I3th and then the 
IMh eenturiM. the natives liad to 
find a subslltuie fur wheat fur Uieir 
own bread, and used Ihe abundant 
cheatnuu» ■U u ie wheat now 
frowrw-I'm told one can buy it 
more cheaply from Ihe cununent— 
and. therefore, the peasants stlU 
continue to use 1C 

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If also tf^uUad to make a native clu cheese or wnh amaU pees. 
' brandy. The arboualer grows wild Chopped hearty of artlchokat are 
in most parts of Corsica, and I do also used in omeleUea. 
piece de reslsunce was wild Each region haa i|a qWn. manner 

boar, tlcst-ahuwn to ui wh^, and of preparing and working cheese 
then served with a red wine aatice. from goats’ or ewes’ milk, and eacl^ 
riBH FL^TIPIX proud of its own produev 

The sea and mounuin ^ 

and lobsters caught off the coast 
at Bonifacio are said to be the beat of P»* hg- 
In the world, and many of them DEHUERTR 

are shipped to the Rlvlerw. We. Dessert le generaily fruit, since 
alas I have not tasted them aa the . the hotel has lu own garden with 
season la from April tih October, npe Ungerlnee. oranges, grapefruits, 
Zimlnu. a highly seasoned fish aoup and lemons now ripe in tha Winter; 
made from sereral different kinds and Itn told there wlU be another 
of fish; is served with sileea of - crop tn Joty. 
bread coated wlih cheese. Each aection of Corsica produces 

FtgaieUJ U another naUonal dish ‘ta own wines, varying from a dry 
■ and a *reai favorite In the vUiagea - Thlle— ^Ich is usually a golden 
meet U aegree. It la a »a«- Mlor-=^ pink, red or dark red. 
sage made of pork and pork liver. Some are harsh, other* sweeter and 
splcgd for preservation and dried, eofi^. Cap Corse, the peninsula 
and cooked over an open fire. Other which sticks up like a forefinger 
sausagm made from the cheatnpl- north of BasUa. produces a dark 
fed pig«i smoked *»d ap^ed are also grep* from which the popular 



ARTU IIOKEH GOOD 
The sandy soil of Corsica Is g<x)d 
for growing artlchokea. and ona 
sees great fields of Uwm gvowong 
near Ajaccio especially, ‘niey are 
small and delirious now. seized with 
oil and Vinegar, but when large. 



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Rrlrhf r'f PhoInt'aeS' 
The bride Is the former Miss 
Edith Jnwie Stater, daughter of 
Capt and Mrs Arthur Slater. 
5230 MthgTove Street. Vtctorta. 
and the groom Is Uie son of Mr. 
J. L. laytoQ of PownaH, PJ I., 
and the lata Mr*. Jones. 



Mr and Mrs Donald Alan Jones 
art pictured following tlieir wed- 
ding which took place at First 
Baptlat Church recently. After a 
honsymopn on tha Mainland they 
will make their home In Vtctorta. 



Engagements 



Shawtiisan Lake W.L 
Marks Founder's Day 

SHAWNIOAN LAKE. March 4 



Arrangementa were made for a 



On our breakfast* tray often ap- 



CloTwUy Tercwcc. wiah bo nnnou: 



Mfl. A. HaTIei presided at a meet. 



pears a thick red jelly, the like of 



of their elder 



the engagement 
daughter. Margaret Rose, to Stewart 
William McCIeave. only aon of Mr. 
and Mrs. R Hughes, of Bamberton 
The marriage Is to take place 
quietly on March 11. at the home 
of Hev. Dr. Whltehouae, officiating 
minister. 



Hall on March 34. Plana were alao 
mad# for ahowlng Interesting color 
and sound films oir Australia by Mr. 
I. 8. Day. of Victoria. The fllms will 
be shown on March 17 In the 
8X.AA Hall, and notices will be 
•ent to ail district arhools. 

Mrs. R. Oaland and Mrs L. A. 
OrofsR were welcomed as new 
members. Further plans for the an- 
nual flower show were made. 

Following the buslneas aeselon the 
Institute entertained members of 
the Cobble Rlli Inatltute at an 
afternoon of games In observance of 
Pounder's Day. An IntcresUng talk 
on the history of the founding of 
Women's IruUiutes was given by 
Mrs. O. Orr. 



ing of4he Shawnlgwn Lak* Women> 
Institute, held In the 8 LA.A. Hall 
recently when it was reported that 
II pairs of pyjamas had been fin- 
ished fnr the Solarium and the 
Solarium visitor reported rimtlng 
tha rnsUtute's adopted patient. 



which I have never ta-rici bf?-r-rw. 
It is not so light tn color as crab- 
apple Jelly, but It has the same 
sharp tang: it la not so heavy and 
thick as guava Jelly, but ita flavor 
la as distinctive. It is made from 
a wild fruit which grows only In 
Corsica, called the arbute. The 
bush or shrub has thick green 
leaves, which remain all wuuer. 
the flowers are sweet smelling, 
growing tn cliutera with camella- 
like petals, and the fruit Is the size 
of a marble with a thick rough 
not understand why someone baa 
not commercialised the making of 
this delicious Jam or Jelly. 

Pale de merle is another rich 
Corsican specialty, and these pa- 
thetically small, dark-mealed black- 
birds are also often served roasted 
In an open pan. Their flesh has 
a subUe flavor from the oUvea, jun- 
iper, and other seeds on which tha 
btn^ feed. Wood pigeons Is an- 
other wild delicacy with which the 
hogt at our hotel regales us. 

Young goat and baby lamb are 
also used eiftenslveiy, and dining 
with friends the other evening, their 



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between your teeth— gets rid of every trace of 
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Brentwood W.I. 
Party March 17 

Tha Brentwood Women's InaU- 
tuta commenced the second half of 
tha card scries at a bridge party 
on February 34 with seven tables in 
play. Mrs. K. J. Coombe, Ml&s R. 
Donald and Mlsa J. Anderson were 
hooteasea. 

On Tuesday afternoon a guest tea 
waa held In the hall to celebrate 
Adelaide Hoodless month. Mrs. A. 
R Anderson and Mrs 8. P. Moody 
presided at the tea table 

Mrs. C. I. Douglas, literature oon- 
vencr, gava a reading on the found- 
ing of Ute Institute by Adriaide 
Hoodleas. Hostessea for the aftee- 
nbon were executive members Mrs. 
O. D. Moody. Mrs E. O. Woodward, 
Mrs. C E. Topp. Mrs O. V. WlUtams, 
Mrs. R C. Anderson. Mrs. J. V. 
LycU and MIm D Worthington. 
Contests were won by Mrs. Hugh 
McDonald and Mrs H BoiTejr 

It was announced that a bridge 
party would be held In the hell on 
Friday, March IT at I pm. 



The engagement la announced of 
Peggy EUabeth, only daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pepper, Victoria, 
to Albert John, aon of Mr. and Mrs 
Wllhs'n Anderson, 8r., of Kelowna. 
B.C. The Itedding will take place 
00 Wednesday. April 9. 1990. at 3:30 
o’clock tn the First United Church, 
Victoria. 



This la the beautiful silk badge that 
you may wear on our Easter Bus 
Tour to Hollywood. This tour In- 
cludes boat, bus. hotels, taxi and 
slfhueelng trips, and a seat at the 
Hollywood SunrUa Service. You 
suy In nice hotels every night at 
Important dUce. go through the 
San Joaquin Valley, and return by 
tha Redwood Empire. Many people 
who trsTCl on our tours make 



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Mr and Mrs. Duncan MacBrida 
announce the engagement of their 
younger daughter. Louisa Rtgg. to 
Mr Mackay Laidley Brock, of Van- 
couver. The wedding will take place 
on April 19th in the Oak Bay Beach 
Hotel, with Rev. Dr. W. O. Wilson 
offlclatlnt. 



GANGES. B.C.. March 4— A mla- 
reUanenus shower sponsored by tha 
South Sait Spring Women’s Insti- 
tute was held In the Community 
Hall. Fulford, for Mrs. R Rose who. 
with her husband and two children, 
lost all they possessed when a recent 
fire destroyed their home on the 
Fulford-Oangaa 

Mrs. J. French, president of the 
W.I.. presented the guest of honor, 
on behalf of tha community, with 
an attractive assortment of gifts 
which Included china, glass, linen, 
canned goods, etc. Following the 
presentation tea waa acned by tha 
ladles of tha district. 



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"B* hold! Km I««Urigf tTMUl# hUn 
Uk« IndUiM ' 

MarlA MT* Ui«l ih# umfiim** 
(r«U thmlr “» fttKUmi fouif on" > 
tiMlde her»*lf^jrljlvK.tK» 4* 

lh» Uct that thoufb bar tethar'a • 
full bloodad Oaacf, her mother t» 
port Irlah. 

‘She etotnw ’’the IrUh In me «ante 
bunt out la awful temper* 'or 
enthueioame. but the tndlau In me 
hae oM Srto by th e neck So I have 
lo take It out in dahdnf -Ihat'i 
hojr I let the fl|ht blow over.'* 

Ballet*ln«er» or* ee pleaaed with 
the outward mulU of Mirta'e In* 
ner feud that chancaa are ehe'U be 
the pfemlrrf ballerina of noted oom- 
i panieaTor jreara to come. 

*'1 hope I can make M,** alte tave 
wlalfully. • 8r.me denrere, you know, 
have been afUe and beautiful till 
after thejr were 60 yean old. 

I ‘■M?ll>e . . .“^and aha ku-ka tyr- 
I ward ax far ai Her fashionable (weed 
'I. will be Juxl 



phernalla for. fluffy akirla and ha- 
tame a eunulaied Ruaaian. 

Id a matter of mcmtlia aha met 
Ruaklan ahoeeofr a pher Balanchine 
who unpraaa e d her becauaa he 
didnt compllinent her work, even 
with hie ayM. YH he ahowed bla ad- 
miration by aaklnf her t« marry 
him. 

‘ -Too know whatl" Maria anlffa 
"He atlU never telb me i;m any 
food for anythlnf. After I dance^ 
-**Flrebir4^- Ixxi Fail he went all out 
and eald 11 waa a nice performance, 
but meat Of the time he'a very qulek 



Uf niYI.US BATTKI 1.K 
HEW Yonic. March 4 
Marla TaUchlef. bl«-wis ballerina 
with the New Turk City ballet,, hi an 
OMfa Indian turned dty aheker. . 

Vyom the oiomcnt her nthe-year- 
-Old toea touched the-pedded end of a 
pair of danrinf ehoea. aheb looked 
Ml her OUahocna raeervatlon with 
raoervaMone. 

•be rrine. 



Both, ae a rwilt. have a wM6 
vartety of Ulenta 

WARM EBCEPnON | 

Yredoun la n<4 a atudent at Har- ’ 
vard Unlveraity. 

Amhaaaader AU and hla family 
have loaf been aortal fivorltoi tn 
ofnclal Waahlnffton. Thle waa ap 
Important factor In the warm recep- 
tion ftven the youthful Shah dur- 
int hie vtilt to the United SUtaa; 

the capital la hopefully 
anttclpallnt romainUe developmanta , 
when ttively Iran aqd the popular 
Shah meet afaln In hletorM Te> 
herafl. 

.veTnEBLANnH BOTALTT 

Nriherlande Royalty aleo U tn the 
Wuhlnfton newt bocauie of the 
imminent kwo^day rlelt of Frlnoe 
CH-‘iu.urt Bernhard. 

'The popular huaband of Queen 
Juliana will oome to the capital 
from Mexico on an "unofflrtaT 
, dtp. He will atay at the Dutch 
Embaaay. 

The Breeldent and Ure. Trootan 
plan a luncheon on Wednaeday at 
Blair RouA for him. About 19 
fucata wUl be Invllod. That nlfht 
' Nethertanda Ambaaeador and Mmc. 
Van Kleffcna will |t*e • dinner and 
r e c eption for him at the embaeey. 

Pilnca Bernhard and Me femUy 
. were troqtMnt vlaUon to the eepl- 
tal durlnf their wartime exile froriii 
Holland They were among the moet 
popular and the fayaat of royal 
|vWton. 

' The Prince Oooeort, therefore, la 
aaeuryd of a royal. If unofficial, 
i welcome back. 



Ptlnca Ahdor Reaa Pahlavl, how* 
ever, eldppM tn often durlnf hU 
xludcnt day* ot Harvard and Prince 
Hamid Rexe Fehleel waa a vlaUor 
whenever ha had time to make the 
trip from CaUfomla. where he wm 
at achoA. • - - f 

Id 1646 the Borlet dcWfmUnn to 
the United Netlone Security Coun- 
cil walked out In proteet when 
Ambaaaadoe AB preeented hie coun- 
try’* caae aielnet RuMfah maiteou- 
vref on the Iranian border. ThU 
brought him before the eyee of the 
world. 

HU wife. Mme Ala. U • elender. 
Uny. aubum-halred womaa wboae 
apparent ihynesa hide* e aperkllng 
vrlt and firm determlhatlon She wax 
mponalbla for -the imperial edict 
which ordered Iranian women to 
diacard their traditional heavy veU- 
ini 

PIRMT TO riRn'l CAR 
In 1627 Mme. Ala wax the flrat 
V rnnM ever to drive a ear In 
'ie<^f>f».<t found It eo difficult 
to drive awathed ^"velllnf 4ha4 the 
edict, a giant etep in Iranian pro- 



WASHTNOTOH. March 4 tXHBi.! 
.'The b ee uU f tfl ^lonuiUe dau|h-* 
ler reported to have drawn roman- 
.tic rtfh* from the fOod-Iooklng 
ShalLSf ^ ^ recent Amen- . 
can vieit wUl aoon be on her way i 
home to Teheran. 

WaHilngton bettem that a front- ! 
page romance may well develop , 
when II -year-old Iran Ala. the 
•running Munette daughter of the '. 
Trantaa-ambeaaadur, retuma to her 
native land. 

Iran’s father, Ruxeeln Ala. haa 
•erred ae ambaeaedor to (he United , 
StaUa alnce 1646. He U expected to 
leave the capital aoon. ho.wevcr. , 
to awuine lha new and toipohant 
poet of Tmlan foreign mlnliler. ' ! 

Tran, a atudent at Bryn kUwr | 
CnQega and a thormifhly nvndem 
younr lady, will either aeeompany 
htm home or, at any rate, follow 
her parenta wilhtn k 6hort time. 

Tha caiKtal. whllo It ferla that 
xtibaaduani dcvelopmenie are pretty 
»i '.i h In uu iiervU of Allah, la uo^- 
vlnoed that Iran made » pretty 
Rolld imprawdon on HU Imperial 
Righaaaa lae( Bummer. 

NO STRANGERS 

Ambaaudor Ala and hU family 
are do atrangen to the Iranian 
Royal family, Tha Embaavy In 
* WaaBlngton aerved aa a 'iort of 
homa from horn# far tha Bhah'i 
two brother* and hU aUter during 
their Axnerletn Khool daye. 

Prtneeae Palemah waa probably 
lha moat fraquaut vUtior baeauae 
•he attaoded achool In tha natkm’s 
•apttaL 



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Uw h'Wptlal 

Mn. J. H KvUer. tn griUig S 
iw|xwt of Weekly tUUa lo the boa* 
pitaU stated how much ahe had 
apprecuted the unfalllnf courtecy 
pxtendfd to her by (he nuralnf 
staff. 

Arrangement* were made for a 
teUphone bridge to be held at tha 
home* of member* beh're the weak 
iDcetmg on Turedav. March ^ and 
p.r which the prliea blU be donated 
' bv .Mr.t Mcniat, Mr* Hewnham and 
Mr*. Traffnrd. 



Aual niCfStog - of Ibk Wonicn* 
Atrailiary to tlw Lady Mlnto Oull 
lalands HufpUal held rtcently h\ the 
board room of ‘the. institution. Mr* 
Oeorge St. DenU «*.* re-electad 
pmldrnt for tfle enaulng rear ; view- 
prealdcnu Mrs. P H Newnham. 
■ciTelary. Mrx. R A Moore; treaa- 
ur«£, Mr*. W M -Mouai; Dorew 
seoretarv. Mr- B e I h Peterwn 



"ITB a city girl now, 

"Evan If 2 had to puU a pretty de- 
ceitful atunt-ia make Itr 
.Maria's "etunt" waa performing 
an unauthentlc eerlee ot tribal 
dancee that would have made her 
red-blooded anccetoi* redder than 
ever. 

But Loa AAgelee audlencot loved 
them and handed her enough money 
to enuh New York in 160 and' ark- 
beeque her way (hto the ballet- 
gfnmr mecca. the Ballet Rusn de 
Monte Carlo. 

Since then, ahe.hai starred wllb 
the pqrU BaUet, 8*41er'e*WelU and 
lately the New York City ballet of 
TrhTch her tuoMrea husband. George 
Balanchine. U artiatlc director. 

Marla's mother, father and gland- 
mother (widow of "Big Heart." 
Osage chUf at the tom of the cen- 
tury) etll]^ Uve In Fairfax, Okla., 



St. Joseph’s 
jAuxiliary ■ 



AKK FOR PARKA 
PtNTlCTON. Btt-4C«L ^The Pro- 
vincUl Govemmem hae been axked 
to reeene tvm potential park areea 
fiwTutiiie devciopmet. The Oka- 
nagan FUIU Boerd at Trade a-ked 
that parks be mh «f» ot the (not of 
Okanagan FaUs for a picnic pound 
lyid at Vaseeux Lake 



Plans Shower. 



skirt will allow . . 
ae lucky. Yu'lhink?' 



p>nlfthtng linen, 



ternoon lo the Nurses’ Homs to’ 
complete plans for the annuel ' 
Unen shower to be held tn aid rr 
the bcMpltal on March 18 f: jtn 3 to 
5 pm. In the Nureee’ Rome. 

The reception committee win !n- 
•iude Mre/ T. Taylor who U act- 
ing a general convener, aaeUted by 
Kfn. F. fichl. Mr*- H. A. Humber. 
Mr* J. A-McLeUan. Mrs. Vernon 
Thompkoh, UTi. D. McDonAld an l 
Mr*. I. Dixon. The 
will be underuken by Mrs. L. Jones 
and Mrs. Blair Reid. 

Mrs. R. N. Dlrklneon reportel 
that 190 artldaa had been eom- 
plrted for Febnury and that 60u 



fuUuwod. 



The daughter of a prominent 
Iranian dlplomaL she spent her 
ptrihood in Europe and wu ed- 
ueated In Franoe. She brought 
Yuropean ' cuetonu aftd nCinnm 
! home with her when the family re- 
turned to Iren. 

She and har husband were deter- 
mined that their ehlldrsn-^Tran and 
Fredoun— be educated to keep so 
busy that they would never be Idle 
but would always be resourceful. 



UTT GN1.Y ONCE 



They left It only once^when 
their daugluer was TUne bfcan -e 
she announced the wonted to be a 
4:;Q£et and they decided to give h«r 
a whack et It. 

The Tallchlera took up temporary 
quertere tn the etrangely rtvUlaed 
territory known m Hollywood and 
put Maria In ballet echooL There 



HATS 



well on her way to bring a prodigy 



!Up-Island 

' « m je 



With Women 



df rtiX p!r‘--uetre. Then they went 



Plans Supper 
On March 15 



hack home 



Clubs and Societies 



Couple Mark 
Anniversary 



Marla recatla; 

"In school, I studied ballet. Up. 
aorobetlc and Spanish dancing end 
Ui the eoune of flTTnit. forgot the 
Indian dancee compleuiy. 

"Bui when It came to camlng a 
living. T had to eapltallto on my 
hh?h cheek bones 8o T doctored up 
my face with warpaint, put moc- 
eaelna over my toe shoe* and ppr- 
formed a eombli\ytl(m waits end 
war-whoop. 

•Tt went over!" 

NEW YORK AT 17 

By the time she was 17. she’d 
caved eo.»igh money for the train 
trip to New York, and with fairy- 
tale precision a member of the 
famous Ballet Ruase troupe reelgned. 
Marta swopped her Indian para- 



ArrangemenU were made to hold 
a fit. Patrick's supper on March 
TS ci>mmAr.rtng at 6:30 pjn. at a 
meeting of the Fairfield United 
W A. held ‘nrorxday alt eino on. 

Convenera for the supper *siP( 
Mrs. A. E. Matehan, general; Mra 
T. Handaaydc, dlntng-room; Mixs 
DorU Freeman, decorating. Mr*. W. 
Allan, kitchen; Mr*. E. HIU. Mr* 
O. O. Oraen and Mrs. C. A. Fields, 
supplies. 

Arrangemente were made to send 
another "Carp" parcel overeeas. 

Mr*. D. McNevan occupied the 
chair in the absence of Mrs. J. 
Roy. 



Ea-Waezia’ meet 

on 'Tueaday at 6 p.m. In the board 
room of the Naval Veterans' Legion 
Branch. 



The W A to the RUN. will meet 
•o Tuesday at 2:30 ji m. at the 
home of Mrs. D. M. Elltl, 3114 



celebrated their golden wedding , 
anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Oldaic | 
were married In AU Saints' Church. 
Pltamoor, England and came to 
Canada just after the turn of the 
century. They lived lo Fort Wil- 
liam unto 1933 when they moved 
to Ysncdur ir. lA'er.Uu^ Uved in 
Powell River and Comox before 
coming here in 1941. 

They have three eoni. Thomas, 
Frank and Charlee, Powell River, 
and one daughter, Mrs. R Slmpeon, 
Pbrt WlUlam. 

Their celebration was marked by 
presentation of a gift from the 
community by United Church Min- 
ister Dr. Peter ICelly. a satin cushion 
by the Pythian Sisters and many 
other gllte. 

Out-of-town guests vre.e Mr. and 
Mrs. R. SlmpAon, Fort William, Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Oldale, Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Oldale. and Mr. and 
Mrs. O. Mowbray. Powell River. Mr. 
and Mrs. W. McRaa. Campbell 
River and Mr uid Mr*. L. B. 
Plumbly. Comox. 



, , . 0 delightful flight of foshion 
fancy with o lilting lovstindsk, o 
chorming coquetry ... to send 
your spirits scoring springword! 



Central Avenue. 



The Oveneaa Nursing Sisters I 
Branch. Canadian Legion, will meet I 
on Monday at S p m. In the Briun- 1 
nla Branch hall. Two films wUl be 



Robert Bums MrMlcklng Chap- 
ter, I.ODB., will meet on jyeaday 
at I p.m. at the home of the ^ent, 
Mrs. O. Elford 3710 Roseberry 
Avenue. 



The Second MUe Club of First 
Baptiet Church met recently when 
ofBcera elected were kfra C. Finlay, 
president; Mrs. A. Moraon, vtce- 
prealdeni; Mrs. F. Hebden. arcre- 
tary; Mra F. Middleton, treasurer; 
Mrs. A. Coleman and Mra. A. Colaa. 
enclsloointtlltee; Mra. O. Stout, sick 
vuritlng and Mra. D. Pearmaln, bul- 
letlna 

Mrs. O. R Easter -wax guext 
•pt'skrr and chose ae her topic 
•Other BeUefa," and Mias O. PhlUtiu 
eang a aulo. 

RofiawheaeaU ware served bvMra. 

N. Phillltia. Mr*. A. Morson, Mrs. J. 
MnrKay. Mra F. worthy and Mr*. 
A. Cuirman. 



SmOOL FOR DRn’ERS . 

ST. JOHN'S, NHd. CPI. — Olaaaee 
wUl be held tn 8t. John’a high 
•choota to prepare aeholart for life 
on the open road. Older pupils will 
be taught driving and traflic 
methnda by eartoua rlaxemncn tech- 
niques, Including flime showing how 
expert drivers do It 



Grand Chief 
To Visit Lodge 

Grand Chief Mra. Fear) Palmar, 
of Rouland, will make her offletal 
1^1 to Island Temple No. 8, It was 
reported at a recent meeting held 
In the K. of P Hall. CormorMt 
Street, with Idrs. Kay Scotilar p'k- 
siding. 

Oribbaee waa played by the mem- 
bers of Far We-l Lodge. "No. 1. and 
bland Temple at the dose of the 
meeting. 



Election for a two-year term will 
take place at the regular meeting of 
the Ladles’ Auxiliary to Fraternal 
Order of EiiIm, Aerie No. 13. to 
be held Tuesday at I p m. tn the 
Eagles' Rail, View Street 
« • • 

At a meeting of the Metropolitan 
Church W. A. held on Friday unani- 
mous support was promised a 
resolution by Dr. Mrlflven re cem- 
tml of Intoxicated drivers 
were made to hold a Spring tea 
on AprU ll. 



Up From Douglas 



PROVlNrE’S SITE 
Ontario exlends l.ooo mllea frmn 



east to west, 1.090 miles from smith 
to north, and covers an area of 
4l3Jl8a square mllea. 



New Officers 
For Auxiliary 

CHEMAINU8. March f.-Offlcere 
elected at the first annual meeting 
of United Church Ladies' Auxiliary, 
held at the home of Mrs. E. Rees. ' 
were; President. Mrs R. Rees; vlce- 
prrsident, Mrs. H. Cherches; eecre- 
tary. Mrs. H. EngUeh; preei corree> 
pondeni. Mia. E O. Jackson; social 
convener, Mra. M. Redding. Mra. R 
Macham will represent the society 
of the local United Netioiw group, 
and Mra l<«cy Chang will be Sun- 
shine convener. 

Oonatlona lest year Ineluded SIO 
lo Sundey school end SM to the 
church boerd. With a baJerwe on 
hand of gllSIS. plana art being 
made for a tea to late April. 



New Officers 



BELL 

PIANOS 



CAMPBELL RIVER. March 4 
Mr*. E. Lawson was elected presi- 
dent ot the Canadian Auxiliary at 
the annual meeting held recently. 
Other officers are Mrs. A. Pringle, 
first vlce-preeldent; Mrs. William 
Raliowm, aecond vice - prenldent; 
Mrs. A. Roee, tergeant-et-aums; 
Mra. J. O’Halloran. trwurer; Mrs. 
S Epps, eecretery. and executive 
officers are -Mrs. T Peart. Mrs. 
A. C. Linton. Mrr. N. McDonald and 
Mrs. J. C- Whyte. 

Mrs. Peart, retiring president, 
offirtated at the installation of of- 
ficers and executive members and 
gate e brief resume of the work 
done by the auxiliary during the 
pA<t year. 

It was announced that the dte- 
trlrt tone meeting at Qtiallcum hae 
been postponed until March 10. 



SHAWNIOAN LAKE. March 4.— 
Shawnlgan Lake P.-TA. met tn 
the eehort recently with Mrs. w 
McMartln preeldlng. 

Following a dlecuxilctn of ways 
and meana H wse decided lo give 
each member |1 talent money, to 
be lacreaeed aa much as passible by 
her own efforts before the end of 
the .fl^al year, and to put on a 
eard party In the SX.AA. Hall on 
April to. iTie resignation of the 
preehlrat wae accepted with re- 
gret, and Mrs. W. A. CudUp. lice- 
prealdent. agreed to occupy the 
ehair until the end of June. In- 
kereatlng films were shown by Miss 
E ftirbank. district nurse. 



A piano tost you h>I 1 r>e 
proud lo own at a pricr yon 
will he pleased to pav. 

For tone, quality and real 
value see and hear these 
modern delightfnl pianos. 



Terms Arranged 



Your Present Piano Taken as Part Payment. 
Agents for BELL and WILLIS PIANOS 



S. a CAVE PIANO STORE 

Phone G 2913 



745 View Street 



Victoria's Exclosive Piano Imre 



Arrangementa were made for the 
Npring tea to be held on April I. 
at a meeting of the Ledlse’ Aux- 
iliary to Army. Navy and Air Ftore 
Unit No. 13. held in the auditorium 
on Thursday evening, with Mra. W. 
Rathbonc presiding. 

Plans were also mads to hoM a 
social evenlnk on March 10. 

Four new member* were wsl- 
corned lociudtng Mrs. F. Bryant, 
Mr*. M. Gordon Mra. D. Dentlth 
and MUg A. Griffith. 

Refreshments arrre aerved by 
■Mr*. B Marshal] and her com- 
mittee. 



MR. COLPITTS 

ANNOUNCER THE OPENING 
OF HIS OWN ESTABLISHMENT 

MARCH 6 



Bean soup b a real sUrk-to-the- 
riba starter for a cold Winter's 
nigfiL 

Get a ham knuckle and put U In a 
Mg pu4 with a cup erf pea beans. Add 
a couple of quarts of water and sim- 
mer 1 hours, adding more water as 
you need It. Take out the ham 
knurkle and cut the meat In amall 
pleees. 

Rkim fat off the soup and latum 
the plecee of meat to the pot. Add 
a finely chopped onion and boU for 
10 mlnutca. Stir tn a cup of cream 
and a cup of milk and bring to the 
bolUng point Season wUb salt and 
plenty of black pepper. 

in*i«e««i ey bmi an»ei«ftt*. ie< i 



Annual Meeting 
On March 21 



Fallow 



OANOES. BC.. March 4 
big an Interval of two months the 
Guild of Bun«bln« met recently at 
llie home of Mra. J. T. Croft, Ganges, 
aiih Mrs. Walter Norton presiding 
letters of (hanka were read from 
renpienu of Christmas gifts and 
the ireasurer reported a balance on 
hand of I1U41. It waa stated that 
'the annual meeting would take 
place on March 31. 

A new member. Mra. T. Baker. 
Was welcomed do the organintlon. 
Mrs. W. Somerville - was elected 
visitor for that^nonth to the Lady 
Mlnto Gulf Islands Hncpital- and 
Mn. Stuart Holmea and Mrs. Baker 
to Dr. Francis' Convalescent Home. 



COLPITTS 



DEVOTED TO CUSTOM-AAADE 
CLOTHES AND HATS FOR WOMEN 



FURNITDRE TO GRACE YOUR HOME— ALWAYS 



WOlXD RATHER WORK 
WINNIPEG KP). -r A M-ytar-oid 
man. sentenced to 14 days la Read- 
ingley jail for dninkgapMs, toM tha 
court he'd rather sm* his time 
around the central pollta station. 
So he was taken on as a aonk. to 
wait out bis Urea smekliig lor tha 
police. 



They’re Early American in desi^jn and in their conifurt- 
■ble, livciblc, endurable usefulness. They’re finished in 
\^Ias’ “Regular Maple" — and what you see here is just an 
tyc-cRtching tidbil of whaLxou'll find in our newjy en- 
larged selectinni from Vilas’ 79 year-old Canadian shop. 
<!ome in and tee how it» “Open Slock" designs give you 
a chance to plunge Into R whole houseful— or illM small 
(and right) to mfflte your big Ideas come true! 



No. 8— «05 COURTNEY STREET BEACON 0813 



rMFORTEn srSINKSS 
The Ufa inauranev buxtncsi was. 
tnlrudurad Into Canada by eom- 
panlas from Britain and tha United 
Statee about the middle of the 16th 



AIR - RAIL - STEAMSHIP 



cantury, 



Shawni^an Guides 
Hold “At Home“ 



GET A GRIP ON YOURSELF 



THK COMPLETE XftAVEl, SERVICE' 



SHAWNIOAN LAKE. March 4.- 
Shawnlgan Girl Ouldra - were "at 
h'une” et their regular meeUnt la|t 
i. irrr,'.-. ex-Guldes and «- 
Oulders. Following routine com- 
pany work, the vleitorc folned tne 
three patrols for an hour of Guide 
famae and ooc t ii U . The evening 
W)ncl'<.dcd with a eing-eong and ra- 
freahmenta. 



ITS 

THE 



1951 



DON'T 

FORGET 



4-PIECE SUITE 
As Illustrated 



FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN 



SHOES 



'•o REOIITER NOW — An4 Doet Be DIaeppohited 



MOTHER! RHIEVE 
YOUR CHILD’S 
CONSTIPATION 



PIm to Make Tew YUrit Homs md Be' There foe BrHato** 

Creetaet fnow ■ 

Let Us Yrtl Tod flow It Can Be Oooe— It Costs NOTHING 
to Regfotor— So t>« It NOW 

GeMral ARHita; 

Royal Mafl Une* LM„ RoUead-Amerlca Ltoe, 
NorlfMgp Padfk Rallwap 



Here'e a ■wod-loohmg golf 
oxford f)u(*n-|t*l6-4heffea«nd 
end let fom tec off rerfecily. 
Heavy siHched cat!, eoft, pl»- 

abla Two-toM • 4 AM 



WltB4»t NttttyTRiftfkf 
LncatlvM w Hw i ti 



Company 



912 Oovt. St. N W7 

Custom Broktrs - Travel AftnU - Shipping Agents 



125 PORT 



Just Above Blanshard 




I 




14 fiatltt Colatrtrt Vktorit. t.c, WTtt t, its* 



Young Musicians Preparing for G)ncert 



By Colonist Correspondent 



"W»TE«-FlO«r 

fiYRATOR WASHER 



t:me kick off. Cedric Robb srul 
Osry Pynn »eored ons esch In 

’ rrTT=' STf nTltT- f i;« 1 f With Robbie Clsrke 
Kortnt s tone merkcr. 

Newton ^ hne*up: Roy 

Vt'r ■ ‘.V n Kiwadimas, K 

Curl, R. Anfleld, h. Brooke. R 
Dodmen. D. Verley. H. Steele, A. 
Young, L. Sheldrake. O. Preston. 
REM.^RKABLE FILM 
|dount Newton picture of the K 
wae 'tpuet or, DfsUny “ Techni- 
color film produced by the Moody 
T ' 1 ■ ■ 1 ’ 1 j • r Of Tlllnoti. The' eiceUent 
film depicted clearly the minute 
and complex qualltlee of the ear. 
U «1 m> the euprlidnc tralta 

of the bat In flight. Bate throw 
thetr voice* ae do the modem 
radar machines. In the film the 



— Cvtenin ehow. 

Arnold pernmon. Gordon Davies. Bill Bamea. Ray Ft-«el A.lfk.n 
Bob Cu.'nmlns. Benry Hubecher, Trygre Cartoon. Gordon 
Deacon and Darcy TroiisU. Left to rlgtit, front row. are Donnie Rich- 
ar^k-on. Shirley Keleon, Shirley Holland. Fred Ivei, Robin KUchtng. 
Kay BaUantyne, Mildred Lang. Ronald Fevang. Ken Beaumont, 



Twenty-three youthful musicians ^ Mount View High School Band 
are shown sbova preparing for rehearsal. Band waa organized last 
r.. H:fn;bfr under Bandmaster John Tamblyn and will make its debot 
at concert to be held at Mount View High School Auditorium on Fri- 
day, March 10 at 8 pm. Concert Is being held U attempt to ratoe 
funds ior band. Musicians shown above are fback row, left to right) 



by Schubert, won the 



FllCn lATEI 

mou6i aomn 



The District No. 63 



David Alder. Gordon Ashton. Mortey Oavle and Dick Grainger. 
Mi«i«tny from picture are Christina Peat and WlUle Farghar. 



winners will k 



March 28, where they v i!i compete 
with the other school district win> 
tiers of Vancouver Island. The two 
srinnera at Nanaimo, one vocal and 
one WtTumental. «. ;il f'’ Vs;;- 
couver In the Easier holidays to 
compete for provincial laureU. 

Mr. C. Ooutoon waa a witty master 
of ceremonies an4. Df- 
Msnhlnr. prealdenl of the Musical 
Art S^ty of Victoria acted is 
adiudlcator. 

** ROtrr.R TEAM LOSES 

Mount Newtons senior soccer 
team suffered a decided 6-0 defeat 
from the Vlciorla High School 
glcvtn, last Wednesday. Mount 
Newton had the better play In the 



have an oraUcal eonteet echs- 



In Classic Cage Clash 



Spring Concert j 



duled. This will take place on Tuea. 
day, March SI. during the laM two 
periods of school. The r- 

“Flfty Tears Hence** and there will 
be at least one eontostant from each 
house, the srtnner mitering the chy« 
wide contest 



Yow can't boy e hecter washer • • . h*s 
krm in pcsfumaoce . krssia beauty . m 
aod 6rs( la value! Tbe amaziag one 
"Water-Flow** Gyraior gives yow fsner, 
more rftetem wsshiog setioo . . . washes 
(iochet cleaner— with less wear! New, 
SBper-saff Fasy wringer has insram 
safery release aiM sdjasublc prtseore for 
all fihrYca! Come ia tomocrow for dsns- 
ooscrsttool 



Augmented School Staff 
Too Much for Students 

By PATRICIA HAMILL were able to play and eo they had 

• The students* team was a Rep 

Tuesday dawned a great day for t—m and therefors It seems they 
the student body of Esquimau High, obliged to have 11 players. 

Why« you 84b? Well, at last the i WELL-PTJtTED GAME 

ciA. te cLLSh between the studenu I ^‘*‘* oa.w» 

n-d teachers on the | Although the sp'"' 

court had arrived. The Journalism a lot of clowning during thi contest. 
Chib medc the tkkeU. it wia quite a serious and 

on colored paper, and the well-played game. The students led 
supporters trooped down to Frsser m tbe flril quarter by six points 
SUeet Hal! In great numbers. , but were unable to hold the lead 
At 4 pm- the teams were In strip and the game resulted In a 41-33 



Huge Success 



Mu4'h Interest Arou-'^ed 



ALL STOCK KIDUCEO 2S% 



Pupils of North Saanich 
Enter Musica I .Contest 



TELEPHONE 



W. Reid, coach of 



Pgr the staff 
nur Reds; J. Barlow, coach of our 
While*; J. Morrison. R. Hampton. 
K Tate and Art Chepman. For the 
boys — Saunders, Hunter, Jackson, 
Sweeney. Lewis, Burgess, _ Joyce, 
Bennett, Bethel, laldlaw and Ross. 

HIGH SCORERS 
Barrie Jackson was the students’ 
high scorer with 16 points, and R- 
Hampton for the staff had 18. 

I ‘The volleyball nets are up and 
we are to play**>-are our famous last 
! words. *n)eee nets are up In our 
front “lawn"— what 1s left of It. The 



which proceeded through the color- staff's team’ Sad as It m»y 
f.jl “HoUdif Ih Hsvana* number; only two membeis of the t 
a fairyland fantasy complete with 
fairies and dragons, and the 
sprightly "Parade of the Wooden 
Soldiers" down to a whimsical dance 
drame, ‘Ht-Jlnks at High School." 
which depicted a day In a typical 
building of learning. 

INTERESTING WORK 
During the week, assemblies 
p r 0 ve d more Interesting than 
usual. Monday morning a special 
Aim in connection with the Moody 
Bible Institute, entitled “Duet or 
Destiny," was shown. Tuesday, the 



David Peddle and Roland Gilbert 
are playing trumpet solos, and Bill 
Fleming to playing Mendelssohn'S 
"Spring Song" on the saxophone. 
Walter Steel has a solo on the bari- 
tone horn, and Bob SteeL his 
brother^ to playing a solo on the 



By BARBARA MacCONNAflllE I 
end Al’DREY SMITH 

The most dtocussed event of this 
week to the Musical Talent Program 
Which Is being held at Keating, the 
eoiRestanu coming from North 
Baanlch and Mount Newton High 
Schools. Of the 13 entries from 
North Seanlch there are three for 
vocal aoloe: Eileen Bowker, singing 
•The Desert Song"; Norma Nunn, 
singing "The Bluebird of Heppl- 
nm-s." and Dorothy Wilson, singing 
“Danny Boy " 

Peggy Ann Woods. EUsabetn 
B'.sher and Bevan^Oore-Canglon are 
entering the pianoforte class. Peggy 
Ann to plsylng the "Aragonatee" by 
Jules M.uuen«t: Eltosbelh. "Chanson 
Russe" by Sidney Smith, and Bevan 
ts playing hto own version of "Tbe 
Donkey's Sersnsfle." 



Harold S. Timberlake 
Norman T. Johnson 

OPTOMETRISTS 



Students 
At Belmont 



Plan Annual 



tenor trombone. Dr. Manning, who 
to weQ known In musical circles In 
Victoria, has been asked to adjud- 
icate.. 

The students of the school had 
the privilege of seeing the film 
“Dust or Destiny." Wednesday noon- 
The film dealt with science topics 
which Included the functions of the 
senses, bird migration, and the 
“radar" aense of bat*. The film w|is 
greatly appreciated by ever>‘one, ea- 
peclally Ah* biology and aclence 
students whose work Includes such 
topics. 



HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY 

APPOINTMENTS: 9 to S 

647 YATES ST. — 



Saanich Schools to Play Host 
To Visitors for Education Week 

Starting today and continuing [ Friday, March 10. from 1 30 to I. 
until March 11. to National Educa- 1 Deep Cove — Visitors’ afternoon. 
Uon Week. The principals and Friday. March 10, from 1 to 3. Tea 
teachers of all schools In District | will be served. 

63. fiaanlch. are holding "Open ; Keating— Open house each after- 
Houm" In their achooto on one or t>non during the week from 3 to S. 
more afternoons. All resident# and xea will be served. 

Visitors’ after- 



oa the Island. Under the direction , 
of Mr H. M. Palnon, It la rapidly 
expanding and will eontlnffs to do 
so until it to on a par with the 
best. 

Senior students hsvt recently 
been drafting a canstltutton for 
the students' council. Th# project 
to being carried out by former 
students' council president. Herry 
Mathias, and awalU approval by 
the student body. 

With the return of good weather, 
youths of Belmont have resumed 
outdoor sports. At present soccer 
Is prevalent, with a few lads out 
on the basebell diamond. In the 
Inter-houss competitions, mainly 
soccer and voUeyball. House "A" 
has 41 points. House "B* 60. House 
“C" 31. and House "D" 37. 



McTavUh Road 
noon. Tueadsy. March 7, from 1 lo | 
3 o'clock. I 

Prospect Lake— Open houae each 
afternoon during the w^ from 3 
to *. Tea srtll be aerved. 

- Royal Oak — Open house each 
afternoon during the week from 3 
to 3; Tea wlU be served. 

Saankhton — Visitors' afternoon. 
Tuesday. March 7, from 1 to 3. 
Watch fo^ the display In the 
Baanlchton Meat Market. 

Sidney— Visitors' afternoon, Tues- 
day. March 7. from 1 to 8. There 
will be a special parents' film 
shown at 3 o'clock. Watch the store 
I windows in Sidney. 

VUlton’ after- 



Students 



Doctors aay that 3S per cent of 
the milk told In Canada for human 
consumption to not pasteurlxed. 



SUITS 



JEWELLERY from 

FAMILY ESTATES 



Bv BRIAN WHAKF 
Victoria relief* 

Electlona for next Mmaater’s 
BUHlent Council president will bei 
held this week #t Victoria College.' 

Campaigning concluded Friday i 
with electioneering iddrtwee in the' 
auditorium by candidate* I>mgla#| 
Bebb, Pat Thomas, David MscKay. 
Fred Anderson, Keith Duncan and 
Marion 6ibbs. 

Hi.ipe of eventual elimination of 
t:r. • prejudice through education, 
and later, intermarriage, waa 
pressed by Prof. Sidney Pettit, ad- 
drcMlng a meeilng earlier In the 
Student 



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West Saanich 
noon, Tuaaday. March 7, from 1 to 
3. Tea wUI be served In the WJ. 
small hall during the eUernoon by 
the Brentwood P.-TA who wQI also 
"baby-sU" your small children. 

J1 MOR-SEN10R HIGH SCHOOLS 

Mount Newton — Visitors' after- 
noon, .Tuesday. March 7, from I lo 



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week spotwored by the 
Christian Movement. 

"CompallbUliy of Science and the 
Bible" were dlscuwed by J. L. ClI- 
menhag* of th* College Physics De- 
partment at a meeting of the Vif- 
slty Chrtotlan FVIlowrhlp Thursday. 

Conlrovende* between the tam 
afien had no foundation in fact, he 



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Politics Enliven Victoria College as Managers Laud Candidates 



CJVT hm« be«n forced to too* dovn 
lU tUfn&l to ovoid oonnictlnf with 
Prlnca 0«orf» ond Mejucau r»d*o 
•UtlOM. Ukinc Uiv okl Altr^ and 
trammlttcr, they how hod to too* 
down-ln Vlctorlo ond Up-lelond. 

Tho twin towers ond more coo- 
Tcnirnt sito wlU enable the suttco 
to (octM 0 broodcost “beom” on Vl^ 
lono,'ond Up'Islsnd beyond No* 
notmo. Up^uiood iwceptkm up to 
DOW hos not been cood. Tho twin 
towers wUL boost CJVI's slcnol 
strenrth Up-Ulond from 1.000 watts 
to on effective S.000. 

Radio station officials ycsterdaj 
Issued 0 womlns to the sightseeinf 
public to keep well swoy from the 
base of the tower while work is in 
pr ogre ss . If o spanner shbQld hop* 
pen to slip from Jos Lschsnce's 
hondelt would shouer on ths cement 
base ond send out frofioenls like o 



the mobfle home and mochinc shop 
where the Lschoness Uw. 

The radio station worked tor four 
^ £. L 40-oers sits on 
Cedar Hill Cmasruad. oppoalte Up* 
utwi* Qoif Course. Zonlnc, and ths 
Ul-tated Gordon Head airpark plan, 
held up plans. Tbs towers stand 
near ths border of ths proposed sir- 
park site, and reprasent a largs 
olMtacls to any renew%l of airpark 
plans. 

Boms M.OOO feet of copper wire Is 
burled undertround about ths bass 
of ihs towers. It Is spread about In 
spokes-of-s-wheel fashion. 

Total cost of ths tsro towers and 
CJyrs new transmitter wUl be some 
I6S.OOO. 

Ths new transmission syitam — 
' which be completed In about 

. a month— will be a vSkt tmprovs- 
ment on ths present Portafs Inlet 



Hith-stesl ^riut Jos tarhancs 
needs all ths luck of his Prencb- ' 
Canadtsn nsme. 

**Jos ths Lucky* Is canung hts 
Uvtnt 200 disy feet- above ground 
as be pushes the second of Rsdlo 
CJVI's transmission towers 
further into the sky. 

Rt hss already built ths ftrrt 
tower— aao feat overaU— by himaetf. 
Now be ha^SO >c«t to go <m ths 
other. 

TAIXE8T fiTBLi'TtmS 

When Joe has flnlshad his Job and 
radio technictans have finished 
theirs, CXVI will be able to focus a 



bomb. 



Deck Out Your Home 



Mount View Presidency Candidates Scents Plan 
Planning Seek College Voles 



^SPRINGTIME 

COLORS 



A large group of Vancouver 
Normal studenu wUl invade Vlctorls ; 
nMt weak in a return social elsU| 
to ths Normal Bchool hers. { 

Tit* Ttffltors wUl be guasu at local 
studenu and wtn partldpsts In a 
wtU round of svsnu over 

ths wesk-snd. 

They will arrive on tbs 1:10 pm. 

Vaneouver sad will bs 
waleomsd by a group of Normal 
School ehssr leaders attired in 
special outflta. They will return to 



Revulon of athletic 



StudenU of Victoria CoUsge 
packad tbstr auditorium at noon yes- 
Ugday to bear eampalgn Q>e«chos 
of Ml stndaoti In tbs race for 
prasidSDt sf DS*t semsstar's Student 
OowneO. 

NsU NsufMd. prasldaBt, epsnsd 
tbs mestiiv by ssplatning tbs new 
banpt system to bs used in tbs 
tiseiloe. Tbs president also org;! 
all studenU to east their ballots. 



bUcKay 

awards; promlssa to carty out the 
wiibet of ths majority. 

Olbbs— Will remedy a?i.?r?£lc ot^- 
tcgs spirit: new pap and ehear clubs; 
improvaroent of ths Usd's Oom- 
mons; will work tn tbs Interests of 
ths soDsfS. 

Anderson — Raisa AUJB. feet, 
promote school spirit with mixers 
and talent shows. 

Bebb-Rtise AMS. fern, promote 



»y MARIAN RAINSR and 
BEMn BOOTH 
Meat VIme BUgb Sebesl 

Tbs school band, which had Its 
nt the start of ths school 
fsnr. Is p>*""*"g to hold a ema- 
Unsd band concert with pupils cf 
Bl^byV Band. Tbs Mount View 
n»tu4 wTOgh hard work, has 

ebtained we e bN e N es tw thi msgt e g ' 
of this concert. I 

J. Tamblyn. although teaching his 
ftrst year at this school, bas schlcved 
a worthy accTmpUshment tn the 
formation of the Mount View Band. 

RECKIVK PRAIHE 
Kumeruus mornings and .MW* 
noons each week, resulu of their 
work san bs seen and heard, and 
they have also received praise from 
ths teaching staff and pupils. 

The band consists of Gordon Ash- 
Ion. David Alder, Dick Grainger, ' 
Uorlay Davis. Ronald Vbvmng. Kan 
Beaumont and Christine Peat on ths 
trumpeU: Shirley Holland, Shirley 
Nelson. David Oeddes, Pred Itbs, 
Mildred lang. Joan Keitcr, Don 
Richardson. Ksy Ballantyns and 
Bartiara Pricker on clarinets: Gor- 
don Davies and Bill Barnts on ths 
base; Adrian BirtwhlyUe. Bob Cum- 
mins and Ray ^nst on the drums, 
and lastly. Arnold Hunilum and 
BUI Parquhar on the saxophona 
and baritone. 

Also in the band are some begin- 
ners from elementary schools. They 
arw R»Mw Kitebing. Garth Taylor. 
Jim Quayle. Jim Sutt4xi. Leighton 
Palfrey. Harold Richmond. Don 
Webb. Davs McLellan. Bruce Kalk. 
Bub Cameron. Paul PhlUlps. Gordon 
Bowden. Dsvid PhlUlps and BUI 
O’Brian. 

CONCERT PRIDAT 
Their concert wlU be held In ths 
Mount View High sudltorlum st t 
pjn. Prldsy. C. O.Thcunpson Is tn 
Chsrge of publicity snd ticket seU- 
tng. A Isrge amount of credit Is dus 
the band for time and effort tt has 
given, so It would bs apprselsted if 
alttdenU seU a quota of tickets and 
support tbs band. 

A green and gold eo-«d dancs wu 
hsid in ths auditorium on Friday. 
Ths Romelflwnrrs were tn atten- 
dancs and from numerous rsports 
sveryont hsd a good Urns. Guests 
at the dance were members of ths 
Burnaby grass hockey team, visit- 
tnc ths Mount View and Mount 
Douglas teams. 



» spim, 



Marion Olbbt. Pred AnderMxi. Doug- 
Us Bebb, Kslth Du&can snd Pat 
Thomas. Campaign msnsgers. re- 
spccUvsly, are Richard Vogtl, Peter 
Evans. Alfred Poxgood, Jc4m Napier- 
Reny. Jon Woods and Bruec Yoang. 

Aspiring president’s putforms arc 
as foUowt:. 



a ooUegs song. 

Duncan — Mors emphasis on 
sports, repair ce^lege Rugby field. 
Club, more public reUUoos for col- 
lege BctivUies, and a college 
orrhmtra. 

Thomss— Support of ths Radio 
try to get a grsndstand erected. 



Indoor Sports Meeting 
Success at Mt. Doudas 



Members of the Sir Jsmes Doug- 
las School Junior safety patrol 
Monday afternoon will have a good 
old-fashioned chlnwsg with several 
members of ths Vleiorla Oouger*< 

Ths boys will meet the hockey 
pUyera after they come off point 
duty St Five Polnu st 1 p m. 

Manager Fred Hutchinson said 
yesterday ht wasn't sure which 
members of ths team would be 
present, but gave assurance that 
Eddu (lbs kids* prefer ’’Spider*) 
Mazur would bs one of them. 
MAZt'B IS HERO 
Ed Mallek. KiwinU Cub 
member who controls ths safety 
pstroU: *Thos« kids like all the 
players, but Msiur Is really their 
hero.** 

Another treat also Is In stort for 
safety patrol members. Mors than 
400 of them will attend next Fri- 
day night’s hockey gams between 
the Cougars and Beattie Ironmen 
ss guests of tbs Victoria Hockey 
Club. 



Ev-in^ and^ Piggy- Arwlck. Boys' ' 
Ballon Race— Davs Strset, Rau 
Ream, and Keith AUan. Blindfold 
Race— Pat Hops snd Chuck Den- 
man. Beth WlUlams and A1 Wallace. 
Eva Webb and Fraser Nlcholmn. 
Suitcase Racs-^oyos Johnson and 
Leon Lindborss, Doris Glass and 
Dune Smith, Bar Hearn and George 
Kelson. 

MEET BIO IUCCE8B | 

Houss cheers beightsped ths ex- 
citement snd ths meet was generally 
hailed as a great succesa Ths stu- 
denU hops mors will bs held in 
the future. 

House standings after the bouse 
concerts and iporla meet are: 
Skeena. IM: Douglas, 134, s rd 
Fraser. 134. 

Mount Douglas distinguished her- 
self In two sports events last week. 
Fraser Nftholsoo snd Bud Webb 
were our only two entries in ths 
Univentty School road race, but 
they finished second and third res- 
pectively in a field of IS. In an es- 
hlblUoa Junior boys soccer gams. 
ML Douglas defsstad Mt. View 1-1 
Dunoan Smith scored ths thrss win- 
ning goals- 



By ELAINE MOORE 
sag RrBT ATKLNHON 
Msunt Douglas High School 
Our first Indoor sports meet tortc 
place In the auditorium on Wed- 
nesday, February 32. Our students 
separated Into their ' respecUvt 
houses for the eight events of the 
afternoon. Points gained wert added 
to the boon standingR. Praser come 
first with 38 points, Skeena second 
with 36. and Douglas third with 34. 
Also Included In the points were ten 
given to each house for good sports- 
manship. Winners of ths events 
were noL however, swarded points 
for their Indlvldusl block standings. 

WINNERS or BALT.K 
Winners of ths races, tlrsL ssc- 
QOd and third raepsctlvely wert: 
Basketball Dribbling Relay— Doug- 
I las. Skeens and Eraser. Obstacle Tin 
I Can Raci 



Bring the season’s fre^h. blithe 
colors into your rooms now. 
Let us ilip-cover your furni- 
ture. make new drapes for your 
w'indowf. Come in ir^rcct 
our .fine array of new fabrics. 



*T ant *appy when I work on the 
steeL When a man has build sorae- 
teeng like this ht has build soms- 
teeng to last.” 

With a pstent power chair which 
he designed and built during 32 years 
In ths steel construction trade In 
British Columbia, Jos can do ths 
work of four men. A big steel com- 
pany Is likely to buy tha machine. 
Meanwhile. Jos b pushing hb own 
towers into ths sky. solo. 

Joe's soaring mechanical baby, a 
A by I by 3-foot stssl box full of 
pipes and meters and chains, a com- 
pressor for paint-spraying, ^nd a 
motor, b a little lass eosy than an 
alsvator. 

But it does away with tha need for 
climbing sU the way up glrdrra. 
dragging op by man-powsred pul- 



it Free Estimates 



REMNANTS 
1 to 7 Yordf 

At Spseial Prices! 



FARMS GROW MORE 
Agricultural output In Britain b 
currently about 38 per cent above 
the prewar level. 



Norman Lldstone, Ted 
Johnson and Lcn Hargreaves. Nov- 
elty Tug-of-War— Delbert WlUlams. 
BtU Peterson and Dave Wakeiyn. 
Thrcad-the-Necdle Race— Kathleen 
MacKay and Tom Williams. Alary 
CAtms and John Oayton. Daphne 
Blake and Art Oorabh. Otrb* Bal- 
loon Race— Mary Atkin, Doreen 



leys, or standing around over thin 



y HURRAY! ^ 
O^'s in Cans- 
Better than Brer! 



Concert Successfully Staged 
By Oak Bay High School P.-T.A 



that the bsdmlnton tournament b 
nearly flnbhed. Most seml-flnab 
have been played off and If sU goes 
well ths flnab will be held thb 

week. 

‘HED FOB SECOND 

Last Mondsy. the Victoria High 
Senior Olrb forced our glrb out 
with a M-ll vtctory. Victoria’s 
Reuse Two boys are now tied with 
Oak Bay Greens for second position 
In the league standings after 
defeating the Greens 33-34 on 
Three more games in 



By GAIL OMSARA 
Oak Bay High Bebsal 

The Oak Bay High School Parent- 
Teacher AssoebUon held s variety 
ooDcort last Friday. 

Thb affair, which took place in 
ths school sudltorlum. was In aid 
of F.-TJL projects. Many parenu 
and Mends turned out to wUnsss 
tbs several successful performsness 
by vsrtoua students. 

Among ths numbers sung by ths 
Oak Bay High School OholF were 
‘’Where’er You Wslk,” from ths 
op e r a ’’Osaels,’* by Handel; the 
powerful hymn, *Te Watchers snd 
T« Holy Onss.” and Mendslsshnn's 
*T would That My Lovs.” ths totter 
by ths gtrb' diorus. Two sonp on a 
U^tsr vetn. ^A-rovbMr and ths all- 
B»i# vsnktn of *lClnc Arthur,** were 
also sojogred. 

SOLO DANCE 

Ras Evsodsn fsselnatM tbs 
aodtooes with bsr ^isrkllng solo 
danes, and Joyes Mtrtslss with her 



Good Support 
Given Chapel 
At Brentwood 



A splendid response to ths ra- 
openlng of Brentwood College Ms- 
Bwrial Chspel tost July was re- 
ported by Rev. Nnrman L. Lows, 
minbter, st its snnual meeting. 

' Re said there was a sstbfaotory 
shurrh attendance, financial sup- 
port. snd ths reorganlmtlon of ths 
^Sunday School. AVPAh Prastf 
Circle, Altar OuUd and choir, were 
showing good progress. 

Ths minbter noted thst volun- 
tsry tobor hsd eoovsrtsd part 
of Ihs basement of ths chapd Into 
ths Sunday School room, and that 
many gifts had been msds and 
promised by ths congrsgstlon. 



Best tor Cakes 
and Pies and' 
Tasty Fries! 



Thuntdsy. 
bow bMkKball were played after 
school Friday. 

On Tuesday the school was 
"Invaded” by members of ths Cana- 
dian Army ArtUlsiy iTSth Division) 
who set op machlrM guns and radar 
tor the benefit of the senior boys. 

Abo on ’Tuesday, during ths noon 
hour, a film was presented to Oak 
Bay sttMenu. It was sent to ths 
schockl by ths Christian Feliow^p. 

Perhaps ths news around ths 
school b ths great Intcr-houss 
’’track mssl'' to be held In ths 
sudltorlum next Friday Big things 
are planned snd everything b top 
secret. Anything san happen and 
probably will I 



F. Campbell Brown was elected 
peopla's warden, and ehurch com- 
mutes members named were T. 
Bermford. D. H. McKay. O. N. 
Kirkpatrick, R. Cross, R Watson. R 
Brown. A. B. HIU, R Shaw. Or. 
H B. Wood and W. Westoby. 

F. C. Brown was appointed toy 
deirgsts to ths Bynod and O. N. 
Kirkpaliick was named as altsraats. 
Rurl-dsoanal detagslai an F. a 
Brown, O. H. McKay and R A. 



A fsatun attraction was ths ptoy 
**Offks Dreams.’* p r e s ented by ths 
Drama Club under the dlrccUoo of 
Afbs K. Tou^. Starred were Km 
pnke u Ifr. Arterbury. Bmce Sum- 
mers M Mr. TrasfH, Tafib 
ak Mis Buckle. Joyes ' ACensies as 
Mbs Shspaloos. and Ruth AlUler ss 
Mbs pm. 

Turning ths spotlight on sports 
sottvtttos areond tbs school wa find 



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giving tenants notice of removal, ta 
a long-knowB custom and eHQ to 
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To Mark Half-Century of Canadian Mining Progress 



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TOflONTO. llAKh 4 CM. —1 
OBAftd*'* fthoknu oiinlDy todxPBtry 
tbU wwk-cn(t U cikhrallnc * half- 
eentury' of protrstt bp iho colorful 
anouAl iDteUng of Iho Procpccton’ 
and Dettlopcn' AMOclatlon. 
BtatltUctUy tlnro IWO K haa: 
Wr«Bt«d fretn th« earth and rock 
| 1 SJ 00 . 0004 K» and lumped annual 
production from KB.OOO.OOO to WOO.- 
000 * 000 ; attahUiho^ cltlw and tawna, 
and ktpl a ttnam of waalth flow- 
inf throkifh all Canadian Induitzy 
and pajTOliA. 

Humanly, tt haa bttn a atory of 
rlrJiea and heartbrtak and both will 
ba rmiraatntad at thafour-daj 

proapectorf lathBtlnf BOmalu 0 

to t. 

MEMORIES RECALLED 
A lot Of maxnoriea wUl ba broufht 
back by Uia piclura lallery alono— 
soma 600 plcturca colkcfad from 
acroai Canada of partons, many nos 
hUtorlc. many now forfottrn. 



Baya nderal Mlnaa MlnlaUr Me- 
0 «nti. tn arndlnf hU frrettnp: 
"Canadian pnintny baa conodTad 
tn tha llih centtay In coal dlfflnfs 
oa th# AUantle Ooaat and cradled 
iftroufh (ha backyraah of tha Cali- 
fornia fold niah Into tha Fraaer 
Valley of Brtilih Cotuwbla.lD 16 M, 
tha Cariboo (BrnUh Oolumbta) 
plAear aiacovorlri In IWi. tha world* 
renowned Klondyka Rush In HM. 
and the dUcovery of the rich oopper- 
nlcke] depotita to t|i* Sudbury, OnL, 
area coinrldrot with the coo- 
|tnjcUon of Ui* Canadian Fadfk 
RaUiray. 

mrORTA-NT discovert 
H oirever. It wal the dUcotery o! 
silver wealth of tha cobalt camp 



pine. OhL. »raa In IIQS; at Kirkland 
Lake. Oot.. ta } 0 Ur copper and alne 
at Pltn Plon; Man., in liir; copper 
and fold at Noranda, Qut, U> 1090 ; 
and radium and uranium at Oreat 
Bear Lake. N.W.T.. in ItSO. 

•AetoM Canada tha ^Inda* grew 
Into aatUementa ontU today thrlTinf 
eltlaa and toama tland taatlmoay to 
tha freat underground veatth that 
haa mad# Canada tha tarfmC pro- 
ducer In the world or nlckd, ai* 
bcatoa. and tha platinum .meiaU; 
the aecond Iaff«Bl of fold, alnc, 
radium, uranium and telenlum, 
and lha tduitb of aopper, lead and 
allver. 

**11 It alfnlfleant thU tomi of the 
most colorful dcrelopmenU tn the 



Steep Rock areaa In Ontario In IWS. 
and In tha Labrador-Qutbae roftem 
In 1 S 46 . and of depoalu of titanium 
ora In the AU rd iftkt area ftf 
Quebec tn INfl. . . . 

aeetns clear that tha world 
demand for moaljiroducta of tha 
mines will ronilnua To Incrtaaa ovar 
Ilia aeas and aa a main aourea of 
supply of theia producta, Canada 
ahbuld benefit to an tncreaalnf ta- 
lent. . . 

6% MORTGAGES 



toTmtarto to 1»3 Xhat broufht thcl 

Industry Into the HroeUfht of pubUc 1 Orealcat of Uwsa ft 



Intaraat. Proapectora trained tn 
thU camp ' fanned . out Into Viej^ 
wUdemeTA of Canada'# Northland 
and dlACOvered fold In iho Poren* 



Alberta Oil D/eivs 



moat* tlmaly wwa the discovery of 
tn the rich flelda of Ledue- 
Wocidbend and Redwaier In Al- 
beit#. . . . 

“Bo mewhat eomparabl# In tm* 
portanca were tha dlscoverSi fJ 
hematUa (Icon) deposlU In the 



Continuil Fmueup (or Mori- 
fSEC Fundi at 6 % Intereiu 
*!A First Mortfafe Loan . • * 
Your Salett lovaitmant'* 
(Contan Harry Foster) 
Day or Nifht— Pbona B 2101 

HawkM Fotttr* LM. 

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(JuPt North of The Bay) 



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By C. O. NICKLE 
Special ta Tha ColoalJit 
Alberu'a cdl industry. ahUitof Into 
hlfhar fear with advent of mlidtr 
weather, made new* this week with 
( 1 ) Mventaen veU-eompletlonj; ( 3 > 
anflouncemenU of a doxen new 
well-locaUoni; ( 1 > coounencamtnt 
of taatlnf at two wildcat# which 
#how oil •ncourmfcment In the 
Uftdlaoo llmeatone; ( 4 ) ahaip up- 
ward rtvUlon of Rwlwater market _ _ 
quotfti and adjuitment of quotas ] imperial faxmout a quarter-mlla 



The RoyalHa Company-Trald 
Lease* Ltd. team ttarted three Wfi * 
worWuf ihl# week on Ua Joint > 
14.042641 trio of quarter aectlon# 
In the Redwaier oil field. Th# ' 
Pacific Petroleums Oroup slartad a , 
fifth rlf to work at Redwatar; whlJa 
Imperlsl OU staked another two 
locations In that field. 

M..tual Holdtofs, a new Calfar? 
prlrafe coeopany. slaked location for 
ita Initial Lsdue tentura on an 



SERVICE TO THE INVESTOR 
—UNSURPASSED 

T. H. BURNS It COMFANY tTD. 

Plrvrl WIr* I* LmSIai MerbrI* 

Its cainaAL ama. 



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Montreal Industrials 



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tndoil Arr*B( 

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Of Rent Curbs 
New Setback 



WABHINaTON. March 4 HNS'. 
Chairman Maybank of tba Senate 
banking eommittea banded rent 
control backara a new setback today 
by announcing tha eommittea will 
not start hearings on tha Luca#- 
Myeri BlU unUt after AprU. 

Th* South Caroilnft Democrat 
•arller refuaad to Introdue* th# ad- 
ministration measure finally spon- 
lored by Senator# Locaa (D., XU.) 
and Myert lO. Pa.), rrtandtog rent 
controls beyond their June SO #*• 
ptratton data. 

Last week tha aoramlttaa shaved 
one mlUkm doUare from rent eon- 
trtA funds and reatrlcted their use 
to paying terminal leave for de- 
parting employtea. 

Maybank said that hla oommittae 
*ts very busy.** su'd that April Is 
th* earliest date for the hearings. 
This will shove any action of rent 
control extension agalnat the June 
go deedUne. 

Earlier, Ben. Cain (K., Waab i 
dcdaied that Lucas and Mycn 
fpnnsored their blU because the ad- 
ministration laced an “awkard 
attuallon- in th# face of Maybank'# 
positifko. 

Cain said that rent eontrol* are 
no longer needed. H* said: 

-Tht administration is lau In- 
terested In economic# and facta than 
tn pollUca.” 

Cain also charged Wood* and hi* 
aides with "a far greater regard for 
their Job*" than In eaalng rent con- 
trol as "quickly aa poMlbla" 



for cthar Oentrel Albert* fields. 

TeiB of the wtek's eompletlona are 
oU wen*, with eomblned open flow 
potential of IIJIT barrel* dally. 
Right at Redwaier flushed at com- 
bined rate of 10.464 barrels dally 
One at Woodbend showed *66 bar- 
rels daily, while on* tn Turner 
Tetley rate# 437 barrel* dally. Six 
completions, on# at Redwater. live 
wildcat, were fallura. One, at Way- 
brook, waa a natural gaa discovery 
tn th* Cretaceoua but completed In 
water-beeiing Devonian coral reef 
to permit long-term atudlaa of 
water relaUonshlps irlth the nearby 
Redirater field. 

SIX IN REDWATER 

The week's ntw iocatlooa Inchid* 
rfa to th* Radweter field, three to 
the LMuCfWopdbend field*, on* to 
th* StatUer field, e wildcat near 
Oyen to probe extent of tha recently 
. discovered gea reaervt, and a wild- 
cat at BoUoqu* Lake. 

ProductloD-wlsa. bast new# came 
from Redwater whoe* oU well* have 
been curtailed for teveral week* 
to between 30 end 60 barreU dally 
by temporary ahortag* of handling 
taclUUea. Effectlva March 1 . Im- 
pvlol Oil. tha major purchaaer, 1 # 
•ceeptlng dellveriM at M beireU 
dally per wall. Brltleh American 
OU. th# other major purchaaer. 
haan‘t yet announced market quota, 
but irtU probably etep up aeoep- 
tanoat. Redwater production la ex- 



from production. The Te*aco-Mc 
OoU team ttaked looatloo for An- | 
other driller In th# aouthweto tector ' 
of Leduc: and th* Booh*-Axi| 9 o* ( 
C. 6 i 1 teem epottad another alt# 
la th* Woodbend township. 



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1002 Government St. 



01124 (9 Linee) 




FOR RENT 

Suitsble for aalomobn* bailoeti er light Indattry. Ofle-etofy« 
brick, doimtoirv baiMtng, with cement floor. Area eppre^- 
msicly H.OOO iqntre feet. 

J. H. WHITTOME & CO. LTD. 

901 GOVERNMENT ST. 14211 

Atk for T. t. MONK 



A. E. Aniea & Co. 

BmsImmA EAPmktlptiAd JMf 



roaowTo 



Toroerto Stock Exchaafe 
llofHreal Stock Ezekaafe 

Rayml Trwt BaOdtog • 613 Tk* StnaU Tktada. KC 
Talqihoaei E 41 TI 

HoirretAk wtwwiBtw vAHcoin^a wfWToet towoow, t»»o. 



The Harry O. Penman Adrertli - 1 

pteted to rl#a beyond 35 JOO barrel* Agency he* now »ov^ lU , 
dally, ; omo« from th* Central Building. > 

The Redwatar thanga atteeu to qq view, to larger and more «n- ] 
tom* extent other Central Alberto ' v(,nlent premise# el 605 Broughton 
fields which have been benefUlng street. Just up from Government j 
from Redwater'# handling prob - 1 <rh, bead of th* Arm. Harry O. ; 
Icms. 'hi Leduc- Woodbend. Im- | penman, is weU known In Vlcto^ 
perlal has oet D 3 eon* well quota Indeed throughout (he Peelflo 
at 10 barrel*, while D 3 and Crete- Northwest, for he we# acUv# In the 
eeoua well# ar# allowed 60 barrels | e^vortUIng buslntes In BeeUl*. 
each dally. BrItUb American'# D 3 conducting an offle# unrttr his own ' 
March accyitoDC# Is W barrels ' n^ma there for 30 years. Born and 
dally, while o 3 end Cretaceoua M *<iuc*ted In Glasgow, Scotland. Mr. 
go barrel*. In January and Febni- , penman received hi* flfrt bustnee* 
■ry Impertal * Leduc quota wea* 105 : ^^Inlng In thel elty, A# a young 
barrel* for D 3 and 65 barreU forjj^n be left for Rangoon, Bunn*,| 






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the shellower wells. 

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where he got hU flrel Uato of ad- 
vertising work, conducting an offlee 



Grain Prices 



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Traders Win 
Long-Shot 
During Week 

NEW TORK. March 4 in. — 
Stork treder* won e b»g-*hot bei 
this ireek. 

DvspM* th* threat of economic 
dlraMer cuiilalned' In Iht coal 
ttrlke. the market registered the be- 
lief that th* coal miner* would be 
berk el work before hn Industrial 
iJowdoivn reached euch proportkina. 

At the eeek-end It tewned likely 
that the otarkeV had been right At 
noon Siturday. emy tlgn pointed 
to the likelihood that eoai kouH 
be mined Monday on a Urge scale. 

Oo Saturday, a eurg* of buying 
was th* first reaponae to overnight 
news of th* atrOt* seUlement. Tn 
fae* of the heavy prom-toktng sales 
which dcvelopad almojit im- 
medUlely, a IIMU ; -ogrew wa# 
mads. More than 50 ueun sold at 
Ihetr highest prtee* for 1646 -W. 

Salea expanded to IIOJOO ahare* 
frtan 630.666 a week ago. 



imseruri aeceptancee from wmi a naUvt staff and under very 
Joseph Lake. Excelsior and While- j different eondlUona from thoa# pre- 
mud formerly 85 barrels dally, vailing today, 
have been set lor March at 60 bar- j Shortly before the first war he 
rels- whll# OoWen Spike weUs. came to Vlctorta with the »l|n 
formerly allowed 300 barrels dally, going Into buslnee# here. RealUl^ 
are lowered to 225 berreU. BrltUh | (be opportunlUe* for training to be 
American, buying *» the StolUer , b«d acme* the Una. be went down 
oU end part of Exc« 1 *!ot'a hasn't j io SeetUe. only to letyrn to Vlc- 
vat eel loeclfle quotas • torto to enlist at the outbreak af 

Industry Interest h*a #wun| to ' w. Returning from oversee* In 
two Alberta wlldtaU which att cas- , ib 2 » he decided to eonUmi* hi* 
tn« this week preUmlnery to ecldlii- , original plan tnd gain experience 
toe and tasting the Madison lime- m SeaiUe. Within * year he waa 
iinne In Ui# eouthern foolhlUa. ^ operating his own agency, not re- 
J^iito Otl Company-. PtAWko turning to Vlctorta unUl 1 >M. He 
SI » SXr-V«uu« U,.» »Ub.Ul»d U,. bb,ln«. u»t 

farmmrt, will ten poroalty. Iractur- 
iag and oil ttalnlng In the Madison, 
topped at 1 A 12 feet. On the West 
I central Plain*. OUeara Can^Un 
I DrllllDf Company will teet oil abow- 



haa groirn steadily ever since. 

In 1646 he waa Joined by J. L. 
Henslowe oo Lb* Uttar's return 
from oveireea Prior to th# war 
Mr. Htnalowe had had many yearn' 
ir.\hrMadi*on at lU BartlMSd experts In tha newipaper ad- 
a BUiwUnd- vertlJtlnt field. In 1646 , aa the 
^ I , reached groelng actMtlea of th# firm called 

Owen C. JulL prevtoualy of Radio 
or toaser-ahould N Station CJVl. entered the oiganla- ' 

boUi well# over the next two weeia 

Six of IhU week*. Redwstfr com- ^ , 

man. Advertlstng. Is fully equipped 
to handle all phaae# of advertlstag. | 
both In the retail and lutkmal t 




ptetton* were drilled by Imperial, 
five being oil wells and one a dry 

Iwle. The week’s compleUons boneW 



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Impertort toUl /J 1 L»%«t 4 ^ Pmm£n hinmM puu 

to 127 . CanadUh ^1 Comi^T ^ ^ different 

placed another two Redwster counUie# and in four different Un- 

oh production, to raise total ^ 
ducera In that flrlrt to . 37 . Trie 
British Amertean-MIchel Oil* team 
pUeed it* second Itodwetor oil w«n 
on produeUoti. 

WELL PRODVriNO 

At Woodbend. the CanadUn In- 
dependent teem of Boma-Angto-C, 

B E. rocceaafaUy completed Ita 16 th 
oU well: while at Turarr Valley 
Hr«>e Off Company pUoed another 
IgMUBtin llaMeton* oU wefl on rteady 

production 

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ftvre drilled by 0 ># Bamedan-Hoc»- 
lulu-Seeboard grew of Amartean 
oil cnmpaaJe*. on# at P#Uc*n 
■ad th# other nmr WabUJuiw, Im- ^ 

(ivtal OU. to addition to lU Way- 
bimk rompUtlcm. faOed to find 
ufcdiKMon at tt* EvehlD venture: ^ 
while Rio Bravo Oil Company aban- 
4 oacd tU eemnd Halkirk venture 
and the PbcIRc pwtrote ni ns-Wunray- ^ 
p^aqe lUvwr Natural Gee Company 
kam BlMndooed it* Ptmee Covp* 
t«si. 



BrtlorM MIrm LMtod 

(Nosi-feraoital Uqbiltty) 

DIVIDEND N*. 52 
NOTICE 1* berbr giken 
that an Interim Dividend ol 
10 cent* per ehart iTlt been 
declared on tlie paid-up 
capital stock of the Com- 
pany, payable on the ISik 
d^ of April, lOJO, to ihire- 
hroden of rrrftfd et of 
Mirch 24tT>. P50. 

Ily Order of the Board. 

RONALD H. GRACE. 

Secretary-TreAiuref, 
Vancouver. B.C., 

March 2nd. 19S0. 



Like-the artist 
we use^kill in blending 

We ar« oHea aaked what epeeia] quality makaa 
*BI#rk A Vbito'* eoeh exrrllrvit Seo0L With 
eonfideoce we anvwe/ that the eerrel la in the 
blending. Wa draw tba finest whiakie* from 
ibe fanoaiScotlieh diatiOeriae end blend them 
together in ©nr own eperial wey. Tb© teenlt 
ia *-Blatk & While"-* perfrrl bleod of SroUb 
Whisky. .dfHwys ask for "Black A Whitot" 

/4<^ * 

BUCHANAN’SI 

BlACKiWHin' 

SCOTCH WHISKY 

DistitUd, BUndad and Botflad In Scotlofi) 




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odvcrtiifniut in not pubUehod 06 diepUyod by Uto Uq— - 
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-MWWK FRANCIS 
ji07 . Victoria 



Phone E4136 



R. N. E. HARRIS, CXM, 



Here are 2 Borden tips 

for wise women!” 



£AGL£ BRAND (a thick, smooth biend 
of pure milk and fine cane auger) ia 
tops for delidoua candiea. puddings, 
cookies and ice cream! 



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^ • aPmSM COLUM0IA 



The Cutlass Empire 

By W. VAS WYCE MASON 



CHAPTER Vm (OootloUedI 1 1 
"OMa Mood.** frowkd JACk Mor* t 
fit ^f»t#rlne U»4 cur.vaia.UMMt lur Uic . 
first Ume. *Th»l ain’t foing to I 

y the new OuYnor of JamAtfik.** * 

Ai If recAlUnf a hAU*torfoUefi 
BiAtter MorgAn cAlied down the 
table to Murrto. 7U a long while , 
Alttce I*Te*bAd the leaM InteUlscoce , 
• of whAt ohAiiotrd in jAinAlCA since , ] 
the roAtoraUoo ot our moet noble { | 
King. 'Can jou give me aught bjr j 
- wray of new*?’' - - 1 1 

“Why. D’Oyley had )u»t been I- 
placed b; my Lord Windsor, me ; I 
Ouaemor* 1 1 

"Well, ihere’t been etiU another * 
guv'Dur elnct Wlndeor — Sir Cbarlet 
LytUeUKi— Ood bleea him -who ha* 
pmv^* MorrU aununoned an ex> . 
iravagimt wink In du RauMet'k di- | ' 
yectlon. “a very friendly *orl. He 
ha* a tar?'* sympathy and under- 
•tandlnc o’ u* Captains o' Uie Con- 
fedt-racy and wlU wriu an honest 
Rmtber bit conunlAskm rlgbt teadUy 
without dlekertoE for a hoggish 
prrceoUgs'* j 

The Cheyaller alUmpied. but did 
pot quite succeed, lo^oonceal bU 
pique at the fact that, latterly the | 
OoTemor of Jamaica had been com- 
peting all-loo-elfecUvely .for the 
tr.i'-ir and MiUuuhit Of prlratem : 
and buccaneers. | 

••Then the King's power has UcQ = 
well and Uuly established?" 

••Aye. His Orsetous Majesty King 
Carles n HU firmer on his thrcM 
than any monarch In -the world.” 
None of Ihoee piwsent bad eeen 
the Oovemor dtaappear'djuletiy Mil 
of the green door through e hlch i 
Morgan had gUmpaed an Intriguing 
flash of auburn hair. | 

Bernard Deschamin, Chevalier du , 
BausMt. Tor so anuU a ^n could. , 
on occasion, bwlt' eiirefneljr dan- ■ 
grt .us He did so now In his cabinet. ! 

-Sacre nom d'une femme eo- 
cclnter be wu bleelngHn slbUant ' 
French. “How dare you to disobey ] 
mr? If you have spoiled my Uitl# ' 

echemc.. Bam. da DMil. XU. J 

bri' » battAA Cut a r. • 

acroM the stem! How would you 
like that?’ ' 

The red-haired girl, standing ao^ 
In-i 'ik ii'ly before an open window. 
In her light blue gown, made a moat 
effective gesture. She folded her fan, 
drawled. "Probably Just as much, 
mun cher. as you would enjoy find- 
ing al* Inchci of steel beneath 
j.Mir armpit? Once more, what do 
you wish of me?” 

Du Rauaaet caught her wrist, drew 
her* doner. "Alora if you wouhj 
spare jrounielf the punlahroenu re- 
served to a rebcllUMM sUve. you wUl 
Intrigue hts fancy, win his affection 
and then learn that which lies 
burled In the depths of hto mind.“ 
The Chevalier paused, sucked in 
bU lower lip and reflertlvely nibbled 
on It. "Do not deceive yourself, 
this Renii Morgan will not be easy 
to eosen. For me H la of the first 
' tmportaoce that you charm him. 
Fall me In this and I’ll end by 
having you tossed naked into the 
door ot a common bordelle!’* 

"And — yuur ultimate intention 
with Uila KngUa hm an?" 

Tba Chfvallcr drew faimaetf up. 
*I may make of this fellow either a 
great sea captain— perhaps even an 
•dmlral— or a target for that polg- 
bard you are so fond of." 

Carlona’i hand crept up mech- 
Entcaliy to test a huge chignon of 
•opper-tinted tresses drawn Into a 



I 0oasy ring above the pale cum of 
bar neck. , 

Ma f >i« ' 8t.f smiled. "Monsieur ' 
Is CapUAlDe Morgan would sppear 
t<r be enteri n g upon a most In- 
tere st i n g phasmC his carver.** 

Entering the room alone— a last- j 
minute whim had pleased the Oov- ' i 
emor to allow Morgan to preeent j < 
; himself— the Golden Future's cap- 1 ; 
I tain pukli^d op^ a carved ma- ^ 
hiqiany door* i^nd halted oh the * 
jthreshedd. 

Dm hlgh-heckd. aUppers of ycUow 
; kid, the'young'wamnn called Car-' ' 

I lotta stood straight, alert and In^ 
' desc'rlbably dainty near a easement j 
window. Actually, much leas than | 
rive feet In height, she seemed | 

' taller becau*e of her oiender body's 
perfect proportiona. 

I Neither spoke — only suiod facing . 
In fascination on qne anotheiv-each 
woi becoming aware that from new 
on their lives CouUt nevsr proceed ’ 
at a former tempo Morgan was 
leUiDg himself that Lliis siiltry-eyed 
girl most suggested one of those . 

! perfectly proportioned ixnsgce of a ' 
^.lovely sslnt such as one might dls- 
cover In any Catholic country. 

' I For her part Carlotta de s..r.rtowi! ; 
y Ambolse remained, equally mo- 
, Uonlras and quite as aware of this 
' ' moment's "bvenrhelmlng ImpUca- 
I lions. What a curious flgiire of b 
^ = nnzt this was. Bomebow, she had 
, expected Moruler le Capit^oe to 
[ stand taller, and to te red-faced 
f and very Wood— 41ke moit ? ’ r“. 

men. Prom bead to too her eyes 
I studied this stalwart figure framed 

I In the doorway. 

I I Olru de Oleu! Vitality character- 
1 lord his every aspecll Bhe etood 

I quite ready now to credit Bernard's 

I tale of how this Englishman had. 

^ I by sheer strength, beaten down and 
' ' smashed Yvee Thlbaulfg defence. 

“Small wonder Bernard 
' future." ahe thought, "and yet, 
t lor an inv deviltry written in bU 
f I eyes, there Is great IxuolUgence In 
> ' hU high forehead as well ' i<n- 
*iA4>nAtlon BN<i sc niltlvl tv about hU 
" Trarm^ ‘ 

u "My name Is CarloltE** 

_t ’'Buraiy you have a family name?" 
oT "But yee. Listen well, for iuat 
^ I this once will I tell you of that. 
>t My father woo— and Is — el Almlr- 
t. ante Conde Don SebasUaa dr Ban- 
i. dovaJ." Bha spat suddenly onto the 
- floor, reminding Morgan more 
h poignantly than ever of a Ugre klt- 
o ten. “See? I spit on bis cold end 
I cruel Castilian aoul." 
g ! ’'How did the admiral, srour father. 
4 ' earn such devoted affection?” 

'* * "I despise him for his faith and 

II j the cruettlce be hae perpetrated In 
n I iu name, also for his undoubted 
•a { succem at exterminating the poor 

‘ Indians " Again Carioita's exprea- 
n I Sion underwent a rapid metamor- 
d phosls. “My mother, le bon Dieu 
f. grant her eternal peace, was French, 
ly As her name suggents, her family for 
It many centuries ruled the comte of 
I). Ambolse." 

ly And this was the Chevolier'a slave? 
le j Why. 'twos utterly Impossible! Bhe 

looked M fresh, eo young. It seemed 
n hard to believe that already she 
I had been married— and widowed. 
P |A MCOnd.Ilkhcr, however, lent the 
a Impression of a beacUong aadjMe- 
n I slomtf nature wMch would but in 
I- ^ brook contradiction of an ardent 
I and eerunious dlspoeitUm. 

1- To Be Continued 



Hnfl Driver^s Licences, 
But Wrong Ones; Fined 



Bailu (Solonist vif**f*A 



A Bkotorist who had French and 
English driver's Ucedcea but not one 
for Bri»t.>n ( '’’’imhi*. was fined M 
by MoglstraU U O. HaU in city 
. polke coorl Friday. 

Ha la wnriring , 1023 Pan- 

dora Avefthe. who pleaded gulTty to 
' tbs charge. Be al^ pleaded guilt;* 

: to E speeding charge and was fined 
•1&. 

. Hocking e«i{Wlned to the magis- 
trate he has slricc obtained a Brltlsb 
'Crdumbts Boeooe. .He said be hae 
been hi the prarliKe nine monihe 
bui hod ohly been driving here a 
"Cohort lime. 

I PU:AD8 not CnLTT 
I Robert Wtry. charged with re- 
wlBtiPg a police officer In the exeru- 
! tlon of hie duly, pleaded hot guilty 

• aiH] remanded to.thb inommg 
for trtoL _ 

I>>vey was. arreeled by Constable 

* Keith HoDetl early jreslcfdfy moro- 
' Ing. 

FINED 

W 

Pleading guilty to a careless driv- 
ing charge. Betty May White. 2730 
Mount Stephen Avenue, was fined 
, Otty pinsfcuiof Cf"‘i<U’L KmC- 
I ’ risen said the charge was laid after 
' a cqr_drtven by the woman ; a 



tree on Queen* Avenue on February 
I 23. Mrs. While, be eaM. lUted eha 
’ had «arni4 to' tnlia a deg. 

.WUUam H. Oueuktte. MO Dune-, 
din Btreet. pleaded guilty to a care- 
lee* driving charge and wa* fined $38 
and had his driver's ttcence sus- 
pended. *111* charge wu laid after 
' an accident at the intenwetkm of 
j^ak. Bay Avenue - and RirhoumU 
Road. PchruAix 38. 

' Alexander KUpairIck. 388! Lan- 
caster Road, pleaded not guilty lo a 
. carefrs* driving charge and wu 'ke- 
' manded to Thursday for trlaL 
I Charge wu laid after an accident 
February 24 on BcUeviUe Btreet 

Proposes Plan 

NANAIMO, March 4-— SetabUeh- 
mrnt of a world government In 
which member nstlona would have 
> to exerciM conslderabla restraint 
I M far u nsUonallam wu concemod. 
wu mrtvneated by John A. Steven- 
^ »oa nf r^"lianj^l!vn'.Prcas.OH- 
kry. during an sd.tiiM to the Ni- 
: n-:m.i Canadian Club, 



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Blend BAOLE BRAND SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK, 
lemon juice, grotod lemoo rind or lemna extract, and ifg yoUtt. 
You’ll find Eagle Brand blebd* perfectly with the other ingredientw 
For It'i a bleod itoeU —a thkk. Knocth blend of pure milk and ftu 
cane sugar. 

Pour taito a baked pie shell. Add erwm of tartar to egf 
whites; beat until olmoat stiff enough to bek] a peak. Add sugar 
gradually, besting until stiff but not dry. Pile lightly eo pie 
fUling. B^e In moderate oven (335’FsJ^S minute*, or ontfl 
brown. Cool before eerviag. 

FREE! BhI* Brand Recipe Book (70 reripea no 
le«al). Bend posted to The Bordea Com- 
puiy. Limited. Grocery Products Dept.. 
Bpadina Crescent. Toronto, Ontario. ' 



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8ERV1CB . . . One of the (hiiding Priociple* of Thomson’s 
Fonerai Home , . . and owe of the »o*t important fsetors to 
W 1 W tho rggptet wnd vowfid M va «f tb« peopla of VktoriE 



Off BOROeNS mPOMTSP- 

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Bofdwn't It thw finw, nourishing evaporated milk pott 
should inaiat on for your little darUng'a forreulaa. 

There’s extra aunahine Vitamin D in every pent to 
help^grow good, aound bones and teeth. A truly great 
milk'for babies. 

A great milk for cooking, too. Makes the tmoochett 
soupa^aod puddings ever. Tnr It — rhara t no Anar 
•raporwlaif milk than Boron's. 

HtHrEvoporatad Milk Radpc Book (rnwr $0 lovnrtewO- Bend 
Bosteard to The Bordu Compuy. Umhed. Qraary 
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Three-Drawer Cheat 


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Plate Dresaer Mirror 


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Manufacturer’s Clearance of Drapery Fabric 



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NO. 71— NINETY-SECOND YEAR 



ill (her (iitutioii 



Silver Gloves Prov ide Plenty of Action 



Virloria KitfhtPM Show, to Ail\auta^r 

\e« (ihampionHliips ^ 

Woo0< iru tclcotcd 'M the. lAinnt 
k»er. . _ ! 

Moit gportogahllke ftv&rd went | 
to Freddie Baker of BU FauTi Atb* 
letie Club, erho took the IM-pouod 
title by decUlonlof Srule Calverley 
of Nortli Ward. Calvertry had earlier 
Mor^ a technlcat knockout over 
Howard Ambercromble of Ijangley. 

One of the be&t bouta waa the 
r.0-pouiij final beiwren Campbell 
Paimer of Haney and Bnrlo Borg- 
Atad of Eagle^Hmes. Palmer counted 
repeatedly with a good left to take 
the title. 

Biggest crowd'pleaaer waa the 90- 
pound final between Frank Deegan 
of Eagle>11mea and Prank Copley 
of NorUl Ward. The young eem*' 
batanU cam# up with a real alug> 
i feat, with Uecgan takUig the crown 
aa hia more aggremlva opponent 
found dUBcully getting Inside hU 
longer roach. 

The 147-pound final waa over In 
^a hurry. Hugo Lott of W»tem 
Athirtir Club weiUiered a terrlftr 
early flurry by Jerome Wilson of 
Ladner and replied with a vicious 
ettack of hb own to knock out hb 
Fraaer Valley opponent at 1:15 of 
the first round. 

Results follow: t 



wpt»one«ii and wait- i 
tng few blows. Uoyd Tatvouney of! 
Esquimau Boxing Club gained a 
>>pultr decision over Norm Jorgen- 
son of Burrard Athletic Club. Van- 
couver. in the flyweight final of the 
BrUlah Columbia Silver Gloves 
Touniement at Bey Street Armoury 
last night. I 

Tahouney, Vancoui^er Island 8li- 1 
vrr ^y, was the unanimous choice ' 
of 11:9 Columbia^ 

BUver Boy with Jorgenson. Van- ■ 
eouver BUver Boy, named runner- ^ 
up. I 

Tahouney counted polnU t 
w1th'^ hard left and steadily built , 
up his advantage in the later 
rounds. A hard left to the mouth i 
tn the lint round severely 
the Vancouver boxer, who never 
fuUy recovered. 

&‘*:**g Club produced 
the most champions with title* 
holders In the 100. 113, IIS end 136- 
pound divisions, but Eagle *^me 
Athletic Club, srtth r!’’nfra L*v *.v 
6Q, 30 and 00-pound divisions, com- 
piled enough polnta wlUv seconds j 
and thirds to take the Joe PhlUlponi ' 
Trophy. The final count wes 18 | 
points for Eagle-Tlmcs and 15 for 
Esquimau. 

Buddy PeasaoD of Eagle-Tlues, 
Klfiner of the Ob-peund title, re- 
; Ihe riud the Jnd^v* S- TTv*:rt 

I scientific boxer. He decisloned ' 
I Jimmy Woods of Isqulmalt In the i 
I semi-final and outpointed Dick ' 
1 Doerkaen, Raney, Hv the final, with | 
{'a great counter-punching display. 



At* WIr'vphrtiCi 



Irlsh-brcd Noor made K two victories In row over Calumet Fanns' groat ClUUon ^Tslerday by 
winning Ban Juan Capistrano Handicap at Santa Anita la photo nnlsh after terrific stretch 
duel. Noor. on outside, Is seen charging up Ju.vi before wire with Jockey Johnny LAvngden 
riding hard. His horse got up In last Jump. Story on Page 21. 



Diainoiuls Flash liiipressiv e F(»riii 
III Dowiiiiiif €. and €. lo Win B.(l Tille 



Vanrwuver— Slater 5. Marlntoah, 
Dprelhy Vincent 13. Daryl Vli»rrnl 
N. MrUerwiaU I, L. Mrllrmietl 18^ 

Filnrrafhrr *. MrKcBJte 4, M«m1- 



VANCOUVER. March 4 cr«.-Tf | 
the Canadian women's senior *'A'* 
basketball champkinshlp Isn't re - 1 
Ulned In BTiH!«h »*-*- ^r. : 

F-.‘t WtU h«v» rr.n-.? TTp ( 

something eireptlnn w L . 

EUrr's Diamonds, who won Uie I 
Brithh Columbia champtnnahip by I 
downing Nhrtorla C. At C. In thg . 
swond game of a be*t-of-three { 
series hers tonight, flashed imprea- 
jrtyf form to become fsTorlles for 
the title held by thefr defeated up- I 
ponents. ^ 

FLENTT or KFEED | 

Showing plenty of rpeed. the'Van- ' 
couverltea ran to a convincing 85-33-1 
win tonight after having taken the 
opener Frldsv by a 60-43 eoiuvt. 
Ellers, built around the Nut House 
squad which lost the British Colum- 
bia final to Victoria by a narrow 
margin Isat season, opened up a 
13-3 le wd In the first quarter and 
srere ahead 33-11 at the half lo itUl 
any lingering doubta about their 
superiority loser4>whr> entered ttie 
serlea after having only played one 
exhibition game, srers never In Uve 
picture. 

KRABE HONORfi 
Noreen Btnddsrt and Dorothy 
Vincent shared sroring honors with 
13 points each, while Louise McDer- 
mott scored ten. Victoria's fCepriedy 
sisters, no and Marlon, who scored 
30 potota In the first game, were 
well checked and accounted for ant? 
13 pointe with Marlon scoring nlna 
Vt them. 

I Winners will leave shortly for the 
I East, playing provincial champions 
I en route until the Western chatn- 
I plon has been decided. *nie Cana- 
I disn final will Ilkgly beUn Toronto. 

; with Montgomery Malcb, last year's 
’ nnaltfts. likely to provide the op- 
I popttton for the Westerners. 



IJnr-ups and scores: ^ 
Vklorla^M. Kennedy 9. I'. Rrn- 
nrdr 4. C. Kennedy 3. filephens, 

.^U>IU 1, Frli*jr»-« 4, Prtcrwm Z. 



^ ~<WtosUI fbaUA. 

Coaeh Tommy Maher. Wally 
Lynch. 100-pound division, and 
PhlUlponl. Front row; Frank 
Deegan, 80-pound winner, and 
PhU McLeod. TO-pound champion. 



by Owner Joe PhiUiponl. Pictured, 
left to right, back row: Enrln 
Borgstad. 80-pound runn«r-up: 
Buddy Pearson. 90-pound winner; 



■agle-TIma AthloHm 4RuW of 
Vaneouvar piled vp meat polnU tn 
9XJ. BUver Olovas leureay last 
night to eaptura trophy donated 



OSes 



eeu*»r SMU-Tmet, Ceel 
OlA4M>n. Vietsrte. 

Se-PeunC SudCy 

e«u»n Ksslr-TUiM. dadt 



To Brollier in Siiiirle 



Baflumertflit— Wsroe anbenacD. Vie- 
(»ri« d*rli’4n over Craie Orar. Haner 
pMttentaicbV- tmla r*)rarly Vieierle 



iBc&mldt. Pella>. 7 U: 4. Peataa, Planae 
IK. aK-tSi, lO'AS; I, Boiu>n, Ilarri.oa 
(Mslaheri. U 4S. i, Beatoa. Pairaeo 

(Rent;, K. ObHXi, IS U. PaDalUaa; Xsan. 

BaUiO. Kr’a 

MovTWEAi. s. nnrsco i 

yvrat eartedt t. Woetraal. 1tl<‘fiArd 
(Dttsaaali. Le«e>. S.33; 3. Chtr^fo. Me«i- 
anko ■Wanilar). SSI. PeealUaa. MtCatf, 

MaeKay. 

Saaat.d aarled: S. Meotraal. Moadell 
(WuKar'. 13 «S. PanaiUaa: aueen. Har- 
Tff. PrrttM. 

TWird aarVoe; < MMirael. Oreva'.la 

IMarnton). id}. PenaUtM' MtCaif. 

Plchara 



Taraate . 
Masiraal 
Na« Vark 

WaaMa 

Cktaata 
Mm ni 
Sate, 



se-eoupd riaa* -Prank Oeegen. Vae- 
rantar Caeta“>Mtc, daaUlae eiat Piaak 
Coplar. VicMrta 

TO-eevne tiaaa— Pbll Urte«d. Vaocenfar 
■aelauibax dauaVMi artr Jack Pord, Due- 
flan 

•e-SQVBd rlfltt— Campball Peletar. Kanty, 
dacuifln »«at imsa Wwfftad. Venaegaar 

gaffiailfliaa 

se-eound tlaie— Wttddy Paflraafl.,Vflaae«- 
ear SaciaUsafl, dflruton flaaa OUk Doark- 
aan. Har.ar. 

res-flognd claaa— Karvifl XatuutM. Ft*- 
Soru. dariaHm «v*r ArlaU DaK Heoer 

m-peend rla u Uey d Talweear. 
mali. erer Nprai Jorfatiave, Par- 

rard. - ^ 

tll-pe«nd claaa— WarnaJlMbartaati. la- 
nlnali. dtcUloa aaar Dec DuaUa, Mae 
waatmlnatcr. 

13S-9flond (laaa-Ptad lakar. Pt Pnl'a, 
Sacltlaa flaer Smia Caleertay. Neetb Ward. 

)lS.pogi>d elaae-larala LaCaavaa. St. 
PagV*. dKPaifln eaer IIIl CoBnedflrt. 
Cbtllieark. 

UT-pnund rtaia-Koyo tall. Waaiam. da- 
■tairm naar Saraii Wllafla. Uadnar. 

IM-peiiBd riaaa Rtabard Ciatka. War- 
rard. anl; cMeatiior 



Chick Harberl 



Toronto Maple Leafs moved with- 
in seven points of the league-lead- 
tng Detroit club last night by edging 
the Wings, 3-3, In a rugged SJtJ^ i 
game played before 13.874 Toronto 
fant. 

At Montreal. Canadiens climbed 
past the Rangers Into third place 
by scoring a 8-1 win over Chlr? 2 ? 
with 13.740 on hand as Boston > 
Bruins kept play-off hopes alive I 
srith a 5-1 triumph over the Blue- 
shirts before 10.033 Beantosm fans. 

HEAVY GOING 

Tempers were short In Uie heavy 
going at Toronto and ear-h club suf- I 
fered an Injury although both . 
players returned to action before , 
the game was over. Ted TJndvay, 
league-leading scorer, required eight 
stitches for a cut over his rye while 
Leafs' Bin Exlnlekl hod a nostril c*it 
by Bid Abel's skste. Mss Beni /y 
swept In abme on Harry Lumley at 
1:90 of the third period to eount 
the winning goal after Undssy had 
squared It six minutes earlier on a 
breakaway pass from Jack Stewart. 

GOOD PBOTICTION 
Flaying without Bill Duman and 
giving Jerry McNeil, borrowe d fTOm 
I Cincinnati Mohawks, good pntee- 
^ lion. Canadiens had It all over the 
Hawks. Maurice Richard banged tn 
Ms 14th goal of the season to give 
Montreal the lead. BIS Moslcnko tied 
It up before the end of the first 
period but Ren Mosdell fired the 
winner In the eecond period and Lee 
OravellP added the cllocher early 
Id the third. 

I Bommartas: 

ToftoNTO s. nmorr s 
Pint atrlfiS; t. yemtfl. X«anfl4r 
(Bains. JuaflAt. S;1T. pMflUy, Mtilk«. 

PflcAnS p»rlfle. I. TflraiiU. tHMflfln 
$ 4>. 3. OflUflll, Cflfll'it* |UM>. IS 11. 
renflRtM' Bfliniil. Ufl4MT, M^««. Ts«m- 
•M, Btrllke 

Twre MMOfl 4 Dflrell. tiDSm iSt**- 
•ri>, 3 lli S, TetflAMi. Bflrtltr rrt«grfle<. 

' C la PMflltlfl* 3«fl<li, aitvan, Otliilkl. 
UAStflr. 

aosToe a mtw topk i 
fVfli pAHAfl I. Tflrt. XAlvtia 

• •KrUi. IT 31 Pflaaltm: DaaS. raoun 
I BavanS aarlae. S. Pfl*1a*i, Dueian 
<BbSsMI. ralflt, 13 SS. Panaluaa BMalla. 

I **rsi»e aartfld: I. awtAa, 



Ronnie Rowe 
Takes Lead 
In Score Race 



8T. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 
4 IINB).^-Chlck Hsrbert stroked 
himself Into a Ua with Jack Burka 
(•-1-:.* for the lead tn tha annual 
tlO.OOO, 73-hole 8t. Petersburg Open 
golf tournament. 

The Ryder Cup star shot Ms sec- 
ond straight 65 to get even with 
young Burke st 303 strokes each at 
the 54-hole mark Burke used up 89 
swings to go vrlth hln prevlnua pair 
of 6Tx Both are id under par. 

Henry Ranson and dark horse 
Toby Lyons, of Warren, Pa. each 
305. Ranson't 84 was tha best 
recorded of the day by the more 
than 60 golfers still In tha field. 
Lyons ^W>t a 99. 

George Boles tx. a Floridian regis- 
tered from DanvlUa. HI., George 
Patio and Jim Frrrler had 3Q8's. 

Johnny Palmer and Jack Harfien 
followed with 310. 

BKRAD BBOOTB til 

Ram Bnead, Ralph Blomqulst, 
Max Evans, Detroit, and former 
National Amateur champion Skaa 
Rlegel. were bunched together with 
a score of 311. 

At 313 were Doug Ford, Briar Cliff. 
N Y. Paul O’Leary. Bismarck. ND, 
and Emit Tardlff, of Water- 
town. SD. 

Defending champion Pels Cooper 
was still way bark st 317. Jimmy 
Demarrt compiled a 314. 



Ronnie Rowe opened up a two- 
point lead In the race for aenring 
honors In tha Northern Division of 
tha P C HH. last night ss he picked 
up six points In Tsroms’s 11-1 rout 
over Victoria. Unemaies Mel R^d 
and Wlngy Johnston moved right 
slong Into the next two positions 
each getting five points. Bob Bsl- 
lance, held prtlatleM last night, Is 
six points off tha pace 
Coders follow; 

o A. rtA. 

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TflroM 41 40 II 



Sportfi Fixlurofi 
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r»M>flv. Haenflvt «*. Ntrr, Lwor 
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Ova ClMk 

noun RocwxT 

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Par 

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BerrMA 



Robertson was awarded decision 
and woo UUa by declslnntng Don 
DupUn, New Westminster. In 
final. 



Wayne Robertsbn. Esquimau 
(left' grlmaeas as ha lands hard 
right to head of Craig Gray. 
Raney, in 118-pound semi-final. 



uippers lake 
Two-Game Lead 



IU*A 



H4SKITBALL 
At Vl«t«rie Hirfe arMaf 

1 ee 9 *a . Tntertntdlete B ' slrU, 
Arrnw Pemltarfl et. Crtrtrter. 
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9«lnt eoriis for nler.«t <IU* 

• It 9.*a.- talerairt’fli* ' A * mra, 
at Lflgle Coi)»e» *• rnrlr-eT. 
>nm eem* «r l•o•eano 4«ial-90iAl 
■rrtM for lilenS Mtto i - 
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a m/ArS *« HansUiM Whfifl Ovie 
raocoM ff«Mt» «r UMel-flotat eortoa 
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SI-41 >. 



An Important meeting of Aloea ; 
AthleUa Club Is scheduled for 7:45 
Monday in tha eommlUea room of 
tha City Rail. 

Main topic slated for discussion 
Is tha organliatlon of Bummer oe- 
UelUas. Including baseball, aoftball 
^and cricket AU members, and 
'others Iniertsied. ara requestad to 



VANCOtTVBl, March 4 C9i. — 
North Shore United moved Into 
tha lead in 4he second half of tha 
Coast Boccer Leagua— count Ing tha 
early win over Nanaimo— by hand- 
ing New WestmlnBtcr Royals a 4-1 
thumping before 3 j 00O fans, biggest 
cypw d of the season Bt CsUlstar 
l^k. 



AdditioiuU Sport 



equalised. Fred Whittaker and Fete 
Proctor completed the aomlng. 



BAY ST, 
ARMOURY 
NEXT 

SATURDAY 



attend. 



This Greensliirt Attack 



against his aar. Jongnsoo won 
taut hiat to Lloyd Thhounay of 
Isqulmalt In AoaL Jorgenson was 
runnar-up tor BUver Boy award. 



Norm Jortanami, Burrard Ath- 
Wtia Club (left) axpraaea pain aa 
bard right by Jack Barclay, oo- 
attachad. drtvaa his own flora 



TANOOUVRR, March 4 CF). — 
Varsity Thundcrbtrds took B 
ttranflebold on tha htetorte Me- 
Kechnla Cup. amblematle of tng- 
Ush Rugby mipremacy tn British 
Colombia, by downing Vsncoovar 
RepB btfora 1.008 fana st U3.C. 
stadium Saturday aftarnooB. 

Although the ThuDdtrbirds did 
not parform witli ihalr uaual brll- 
Uanca, they wera sUS too straog 
for tha Rep, team which was eon- 
Unually guilty of poor tackling and 
shoddy ball-hand Ung. 

Varrity*! backfitid provided the 
bIghUfhy of tha ooritagt althoagh 
aUa to enm ttia Vaaocwvtr hna 
but onea Tliq.wiBfkers' othar points 
esma an two panalty klcfea. 

Rum tothaa, star of tha Tsnity 
rictery over victoria, sgain had a 
Mg hand In tba trtumoh. Lalharo 
booUd tha two panalty goals and 
iMdt tba optntng far Keltb TUni- 
buB to aeara tba OBly try of tha 



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Navy Fimnen Complete. League Play Undefeated 



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UiniM et^ACh Eddie Weres And 
lorvArde Oaocie Robertaon, hi>S 
McKaj And Eddie Dorobojr. end 
with toe be Jen? Coder eldellned for 
one tAme. the OougAiv wtU probebty 
here to Ilnieh out the eceeou with- 
out Ed Uaxut. Mesur Incurred whet 
to believed to be a cut tendon In 
the nnt period when be tmn Afoul 
of eomeone** elCAlce. The extent ^ 
bto Injuriee wmi unknown. 

roUSTEENTH STEAIGBT 
I The defeet wee the Itthin i nnr. 
breaking the rec or d of IS aet ca~’‘”r 
seASOO'bjr Loe Ant^ies. Other 
' marke lei bjr the Coucare were the 1 
1 most goal* AgAlnat tn one eeaeon and 
' the loofect itreteh vrlthcut K>*>rtn$. 
The Oougan tuve now had gr-ali 
eroded oo them thto eeaeon. The old 
etandard of STS wae act laet eeaeon 
hv Ban Diego. When Jack McIntyre 
' scored at 8:04 of the third period. 

' tt ended a ecoreleea etxeak of US 
I dUnutee and IS eeooodi. 

I DAMAGING TRIO 

I Doing the moat damage left night 
I wai the hlgh-ecoflng trio of Mel 
fteed. WlDgy Johneton and Ron 



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had ^ttie trouble iQMimg Pollea and Plremen^ Hot k ey league. Pic- 

Art Mebe. Earl ^wcU. A1 Hardy 



ttimr. teff to Tight, arer back row 
(manager). Don McKema. Fire Chief Jack Camilbera. Mared Bor- 
alow. Bob Cleavar and -Bergia' Bergatrom; front row. "Luka' 
t AK^, Alex Hope. Gordie Morrtoon. Em Holt (coach), Ksrm ' 



Juvenile Tilts 
See Maroons, 
Senators Win 



Turns to Minwlry 



Vancouver in Bonspiel Mood 



GIHSON -8 BOWl-ADROME 
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Eastern Curling Rinks 
Greeted as Pipes Skirl 



Maroons and ^ 



\u the Individual acorlng. The three 
collected a total of 18 pointj with 

{, gog jpg] gjij] (Ipp *J- 

four goato and on<?' 
aaatot. and Read two goato and thr^ 
assists. 

Portland Penguins moved Into 
third plaoe by edging Seattle Inm- 
men, 8-3. at Portland. Art Duvrbel 
scored his second goal of the game 
lu tha third period lur th« 



yesterday morning* luvenlla play- 
off fixture* la Victoria Minor 



VANCOUVER. March 4 CF)-— Tbt j dwian cbampioauhlp. It to expected 



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Vancouver today for the Canadian j ^ draws that oompleie the 



Memorial Arena. ^ 

Bodges and Moody notched two 
goato each as Maroons downed Roy- 
al* 4-1, while Cbubaywleh sniped 
the loeert* lone IsJljr. Parker 
banged In four goal* and Halford 
added a 



curling championships. 

At k«M thaf tr what many 
l^iwlanderr* must have thought aa | 
Eastern cootestanU for the title 
arrived for the competition, which 
begins Mondsy. 

Bagpipes were akirUog, there wae 
a kilt here and there In the crowd 
and the Tam OBhanter was much 
in evidence. 

Vancouver took on a holiday air 
aa the curlers and supporters, 
numbering more than ISO, troopad 
off thbir train to a waicoma from 
, Mayor Charles Thompson and other 
1 clvic^dlgnlianea 

MORE TO COME 

And atlU to eoma to a plane-load 
of Prince Edward Islaoden plus 
many people who are joumeytotg 
by road from distant poinu In 
BrilUh Columbia and Alberta. 

No one 1* haaardlng a gueu as 
out-of-towners srlU 



round robin play. 

CIVIC BANQUET 
First official function for tha 
vtflUiM teams was scbedulad tonight 
when Mayor Thompson will host a 
honor at 



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This is good newi for mtny of 
tustomerg who have been enquirmg thout these 
fine pipck. Genuine English Briar Pipes in many 
style! and shape! at a remarkably low price. 

Cbooae one or Mveral now! 



singleton as Senators 
whipped Cspltala 8-2 Perrin r 
twice for the Cspllsls. 

Royals trounced Senator* T-0 in 
a bantam semi-final contest 
Tuttle notching three marker*, 
KleobKBi two end Turnbull ooa. 

OVERTIME BATTLE 
Capitals and Maroons battled into 
overtime to settle the other bantam 
semi-final encounter. BUI Abbott 



eivle banquet In their 
picturesque Stanley Park Pavilion. ' 
Tbrnorrow a round of slghl-scelng. ' 
another banquet and an evening 
church eervice are on the agenda 
before tha draw is made. 

Practice game* are elated Mon- 
day morning with fuU ecale com- 
petition getting under way In the 
afternoon and evening. 

ten RINKS IN ALL 
Id all. ten rinks represenUog nine 
province* (both Ontario and Nor- 
thern Ontario hav* antriaa) wUl hit 
tha lea. It is expected that Nc-rthem 
Ontario Will be allmlnated at tha 
annual meeting of the Dominion 
Curling Association held in eon- 
wlth the competition and 



winner. 

At Hew WestmlnAter, the Royals 
dampened Coley Hall's enthusiasm 
a bit tqr keeping the Canucks in 
fifth place with a 4-S triumph. 

Bummarlei follow; 



HENRY ARSIBTRONG 
Former famous triple - crown 
fighter. Armstrong. 87, Is shown 
going sermon at Baptist 

Church In Loa Angelea Arm- 
strong, who expects to be ordained 
within two months, has been 
preaching tn Los Angeles area for 
several months snd plans to tour 
c-juntrj a# evangelist. 



Sv4T4. 451 H C««4rd. II*: 

& TntAl. 19)9 

0>O(1*V t««. 

Wmu4ii' M44l *t4>k*4.IIu«h««. S99: 
Wlllian* 9*1. IviM, 991: MarUn. 141. 
Wbll>». 999, bBBdIcas. 144 T»Ul. 1.459 
WUM N4«9»-H49 Minton. 914. AIM 
lfa«€:i *74 UvnnuU Oricr*. *44: BiU 
iril. 41* FrM KtndarMci. 949, budlUS. 

ai Tbtoi. i.m 

Winitma' Mrat MoibM wos tbraa. 

gat Moatt SMiNk— O FarUMta. *M: O. 
■tod Ml. J. toaton, 119, A Warabawaki. 
4IS. B. Oaet, 944. baodiaa*. 114. Total. 
ayi9 

Aoiaaaailva Faria — B Tbarlaad. 119: 
Sana Fub. 141 Dwi Flab. 544. Oeortd 
SroTT- 9b4: o«r4ta FUh. U9. bandlcao. 
t!!. Total, I *<0 
^vtoranufa Farta «m ibraa. 



EACH 



Cumberland Cruaaders took a SS* 
point lead in tiw home-and-homs 
.lerles for lbs Vancouver Island In- 
termcdlaU “B” boys’ baaketbaU 
championship by downing tha Dun- 
can Oiyinptcx.~85-80. IB' the Duncan 
Agricultural Hall last night. 

Crusaders led S7-16 at half ilms. 

C u mberland Jokers dropped a 
81-30 decision to Duncan Desists tn 
a senior -B" preliminary contest 
I and Dftncan NaUve Sons hmior boys 
defeated Duncan Olympics, 18-11. 



to how many 
visit here for the four-day cUmax 
i.i Wlnter-ionf practice by bundredi 
of rinks for a crack at the Oana- 



juncilon 

bs replaced by N ewfoundland next 
year. 



Oamaa scheduled for Thursday 

foiunr: 

7 pm.— MldgeU; RoyaU ve. Ma- 
roon*. Second game in final 

8 pm. — Juvenll* semi-final; 
Bears vs. Maroons. 

8 pm.— Junior play-off; Benators 
V*. Maroons. 



Victoria CoUege’i first and second 
division Rugby teams each chalked ' 
up hard-fought victories Rt Mac- I 
d.: "’ll Park yesterday afternoon as | 
Victoria Rugby Union league play t 
returned to tha local sports seen* * 
after a two months’ absence. 

Oo tha upper field, tha Vikings 
held off a determined second-half 
' bid by Oak Bay Wanderers to 
aquees* through an 8-8 triumph, 

' while the secondbdlvtiloa 
Vere downing the Fifth Regiment 
‘ XV. 6-8, on the lower pitch. 

! Vikings held an edge throughout 
the first half, Reg Lott and Ken 
Bridge scoring triaa and John Ship- 
ley oofivertlng once lo leave the 
I count 8-0 at the half. Wanderers 

St form 
Bob Bain went 



Rugby Wars Left Undecided 



PHONE E4241 



06 708 YATES 



BmU*— C athaw, *11; 01: Baadlar. 

P ; CalllM, 991. Fadanan, 111; baadMaa 
l,tM 

a«r^ n c . Wallta. 195: 8- Aaraa. 
to: F. Arm, 199^ D Andamn. 9M. C 
a«a4* 19d. T^ta* 1549 
Ba4 a a«mM «4Mi 4hm. 



University School played to a^ 
deadlock in both Bu|by cooteata 
with the Invading St Oeorge'* High 
School first and second teams at 
the UnlveriUy ScJiool ground* yea- 
terday afternoon. 

Neither squad was abl* to aeor* 
4 /\ the spirited second-team struggle 
while both first teams managed 
to gamer a single try lor a S-l tie. 

Injuries marred the first-team 
match. University School last two 
men tn the Initial five minutes and 
St. George’s sportingly dropped two 
of their pertormers to keep tha aWa* 
at equal strength during the hard- 
fought battle. 

PENALTT RICR MISSED 
Univeralty ‘Seboolb dev0 back- 



■Vase Competition 
i Carded at Uplands 

i Fhat round of tti# New Year's 
VsN eompeUtion wlU be played at 
. Uplands Golf Club tomorrow. 
Competition 1s knockout on r(t;i 
handicap for women golfari with 
; handicap* of 19 and over. 

, Draw followi: ** 

’ lir*. T. J. CoUlna va. Mrs. V. 

. Field. }tn. H O. Canon va. Mn. D. 

I Fletcher. Mr*. J. Btrang va. Mias M- 
SfUbura. First round by« were 

, receli<d by Mn. C. Humber. Mr*, 
i J, R. Hlbberton. Mrs. R. L- Pqcoek. 

Mrs. B. O. Rogers, Mn. H. Ward, 
I ' Mn. R. Elttotl. Mn W. J.» Cum- 

I I mtnga, Mn N, M. Bamford. Mias c 
Quineey. Mrs. F. B. Shore. Mn .W, 

I , Hunt. Mr*. J. W. Kemprton and 
, j Mrs. J. F. DawKm. 



Cto*a4» Faabara— Uuubaa. 9*5. Oasn. 
IIS. OafluataBM. 19S. McUllaB. HI. 
ae«an mo Tatat. 1 IN. 
at«b5f*-A MrKMfhlt. 411: W Walliar. 

S H FaMidIn* N*. O. Naah. M), M. 
om. IN. hasdicae. 11 TMai. I.M. 
Canada Fackara «mi tbraa 

Bbm Cala-X Brb. IN; S. Wara. M. 
A. McHain*. rn- Sraatar. tri; C Stnart 
40: F Bir*«tibaa4. 411: 51 OrUaabaa. 
im haa4la«F 119. TMal, I.9N 
Baribaval-ra f>aa»a » S Balt. 1M: t. 
*ma< 591. X Braaanr, 9M R. AU». Illi 
A. idalarkl. Nl. TNai, 1.10. 

Rcra Cala *ea t«a. 



In the second half. 

OV 0 after a defender bad Juggled 
an attempted penalty joal and 
Barry Olson converted to make K 
8-6. OlMm** penalty Klak In the lata 
stages Just missed tying tt op. 

All the scoring In the spirited 

field gsva the host* a 8-0 half-tlma ^ clash at Lower Beacon RIQ at Moond-dlvtoion enoounts came tn 

lead with, BIU Price scoring co a ^ o’clock this afternoon for tha scoond half. Jim Loutlt put the 

fine run. Tha Vktoiians missed jffianA Junior and Juvenll* students ahead but Pet* Fowls feU 

an easy penalty kick in the second ^otbaO Amodatlon, Dlvtokm I. on the baU lor lb* equalising try. 

ehamplonahtp. Vets dlncbad the John Tbylor put over the winning 

^ wwTTo I second-half title last week wKh a points when ha terminated a drlbb- 

Vl1f*p fA Vkin 1 11*4 triumph over tha Jeweller*. ■ Ung attack by toochtng down ih* 

51 k7UI C 1-V fv All 1 Three exhibition game* ar« ached- , ball 

n e m* 1 I nled at 3 pm Heaney* and TUU- | ■ 
bwa V/irbwairWV I it lEk cums meet at Upper Central. Blue- i 
fU 1 lllC I Mrd Cab* and Beacon Ibxl tangle 

1 ^ ^ Heywood Avenue and Jamaa Bay ^ p W # . i 

and Afibay Caf* play at Macdonald ^ A 1 m 

BarA A ' W 



at«4l SarbP f J Onan. ID. t MpJUp 
* 0, 0 CarbHi. IN. T. MvCannaa. I». 
J.'toPtMtl N9. bao4»a». N Total. I.IM 
0»»«4a«4 t-ailov-al — Ooa MvCai*. IN. 
Ok SatoTT, *U. tl to’iilOT IN. Done Me- 
Obto. *N. n (Nat. 499. Total. 9 NI. 
WUvtiand nHotpaiint *oa too. 



toaaiui Ctoaapw tycaaptU. Ml. Oavaat 
to; Iknilh 9N. FicdM. IN. Vinora Nt 
Mai. 1,199 

to— ta4ra w L, Wbli», IN. to. 0**F 

R: D Otrhan, 4U, BU^ Nt. B BN- 

t u Nl: htndltap. T*. Toial, I.S94. 
aoHal Claaam ooa loa. 



ONCE rSCD WORD 
The word coffin to used only one* 
In tbs Bible. 



1221 

GOVERNMENT 



CHANGE 



SERVING 

VICTORIA 

88 

YEARS 



Farta. b O F 
OaUaat. B«4 «)bm _. 
RallMR, Co-«e 
Wood Ravy 
MabUk. Doailaa Ttfo 
toMtoarr, Bmhmb 
to. Barrk Navy 
A BalUN. cmi a«rrt 

& tata. rtvB Sarvtaa 
cConatbr. toOF 

Clarta. C»-«» 

torooa. Rayy 
Maaan. avli Sarvlaa . 

B INma. c»>«e ■ ■ . 

Oraan. B.OF. . 
Corby. WaTT 
I A Janaaa. Baltowi 
IIMtbt*. DaMiaa Tlra 
MeMorria. may . . 



HOLT CROSS BTOFFF.D 
NEW YORK, March 4 (DIB).— 
OolumUa dumped Holy Otom* un- 
defeated basketbaU team Untight 
with a amashlng 8t-to^ victory 
over the Crusader* in York, to 
snap their 98-fama winning ctreak. 



Not too ofttn, not too drostf- 
colly nof so noticeobly os do 
thto ifytes for wonoton , . but 

for thto ditocriminoting drtotstor 
thto littito ebon^toto ARE impoT- 
tont. Amono thto ntw orrfvoft 
for Spring ,ond Sommtor prg 
niodtols showing ntoottr ghoul- 
dtn, toofy fitting ttrolght lipH 
that or« dtofinittoly btottcr fit- 
ting. "Rritish Stroight" is thto 
ttrm utotod by on« of th« l«od- 
ing dtotoigntorv or>d of courso 
thto fabrics or* all of Wflsoft- 
totoltocttod British woolltont . , 

Mtdium ond ltght-w*ight Wor- 
tttds, Vtnotion Gobordinwi, 
light-wtoight Twtsdi ond ofhtf 
imort fobrkt oro shown In fho 
nwwosf ahodtos for Spring ond 
Summer. We imrttg your bw 
iptocttcn. — 



gyproc lath 



FENCING 



CLEAN UP THE INIIDC 
OP THAT CAR AND GIVE XT 
THAT HfW CAR LOOK! 



POE THE BEIT JOB IN TOWN POE LBUJ 



MOONEY’S 

AUTO BODY SHOP 






I 




Ever-Ready 

CORUX 

Whiz -Pak 

Dispenser \ » 

»o «-*•' 49^ 



Haven r 
You Been ) 
/Hissing J 
Something 



BRAKES 



Canadas finest Whisky 



BOULTBEE 



Daila (TotoniBt Vieton*, B-C^ s«t., ifarch s. i>sa 2t 



CfttTTis Ready for Btj Srawi 



O.C. Soccer 
Standinp;s_ 

LONDON. %Unh 4 &P).-au&d- 
Uifft of the U>p five tocetr team tn 
(he CniUih Leegue end the SoottUb 
League. 

CNGLIsn LCAOl-V 
nwT omsio.'i 



thelsea Hands surprise 
To Manchesler United 



Bf OEANTLANU Hlff 



rr. prrERUL'RO. ria.. March 
i.^The golf caravan that funned 
tn Loe Angrtee ealV tn Januarjr iv^< 
DOW reached Florid. It haf been 
a long hike. . Loa Aogalee, Pebble 
Beach. Long Beach In Cailfomta, 
moenlx and Tucaoa In AUtona. 
and a Uemendous trek through 
Texaa. 

There U now only a^oMmlh to go 
before the flrvt atage and* at The 
Maetera, tif Auguata, Oa., where 
Ben 'TTotan wlU return to aclloil 
Sammy 8nead will defend hU 
uUc. U haa alwaya been an in- 
tercallng angle to a lot of us Joat 
what the game of golf waa made 
' {— the phyilcal or the paychologicai 
ide of Ufe? 



Victona Weal regained auote of 
the ataUire ^uld by former wearer* 
of the cliib'e color* when it 
trluroplied|l>0 oier EaquUnuU in the 
OarrUon Cup final, emblematic of 
the city aenio r euccer rhafflpioraTnp. 
at Royal Athletic Park yeairrday. 

With the vaunted Wr»t defence, 
featured by the near-flawiea per- 
formance of Centre-Half BUI Hope, 
completely unin up h.eaiiiin*ii* loi- 
warda. Oreauahma held a definite 



LONDON. March 4 iReutera) .^A 
Learn of *‘muste hall c o me d l a n a-^ 
Chebea koccer club— aurprlaed 70.963 
home tana and diunbfounded mighty 
Mancheater United today with a 
coovineing 3*0 victory in the alxth 
round of the PootbaU AaaoclaUon 
Cup. 

* Chelaea, perennial butt of eaude- 
vUle g«ga In theae parta. went Into 
(eh lead tn the einh minute aiv4 
never looked like lort nA to the 
United, cup victora In IM and 
Plrat Dtvtston leadera laat year. 

Chetaea wlU ba Joined .to the 
eeml-flnala by Londona other 
tumvlng aqu^ Araenal. and by 
two Uarieyelda outfita, Livarpool 
and Kv-rton. ^ 

EDGE OL^ LEEDif 
The Ounnera edgetb - out an 
unexpectedly tough Lecda United 
crew 1>0 on a goeU by Reg Lowia 
from E)enU Compton that rocked 



Mevpert'^Cewntr 1. 0»rt I. 

Mvibamewn Tv*a 9. Bscwr CHr ). 
Nerwteb City 1. ImvkX tuva 1 
Meibloabam e^rMt I. Leyl«fl OrlMI t 
gWiadfln 74 *b 4. CTi«*al PaUM'l. 
T«rav«r UdiuC 3. W««t*r4 i.- 
WaUall ], Orutol aov«ra> 1. 

TUiaD DivimoN— HoaTHaa.e 
Brantwrd atr 3. Carltito 0aU«4 I. 
CtwaUr 4. Haia*rti»M Uatwo 9- 
ParltaatiMi 1. Olahaai AtKJauc 1 
DeataMM Rmntt •. Cr«*« AiriaaCra I 
OaiMiiaad (./Tranewr* Aaven I. 
W itt f a x Tran 1.- A ; rr!3 yf 7 a a 

«artl>^ae'.• DBlUd «. Yo'k City e. 

N«a arithtoo 3 Wrathaai I 

a»cM*> T Mmwtwm Towa 1. 

■Mlhaarl I. tf— W> CUy 1. 

OouUipert County 1, Aarro* 9 

BCOTTIbH LCAGt'E 



Paebaaeoe 



Toitoabam Hoiwur 94 | « ft »4 M 

aaoilMld uniioe >4 T U «f 41 46 

Aatn»lCW»<liv««4ay U • II M 46 If 

HdU city 1 * te I If U If 

AoMUtaBOtaa t> 6 M 46 Jt M 

TuiBO orviaioN ie«oii»mi 

AolU CoUDly . «e 6 4 f1 be 44 

Toreuiy Caiut If ^1 f M O 41 

N6U.n(tun famt 16 T U 96 36 

|iC{0.«u.*v»u Tuaa ti a t U 36 36 

K.*fO«6 CUT 19 6 6 M 41 36 

rSnCD *1177161(1.4 *llVOflh«rai 
OoncaOir Ao«*n -- 16 4 11 46 66 41 



Hue3td4:6 



06t*«b«»d 16 le — 1 ee 

Cr««e Altiaadra 13 . I II 66 

Liuoila City . 16 16 t 16 

gCOTTlSU LEAGl'C 

OIIIMON "O'* 

Olufa* fUnnn . 16 6 9 4f 

Hltj«nitae 31 3 4 64 

Mttrt of MidlataSae If I 6 if 

Oundw 19 6 *43 



DIVIRIO.K “A" 

C6RI# 4 Aalklek 6- 

DaadM 6. il. 611rr«n 6 
Aitoratan e. TfUrt tAaark t. 
MBUtiretU L braru j. 

Partirk TTiUtto 1. I««t Ftr* I. 

Qur*n or ita* Aoulh 9. Clyda 9. 

*eUlth Ao*4ri 1. Ata'CMi' 3 
AilrUag* AXbtoB 6. naaerr* A 
niviatoA “A” 

Ataion floTrro 9. Ouadto CnUad 6 
Punf*mlU*6 AUtl«Ue 1 HaaUloa Ara- 
tfoBitrata I 

Porfar AthleUr 4. Altdiiaaalaa 4 
AilBaraoca l. BoaUiAtiRn 1. 
llorUiB 6. CowOtalKatb 9 
Qu««n'i Park *■. AHvoaih— DM aot |»Uy 
4 , 4t«uaAJL.. - 
■(. Jobattooa 6. Alloa AthitUc 9. 
IRISH LEAGI E 

Aallymar* Onlsad t. Otoalaran I 
Aaveor I Crvcad«f« 3. . 

ClirtoBT,!]* 3, Pvriaitova 9. 

CA^rain* 6, UanaM i. 

Diatnirry t. Arda a 



Thla seemed to be a geod epot 
lur some form of tnecatlgatlon. with 
ho number of veterghA, on hand. 
Uert are a ftw tnewen- 

MOSTLY MENTAL 
Gene Sarmaen: **Oolf la about 70 
per cent mental. The mental aide 
means concentration ahd deiermlna> 
lion. It meatu keeping a perfect 
picture of your awing in muid. I’ve 
known any number of golfen^^V't 
fine ivlngg who couldn't score In 
Important ~ 



— AP WIrvBhaCM 

New York Yankee Outfielder Joe DtMagglo belU long one during 
batting practice at Yankeea^ Spring training camp at 8t.. Petersburg. 
Plurida. Ball, distorted In appearance, can ba seen Just after leaving 
label or “■woeV* portloD of bat. which aeeim allghUy curv«Kl. 
Catcher's mitt (left) la on hand of Catcher Ralph Houk. Ed Lopat 
waa pitching. ruM«fgin has been hardest worker to camp and «''rni5 
eet for big season. 



omaioN -a- 



MortBB 
AUdrtionlana 
At Joha«tos6 
KUaianiKK 
UawHiea AuAt. 



COI.F POPI LAB 
In-the-Jlnllcfl fii»te* Approal- 
niAtely 34SI.OOO persons play ag 
least ten rougg* of golf a year oa 
the 5.308 golf courses. 

MAIDENHEAD. Kent England 
speedway track is to be buiR 
by the Maidenhead Cour^l^bui no 
betting is to be allowed.. 



ThriU-Pocked Rficr ff on hy Noxe 



Noor Masters Citation 
In (ireat Stretch Duel 



toumamenta. They 
rouldn't think of tha right thing 
At tht fight time, as Jtm Barnes 
used to say. Bobby Jones told me 
'iMeo that tic al w ays - had to think 
of three thlhgA— hla stance, 
and tha amooiK' pafa of l.'s up- 
-rrkp tn h* finished hiS 

backawlng and dldnlLruah his down- 
iwlng. 

Tou do many Utings mechani- 
cally hi golf— but soma you don't. 
Just try to play a good round of 
golf wTien tbhiking about some- 
thing eUel t have no trouble with 
my awing. But I find trying '<*> 
cooeentrstc on every shot— stroke 



saw th« four cup games which 
overahadowwd league competition 
today. 

NO CHANGE 

'WHh moat of the leaders battling 
for cup honors, there was no change 
at the bead of tho first division 
table where Manchester United and 
Liverpool share the lead. 

Tottenham Hotspur. aUU hot on 
the promotion tiwil, got a 1-0 
dectvton at Coventry City to aUy 
12 points ahead of Bhellleld United 
in the second division toce. 

In ScoUand'a DlvUMn A. Rangers 
lu mped Into a tie pot iA lead by 
beating BUrllng Albion 3-0 while 
the critwhila leaders, Blbemlan. 
were edged 1-0 by Third Lanark. 



Play waa more even 



OI«BS>wB 6 0*r»y City t 



Lungs for lunge, stride for stride, 
with the riders swinging their whips 
In unison, and laying It on as ^ard 
as they could, the two thoroughbreds 
chargH toward the finish. 

CItaUon desperately moved to a 
alight lead In mld-atretch. Then 
Noor cams up to nairow It with 
every stride until, at the wire, with 
nre ij nnejuliius bft. Longdrn got 
Noor'i head there flrsL 

MEETING ENDS 
Today's program closed Santa 
Anita's 19th Winter meeting. 

Citation, piloted by Steve Brooks, 
the Calumet eonlraet rider, closed 
thr- meeting without having won 
any major stakes at Santa Anita 
Knarver. he kept intact his record 
of never finishing any farther back 
than second. Re hu won 38 of hts 
94 starts and has finished second 
sta times. 



AR CAi^k . r»t , March 4 ONSi.— 
C. 8- Howard's Noor today con- 
firmed hla mastery over CUatkm 
by heating the Calumet Farm ace 
tn a photo finish tn the 550.000 San 
Juan Captatrane Handicap at Santa 
Anita. • 

Mocopo. of the Clifford Mooers 
entry of Mocopo and Old Rockport, 



The win by Noor. Irish Import 
onoa owned by the fabulously 
wealthy Age Khan, knocked Cita- 
tion out of a ehanca to become .the 
leading money-winning thorough- 
bred of all time. 

WIN WORTH Mfl.OW 
nrst place waa good for 540.000 
and that amount would have boosted 
Citation's lifetime earnings U> 
5838500. or 531.115 In fiwnt of 
Stymie's 5818.455. 

Aa U was. tha big charger banked 
51OP00 for second place to give him 
a carer take of 5808200. 

In gaining hla victory. Noor aei a 
new American record of 3 53 4-5 for 
the mile and three-quarterw. HU 
time topped the mark of 3:54 9-5 
set by Chllhowce at Latonla. Ky.. in 
1834. 

Sixty thousand screaming fans 
watched Johnny Longden wring the 
final ounce of energy out , in« 
Irlah stretch, runner to win by a 
nnae over the mighty ClUUon in the 
final stride of the great duel. 

TWO-HORHE RACE. 

To all Uitonts and purpewes. those 
two were the only horaea In the 
race, for although aU others were 
listed In the field, tired Mocopo was 
13 '4 lengths back, and Mnonruah, 
the last horse, waa more than 10 
lengths to the rear. 

Noor had the weight advantage 
again today— 117 pounds to Clla- 
Uon'a 130. Tha ipread was smaller 
than H was last Saturday when it 
I waa 110 to 133. but today's gruelling 
' teat was half a mile longer. 

Citation, not supported today by 
I his tiablematea. Ponder and TNro 
' Lea, gave out with a soul-wracking 
' effort to bold off the relentless Noor. 
I GREAT BTRETCR DUEL 
From the top of the stretch down 
to tha Una the two fought one of 
I the grtatost bettlea ever waged at 
' Santa Anita. 



LONDON. March 4 (Reuters'.^ 
Reaulta on soccer garnet played to- 
day In the United Kingdom : 
FOOTBALL A.SSOCIATION CTP 
SIXTH aolND 
An«oal I. I«664 OiUUS S 
0«rkr Canalf I. tvvrton 9 
ChrlMS 9. 6l»arh*«ur Uaiug A 

UftrpMl 1. aiarkpoal 1. 

E.NGUAH LEAGUE 
rtasT otviBion 

Alraitneti6Bt citv 9. RuSdanriaM Twa 1. 
B«ral*r S, nUbaai 6. 

AUk* CHr 9. SlaachMtar C3W *• 
Ai«nd4rlsn4 t N*«rMlla DaHM 9. 
W#4( Aroavteb Alkkia 1. W»rt*A»*p- 
laa WsnSvrtn 1. 

rmrBNDLT matcw 
iOUmt trbteubM ffaaiM e«a«a«B64 ba- 
M066 ef wup p1*r-l 

atrowD AmaioA 
AaraaUr 9, lairMtar City 9- 
CWMitrr City 6. T6t»«Bba« Ratspev L 
onmiky T«*B 9. PiyBMta SrayU I- 
liUtae Tava i. Aury 1. 
rrMUm Aartb And 4. Ann atf t, 
QtiMu • eatk Raniara S, AMrflaM Wtd- 
M«day 6- . . 

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A«>uthuBptoa 9. Cardlft City 1. 
Aaanwa Tewa 9. ArteUard 6. 

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PAT RUSSELL 



MOTORS LTD 



Seattle Bout 
Ruled Draw 



MONDAY. MARCH 6, TO SATURDAY, MARCH 11 



DAYS 



ommission 



REATTLE. March 4 The 

Athletic Commission disclosed 
today It had reversed the decision 
of tha Judges on a Monday night 
bout here to make it a draw between 
Jackie Turner of Vancouver, BC.. 
and Tommy Umeda of Beattie. 

Turner waa awarded tha decision 
at ringside after the aix-round go 
between theWwo featherwelghta. 

One Judge and the referee voted 
for Turner and the other Judge gave 
the edge to Umeda. There was no 
more than three points difference 
ballots and total 



Our salesmen, whose pictures appear at the 
left, are ready to demonstrate these out- 
ftanding used car values. Come early . . , 
choose one of these fine can at such great 
savings! 



Sooke, Chemainus 
To Open Series 

Books and Chemainus Senior *tr 
basketball teanw will match <has- 
keu in tha Sooke Community Ball 
on Monday night in the drat contest 
of a two-game home-and-home 
•artea for the Vancouver Island 
ehamptooshlp Oame time Is 5 pm. 

Books Pee-Wee boya wfU play a 
preliminary game eotrunenclng at 



CAM- SMITH 



on any of the 
points favored Turner 100*4 to 87H. 

Stale rules say that a three-point 
margin conatitutM a draw and four 
points adds up to a derision tn bouts 
of xlz rounds or mors. 



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VICTORIA FISH AND GAME 
PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION 

Monthly Me<tin(; Wedneid*y 8:00"P.M., March 8. 1950 
C.C.F. HALL, PANDORA AT QUADRA 

Mtmherr bring your friende to aee: 

Hunting and Fishing In Alaska 

Two outstanding full color films parWed with adventure and 
breathtaking scenery that sportsmen dream about but seldom 
experience, filmed by moviemaker and sportsman. Mr. I-arry 
Mtdivon. 

ALSO bear the facta on the contentious Shawnlgan Lake questioik, 
SfAting limited, so pleatt come early. 



Longden Sets 
Departure Date 



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ARCADIA. OAlir.. MATch 4 (INB>. 
—The date of Jockey Johnny Long- 
den's depwrturt for AuatrBHa to ride, 
for the Melbourne Racing Club waa 
set today for Marh 29. 

The trip will be made by plane 
and be will be accompanied by Mrs. 
Longden and by Ted WUUama, Am- 
eUcAD repruMniaUve of the racing 
club. 

The ace rider is due tn Melbourne 
oa March 36 after a two-day etnp- 
over In Honolulu. 

He wlU ride during the AuBtrallan 
track's Eaete^meet and one of the 
races be will compete bi wUl be the 
Melbourne Cup. 



FRANK GILBERT 



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per blado with CORUX 
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Liquor Control Board or bw 
the Oowtrnmctit oi Britigb 
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DEfTER 



SHef T Mf Ul ' "I 



H»ut*cb pi-ww® • 
vthleta propiUed by «*>•< iprtn«i 
ID ib« leth tfmtury* 



Vicleria, B.C^ S«»^ MatcE 5, Its® 



22 Batin golonlat 

Kitten Inspire 
New Business 



SUmne tuiten 

h*r cl*«» on Ui* b«»l fumituri 
Unded her owner. UlUen PWrson 
ID e nr« bUkineat. 

MUi Plereon, producUoo tdU or^ 
ft pftuonftl mftfiilM. bum ft •cretrtJ 
inj bftf 10 lure Ui# WUen ftWfty froB 
her lurnliur*. the ftltien. Whlepei 



NOW IS THI TIME TO RENEW 
OR HAVE NEW AWfilNGS MADE 
TO BE READY FOR THE 5RRINC 



HEW YORIC. Mftrch 4- 0»-F>— A 



tor the ecTfttchlnc bere. loo.** MU* 
Fhereon eftld. “eo I turned the pro- , 
ducUun over lo the FederftUon lor 
the Hftndlcepp^-” 

Hnw the her. Id Inohee lonf end 
two inchee hi«h. U for eftle ^ ^*1 
deplutmenl etorei. The wood u left 
bftre eldbif hell the ber. end the 
other hill U covered with broid»oom 
I cftrpetlhf. The eeYpetmr U Im- 



PAYMENT MADE WHEN PUT UP 
PULL SELECTION OF PATTERNS ON HAND 



S70 JOHNSON ST. 



WE CAN INSTALL 
THE FAMOUS 



FURNACES 



house no. 357 



Oil Bomere in Yoor Preeeot 
Furnace In Pour Hours 



Edmund Peechey Ud . buiWert. have . 75^crt de- 
,elopmenl known a. -Cheetnut Hill*. Alt home, 
ere ftrchiiect dui*tned end many have Urge ravme 
Mft Thia line buff brick bou.e wa* ipecificftlly 
deeifned by Archiuct MacOonic for e .iu .lop»n.r 
•harply to the rear. While lo pawer.-by thia e . ^ 
to be a handaome Hnl« buniratow, a *lanc« at the 



Sete*. iMaedeVien eed •epel'V 

ir eneinwred H**un§ 

W Alr-CeBamenini 

ft ShMt »l«tal Wort 
FHEE irmiATW 



ftOLD Bti 

moore-whittington 

lumber CO. LTD. 



Time Peymentw— flOO Down 



Over 24 Uontba 



Kinrston ShMt Metal 

lie KiNnxTOM rr oeie* 



PHONE E5311 



Drop in »nd ire thc'-e 
New ShinKieiM.tfmor- 
row. We recommend 
them. 



Multi-Flex Homes 



E53U 2624 QUADRA 



SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN VICTORIA BY 



Meet AH Eequiremente 
City and Munictpel 



terrace. 



VICTORIA ROOFING 
& INSULATION CO. 



tivencit. 



Reitrictiona 



Can Be Built Under N.H A. 
Down Payment 25% 



ps 4 ;u near the bottom on the doore 
of the upper cftbinete. end near the 
top on the doore of the lower 
cabinet*. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 



MODVL ee tAA’ n»«* 

VETERANS' SPECIAL 

•• ei»**»**i 

N» pew ir *f 

V L A. 

D*U«»r«i le« 



“No Skeletons in These Cupboards!” 

No matter how wnll your kitchen ] U moat »aUy done ^ 

U plaruJiT- whether you bait no pln«. Addlnf “^^nlS^ahe^ 
•L." ft -U” or ft corrtdor-tj-pe plan- ahelveft) between 
It muat Include plenty of weU- Increaeaft atorage for 
designed alorftge apace In each work luppUe*. When **^*^*J^ 



A. H; JACKSON 



Will Finance Thit New Roof lor You— 12 Month* lo Pay 

I Immediate Application II Deaired 

|i MS FORT STREET * ** 

II Free Eidmaiea — Ee*y Terme 



No. 320. 745 Yatee Street 
Belmont 12dW 



Office 



Home Phone 



OflKe Phone; G3713 



MtlNTOSH 6 CALLOW 

ring and Architectural 
Drafting * 

Fijm noMu fULmriNo gmivicg 
n IN nu A *ne y t * m*Qumivrrre 

III caNTftAW Ul ii.»iNa 



ANNOUNCING . . . 

OAKCREST SUBDIVISION 

IN THE DONCASTER-CEDAR HILL AREA 



ftcceoalble. U theee ahelvee are not j 
ae deep aa the eablnet. there will , 
be epace for rod*, racka or hooka 
on the door. 

A atrip at the back of the wood*# 
shelf will keep utenalla or euppllee 
from falling off. and can ocl a* • 
atop for the ahelf when pulled out. 
If wooda ahelvea are covered with 
IlnolAr.m, It wUl pfot«t them from 
melal mark*. PuU-out wire ah*’ ?' 
are eomeUmea preferred In ulenall 
cataineU »a they are not marred by 



■UILDERS' HARDWARE 

• Lumber 

• Wall Board— All Type* 

• ?a*h and Door* 

• Ace-Tern Produrl* 

• Rtvofmg and ln*oUlK)0 
•-I'.lidden Paint* 

• Arbont* 

• Cheome Trim 

kitchen CABINETS 
(Ciitfoivi Built) 

Your Lumbar Number 



• LARGE LOTS 

• SOME SITES ARB TREED WITH OAKS 

• SOME SITES ARE CLEARED 

• NEAR THI NEW DONCASTER SCHOOL 

• ON TWO BUS ROUTES 

• WITHIN 2VS-MILE CIRCLE 

• HIGH LOCATION, NICE VIEWS 

• moderate building RESTRICTIONS 

• LAND IS VERY FERTILE 

• CHOICE LOCATIONS NOW AVAILABLE 

— BUY NOW AND BUILD THIS SPRING — 

CoH Sellinf A9«iit for AppoinimwM to Viow 

PRICES RANGE FROM $650 

lotion Ml Cedar Hill Boed. Juat North of 

Doncaater Drive • 

EXCLUSIVE SELLING AGENTS 

HAWKES FOSTER LTD 

IBIS DOUGLAS ST. - B 2101— DAY OR NIGH1 



uona or drawer unit* oonveumia ; 
from tour to lU drawert. j 

If your eablneu are t« be of wood, 
you may have them buUl by a car- 
penter. buy them ready, made or 
have them custom made. Built-In 
I or cuetom-bLiUl eablneta have the 
^ advantage of being more readily 
adapted to a kitchen plan. All type* 
warrant eonalderable care In Inatal- Drawer epace * 
IftUon BO they wUl fit anugly and JuM the right aim 
work pracuely. Item^for 

CORRr.CT UEIOHT Hmtlar article* pli 

' If you decide to build your cab- two to 
InetA.^ can pun .peclal arrw- 
menu, ateee and helghU. The.tw^of^* 
aversge ovvall height tT*even feel; ^ 

the toe .oa« I” b, 4 *. The height 'T.. 



If you have ipproxim.tely $1,200 carfi end e 
JLthly income YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME. 
Our eervices include; 

1 Finding a euiuhle lot. 

2 nr*winr ymir pUn*. , j 

J. Affanging the S' M A fmanui.g *t 4 *% mierert 
r*tf* with reiv>n*hle mnnthlv p»vmenl* 

4 A*it«ienrc in erf*ngin* the building conlfftct 
5. Insurance with the best of comp«nie*. 

Experienced Building Advice Given Without Obligatwn 

Boorman Investment Co. Ltd. 

.-»A uicti/ CT B 7*^* ^ 



The eama branch of daveiopmcnv 
In the aenee of ahelter. carried the 
-cot" for “cottage" lo Ihe “oot" 
naming the bedchambw of the cot- 
tagel From thU Idea of the aleep- 
Ing place of limited dJmeiulon* 
came the term * appllcaUoft to a 
I little bed. Thuft. fmm the ortglnal 
I "houee." the “cor which we know 



Sosh g Door Co. Ltd 

1720 COOK ST. 

Near the Ball Park 



the the b« 
|Doore 

Cabinet* ahould be plannad for .atrong 
daalrable dlvUlona of apace and | pulU. < 



FLOORS 



eablnet, it" M IS' 



>R.w*wa hr a.ii eywH^w. ia« \ 



;.rVr7i^in door arrangewlknt. fPldih I eaally reached ^ graap^ 
of door* in the upper HcUon may i . ~ 

be 10 to 14 Inchee; In the lower arc- J >«'—>. — 

tinna. M to 16 Inchee. Wide doora, 1 1 W(7v H 



BE A PROUD OWNER 
OF A NEW HOME 



£ i a mmem to 

-Ha .-iWr 
i*w *e*. •♦eve. 

For Further Detalle Bee 



over the etnk. Fluah-lype plywood I 
doom art ea'Uy made, painted and 
cleaned. Plywood not leee than S" 
thick fthonW be uaed — if thinner. ; 
the door* may waiy. 

NOT OVER SEVEN FRIT j 
The amall ceblneP “up high" neat 
to ih# oelUng makee for Incon- ] 
venlent »torage. Frequently, ihla 
space mgj be eUmlnated wUhout 
loae of Important atorag* provided 
other W* hfti been oarefuUy 
Instead of bidding cab- 
mete. thU upper eMUon may be 
clmMl off with lath and plaaUr. or 
' H" to plywood. 

; ShelvM in the upper eabineU 
should be made adJueUble— to be 
moved op and down at win. ThU 



Uf clime of 

furnace 

satisfact^ 



Haida Paints 



PaiM end BufMem’ lupply Headquarteri 



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N-y Phllbcrmofilo- 



Jutaab*,itorr' 



Orcbtoira 



M Y- Pbitbarmnim 



LL TYPBR OAlUiCMtrt}. LANpBCAP 



CTurrh of tbo Alt 



TcA Mawo 
T*i Haa»n 
Mafiw Rana 



niVtnr rt*» toot. a rurk*' 

Th«r*ucb Job Bnimai** > 



N T PbUliarmMk Orthooira 

N T^Pbiihartaapto Oirh*»iik 

muVh of lb* Air Muato batada I 



Itallana 

liaiianA 

IiaUaiia 



l>*a*r A**orioUi«a 
PnuiMiUBi* Uaapol 



R«i 



U. KtNUa OP PMVII Tltm I'RUhCD. 

vktwnoobod aira. bnur ut cauuarL 



Wfita a> iBkUJtA.Uf -b Wbu’^ 

rnta do o«i onrUM BUdii al i*nfr*r-*B 



Muclr Farad* 



Bruadnay MatndtM 
Brnadoay UclodtoB 
Jnbn fiierlo 
.Mho Bt— I* 

IbtoraatlBbal Airport 
Intrraatloaal AIrMrt 
Mritorleui Trarrtor 
MtMorlona Troroior 



I'ail of ( b«no 
Cal. of China 
Ahlrkb PaikUr 
Aidrirb PbaiUy 



iTb* Mhadeo 
I Th# Ahacno 
Dnikellr* 'MrtIrrtoO 



Tbm um YfoiB 



I Bd > Uurary flut* 



Ood > Couainr 
OrokUri Ntorr 
•*o« Told 



M'^ir of BrandinoYia 
Mirhaol Ouuaiaa 
M n ha»l Do«* «, d* 

Nr«* 

Paraao of Biart 
Wine* of Prai*o 



of Ti>m«rf.)0 
rmumif AprakiBf 
CrtlNollf Rpeaklbd 



DIRTIIB 

*RT¥-T«> Mr and Mr* Mii»h R C 
hariy in** b*or Broadfidl*' a *m 
ipb*(i pranK 1 »• UM on March 
IBM, Bl R/)|al Jubtto* ilMpiiaf- 



U. TTPBB OARIlbNINa DONB > 
Prubiat oprarini dinb-C **< B UBl 



DoUetti* MltUftot 



Your Uf* 



H',1 joood 



Roy Roftr* 



Mdato 

Mualr 

Nkk (*an«t 
Nick Car toe 



Ooip*! Hnor 
Qorpol Uout 
Bnetncl Gir>* 
Hnrci*) Ulrl* 

Plonn Playhooto 
Plaan P.nbuuaO 
uu*M Star 



Parum nf iho Air 



Porortu Mutoa 
Patoriu nucha 
Boatoo Rlarkto 
Booton AlarkW 



Mba Piaber 
Nr** Wr«ih»r 
Vaarooror Brmpb. 
VaB Oout»r Bririp b 

Vanroar*r Brmphony 
Vanr''uv«r Briepbosy 

a ! Varl* Loui* 

V Obi l* Locilk 



U t PRIPARCO' RAVB YOltR LAWfN 
mao*r charproril mt* ci ih* 
I^WNMOWm HoapnAL 
to* ( all add lJ*:i*or 

III cWaMfraiii Bl p »»k| 



Rov Rnirr* 
Roy Rn«i>rc 
Mm B> -.ok* 
UiM Bunu* 



R-<f Rnitr* 

8 ur MIm Bmoba 
ut Ml** Rf<»oka 



Peru ft! tf Ih* Air 
nrory Uoriaa Bbo* 
Hrnry Mortan Bbao 



POT -Parted aooy ouddenly la Vanronter 
oa Pnm-nary M. .IBkk. Mr Msh P«r. 
af*<j B4 y**ri born la f'hta* and ■ 
r»ktd*'<t nt Vanrauter -for th* paM 
nlria tear* and foMorrly - of BNI Cor- 
mota/ii fUr**i Vtototia aur j i rad hr hit 
• It* aad aoo danebtor n tbo (amrl? 
m*a«d*ar» o*a* and broibal. Mar Chuos' 
M Vt'iona 

Purarai •*rrlr*i oiU bo held la tha 
Hemortaf Chapel of chimn* Of tbo ba>de 
Mor’'uary Ltm.ua. on Baiurda* March II. 
at 9 p'm Ra* M p. louni oiU ottuui*. 
lA(*rtn*ftl la the Royal Oat Burial Park 
>Tanrou*tr Bud and Vancouter Pfotkaaar 
ptoaoo oopy r - 



to in*« of Prau* 



Th* Palrea 
The Pm'*b 
O raotMi Book Quli 



A'aa ab<i Me 
Aian and Me 
Araua '* Andy 



r*hr1Uoi>b*r Lnndoo 



Jart Benny 

i art B*bbi 
•iM a* Andy 



Called Chureh 
PamUy Tbeaiia 



cnn«U)Dn*r lonrMo 
Harrie^Payr Bh*»* 
Harria-Par* Bbo* 



JAtolR Bum to Bab* and John Jam** on 
MAfch 4 IBM at Royal Jubilo* N'.apliai 
o aauoNlar. H lU* t 0 » UuJiJiBihl 



.ilaa-and W* 
rr.«v» 'a AndT 
a AbOr 



Pamily Tbaali* 



iireate*! Book Quia ! Aimu *R Audy 



,tXPIRIBVL*BD .PRUNINU. PYNlTNO. 
d eon*T*tniB ikadaca^at R«^nj*t>lo 



itiy Oatke Rtafi 



r.ut. lltB 



Jureaile Jury 



Btup the Huatr 
atop Ih* Mualo 
Blitp the Mualo 
Bup Uia UuaU 



ModloiWto Boo'd 
Medial lati Buord 
Bn< hkAled Rou e ■ 



Kdoar B*rg*n 



N«l 10601 Bunday 
Hour 

Naiinnal Buaday 



B Bt > Bdoor Betaen 
a If Bdier Bersea Bha* 

I M fr'i* bet' 
t tB ’ Lerft* Bell 



Bam Bpad* 
Theatre OulM 
Theair* OuUd 



Bdiar B«rira 
RcM-kv Jordan 
Room Jordan 



Uu*4ral RotiadUB 
Muticai K'Miadup 



RkMWrtBLO— Born 10 BIr and Mr* Arthur 
iumefield. at TJ ♦***»• Avenue a eon. 
an MaiOt 1. ItBO. at Royal JuhiioB Hoa- 
piuL 



.'•ABtBH UARUVMNO kVIlBS ROTO- 
a uiied Good ]oo r otr niwBi 



I »« !■ Bail Binteia 



Zrtor* 
Brrora 
Miaij^X-TImaiito 
M -G M Thratr* 



Corned* 



viabhatt N«ao u 

Lou*lia Paitub* Rebuttal 

rbaAto of a ufetimo btieiUh Orafibm 
Chan.-* of a ldr*tlm« * CN**o*ooP* oof mob 



Tbeatr* ObUd 
Theatre Guild 



CoiUa* Arrhtr 



THRBR ANti BOdB HtysniB 
4. beuoeu toMMaM *U <MIM 



Nr«i 

All-Time Bit Parado 
All-Tint* Mil Paied* 
Aii-llm* Hit Paiao* 



B 09 I C IX n»reaml* 
B IB I C I L bertaadd 
a 30 I Cntonltt N**a 



Corllw Archer 



Horae* Keldt 
norat* n*>dt 



BaoUI^BIuaM^ 

rooienlid Neur 
rooieoiod HbAIL 
CTirlel Cburrh 



lARDCNKR. 40 YRARB- IAI'BRIBNCB 
f prgniiit. landecBpe ro<ii*t<e* Reitr- 
• ret Bint.e, O' Rt *' * Api'l eat* 



riXWART-To Mr and Mra R i 
an tfiea bayto Metoorr*. of* H 
mend Artnu* <m. Woren 3 140 
jMoah'* Hoepiio'. e eon. B Mo 
Hendell U»«i4 HaUery.Bieoert 



rnlonm r.*iht>acke 



w -o -It Theeiro 
M -O M Ttmeir* 
Nr«k 

t»entno Bet Tteo 

Chureh Bcrrlc* 
Cbiircb Berviee 
Aru*tn in Mu*M 
AJUilriM Mukie 



Take o NamMr 
Tab* o NumSier 
Rof Ktio*r ■ Bbo* 
R'>y Rooer • Sb«« 

T**ntr QwnUiHta 
Taemv 4^*unar— 
Can You Top Thl** 
Cob You Tup Thief 



Parortie Biory 
Paxirit* Binry 
TTie Whlatler 



N«a* Lombvdo 



TBB<t'»ni*ntod H*ui 

1 IB I ContonUd Hour 
T 30 t Doa Wr>«M Chnnio 
y ii ■ end John P(*h«r 



Tel* it or l.ea** It 1 Ted 
frauPy Bfto* *t»II 



Q'jr Lomuereo 
toom* Rina Aiw* 



L t ARDBXtR KXrmiBNCHk.- AVAIL* 

l-ooto-toact. t Merr-rd refvrai. N> 
thildrep bn* BI44. Cs;iu.'tt 



WATT - Oa Maecb 3, IBBd. el AtlKroft 
BC, Mft Helm KmeiMth to an fnrm- 
OTlj H»i»a Bark dauehter at Mr* 
Ket&leSa Beuk. 411 Quebee Btr**( Vto- 
, tone, a on* um* O'lUtaadini Victofik 
BRAlOWCbn- la VatMou**t on Marrto i tyninr a'Met* ated BB and bora in 
Jrd. UkO Ailbur X4*ai4 Br*ld*aud. ef | Itoltact frcand Oh* aitendrd SI Ann ■ 
ae to**i Btii A»*nu*. butaand of Maryw 
Biatdoood. In hie S«h y*ar born to 
Vh-lnrle H* leoyra to mourn hi* paiiinB 
baeidaa bu BJtf. MarioQ. three 
ttr« rt*«*rf* Baliird. of VtkrXMfkr. Mrt. 

0*nrd# ncitM Ol>d Mr* M Lunt. of Y>r- 
u.tia i J N b i mi ieiu. Uobtgd eod wrt 
Rtaidoood of Vuiotlb _ ^ 

runsrt) win bs WW 

aliernooA. Merrh 1‘b IBBB el l U orlueB. 
lo ileCnit Bro* ' Pfntel Pundfol Chap»l. 
lourakWH la Ruyel UaA Burial Park. 



Cbrui Cburrh 



Cro*ar fit. 



Tbo WhuUar 



• ine RIBd atwN 



Chrltl Churrh 
-Cbrto* 4?b«e*h 
ChrUI Chu/rh 
c:6rut CIUMCb 



Dr*« Pearei'D 



ir Man i Pamily 



Mim Brnofca 



DEATHS 



Btartlmo 



N*ot 

WojU tub* 



He«* 

Maun** Humtwr 
K»riM-t ■ tot Muald 
ftefleet • in Muam. 



lAanday RradUnoo 
Wal'CT Wifcrhell 



Dm Uab • PaoiUy 
Prmpbuaf Hour 
BympbAnf Hour 



Mu* Brno** 
Pdiar Pfrera 



maelim* 

Btarum* 



1 ANDBCAPX OARDZSINO MAIN 
^ ittiAL.* etr AarAtn**. Uau* Guar, 
anteed Pnore X MB7 



to*,'* Time 



Loueila ParMb* 



Xdeer Rrraen 



SrmpbrHiy Hnur 



VoBcnurer Sirinc Of. 
Tanermrer Hiribd Of. 
Veaprr ReqT 
Vetptt Heur 



B 0* ' Cduratlon Talk 
fit Kditralion Talk 
B K Petortt* Hvmna 
t.lA^iyuilU IDmh* 



loltura UaiealbB 
Ne*i 

Biaa SiB«* 



reuM Thtt Re Too 
Oror* Dotaoa 
Ciraee Ootaoa 



Thiet Pact 
•B'lB U neat 
Lyn Murray 



ASDBCAPINU. tirSBKAL UARDrMMk. 
^ rolOKUInf O IBU 



R*,1 Bkeithd 

Jarl BitlBf 
Jark Rtany 



KelbVUe Dad* 
Reeieti* Dad* 



Voiee* 



Nailoa » Hi' Parade 



Naval Atr W e*o**» 
Oueeii nl Amrrita 
Wufid Tumeira* 
World Temntle* 

Theatre ot ir>* Air 



rite B'ar Piaol 

J nu I* tl«e dMiT 
Mom Bon* 
UeifuputliaA Ctoolr 



O ROKUta. NO RAKING ROTAR* 



W*avtr of Drtabta 
f i to»* ot o*r 
Aihum of kl*ou rtoe 



N»*» 

Rodeo RaecaU 

aplfut*r Kenrmm 
Oeoctum ant Npotle 



ilBTB’Neor toaiuuaie 
If) IB WaiitUm* 

•Tr>«' Ralph Pa»ht*T 
IB 43 Ne**_ _ 

* n*B0 M -B -M Tbealr* aRB 
I II IS ‘ Blariene Dto'rieb la 
" Ann* Rarenina 



Wem emW Whea 
RetneiaOer -toitoe**" 
Reaitmber Whea 



< ii&rert Hi'Qr 
Cunrt't Hour 
Coneeri Hnur 



Ddorion 

The Cataellr Roctf 
Ty>* raUukihr Rout 



Bealarlab. Y'/iiftB 
PreitMt* to kdidnicfal 
^*iud* to Midniiht 



•tery ttm* l*h«n« B IT4I 



’dHlNe^'^Hltl'INd OAHPtNB. 



Cbicaoo Tbealr* 



CoBceri Hour 



Neva 

bptnnec Ranrium 
Rpinber donctum 
Spinner aaarinm 



preluQ* to Mt'inlrlil | r'^areff TTalT 
Praludo to MldaUht Cnn fft Hail 
N*o» I Neat- 



Concert bovciriie* 



Orrhektta 



Mra W C. Akortian vianao to atprre* 
her ametrv aratuime to bar many fnenda 
for *bo beovofuk SmbI VIH!** bnd it- 
preaeiaa* of ttmpalby aee oieea oi i«ii- 
dnletvre atni ^'.ring her rareni tod bereare- 
miHl-iR,3bR.iMB mL Rdt iatiab bdawo 

aieu tn Iter p pii* and Or Bnltin for 
iheir kind iimatderaiiun 



n >0 — 

11*3 MOM Tlieairr 



Theatre of Ut* Air 



Caseert Paromo* 



BKt'NINtk GARDtNINO— 40 YVARB’ tX 
aer.ei!'* c B Herrmaah. Roial nab 



Tbet* paa»*d aoay at the Royal 
aktoo llaa»iiial on Marcb 3. IBBB. Mr 
nazl JiMa Cb*. MPd 
WrrtBTO. Bowerwi. Phiund mn 
r#»M#firtrf vidurio for tli* p*»» « 
ara 1*1* l••ll1*Bc*. 1*11 Grant Blreei 
rvieed ky bia toetivf vif*. Mar »j 
m*. hU aon Prederuk John Co* of 
t Rim<i»e Hire*!, too daub h u i a Mfi 
P tDor»*i.ei Dn*l»oertl». 9<»« PuOl 
ly Bead, and Mr». B R 
arbunon. 3J1B We*t Ikth. Van*«u»*f. 
c lazae arandcblldna. ale# Uire* 



17 SITLATIO.N'S WANTED— MALE , 17 SITI ATldNS WANTEIt— MALE 



CO.MING F.VK.NTS 



/ ’ r U tNT WORK, ORAiRB RRtCRWrRrtl. 
^ Bor‘^4' tepaira ere. I* y*ara laaeri- 

err* Phoo* Alkion ItBQ or B BBB3 Uordoa 
Uayeack. afi fta coatiarter 



B POPULAR LXAfkN OLD - TTMt 
' danethB erery Tuetder MB Beu.iB t ii n a 
♦ei. Phone D IB** 



ision 



BTIINTinC PRININCI AND BI'RAVINtl 
DANURHOtrS TRB»« nBMnvBD. t'CT HP 
JJltoTfB Dl-toniJBD 



A BETTER JOB E8I9I 

rOCR TANK PUMPSD OCT W mi OCR 
BPtClAt SQUlPMBItT AND CONTBRTX 
BAUUU) Ato'AY 



Mra J Retiy and family viah to eiproM 
Jhonba and appreciaiiBp for tb* raroe of 
ivmpaiht and boautlfuP Torat tribtit** In 
our rorei.t ead bereaetmerit Rpwial ihankt 
la Dr Vlnreoi BiMitta. Dr Na*h end Oak 
l.od|e Numlnt Hume atoo Pratemal Order 
of leale* and ahipyard •Tkera 



•vAU. “THt 



I1ATION BING-TT 

4 M Teienitm DalU Pirtl BdiUbb • 

4 10 Cnarii* K'iaa«* bho* • 

3 IB . Tbte I* Bhuv Buctaee* *Ub 

I cafinn Pedimati . IB 

1 94 I ‘The MliiMki Dollar QueaUnn. 

I ouli rave XiB*r»oo 14 



BMrrtR 

M Th* Prvd Wanac ahov 
N "Lori* Uyoamile. ' oub 
Ar'hur Tteachtr 

M ' Bupper Club VUA Perry Com* 
' fu*al* 

M , t*i*aev* Dally Piaai Bdiuoa 



* pteerna* for logr ;*B*.ri, 
tnylh-ni S BT13. E ff3B 



Chorles A. Cowie 
B 1476 B 2065 

tVTHTtu* 



I vEMENT MIXXR. BLXCTWIC Wn» 
' rBbaer-iirod «h*eiP*rT«m. 13 M per 

day. d*'iT*f«d OIBBI IBa Baitutoid Ar* 

/ tARPINTER^WORK BUILD OB REPAIR 
' anv’hu.t. ftnabini. drau|nilB| l'a«. 

«uKk IbBM 

f iROCKCR CEMENT rONTRACTORfl - 
* > Concrellad and dcalnin* aatlalacuo* 
and aerdi* E 4794 or • T3«B 



Pbuaa tar Infuriaailob and Apatl&tmeat 
Ptoapi Btrvice 

BAANiCU 8ANITARV A SEPTIO 



ttlAIRB. CHEAP -JOB U3T AS 0 1133 
earb. Ideal tor lodf* or email ball 



Mra B Sladler and lamtly 1373 Lorhley 
Rood, «iHi to ekprea* their liearUeli eral- 
Uud* la tbvir many frieodi and neiahboii 
for tbe hind eipreaalon* of tymaarh), l*i- 
lera of rwi.dnlenr*, and fur <he bea'illful 
tibral irthuiac rereived cturint ihetr reterii 
br-eatemetu in tfie loae of a lorin« buabard 
and father They eenertaliy •ith iv thank 
Ih* pelllforera and th* otflrer* of Capital 
City Lndb* No Bl. XP. end Tel-SI Me- 
tauia Temple Na. 13E. DORR, for theie 
kind aerriree 



U StTl'AIIONS V^A.MLIl 
EL.HALL 



M rUORAWS HIABIDB DANCING PA- 
*iMnn Cnrdora Bet Brand opeMny 
dai'c* ot Mir live tp**»n Bei'irdBy. Mercn 
iUb. DkiannB pran Cri ae wr-tj hr* orrt***- 
Da Dancli'B 9-13 Admiteion IBr Ti.m- 
bole pnret 



AGENTS WANTED 



IS WANTED— .MALE IIILE 



lEAL OPPORTUNITT fOR ENERGETIC 
i (eie^maa muet be eiperieecea la 
imt •eltirvk of eitJter food-etntr teolp- 
»nl boi'ij eauipnent nr rommrfrial 
lri*rraMun ejulpitiraX. permamm poll- 
Mt •<>■> ealarv luid rvmaueeh'n for man 
: |>r»v*a ablliT* Appikaitune nMAdea- 



4Gt.NTd --li VTARTS YOU IN RUBI- 
k V reae eelHni men a neckuea You take 
ordm We *hip d rect lo ynur euetcmeiv 
No Ir.reklmrnt for aiark Bnd 13 lot rom- 
p;*ie aamp.e auirit la MurfaUoyd Bale* 
Campanr. Steileu R. Toreato 17. 



k i PAPERKANUINO. PAINTINO. ETC 
^a Ordrr »uv lot eaeclal teiee imme- 
di*:* ar*«l.* UPereoieed «u a by ei- 
p"G to* al>« 4u arneral repaiit Ann* 
itecoraioit. I m3. E7Bk*. Ell 3B yiara 

\ LL TTPBS OP OBCORATINO- 
• V Reatonapia arxei, etpert oi-remaa* 
abip PnoP* U CTB7 and KeaiinB BDL 



\ N tUiEHLT LADY WDCID UKE TO 
keep huuae for ner c,- irclmieu 
pr In*all4 Roam IIT Mrirotml;. IWi»l 



tHlklNEYR PIREPLACES BUILT. RE- 
' paired aaliefec'orily R HetMn O 13BB 



.LXivnUE DANCE t\'ERY tol 
dav Btuannu Audiloriuni on 
>y and ConP'iraot Bteoart'a 
i Bur 



4ARPYNTRY - WORK RIGIIT. PRICE 
■■ n|hi E9117 



tkUHLNESaUAN a to IPB NO PAMILY. 

reouire* pntiiteii a* man*e*r*u of 
ainall apartment wm-a ot |U*«1 hnUe* 
Capable ol lakine «opnpi*le rhari* ll••t•B 
acrommodatinn reauiird Ob‘> ihoe* in 
icrMim In Orei-rlaM matuiraam* need 
l»Vl> KB014 

i 'OHPtTPVT LADY RIQt IR3JI CuM- 
* - panion p"*ittot> IP *mo;- famtiy. do- 
pmdabi* Boi P474 cu'e;, 



KirD‘’H Pa»*d eoof at 111* Royal Jublle* 
Unrpllal on March 1. IBM Mr* Bloit- 
• In Rtimt. a«*d 14 feari born in 
Wiikutoeit., r* .i.Mlyania. OBA and 
a reudepi of Vietuil* l*r lt>* pax ii 
••■•a. Ut* ireldeoie 39*7 Quadra 
Bireei Sur*l«*d by her lerlnE hueband. 
Ir.rM ai bnoie t«* aleur* Ur» J- 
Maxpre ood Mi < Eileen Morrie af Vu- 
i»ii« her bteilier Jame* Morn* o( 
NanalBiij aiea itle.** and neyh*'** 
PU’-Tral *er»l-e« kill b* held ■» the 
Mcnioriel Cliop*l of < hlrne* ot ih* Rond* 
Mur'uory Ltd on Monday. March B. Ikkd 
*• 3 p Ri Inieimeut In Hu Roial uab 
burl*) Park. 



n ut PRoriTB' BELL PORTRAITB 
Manaa* your oen tntalneee. Bend for 
rataloeu* United Art Co . Tarenw 3 B 



I tABPEMTER WANTB INSIDE WORK 
' -- ftaUh or rrpainna U MIB 

i ibDGLA»~ cement” toURK. LERoi 
1 'Of amati )pbe •eirom* Piumpi mmic* 
Phoi.e E 3937 



iial Phoa* E mi 



i aLD-TiME DANCE EVERT BATURDAT 
' * ni*M Pra**r 81. Mall Mr* fwi*M rr 
rhratra mtielcal «'iu and »poi detire* I »B 
lo I p 01 prarilre danru Admluloa »Bc 

S ARKATTREWAN AftBOriATlON OLD- 
ti.iir danci on Mpadar Match B In 'he 
X of P. Hail *.|3 Con*c wl'i b* aertvd 
AiimuMnp tokr 



■ kICil OPPOKTU.NITY POR EXPERl- 
19 enced diirc' -in-*rarer ta.eamen B*dl 
naUAoeijyfainnu* b'eteun elUrle mad* t« 
rnceau'c. l.loerat yuaimUaloar DIk rrpeal 
uuMn'ti toriu pteiMO Biiirt LPRipaoy. 
Poaiai SiaUon I'. Miutreal __ 

I iKAt. BRTATE 8ALB8MAN WANTED BY 
19 FitaPl.ehed firm tiperienrod maa 
prctetied but P*t raeentlol. APPir Boa 

Mia. tkilrr-iei 



PKlCEb vlVAilANraEU 
lip Oul eetimal* le tttm, 
ive yen olll *** R *477 



ARMOUR In loT'rf memniy of Marearet 
Arnuur, «nn paaeed ■•*▼ Marrh I IB4* 
The yeart mir nip* oul many ihinB* 

Rut Ihl* theyU vipe out never 
Tha memory of theae happy de>t 
When V* per* ell tofether 
We ihlnk of hat In alienee 
Her name «e eft reroil. 

But there'! nothinf lef> in e>w«er 
B<ii her ptciure.OA the oelL 
— Bodi? miaoed Bp her biubend Jam** end 
faauiy. 



17 SITI’ATIONS W ASTED— .MALE 



/XPUUIHCSD BUILDERS HOUEBB A 
* eno'iaiiv. Phone OkB4* or EI70B 

.^tofisHiNG.'cARPKimiy. Fiiirr.c^aa 
«nrk ptioraniecd. CaPinet pork ap*- 
lally Looret prieea O B49) 



k 417B- -PAINTING AMO PAPERHANU* 
* lAd Mo Job tod amo I 
,•* BI37 - CRAWPORD-PAPEHHANOfM3 
e piaelor paiaaibB. •>ad«» «>***. repairk 

,v me - PAIfTtlRU. DBOORATIMU. 
e plaeier p*.rLii | P4P**nanB<R* 



a BirriER CEMENT. SEPTIC TANK. 
/\ ercaetirap, UM drain innalied. 
cleaned, repairid S|<*ct*Lki» on bear- 
met'ti Adni* on drainaf* problein* 
Workmen luUy etp*rien<ed. Cement work 
at all Gpta Sump pump* tnelailed 

OOROOR BOYLES 

Phone B3BB3 I31B Stytea 



Eirrrbody •elrom* 



< VAPAOIE MIDDLE 
' aouid uiidenaa* 
•hlle moilier a«ar I 



^NAppy ORCMnrTKA and rall 

^ doenlovn era'IaMe for St Pairtrb'i 
danr* Per In'ornkaiiah. B991B 



DRAOOiniNn 

oimt PLANS oebiuneo and drawn 
B iPki etter B 3* and Sunday 



|VlllLOa CARS SERVICE - liper ei.aed 
t baby piiter* R iB7l * la 3 er ef*! 9 

i |AILY CARE OP ailLDHEN 3 TO 1 
1 ’ teen R 3>Bk 

l.'EPERlfN.ED lADY toAHTO I»niH. 
I e tipn a* boueek*r|<rr fond of •■li(i<yrf». 
••ed lo farm mmtt Urtent. Bnv V;39. 
Culonii' 



HELP WANTrH— MALK 
OK f f.MAI.t. 



li WASTED— MA1.K Ilf.LP 



I, NOR KEASONABLE EXPERT PAV^TIMO 
1 papcrbeoKiiE. *** Lome Ceraeli tbe 



1 papcrbeoKiiE. 
PAINTER U 0443 



OUaXJUUING. ORE9HNOVBE8 
pern* end parefct bullL OMI4 

OURI nJlNS DBSIOMXO AND PTR- 
:nri EulKUi^SBlbito BBBBlird UUBC 



PIACK In Vl-<nna un March 3rd. 1B9B' 
plo.iicOi Ar... riatB. Of *•• fnieryel* 
Avri.oc «iitu* of III* la<* Pre-1 Pton in 
i.*f Bud teni born m R«*n. *•••- eoS 
a leiHlviK nl ViMuna «n<J dleltict for 
ai«* p«*i lour ei'il •■ne-nelf |ceia bnd 
formcrir of VeercOlto. ANA bli* te 

Miiyirril hr llit*o itaoeh'rry Mra M*»- 
ila HaLiixk, ol Whitelaor** VT. Mr* 
floen |y«wdi«* •lit onom the reitded. 
Mr« N*lll* toictmil'K nf M'minii fin. 
H< . Ihiee - WHifred nf Aahmnni, 
All.. Alter, nf Pn*.l.t«n All*, and Hor- 
m*« nf to’hllehwr.f. RWT 
Puhcral In he beM u«i TiieMay memli'l 
Macn 7 1*94 *i It a pi Rev P R O 
Dr»d>e •III nffiHai* MrCaJI Brother*' 
piorel Pbneral tviapef. Inlermenl at Royal 
Oak Burial Park 



asiBTANT CITY SOUCITCR Tf) THE 
Ct/rtoOralloa of Ut* CUp nf Victoria 



CARMimAEL-ln ln*ln# me di erp •! Mr* 
IQiMbcih Carmichael, ahs S**Md *«*y 
March 4. 1B44. 

Todar rrcalU aad maanorlea 

Of t dear pioiher pone to ml 
And ih* one* vho think *t her lodap 
Are th* pnoe «ho lered b*r beai. 

— Jebn, Rob, Jim and lamilie* 



9 br» I l tley vnn children 1 or 9 
ighU a *tf* 143 bl. l^aitbce. 



,V)R A RCUARLE PAmTER AND 
dcceratar *i reaeoaebie rale* B 4>tl 



\ li« BLOCKED, CLOUUEU DRAINS 
Septic tanaa Ereoee itape inaUilrA 
cieaneA tepeirrd Wcl baacmeau guar- 
aatoed maa* drp Aip aepitni •ork. A 
Tt-timir eervire Ail eipenenreo •orkmea 
E4333 V«o til* Cement Barvipa 



PalB-b ream, f3t3M-tl«3M peC 
Apoli'nait muM be (Urttaiera and ivilK.- 
tnr* cni.iied •• npetai* in thi prormr* af 
Brii'vb DBlumble.uadec 4* »i*r* of pee- 
Appuoaimn torttUndit bo ohiamed ai ii>* 
oflicev of the Ciy|c ftorvire Comn.ii-ee 
Ciiy Hail. Olid «tl| be tubm.liod luyeiher 
• lib a corarlnk letter iiatliv* minimim 
aiarilnd aelerr rmiuiied. and date •'.en 
verricr* •<i>ild he aiaiiahle not latny than 
I Am Prutar. Marrb 34 1B44 



ANTED SXPEHIENCKD CARETARBU 
for eiMirtmcni bloc* eporimeni tup- 
' Suine Ubbid. 



I FT TOMVT" DO TOUR PAPKB- 
Je BanflnB, patntlr.A repairs, etc Bpe- 
cial Winter raiea Immedisie eervlo* Bx 
pen •org B 9773 

IbLaBIBRINO end BTUCCO~MPAmB 
I Bpiai* Bros BB77T 



TORMtHO ALTERATIONS AND PTNUtl- 

»P me 0 4MJ 

VEW HOMES. ALTHUTTON8 AND RE- 
4V ouiri EatUMitea fiycn B B Wtie- 
mtller Ph<»r.* B 1391 



I .vXPEHIKMt'Ui BnONT.llPPPil lOOK 
> vanl* aieody employment, day* snip 
0 4BM 



piled, peitainntr pcelvired 



A CCOUNTtnu AND SOOKREEPIRO 
/a abd Puatneag flvi^lenro for all buai- 
remea AudilinE Income laa peproUi. 
bwok* oet ep. kept pan us* or monihlp 
IteaiMiaei* Pbona B 7JB7 



^VSPBRIBMCKD CUOK. WITH PRIVATE 
> family Bn* BBB3. CoNhiMI 



/ iRNAMEmAL IRON WORK. WROtNO 
V r marblnt work EaauimaH Oeaerkl 
Repeir Shop. *14 UrtnvlU* Areou* B 1*74 



\ TYPIST UNDER 99. 8INOLE STATUB. 
o ut at lean i«a year* ufikc* *k- 
imrifbie in Itgur* and drleil work Appip 
dianuaid Purutur* Co 



PHILLIPS In Niflnt memory of Joseph 
Aetin Ptulltpa, *h« departed ihl* life 
Match A 19*4 

RIP. 

-Al«ayi yen*dkb*r*d bp *•** IfIrWh i~‘** 
and fatulp - 



IIAPERHAKOIMO. PAINTINO 
I llmatei 8 3B31. D Smylb* 



\ NAVT VST to'fTM TRUCK imx CALL 
and clean up baeroubte. backyard* 
sad boulevarda Plvio* Bcotir u l4Bk. 
after B p m. 

cREAuB'nLcrrs. oabdin'plouohbo. 

disced. B*ik-AUing. lr*ellr|. eiraya- 
ling Jim BoMan Phoo* B 4d*l HR 9. 

Gordon ReaO Camp, or B 4*44 

ATTENTION. DIOGERB - POR A 
• a outre tob o« ell tppea of OtOBibg 
Oayey Ihggvig fiervic*. hour ar epbirati 
EBBli. tnytlma 

A COMPLETE JOB OP CLEANING 
eavrairoutha and downpip**; ateo ra- 
palring and i«ue«u.| b 4431. 

\ * T*REAUEr'o'A R oT b B~OR LOT B 
ptanabed ic«*;inp. ccariunf. B L 
Jevfcea. iJM Klnfiiiry. E 1J71 

\ CRBAnB. UABDINfl OR L~0 1 S 
ptougnad i>*c«.niitng a>o eaaavatlaf 
B P ric<fc. 3341 Victor B 7343 



A arrTKR job 

I yLARTKIUNO AND m.'CCon*0 EVERY 
lob a recammendatlon Prank TerL 
>1* HaniptM Road B 7)Bg 



VBNERAl NOUSBCLEANINU WASH- 
F lag •alto, etc tnodecn eoulpenent. 
rnerteiiced •nrkera Raaeoiiable rlwurlt 
r contract E Bill er B4dli dey er 



NO B) iCOWICHAN 



flCUGOl 

\ PPUCAT10NI ARB INVITEt) POR THE 
p<>*itton of Puryfuan.nt-Wdriie Of 
nchoot Ditirtct No 43 .codichbn. apbu- 
ranu may obtain a lift of duu*« of m* 
tMcdllon from the Brhooi Board nprice. 
Daman. RC Aspikaala are ipeuefte,! te 
•<*i* gealtfirntiona rtpertence. t«o refec- 
emea at*, phun* tinmher and kalarr ci 
pccted. Addrei* apvllrauotia |o Ihe 8<hMl 
Musrd PO Rryt •>> Dnnren. BC 

\ REAL OrPORTPNfTY POR PIRNT* 
c* cia»* merhantr. «hc it eaporicnrcd 
•t'h boih car* a<'d Indutlrtal rquomc'-t. 
•h,. run iny*«{ glBOB In ev'aMItlitd Hm- 
>t*d '-ninrar-r. and ab'e to tale fu'i ttiarg* 
*1 end of bUftoeiy Oond •ape and 

ruOi!* far ngni party Not 3413. Ca.Bff*. 



BTTNOORAPIIKR BOtJXKXEPBR POR 
la« otllce Aowly Joieph McKenaa, 
Ruial Tniat Bdiioint Vtcion* 



A COMPLETE DBCORATTVB 
SERVICE 



1 »LAirrERlNO AND IPTOCCOIHO ALL 
I kind* Pre* evtitnaiaa Plrvt-daet 
• ork dent Colgulli IIJK Tom Elbbetd 

I ILAWTEr' amd' STUCCO rONTRbOTTNrt 
1 Pre* cetimAtet Sumaid* Coolrarterg. 
Plion* B44B} 



WARWTCKER lb lovint m*m«ry of *»- 
Uam Spurvoon Warvickrr •ho tillered 
bl* eternal bom* Uarcb B 1949 
1 think »f hie mytftBf 
And ireaaure hie «Rili*, 
t kn*« Ne t nei Met. 

Only Bon* for *«bl>e 

-Al»*v* lb Ihe heoM af M* lonely old 
chum. Porey Berberi 

r FI NER AL niRFCTORS 



■RUSH SPRAT 

PAPERMANOINO 
TEXTURE WORK 
free Ertimet**— Tom* tf Dcilred 

PRANK CLARKSON 
PatnUhB Ceetf actor 
Pandora A**nu* Pbue* O 7134 



OnURLAT--On Merrb.l. IBBB la Vlctort*. 
NC. D*yld ihMrlay ol 139 Johneoo 
direct, in hU 39lh year born la Scot- 
lat.o Itvod In Wibbiimf Man . lor 
ivfoiy yeart belot* rmninf to Brtiiifi 
mumbia in IB4J Buryiyod be a atelfr. 
Mr» j*Mi* Rnapt In Oahaoa. Oni. 
Pni.erel «er*i<e In M*i«*rd* BC 
pimerai Chapel on Monday *• I II pm. 
Ifeicr AMhbt Caiveri «t th* Solvaliefl 
Army nfnrJaiiBg. Intermtnl Id Roe* Bay 
Centfiery, 



I iOOK-HOUBEKEEPCK. TflRKE ADULTS. 
' romfuryeb)* uii.btoied houa*. lour 
mile* dioney vn •** No yUiJeruon MbonU 
aged child Every •**a-*Bd off. But BIBB. 
Colosiet. er Sidney BrX 



lOflmOM AB RODSEXEEPBM OR PHAC- 
Ural nnrM, br midde aged ladi *a- 
ertenred Rae BlBt. Cnbmlti 



/ lAnllllR-NTENO POR TtNANC'E OP- 
fire Miisl have Uiorthand. bf ener 
griic end of toed ippeoranre, age 1* lo ii4. 
Apply own harwtvming. Boa BJ9B. CniMiiat 



ytjiBTERINO Pain 
rkperiiy don* Pri 



yLAmCRINO AND RTUCCO WORK 
Rat'metef tiran Kim HIn* R 1997 

VinCCO WORK DONE - JOH^RAMIL- 
^ t'-T> BAB BimoM E 3d3b 



1 3ART TIME HOUSEWORK. CfKIKINO. 
ftoan end roliebJ* Hna B4d7 

lyiriNED MiDDur Aotn lady dr 
■ 9 iuao Notiiinn a> mynpaiuo.. nem 
Live out Soi Bilk, Coienii 

W'UL 00~TVITN(l IN MV HOME ON 



i fArAIUK HEI.P-<lKNrRAL POR AU- 
V t.rcirir heme, onD ttery to6«ervi*wre 
Rieep in U BBBB 



MSU.OR BROS. LTD 



Qutci DhTtiKv *1 Moderate Coak 
CHAPLDTR FUNERAL CHAPEL 
P»fpittly Cum *• 

Phnh* O MIt 

Oppoaita Cbrtoi Chvrcb Cathedral 



Vic'oue I, JdbSiat Mil 
Oa«. U kdSI. Night. E 



BMJ. Mri Sarah Etien H*«l oeVnrd 
«ir* of the 1*1* Hubert Hali. »*a*cd e«ay 
on March 4 I4M at the iomity r*M- 
dcrtcc Ilf Bar»«iii* Rood Emi Nh* to 
eurvited by one aon tollllam Hall af 
tmlii l*:*Ad BC one dawthiet Mrt E 
CaidvHI at 313 bwrneUto Rood 9**' 
•ia» i«HjT griBScTUIdrra «od Bln* grrat- 
■ randrhllnr*» 

Puneral fryip Hatverd'a BC Puivreal 
rnepci on Wedneaday ai i t* pm laut. 
m*bl Id Royal Ook Rurtai PaiB 



k WATTHMAKTH FOR LOrAI. STORE, 
orv* full >.aM.. jiara In t rtt .nirr 
R«iV 9334. Cnl -nHi 



T n.P BATHROOMS 
•ink* Prae eeiima'ey 
•rrrk Mndernsfe ft 4493 



I 'APABtf. nlRI. AA ORKEHAL NEI P 
' Same knu* irdgc .nf rz.nti(.g Slaep to. 
orvlorc-t R'lxllt piMM.e 9 li! I. 



UP PAPERS TRAT ROOM. tWCtSID* 
jng pape* I IBM _ 

i« trp PER RfXlM PAPER SUPPu'SD 
J OW Dotyraier* E MIE 



gr>KPU>H PENIIOMER. NON AMOKRR 
tar ainali ranch ?*ry llgh* •'*rl. good 
irt rtnae In Rnp 0319 ColeflDl 



YOU NEm ANT UlTHINO 



ntEN 

' dor*, phofie E BBBB 



cmiAQE. GARDENS OR LOTS 
BiottPbed. barkflllir.g and *ic***'ing 
I Cariciiti. IBl Hcimrien R*ad B 1347 

NT TYNW nr POWER SAW WORE 
•nderiakoB. beuy tar eoatraei 0 3134. 



ILL DO HOUSEWORK ANO HAtlV NTT 
' by hour PNipn* Pirpir* tIM. Kay 

rnx CARE POR CHlfD AND Hr'MI 
I .sdim moUter to Jieopiu'ieed 0*777 



1,'XPERIYNCED COOK POR LARGE 
1 * nars.nf bum* o«f «b* caa t4sk 
full charge of ki'.rhen BBIli 



MeCAlX BROS 
TTm PVtral PuderM Chop*r 
11 MoTaU jBdtea M lE^aD 

B K MeCaT Torrpy A. McCaU 

aad Aaooelalo* 

inadiTBt Street PbMk* O IBlt 



I ARtlK AMERICAN roRPORATION RAN 
J opertn* for '•* yhicg men Car fd 
eelliry »«»cfl*n'* adfanfafenu* but rot 
neceaeor* PeiMnol tralhint Oerd te- 
muncrailoft ln'or«tc« Mr Lee. Bt James 
Krtei. t-B pm Hnndar 



.vXPCRXEHCSD WOOL PHtssZR. Tie 
i per hour Apply o L canar indiTtd- 
• ~ “ IBM Poft Street 



ANTED HOL'torWOBiR 4 MOI*R* 
M-mdar. Thurtoiay and frtdoy E AA43 



All typra nf tiouaehnid r***lra tnnritHnii. 
paiBllni and docuratlne. Chimryry tiarke 
Kuttl and repatrmt roofin*. •aterpcenfiat 
of baaementa etc Elecvriml •nrk o 
eimriaiiv Pre* oaiimata* Bpoedy effieWet 
•orkmin at rodr ecrvic* 

rboM B3M4— Day *r Eranta# 



GIVE YOUR HOME 

TNAT 

PICTURE-BOOK LOOK 



HAt Dnr Clraner 



4 MBmoOB TOUNO 'MAN DESIRES 
«\ poaitipn Opod drteec Ha* 3 loa/a' 
offir* ■iMrlMC* Boa §303. Co.unUI 

V NDY RANDY vm-DO ANTTHINO. 
Ctodb baaementa Hav* truck. O 4413. 

'all romk BuninNo waTrs; 

Ja sprayini of raofa otaieo. ole EB1B3 

k RT KDID OP OAROBHT’LAWNrwOOO 
aa or aleaalag. by bear or day 0 9B9* 

I ' ,'NQUSH TRAINED PROPBBBIONAL 
^ Btrdroer mnd tmenhouie m'4n Kle 
»aper.*nre oari* aieadv potltion *• 3 dey* 
oerkly. iandanpi'-g. rtmodalUns gardeu* 
BBllT olter 9 am 



■ AHILTfM*-ln Tirtoerla •« Macrti klh. 
t*3« Id* Jano Hamllinn. of tkIT Pem- 
•*«d RAod. «ife of William P HAmlllod. 
in har 79lh year; bora w Bruoe Minat. 
iMiiarW. end • raalrieot of Vtotorl* for 
in* p«*i 39 yeart Sh* u aurviyod by her 
tiufband. WlUitm. an* deoghier. Mr* 
Martarot P Brnilh. af Vieioite. am 
eranddeudhlpr. elan ena Mater Mra 
Man McLeod, af Lo# An«*i**. USA 
Funeral teryiree «iU be held an Tueeday 
• rtetnoM. March Dh. IBBd at 4 13 rclocb. 
In McCbII Bm* Ptnral PunertI Chk»*l. 
Rev w U MeRar elfuietlng. Cramatiod. 



I vXPERtKNCCD ROMAN PCBl JEWELRY 
■ i auife flute *p* and aelarr Rod 
B3A*. CohMtkt 



U NVMINn AND rONVALKi 
CENT itOMF.H 



I BART TIME COUNTERMAN P40R MEAT 
i market Rep'y. Eivini age. etperterco. 
•ddr*o« aad pbone auaiwr i* Bai likl. 
Calooikt 

rpBUCTrTdErHAlfic WITH “iTElXlINO 
a and fender rr**ir etper^enr* aryfer- 
ablf Apply III heattva Sireet 



LET US 

Aaaiet y»u ia brlcMea or nahwn yn«t 
reoma *118 UUDDEN PAOfTS' Bt Am 
W allpapot If prafeaetpaal •ackmaaahlf 
to regoired •* vin be Biaooad to rooom* 
Bieod a arafuma* db* wlU Pi**** ytto 



I .7UU-T BXPtRtEHCBO ROOKREEPSI 

required tor incal roal *4t*i* and to- 
ineuracra oftire Salarr. BlIB per mantb 
S<*’* age. itporience in bookbaeBiag. ifB- 
Ing, et< . to Bnt B1B3, Cotontai 



A ocommooation. board carp PTHL 
alderly penpl* ftotnfeCaiH* hmyi*. 
Oak Bar IIT7 fli Dneld 8i pyi>i*#E41B* 

n bARD~ ROOM AND CARE Pr»R tlS 
. any lady E 4«fl7 

i’»f^PD'^ROOM~rARP FOR SLDERIT 

I* yocaan firOcfinyatoa'CAl IN>nwe O aiH 



BRYCE * JACKMAN 
BTaalPriag. Btueeto-Eitimaio* Pro* 
PHONE O 7tf4 



ANTED YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE 



SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 

■THE MEMORIAL CRAPBL OP CRtMBW 
DtoUnettvo Beryto* al Rcaanaabto Charge* 
Th* Baade PanOlv aad Aaeaciate* 
QUADRA AT NORTH PARE 
Day sr Ntdht Btrylee — t Till 



7 * fnr peuiiry plaM Meat be nulch aid 
good veibcra Bieady ineide •m. eith 
nwMem hem* pr^ielded TYlfe enrk par', 
time Anal* Narman Pait. *349 Doxg a* 
fltreei Cillu 3430 



ally 90(7 Quad’* Sireet 



/v^OWAT-GRANT, LTD, 

Paiai •na Patdterr Suppito* 
>*• PORT ST, € 

Ptrlinl U Ne Prameip Met* 



GOING TO BUILD? 



VVOY9LIT PRIYATE ROSPHAL LTD 



L99 -On Mitch 9. IttO at Rnyal Junne* 
lln*pli*l, Lam «f 913 Plaeard Rtfroi 
aged B3 year* No to turyiyed by bie 
• if*. Mrv Wang Lee. and i*o ch'Mrf* 
to Lhlna, and oa* cmiaia. Lun U*. la 
viMortn. . _ 

Punerai eenriro vtlt bo held bn March 
d IBBB. *1 1 tm •Hh Rev. Mol Povg 



" .• ful’y **aEe»t I’adnai* on’«*f Medi- 
co' «»»p**'e*'*n'* #hcB»il*e HB* CevcTlo 
Ttrroc* Et*l4 



Many VMorierra WUl 

Baromaiend 

' BITHELLS BtnLDINO fBRVtCS 
Te Their Prtond* 

W* Rave Been AM* te (!**• Them Money 
aud ate* Tivem PirM-Clae* BervK* 

RBABON- 

PrateMixnal Clonetrurtiea BupervitMm 
flood CodUcts on B«b-C*Mraeto»rt 
Jbnanctol A**nW for Ueen* 

ConeiiwciMn Uven* Qutokly'Medo 
Plana and BImmrinu — 

Came In and Talk Over Tour 
BulMinc BeuulremoMe 

TOO CAN DO BETTER HERE 



WTI ARE RDirtNINO A RADIO flAI.tfl 
»• and repair d#"acraeni in odr lUte 
W'll fie*tf radr" repairmen ulth <sr. m 
eperat* earn* N<*ic eelary etpocieiL etc', 
lo Bift 9144 Catonlat 

W*wmi BINOl.r MAR POR DAUrV 
' ' ferm 9tu«< be able to -mieru'* irt'a- 
II, g intrhtfie Q, een Merfarrt a flchaoi 
Parra Dunran 43kXI 

W*RTEn — FURNACE OIL - RURNER 
ry fnechantr for city mrelr* aad tnaial- 
laitoray iieadir emptoyineni fne fitti-ciaa* 
ernn Apply Roy bkU. minaiai 



I ,7AVB0TROUOH1NO AND DOTYNPIPSa 

d cleaned repaired and reneoed Pree 
e«lim*l*a g'een Pbaoa B 3dBt 

l.'XPiiklENCEO'CARETAKBK WOULD 
la rare far tdiaJ apariment blwk In es- 
change fdr euite Boa 7BB3. CoImui 



1 INI. TO REI.P MOTHER IN OORTALBS 
7 dtotri'l aMc’ tohoni G 7173 



J-kAK lOTXYB PRIVATE HORFfTAL SifTB 
vr Q>.pdre Habn Madx al. f u««*is*- 
••eiH pnd rtirmiW pttMAle 



t ENERAL NEI^. UVB OUT. PULL 
3 time EP4I4 



FOR YOUR SPRING 
PAINTING 

BUT AT OUR FACTORY PRICK 

HAtDA PAINT CO. LTD. 

•39 -* UBB ’torHAIir eTREET 



TH0/<^.S0N FUNERAL HOME 

Etk nil Parmerly *1 RHaaipe* 

Oe*. P TtMHnton • J L Dvias 
Geu A Thamaon 
PBRSONAUXED SERV1CB 
Its* Quadra BL . Plywve Q 3411 



UimER THB r-APf Op 77C* PIPTERA OP 
ST MARTI PRtORT 

ST. GREGORY-BY-THE SEA 

A conentoeeen* hma# pr«vld'h| hnme mm- 
farta end go'wt rxirvii'B car# 

— ST MARY'S HOME 

Pne aiderty peopl! reedtot **••’** eara 

THE PRIORY GUEST HOUSE 

rrh* ntonahlel Hotel, - A r*«i far 

aiderty peapi* and ceb*ale«r*nla_ 
ftor BAfttoulor* reeerdkag ih* *bo*#-V»»mB 
-^h» rewree'loim epply S' MecT * PrMPP- 
Bnmerd Avenue. Email* M33 



n OUfllKEEPER AGE M TO M. POR AN 

ndul' faraitf Fully mnden Name end 
pleeaen* lurruund'ni* BVtr* help rneiet 
in rii.M to* tnoB Refeyenroe reuuired 



^XPERirffCm BAKER HEEDfl PART 
d ar full-time «*rt Ito« BIB*. CBtontoi. 



vXPBRIETfCBXX JANITOR kV) 
J A W>iUam AraUd. 4.1B BcU 



MAITRBWfl-.fn ▼■clorln Bn March 1 1990 
ttfiyfe Mebei Menhewa pf BOB Du n emiii t 
fiireet. beloved vif* *f Walter Matth*«L 
la her nih year, born is Indiana. U B A . 
•lU • HoldMl bf. Tulb. AlU . IBf 39 
yean prior M oomlng tb Vlctort* #it 
vear* agu She toueo* ►*afde# het hu** 
bei.d. Walter, one doudhier. Mra Onr* 
Luriito Ooomi. Hi TurlA. Alto ; four *d^ 
Glen Alton. Ro*c«# Aletm Btontoy IrelB 
• nd Ranrkl MniiheWL ell M Turt». All* . 
lm.r grandannk and Rtv gruaddawdhter*. 
*»-. Ihiev btoUter* tn Illlnola. USA 
Punaval eerelret mUI be held en TueM«» 
•Ur’Boaa Merrh 7m. IMA, bk 9 dm. Bee 

- - - - in McCall Bin* 

itertoenl lb Royal 



H QUHEKEIIPER to HO UK 0 CHTLDREN. 

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Elk Utt. R**al Oa* PItoM CMolU SIFT 



IJPARTON ELECTRIC PHONOURAPM 
^ with aelt-a*mtalnad ampltfler 111 . 
O 11M 



DRYSDALE 

SASH & DOOR CO , LTD, 

mt Ceet SL Near the Ball P 



WHY PRSEZE 
PURMACBB 

/ 30MPLETI WITH HOT-AIR PIPEB AND 
' ^ reg.itart Can ba Inttaliad Direr te 
114 daia Otfaraniaad bM w amnke 1144 
«nd up Alaw repair werl. Anywhere 
PUONB B kill M O 1211 



•ritrE Bi.UE MOHAIR ritwriTPriFi n 
III)'# ear* gnnd rnnrtltlo" 442 Bet 
t. CntonMi 

•INI ILB BEOS ' BPrInOr' AK^ i?AT- 
treiaa* Inrtwdad PlwMva OMT4 



COUNTER 

<L’UMVE4» 

POR BTORE. ( UPPEE EAR _M 
RUSPVE ROOM CALL 

YOUNG S RADIO 

B 1141 at B 24tt 



milD B ALL-STEEL CRIB 2a t U. 
wiih cable (Bring Pboca Obtll 



CM ART Lim-B ORESNHOUftB Idi4 
^ lerlimal BdtBtod. rempirta Snap, IIM 
Plliaa If naadad Ma Leilla Or.ra 



FRIGIDAIRE 

SAL^S AND SERVICE 

Paetory Trained Baraiea Mas 

McLennan, mcFEEly & 
PRIOR LTD 

I4M OeverBineBt Biraet PbPBe O 111) 



I IRV MEN MANURE. WITH PEAT MOBS. 
X a ne amw. five aarba lilt ll «arka 
HN datirerad Batk« ant tociwdad O PHI 

I «*LBCTRIC APmANCES - USED MOP- 
ft tat elarttU rangi 111 walEa and 
aandwirh gnIL |l Ik. Bra light 01 'urat 
and fewr wall biwvkatt |12M. Premier 
duplet varuum rlaa*'er. gM II {> Uain- 
waring E Ce . Til fwrt Biraet 



MINT AND rSED RBABON- 
prug SBiniton Ml Deuglaa 



^TAMPB. 

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Kutal 



RENTALS 



I 30lTACiE-BIZE CROYDON COAL AND 
* ' w'Mid ratiga wiUk water lacbai and 
Itwie plpta Uaad I mentlia. Ill or Baal 
altar Alae aeuapaiMa baor bueiy. Ill 
PtMMie O Mil 



^TEAMER CABIN TRUNK ENOLtltH 
make, the torka feed randmen. 414 

E4JW 



Flunr Bandert, Paint Bpraya Purap« Port- 
ahie Sail and Ulai Barnlara. Cement Miaera 
and Whcelbarrnwa. Elecirla Hand Sana. 
Laddera. Hui.dlr^g Jaraa, Pwliahara Pipe 
Tm>l(. Air Cooipraaaer and Ja<k Kaaimeta 
Braaaera, eu , wiUi pe wlUieui BBeratar 



Morch Comes In Wilh 
NEW ARRIVALS 
AT STANDARD FURNITURE 



^TNOEB SBWINII MArHINE 'HOT 
^ drepht^- gwod ninnuig ladar 124 
Bnlta 3. 414 Vatoa Street 



WASHING MACHINES 

EEATTY ^EABY -MAY 1 AO— UU44IN 

Tarma Arranged 
Sapaire u AU Main 

MODERN APPLIANCES 

I VATES BTRETT PHONE B 2411 



US SUTCLXI AND MUTOBlYllAl 



IMMEDIATE BALE 

I ,*l PLAT ALTO BAXOPtlONB AND KO- 
ft dak BtUQh U Can*ra with arraaawrlra. 
EYWoNG# BELMONT 44 M 

I ','*LBCTR2C TRAINS REPAtRtIWLlONKL 
ft apamred aarriea ataltoB Wa wtU aaD 
and dalivar O Mia 

l,*ticTRlC~ pohi able” rewind” ma- 
Ift rhtoe Bpariat. iwYly |14 41 Tajtor 
.A Cb . til Pert IMrwt 



I ft wito brdrablU tool UIi. IF' ptough. 
mw rr«p cuIUvaiat adjuatable imt any 
lype of et» aew 1144. rtaaoBable dsat 
aarrpted ymoiM eranlag* Xaelihg IM Q 

L*ord tractor, two plouohb,' pwc! 

£' moartr. barrewv grader, tratlrr. r.aw 
at duion RaatPBable Bo« 1441. CwloBtol 



ft lOUniNATlOM COAL. WOOD AND OAB 
' E.iltmiae raiigt. Natrly pew Ib> 
fermiuen at B IVil. 



LMOBT new RALEIGH BIC-YCLB 
e>lB carrier. Phone B IIM 



Ba eura la aae wur weadarful 
Mla-Mns el leaelr B*« Uiinga 
fnr Iba b«me 

I PTE SNVrHfR OROUP -modarn and 
altrartir* SECTIONAL XNYDEB rhatter- 
fteld auiu Pira piaraa ler IIIIM 

DINETTE SUITE . autaiandlBg MODERN 
autia MBeUltog af e«laa»kftB Ubl* tour 
npttftlaUrad chain asd a reemy buTa' 
let IIM •• 



iniNI PHAM MAROiJN IN »Eto 
l cwndllltei Phpna r, 4334 



ROY E. ROBERTS 
AAACHINERY 
IM1 oovbhnmbnt btrebt 



ft 1LAIRE JEWEL RANGE WITH OIL 
* burner ar ran br rrrarltd to wead 
and coal Phene E3I21 



INOBR DHOPHEAD BSWINU MACHINE 
Batok«.l I1U4 etier 2 



rpREAmE B E W ' I WI ) WArRINB IN GOOD 
I eendltiaa wpan-terad mantel a««ck. 

Wa**ri<(f alarm ctork larg* de'ible P'r*i 
rnaoar ir.rwi. round wow<ten iray_a'l*ef g| M’ANTEO— MIH4 ULLANLUt S 
raawerale Xtame. framed pinuret <pniciai 



V*W>NT-ENO IITORAUUC LOADER POR 
r Perd tractor. IIM, slaa ba'-ad bay. 
IN par too Sidney 144. twaolnga 



ft 30I.SMAN POLDINO CAMP BTOVK tl; 
* l-lMirner aiertrle piaia. 14 Bnlti Uk# 
nrw Pbnne ObldulU 2I4Y 

f«RXAM ENAMEL^ 'CUIM JEWElT- 
' wovd and coal range braaa rgO* ICi- 
•elleni uudiuen |7« er hear offer E14M 



riTB ecu BtrrCLl IE' PHAMB. 
gvwd renditiea. | 2 > ar naareat pffer. 



1 /LEc*TRIC BTOVB. 2 RtROS WABHINO 
ft machtna apt atia aJectric beater pM 
atl burner Plxma B 2 m4 



lyUACK ALAIIRAN BEAL COAT, VERT 
2* rnid 4ondlu»n. Biaa 14 Pliwne 0 4124 
befeia 12 boob ftr itiar k N 



M asbey-harrui tractor, new oon- 

dluoB tfd out year eld wtlh Impie* 
mei.U 4M0. or star efter Kasltog IIPO. 

y>OWEH*C^TIVAf^ IW HP BRIOO 
I- SiratiOB merer lawn mawer. atlacb- 
marl Aa new Phnna O UI4 



4CM. UELIVtkY BIKE. GOOD 



apWO BPICIAL CtlUNG BEMI-Iwril 
1 tart a'a-ifr Hahi flilurwa, kN watt 
and 13 erdtnirr aBIra llitarta Ba« ar^gl• 
arer Catiirai BuUdliii klft View Btraei 

'|*WO TBUTTHB AS NEW NaM tlifl. 
1 matrhine bat ahea and rdamaUe ctaai 
Phima Eiai4 



.'•LSrTHir WANHING MACKtNB POR 
ft ta«t Pbaaa o Mil. 



A BErtES DEAL 

A t WALLt UBATS RBIAa WARS* 
bawaa We ba*a a aig toraeem em 
cdoea wa dea i aapeci to mate larga 
pikK.ta 11 p«ya raw te mi> yewr uaed Iwr* 
aitura au , to wa Wa w«y lor apei taas 
to awiall ameuau at a beaulwL Slediy 
Boene pr mi 

WaLLT OEUIVE 
lUfAll WAHBJIOUSB 

Nl Ba-iMia< Read Pbep* O Ntl 



n OY S NAVY MELTON OVEHCOAT FIT 
buy 1B-II ye«ri. Ueed aoadiUeB. M 
Pheoa E IMI 



rO'THESM riRCULATTNO OIL HEAT 
ar |4d 01IM 



I .IVEHYTUINU IN BICYCLE BEPAIRS— 
ft Beiaard Ltd 1414 Dewgiaa Bi O Mil 
ft 1 XJrr 8 HALBiUN BPORTB MODEL HI- 
* I cycle edotowM with generator Ugbt, 
rear camrr arid wide*. kM or bear eflar 
Phnna 'E44M e 



t/LECTHIC HeAtKN A8 SFW WKtrB 



I iHTElirRIPE COAL AND WOOD RANGE 
I ft wi<h Ml btrarr toaialled. randy to ge 
kl4 Nawpnn 



ft aiiainai and chrepie Phwa B 1334 



U*E OABAIUIINB SUIT. BUB U. 
' Hardly warn Pbwne B TbM 



yljiNFT JUNIOR TRACTOR FOR BAlB. 
new eutdliieo. Phen«_Cel«Blta HIT 



1 ,XU« BALI - REPRIDPBATION BOCtP- 
Bunt- .One U-ten Linda ryapara'ire 
ammenU candanar twa yrart old. a u 
4 t It s 4'i n tinda ammaaia eem* 
piaaaur twmpieia eub la-ti p mnt«r. la- 
ten ttap»ratiee cendmaar, Ml traa air 
purttr. ammonia lartiver. ahall and >jr<t 
brine ceeHr and all aummaUa and • ae- 
trieal ewnirol Bet I2b3. Cuieaiftt 



|.*LBCTH1C RANOSTTB CRBAM 
3 7 er.amai antanaien lege Bn addlMnoal 
• triDg nt'-eoaary INI Bdgaware Read 



T he porowon major m cominik- 

A new. hteh powarad tractor made 
in England Handlai ihraa ar fwwr-furrew 
pletlfha wuh rwae Owtn# to rurranc* 
da*at«lto« lf» tha Viw*«* prlnU Irwtor 
0t Ila pnwar Onl* 41 441 Per toll IB- 
tematloB rail MatlnBal Motora Tractor 
DlrUiea O 4ITT 



STANDARD 

FURNITURE COMPANY 

RIGHT TUROUOH - YATES fO VIEW 



apKXAmE BBWI.ND MACHINE. GOOD 
1 werbing order 444 B >444 atur I p m 



ft t CNTB KNGLIBH BICTCXB. 2 SPEKU. 
* * Slurmy Archer brakt«. 4M Per im* 
madl4i4 tale Ph»"a B 443) 



,'LElTRIC BEAL CY>AT BIBB 14 RBA 
ft Mnable FT3i Deiicaater Driae 



.-tlFCTRICBTOYE moT OVEN CHEAP. 
7 X TlJg 



I.HIR IALR-3 BIJICX COATS. BUHARLB 
1 ildttiy lady, alia tl. akan. Brown 
tweed lull. Hull waiii Vary ytaMaaWT 
•need O Mil 111 Bwabbt 



*ENT B HIXB. GOOD CONDITION. RXA* 
I aenabta. Suita 4 Ml Topaa 



1 ,VJH BAI.B BAWDUrr Bl^RNBR OAN 
ba aarOr con*erted to wowd and coal 
tn tend rendiuen. cnmpleie wiib water 
larbat kto Pbitna G kIM 



rKDEMWOOO PORTABLE TYPE 

' etHar fer ae> gnnd rwadltlen E144I 



ABC ^ 

\ mNTI01l <• BBWT CABR /PRICBR 
paid Iwr Bead aaed torPiiwre, u>a>», 
ateaea puaea. wa aaii anywMra, anyUato 

BUB PURSnURB OOMPABT 
111*111 JQPnawa Buaat PSeee O M3B 

Maaegaa B LMM 



l,*BRTat7.BB 11 PBR RACK. OELlVERfO 
F Lawn*, ganiana seed nanriehmanl 
Appi* pvlvwrlted dwtk ewaru new Oeh tn 
nuirlltewa eketnrnu Duak Parai. Rldne* IM 

l,*lTrt ~~ BABEB POLOtNo“>lJlTrEH 
I te bwyar nf BHidern LlwTd pram ta 
•rraUeBi mndllloo lU. M* Owrga R'*ad 
Waal •’ 



1XHTB J-SPESO RALBIGH CYCLE. 
2 prarilPally Daw. |4d llM ArgyIc.BL 



TRACTORS 

PARMALL CUB 

Per Small Parma and qpw Crep 

CulliaeUeai 

Hrdrawlic Pingrr-Tip Cwnirwl 
quick -Chaoc* ImpMwwnta 
A Cwb ua BiM a Bear far Werkt 



1 ENTB BfCTCLB BXCELLXNT CONDI 
* non. 124 O 42TI 



MAUk -SAWDUNT burner CAB 
ba aaaiir ranrerted ta wwod and tMl 
Owed mndUton mwaplaw with warar 
Jarkai kM O 4124 



AT MACK AND TOMMY'S 



TWEED BUTT WITH 2 PAIR 



f 4REY 

* ■ imweera. beewa imarte awito- 

bia lor bey 13 It 14 yaara Raaaenable 

B4I14 

l” fUHT BLUR'i^L COAT WITH BLUB 
I ft let cell*' *••• ' >* word bPly a law 



tlRLE CCM BICYCLE OOOI 
2- ditien. 144 Baarhweed. B till 



A Bwwlatn 4ta-pi»*e Dinette to ealnwt 

eaivaer end like new 441 44 

Naarly new CTwnvarto wi'h wphnU'arrg 
■ rma to green rover eiih leaf ear- 
torn 444 M 

Penr-driwir Reab mapN Cheat made b« 

"Krug* 

Srau Btangard Bridge Inmp with ahada 
and bwlb li M 

Oeid heavy bfltoi Arfn<-halr 1)1 M 



AWCETT WOOD AND COAL RANOE 



34TB BBRMEB BirYCLK AIJNOST 
new. ganaraliM’ OM31 



TUTE TOltET. COMPLETE 11 1 14 t 
M RR WrY ErttllbAird. VTY r fWE . 

MEEl'cifArR POR BAU”e34 PHGNB 



n ABIET -14 - OVE3IHEAD IMI MODEL 
Jnd been e»arh4ul«d Haw rubber 
and baitorp. Hat wiBdacraan buddy uat 
and aaddia bagl Cheap. Need ih« reaH 
IMI PtrnweM ReU. B I21E. bafare I p m 



h iAWCVn niLLCRCBT CREAM ENAMEL 
rnet and weed rangt- ■* larbat 444 
Phwna EtS44. 



• \|AN B DARR URET BUTT tWILBONS*. 
*.*1 Jk waiai 21 kg darb tr*> ***** 
•Mat. afmut nan pair lad* a brnwn relf 
-R ’ aheea. tlw 4. 144 kd er eflar ■ 1144 



A il iypeb 

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H oblU ^ANTE4>-«300fia^ *TEYnib 
Bpau«- '-BC PtobeaiM BMXrie 1M3L 
Itir-; etlmr mmke a* Wuteni Caead* and 
Brtitob CelMbto Buie eendiuen aad 
praea Pereytli'k Bea* Biere. PerKkOt to 

l*ABr”Bu6oir por -rwuiB.'a4i»i 



BOUOITTI 



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Z EIBB SUPER IRONTA B EINriiB WIN- 
dew I ftitera Kedechraue 434 adiBt- 

er. Letli feaeapai t autrNaawa enlarewr 
Phene E tMd 



I .'AircfTr WOOD and coal range 
all enamalMd. efeettoni cendiiun 
IM B aliPf kvn Read R Mil- 

PAWCETT KTLLCREBT RANGE IM, OM 
1 naareat effer Phone B 2M2. 



UBxn 

n-3 BMPEEIAL OALLOR WA-TBR BOILSR. 
rZ J39 ' gaf^e* bn'le^^ p.’a*a ell tank 
H'jmphrw* iwtBgSflwh - type gaa torna»» 
nlhra-tTpe ft* nrepiara Heaferar ga* 
Itirnaae A 34M er 1111 Deugtei Bt 



HOLMAN & CANNON 
Used Furniturt 

171 JOHNSON BT. E 



IW BPRINO COAT UOHT < 
B>m 44-43 m Phene B MM 



AN-B CCM SkCTCtS ALMOBT NEW, 
with earner baabri Raaaenable 



AWCETT SPECIAL RANOE. UO NEW 
441 Anplr 111 Ringa Read 



-It BIACR EVFNrNO OOWN BITE 14 
lil. Hi«a teriUiman'a blwa aiUL |iu 



I4F INTHHEE 

da RODfL • OIMR-riR. ANTIQUM 
hembi and aoM M3 Perk O 11U 



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ft Mela. Mttr 



PUBNACE OIL BURNER. COMPLETE 
i with abiaBfXnr canuelK SU14 

/4~^B~iic y fpop«T ~ cmretNA-noN coal 

' ^ . and flertne .ranee While with Week 
inm, rnnfeatod me** pipe. Xx pew twndl- 
tlM. I3M Plwn* O MU 

pURMEY”*' :02CablAT10N~bDAL. W0(M> 
vf end gpa range. O «M1 EM Old 
Ragwlmeit Heed 

7kUTlNET 4-BURNlR TABLE-TOP OAP 
' ^ reMa. ait while VDenml garb eg* 
Pwravr to malch. Uba aaw E2IM 



ANB CCM BICTCLB POR BALE 
Una aapdlileP- $30. tprhidini ratraa 



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CIWDERB 



BALE -JORNBON ElErTRIC PUXNI 
lleher LAe naw Pho^a E ma 



\TtA4 MATTBEM SHOP- ALL TTPEB 
•’« nt daiiraaaaa. Pel eponga Hnitr- 
w<vM tod* Ai'ateiieria and rvnatrt Trta 
nxkep a*'d dalirary ITTI Owedre eFRlU' 
•la O tan 



YOU CAN'T FOOL 
THE LADIES! 



A BCTTER CRA.VCE FOB -TOOUL CTC. 

AT JACK B. IDI BROAD 
A tme.l pMiei lathe, •ampule 144 b 
A Na I Wing beat pump lib 

A tman. Wark paah-aeiiWB rWte 13e« 
A papft-hangar a toog-blade abeara 13 b 



lOA'P ARilL DE LUXE. 3M PC 
<y4/ Pgwinwad with telewrepia ferkt 
Rand-ebitrW tn naw eendlttee Ml Yat*« 
biraa' Taka ^ar to >rada Terma.- ■pee'er 
Re«a>m'« Bargain Lee 



ia-wa-tt PURUC ADDRBV AMPU- 
I U Per vemwleie vllb apaekvr Cton be 
uaa a< BC Mund B Redlw Bervlu. til 
Pet; Birvat 4M 

-THE BIO NEW PRlriTDAlRE 

7 ^ CUEK PRET. NOW AT MrlFER'B 
• / Hardware ImaMiate «mi*WT 
IBM B qeacra Wae we B Ft43 

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0 Saarh *'Ce-Bd'- raegw. watowi dHtn#- 



Bt«>r.g Maablnaa. ekr*raol awndinen 
guaraatend • HIM aad 121 . M 

WalROt raneer waivrlaB VanOT and Ba'Kh. 
large rewad mtrrer- 4i4M 

•eautiitti 1-leM dewhle-deeg Werd?*»be. 
apotleu MPdlitea MIM 



\ a NkW. 4-PlECt MODERN DINETTE 

Miite Naiurwi Itolati. lealhrrritt 

•*••* IIM pee lain aairlttra 

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w<ib atiredto and witoM trtoa Eknel- 
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Ditpeaiff wt •eetlaPBt «BHtortiatd 
aad armahair. bartae drab, epea beekaaae. 
and tablet atl by amt n***drawar 

and tbree-drawtt (ipud iaE rSeeia. etmar 
ahtif hail wardrebe. eledtru agpUaaa«a. 
aisgvr me4dr. Heertr and leeia. niiee 
tadiegtani. Ubia audet. todr't ./^i* 
a«atu aad baeu ala 4 Celgntto lUR 



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' > ertb and matching drvutt. AI la per- 
favl aendlkban Beet efler O M4i 



plataa aea and warmlRg tnta 



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MANAOIR. R tOUn 



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714 Me&.ree Bkaak 'par pnau^ 



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1 roMo. li«»(*raom. il*<irb aiuntn rhEEUI CAR HEATERS 4to *3 Di- 
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• O PONTIAC NNDANtnT 
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AO PLYMOUTH 4*IK>OH M- 
40 DAN Wtib taaairr 

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$1975 rpSRMB Tradr* and BOUaiaittop 

$1795 1 .W J2495 



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n-Ai. CAR SALES 



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V\ Mart ««M fond bomt* pr®«l*<^ 
fato makd M3M M9I Dtileo® HimiI , 

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p anpla Phxxru Olfll 

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tinfla ffifl ■ MM 

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MltHILit-AOB tXxUPLE TO 1 btlnran fa® and 9 P » 



1t;ANTSD MIDDLE AGE tXxUPLB TO 
>7 ahtre 4-roo® bunialow. nkt *iU*i 
dlaUitL XAIB6 



,*OR SALX - 4-TARD ALL-PURPOM I 
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an Will m ar.r trarb Phooa E3M1 



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coiootu l*3M far anvom'mrnt _ 

I '.OOai'ANn CATR SOABnED TN SANt- 
7 «ar* oax® Mdlrldua' o«ar«»e« pak- 
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' auU xnaplrt, atalt apUanAl 



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1 Twn-ROOM AFT 94# PER MONTH. 
I I 4lnilr raorn* Itb fxr month 617 
Tai#« Sfrarl _ 

3 .R.W1M FURNISHED NUITE POR RENT 
Phont t 7731 



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4 a®from^*-Fw »,®ofiihi. from Martb rrnWroNE TIRta AND TURt* 

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40 hoaur. ararbrwCMlk 

traniffiimwn 

I . I Bl'ICK BEGAN Hxairr 
4 I and dtfxwiar 

• ^O W1LLT6 

3o COACH - -- 

'a « fJlEYROtfT 
4 I dKDAN 

'«rt FACKAXO SPORT 
xY RGAidnrx 



$1975 tU llnwa of Dra»ndahla AutoMObi'ra ' 

1 TRADBB * TEXM« 

$1295, Oi-n irtrte 9 a® to 9 B® 

aBI TATHN SrHEBT PMOHff E lifi 

1595- 

$1050' 

J250 PRINCESS AUTO SALES 



wui tx«ai 

nunad rwama 9- 
aarafr CBtoWU 397 



ya 9-ma«* baihfooH. aa4 
M 397 T 

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n T ETfOIINH OEjrn.KMAN PlRf- 
plarr oultt Modtraia rent t«mi1ial. 
or lorhtihod rntiaar Hot Hia thiloniaf. 



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reriainoa and bath E Ball 



{ CA CAR RADIO. fXCTLLEirT JMENDl 

IMN. bid OIB4I 

•’Blo'”6ND NEW CAR RADIOS. BEAT- 

ata apeUtohto, arctaonrlai. «ba»lA. 



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Lt?"r $1695 



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fkOOai ANT* CATR NOABnim TN SANt- TTT^- fL 'wARM WEt fF^^lBIfS H * ^ DIWIRW LNK 

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tal Wtra Baa 9194 CManiat 



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I.VjH BAIX REHTUUNT COON HOUND 
I 11 9197 



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" * U»1 JLobrMWf - Bt.rfer Cplllr x|i.«i I 
B»f®th.xtid puppf. l•■•aT• Yrrr aFnlli 
8 4*71 



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I apnrinani. *rrr mmlorlabJ# Brat UROINT 

n<eyi Rot b4At CedenUt \"OUNO WOXKfNO MfTTHER OESIREB 

NOTT FURNISHED SLEBPIIHJ BOOM • furntiliad b»d-au-fnf.rn<i® and W *h- 
«1 VanMonr Biratt *n*f»a »5fB ptltava rnixahfa .0 mr* ho«t 

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irELr-FlUNISHtO ROOM tUITARlX le tva-raar-oM bay *hl!a ®athtr •trk». 
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bJ6 Boi 6363. CabMiui I f«8m CAR ArctSSORlfW. ntATEIIS 

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PONTIAC 

irmAN 



AUSTIN 6 
SEDAN 



PRINCESS AUTO SALES 
LIMITED 

■iuobbt vbeu car lot in nrrmiA 

Tva Bntrancki 

146 TATEB n axto JOHNBOH BT. 



$275 TATEB n axto JOHNSON BT, 

$695 1949".;::...?'*i2.'‘“' $600 



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40 NEI'AN 



907 J |Y4y *fatowd. Do«B 

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t«a»Jktn> pondltian. vlth ntrai 



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9 fka pnvritr k eitr» ta'a ax»d adwkM 
AI druc alnr® and ptl ihppt 

tiNKAT PANI PUPE.'pRirKO RtABOS- 
Vt ahia Dan*land Ktnnrla R*1 I31X 

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8^ jparph a Heap4U. E .146 _ »« . «*rtb^ 

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OPPORTUNITY LIST '4 Bxm vaNTBO 6 at t.i«'h undrrbmiy or ap kO 



firrxad Cam par a.-rtlt ’ 

tfi»a*0« ran halt ito. I Vrry meStm UNFURNISMED 



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k'’ 176-m W B 

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WANTED B at t.ln'h undrrltody or ap kO ^"N*tioua 
rinhi hrdrauiK bm® *aHaaN tor l•••• 



$1395 

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1942 

1937 



CHET. EtDAN. HB4 
MV Uvvd 
UQOnC BEOAN vua 
Mv tnfina PsU Bttad 



$500 

$500 

$695 



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laan Atvitt X ■ 1 7.J 



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f.rrMn'Urtr* IMMEDIATE OCTUPANCT \66«»CW 

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COLLINRON ETXEET a madrrn imr-h*d- 
rnotn apartmanl HIATID. b<i* 6"* 



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WANTED TO BENT 
BflAWMIUAN LAKE 

i-yOTTAOE JULY ANOYJX ADOUST. 9 
1 badraema irdeer pitambint prorariaS 
Wtn par cacHl raniav O ITfl 



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1936:?rSiu 



j 1940 ?^"“'’*" 

n«B.' 1938 ^pr^.'^ 

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1935 



OTNAIt EVDAN 

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MviM AND RATW DR WfTHOVT. |ii A 



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yi if*Bipor*al»*n EMtrl* f*vilt®*" ll»h»* 

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•ingi »*U«v-tarad blvH ARd ai rtwri 
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rtiNA 61 a> E. Badrav. Btvntvoad Bar *1 m 
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■ntarkiMtod Bm P436 C«lMUt 



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A ' ' ' REAt.~ ROME LIYINO.IWTOm' BEO- 

tvd® bathrnn® kUrhtntaa* dmttla. 



WATER REATKD EBrnt-ltf® MM*, bi* 
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. x u ‘ JX AdW 1 VE 1 -E FURNWWfED flUFlXE 

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n«n In Srtulmalt naar •!>• ®a and 
ireiwp"r*ati'>i< 97* par mnoUt 

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: Ker & Stephenson, Ltd. 

MB OQIfSWMENT EIILIET. O 4UT 



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to•1«n Nut BEft, C«l- I |NjarTOST • RUILT NC'UW TXAfl. 

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* 1947 Ch*« Btdan Ond*ra*M ntAMt bl MB 



RAUTIFIZL NINOINO CANARIES ALSO Kl 
hid®, a M7B IBM StivMl Are 
-IXrS UPf^'lNDP. TEAR OLik IB -s< 
I tommomai _ j; 

lANARIEi POR BALE -OOOO aRUCRE 
•9 Call L. PabAAd. B 1311 T 



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; \ TAUXBUl MARCH IB - OS LCTi- 



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I.VURN I. HK- ROtm FOR BEHT CLOSE .« an t]n« tM»U’r ranrr and F* dta 
r terryUtitW 0*97 ^ • tT h#l* Ada*'* TOl*. 6M pat manlx 

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FOR RENT 



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: lb* manr riiraa at ihi> pnet. 41 4 M. 
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1 Bttdad at aattrral mrt and n «na ol tba 
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bug at tba doer. 



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GEORGL RANDALL 



< 'll. aril b'.k.' liaranxer «r ■>• 
garjri.rr -i^ ,»f. area till* pr»ft 
*rn ftr*.'"iui will' a mmimuai of 
rlfun and tnir *i*r> b..ur ykttj 
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ft* auftdi»td«d wubdul loaa at vi 

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nulwd Makt a Hn* BtUB»«r raaert, baj 
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prapart? and *-5^ 



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R>ir|al>iaa and bumaa for rmr m tie bearirt 
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Hail*. Errninga, E 4IM 



R'atrani i-rabin agid aaarl. 

ftungalaa. ralfr* bar and grn *m fH-i 
Ong ftrre dL haautifuiU -tr*aa t«ri»t»*>n 
Pnaribnai* All-/*ar rrr- COX Cn/ 
gnu* T»rm* Ja.O.OUt 

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W* Cn«*r Vaarnu'rt l*iai.d 
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liar tirg* R'rmwrT En<k fireplae* Tna 
d '.irxf-tiiarr i< *uiflrt*ni t* argaoiaiodai* 
many g'i *»ta Tlta cai»n»t ktrrh*n. ram- 
■>*.'•!* lfWI|W!~Yenigin* many **vra 
buOt-ina and i» wired lar a range One 
af tba two bedraona la larg* lar twui 
beda and alt riaibta rloati* ara ligbied 
and tpacHnia The plaMer finiah ta arr* 
erreriiv*. being aomrwhai dlKKrtQt In iia 
■ apettrj aaper- A aiaail Ipi'CB eft klUbeu 
prorirtea a main Hoar «lliHy it detirad 
Til* tiepk 10 kaiemtnt and tu ciaer ar* all 
arrf qra<fual. Th* Pa**m*nt la bign ab*o- 
lb'*’» dry. caniaina a firaalar* and 
ItAMd l9f *r- rt f* rp.-m. large bat-air 
piped furna. r wrvei e*rr* rnnm and mn> 
lainm a rapper cwil ta eranocita aa the 
e.eeirir dutbealtr bni aaier beaier alga 
a driae-t" garage Tha gr iunda art fearl 
• lid ready lut *eei|ing Tht* hnm* la In- 
•u aled 1*d vert meUruleua adul'i d' ly 
hate tHr.ip.^ all, re rdnalrurirrt about ui.e 
\««r age There la n«l a bleiri*b la n* 
r i.imJ The p»ir» ;y |T tkq Tna laae* 
4*4 TT * 'eima ar* 'll'gi' 13 IN |M 44 
ainmhl* tifil 11.344 '♦ paid "If ibeii 
It* M on a Prudential wnfqage a* In. ir. 
te-eil and ti*e* inr uded Ot. H the dnwn 
pai ment ta inrretaed ta $11*3. ib* paa- 
8>rilf3 — e<Mnmeni-e laimedigielr at 134 44. 
We bold 'Mienrteo eiriutlae wrillen aa e 
ae i>nt rlgb'a and nfe-ed Py ihla attire 
througn W' Haup*fle'»rn pn'i TTm 
grounda bar* the p.iaaibillir af adPdlaid- 
ing when Hadfieid m- pul ibreugli. lur- 
Iher teduclnq «H» now tow prlre No outer 
prire ran He arrepieit D'lae fta "f «*U »• 
la al«*. aftit* B 2141. ret 8 4414 



a ge !•' i..g.rn.tAi 

■ irapi*. e bun 
bed,n>.ma ai'« 

■■•te bBiia'nnm 

■ »•*>«• ' a a’*r» 
e>' t'wi aoprnai 
BafTTfire Pf* 



APARTMENT HOUSE 



-*«!• JMt) 

rnri. > per 

l.at"i. ng-a*g e a. 
poaiRr -RiwDrii * 
fHB-e— i*n«yn 



auua'ml IK IHt heal lMr«tna|i a id iiBrirti •• 
U>e •III ibia PuiHiinf U in trerir t rar»i 
itaa ii.eid* and *ui Heat typa Otl-O-Man' 
bat-aaier hewUng tatra a. '-aaniHada'Xn 
■ft ibi PaMWiem Three apaiUfteuta l*"- 
4B4e4. lb* taurib aw.er nrfuntra Wt 
4nd« }aw alU >■*» ihl* plar* If >uw *e« 1. 
»j pliuna lor ajipotniinent to Iriapeet -4iea- 
•niie abi'Wa *'i r*'ei>i’l leiurn iraiei Uv>a 
bigh rlaa* praiwriy 410 000 



BUY OF THE WEEK 
GEWUINE MONEY-MAKER 
LUNCH COUNTERS 
COFFEE BAR AND BOOTHS 
WHICH ARE ALWAYS BUSY 



Pemberton, Holmes. Ltd. 

I04S GOVERNMENT STREET. O 4134 



ar ran b 
furriahe'f 



$7000 



AIRO A Cr'iPYBE SHOP AND RAKBRY 
mai be taaeii aver imra*dtai*la for Nm 
than iwft tbnnaand raah Balatvr* of ihir- 
Ipea hundred ran be paid frtMD prndu 
Would ranaider »*. iiai.ge an a houi* 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 



11 LISTINGS CA.NILLLU 



\ TTENTinN. AMENTS! I4M BOUR- 
rhier Aetnu* la atf lb* market 

\eOTICE TO A1.L AORNTR 1441 COOK 
i>N Airaei eirl'Utie la It A Reberia 
Vtrtanai Ltd 



FRASER BISCOE'S 

glH COURTNEY ST I 

Eiea. Mr Praneia, B 314P 



Tbia eauUki.l buaui*** *a tdrated to ibr 
renir* uf Vie'vria and deflnltaly d"*a 
a rimbltig trade In the liat ibiee men'h* 
alane 11 hae netled tl.koa and a fall If- 
ape'tion at il-r nuoka aill prote 11 * top 
return an purrhaae prir* Inyenlorv to- 
rliiilrt a f'lll line at ruu'pmeni plua large 
kll'IiMi •IlH hel*|.|-p* range Krerr- 
'hlng here (hat la nreettari la a f.od 
buat'.r** fyeii la N*nr> llBitlllig u-- 
div'd'iai miian marhinea. el- TbeT* i> 
a Inng leaar and rm<* rudden lllneaa 
rnrre* >bu aai* ACT PAST 



Eacluait* Liatiiig 

CftU Mr. Lalna 0 * W> Hoyt*, krra. B 444'. 

FOUR-STAR AUTO COURT 

Sltualed *t>|b>aii* tba rnlwBoal Gulf Clua 
UiM u a lully tq.'iuPed aula court •an.*..:...' 
mg at mudarn duplea-a iralier camp, rie 
Thip butiHeaa ahuninc art ei<-*iieni prniic, 
IIM44 Ha *oid <••>>■• t» ahki.raa Very at 
ira'Ute lerw* a* reliable punhaatr Vi- • 
• aria bume taken a* a-art payaeei.l Pl*#*i 
•*• Ml. Sevdhouea lot rurnguta tnlurwa- 

two. 



Ba'ablltHed. tail 

411 4MAT STRXrr, PHONr 0 1III 
Member nf the Rea< Peiaie Beard of 
Ytrioria BC 



IStURB r'.l'R < AN ON Mi'Uk 
If1ll0l'''ll 



TO SEA AND PARK 



N onet TO ALL AOEVTS IV' 
P’ankitft lertac* U non eft the 
mariiei 

I M-EASB RfITB SOLO RY MR AR 
• 'hur >l| Tc.ronio TT<4 Quad'* S' Pnr 
a.'inn Ur' •' h JoHiitlon A C<- . L<C, 
f asaf-l Uia Rroad St 



ir^NE SUNK' 

A PAmiCUlJkRI.Y SIPASANT RBSfDYN- 
TIAL SETTION Of TMl OTY A SPOT 
LESS WHITE ETl'CTG UNaiDS AND 
OUT' INAPrCTIOR REVEALS l.AROV 
lIVINORnOU WTTH PIREPLAC-E: DF 
CBNT-SIEID niNINO-ROOM. rASINYT 
KITCHEN WITH A NOOK. RROROOMS 
WTTM -rLSOW ROOM PEMRROKB 
TYPE iFOUR-PtECEi RATHROOM HPAT 
AT TOUR riNOERTlPR >RY THERMO- 
STAT COAL-STOKER EXTRA FfA 
TURFS ARE A FINE BASEMENT WITH 
l.Al'NDRY TUBS, TWIN WATER TANKS 
ItiAR HEATH) XNO COPPER-riPEDi. 
RICE FRONT AND RACK GARDEN <VtO- 
BTARLSB AND FRUIT TRSn. COOCA 
TOO 1 THE PRII-E JoVjU 



H A Roberts (Vic ) Ltd 

nil iv.voi k« RiHrrr 

B 2 I 97 



OPPORTUNJTY -KNOCKS 
OUALtCUM BEACH 



TIME— SAVE MONEY 
FIND THE PLACE 



$8500 



I )t.8A8B NOTE ANOTHER 8014) BY 
I Mr Arthur >*l! Varmnaer S' New 
ttailr.ga urgently needed Jobruuifl R Cs , 
J3I4 broad SI I kI4M 



Smart, up-to-daie a-uni' AUTO COURT, 
In an Ideal leralton an Quailcum R*neb. 

Playgtrrund of ibe laland Earh unit 
•pnalata «f l«i> bedroom* raMnei kltehen. 
Ilaing-raam and ahouer balhradtn A lera 
ramf'irighle reanri earh nnlf earllf axom- 
modaling alt oenpte Fuitr eq u ipped and 
r.imlabe'1 Cnnrre<* rnundaltana FIrv 
I'me on the market Ht •leaen ae«ra Gmmi 
r*«*an fnr aeifing A reatir earepllnnal 
but or IlkJM wrh *13404 raah Phone, 
aril* or wire L. Rarkclt. 



BUOP AT PA'ikS PIfTORIAl. KkALIY 
rUR BETTIUl SUYB 



CENTRAL REALTY 

Tik VIEW BTnErr, s iiki. «*•«. osim 



Klond Investment Co. Ltd 

134 VIEW BTRECT rHuNE U 1IH- 



It'hT PROPERTY WRHT SAANICR 
Road M off the market 



NEW 6 -ROOMED 
BUNGALOW 



kSAt. ESTA-TT AOENT8. Pt.EASE TARE 
4 nutlie. $33 Raynor Avenua hat hem 



BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LIMITED 



4 EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS 



ilk Dunedin, geaen looiftg. 33 173 raal 

Full prir# CA07' 

(Pavmenu *M mnniblyi ^**7/. 

347 RFfThwood. fit* riwma. $530( 

3133 Mara— Pnur roumi anii ^^3Q| 

S3I- Canterburr— Uodtrn 4 
rooma ISSM ^aa» 

Efctuata* Uillngt To *ee InaM# call 
Mr. UaupUNbrb only 



TRUCK AND FUEL BUSINESS 
COWICHAN LAKE 



LISTINGS CANCELED 



Mrmheia al i)>e fle«l Saiai* Board af 
Vhlarift 

1131 RLANMIAflD ST FtMlNIaS b Ok.' 4 



H. A. Roberts (Nonoimo) 
Ltd. 



447 Jaland Read *n1d lo Sr*t I* tee It and 
3M Dal.a* Road *nl3 Srai daa ada*ni*ed. 
U pric4 a r*aa"«table your haua* will aaJ 
Liat With Me, W Baiity 



"ARTISTIC CHARM" 
OUTSIDE 

WARMTH - COMFpRT 
INSIDE 



Thia buaineaa catwiiau of S 3-tvn ln>e*a 
aquipved aUb huCkU On* 1*41 Maple 
toar. 144-lnrh *hr*iba*e. Tfta eitwr. 14 m 
condor, uged far fuel Aiao 4-lati Haya 
Anueraun lumbar Mailff IXIng moat 01 
th* hauling tor Cawnban Lake Lumber 
MUR Alaa 144 rualumera far wnwl end 
aaaduii. Inriaded u 3-ro*m houo*. •>**' 
Uk Ughi and aai*r on 3 large tala Bom* 
trull tree*, loaeir *lfbt. garag* far trucca 
Ifteama $434 per iMnlh. 0«lng *» Ulneai 
owner iftuat twU qulrbty. $7800 



MAKE HAY WHILE THE 
SUN SHINES 

YOUNG MAN' HERE'S YOUR 
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY 



P>a*ai.tla larated amor.gat Ih* '.a'.* Will 
bum 4 - rouaiad aiurea bungaloa Oak 
floor and tlreplar* in Ualno-rati*. t..» 
floora in 4-pia-e bathrtioga hall ind k.t- 
ehar. Oarage In ba*ement ptped furnw* 
tuba You rant duplKala $6850 



Fh«n* 14*3 ar rail L Barken. Doakloton 
Hatal. Vtetartft Sunday. Marrli 3. beiwfen 
II a m aod 3 s m. 



A "Farturr ' bu.ll and iruly iiKra' iite bun* 
aalna on a auiet •ir'-et iaa* la IH>a>b 
Dri'« Nit toeely tauaak WUR bartiaood 
fla<iiv ihiO'igii'Mi' Oll-O Maiir bai eater 
healing AitaMird fa'affr Na aiep* ai.f 
eery r <f garUeo Tbig 1 * ftn ultal i.b.K*. 

$14,750 

FIrae* A«a fur Mr Stmad B>*» S IIPI 



1003 OCYBRNMENT ET. FMONK O 1124 



O.NE or OAK RAYS MOST rRARMIRO 
SMALL IIOWBa WHICH JURT SEFMS TO 
oRow otrr of the stTutouNniNii 
GAR43EN SK/LIFUU.Y LANOSCAPTO 
WITH crFRIKK HEDGER POR dPTrit''- 
BION THE ROOMS ALL fH Al SHAPE 
COMPRISE A PLEASAfTT -'t^VAStX 
SORT OP UVtNO-ROOM WITH FIRE- 
FLACB Firm DtNIhO-ROOM IS JUST 
A BTEF'FROM THE COUFACT KTrcHEN 
ROOMY BAlHROOXf BEDROOM FACINO 
BOUTR' FRENCH DOORS TO THE OAR- 
DEN SECOND BEDROOM OR DEN TO 
•nWT THE RIOITT PERSON -THIS ROL*SE 
SELLS rrSELF-ANO IT DEREBVtS- 
JU8T THE RIGHT PERSON INCIDEN- 
TALS ABB TAXES OF 3St BASIMEKT 
AND FURNACE ATTArHEO OARAiiE 
NO OFFEHS CONSIDEHRO 



5 YEARS OLD 



$6500 

PBiCSD X'ERY LOW FOR A QUICK BALE 
TAXES |M 40 

Thu gvnUeman riaft ainnei U breaking ap 
hi* name and In «rder ta a*ll quickly ha* 
autbonaed ua at earlimlee agent* to dU- 
put* af It at a prira that ramparea mar* 
than raaniubly We eaniektly talleit tha 
Inquiry al any genuin* pruaptctlar Pur- 
ehater Intrrpaied In ebiaintng a good home 
at the b»Na If you with t* elew the 

ekbrrwr a^l lu* for tba numbar *• Vtnrent 
Birm ID th* High Gorge Area Vere *u«- 
ataf* far a eauple 4 immarnia'e r-mma a« 
a fun tmaement aak Hoar in L R . flrepUr*. 
and aUa lnrfud*d a log el*f«rte flrepUe* 
Kltrhen big enaugb in ••' In One lart* and 
an* RWSnas-ati* bedroom Full haeement. 
but'waler heetIM. drt**-ln garage The 
IM la hewattNI ftftd he»t a« ran be A amatl 
gr**nh<ru«* t* art at b*rk The bit l* ftnred. 
The title rlear. w* will •••m In financing 
lf needed Tber* ar* a lot of free Item* 
■o*b a* •lerirtr range garbage burner and 
•wnina ard tmall lien* Re 'he very first 
la are ihit llt'le C)*g*-*tU*rA gem *fr 
Hattprnelarh. offle* B314I. R*a B 4*14 
PS -A lat af gnml fumilur* eaa b* 
bought at .aery reallatl* prira* 

Cal) 4e RaupiHeiarh Daa ar Right at 
B 1141 ReCld*ti'« PNime B 44T4 



3u*t what Ib* aetla* man heed* 
TRUCKtNO nUSlNESa Frlte. 
with trurk and COHTRACTB. 

la a mere 



TWO EXTRA ATTRACTIVE 



\ CLIENT REQUIRES A 4 OR d-SCITB 
e\ aaarimpi-t ftuiidtng No canttraium. 
Cenlart Mr .tinpe cXbalda R Mar. till 
Broad Bireit B 1114 



CamforiabU t-mrN»ad aiding buuaiae 
Bmraiira ball bvlng-ranaa with rir^l>.» 
aak Doora. kilrben with t-ied aink 4-pie.e 
baihroam S bedroMna Full remeni pve 
meat, pfpttf luccutaa. iitb* It ae»o* paim 
but you 1) a COCn 

Uk* It at 



$3000 



SIX-ROOM 

SEMI-eUNGALOW 



P R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

• BaiablUhed )l4*i 

1113 BROAD S171EET PHONE U 7111 
Oiemher Raal EaiaW Board af Viriurlat 
Bycnit'gt. Mr. Clark*,. O 3443 



Ker & Stephenson, Ltd 

teg GOVERNMENT ST 0 4 



IIIXABE NOTB~3T1 WILDWOOD AND 
1 l4« Robenawn UaUd pgrluftl*elT with 

tha Yorkahlre 

OEVERAl” CLIENTt“wrrH’31.444~CA8H 
^ argfcitlr teqatr* baum Plaag* call 
If ynor bouse can be sold with tbia caab 
paymtnt: Vallane* h Sawyer Ltd. 0)431 

U 'TTlAVl^An^EXT WHO BAS RE- 
qgtkted that we pbtftin tor hia ni- 
madlaielr. an attraetia* bungalow in Oak 
Bar Requirement* ar*. larg* hyitig-rwim 
with fiffoian*. dialng-raotn must haa* 
hardwood floors. r«a Vdfaafoa. allrari:** 
lltchfB and iBOdern bathream Oriod haw- 
menl Hmiea mutt b* heated by on or 
auiAmatie r«al t'.okef Eniranr* aa gtoiiad 
tartl preferrad Pr<r* 114 403 ta 112. 440 
Mu Rtiborta 



big at iuw rent*, a net of 44 100 an- 
nuaUy. anniher govd llae-s-tit* very atbiilar 
earning net 12100 anonaliy. Roih lhea« 
pripetite* ar* within eaay walking dta- 
laiM-* af ahopping reiilr* of city m very 
good iaratiuna Thra ar* both eery at- 
irartlvf a* lanf-ierm hlgb-r«turn In- 
aeatmenu Law pftra th oai-h taa* by 



PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 



RHA riuitlrurtioo 1343 LMHog-rnAtw 
Eitia gueei-eiH 0 inlng-rao»B eftarioua 
threugh 'Itall large maa-er bedroom 4* 

t ie-* pM'ibrwk* aaibriuau, larg* (abliet 
tt'bea aiih 0 iM»| •(>** ''Um-in ft-noiq 
all rat.gr. latae retrtprator U|Mia.r* 3 
targe beitrunma a'.d ta'ga ■> wk Ya'stias 
bUnda an all aiadKOk PuU- iMmyiyenL 
large eta-lri' Oi)-n Mb' -- •ir-«»>-<litio«>e4 
h ewi UT g Ttypirwr gaiaga. Ilaaramnl 
'omi.le'ely iiMd P>'>iy «.f ru|i4Mar'»a. 
Ruibcu* ream ^•'g-imng 'abia Uwr lead* 
II. p la ie«i«i.| (mU* Large rat'irai liih* 
ft*»l aiin f'-ubiaia Itea'i'ifi'lr >a',4- 
».'aiad gardati l.l|h' rieung Irull ire**, 
simaied on I lou Tas** a 1 G X/V\ 
1143 Pri'ed at aniy « I J,OUU 

Par Api>oinim*ai t* Yiew PNaa* Art lar 
Mr Rena Etaair.g* 0 3330 
EkrluHv* Ager'U 



PORT STREET B 3100 

LargeiC Driptae la cm* of Pae Uiiad 
Home* " 



W Ralley. Eeenu.fai. B 4431 



TURKEY FARM 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

1042 OOVEARMBCr BTREKT. O 3123 



EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 
DQWNTpWNjUILP I NG 



lUncaa the aonW fftae* yoi^'Jiia opiim- 
tutiliy to get Inia a tnriviiig buame;.* *f 
your own 74 acre*. M cleared Ibrm la 
a good *li-r4*fii bout*, a nea.'r-feilitig 
water supply. elactrKlty aiul <*l*i»hane 
Ot'hard. bar fleida puaiure* Sain*, ga- 
raga. Uartor hmiae warehau** r>r<»ad" 

bO'jaaa Etarirtr bauberiea am batch 2W0 

turkeya a saanlh order* ar* rnming in 
aow. Hew awiier could oaik m. turn a 
awiuh aad ha** a goad reaenue wrjiin 
34 ddyi All iaquipmehl tea* than (w* 
yearg aid N«i repair* needed Riariri>- 

pumO and ma/iy othtr fiaturee Seiir* 
art quickly 00 thia otia S8S00 

Eyentngs, B 3A34 



$9500 



A. A. Green Realty Co. 

0»4-44d GOHRCeN STREET 
S"i* af Coarh Lift** • Bflli 



Laraled la baart *( bualnesa diktrVt Sub- 
atanitel brirk buiMing af three aioriea •n# 
ftaaacneiii Poasa-uen af ana ator* If 0*- 
alrmi Pr**nt raaenoa rah ba readllv In- 
•reaMd A amind inreatment eiih •pe<u. 
latiat poaalbiliua*. No phK.e intorma- 

X .r" ‘‘ $50,000 

For Appaintmcni to View Call 
All A OupiaiB Rea B3443 



A LARGE HOME 
OVERLOOKING 
BEACON HILL" 



R G DALHT * CO. LTD 



U ’ANTED FOR CURNTB, 4 OR 3-ROOM 
kungalBwa with baaement* ta Eedul- 
matt ane Palrfietd Phob* B 4144. Vtciorta 



A CONSERVATIVE 
INVESTMENT 



VICTORIA WEST 
Bargoin for Working Mon 
$1200 CASH ‘ • 

•-ROOM alder etale bouae vtib boeeiean' 
and aeparale garage Llalng-rAom wMh 
B fi b h n • beOraawM Mad tarn. XlMker. 
and batbroam dawn - I bedroMti* ap 
Taaei |i2 QUICK PORSKSBION 41 km 

JSK PRICE $3800 

Aa* for J Pea/MMi. Seenmci B 0471 



.ENTRANCa BALL. SPACTOUB ORaWTNO 
ROOM. DEN WITH FIREPLACE. FULL- 
SIZE PININO-ROOM. KITCHEN RATH- 
ROOW'AU. DOWN. UPSTAIHS lAROE 
SUNROOM ON STUDIO MASTER BED- 
ROOM WITH OROBlHa-ROOM. TWO 
SMALLER BBDROOUR SaTHRGOM 
BASEMENT. nCTRA PLUHRINQ OtL-O- 
MATTC ROT-WATER HEATTHG SEPAR- 
ATE OARAGE ALSO HEATED ST U CCO 
PINOm OUTRIDE MRGB SCrLUDBD 
OROUHDR BBAtrnFUU.T LAND0CAPEO 
FRtTP TREES SOME RENOVATION RE- 
QUIRED HOWEVER. ORTNBR LRAY1NG 
COUNTRY WIU. SELL THIS VALUABLE 
PROPERTY PAR BELOW COKT. 



WeU-bullt k-aulle slucra apartmani in- 
coroe at 1303 30 moalbly and a .'-raoenrd 
aell-eantaitied aulte t«rr owner Pleiaant 
Inration. OfiaO rental diaanri Liberal 

ITargllh at , $25,000 



— FLASH — 
OWNER TRANSFERRED 
MUST SELL 



urgently NEEDED" 

4 rpniM *Ub basement, alder lypa. Jubilae. 
Oarge, Saanich 43 kOO CASH 

4 • 3-r«eai morltm bungainw. OORflB. 
PAIRFIBLO ar QUADRA BaMmenl 0« 
Maentui Prire ranga to 31.44V 



HAWKES FOSTER. LTD 

1111 DOUGLAS BTRSHT' 



DUPLEXES 



fteieral plane fur dupleiea I* be bulb under 
RHA W* arrange and tuparalM eytry- 
■ blng— laana. eantrarl. awnstrufUaa. ate 
Prlrae aary aerarding ta aUe 

AU A Duplftlh. Rea B 3001 



Poge's Pictortal Reolty 

744 port; street rii 

teenlngf Phan# Bert Bnapa. B 7t74 



SpMlaaaiy rleaa and aMraritee g-raww 
ihiMiern bunealaw amaag attiar new b<Mftaa, 
Thrmigh ball ta nlra lleing-room w.tR 
firetiiate dm.n«.-raam 2 good bedraama. 
Pemhrnke bsM.rnam rplenaM rakitmi ki'-. 
ci.en atiuiy rnata with laundry i ju* OmaS 
kaMifaeni *t.ii furnace Baparaia garaga, 
Nice ),K Caab tm bar.gl* FZGA/N 

3J4an Put prtre . qOJUU 

Pleaae Aa* far Mr Spaed Ire* B Mb 
Ekclaafya Luiint 



FRANK S. GREEN LTD 



EMPIRE REALTY 
COMPANY LIMITED 

324 PEMBERTON BLOO E 1 



GEORGE E. THORNELOE 

O 4337 ya CENTRAL BLOO 



RANDS REALTY 

113 PORT ETREET 



-CtOSI ta Rlfb BrbdOl wellabwllt BUNOA- 
lOW of V^aoBia. irving-raaaa dir.lag-rasm. 
3 bedrasma bathroom and tetiaraie uiDt. 
tood-aUed kitrlaen Bbaemeat with fur* 
Bare **(»ar*4e Baraga Mortgage af 44 *M 
4Myabl* 41 4M a rnanUi isriuaing inteTaq, 
laata and aclacRMii THJB IS A REAL 

?ss?fE;e $6500 



MARKETS AT YOUR DOOR 



APARTMENT HOUSE, 

TOTAL PRICE 313.004 
BNOWntO STEADY RKTURtfC 
WALKING DtSTANTB 
-RU PHciNE INPORMATTOW 



W* raqulw Ilatlnge *f mefibim-Ervet 
hnme*. a 3 -ar ■ ranmo. Fairfield. Paau 
Hrlghu Of Quadra way Quick rauneruia 
arrtpn Atgireaeni we haee aeaer-il tUeau 
anGoiU t« purrhaM 4«u*ble prwoarT 



3‘* Acre Cbirhen Pana with 304 tayerv 2 
ehkkeu hauaM and ei*«iri« brooder bvuie. 
PMir-raesed bungalow aitb ciiy oaur and 
u,;^ CIM. t. rlt, J 575 Q 



SELLING 



WEEK-END SPECIAL 



tf ywu are gerulnely wanttrg in mD eaur 
heme ar raaniry preweny w* will a»are- 
ciaae yaur aaal*<-tlng ua 



5 ROOMS PLUS REVENUE 



Kmi taani'h Raad- Pour a.-re* at fin* 
land. *U cleared 
bvngaia* 

Ftiaa 



SWINERTON &CO. LTD 

420 SROOOHTON BT « H4 



aul# Cnurt. 4-atar ratli.c. eu luaud Hlgb- 
aay Thia u a real manea maker and 'he 
enee ha* baen rui 3**40 lar aukk *a3t. 
Iheatiig efriienl retutu on Um ineeeMnant 
•tth eery libera) lerm* <t AHn 

Iha full pm* Ta aoiy )JJ>UUU 

Wauld aeslliiie't 114 700 H you rouM get 
a ffuarantee af 0440 per saanUi prafu. piu* 
a aatara af 3)00 par manlbf Wa haea e«rh 
a propoatiioA. bat wa tan glva no phana 
<nfaraiaii*A tf yau ar* Inlarssted eontaci 
Mr Rfdinga peraanally at | siRire 4721 

B eeatnoa Fhane 21m RIdlagl. B 4M7 



NEAR DONCASTER SCHOOL 



Can A Laiicaeter. kll44 



D. D. McTAVISH 

*07 PORT ST 



$6300 



CAU AT 



gC^CA Atked I'm (hie 3-rar.M 4larrW 
bungeiea || ha* eahlr.ef ki«. 
rnrr> tflrlrg-rpem. 2 hedrulwne ba»hfm.tu 
and large iM.'.g — um wl'h ftrirr flrewiara, 

eiM-Ueamma 'Wifo-iaree -se^-awa-Oma 

.'''neaie r«qi Maee Inei* Frtre la* 
riudee nearly new aaak eteee la matn parg 
af bome Aftoaf H reaft wauM hartdu 



CADBORO BAY— SEA VIEW 

GOOD 4-raam STUCCO SVRGAIa-tW rrmS 
-su. Birv gf*-*- Auua-i, 

Ala* fuTba** rwoaa. hoa-oalrf iratino 
Taiaa ONLY 337 Pletar* la FTCAA 
affltw. A GOOD BUT AT 9/ OW 
which UarJud** alactrtg range 
Call Mr Gftan. tflU. teenir.M 

AND MANY OTHER GOOD 
LISTINGS TO CHOOSE FROM 



SlUHST. riaa* an 3 acre* gvod twll ell 
.:laaead Small buAfolaw. 4 roama. k-plrr* 
baUiroom. rliy water and lb ' ' 
hauls fat 100 fttfda AU aa*. 
alder buagala* far 
equity 



FRASEOJiCOE^ 

0*0 K>uri net rrRKET i 



$8975 



$4000 



STORE AND POST OFFICE 

BttabUahed bualnaaa. In 
rity Turnaatr apo Id 
■iMth. Thia u food 



Mortgaoa i2 IM. 



SACRIFICE! 

hdiaa la *tIU>4l 4»**nu- 

aUng elrcumataoee* B* mnft wff wt ifuik- 
aaiiom prtM ThI* M a beaatifui hmiee 
wath aitracue* eurrauadfna*. and la a 
prapdriy that ahowld s^al 4a the bual- 
M*a lamUa mas «h« deatre* a hauae af 
elaaular aharrn. OaMgaed t* proelde th* 
maalmum *1 aemfart wiiR th* miatt^m 
af dameailr laftar ~- I year* old Aed 
rwama. harowaod Smiw thraughowt. 14*0 
aq ft at Baer epard R«t-w*i*r he*L 
Large Uetni - reeffi kg' t ir. diamg-ruam 
ir t !■'. bliehan IF ■ IP Inafadlag aoob 
LorBO IttUVdo Foryh <r»uM ba umd aa 
utility ruoan. High bdaement dnee-tn 

I arage Thia baoj* le HT the Yiew Rr>ral 
aewu* area. oAiy threw bl acEe Iraat aew 
lOutai aad ooe fram btR ini VboaL 
Thb la eachielee with Mr Marry FMtet 



$12,750 
MEHAREY & CO., LTD. 



OH PRINCESS 
- REVENUE — 

[ MBQ FvO bdaement 



D. D McTAVISH 

0*7 PORT STREET PNONf 



RIDINGS REALTY 



A LITTLE GEM 
HIGH. DRY LOCATION 
' FACING SOUTH .. 



ON OUEENS AVE 
— REVENUE — 

aed baam Fun baaerarnl Fnrad 



$1000 CASH 
CORDOVA BAY SPECIAL 



SICKNESS FORCES SALE • 
OLOstSTABLISHEO GROCERY 



7« rXCHANGK KCXt. eSTATt 



Madars k-reom bnnsalov. comprutaf ifw> | 
Ing-rwwid wuh flrepiac* 2 badr-masa. 2 - | 
plare battrrwam up-ta-Sam kitAfted wi'h ' 
dinino apdre, Uiraugh bdll ^n. btfh 
UnaX eamaat baaement was nur.iM and , 
dHva-ts farage Thw le a ear* warm 
tmwae Owner ttaiao ttwt OB* lOR CdOI i 
aad od* awed wwod per pear la •afflrleni 
Deua Ml range Only Iteed m by iha praa- 
•at owner and la In Uaaiaralaie npaditma 
Oeod gardtn idt with trail tr*m. aoMa *33 I 
l>mi)a ctrrle Owner bae bdufibl a wrpw 
hewaa Maka «a a* affer 



Fairfield Babi'a Wear, waaderfsl appor- 
taally for draaamaker ar eiwantiaa *f 
praaewt buataoae Liyiag-quaiieri far 1 w* 
owak. fuiiarm aad Maa* * 1 4 aA 
Full pnr* $ I I UU 



I .'ErNANOB-POfrH-ROOM HOUSE IN 
u Vaaeeneer. value •pwr>i* I1.34P (er 
aimllar ta Trrtena Caotaet WUien. 1721 
Wala* El TaMaaear. B C. 



Camfartebla 4-raam b«nga>'** a*i eemeei 
fauadattaw. butlt anlr a te* 
f<md aat*w43d)afe Rwa le«ei 
Tag** aniy 432 Thu m f 

barn* and tSe fW) pew* 

Id 4 s>y 

TetaS W S«M 



gwj&f^-FuU POM aakad far tbia 
prwftiaai* etwre w Fairfield 
raeideniial diatrirt Aiee faeludee *U 
aleck .giaarunieed 31 704. aU aqalpment 
la *4ore. eraire regiiier. A'gidaire 
aewntera and many mnire* Rem nnly 04* 
month aud a itnas aeuM b* attured 
Aeaae emiact Mr Hind* B2I01. Day 
wr Night 



$6500 



HAWKES FOSTER. LTD 

1*13 DTJUGLAS STRRET 



ATI MOOn CAA AAJNWN FAYtgETrr 
' email bam* and arr^e Alblaa t*7X. 

kWNSR mu. TRADE MOOKRN DC- 
r pla* Oak Ray. reemwe <l7k. tar 



CaneuK 0* fee eereUent eapirtantli** aw 
■ he talleaihg bdaiaea* •awanuniiie* 

ttaldetream Lodge Auta Cdart 
T«a Tael Raaintiae* 

Farm Land* asd iman HtiSia^ 



$3600 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



$69501 fidelity REALTY 



HAWKES FOSTER. LTD 



S ASKATCHEWAN FARM. 22* ACRBB- 
OwPOT Wduld trad* far a bduaa wltbla 
eliy llmtia. ar a gvod ear wauld b* ***• 
aldered aa dawa paymaaL Flaad* writ* 
Rat iOM. Cdlmkl 



^T — SHELTERED 
WATERFRONT 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD, 

1013 DQDOLAB BTREKT 



FIDELITY REALTY 

WUUamd BuDdiag 

14* BfkOtraHTGN VT O AROBN 



RANDALL'S 



ESQUIAAALT 

Naarly a*w white aiseaa baaoaidA. 4 apiew 
did raama. aak fiaae* UarwaMirat e-pian* 
bathraom Step rlfbi awl ■< th* tlirbea 
IS** atlDtr roam oaeas*- KOT-WATER 
RAOUTOR KRATINO Bna taca'kaa. taro* 
lat laetaded IB pr«w R NEARLY NE* 
MOFFAT OS LfTEB tLBTTRIC RAJtoE. 

COST nsa am larob SNAsrEi. Acme* 
Ksne BiHCTRlC aOT-WAm tank 



SPECIAL— OAK BAY 

BtDtNG RGNOAtiOW-Oaad laaa- 



STUCCO BUNGALOW 
NEAR SEAFRONT 

Abawl "••* yaara aid. larf* Urtna • 
wHh Srapmed. drol^-raam. t«* badrt 



EXC^HANGE 



PENSIONER'S PARADISE^ 

• IkM DOWN— NEAR BOLARIUM. 3M 
»Cntm Half cleared Weli-MH timw- 

rwam ewftaoe. Uelaf-raam with Ereplaea. 
caMaat Ulwboa. laow SOirM*. tlacirta 
§m4 Fes. WoaM make 
•amp all* VRu It iafinftele w 
fmmidtaea 



MEN'S. WOMEN'S. 
CHILDREN'S WEAR 

FftOy equipped aad datitg foad bniiMi 
Oaad Iwraitaa. kl 044 *t4cK. ptoa ftatwaa 
Real only 4S0 pee meaUi; aoe-raam Nviss 

o aiiiAia Oahei Oarmd ta pM2 avtas t* 
st=t»f3a. wmaaa ta aaaruiee tar *3 3Sa 
T ura m leuMdarid la yaopaamMe paniea 
rh ap g BS21I Vemaa Martls R Cw Ikd.. 



$7350 



$5500 



$9500 



$8750 



$2750 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 



HAWKES FOSTER LTD 



GEORGE RANDALL 



AFFRRCUTED 

McCANDLESS REALTY 



N. H. CAUFIELD 



HALLMARK CO 



HALLA^ARK & CO. 

2 S 1 camub HLOo. stsu 



f 




Ballti OHolonlat »-C^ s. i»sa 2 S 



ROt’SEII rOB 8ALB>« 



BOrflM FOB 8ALB 



■Ot'HCf rOB 8ALC 



Horsc.s roB kalc 



tt HOrSEH rOB JIALB 



KER & 

STEPHENSON 



THE BC LAND 



WHITTOME'S 



HICKS & FARRANT 
REALTY 
I1U DornuMi rr 

Of9 H VP 



* UVaiVirM AULNCY LTD. 

luur V«»* <» 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED^ 

Reql VoIuBi SincB I 9 S 7 



P.' R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 



OAK BAY— 5 S 500 



t , VICTORIA REALTY 

Tit TATB ttnsrr “ ritoN* t < 



FAMILY HOME 
Near Beoccjn H»ll Pork 
Seolront, Bus Route ond 
Schools 

I Mt* 

•u- Tar*«icn h«ji, itTint-tM* 

with ilu)Uif-rM» »<roM b«h 

rieon. rw<WK vaAImi »*« 

h*flrOolB* tMl SaUkfvcua 

T«« l«t«» bMftMM 4t>« 

>•*« 1^1 <r«x'ti( 

h«»t*d rvaip*>« r*»a ituMn ttiM 

U.«.. W. J 1 1,000 

Atk (»r T B. 



WEEK-END SPECIALS IN 
QUALITY HOMES 



ruoNi BUM 
^■rhliia %• ttM^m 



CM»r't>p« i-r*u» 1 MI 14 I* 

»«Uli4 cacAiumi *nuM4 M 111* 

‘"r~rr‘r~ ■ *t<d tkrwiuii hftlt 

If «tiA rr fbU UK nuA»r>. > 
AAd hAfttnum. rin 
lAHiidrr >!■(> Ar.il ilnitlwd l«dn 
Sr* BaTMU rwd. fM««* 

Mc«M V* Uju. Cl«r4*A trilA t ■<.> trar* 



FIRST TIME ON MARKET 
EXCLUSIVE 



BmI but* liu«T*nc« Ac«aU 

Mrfib*» hMl r'!*t* •( Vtc> .<A 



OAKLANDS 



OPEN INSPECTION 
SUNDAY, march 5 
5 Till 5 PM 
296 BESSBO'ROUGH 
VIEW ROYAL 



OPEN TO OFFERS 



STUCCO ond SIDING 

DnoLiurrCL curtAot-trrTi*^ 

SEMI-BUNGALOW OF 
6 ROOMS 



Ian* li*tri( Uift* 

AaAroMin* •»<] M(b- 

$6300 

C»U Mt ClilUwMa. VfM ■ HM 



nu_amup trutvr 



UCLUnoH TbAi * . ahAt 
>«h’ 1I «iUi till* ftii* ititn 
UuA«r* LWAUa la a 

aoaAOl laoi. aiih a 
•' (••OM farata •urroandinA. 
u-w IMM i« a «MMic a*M* 
«ua a AKW baa«? lM*«m 
rovl Mm auA* U*lat-('.«BL 



MUST BE SOLD 



OAK BAY 

NEAR THE SEA 

M*« «ia ro(iai htinaaioa «lia {Uu 
HA OIL-O-WAITC C10X.A/ 

AMUnt rrU* 



1 - ■ *!?■»• •( (Uaf«*ur •vMa«t*ti'« 

• aUAuta baft 'ATI* UTiaA - t«M» »lUi 
a*a H*a v<iUaa *«j Up**ir> itu« ar*|UNr 
aia>B*-r«Ma ' a>u<i«h airaa •••^>'-4 

t*a— 4tuuu M#«. m .MtUMiA* i>tMl 
aalbraaa' a«a Uxr*i.; - i» l ataao-a 
a*i«a« HABiiMlal ••r4*a i»*a> lo 

llr «4 id *Up*. <>v«* |m *>i«t ai'd 



OAK BAY 

EXTRA LOT .-$6200 



COLQUITZ 



Tku <a a Uir**-aNirMia acai# a' 

■II r«). rA lao a* 4 rc.'.au #aan jra *a« 
uy nlM «>a« jiTl'f raoa.. dinatlt afM 
8 w.'i*ru AluJMb a.ia Maaii of -aiuduU. 
aba tuU Mflt aaarwM. and (a-alrO at 
vi»« HmaL viUi aaafiT all ttaa buoia* 
aiouna TA* Wt U Ml ML anA Utica 
U • larta SMat* aa '*ar l»H Ttv* 
l>r>'* la aiaaiit iMavaA l«r «dUh lav 

Ku\VJt 58500 

Mr riiMK* aa« Mr Oavia la A»iAac*iu« 



• i.*a ba'i** atA ha* laairuatad 
tti. a -4 <»(caM -_:' >T aall AalU a"d attrar* 
(»» hacDl lA Uu-Cu> 14 ( am. Alja AIlC* ’« 
a.ia ibfc JutfhAaar itua *a«u« Car ai* <lt>i' 
lar Cp' ' Oar (to* lallnaluc uuiataiMU'f 
(-alum ib«o aaU aa Cat aa aaMlat- 
atfi'i ta TH* 

1 •ttiU lA yaara Ata aitAar HJl A 
I miauab hatl a * 4 > ffUtl-fMiia- U C\ 
a If Ti . firrpla<r taa aMru<'ie* <er 
0 ( 1 / and «iAtnt-rt>aMi. I*i|* kitcCtaa 
aitb atrrtlaot nanY 

) ruar-aiara ~NBsbruaa. kata. aaitarAt* 

ahu«*> 

t UMiatra. a **•» MAa MdTMai. a Af» 
and a aevioa-ipoat 

» <Fiul baaaBiabi bdt-alt aia* luraaea 
d. UaaaBMtnt aaa mt iiuaiatta altb 
Aurcwaai 

T Aitach»d aarti* aitn inaida tauanra 
• Lara* Ml T 1 I’ rreblait TAXM 
UI 1 I.V 1 MU 'law. 
t Vary te<raU trnut.4» and>«r<t.i>( 
lu Rt«rt'Mp| til ua>iwa a-B*« u ««a 
yuui t^pattiaa 

rule It Ua<u. Tnni inai *• COOBO 
arraniad ruU pri<* ^7 7J\J 

far lurvlift lali.raiatieB. pinaa uU 
Mr W. V Caawma 



jy*»-roam laudara buatala*. Har«*aa<! 
ftaiM* and lir-fA'* I AT** bviaa-raMP 
diaiaa-iaM«a fci UM a aaa. a^aA aad ^w- 
baUiroMa *T>ed lai raaai SaK' 
waul. Udl-at| luAiw* acul lui.« ««I3- 
fcipt iicnuiaa. 14#klM <7fl7K 

rotaaniaa Taiwt rt<aa drO/«/ 

Call Mr Cbri^lauian. (aaa I a«M 



awAM «.feti«api> aiiaa laa 
• ana*, ana (LaCTHlO 

H&lialv la/radaa a:>« 
a«4caafa« aaa a twihr.'.iw aa 
iT.tie near. Tva aadraaata 
aa. BaidawM fleara Uiru^b- 

•wk ■aaaMiat wu» SA. 
»lrai lamACt ((pare* 

•ara|% Tbia <• aa 



2053 MEADOW PLACE 

l^ar U*«t laaw* Haa raaia tad baa'.at 
laaladad WelaLad Taaaa 1*0 |mM- 



$6500 



OAK BAY 

Close to Golf Course and Sea 

Aiiaartiv* «*U-planMd bai-«aiar baabd 
alt roamad a«r.|tlii«. hat tar»«(h (adt 
iart" Uring>rett«i. dualaftaaui kaUual 
UicAtn. lorra aka aadniaata raamtaM 
batbroea «iiA oadtaul aatia and lAiMat 
' ((lundi. c«atrni (aiawkui aiia drirt-ia 
(artga Lart* ML aail a 1 1 CCA 
larawd. rn<* ell /OJ'J 

AM far T O Clarka, ertnmat t I3U 



$5500 



$6200 



SAANICH 

EXCLUSIVE 



OUTSTANDING VALUE 



Mta MaLaaa. ItaLUiia OM*t 



$8750 



Oldar lyt>f Mwrra buB|alaV auii Taa brd' 
ibnaw ti*H.r-taew aaA- Aiaalata larc* 
rabiaai kitclMn and taarr iL'aai In t(r 
auic (uli kaMwaot bar air tvftilaa aaJ 
driva-lK (arurTlnaa (vreMr- 
ajid frail trata Oatr eeyjU 

Can i OiMAB. Ota O l«U 



FINE FAIRFIELD 
BUNGALOW 

oaa raar aid. aad Ul LOXe 

Craai and l« and. ii iku Cina 
baaeala*. la a abataa laea- 
iiaa *r%raa«b kail. Uv1i>a- 
luaM. dmia«>raaai kitUtan. 

«M kadiowaa and raMaraka 
itAibrweai. AiBarli>* kaaa- 
(catit cealaina YWO rtM- 
nmiD ROOkUl Hardwaad 
tiaara ana eopaar aiaiaa 
Tkla H taaUy SOMeTIUlia 



OAK BAY 

Close to Seo ond Golf Course 

A Mvaly Man-ktu>|alo« aC flTa .tkHM 
pku l*r«« llfiua-raiw. U»ll7**ir* dia»MI- 
rwbm. Biddara caktaai k:i*aaa. tUt tu-a. 
tiiiilir raeai aa laaia (iaar. T«« a^iaA- 
•H* brdrai^ia*. itkt* i.atu«ala<i Man* m 
aaa raaia up HMlway. o*a itunfa, • «* 
CAUUtaa. tiaarailnt li<rl-*U iwiuaca ai>Tr* 
ta laraia Till* Ikam* U JIUI IS r*a«* 
aW c«ib<( Ml Ta»t» IW. M.“d* 

«1U ba^pia. eblLjIka $9750 

Aak far Mi Draw Ott aad Da>a P*UH 



Ct-r ' tkla tn eUB flkl 

•iiAuitr nMii mi* icr’/Ca 
a-tg r a mroa ffllb tpwi- 
nar«vaa>- Bwit I mr- a* 

ijalltiiMia Ea»i}ptti •■'<*«( 

la’laclwd waktimr «ar« 

I >M t 11 ; ' ta-’l artr.vi 

I » Atl- ■* III UfdH ift«» A«> 

I <n fully iiud'alMl 

*<r«ri*>d 
ruU. {Kua 



IMr iBiiaadtaU n>*r lAli tanaarl Kadara 
rttidaoaa aa aa'C aeta idl Mt* kp arianaa- 

latti’i of licBuWInl aardkfi vuk par>Mawir 
»!•#• of art ana OiiiaalM Tt»« boiia 
caatarlaai uaual laaaaiian taawk uts (fi- 
lar kuud&U. (ear autn bcdriMm* t**lnf* 
raas. inraa Wtkroaau. kHrkan aautppad 
rapaMlaai aC baat Vvarrlnlni la In* k**‘ 

I baan kulll V * lUB- 

MnII. dftlan tad <aa. 
aUM- Ai*M(a Hxtuda 
iMdrd (laM «Utd««t 
liaad (trdrakaa and 
'ft. cenaulad tfdlAlart 
ill ar Mai'iraa aai raord «• 

fttanlly kuWl kpaaa* HOT- 

VAm CBkO^airr 'niraae* (AMaianl 
ruridad la arroaiMedaM lauodry tatataMc 
are pik'T tiatarnaaa ktaa ai^ OAHArtt 
UTAC* POft T«o CAfUl ,Taa ffaaadt 
art aarCtat and (ul’r ilaakad «ilh avrry 
aarttly a( (««rr fad trait TTtl* bauaa It 
tha aa«|al •( ai rlLlng in Viavong. (•** ar 
praaaut. thairtaia IkA MlM 
«*l »nr aflar '«*■ than gliOM •< (klali U 
la wariT ihauaanA* )»a* ttaa U aeuW r**ai 



DEEP COVE 
Beach Frootooe 

ftta roaai* algaUlc puoitt. Ibrat'plare 
kaibrauo. tirapUcc atlArbatf CCCAA 
garagt. taprrk tiavi Pri'* 

Ata far D K nu 



SI 200 DOWN 



$6500 



taiT tana* and aaar laittaai aa kalgatr 

patir-riv.ia aui.ca^ a » uaiad ta iba Uoff 
ItWiTKl. Tiaaa-awva hauiitiaai Niaa a»b 

$3700 

Call J OrM«M Irga . OS4M 



ttrau ai 



aialtiiMni dvaf 
kultl^A aanfeTA 
rlaaau aar^urt 

and a 

'hr BiM' 



FAIRFIELD 



YOUR OPPORTUNITY 
SPECIAL— S 2400 CASH 

AaMlaa Abia I WMiL aid 

iluuM iMUiifiav anuaitei* 

Mil at oufaMa B*At nguitgia. o»o*r 
iiaiufMrtd EMl and kauai aell telaci eaai 
7 >urhlai ThU uuacalar k «*U bulil. 
nlcrly altugifd and rvmwuiag aaiiaara 
ball LH a nil op«B rr anu aat It^r*. 
nodcra ftiunco ast! uiilur regoi 

SWf&di (ftd ua« Madiuw.-tlaa >am- 
TTSIa nibliicm ' fair r mta cti^iat »aaa- 
tqaai kaaulalati liatd aad aaiaud-.— b'ry 
Ana niiukrd kiira rarm *'>• eupU^idt 
and alaraga rpart ruiaau pip*« la all 
tdawt. Ml uaiM. a<iakard 
garaga lAiaiadtaia ueattaaMu. n.4B| 
uaab balauk* a« l*A var Butnlh. A>ruK«>r* 
far aglf al*a. AOtm Un ±QJf\f\ 



$8950 



OAK BAY— TERMS 



JAMES BAY 



$1000 DOWN 



ku&gaiuw Vitn CdD kaaa- 
fufi-*'* and drf*a*ln g*T»<«' rbi* 
itira hem* to nw* capdl- 



EAST SAANICH ROAD 



mcnt. 

U a 1 

|H» 



irupcrty, no ntariy an acre of 

pTiiiar i mi i m *» i aaa u rg i 



HIGH -GORGE 



Aaa ' far Ur. lirl.laeit. LUiU 



AuaMart. UUl^l rwaua 



ta taafudaaa 



lit tuinarg. II aaauMtd 



kaM arm and bai 



Hot-Woter Heot 



(haaa W Batlty Mr Aapaiati^l la Vm 
Craninp ■ Wll 



JAMES BAY 



iruii irgi 

Cbkbax 



Obarming itaa r^m (Uttaa bdugakia. aon- 

lUMie ol itiriHign ball luue rwdi (“k 
aiirafilT* firtpurc dlnrtta. twa krigai 
btdrooiBL (oed-isr raBtndi (IMiin «ir<d 
lea rang*. Autainatlc bet-*air* haating, 
akrtrir water btaiar^ Oaam. *'i atatn 
u laa raaoid aiw'airt y>ll m 1 a ai**< 
laant aiih dnva>in garage Lni artta- 
llTBlIp landtraiinl ct"** 10 bM and tlnrri 
l«w •*!** ckgr lliH fricad C70CA 
la aril gulikiv 

AM far M* » HauM. Ivra O (M* 



HIGH QUADRA 



R*>iuur Itnat- Tarau |1 M( 



$4800 



HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL 
3 -R'OOM STUCCO . 

0« m.wtla auaia UU» UUM t««ac« b«^' 



WITHIN 3 *MIU XIRCLE 



SPLENDID VALUE IN 
OAK BAY 



THE YORKSHTRE 



bui.aale*. ail rMOOi* ka>e nak floara. hai 
*utt'"u« I|«ln|•r 0 •^al dtataa-tataM. lar 
badroumt and felif aodera kfchtn «i.t 
lara* uuiuy roam. ruU higb itiaea' ka««' 
mrtii lurnair driTr-la raranr firaoil' 
fulll labdMapad A raal 4 L 007 *i 

OAUll Pr«t 977 fm 



Bitninge. I MYT 



A ttreg ''.Miea a<tb aewd liting-raes and 
lin-Plact gr>cd hiuhn. paniir l*a bad- 
laptb* M d i i » r»* p > w aaih Ua»4 let auk 
*kuA*r.*d ai d rntfgaii luioia C>40AA 
Could ar ahoa li la |»uT frbe 



OAK BAY 

MoncHb su'K »v blue nu’cco 



JUBILEE 



laa ba< Itfina-raom aiib (raplar*. h^- 
tiwei Pawtir'^a aathraam aod (.akinel 
gifhen ran kateamni and lur- 

M. a Narrli #ark dent M IL kUt ran br 
Mtd* i n *t» a waatr baa*# Tau <an 
alaaaal aaiaa yaar »an (f>if 

. |Wt ParUitr ParnaaMr* 

Call Hrg Caaaltaa- ■naaincaT'C A4M 



A tli-raam a||t| UVtng 

S uudt ttirhtn and katbmeai 
rdtanma un (aatnieal 
need |n| yiin Irvll Iraga 
If tm eaan frwg 

Call Mr Qawan. tvre 



NEAT AND CLEAN 



$6300 



iitea toutb al 
I liar * m. «( 



A tM*r*is(n ' jtiiaka with badeiami 
Obirni au'tui. t*'i..rt*a and Wi'** 

iUi'c'r I'lf |l-« aofiipg man 
Uatf ra»b I'tlir 

Pleatt aU Car Ur Rrina 



RUB^YOUR EYES AND 
LOOK A-GAIN 
$ 100 aDOWM_ 

fgur-foom kungalea ikrTO-pia-a Ftlli" 
no-d gatAta Tbita-miiF nr*ir coonA 
Varan* Full p'ira aniy 
Aah tor Mr raMlUi. (•*» aad Dg)A (MAI 



J. H. WHITTOME & CO 
LIMITED 



$3950 

Ftfor-raacn kuoaa'n* aitk aor< kairmrat 
Cumaeo (■«* veraga mgh laeaiMa 



braakftri tKarr Two aua nadrannt with 
large Umo*«. and 4-i>ia(* FnabraaB aath- 
roon Fan baecoint wun mi-o-Uatir 
fviag-'o ptprd to *U renm* (l*<rlrK «lti«i»ra- 
tu- wairr tank uuulaiod and 'hermo (%* 
•Igowary my* and drlve-in 1 
roof. iaUW linotriun Vannl 

aM «Mcr- 9vh9 wit M. _ 

niarlr iauaied and baniir <o rrtlyP: 
and la «>--<>iv'rd b* 3 aduHa o«>* * 

nr>a foi<re Ml* and llrai lima an «a« 

Jiiti’* . $10.9 



FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
CLOSE IN 



(g* oovanKMCirr wt 

TirroBiA. »c 



SEAFRONTAGE 



Modam eturra •rai-hungtV'a of t raemi 
in 0 Buwi dababifai ttiuaiiun Ono and 
at fra aMfc atirrfrei,' Far.ifeWf 
r»a* af m. T^arUta'diid Otrpvmr 1 Vr *?- 
ta. m and baihrova duau. I na aad g«c< nd 
kaihrauw Ca«*auu< Ualr.a*rt‘'>m *'*b 
wtea ara viFtf' aiadawa (il 'aiad N'>' '■ 
(eantrh (irkneti form oaner la orll 
Ufrrt roauraiad 



kf* Ikirold 
bliadr. tap- 



n.>air Haa tblOugb ball, 
litf < • read '*<> t ' rufatn. 



$r 000 DOWN 



WftXDfO liWlAbll TV»M 
•iDt BVMi:** (V*H<*I* ui'1-l.aH 

SU .700 

I tidSo (■<'>) T-va la.ani po*«raa1ew. 
I ra>rar.rr Ha«l larra ■i»ina-r»..Hi. *i«a 



lima 1 ■ lUrgMMi 

flMirt and cappar ■nHag -* 
mil rumfartabia irtKleflri 
111 tliM'd allb a Deiai 
raaf. wpH b«lu aod af.ta > 
tlT*. Frlra 



GOOD VALUE 



KING REALTY 

- B 2131 



Ho m 

SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 
Near Parliament Buildings 
Home and Income — $6500 



A bnwl* n*w fnar-roam hingalnw wlih 
•luirit rttan.ir, ronriitinf Of tlLr-<bg*l hail, 
two badtuonw iare* kiubrn and li«u-t* 
rmiiB wlib bardaiwd flMuri. A *Ul) br-r- 
mrfit ai'h r'twd luniair ar.d ^rl*r in 
gnagy Term#. C 77 CO 

full price J>r JJu 



FAIRFIELD 



Rithet Consolidated, Ltd 

Member Real b’aii IMard af VIeturla 
Tgt FORT RTTICrr Flioifl ■ 4MI 



B|a baU)r*M>Bi 



riteu. a-pM* !’•' -.1 
blgb - ca* ’mi haa< 

^-O-MATIC lurnAe* 

•dill undrr N H A i 
t*M«tMa r*atrar*a*t . 

KhuM ttMiy real Ml fur rvnik rpr| 
auiif dC«eiHS MUf and uncrreiy tec«« 
mgaded 



WHAT A BUY— WHAT A 
VIEW! 



Near FoiUBay Rna.l Oiual iNBl-buonK'* 
>fiur.‘.< 1 b-dr«H me -AWLJiai|i dawn 3 
hedrwiRu ua 3 tmingiruom* ftTninyfdlTiir 
Full baaemet.i New fsroeci. Hi. e lei •■lit* 
.kla^lM mauuw jgyjQ 



TO n I. hiai-hi thf owNn muvt 
«*LL mis AmiAonvi 

CHILDREN'S AND LADIES* 
WEAR SHOP 

May MHar.*er iiada a« amaH haute 
(l.wk and futurra at ui.ala. J2000 

•m ue If y«w are Iniemied la any i*ae 
of kuainaea Wa ht*e aema flnad buy* 
in all lyimc at baatneaaee 

Mt Lo0b. (ventnga. O MM 



GORDON HEAD 



AM lae Mr. Ktukaon. Brae. 



Jutt g kla"k off Oeatmaem Air**l (ui*l 
IgraUan One aul*a bat ^U. liftog-toaai 
with (reitU.-r. dining • m<im. kadraoM 
kll'haa. Tba gaMlIer euiia hat ) m e 
rpema Hathroom le brlwean Ihr too 
'VBTter'gbd U tbattd ■rnarata auuance* 
aui.imaUc water Sealer Unna and blind# 
iP'iuded. The piece te in very gnod rnix 
diUen. Nice corMr hd with garden TIhh 
are hard te And at aoy»t>ere bear Ibla 
law prlaa Art gutrkir' 



Vvenlbg* 

Belrbrr O flM. Ur Utlil O m 
UlTlcb R HM. Mt. HePMU B II 



MILE CIRCLE 



CADBORO BAY 



THE YORKSHIRE 

CtiRFoRATUiN bTtl 
• tJI FOOT (THMT 

FBONU K7lgg. Rtfluingw I IgW. P i.M 



bureld roof T)ii» amain-g 
value afftre y*u a layaui thal 
deOaa dawripoan U*in«- 
raMB wtUi fiiepiaot. dmn.a- 
rwam. cabirn giicban aiih 
loadi af fupboard apart a 
eaardtn with aprn fire, a 'iled 
balStwom aad uuiH* rwam 
Opwat near bae TtlOn b*e- 
roaaiA four-pieca tiled bath* 
taam. Baeament i* lull «e< 
meat, with AirroMATia 
irrVT . WA1tn MFATfNn. 
attia plgnblDg Fvlli inau- 
laud, and *tirronnil*d br 
baaelitiil jardan thi* |i*<>a 
•aUuTa fSAirrtFin. Inaida 
and oui. Maa many aui- 
piaMlne faeiiirra fnr vnur 
cwmiori and tubvaniaur* i 
■grlwitr 



A lavely faur-roan home, vtry modrru. 
with ea*a calUne (eblafl kl'-ban laui- 

C teie Famtiroke bath Larda b.MM.nl 
o< air famarv. Laundry tub* r*r uo> 0 i 
high lai FerfKt DwwlUioe Will be * 0*1 
uwuatv Clear UHa. dmall down pafr*' ' 

;iVX'* $4000 

A>K tor Ur Breon. Face and Paia. •*!(# 



An anUtancUnaly bravMIul prupariy af 
17* ar.ea Kwxhrr UTth 7«tiwm h»ute 4 
baarnnkie. •lurco A Auuae af WUUtH'tiva 
«uaiiuaa nd* Nnibd In ’he nawrr unea Mui- 
waut all Tire garde* la a drrai* el 
baaw wimA ai it in ntiural ateta Lrtely 

r;,.-r $14560 

Ptaaea aag lar Ur C R V Ragabawe 



A HOME FOR YOU 



Rutli In IggS IhU ntadern aiurro kangalaw 
te Ideal lot a raupir at a mil lamilr. end 
MO be kept In lip-uw ahap* with a kiiiii- 
mum of henerwor^ It ha* rampart tiving- 
rrwm. RrepUre. inlaid nak floar. nlrg rak- 
inei biirhan, wirafl Inr rar.ga, p-mProke 
bathroom and two bedroaa** i«r e*u cmiid 
br dluiiit rnam> lAiity innileiad. Rate- 
want. allerhed garar* C^ 77 ^ 

Taita IM Hatl «*lu* At iJ/ / J 

Aak fiK 8 lao (****. (rming*. U IMi 



$1000 to $1500 DOWN 

Balanre ih> oaav payPN»u will bur yw* a 
l.iANP NfW BawOALOtV 
f>R 

^UtLD VrrU A N«W MOUdB 
CMOn MR A 

•ea Ur Mylrea Bvri.mga. O (Ul 



OAK BAY 
FOUR BEDROOMS 



No. Ill 

SUPERB SEA VIEW 
4 *S-Room Bungolow-^ — About 
on Acre — Poultiy, Fruit Trees, 
Berries, Lowns, Rose Gorden, j 
Shrubs, Bulbs I 

d lovaiy pure la U*a and a rardener* 
oarwdiu Tmly a irm In a «a%urb*n I 
bn-ne. tow Irpr bungalow with tlvtne-raem 1 
witfT Rmifate. t ktdraem* baUinmm 
k'lman and dlfiiug *pa<a. eeparaia garega 
and torktbop Rin*i| ranger with gtactrw 
nump g-d cta-*e« Tank tr>.rlbnt pwultry 
hitnw gr.d fatirc.l pm hedgra, OTrr 4( ••- 
wtM».f fnih and ngl trfr* brrrtag etc 
•ait Bea'ikh Bnod fa-Ini 
-liiolrd virw el i-iond* 

HaU .aab will haodlr 
R»ep at 

K (.*07 



YOU CANT BUILD NOW 
OR 

EVER WITHOUT A LOT 



HIGH ELEVATION 
WITHIN 2V2-MILE CIRCLE 



t|} OOVCPtlggNT FIHStT 0 41 

Urnker Raal (aielt Rnard of TictOilA 



etl ilpliadid •im > 

hi I.OUw huntuUe *h'» g >tw iraig 
01 a and In irautllttl condTttnTl 'nrnogrnt: 

3 Area of m* wt’irnunu «f* in *li« gir'iuMl 
oof and anr u up.falt*. wun erai • 
■para for atlll aa' ihat Oa*d baa-na-nl 
uHk loiaarr. iaUKdry raa« and (■<.< la 
earWf* 



Aa don't delay in thie. yaur fit«t and mnei 
t«(-ori*ai etap tooaid* awning yanr tnture 
hpR.e Twa lg<(« lotg C'SrXA 

Full price 5 jUU 

Aak for Ur Ftddiek, (ira and Da*« Bti(4 



5 MODERN ROOMS 

•IfM U the full pri-e for ihl# g-yrar-ald 
tedar eldlAi bungalaw Idylttg-rm ia U U 
* la aak Haul nice dlnipg-toan. cahiMt 
kiirhen Ilia aluk 4-pWra frmbmira balk 
^ high hgemunt fur- 

Rare and wa*h uba Naadi paiat autelde. 
but U ii>ra la a bargai 1 See It naw 
AM Mr Biaa BvaiM (aea. OC(N 



REVENUE 



NEAR JUBILEE 



SEA VIEW— QUICK 
POSSESSION 



Tvn-fawm g«"ii builglaw - 4 lery anitabH 
far ratx.ug prndiHtr eyCAA 

Farllr lurniitKa 3*r 3UU 

Plta*a Hr Turner ■ BMidagn— lAAeH 



WE ALSO OFFER ANOTHER 



A b-yaiy fiir r.^m e<irt lypa bJfgalf'W, 
r*'. .H'l’l at ‘i*.-T "r.m ai-.*. l*f*- 

p|.>, .MM ( roan >• i» aeAH rahliiai 
> . p.i;! r«MKi>i Waaewml alpecTfjr- 

ria • trt.a'f'r a..ra|* Th'* luMb* .a n 



$1600 Down 



$1600 Down 



.a-ia kwa- *iuw -MHi-tnint I 
n uM yntt a.ib i»i. >• U*ii- 
nd bl--ll ill'ialad >11 >v|k uaM* 
'try itar .Mgbh (uu -i e' 

$9450 ON TERMS 



WbAl B fliiA hnma citTe rnia 
Ml A lavaly •tu-'tu ratidenca 
with g pnrgid raaf. idrally 
Mggtid lii OAK BAY. near 
the bea^ g year* aM, It 
hM SIVcN rnama Irirliidltig 

• (hr<Hieh hall. Ilvlnr-'anm. 
dimni-rerm and aunruwm. * 
kitchen wMth M *lr*d for a 
rwnga THRn brirnMn* and 

• Pfwhri'ka baihroam. all •*. 
main liner ItarrlwaM fltiera 
In (*eln rent's iMriMM 
mairway Made ta ana finlahad 
bedrerm u«, tag tbart M a 
Mil remmi haaemrn' with 
AOTOMaTIC on. ffRATTHn. 
Tha garden I* keyntid mm- 
ware r«apl*''dem with fine 
ahrubbar? •*»! velvet lawtia 
nu la a ainr 



GORGF 



$9500 



S 63 G(r?~'^ODtRN 'CltY HOME 



flrr* I* a ln«el« li*e-rwMa *Iw--t-< hmnr «l<h 
Iwn ar tlirrr gmm-’W.r' Tyr.U If n d 

runaUt>H| al interNM F.ili Lear- 

rari.i at n dri'r in garae* Fa ■■-k > 
aui> »4a per WuPih BA.CAA 

Fun pure >OOJv 

Aak lar u- Br.-k«m >«*a and 
Date Bgint 



Br* I lall a»it f»r ronia gnnfalnw 

■n Fairltrid wiiad far ra'.ga. bardmrad 
Hear* thTaupbeNl. twa **ii mu tuuma 
III full hamwieel drive la gnrag* tfatia* 

Wr. *8950 

R BMndlw. Bernibg* U ifdl 



JUBILEE — REVENUE 

'•IU< luklva U*4iaa> 

0 *»»i> Taom- t aiiiiaa loale pl'«B<liii>g 
B* rmahl dn'igl* a*'ka> four r-».a lut 
nwhet pike IKAf mahUtif eOdAA 
NIC* M A.ird prl.» 

AM fu Blan Bvaa*. Bve* it nU 



ON ^KI.IAP (.h-i 
|-H'eltil|.a >a>a* 
hrai.'*'# 1 u**'... 

gra* >!>• '■ 'It II 



M' 0 itdr Real B*«*it Burg *1 Vteiorla 
leag rH>vtNAMRHT *T Q |i: 



$5950 



$7250 



PORTAGE INLET 



b* A" im 
UtllUl lUi 
*Ok«r'.iwi' 



Mclndad 1; .•**> nld w-ml ku.'ga '<• u>'-- 
■uli'ig ■>( gci<*B>*l) lafit IIvtbi'luuMi nub 
PFCr luvplerr dn-ing-iuam i»d 1 bed- 
r*rm* e>c''l* kUrbrn *>ih bm»i ' new 
bp; water CMl-Q-UetM beallny >t«**m 
trrtn* ertfiied eQACA 

Full pr*rr aa*- >V4DU 

Call Ur Davil B tJtH. Bvu 



$1000 DOWN — VIC. WEST 



5WINERTON & CO. LTD 



HAULTAIN 



CLOSE IN SAANICH 

eAOAA ’^Uh Ml *a.arl 

6 u»a-e «.-u<a>pini 



AM raemt plua algrr-iynt base M tatr 
aaadiUw* ntaa baarwnma up *aar ulih 
tlnbi which have baaa taaied u »<..m 
F vil b**eiwcnt and forager AOCAn 
PtaB price -SodUU 

Alb for Mr t>rvv B-n 
and Dare. B *1(4 



OAK BAY 

THREE BEDROOMS 



STEWART CLARK & CO 

CAtX O IdU. OIPU 



» baidwawd noon. ewdAA 
•I Fri-e Iterm*' 9 / O^U 

I M Rabatig. ^rMa«( ivU* 

KING REALTY 



Only 4 year* old and lacaiad aa a womer 
1*1 ae Uampaliira Road Thte te a lav*iT 
homg Livwg-ianm li llaU giwii-nm 
dtaiag-towB. al'racKv* almtrk gitcbap 
Qltl Why not lai me abaw * 1 m XAA 



HIGH LOCATION 

fanoramm; virv-uoown homr 
ibU latmaruMM whi 



RMht-vear-alil eiurra bunralow ronciatlac 
nf lifiagrtoom nilh flrrplar* /u".* and 
rabiret kltcftea. I bedtoam* g-Fl^* bath- 
rwem .Fvinbraii*.. *a*ameat biilh (l(rd 
KA fumerg Termg gffgnggd exncA 
fWll (fire ^OYOU 

Aak tor Mr Renderten 



IN BEAUTIFUL COMOX 



ALEX. G HILL & CO 



t lit kv the window. 

^d.iMa I da * 0 *. 

Tba Uee-elad ■oualalna 
And the ever-rhaagUig egg. 

On a good aleVKiten * b«u*a k«IR 
to taka advaniage af the elvw 
l^rgg p4(ii gM M vi»w ~«tnduoe 
iwiih lauvrv vaaiitaUam la Uvtwd* 
roam and dlulad-ruam 
A modern kitchen with ample rup- 
baard tpare, and apening aff a 
oilliiy room 

Too large gaMraamg dllB 
ll«hr beihraam. 

A eoAtraJ bau 

AU a* aa* fMoe 

A tuu-aua kagemani «UB M*ag 
Blpeignoa. OU fwrngc* air cobdt- 
tianrd ••nnugl eagt a^t IlM*. 
Oil h«t-w*trr healer wHh Ihrrmo- 
eut cantfol A Igrg* rMin. ‘lo-irad 
and reilingad. wlin radar wsila 
A Warm b«uM bi Winter and built 
tor thr.eufb Lireti.aUao at air ta 
Bummer 

A double garadt tUwodi. wuh laaw- 
tatad tuul *h*4. 

A Mndtrgpeil garde* a< Mwua. 
If*e> and ikrubi. 

Oily water aad w*U with paia# 
rounacUd I* b>4r**l*. 

Within eaey waikmi .Atgloora of 
pant afftce and ehoyia , 



Tau abouM •** 
cedar vhabe uml-bungala* with a mott 

ootiVaataHt »ud - •» - — — 



Tan'va n*ver bad a finer 
hvme offered to yau 1*111 
amaming rwiawul r*aid*ne* 
M modem and up t* d«t* in 
ovary wav t( Bw* gautaad- 
Ing etew* of tba tea and 
mdwaialni. aad It iiinde Jtn 
twa aeru af wonderful lead, 
wftk fruit tTgfl. Uwni and 
rhnlr* ibru^rf Bbouadlng 
f arg* entry nail nivlaa-ruem 
dii>fiM-vaBm hlirka* with 
naab. i* larga badraam aad 
fadt-dkae* bolbrnam all aw 
mal* ftanr Two bedraam* 
aad aaalbav botkraom up 
ne— ■! tmm In waesmani. 



A flrtt-rl*M m wdihern eifwmr* *l*a 
appreaitaatelg >.•*• fact g| lumber In- 
rmled. laatdi city llmila 
Aak ice Mt Bagaa Reea awd Day('WW1ga 



Cwo- 

6 hall, a* 

... ...... Itnaltc. and 

eavy •inert rabinti kluhea. igw iwtn-UM 
kearMma and four-ptae* Famktaka baih- 
room. roaaoaMd’ Aglrway to thra* bed- 
raame which rauld W* a euti*. *« uluabbirg 
H raufhed la far a baiheanm Fine and 
and hiva tiled floor* A grand beteuai 1 
With larg* nimpM roam nearly compuigd 
<iir*pUr«i Real (ip*d to an raoma <*t**| 
(tienafet. Bafwrat* malrhlBg gamga- Raeiiy 
malniaiBwl garde* in law* aad capaoilva 
•hrwba with aoma *ak iraig- yu*rt 

al4 aad I* *»• egadlUo* Rawe term* 
availaAl* and early poaaeailon. Muat be 
uM *• awaer la Mavtng * v • cg;A 
the glkf. Aaklng 9llr9JV/ 



CITY— LOW TAXES 



Aa mtapUanall* *l*a iturm bungalaw. 
built o* a lovely landaegoad let. Con- 
•Mta af CMndy r*cap(iadlfk:l. Urpa llviaa- 
taam vub apen ftropMar fy* larn ked- 
fiian wuh waih-Uf claihe* rIaefU. Mur- 
alaea Famwraka katSruom «uAi.a<c taaii’#i 
KlichaB wired tor diactrla yi»ga. fami’ii* 
alaed dlneu* Full teBeof baaamaal wiiA 
hot-air (i*ed Iwcaaee. Drive-ia garage. 
Mundif luh* lalgid Uaag ^ biinda 
tartuded. A*nla«B on all window*. Tha 
large hw hae verlaue type* of trull ire**, 
all bearwig ge *tU aa a good garar* tpare 
Lavely lawwe aad ftawet tode. NUb 
lacauoa. Taaee era Iga Fifty yarde la 
boa Roe Burmuadad by baautl- F7CAA 
laJ bomee. Cloae in. Fvu pnr* D\J\J 
Aa« tor Roy BmJik. Be** . B (lit 



KENNETH J. DAVIS 



lama U Burt Inwiaam 

•RLt rr QfnactY wnw 



VERNON MARTIN fit CO 
LIMITED 



Raal Rataie aod taanraor* Agent 
Campbell Bldg . lOt DouglM B>. 

Fbaa* B Ml 



C U pu ae* t 0 <m*. aoty I yaat 4 
watoftrpai I ruuntod meder 
lu« lergt iTving-rimta th.nuin 

hall Midwaad (MV* t latl- 
Mt*l> ti«rh*w wUh laraa view 

t fiag the »d* C‘*frrat kearn 
uMry tub* gud rietirir hoi-«i 
B A fomev* dlfv* (k ■ eraae w 
dapri fli'vnied In 
a Mealy haute y«a veil'd oo 1 
proud la u*'' 6 * at* a k>< * 

N**' fitf-i (.UOi| 0 *<«* 



HICKS & FARRANT REALTY 

FRONl BIIH 



$ 2500 — DOWN — $2500 



for ta law aa akaaa Biura. F*a *«• barom* 
the piawd ■eai»M*r *1 a vary nlcd A-raam 
bungalaw. And pat the aalaaot aa raoL aa 

t au ara now pr.m*blr dulwg The beua* 
» Al the alaer type yaa> Out »*m-d a* a 
Sail Camprite* thro-iah ball. Urge Itvlng- 

K m WitB aica t.'»»laci Aaing-voam 3 
ru'-ma. l-aoa Reigarag* Igihlaam *ad 
Wire kMrben A full aamm! baartnant. 
drift U aaiage, Hal-*i- a'orU Autaw*«l<- 
raai •lefr< iLvrrje'annffuUtd turnar* 
V*ry nke Mealier BT-' 3 f\A 

Fa" pr.ra JUU 

Ueiiag tlM 

Arg far Mr W nter, RAl'if 



aad evrru plumMng 



PROSPECT LAKE DISTRICT 

Twa arret l-raam eatiiM. goad w*i 
with •ractrte pwriF. «i'et%at k*K cMa 
to Mhaal a*d Fwat OffUa j 



HOT WATBR OIL RRATINO 

BTaTBlir aogwer atali.g 

. the Ml**! faaMwia tor 
Fogy Mimfrirt and 



$9230 



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OIL-O-MATIO-BOU.T tHBVLATRO 
BRANI} RTW TRRa-ailMOOM 
BVHOAUyW 

OFFtRINO MAXIMUM VALOR 

Ahaalutaly a* wwAta ipac* la thm well- 
«tralAN*d and *t\irdUy canatnirttd atuc-w 
kuhiAmw. ettwAlea aw a guiat itraci handy 
tp traaiworiatlon. trhaol gad beam 
ThnwfB hall, atuarllv* Uvlng-ra«* with 
wide arch te (li»ia«-r*aa». an ahaaluuiv 
mndera bliHwa with tiled alnk raai* wtr- 
tat. dining *aag with earner wlaifaw*, 
aiimy rowB. ninaly fUi#d baihioom three 
brdroemw and nimpaa raom wHb BrepM** 
Ortv*-ta laragv allB attfhrad dear. 

Sir:.;, $14900 

Real tout* • Mariga«M • laeur>aa* 



ornrvry Ahd a*ataeu«wvti bp mere la- 
cihdet tier* tiaet figturce and tguipo'-ai. 
elan l-rm.i-< rnftae* end garae* Ti<i* 
I’Utln*## •!•••*# a«*'l r#'u:n. *iM i>m Wren 
aBrraied for a atfmaar af ?#•*• T>i« 

“ $5000 



4 R *» 

$5200 



TAYLOR 5PITTAL 



KER 8. V - — 

STEPHENSON o 

Member Raal total* Bawrd af VMlarU 
(ag |K>TimNMRHT BTRRXr O 4>H 
NIORT PRORa 

■ lAJA - BWn • OMtd 



f-'Mi* A*iar.e*«* 



OAK BAY DISTRICT 
FULL PRICE $6950 

Fa«y a-rMie*d bt'pr* M a>vi >iu* rr*. 
dilin* tUiuf-i’***) uiiV bier'u#' '•■•Pv. 
Bi» Ulpin* I I*''-' 'I* W'-- It, 

aOtht psiv b'l-i.vn * r#d far 
rant* FuB rtv«w< hxvmrwi HA f>if- 
avl aarar* IhvelapiMi aaide* tiuil 
|ey«a aad 'evil fruiie (’■««.•-> luia* *04 
bto Al N* CABH WTU. RAbmR 

FLEMING GARDNER CO, 

•PI BTOUJUUl BLPCI • mi 

Bvecifkga. Mr Frliebard. O ttol 



OAK BAY 

PANORAMIC VIEW 



ROYAL OAK DISTRICT 



OAK BAY— 7 ROOMS 
Shingle Finish With 
Duroid Roof 



a lArge ImA*(*pM Ml with aec^uAiaw 
Megniiieuri flva af |A« aaa. li'.enAe and 
aaaaauiae The haute rnmpiiaat *( a 

bad. large )iviag--f*»w guaet-tiaod dining- 
raom. eakinei biUhcn, two kadrauaia. 

K ilitnam and nl.liiy room Oi'-O-Ua'.lc 
■-•waier heating Bep- BIO ArtO 

afkle garapv Frir* 9 I ArOV/U 

Mr Rap*. Bv*e , B Mid 



SAANICH 
$1200 DOWN 



^Far FurUtcr FartKolara Apiny w 

H. A. Roberts Ltd. 

COURTCRAY ANU VICTOfUA 

"The Yorkshi^' 

VICTORU 

Ker & Stephenson Ltd 

VICTORU 



Thif tpay hotne i« U A( aaadiuwp and baa 
OU-Vlfaur fee*' p'peg la aif mami ThCia 

la livint-iwem *i*h firep'are. dinlry-rwam. 
1 bedroama end daa oMB apvn firepMrt 
Cgmant guirmeat. lawAdry tub* Very ai«a 
titceilan and wu) plapaed gardea Regarata 
gar«ge The prtre • 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

Heal BalaM *nd Inkwraac* Af**M 
fMtariwr Raal toiata iMrd of TfetorUI 
ItlS RROAO BTMrr Q IIT 



ree-badroapi :*ml-buntal*w tuTy tdr- 
hPd ta Ita-mUa riraie CWbaUta *1 
uji-roem *iii’iig'r**M. klUhan «ttb *a 
tfi. thrte-aie-f katbrovu*. theog Wd- 
iRo. toiamaat ailh hat-alt Nr- 
rg. Ohod ipt HaBarald gwran Yaw* 
I LA«na •lUi ihntha and fMwtra 

>ar tiiM 



H. Q DALBY & CO. LTD 

«M Tixw murr proni icni 



$9450 

Me drgp** 

ti e*n 



LAKEFRONT 
ELK LAKE 

A matt attariit* d-r*am MiMA butga- 
Mw wtUi braoidway and attAclid l*''4v. 
la a mail avirer-tv* Milm a a- 1 * a 
pftrai* hearh BuIfKleal arrraav >f wnc 
«Miie* t* rammerctaUy taiaa idt newer* 
at bulb* The land dm*'* *l- *•• >nuth 
i* tha Lwha *hd bat a aumhar af fruit 

$10,500 

Mr. Repa. tvM. IM*d 



$5900 



Mt. Olae*. Sva&iagt Q tPN 



MUST BE SOLO 
$4200 

2631 BLANSHARD STREET 



fOUR-RO^ 
ERN BUNGAL 



6 ACRES 



12000 DOWN 



^OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF THE AVENUE 
OIL automatic 

F|y# roam* Blore* buagataw, I yawr atd 
Liflap-raam wtih nn»la«o iat*wa*d 
naar* totalnf-raaai 4 -*** hatbraam lUi- 
trV kiuhon twa MtoM bedraem* Baa 

new Vexrllefl kllato. tBMiat:"* *nd M ih 

T*** cinoiv\ 



RAr^DALL^S 



MODERN BUNGALOWS 

•rmotyr BAASurw* 

__$375o 

BAT* BltR1«&UBNR. P a C An 
nNMrtokaaae 942w 

BAtA dOOTT nilXT peoRA 
CHar OAb** 



SWIMMING > BOATING 
FISHING 



t l* feet lakeftwoUf* Ovtbard tvraam 
earn Tbrv* ml!** ffUM RCnAA 
bunaga Ftio* SDVUU 



Beven-rooia huwt* elae* in irboat. eowld b* 
iav*AM arudarlnB Ipwr bedraam*. Mw 
taata aithM aae-ml l a alenie. wencn 
F»U pRa* 9 J<rDU 



^EN FOR INSPECTION 



New 1-ream ahak* baagataw wear haoniifal 
T**ii« Lg*a Uctag-ruom. 

Iiuhaa with dinlag-tpara. 
gad M*rtt*-r*om. i-ptr 

aer* M* ahd wawd khed AA 
and toewuwto laa-Aar oatp 



THOMAS & CALLIN 



WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 
2-4 P.M. 

Wr are piraeed ta otfvr van Ihle waQ-baBt 
borne with the iwUnaing •rMrtble fealurra: 

1 DurM mof 



BEAUTIFUL VIEW ROYAL 
WITH A ROYAL VIEW 



OAKtANDS DISTRICT 



$4000 



per af the kaot paworami'* *tr*« fmm 
Ibi- MngaAow Maama Uabm-ewam bT.h 
flrcplare aMWerw tlieheo wtin IMiv’ia 

'ZX!' Ij; ‘KSja- 

baraid raaf tiaraee with au*ema .Me 
eta u ii • ten A r»o«inKUo* . DMUlo bn. 

LST'-S; $9500 

Mr C ti ar ; ' BroatadA. O nil 



Liaitaf im. 



J^vtly whH* radar aldln| banga ew, rhilv 
wmdem *v|ra large thiaugb h*’( (*• 
fvaud uednwma. »MrMM Uvrni-mem vlih 
Mira Arvpiac* tmail vahinat ItWam I'M 
weem naatt *r; a;Btd garage 
J-u* fiul4 u#w( b*-.>a*, el* 
hamg Imwlg R a »"d p«y 
I u Camlaat **r allw« tor 



FAIRFIELD 

$$$ _ VALUE — $$$ 
REVENUE AND HOME 



$6000 



••urm. tea aerea 



SPECIAL OFFERS 
OAK BAY 

' now bwMwM' 

rmani Oobm 



H W. MILLER & CQ. 

UM OOVXRfTMVr BT. PHUCB O 



1 A Mrv* eomw* *• mil* IMae 

4. l-piara kwihralHK. paatrv *w* hUlnP 



The hiiUae 

aweb a way 



heaulifai ga 

r'alRag uue 
of dodrrlblii 
farthat ggyi 



Tp* aamt-bwpgt Mw a *4 tia* taamt aaah. 
Rairaaeg hall. UVhM-aaim. itaiwg-raam 
a*4 IWd bodraawu. Iwll kaegaeahU wi'.b 
bgt-air farnere* FrveeM rtwcu* la mid 
*Bu nwoer * daiie twa tor tba BOAnA 

•nag ad ama. Bab gcic* anlg #54UU 



$12,900 

MODERN BUNGALOW 
SOUTH OF AVENUE 

taamt wtth baaamMt a*d BOCnA 
Mil tog. f*( ggUA aaM 

MODERN BUNGALOW 
north of avenue 



$6450 



WILKINSONtBURNSlOE 

$7350 



$B 750 



VERY SPECIAL — HURRY* 



HOT'WaTER HEAT 

OBiUTB -nfl* LAVBLT b-fUK/M FOMA- 
lam. ewaaa bi*^ af be<l 'b'i'*r,«i* i 

yapr* age Bad iWra. rmweMM atwirwwf 
ta I man rtotor high ba-ekveai *vl/v- 

maiF a**l ergipy dn** l* parage awg 
mway Vthar fretaroa mabo (hU 



|-FAntFm« BUftMALMW 
fig Thte b**pal*> 

thing ragwita* f« 'wM« 

twree ttolag-ramb dialag-f 
h^I two lerga ki lieema F* 



CRAIGFLOWER DISTRICT' 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 

FIBtBAB BUM . IB* BMT BT I flB* 

xnwibga otnu aim bm«i 



VICTORIA WEST 



Ym-rwam twd-every baae* wllB em iwama 
ranted far MFId. »ln f*«r AABAA 
MiBM tod owiMr* >09UU 



$7800 



CORDOVA BAY 
WATERFRONT 



$9500 



12000 WILL MOVE YOU IN 



$7350 



17850 



ROCKLAND AVENUE 

Om ad Aha MaBag aHa^tn hamt 



MODERN 

COSY BUNGALOW 



DUPLEX 



$6850 



$7650 



TOOER &-VIMT LTD. 

*^01 CWXBML MraiMKk. giBbI 



GEORGE RANDAU 



SUPER REALTY LTD 

m- Yaui BMwea VuiviB. I 



HALLAAARK I CO. 

rt corvtokfc Bi#a, m r«« »•. 



MEHAREY & CO./CTD 



MEHARIY I CO.. LTD 



CAiCLDU i MAY, LTD 




I 




vorMRS roi rali 



71 aorseii roa tAue 



noi’scs roB sale 



norncA roR aale 



VUtoriA. B.Cn Sn-. MArek S. IfS# 



10 9allif (ColontEt 



DUPLEX— FAIRFi! I 



f«mr 



HAGAR'S 



MiMta r< ’: WiMrt 

• iU< M«' 

: 141 ,.H. 

:4«i«d Mr. 



h:ii5Terman & co 



THE CANADA HOME 
AND PROPEJiTY- 
“ DISPLAY ^ES 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 



' NO RENT CONTROL 
AUTOMATIC. OIL ^AT 
BOTH suites available 
BASEMENT, GARAGE 



OAK bXy SEAFRONT 
DUPLEX 



0«n«r nartr^ !•*: 
T»rini llru 

«rM«t O MM 



family home 
$1300 DOWN 

■u-rM« *0 l»fir 

«l(h fnUt M4l •(■•Ar lre«* uvti>g- 
romo •i't« Mi*pi*r* •«(r»e<ivt tfmisg 
»ct<i klubrn »n «aMa t>*or Tbr»« 
uMl tbrcr-plat* b»thrM*> kS* 
•teir« ruU liMenrat. Jw^«U ■ twaUDf 

S5500 

Fl>Wb t Ur Burr»kcb. Kit* . O Iftll 



SPACIOUS DREAM 
HOME 



$6900— TERMS 

Thu Tt(» ■uttriut.^.f'Mia 
U ldt>l Tat a rttirt*. cmjpU CMM 10 
Ua/uportation ana «uU cour^ t.** 
ta4tt Inrlu'laO ia tht piWa «*TI> 
t»-«aU OtwaOlooM carstu *oA a flno 
au rant* Tht larOon 14 *tu ttorkra 
oiU> tii* thruha aaO intli ifoM 
iAm tor J- Aiiaiti 



FIKANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 



|.V>N BAIK LAH>.^ HOt A« 1 YKARB 

I aid U laeir.i r«n t» i-.ntnttd H<'o 

! mmI l»mM* »r > tal'r- 9 tiAthriMia AmU, 
laitt a'ani't nirpiai** ‘•.arrt lano> 
•/■•p*.! land laitflv «K« cf ata and warn* 

nltliHl ¥t uBltfrEftMIwi 

RarriKit Or noMr f'r <)uuk aait Ttraao 
araaarM Phoa* Rmj 

flALA RT IHANMl. 9-VCAH<H.K» 
«i,-mata bun«a>* Ttitng.rotai «Ull 
Acaolai'* I av»d bMirnoR.r Oathrooai. 
raWnrt IH.iwn gad |i«ra«a 

, iMia IM luMAlitg acil gat rano l^al 
. (MAa Maabt )t*M M. laaa OttO ganItA, 
Ha-i:tain gutiirt eac 0 «a a id rat aa« 
*U>raa. ttaaa m Caii avbtr. R «i*> 



9>IUon tyit* anf i-nwtg 
i«m* a:^h p« t*aMtoa to Mlb. 
Wall Mbl MaOtrn IB OaiaJL 
Btwtaw. • ttan At« Hut 
aaiti a<'../ma')t 0 baat« 
ot'iftirnrtA Tvgr tnn 
aid atatii taditi| down to 
tnur*' Oaa'h OaohattkcUd 
urw mt ata. oiuiuirainr and 
ataipa aol&d k> lutMcUeD 
bf aoou.nimtai ooif- Ttrai 



A now ■otaa.rooai hoaat Taglurlnt tha 

Otti ol Mttrlala PiUI (igilHulora at* 

' 1 OntY thraa otrpa t« Irani d.«or: Ottrk 
no%ir‘h»t *ai tido of tniranro ana 
•abucani Irtoii <*'<ot 

I Thtoudh ball of aat ttoortnf 

1. L tbapad, ti*lud-r>*o* — dinlna-roon: 
LIVtHO-ROrtU ARKA IJ • 91 OUb 
oai tlooruig OAt oall U Maumal 
oantllinr. inlaid woorwort 00 Rr*- 
liiata manitt 

OtWIHO'KOOM ARM 10 a II, otin 
oak roorini 

I Thf*t f'MMl brdrwoott a.Ui ontilo 
fiiMtt apart 

atdrooM aiarr tlild, lOgllH. •‘axil H 

• Vadarn (our'Placo balArooa oitb la* 

laid tlrr'»”m - 

I Oarot* tooM <or eouM ba uaad aa a 
dan or ao aiira btdroonii. 13 1 11. 
olttr Ufhl pan*) watU and bcaiitUol 
Inlaid Iitmlnlm 

_ 9 T»*a dftam «ll»h»» W b#»imd oorda 
and nuit 0* *a«n la a* atn.rtriatad 
Thv nr'r* i».liid*a itia N«o Randir 
Waaiiirf Uarhiaa anil lOM madtl IhU* 
■lU WraliDdboua* Rirctrli. Kantt 

• Aloraga and fomar* lUOIlll. «Hb a 
tnritd hni-alr hrattnf »vMa« 

• Rrart**ar lo »B aturbad laratt 
ao I U. 

, to AMii'niial fra'lum air 



caa at twvgghi 

$9500 



Till! i« aa ttraUan* ktir 
• IMtOlll 



Nmiahto 

(uKutnra 



suit botuhi iMtt W» nt^mca of bunMf 
ba*— bath iar«a uad aftiAil ui :uft «iUi 
iha demand iha! a bClMiiif u» tnguirg 
aa >0 out aa rAtt. no ovandUitioo ihatfod.. 
Wt org w>i aiti'iA _ 



NEW STUCCO BUNGALOW 
HALF-ACRE LOT - 
BASEMENT. FURNACE 
GARAGE 



■ara la a Urtlf b-roam awtcro bunaalow (n 
a trrp •ka'ldtatUm, N K A. OuUi. a>.d 
Mtiauu of lara* llfici-room aM dioing* 
rwaat. 9 apatiMua badrwm*. rtmbr'«d« baUt- 
room, a r*ai draam cablntt rta.'iri' Mi*uta 
wHb aiirarUvt tiu Wak Pull h>db bOM- 
nwnt «iin bwi a<r htaiint nimv'ia r.mm 
o<ib.flrrplart. ••ra|t. Brand ’.ta and 
fbUr^^tulaiM. (hll vi autlMulljr orIi- 
baiU lAeia ba* manr oatraa and wo know 

j«.^d.u.h.«, $10,500 

Coniart L B KirK. tvoa. B oTkl 



NEW LISTING 



OAK BAY. Tbia mMttxi Bvnda>uo WRh 
Ita tnai Iinra and guM* atiiiui rhould' 
b« Inetudad to y«ur Uma tnr • huoti It a 
rt«»*'U> athooii. eu end iTorar. kt no* m 
Iba UM of beavr iraffir Ibt lifutg-toem 
la Kylod and dncorairo tn mnti iba ap* 
wroiai of Iba mootm bautaatla. dinaiir 
la ompla aiao. kodroom* aia boib larfo, 
kltabAtv 10 «»rx copaauai.t u oork >0. 
mod lharaa a finiabad room-Ht tha huh 
koagmaot Tbara a 1.100 aq (t tn M 
g»ac: Tba piieo uc iaii tti 

a Oiaicb aeUof At ♦▼pJU 

PAlRPIKl.t) On* mt iba baliar aOdtr 

booura That oaarnpiin* tita ihia tgrt* 
■toed boar af atihi kumm Mat a lli.r 
altw Otar tha c.t) and aiandtiii Oi< a 
m1)r fin* iM In lawut »nd •atd«n Tha 
UaiaC'rniW bri* U Itrfa wnh t.rvotar* 
dlninf'tooB oitb baut*itv Mftat and 
mirnir. badfOMn down Mhraa winra lari* 
badroiitni up Bv*t7 l>uin hara la tn Ho- 
mariAa'* rnnditiork. {iturtBai.t la lull. 
hi|b. with dtivc-in aataf* 



CITY— 7 ROOMS 
$2000 CASH DOWN 



Up-io-daU Bodern'I'room atoarp 
butitniao with OuCtud roof, built 
IHI. taa«* oolr IM Nwair laid out 
■a(«*n ollb camant wplk* and 
patlo'Houaa la full) loaulatad witn 
ihroudh ball. do«r rhinaa, two 
laid* bodrwoma l>*inf*rtM<cu oiib 
BraplAca britht dining*m»m witb 
lota ol witioaw^-bai d OMad fUoia 
UUPiUbfat . tt^UlluiJl UJiut^ifca. 
drram YfTIH idU Bf TBP* 

boarda and romplaia laundry roosi 
mWo TuU eatnani baa*m*nt wiib 
htrt-alr Iutnaro''Affi^dflf**ui aor- 



SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
APPROX 1000 FEET 
WATERFRONT 



t arra luini r<u<ai (traidur* nak Raufb. I 

BKAirrm’i. uhiuht cabihst unviiWR^ 

too Ian* bMt>M>ma 
4-'yiara Papihrokr 
BMtrrtPtfL »ou« 
tatpu. Pkll prira 



And koiania at IM p*t monib. Livtoa* 
room dining-rnam kUrtuti. WdiOBm aed 
pvmi.rob* bathrobm on main floor wiin 
ttarwbgb hall plan upaialra haa thr»a fpod 
rooaoa and toftrt Ttni eaa*A*ot olth aMd 
bi.i-air 



I .X'H AAII BY OWhOR dtrVWW-RlialAK — 
artB.*atui'ia bunftina ut Oak Pa>« 
■ir*' Ylindtor Paik iaudarapad tar>».i 

r waiar haatini U-w tatt«. Hard«>^->(l 
rt. fpur pic.t rcabijii .bai&iaom. 
fttrg plumklni iiwbairri.riil. ttnntriiti# 
p-aa*tatim PR»rt*-<» IMA 



$6750 



Nona* and 1* aaraa of roallf 
good land, including paituro 



Itarnorr 

UwMa trofi an 



lia&da uc Veal Atm as a 
rcifty BBfU«trd aapoanro 4* 
room bnua* asd batbrooot. 
Nra^ aost rapatrg ONI could 
b* mad* liu* a foOd country 
rctidrnra That* It alao a 
■*M fbdt robin and biTai* 
hup** <Vnul llthioi bCHttmf 
and aaf* twt«minf li'U- 
t*ni talu* ai tbta pncA 
Mrluaft* 



R. H OAVIES-REALTY 



CEDAR HILL ROAD DISTRICT 
NICE VIEW 



m price 



•UYATtB. OMII 

Ft*nin«* Q Uf), a till 
lUnxibct ft*al Bata’* Bndrd ed JMctortai 



1 1 Arm and a atimnnm mnd*m *iu<ro 



15 ACRES 



t 4*Or« hrmbtuga 
a in arn’fi*' . br'l- 
'wgi.a -4iat»»»ip d«! - 
A *»r* i«i‘» pur* 



tluF.ao. ibr«* bai l rna 
b^ Pun baaeir^i 
room tfna-a'f 
af* Chircm b^i*a 
•I properly at Ihl 
fOL pru* 



GOOD BOTTOM LAND 



$9500 



. aom* outnulU 

rircir. lanri ii 
lur tUllltatlAB. 
Oood oell oa>#r 



pour-room bungaiow All 
Ingi ^ p tide thr tit-mll 
.al< {leiueii and ready 
rtiT light and Irlephob*. 
piped to betue 



d'anAn - tuuKriArm pobbbmjo!* 

S4/UU Btx UOOD ROtiUS Urea Mt 
aoiH) ■■rd*h, §*'■■* Lew latra tJni>.oai 
Acmra. Cluaa to toon. JUaaflirul AUd lUf' 
aare. Termi lo auw food riiani 

LOVATT FINANCE LTD. 

• A. 141 PUMT Olittrr KIOKTR. B Mil 
PMOM P 40M 



$9600 



LANSDOWNE ApEA 



baarwirot, I mm-iha old 



$9500 



IPrma Arrangad 
<arl A'an Hr>».id 
iTti , Calgultg SIM 



riwio to -Ttclor.a re"*ca A 
•erp veil coaetniciad and 
«»!l kept older trot family 
horn* of d aoarfeita room* 
Kaciutitt 



Ptire 



;>OI k-nOtiM CtriTMOK M HlLAil-Xrif 



PlVt »01KTH Ahoiber lafgr home flTbl ' 
would duplet aaailt Cor<<r*t* biork ran- 
•irurUafl*tp iht fUit floor li a a* eoiid a* 
tbai ctiaa Un Uu main Poor >«uji find 
a large er.ironr* hall. Iar«* beini-room 
with pieaaaot lirrplate, large <UAlhf*rnnn. 
lien and larga kitihen Oak n«t>r In aiain 
roama aud tiaU. Up tbere a Uuee bt| bad' 
r<mmi A rumptia room with tireplare lit 
tb« boarment. alone with food hot*waier 
heUInt plant m*k* thu d; 1 A CAA 



Road rnfguna 



$6300 



AiiubtaiM domaitic hoA waidr heaur. 
N0«u* ai«a i*irludit>d farad*’. Ulf 
agiiare feet 
D-iubld mt, m a IM- 
W* will be proud tn ahoe you Uiu AX 
CMiniVK UBTINO wnt'ta can be pur. 
ihaaed to* lea* than half >a«n or Witn 

$n,50a 

Byaiitnfi. Pbon* Mr. Buorman B Wlf 



$ 1 500 DOWN 



1 IHiilBT llPP K It TAROI TOd-agt'Aft^ 
I I lv«’' Iraate hbltae --..I'-.iuri* wnb *••••. 
dutift .i't*p aidii.f. l;..mi.ia firuk rH’Ut* 
nar eh Mutt tw Uken Oil preiwrif 
Inraiftl far *n>1 Miller Ateub* Ownar. 
4M1 itrania H.wd ^ 

IP YOU uvr uARDUnno an tn)* 

1 1 rnometTara.'M 'banra^DW nei u i it fetid 
Blluated nverlenfeifvg llruaa oa'cf Uodera 
plumhina eabinet k tehen. remawt ha>** 
menli dutwmr Owner gj« noTS* Hoad W, 



CITY — $4550 
5 ROOMS — 2 LOTS 



Ar. erreUAtt harna ef Ttulur detipn 
on 0 laFf* weli>dralned lol. haa 
iarie llyiof*reem. dliili>f*r'>om, 
rabmrt klirften ihre* (oo4 bed- 
riwimt down and oiu up hordwond 
floor*, hoi-uaur healing gnd 
drm-lP.ar... .--$12^950 

lA*k tor Mr Kopai 



Aiir*ei1fe »*roem lami'bunfaiew in apnt* 
leaa randlllon i» ei'alltni dlttilrl r.ote 
la Ce«P'lllii| la*«e Urii.g-roum. d.iiiitg* 
rmm. u.d kijrhen down. 9 igrj* buabl 
bgdroemt gn(T~7-pra bath up P'jU beta* 
mani. bM a.r pii>*<l 10 a>I CACAA 
rooma. A gaod Ou* ai JP-JW 

Conlarl P O. Wlliiap,a,. f»*aj_UMk1 



4 REAL BAKOAIR POR QUICK CABH 
sdte Tbia 4 . room alunw bubfulow 
Pull- b«tedian( with S rooma and iaun* 
dry Uayt brlre-tn «aragr aod furtare 
Newly d*:urai*d N' 

Uooit pin of (lortt 
PuU prtrw 



A emWihretnitie aldee- type bgngalDW rinae 
III. with 9 tend ronina and Pemhrr.a* bath- 
r.igm Separate earafa and nutbulldlnc* 
r*thi* t" eoeid irhool* and 'e*r*Heri* b'.t 
lareie* |3 Mf down Biid balaiir^^ like rent. 

Aak for Mr Wrlghi. raiAt Etna. Q 4191 



• Rrurma oil .on* fli 
trarllve mpipari pi 
with tpaiinut roan 
hatemetrl Al«*leeaU< 

Varaal 



$6300 



VTKW ROYAL Tntrt'A t&AA Atul UtM 
aolaniy on tbia ekcepUonoUy Ui«* Mi 
that (oniAlna ibt* modern Ilat>Wp aiitciu 
n( fi*« rooma witb baaemeiii Haa ih* 
gak (luara. itxiurad puaui, eaattt call* 
Inga and all uiat |o with lha modern 
hum* lha owner ti thrnwitif in a amah 
ibraorwum aalf-catuaingd bangainw aw 



SECLUDED 

GEWTUy/AN’5 

SMALL ESTATE 
UNOBSTRUCTED 
PANORAMIC VIEW 



HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD 



DRASTICALLY REDUCED 
OAK BAY— $5750 



OAK BAY 
WITH SEA VIEW 



Exclusive 



ecoAA ***** •*«»• 

jOJvvJcwmeni baeemaot. 
large livlai'ronm with Sreplare 
Mta ts mnu and lawn*. Is Bwa 
nUla rlrtl*. li MO ca*h 



»VO» HIlLflins 

I OVRLT Nrw mntriAtow I RttOMB. 
li bail muitrprih'O ibruuihnui Naed> 
ouod tlottftelw main ro-.:-Tit and baliaav. 
«-p.e prmbroke Oa.rT. ...1 full batewrent. 
fjrnaae aarage 1'heir 1* a grand aiew 
frnm iMi I'tallun 



OAK BAY 
$8950 



Clh<K tn bearb p*A ahhopirg e«i tr* and 
*.hr>.;'» Or* r.f the beMer f.M*r Hpe 
family hmn** IJ»lri*-ronin dlnlng*rtinm. 
den kUrhen pantry and waahrnnm nn 
ff'A'r’ n.’r'ft llpatalrt four fina bedrnonr* 
and T^pffea M Muh wIti It* Rrai’*i an * «aw> 
dtilon. wKh oak fioori on main floeir 
Wired far range Oll*O‘M0iie hai ale 
heatint Pall bafemenl Pepsrate garage 
Mire ggrden A C'«m 1 family # | n CAA 
beme P-ead In *e l ilUfOUU 

1femtr>«* -o Ikio ei sow 



Member Real Rttai* Board of Virlnrlo 



op near the Lwnadnotie HeigMa la thl* 
beautiful new 4lueco »un(al»w oftfiini 
tua yuu. 

I Ah ta'Hi'iohall* aitrartive tl*lr(. 

. iiMun, apwroiimiely II t 14 with Ru- 
mai. brirk ftreplaig. hardwood flo^ra 
and aota raiimia 
X A dtninf-rwowL 13 S H- 
3. A modara rwbinet KiUliea of IS g 13. 
• lib bulli'Ui refngeralue *!••<■# and 
wiiad (or alaeim lange 
4 One bedropip lla 13 gnothar II a 10. 
apprualmaUli'. 

• A wtd*. Uiirj|b ball, witb coal cuo«/ 
anW acpaiat* lorga Unto rloaat. 
d A full dayli|bi baaalnenl with all* 
iteei welded f.ri.k iined lurnaic. abo 
driaa-lfi iaraft 

1 A hira lat with iMothero *«p<4ura 
ime* fry thlt fcnme (b* meafinn pf whitil 

Id Bait kUM SUodk. UM Bdi 

Refwlr.ga. Phon* B dddd 



the tame prvgtrty too and aak* 



$6850 



onUr orerall 



$7950 



OVER WATER 



JOHNSTON & CO. LTD 



PtlCd tutibi 



PaIKT^O You C 4D ai4»i d flKa tea 
view Irani ihu very tnod tire-room bun- 
gau>w that haa 00 wtta larg* bedrudiw 
up. You II find It in perfert ahap* Ifl 
a**ry lopee*. it V•^ ha* a liniabed ruom 
In th* Urea baaeoient and laal but not 
leaat there a a anmli atnr* a”ai hed that 
deea a fOnd lll'l* trade in the W7CAn 
naifhhnrhnnd Buy »t all for 5' Jvv 

OPR QUADRA - cioae tn Uke iii-ronm 
bundajow w’rb ihiee bedruoma ow nn* 
tUBU. . tfrow le sna a** this one K*eri 
rnom U larga and nff a through hallway 
yW baienwnt haa a del**-ln aarage big 
enwogh Inr iwo eara Laoft U etar.. you U 
agrae ilw prut itnl jBii iX 



NEAR UPLANDS 

W* ara pleaaed tn oftee fne your tn* 
•twriua a three-bedrwnm OII-O-HiilC 
hat'Waier heated reaidenr* nituaiad Ih 
a wwnded ar>d beaullNlly -landcraimd 



otiRcir DiMTiurr 

AiiraeiU* auireo bubgaWa u>«tieM cobiti* 
uoti LAioughnut Liima-rtmcn ha* osew 
Mrepiare. I•rce ru*uiiet g 'rheu. I btet bed- 
ro0T<* uMlM* room **p*tgie garage Uiew 
garden CUae Id bui M<>p ^XOCA 
Piif* )OTjy 

tl<>Mf. AND RKVXNU* 

Baet.'lih three tti'.e* a( 3 tanwi> earh I'ao 
re nted for ld > per monlb Htit fpr aw net. 
Tii^ TaW irMK fWi int ih A. I CA 
bandle Prl.r 

dl.3dd CASH 

Brentwood Hm* tr Ihe he«rb. f-vur-ronm 
rs'iag* Mnnthty wewwf n r* tfOAAA 
at ASA BantiSta peuw J JZVv 



taiablwhed 1M3 
Compleig InauraAca Beralta 



MirHAKL BROTUKBB 
CM JOHNSON rt 

BvcbUigi. Mr Mithaal. B dlM O klOd 
Mr Caok. B HIM 



BUY THREE SUITES 



etty I* Ideal for ynmenne wKhing a*- 
rluilnn and beauty. Purther dnaila 
u^^ihoulry. $17,500 

Atl tar Ur Rarrtngtan 



OAK BAT iiiftir nlrte-mom aeml-bhnga- 
Inw all'-wlng 3*raom auttc with new 3- 
pt*ca Pembar.ke pluBiblhd aff THRUUUH 
HALL aUo toreiy awnari writ* of tnysd 
room* UPSTAIRS ihree-rnom *<iHc a’>d 
new 3-plee* rlumbina AIAO extra toilet 
in tbe bagemem Piped turna<w. Utility 
Idh* drMNr*in yarwen fwr two ear* B**t 
ronetrurlMin. wiring far la'e ewngra ate 
tllneae lore** awner \<t drop d 1 A OAA 
frlre II IM Pull prira ) I Ur PUU 



HEISTERMAN-& CO. 

CoahlUbed 1H4 

1131 BLANSHAnn NT PHOKt t till 

<Mamb*r Real t*uu Board af Vfclorlai 



VALUE IN CITY 



CITY dldM CASH 

\ BD PER MONIK «ilVRB YOk 

.aarly pa«ie*AHH> af a danoy 4 room 
aaortmeni within walkn.g dlatanre of 
rtiy eeaira mt >4 ibara. ia *4k oea WMMiib 

roimnr >n Tri m onnthet threa-rnotn auiia 
a* meet Iba aayareni* ^ i c 



S eary auh*tantlal alder troe aardh.roi.in 
BouM CMivenienl I'j «rl»n.l«. anuppiug 
ceMra and lawn ’mu Bom* ia clean 
gbroughout and baa ■tllllf mom with (uh« 
and aepara'e gacaae. The property la Ideal 
far a family home with 4 bedteom ac- 
oammndat irin nr tend# Mtelf well in hnme 
god rrtenue- *b* ewner dow n»tel r a and 
rrt' ue DoTB ITif gpfldtrt T*ewM Pdd't' 



WANTKD ' A gmall modani apafimant 
black ua to 131 Odd 

lAak lor Mr Hop*' 



$6850 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 



Garden City Real Estote 



ahd htiural wnAd-nniah 



NATURAL DUPLEX 

CLOBl n# firar CTWTRAL JUNIOR HIOM 
Mr Handyman thi* U tour wiuwrtuni:* 
to eoneert tbia wfU-boiU 1-row«w lemi- 
bangataw «Uft full bapement furnace. 
«lri*f-ln OAKAor Into a duple* U la 
nieeif (Ui'oiated and with d few minor 
.hanget you ran have 9 or more tuliea to 
rant In thM CLOBB-IH RKVKHUt AHKA 
ana TO armt an PffTATK ih* prie* la 
knarb*d away down low $5750 

****"*B*e Mr OUkU, NighU. * M4d 



hanging eaye* -- — - 

gablet Big apen wind'iwi Ibal 1*1 1" I'X* 
of Ugh! aad in* beating t* fully oH and 
automaur Owner »ay* U m»n •"**! 
lUPkJy nr elir. ao *»k .n* itinra about it 

“ “ 56800 

RKVSNU A large flta-mom 4 'ih* awal'a 
tha owner In tbia fifi* oJera af prtiperiT 
rp Ibera i iwu mar* aulla* rented la rara- 
Jgl lenani* Tbe htaHng la by aulnwallr 
amber Tha awner wouM tab* a madern 



Pnor-raon raMage S a.r* af 
taad A gaod bu) at 

Bvei.'nii 

Ur Wbaclar. aUlg M< N 

ROMK LOCATOR* RKAtTY CO 
Ml Canir*; Bui-d' >g Phnua C 



glnn »f the wlkvl^hn.ite gtlaranleed wUhJa 
khlrlf data OH rtreu'ating heatee. lino 
grd blindt Ihrlnded In pri'e rirallenl 



$2500 



OAK BAT 

III a gnad. high liiegiion 4 r«o« aoiera 
bungalaa 13 year* nil On a beauMful 
lanOaiaped fat Tli* owiwr will take 
■OAd lerna at Ui* fuU <CQ76 



IJd PORT BTHKCT 
PllOflnrO 0'.tl 



OAK BAY 
WILLOWS BEACH 
StX-ROOM BUNGALOW 



V»rma~efler»d wi'b 0 low dawn payment 
a.k.n. price $5250 

Cwiurl M Brai'hwaii*. ***« . adbOl 



FULLY FURNISHED 
REVENUE 



Krenlng Phnh** 



TI1M I* an alder lyp* bungalow alUl i 
d.nihle K>l and on a (uUy UtHimved atrv<l 
aii.'xig rieclienl bnmaa Ooac to bua. 
aiwaa aud mboal. Tao blocaa bO mi* of 
tne riiicat beaihe* In th* city Cooialn* 
Imng rt«m. dining-ruom ond den alt wtut 
nrepi*'** Bpa'iaii* kiieben ihrea targe 
beivownr Pembroke batbronm PuU <«• 
menl baaemem with bpl-ait.dliMft^ fuawd. 
New r'.ppet piping throughoui. .nautaied. 
aetmrale garage, new OuroM roof Owoer 
mH..g du. »« lltne... $6850 

Mr Bcotl, O JdM 



CENTRAL REALTY 

111 YIKW KTKKrr *» 



STOP' LOOK! AND LISTEN' 

OAK BAY— EXCLUSIVE 

1. Piya-mem bungalow a>iih thrmtgit half 
9. Plua Ufga bedrnom uptlair* 

3 Completely rederoraled in *nfl paateU 
d. resant hssrmeni; hat air fw*.* 

bar* 

d larg* lAl pfenir of frwII 
S. Boufevarcied atree* and back Ian* 

DOHT HBsrfATK' 

XVin't be dieappoUiiadf CCORA 

Futl prfr* »nir 

Contoel 8 V Andere.-t. F>ri O d4M 

ASSURED FUTURE ’ Boormoa Investment Co. 
INCOME OPPORTUNITY „ 

Ji.'::,!”'. i — — 

PMm bnm* wlih full tMaamenl Pcvaenl 
srrangwmenlg are I Invaly < lean room* far 
poutaeir ond 1 rmwaa upaialr* with an In- 
•owia of d4d Id dhoeiM yaa e*rry out your 
ptan of building. ih**a rnwld b* irold nff m 
)g yoara and then ytM wwuld hat* an m- 
ewma e( IIM per month UuHtig li'U time 
yew wMId be lielng free af r*nt Tn ttk* 
advoniage «*» ihu tpdoy wmild only regui'* 
a tmali down pavtaanl and when you de- 
elded to build tt would nnir reqalrw o II Mb 
•UllaV Pnr further InforwiaMan on ihl* 
gPWgfillP'iy mii io.i Mr Latla. are* K P33d 



3 Af'llGi 4 ROOMS 
I OW THKMil ROYAL OAK PRH B, 
lx 14 900 iRraatn mn* ihrnaM prop* 
arty 1/1 aied on Wetl Saanich R«ad. 
Plea.* pEcH.f Hr YffT ' X9*riT> m«y PH. 

I VXVRIOnT~ NEW »-ROOM BUNOA* 
1 i »w Oak Bay Owner Bidd KM»a* Rd. 



RtniMfN REALTY 



$7300 



esm 



l«S-131d Broad Birrei 



$6500 



$3900— 1 -MILE CIRCLE 

AmiACTlV* •4*ronm bungalow gowd 
fmindollon. with garagr )-pl*cr bathroom, 
«to*a. air B*gulirul treed twt wl'h garden 
and iruil. DISCOUNT POR CASH. 



NOW YOU CAN BUY 



(Hun QUADRA 

\tOnEHN BlliCCO HOME AMONU NSW 
AL- .4»i>i*ea aellit'g a< eariuriiwn LR 
IStta kiirhen fa'gw 

hexrtwim de» k- I’iniiv pin* HW llnara. 
? hertennm* iiiHiair* nil-0-M*lle bnt aip 
tni,»d heal >n eii i..nm» H oiiderf 'll buy 
•• g)i am n iane 



HOME AND ACRB — RIOM QUADRA 
k TTKACTtVB 4 - R OOM BU NCIAUiW 
• V wnd vtfHl f ~rahn ; ^■■*m*iii~diMy fwr* 
narr N It A built i yrar* age with n*e( 
an aare af g.wd latal laod — ~ ~ 

Half raab 

JONBR fb Rcorr 
gm.1 lld-Pembariwn Bldg 



A new el*. roomed brnne for let* than yni 
cMtld bUlM II Larga liyiiig-mnn lafflllr 
dlnair* modem rahinat r * ' 

THRU bedraMW* M*H ha 
good Vlpecl f'lriiacr CInat 
ererrthmg Pull bargain 
prim itenauii 

Call Chnrb Oreea. Kra* 



$7000 



Thli larg* loyeiy modern *-r«om auweo 
bungaloa witb alt raomg on I Hour Check 
there fealura* 

1 Bultl la IMI th* duality year. 

3 Thre* larg* bedroiwu 

I. Hardaood in all main rooma 

4 large blirhan aMKcrtc hut wdtar 

d Llytaf*roem bu larg* t<i# tlreplae* 
g Uue*t-tla* dining-room. 

1. PuU baietnant all walU plaal*r*d 
t Larga'driye-ny garage m baermenl 
g. E4>*U*nt ground* In lawni and Mtrub*. 
tic 

Ig lUUtlHATk POBBKBinON 
Mane aacaUanl appointmenu lao nuSHroud 
tg meniiea. Tarma If de* k 1 1 
»ir*d. Pull prirg ^ I I rVULf 

A*k B*r Idr Mcjldama 



APARTMENT 



$7950 



f de lute 40(1** in a CLO«tB-lN (Kiem 
bJorh beaird br COAL STOKER and lirrr 
WATER. 4 gardfe* Nria beiirr Ibao lt%. 
Lately reduced Tl.dSO. 

Sea Ur ARTHUR. NlghU. E I3M 



AhlLOLn 4 RINrM CEfiAH BIDINO 
bitng*ii>a Pull tMcement fufnaee, 
tge law layra Term*. II TM Cot- 



UNIQUE TEAKWOOD 
FLOORS 



i CONY THREE-ROOM MODERN 
iV fraiti* buueal'W. 34 a 34 large Irani 
room w.'h Rrap'iac*. hardwood o'.i oed- 
tpom. bitrhen. pantry tb^c p',*r* hath- 
room, uil.ut ranm. fitU lyinani bareoeni 
with hat- ale furnace S«par»'e garaa* 
w)ih 13 I 30 cement doot Crmani tide- 
drite Large and *mali r**M4 •***• M«*t 
be »-en to b* appreciyied Apply wboar. 
B3ins 



JAMES BAY nUPLRX 

X INf RrxTvn IN TR'rt rnMPLYTB 
*i!lir< rie-t p'lve'e eii'ranrey let 
***?(» ift garden and laana Na *«4 
rriiiai Till* prnpma wUi gi*r mo Ik 

pi.il 



k-Ronmed twim* and uiflUy mom T bed- 
room* 13 air Piteplace Cloa* to trani- 

r fiaiton and wneal - Thl* hr>m» 1* only 
yoar aid ranch type Term* can be 
arranxed and the halanr* con b* paid 
off at 991 pcf Konth Thl* Include* In- 
tnr#*s and i#«#e TM* h»u«« 

.iarsi lai with good rich *nit 
Pull prieg I* mir 

Phnna O Mtl 



Mamber Real Kaiale Board Of Victoria 
UI* BROAD STRBBT 
Da> Pti."i*a E 9343. B 9341 



REVENUE— CITY 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 

A' cur* and rnay wIili* altiee* bungalow at 
934 DAVtDA n «IU b* ot*ca tor public 
Ituiprcliun oa 



$6300 



$8750 



el ruami, Ltiag • rrmm. dining - rowra. 
bluhen. ibtough hall foar-piav* liembrok* 
baitaroom two mare inama unflnlihel. 
PuU ba>.*riyeni. a>ii'>matl« All fira- and 
aata*. VenetUn blind* Thu homa I* iix 
mei.ilu aid Hat aacrllenl aUw. Bew 
afire 1944 HauliauT Btreal. 



HIGH QUADRA 

nx RCXIUS 0T.UCCO. 1 S - BTORT 
epimdid eonXrgrttoB. aak floara Pam- 
broka bathroom. aor>d baarmrni. hof-aaWr 
heat. Clow w bua and ^ 1 f\ C ArY 
•happing PRICE JlUrJUU 

Owner might eonatder pan earhan^ wn 
•mail hem* near Beacon HlUfl ar tlde-by- 
iide duplek. 



RAANK'M 

tn A- *»uh Uwai-iiw pyertnok'ng lha rirt. 
^ca root*)* ’riirflern with baaameni f<«r- 
nace gnri drlie-m garai* $7350 



SUNDAY, MARCH 5th 

^m IMPM UINPU 



TRADE YOUR HOME 
FOR A HOTEL 



GORGE— MODERN 



BMHT91 A1.T 

A fnur-r«cimad bunaaiww wSh an ai'ra 
lore* n*int -rnaim. a anwd baaenieni and 
lumae* and r1o*e 'n I'e'iapnrtailon Thia 
It nil* of ihe neaer bnmea ^ K70CA 
Tarma fne* i/JDU 

OAK OAT RI'fHTAUVW 
Pi«*-matu*d aiur*:: rear bn* and *«>raa. 
Tlimoth mtranca hall iaree Uyini-mem. 
full dinlna-roam and two nire>«i*ed red. 
re»ma PuU eemeri ha-en-en' with pined 
hoi-alr fumar* Laur*dry 'uht e»c Sea- 
arat* ta'Bge tod rica garden tn* Early 
p(wae*Mnu gnd I•tn4■ X07QA 

arranged Pnre RO/av 



OVERLOOKING THE GORGE 

BagatUwI k-roam bungalow. tuUr modirS. 
about 19 year* old Very high Ineaiian. 
Conrealed aialrway to two ettra mom* up 
rally Inaulated and in ihe yet? be*t of 
eondit'en Thu haa ta b* aaen U b* 
asvreclaied 

roMaet N C Dekker 
Bt*« . ColgMila 1S4J 



CHARUtBO HUT WATER HEATED *-r«Ott 
crnlar *iamg bungalow witb oniraor* boa 
targ* *pa.ioua liying-ronm with oak llooi* 
and firaplat#. 9 niio bednioaA Pembrukt 
baibroota. cablnat klicbkp Baaamer.l 
Bepotaio garagg Large lot la lawn* and 
gaiden. Pin* location kf.JM E^OAfT 
baodiea A SNAP AT 



1. Hiab Oorg* toeatlna. ^ . 

9. BparioiM entrance ball and (brough 



V P1VB-Rn<:iM BUmiAUlW WHITE 
ttaere Hunrawwi. troat mom. gruii* 
DraplM* Ibmuth hall. Me«ia liooia 
rabinet kitchen, tiled atnk. n*w'« iwa ao-d- 
alt* btdrooma Lak* HUI diMrIat. Lara* 
lot. greenhnuae fruit tree* and been** 
Taiea (91 Cement baaement. eenlcal heel 
Prir* g1 kdO Phnd* riP034 



11 bedrooma fully luxmaSed netting 94 MW 
annually Located claae In aa 4 etiy mu 
thu buiMlng 1* of Murtd ronatni-tinn and 
ta attuatod an valuabt* commercial prop- 
erty aom* of which la vacant and eonfif 
be t*n lo (he owner reducing the full price 
rwnafdarabiy Tbia hotel la about to open 
a publlr dlnlng-rawm that wtU geaity U.- 
ervaoe the pr*aent incnoia Tha owner 
would lake a good homa around ddOM 
talue ae part dnwo payment Hera la a 
anund Ineealmeni going for fult prlr* 

$27,000 

To View. Call Mr Mnrwy. Evea.. B 43M 



3 Attraniyo living-room with firaalaco 
d. Larg* teml-rirrular nook off kitebea 

g. Wall-planned rablnai kilcbew sfu 
■ttUU foam with laundry tuba 

E. Two ygry nicd Bodrooou with cfoaaU. 

9. Hot-walar beating 
• Altachad dr1*a-lA garage 

The price la right, <l>* loeailop h nghf 
A hnam lo eult Ibe moet dUcrtmlnaUng 
buyer. 



SAANICH 



ONE Amt OP OARDEN. PIVE-ROOl« 
BUHOALOW. and a guaat rotta** abool 
II mtlea from Victoria, on the Bait R*Md. 
Rungeiow contain* U*lne-rn«m dining- 
room. kitchen. i«o bedrouiM and balh- 
roam Concrete hiartnent. hot-air rumac*. 
O'leai eoitaga Ited-clfung-raom. hot and 
cold water All tn atrHIeni condition. 
Orchard of vartnui kind* af fruiU Chicken 
hou^ garage, eu J9QQQ 



\ N ABAOLtnE ETEAI. THREE BID- 
roaau tiving-reem. dining-raom. 

kllrhen thrnagli ha. I fotir-pfoi* Peiaornk* 
balhruom two me-e room* anflrnihed 
Pull baaement. automaur ell heat and 
water Venetian blindr Thl* homa It att 
fboMba old Ha* txcellem view Heat 

atfer. Apply awner Idka Nauitatn St 



SPLENDID l-ROOM BUNOALOW In apol- 
lae* candiiloo. J bedraoma. ityibg-iuam. 
dtning-tawm, ale* kUehon and pantry. 
' utilitr room with (ul*. hardwood Door* 
I ond Itraplace Pull baaemant with furnace, 
aeparat* garaca Ptna garden, chicken 
Koua* EKCBPTtONAL EC7AA 

VALUE AT >a/UV 



lOM Biaoahard Hirce 



4 9-ROOM ROME PCtX BABBMENT 
- a fwenere Mae garden e>ime fruit 
Price gg.aaa tocludtng nearly new fawreit 
''Neaveror<mk‘' range with tawdott burner 
Norgr frig lino Wind * eu Term a Caih 
ta murtgegr Apply IHI BfS'l si No 



GARDEN CITY 
REAL ESTATE 



GORGE SPECIAL 



NEAR BEACON HILL PARK 
AND THE SEA 



nOQD COCNTRT (lENpi*** BTORt wllh 
tone aeparale llring ouartera, on ahoot ana 
arre af land Owner mighl mn»lder 1-7- 
roam home in pan EXmANOB 



PAIRPtgLO 

X ’tw RAMrn amri-i tiUNuALow cewd- 
•letm^af );>'ng-rn«in kli'Uan and 
d'leM* uiiii’i mom na'hr'iaa' 3 bad- 
mow* lacg* etneela. la'ge terife p ft A. 
furc.sc* toon w>.d »h »ub » in fenred NetP 
rier'cia wate- het’ri. klindi and lltof In- 
eluded Puny inrulated Clwe* In Irena- 
pariafuM' TrUr (•.kSd term* E 4004 



Op* of the ntreit hui* fmnie* we hara 
had fnr anmc time la Ihia cuig d-roem wblie 
eiucco bungalow atioaied only 1 block from 
•tore* and rranapartation . Living-room 
ha» large tiled fireplace and myed caiUnt* 
and iapettry plMier. Theee- a»a I IWin lllS 
bedrootnt large bright rabinet kiieben oith 
wttfMy inaai utl a''<l a 4-pc* Pembrak* 
hathraom Hardwood Door* lo llelog-room 
and hall, rockwool iniulailan ihreughout 
Ho ba*emeni PuU prlco ilarma W COAA 
If deitredi *O^UU 

A*b for Mr Pryra 



OAKLANDS DISTRICT 



GORGE— STUCCO 



A rery aiitt.ti^e *t«ce« bungalow. )u*i 
*ayen year* old Entfanca ball, goad eta* 
liying-raum wtih fueplaca and gue*i nve 
dining-room all wiib oak (laott Twa 
nice badrooaw and A-pc* Pembrob* bath 
Cabinet kitchen All ihie plim a nic# rum- 
pui roam ia the foU remeni baeemant. 
Jait one-half black from tha »ea. in a 
very doalrabta foradna. 



Bay Ihio etU'co bungalow at far teaa than 
Iba cMt o( bnlfdlof the earn* tadat On* 
yaar aid. cumprUlng lialni-ronwi with i»ak 
(lm>r and open Sr*pla>e larg* bciEnr 
Kliebeu. Penmrnk* baihroom and > bed- 
apMwa Ba baeemeni aa lhar* are nn 
aMpa to climb Attached farag* EKKCW*) 
Onod garden Ml Price ^DJvv 

nhia cab ba handled with oaly 41. MS 
dowa If deaired.i 



EZ'IAA ^ PRICE POR BRAND 

BOkjUU New d-rnom bunaaiww tn fine 
KweUon Ra* every modern feature, ftr*- 
pMre hirdvaod floara Pull baaement witb 
fuTnara. laundry lube, driva-tn garage 
AIBO 3 ANtSHEO ROOMS NUo fob. 
MtMT BE BOLD Tmil WEEK 



A OOOD COMPOST ASlt VTOME PUR- 
nrahed «rr unfurnlahed etnee in 
rentrai Park "»wti and achool* ES7M 



-tXACH & SPARKS 

niS BLANSNARO STREET E tltl 



RICHMOND AVENUE 
NEAR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL 

Thla boauiiful. modern PfVE-ROOW 
WHITE BTUCCO bom* it built 00 a land- 
•eaped lol td t Idd. . where a URAND 
VIEW u abtatned It haa g'rud hail*, a 
livkng-rowm 14 1 33 with Pranrh dov* ta 
patio and lawn, and a dininf-roam pbicb 
aiao haa pvrarh door* to garden, two nic* 
bedroom* botbrwom aad dUthen wired for 
alarlrie range- Oak doora in tbe mala 
roema An OfL-O-MATlC PURhACE la la 
(ho baotmant The owner la taaelbg th* 
ctiy and wUI tell tbl* esccstioaaDy l«*ely 

f.r 510,500 

« Can Mr Rayla or Mr Seedheuao 
tvcningg celkuttg 13iM 



E&* Qaacfta 



N ice uttle home, in the country, 

far elderly enaple All modera e«>w- 
veniei.rey chirkrn haa** far 400 Wrda 
Alan aomr fnut Can he bouafit an M<o 
rtaiat ha*'* Aak far Mr. L Th ti s i i— or 
A Puoti. BtvMu /Od PO PhofM Keeling 
UT 



U Y OWNER WELL-BUILT d-BOOM 
houae. I badraoma and bath up«taira 
ll*1na-room dining -rwom. bitrhen and pan. 
try down H A Tjmar* fann and bHndt 
John* Manififle rm»f with inaulaltan cietr 
U'ie l/»w laxe* Id MO caah Phnna t rfl4 



$8750 



TO CLOSE ESTATE 

We Kaee beeo Inatructed to aelt thta Bee- 
raota country hacne. oyeriookiog Langford 
Lobe AUrarl^ve Uvlng-mom with open 
flrenlace two badrooma and modern three- 
piece bathroom 4S acraa Team OBiy 
blAL JmaedMU poaoaaalou. 



OVER 1 ACRE 

SS-mlle elrrla Neat modern ahabe bun- 
galow of i roomi with ba*M»e<ii and far- 
aare. garaae Dandy garden, frulta and 
barriea THIR IB EXCELLENT PROPERTT. 
ON BUS UNE. AND HAS PINE YIBWB OP 
BURROUNDIHO COUNTRY. PCTCA 
Pull price Mty _ -- «JVJ 



Aak for Mr Qulncey. tteBlan O dySd 



•UNDAT 

Mr MrAdama, 0 3439, Mr. Pryea. OibU 



HIGH QUADRA 

■aa •• thaw yna'tbla houaa today, a* the 
pooaa la maetng M UBA^ and H aaeO- 
•atatg Ihu Mealy ny*-room bungaMw. With 
aorb fMiarva aa a Mrge liy|ng-raom, 6r^ 
odoea. briaht dming-room. kilcban with 
llM aink and wired for range Urga maater 
bwirMUo and mediem ataed one, 4-pleva 
hatbruam Oak (Mora in atl ronma and 
weurything ta apoilaaa rottditlan Pull baaa- 

K al with hnl air (urnar* and •Inker 
Dt under N H A oao*rvU>n« a few yean 
age ood boouufulty tUuated. 



H. A. HUMBER, LTD 

im BROAD STREET El 



H ALPOUR AVE a modern PREWaR 
tiorm boneaMw. 4 rooma and family- 
»tae dmeUa lined baeemeoi and dri**-lp 

f araee. large lot tn lawna. taroa and mmII 
rutti One minute fram bo*, ehnfe* rMy 
toraiiao with law Uxat Pbnna owner. 
R9141 or Bun b*id CoMnUt^ 

H EACTIPUL tjkNORCAPED UPT WITH 
pool A building aaatiy moeerted to 
garage tdeol fer prtwaQ hoo*e IM yard* 
from part Quiet tacallaa O ITfd 



N ew 4 -hocim b t wc t) bunoalow. 

cabinet hl'chen Wired fny range. rMe- 
trtr hot-waier Heaialur fireplae*, H A. 
healing 4-pee haihnaaan. uilUty room. 
Tarma |1»M EllSd 

XW” RANCH-ETrLt~B'u N*0 A to W. 

l4re* room* aMcUM aiwea lidl Brao- 

foM Rnad 



$1000 DOWN— GORGE 

HARDT MAN-B SPECIAL, and la foa^ 
Mratlwi 4-raom bungalow with baaemant 
and fnmaaa Taeea aniy dM par year 
Need* a Mt of polBt her* and there, and 
a few reoalTi, 
bui a gtwM homa at 



DUPLEX 



BERNARD & CO. 

6 5316 



Siruated on pembertow Road. Two. apo- ' 
rMu* wail-appotuied piiwa The apnor 
•uiu la runted at liM r*r moaih and row 
Ulna atl room* and two badroMoa Lower 
auiM compoaml uf Ihiau asart^* 
phia aunroMO aeaiMhl* lor owner 8am- 
oicnt acewmmooeiMo for *o»etaaor. l,*feli 

1 1 » non ! "«**!- r. . 

Ing targe livta 
HARDWOOD PI 
and nook. TH 
pwea baihfwom 
ptped luroaea. 
Aiklng sn<* . - 



iTicarED 



OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF*THE AVENUE 

iceptlonally nice moderu and apariou* 
IVE'BOOM aiurco. Inaalatad bunjal'vw. 



menl 14 NM 91M 

R<n tkli Colnnnt 



$8450 



EXCLUSIVE LISTING 



Turmt aaa ka arranged 



UNnALOW, riVE ro< 
' brdroom* Cofuuiit XtJ 



NEAR HIGH SCHOOt 
1351 VINING STREET 

Rlu-room 9-iiory borne 1 kadtaom* op 
I.Ding-room wiib DrapMro dining-room, 
kllrhen and baihroom dawn Driee by 
and take rnMok at ihi* nn# POTAD 
Esetuat** lleting Pric* - mjTvfV 



CITY— SEAFRONT STORE 
GONZALES BAY— FAIRFIELD 

«* aSfer a aeafrant lot with alar* whteb 
haa keen Ihara for 4d year* catering to a 
Vfwderful raontl bualnaa* tn tha Bummer 
from lha ernwded kaach. and a aieaUy 
IraA* the balanr* of th* yaor W* ha** 
order# from on eatata la 44il thl* property 
tor M IM. and the ator* hu*in**a ran oa 
furehaaad aitra fur arauad d) Md Let u* 
Mow you tkl* propmtr. and you wiil ka* 
tha RomIkUuiet ywr«alf. 



T OWNER- MODERN O-ROOM RITVOA 
’ MW Shoal Bay E4MI 



OAK BAY— NEAR NEWPORT 
TWO MINUTE WALK TO SEA 
$2000 TO HANDLE 

^^-^MM-Beautlful MrutJoo Ifl ehoteo 
$90UU ruetdatilial area not far fram 
OAK BAY Boat Hou*e Tha TUDOR *tyi* 
troni gieaa ikia Seo-roem kuftfalow a kulet 
air af dUlInctMn on land»e*ped tetllng. 
Thrw^ ball. “flM'fbMb i*' 

aeat-alae two (Ml-«l«* 
ihrao il R pomlMIlty hy wing 
rabinrt kllrhen and Intarwetuad 
Beparaie faraga. lour fruit treea 
,rden awaee Owoer will ronaider aell- 
< TERMS to kUailAad client 

RFIELD RD— REVENUE 
Six Rooms — Walking Distance 

BCOAPl-^*n ha*«y Meatfwn far goeet 
mOuUlJ bofM alwaea cltenietl* far 
Ihia typo of hawta with hoatneM pooola 
who daatra noot low* oaaommadoHow Bo- 
uuirM* inelted 

Pleeaa eatl MR PATRICK. » tlSl. DuT «f 
Night and SUNOAT on th* aboe* tlaUnga 



r CLORS TO BCnODIJI NEW 1- 
Nfroeim tamratow t.ere* kl'chen 
rtHun attached ear*** M»#h tHa*iU- 
with flrao'aeu gagM Small down 
R4. tlrlurU Realif, »«'*« 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

1309 OOVERhMENT BT. ■ *» 

iMamber Beat Bmala ROard of Yktoelat 



g |AK BAT BRinirr *- 
* ' >-«*a> ytat'y leiheateo 
at'arhad •#*■*• Reducad 
*ale •H.ly 91 Idt Phnc.e 



CITY 

$2000 DOWN 



/ »cm*AOE FOR BALE - 3 BEnROOMU. 
'. LR bathmum and k1*<-hen •la* 
bulH-on garaga If 909 Sou SM* CaInnHt 



ESQUIMALT 

FOUR RMS AND SUNROOM 



McCANDLESS REALTY 

44 PORT STREIT fWOHE tglll 

Efeninga b(r Rngara ft IMt w 
Mr. BrtdaL 0 99N 



Ralanee on eaey term* for thta one-year- 
old atoeeo kuagafow runalaUag of Bvlat- 
room wiu> firapiara madavo ilMheu »o# 
badronm* and Paiaamkc bothnwaa PULL 
NIOH CEMENT BASEMENT Mtnodi. piled 
furnaaa, copper piptog Ao **- BKOrvA 
teUaait buy ot ooly - ... 90 ’Sv\J 



BPtKNDUl FAMILY ROME IN OAK BAT 

^rx-RooMs orvN nREPLAcr. uotrr 

flooca every modem uan Ta»te*»re Oil- 

^ iO.OQ& 



Through ball, ttelng-raum I4x3t n. wnh 
gn* flrvofaew ond roved cetling* Seymrate 

Alntitf-renwi of 

bodroom* 

DR< 

both 
ond I 

Ing 0 



GONZALES— SEA VIEW 



D anot hew BTncm wuNrtAt 

* room* H»nitwV>d Dopr* 1 
garage and eerevihing nfre A r< 
in u n eai i 't h it ■xirnp c*w-^.*no» 
heir a yo*r chance 

Can KEN WAl.TERB 
Dar. O im> Bvea . O dATf 



Rare I* a niee tiding homa with a Durold 
roni, cement batewanl and furnare Da* 
Ibid an Biiuatud in good B AQAA 
dittne*. (he (uo price 11 

Pome Tara* Can Ba Arranged 
Cad Mr. tming, Eeeninga B 4941 



Wrn eondiuoood duplet In cxaeiimi la- 
rality with revanue of 9M N BOBthly Irom 
bkpar adlf-gontkntod »ui** Poagmmy of 
I aulte* up ibcteaatng rveann* aubotan- 
IMIII Immetfiai# pwMaatoo M lower jull# 
con&tint of Ihrea largo mama and kaih- 
tonm Taruk* avkOaMa Sepant* antranret. 

Klil, $9000 



Oak Bay laMel Mcattoo piya epar.oHa 
ranm* dawn Oak flmar*. eavad i*UiagA 
apauf ■ fbepiaee eaparbrr pfumbiog, two 
bat hr auma threa raaaaa upaUira arid ataa- 
fr»« 1 Mf*pM»w HowBietH. fumacw ar.4 



WH I T E NTUCOO BtTNOALOW-Pour kflfhl 
inama and naok Hardwoad fMsra mod- 
' am bathroom, tiled »mk. *U Ra* full 
I aeukcnt baaamtnt, furnaa* and garag* 

' An •irep'ienallv •Ml-balll hoot* la «pat- 
cwidltioa Pta* well-etocked garda. 
stiiiattd In high MrotMw |uat outald* aity 
Itmiu Would aunaMor •aebaapa far mod- 

IZga^r'^" ■ $8000 

I mriN RAm.TAIN~Attra*1l*a ufcfU ^f 
. aidlnf buaoukiw Pour room* teciudlag 
I Mma BeiOd M im wwh apen Dfep'acu. 
four-Mec* kaihraoui Pull baaecneni, fur- 



$1500 DOWN 



A glde-by-aid* dupMk. fuat 3 year* aid. 
fur only ltd, Mi and n can b* purrhaaed 
with 91 OM deun It cetiMau ef iivtac- 
fuom. dlneile. modem kiubeu. I bedroom 
and Pembreko kaihmom. oa each tide. 
Vtth baa*UMUl ond fumom unRar e*'h 
Mduaud oa 0 comae Ml ta the Oorw 
oRy Rd*. It M a otew appearing oblu 
ktureu wllh DuroM roof. UttM or o« re- 
aulr* for yeora Ravanua ot ddl m mt w g 
H frwta eorh eulie and * vacaokt far 

SSbT- MM $10,850 



Baiahc* oo terma far ihM oatl-cwcwtrorted 
«idec-t»pe bwoaaieu Thraugh haii llvlnd- 
room with firepiac* dialof-reoui and kit- 
Chao. TMRSE BKDRfX»ld9 oM baihrpMo 
upetoirt PuU trmeti* boamtent Two 
MU op* Wl'h vaanely of fruJt E.gC/V\ 



ISLAND INVESTMENT 
COMPANY LIMITED 

N VIEW BTREBT PRONE B 1td*-1 



I 3KrEU.nrg PAtRPTPLn wicatton 
'j t-ronene^ ttoroo '**idO- kotMOMw. I 
eutra-larga mom* double p'uo'bin*. fX 
n-MoUr air anwciititoei, niTaM m* 



COMPLETELY REDECORATED 

* on/^A CABR -fun smrMrMS'T-yywr- 
$ZUUU oM aUHOB. d-roum bunwolow ta 
Onrr* with fuU baaetaent ond drtyO-» 

tarot* Urro lot Low tau arm doae ta 

achaati. tterea and tmaaponattoo. 

JUBILEE— $5500 

ButaUntMl baaemant 
air ptpod lemar# TRRJEI B lPdtQ OktB 
lifiiriTi EdTUt* Wall fept •famitv hemt 
open M reaannabM orfar, *0 hberut terma 



1.4 and Bniahed 9-b»dmem bantuirw. 
Tuft t*tnrreie kwament e'eei o*M farnae* 
fult* Inau'aiod garae* a'taetMd oo ground 
]-*») Or* tM* tnda* I h'MUt we*4 ef 
WheCtwiUTWa. aeae kfeRa* Phnn* O ttlt 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 



BERNARD & CO 



PA1RPIBLX>-N*w modem •-TOom 

bungalww. Oawd MaatMB Very large Ue- 
Ing-rowm. apen fireolaua. ultra modera 
bulii-ta kitchen, dlntng- r uata. 3 Mr** bod- 
mmM wall nilvd wn* rMoou^ 4-piari katb- 
ruMu Oak IMon thronohaud. PuU high 
BbJtmeni TT.U « tr.«r*d u bargain, and 
•uuM out be buiR fue-tha pete* 



$6950 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

Itll DOCHTLAE BTRETT 



$6500 



— WP-AND-noWN OUPINX 

1 .AOUR RDCrMS AND BA IK 
dowa uH targ* roMU* and kve 
yaumi Bafh rrp Pneate-et*- 
t'uoee to both »a1**a Lm M t Nn 
1r. !aww ond garden Taeea glkd. 
Ownee.oeeun M d and Vvaeaua nod 
gr* temtad thro* Woada from «he 
P*r1taUNnt NnlMtnwt Reven-t* 
WUI bo bettor Ihoa glM mwa’e-« 
Term* 



Rioeea hmigalaa ta apich-apan eendttMU. 
ood aUfloied e« o nuely landeeuoed lad. 
CMtapetae* aalraa** halt 9 badroama one 
vtth oolHo-waU aaroat. S-oiee* baihroom. 
tasBi kitchen uiih Oil ranga Pull «***• 
aad driTa-tajisrag* Thta M 
a taod buy and ewngr wtlT 
l»S« gJ.dSk doun. PrMa . 90 TJ\J 



with a*Mrnad a 

irg* Mt Ptae *1 



$8400 



$5500 



5-ROOM OAK BAY 
BUNGALOW 

ncklEOIATE P O R BBB WOH offered M Ihlt 
aitrocttv* boow baiit ao ihp loeough Ao4 
pMa Large aad bright raoma th* main 
raooM havtac fslden oak fMortat Nish 
eamenf baaemenC SXh hM-utr ^maa* 
There ar* many faa'are* M sMaa* th* 
Mdy *r th* how*, aad a sMomrre im thaw 



GEORGE E. THORNELOe 

O EI3T M CENTRAL BLDO 



PAmPTELD Terr ntr* toaaUty 3-bed 
room bungale*. 10 perfret modnfoo Pul 
i9a(*HMCrL garagt. hot-uater haaUna TW' 
food MU hlantf mt fruiU. Mrge and email 
ta full bearing u good fmm* 
putag vtry dhaop ai ((*ruM> mOUVA 

OAK RAT-4-ruom etueuo BungaMW. Lort 
lunmg. op*n nruoiae*. fuB kaueuMA. fur 



iC«/^-cmr rita-foota nmgalot 
T*« bedroom*. *0 etee* ar 
beaUr. kllMU and rurtalna Newi 
damraied. dl.as* caah wiU CkndM. 



A. S. MILLER 



Ih af nok ftay A«t UNj*- 
boeeaaert driee-ta wragut 
nOt oak ttaaea. ftaa Mt Pnn^ 
I Mr pwak at Tallauta M 
O Mil. «r eyewtnoa. E IMS 



HOWARD B. CRAK3 



$6300 



SUPERIOR DUPLEX 



$9975 



$7150 



$9500 



kfWfKBB WDBOOMB OM OR MAID’S 
• roam oR hot ualer hoot. aMcttae hog 
•oier iMrf* Belag-roata Rnfag-fthM. 
beia k foei mm. aobtaa* ktnhuu idlod amk. 
vMrTrto StrW heo ' der rauw Mlh Mower, 
taUM. kwta off ooiraacw hoB. Loro* V> 
9 *w« bothtaota eoaawdled laeoMted. 
A p pro* N om ta lovn ood Mruh* 



E. E. HEATH 



$7850 



Itaebland Ayanao OUtrIrl > A mdwtoottal 
hoow with -aimoapkrru • wki'b ho« kaeu 
l Ui u y'tad Iota on op OBd dawk dopMa 
Nathied erumpad akaol thd armpHoWd- 



FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 



NEW FAIRFIELD DUPUX 

•d MSo-bytad* «Mlm » iSo kata p*n 



$8400 



$3900 



FOUR-ROOM MODERN 
STUCCO HOME 

I amt OuMid* gamp* Pe o ao d with 
lawh. Pun p*1» logs CiHh sunuem 
M Bolawa* artan^ it Oraat Qeod. 

M. R.C 

»*■ P1P1. CMoutet 



$7800 



$3750 



RANDS REALTY 



M700 CASH 
MX PRICE $14,700 



THE B C. LAND 



FRANK S. GREEN LTD 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 



• ■Its 




fiaUu ttolOBJst » s«.. Mtrct 5. 1950 Zl 



Mareh *1 t« April 19 — <Ar»M 
U pact sUr «mfm<ftUy. Ut«r 



FARMS rOR SAM 



rROPtRTT FOR SALS 



79 WANTVD TO BI T— HOI SEA 



Club (^lendar 



io.a. apput* Bft* 



br -iwAd ty Tfte t x wB w po B wm C\u\^ 

ihu «(Tk. 

TYirw mroibrr» of th# VVrtort* 
MiuMal Aru SuCKir enMnalD 
Kh* Uoiu Club. They wr Uatmo 
O itoba, June MUtaurn end ABen 
Tref»«r 

Skw*k«n et Um , Vnlfln T'OMf* 

mn ’eyr*' Club «Kll tor JevtM Bona» 
Rwh»»<l Dee M’. B^cwn. John M«i»- 
dUh. au l«e«« end J. Borroe-men. 



BO>4A FlOk AND URGENT 

f »»<«i UiU »•« 

tvqKura* • ar benM*** »i Oer««< 

Ten VO* eeiMt wf MMUv etma- 

K inr. ap t» |X2.Me ••(h *11 h»»t 
tr»4 6ti‘m>’-g ib*M p>nsitft«M «» WM- 
Ko« abaai 



Ua< 1- Oerii'>a Ue«<’*eM V>'. *■ r> 

U-fr r •><*«. Ukr00 b^vig fc«m »i'b 
m*^.npt irgrttm, 
lied *'»lec« ka'l.r-xiai «n 

iM'kUB, I )*r|* badranvd ep* •«« <m«U 
n.%n l«»p«e M’ers..u L«ri» Mn'«i>td 
«•••• In *iib gpfg* Hr>' '••lar 

toM>, Fl«<» etnaerl; S;<a IM4 Caidn at- 



eblr 

April ID lo Jday » — <T»ttra»i 
/. M t)*e .AVJW’W’ to puut diA 
hmi'h. Lairr be undenundUif. 
belplul, •yoipethetic. 

Mty 31 to June 30 — tOcinuui 
AU keep deer U mrar=s«nee 
rtoks Uter. be AUh per-pie you tre 
fondeet ol. 

June 31 to J*ul( a — tOanc«T> 
AM . be unpcraooal. cauu^pa The 
domestic •^ ene e(fbrda opporluia«M 
for hsppir''s ID pm- 
July a to A»upu*t a— 'L»* a m 

be rarefnl atHie en r'UK. IMy calb 
on loikA tn the p m. 

Aucusi S to September K - 
tVlra-.'' AM' llmU exjvn.lihirw, | 
prt'ri^ itseHs. Utter: lort.fy Itw 
finaticUl setup. 

Septepiber a to Omober »- 
' Libre* Ait. be Inirr: 

you domtiiete the picture. Be-vdi* 
m’l to a»umr leadership. 

'Ccli^ier. ^ io Movrtnber 21 
' ♦Bt ortHo' A M • dofi l fet Involved In 
cUfflrultle». Komlp Rent, r<4ax. be 
' by you:»tIt durlne Mie day 



UONOAY — Uyro Club luncheon. 

Empreea Rocel. IS 19 piA 
TV aSDAT — Ktw*nl» Club hincheoA. 
EmpifTM HpCek 11 II pm: VlC' 
Iona Ceetne Club hmrheon. IS M 
pjn.. auatlKpi* Hotel. ^ 

TH17HMMY — Rotaty Club lun- 
chao*'. linip(T«a Hotel, 1S49 pju.. 
OpttnUMt Club luncheon. 
Loucheed*! Banouet Club. 18 19 
pn . Oak Bay KlwanU CtuV 
dmner. Oak Bay Dearh Hotel. 
6 IS p.m Toaaunaaten' «No M> 
Club dUUier^ Stralbcona Hotel 
9 49 PJD . Coaibopoltam ' dub 
dinner Club amxm. i TO pai. 
FRIDAY— Uena Club luncheon. 
Elm press Hotel. IS 19 pm . Tmoii 
Toastmaatera' Club. Biralhcona 
Hotel. t.l9 pn. 



bl’NDAI. MARI U 9, tSM I 
TViday'i duntatkm: % . * Pat*, 
^y h from the teeth out. fiuicvre 
appreciation. U Irum the heart out. 
—Dale Caruofte. 

HuMty lor everyone: You &rj^ 
advuiisi Ui relax and real Uv the a.!m.. 
atuce Um period teiMh to upeeta. 
Iraaiy and precipitate acUooa. Take 
no chances. The allemoon u(fen 
the beet time for eoriabUity. eieiUnk 
overoominf diiemmaa. Play eafe In 
evenins.. 

$9000 ! for your blrthclaie and blrlb- 

* sl^ below: 



HIGH OAK BAY LOTS 
In thd New 

LANSDOWNE HEIGHTS 
“ -SeBfMVHSION 

•Onto Ae»aw> 

•sad. Iff .a MT. 

$2100 



$1250 



MRDON HEAD 



$4750 



Brown Bros. Agencies, 

■ Ltd 

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$3500 



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im BLANSKAKO fft 



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aneve’ w<‘/r wiTTn itvat ar»»w- 

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a«ne««M CrvKM'.^ 
ra<;u>i •••( 
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$6950 



Wksue tgt fmB riHtMi eivi rsaai wot fk- 
l»« sim a>wr^M PauliaM CStu b» 
• a sMer It » is |>«4 

Ptk« srewsd 17 BM. 

AM es«r>raeis taitsfr sat 4>»> 

irvi ut«t hsA «h*rsr}*f««’U-» at B»»s**nt 



F^i »»»• 

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111 e»nUS) kj'M'oe 

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PPU' AtiriNa %it «nvit*d tot «h» 
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UPLANDS LOTS 



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•b«ko aMftfswsa fon'Auiuti a%.>4 rjuin. 
rsfetuM •Itrhvn. J Bl SH ii a W as.a 

P«U aM»niM>C sit bMMX, ouu<o* 

■srs«a «:th stisratil axrMhnp On r« 
• "n a<«e •oil •ita rvsidnc (UtAis. 

*^ “•** _ $4800 



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Ts* •KSihBl IsU an Csdbsre Bs* BmiI 

u^Ms. A» #i*ee s«e $1650 



lALART aMVOlMraotta 
Qt'AMPlOerK'MM- Aa*MM.Mn 
rsp*ri>ii«» SA Iir»n«n lo «'i «r|An^«9 
insslcio«l fir* utxlM «1 v«>«rt 

kt Atv phtairAUT Ml SSUIO W •«!»€{▼«<. 
U't oiMt liMMt Jademfnl 
Aeal.rsUsas sbL>adt bs aise* la eriuae 
to U» Ifv'itr UisIMot •( land* Po> 



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aOOUU bui>>. bslso'i It* isooib. h«n 
d’»t roTrouo e*vr*n) of ] (<*i'*o bMf»it''<v 
1173 M irif’r'VlT bIua si*» •»'. tn 

■ CMi ■a.MoAis. ii Aww«»o»»> bMnre 
Pr.-lfrt cuneUtM ia« PbatiS 



The Oyro club thtt week anil |* 
prvseut a tni"*h"*' ol cuail 'jxdtoi . li 



Financial Survey Ltd 



UPLANDS SLOPE 



111 a rep r eeentathe from the 
HatAa'ial Inatitute for the Blind. 

B. C. Omie, princli»l of Willow* 
6chMR. and to become pcmapal of 
n J wnm junior Hi«h achooi. 
win ^ aueei tneaker at the Bn-trw 
Hi« totuc. 



COWICHAN 



••'irfiT •iiustca Ajoen e»*etni 



UAr»R IMAK UARCU M 



1 * SCI** spprAl 4 * clrsrsA 
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p « b*UiM*s« bi*b full b«M3>‘* 
h ■ fsr si'ibibuo trC *sC K> 
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Mtotbtr St tti4 IWAl Bosre 



OAK BAY— N08TH 



33 to December It 



NoTeml 



Tatt Bice seutfisrn eieoMA*. 



METCHOSIN 



C»AL*0 tmem «« s« rewieei b? 

^ nn/i*rf]|r >d oB opill poor. M-r.,T»T 

M4f>h 11 tne IBrTVp»'’Tr p pe 

IB . A, ‘ »M 1 ’ u»«s steo (' t t<it' 
persMno hr*«i fw'i* enantliM •>!* M>r* 
ilrulsr* •( wtiirb sisy M eblsltiee tfow 
ihu oKUs. 

-Tsni hfidAf B-iit W'lf<T»nrpS{.i*e b* * 
(wnince a«eosil rbteue abuai l" >W e( Ini 
■luasni rt t*ne«r. «>•*• paisble Is th* 
“^.'T TT*4*ur»r sne rocJ'jsrd IB as t:.veliH* 
biaiWaH “Tenrtef for Cseeer flM sne 
Pl'liflt* " 

The lovMt er eny lenAcr vill osl baim- 

tsruy be s«c«pt44 

o r snARPS 
Citr P«»r!>%«trie A*aR( 



iBacUtarlUJi KM lie low. Cement] 
He* with nthen; make the moat o!i 
Ih* pm. Aortally. 

December 22 lo January 19- 
<Cpprlcnni» AM - u.«e tact, ewr* 
lAter- nee that your position la bet- 
tered with those who emml. 

Jmuary 10 lo FebruBPT 1® — 
<Aquartu.sl A M ; take no chancre 
Later talk hnpee and Whhe* over 
with thoee cJoeeat your heart. 

February 19 to Marrti 3<L <P14CM' 
AM -beaavtnff. Later: allow o* here 
to "freat ynu" to aomethine. Rest 
and rebuild *rt»rae of eneryr 

PlannlDf ahead. &vyj for aoria- 
billty. eniertatnlnu. etc., afternoon 
nf Marrh 9: late evenlnt of T; eve- 
nlnff of 9: daytime of 11. 14. iF. 19 
’30. S3: evr*Tttnga of 27 . 39; pm and 
evening of 30 



Club luncheon ihie wwek 
"iK Modern Bduoation Differrntr* 
“The Kootenaya ' wUl be the aub- 
)ect of O 8 TumbuU. MLA .'in an 
Bddre« to the Kiwaiiia Club thu 
week. 

SPEAR ON VUTORIA 
Membem of the'Rutiary Oub Yrtll 
hear John Gough, municipal 
irumector of echoola for Greater 
Victoria, who wlU epewk on “Ijocal 
aireeia. Pathway to History ' The 
talk will be a geiiera] review of 
Victoria dutinc the 100 yMn 
Charlae H O, Mann, ifeutenant- 
govi-mor of Divlsloa One of Kiwanu 
tmemaQonaia Parifle Norih«-e«t 
dhtnci. wUl apeak ip the 0*k B*y 
fCiwanu Club. It will mark hh 
offirlal TlMi to ihe elub. 

Main epeaker at the Toaid- 
maatera’ Club «No 3Si wiU be O. S 
OiBOn 

A rioeed meeting, at which mein* 



WANTED URGENTLY 



] fatrte nesnUf buill 4upu<. I 
M<»> «i'.* boita aibM avsiislitr 
ST* auafet* ntoa* an* s< ('tesiAr- 
>ra ClMtti •Att.ue VUI esAB. 

W, >*Ua). eatninga, X 4U1 



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$5850 



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iim fUsMCS i i«-7rp*Mv>« • ' 

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WANTED 



GORDON HEAD 
GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE 



>V£ATIIIR IDRECAtVTb 
ApI Coast of VaPamver Wand— 
Clmtdy with shower.*. Sunny in- 
terval* tittle chaiige in tem- 
peratute Wind* light in after- 
ivwm, Monday omif«ok— UUi# 
change 

■eat C-oe>t of Vstieouver I»lar.d— 
ClMUrty and mild with wtmy inter. 
vaL Winds !» Outlook 

for Monday aitnny. 



etmHiAiim. 
M. Its* •»>l 

aw ctM 



sdrvoa bvntsitfv arrvbsft 
KasA. s« ia aet ^ i*m. 



A POBMt t*S- 
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dtTBM AigXANnWA *OtABI«W 
POX cBtrrLto cniuiBaN 



TMrtsea str** »l'b *PBro*l»*t»>» 4AA fv*« 
beswufal v*l*rir*n(a«* It miS’i st' etiA* 
llnm >Kp An MHIsneior win* sl’n 
srrHnem *vrr»>ui*H*4 b» h-«*titwl l«»’* 
Slid Ai.rabbsry Appi-ArbA* br -leom* 
«r.«fwar tbr-'utb n»n»* u»ai V.# euiriA 
coosUU et iicbl aptriou* fsoas Asalans* 

fw pnmHmm Hvli-f Bp-ri*i iA.e-ir*« -f# 
•S4 nears, vil*’* 9'-** fU* «lbili - * f'-iVf 
pbibiBina Cni-o-MsU* hssils* es- 

rM* ••»* voTWUt n, sei uAKsi 



• Arnxa or oooo eott 



NOTIcr Of AVWTAt CfNglAt 

Mrtrixo 



IN THE 
NEW 

PLAYFAIR ■ 
HEIGHTS 
SUBDIVISION 



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Pemberton/ Holmes Ltd. 

i*M oovtnMUjix rr pxoag oaia* 



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Apprn* sa aHM final Tirtens 



N OTtCK u hfivtay at'tp tbat tb* areval' 
V*(i«rAl RMStin* of Lb* Qussfi A!as- 
tndr* aMsiiwin .<*r CnpvM Ciiidrts aiU 
Pa b*M til •!•* LmtM Bamb 

tmpr-Ai VWMrt*. B C-. M Mosdai 

UvA lasb Asr pf Msrcti. IPM si U>s boar ut 
I la p ai . for Uis a*is*AM id tataitibc the 
r*ean sf ibt Baar* et Dirsciar* fnr (hr 
sell fft sad th* Bs'siirs ifiAAC »pi 
fii.si'i tsi RisiAaiAnt s* aseuse aad •lc<>*'l 
Pa lf>* NOAtAir* AsattSA' Ma«tMM si 



e/-Ho6« WT t ’CCO BOKOALOW DRtVT 
A \c (srsCA. fall CAetfOl kasrniriit 



MONDAY. MARCH I. 1991 
TudAy'B quottUBH. “Art U •«> axe- 
red the love of It cover* a mulUtude 
of una. and *o we eiru.se ounelvea." 
— fUr Jamn Laverv. 

Monday tilt everyonr: Bb re- 
ifiurteful: effert 



u PliorEBTY FOK SALE 



Nobsm A^ i*M mwvetwn oar 



aAAMlCB BKABlIoarT 
1 OlOBIOUR aXAFIlOMT I'KOeMTT 
\ of a Skf^ tcvri isbA. asm sssab. 
.« j.*ia A(iM«ra kfouarti. siustnta !• 
..imaa Puua«:»a *i>ii pstiu. iwJM >S 
laltj ABiSICM Oii-OH 4 UC bc(-**Ur 
lai Osb*r siii Alia putcOAMt s (tsl wif 
r Uint^isis srUsB FsrUto.sr* irsa 



NOW 

AVAILABLE 



URGENUY REQUIRED 



CARR, BALANH 
aar<4sae O VTtl 



GREATER VICTORIA WATER 
DISTRICT 



79 WANTED TO Bl’f— HOrSE« 



LUlIxifi Will B» oisaa latnxtists 

AliABtlM 



aihar br-iTnarr rAtaiin* • • Iba 

sMciBSAw-iii et ih« kffsirt »f Uir BsAlst* 
D«t*4 ai yietsris. BC. lb* in e*f *1 
Uateb, laa* ■_ _ 

BT nwom or 
TUB BOARD OP OIBBTrORB 
V A Pvters BAtTAurf 



•Rvinfs Steer j 
elear of Uiharmony. waite. Randle 
elder* and hlglier-up* "with glove* ** 
Re«olve i»uea harmonloaviy and 
overc''tne obatarle* conrtruc'ively. 

l»dk for your binhdate and birth- 
sign below 

March 31 to April 19 -<Arie«' Ac- 
cept a Auppx'rtlfig role If neee*aarv; 
be impervinal. Gain *'*me revtful 
relaxation. 

AprU 80 lo May 30 - 'Taurus- 
Shake off a feeimg of lethargy or 
Unieaeh 



BUYERS 



Ast fsr W*MS ClsiK. Vt •i)A>i-iui tS 
pfersH and Rural Nasim 
■V tnir.ft PbwM O *441 



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Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

laea oovKRHMBrr BTwnrr o «t34 



L'PLABDW BCIUHMO aTIW 
i «B 01 CS ailXLrXHCU location, ovbb 
' ' a-a *crt AmiiBs new bawitt 
pIM* plAoa fsr Mn* buiM ffOinn 

sYsiisbis. PBica I UU 

AtBRSO rARMlCIIAgL * CO LTD 
111 * Orasd 6 :rtAl BvA- U 7 R 4 - O TI 41 



NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS — COLWOOD 



SHERIFF'S SALE 



OAS BAT 

CRnrNTLT RBOatJlID 
TytmOAlOW OR TO l* TIARfl Of D 

n vMigVTTAL RRQTTmBMBVra tAR-lB 

UVTNO-HOOU. PAMU.T • BUt Dlb.’*’'-- 
ROOM, TWO OOOD MgDBOOMA NA«- 
ugRT fRtnmAHi.T nn-o MATir »*«'• 
ANATt riARAOt If fOB.<mt.g tf 

fROi'pR :tc coKfnR»*« wmt 
fTjA-e riiovt o* tMbiFo'A'nn.T we 

RAVf OgM'IVW BITYBR WTIO IS Pf*.*- 
f ARKD TO PAT Cf TO lU.M* 



ELK LAKE 



Wxter may Le off on Tueb'lav. Marrli / Mi. Iintn J* \ M 
|n 6 P.M.. on .Sooke Knxd, lieluren llallcv I’aik Bml 
Fulton Kfui'l: on Melchoikiti K<*e«l, IicIumu S*'uke Retail 
an<J All'Cil llcarl. and I.edsham. M* iint4H» \iew. Kelly. 
Kildew, (‘ickfotd. Painter. Arhutna, Ihikr Road, and any 
other bide road* in tlua area, foii'-umcm on llie rioduceik' 
main will not he aflcclcd. 

R A i:i'\V.\Rt\ 

5*«I*eFinlciidcnt I ii';uirer, 



CONTINTS OP PANCHO'S CAPI 
907 JetibMR Slrtel 



T«« *//•• L-ifl*«r<bsre M-WArn. 3-liAa 
r*os| b-nr (lAiMnAAt On s a-vie bigb 

ru'v:; ■. si 0 , 00 c 



/ iLAAH RUILDINO UXT. UNNBWTRtCT- 
' ‘ Ad srrs, birsiAd on Uu i>. Mitsl 
8lt*A< K A.traiidrr *ai 8ts-«B Bt. 
HI* 4 



ACREAGE FOR SALE 
CLOSE TO VICTORIA 



WEST ROAD, 



/ nioick UARUB BUI1.UI5T7 tor, moB 

4 Uk— tbjli, g«>w<l •Ml-, «M1 BiMOS BoSd. 

»rll-drsiDAd o **IT 



w orry. Use care en route, 
energy In complete taiJtA. 

May 21 to June 29 — lOemlnl* Pro- 
leei those Of your InteresU which 
have to do with hlBher-iips, parental 
matter!*, home and family. 

June 21 to July »-iCaocer 1 Dive 
preference M rt'imeatfc or office af- 
fair* wi’hm e**y reach of 

other* during the day. 

July 33 lo AUfU.it 23 - 11^1 Take 
acfim nn routlTve matter*. Take nr 
chance* InvolvUig money, poAMi- 
pion*. 

Auffikl M to SepUtnber 23 - 
fVlrgoi Skip eullay* f<»r recreation 
and pleasure: eolve problem* re 
flnanree. aa^t*a. 

September 23 to October 12 - 
fUbrai rffect ooncIllaMona; be 
friendly. Seek information. Coun- 
teract iireaa taut feeling* 

33 to November It— 



Appfoximotwly 6 Acrei 



lae ACRM Witt •»» fMA pMlur* sad 
t*Uif*i*e taad. f«sr-r«use ttrMsi. fa- 
fMt bsrn. «MAli setisf*. Is *ba itcIsUr ef 
M» pr»p 9 M« blgb« 4 v levsl tsvMieits*: 
ruiura p*i«itUsmts* esUaiM. CaewiAt 
ewatr: 



A levtip b/iini Orrhsrd. 1ar*« iNtra sn* 
<ai. trn hsuM. dair). «t> CIwm to t«»n 
Till* u 4 l.tLltn *p|KiCtital(V CPOKH 
*1 <ar (]«*• oM«(t 

Cist* tn No* a fsna b«t *llb t tarpo 
biU Pour-brdtoosi l>»m» Full bSiOtnAni 
About u *«»ono« rrvit tr*-» cwittos 
bsuto for oruj' fu bifO* Ot-xi *o<: Low 

!*•*• Aboul tlAlf eowa vill ffXQfNA 
bAKd.c Pull pri o BOOuU 



i 'KANLBUiM- eiACB. THg vmxowe. 
* Os* R»F. BP.r tww >ou i«n. aiM 

Cadboro Bap Road, k A114 



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yiurcr hab **eao - aeaee fo» houbb 

4 ■ up io la- It foari Bid In a*'*-* <•<*• 
ir)*l M .« bk*4 4*»*w>*r.- krd ••* «. 
p-tltraklf ib.'O* kodfu-Hwa. ftikup Bor- 

na^ N r.i BAill __ 

H oua* or TO »* twahb old in vibw 

K«r*> ort* Mu«t bat* Uirao bod- 
riwiwi* rM/*d o/kued It*#®* *« |U ***. 
rail ilkrrr B 31*1. Akf er pt#hi 

ntau RAWRBa Noimai. LTD. Ill* 



F MjR BALB -CtttARBD U7T ON ALBANY 
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GORDON HEAD AREA 



IW A^fO* ktl riokrrd cb«>l'* •«'! 

b««* kkoui I fkatl pld email wd *oiy 

$6700 



LOTS FOR SALE 

Nasti>/1ilr* Rrad. soar Oraaiio itrtoi 3 
lota atd* bp aldo, M* i It* . ffOGA 



,X>R BALB-bOT TWO BLOCKa rROW 
dip oontro. Idoal for kpkrtoiobt or 
'iTkta buiso OHM O f*l4 






approximately 
1 ACRES 
4 M*le Cifclt of Town 



p„r r '-i’.-f pamralkn opp1» *« «»*- 
onriorattnad. 

n Mk'CRirir 
•barlfr. Ceuafp of yirtnrt* 
Sba-uea nrnoo, r-ur* Haaae 
Victorts BC. btaroh 4ih. litt 



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Mop*, s fow toes ssb». 



RAVI M0*e CABIf fOR 4-ROOW BlfN- 
paiow wltb l»a«**i*’‘t ftorer 0*X Bar 
fPlrf)«l4 W-iiW Kbo cardon No 
««•. »l*a*r Not *1M. CslenlM 



n vT ON APPROX POOR A cure 
»1t«r*d Isivd. ouh4ir14o4. Iw-koro leu. 
walor ktkitskl* N*ar Poirtels Bkp. PuU 
pnro. at.Aae o«arr 8*311 



$)900 



Alitk/tlra whllo t/iaar WoMkloo Durott 
rsDl PuU baaosiMii aa 4 daiaar Youn* 
frvli Uto* »*<p'j*rrtr« and oirtWWrr"- 
Lergk rbl4i*s bouar C>s77^ 

Pun pru# JO/ / J 

Ploaa •#»* fsr Mr Woodlov. B**« O ®1M 



T W 4 KT A MnnWRH BPROAIOW IN TMI 
I Upland* TWO. tbrao ko<troe<M and 
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> an tIM hlsr* piaUras* M i *00. 
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■ i UP. all cltarod. blgb tooBtlna 
Baimosi tM M 



October 

< 8 cnrplni F'dlow through quietly on 
the IdewA you receive today. Be un- 
avuming 

November 23 to December 21- 
• SaxUlariUA* Reserve Ihe pur»uU of 
plexAure* for annihcr day: #av* 
money, energy Plan, decide 

December 22 to January 19 - - 
fCaprtfoni' Take a neutral foie: 
add to aavlng* or reuie what you 
have Inatead of buying. 

January 20 to February It— 
(Aquariusi Be conAclaattoua; cBrcfii! 
In job acMvltlM. duMea end r* 
health. Don't woolgaiher; atlck to 
facW. 

February 19 to March Jd-'Plwcv* 
Be alert to financial nbligatlnna 
other* Involve you In: avoid rpecula- 
Hon. rlAki Attend to routine. 

Planning ahead' Good for aocia- 
blllly. entcrUinlng . etc , late eve- 
nine of March 7 ; evening of 9 dav- 
Mme of 12 . 14 , 19 . 19 . 20 . 33 . evening.^ 
of 17 . 89 : p.m and evening of 30 . 

iBrIraard b* CvmMllda'-d Paatarr* Isc I 



One prraon out of every four lufTeni from aomc form of 
exatro hypericidity. If you ire xmonf thcae tuffererw . . . 
if aad heartburn, gu. itofnxch dittrm or other forms of 
hypcrxcidity trouble you . . . fet Pfvmder’t Tablcti. 

Thousands of testimonials to the bencliis of Pfunder's 
Tablets are in our filet, praising the quick relief they bring . 

*7 buffend from afomac/i trouble”, says one, *7 
tried Pfunder'b Tubhtb. My froufe/o responded im- 
mediately eryd I no«e t—1 much better”. 

Yoa. too, may experience this relief from the discomfort 
of stomach distreat caused by Jiyperatidity. Ask your 
druffist today for Pfunder's Tablets. , 

Quick relief or money refunded. 

Sw4eHil**M*-TM*lb*«4«a.MTabl*ai|1.» ^ 

CppM^mp alas, IS# tsblata *4 ea 



PROFERTY WANTED 



Aartlancen 4 AppraUen 
Rinre 1902 



8rown Bros. Agencies Ltd. 

B«<abiMb®* ilta 

blBiaMri ar U>» H*al R*Ut» BnBrd 

sf Vl.'lb/tS 

1131 BlaiiBhard Bt Pb»n»a X ni)-4 



tnu/imj Lu-t. AROUND aaoe cash 
■ Xiqu>e*4U ar Vh-isris Waat pratarra® 



T AROX SmriTNO urr or RtmARo- 
(nn Biraat In Pairn-ld. 1*3*. R®a 
ti*3. ColanUt 



NTMRIR OP CLirVTB 



\l*t BAtt A 
V> wnn *F*®® -*'-h f*t dnws patstanl* 
On# waaM t>t*f*i’ an NMA-^ilt b«ma 
ptif-na RBfTT Pn«f#r Naakaa, rng'»r CA4 
tHf B3I0I. ei|ht. 0»J4 Ilia Oawlsi 

Nr-»l 

^'E ARI DMPXRATt f cm^WOMW 

ffut«a b<tn»** wl»W» s/a la traat dJrna^ 
PTi-na B( fsr tmBtadlata srilos. Carets 
c<‘r Raai Xiiata oeaat 



lu-structed by a client leaving fnr 
England, and other clienui. we will 
seU in our aaicarooms. 

731-732 Jahnaan Blreet 



K UILOtNO LOT — VIXW ROTAL. OON- 
u;ta sr Musnubsr. etata aua and 
pclca B«* BJlt. CoieoUl. 

timLoTiffF LOT oTia eT mr pront- 

13 aaa Htar irsnapsr'aiion OT1M 



T OT prm BAIN. lOeiO* PUT, MOUNT 
Tntmta diainat Mr SaUtrntia 1M1 
B 'l o si l it i aad Amnna Bssnirb 



FARMS WANTLD 



RT-w BL'llJUIIO LOT, IST 
AllanbF Daa* BatsOa, *•■*. BSI 



U AVB CASE POR UrvSt PROPERTl 
ntAr aanfiaat. araftrably wiUi frait 

iraat vltb sr vlihast sonata. Ra seatiiA 
plasaa Bs> #4##. Oalsnut 



W KI)>E,SI).\Y, 1 :3 

SELECT 



U 'ANTSO- PARM POR RSNT. IH SAAN- 
Ich, >1 aira* ar no.'t Bsa lllf. 

Caloolal. 



3AR BAY, REAR AVINUl It X 
at iM ■ nae. Bvsdsr. *a snar 
wa*kda*a 



crr~m X M Atao xLctPEnnw i 

J a baaaa PdrBsM dlatflil I ITU 



r\^ RAW BOLD A CONStDIRAatJI 
»» aamtar af bant tH** in »ba **«t 
TTY XWg* »*d •* baa# bST»r« *hn s!ih 
ia itart bwndiri NOW Ri*h O-iadrs. 
Lata fblV Manat Tslai:r Cadar Rtii ora- 
wrad Uat faur *rasa"f *'*b Mr Nirb* 
s1»on tsl Dap* Phan* B 31*1. dar of 
sLfM BaslaA PsaKr Ltd . llll Dao<laa 

Strvat 

Anita 4APPROX > WTTR OR WTTR- 
#ai flaa ar tla-rsasi hauaa. within ras- 
aanabla dit'anra sf ytcnrlB Mrntiss In- 
•alian and pn*a .In fin*, latter B«e *ldi. 



AHTXO TO BUT. POR CABn, UP TO 



4 CMB BAWMfLLB LTD b*rabf |trra 
antlca lhal ll haa. «nd*t Brrunn 1 sf 
Iba Mid Aal eapmiia* witb tsa Mii<ka«*r 
sf PsMit Warl* H Otus* asd u> tta 
om** at Vhs Dlaultt RriHtiar al tta 
Land Rafitirf Uiltdrl vt Viaisrls. a* 
Ytriaria triiMh Cotsmata * ent/t'aiios af 
Iba (iia ((.4 P4ar. sf **winii) s><«i p'lina 
prnpaaaft «w bt hmlt ana dftrt'i h> Hiomn-r 
i^-. XiavrMaU Il(tr,>-ur pritiai, i-n.uteni* 
spun Ih* land! Mme 'r'ns blab saut 
narl. d»a*ribad ■( fn^iwvt 
Cssiairnriitt at Mab salrr isark tn 
Pistnpar Bar gaqultnalt Karb—ir at 
th* Bkoai saaiartf eaini sf ihr IX 
Lasitor Csstsanf i Uaaaa 'imi-iainv 
bMat pari af Baatlss t1 
DutriPi. SC. Ibanrs B 34* »1 W a 
BMUnra af »4 BT l•aL ttan/a M **' ®« 
wr a dtMaSfW sf aMlT far', thm,* N 
II* LT W * dutanta sf i#tf1 J-rf. 
Ibanra S •*' IV t a dKtanrt ef tm OB 
fas4 In hiyh stiar aiert -n iba (slB 
PlsSlsrr Bar Ihmra aai'rrlv fnraw- 
1st hiah water stark la Ih* pdlnl ®f. 
(ssimanta rn api and sactslMac 3 B* 
afraa war# ar Mat 

And Ukt naitra that aftar (hr naptra'lan 
sf ana stanih frnsi lha da** el ih» tirat 
Arsia Bawnti:!* 



i e*atiiB)ait 3 isia far ITM tasae 



113. one. a-hndr'Mia bom* Mac htva 
nrdan and lart* tsl Oak Bar 
I pirtM trral thii a« ur(*M. Apnlf 



AX BAT WATER PROrr UFT. N» * lU. 
• hrttarad baasb. *• MB. latb at tarsu 



Rni ffOe. Calsnin 



]aR BAT urr IT* III. AMONG NffW 
bfl«n*« B 4T41. 



MY NOTRTNO DOWR OtT TOUR LOT 



ANTED -4 sr I.RfKFMED ROPBE IN 
R«a'>linan sr Osr*a. |l 100 down. 1*0 



Calasitl 



Sinnth R ia«* 



Electric Refrigerator 

Abo Includinf In port: Fine »lec- 
tlou of CMpela and Hall Runner* 
Buoh a#; Two almoet new Canadian 
San>uk Runner# 



K ArNlPfCE TWO ACRBS 3##0 BtCCV. 

Blankintss aarrltant sMI. tan* iraaa 
Pbsna AtMan 1#40 



4- ROOM BABEMENT BUH- 



ACREAGE FOR SALE 



rpwro BrnLOXNa lots. AtMonriNO. n 

1 ft t l#4 n. ts Tanraaatr. Owner 
wssM flka Is (SO. sr (rada far rar sr 
4asa sarsitnl sa bauta. If inWtaaiad 
wriu Bsa HM CalasKI 



O NB ACRS Titwr urr. Ill' a HE. tw 
nas rsttrialad ashdinaMs at baastlfsl 
Rsral Oak Cl*a# t* *h-i»Plnf rasiraand 
arhnal Onir » sMsats* fr®M Ml? PH«<. 
eaao phnnaQiiai 

LjAAiaCRTOB ORB ACRS uJbsR TWU 
^ tiratiM H atrawhartiat Bawnant 



CAER AND aw PER MOWTR 
r nr 4 sr O-rann b*m**law Mast 
aandlUss Bm OIM ^Isnlsl 



TEAMSTERS' JOIKT COUNCIL 



$1000 



FMrmrrw Hold Parley 

COimTENAY, Marrh 4 -Officer* 
elected a*l the annuxl meeitmt «f 
the Hornby Inland Farmer®* Inatl- 
tuts weft J Louict preftdent: C. 
Chearer and n Parnell. tVc- 
pfcildeni®; A Pirkerlng. aecrelary. 
and L. Haon. auditor 



14 E 111 . anuAh 
India and Axmlnater Carpeta. 
amall stxe Oak RoU-Top DcaK, 
OrgBD. ipDng-armed velour Chao- 
kerlleld, iwo-piaee Red-Chaaterfield 
Suite, other Chaetertleld Suit/:*. 
gfv>d upholelered Chairs and 
ConverlOB, new chrome Sloob, 
tsm Sewing Machlnea. atuactivt 
elihl-plece Dark Oak Dining-room 
Suite with rsd leather vpboUtered 
chain, eighl-piece Walnut Dining- 
^uom Suite, ili-plece Walnut Bcd- 
ivNun suite good Double and Single 
Bed*, complete; other bedftxwa lum- 
Iture, Dinette Teble* and Chair*. 
CoU, O-R Rotpotnt Blecuie Range, 
efumel CoaJ and Wood Range*. 
Chlnaware. Kitchenware, Mantel 
Radlni. late model Cotdxpot Electrte 
RefiicerBior; aO vhiu enamel 
Scatty CecUle Wa#her. enamel 
Bath, ehamei Laundry Tuba. Wa#h 
Baeln. Trunke etc. 



T RRES CKOiCt BUILOINO LOTS. SfZB 
41 till rm md asit wlihln Iwa- 
alia llNtii niT Ball sdet sf SsanUb: Ilta 
sarh Bet till. C«lssUl 



GOOD PROPERTIES 
PRICED RIGHT 
ARE URGENTLY NEEDED 

w* hkra Knsa #1* hsTtrt watith* 

*4(ntlal h<’iR*a fh #—4 AKNrlrU TbR N 
p«i h>(l as *d 4* e»i »»l^^t* 

for brllsr ria** Ks*»M rira®» 
yhon* M asd s® stfl krtat elirsia. 

apatfSrsnf r*4«1r«4 
a UpUed® ar Oa* Bap. Tbr*# sr 

badroAM •"* fvon 



The following companica have aijrned sereemerHa with 
(.oral Lninna of ll*e Internxhnnsl Hrolherh'XHi of 
Tcam«terii. etc . localed In Victoria 

GENERAL DAIRIES 

CARTAGE AND Northwestern 

FURNITURE Creamery, Ltd. 

MOVING Empire 7M7 

J. Hcaney i Ltd. 

Co-operative Asin. 

Central Cartage, Ltd.* Bggeon 3151 

E mpire 932J 

Mcllw.ine Brot, Palm Dairie,^ Limited 

TraiKfer G.,d«, MJJ 

Beacon 2186 Royal Dairy, Ltd. 

WHOLESALE Garden 22U 



tints 1 * 1 ' kr |)E 



T BBtt ACRSB PtR TRACT OP LAND 
riaarte.' gstd Mil. eniarsatartf ntw, 
fi**r Ih* hs®*b as W' liam R**1 Rssd 
i*r*lr*i bard larfarsd rose. bi*)i sad 
ssbiir Khssi a*®M n a#ai 



sirtillrallas at Ibl* haUaS 
lAd sill, esdrr Smiss 1 sf ow mM Art 
assir Is <bt M'niMtf at 9 .htir Wnrka at 
hU sTfia* In (hr nir sf <Vi*sa fsr 
assf®*®! sf ihr asM aUa an* slat- 
Data* ttia 3s4 4*r sf Mareh A C) tat* 

AC'Ma BAWanLLB LTD 



e TOAA-WO ACRg BMALLROLDTini. 
bJaiUU vnn b*«atthil ••* rltw I^nd 
• II «inr®4. Bted®n Msatl bam sUb 
ihraa t*«u as/ btlfrr satf rbltktw Bast® 
fasf-rtawad baneatas an#tr MortrwrOvn. 
(su« ts«U*ts4 strwi aad llrabis Mala 
rcaj Mw aarrim. clast Is alsrt. BtMtl as4 
rharsh VLA Inaulritt stisawt B«* 
14)4, MMrhoaln Rts4 RR 1 



QUICKIES 

Iv Ken Revneldf 



^■ROOM ROVBI WTTR WATWR. tJORT 
/ frt*ss*; • srrva rsitirattd tl stfltt 
frssi tswa; star wbssla as bat ItM 



WHAT OPPgRB* 

*) lOTW OR YERNON AVENUX. BABT 
X MSS* aaesra'sd Aps®** >• ••• ***' 
•i(M tnsibar. 1 **4 aaaJ bfek Bisasruiia 

fnr 4>taMB hr'-iw PB**t B i#*4 



• Oak Rar bsrtt af Arrstt Tbraa btf 

irr. si3,oo( 

■ Rrma and Itir-is# sr site# AAi 

IsmrrmL Us M 

a rwt i*e tit-enm* hssfair'W siad^ 
Tan Milt PniBt. Osb Bay arm nr O-edr 

$ 12,00 

AND OTRgftt 

rxtt Atk far IfT Bf-sB sr MV »H4a 



Y.’tlOfPr ACRBB WWLUBUILT NOHRE 
*4 fseC bam tt>B s«Hae bnUdlnfft R«a*h. 

•ttrtr Lstt Rts4 



.)/ A<TU9* «mi l-NOOMXn ROUft 
4- 2 Mt Pain'tr lUad ahB Naval AN 
Irrt *r<4 Ei^tilmaH L*4Vn*i 11 IB#. B 
Htwnar Mttthsals R*s4. RR t 

T 1/”ArWXR“l-R004rt6'Ti^^ AM. 
I /4 pin fmit ar4 fardrs Osir #1 #** 
mu BHe* half eaib A Reswstt. CtatraJ 
Btanleh R-td tm'tB sf ^B®ar 



WATgRPRORT P4RM 
ws-ACinr DA1RT ARP TTrOCTT PARM 
OQ Chair* Inrtttss s^ ts*- 

tst* Wntldiata tisnt wciMh tNieea. 13 
Milt* frsM eMY Btarl tftd ipsehtrtrv ras 

$26,500 

BWXFP TARM 

It# sefs* Ba-4e etosrad *r* fmead W*t- 

rstsi h— ir* Bt-tllSSI twps’r *f •"-▼**e. 
ntsnd *snnt wtlrf pr— or-le rSSttntnA# 
-tt- nrtst MafUta rltwt. #A t AAft 



Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd. 

-B u sS' te htd Ml#* 

<M»mb*r Rml BafaUI Re«®< VirvsrHI 
rRONBB tllU 4 



FUTORE'* 

■ '^EXPRESS HIGHWAY'* 
MAKES •' 

• CORDOVA BAY JUST 
' 10 MINUTES FROM CITY 

BTOP'I incut' TRINR « pen r*w 

hrww* ShUb arSB'l m Ul _ -g* 

vani sntwsy DOIQ RIJgiBCQlFMOlD 
WWY NOT BOltllF nrr WRAT TOft 
WANT n A BOURR W# ra» aeran*# vnsr 
Nalttnai Nnsslnt tiSSS. a mlahl# mn- 
lr«ri« asd a Ur«t 1*1 ryawntMr erg*4 



UNION MADE 
BREAD. CAKES 

Canadian Bakeries 



Atrogy^M 
Cliltf Bi^nrt*. 



BOAT BALK — 19 A-M. 
jjnitrurted by txffRn Mxyhew. K#q 



Prsrlncisl t>-B*e*ntsr»t sf PeW** WnrBa- 



P WU fT FARM 

4 areM (hasalAt* h**is fnthir nspra-Ttg 

Rsasbsrrtas. Mrasbtrrtt* Pwir-rssia kss- 
aaMs asd t-rtMSi -skin alwtra rmisd 

SCr;**" $6500 



ma BLAMiiRARo vr. 



Wf via een hU H-fool Inboard with 

WLwoMtn Alp-C«M«d -QOgloe (xp- 
proE. 4 h.p). TBrUble pitch reTfi#- 
Ible pmprtlef. new obp*. 



TMI CORPORATION OF THE 
CITY OF VICTORIA 
TINDIRS FOR SUPPLIES 



"WtAt did TTw ColocuBt Want Ad 
•ay Uiey were— bcRdA. er a fwlngy'' 



*THANK YOU VERY MUCH 
FOR SENDING ME A BUYER" 



G ardtn 4641 



oramuira oi«rri McOavin’x Riktrle., 

Laundry, Ltd. * ^ 

Garden 4161 , 

Sgrden 24Sf 

New Method 

Laundriei Ltd. Wcaton Bakeries Ltd. 

O xrden S166 Beacon 2116 

SAFETY first; 

A rwmifider lor our memberw Accident* refWcl on ws|M. 
Give the amateur driver ill the breakt — ToO ire a 
profeaaional. 

TEAMSTER COUNCIL OFFICES 
l06-52f Baatty 6t. Vaiicowver PAeifle 6646 - 4740 



K RALan ftsBtrt wi'l h* r*ta*«*d by Ihr 
a^trtlffsH «e Birtll sssai as Usndtr 
Mtrriill fa## far tssMl U H lb# f*R— '"r 
»s Ui* Ctiy sf twisna fsr Uit r-si.‘- v 
sf tbit rvsr ssB ssUI MS sssMkt.i art 
M4 Is INI: 

ats4 arafM. Rstt bs4 Onjtl Pnf 
Ositst M>R Fltb. 

Ciasl wrtt4 

»lMflnlliri at>4 fMihsr stribpiaft 
sMf W #**als*<l ft-st 



Thtfi tbs bapyy / .FTJl! 

Bunw sf asK ilitBU whs htd 

Kft-ne* wtih HI fsr »*w H tsSao- 

*bsi slift • fmAd fw*w.g WT»-*i wr 
bHVtet *M«h* aad Ih* swnar tarts nra, 
drsdt sf ibtUar* PrssI tl tRtts *sv* *'» 
sr at* 1» SM aftirs. TH ms hare th« 
stn-t its, ss T-»* yeaeffw “VL." 
kb- *t«lrt -fsM esll * #41# SAg s« « glti 



Large Basement Sale 



ACHES 



a • • 

Jtmea Aulocyde 

AIm : Sbowcaoe, number of Round srtd* §mi gswsM itassi • As lyMim. Dm* 

TbW*«..iglKttoB of RWful P wniw gw ksde^ bmh*e, Af nr sm*. «»- 

•nrh ae ChrntemrM 9nnpe, T»Me« 

aad Chain, e<c. To^ ZLg # *s^ * ws 

Irwti Mowvni. iRfh. OnrWA . ^ luie . Tm > I ^ sJ . asssW mIs . si batri firw 

VegrttblBR SbnibB. ne. I^VKiJim 



*'SEAVIEW HEIGHTS'* 
(NEW SCENIC SUBURB) 

WRb a* sMSTBSMte s*bsr— M sT 
EMsst Rakvr. tbs Birtji# aM .wM* 
GrtM ts Catesva Bm ^ tt® 
Bs^tsb Rssg *■ ClartWSw* hipM 

ss rUR4 Stt* R®ya* DH-. Rt su tsbtr tt* 
p*«s -REAYTEW REIORtW- s Slt«B-4 
tr-d e»«iftriH r-#M*nt*ai i w einMts If 
■ssfs ii>*sr-«its tsfl *4 



FARM BARGAINS 



$6700 



by tht Bssr Thrwt sre-t r'/-— d as4 

Mil ssa*«e- wetR mss M — '*stt 

fkv— r y-H-t BaM Ostab ••>* t^VrSi 

TALL MR MArW 



THE CANADA HOME 
AND PROPERTY 
DISPLAY SALES 



FRASER BISCOE'S 

eae mrRTWffr rr i 



COL WOOD REALTY 

.M, ■— in . • 1 



Dodd'S KkirMY Pills 



t 




Wenlorn Exjtrrts Inquire Into Sources of Vitnl, SlralPflic Metal 



Victoria, E.C., So«-. Warck 5, 



12 €aila CColaniflt 



Predicts Weather (Iveles From Trees 



CALL CAMEL RUG AND 
CHESTERFIELD CLEANERS 
FOR A FINS JOB 
Claaninc Don* on Your 



Ml wrr« oroploycd tn 1MB. 
Ocpoatu abo ri(bt atr Stnai^ha 



Th» tint, an unknown qoantujr, 
Imported trom world maxkew, 
ince the war Ruwta haa recrtred 
n tin directly ’trom Woatern coun- 



»hor!«e. Ruaaia need* more and 
njt»?a tin U*r lu hue® indurtrtal ex- 
ponalon program. 

Tin also U Important to the aithl-' 
tecU of the cold war. A atrateflc 
*tx-JcpUe la aa urgent to RuiaU aa 
lo Britain and the United fitatea. 

M.ARKKTH CVT Ol-F 
But Ruaala may not find the 



LONDON, MareJ; * <A*>— Hi»w 
irnirh itW^^ia* Ruwda got for her 
Tltal tndustrtal needa In war or 
peace? 

No WeatemcT knows for aure. *nie 
anawer la a cloaely-fuardrd secret 
'moat Soviet Industriai auuiUa. 

Moat Weatem ezperU beUeve. 
however, there U a fairly praaalng 



and o'ther paru of the Soviet Far 
East, some ot considerable erooumlc 
They are reported to 



Impnrtartce. 



Pretnnte or ta Our FUni 



be complnT 6f^ eootalHind tin. 
lead. Bine and ailier. 



Experts agree, however, that tome 
„etat_perhapa a considerable 
amount- has found lu way to 
Russia fmm the outside wortd.eather 
by smuffltirr. hy lllefal ra-ecjxirt 
saleUlic 



conquest 



from Eastern Burcn>ean 
countries, or from RussUn agents', 
who K^ed Oennsny and other oc- ' 
cupled countries tnr scrap metal- 
stocks after the war. ! 

However big aueh Imports rosy b^.\ 
the experts say. they are an unsatis- i 
factory expedient and most unlikely j 
to satisfy the .continually growing 
Soviet needs. 

DOMESTIC OVTPl'T 1 

j The aecood eource of supply Is dn- 
I mesUc outpuL | 

I Before the war it was fenerally' 

cent of 



Belgian Peof 
On Return o 



pold III should reeume use of hb 
constltuUonal powers?** 

But the vote w(«'t decide the 
qtnetlon. It will be up to the 48- 
year-old King and Parllamem to de- 
cide what to do. DO matter how the 
vote turns out. 

The King alone has the power to 
abdicate. Parliament alone can de- 
cide to ask him to return to the 
Throne. Without a ParlUroent vote 
, he can't return. 

I On July 10. 1045. Parlument passed 
' a law saying the King can t return 
i until It decldea In debate that -the 
impuAsibUUy to reign has ended-** 
I Thus pHrUanieiit can keep the wel- 
mat rolled up by fiilojlr.? a 



BRU88ELB. March 5 14>>. ~ The i 
Belgian people will be asked a , 
1360,000 queatlon, March 13. How do i 
you feel about the -return of King 
Leopold in ? 

That's what it's going to coat the 
taxpayers for the advisory refer- 
endum on an Issue that hes iM'- n 
giving the Belg.wt.* a headache fur 
a long time. 

In smaU polling booths throughout 
the country next Sunday men and 
women over 21 years of age will be 
handed a white rectangle nf paper 
I with thme words; 

"Are you of Uve opinion King Leo- 



Kreml is one of the best hair prvpafati'sie to 
iwatiy gnMfm thinning hair or *(njw liwka 
Kirmly dmn't Wmi the least bit grwy, 
sttrky or goiwy No scummy, dirVcatcliinc 
blm shows throogh on the scalp, kreml 
alwsva keeps hair ^ scalp lonkm* and {rwL 
ingto flean sad to vket iwrnwtsvf 
Krrml removes dandruS Sakra imnre notify 
atile- aith sfianv hair); it lubni^Ue a drv 
sralp. rving It a drIigbUul Uogle Buy 
krrml tolay 



believed about 65 
Soviet tin. probably only a few hun- 1 
deed tons a year, came from ore de- , 
poalu in *rraAsbalkaUa. la Par Ea.n- I 
em Siberia, same 13 mllea from the ! 
Mongolian border. Other drQ<i«ils, 
were known to be worked nenrhy. 

Newer mines now are believed lo be 
under rapid development In frosen 
Northeast Siberia neat Verkhoyansk, 
where there were raports that 6.000 



Britons Hit 



KOtSWIl 

^ , when you nourish 
h of your dog widt Oainei! 



LONDON. March 4 A mil- 

lion BrlUms waiting for new auto- 
mobiles learned todav they have 
little hope of getlUut them. 

The Society of Motor Manufac- 
and Traders said continued 



T no Disappear 
In Bucharest 



come 

debate and vole on the 1045 1>W7 — 
There's no rule or law whlrb can 
prevent Leopuld from abdicating. - 
That's what his opponents have been j 
Bsktnc him to do for a long time. . 
and many Belgians think he 11 finally 
get around to doing Just that. 

RESri.T or WAR 
, The trouble dates back to May. 
1040. The Kings ministers wanted 
Leopold to go Into exile with them 
and gpi\unue the war agsliut the 
. oermans. But Leopold decided the 
I Western AlUea duin't have a chance 
and he decided to sUy with his 
which he surrendered to the 
Oenwis unconditionally May 3E. 

I T^e “Rnyai question'* might have 
been solved by mutual good alU. But 
Leopold’s actions during the war 
I and the Communists' actions ex- 
ploiting the situation made any 
I hope of an eMy settlement out of 
U.K. FAMILY AI.LOWANCE ' 

A bill to provide family allowances _ _ . . . ^ — , , . 

In Oreat RnUln was paned by j 
Parliament tn 1045. 1 1 i 



jurem - - 

emphasis on exporiA meant “in fact 
the quota for the home market in 
1950 has been drastically reduced." 

Britain's laigest automobile ex- 
port firm, Austin*, today dUpatched 
Its 250.001sl car to North America 
and lu 350.000th to Australia. 



Loiig-raiige weather forecksUng Is done oy ur ^nur^w - 
DouRlaa, University nf Arlaona Uce expert. bJ 
cylinder frotn living trees and siudylng their rings. Harsh 
Winters or dry Summers leave their record. “f* 

having determined local cycle. Dr. Douglas predict future 

weather 



LONDON. March 4 <Reutor»>.— j 
The librarian of the British In- 
formation Bervlce In Biicharest. Mrs. ' 
ConsUntln. and her buibknd “(Us- { 
appeared" some time last night, the ; 
Foreign Office said today. ' 

Her husbantf, it was undersU<od. 
had no connection with the British 
Diplomatic Mission in Bucharest- 
Mr. and Mr^, Constantin are Ro- 
manian aubjects. 

Earlier this week the Roma nian 
Government aaked Britain to cT37 
■ down her tnf"HV*stton service ?» 
wlU be second pruea of |8 400, third Bucharest. The Foreign Office 
prise* of 13,000 and fourth announced last night 

of 11,400, that the Brlilsh Government would 

Cup and trophies worth another 
12000 wtU also be given to «»* 
winners. 

*nie route 
the same tc 



BODY 

AND FENDER 
Repairs 



Wonderful nouriohment 



^ hat fun your dog can be!— when you gi»e him 
ei'cry Ivpc of nourishment he nerds. Feed Gaines t 
— the balanced diet. Gaines is kcnnel-lcstcd dog 
meal — biologically proved lo he n«iriiiono//y 
eomplrt*. Slaii feeding Gaines today! 



Welding 



Broad St. Storage 
Garage, Ltd. 

Bed, end gaps'' Dap?-» 

ONUS. I 37 II 



l/!>NDnN. March 4 *Be«ler*‘.— 
frima of the worlds fastest Jet 
planes aiyl newest slrlinen will race 
14,000 ml^ aemsa the world from 
Britoin to New Zealand tn 1053— 
the longevl international air contest 
ever planned. 

Experts are already predicting 
that they srtll do the trip In less 
than 30 hours flying tune— com- 
pared with the preaent record of 
juat under 60 hoars set up by the 
Royal Air Fores Lancaster “Arlea” 
on an England-WcUlngton flight 
In 1046. I 

Wmi EXHIBITION 

The rare U being organised with 
the backing of the New Zealand 
Oovernment to colnclds with an 
tntomatlonal exhibition at ChrtaV- 
ehurch. New Zealand, between 
October. 1063 and AprU. 1054. 

Speed and handicap aecUnna are 
being provided to suit most types 
of aircraft and entries have already 
been prumlsed by Briilah firms and 
alrllnM. 

Other eountrlss have sh"wn Im- 
mediate interest In the Idea and 
Royal Dutch Airlines, which took 
a prominent part In the Brttain- 
Auatralla air race of 1034 marking 
the centenary of Melbourne, art 
airpected to compe'e again In 1063. 



iACH POUND 
CONTAINS 



for etreeglb prafNaj si la 
IVk Ibt. berf 



gCOTTISH rSIY'ERRITIEg 
Scotland haa four unlvenltln. St 
Andrews, Glasgow. Aberdeen and 
Edinburgh, all founded between 1411 
and 1563. 



Now Open For Business 



f«*t Miers« -rmrhnhrdf9t0t so 
is 1 qls- rnoked l•■tMeal 



With our efficient and thorough Dry Clean- 
ing. Pressing and Repairing service. 

At the first sign of a apot or wrinkle, bring 
your clothes to ut . . . and we'll return 
them to vou in a short— short rfme in apple- 



WE8T KINOSDOWN, Kent. Eng- 
land <CP>— West Klngsdown British 
Legion tmen's branch) haa ex- 
cluded TO unpaid members of a toUl 
membership of 120. 



^ (or sppesranr* — /stJ so in 
\ 1 sa baUer. 



Loss 01 bases 
lieaves Tail 
Behind Earth 



Um. rheeos 



GAINES COSTS 
YOU LESS 

Gnioes l» ALL FOOD. Canned dog 
leodi eonlsln up Is 70% uioiolBre. 
Yhy boy wsler? Ray noariohmenll 
Ray GsIom! Yilb Gstoes, you add tbs 
wsisr. RikibIi I ■ S lb. bag of Gaine* 
Meal oiakea 10 lo 12 Iba of ready4n.eal 
food. 



for viiaUiy - vom a« la D> 
beef liver 

P|pnt* of ibe MF AT MF.A1 



CASH and CARRY 



Arr rov »mbsrr**aed and tn«mT»nirfifed 
Sr ' frMueol K:<lneT Arllon durirr th. 
«.r or nl,M» Th»a .rmpOom •• "il •• 
ORiarlinf eMOagr.. BwXarhe. Lef 
LsM of ioerer. niis'oks**; Fs**» 
artieo Mr to duo to Kidney and Bladder 
SrouMu. Ttotery ftrrt doa. of .tto jc*en> 
UAfaUr eoaoHnisoed okedlelne esDrd Cyitn 
sawaUr fOM t« work nat)l no* tolpt^ ns- 
tor. odlmlnaU imUUn» orre* sne 

vMtra «bleb asr rsuae yotir ireaMo. Trtol 
OHtt: TO prova what ewtow may do to hrlna 
M« help from lha patna and dulrMa of Kid- 
oey and Bladder tnwUea. gel CytOsa ff»« 
your draatut and ei*« t» a fair trial. .DnleaB 
tatufled. yos to* ymir mooey toe* « to- 
tara of Mapoy poexa,. Be don i auXor aa- 
oUwr day vllbMt trylbg CyWva. 



For variety, give vour d' 
GAINM RHI Nt.HoN wbieh 
Galnea Meal roapreaaed In 
tsety bbe-otied pellelt. 



LONDON. March 4 lA^. — Soviet 
astronomers reported today the 
earth ha* a gawous tall 62.000 to 
76.000 miles long— like a comet. 

The tall stand* out from the aide 
of the globe opposite the aun. said 
Vaalll Feaenkov. a member of the 
RujKlan Academy of Bclcncea He 
declared It was formed “aa a result 
of the lorn of gaw* In the higher 
lavert of the earth's atmosphere." 

The official news agency Taaa 
md Feeenkov reported hla findings 
at a meeting of the academy's 
phyalo-matheinatlcal section In 
Moscow. 

Pesenkov said the existence of 
this "hrlght patch of eountor- 
nuHance" on the dark side of the 
e^h haa long been known to 



ARGYLE CLEANERS 



nwrishes every 



inch of your doq 



1717 QUADRA 



Seif-Starting 
The Day 



Oh, Life la full of ops * downa 
It'e foolish to be leerful. so chase 
ewsy the uieiess frown*. U might 
ea well be cheerful. Put all ihe 
aeni»1e*s cares to flight, let wor- 
ries die aborning, the sun goes 
down A out each nite, but risee in 
the morning. Just now U face the 
monthly billa A don’t know how 
to pay *em. but why get blue 
eround the gills, A In the mood 
(or mayhem? Cheer up. A thing* 
will B aloie. your *mile« R more 
adoming.^.Jld Sol hmivelf •• sunk 



SomfuApTY fri Oinoffa, o tt'nv of (ftMtitr 
clingt tighdy to the eom/ortiiig arms of a Ftd 
Crou uprker . . . In a Bed Crou Outpott Hotpitat 
in tht wildemat, a <U$perately Injured trapper 
is fighting far life -../no modof room in a grttA 
city, the wife of a Aogpitoiinrf inor veteran prayn 
far the ;oyouj momgnX when $he*U $ee Aim o^tn 
in the hornlike Red Cram Veterane' Lodge. 

They art depending on ^jou to Aeor the call of 
f ll the Canadian Red Croee . . . and 

answer generously, from your heart, 
$5,000,000 is needed this year to 
gage die pain, to tif^Uen the torrocr, 
■fc Am/ lAe tflg ond iwundf of the lets fortunate. 

— your gift is needed to extend the life 
Blood Trantfueion Service acroes (A. 
Outpoet Hospitale ... to mpport tfu 
(p iAe activities of the 

Red Croee SuHmming and Water Safety A 

Programmes, of (A# Firef Aid, Homg- 
maker and Nursing Serviem, of Women's 
WotA AefUJifiee, ond 
nwty other Red Crvet services, 
i You have a pari to play in 

W flW uwpA of the Red Ones . s4 

eeJy^ can play ft. Giw from your 
heart . : . gws aU you eon/ 



MALDON. Devonahlre. England 
cr - Nobody at Rnundbouae Hotel 
ran have a drink for a month— be- 
cause proprtef*>r V. 8. Clarence mis- 
took the local by-law and posted 
hla nolle# of application for a 
livnior licence on the wrong church 
door. 



SunruB and Sttnsrl 

uAxm 

Tima «f Mnnaa kw4 Nnaat 

at*RS«rd 'noivi. «i Vl(t0r1*. BC. 
wivtun af Match. I*M 



(Miurica "Barley" a Bruce) 
Furniture Warehouse 
la Behind the New Post Office 
Site 

The moat beautiful Chesterfields In 
Vktorla past hi A OUT of our 
doora SO different models now on 
display . . . YOURS is here. Tail- 
ored (informal) lerma. end FRKE 
delivery . . . anywhere. 



lletl OIDra RftSbtt. 



VUlwOa M 



s/MPLygmy 

to rtlioK ‘PERIODIC 



LYDIA E. PINKHAirS Vagatabla CoMpoand 








r^MOMVUUmP 

voumB 

9J0i TM4T ttCM 
1 A KILLCM I ..>' 



1 MOPt All »«LP 

WM THAT STOP*’ AMO 
PlOVAT - NOW TV«VU 

ivcaliZC an 

INPC<ywrr OTIZOi 



TV*fcT ^.A-i A r»« 
riCHV A4 T>«i A«' 

CAM I n* • « JL: 'C- 

aao a good 

Picrv« OF XJU* 



HI <’K HOfiKRS, by Bob Barlon aii<l Murpby Amler^ion 
I NOW. wPiOMT“^lBBrT"vrT 571 I wajOKT. TW« jn#^e ypj^L 



ITI. AHNKK, by Al Tapp 



EPf^r voyo dONPE«soM 

> coLOMt^Tg eV vieK?- 

.awa. amv «aftv vovta 

AND YpOT-L GCT A J«XT 

> OiglNTBOa^MO fiAvS. 



Slanim 



BLO.NDIE, by Chic Young 



r-MMca^ 



ZK)NALD DUCK, by Walt Dl*n<-T 



Z COMMAND 



WHAUCHA LDOAM 
U«ce A 0dJ&t 



MA«.VtAH.nmTOM 



A>« >«CW\TECT -nEU.« 
AAe V/C VAU- all LWt 
IKI OLA<SS VAOUSe? 



TO TMIS MOUSlMCl 
V^Oe>L6fA, 
COLOKiei. P 



MI TT AM) JKFF, by Buil Fisher 



GKVNDMA, bv Cbarlca Kubn 



V«LL » TmCN 



IT'S OONNA U A can O'SOO^ 



pooa uTTtc fiLLca 



HOWW ABOUT \ L.AOV.' 



OlMME A NICK. 



lOl^ARTEO ME AOAIN 



SETCmA Mrs MUNG3V 



JUICV STEAK, 
-j BUTCH !f- 



TWttf USTf A SOT TO OCT 
S is 0' NOBOPV f THIS* COCKS 
AMO^/ J 0A» «0O/ 

^ • I T«.iO to ao 



>JirXfA. A#tJM . V.' 

^ 5'A<# CA«r»vA ^ Tne 

fCLff s-*AMtvr cpcxr A4^»vr. 



Aheap ' •'-e? 
A AkE O' «::> 

M TH' to*c/ 



BOV' T>4I5 h 

IS A Bueoeo ” 

CBOtSwORO' WHATS 
A *G^4AVV1N0 eeAtT^ rVSO 

ROOENT* ^ — V 

STARTlIsKi I f B* 60 li f 
WITH ff f ' 



LOOM <hA«9 « 
AA»EU>W 



I’ENNV, by Harry Hariiig“cn 



> IKGIU bv Irn Klei* 



THING fuse 



a:OEI0Lt WOOOM 
CVT^ONA«V 
WMAT^S F«TT pOrJI 



BAKN AHY, by Jack Moricy 









IUiISmI; 






UuMWSSfi 



































I 



> 







Dyed Navy or Black 



By Guaranteed 

TRU-COIOR PROCESS 



Vktarift, I.C^ So.. kUreli S, 1950 (Euiatlift 



amen s 



(,oods on Maiden Vovaj^t 



Marine Apir.< 



of UTfluf ot th« c«'Oim<m coM, liie ttrufi nr» *t 

the prftcot r«UlcUon on the Mle prt rr,i acid only on doctnr*‘ prr* 
of anti'huumlnte drugs «Ul b« 
debstM rlostnf a <*afc m a of U)« 

•omi-Mumot mteOng uf tU* oxeou- 
Uxr council of the BC. Phornui> 
crutlcal AasocUllun here eorly 



Originelly de^rioped far um l* 
trroUnent of elleruin oeU>hUU« 
mtnlca hafe "a drflti'.le place to tha 
treatment of coirts,* arrfmJtn* to 
the dct>a. 



pleted a lf>week QuaUfylng coum 
for the rate of Petty Offtcer I c 
atoker Mechanic at the mechank*al 
training establialmieDt In H M.CB. 
Bladacona. Halifax. Tliey are 
Alien B. Whltuker and Wlllfam A. 
Uopklna. 

*rf»elr InslJtictlon ttarted laxt Oc- 
tober and Included engineering, 
phjrslai, maUieniattca. brickwork. 
ntUng and Internal cocnbuitlon en- 



^«-trayer n Athabaxkan 

now etalloned at KsquimaU. 



are required ot the studenta before 
acceptance fur- such courseaT 
A. There are no preecDbed educa- 
tional siacdardx for enrolment In 
luch cjursea 



By RAT WORMAI.D 



acripUona. ^ 

Ttie dnigi were put on-U'e BrUtah 
Columbia prescription list a year 
ago at the rerommendQUi-n of the 
fl^uinnacUta tAcoiaalves, explalitcd 
aeaoeiaUoh manager T. H ruUerton 
ijf Vancouver. 

RKLA.XEB CLht.lt HLRC 
Btnce then, though, raavictliM on 
aale of U>e drugs alacwhere In 
Canada have been relaxed, uniil 
DOW only BnUaU. Columbia ami 
Newfuundland prohibit their tale 
I unleM on prvssrnption. according to 
LiSi. PuUerton. 

I AaaUtlng the phannacUU tn 
; weighing the matter will be the 
' preaentatlon Monday or Tueaday of 
an eahauaflve eummary nr recrr< 
literatura on Ute subject by Dean mil a n^<!ui:nn 
I E. U Woods of Uie fscuJiy of pher- rommendaiion t 
maoy at UnlversUy of British Co- , Ooveruor In eour 
lumbla. lo tr.e Provlneli 



Matters pertaining to correspon- 
drfKe couraea for veterans of 
CehadaX wartime merchant navy 
attracted the Interest of MaJ.-Ogn. 
O. R Pearkes, V C . M P , last week, 
and be submitted the following 
^UesHoTtt-and received the foi:> *■ 
ln| answers -In U>e House of Com- 
mons. 

LIhT OP AVBJKTS 

Q Are corTffpondefwe couraea 
available to veterans of Canada's 
KarUfre merclignt nav7? 

A. Vet, provided that the former 
Oicrchaiit semnau U tesld<*nt in 
Canada and received, or wm eligible 
lo rerelve, a bonus under the Mer- 
rhant Seaman Bpaclal Bonus Order, 
nr the Merchant Seaman War Berv- 
tcc Bonus Order, 1IM4 

Q. tn whit subjects axe such 
I curses given? 

A. Courses are available in each 
Vif iLe T4 (.ublecU forxaerly provided 
by the CanadiBS Legion Kdccatlonal 
Hetyioe inrhidlng eirmentary course* 
<n reading, wnilng and aprUlng, 
complete cvarraea in Junior and 
senior mstriisilaUon. rofitmertlal 
rounas in br^kkeeplng and ahort- 
barvd. and technical and vucaUotuU 
roumr* In siKh subjec'j a* agricul- 
ture, gardening, automotive and 
Oleeel engines, eteclrlrlty and Sheet 
matal work. 

Q What oducatlonal standardg 



GINNERY PRACTIfg 

Tl>e Department of National De- 
fence yevletday announced Uial 
heavy anu-aircraft gmuvery prac- 
tice will be carried out from Albert 
Vtead be*>»een 10 am. and noun, and 
between 1:30 and 4:30 on March 9. 
lOi 15 and 17 

Practice will be conducted sea- 
ward In an arc between Oreat Race 
Rf k on the ngm and Brolchlc 
Ledge on the left. The danger 
radius wiU be 23,000 yards. 



Tl.vwever, th?-J are po’. a •'rura,* 
yxvpr.^^ *' continaed. 

Rl 1.11 \ i; RTMTOMS 
“Tliey often provide relief of 
-vmptoms, • .‘ii a* running m*# 
and so on. but thrv dont attack 
IJ-.e actual : Id vlru.«. 

Tlif-re IS al j ■ jdlererwa of 
opiMoii'’ rr- - -i::ig unfavorable re- 
sell. irw ftum the drugs, 

he sn!.; ‘i.e c.-rnmoneit unfavorable 



Mr. nCNDOVER BAILS 

Laden with several thousand tons 
uf Canadian produce, the ultra 
inedern cargo liner Wendover is now 
on her wsy from Saint John. NB. 
on hsr ip-vlden voyage to Antwerp, 
Rntierdam. Aoislerdam end Ham- 
burg. 

8teter>«htp of the ASv. Wanstead 
^whlch made her maiden voyage 
to Montreal last ■ November -the 
Wendover, of g,5M deadweight tons, 
arrived at 6t. John ou her muldrn 
we.vi-bound Journey February M. 

Weridf.ver. and Trer sUter-shUiw— 
owned by WatU. W’atU Une— will 
ply between continental and Eastern 
Canadian p(>rts. 

EXCELLENT QUARTFRA 

Ttia ntv ship, ccmunanded by 
Capt. W. Donald, embodies crew 
quarters of the most advanced -li'pe. 
and were designed by a promtnrnc 
BrttUh architect. The quarters pra- 
vlde ..each seaman with h!s own 
Flnglt-berth cabliu complete with 
chr.' i of drawers arid rradJUigJlgiii 

A feature uf the ships de-ign lie* 
In the fact ipe ran be worked In 
hesvi* weather wtUicut the necee*Uy 
of erev members going on deck. 

A third ship- Mv. Woodford— «f 
like design and tonnage, wlU Join 
tha Wendover and Wamtead later 



Widely publicised as “curaa’ for 



Oulfielder ()uils 
To Spread (hispel 

PASADENA. Calif. March 4 <R46i 
—Outfielder O rover Bowers gave up 
a major league baseball career with 
the Chicago Wlilte Box today so he 
could remain In Gadsden, Ala., to 
spread the Gospel. 

Bowers told Oenersl Manager 
Frank Lane that he would quit 



TO RELOCATE BIOT 
Mariners are advised that Purller 
Pau bell buoy at the eas tern en- 
trance to pnrller Pa» ts reported 
out of position and preMnUjr within 
about 300 yards of Canoe Island. 
Th'.- will be relocated as soon os pos- 
sible, reports Tom MorrUon. local 
agent for the Elepartment of Trans- 



Inee*. 



III RRING I ATCn HROPB | 

Fur lliw first lime this season, . 
the Brt:u.h Ccdumbla herring catch | 
show* a slight dfcrenee over Ihej 
correspotidlng period of last year. 

To date, reporta the Chief Super- 
Tlaor of FUherlea. the herring land- 
ings total 182J80 tons. At the same 
time last year Uie catch was 1S8.- 
7A0 tons. 

Tha figure Includes commeretal 
fuuuig dLvtncU N'~ 3 and S, and 
Utter Including- the lower east, 
middle eaxt, upper eavt and west 
coast ar*aa of Vancouver bland. 

Production of the catch to dab 
7.i,Rd2 . ... -a of canned her- 
rme. 8.?^ i.4A4 gallon* of . and 
30.<hs lotu of meal. More than 3.2S4 
tons h*'* been dry sailed 



jMseball yathcr than .leave Gadsden. 



LRi'T-ocTta ■- i. a. Bian 



Lane then gave the former Memphis 
sensaUon hU nncondltlonat release. 
Bowers vrlU play with Gadsden In 
the Southruitrm League 



TWO MEN ESCAPE 

An..taplalon toased two Seattle 
men ovreboard from the flaldng 
boat Hyda tn Admiralty Inlet early 
yesterdny. Both were rescued. 

ilia brfSt burst Into fUme* 
was deacrlbed later as almost a 
total loM 

The men on the M-fnoi R>da were 
Rlrhtrd Bower. ?2, the owner, and 
Omar 'Vorum. 3 > 

Tliey saved thcmselrea by climb- 
ing Into a trailing lifeboat and cut 
tSnji It loose. Tha ferry Kkckaiat 
plckad them up half an hour bter. 



this year, probably tn May or June 
Cunard-D(>nald5f<n lAd. ara Cana- 
dian agents for U>e Ihret ships. 



Woodward’s Seeds 



ilSltORS TO ONTARIO 
Outing MHit nearly 1.130,000 bor- 
drr permits were Issued U> United 
Statas motnrlsta cnUriag Outariu. 



API'OISTMI TO <ySTRE 
Appblnirmiit cf Ltcul-Cmdr. 'P' 
H. J. n. Bird, nCN. of Kingston. 
Ont.. to the Canadian Joint Air 
Trsining Centre at Rirm, Man , a* 
natal Uaiaon nffln-r and depu’v 
••nief inatmclor of liie oiTcnirtve sup* 
P’lrt :elU"j1, has been ann''tmced by 
.Naval neadqusrferv. 

He will succeed Lieut. 'P' Oeorge 
L. OUsnn. R C N-. of Regina, who baa 
been app<>lnted to tha “Tribal** class 



LEADING SEEDSMEN 
IN VICTORIA FOi! 

S7 YEAK.S 



GOVIMNMiNT-TISTIO VIGITAILI HID) 

PreSh. Crt»» V»t»l•^. i el riot « 

ttnm rear terdea WMU-remeiM ri»«,i 

UT»uru»t v-fMer:* er«,‘« 



FERRY SERVICE 



COMPLETE COIRSE 
Two Victoria men art Included in 
an R.OJ4. elaas which recently com- 



EFFECTIVI OCTOBER 3rd 

Meadty. T**»dwv, THvrsdey, 
StlNtdey ead Stedty 
V Lv tverVB 

Ftlfert Wer 

S I* •m. t II eja. 

4 as »a. s.se ea. 

He Service ea WtJaeadey 



BEETS 

GREEN -J>EAS 
ONION! 
LETTUCE 



CARROTS 

CABBAGE 

CAUITFLOWER 

RADISH 



PDPTIJkB BRERD 

lha Shonbani br eed of caUla Is 
lbs toast common beef animal In 
the Biitlih lilee. 



Racing Results^, Entries 

At Sonto Anita 



DtSlOalae .. Vie 

L«e«nd»ire .... lie Mugwrev Dn 

Prid* H Pride It* murty 

Seanai OIrl lOO turn* Otri « 
Lady *riM i*r 

sizm aara -ail rwriMii 
Pruk . . !*• Oervw e 

Ps-I >M Wrlekl angle 



rwian aaca— 
l.rsB Cbenre iBoaei . 
Sa(i»|4 

aenrc'i 'am f t <» 4>i 

vofaTR aara— 

Jnfftne 

e-mev <Ceinee«t> 
lnit»uer 

K:.-et n< iwndr. 

d* : i Tiall .T Tfe - ■ » 

fit Til B«< r 

eifc-h- • c 1.' :• a<n*' 



fridev Serrica Oalv 



rvika <i 

IIS arni aio<.( 



Deincir Hrvis 



tret'i Sire iI.«4«*eU> 
eeneoii <e»er»rP' 

Bi>>>rr>‘a >Ue<<i.*vci 
a<-re« h*d R'.'kMUB*. 
eirnaD aarv^ 
Sttrunc TUnt •l•MW*lll 
aeiVefrimea <Pe>?Mfu. 
Ovnertl K tUcUrxwii 

vinan aaca— 

Voter awesr <l^id*n> 
ru^-ehi'r lahnemekrri 
Wer aiere 'nilMoal 
'Heul hrat 
vortTw aara- 
'TWre* Rir«>a Ueocdm) 
r&erlW Saad iCterteM 
Pail Plait 'W'laed' 

piPTw aaca— 

aeaecal iftlerti i 

TV>a Olka tikr'arei 
airaldhtmaa iWitUndi 
•ixTfi aaca— 
li«cmara«>| S';? iTreak) 
XeerkdAen (Lai*«*0< 
Tat»a anv <Lnn(d*r<> 
arfatrhM eil<# a 

eavrvnt aacT— 

a^nr ilainfdeni 
< Hettaa iflr.-ikai 
ktsMipn rOMa*r«> 

ptnnTii sat e 
acaaie <a>al 'Paiaraoe) 
Ike iShcwfiieier I 
Heedia nara tVuUt*' 



YOU’LL LIKE THE 

Double-Deck 

Stratocruiser 



Flowere 



eivxNTB n«rr - Mu* end a niteenth- 
to-a-k SbiD IPI tlngl . . nt 

*SuBSt';'? ti4 ailrut ItT 

'ir.a III teuUiare 1t| 

m Kamila Lad Ul 

tia 'Kntrr 

in ist-.fr 

»** Itiiujr 

aS( B Mila end a c>tU«o<l<' 
. Ill Ladf aaledim .. loe 

III CMU»n B««l nt 

ni Idle Rare 113 

ee Rl Hi*|hh«T 

> ni T«iB Cvnio let 



Gulf Islands Ferry 

ro trn. 
fhona a nn 



Ni 1 

Rid Drilcn 



PORT STREET— Between Gov’t end Broad 



Btafi-'d WV’-r- par a-'» 

evTtMH sat r - 

SM ra-rie iU"iiceni rtaoi«Mtiee 
ei>ii Ihaf'ki l('nnj>aal) tit lid 

Ll<t,a Plnvir illarti * *1 

a r. j a*kk-r Pielhaalu. Palma- 
re -! Orand I*'* Jono* Jr>f. 

IIMITH BkCT— 

M'ji'ifi t'la<*a (Scerlork’ 11*6 <6 IJ 

SLaiia T.iiUai> (Lkegilt * i «■ I 4" 
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wi.vth' a u P— 

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PiarUaa Krn iBorrsrn J t» I «" 

r<M&i>«a|ia ■■iraarti S 



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tileh Hi'!t 
SutT N'i'« 
Brft 
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Bri r'M'a Pi Marry Bny . . 

Mint rta? . 114 ttUm P-irx-a 
Aff-aro V HI C1U- ILaa 

Alit* p loe 

nmnriate .. Hi Beauaar . 

f- War , in 

nfil pnak II 41 am. 



OVERNIGHF TNTRIfS 



PiaST SA< P lurlenet 
Jodlna l**! I <irky i 

narafilr t »'■! 

Rr-’.'f II ‘ :r • 

King At' I-'J W ■ ■ S 

vuMty »if'na i ra> ■ 

Ui> 'ir M. • 1>*4 M«*a 1 



ATOMS IN 1VT)M 

NEW DELHI -The deputy 
mlnUl^f fnr external affairs told 
Parliament rerently that a factory 
for processing atomic energy raw 
materials would be In operation 
erlthlp a. year. 



«l.;i..kaM l‘l I'-'- » 

My War U « 104 H"ti'a 

■tproHTi akCP aix rgrlot.tt 
la'kr!'* 114 roltd') 



At Oaklfinn 



Construction of tha 
factory has already begun and all 
personnel are being trained. 



OtERNIGIIT rNlKILA 
PTWAT Bk(T— flit ruTlunn 
Tdtui tme n* riiTMrfli 

l«ia Mixira HI Malor Cbarl'a 

ted* Same ni Jark Mraihrr 

H>ycpe III Barry Ciitl 

Yalinwmtnii/ew II* agllaa l**ep*r 

aaniyiUnd 11* BlviOT MM 

Pera P-nde . It* Cirk taiir* 

a.i Mar n* On Wina* 

Mlln . Ill l.a'4 Maid* 



Mar. Ilia a 

JaltT nramliB 
Mann-rf"! 



The Afternoon Boot to Seattle! 
Sailing Every Day at 4:00 p. m* 



III T»«a* Br'-e 
l<»r ii(*iii-.ma 
*7 Oyaitr Leaf 



Tr '1 Tore 
Uf I't.xr 



TMiaU Bvra -7ee furkK;(r 
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A-* War * . 11* HMryti'-j-R ItS 

I < III Brtiu K'ltwU >'* 

w*«i Air !'• nirii !*■ 

IC.--I Mnra i'4 ngy Cf*»al- ill 

*-= 'r 7!;a: > 11* Uaf • Prr»h*r . Ill 

:ity Broan III 

kmavn kicf :;>t l<ir;><'ix* 

n* ever Pk»'ira li*“ 

JS*a r» a: ; 'I na inrrfir'* r.i 

llv O-i# l'4 Q-.i lf» 

By RaeJ Hi t'lruntry SdKnr. li* 

yiPTW a*t P -Tee f.iri-cfv 
Kti»- * Pint n« ai»r» Band 1d« 

Keitolivn P» m B'ar VUw US 

TbalAinlHay Kl Anllte Bl.’>*n IIS 



GelardVs 

Selections 

PAIR GROINTIS 

1- Remorlel. CheT«'kaId. Ormember- 
tng. 

K Dorko. Challemain, Foodoo. 
g-Senor Hygro. All W'ar Dog, Rusty 
Brown. 

4-Be« Phantom. Our Future. Coun- 
try Xdltora. 

•- Margaret Dear. That Alnt Hay, 
Kathieep R. 

k-RunsBtlon. Hrllng, Wrli^t Angle. 
7— Greek Ship, Luck Codlne. YngL 
g-Hl Nelgiibor, High Harp. Bail- 

•(*««. 

f- Arrow Roek, rmblagn. Islam 
Prince. 

Bert Bet— Greek Ship 






EAUTlfUltY 



AL V. CSMaolt, M rft* VIrtwrMr-SeafUe fecvice 

Capacity 1000 Passsngarg, 100 Cart. The Chinook's 
Afternoon Sailing Brings You to Seattle in Time 
for Eastern and Southern Train Connections. 
Dining Salon and Economy Coffee Shop. 

*The Chinook Is the luxury Way to Seottfe" 

SCHEDUU 

VKTOaiA — IIATTU 

*»ef1»*» w e HervaSeewd „ 

L« Virlarle . 4 a* »w Lt. S«alil«* 11^ »i 

Sr. Seellla S^SS ew Sr. T1r«*rl* - - ■ M ea 

H* *!•• #' *•«* *••«>•, I»ie*ka»i4 *Oti*e«*«y IS Id yw 

VKTOklA — rOIT ANBfUl 
laWSteewd HerVki*»K*4 

I*. VWteHe •.••II >00 •<• 1*. Soil Aifale* . . S<10 am 1 11 1 ^ 

A>. Sed Aayatai I) 10 a* Ar. Vlrlerle .... I 00 ewi 9 4) fm 

Speflef Mown4’frfp WeeSeaW fare* ta Part SefeUi amJ Samtfla 

PUGET SOUND NAVIGATION CO. 

BLACK BALL IINI 

814 Whorf !fr««t • VICTORIA • T«l. 1-0232 



EVERY GARDENER 



NEEDS 



OARI.AWN 

1— lAte n<nirt, Yellmanlnwri. Mlln. 

3— Future fllar. Wise Patsano, Poll • 
tied. 

S-- Rsr - OVulllvan, TTmnderhnof, 
Hnl ChoeolaU. 

4— Bgl. Brown. Gus O , Lyds Boy. 

•- War Raider, nregalach, Rincella. 
•- Mt Deeert Stable Entry. Tavl- 

Rtock. Rubble Oum. 

T- Dustv Oeva, Antigone. Good 
Heavens. 

5— O K Doal. Leapollna. Gift Mae- 
die. 

g-Swirt Town. R L Light, Sweet 
Irene. 

Bast Bet — 8gt Broarn. 



Gel Yonr Seedlings Way Ahead This Springl 
Prices SI. 45 to ea-AB 



,ot: meant 

iDoiHfMonite 

t iiTiSVi eJ'L 



GARDEN HOUSE 



EAST SAANICH ROAD. ELK LAKE. ROYAL OAK 
Phons Colquits 215-T 



g<44rayatf?v ^ 

esT ciiAMib 5 Ftnste 



riUOW CHAIR COUCH 



Svdd Motor Rythm to YOtir 
oil. It dlMolvei carbon 
binderi . , . drant your motor 
. . . builds new power . . . 

saves on gas. 



SUNSHINE ONLY 
HOURS AWAY 



Sir TOi 
HAWAII 
aiRMUDA 
NASSAU 
MONTieO 



AVOID COSTIT 
mOINf RIFAIBS 
FROM OVCRHIATINO 

Use WMs KLEEN-FLUBH to 
renerve clogglnc rust and acale 
freo) yaw ceofing eyetem. Tbea 
keep it cirea - and efop ivetey 
pump wraceke, ton- with Wbts 
RUBTOP. Stop ttnan leaks wHb 
Wtus INSTANT SEALER. To- 
telbrr tbry ears pou moAry. 



Color Bright* Dry Cl ea ned 
and Preeaed 



TravDl Stalci 



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By Guaranteed 



Vkterii, B.C, 5 «b.. Mareli $, 1950 Culotlttft 



Marinv ,\<*n 



Um Uie drufa *<> OrlalAaUT di*^ 

pr>A>mt »r>]d oDty on doclun’ l*re* trrsunrnt of 
ftcriptlona. mlnkn h&t* * • d 

The dru{s wrr^ put on the BrttUh trr*'ji»er'. of cc 
CoJumbln preacrtptlon ll»t o year dean. 
a(o u the rorMfuuwndaUua of Uift. Hovrva. tliev 
pturmocUU thenisehej. explained properly •. • = ^ 
bMociAtlon manager r. H. Ptiilerton Rl I IM e 

of Vanco u ter. 

**T1»e? often 

RELAXED r.LKKHHLKK »iiPPU,ma. in- ‘i 

Since then. thou«h, roetncUiirtf on and *a cn, but ih 
sale of the dru^ rlarwhere In t!;* actual luild <t- 
Canada have been relaxed, unitl Tl'<:. u ai-« a 
now only BntlsJt Columbia and rcKu-.t»'ii- 

Newfoundland prohibit their >ale Actlorjt rrAuit >»': 'l 
unlfM on preacrlpuon, according to ).r rontmoi 

.Mr. IfuUerton. rpiTlion being drox 

Auhtlng the pharmacUU tn Overd-<*r- have r< 

welching the matter will be the t( the r'-'incu d 

presentation Monday or Tuiiday nf drum '-nuld be m 
an exhauatlvc eummary of rer.-:-.*. .-i... lora' prcKripllvn 
Mterature on tha aubjeel by Dean mit a ree^imu-n co 
I E. L. Wood! of the fanilty cf pha^ •-"‘Uiitnendatlon la j 
I mary at Umverslty of BriU&h Co- Governor In council 
I lumbla. tiv the Provincial 



AdrbjvbUltj of urglac removal of 
I the preeeni raatrlcUun on the aala 
' of antl-hiatamlrUc druft wUl be 
' debated at cloairg aeaeUvna of the 
eemi -annua) meeting of the eaecii* 
‘ Uve council of the BC. Pharma- 
ceutical AuocUUon here eaiiy Uui 
• week, 

I Widely publlclaed aa *‘curea'* for 



pleted a 19-week quaUfylng oouree 
for the rate of Petty . Of fleer I'c 
Stoker Uecharde et Uve mechanlcai 
training eatabllahment In H M CS. 
SladacAoa, ffallfax. They are 
Alien B. Whittaker and WtUlam A 
Hupklna. 

Their tnatrucUon itarted laat Oc- 
tober and Included engineering, 
physics, mathematics, brickwork, 
fitting and Internal combuiUon en- 



deetmyrr HMCB. Alhsbaakan 
now stationed at Eaqulmalt. 



are required o< the studaou before 
acceptance for euch oouraesf 
A. There an no prescribed educa 
ttonal a ta sv da r da for etirolmcot tn 
such counea 



By RAT WORMALD 
Matters pertaining to eorreipon- 
drrica courses f»r vetermns ol 
Carvatla's warUme merchant nav7 
atlraci^.lhe loicrest of MaJ.-Oen. 
O. R. pearkes, V C.. M P . Iasi week, 
end he subeniUed the following 
Queaiions -and received the follow- 
ing aruwera-ln the Huuse of Cum- 
moris. 

MbT OF nt lUrCTS 



GrVST.RY PRAtTlCe 

Tlte Department of National De- 
fence -yasterday announced that 
heary*'anll-alrcraft gunnery prac- 
•• wUl be carried out from Albert 
Head between 10 a m. and noon, and 
beiween 1:30 and 4:30 on March 9. 
10 . 1« and 17. 



are noi»^'*nii 
•'p innttnoed. 



Mv. HF.NDOVER SAILS 



Isvdcn with eevenJ tbouaand tons 
(if Canadian produce, tha ultra- 
modern cargo Uner WcndoTcr Is now 
on her way from Saint John, N.B 
on her maiden voyage to Antwerp, 
Rotterdam. Amsterdam aivd Ham- 
burg. 

Eistcr-shlp of the Me. Waostcad 
—which sasde her maiden voyage 
to Montreal last Novamber— the 
Wendorer. of 9.5P0 deudwelght tons, 
arrived at 8t. John oo her maiden 
west-bound iourney Pebniary 34. 

Wendovrr. ar. i her sUter-shlpa-^ 
owned by Watts, Watts Lino— will 
ply between continental and Eastern 
Canadian porta. 

f.XrKLLKNT QUARTERS 

Tlia new ship, eonunanded by 
CapL W. Ouiukld. embodies crew 
quarters of the moat advanced tyj^ 
and were designed by a promtnri, 
BrilUh architect. The quarters pr-. 
vide each seaman with his own 
AinKle-berib csbln, complete with 
che*'- of drawers and reading light 

A feslure of llie ship/ de-.ign U=-° 
in the fart she can be worked In 
heavy weaf!;c.' u»« rvecejwlty 

<4 crew mentbers gvirvg on deck, 

A third ship^- Mv. Woodford- of 
like design and tonnage. alU Join 
the Wendover and Wanstcad later 



PraoUc« will be conducted sea 



ward tn an arc between Great Race 
Rik.k on the right and BroCchle 
Ledge on Uie left. Tne danger 
radius wiU 33 ,000 yards. 



TO RELOCATE BIOT f () :^nrCaU lEOSDi‘1 

Martnem are advlsetf that Purileri pASADESAlcallf. March 4 -INS* 
Pass bell buoy at the eastern en-j _ou4flalderOroveT Bowers give up 
trance to Porller Pass la reported a major league baseball career with 
out of pnelUon and presently wlOitn the ClUcago White Sox today so he 
about 200 yards of Canoe Island, could remain In Gadsden. Ala., so 
This will be relocated as soon aa poe- spread the Onspel. 
slble, reports Tom Munison. local . Bowers told General Manager 
agent for the Department of Trans- Frank Lane that he would quit 
'here. baseball rather than leave Gadsden. 

• * * I^ne I hen gave the former Memphis 

TWO MEN ESCAPE sensation hla unconditional release. 

. , . . . . Bnwers wtll play with Gadsden In 

_ souu„«.«n I.MU.. 



Q Are oorTf'p'.indcnce courses 
available to veterans of Canada's 



wartime merchant navyf 



111 RRI.NG CATCH DROrS I 

Pvt the Itrit time this season ' 
the British Columbia herring ca^h| 
shows a sligtit decrease over tbe| 
corresponding period of last year. 

To dale, reports the Chief Super- 
visor of FUherua. tha herrlns land- 
ings total 1B3.B60 tons. At the same 
time last year the catch was 189.- 
7<W tons. 

The figvire Includes commercial 
rUiUng dlsItifU h'<M. 3 and 9. smd 
Iscrr Including the lower east, 
middle east, upper cast and west 
cocit sreas of Vancouver Island. 

PnducUon of the c^(£h to date 
Includes 73.962 reset of carmed her- 
ring, S40-S.4S4 gallons pf oil. and 
30.679 mea*. Mfwe than 8 284 

ton- hi’ • been dr/ salted 



A. Yes. provided that the former 
merchant aeanvan * U reatdent in 
C'anaxia and received, or was eligible 
10 rec-'ive, a br*nus under the Mer- 
' hant Beaman Bpeclal Bonus Order, 
or the Merchant ^aman War berv- 
cce Bonus Order, 1844. 

Q In what subjects an such 



this year, probably tn May or June 
Cunard-DonaJdaon I id. are Cana- 
dian agents for ihe-Htree shlpa. 



^unea given? 



A. C'Airvea are available In each 
t.f the 74 rubjccis formerly provided 
by tite Canadian Legion Educatlimsl 
Bervice including elruientary covirsee 
In reedUtg. wriilng and speiling, 
looipletw cvairses in Junior and 
senior mafriculaUon. commerclai 
(oursu In tv>ixkeeplng and shnrt- 
itaiid..atid terhtilral and Vi^ailonai 
rounve* In sikh subjects ss sgrlrnl* 
'urc. gardening, eutom'ftive and 
Dteael engines, electricity and slveet 
metal work. 

Q. What educational standards 



Woodward’s Seeds 



MSITOKS TO ONTARIO 
During 1948 nearly 1.126.000 bor- 
der penulu vert Issued U> United 
Btatee motorists entering Ontario. 



ArPOINTEII TO < FSTRE 
Appointment pf Ueul-Cmdr. tp< 
H. J: O Bird. n.CJf. of KlngsUm. 
Ont. <o the Canadian UubvL Air 
Training Centre at Riven. Man . as 
naval li*‘Hin ofDr. . and depii' 
ehl*f iVisTruct-'r of the ofTenrive sur 
p-vrt :chf-»1, hp" be*n snnotmeed L.. 
*' val headquarter* 

He will succeed Lieut. 'P' George 
L. OUson. KCJ4„ of Regina, who has 
been apjx'lnted to the "Tribal** elaM 



LEADING SEEDSMEN 
IN VICTORIA FOR 
.47 YEARS 



Salt Spring island 

FERRY SERVICE 

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 3rd 



COVIRNMINT-TISTID VIQITAILI SCIOS 

pr«sh. Crtie v*fff«k -1 St noK V 

fr«B rear s*rs*a Wrr:<) rtni'ij* ei-»»> 

IP teur us:p tna Vrce(*M* 



C OMPI.FJ'E roi R5E 
Two \nctorla men are Included In 
an R CJ4. claan which recently com* 



BEET5 

GREEN PEAl 
ONIONS 



CARROTS 

CABBAGE 

CAULIFLOWER 

RADISH 



Mender. Teesdev. Utendey, 
Seterdey ea^ Sender 
Lv tv evsm 

iwirore o«r 

• IS swL s St •.at 

4Wsa. iSOew. 

Ne Service en Wsdnesdef 



Racing Results^ Entries 

At Sofitd Afiitii 1 1?*??* 



POPULAR BRERD 

The Bhorthora breed ft caMle Is 
the most common beef animal in 
t?>i British Uea. 



DUUUsine - IM ■•nipsbvrs ■ 191' 

L«d*fMlslr« US Usrfem Drse let 

ena* «f Pri6« lie ibcrtr ...i-,, ue 

Otrl IW Rnrnc Otri - 

L*4y ifipp lei 

nixTii asrs -ait rariMiar 

PrtfX IOC Oprew C .. lit 

s*’-; r»el ’cv Wrlfbl Skif’* >•• 

0-4"TW«>t«r 1T4 Mrt TsiSAll VS 

U.i if Tttr Mi 

T . ■ -«MOB I IS 

• Evt.NTO atCR MU- are s altlwnUr 
«or<»ii Whip tee ireti . ui 

•Sungii'" M4 ai>lrJV Mt 

tt.l 'ti t . Ml Bqalhaep Ml 

fB«V Dnv HI icewHe Lp 4 Ml 

Nl-l B'-ow lt« ‘fnlrr 

Bril tivtISA . Mi IKmrr 

la* IXiiU/ 

rU'.ilTH.IUi a. yiHi •nd • plPtevnllr 

W<ac H»ta mi Insr apladtn IH 

Butt B>t-« Ml r«(t«n B«*l III 

eir;.-| BVA 111 IdU >»re . 11 ? 

L«Av BuUr c: Ml ITrl(hh«r . lao 

A'ntnif Ctr . It I Ten Conic IM 



Lena caenee (Bee 
Janeev « MtUlei 
Scert.l ':^ur)<KS> 

roraiB Berm— 

iBont' 

rcenSeiH 

imviar ‘“wrisfki 



LETTUCE 



d«frv, t>u«i r TJ 
PI»TH BVff 

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Detoty H*v,'i 

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eeroBD Bere— 

aurunc Time 4lSM*«0> tlSSS |S S« |4 SO 
MekVetrlturB (eeerMni S SS 4 S" 

OeMrsi K iMpur««h tie 

TWian BACK- 

VOkev ninolT >UwfA*n| IS SS II as lies 
rwcsht'r (ahnemekvri I M I se l V 
War aiete 'OUMeni ISO 

'Dtps litei 

rorRTIt BACB- 

^rte KJvtr# (Innailffil SI SS SS M |4 tfl 
PbprII# Bead S SS 4 St 

Bait ne*l (Boland) 4 SS 

rtrrn B«rx-. 

BaXofVi iRltft) SUN SUM MSS 

ITia Olka lAn’ami 4 M I 4C 

Blralshtman iBAiand) IM 

SIXTW BACB— 

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Knefkdeeti iln»t««lli S 4S 4M 

Tape Ba* (LrrfAtr,: ISO 

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Beor iL«AsOt' ■ MIC lies ISM 

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Mand'e Bar* <V«,Uhf ISO 



B^rnlrrt (.,rl 

r»ra MarStli* 

Tnradtor 



YOU’LL LIKE THE 

Double-Deck 



MXVn BAiP— 

It), .turnba*!' S? OS St ** •’ M 
- Br'ftr iDvlawitt) 4M S M 

UUt K;. . Sr.' 

Brat'brd Par Boy. 

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k<,« Thirkt (I'-'Tipatt) SIS SM 

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NKW DELHI ert The deputy 
minister for external aflRlri told 
Parliament rerenUy that a factory 
fnr pfor«s,log atomic energy r»w 
materlala would be In operation 
within a year. ConstrucUnii of the 
factory has already begun and all 
personnel are being trained. 



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The Afternoon Boat to Seattle! 
Sailing Every Day at 4:00 p. m. 



Fair Grounds 



GeiardVs 

Selections 

FAIR riROl'NIMI 

1- Remorlel. Chernkald, Remember- 
ing. 

9 - K Dorkn. Challsvnaln. Poodoo. 

S Berior Hvfro. Ala War Dog Riuiy 
Brown. 

4- Sea PhanWm, Our ^lure. Coun- 
try Rditnra. 

9- Margsret Dear, That Ain't Hay. 
Kathleen R 

A-BimaBtlon. Hytlng, Wright Angle. 
7— Greek Ship, Luck Codlne, YogL 
A- HI Neighbor. High Karp. Ball 
enga. 

•--Arrow Rriek. Umblagn. Islam 
Prlnra. 

Best. Bet - Greek Ship 

OARLAWN / 

l—tAte Roura, Tellmantmm. Milo. 

3— Future Star, WUe Palsano. fNill- 
tlCA. 

I-Kav OBulllran, Thimderhoof, 
Rot Choeolata. 

4 — Bgt. Brown. Ous O . Lyda Boy. 
•—War Raider. Oregalarh, BUIcella. 
•- Mt Devrt Rtable Entry, TBVl- 

sinck. Bubble 0<un. 

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Heavens. 

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CapGcIfy 1000 Pa|s*r>g«n, 100 Can. The Chinook's 

Afternoon Sailing Brings You to Seattle In Time 

for Eastern and Southern Train Connections. 

Dining Salon and Economy Coffee Shop. 

*'The Chinook Is the Luxury Way to Seartfe" 

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EAST SAANICH ROAD. ELK LAKE, ROYAL OAK 
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Irene. 

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PROM OVERHEATtNO 

Um WUf RLEXN FLUBH to 
remore dogging ruM end acale 
froiB yew mpling aystetn. Thew 
keep h dean-and stop wetcr 
pu mp agweaka. too— with Wbis 
RUSTOP. Stop emeD leeks witb 
Wbij INSTANT SRALKH To- 
getber they seve yep mnwiy 



Color firttht** Dry Cleaned 
and Pressed 



GUARANTEE 

Far 14 vaa-t Aamia** tretaag lapeel- 
'lani B4rt rar'eariad raaaa.'~l far 
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City Contralto Irene Byatt 
With “Sinrinj Stars” Todar 



A^Qsl KvvttM ot the VtctnrtA 



But u * wt 
PtxArmactst to iUid out 
“It ww »n n«hi during Uguor 
muotunc ** tMid J4r ^iUmon. "If 
an Indian had a pinnft. you knew 
that nk waa not imng on the raa> 
rnaiuih* ' 

^nalUM lor tnfracUon rrf the act 
are aevere. 

c'utiM uAKUMiar 
Fraaent ragulatlook, Uw ph<«r« 
macUU rm. ar« a bardablp both oo 
the Indian and the dnigrut whu le 
loalnf prcwpectue cuauunera. 

Bo yaeterday, the lounrll paa--H 
. a raanlutioo urginc rr\uuoo of tha 
I Indian Act. whKh wUl be forwordrd 
I to the Dummlun Phannaccuticul .A»- 
' aoctaUon with a requeai that K h« 
' preaented h> a ParliamentaLry c^-m- 
oUttee now tnveatlgaUng the act 



11 an Indun living on a reaenra - 1 
Uon hr* a headache, ha cant go i 
down to the earner drugstore and 
buy himself a bos of 333 s, F H - 
Fullerton, manager of the aasoda* 
Uon, eiplained. 

• !*or ran be buy perfume for hyt 
wife, aha Mug k>Men for hlnaelf. or 
certain type# of eod-Uvar oU and 
cot^h syrup.. , 

BALS FOKninilF.M 
Bale of any of thaw commodiuea 
I and some othm beaidea ara for« 
i .tay the Indian Act. Mr. I^U- 

I lertoo aald. 

! Rcaaon: They contain akobol. 

I If the Indian Is not realdlng on a 
Ift-:;”. j’k'O. the reetrlcUons don't 



lUufeUaUuu of the accondH.laaa ‘ 
type of clUaenship accurded naUva 
Indiana under extsUng t^lAlatlon 
came yesterday from a rether unex- 
pected source — the executive, couo- 
of the Bntteh ^CehimUs Phar- 
maceutical Association, now in coo- 
-vpntluo at the Kmpmw Hotel. 



Canadian Ai^hniU 



AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS 

'Pim J*>nr wtal. sreoM 



Thig Wcek’a Radio 



t^h«f'rS to 

a»«.>i.b auosearr sirtorla akani<-a 



An aecooipUahed Victoria con- 
tralto vUl Ukc a big step towards 
Csnada-wlda fame today. 

She Is Irene Byatt who has baen 
kiTltad (0 appear on the Canadian 
Broadcasting Corporation program 
“BIX ling Stan of Tomorrow.'* 



The program has an' estimated 
4.000.000 Ustenen, has received 
4.000.000 letters among them count- 
Iras reports of eonveralons and re- 
turns to religion (both Cathode and 
noQ-CaihnUc. I 

F.nVCATION FOKIM 
An educational forum will be 
■Ued over CJVl uml«lit at 9 Dr. 
J. P K. English will lead Ute dU- 
with a broad picture ' 
eduesUun today- He Is Qiesiei Vic- 
toria Inspector of Kbouls. 

Taking pan in the lorum will be 
! Mis. Hasel Hodson. prealdaiM (4 the 



K'Ued 

Injured 

Written repotie 



ImjHfsvs Finps 
On Fishermen 



apHog fashion shew, sponsored by 
the Canadian ArthrtUsand Rheum- 
aUun-Boclety. through the courtesy 
of T £at««a di Co. at 6:16 pxn. on 
Msreh 33 at -Ahe r.mpreaa Hotel. 
Tickru may be obumed at Cun- 
pjjogliain Drug Store, oomex Douglas 
and port, the Marionette Library. 
lOlt Douglas, and Landers' Book 
Slu9. Oak Bay. TkkeU II earh. 



CONVICTIONS 
CarrleM drmng 
-OrlTint tntoxirated 
Exceeding speed Umll 
Can impounded 



NANAIMO. March" 4. 

Summer, skipper of the fishing vea- 
sel Joan F, was fined I3fi0 and costa 
in Nanaimo police court by Magis- 
trate Lloi>el«eew-i*=ft.- u<x 
log halibut during the rimed sea- 
■on. Bwen Jersted. Roy Wirk and 
Jack BheppenL members of Uw 
I ship's crew, were each fined 9100 
and enau. 



Norman 



LONDON CPi.,— Su- lAurencc 
OllYler^amous Slxakrspearian actor, 
and Tm Ray, radio comedian, read 
the lessons at the memorial aenlce 
held for'atage comedian Bid Fleld. 
FMd died suddenly February 3. 



The VIctitrla Masonic Choir la gIV' 
liig a concert, sponsored by St. An- 
drep i Presbyterian Church Choir. 
Princa Robert House. Tuesday. 
Match 7. «-J5 Miss Grace 

Adam*, guest soloist. ^ 



pu Island ilsll. ParlDvUle, V I . 
RC. Make reservatioiu early for 
^ter week-end, auoce annual dts{ 
trials are held then. Ten per cent re- 
duction for holidays of a wr»k or 
longer UU June 30 Bpecltllxlng In 
fold and comfort 



'Federallon, who will 



on financial aspecia of teaching' 
Harry Dee. Tlce-prtnclpal who will 
on “teaching from a teacher's 
vtawpolnt" 

Dick Batey. CJVI 



Balvage eeUeeUon for Oak Bay. 
Uplands and Bhoal Bay. We eollect 
rM>. peper, household matirveaes. 
Phone £3411 



Annouaeing the opealag of Oak 
Lodge. 4fl3« Quadra Btreet, aa a 
private hospital. Private, semi-pri- 
vate and ward accommodation. Your 
Inspection Invited. Phone B4831. 



Hire 



well-known 
bnatelrry is situated -on -beach and 
: ■ Highway. For Uiforma- 

Uun write: Mary Sutherland. Eileen 
AUwood. co-managers. 



will act as moderator. 



A report of 



NANAIMO. March 4^ 

Dr. A. B. BeatUt at the 
meeting of the Central Vancouver I 
Health Unit ahowed that 
me e -«*s Md prrriilrnt during 
tha past three months. Attendance 
at the Child Health Cantre In the 
Eagles' Hail total^ 3*301 last year, 
compared with 3.601 In 194i. A ua 
day to raise funds for use of the 
haU win be held March 19 



Victarla Bebool of r.xp t »aslo|| — 
Adulu' poetry speaking claaa cam- 
men ces l^icsday. own. 9-10. 



BERII.S ON MFAI.h 
Preparation of meals on a ahot% 
suing will be featured In a new 
serlM of “Cooking Bchoot of, the 
Air" starting tomorrow at 1 45 pjn 
I over the Canadian Broadcasting 
Corporation. 

! Cunduqted by Eu*uU§ lAngdon. 
kfcmtreal home .economics expert. 
' with a nalr for gUmorixtng homely 
Tbar'r dishes, the redpes will eonocn- 
I irate on cheap and nutritious dishes 
sulud to the hom« tabla 



Skilful Barber Service (a hablt>. 
Estevan Avenue Barber Shop 3534. 
“YouU like my work.* Harry FirOx. 
Ladles' and Oentiemeo's BsIrdreMer 
slnre 19P0. 



morning or evening. 



Arte Centre ef Greater Victoria. 
929 Broughton Street. Remarkable 
exhlUt of amateur pahiiers llvleg 
in Western Ontario doting this 
week. Gallery hours, II to 5:30, and 
Saturday evening. 7:90 to 9 30. 
Opening Tueaday for two weeks' 
Western circuit show of paintings by 



piano 



Quaint Cemers, overlooking beau- 
tiful Maple Bay. 44 miles north of 
Victoria, for good food. 



laeNi arsTT 

Mow studyDif at the Royal Coo- 
scrvauiry of Music, Toronto, Mbs 
Byatt was last In Vic* ~!.i, I-** 
Christmas whan slia appeared in 
aqmerous concerts ^d musical pro- 
grams Including a fcaturt part . in 
Handel's “Measlah ” 

The Trans-Canada broadcast will 
be heard this afternoon at 3. 



Final eonrert of the season. Vie- 
tofla Symphony Orchestra. Hans 
Gruber conducting, Royal Theatre, 
March II TlckeU, Bymphony Box 
Office: Jlelcher's. 



Ladle*' AuiUlary, YJd.CA,, runt- 

mags sale, March I. at 9 am. at 

YJdCA. 



FLETCHER'S 

contribution. 



FUer, abstract painter. 



Lake Hill Women's Institute will 
hold thetr regular meeting Monday 
at 1 -30. 



Mr. Louie Firth, well-known hair 
stylist, is now specializing tn tha 
Zotos fluid wave, featuring tha 
nuld eut 738 Yatm 8t tupstalrai. 
Phons £0133. 



Old-Age Petudenm* Orgaaltatlen. 
Branch I. will hold its monthly 
meeting at Emmanuel Baptist 
Church schoolroom. Wednesday. 
Maseh ath, at 3 pm., at which wa 
InvPe all old-age pensioners to hear 
an address by Mr D< 



FAVORITES TEAM LF 
Two favorltM of Canadian Usten- 
era— the Don Wright Chorus and 
story-teller John Fisher- are teamed 
new ahow, heard lonlgbl at 



ficent 



AIrcs--*.y the ^irU 
have been asked 
about Easter, but 
then is only a 
month away. . . . 
No doubt the 
Easter Bunny it 
already at work, 
and will be mak- 
ing. hit thowing 
any time now . . . 
It ia not too early 
if you would like 
to mail a box. 



Btudiee In Healing and Tny^r. 
Wedneaday, 3 pm.. Christ Church 
Memorial Hall. Open to alL 



VARir.I) GOOtl MI SIC 
Music lovers fact a varied diet over 
Canadian ttatlons this week. 

At Dooo today the New York Phil- 
• >* r mnntfl under Victor da Babata 
will play Bibellus' “Symphony No 1 
In E Minor.*' Ohedinl's “Msrinaresca 
e Baccanale. 



up cm a 
7:30 errer CJVI. • 

Fuher Is keeping to his tried and 
true style of reports on the Qjuui* 
dlan scene broadcast from the spot, 
coupled with new twlsU to events 
and personalltlca of past years. 

Blended wim the stories wfR be 
tha singing of the 14-votca chhb. 
one nf Canada's mMt famous musi- 
cal organisations. Often the blend- 
, Ing will have to be done by remote 
i control as Fisher hops arourd the 
' nation. HU voice will be brought 
' Into tha programs by special tech- 
iDical arrangement. 



risntsTt BOW bring rvawned at Bam 
of Fine Aria, Palniing and 
sculptura Saturday morning. ChU« 
drtn'i clasa 4. 



Steinway 



CONCERT 

GRAND 



RuBunafF Bale, Saturday. March 

11, Market Building. Tha King's 
Daughters. 



of The Pensioner 



A 8t. Patrtck'i Conrert and enter- 
Ulnmant, under auxplcca of Irish 
PtobBsunt gifc:rtaUfln. «1U be field 
el Newstead Hall. 734 Port Btreet. 
Wednesday. March 15, 8 pm. Bee 
Prof. Croclcford. mastetan. Admis- 
sion SOe. Tickets et Boraeshne News 
or PoUock'a Fkirlxt. 



EIrctra. therapy, steam bath, 
-.-y Btassaga a&d onlncilc ti* 

ngatlon. E81U. 1834 Blaashard 



end Revel's “Bolero." 

Today atR:f0 p m. Jacques Sinier 
will conduct the Vancouver Sym- 
phony In a dODcert including Bhoa- 
takovieb's “Prelude In E r>at Minor," 
aiMt srorks by Mousaorgsky and 
OeorgM Eneaco. 

Tuesday at 10:10 pm. over CJVI 
tba Toronto Symphony wid play ' 
Rnaslnl's “Overturt to La Scala,*j 
Strmvinsky'a '"Flrrblrd Bulte.'* and 
Tcbalkoinky's “Ovenura 1113" Ed- 
mund Bockrldge. baritone, will be 
gueet singer on the eoncert with I 
enr^ by Motart. Tchalkowiky and 
Oeoege Gershwin. 

Friday night at 8:30 the Toronto 
Fops Ooncort over the Itans-Canads 
network will feature Reginald God- 
den. pianist, as guF«t soloist. He wUl 
play fUchmanlnf^f's “Concerto No 
t.” The main work of the evening 
win ba the aeeond and third move- 
ments erf Tschalkowiky'e “Pathet- 
lque“ aymphony. 

Next Saturday the Metropiditao 
Opera company will present Verdl'e 
**Aida“ atarring Ljuba Wellteh. Ra- 
BMm Vinay and Robert MerrilL 



Chlrapadlst D. &. Galrd. DHC. 
318 Pemberton BnlldUig, B3t93- 



hern bmr g ht frmn tHt New 
factory by Fletcher's. Com- 
pletely rel'uilt and reconditioned 
and with a retail talue vi yMXX), 
it it maintained for the excUisiv* 
use of concert arlisis and nuisiclana, 
Fletcher'i cnttibution to thd 
musical lifg of Victoria. 



David G. Btoddsrt. OpUmetiist, 
418 Pemberton Building. O 8531 



Drop In at the Malahsl Chalet for 
breakfast, afternoon teas, lunch or 
dinner,^ dally except Monday. Amy 
does the cooking. 



•01* 

VsRreovFT 

Ul«i>a 

Afvr.u 

tor 

eniNwsv 



Tb* OM ChansUng Inn. Oak Bay 
seafront TeL 0 0267 Miss Ewing 



Aneiiaas! Auctionsl AucUnnsI 
Don't forget thf nursery stock sales. 
Watch for salt datea staning In 
March. 125.000 Dutch Imported Axa- 
leas, Rhododendrona, Boses. Blue 
Spruce. MagnuUss, etc., etc. ArgsU 
b Knapp, aucUoneeri, 84S Yatea, 
opp. Atlas Theatre. 



U)sdch’A 



The Grange, superior board-resi- 
dence; business or retired sentlrmen 
preferred. Quiet nclfhborhnod; ga- 
rage. B 07737 



Ronsena repaired while you wait. 
701 Fort. Kllburger’s tha Jewelers. 



TO PAT MORE FOR PLAYS 

The Canadian Broadcasting Cor- 
poration Is thinking of paying more 
for tha original drama srrtpU It 
buys. 

60 said Harry J. Boyle. Trans- 
Canada's program dlraetor recently 
during a Vancouver interview. He 
said tha lowest fee per pUy was 
presently about 850. but hoped new 
rate* would probably settle between 
1300 and 8300 foe a full hour pro- 
duction. 

Boyle is on a swing through West- 
ern Canada scouting for new writ- 
ing talent for the network. He 
«ants material with a fresh point 
I of view and plenty of new tdeas for 



CANDY SHOP 

745 FORT STREET 
Empire 0423 



Drvavuhlre Tras served dally. 
Toby Jug, Elk Lake. Oolqulti 47R 



Optomelriit — Howard L. Mac- 
Dlannld. eompleta optomeuic serv- 
ice. Appointment, phone E711L 
Now on 3nd floor, Hudson's Bay Co 



Esictia M. Eeney, Sst. 36 yean. 
Slectrlo maa&agc, eoUxtic. £9131. 



197th Birthday af Victoria — Tea 
will be held by the Sir Jamas and 
Lady Douglas Chapler, LODE, at 
headquarters, Baturday, March 11. 
at I pm. Admission, 35 cents. All 
vlstton Invited. 



WOOD — SPECIAL — WOOD 



Lawn hwFFpera— Take the hard 
work out of Iswn care Cleans faster 
and better than 6 rakes. 843 75, plus 
UX. 0 7187. 



tee coxoa noon mix-acN ts-ix. wood— c««s rw 

*o4 r*r**«^-Ma X««il««h. M« SawS**! 

2 CORDS, REG. ll&OO, NOW 

4 CORDS, ONLY 

iMMVDiATt nvLivaav AVTwntai 



C.C.F. Newa ('enunrnUry every 
Monday at 7 pm. on CJV*. Harold 
Winch. C CF. Opposition leader, will 
be a Eurst on this ten-minute news 
commentary. Listen In for the facts 
behind the news and the bighUfhts 
of the Provincial Besalon. 



Women's Canadlso Club. Friday, 
Msteb 10. 3 45 pm. Bmpreas Ball- 
room. Bpcsker, Professor Stanley 
Read. UB.C. Subject: Canadian 
Poetry. 



MsrehontB of Muiic — 1130 Douglas 



Wholesale Fuel— 760 Topaz — 6 2452 



CHBI8TMAB MUBICT 
Oansdlan Preee reports that a 
yeoent iranacrlbed program from a 
Baskatchawsn station featured 
Christmas music and wound up with 
bast wishes for a Merry Chritimas 
Let's see, how many more ahopping 
tfayst 



He suggesu moat writers are 
afraid (o tacble radio writing be- 
cause tbey'ra myetlfied and I'lrown 
off by sound effects and muAic but 
pointed out that it was Just these 
aids that make radio drama easier 
than staft wrltini- 
The CBO. Is the bifgeet buyer 
of sreatlve work In Canada the 
director said. 



Fat Bale- Hundreds of iMd books 



and mtule. Kentuh Bookshop, 1138 
Langley Street, Vlctoiin. E30II. 



*1mroFdlste Futnre «f Canada" will 
be She topic at the CCF. dlsruasiuo 
group on Monday night at 8 p.m. 
at WoodsworUi Hail. Pandora Ave- 
nue. Everyont ~welcome. 



EXTRA 



RommacF sale on kiarcb Ith at 
tha Hard-of-Rearlng Hall, t am. 



WONT JOIN STARS PARADE 
Phil Harrli and AUm Faye dtfin- 
Rely won't Join last year's parade 
•f Stan from N3.C. to CB.8. 

The pair have signed an exclustre 
son track with NBC. whleh also 
givm tha network first call on their 
prugram for televiskm. 

TTielr shew has climbed steadily 
■Ince It was Introduced In the 
Autumn of 1948 and le now one of 
America's top comedy favorltea. 



Paper-Makiiifr 
Depicted 
In Tico Films ! 

Two color films oompartnf -i 
and new methods of paper-making 
were shown Thursday night at the 
regular dinner meeting of the Vic- 
toria Oaamopollten Club at tha 
Club liroeco. 

kiUchael J. Lucas, Vancouver, pub- 
lic relations director for Pacific Mills 
presented the movies which 
showed methods used tn China as 
. compared with present day high 
• speed processes. 

The flrit film, entitled "Paper- 
I irfaktog In China.” depicted the old- 
1 fashioned, band methods of making 
from bamboo and rice gtlU 



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M hours Finest paper, however, 
made from rice, la itlll manufactured 
by the Chinese. 

The second movie, showed ’■■■* 
«1gln of the firti paper-making 
plant at Oermantown. New York. 
In 1841. Tha film traced the history 
of paper-making onto the present 
day 



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you want for the garden. 

AT.l.. METAL HAN.0 CULTIVATORS, 
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was unable to make himself under- 
vtood. Tony was finally r, ,>,.vd 
when his Winnipeg hnaU found an 
albom of le eo ri R with in Wa 
native Oantoneaa tongue. He «aa 
on the last lap of a Journey to his 
father tn Sault 8te. Marie 



Apsirt from a wartiSM break whan 
be was 00 loan to ths British Broad- 
aastlng Corporation as a com menu- 
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Oaiudlan radio ever since 1818 



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■Inc* tts Inaugural broadcast except 
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loc«^ ' v«rk to coaluncUoQ «1Ui 
th« tvo wefUjT' new«p«p«n and Ui» 
•#nlor Chamber of Comnkrrtf. 

A round tabla arrlea o( dJac_- > 
aiU be held over radio station CJAV 
DO cMtlrovemlal lubjeeu. ’Mie hr* 
aub'-ct under riUcuajon mlU be ou 
e4* the aoialkamatioit 
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FOhi ALBXHKI. March 4 -The 
Port Aibeml Junkir Chamber of 
Commerce laid out an ambttloua 
profram for the nett two montha 



aco, and have been of frrat help to 
eltlaena. 

Report! at tht neeUng allowed 
that the bfidae loumamani now be* 
U^r earrted on waa tumlnc out to be 
a aucceia. both financially and 
dally. Funda from the different ai • 
Uvltlca of the club were dlat uaaed. 



A workmc commute* wUl repair 
all at reel aivna T^iey were erected 
Lv «h« Junlur Chamber two years 



A few chaoku «1D be made ta tb« 
pamphlet advertutoi Aibeml VaU 
ley ba.ied fiy Ihe C'hamber of Coi*- 
metre la«t fear, hot they will nel 
entail much eepens* 



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At Ladysmith 



From Coloniat Correapondaota 



Consider Fairs 
A I ('onfereiiee 



LADVSMirH, March 4 -VWlr.r.. 
will be aelenmed at ladyaml^ HL«h 
8chix,.| »Mi lliurvlay afternoon dur- 
Inc education Week, tt waa decided 
at a meetirc of iniatees of Lady* 
amteh Schonl LUstf.t Na 67. 

Trustee Wtlltam Prutt waa 
requested to Invcniipate the iumI* 
bility of revmitk the arhoot safety 
patrol orgkhired by the Uuna Club. 

llie Stnuheona Trust prUe f*-'^ 
ph> Uauauk work aaa awarded 
to Chcruai>>ua UrniPiiiary School. 

tierald savoeys Chenudnua, wtu 
a.'ked t<* Lwd^-smlth Hikh 

behno] dutink a hicli achool con*' 
ference at the Unlrerslty of DriiJi.b 
Columbia. 



NANAIMO, March 4 ^ E. M 
Whvte of Victoria waa re-elected 
prealdeiit of the Bmiah Columblu 
Falls AsKN.iaUon at llis annual 
ojeeUni here. 'Hioae named flnt 
and aecoiid vle*>prealdenta wera A 
H pepper of Xooce and A. OIbbard 
of .Abboteford. 

*nia aaaoclallon aet the foUowlcf 
dalm for tha holding of exhiblUrms 
n Um provinct : 

KxhlblUons' Pacific Nalkmial. Aug- 
ust 23 to Beplrmber 4; Chilliwack 



OANGEB. March 4~*J. 8, AcUnd 
chairman of the committee apoiuot* 
ipg 1st Ganges Troop of Bny Scoote. 
presented Cubm^Mfr Plran Walter* 
aith a long srrvlee medal during a 
recent Jamboree tn Mahon Hail 
Tlie sum of |.V) was raised toward 
a Summer eamp for the bova 



DUNCAN, M.vrrh 4 Albert T 
Mayca was fined flO.ard ci^ In 
Dun run poUre court by Magtstra!< 
O A. Tlvdnll on a ♦*^«fflc .i.arge 
PtuTlnclal PiiUce evidence shrv,:- 
the defendant had tallrd to tuni 
hli vehicle far enough t-i allow 
rlearanre fnr a truck, Otunage to 



both vrltlcJea totaled $730. 



Circuit I; Aibeml, August 24 25, 
26: Cobble Hilt. September 6. Dun- 
can. September 7. 8. 9; Coomba. Sep- 
tember B, 9. Nanaimo. September 
14. IS. 16; LadysmlUt. Srpteaibtr 
38. 21; fiaanlrhton, September 4 
hET ri.OWEK SHOW 

Vancouver llortlcuJ- 



NANAfMO, March 4 -Need f,,» 
mure leaders was empha/.tsrd a< 
^ meeting of Uk Mid-Miind 
Ihiy bcoula' V vaiioii. S V. 

laaacaott Min^ineeii • tiaitdng 
f-— ^ lar Wolf Cub Ie*dm on 
Tue«lay. A dl''^tcl-- cvmum f-.=? 



NANALMO, March 4 Funeral 
servlcei for ih* late kTank Demim, 
73. who waa Imrn on Gahjiola letand. 
will be hetil In (lie Weftiwixid 
MlrM Cha|N*i at. 1 30 p m Monday. 
foHowed hv Intennent on the 
Ldaml. Mr. Degnen died gt 

Vancouver. 



• trcult U 
turai Sneiety Spring fioweta. Mav &. 
Summer flowers, June M. 17; Clb- 
son's Landing. Auguet If, 19, 
Squamish, August 20; Mbalon, Sep- 
tember 2, 4. t>: Maple Ridge. Septem- 
ber 6. 7; Port hfiwdy, September 7 
Agawtx. Srpiember B; Clorerdaif 



leaden will fommenee March 15. 



PIONEER TURNS FIRST 80i) FOR NEW VIEW ROVAL FIRE HALL 
Stewart, it. who was 1 to r-ummunlty Hall by volunteer 1 Mrs. J. Stewart, pare 

» Royal. U shown In | labor. Public subscrtpllona totaled I Stewart, canie frr*m 

•graph tundng first . more than $1,000. Seen cine* to | rented fan 

. . ..... I ...... , . J 8 Helmcken. Houj 

f new View Ruyal fire MIm Stewart are Ftre Chief A. ; R/.yal year 

ay afternoon. Hiiild* E. Beasley uu! W |t. Cole, clialr* ( lumber and nails Imi 

emv^rurted adjacent man of fire trustees. Mr. and ' Scotland la sIlU In ii< 



50 Years' Jelly Powder Experience Olvet 



Agriculture School 
Object of Farmers 



Name Officers 
At Oietnaiims 



CHEMAim^S, March 4 -Offloers 
Fleeted at tlie ahnual meeting of 
Chespalntui Branch of the Oanadlan 
Red Cross Society wer«' James 
Webftter. president; F B'mde, first 
vlce*presld*nl; Mrs. J. Rumell 
Roblnanri. aecretary-Lreasurer; Mrs, 
T. Coates and Mrs. O. C. Saunders, 
wnrkroom conveners, mnd Mm. E 
Talman, receiving depot. 

J. R. Andentin snd Charles 
Savory were appointed to the ewtm- 
mlng rommlltee Mr. Anderson will 
also serve as convener of a mem* 
benhlp campaign. Mrs. F Bonde 
was Turned convener of a blood 



JEWCI-WIGHT. ihrmmwring. M wf ctwflgMM 
flavor liht Irwtbly picked fruh. JELL-O datswrH odd 
friufnphonf flourish fo fomity meol or portyl Thm 
hovwr wos a almpltr ond thriftlor deMorl to mokot 
JoM'O denerit or* mod# In mtni/tei ond cost Iom 
I hon 7t a serving. 

i ».*g Evperienco cevnti In ovoryi 

^ JeH-O people hovo 

ever 2 gencrotlont' experience to 
^ SJb a ftj y) moking better deuerii. Gel Jell-O 

Jelly Powders lomofrow. There 
^^ 5 %/ ore seven grond "locked-lo" flo- 
'S vors. (Jctl -0 b o trode-merk 
owned by Generol Foods, LidJ 



SIDNEY. March 4 -Ouy Wagner. 
Texas rancher and oil man. U re- 
building a large dwalUug on Knapp 
Island off the northern extremity 
of Saanich Peninsula. Mr. Wagner 
purchased the Island from Mrs 
Victor Wemtng. widow of a Holly- 
wood film producer. 



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Plane on Short Visit 

SOOKE, March 4 large un- 
identified eeaplant landed In SooKr 
Harbor at 12 30 pm. Saturday and 
tied up at tha flsh trap*. It de- 
parted In a northeasterly direction 
a few minutes later. 



donor campaign. 



TTve aecreiary’s report showed 
thera were 707 membera. and ra- 
celpta of 11.632 from a membership 
campaign. 



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2 In«tant atarting even •( sub- 
Tcro temperaturei by meani of 
power cartridge. 

3. Farmera confirm that the 
handling and mainlenanre of 
thU tractor present no difficul- 
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no magneto required. 



6. Aitoniahingly low fuel con- 
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crankcKe oil or unrefined low- 
gfade crude 



-CelOBiii Photo 

B.C. Toarherx* Pederrtinn Srhol- 
arahip. Visa Vogav la daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vogee. Sid- 
ney, and Mias Turner la daugh- 
ter of Mr and Mrs. Jamea Turner. 
Cordova Bay. Both girls are stu- 
dents at Mount Newton Junior- 
Senior High School. 



PhotC'graph ahowa Mias Mat 3 
Ann Vofce, left, pianist, and MIm 
H elen* Turner, eonlrallo. who 
won search for talent contest or- 
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aoelatinn last Thuiwdsy Girls 
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NANAIMO. March 4.-TVrri« Hare 
and Marlene Bentley won the 
NanaliHf* and District Teaehera' 
Aaaoclatlon miialml contesL and 
will eompeta for a BC. Teachers* 
Federation achnlarahip. Adjudl- 
calcra were Mr*. R. Inglls. Mrs. J. 
Swan and R. T. Covenejr, 



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Oeorgr Wentx totaled 1500 during a 
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VICTORIA. B.C . SUNDAY, MARCH 5. 1«0 



Chinese Junk Sailed Across the Pacific in Twenties 
Orient-Cradled Vessel in New York Used for Home 

By FRANK KELLEY 

S q^CE moruhA AuocUted 

Ftma &ppeftTin< In the 

nnwpnpers of Ameiico related how 
a radio exvtneer nuheri from a New 
York AkTvxAprr Mudin after his 
da;*| arork waa docte to celebrate 
JS jfts tti the same home— a Chi* 

Dear Junk. * Sidlttc hi* lS*mUe com- 
miiwr Ode at New Rochelle." the 
ftory suted. "Sa-jear-old Alfred 
KUean joined hi* familj and gave 
an annieeraarr party. The , acene 
was the cabin of Amoy, a hand- 
hewn cantphor*w«ud boat, with sails 
dyed red with ox -blood and huge 
"eyea**- staring from snub-noaed 
gautkly-iwUiied bow" 

FOR KXHlKtTlON 
There was much more to the A.F 
‘•tury. It told how Nllsen. California* 
born had met the skipper of the 
junk at San Franeueo m IW3. when 
Amdir put In there on her j%j. via 
the Panama Canal, to New York 
fmm Victoria Ntlaen. young and 
adtenture-aeeking. Joined Amoy at 
the Qallfonila port, and after the 
craft ‘had been exhibited in various 
ptaeea for some two years be ac- 
quired her and did some exhibiting 
on hU own account fur a time. 

Amoy wiU be remembered by Vic- 
toria resideou familiar with water* 

^r<4tt happenings in the early '30's, 
when the strange-kwking craft 
areivcij from KtingkoTK with Oeorge 
Waard. his wife, and small too 
aboard. Norwegian-born. Waard was 
a saiki^ trained In another school 
of the ’ sea and had achieved the 
standby of an "old China-hand' 
and was familiar ’ with the sea- 
worthy qualuica saikin of Junks 
were inclined to swear by -not at. 

Believing in her ability to take 
anything the Pacific could furnish 
in the 1 H*>' of wind and wave and 
having a certain amount of confi- 



A SKort Story 

By RICHARD H. WILKINSON 



time 'f-/ stood ihete in sUence. 
Presently they heard voices ,aud 
knew that the girla had cmaa out 
onto the manda. It was impuwib-c 
to eloac their ears to w'tat Irma Iwaa 
saying without betraying Ihelr tmu 
preseoxwt and Myles was suddenly 
anxious not to accomplish this feat 
" — that's why." Irma was saying. 
*TTd glad of this c>p)>ortunity to talk 
to you alone Kay. You and Pafmrr 
arc Mylea* best friends and — tTve 
been wanting to talk to y'Hi about 
him for e^cr so king. It'> noilMne. 
I suppose, only 1 do love him: wbuUl 
be completely haiRiy with hlmj rx* 
^oept that— well. doesnT it strike you! 
that he's too sclf-oonieious. I too 
afraM of hurting sbmeonc else'.' 
feallnks? He seems always afrsid 
of asserting himself, of standing oo 
hli two fret. Why. I aeuially And 
myself being careful to spare him 
embair a ssmenu. if you know hhat 
I mean " 

In the dim light M>les tamed 
la (a«e Ms friead. There Were 
gUnU si anger la hb eyca. "Ex- 
ease aM." Jse «aW tensely. "I'm 
going eg there and tell that girt 
a few thtngx. Can't etaod mi my 
tws feat, rh? Haven't an opinion 
sf my swat Wed. by the Lord 
■arry. 111 show her!" 

"Shell love U!" Pdimer ,;r=r.-..a 
Myles started away and i'slmcr 
caught his arm. "Keep your H'm. 
old friend. The thing fthat I wgnteU 
go tell you and rouldnX wa< that 
you're aSout the isoet cxmceMed ass 
on record Luckily Irms helped me 
out. Take s Up and frcim now on 
pay attention to doing only your 
part - Itll work out better that >vay ' 
Myles turned back, hesitated, 
grtfmed "Palmer, thanks. Youte 
right Absolutely right Will you 
baby best man?" 

*^ou bet'" 

*Oood." Myles nrang awsy and 
went up the steps two at a i-' 
Through the tlviag-room door : i . 
■aw him eoming. mw him and 
iMd that miraculously her r. . ; - 

was smldenly complete 



B it by Mt. Myk» came to know 
aomirthmy ol Inna's past lift- 
Not through volamary and direct 
mentloo of U oo her part. The op- 
poaiic was, la tact, mere tbe ease. 
She spoke UUle « what bad hap- 
pened during the years before she 
mei Mylea But ooeasiooally. a re- 
mmk was dropped, there were re* 
gficaam and reactkns whkh eaabidd 
turn to build in Ale own mind a 
lalrly accurate picture, 
k There had been tragedy la the 
DIAaltSes, 



glrTs me. DHBialUes. struggle^ 
isiliuM hh* wai eMt* alew e la 
the wertd. A ttttlr afkald, craving 
eecarlly. Mylee settsed that la her 
lave tor Mm she had saUaAvd that 
-eravMf. It was this that arowerd 
la btaa the ftrs4 sagfcsilM of * 
dsMt. dhe weeded, wanted pro- 
leettoa and a irmpathetlc and 
helpfal friend. WUhowi Mm. oT 
eeesebedy she oeoM ahvave be 
efrsid. ahraye a trWo eeU-eoa* 



At the UiDc of tbeW ftrst meoung 
hie feeling had bora ooe of exubor- 
aneo..^ of glamour and romance, of 
tovo at dm sight and aicceos St 

haring fesmd at led Urn oao girl tn 



CHINCSC JUNK AMOY. Coptam George Woord. «h»ch reocheJ 'Viclor«o 
tro<n with hl< w>lc ond too oboo'd. 



SHru. tovi rrr Paim«r 

grinrad. 

the world that be wanted and 
oeadsd. Bven now. xrttbout bet. be 
realtacd he would be unhappy, and 
jot Ms happlneos waj not completo 

UaeansMovaly he found hl ta e Of 
patrotuslng. hunaicing her w«^- 
nsmee. araanglng matters go thm 
would be no ebanet of caualng her 
bumiUatloa. 

This was wrong. Myles knew R 
was wrong 

Bat the prebi r ta etUl remalnvd. 
end Ha eolotlda eoemed reeaet v . 
He eaat aboot for an awaww a^ 
fsand woee. At leagih he decided 
Is talk the matirr seer with Pat- 
mev Oakes. Pabarr and Palaeer't 
ysawg wife. Kay. were his best 
friends. They B^rd In PalrMof?*. 
so the nerth ihsre. and he rahed 
them Bp and wdud tf he and Inns 
might epend the week-end with 
thews. They woie. sf coarse, de- 
gpbted. 

^Ibd eo Irma snd Mylee drove 
dosm la Palrhiul|^ the folkiwtng 
■aiurday attems^ and after dm- 
apr the two awa ttrollod along the 
bMCh toewther. wavtag th^ girla 
With the (ttshea. P reoo n tly they sat 
down on a bouMe* and Myles, with 
mi^ry fet Ms eyes peursd oat his 
smry. 

'.^"Aod SO you srt,* he AnUhsd a 
halt hour lalor. nt'a somethiiai of a 
proMsfa. I shucUer at the thought 
of Invwttlng mywtlf with thkt ro- 
•penstbtUty. wktb always feeling 
apoisgeUe fur her. always trytag to 
ppar* bm entbanammenu And yoi 
X loot the girl ^ 

Painter wm« slUid for a king while. 
"It's difficult for ms to advise y«m. 
Mylea. I'm s aiarrled man and 
those thinm argnl quits as impiic- 
Unt to me smy »iua. Other ihirev 
?wiw oAm Ihelr pMeo. My viest- 
nottiL Is bouAd le be different Be- 



hu cunAdcnce in Mlf and host when 
Amoy rtegotlsied the North Psotf.c 
In fifty-six days, s raihcr remark- 
able performance In Itself. 

AccomplUhing something out of 
the ordinary, a feat which has never 
been duplicated, with so few hard- 
ships. Amoy became an object of 
interest to folk interested In smail- 
boat navigation and wa« exhibited 
in many United States pnris before 
Wsard finally disposed of her on 'he 
East coast. Then he returned to 
Britbh Columbia, engaged In fishing 
along the Coast aiul during the 
tittles went back to Hongkong snd 
sailed a small onem-buUt schooner 
back for Mamlaiul fishing tntere.AVs 

Now a resident of Callano Island. 
Waard. 1 fsnry. mould still Uke 
nothing better than to be navi- 
gating Amoy, or a craft like her. on 
a Pacific passage out of Hongkong 
for Vtctona. duplicating the 1330 
adventure, on which he told the 
writer hi» craft behaved like a reai 
bird of the sea all the way." 



Prance, after 50 years of growing 
old faster than any natinn in the 
world, now leads the western world 
in growing young. 

A population expert Alfred Sauvy. 
director of the Ineiitute of Demo- 
graphic Btudics. polnu out that 
Prance's birth rate, aversguig #50 OOO 
yearly for the last four jrearv. now 
ouuirtps that of any other western 
iiatiuo. 

Prance has gained an average of 
530.000 pnpuhmnn yearly through 
the surplus oi births over deaths 

Before the war the sllttatiun was 
m reverse. The average yearly birth 
rate was dbOOOO nnd Prance actually 
wav kialng population. 

‘ France was like a sinking ship.’ 
Sauvy In an interview. "Her 

blrvh rate was so low that the young 
generations were unable to replace 
the old in the life of theYoontry " 
MORE TIMF NFKnri) 

But even with the postwar s|Mirt 
in the birth mic more imv h needed 
to solve PrWnce's is>pulannn prob- 
lem Before, the Prench revolution 
in 1780 there wav one old person ft*r 
15 voung. Todsy there w one old 
for five youftc 

The fact that Prance itUi an old 
nation has r political impUratton 
wht<|h most people mim. Sauvy said. 
In the next general election, not 
later than the end of next year, the 
voterv' ace will took like this: 

31 to Id yean of age- 39 per cent 
<jtf ehglblcs 

- 41 to fO'years of age— 51 per cent 
rg eligible^ 

Over #0-33 per cent of ellftbles 



piecwi of sliver plate as a mart 
of ^e^pect and grautUde on the 
part of the public One was » 
large centerpiece of solid sliver in 
tlM form of a candelabrlum from 
th« cluxens of Wolverhampton; a 
lOlyer salver from the riUiens of 
Uegrpool "purchaved from the 
peftie subscribed by thousands ol 
hU fallow rlumu"; two silver wtne 
coalers from Glasgow and two sliver 
enlret dbhes brarmg the arm<wist 
ermt of Sir Rowland Hill pun-havd 
for him by general admirer? of hh 
Work. Later be receiveil from the 
Ctmmberlam of London a silver- 
gUt casket containing a grant of 
the Preedom of London. This piece 
shows the original design of the Mu;- 
ready emelope and an enamelled 
repll^ of the original Queen VR- 
lorla penny stamp 



"i"HX Post Oflke Msgas.tie. d! 

1 London. England, has recently 
brought to light a .few de- 

tails ol Rowland Hill tafterwanb 
Sir Rowland) tlmn are gcneralty 
mcuUoocd lA the Mographlcs. 

U coettmon kiu>gledge that, he was 
the instigatur of penny postage tn 
Great BrlUln which wu rstabU»hect. 
after consWeitable apposmon.. 
May ■ 1840 In 1137. Lswd Uch- 

flekl 1 was then Postmaster 
it said. "Of all the wild and 
V i; scheaws that I have ever 



Ivmor U worthily " Sad to (eti 
"autre temps, autre moeurs" and 
we often wonder what Sir Rowland * 
reflecticxu would be today when 
penny postage is oo ktnger. the 
rates being almost doubled due to 
higher coau of every! hlrtg. but this 
doee hot seem to have had any 
appreciable effect, upon the huge 
voluaie of mall in almost every 
rmuitry oo the globe We iUustraie 
herexriih an unused block ol fopr 
•>f the ftrvt stamp. 

• • • 

Purthcr Information on the new 
usue India rHeased on January 
3# U rmw fiirheomtng The 3 an- 
nas stamp will be red and show<- 
a bi'v and girt watching a crowd 
of cwTclli'rs .;..rrvmg the na'kmai 
banner The S'l annas stamp wit; 
be blue and vhow* a feathered pen 
sr>d an inkpot against a backgrouno 
of Oandhi^ favonie Hindu verw 
The 4 antias In violet shows a sbeat 
nt eom and a plough Ths 13 an 
nas maroon sbiiw* a cptn&lrig wheel 
at>d materials which slghfy home 
tndustrl«B. The stamps bear the 
date pf issue and xriU be printed hy 
the Trsdta Security Press tn Nsalk. 



Thea* glTt-v. of great historic im- 
portance. have ni>« been pre.vcnunl 
to tbe Post Offk-e and indirectly 
|4> the nsiutn by the two survivihg 
grwAdMkis of Sir Ruwlsiki l4u 
Col. H W. Hill CMO DSb 
arul M4'i*r dBUterre HlU. Thgsg 
piece? >4 plate hsvr bee n perm^'.- 
en'ly inatoUed m a «peci.ii dt.vp«> 
case ia«ct bi (he walls 'll the pulgi<' 
ewunter at, the In l.-.h 

dpn. cm June 3 at a special cefe- 
ni.->ny. the Imd Mayor of Lon^^i 
Sir Oeorge A.rlwen. after a 
by tbe P<-;(maAter Oencral. tn- 
augwrated the dUptar by unlorklns 
tbe vieel shutter that mfeguahlH 
these mementos. The PostmailM 
concluded Ms v peech with the woixH 
Thank you. Cohmei HID and yew 
brother You have laid on u# • 
trust, and we shall do our best %o 



heard br read ‘of. IhL l»laii U the 
saoal «xira<wdluary.'' la ref» =Tr-=; t* 
RuwUnd Hill's p ropose d Idrs that s 
staniani price of Id per letter w\>uU 
mull tn itlereasrd reveiHre ih thr 
latM run Later toed Lii-hficld 
flatly wald the achemr was imisv- 
But he was wrong and after 
*'a nation-wide agltalloh an Act of 
ParUament authorising a uniform 
rate of postage was mtiflrd Row- 
land Rtfl was knighted In IMO. 
toUowtng the s u rcess of his project 
and was the rectidMit M numerous 






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DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C SUS'DAV. MARCH 5. 1050 



MA6A2IHC SiCnOM 



An Echo From London's Gaslit Era 



Collins Theatre 
Keeps Tradition 



L‘ 



By TOM KING 

L OHOOM — CoUtm Music K*u IM 
•t (te rtid of • four-pMin^ Mu 
na» from PleeadiUy. Wt c y»mn 
there ***** the tourlM bock tmo the 
coeitt erm of t^Ktnn’i hutory 
Coilku 4 om ooC pretond to bo m 
the fMh>0€i»hh» w«m Bod. but ume 
when every haiumB eofehu korw 
the vny fo the tttUe tiMotre ot Is- 
Or— Q hero ode ootdd 

find — Mid ewD suit And (odor — 
robuct entertoinmrot omoof the 
peoptc who moke up r— I 

London. 

Xoimcion li one of the ouny bor- 
ouf be whveh Ue o mUo or ao ootmde 
(he Lendtm moeC eMtora kaow It 
I* not ci^eiuiee or —cluMv* ond M 
hoe few of ihc orthodno UMriat ot> 
tnoUono but it Bhould not be mimed 
by onyone who woato (e do more 
liion MTolch ihp nrtoce of the 
fr— toot cHy tti Uu world. 

COTBNBT UV«8 TMBBf: 
Upper «roet, XtUwvtoo. Uw noia 
Chorot^hfore. to n— for to the hoort 
of London thoD nceodilly Ctmu or 
Lrlr— lor Squore. Xu tahobUonu 
ore Oockneya, bora ond brod In Lon- 
don for fonoroUono; eowure who 
flock to Hompot—d HooUi m their 
nmnfllod 'iMorly'* rocmlio on Au«— t 
Bonk Bolfoor And wilx^lod with 
them ore thoet Immicronu from 
holy. Oormonr, Ruodo. Potond. 
Ore OOP ond evovy JewUh eommunity 
from (he Bottle to the Botkoiu to 
odd oolor. buihum oc u moo ond o 
dleeroiiy of tontpioo to London '• Ufe. 

Upper atnwt hoa both dlfnity ond 
Impudence. oM- world chons ond 
buty eulicortty- R lo troelouoly «lde 
ond the footwoJk la rwleod from the 
rood by three brood atoate aiepo. 
The buiblincs repiWoont rrery siyM 
of orchBeetusw of the loot 3M yoon 
ond more but the shop tranu ora 
oncnmpricnialQf ly Stth century. The 
*Tui— Btod." the ’^CboceioCe Ktn«' 
ond eUwTo proeloim thetr seU-b»- 
stowod aceoretc*!^ In chromium ond 
acortet; hire - purchoae furniture 
etoreo >wtto aecohei-hood cloihee 
ahepe; ettemoi ond penny oreodee 
beckon wtth brMbt ttfhlo. Xn nrorby 
Ctaopei Market amUholderK cry their 
worm ttt o wihitttre of Cockney 




— Tta— 

COU.IHS MUSIC MALL. IsMnpton. London, whera -mny of the ^ ^ "T^ 

du public Don Leno. Fred Komo. Horry Tofo. Gnxg. Robey, Groce FieWt or. mm. of the fomoua orlotes. 

poet ond prMOrW. who hovo proced >ts boor* 



humor o»d cooUneotol po n o che — o 
MlUnc ftapeo who booeta: 
“Beory one o floao gf wtoe' le • 
toir oKompie 

A fi—a blond b UM bu* tormit 
of Upper Street la mn kto n Orecn 
ond faelnc the freen atonda CoUina 
Uualc HaU. 

WINDOWS or ruB 

<^Uiw boa mode few co nc oa akm a 
to the march of ume and the onniah 
of aopbMUcotlofl typified by the cm~ 
emoe and the ‘‘Bollywood Shoe Cen- 
tre* oert— tbt way. Tht otteodonu 
ore beefy mm. ex prafknM*iol box- 
era for the moot port, clod b roufh 
iertry and quite equal to deal in* 
with ony dlaturbonce which might 
aiWt b tho houae But oudtenc— 
today, though aoanetimeo o»er-voeof 
tn their enthuaioem. are wcQ be- 
hoved. CoUina la well provided with 
bora and. Indeed, prveenta to the 
world, not the facade of o 
but the wladowi of o eoey Tmb.* 
the l^<ado«Q Arma. 



Tht Lonadown Anna la. b fact 
Lhe por—t of the bualc hoU. tor It 
woe tn thia very bar that Itth cen- 
tury potrona were regsted, not tmiy 
with beer, but oMo with aooga or 
fsj 7 fP«V» patter by on rntertober en* 
gaged by on eotcrpriabc Undlord. 

8WUP MADE GOOD 

More —ierprUbg atlU woa Sam 
<yMn«, a chimney sweep who m o d e 
good ond bought the property. U»n- 
mg it bto a mualc hail The L«ns- 
(Kfwh Arms remobed. but there woe 
the arMltinn of o large holL when 
potrona sot at ' tobMa to be served 
with food ond drbk while they were 
ontenomed by o show on the stage 
under the direction of o trodiuon- 
ally Bilk - hat ted chairman. 

Nowadays the aikUeoce dt b 
th— tr« aeote drbking le cmAned to 
the bon and the show le oeorer 
burtcaqtie than voudevlUe. flut the 
old atmosphere of boUteroua cam- 
erodle temaba and the arUaU are 
afvoyi to be ■era drink mg o flom 



ot beer with members of the audl- 
enoe durtng the mtermbskm. 

BIG NAME ABTUTS 
The present proprietor. Lew La k e, 
•ueeceded hla lather, on actor- mao* 
ager of the some name. Lew. a* be 
m known to hobtuas of OoUtos and 
the Lonadown Anna and to mueiB 
K^ii artists throughout the country, 
W proud of hla roOectloo of signed 
phoiographa. old programa and poa- 
tcra. which include almoet every (a- 
mous na **** of BrtUah voudevUle. 
ma Kamo. Harry Tote. Don Leno. 
Kale Carney. Horry Champkm, 
O— rge lUkiey. Oracle Plelda. 
Tommy Tnnder ore some of the fo- 
moua artiets who laid the founda- 
tions of the tradition which the 
Colhns Muok Hall of today mob- 
toifw. The •onga the old-umen 
song ore sUU the (ovoritea of today's 
audiences. They sound their bert 
m a theatre peopled by the ghosta 
of show businoae— CoUina Music Hail 
na Islington Green. 



Sittins 6n the Fence By Nathaniel Gubbins 



Msa Baralo Bwclk. d ia p Mr e rt 
grrat • gr— t • crondmoUier tram 
BdMmI. who wfi be log years oM 
next ■emth, baa flown fram Brtt- 
Ob b New York *b etort « aew 
Ufe." 



H 



tYA. trmAma. mokek fowr sWp- 
Of— t • fr«df * irmi d ma. foil •/ 

era 

ffeve a kigAbwfl. wAwd — aapp 
Wrloame ID tht V^Ji 
orewf-preof- g r— f w a . as— < mg pofa. 
AM frtm per i od -<-ewfa. 

Neo Tork Ifirrer Moo York Tvmm, 
AU "Spirters. ifa r pe g to crimtt. 
Kret^ thm keOtiag — pee d gwg 
Wfla ««i so easy oo tAe — 
Orewdmo. ferpM thoi pom. 
Grandma. Ar*t a woes raaf man. 

Or— I- >f sal prawgma. aint it loa 
ro ram* lAe age o/ a— efo-afna* 
Whtf4 yn e— rvy. <aAe‘g ya maef. 



THIS WICK'S COVIt 

THm h Nonorad Cdueonon 
YTsut- ANSwuph educatfon 
gom «rt Nwouphou r the — or. 



dm — t cwiip<Mt****«**M of the 
and fonks b the KMra 
T>wi week's cwvar n n— Poke 
el i»w advofwa of Kierae 
eduewMonof locdlHee 
pRfw«ded by *ht Dora.n«en ond 
prvrww— Addittorwl pKhiras 
mov be found on pages 6 nnd 
7 0 * (foa iraia 



Wkod pa dftiU and wAnd p4 mi? 
Whot o/ lA* aw trip? Scotod? 
Affmd? 

Wkad ya lAbk of horthott aW* 
Wkkd pa lAmk of Cmrpmot Woom an . 
Niagara rtOM and Nreiideaf 
j-rowmof 

Como on. grandma. sAoof tAe works. 
Mom €po Mkt thorn Amsrton forho? 

!$ oM Jot gbhis gain loa fm? 

Wh&t poor fmoeriu motto mart 
Blind gn know of ovohMem* 

BkaTs tht Assmrwn ewwMtfoolfon* 
Powd of asoMe. food of books* 

Mem dW kaop (A«m taen age looks* 
Coott an, grandma, let « go. 

Orooi • graaf • grandma, wAad d>a 
knase* 

OMm grandma. Now ter*ra lAnmgA 
flogs all Mg -Good lock la go** 

New UM htrt* Btfort tit PoM 
Mophe goo'C ran a pM-asf stall 
Or asagbr. grae. go**re on oar hsf 
dwofkar Moo York eohsmolit. 
Orondnsama. gow'ra «m4*y-m*r 
flwf yrandmama. yo«*ra do— ioa. 

GOOD GAD. SIB 
Andre Bobrnsnii, Premch oow- 
•tdor -—**** occuaed b BoMnd ef 
spying. Mid *T om a — y becoiSM 
I like the work.* 

ka bfo sswfty a BetStek tsmeral B 



The time haa oome. my boy. le 
decide whet i^ ra gubg b Re when 
yon grow up 
roL Mr. 



Bow would yew Ukc to be a soldier 
Uke am? 

No. tAashk yon. sw 
WeU. (hwi. a mlfor Ukc ytmr 
Uncle OaorgcF 

No. sw Bot a sador. th. 

Oh. wefi I fuppoac it'll be the 
Air Berce Ail the young fellows 
want to fly 
/ don't wnaf to ftp. mr 
Dont tafl me yon want to he a 
paraent 

No, isr. t want ID W a ipg. Mr 
•ay that agata. 

A tpp. Mr. I moot th Meat tAa 
pimtu of tke fort. Mr. wsd sarnk ba- 
Abd scren u and ooerkewr y noale 
eowaw— tions . . . and hoot torrti 
m— tinge w<tk bewaftfiif womra. Mr 
Ton unbankable HtUe end. Why 
do you thmk I sent you to k pukhc 
seboolT 

can't say. iM. Bat iTs prstty good 
training, f aiwags Moit tht amneers 
«o oanstnaMons and soM tArm lo 
tAr begs. QoMt proPtobU. Mr. « 
Tb t should have a s(b Uka 
you. Oei oaL 

Ytt. to. flaf before f go mag I 
hood back ihsat drtaUs of tht Am- 
poWhon of flrWiMt troops afl oner 
dM Martd. Mr? 

Ton took them CraM ms daekT 
Loti omht. mr. t oouM hoot sold 
CAam to a forttpn rm b a s — for gafoa 
m pnrksC Bmi t e u oldn'f do « to 
my own fofkar. Iren a spy Aas a 
tootcitnet. Mr Good-bye. Mr. 

END 

Aakad B the hydrogen bo— D 



start a of reaetlona 

which wotdd dwtrny tho earth. 
PrediMor Gray, American atomi c 
•cMnUat. mM: "PoMibIt. but not 
probable. Bat I •— ao cau— for 
alarm. After alL the earth M 
eniy a Uny ptanat la a vnat laM- 



Platter 

Chatter 

COMERT Ml'tilC 

Just about the ultimate la music 
4 fid performance la to be bad tn the 
flrat eight preludes and flgurea of 
Bach's "Well - Tempered ClavkT* 
played by Wanda Landowska oo her 
harpsichord. <RCA Victor six ‘I- 
inch rpJB 'k.) Marking the WKh 
annivenaa of the master's death, 
the— records also are the llrit In- 
stalment of Miss Laodijwskk's will- 
fol legacy to musicians and music 
lovers. 

Now 71 yean old. she has reeoeded 
all iS prehidm and fugues which are 
tn two aets of one prelude and fugue 
for each td the keys, arranged 
chromatically rather than by key 
relaUosia. Victor plana to release 
the— 4k chapters of m—ic's blbJe 
tn batch— of eight and presumably 
will release them aU during Uita 
Bach bicentecmlsU. 

TAKEN ON FAITH 

The result of Mias Landowska's 
considerahlc undertaking will be ac- 
cepted on faith by all who know her 
_Huid who doesn't know her after 
her long Ufe of luminously pro)sc(cd 
m— Iclanahlpt A reviewers eom- 
oMst bogs h— vUy by beta* super- 
Suoua. Therefore, let it be limited 
tiP this' you haven't really heard 
Bach's keyboard music until you'va 
heard it played by thia subUme art- 
lat cei her harpsichord. She is 
the gr— t Bachlana of our 



Oaig a fmy maa yow are ka a fortti 
of May (f— s; 

Or a man e* a ffoy mo waf a — law 
tmetotrd bg fmy seas. 

And aobody o— ta tht htmttphtrt. 

if aayoae fleas so for. 

Woo/d turn a hotr, or tromkit to 
Mara, if poor maumturt oorth 
to foil of ears 
rwraed tale a fiommp Mor 

Onip a tray ssaa yew art. la a Mag 
rtfy gwaO. 

With sufflo— Of othor Mag maa. 

troppod In a imp kefl. 
flsd CAo— wAo gweiZ, V dtotO thop 
do. m wprMs beyond tht torn 
wm Mhtd mo toor. if a flasA aad a 
smear, lafl aU wAo waick fo 
tho homuphtro 
Toor imp root M raw 

OmJp a tmg maa you ora. yo* and 

yo« 0 - ttny wifo. 

in yowr Mag koa— m a Mng loss*. 

befog yo*r (sag bfo. 

And non# mho fl— ka (As forger 
fond# baAmd TAa Jrdkg Wag 
Wdl fttl a paag. or cars a hoop, or 
fora a hood ot tho ttmp baag 
rk— rmls yowr tfoy dag. 



Another newly released Bach 
foe— Is the third motet. "Jesus. 
O— I— t Master." sung by a chorale 
ci two MJpranos. silos, tenon and 
tia— directed by Robert Shaw. 

• RCA Victor, four V-inch 4* 
r pm 'Ll It measui— with Shaw's 
noUbk serl— of Bach recordmgi 
without entirely equaling the pcac- 
Ucally ftawlaM performances of the 
yptruw Mam and the MagniflcaL 
This one has been made a bit ohiu— 
by artlnem — a preoccupauon with 
polyphonic exacUUidc at the espenw 
of content. And what was * he point 
of translating the text from the 
Carman when the singers make the 
English a mumblC'JtunbleT 

j— n Francali. engagingly youlb- 
ful Prench composer who has bee* 
sparsely recorded, now ts available 
us his Serenade for 'Twelve Inatni- 
menta. conducted by Cugen Jochum 
(Capitol -Tclefunken. lO-incb LP 
backed by his previously released 
CancerttDo for Plano and Orehes- 
tra-i It Ims gaiety, smiimem. orig- 
Inattty and a fast flowing anlmatioei. 



Frigid Water 
Heats^Home 

An sfortrlral oigineer is uatng the 
ley watma ^ Lake Minnetonka m 
Minnsanti to b—t hla hoow. 

Robert PUlmors, a Ohlvenlty «f 
Minnfants esiginacrtng tnsiructor. 

to demonstrate some of the 
i‘--orifa be teaches by experunent- 
om wMft liM *M)am on the lak* 

Bs buiK a pump from omterlals 
bot«ht from a retail Mars. The 
pta^ draws in yg-degr— cold water 
from ttar lake and cfrcolatas 14 
chrotMh a cbemlral agent which 
towers the vmperatura to Yd de* 
gr— s. hke s frsning unit. 

The pump extraefo MioBe 3t Biit- 
— > thermal units of h— t from each 
gwBcm of water. The thr— degree s 
of b—t gencratad aa the water tem- 
paraOirc la drop ped le pumped tM 
the form of warm water ihrtMigh a 
network of smaXl pipes hxn ted m 
the eHltng of his home 
Tho operation matnuins the 
he— e's temperature between T4 and 
Tl dagr— a. and the lyvtem gives a 
t-tTri**** utimtnre from floor — 
eaitec 

TOaore — ys hr pays a tlM elec- 
tric bin for the pump m a normal 
Winter wairsi That'i about what 
It would coat to beak bk bo— c with 



MAftAXMC nenoM 



DAILY COLONIST VICTORIA, B.C . Sl'NDAY. MARCH 5. 1950 



Ti 




Old Homes and Families By j. k. Ne.bit» 



I .N the Uie Ws tv of the tn«- 
chant neris of ^tlluun PuJier 
and a>n of LiveT--^ wen? m the 
Bay of Bi*:ay, o(je homebound 
from India, the oj^-r outbound 
There were 14 ihip'] In kU- 

A gr— t storm up and when 

It was over but oT;^ ship was left. 
William Puhrr vk.^ a ruined man. 
He had to start Ufe afi— h. afm 
being one of the leading citlarns of 
LivrrpooL 

•Bnuth Columbia was m the Eng- 
U-'h nesrt thm. It was a far away 
land where gold made men rich, 
a Ittnd where a man without too 
much money could be happy and 
content, a land that could do with 
mm of pioneer spirit and rugged 
Indivlduaium. 

8o it was that the tragedy that 
day In the Bay of Biscay worked 
outato the advantage of Bntlsb 
Columbia. Ptsher came here In IMO. 
Uked It, returned lo England for 
his family and be and hla* wife, 
three soru and a daughter reached 
B<>qiUjnaJt In the — iling vessel 
Birathallan tn 1884. 

LOVE OF SHIPH 
Fisher's F^oUy they called the 
great rambling hcMoe that Pisher 
buUi on the rocky ahocellne of Bs- 
quinmlt, looking to Brothers Island 
and the waters of the Strait. It 
WM a castle-like place, with lurreU 
and a tower and because Fisher 
loved ships be fitted the tower as 
a Khip'i erowmaat and there he 
bad hla blnoculara, so that he could 
see the sailing vessels round Race 
Rocka 

Pisher called his home *nic Pwt. 
His grandson. Harry Pooley, KC.. 



WILLIAM FISHER 
dosi>. mep ond vim 

rrmrmben It as a drafty place, the 
wind wtusiUng la one window and 
out another But It wm a fine home 
for ibe grandchildren and when 
they tired of rt—plng through the 
btg rooms they could pfoy on the 
beach and paddle logs out to 
Brnrhefo Island. Mr Fisher wm a 
■ justice of the peace and Dried a 
courtroom in The Pewt Mr Pootry 
M a nnall tmy peeked at the trials 
and It WM thra he d««!ed that 
some day he would be a lawyer 
POLmCAL LIFE 
puher WM here but a few yean 
when he WM to the thick of 
puiiUcs He nnt ran for Esquimalt 
seat to the Legislature to 1871 The 
Colonist noted "Bsqulmalt dlstnet 
^threv new candidates are out In 
this district, vis. Messrs Olbbs. 
Cauller and PUher Messrs Gibbs 
and CauUer favor the immediate ac- 
ceptance of the Canadian tariff, 
whsch so far as Mr Caulirr la con- 
cerned U a strong point, as he la a 
practical farmer. Mr Pisher will 
support the rateniton ot the preaeot 
tanif. which wUl make Canada a 
clean present of many thousands of 
dollars per annum. However, there 
Is s dash, snap and trim— a boUJne— 
and pluck about the —me geotle- 
Dun s address that will wm hMa 
many votes from thuae who del— i 
kod water, either m a beverage 
or to poUU— * 

Mr puher published hU mani- 
festo: *I can a— no necessity for 
hofoUng party colors and will ftiUow 
DO imoertain sound. I ha— no 
confidmoe to tho— who anUrtpata 
Um fosy wh— tha gram dai —imu fo 



•s- 

i; 

f' 

' t... 

-If 



gi— (Ij brlovad by all wbo tr.j-yuc 
ths pleasure of her acqualntanec ' 

The naxt year som— 
again lo the londy widow— to TYw 
Fort Aztoth— of Jiia aooa this 
Azkdrew, died a violent d— th Hr 
was drowned to the Pra— r Rl'^t 
and The Oolonut said: Thr 
twrugrence has cast s gUean O' < i 
the community. Mr Puher being s 
moat Bbeod and wholaaouled n >• 
terd working and todusthous* 

But Mr PUher's daughter Et 
beth WtUicImlna. who was Mrs 
E. Pnoiey. lived not too far a - 
fro— The Port. Her home • 
Pemhilt. aUo to Bsquimalt, and : 
Piitoer frequently walked aloof tl * 
BsQUlnmU Rond to a— hU only . in 
and there were grandchildren ' r-- 

and in Uaw the wbtte-batred >: : 
man w— happy attain. 

He Ihed nn another nine 
and In May of >fol he died at 
Pooler home The CoInnlM — •*' 
Mr Fisher was the eldest son rd 
Mr WUliam Puher of C :•? 

BtMland. and dalmad descent ^ 
a twuUMC of Bishop puher of 
Rhcheatier who wm executed n - 
lev tha men of Htetry VTH l- = 
was born March 18. IIU. snd ^ 
foa vtng school served his * 

ship with AM. J. N. Woods of 

acqulnag the b— dom of * *'-'-1 
borough and oUaliang. later ic>. 
that of tfva lOfoMcUee cities td 
BristoL WexJofd and Waforlard 5lc 
enterod to Itn the inllucoiial lif -u 
of WUham Puher and Bun of lA't^r- 
pool M Junfor partn— . The : 
uwilod the Queb— and Mont^al 
Ihae of scaamert which wm 
.•oded by the wed-known Alton 1 4 . ■' 
In 1841 he WM eleetad to the I^****" 
pool town council, becoming a n=->* * 
ber of the Mersey Harbor P m. 
He aerved o* Ihe Poor l*w • r 
mimkofl. w— a dlrocVw of * =\ 

1 -1 



^gt>— n«u ■ a Arratvw 

esquimalt village *0 the eo»*y days; the F.vher rooftopt rnoy be Seeo I" eai'emo *«ft bond corn—. 



now claim to prop up their sinking 
cause by clsklmlng him m a govern- 
ment luppprtar.* 

Pisher this time won and — t to 
the Legislature for thr— yvara. 

TEndPED CHARGES 
But U. waanT easy going. He had 

ftfirtniti M well m frtonda. 
The of March M. I8TI, 

brat Use atory of one of the— 
occasions: ’PoflUcal high jtoks ai 
p—wto's Bridge euprema Check! 
Oocte and randals tram Vtctorto 
ask Mr puher to resign —Ob Batur- 
day a m— ting took pla c e at P— - 
{ton’s Bridge and w** » tmeot dfo- 
graoeful affair wmiar— to— 
br—Mht down a full load of que— • 
looking passengers who had bran 
drummed up In Vkrtorla by B— vra 
end Htonphreys The elertoei who 
were p e e e e n t were n— rty aR mor 
who had opposed Mr PUh— at ilw 
law efoctlon and the few fo hU 
supporters who took the trouble fo 
go '— w at once that the whole af- 
fafl w— a got-up arrangesDcnt to 
attempt lo coerre that gentV man 
end wl— Jy took na part whatsoev— 
m the proceedings Had they as- 
iMnpted to ipeak they would ha- 
bran tnaulted by the rowdy t—nlb— 
freight 

HTRAP or P.4PFB 
Mr PUh— —begged tor no ta- 
.{^Tupuons. toll fair pfoy aa be had 
U— n unj— tly Umliad to naif an 
hour. The soeoa that loUowad waa 
shameful Every oiom— it far wm 
totemiptad by mm on all aorta of 
q— auona One man would ask a 
queatioB. go out and take a dr—k 
and th— » ask another without wait- 
ing tor ao answer w. . foth—. 
gdd to thfo the shuitars of the two 
wtndows were dmuliknaoualy cfoaa d . s 
Uaring tha —am to a tow— daiknc— . 



1883 



are pained 
demUe of 

11 am 



ANDREW 

^^^roglc 

g—cased lady wm lakeu ill on Wed- 
neaday with an attack of bronchMs 
end tnOammatlan of the lungs. She 
wee a daughter at John Btrab td 
L— s Ban. Oldham, near Mancb— • 
t— atul WM married to Mr. PUh— 
nearly 48 years ago. JMr. to— e 
PUher of tbe Bank of BrtUsh Oo- 
lumbla and Mr. Andre* PUhar. both 
.jf New W-unlnto— . a— *ma and 
Mta. Pooley. wife of 0. E Poofoy, 
MFF . U a daugbt— <d the da- 
tmooi Mra PUh- wm egcendlngfo 
imlili*- and klrvdhearted and was 



4 

FISHER 

yooddooghv— . 



'Phe himself wm b—sd 

to aay 'thu la dugraceXto ' 

The m— ung raged on and tha— 
was plenty of name calling to that 
good old fMhicned way that made 
poimce to thtw days vital aad 
sparklufo. Before Mr PUher left 
the ifoUonn. havtog bean howled 
down aft— half an hour "the chalr> 
man banded him a dirty piece of 
pap— which be Informed him wm 
a requLqtioo to resign * Tb — 1 came 
a want of oontoden— to resofuUoo to 
puher— "Conflden— to Mr WB- 
H»ma sraa voted ond ihr— groans 
for PUh— thr— groans for the 
MfoUtry, thr— cheers f— Willlasae 
and the chair ended the exhRMtfon.” 
A coUectloa was taken op to put 
an adverij— ment In The Standard. 
The Oohxitot. It appears, being a 
Pisher rupporter, was eald- 
shouldered when It came to.adv— - 
ualng. Bo The Ooloalst noted to 
Its news column that 8380 *— 
«?oQected "and handed to the ee- 
port— <if The Standard who re- 
cvlvad fl. thankfully and immedi- 
ately mvfsted une bit m a drink.* 
That WM the merluig at Parenok 
Bridge. No wonder the whole town 
WM intervKied in poUtka. T— tgues 
wagged tor daye. Even the fodfos. 
in their parlon. aald 
tuL Th^ didn't, of 
i(uc2l optofona to thefr 
wlvga to tho— days 
praedito even saenUiasi 
DOMEHTK' 



Communism will prevalL 1 am I— 
building up and not f— pulling 
<lown. r will nelth— work n— 
manoeuvre for fomll and therefore 
b«ve no plund— to off—. I wUl 
fav— no monopoly, but encourage 
every individual and pri— te ent— - 
jHise srlth a hearty and healthy 00 - 
opermtlon of every Intereat f— the 
general good and 00 tho— prto- 
etplca Z am prepared to stand — 
fan.* 

NOTHING SECRET 



Tb— c were many lively m— tinfo 
to old Bfouimalt (own. Of one Th* 
mid: "Mr. PUh— —to a 

— ry eloquecii addreas, cut Into Mr. 
Brawnk remniks In a gallant style 
He took Mr Peatt and Mr Brown— 
who had mlg much to fav— of fr— 
edumtloo— to task f— sending their 
t— ider tub— thr— — four miles to 
•chool while thgy kept thelc big 
children to Ignorance at home lo 
wDik f— thcfoi: be would excel tho— 
genUemen to UbensUty and wuuld 
compel paregts to send thefr chU^ 
dren to school 'applsuse ‘ He would 
five ev«wy man a fair day's pay 
f— a fair day's work and would 
drtrauid a fair day's work tor a fair 
days pay. If elected Mr Puher 
Mid he Wtaild not w —heme 
through thr kibbler afid whk^per In 
the gallcnea. As the gallant knight 
had shouted 'all ahiard f'*r the west' 
he would shiait all open, obuie 
board here 

It WM at this point a storm Urrjke 
out. Brown and PUh— got imn a 
squabble The pap— went or . ‘ Mr 
PUh— cUimed that he had paid tor 
the repairs to the seboulhouse jod 
that Mr Brown wbo talked so 
loudly now on the bl—slngn of edu- 
cation refused to pay one cen*. to- 
wards It. A great deal of oosifusius 
here occuiTDd. Per sonaUtt— we— 
exchanged and at last the chair* 
>w,Ti arc— a>Mi ‘choked off Mr. 
Brown to the midst of a kmg 
harangue " 



C. E Pooley. wbo wm PUher's 
Boo-ln-fow WM reiunilng offlc— oa 
electfob day and waai't happy wh — 1 
he had to annmin— that PUh— 
WM defeated 

Pour yean lat— Pisher wm back 
Info the fray. He wm «tm fighting 



MR. AND MRS. WILLUM 
FISHER. JR. 

.-“they lived "Oe for from The Fort. 



lor' oompoUory cducauuu. Ihe 
Colonist editorially exposed skime 
strange hanky-panky;— "As we m- 
pected. the government cl ai m Mtr. 
PLsh— was a govemmeni member. 
Havtnx opposed him by every device 
to thetr puwer, having pas—d afoc • 
tlac day at Par-ton's Bridge etecUom- 
eertog against 1dm; and having be- 
srtught >aa the Premi— did) on* of 
the muet influcailai men to Esqtil- 
malt district 't— Ood's mke to to- 
turn anybody bot Mr PUh—' they 



MRS WILUAM FISH8R 
f - Mm mot of—obie 

guidance com pant—, a td 

Lloyd's comwUi— I— the ' i 

mtam of shipjilnc. of the ..“m tt— 

af the Bhfo Owners' 
toe ipup Building (.'• to 

oddlUost to which be wm - 
nUy connactod with a 
ahiianihrapkc. b—rary and < ‘ ■fr in- 
rtltuU—u He ftrst arrfved to BC. 
In 188B besng a delegate U> ^ ^ 
to the year succeeding, wtur 
the ob)cct of a— urtng 
and a mail subaidy f— .n-.,r;rr^ 
po— al oomm i m i r a Unn . »4r T. 
had ennsid-abfo abUltp m a c ‘.'U 
man and a eitfosr, hU - r 
latoSng f— hfl* a very c l’ 
KMOuni of r— pec* and - '■* •'* * 



AFPRAlStRS AMD 
AUCnOMflRS 

Maynard & Sofk 



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r\r>AV. Nr 5 . lojo 



MA«AZIMC SfCTK»H 



nion 



Song Famous Between Wors 
Composed by Victoria Man 
By G. E. MORTIMORE 

Oucton h«ve W«n pickinc thrfn out 
«vcr sioer. Al 1 m 1 c*niDt ih«rr 
17 lelt 

Ooc Md rr«uU of tbi» •ffctr w«» 

tK«t u b«wJCbl bU p4ftOO-pUjr1nc 

teyn to ■ tul] >t 09 Fiom that umr 
onvard be oouki pltiy oo more ac- 
oampanlineniA tb ilns-aonfs. or 
plonk out the tuna* he compuaed 
The oQOipoelUnn be did &loe» had to 
eo 0 >e atratght fruea hla head to the 
mctsic-#heei 

HTMOR IN ROM«i 
Pew of hli> aooCs are about apec- 
laoular. ahlttlnc warriors louod 
• Aod aaeka'' much more tniere<»iinc 
One of hta famatn baUada befU» 
wKh ihejie Uncs' 

fkmouA natn**' la 



It b ver> uaae au forget their oatural (c«c‘ 
if aod Me- dnruif the aoow. god ebange ttoeti 
f diet Several were parked up dead 
The mullt- The elikitadae. with thetr faatherro 

Thla ODKn frieoda about tbe aame aWe a^ 

ji aapaniea thcmaelvc*. bacaaie very tame, and 

a producing a eraaed to enjoy keuig walled oii 
d bulbs at Tbe guail aiayed In their own 

ed either av groups and waued a short dlataoce 

Milfaa. away lor 70*4 to abtarel the anoa 

BT Japaneae aaay before feeding tham.^ Doe 

grown oul> graup of 14 came regularly twice a 

«a not pro- day« on tne lawn in front of tbe 

ut only an building for their rauoa. 
tlcnUy Uatau TfU: PflP.AKANTS 

'The pheasants could be Men m 

A. Tha pro- 

■gmenu at vwkrd more beauUful at any umr 
than when atandtrig im the «k>« 
with cedar treaa pt a backgrtMod 
After g few days they appeared to 
be walling aa it for a valet to cleat 
Sway tba snow and (hen the butler 
to aeive the tunch The most out- 
atanding bird. In our obacrvstlons 
was the aky^k Porty-four were 
ftrat oottoed below the layfhg- 
bouaes. and ibcy bad a hard tune 
tfvmg to ptck^ and scratch thro^' 
the snow w> rtnd the seeds of the 
grsren and wild plants that thrv 
live on After a Utile while their 
featheri nifflad and the Wrd» 
bwked Hke tennis bahs arattered on 
the snow 

•loacr DorsTPiTi. 

A piece of grmmd was cleared 
and uu»e wheat, ensahed oats, and 
Uytne mash was placed m MUIe 
hesfw on the ground f^ie aky- 
larkr Hew awe? at the time of ap- 
proachhit to clear the snow Shcrtly 
afer feed was scattered you cesild 
bear them chatterlfig and when 
conpnc toward the feed, they would 
v wi'op d*iwn lo within three feet of 
the ground and snake <|airc a noise 
aa though adting one atv'Uher K K 
was feed they taw or a trap Then 
they flew in a bic circle a nomber 
of time* getting higher off the 
ground \intU they reached the 
hehrht they avuanv ger to In the 
Spring, before dropping like a rock 
af'er ihev had finished ihclr u»n« 



T R^ mall bag' broogbi us many 
aoqumaa duiteg the past weex 
an pswulne. gralUng and spraying 
(r^ troaa Cceidac. straamUneiJ 
pasBph^ are avaUaMe on these 
p ha sea a< gardaolag Pruning 
sh^isld be eempletsil as seao as poa> 
mbld so that the baattog p r o ces ses 
wdl have a ebanca to repair tbe 



A ny man wbo can laugh al s 
war which left him with two 
doaen bomb fragmanu nevtUng near 
hla funnybonc h a man Indeed. 

The man la Ooiooel R Roaa Na- 
taar. IM7 Muntrnac. author ot the 
uetw*er-wan aong “How That I've 
<$een Marie** and a boat of rtb-Uck* 
•ing baUadn which made many a 
lll4-tt comrade weep tears of mirth 
into his wine in the fatamineu of 
Prance and Belgium 
ScoiUab-born Col. N»|uer was 
wounded three times while tervlng 
ss staff captain. inieUtgrnce with 
tbe Canadian Second Brigade 
He thinks his tint wound, on the 
lag. should not be eomtied “I got It 
•to St. Patrick's Day. ItIC. and It 
was a mistake, because T sagged 
when I should have gigged If I'd 
been an IrUlunan Instead of a Scot. 
1 w«ild have rigged “ 

ritieiX Utl) IT 

The second "packet' badly disabl'd 
hb> tight arm. ITie third came wlien 
he was dutng a fast *alo ride away 
from an advandng line of Germans 
after carrying out reconnaissance to 
gain Information about effects of 
tbe first gas attack on French colo- 
tual troops 

Re had ridden further ahead to 
.«py out the land when the Cfcrmans 
started coming at him over the hill, 
firing on the run. He was gaUoiUng 
away at Grand National speed when 
a shell bunn over hit head. RI 5 
horse staggered, re co v er ed speed and 
rarrled him out of danger 
It was IKK until later that be 



£jVf tACH SCCO m the ouidoer seed box room to molure 



ease*, which somettmea deatrv) seed- 
aa they are sprouuag or soon after 
‘nse entire boa may be SUed with 
sphagnum moes. or vermicultte. and 
the seedling pimnu g r o w n in tbe»f 
sutetaores up to traiuiplantinf she 
But In that case some feetlUsrr mu.'<' 
be Used when the phuus have 
fWarhed a sufBcirnt alae to need I' 
ThU will be about when they have 
made I heir second pair of leaver, 
called the "true leaves." StU a level 
teaspoontul ot balanced chcmicsl 
plant food into a quan of water 
sad Me thU to water the plsnu. 
One appiicatuto weektv should be 
MifBcien*. 



E VBRY' taeoar gardener sbosild 
know how (0 start seeds ia s 
seed bos. which florlsu call a ‘flat 
and move the planu when larr- 
eooogh to their dwtioed place ta th>- 
garden 

In some sections whole gardra- 
are made of such pUaku usually 
purchased But your own planV 
can be groun easily at far Was n- 
few simple tneihod- 



tlwei a Ifciitsd amount of apraytng 
vBl givo r et urn s for labor so 
ponded. With ears sad '-piannmg 
fruit ot good grado aad guallty can 
bs peudueod la any gardra Tree 
growth aad vigor are Isapnrtani and 
wdl bt graatly knprovsd through 
the ikM sd mukh moterlah such as 
hay.wr samdusi and furtlMslng 
ONION r.Akfll.T 
Tha otdoQ famUy h an rteredingl| 
logdrtant one. ytt .om whkh h 
egnftistitg tg many gardsner'i. be« 
eauat of dRte r i 'Ufss In ho bits of 
growth and nwthods of propaga t i o n 
■rrs U a krtof ehuolflraUon of thr 
mar# important hortieuhural msm- 
tasrs of tkfa intoroaUBf group- 
Lsavsa hollow— ABhnw sshaswa- 
^Msww- >«hlv«s. porsuplal. 

A. sepo — Coenmow oaloo. grtiwu 
trar wod. sow «r transp^anU Beta 
are k aoww as Dutch sou or bottom 
osu. and the maoi popular varlsues 
ars Bbsnoosr, gtown far bulbs and 
WhNe Porturd, giowo for Spring 
onieaa. TkM sets are produced frmn 
lau. thick mwtitgi which rasulU m 
arTTuted growth and early maturltjk. 
ao that snuf' veu rather than large 
bulbs am prod u ced, 

A. eepla bwIbelMfefB — KgvpMan 
Ire* os top onion. This sub-aptx ia* 
produces biilblci* or (op mH* at the 



There are many 

smig sod swry 

But there's on* <bat u the coun- 
try's piide ^tki lov 
Hu deed ws* noi opon the ftejd of 
ik.ry 

And be aae iMii S siuipl'' aoidin 
boy 

Bui In his veins there ran the blood 
of berooa. 

Tbe mem*r> of hit deed will nevsi 
fade. 

With a bottle ar iwu of beer 
And the heart that knew no feat 

He ktawd tlw Mngeani-iua>or on 
parade* 

*nw> s«rgeaot-ma>or prompUv fell 
dead from shock, the cliorus retaU^ 
The hero of the song had probobh 
broken hu heart long before* 

‘ It was never any trouble al all u< 



A pseraoa Lack. Vlgurou grower 
which doM not produce r bulb, bir 
ac moat only a alight awellmg r 
the base ot the stem. 

BIBDb AND WEATHf.ll 

Recorih toppled at Saanlchion 
durkig the snoraiy month of Jan- 
uary ‘There was snowfall lour and 
one-half Uiwe* greater then the 
average, sreordtng to the monthly 
summary or the Rxperimenta) 
Btstkm TTie nitnlimtm uf t de- 
grev4 sbove bsvd recorded on Jaa- 
DSTyf 14 was a record low Men and 
wnmen working with ptwUrv 
raaitsed the aanount pt satra wc^k 
that was necoaaary during the lasr 
two months 

The saute and wild Birds suffeicd 
mo. We amistrd la foeduig the 
blrda in this ar*a. and mum inter- 
eating notes were taken Then* ws* 
the meadow lark with yellow brea*' 
and nice Mack stripe on same Often 
toi the Spring ther can be •evp' 
sluing on feiKe postpi or elsewhere- 
making joyflil all within hearing 
of Ihetr sosM Th^T appeared m 
suffer the mnaf ahd'fiad the worst 



penae once a 
are learned 
There are both advantages and 
dtaadvantagaa in acartiag seeds thh 
way It takee laager to grow etUr>r 
vegetable or nowera. because of the 
aetbuck which Is caused by trans- 
plontlng But when the seed bo* 
ran tr sUreed wueks before seege 
could be sown outdoors, so aartter 
harvsai U puaslbie. even though 
growth takas longer 
Some plama sre difBcuh to trans- 
plant. all the vefeiaWe root crops, 
for eaamplr* and many Poaers nich 
as popples, and salpifloa.d* Bu» 
akill<u! operators can tran*pl»«' 
moat sny miblect 

8.4VINO !»eri>s 
An advantage of the seed box 
method la that arede go farther, 
since all ran be giowu lo planu. If 
dnured. and the planU are placed 
m the garden in Uie exact smsiUoii 
wbera they are to mature and re- 
quire no lluiitung It U baaler to 
grow very amaU seeds and dUBcull 
Mibjecia U) a bus and wlteii the 
weather u loo weu or dry. Wu hot 
or Cold, the bos can be moved abost 
and aheltercd from damage 

While prufeasiiuiala ueoally ara 
•red U) one bint, ratlirt Uiu kly ihr'i 
transplant tlW acvdllnga alu-n vert 
aotall to pots, ur atK>thf*r Oat wherr 
they are widely »|)4ccd. *tlic ama- 
teur can Mve time and nuke hi 
liUiiU grow (a.vti'r b.v a>ial(iit the 
seed thinly in the firs' place arxl 
thtnnme out excea.* secdlines to gtve 
ample room fur ihe o'.Sieis iva 
luie wIthi'Ut bcin^ dUlurtJtd 
Fieraultuo.* jgainat dL-ease should/ 
ai» ly^ be ».ik'‘n Thit u eauiy dutur 
0\ -• *ll Mllx-UlUICf rather tllAi 

lU spiuigiuun niiM.aud veMuic: 
If'* arc Tulwltuies vdjliT'. used anJ 
easily obtained fr-th ire «(er»!e «n*l 
-pliagtiuni m—* • -tisUr dr 

rmigi 

(.AVfcH OF ROS*x 
A thin layer of stihaguuiii inoae 
passed through a sieve and spread 
over the soil in a flat can be uaed 
le sow the seed In eowrUig UghUy 
with similar muss This wiO pre- 
and similar du- 



COL. KOSI HArilk, widviy-troveied hisnorist ond soidMr -composer who 
iivet m Victorio, holds a copy of Kis song which wo* Kserd from coos* 
to coo*t hetwaen wo»*. "Now That I've See" Mone." On the woll be- 
hind him I* o homed, engfuvad copy of ttw verse* He wrote 01 s 
kemembronce Ooy too** to the FoHe" 



Few Flowers 

SweeterThan 

Alvssum 



Be earned out a mounted rscocmaia* 
Bunoe akmc the line of the oublf 
front NsnaUuo ta Fort Aibcrnt. 

Be went overs SOS with the 8ev« 
rath Battaltan and became a brigade 
intrtligsuce officer. 

After he was invabdad to Canada 
hk was asked to become A-F.M In 
Rattfax Partly owmg to his dtrtc* 
Uoo. the rkiU which xhoek Halifax 
last T-E Day were never allowed to 
happen on ArmlsUeo Day. 1918 
aqiMd* of mlUmry police suppraased 
sporadic pre-Armlstlce rtoUng and 
looUng civilian "tonghs ** and 
kept complcie eontral on 'the day 
itacU 

Inter Col Naider bedame cliief 
A.P.M pf. Canada Alter that lie 
wa^ called upon at shbrt notice to 
dlrkct tbe ahlpsnent af a Chln•*^r 
laUw corps aevra tralnipada of 
them back lo China 

He is sail hnnotUfT oolonri of 
Baton's Remnants funnrilr Spen* 
err'a Remnants 

Mr* Hapier. of the Vlrtorls P ib> 
lie Utarury staff. Is ihe autlior of s 
bonk Af ver*e, ‘TJlirsPi l.evUk* , 
fihe has humor and ai>d<Hii 
it<) kiffw that Man<- i» pufr* fl* ' 0 \. 



Col Hapier is anxloua that hh 
miuury title ebould not be uaed lo 
eoQoecUao with hi* songs Tt was 
Rom Hapier wtM> wrote thmn. not 
OoL Rom Napier.' be aaya Be oskce 
wrote a repr u og in vene to the editor 
of a newspaper which run some of 
hu Verne over hia name and rank 
gYENTPIX urm 
Born in Klncardinealure. Bootlaiid. 
Col. Hapier wrote hla ftrst song at, 
the age of 1«. He ween to Brasil a* 
a yoi^ mao. with ibe Inspection 
departineol ot tbe tondon-ttuxl‘ 
Bank, knd Rient four yean therp 
He helped care for pntimU id the 
gival plague at Para, phlch alaugh- 
ietrd t^MKisanda. and i<x>k pan in a 
six-matith expedition ‘up an unn- 
plortdVtbaUry of the Amaaon He 
tveovetfed from a severe dose of yel- 
low f^r 

He back (o Bculatid tot ■ 

year, but fouod hr dsin’l like it 
Osed a free life abroad. Iw was 
Ifked |»v alt the “private property' 
Mgiu 80 he rsme in Canada in 1M3 
* WAB St M VICES 
In 1S14 hr liati command of (lie 
M unvrd C'»t» «•! CJ'nde* In BC 



They eay swwt aly*um seed u 
scarce ihla year. What a diA<*aiet 
fur gardeti* It would be if suddenly 
im seed wrre available' Bui that 
cuuld hardly happen with a tluwei. 
which ever aince fl.iwer gardens be- 
gan to be made, in the Mediterra- 
mean aree-'< ha.* be*-n an cvential 
part of every planimg 
If flowers ocnild be manufactured. 
ai<d an artiel were eMUicnua<unrd to 
design nhe Ideal for edging garden 
bed* and borders. «iui h«>ne> fra- 
grance. and smalt r.owt-rs bliNtmlog 
pmfm-ely all •«aMm to enbanre ll>e 
beau'y of it* neighbom while seldom 
drawing .»Menti«»n to Itself the 
■blest de.Mgnrr could hardly Improie 
upm Ihe sweet alywim 
Ancient gardeneia tui Cm-. ;it 
Rarp* Greece and R'»me Wed .*. 



r/oA' Planting Exam ple s 



The outiMwe of b**r ulaiiUng ts l« •often lt»e line* ••/ b><u»r and 
. * bkpd It w'b 'be tiirfacp e|W'v 

Plsat mster<si should he uetl chosen *0 that it a ill harmnnue and 
Meome an intrin*K e«fl ol U* enuronmunl The entire ba»e of fbr h.*.—.- 
mould not be ahsinM-led Mart <*ltk the oulvide eorpers and tatcldui aiian<<- I'u cioupinr 
Never plant in a MivgUl ry* am where along tlw fosudstlon 

Duviduow* *|M m»* provide 'he •a«lc*l maier'al on account of th» .i. »i-ei '• vsi !a'*en* in *ire ao 
lorwi Ci*n*ul* 'he c«Ulogu*-« and study the rhaiactenalK-x «4 thi* great sroiip -ilied li ’ 

(uee of foliage •ad often eNurlul bfsuche* in wihtee deit«Mlul •piln# aial Mu««mcr bl*K«ii wu 

decorative bvrrie* and leu*' which *iemain IhriHixHuut the w»n»r' ibniittni u* in-uit • '"•■■4 n'l 
fying plrtuTe fbeie are many plea»>nc ai r.ingeioenl* ite'nw sre >ho«n two luuoda'ion p'-n 
mgs with dcciduou* hrulu and onf Wth Fifrgieen Vew* Brn«r<i»ber a'wa)* Ih compk u<e« 
Ike iwusv ilteli l *v fr*h«inl ami be sore the Biuund is pfonvelv pippirrO *n«l u fed vearK 
The wi*n hume b**-lJri • mp4«" * *n archifeci and buiLU a h«»»if fv Sffe Urfiliil 

arduMcfursI period that wi ai»a>* be pi<a»ing, and gigduied >n irpva>en«c 



P nnwfl be presumed that certain 
potentA read Ihe rtnmlm and It U 
ei'lMW this or sheer matlnof* which 
has re«uJt«d lo a tiandfal of the 
Humer. Ulyaaea. Perseus. PluUrch 
variety. PoUtica has accounted fur 
g whole raah of David IJoyd OeoTwea. 
Pranklln Delanos and l)nns(ort* 
bi a liule utipoiMlar right now 
LfTTLC GEMh 

Women wi>o cannot think of a >>: 
•ft^tng ka any okher than "prec- 
ious bundle ' usually line up ' 
gems for names When yen * 
acnxH a Ruby. Peart. Opal o. 
net It Is safe to bet ynur bottom dol- 
Mr be or shr was a ohesished -Mid 
Rowmer. more and morv people srr 
p honing names for (heir o-p-<.ii.r- 
Wlthout tblnkiog twice n Is easy . • 
arrange some Interertlng cmublna- 
Uon*. 

Ptw rxaanple. Blahcbe BUnor T- r 
lyu means a ‘while fruitful hsvp 
mil .“ JuHa Disborah means s 
■uft-balred bee" Alfonso B' .*-*1 
trsnalales as ‘eager for ba t tt r . 
a* a bear.'' Elmer Mark miuuu ‘ex - 
oMlcBi hanuacr" and Hiram w. . ti 
a sgdradld name, means i>^ b! ’ .av m 
toli u ad red ‘ 

Ob wen. perhaps ihoae Pr 
^seuadua. Romnns wrreel aa d in.i. 

While ti Bnk T- -. 



By EILEEN LEAROYD 



I p thei' u une Ihlog aa Mire 
death and taxee |t n babies Anti 
bstMes must have names since ftts* 
calling them "IT" becomes ennfua- 
tog w)th dogfc. cats and other balae 
around 

Naming ihe mfant ta a big prob- 
lem because of tbe umr limit In- 
volved and tt oaot be or 

tmve a blrtb — widiout a 
name In the good old dkyt parent- 

got away with PrhBua. and 

so 00 . but with Latin eonsidered 
dead tlita method is no V-eger good 



auiW name* a- Hay'itiorti llebhlr- 
thwaite and Skrumhaa WUkituon 
You see. uuforttttialely It la a lO-to-'l 
be| Uml people uc \xi_lb sulrs'of ilic 
faauiy have not onb chr^tened 
and dearly love thrtr name*. iMt feel 
aUM«iy that they should be ^uuued 
on' Thus If Mamma's fathn was 
called Jonatlioo <a bice aame< and 
Papa's father was culled Hamahank 
■ not such a nice name> thne Is 
boutid to be ao uuesrthly row If Ju- 
nior doesn*1 |H JonathOQ Ham- 
shank 

Then there ta the January. Feb- 
ruary. Mairh-school-of-thougtat. bat 
furtunairty here most of these wise 
UtUe babMU declds io be born In May 
and June wtth a baser number oon- 
utodlng 111 April. 

FLOWER GIRLd 

*n»ere ta also the flower school Ar 
number of women, or 
looking at their rod. wrinkled 
squalhng newborn, are immediately 
reminded of a delicate Bose, Ills 
LUy ar Pamy. Tbe Bwro* Pea bas 
new achieved much popularity. 

Citim are pretty well by-pomed b} 
name cbo a se ra . A few ^rla have 
been caAsd Vlcturla or noranee as*d 
nou and then a boy la t a gged Paris 
Mt a Wlnnlpcfosla Smith or a 
Peneganfutahene Bruwn ha* never 
bora heted of. which ta a happy 
t h ough t to eBng to. 



S OMt blgk scbwwl gtrta suddeoiy grew "bervd" wlfh bwr* tai Uieit 
jM-boal ar nriglibarband and .vrara far gates wtih "ataieF bays 
I* it a gaad Mea ia date alder bays ar natf Tbe fivat leUCv aak> 
tbta queatlaa and the aeeand anr sMwee* M: 

“Ify girl friend* are 18 and 17 year* aid We ars all sUractive 
■satarc glrla and have plenaaal perMnalltiea. Bat we are geitiag 
bared gaing aa dates with the same nelghbarhaad bay* eFary Fri- 
day. We find B^aelrw oMre eamfartabi* In the eauspany of bays 
wha are fewan twa la faur years aMw than aa. Oaa yao aug ust 
any ylarre where we ran maei same aew trtradir 

The seaand MUw tram snatbee Ugh aebaal girl <it faOaw* 
answers their qnmUaci wiihaut being written far that purpaaa. 

"Dear gtinar I asa a giri af 18 wMb a dHTtanh pr i til raa Lam 
eaar I started gaing wHb a saniar bay and have bean gMag Waade 
wMh Mm avar a yaar. I knaw 1 dlB Mke him. but thta laakea m* 
sehaal days dtffleuH. beeamr yau are aut af sehaal ariain tf vau 
see gaieig steady wHh aa rx arhaalba.e. I have asked him abaui 
gaing tagelhsr Jual ante in a whiie but be wW na( fa whb me at 
an aniem we ga steady^. . 

has haw ta wests auS? It's be«*ar Is date bays af yaar awu age 
wMM la Mfk ■ihsal. be xa me they've the auao wha ra>ay * s h irt as- 
tIvHim and rtaaMar iwti raate with yau. Aflsr high achsal yauR 



ALYSSUM VIOLIT QUCCN 

But they lutd only the white kind 
In recent years thU ha* been Joined 
by tflar and violet varieties which 
have an the charactertaticj of the 
white, including fragrance AlVMum 
violet queen la in many ways the 
beat of an plant* where a ribbon or 
- of dark blue purple ta oreded 
la the garden, to offset brighter 
hues. 

All ate alike la ease ot culture, 
trac • flowering quabtie* and long 
When thetr stems 



vrat damplttg otJ 



N WiTH 



AMTli 



AS t 

(%^-XEot0C^ Oc^c 

fil -a/4-A4 a-ddd 3^01 »P't 

U'i- 

\^)-4ifTtt0m tf^rePiA Sa^ato 

(•) - L Mo<*fOAAA/G e 



fal* %4sA*<vdJd OtOABfAmysi/SA 
iki.rtwFndwr tooreArA Sa^aea 
U\»W tt0ttA £¥a ^ArAtte i 
tm\^StiA04A OAATttA 
iO\*AtfAAM€€A SAOfOAti.t 



11 ta no soiaU wonder many edtU- 
dean are oarolemly naev«d. Never 
have the parents be«n so tanrassad as 
they are folloalng the of the 

newborn 

Ps'her ta rramtcally giving out 
cigars sod ei<th^aiUi.-aiiy totting 
up the refund oo hta tDOwse Ut 
whUs poor Mum ta trytog to answer 
dfiasita of thank-you »c<es. furiously 
laurnlng about reesruJaa and (acd 
lag. aU the while to th# soothltur 
aeruasu of baby who ta cxerrtr'ng bta 
powerfolH rote UUlc lung:: 

CXlHTKHTEO GROI'P 



dectric heatmg cabtaa and »her- 
mostats may be obtained to turn 
cold truuMu into elsctrte hm bed'- 
The current oonmimed coal* Urtle 
Atwt the even heat glvas bet'er re- 
aulu than the old - fashioned botheo 
oouJd equal 



mason of bloom. 
uMAoaftA old and leggy. If cut back 
wtth seimora. they quldOj grow 
youTkl again. Seed may be sown 
d ir ect In the garden aad there la 
iriitu- a faitairc. Bven thlMuag out 
■My be neglected, but H ta beiier to 
giro the plaom roosn to drveiap 
wtaboui toe much crowding. 

Phmlly. the sweet alyasasn ts so 
hardy that it survtvsa many bard 
fnwu In the PalL Violet queen 
M4Mcially. ta likely le be the Inst 
flower blocniitg In your garden. As 
tor biirr- and diseases, (hey seem 
w pma the sweet alyaaum kg. What 
more eouM .von ask of a luvefy 
•owmf 



«r nnlanlol Jones 
poaa to the arr--KiieT 
tion for thta 
nm ehoiee ta R 
old family natne 1 



after aO. 
drtaket T am told there are 
cmeen* who regard the YletoHs * 
directory a« fair game ar>d who r' 
happOy hqntinc wHh s ptal. 



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riMI.Y rOI.OM>T. VI^~TORI^ BC . SI VOW. MARCH 5. 1050 




MA4AZiHl SfCTlOH 


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Experimentol Farm Notes 




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Some SS fragment* lodged In the 
right arm which had been hit before 


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He was either m (.he oantoen 01 
the cUitk 


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By ELINOR 


WILLIAMS 









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Roving Artist Cook 



By SHEILA MclVOR 



M 0«T 4fU»l« to through * Pe- 
lted 

atuto but oot Thom** 

C*n*dl*n-borp Or«*k 
Ii« hM * dtwl utknt- Hka U«hl 
K^rui can turn out Uw fiuAeit p*s - 
IflM tof pM*. Hr con b*k# brmd 
emXt *nd oeok swot la • a*n- 
Mf vlucli vouU flv* «mMt to *nT 
rtwneh eM And h* Ui • pmnur 
He It nrrtr out of * J(* He od- 
mx» bo ttkot ettin« Idod food moro 
bt doot eoofcinc IV *nd b« • 
mm of f«« «ho c*a rooily on>oy 
• oM*l bo has cookod 
Rc brloof* to no porticuUr icbool 
of *rt« *nd noiror had * mmoo m 
pointint In hto lift. Yot. hi* muroW 
m* m vtvicUy *Uvt and ao accuratoty 
dtplrtod that you M traxwportoti 
to tb* won* vhieh thit anlot ba* 
portvmyod 

TKiMA IN JtJNOLB 

Xbo SMit tartklnt of bu ■Htrain 
b * pkiun of two Ugm bi t bm«N 
wlw mmm to b* roody to ipcWK 
•t you 

XB omitnMt to Ihlt ttoptcol boOdr 
b MM of tbo Arctic rockoM abtfwta« 
pfttduiKM bappity Btruuin« around 
•a bo and mow amldft * bock- 
ground of tfluco. 

Ooootoborto. who b cook M a coM 



oMalDvd [bl* uwplfcik* 1®*^ ^ 

Arcuc i-'“- from a m«nu ohtcb 
had a p^!■ :"-pb of lb* bird*. 

K« )■ ■ =? traertinf. With th* m* 
r«f>;iuo .-.^a bflaf vuu to the Unliad 
Slat** Nut new boon out wt 
Canada I*-' baa traeclod fr*i« coart 
to eoa*t th* Dominton by mean* 
of rail and boat and hitch- 

hikinf j 

oH TRY ritaiitiYd 
r._- -^r-: lUrtcd drawing in 
black .”'1 whit* when be attwwlel 
MeKay Public School m Bomontoo 
H* did nut bring bPuqueU and 
appba to hu tcachon, but i*ew car- 
toon* of them, ohirb created ron- 
Ai^rabtc aniu*eiDent ainongvt the 
pupila. 

He nnUhed bU cdurauon at Oar- 
uuo High School. Bdmnotan, and 
became a baker at If Stiortly after 
that he iiorted hb roving acroa* th« 
coBUnent. He b now » «nd ha* 
never kay^J m on# place owe* ihan 
two year*. 

He »peni five year* In the H.C A P 
during the war. and «a* (taUacsed 
at Calgary and Camp Bordoo 
Though he loem ftyme and quailAed 
a* a plV>t. hb eymlght compelled 
him to romoJn on the ground He 
b*<raiae chef to air fore* camp* 
*rh«r« he waa itatloned- 

DOB8 COPY WOdK 
He .•pent hb «par* uiM in dotog 
what he caib more sartoua palntlnc. 



^/onders of the NA/orld 



THOMAS CONSTAfAklS 

pewtraUs to oU* and paateU Though 
Ctmrtaharb prefer* doing origmai 
wortt be abo palnu eopie* one of 
which b a reproduction of Oaina- 
bocoirth * Blue Boy for a Vancouver 
restaurant. 

The artist paint* all ^ hu aiunb 
tn OIL 

Thb ambitious and vnergetH 
young artist who cook* for •imost 
eight hour* dally, epending the rest 
of hi* um* palming, wit^ an occa* 
hour or *0 off to indulge to 
hia bohhMB of akallng ano akUng. 
hops* to retire from baking *om- 
d*y and sp en d hi* mature year* to 
furthering hb art of patn'Jng. 



T WO of the wonder* of the An- 
cient World were the Colosfu* 
of fUwde* and the Pharos of Ales- 
sndrla and both iheae immense 
building*, coniitnicted tn»*fe than 
3000 year* ago. were Ughl houses 
The colossus ws« destroyed by an 
earthquake 50 year* sfter It was 
bulU but the Pharo*. a huge tower 
of white marble croaned with an 
tpen fire stood on the I*le of Pharos 
at AleBSndrla Harbor for 1500 yeaira 
AN OLD CILSFT 

This bhows that the building of 
UghthouM* I* a* old 4 craft a* ahlp- 
buUdlng with whk-h It u closely al- 
lied J W Chance. London manager 
of a firm of llghthouee bulkier*, gave 
a talk recently on the hUiory of the 
craft and it* place m the world Id- 
day Modem lighthouse*, which are 
improved each year are very differ- 
ent from those t»ed by the snclenl 
KeypUan* and Romana Barly light - 
ho<Mm used open coal fires, oil and 
candba as Uluminanu. modern one* 
Use acetylene gas. petroleum vapor 
and electric lamp*. Por all but the 
mast eaposed sites concrete and steel 
tower* are now used and both bn- 
tems and optica are smaller today 
than' they were 3$ year* ago The 
epCM. as Mr Chance explained, u 
the part of the Ughthouse consisting 
of lenses and prbJB* which produce*, 
tnteosifb* and tranuniis the guild- 
ing beam The relauvely feebb early 
iltumlnants required a large and 
elaboeate system of ksuea to mag- 
nify the beam The opUc lupphed 
ter Manora Point Light bouse near 



Karachi 40 years ago i* some 30 feet 
high and weighs at bast 10 ton*, 
whereas s modem light giving the 
same intensity and range of beam 
onJy aeighs a too. Thb improve- 
ment ts due both to better Ulumlna<> 
tkei and ao improved optical sys- 
iem of bnse* and prism* which in- 
tenufie* the light 700 ume*. 

NEW LIGKTHOISES 
Mr Chance, remarking that light- 
house* of today are no bs* wonder- 
ful than ihoee of Lb* ancient world 
briefly described typical lighthouse* 
iirw being oumIc for the Par Cast 
TTiey are very simple to operate as 
'hey have to be attended to by local 
unskUbd labor The whob electric*! 
mechanism b housed uv a lantern 
supported above 5ca level upon * 
deel framework lower, which u 
reached by a rjilrway. The elec- 
tricity. generated m a powerhou*# at 
th* foot, come* from three Diesel 
engine* of which only one op*w*ie* 
at a time. At dusk a beU ring* con- 
tinuously until the keeper pushes * 
button to start an engine. If the 
generating plant faUs an automauc 
alarm wakes the keeper and nng* 
uU be pushes a button to start up a 
second plant A flag indicator show* 
where th* fault has occurred. U> 
(UkJe the *«rvio* engineer when he 
call* on hb routine malntcnaiKe 
vbit. Tb* pl^t provide* against 
failure when cm* of the other two b 
undergoing maintenance testa If 
the ebctric lamp bum* otit durtog 
the night a second one automatically 
fw toga into focta. 



British Columbis -yukon Bounds ry Line 



Work Began Holf Century Ago 
200 Miles Still to Be Done 



^UKON BRITISH 



By FRANK KELLEY 



eiMHM Sf Top<wrwsi>*rsl Br>Afk 

Atovi SIGN, wtuotvd ckHe to Akjvho Mtgrv*oy, tell* .»» own »torv 



B RITIBK Columbia * boundarle* 
hav* Wen ploCied on pspee bt 
diSsgwnt P#d*ral •dmlnistration* 
from tffn* to Ume The praaem 
•'ggwt** and bounds" of Uu* Ptov* 
tpe* ware art to IMS. when Otiaws 
dcer**d Bntuh Columbia ••* 

to ooamns* all such ternt«wlea a* 
ara bounded to the south by United 
duta* lerrbory. the west by U»« 
PwrtAc Onoan and the frontier of 
RiMlan t«rrttortes to North Amcr- 
im: on tW north by the 4(Kh par- 
*0*1 of north fasuiude. and >m the 

Lba laCKb parallel of wa»t longU- 

tnde * 

qi'I.riTION OF RIGHT 
Xt waa highly eoovenicnt and 
seonomlral to dosignaU the 
boundarbi of th* Provmc* to so 
many word* at the Um*. but obvi- 
•Uikj th* day waa botmd to come 
wbMi Bomrthlnf more pswetse would 
b* raqulrvd. Th*r* was no real de- 
oMUid for a **showdosm. ' tn one 
dlracUon. however, until gold was 
dbcovvrad along Kl^ike craeka, 
when argument* over ^ay* of acoe** 



*nd th* location of the rich irrimrul 
prciv'iked some aild aordage W'hat 
w*j really Canadian and vha* 
United fixate* territory became im- 
gurtant, ftiddenly. and where Ijur- 
MUctkin of Ptderal and Prorinclal 
authority began and ended 

IN HF4VT rmNTBY 

Ourtng IMS. 1»00 1901 1007 and 
1900 (ur^eys were conducted and 
tiiine hundred-odd mile* along the 
00th parallel west of Teslln l.ak? 
were marked, but Jesting 65 milo 
*uU not monumemed toward* the 
AUiaka where the une r\^ 

-ccording to "rveyor*. tiirough an 
exceptionally rugged mountSMi 
country 

In the meanume. no unreut need 
to cootUioe marking the '.me eai'- 
erif from Te»Jm Lake was pir-Mnied 
until th* Al^a Highway made it* 
compleiion m sort of -mn« “ Thb 
wa« appreciated whlb the road was 
siUi under coosiniction. and in 194J- 
4A preparatory to actually marking 
'h* bne. asuonomical observatioii* 
were ranted out easterly Thb work 
enabled N C «rw*rt. B C L.S.. 
9 LB, to start Miabibhmg 'dw line 



magaZR^ jiCnw* 



SUiVIYOfiS 'de double oc^os* b'O creek 



DMI.Y COT.ONIST. VirTORI\ r\C - \I\PrH= 



MlMiCtS Of H C STIWAtrS 19*5 boundorv vu»ve* t»r., on l.«e 
MiMilkS o Slocu»*ib. R C. Moi" 0 «a ond Qov'vwj'vl f'ow' *'om VktOTKi 



1946. A J Campbell BCLB.DL.S. 
tOijk ovM, the work continuing untjer 
hi* direcuon through 1P47-46-49 
With approximately 300 mile* sUU 



to be marked Mr Campbell and hi* 
aasbtanta aiil continue to determine 
an'd monumrtit the Une through the 
1950 field season. 



in 1145 Siewaif* party started 
from the last post planted on the 
east shoe* of Tcdm Lake »od 
markrd to Swift River, where to 



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MAGaZINI SKTIOM 



DAII.V C 01 . 0 S'I<;T, VICTORIA- R C 51 SD^V. MARCH ^ 



Big League Bosses Singing Spring Training Blues 



Taylor ond Harris Not Saying 
Where Their Clubs Will Finish 

















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4“ \ 



iUCKT HAMRIS 






ZaCM TAYLO* 



Cross-Wind Landing Gear 



ny 5REU MeSITL 

A MINOR revohiuun in suirafi 
j\ design during the past decade 
will eventually save btllions of dol- 
lars and cnUllons vi acres m airport 
con^l^ucUcm. 

Equally Uuponanl. it will permit 
placing alrTKtrts m>»ch closer to 
nia)or rltii^ than • rn-w prasible 
The mr»“-*lly for alrnsfl to land 
ii.io wind has been the .i-ontroiling 
l.»cl»»r in p*»rl Ue ign »line Dien 
ftf:.t -*-rted to It> 

T»c- tnventU'ii!. the tikyrle Isnd- 
liiK " :r and the rroww'lrid lr*rulmg 
^»•.^r arc gt-Artui.lit «li*nr':“ the 

Xrii- v i. _.r UiAt ■ With » tlr•^e 
a-hperr»*; er 'h-t: . u;! ahrt-J, w.,* 
wartime di-icl«H>nienl gml 

l«4,- bev«*me on *11 ff»*t 

tivxlern *ir> :.»ft I‘ - -*t>‘; pH--'- 

u, laud m » -• up U» 

to nulr- *n huuT 

LtMlINf. t.| VR 
Cr. --amd landut-' gear « 
being accepitd as iiaiulafrt ..-ir lor 
light planvA. and with •“•fitin'ied 
impiovemem » Iixrly lo be vi-xr*i on 
Uric* civilian iran'iwii* Whael* 
are i'a*>ierpd or hAked m a *wivel 
arrangement, allowing » plane to 



angle uito wind while the wheeb 
track a straight line down live run- 
way - 

Much ridvrimenung with this 
gear a a* tK'iie on small trauilng 
plane* in iJiglaud duting the war 
At that tune il *»» regarded a* 
mamly a mnositj. but it worked 
Coming tn to land in a croa* wind, 
the pilot ataiW Iwe the wheeb with 
the runway b> a cot ki it lever 

United aatc* CivU Aeroiiauiica 
Authotuy has already recngnlaed 
;;ivve dewU'MOU''" - ‘h airpoil !*pe- 
« ificafionv Federal aid n now 
Able for i0i|':.- 8-mrut of Clw ' I 
•aiiinir«.i r)iw ' - with only 

■ •np mna i* • 

Coniir«i*V,fi i.f a -rnglr lunway 

of f.cl loufhly 

$1,000,000 I'nnrr the .>-ua 1 riv ign. 
Mt -■ -t I!. -re ate required tn 

lUfTcrent I'j eitiona and long con- 
necLtruc ta'i *tftj» Tins calls Tor 
Uree aiiit f.ear big line* Very ex- 
pensive a<»>sge 

Such »lrlt ' are i.ih'iowie f»>c tj»- 
.r.lr or iT >..vwind landing equip- 
ineul, e^p4t tally when w»mhlhed 
with reviralbie propellcrv to aid. *n 
braking 

The MngK-iUip airport app^r* 
here to -rtar 



Wiui taW a»w <M Um *•*« »»u 

•r ta« I1MB AaMCM-aa Lmcm r*«« 

tM AU»UU-a Whiw *« Brvatu •«•* 
SrMtan* Tb* tOiuaihB 
m ft tptm m A*» etvw «m •* FWM- 
•twhtfts tWaoM MwR ‘**^**“*-^t; 
Ot.^.cm »l U»t» *»=a 
v.CCMft b«^*y HftrfM. 

|t> (TIARtES MNliTElN 

Iiuemattonal Nv«v service 
fliwrt* Writei‘ 

Tft tEW vORf .-^Ilie manaptr ol 

the Chicago. White i>'x. 

Omlow. u fairly .adept at telUnv 
>u>rle*. One of tlwm. deAltng *iih 
: definnuin of •■the hfight of opti- 
mum " wOl have tb be altered ihi' 
■t*avnn. 

The new Iwighi.' of optimi-m n 
OtuOow hlntee*f While 

S««t are gpuig to fU^'h fourth »n the 
.American League m 1950. Thev 
•Aere, ns remembered, iixtn last . 
- ■'■'rzi 'lio -'eps liighvT than these 
place of tlw jrrxr before Now the 
.re going to finish foui'h an » 
Onvlow ha; hiv rea---m» 

TIllKt) S.\l K5R 
Chie of the hlghcftt am»in.» 'thefts 
I the acq^ll»Ulon of third ba-temat 
Hank Ma)ei>ki frcim the AibW-tiea. 

^e now liave compeution on tb" 
learn for aU sUrUng poaiuwi* ' Jack 
aaya. “pltM a urmendotu gain to 
pitching experience*- and a beahbv 
Ous Zemia) ” 

Zembl. the Oeaxk-typed out- 
fielder. a as leading ih* league tei 
hUting to hU rookie season last year , 
when catastrophe arrived in the 
torro of a fractured Moulder . 

He b fine now. and much feared 
by the rest of the league— a fact! 
which does not keep Philadelphians 
continuous Conniq Ma^k. the 8*- 
year-nld hopeful. frt»m runotng Ons 
low a photo second I in the optimistic 
stakes Connies spMse-man and 
chief Ueuieiuinl. Son Earlr. 'd 
■ We liaveu i even started traliuni 
yet but you can l blame a man for 
being optirptkttc when you look *• 
our roster 

•Even If »e diai't ;-.:me up *uh 

♦ fve hlUrr were after, acre omit 
to make a terrific .fight Well be 
in tlwre all the »>»y. and I think 
aeve ;• a.v good a chance a» *n> 
O' her club ' 

QMTE H4PrV 

Maneevr Mnvk. quite .liappv »ith 

• he acqui nton »»f pob Ifillinv-cr and 
Paul Uhner from tlie Browns pay- 
lip service to the White Sox abd 
says 

•The whole American League will 
be s’rotiger New Y.ak. 
Cleveland and DelrnK all will be 
belter than they were But *b will 

we 

I look for •he White S»>x to give 



13,000 Miles Without a Penny 



P ETER C-ook b s New Zealander 
who ha* come halfway round 
the world without a penny He toW 
Ibtener* to the BBC of the way 
In wlilch he achieved thb remark- 
able feat ' Anytme." he w»d. ' can 
get round the world If they ve got 
the money. 1 decided to come alth- 
out money ' By hanging around 
th* wharve* he got a Job in the 
engine ro»wn of a tramp steamer, 
and so had 140 when he got to 
f>^ncUm He knew that that would 
not laH tong tf he paid bus and 
train fares and make up hb mind 
m hitch-hike everywhere He car- 
ried out hb rrwdve except lor pay- 
ing h>r the ferry to the Isle of 
Wight and the plane to the SclUy 
Isle*, neither •.f which evmld be 
reached In any other way He Joined 
the Y'tuth Htatel A>*oci»tton and 
avoided the dual danger* of keep- 
ing under hedge* and catching 
pneumonia, and •leeping in hoteb 
»nd exhaust mg hb e«i hequer, Hb ^ 
Itinerary wa* conditioned by the 
tnotorbu he met Should one aiop 
in response to hb urgent thtanb 
and say Want a llftf Ire going to 
So-and-So.** Coi k would uvualiy 
reply “What a ccilnctdence So *m 
I. ' and hop to. 

MAKING HAT 

One dav he wa* wstrhlng * 
Toung fanner and bU wife bay- 
makiag and was aaked if he wanted 
• Job Money wa* so »hort that be 
lulxMd the havmafcert aod sUved 
with ibam for six weeks gvtilog to 



By PETER THOMSON 

know quite a tot about farming 
*nd ukitig charge fur a week alien 
the farmer liad lo go •a'*y Tbr 
English lAke* were hu next stop 
and there he made frietub with 
two Duuh siudcnu who invited 
him lo UAir. Holland for his next 
Fxcurston Alter this came a leap 
to John o^Oroal*. the northern- 
muM tip of 8c(41*nd It was *11 
right getOntg a* far as the High- 
land* but north of Inveriiej* Ihe 
going aa$ tougtt. and gale* and 
>tortn* trwde it tougher stlU Roads 
are pret'y W.mely m th* fsr North 
and * pack wrightng between 
seventy *f>d eighty pounds mske* 
walking IM*1 enUrrli a pleasure, 
but. a* OiH'k argued, if he didn't 
know how tong ur where he would 
be how ebe could he manage than 
bv taking all lib belonging* on hb 
back? He reached John o'Oroat* 
at laat in bitter cold, looked at the 
bleak coast, quickly turned hb back 
on It and lieaded for Lend* End 
vtght hurwlrtd mile* lo the south 
ri NDK ARK LOW 
Money was becoming conspicu- 
ously low by CamoibUe aod he got 
a Job drtvlng a milk truck live 
week after. came a Job to a bake- 
house fcraptog Una and tray*, mli- 
mg dough end “getting awfully 
coevfibed with tbejr strong BcoU 
dia'ecta" When hb pur** waa re- 
filled he went on to Blackpool, th* 
huge pleamr* r«»ort de*-ifned to 
gtv* ih* BrKbh p*opte the oiazl- 



mum amount of amusement and. 
ID the givmg of It. to M-parXte them 
from large quantities cd mpney 
Thb did not suit Cook, who hgd U> 
husband hb resouregx. and he go' 
uff for Bristol where, with rasli 
down to the lowest ebb, he r>t * 
Job that he never expected, taking 
part In a broadcast dikkvalim on 
immlgratton. After thia elevated 
wage earning he desorndld rapidly 
to digging k cgSspit. but recovered 
from that ly picking Sprtog fltiwer‘ 
tn the f>cll9 I>leB fur the Inridon 
market The climate seemed very 
like that of New Zealand and many 
of hb homeland* plants wrrv 
blrxicntog tlteie '* kiwi runftlng 
out of the bush would hot have 
turprlsed ms. * h« said 

nri) ANn roarii 

Alter thb fragrant intwlude he 
returned to the malnbnd and in a 
valley by tb* ae* stayed to help Wie 
hoatel warden paint Uie old iime- 
washed mtlL geUlng hb hpA and 
board In return Id thb idyinc 
place he saw for himself the beauty 
of the English wood* in .*tpitng. a 
beauty he had never, really believed 
in before Bo back tp l>jr>doa. full 
of unabated seal and energy He 
ftnUhed up hb talk bv saying. 

Now that I'ye seen Britain Im 
Mger to take advantage of that 
iBviUtl^ to go to Holland and 
nart ^ilng my way around 
Europe) although I won't be able to 
wanoer there too tong because I've 
got a sort of date to New ZcaUnd 
with a toM to a ebureh * 



Mock and Onslow Will Be Onside 
When the Seoson Gets Underway 









CONNIE mack 

everyone a battle though They 
may ue the lurprise teanv" 

(White »u* Manager Onslow 
passes the surprlve ' buck to the 
Detrou Tigw. toy* Bo*t«*i New 
Yoik. alU be toughest > 
lA all ihb time, no one baa yet 
fneatumed el'.lver the St Ixmi* 
Browm and the Waehuigtoh Sena- 
Uira. Thb b not a slvock. They 
finished seven-eight last year 
lofting more than 100 game* ^ 

A UlTLt BlI E I 

Optimism doe# Dot flower ouet- 
alirlmoiKly to the N'Ub of Zack 
Taylor, manager of the Browib. or 
Bucky flarrU. back !•*' the Umd 
• iitie as manager of the Senattw* 
the-, are ih»' glum quuta»i.rfb 
tajlor — 

Pnohtog all! be niv oig Spring 



jack pNSLOW 

. • I 

worry even Ihqugh 1 think *« 
a stroogoT ftiaff than tort - ■ 

Well have a hustling ball club ^ ib 
* kK of spirit, but you cant mf 
where well finish Not to hU 

league, which, to getting rtrongc* by 
'he minute. *, 

“The UHMbest? Yank* and ' 

Su*. Then watch Detroil 
Philadelphia. Watch eveiYbody foe ' 
'hat matter * 

Harrto— 

“What am I gouig to say at- t 
the Senator* before 1 get a l«v ‘ a* 
them and the other leaim' ' o' 
forget-. I *-k»nT m the league last 
vear . . . 

**I could gucto now but I -fhi 
imfit ridiruVnie ' 

Next wei* The Neiumal Le*(ur* 
•bottom f'.Di '—GlanU Ptratr* l eb 
.and Cub#. 



You and Your Car 



By FREDERICK C. RUSSELL 



Most *a*oUfir Iheite da.»* W Uter- 

ftlly *• ***d a* If* cr*rked ap U b*. 

KMriNti THE CAR ITT . 
Thoae who have ghrir vye on ibe 
forthcumitig and tnevliabie uade4ln. 
hfep II. mind two maj<»r thieve*, of 
car value lack of lubrtcatioo and 
backlash The fiiNi'b rather ob- 
vious. ao let's skip atong to the 
wcond Any luosenea* or excess play, 
in vttAl parts, generally -.termed 
backlash." b evrtato to cause ex- 
cessive wear Driving the car with 
aom universal Joint*, a favorite uick 
with tno*e who countenance neglect, 
w case tn point. 

And then there b the high 
uuskilled pnkerlng Most work on 
i-»rs today) hiM to be done with spe- 
cial equipment and by experJeneed 
uperatoc*. Even en^h a formerly 
>unpl* operalion as cleaning polnU 
now call* for » cam dwell indicator. 

A specUl round feeler gauge, a Ne«» 
tuning light and *c*le* leaUitg 
the tension of the breaker an* 
spring 

t!Vt:rtl IN DRIVING 
That sentatloh of too easy veer- 
ing. comimmly referred to to the 
trade as feaihery steeiWiff. can be 
leaa^ned to a marked degree by T»- 
memberlng to hold the iteering 
wheel nearer il»e b»>tto« Vet gel 
'.um leverage thb way. 

A lot of wear on brake lining and 
me dutch plate facing a* w*U b 
caused by not dedutehtog soon 
enough when itopplnf A g<wd rule 
i* to have the. dutch p*d*J to the 
noor when deceleration ha* brobgbi 
the car'* speed to beli^w 36 miles per 
hour. 

three to REMFMBEK 
pauuleua lubncanta diouid never 
b* used on rubber part* such as 
shacktos aod bushings ft* th* anU- 
Bway bar. but don't aagume that you 
sr* ju#*.ified to being lavish with 
brsfce Quid or vpeeia! rxAber lubri- 



cant Don't lubrlrtiie ilieo* ria 
untos* they squeak 
M'idri-n car* are prone to : wj» 
of gear on ^wti grade*. ■ . y 
if - the road surface b rough * moot 
effective way to check thb ' 
log habit b to drive slower on «ho** 
deacenu 

If you drop urv pte«ura* - grt 
better traction m »now or to mud. 
wiftch the tire balance weigh- 1 that 
myy do not shift pdalUon r .• r^ 
inflate to th* normal f' ib 

vopo •* pnmibl*. 

MEtHANIC -Ff.KlV' 
rrtga my expenemc* ' ihi 

daily run-of-the-mlU n«np. ' "Iff 
car owner* It U quile ev, !■- IhDt 
many of the slmpleat things sbotit 
■tfylc* are V-ing oywkioked Higl^t 
now the ato>p U fUlgd ^ bal- 
terte* on charge Tbaitertea that 
iwvcf shrtild have given f W* 
XJwner* have limply taken r f‘*f 
granted that because we re vlng 
colder weatlier th# battery • ^ 

become inniUeMome 
* It never seem* lo occur U»e*e 
owner* that one of the 
cau«m of battery failure b kevp- 
mg the wairr level up. Any » irry 
need* le** frequent charging if the 
level of eietirolyle b k*V up Lof»k# 
like ihb b too simple f*ic general 
ronruropticei.'' 

ALL BIGHT IN FAU— 

Under Dome eoodiuoos H f per- 
mbstbie to rvUne only on* -u <4 
brakes, frpnt or rear It b • ' P«r^ 
mbslbb to InrtaU a pair ' k-war 
prtrture Urea on the rvar i the 

front rt the ear, t the 

rvar. Tib idea alway* b • mam- 
toln proper balance. Some :i * 

wM> go 60 the theory that If on# 
headlight fom bad. they 
place both o# thm r' are 

that the other one wifi rc d*w4 
within a few wevka. It b »i«» •••■• 
With UU- Ughta. f 









DAILY COLONfST. VICTORrA. B.C 



)RTA, B C . SUNDAY. MARCH 5. 1950 



DAILY COLONIST. VICT 



Gabardines 
For Spring 
Suit Season 



Accent on 



Women s 
Work 



fnk The Steen couldn't bud|(e the 



•# Brethen mm4 Sletrrs.* bf 
J«He B«dlw (MMmUUa. 13^0 
juUt Bedier i UtUe book leavM too 
m uch to the IxnacineUaa. She trtae 
to esplAin to chUdreo between the 
«(«• of aix end eicht tbot Cod nod# 
all peopke. end thot * 

equal end they ebould treat each 
other ea UtUe tilenda reordleee of 
erred or color. 

The plot rewolTes erewnd two lltUe 
veif* wboee parenti died while they 
were »«ry yo«n« The cbildrrn were 
adopted by a weU-tonto Roman 
couple unable to have chii- 
dren ol their own. 

The adopted parent* took the 
youngsters into their hearts and 
their hnene. taught them about Ood 
and gave then moat of the iilcetiea 
of Ufe 

The youDCStcra. Carlo and Olfa. 
loved their adopted parent* Carlo, 
however, caueed much unhappinam 
one day when be told a colored boy. 
wbo had oKived next door, to to 
away, that be wa* unwdeome 
Carlo'e adopted father explained 
that Ood made all people to love 
each other He made Carlo apoto* 
fUe After the boy went with his 
father to the negro lad's home and 
’’made up.~ the two boys became 
Ufelonc pals -AES. 



Terry, heartbroken, took his steers 
back home He thought be had 
failed to teach his steers properly. 
But the following Summer hla oan> 
ddcfice was regained when hu pet* 
saved hla little sister from drowning. 
It was at bis direction that the ani- 
mals swam to a gMt in the swim- 
ming bole peromURf his Uny sister 
to grab the boms of one steer, and 
at Terry's word bring the child 
ttfely to shore. 

Terry was so proud. He realised 
his traming was not at fault at the 
Pall fair, that the heavy load which 
niTu^i«i« bad tried to make his pets 
pull was too much. Little Terry was 
happy once again.— ABB. 



Add dressing immed lately 
after cutting fruiu and vege- 
tables fur salad. The dfeaslng 
coeta tte cut sides of food 
and thus helps cut down vita- 
min destruction by air 
Pare, or even better, scrape 
potatoes and other root vege- 
tables as thinly as possible 
sine* Biany of their vitamins 
are stored right under thS 
skin. Best of all. cook them 
In their Jackets. 

Cut carrot* and other long- 
vegetables lengthwise. 
Their coUs are long, and fewer 
of their nuUients will escape 
In the water If they 

are prepared in this way 



By ANNE TATE.S f'LARU 
"Who said that gabardine is out 
eg fashion?'* one bears in the whole- 
mk- coat and suu markrt True, 
aome people thought that with the 
resurgence of pettemed fabrics, with 
the tremendous season predicted for 
tnreeds that gabardine might well 
be overlooked It hae- emerged as 
a leading Spring fabric, however, 
and famous wooMi matiolacturert 
have brought out new. sttky '’gabs*' 
to tempt the designers and you. 

To keep step with the decorative 
role of fabrlca. both charmsen and 
milaleeo are now avallid>le In pat- 
terns with saU-diamaod or check 
Ueaiments. and ch ar mse n Is also in 
stripes, shadow tones and mixture* 
There are several new weave*, too. 
one named Starleen that moat of 
the high-style designer* have »«ed 
tor dreasni^cr suits. It Is wtln 
smooth with a textured look, light 
and dark yams blended in a shad- 
' owy duo-lone effect. 

tOWN .%NI) fOrSTRY 

These smooth fabrics make suits 
for both town and country, moet of 
thorn wearable In both i^res. ac- 
cording to type and color. Jackets 
are shorter at most housea, ruimlRg 
tr>m about two Inches below the 
walsUme to a good hipbone length 
They are boxy, belted or bloused, or 
they are nipped in at the waUiUne 
le« sharply than last year, and arc 
belted over the hlpa Skirts are gen- 
I'rally ^m. though for sume figures 
the full akin and the gored skirt 
are continued because of their be- 
rommgiieas. 

Details are. on the whole, simpler 
Pocket treatmenU that do not lonk 
tr»c^. ooUan that are Imporuni- 
louklng or are cut for flattery rather 
tlian novelty, cuffs that turn back 
or may be pushed up. sleeves with 
Width distributed a little lows than 
lavt year— these are ihe thRigs to 
watch for this ^rlng ’ 



By W. T. QALT 

« 

jMt U yuan a«o la*t month. 
•Olymae.” by Jaases Joyce, wa* for- 
mally alhrered to be bought, sold and 
read m the UbBed SUies whkn a 
td Jialfe John U, W uol sey 



•’Prlaoe *f the Raoeb.* by OWv* 
W. Bert iMrCnrlland A Stewart, SEI 

“Your ooUlc has proved okay— • Just 
like his master.* 

Them nine UiUc words are the 
ones ten-year-old Tim had waited a 
long time to hear. 

Spoken by hh cousin. aO-year-old 
Ootph Madsen, the compliment 
ounnt more to Tim than anything 
he'd beard since he went to spend 
the Suimner months on hts uncle's 
sheep ranch But .K look a lot bv 
Ti m and hU dog. Prince, to earn 
the compliment 

Prince, a beautiful city-brtd collie, 
had accompanied Tim to the farm. 
Tim had wanted so much to prove 
to Dolph that Prince could be a 
rfleep dog. 

Dolph was stubborn; hard U> 
pteaae. His sheep dog. Blackle. In 
his opinion, was the only one with 
any braina. He thought there wgk 
nothing so useless as a city-bred dog. 
Prom the start of Tim's viait. he 
seemed unwilling to welcome the 
coUle. 

OUve Burt has told in simple lan- 
guage how Prince proved hU value 
and woo the admiration of both 
Dolph and Blackle. Prince had a 
rough fide, but he made It.— A BB. 



FOUR UNITS of prefob modem furniture ore shown here Beh.nd tH* 
couch It o newly de«KP^ bock cobinet section, ot one side N o eo(»- 
mod*ous end table ond in front Is o lotpe. *hwdy ooffae tohW. 



Sir Osbert Probes Past 
In Discriminating Storie 



RSem OF THE WEEK 
Cerwed Bwf Saadwkh Spread 
(Par U Sandwicheai 
4 cooked oomed beef 

3 tablespoons miuced sweet 
pickle 

2 finely minced 
onion 

1 teaspoon prepared mustard 

3 ounce* sharp Amencati 
cheeae 

3 tablespoons mayoonaiM 
H teaspoon salt 
•4 teaspoon pepper 
Cut cheese into small piecee 
and blend thoroughly with 
mayonnaise until smooth and 
soft. Add shredded corned 
beef and other ingredients 
Spread on buttered bread. A 
slice of tomato and some crisp 
lettuce used with this AlUiig 
also make * good sandwich. 



Interior Designins 



GAkARPIHC ii, ihll iKe favorite 
Suiting in qxta of its long populor- 
»tv. bu* oppeors in n*w version* 
tn two ihode* o* blended 9 rey pm 
checks which yno tee here "The 
^cket i* gently nipped ot the 
woist with cuffed pockets stonted 
to breok o tao-k>r»g too-stroigM 
look. Collort often double up^hke 
thR to erect* top interest for 
Spring 



TR* am beoR <» thk hydrogen 
Vwnb Is sebeduled for early pubUca- 
tbs fe* Canada by MoCWIaad * 
Stewait. 

Tilled ’Him HeU Bomb." It will ^ 
a layman'e aooouat of the super- 
bomb's vorkinga. by WUliam L. 
Laurence. Pulslskr Prus winning 
•cieoea wrlier 



Boowbarry belonged to a dying age " 

Mr Snowbenr. the clock winder, 
was killed mdlrectJy by *Hhe prime- 
val. brutish world breaking out* 
everywhere '■RverytWng vras ruu- 
oing down " 

After setting his theme with his 
curtain raiser Sir Osbert oonumies 
bis gloomy search through severai 
stories that StAiuw. One ot them 
portrays the spirttual death of * 
onc e - p roud French officer after the 
tail of Franca In the next a man 
wHh a machine for a heart Is re- 
vealed as The Man Who Oxore 
Strindberg Msd \ 

LO.ST GRACE 

Probably the most efftcUve of the 
sarlca are the pair enuUrd ’‘Pompey 
and Some Prachca.'* psru I and 11. 
in which the almost animal mlsttn- 
drewtandlng of a great artisf result* 
la hto death 

Of an i he stones in the book, the 
one with the greatest popular *ppeai 
a undoubtedly “A Place uf one's 
Own.7 a ghoM story told with the 
SBspnuefal arv? almoat loaf grace of 
the expert raconteur - W.T O. 



-The Death a# * Gwd,“ by JHr 
O^art iMiwcJI iMaemllUo. tE| 
air Oebart ‘1 Utermiy virtuoaMy la 
so w^l known that It should come 
w no surpriae that this group of 
30 short stortee show him as an el- 
fectgve and IntelUgem raconuur. 

The stortm here rang* from rem- 
t pi*wu\g tale* of Edwardian darv 
through taiee of rnUundmatood an- 
Bts ami love Morlee to what can 
<mly be Jaereihed as out and out 
gboat itonea. 

BNO or ERA 

Throughaut much of this hook, 
m Osbert I* keenly muresied m 
•loiie* Mid ^rartara that mark the 
end of eraa. And there Is also a 
rmUnir* intrresi m aged person*, 
mpeelaliy oM ladim. some ol whose 
•cumw are. mildly, susprumg. 

ne book opeiw with the powvt- 
ful "Death of a Ood" whkh deals 
with the death of a dock winder, 
and "with him want the whole of 
the IRth century panorama Mr. 



“The Pennywlnks." by El eel a 
Clark i.HeClellaod A Htrwart. »M.\ 

Acquiring ten brothers was an en- 
tertaining experienoe for ll-year-nld 
Katie Kelly, and Electa Clark has 
lold neatly in ISO page* of "The 
Pennywmks" the >uys of this UUIe 
stranger. 

Katie went to live with the Penny-' 
wlnk.« whoat family of boy* ranged 
from baby Danny to 18- year-old 
David, after ^eraling all her earUer 
jrcars tn the city. 

The PWnnywlnkj wet* 0 »"'“ 1 oyed 
to have her but Katie, who k ve<l 
in an apariinent block, found > Ard 
to adjiMt bersKl to the tree Ills of 
laughs, work and play.. 

Kaue’s experlenos is not unlike 
uf many city children She 
neier had any playmatre and the 
sudden thrtU ol living in a big home, 
watching a large faaniy wurk and 
play Imppiiy together left her awe- 
struck. StM was sAetuuued by the 
trieudlmsm 

Children should get aome real Im- 
m eo-upu alien while reading 
abnot rhe adventure* of Katie Kelly. 
There are enough exclUng experi- 
ence* to hold Interest for reader* 
throughout the book— AES 



ttitrlea have cMeed lor UUs year s 
gt.SQO ByervA AU-Canada icUoo 
award, aiomd at aueouragtac uaag- 
mative wrltin. to the Doodniaa. 

The winner, if any cAiry thl* f*Ar 
martts the award. wlU be annenced 
May 1. Receot wtonmg book* bare 
baen "Mimic at the Ctoet. ' by E4* 
ward A. MeOMTt; -Judgtoent Oien." 
^ WlU R. Blfd. aad. to 1MB. ~iW. 
Amo* Agamsl Tim^." by Philip 
ObiJd. 

book Mitered to the oompeU- 

tiem was cogMfdered worthy of the 
award to IBU. 1B44. IBM or IB4B 



novelty hosbny New light blood 
and beige tooee have cnnirevumt 
hMis and decorations | Outline 
framed heels lake on interest- 
ing shapes and seerai have dark 
arrows or panel effecta 
• » * 

— oolorad cobra. Vivid red and 
yellow handbag* in this rcpUlc are 
fmshioned Into wide box shapes 
Alone or with fetching shoes they 
are striking Spring touche*. 

• V V 

—pastel neckwenr Pale oolored 
organdie maksa libtle Johnny collar* 
and ascot tabs that may be tied or 
warn with a matching dower. 



Start troaen foods cooking 
before they are completely 
thawed- Vitamin O is loet 
during the thawing procaos 
and can be aaved the sooner 
the food Is cooked. 

Odor from cabbage, cauli- 
flower or onions may be al- 
most entirely abeent if theae 
vegetables are cooked to halt 
milk and half water Another 
idea; me a shoe of fresh bread 
on top of the oooktog kettle 
to prevent the odors. 



The Odd 

Corner 



In the Saturday Review o4 titore- 
sure's “*»"*»^* apprsisal of writse* 
pttoflahsd f«r ths Srst turn to the 
United BUM* last year. U authre* 
were picksd out as dsaskvi n g ot «P*- 
olai aUenUoD. 

Of the il. Mven were AmaricaD. 
Bytvs BngUafi. one Italian, one 
French and osm South African. 
Runa of eotij*#. ware Ca n adian, un- 
■IM Hope Muiica an tefUaliwomaa 
bora to Canada but bred to Bniato. 
aao be so Ualed. 

TTm authors taod their books! 
Itoted to order of stoa rtlnn are 
atrOy." by BUd TUtortto; *n'he Wlt- 
momr by Jean Btoch-Mlebel; ‘"Xbd 
Brave SuBs." by Tom Ua: "£toy 
Without Mid.- by van vaa Fraag; 
“Bunust'a Horn." by BarrlKle Ar« 
aow: "The lUg WheaL" by John 
Broote. ’"The World Next Door." by 
Frii* Peters; *The Ory and the 
OovMiant,* hy Morton T h o mp a o o; 
The SbaUering Sky." by Paul 
Bowim: "Loving," by Beniy Orera; 
The Body." by WUliam Saimwi: 
The Oolile* warrior." by Hope 
Muata and "Oarenmny of tono* 
oaaca." by Blmbeth Ctaartotta Web- 



II is a gallioc reality nwaC 
writers hare to face sooner or 
later Umt what they regard sa 
the caviar of their own work is 
lotted upon as garbage by nearly 
everyone ebe 

Afwr IbiUng several favorlto 
ernays on hU own that were re- 
jected by well-known nuMfaslnea. 
Christopher Mortey votces tfm 
brief Ument in tus latest book. 
“The Irvmtng Board": 

‘Ti is sad that no wrllef ran 
ever enfi»rce what his readers 
would like. 

“His earhett and comtsat stud 
gets quoted from here to there 
isueh as Mark Twain s Jumping 
Frog.' which he himself loathed 
a* a BoeoUan backwoods aneo- 
dotei; anything raaored with the 
hnOow Sheffield blade azvd the 
ivcwy handle Is utterly unnoticed. 

“The writer is the best Judge, 
but he Is not the Jury " 



that Mis* Pr*nkrn is deliberaUly 
la tear-jezker melodrama 
to keep follower* tuning tn to see 
what's going to happen in the next 
book. 

One death and two near deaths to 
daodta's family are the Mata she 
has to meet with growing maturity 
to this novel. 

But disregarding her tsoUvsa, R 
nmt be said that Miss Franken 
writes convincingly and often mov- 
ingly Claudia reacts to believable 
sttuailona very behevably. and iwr 
fans win enjoy this latest epModa 

However, thoae tuning In late on 
the serial may not identify them- 
selvto with the Naughtuo family so 
readUy-MDO. 



Flashes of White Popul 
In Collar and Cuff Trims 



iresi 



Tb* Little Rayaaaherv." by E Ua a- 
beth Caaiswertb (MaesallUn tSJB.1 

The story of bow biUe Terry Ctovto 
gained confidence in himself and hb 
work Is Otoe reading and good for 
little children. 

This little story. Dcallf Ulusirated 
by Oraoe Pauli. M short and eeil 
wTlttML U'b a perfect story for mCe 
boys, and while tt la intended for 
ehildrra between the age* of tlx and 
ten. It holds lots of tnlerast fur much 
younger lad*. 

BllaabeUi CoaUworth lias used 
good judgmral tn telling about an 
eight-year-old boy a farm Her 
word* are simple The book deacrib* 
the Joys and dlfBculUe* of farm Ufe 
and how Terry help* his lather Hu 
aflort* are rewarded when be U 
given a pair of young steers 

His whole Ufe revolve* around the 
animals He Ukrd them. thr> Ukrd 
hun. and the resulLjeks <h*i the 
steer* Iranied quickly under hu 
goldaoec 

Terry had placed so much ■leifi- 
denee in hu aclmAL whm hr en- 
tered them In a coai.-u *i the PsU 
fair But It wf^>nt until fair cfi. Ml 
tried to force hi* steer* to puU loO 
heavy a load that Terry £ :»:ilc heart 



lar on vuoe of hla clothes a 
ago. and nob practically erery ■ 
ing CTeaUjr ,(xi both sJiiax nt ' 
Atlantic Is iRing white touctom. cr 
or soft and rufBy. *rbe "UtUc 
look gives addsd impetus, as there's 
nothing las charming and : 
ar B sm^ starched white collar a 
a almple' ccMUime Finally, i.-- r. ..v 
this Is # season when cioihm : 
definitely feminine you will ri>i<i 
white ngrkwear trimmings add 
the effect 

BmaU coQm are rounded. piAa'- 
notched, acaboped or plain. Iut«‘- 
estlng type* are long-pointod 
with a Jaator look Cuff* aocom.^ .. 
many of them A big swefTdng - 
lar wide on one side and pointed > 
ihe dther wtti give an i^viduaU^y 
to the dress on whlrb It Is worn. 

F'lr a feminine look. se)e«t a la 
edged icoUm. wide as your figure - if 
Omy rtond. or wear a neat U'" 
embhkdem] collar, or a lary Ud'H 
In odd shape 



By BETH BLAIR 

T ins Tear's flash of white will be 
at the neckline more often than 
not. and Iroquently It wiU be re- 
raovEble. Spring pro m UMs to be the 
biggesi neckwear s e a«o n in yeara-^ 
neckwear presented as part of th4 
dress or suit by the desiicnera, snd 
neckwenr that you can add yoiiraejf, 
to give new flavor and a freah look 
(o a tired coatume. 

Not only are theig tnuufermer* 
for your ihniat but g<)ud collar and 
cuff seta are abundant, filets are 
ready to add their snowy look to 
suits and dreeses with deep nerk- 
Unes. and there are many nodkltla* 
to give variety to your wardrobe 
Not all neckwesu is white- pastel* 
and white trimmed witb rohir fuch 
as dotted or emlmitde^ collar and 
suff set' are In the stow -but whife 
if first ch'iice. 

I.ITTIJf. BOT UXIK 
The fashluo has the best poeaiM* 
spniuor*— one put a huge white odl“ 



aew FronksB’a herottw. «RR 
whom R Is mid nearly aU'womra 
wm6tn IdenUfy tbenwelvea. has al- 
weye had more than hex .share of 
threats to happmres “From Claudia 
to DavW- Is on exc^Rtoa. 

AsKl U h fret this klng-sfaad pur- 
of mfsfortune that gives the 
rmrtrr the acomfortable 



Integrity Vs. Pressures 

TW Bstpaa*'* Egg'" by DavM 
Donrae (MaewsUtoa. CUR.) 

Mao'* confiset betwrem ht* d ed re 
tor pmwaal lotrgrity aod social and 
reanomte prespirea la eonsidrrwd 
Baev by Mr Duncan, who alw wr 4* 



■xitain la repexMd all aslonn over 
publicntwn of Brig Desmond 
Young’s Ricgraphy "Ruminel.'' 

AMurdtog to New York TliiMa le* 
pret*. the book la. to cltecL 'a 
•ukigy of Hommel which many 
Biiuab feel M oarrytog Rturtunan- 
•hsp too far" ; 

In The Loctoan Pu*» RovWw typt- 
anl M Uw book's cxitioal dnibbsiig 
^ :>ii gem. “U Ot* Rotonmi Um- 
Uy had decided to ootoihiwiua * 
■Mmotr. the Job could ao4 havr beret 
■Mcv satotow-iorUy doMA* 

Tw dal*. l-iBBOB fopMs hare bsmi 
ooM “nM book sboukl b* publiahed 
to tiM Unitod BUtoa taod prebahty 
to CeoaRa) to July. 



Winston Omrehifl 

-t->rr Hi— y«M 0 *a*n Wi*k 



poat at labtx areilraitr ' 
air id he . makr 
Ing tlWMo>and& -^f ‘hre* 

J-est ahro hr ~ aboc^ to 
uHlmate g«ial. hr', caught in a uoso 
situation of his own wtaking, which 
Mcereiu-T-? an immediate de.r:_-inu 
affecting both his Integrtty and 
future. 

Although Mr Durtcao briefiy ea- 
plocvB the wfays of labor dtspatoa 
•trikee aad CommunJaa. this la 
prWMrUy a novel of ptot rethsx thna 
a surve y of social tsauaa 
But becawe tbs authex attrmpu 
to deve l op both them aspect*, be 
dbtxact* nocosnary aUenuoQ from 
tbs caniral figure in order to present 
wcoodary “ h ar act s r s 
ta tbte way he tails to pOe op as 
much tension as b* might . hare 
achieved oilMcwlse — M DO. 



.>Os affect 



wts oorotA* *T 



;iMNia 

IWOW** 






oaNio t 
mCu*** 



HtCXWCAi MAKCS HEWS I • Spriog ood givm ihoi vho. »r«h 
to your Cioshet ihot you rw*a ood 

left o oovy cotton bloutette with o st.Wy ^f'lK^bov^th^lor ^ 
Koi o rtMfWvtooe stud, oodi a oo*t*f rvmovobi* tor touo dtring- 
f«h» It o Mudy In tobfic oontrest*. haovy wtot* koan mOP*ng 
u^dercoAor whK* is edgad with SchiHi. toe* mo»*N ^ 

under liooa. The shoutow-wid* bartho moy be worr» with olf^ om 
nackUrw. Lower left, o »uck-l* Cohor ftH» to ttw pHtofl.ng rwcki.rw tor 
dovt.me whao o gwi tom o dote totar to the day. Freah white pmm moi^ 
the mondmto lyp* f«U-*« ood |rtor>gutor ouif* buttoned above the wrist 
Lower r.ghf shows o frmh white o^tor tor o *^to (ockaf or •• • 

btouse H • tueVied down the frore oral on the. Col*W. 
















n c . srxPAV. m arch 5 . loso 



COI.ONTST. VICTORIA 



MA6AZINC SiCTtOH 



MAGAZINE SCCTIOM 



colonist. VICTORIA R C. . ?l*NOAV MARCH 5 1050 



DAII.Y 



M Athe or rh« T-B Wofd of Sr. Jo$«ph't 

; > l>y th« Deportment of Education of BntitA 
' of Over 1 ,300 or^ is rK« only ovoitoble edu- 
. os w«M os mony unobM to ottend due to physkol 



CLAY MODELLING CLASS 
Deportment of Eduootion 



ELINOt OKHEIM pets reguior instruction from v 
using elementorv corresponderKe course (esioof 
CoKm^io. Thu branch of the deportment hot on 
cationol medii^n for many people In remote 



retarded M school because of defective sifeht or hearing Up- to-the minute testing procedures ore 



|I strugste oil through their kKooI life Here Dovid 
nurse. Mrs^ Eva Wolker, Mount Tolmie School. 



•The ramndotion of ft'crir State 
It the Bdaeaiton of lit YotUh"— 



By FRED McNEIL 



N ATIOKAL Bducetlon 
KWinii elleaUon to 
dn» and Pbat'we^Are doing 
pare them for Ufe. 

Go the theory that 
food Invoitment BrtUsh 
are pouring mUlione upon i 
intg edacauon. 

OoaU batre eoaxed partly i 
BrlUah Ootumbla'a . 
juxApad 3t per cent In a 
Hk«4iie of the high Wrth rate 
Um war and because for 60 y 
pnMiice buiK fev acbooU. 

fouT rtR rrriL 

Bui more than that. Brl 
lumbia appears determined 
Ita children itir highest 
pooaiblR. Last year thU 
spent $166 per pupU. Alber 
$136 and the oltaer pr^v 
M to $m. 

What alms are being 
apEnding these vast 
monryt Basically there 
To allow every child, 
color, geogr^hkal poaltm 
Uglon-to have egual uppi 
and., second, to ducoQragv 
."1 of each chltd'a ■ 
^ i^Mr fullest citciit. 

T»:<HKIfAL l: • 

^e of, the bWgrM 
the war has been the 
pfaaais on technical train 
Use wljolr system tutS ^ 
manly f-jr the few.wh- * 
to university. The vast 
Iravtog high schurd. we 
eqtilppred fur U(c busuv-^ 
a living Within the last 
tethnlcal seboob have i 

up in Vlctorta and V' j 

plans call for further ■ 
wherever there It 
txatioo of pcfrulatloci 



IMfTATIHG IFEECH through sight ond touch 
trve fusers of Georgmo Couhwe help her to ^>eof 
sen's votes, while the pesttion of her ttnenb enoMes 
children eon imtiofe speech 



MISS MARY S. TAiT of West Voncouvor finishes o design for the onnuoi BeouA Arts Boll m Voncouver, 



iturUlg 



tr<)m 



t» r»« 

ui'.ltles 
'» de> 
pacitiea 



poorly 

raniing 

w years 
pushed 



)'s FIT. Foieey Technicol Unit, is type^l 
has mostered This student kno«rs that I 
full mtisfoction of some future employer. 
•»DepL of Visual 'EdoesUoa 



THIS HUGE MILLING MACHINE. .nstO'led 
equipownt thof todoy's groduohng te^tnlcol 
be oble to perform thie cxoctmg tosL 



Ptiofna