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M hat has hccome of the 
milk boanl\^ report or- 


Forecast — Cloudy: a few 


showerH: continuing 


dered by the House 
a year ago? 


(Details on Page 2) 


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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLI MBIA, THl RSDAY, MARCH 27, 


^(). 90— MNETY-FOI RTH YEAR 


Commissioiiei 


Tanks for Canadian Armv 


House l nanimously Accepts 
C.C.F. Move to l)r(»p Floor 

(TITAVVA, March 26 tCP) — In a rare and perhajts slg- 
nifitant ntove, the Commons today accepted a C.C.K.-spon» 
_aored propofwl that the federal government consider giving 
income-tax imyer* a better break in deducting medical 
expenses. ^ 

w«« ini'‘r()rrte>t a pnn- Koverrirneni (ttfKider «twill«hlng 
Rthje him ih*i Kinam-e Minisier the exiunng 4 per-*ent fl'wir <m 
AhhnM plans lo r1r> that when the Amount of mefliial hills a 
he hrins« Hown his 19.'>2r>3 bud taxpayer may dedtirt for income 
get April K. tax purpftsps. 

“Tlie prnprisal came In the form James Sinclair *L.-t;oa«i < api 
of A private re^otlulirm hy Stan- lano>, parliamentary A«KiKtam to 
ley Knovwtes K Winnipeg Finance Miniater Ahboti, ex 

North Ontre) aaking that ihe pre.«xed some ohjeciionx hut 

promised that the idea mouM tie 
given is>iisideraiion. 

I-iter Aurprlsinglv. the motion 
WHS ap|ir<ive<| iinAnimoii«lv. 'I'iie 
effect Ilf loday'.s «ievelopmeni is 
that the Commotis went officially 
and unanimou«tv on recnid 


Present Employees 
To Fill Davis’ Post 


The (dealer Viclona Waler Board yestenia> decidt'd 
not to fill the vacancy left by ex-commissioner Ralph Davds 
hilt to create a tv\o-man comm».v<ion from the piT>«‘nt .<»aff. 
The hoard approved Utr ap 

{Miinimeiii nf clerk trc.i>.urer 1. O. The Uiiet wav )n i hargc of 

l.^chUn and encineeiins superin «•> vvotk for the di.vtnct. 

lemJpfU Ronald I pward as jntm question arose when Mayor 

i'ommissioners, with Ihe latter as jjarnson suRgpvted adveiiisinR 
tduef f„r a new commissioner, ile said 

M<dh have te*en wHh ihe water there were “ajiy numiter of en- 
dniriit Vince its incepiion in Jan gini*civ' who would lake the job 
uarv. Their .salartes.wilj be ^ $7i)0tl a ycai. 

rai>ed from ihe prevent St !“«' a AciKKKIt 

to . 

The move will save the hoard I'** I**’-'" v.Hh thr 

alv.ut a Tear in salaries, board m the decision to appomi 


the C’-anadiun Army, measure nine fc<M, 
in inches high; 2S feet, throe inches 
long and 11 feel, 10 incho.s wide. - 
CP photo. • 


One of three .i7-lon British (.’enturion 
tanks destined for army training centres 
across Canada is shown here in Montreal 
on its arrival hy rail from Halifax. 
innk.s. adopted as standard equipment for 


War Pension •'■'"“i 
Increase Due 


^ eleraii-Foe 
Seeks Parley 


in aecrptmg me 


presumably with the snvem 


l.;i«'hian ih«nk<Nl the board anii 
staled that he had alwavs hod 
the inicresiv of the w.iter lis 
trict "very much at heart." Me 
a.vk*H| that If he proved tint in 
lie sullahle lie he allowe<l In re- 
vert to his former jmviMo.i of 
clerk irrasurcr. 

Mr rpward .said he woulil like 
It undersio™! that this is the 
first year such an ananRement 
rould have been made, anil added 
that he would aol like in .see 
any disfredit given in Mr Davi-^ 

'■\Ve ran handle It this year be- 
caiive things will be a liMle 
quieter." he .said 

It was aRn*ed that m the eveni 
of an> unfori'seen capii.sl prnie<*ts 
on the watershed, an engineer 
may have in be hired to work 
umter Vf Vpward «*n a tem- 
porary* basis. 


¥C'*,| M W I ' menfs agreement as re«ptest- I 

\L If II wl^|2)t| iMR the administration to con- OTl'A' 

TT B 1 .SB abolltlnn of Ihe fhair on The hiS 

CAPhrrOWN. SiMiih Africa, medical dedurtinns veterans 

March 36 iReutrrsi Croup -Mr. Knuwles did noi rail for 
Capt. "Sailor" Maian, relmlless .shandonment of the exiximg ceil- 
rampaigner againat Piime .Mims- ings — $750 for single persons, study shortly. 

ter Daniel Malan's racesegtega $1.0HO for married and $2ri0 for Veieians Minister l4tpoinie 

Hon policy. to#Uy led a squad of each dependent on the amount gjve noilre on the ('ommom* 

his Torch fommandos" Into of mediral expenses that may be order paper today that he has 

Capeiown to ask for a. parley drduried from net income for tax > nui ready which will make 
wUh Maian. purpose*. Those eeillngs might, p,„r changes in thr 

The .Second World War ai’e he aiiggeited. he reviewed. current aet-up: 

and the chief Heutenania of his But Mr. Sinclair, wiih another inrrease the allowance lates 

veieran.s‘ organiratlon arrived by |wssible hint of budgetary now have maximums of 

plane from Durban despite rhangea. roneeiled that “perhapi ^ month for single 

Malan’s refusal yesterday lo see the time has come to raise" the married rrcipieni*. re*pec 

them. ceiling* In view of increased med- j, yndersiood the new 

lie haa since lgnore<l their sec- leal costs and fees. Increased hos- ^,11 be about $5.5 and 

ond request for an interview to pHal charges and increased coal 

dltruss hi# derision to override of drugs. Increase permissible Income, 

a Supreme fourt ruling last <iRNF.K.AI. APPKOVAI. .Single recipients now are at- 

week declaring a key piet*e of half-down memberi who lowed a total income of $610, 

racial leglalation to Invalid. trj (be two-hour debate ex- Including the $4H0 allowance, he- 

"Sallor" Maian. whoae group general approval of the foie the allowance is cut. The 

has been organizing proteal Some went further and married maximum is $1,000 Both 

demonstration* ’ 'j J*® ** f J ° * proposed that eye glasses and ' totals will go up. 

South Africs, Mid the delegsllon ^ considered for tax Assist veterans "who may be 

wants to tell ^e prim^ ^^nploythW to *om« degree - 

f Mr. Knowles suggested It is un This look* like a fairly-lmportanl 

^"^^lir rnwthro. to have a floor on medical-] departure to avoid penalizing 

■ expense deduction* when mere is. veterans who can pick up 

would be on hi* head. charitable donation*. , seasonal Jobs but *tiU need help 

Person* fat*ed with unrontrol- ' otherwise 
able medical expenses should get Boosi the pay of the six mem- 
Ihe same relief as those who her* of the allowaneex hoard 
made contributions to accepteti The chairman. Col. F. J. C 
rharltle* and were able to deduct Gameau. make* $9,000. the olhei 
them from net Income, he said, five members $7..S0n. 

Ile also urged that drugs, addl- The allowance* are paid t< 
tinnal household help hired dur aged and Indigent overseas vet 
Ing Illness and other such ex- erans and widgws of veterans 
pense* he allowed as deducilons. The age deadline Is 60 hut thf 


X March 26 *CP'. allciwanecs are paid to >ounger 
-si overhaul of war p^'ople on the basis of need 
allowances the so Roughly. 40 0(M) Canadians 
4a1led hurni nut ]>ensi<»ns ^ince itcnefit from them, including an 
Ihe war is due for parliamentary mcreaMlng number of Seixintl 

Wnrld V\'ar veteran*. 


Bitter Words 
Hurled at Reds 


The rerenilv appointed .-5 P (* A Cmdt WH>tr wa« seiccied as 
executive rommittne headerl bv P»fMdenl bv the 10 directm, 

. , . . , u lell b4*hmd a» a recent nieeimg 

allega- Ueut.< mdr R W hyte last night execuHvr memtM-rs 

•ring a resigned its emetRency tenure f„|i„wlng the resignation of 
vn gas. of office. the then mesideni .Stewart Kvana. 

i« At a meciing 1**1 night ai pAul Ureen. vlce-preMdent 

ien<icd b; the full 10-man i-nm- yf,,|pr vir Kvans. was the other 
mltiee. the following statement ,.|fl|nianl to the presidenev 
was issued David Rirardn provincial '■H*e- 

'The offiexT* and the cxeruilve rp,«r\ has vlsllefl Vlrtona twne 
commiliee of the .S P,( A. feel p|.m ^ meeting in non nut ih* 
that Iheir emergency tenure of diffjrulMes. 

F office must terminate due to Ihe 

refusal of the rq»po*ijig facllon A 1 * 

under .Mr Kvana lo compromiae /\f|v'||*p IvIVT^tl 
n the nr co-oi*eMte in restoring har xRItvII 

foreign nu«n> t«f the W>rirlv ' _ 

fmdi Whyte denied as re- lT«f lip | i|||Mp 
{Mirterl yj-sterday morning thai T l-ev xJclIIIIC' 
he had signetl any agreemen* 

covering sot'lely operations until I ARI.-. March Ifh *AP‘. i«en. 
a special meefing can hr cAlled tlinrle*. r>e (laollr told a group 
hv the pareivi body of the S P.C A, «f fniied Stales editors lodav 
With offices in Vancouver. ,, 

OFNirs SIGMNC; , 

The report said tha* an agree- ,j„,p d*t>gcr 
n,rn> w«»,l|cnMhyl rn.lr Why'r , ,, h.pp»ns, M„ 

,nd P,u r.r«-n of thr ..p^lnc ^ J,;; 

fadlon leaving Ihe running of - /-...h. 
thr rhrhrr IP ln»prrtor Hrp ^ 'V' .i'’'’*" ' 

Maee. until thr rtl.pi;; .-nulh hr I’”'*"'' 

settled rmdr. Whyte said that The. leader of the RassrmhlK 
he did not sign any agreement, meni du People I-rancais. largest 
and could' not have algned until single party in ihe French par- 
hiK committee had considered the kameni. re«-eivaed the editors ai a 
mallet. pres« conference 


Victoria Flier 
Dies in Crash 


T.L.C. Presents 
Brief at Ottawa 


Tlgliirr re.vlriciioM* < 
dumping" of cheap 

of t'anada asked the government good.*, claimed hy union-- 
today for measure* lo 4*ombat un- creaierl unemployment 
employment and advant'e labor'* ne«*4lle and textile trades 
Interest In the social and efsi- Rcimposition of price control, 


OTTAWA. March 26 <rpi.— 
The 'Trades and (jibor (‘ongres* 


Work will begin in six week* on 
the new Island Highway outlet 
from Victoria, the public w.irks 
department reported yesterday. 

The new outlet will be 10.2' 
miles, of which 4-6 miles will be 
new construction. 

New’ eoosiruction will begin 
from Douglas Street and Regina 


Alberta to Defer 
Embargo Action 


Princess Mary 
Bought for Barge 


i M’P) He said It represent* an "un- 
said to- constitutional Inlerferem'e with 
take no free and normal Inter provincial 
e Kntlsh iraile " 

unless It’ "B.t'. I* a neighbur province 
• valUllty .with whom Alberta always ha* 
d resirio- enJoye«l the best of relations One 
•• does not quarrel with tbe gootl 
ni Isstied neighbor If it po.sslbly can be 
the full avoided and for ihat reason we 
ning said have done our best to persuade 
lion of the B<’, government to remedy 
livestock the present Intolerable •iniailon 
provtne# and not to force Alberta into 
» F.dmon legal action lo protect the con- 
I and un- stmiiloial right* of our livestock 
produce! be **ld. 


While »vm.strucHon will begin 
about June on the first 16 miles, 
paving will not l*e completed until 
195.7. It w*s announced. 


Cougar Hound 
Dies in Battle 


A Vlrtnria man who jumped 
$1 nOO bail ha* been arrested In 
Prinoe Rupert and 1* to appear 
In city police court Friday morn- 
ing, city police dluclos^ last 
night. 

Kmtie C-alve. 14. of 301 .Sfmct»e NANAI 
StiiH-r. failed to appear In rlt:, ou* coug* 
police court on Feb. 2S for a In the Un 
preliminary hearing on a charge jeara old. one nf the beat in the xiueu a come Mr. iH»war new 

■if obtaining $75 from W-e-l pack of Jamea l>war chief peed- up on Monday and toon was im 

ward's Limited hv false pretenses. ator> hunter at Nanaimo, la dead the chase. 

Magistrate H.'C. Hall ordered after a vicious h^ilile with a giant ’ A* the cougar waa scented, 

a bench warrant for hi* arrest cougar at Kvana Bay. Read .<^ut went Into the bailie and 

and Ihe R.C MP. were notified Island for a time waa fighting alone Itll 

Police in Prince Rupert phoned In Ihe tame fight. Girlie, an- fiirlie came-ln. Seoul quickly fell 
detective insoe«tor fharles Wehh other of Dewars hound* waa to Ihe claw* of the cougar and 


Inside Today 


A fam- mauled before. Hayed nut nf the 


< iiihertaon on Bridge 


Victoria Amalganvaiton 

I'rged 

WorM New* Review 
pmmgallon Mark* Knd of 
roallUod Reign 
On the I.abor Front 
Golden Fra of Margarine 
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SCOTT & PEDEN 

SUPERMARKET 


Chicken Haddie M*( IP- 1 l« M bfl 25e 
Apricoti 34e 

Peanut BuMer '.n. 45c 

Husky Dog Food M. at tin. 11c 
Beekist Honey - Margarine Spread 


Pork and Beans 2 

Fancy Peas ; r "" 2 

Kraft Dinner F*c«M*» 2 

Velveeta Cheese rti 34e r. 
Orange and Grapefruit Juice 


tnnarE 


EXTRA APEflAL? 

Australian Spiced Beef 

MayUir DeHnou*. 

12 -ni. tin 


Meat Specials 

_ ft* n a Kr»<e« 


Blade Pot Roast leef 
Hamburger n 


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I PHONT mini Fw PtrkinK 


lailg (Eolonlet v.ci.m.. e.c., tst... M.,rk i 7 . i.s 2 f VictOViCl 

AI I AKO ARI) ** ^ 

im ^ -tTm H Vu ton* in<l eurmunriina muni pr«>plp« f»r«t ronift«-l wnh «r 


With G. E- Mortimore 


Almost above my head is a nuoresrcnl 
of four which span this offire w ith parallel sinps of hard. 

''**** Wh^er called them “dayllcht illumination'' must 
have lived most of his life in a cave. 'They are cold. 
meohanicaMooking objects drawn m straight lines -as 


anyone could imagine. They are more n «H*p n« wi a 
Buck Roger* space ship than with the outdoors. 

I am told that If they tall on your head and shatter 
they will poison you with some deadly cheml^l. 
cornb strip* of metal beneath the r>*Iindrical globes 

luckilv prevent this ) . . . . 

Artificial lighfmc’ D»‘vires Hke Ihcse to 

the true symbols of all that i.s most artifinal »» 

But how- far remnvefi are they, after all. from the earth, 
and the m«intain.s and the^rain? 

‘'Artifinal'* I* a misleading word. The dictionary 
*a>* it means, for one thing "produced or modified by 
human skill or labor." If has come to lie commonly 
accepted a.s somethin? different in qiwlity from the work.s 

of nature. ... .. . 

However, the fact i* that human beings, with their 
clever contriving little monkcy*minds, are among the 
works’ of nature them.selves. Whatever things per»ple 
rievi.He are simolv oTfshoots of the natural universe, built 
UP like larger-scttle Rube (loldiveig rontraptions from 
elements and forces lhai h ve eusted since the dawn 
of time. Men create nothing. They rearrange things 
that are already there. 

The fluorescent light above my head shines by 
electricity, a force that the wise men can desnil^ nut 
not explain. They can only s<iuabble about "j^^^^her it 
should be privately or publicly owned, and deliver 
learned argumenUs full of mysteriou.s arithmetic, proving 
that li should he more e\i»ensive. 

You can't wrap electricity in a bundle and tie n 

with string. Can the people own it" Anyone can 

it their own. as anyone can make a rainl>ow their owm. 
If they have a mind to.^ ^ ^ 

Before that fluorescent light could glow, mountains 
had to rise, the sun had to shine and lift water vapf»r 
to the sky. ram had to fall, and rivers had to tumble down 
to the sea for centuries l>efore men came along with 
their machines. 

Financial wizard.s dispuled about holding companies, 
rate of return to inv'estors. and depreciation on capital 
equipment. Engineers came along with slide rules and 
spoke of acre-feet of water, kilowafi.s and horsepovveT, 
politely Ignoring the nature-lovers who protested the 
drowning of land under new lakes and the slaughter of 
trees, fish and animals. 

Brawny, cursing men with pn*ks and shovels, 
spanners and welding torches pie.'cd together dam.s and 
dvnamos. reared ugly pylons to the sky. .spun out wires 
through untraveled woods to the city. laspoctors looked 
their work over. 

Stories appeared In the newspapci*s. imixjilanl-looK- 
Ing officials hustled about, and finally a politician stood 
up Hke a minor god. repeated some platitudes, and 
pushed the ceremonial switch that sent the water from 
the mountains rushing through the man-made turbines 
and the electricity pulsing through the wirw. 

A number of people Inconvenienced themselves a 
great deal to turn on that nuorescent light .siiove my 
head. And after all that trouble, the wretched thing 
hurls my eyes. 

r Weather Forecast 


Vmon* »n<1 «iurrnunflin2 muni pr.-ple« first ronuicl with «i^ 
np.liuftft amaljinmaie. form of aovemment- he p..intM 

Uhen ihe cliy ahould rfek a pri- out. and waa the firm natural 
va»e .5.«rier Arih-ir J. Paiton. form of government in the 
'ni\ ftnlKitor inlrt the Junior worM. 
t'hamlMT of ('ommerre last nijibu P^t a tauRh fr»»m J*V‘eps 

■\V> foultl then gel more when he dea*Tlbe<l the muninpat 
i;rnnia from the (eiletal govern- jv.sernmeni a^ t>eknB like a fam- 
,mi*m ftnrt nil down adminlftua- uy "The father i* the poh. y 
non he said. But he aUo maker," he eairi "And the 

irem.-»rked that •'aurroundlng mother la the admmiftirator 


t I riiiisi V II • t -MW- - - • ••- — - - 

I mtininpal|tie<‘ don't want any- doea what he says. 

thing lo do wilh u«, " • Financial aiatua «>( Vlctona 

ex lamed .• 


‘me o e Patton. e a *o w i 

affairt in ihe third of a lenea pnjuuon of lax sale money. 

.of three le.uire» MONKV 

I One aspect of municipal gov* ‘ ••ifwuvvi in 

ernmenr not demm-rattc," .Mr. "It would coat ua SJOOO.m^ to 

Tauon told .lav.-eeft. That Is tH«-twiild enough * 

Rvaiem iimlttu-wiULn ai-hool the houalng .sHuallon. he ftau! 
h<*aid* present r<tifnft'es in muni* S|>eaking nn tax xale money, 
jnpal roun^ i! he Mid. the money mu*t be re- 

‘The si hool hoard .an come turned to general funda or u.sed 
along apd a*k ua for a million m re<iut‘e the municipal debt, 
'dollara. and we haven't a word -We put a l.»e of la x aale money 
to say ah«Tui if' .Mr. Patton aaid. into the .Meffmhal Arena." he 

.TK.M.,M.O.ks,m who hAd toMowrh 

I -The tn.Mers the ftollrltnr through Ihe dehen 

^Mv ‘(m ahead, boys ^^^ea, eatimatea. peieentage on 

Unu R.-t the mone^. hand it nther ^eal tangle* 


sou R.-t the mone^. nano » 

.nvei he aairt, gra.aped the laat remark easily 

The { nemployment Insurame "That'ia a alnklng fund." he aald. 
Comttjiaalon alao came in for 


1 iome anlplhg by fhrctty soheit«r. 

"They have a iremendnus auin 
laased up" he aaid. "There has 
. Iven no unemployment »n t'an* 
'ada for anine \ears, and ^se want 
'some of that money hack." 

L'nflke Vancouver, whi'-h has 
a private charter Victoria does | 
yot own llx ftireet*. he fold the j 
chamber Ownership 1 * veRied i 
in the I'rown I 

Righix and du'ies .if municipal 
' coveimmenift were also dealt 
with hy the ftpenker. who ex* 

1 plained disposition «f money 
!ifti«ed in h\ lawn, and the legal 
idancerx of handlinc such funds. 

BAKKM) FROM OKFM K 

"If money i* »*irri»wed hy a 

rtt pai - — =*AL e--l • -'M to a 

tis#» other than stated In the hy* 
law. the rounctllorv who voted 
for the other n«e are liable for' 
ieplfl<*ement of the sum person- ' 

' ftllv." he said "They are also ' 
barred from office for five 
years." 

Municipal envemment li the 


LUXOR 

SUPREME 

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ENAMEL 

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March 27, 19*'>2 

(floverpmenl Foreraatl 
TODAY 

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Contimiing mild. Wm^ light. 

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MOHERS' FIXTURES \ 

Pon't put up with out- \ 
dated plumbing! I>*t us ^ 

jnstali modern, efficient ^ a ' 
fixtures. All our work is i ^ y 
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Medical Man 
To Visit City 

r>r Paul S FerguBon hospital 
aiandardlzation research expert 
of th« Ameucim College of Bur 
geonn. will make a one day vdalt to 
Victoria Friday 

He will meet with the meilicai 
board of the Ro>»l Jubilee H6a 
pnal, before returning to Vancou- 
ver to attend the regional confet 
enre of ihe American Coll**gr of 
Surgeon*. Tuesday 

He will be accompanied to the 
conference hv George E. Masters, 
Rnval Jubilee Hoapttal admlnis 
traior. 

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VictorU, B.C., Than.. M«rch 27. 19S2 3 


Daily ColoniBt 


('.all (Canadian Attitude “(’.allous 


For (ianadians 


OTTAWA. March 26 iCP». tra<1r and e>.ubllj»hmi*nt of a Uie Young Pn*, 
Th^ ProgrF«H\e Con»er\aUM* mmmiHco to rpcon«iilcr the U\e* at a 

CXrrAWA, March « ,<Tr A«oc,.n.n a, Canaha. .h„r '''Tl, ,h, 

he army today lMVK>d It* fiTth planning organi7aiion for the ^ <'nm 

isualty lt*t of the Korean war, fAHi«r*i #ieritnn indav . . . a_ . . .u , 

m>n wmiaH In aritnn leoerai election, loaas Apjienjied to the yfi>«»rt ••( the mem t«i I'Oiml 

iriT nlnJ men wollndert^ \va« "* P*">‘ as»oi latinn w1it!.ui --..m oivraie l-u.m 

»e first casualty lislis^ued since against high taxes and the cost ment were resolution-* adopitvt by pital financing 

[arch 17. of living. 

This brought to 713 the num At a concluding session of a 
*r of casualties suffered b> three-day annual meeting, the 
anadtth troops in Korean action. aju„ciaUon adopted a resolution 


said the fart that Mr M*<;ulre 
now Is not a member, in g'»*Hl 
standing of his own union means 
he rannoi iwM on the «taigre.vs‘ 
elected executed committee. 

The council made Its decision 
known in a brief siaiemeiu dur 
ing a meeting here, calletl to deal 
normally with tomorrow's an- 
ruiHl legislative submission of 
the i-ongre.ss to the federal goV- 
ernment. 


OrTAWA March Jd CP' 

The i'anadlan Congress of 1.^- 
boi s Internal feud iie«ame hotter 
today as James K M<<*tuire cen- 
tral figure In an mira union 
a* rap. was pushed off the (' (’ L ’s 
aae'Utive. Me ihon «haiged •dic- 
tatorial acilon.'* 

The (*.(’.L. ex<‘«ulise council 
de« lared Mr McfJuire disquali- 
fied from its rj-man axfuuiive 
because of his expulsion earli«*r 
this week from his »iwn union 


PUSHCARTS 


.saying the fetleral government’s 


an interview later. Mr. Me- 


prisoner-of-war, 


Moshei 


lem.s and were parly responsible 
for unemployment and the high 
cost of living. 

The resolution said the Pro- 
gre.ssive Conservative party 
pledges to promote and sponsor 
legislation m 

.'5top non-e.-i.seniial govern- 
ment eommitment.s. 

Prevent hulden taxes. 

Prevenj Imposnion of im- 
ne<*essary taxes and to reduce 
taxes to a level sufficient to 
accomplish rational reduetions 
in the national debt , pavment 
of commitments for es.senlial 
requirements; enhancement of 
the value of the Canadian dol- 
lar; and a substantial leduc- 
tlon In the cost of living. 

The resolution was one of 
several adopted by the meeting 
which re-elected George Nowlan 
of Wolfvtlle, N S . as preMdent 
for a one y#»r lerm. 

All sessions were cl(»>M*d Mr. 
Nowlan. Pfogressive ('onM'i-.is 
tive member nf the Commons for 
The .Nova Scotia consiliuenry of 
Annapolis • Kings. issued the 
texts of iheir resolutions 
Of the resolutions, some sug- 
gested establishment of a eom- 
mlttee to study senate reform; 
1st for electoral reform: for decen- 
Ive iralizattnn of industry: for a 
vrn Commonwealth conference on 


in of the C.C.L’s cummil- 
ronviiiution and law fur 


ON PARADE 


The list: 

KIIJ.KI) IN ACTION 
MaePhee. Stephen Hugh. Pte.: 
2nd Battalion. Royal Canadian 
Regiment , Mrs. Sarah MarPhee 
• mother*. 73 Willow Street. S>d 
ney, NS, 

UOl NOKI) IN ACTION 

Alexander. Wilfred Henry An- 
thony. pie.: l.st Battalion. 

PPC.I...I,: Grenada. British West 
Indies. 

Anderson. Kob.’rt Inland. Pie.; 
Ht Battalion. P.P.C.L.I . Win- 
che.'sler. Ont. 

BeaciU). Carl- William. Ai'ilng 
•Sgt.. 1st Battalion P.P.C.L.I. 
Osoyoo.s. BC.. Mrs. Ruby Beacon 
(motiier*, Primeton. B.C. 

Carter. Fhancis Kdward. Gnr.; 
2nd Field Regiment, R.C.H A.. 
Berwick. N S. 

Charette. Jus*'ph Paul Kmlle. 
Pie , 2nd H.iUa!ion, Royal 22nd 
Regiment, Aigenfcuil, Que. 

IlolliHirr. Arthur Morgan. Gnr.; 
2nd Field Regiment. R.CH.A.. 
Montreal 

Margorum. Herbert Pratt. 


Mr Metiulre. a member of ilie years. 

exe« ullve nf the TiiHSliJ memlier 
congress sln-e P*t2. smd his M** a«lde«i. 
eviction from (’.C.L. offn-e vi "A* no time was it Intended 
oUirs enngress prinHple^. How- by the congre.ss that anyune 
ever, he sa«| he doe.s not Intend should be removerl from < < L. 

In fighi it. ele. live uffUe solely hecau-*e of 

His long -viatidmg friction wlUi -unilateral action by any cnnsii- 
Mr Moslier led thin week to hi-* liienl <*rgani/aiion. 
firing from ifie national se<re -if ihis dlciatonal action |s to 
tary treasiireship nf the I’aiiadian tie carried out in the vindictive 
hr«Mlierh«>od of Railway Km .spirit of M«»aher U I* going to 
pi'ivees <C.C1..' Canada'.-* big destroy all re?*pe*'t for the C-f*.L. 
grsi transport union. Mr Mosher by latvir.” 

also is president of that union. indicated he will appeal to 

the ‘JkOOO members of his own 
union to gel himself reinstated. 

Whether or not he gets b.ack In, 
it was eertain the almost iinpre- 
• edenied firing of the Tvl-year 
old tinion chief would be a hig 
|s.sue at ihe Toronto convention 
also In .September nf the con- 
gress 

The expulsion of Mr. McGuire 
IS linked with a behind tiie scenes 
fight for power in b*i»h t lie 
C.BRK and the 4-ongiess a 
tangled battle that his been un- 
der way for moptb-s. 

In the congress. Mr. M<<iuire 
was nppo.se<l in what has been 
regarded in some CC-L. tpiart 
ers as a drive for power hv C 
H Millard of Toronio, Canadian 
heatl of the I'nlted Jsteel \S orkers The air 
of America. flre-figh 


F01.IH\(t 
i \KRIAGKS 

Modem models with all the 
fe.iuircs for baby's comfort. 

Su*'h as folding hoo<l storm 
oivci brakes Bahv de- 
serves the best so rhoose a 
tarnage from 


H \M)V KOI.I> 

Small neat light in weight 
. . easv to travel with. 
Ftom i 


Right Through 
Yates to View 


aincToaia 


Oddities 


New LOW FARES to 

GREAT BRITAIN 


IIOl.I.VWCMH). XI a re h 3A 
I INSI.— llollywfMHl movie, ae- 
tom said liMlay the Income las 
ludleclnr lefi them »» broke 
fhat ten of them, led by -lack 
lb‘iiny. have |oined a burled 
treasure hunt on a Hanta 
Monica ranch. 

The ranch was nn*-e a Span- 
ish land grant uliirh belong 
to \nt«inio Xtachado and Xav- 
ier Alvarado. Now It is the 
property «if Teddy l.vnch, tele- 
vision actress, who hajipens to 
he the wife of mllHonatre oil 


New Flame-Fighter 
Wilt Speed Rescues 


ONK W.\Y— FROM \ l( TOKI.X— Rl^m KN 


'Ovriwc.ither” Constellanons of BOA<'- P.m American 
Airw.iv« -TW A. Kl.M Scandinavian Air Lines 


exiien swvs will give airmen » r»» vu‘'*o an au\nin.»K'- 

coiu»‘dcJabb hen*-i i-hance of he fnim Canada's standi>mnt Ls that 
Ing u'scuc.i !r«»m crashc**! and ihe new pi.n^ss <-an f»e use*! m 
burning planes the Arctic. It has been tested at 

A demtmMfalKin was given to- degrees below rero. 
day of apparatus which hurls The baking • sixla • type dry 
what IS in effect pressuii/ed chemical wa.s developt'd In the 
baking so<l.i on the flames, Cnlted States and Is under test 
“knocks them down." throws by the L'.S.A.F. In Alaska. A 
them hack and «>ols off the Woodstock, Ont.. firm 'Bickle- 
cockpit Seagravei has started to turn 

FO. lien Quinn of Moo.se Jaw, out the special 5-10,000 red fire 
Sask.. and Ouawn. the R.C.A F.’s crash-trucks for Its use. 
chief fireman, says the billow- The iruek gushes ihe white 

ing. while cimiris make It |ios- riouds In two ways, from two 
sible to ptess flames hack, w.vll ‘guns" mounte«l on lop which 
them «jff »nfl i*|ejr ihe w,iy for look someihmg like aniiHircrafi 
rewiie.s wnhin three seconds guns and from a number of 
They didn't iry rescue work hose-lines A rrew of eight men 
Ini Ihe demonsiiaiion at CpUiuls handles the gear. 

AiiiH.rt in Ihe presence of The truck carries iwo lon.s of 
l'niie<l .Sillies. British and Cana- ihe dry l•hem^^'al mainly con- 
dian officials Rut they toiuned slsling of sodium hirarbonaie. 
off a roaring fire with .ViO gal- The material now used is carbon 
lon.s of gasoline around ihe dloxlrle foam. 


Chaplin's 

rt M.«VL 

Chapel 


Register NOW for Your SteamsNIp 
Passage in 1953 to the Old Country 


Klectricians 
Relurnin<i to Joli 


nvan 4. Paul («e(tv 


Mnng whh the rsiu'h came 
■ legend <if llulch pintles who 
buried their treasure In the 
Mveamore grove of Ibx-a Ue 
Santa .Mnniea. 

•luHt after March H 

ae«-med like a great Idea to dig 
up this treasure. Xtlss l.ynch 
Invited her frlenda to join In 
Ihe work and share the weallb. 
I‘i« k and shovel day ha.s been 
set for .-\prll 5. 

•lack ^niiy accepted the 
first Invitation. H<**s shopping 
for a hydraulic s|>ade. 

, Other stars will bring Iheir 
families and make an aliday 
picnic of Ihe hunt. They In- 
rlude: Betty Hutton, IKtnilhy 
Ijimotir. danies MaMin, Rob- 
ert Young. Rdgar Bergen, Dick 
Powell, t^eorge Xlontgomery 
and lion f>eforr. 


NO DLPO.SIT NKCFS.'^AP.Y l^ct us tell you how you can 
lake »dv.vmage of early .ipplicaiiim 


For Ma*;nifi(’cnt 

OTTAWA. March 26 tCPi — 
The Canadian aircraft earner 
Magnificent i* lo be equipped 
with a hig. eighipassenger Si- 
korsky helicopter to ari as a 
rescue plane during flying opera- 
tions. 

A navy spokesman said imiay 
the Sikotsky is expected lo he de- 
liveted next monih and will go 
first to the naval air .siailon at 
Halifax. 


VANCOl'VKR. March 26 -CP* 
Cnion officials report 18 e|rc- 
tririans who left their Jobs ai the 
Aluminum Company of. Canada's 
proje<-t at Klllmal have agreed to 
reiurn in work Friday at their 
old rale of 52.I.X an hour 

Negoilalions will start Immedi* 
aiely between the employer. Molt 
Klecinr of Vancouver, and Ihe 
Inirrnational Hroiherhnnd -»f 
Klectrical Workers lAKU* for 
higher pay. 

The men left their work last 
week when Ihe company refused 
to meet their demand for a wage 
rale nf $210 an hour. 


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THl'K-SDAY, FUII»A\. 
KATl RnAY, MONIJ.XX 

PORK AND BRANS— C'herrlo 
Brand. O 

15 o/. ^ tins 

MX SOAP— A OCk* 

Regular size . for 
FI.IFFO pQe 

SHORTKNINCi. lb 
DRI.TA ttMIKKD Rl( K— 

Just heat and serve 4 Qe 
12-oz tins • ^ 

fOFF'KK Our Own HlemI 
Ciainmg favor with QO'’ 
iis flavor. M>- wfa 

Sl'fiAR— C C7^ 

Granulated ^ lbs ^ • 

10 Ihs 91.12 

BI TTRK — Bums Shamroi k 
Flral Grade. TH** 

Lh. • 

PI RFX TOI- O OOf 

I.r.T TISSl'K ^ for tW 

ONION HfTN AND Ml I.TI 
PI.IRRS— No. 1 quality OQe 
I2i 

(RKTIFirn SKKII POTA 
TORS— I->rly Epicure*. Karly 
Warbas. F.arly Rose. White 
horse. Netted Oms and 
Green 7^^ 

Mountain I W Ihs < 
-WREDN hv the pound ... Mr 
Krnzie's Best . . . Peas Bean*- 
t'orn 

•^FFON in lie lOe aivi 
I5r patkets . . . Steele Briggs 
and McKenzie's . . full stork 

f'ABBAt.R. l.#tlure and ('.suii 
flower Plants. Well 
hardened T>oz. . . sJW 
ORANCiRH— 

Thin skin C Pfl*' 

Sunkist ® fo' tXi 

( ABR.AttK New Call- Qe 
forma Lh ^ 


. and here a* MaJlek’s 'f- i'll 
finrl *he ehofe vnu want In 
the style for vou from 


Our NnI-IowvI drr^^ps nj'tle jn all the 
new and wonderful of Antique 

Taffeta. In richly emhr>*i*ied surfarr**, in 
exriling rihlied textures and ir) thr- 
rrlspy-erackly tisJMje yxeighl of Taffeta* 
'hantung. how full their skirts 

stand out. Hear, how when you walk 
they wish-swish with real Virtonart 
sound -efforts. 




Xtaka vour ehoire then 
ask aiviut our conveni- 
ent budget plan . * . it 
costs no more. 


G4179 


ThU advertlipnvmt is not pub- 
lished or displayed by the 
Liquor Control Board or by 






1853 Sljc CToloniot 1852 

L>'DErENDR.\T .VEWSPAFER, THE OBCA 5 * OF NO tUQt-K OE PAHTT 

rubliished at 2fi31 l>ouaUs Strfpl. \ ictorii, B.C. 

SrXH HALTON. Publiaher SANDHAM GRAVES. CdHoMn-Thltf 

aibKrtri’M a»'*l IB I' »• C«"*r7 * J* Mdl' 8f4IB 4l4 

aMMMinAA. yv«<w T«muTTT «>.• I r* •-■•* r y « • n.-c.-.n r «f. j»»» i.iM. caiiM •!»••• im »•/ Biietm 

i; flfl W r--’\ 

Tin RSOAV, MABril 37 . 1 M 2 


Premier \\^)rd 


I N A prepared statemonl isMjed lo culm 
public protests Premier Byron Johnwjn. 
S(>eHkin(; as president of the Kxccuiive Coun- 
cil. on Nov. 7 last Rave thi.s explicit under- 
taking on the Buttle Ljtke issue. I ran assure 
the people . . . that it is the uovemment's 
intention that the r»'pix*sentalives of the 
people as a.ssembii'xl in thr IrRislaturr of ihiii 
province -viH have ample opj>orfumt>' lo dis- 
nisa Buttle Lake at the next session of the 
IrRislature and that provision uill t>e made to 
bring about a full dLscussion in this respect.” 
What happened at one o’clock in the 
morninR in an exhausted Mouse yeaterday 
was not “a full discussion" of the aubject. 
Information asked for by certain ' members 
of the House was refused. A too-pat amend- 
ment In the dying hours of the seaslon waa 
rammed in on top of an oppoaltion motion, 
atifling disruasion on the sub)ert and hlorkinc 
any chance whatever of logLslalive review of 
the correspondence aiui fm ts allcmllnc the 
diapute. No auch action could have Ixvn 
taken without the government s kn«>w1rdcc 
and approval By this means. a«d Hie 
the government chose them, the legislntiirc 
•'recorded Its approval of the damming of 
Buttle Lake.” 

We call on Premier Johnson nou to keep 


his pledgtxl word— that There will be no active 
step taken to dam Buttle Lake until the 
Legislative A.ssemhiy of Britisli Columbia at 
Us next scii^ion has been given every oppor- 
tunity for full dLscuasion; on the floor of the 
Hou.se. In daytime, and with all of the corres- 
pomlencc and all of the facts lai<1 on the table. 
Only so ran the lYemier now make good his 
wiird- 

If even one technical authority ran sa> 
that the damming of I'pper Campbell Lake 
instead would be belter that Is something 
that mu.st be examined properly and not 
brushed aside. Far greater than the dam- 
ming of Buttle l^ke, however, and more im- 
portant even than the invasion* of a park 
de*Hied In trust to the people, is the lAsue of 
responsibility among our elected leaders. 
When the premier of the province and the 
head of the government ple<lge8 hia word he 
ftledges his honor at the same time. WV feel 
I'erlaln that Mr. Johnson thinks sufficiently 
of both to set aside this plg-ln-a-poke 
• approval” and party exp^xlivicy to maintain 
and to retain the confidence of the electors 
m his promise We suggest again that the 
government defer action outright at Buttle 
l.akc riniil the incoming legislature has 
reviewed the whole case from the start. 


Politics, But Not Good Law 


R ETTROAmVp: law K Iwd l;n\ It intfr- 
feies with .solemn « ontrart?; enTrird Into 
in good faith: U upsets established civil 
relatioas; it denies the verv law whose lime 
field it enters. In the rase of the hatk* 
ri.itcd amendments to the Workmen’s Com- 
prnsation Act U is also unfair to industrv . 

On an actuarial basis Infhjstry ha.s l>een 
as.sossed in each of fja.st vears to creale a 
fund wherewith to provide compeasation to 
Injured workmen, their widow and depen- 
dents. When that a.ssesment vvas paid a 
binding, legitimate, legal obligation was met 
In full. To say now that ilidustry of the 
present and the future should pay again fni* 
past accidents Is, no matter what the Libera! 
majority in the legislature has decided, un- 
tenable in reason. 

The anomal<Hi.s nature of such legislation 
becomes clear when U is realized that a 
factory' w ill be compelled to pay compensation 
costs for an ai'cident occurring in 1M2 even 
though this self-same factory may not have 
existed 10 years ago. 


There was. of course, an anomaly to be 
righted when the decision lo Increase com- 
pensation payments was made It would 
have been ine^iuitahle to have widows and 

other depondenU discriminated agaiast 
merely because the acridenta thaf virtimized 
them t'wk place some time ago. Commis- 
sioner Sloan recognized this when he made 
bis exhaiudive Inquiry' Into the compensation 
.statute and nN ommended that rales of pay- 
ment should 1)0 Increa.sed and that the cost 
of making this retroactive should be charged 
against general revenues. 

The .Johnson regime ha.s chosen !o adopt 
one half of this joint recommendation while 
ignoring the other. Two-thirds of the back- 
dated cost w ill 1)0 met out of the compensation 
fund, itsejf a trust fund created by industry, 
while the remaining third will be charged as 
an additional levy against iqdu.stry. Appar- 
ently the cabinet has concluded the plan is 
a better vote-catchlnp one than the un- 
iwvlitiral suggestion of Mr. Sloan. 


Pioneerinji New Industry 


V ICTORIA shipyards may have had bigger 
jol)s In the paal, but probably none 
with more inleresling j>os.s|billties than the 
S»Ki,tKK) rontmet awarded to Yarrows Ltd 
to construct power-line Iraasmission towers 
for the Aluminum Company of Canada. This 
Is not merely a new kind of work for Die 
industry' in Victoria; It is something entirely 
new in the engineenng world, the use of 
Aluminum where st('el has been deemcsl 
ncres.sary In the past. Vlctorra therefore is 
pioneering In a new field, and one which may 
lend Itself to valuable development a.s results 
of the work done here become more widely 
known. 

Under thisi'ontract Yarrows will build the 
rompirie component.s of il large towers of 
revolutionary stnicfiiral design, for assembly 
ns supports for Alcan's projected trans- 
miR.sion line l)rtween Kemano and Kltlmat 
It IS Die monnialnoiis. almost Inaccessible 
nature of the terrain there, plus climatir ex- 
1 rernes. w hlch decided the company lo explore 
the possibility of using lighter and more 


easily transportable metal. Five months of 
experimental work at t,he Varrmv.s yard here 
culminated In the erection of a prototype 
tower which ret'ently satisfied exaiMing testa 
for slre^scs and strains. Probably no under- 
tevking has been |i;uMlli>d with more enthusi- 
astic inlcresl bv V.inow-. siaff. and it must 
have given them much sjilislat tign to have 
the main contract awarded lo their company'. 

The contract does more than provide 
additional employment in the shipbuilding 
industry here. TTie whole undertaking ha* 
aroused interest far beyond thi.s province, 
thereby focusing on V’lctoria a.s an industrial 
fvntre attention which is not efially captured. 
The high coats of con*lruclion In this part of 
Die world are making ronlracf.s to build new 
«lii|)S harder and harder to get. and it is 
inti resling to .si>eculate on the possibility of 
the shipbuilding industry here branching out 
into more versatile coastniction a.s a result 
of the pioneer work done for Alcan. If that 
should be Die happy outcome, the gain to 
the clt.v would lie of major importance. 


Readers’ Forum 


H« .Mt»f *1., M iaMr‘«4 w •««!• W IB P*’ *••• fi* . • BB« »«4r#BB H lOB rnur 

OsMSii'itMl MftBBl M r*]wrD>4. 


FOOD PARdKUH 

Sir.' It woul»1 he n grcAi pity if Mr MactiiU « 
IfMer. publlshM In your p»i'er March 2^. ceu^d 
■nyonp to de*i<i from »enilinc food parcels to 
fnendi In EngUnd. Custom offuers have for 
year! opened and che»ked ««rh parrels •rrtvtng 
in Britain. The laws referred *o in your cor- 
respondenfa letter were p.i'>«ed i.. pre\ent tin- 
arruploua persons from 'm*uu;ii*‘g nerltnf out 
and disposing of the f«v\(i m-- «ei-ured by hIscK 
market methods. 

Furthermore, the rircuUr referred lo specifically 
mention "the sterling area 

A T. ftAINKY. 

ATT Transit Riiad. Victoria. B'' 

MU! OR PI.tBI'HMTK 

.Sir - Bivhop (lower ; . noi alone in adv>v’*'-’c 
the appointment of a Royal rommi*.''ion on the 
atiidy of the con.Mimpiion. manufacture and 
sale of alcoholic he\eracc« For many years *re 
I'nlted Church of I'anada tias urged thia step 
upon boih federal and provincial go\crninen»«. 
Men of many nah'in^ have for ve.irs applieil ^**me 
cf the bev! brain, of .mr time m the vixdv 
of thts pr*'bteni A \;*lu.v)ile bodv of <Mic«iiifp 
rally levied knowlr^lpe and cxpertrni'c aT 
hand In he iiMtl i-i <u»h a s'ud). M*irr;=’.er 
j>o one of Mich esj»«T(^ can be found to ?.orcr 
with Ihe hlea that ii tan be «olvrd by mere .“nap 
Judgment auch as in a hurneil piehisnfe Ontarl * 
e.sperlmcnt wuh ctKkiail horv has been much 
publicized . . . These and many other facta that 
might he adduced all argue for the contention 
that no body of eleernrs in Ca- .ida nor even any 
government are rompeteni lo prcMTihe off hand 
an adequate aoluilon. In our province we have 
spent upwards of iLJtioonu in, (he study of a 
health program- Who will rten« ina» this gigantic 
problem which the Ya> Alcohol ha« 

di«lared Imolvea the M.td w^rit arourge upon 
humenitv. tJoei not merf i» >a»T equally adeqTia’e 

consideration^ 


I-et Ihe gijvernment behave wiih holdneai In 
this mailer and they will receive wide support 
regardle*-' of party affiliations. l.ei a referendum 
be held containing the re.su!l nf deliberate informed 
Judgments. 

D, F. HAVIPSON 
.T25 Richmond Ro.-».i \'icinria. BC 

Met OKMIt K‘S IH.yTKIRK 

.‘^ir Col. McCormitk s ledili/r and publisher of 
The I’hicago Tribune' remarks regarding half- 
willed Canadian.* are ungracluus and dl-M-ourteoua, 
h'lt if wr ron«ider that Lhiiagn is known for ita 
Vinlenf iTime.s they may he cmisidered as 
roarai'teria'lr lo a cerusln extent. 1 would hesitate 
tn i iB*..if\ n|t the pe«iple of New fniindland by the 
londiH t of a few if I were the colonel otherwise 
he ma\ be linked with thal ambitious M*nator who 
wanted to buy the whole lot of ua idiot.s It is 
interesting lo note w# two ccvuninee are ao related 
that we may a^leak our mind freely. V\e In Canada 
ran be thankful that the more powerful country 
neat doiir can aNo be tolerant inward us more 
ba< kward folk. 

However ler u» not be unduly influenced by this 
Irate traveler- observations, thouaanrts of hus 
rouDirvmrn redirn time and again lo fraternizd 
wnh us mofonv 

Stick It out Newf.oindlanrlers You II get used 
to Ijring CunadUo--. in Ume’ 

HARRY F. LEGGETT. 
a:»k2 Thistle Street. Victoria. BC. 

HION'E 8l’GGR8TKI» 

Sir.— With the arrival of aprlng and the evtr- 
Inrreaalng number of tour1«la converging on our 
citv. Tthlnk H would be a good idea to erect algna 
a* all entran«'es to the roundahout to inform our 
visitors “Cmin^Clorkw-ise RnupdabQUt Ahead.” 
a^d ma.'be add ''Slow tn JO and Yield Right 
ol VSav to Car in Cirri#. ' 

r R CLARKF 

40fi0 Grange Road. Viciona. B.C 



The Packsack 


'Extra rhild allowanr es only en^viurares ’em--'Slam phone’s going day and night aa It Is ** 

-.L^eAAS 




Thinking Aloud 

*. . . of ahoea-^nd ahlpt-^nd eeatlng 
«*ax — of rabbagea and kinga** 

By TO.M TAYLOB 

O BVT0USLY. eUe you would have 
heard of it ere this. I never won 
a billiards championship. I'm not ai all 
Kure that m my 

ever won anv kind 
^jt of championehip. 
which is probably 
juHt as well, 
doubt that I could 
j aland sucji glory 

^ One man I 

been reading 

about has ^ 

thrived on 
lie Hoppe, 
call him. and were 
I a pun maker I could say with ai'- 
('•irafy he has been hopping all over 
hw opponents for decades, ever since 
he was a boy of 10 Juat last week 
he won his <*fh world championship 
I don't know how extensive that world 
has been, but since this la not to depre- 
ciate hU feats let that thought go. 

The only kind of billiard* 1 know, 
or knew rather for I long aince lost 
acqualntanc'e with the green cloth, is 
the form known to Ms devotees as 
English blUlards. that is. ihe game 
played with a table having six pocket*. 
Mr Hoppe’* table* never had any 
pocket*, hl.s game* being of the balk- 
line and three-i-ushlon varletv-. 

* « « 

1 ran only guea* at this lypc of bil- 
liards. and stand back in awe Remem- 
bering that to amass any kind of score, 
no matter how minute. I most certainly 
needed all six pockets tactually I could 
have done with a few morev the 
thoughl nf being limited to caroms 
within the confine* of eertam table 
area* or only after the cue hall has 
caressed three cushions In succession 
whv. that both con-and-dumfniind.s 
me. For tho«;e to whom a billiard 
table represents Ihe great unknown, 
what is called a carom (In my time 
it was a cannon' la accomplished vvhen 
the ball you .strike with a rue gi>c* on 
to touch two other ballt. your op- 
ponent's and a spare one colored red. 
For thi* achievement you count one or 
two point* as the game m.xy be The 
object l.s to make a* many points as 
possible at each visit to the table. When 
you fall to make one, of course, you 
vacate your Uini at Ihe table 
Put thu*. f fear, billiards srouids 
rather |iiv»nlie as do most games 
when viewed In the abstract, even 
that which entails walking several 
mlle.s lo kntxk a different kind of 
white hall Into holes |n the ground, 
or that which cause* men lo adopt 
padded uniforms and aicel shod boors 
in order *o hit a black disc into a 
piece of netting, which latter art vnu 
mav examine at close range for your- 
self tomorrow night at the Memorial 
Arena. (And see that you cheer loudly 
for you know whom • 

* « « 

But naturally no game of any kind 
would ev-er be played did it not call 
for high degrees of skill and interest. 

In the realm of billiards these react) 
their peak in delicacy of tr»urh and a 
chesa-like ability to think ahead one. 
iwo, three or a dnc.en strokes Person- 
ally when I roukl succes<.fully envisage 
one atrukc ahead I was elated. But aa 
I remarked I never won any cham- 
pionship.*. 

Mr. Hop(te. now. collected world 
ih'rs at an average rate of one per 
year for nearly half a century, which 
I* testimony not only to his deft han- 
dling of a cue but also <o hUi amazing 
rc*illcr>cy of mind. The strain of 
lop-flighi competition over auch a 
lengthy period can be imagined only 
by indlvidtiala who have taken part 
In any cnmpetuive game, rr Indeed 
any kind of competition, be it throve- 
Ing darts (for a large <ide bef. having 
a vocal audMiOT) <at the Metropolitan 
Opera' or bidding for a premiership 
• especially In BC i. 

Even^he evergreen Willie however, 
has (Seculed that there come* a day. 
He plan* now to retire, probably to a 
billiards table m hia baaemeni where 
he nnay ml** camm* to his heart * 
content. Not for him the sad trail 
of champion.s who do not get out 
while the getting la good, untarnished. 
He will lake hia 48th title with him 
and put it on a shelf beyond the 
reach of some bra.sh new cue-comer 
In whom the name Hoppe iirtke* no 
fear. A «1*e man 
A* an old (and Immature* hand at 
English Mlllarda I salute this master 
of the balk line and »hree-cu*hion 
game He must be IndubPahl' qul»e 
a guy. 


Reports From Ottawa 


t ;*ALH YEAR klnce Rov Knight 
'C.C.F.. .‘<a*kainnn» ha* moved a 
resolution m ihe Common* calling on 
the government to help the provinces 
pay the coats of e<luratlon. 

Each lime the former achnol tej< " 
er - resolution ha* iieen dchaicd. but 
only on<’#. in 13^1. did It come tn a 
vote It was defeated on airalght 
party lities l.ihersU again*i the .om- 
hiMPd opposition 

Other time* the Liberal majoruy 
simply ''talked nut” the re‘-olijilon a 
form of (ilibuftier p(**sible bcrausc only 
‘hrer hours a week are alloUcd to 
privafe rnember* resoUitmn* 1/ 'he 
nne under discussion lan l fully de- 
bated in that time, it U uvuAlly pigeon- 
holed for the rest of the •e*-»ion 
The reason the Liberal* w tiuld rather 
filibuster the Knight resnlutlon Into a 
parliamentary rul-de-*ac than vote It 
down is that It I* so d)*nrmmgly dan- 
gerous. Everybody's for education. 
Just aa everybody's against .sin. But It 
would embarrass the government if 
pai hameni recommended payment* to 
help the provinces finance edu>-aiion 
On the other hatid, many Liberal 
MPa find It embarrs'sing »•• vote 
against the resolution. Thus the easv 
solution for the Grits i* to talk it out 
*o It won't come lo a vote. 

a « a 

They talked out Knlghf* resolution 
last week, but It took more talking 
than usual becau.se the C< F. teamed 
with the Progressive Conservatives to 
out general Ihe Liberal*. 

Had Works .Minl.sier Founuer, the 
Liberals' Hou«e leader, been on hie 
Job he wniitd have moved adjournment 
of the debate and the bothersome ques- 
tion would have been buried for the 
‘rest of the session. 

However, there is one man on (hr 
Opposition side ol the House who. 
like cabinet ministers, i* not subject 
to the 40-minute time limit on speeche*. 
He Is the leader of the official oppnai- 



hon. C^orge Ptrw And »ime he and 
h:s PC. follower* favor the resoluhon, 
he gladly fell In with a C.t’.F. *iig- 
Ki-.iiun that he * 
apeak In Us *up 
port and • arry 
through until 8 
pm without ad- 
journing the de 
bate. Till- he did. 
and *n by parlla- ^ 
meni’a rule- *he 
resf.liiiton lamr 
up again nex' 
for further d«- 
bate. 

In the Common* spent *«boul 
pighi hour* discussing the pro* and 
con* of Ihe resolution, and the whole 
hroad Meld of primary and secondary 
education. 

No one voiced disagreement with 
Knight’* hypmheal*: "That all children 
in ('anada should enjoy equality of 
opportunity nt education Irrespective 
of their geographical position, or the 
country of origin of their parent* or 
of their economic *tafus " 

.luBilr'* Minister Carson wa* chosen 
bv the Liberal* to axe the resolution 

• » Agriculture Minister Gardiner and 
Health Minister Martin had done In 
other years. He expressed the nub of 
the gnvemmem's oppo.sMIon when he 
told Ihe yiouse that "the Dominion 

• sin treasury simply tould not defend 
handing out ihe.se large sums of money 
t«i the Irgi.slatures wifhmii a>-*umlng 
some responsibility a- lo'tlie maimer 
in which they would be -pent . . 
which would involve an interference 

.with the provincial legislatures ex 
elusive authority over education." In 
other words, sacred provincial rights 
were at stake. 

Other Liberal* look up »hc line and 
talked at a in-nunutes per dip until 
time ran oui Now aid to edm-atjon 1* 
a dead du<k until next *e»smn 


Dent -Proof Cars 

From The Winnipeg Free Prrsa 


T here WA.S a time when an 
automobile fender wa* a thing 
apart. If. through the driver's had 
jijf k or 4 areles.snes.s. ihe proieriing 
mudguani vsaa crumpled nr torn. M 
foiild unbolted and repla<‘ed or re 
paired for a few dollar*. 

The m«Miem fender la a thing of 
beaut): when it end* and the body 
proper begins i< difficult lo ilefine 
The dismayed motorist of today lofik- 
.mg down ai bii» rnuUlaied fender. l.« 
looking at a major repair job But 
•he day mav be near vihen TT* cent* 
er a dollarwUI be enough lo *«ralghten 
thing* oil* 

An automobile with a plaattc bodyi 
deniprfiof. rusiproef and atronger than 
alee), wa* displayed In Philadelphia 
last week The body la moulded in one 
piece of polyester plastic sandwiched 


with glass fibre and It has been given 
some pretty stiff leal*. 

A bump which Would give an ordi- 
nary «ar a crumpled fenrler leaves the 
pUati> ear iinaaathe<l. The twu-mch 
thick plastic simply aprmfi back Into 
II* proper contours. Ttie car la not 
inde.<dru< table though. In one teat it 
wa* driven against a tree trunk at 2'< 
miles an hc»ur and the resuli was a 
Minch crat k Mn the *ar'. But wiih 

j) luile glass fibre and p!a*t|r ihe re 
p.iirmen had U patched uf as good as 
new In one hour. 

It mav be a bit early yet lor motor 
Ut* to start placing orijera for plastic 
car* but the possibilities ar# pleasant 
to contemplate. Among them are 
cheaper cart, fewqr and lighter repair 
bills, reduced Insurance rates and the 
ability to take a nudge In the fender 
with tranquility. 


In the Good Old Days 

(From The Rrantford F.xpoaMori 


T he rOLLOWLNG interesting rule* 
are from an employee*' handbook 
Issued by a Chicago bualneaa eaiab- 
llshment: 

Store muat open from 4 a m. to 9 
p.m. Ihe year around. 

Store muat be swept and counter*, 
bases, ahelvei and ahowcaaet dusted. 

Lamp* muat ba trimmed, bln* filled, 
chimney* cleaned, lioor and windows 
opened, a pall of water also a bucket 
of coal brought in before breakfast 
• if there is time to do so> and attend 
to customers who call. 


Each employee must pay not leM 
than a year to the church and muat 
attend Sunday school regularly. 

Men employee* are given one eve- 
ning a week for courting and two if 
they 'go to prayer meeting. 

After 14 hmir*' work in the store 
the leisure time should be spent mostly 
in reading 

The Itartled reader, used to pen 
aion benefits paid varationa. escalator 
clauses and coffee recess will h* re- 
lieved TO learn that the piles uere 
laid down U) 1B3T. 




perpetual wi>nder: How an eighw 
yrar^ld in the bath can Inundate Jhf 
floor, splash water up the walla and 
over evennhlng In tight, without ever 
getting a drop on hi* fare. 

# * e 

"InAena eat one-tenlh of all ihe food 
grown.” aaya a ataUaUcian. And veiy 
discriminating they are. too, being as 
hard to Interest In eplnach aa people 

« « « 

DOODUNG FOR MONTY 
Early doodlmgi on jam pot* w»»n 
•hoe polish led ore Brl?l.«h Industrie* 
fair exhibitor — Dulcie N'augnan — to 


start her own glass and pottery factory 
iQ Ohrlsea. London "Greenwich Vil- 
lage" Mcmhm of the Roy aP Family 
were among her first cuitomers for 
her wares, hand painted with xprirt 
*<ene* and bird, flower and ammal 
aubjecu. now sold all over Ihe world. 

-FMw S»«i W trtiM. 

* * * 

Mammy: "Ah wanta a ticket Icr 

Florence ' 

Ticket agent 'aPer 10 minutes of 
• •ary thumbing '>\er railroad g'lides , 
"'''here la ricrenre*'" 

"Sewin’ over dere on de 

ben'-n 




Of GKEoCBY <TARK 

I N CONVERSATION, women must 
fate each other Men get along 'cry 
comforiahly in profile 
You •#• ihi* 
best In a bus nr 
train. Except f^r 
move manta of 
their hend*. and 
an occasional side 
glance at each 
nrher to drive 
home a point In 
their disi'uxsiim. 
iwti men can sil 

hour.v m continuous discourse and you 
would never know they were talking. 

But tw'o Women side by side must 
(wisi around and fate each other if 
possible; or at Ihe very least, turn their 
heaila to conveise nose lo no-e and eve 
to e>f. \'ery often, hi the case of men, 
one is a talker and the other a listener. 
\'en •fidom do you find this to he so 
With the ladles Bo/h are 'tlkers; 
perhaps one more than the oiher But 
a convcrxation between ladie- is a con- 
'•rsatlon And u could not he car- 
riert out unless ihcv are eye to e\e, 
•H. h watching mfcmly the evprevsion 
on the others fa,e. Theie *eem« to 
be a faactnaiion in it They are either 
unable in niakc ihrir meaning plain 
or else arc unable »<> per>ci\e 'he 
meaning unl*v* itanng inlcnih. not 
lip readers, b'lt eve reader* mio e.u h 
biber •• ga 'c 

* « « 

Two men on fhc oiher hand, c.^n 
carry on a spirhed conver-aiion while 
one sags hack ga/ing ahsenily out iba 
tram window and the other allows h,* 
glance m travel idly over lus fellow- 
pa s*enger« 

It could be women are Inatlntiivelv 
honest and men are Insrlncflvely ev*. 

alve ft could he however, that women 
are Insimrtively interested, m ea-h 
other and men are in.stlncuvel> bored 
with each other. 

D a riGn <ij -j wnnuo ar* - g 
chaifirg aide hv side the man’s fa.e 
IS turned to her If she i.s pretiv. If 
she isn't pretty, the woman* fa.e •* 
tiimed to the man That, of ruursc, 
la no piuxle 

Britain’s 
First A- Bomb 

B> fiK.OF>RM* BOi ( A, 9'rurn {..oiidnn 
* I 'HE AIL'BRITl.sil atomic bomb so 
A be exploded in the Auxtralian bad- 
lands at Woomera. XV) mile* north "f 
Adelaide, later in (he year will be a 
"conibar weapon unsuitable for de- 
llvety agalnal cltlc*. ThU la e,ne of 
several Ilem.s now leaking oui ac'i- 
demxily or deliberately, through the 
stiff British *e4urity *<-recn. 

Exactly h«»w the Knti-h iM.mh i.in 
be used by and againM troop* i* not 
known, bui it is reliably rrporied that 
ilie Briti.sh honih will iw* smaller and 
le^» powetfui than ihe bomb.« dc»o- 
naird so far in the I’nited .‘Males The 
cfin/(deni Bnii>h scientists are sa\*np 
that the flHonaiing moi hanl.sm is mtu h 
more effu lent Uian anything the fniteil 
.'ii.sfes had pn»diire(t so far. 

There probably will be more than 
one explxsiun at Woonirra. and ii-.e ef. 
feet will he obaerven by top sr< ret 
Rrltiah-made televlalon cameras vvhi« h 
will be placod closer in the fwcoi «if 
detonation than has been found pos. 
albl# before. The cameras will be 
capable of taking lO.OOO exposures a 
aecond and will be watrfird and re- 
corded by adenilits miles awj- 

• * * 

ConMnirtum of the Rrljish h*imb 
began In P)^ik and i« rompteieh. diKcr- 
cnl from the American iisiicrn T'le 
United Stales was kepi aware m geo. 
eral ierm* of Rniixli progiex- Inji tbe 
British have kept details of the dcii* 
cate detonaiing me. j.anism to (hem* 

selves 

Preparations for the a*f*mic ie«is 
have been a (nnir lo Bri'ish S'len'C. 
and several government spokesmen, off 
(he re«ord have been having some 
good-natured sar(a*m at >he expense 
of the Unit«d Stares. One p'f'n'cd 
out today thal Brituh srienca conrrib- 
u>ed heavily to (he original develop, 
ment nf nuclear flaalon during iho 
.Second World War. and (hat ■lll•e 
America riamped her Atomic Enei^y 
Act down and kept atomic develop. 
men<* aecret, she ha* unneteskarily 
alowed down her own progresa m 
aiomlc^nergy exploiiailon. 

* « * 

It I* believed In London that after 
Waomera many barr>er« le-tween lint* 
Uh arvd Amenian deve|«pmeni of 

atomic bomb* will be lowered an>l s«,nte 

relationship closer to thal extsimg m 
the s>c«md World War will lie re. 
■umed 

-seiijTi'V 'esi« will he mure nrid 
than those la'd down bv »he Amen.an 
a'jthnrlMes ai Bikini but ra’her >*a 
than in la»er tesfs in Nevada In 

charge of serurtfv arrangement* will 
be Sir perry .SllUtoe British eq'ii'a 
lent of .1 Hoover an<1 rh»ef 

empire »py.fha*er. 


With the Classics 

7 /if 4\o/>/#> iVnfurF 

It Is nut gruwiitg like a tree 
In bulk, doth make Man betier he. 

Or Handing long on oak, three hundred 
year. 

To tall a ik>f at laat dry. bald and sere; 
A Uly of a day 
1* falm far In May. 

Although It fall and dla that mght-- 
It wa* fh# plant and flower of UghN 
In amali proportion* v«e ju*l beau'te* 
see 

And in ihoft meaj'ir# life may per- 
fect he. 

-BEN JONSOfs-. 


r 




V 






■ vsKiani'r <lmU»r io the 

PUn and pntni four 


of bn*ad 


• Ihrr^day visit to a{>«’ak at 
<V}lori<io iinlver««Uy's ronvws 


h >>»)« >M»fn immMut^l >uc 


STORKS (Vk’toria) LTI» 


For Your 
CM 

V^>hTub 


Colombo Plan Slresstnl ' 
As Vilal to Block Beds 


DKN\TR. Marrh J6 'I\- 
Tlir Australian amhasAador to 
tlir Vnitrd Stairs rlaimrd iMiay 
that thr two ijesi »rap*jn« 
against Communist aggrrs-slun 
arr niiUiary might and a aystrm 
of rrnnomic and irchnical aid to 
weaker rounlrlrs. 

Thr M yrar-uld diplomat Prrr\- 


and autr«*is of the t’niombo Plan 

a mutual assisiani-r program 
which hr authored and i ham 
pioned at a nm/erenoe »if British 
I'ommonwealth lor»*ign minis 
term at Colombo. Ceylon, early in 
I It VI 

•The r'olomb*! Plan, ' he said, 
“nrm fs In It^ first year of oper 
,4i>i>n ■mi tiasiiallv is a mutual 


Modern Tell 

Kii**#*- Hiiiitjer 

\Iir>DI.KTt>N, N5. March 
'* .'6 ilNSt. Don Bowlby 
of Middleton, pulled a mod- 
em version of William Tell 
by ihooiing yeast cakes 
across the Annapidis Rit<er 
with a boH ar>d arnm, 

Kor two weeks, the across- 
iheriver residents had been 
virtually huned by heavy 
snows, which kept them 
house rtrlden They nersle-l 
the veasi lu relieve thtf lack 


Bank Manager Tardy, 

( hided by Iloldii|) Man 

YORK March 26 '^^Sa for two years, departed ahniptjy 
A hank maruger testified to- two da.vijiPer the hank mbberv, 
dav that Willie 'The Actor' Sui leaving TW on the hcl She 
tnn rebuked him for tardiness Aald she knew Willie only as 
ihe day of the $63.1M2 holdup of Kdward l.ymh " 


the Quem« branch of ihe Manu- 
facturers Trust Company. 


A pair or trousers found in her 
hiime bv deie*-nvea after Willie 


Dignified Ruben H Hoffman. Intrc-lu.ed evr 

manager of the branch which It mniamH a slu-e. o 


was tobiied on March 


pa|M*r with the iime« of arrival 


Baiiy (Colnnut 


Victoria. R,C., TTitirt.. Marck 27, 19S2 


1 Stalin Mhses Soviet Session 

MO.-sCOW. .March X 'INs> 'Tl.e British maganne InielU- The RdsMon Supreme Soviet 
ITemier Stalin was ahseni to- genoe Dige-.! on Tuesday quoted adopted a ihns*p«i'i' agon-U m* 

night when the Supreme Soviet a highlv plaietl Russian inform eluding ihe li».v2 budget, 

iparllament' of the Russian Re am as s^\mg thai the T.'vramlil Politburo memhera piesent in* 
public opened Ha session at the Sialin i* a •chrnm. invalid" chided t>"igi M.ilrnkov Vv.vche* 

Kremlin. Other Politburo mem after two brain’ "disturtwimvs • slav M.doiov and Se. uriiv Chief 

bers attended the meeting and might die "at any tune • I jvtvmui Bena 

(iptting It At WtuKlward'K Im Vtuir B«‘st (iiiarant<*p! — , 1 


larUitiea. 

Spender told newsmen that al- 
though military power Is impor- 
tant. “It U not the complete aa- 
awer in A*ia. the Pacific and Far 
East ■’ 

He stressed tiie lmporian<« 

Brazil Ousts 
War iVIlnister 

RIO r>K JANKIRO March 26 
(IN.S- Brazilian President Het- 
ulio Vargas fired hU war min* 
Isier and the commander of the 
key first military region today 
In the hope uf clo.sing the army 
breach that has developed over 
Communist infiltration 

A tfip^level army reshuffle was 
aniinpaied. 

On Newlon Fjiilllac t.eal was 
replaced as war minister by Her>. 
t'yro Kapirltu Santo (Ardoso 
Vargas' chief military aide. 

F.stlilac I..eal has been regard 
ed In some Brazilian quarters as 
a ('arnmunlat aympathl/er tie 
cause of hla opposition to anti 
rnmmunisl (Jen. Zenohio da 
Costa, who vvaa let out as com 
mander of the first military re- 
gion. embracing the caphal and 
two adjacent states. 

Both Ksfillac leal and da 
Cosra had offered to resign. 


assist the people of south and 
southeast Asia to develop their 
own countrie* in their own way 
with no strings attach«‘il " 

ITe said the mulii-billlon dollar 
six-year plan, launcheil bv Au» 
iralia and Britain's (‘ummon 
wealth of Nations, offers capital 
asvistanie and technical anl to 
underdeveloped countries which 
apply for it. 

He warned "I am c onv iin e»| 
thaiKu<^sia believes vlie can find 
her way tn Kuro|ie through Asia 
'.Since Asia, (’hina and Japan 
conslliule more than half tlie 
world’s population ami contains 
many vilal and strategic raw ma- 
lerlals. it is extremely impttrtanl 
to the free World to slop Com- 
miml«i expansion there 

.\Vf IKNT I.AMI 

Iran, one of the oldest i-oiin 
met In the world, was called 
the "l.and of ihe Permaiis and 
Medes ' in the Bible. 


iitiiorities 
Query Svvami 

(rrTAWA March -*6 'CP- 
Immigration headquarters heie 
are looking into the ca*>e -if 
Swanil .-thivansndii. the Hindu 
Yogi who savs hp‘v been ordered 
to «io(i his togi Iess4in* in Van- 
couver or leave the rountr>’. 

A Bpokcanian xaki if the 
<?wami has actually been ordered 
tn slop his demnnsiralinna, it 
may he because he's getting paid 
for them He's In Canada on a 
viHiior'a vi«a which dues not 
allow him to take a remunera- 
tive Jon 

In an) «ase Immigration .Min- 
Isier-dlarns has asked Vams>u- 
ver for a re|>ori. .'<o fat the 
minister said, he's receivinl no 

< omtTKoio uImois about lie 

Sw ami's case. 


••Whv were you late-’ f"** of the three 

Then, said the greying hanker, twndiis he is able to idenilf) 
Sutioii marcbeil him downstairs m v • 


and had him seat hlm.self with BABY'S BOTTLE 

■ he 16 other emplo>es titled up cim" ■* **t*ir m'u* 
in chairs facing the wall ••a*' 

Slim il.irk ami demure .Mary ^** **** 

CnrmMi told the court that .Sui 
ton. who workcil with her at a I. | 

.Siaten Island old folks home 1® ^ ?.V! L 

and mrupieil a room In her Imme ^ 


ClMx It Mtelf >■“** ^ 

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MR. PILE SUFFERER 

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WITH OIL! 

... do you still have a 
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Have >ou discovered how 
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with ml’' 

And so easv tr>o . . 
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Mrre • t<mit oes* rar. and we ilo loean tiewr* . . . ilw- of/ neM i2 
Meirurs . . . tlie m**st challenging new i-ar of the vear. or an* 
year. JostI*. llie ’j2 Slen-ur* »d railed iJir "f*>rerunner" of 
cart of the future. 

ltd linea are new . . . refresliinglv cn*p . . . with Je(>ar«»o|i 
IummI. bold tnassiee grille; proud sv^reiung feeders. New "air- 
fi«r' Side uealmriit accentuated the llowmg line# . . rarne* 
vour e*e to the itlraciive rear-end sivling. Merc-ur* * 
lop appearam-r is new. imf with rlear-view "MMnnpaoe'* 
wind-hteld. nam»w corner |«tdt« and landwsfte-wide "wrap 
artoind * rear win.hiw Herr indeed is sivling made |H»SMlde b* 
revoliitumarv new lerhoiqiws in engineenng. 

’’''pair -plsonetl" inten»*fs pot *mir mmlort first. K*er*wberr 
Ilwre s stuuethmg new. something diflrretil and wonderfiillr 
IteMrr. 

Rim’ll ihnil. pleasjnllv of ronrse. when *oii feel fix diepjxd- 
up pare and stead* balancr of tlud Ixaiitv. Dwre d more jii>wer 
eager la»rae|aiwer - Wller pt« k-up. more ertw-xm * and 
Merrurv 'd famous ecivnom*. 

lie one of ilx fir*i to see. to ”Road Ifst * and to ow« a .>2 
Mrrrurv wtth the ’’luture features . 


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The jFt'rftH'l ]E3aster eiwt^mble in plain and pi'inl color 
combinations. Waist high and hlp-leiiRfh jack^s with 
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Navy-white, blark-uhiie. al.so pnnls. printed crepes and 

19 95 25 00 

Sizes 16«-j lo 22’-,. > m fcW.WU 


Feature Value! 

Imported Sweaters 

KOR TlIKKK DAYS ONIA 

Famous British manufacturer I Fully 
fifshioned all*wt>ol Imtany ilM-gauge) 
pullovers and cardigans in dark shades 
only. Sizes 'A4 to 40, (Iretm. brown anti 
navy. Shon-'^leeve Pullover. . 

lk)ng-slee\e Pullover - B.Hft 

Cardigan T.Hft 

Take Advaniage of 'Thi* Exceptional Offer 
at Woodwards 


Grey Is the Winning 
Color This Spring! 

And W'oofhvard s tiave a seltution 
of sujM'rfine gre>' worst « h 1 flaniitd 
suit* and r'oals m classic or semi- 
classic stvles which will go every- 
where. Set* lh«*sp rtiats and suits, 
modestly priisNl at 

foal 

59.50 59.50 

Sizes 12 to IS 


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Only *69“ DELIVERS This 
Beautiful SPINET PIANO 


This verv beautiful 
.Spinet de luxe piano . . . 
complete with matching 
bench 1* the product of 
('anada'a moat famous 

i oano manufacluier . 
»velv satin walnut fin- 
ish to ilelight tlie eve 
the tich lone and easy 
action of this xutierh 
musi«*al tnxirument will 
give a lifetime of piidi* 
and enlovment 


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W 

1 

CO Cn Down 

DO.OU Pavment 

1 

Vi monthlv pavmenis 


of -A) TjO 

Faxv rermd <juoied In- 

; k. 

9 

elude tax. 


Now Id the linve to trade 
In vour old piano Your 
predeni piano ran Fm* 
usefi as part pavment 
A generous allow ani'e 
will he glven. 

CASH CCQK 

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romplele with Bench 

diibdtanllal amount 
for vour old piano, de- 
pending on condition. 
Wofwiward’s will {irepay 
the freight lo anv station 
or wh.xrf In B (‘ 


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ODKON THKATKK — I« A -M. TO \Z N(K>\ 
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r.v S50 

THK ADDISON (OMRINKD 
KADIO AND TV 

A veiy hanri.dome table model, built for com- 
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• Rlt* I7 1N(H TKI.EVI.SION SCREEN. 

• T\%IN TV AM) RADIO ( IK< I IT. 

• f'olor tonvertor < dnneetor hull! In to 
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id availnhle a flight atiiudtmrnt in all that 
will be neede^l 

• ritra High Hteqiif-nrv Rei-epllon I* pr»vv|hle 
in ihid AdrllNon mmtel vvllhoot 'he addition 
of expensive equipment Thle will prevent 
the xe{ becoming nbooletr when Ihe new* 
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For Your Old 
Radio. Hegard- 
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RetJiil Price 
Trade-In 

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Th» Br»lish agiiruHun* mintn«f\ In l<i»n«lon hi 
mosfm»*rni *»v«r « Urt:<' pan o< w>nh and *-tai Eni 
ihf ipread of foot and mou>h dl«M«a About -.V 
born ilaufhtrred In motrTltim iiuiluovtks of th 
Ubi two uerka. 

« « * 

In HaahJnflon. Srnaior -’Nloti BnriB**' 'R •' 
1 d-«ir to apprar brfotr IJouvr of ftrprr<rni»tiv 


A' annual b«n.|nr« of ihr ('.tnadlan ABsorUtl-.n of Rmad 
cs‘«rr« m Toronto !•«« night aia'K>» CJOT of l^thbridgr waa 
a ^ard•Nl thr John J. Clllin Jr nnrmotiai avtard for ouiatamtmg 
mnimuoua puhlir h\ h hroadraning «tarlon within M« own 

c«mmunlt^ A arrond a>*4td, for ronirIhuMona In thr irmnical 
ftrld to Canadian broadraaiiMR want to *iat|«»n (MOR, Vam-o'ivrr 

« « a 

A -li! ooo.ono 'libri. j.Jsndn and i*onaplrac)" auil ha* barn fllad 
In Washington h\ Srnainr .lo^rph Mr<’arih> 'R W la ' againsi 
Srnaior William Ranioa 'M <*onn • >□ wh»<h McCaithy acL-u»ra h»a 
arrh rrltle of unlawfully Ranking to oual him from iha .Sansta 


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nAV-IN. DAV-m T THKIR FOOD DOU ARS 
SI PFR VAU . 


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Tha Canadian Srnaia in Oiiawa ha* approx^d a moxr lo dalxr 
Into lava* laviad hy frdaiat provlnrlal and muniripal auihoritiaa In 
Canada and atirmpi to daiormma how ihay alfart iha varimia In 
noma group* among tha propla 

* * * 

A rS Houaa judkiary aubcommitiar in Wa*hiiiaiMii ha* la 
fiisnd to givr fadai al claatmp thirf New bold Morn* rha auhpoana 
pnwrra ha a*ys ha nard* lo rondu« i an all-out proba of wrongdoar* 
In *ha govammanf Moni«. *ald iha *iibr*>mniiitar, *hould hr mm 
prllrd to obtain auhpoana* through ragular court rhannrli 

« « « 

Tha Franrh National A«srmhl\ foingn affaln rommis*ion in 
Pan* ha* adopiad a prnpn*aJ h> Jtorialisi deputy Catard .lacquat 
that Franca ahoulo nagotiatr with Britain and o»har muntiia* to 
makr Frrnrh and^ngli*h 'world langtiaga* 


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(ilnK^rbread 
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IJhhy*ft. Fancy 
20-oz. tinA 


Mem her Ch a rges 
Go vern m en t Wasle 


Squirrel Brand 
16-07.. jar 


Canned Juices 

Lemon Juice 
Orange Juice 
Appie Juice 

Canned Meats 

Boston Dinner p,„,„nBr»n.i 
Corned Beef Dinner rv;“' 
Steak and Onions Vngar *. 
Parklane Whole Chicken 
Devilled Ham t'ndarwnoil *. 
Meat Paste '’'■^>.0 a-...,.., 

Mfsce/Zoneous 

Tomato Soup 
Instant Coffee 
Jelly Powders 
Pudding Powders pk‘,T'’ 

Canned Vegetables 

Lima Beans 
Sauerkraut Uhbv *. 

Peas Gra^n Giant. Fancy IVor ii 
Seo Foods 

Sockays Salmon I’loxar 
Herrings in Tomato Sauce 
Shrimps w>t P"''h Vl'-tOT 4 's-r' 


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THURSDAY, FRIDAY 
AND SATURDAY 
MARCH 27, 28, 29 


ft-oi. line 
Raa *'0 
2 i'u>.' im* 


♦ flirirnry in it* iniomal admim airan 

itration wrrr levflrd at thr Thta had plarrd *n additional 
Manitoba govrrhmrni today by hurdrn on muntripalHtr» hut ihr 
rt'iff Roblln 'PC Winnipeg gnvrrnmrnt/ continued to make 

Snu'h' a* flchatr on the 1W2•.^3 rules wlth/l^gard to education 

hudrat opened In the legl*lature ^nd aocial «erxlc«*B which the 

Mr. Roblln urged eetahllah municipalise* had m carry out 

ment of an indepentlent n»mml« nnd pay for. he aaid. 

•mn to Invesilgate mean* of K not good 

ript'ing down government *pend ^^ough to concentrate on amting 
|rg and followed through w|ih ,, 1 ^^ re»er\et Indefinitely for 
a w ant of-confidence motion. emergencle* and lo«« of fiitiii-* 
MOTION .AMF.NOr.n revenue 'while local g.nr.n 

Gnrdnn PTne* -CCF WInnI- ment* are being fnrred Ini., the 
pec Centrei moved an amend poallinn nf laving . . bejnnd 
mem to the want-of-confldeoce theli rapacity 
motion charging the goxemment 
faded to provide aufflelent aid 
to munldpallile* 

Mr, Roblln *ald the g.wern 
meni had made no step to re 
vrise the provin.e* flechne in 
p.ipul*lion and had allowed the 
ptoumial -iem «o *.>ar hey.mtf 
lea'onahle Mmii*- He aaked that 
an In.TnaA-e in admlniati ation 
cost* of .TJfi per cent fmm 


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Frying Chicken 


R(K KGA.S APPOINMKNT 


Pork Shoulders 


Hem/. l‘V.- uty 


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THE GENTLE BLEACH 


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RLof, bottle 


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I ca Ui* direc'»rt 

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r* i>ir ftppainlmfM at fstri 
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Mr Ber-. »h" 
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Apricots 


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TEA BAGS 


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Household Needs 
Glass Wax t;n|d '^al flo/ tin 

Old Dutch Clean*ar„„ 

Bon Ami Powder or rake 

Dish Cloths 


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Baking Needs ^ 

Magic Baking Powder ^ 


CARROTS 


\A aAhiriK;ton, 
new. washed 


Royal Fail Yaast 

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light back -Jual heed for the 
penally bo* If they were tent 
there." 

Manager Conny Smythe of the 
l^afa countered by accualng tpe 
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»Ferni Klaman oui of the game.’* 
he aald. •'Apparently i'hadwick 
4 Referee Bill Chadwick' didn't 
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period when IS were handed out 
|4-Ing the record for a period 
Smythe naturally waan'i count 
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play hockey *■ he aald "But we ll 
be back In there Thuraday ' 

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ion Bruina laai Reason 

IHirlng the aecond period the 
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20 mlnuteg. 


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the march to the cooler. SIr agsmst him. 

wete for In'ei ference. four weie iht 

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wete for In'ei ference. four weie iht 

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the Bed Winga who has a repu 
latlon aa a rough houae player. 

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Here i* the l.incoln for l'>)2 ... a aigo'fi* 
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lAe one /?ne rat rfe/ihernle/v rfcArgrierf fnt 
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ihere’i beauty wnlh a purpoae, deaigtl 
with rea*iMi. 


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mightT lomaHn of power— more potisr 
rfinn m«> ecer nerxf. 

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pohian and I .apri w*on - make the r<e|ight« 
fill rli*cnverr of the one fine car that hta 
finalU capitired the air. tba feetuig. of 
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The Knglrtccr’a Clrowiiing 
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Overhead \alve \ -8 Kngine 

The compleielv new lancoln 4-8 
engine, latent and greale*! from the 
ma*ter craftnmen who have hnill 
more V -8 engine* than all other car 
rnaltepa comluned- New ctrluaive 
**Hi-^wirl" cotnhu*lM»n rharaher*. 
new overhead V alve*. higherromprea- 
iinn ratio and greater horaepower 
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power plant that aeta a new high 
in agile performance. Teamed with 
in OK 4-M ATIt;r>RlV y. a# stand- 
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proviKi enough •* fhe K«»j»l’« , ..... . . 

r.lK.'d o„. . 12 Urtor. In a ?.-t. I''""' ■■■■ •' 

rngerrt gamr whl.-h pro<lu..nl n. T'"-. ‘ 

.Tlirm ho.ka> l..r .hum 3I..I Prmr.tu.1 hUh .'..ust I. ‘.u..,nr.l. 

Ilia' Jrijv t W4*u mt«'v 

jironrt K*me of the wrnev w"h • i»i« i..M me 

m hedulefi for Vi* «<»n« Fn<»*y. ‘he »ri'utnen« 

Ihirh lor New We«^«min«ler Sjii- h«t |n»nr«| to tie th*- wiiuung 
ufilay, enh the fourth for Vk go»l tiimr li*'-* iluoi fi\e numiie% 

lona next Tuesday Daiee «f later afin a faroMif m iiie 

other gamea, if uet'tieii. will be lotia vi mi- li<>ti l.<i\e got it>e 

imnounwl laiei flraw and jMs»eij Uo k in H<>h 


taking up ctu-kei to exclusion 
of h)v other >fe<rtlng artiviilee. 
Parkins was well-known for his 
h.xsehall a< mines with NaNy 
ti-am dtiring war years. 


ai<*rl»tr 

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'olems stayed 
by dumping 


jiimiied Inio an eaiK lead hut 
drn|>iM*<l behind at the half Hi 10. 
Mounl View set a torrid pare in 


However. II took a basket in the 
la.st three minutes by Allan 


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Doubters Go Tliroii»;li 

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Long Walk 


ft ftatlg ftflUmivt. VictevU. • C 

Tk«ra4s)i, March 27, t9S2 


Edmoiitoirs 
Allan Cup 
Team ^ViIls 


KDMONTON. March 2ft mT*‘ 
Kdmonton Pals tonight out- 
skaitHl arul oul-slmt Trail .'smoKe 
Kaierx T.2 lu take the ftr«t game 
of their tiest-of .seven Western 
' sp i final. 


About « an.s wat • • 

.take a short lived lead In the first 
'period before Pats evened the 
(count 11 before the end of the 
I period. 


l.,<*aven Toflav 


Royals Score, 3-2, 

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In Opening (^iinie 
But Cougars Good 

! nv JIM MHIIK playing 'he U"Vrtl» aUlmiigh 

NKW \VKST\11N>TKR Match 

20 New Wiwtininstrr's league k in ihe gaiue when llrmte 
rhamplon Koeala. who finished '^U'Otgman h-.l 1- .:ri a tlcaimg 
the season 3^ points ahead of l>a^^ atid Andy llrl.enti.n lore in 
' • • . til ban-’ Hi itie lelxuitid «•( hit 


Tt:0 PARKINS 


piont here tonighf but only i | 

after a lough struggle which In- _ 

!di.aie<l the beximf seven semi 
final series might be extended i, ‘ . 


Bui Uoegan was tiill In the 
penally buiv whoii Kufyala went 
aheait on a disfiuicd goal. Jim 


nil- r"---. • f*n« i « 

two more iitian'^wered goals in cejiieci poMiioii ss cricket ctiach _■ . .., .. fprie.p wnh i 

I - . 1 ... (k.. tuiiiiwi <it Triniic iV.lip.rp «;rho.>l. Ilefotr Second game of Ihe srnes IX ' 


B ait V»n Orrlsr e'ii.r>» 

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rii»i pfttM- 1 Trill. Krsrmii 
10^ J Iilmunion. tu«rc isilri* 
jc ir Koi«i-*» -■ tj''’’ *• 

hfuua -J. SooiiMUor. Win i»»"y 

ll<«i CM « Tr«ll KolBt'f Kri-mm- . -« 


Makf^ riiiU 'l‘Im*al 


Jack McNIe, ardent supporter of Victoria CouRais. 
smiles triumphantly atvl i>oints out way to Oilwootl 
(*omer from « ar as riifford SImmonds prepares to start 
lonif hike to pay off wayjer made after arj»umenl over 
lesjM’rtive merits of V'ictoria t'ougar.s and Vancouver 
( ‘anuck.s. 


Simmonds and Archie McBride, who in hLs corner 
in aiKument. arc shown In fair .shape about midway 
through trip. lx)sers were forced to make long Jaunt 
when Cougars d<featf*d Se.Htle Sunday to wintl up 
P.C II.L. season ahead of (,’anurks. — i Colonist photos 
bv Bud Km-sman 


Argentine Coliee 

To Ho**h Keferef‘s 

niFNOS AIRK«« Msr.M 
Jo 'Af'' l''»)olhHU ref 
erer-v in Ai^enUna'^ Tor- 
il'ikA prnvir.if iirr- in for A 
rough lime I III ye.-»i. 

A new jM)li»-n ■ odp is- 
the whiKlIe nmters will l>r 
liAhle to seven day.x m jail 
.ifid a fine If they are "guJliy 
of pnrliaitly or negllgeme." 
which leadr. t« incidenls in 
file field. 

The ifMle says that the 
rluh directors rrsp»insihle 
for hiring referees si* ae- 
< u<r<t al.so would be liable 
for prison terms and fines. 

The eofle failed in men- 
tion who wMidd nidge Ihe 
referees' beJiavior. 


Sailors in Kallv lor 2-0 Series Lead 

» 

Aller Bruising Battle With Mereliaiits 

A figldlng Navy team <anie hh*ws and Coulter 1‘Kik oul after long shot deflected past a xiariled 
hus'ing from behind vviih a four- Art Riches late In ihe >e«s»nd irian Sparks at 16.06. 
goal third period ai .Memorial jieriod after hurting a leg when That wa? all the m-onng unili 
Arena last rrighl in rlefeai Vic the pair crashed into ihc boards, fi.-sfi the third periml when 
torla Nterchants. 5-3. and lake a They were held apart by learn- R„y IVrry acored a (luesiionable 
20 lead In Ihe best-of-seven Com- mates. gnal. His shm from the left hand 

merrtal Hockey l^eague final in hI RT bounced 

a battle w-hlch rlvallerl anything ‘ ... u a iCUI. The Merchania claimed that 

Willie Pep and .Sandy had been in the goal 

have produced In the way of * V .n *9 nrai eniAvinp It would not have come out and 


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GouiK'il Backs 
.Alberni Gliih 
In Tax Protest 

AIJiKRM. B.r.. March 
26 (t l*)— The city council 
ha.x rterided 1o back the 
.Alberni .Athletic Baskctlmll 
t’liih in lU pnitest aKuiiP<t 
collection of aniUM*nicnt 
tax from gale receipts, of 
strictly amateiir sports 
events. 

.Alderman I'n'd Bishop, 
manager of the .AIImthI 


l*t)VVHt.s I.JNIFNT tk-rgrron who fcl to tlut<h Ih'tiie. 

, . . . . . , A slap shoi gftvr t'uinotr 

Play ranged fmm end to e.ul 

xlmost conunuously a> relcjcc 

Kddie Powers rule«l li-nuMiiIy and . .'llssKIt < H AN< t. 

whistles were few and far ta* <'>Migi(i's pn''^-»cd Ih'Im the '•larl 

twisMi- Temi>cr'. almost god out ,»f (|)<> lm «1 (nthkI nod miss*si 

of liand several times but plavers px,ougti *haiox‘s ii> the first five 

tor Ihe mo*i part, stuck xtrnily nilmites i.. nave p.i! ii l**) 

to the business at hand doubt I'Iav wav cvmnelv f«>l 

The Cougars oi»en«l on the at- m n„s |H.int with ooiv one l4.e- 
tn«-k and held an e<lge during Ike „f/ ,..,i!rd for alno-si io mimites. 

Iln.1 whuh rt.»l ^ I,,, 

.....hr. ,ryms lo ).»ko. ,, 


.....hr. .rylns lo ,,»ko, ,, 

l.m-. aniund 1., a.3 

Ifri'qucntly in an appareni ot- ‘ k ••'c P'*'"' ' * 

I tempt to ke«»p their topacoruig ** !' ' ' '***, * 

unit of Cuyle Fielder. C.ordie In. 

r^showay and Hoh Paul awav •'--t 

from the attentions ..f Victoria s iKs-hcr.e .-.-no. HcM-nmn t--o.g 
ri. A-o..-...., I VA-..H oullilihed i-n tbcir l»“t « han. « 


isshoway and Hoh Paul awav ...-v 

from the attentions ..f Victoria s iKs-hcr.e .-.-no. HcM-nmn t--o.g 
rmug Anderson I^s H.ckev Walt ‘'uHmhed on tbe.r Itest . hare « 
Aianas eomhinat.on The Rovaia •' minutes RovhI^ kept mho 
were at least partially su*'«*evxful '**•“ m llir late sta».es 

t."t it didn’t matter TN* - bi. ’ ’d it w: •; ur.!;! : -la 

three, particularly Fleliter. haiJ * "Og-tts g'd 


Cl RT SIMMON.*^ 


off nights and dUln’l even man 
age an as.sfHi 

KO\AI.S TAKF l.r .AI) 

First gttal of ilie game rame 
early Ip the .sei-ond |>ono*f t>galte 


tiame to Colnoir wiili 

allai kcr 

« . . < 1. I «*»', 


M*i< . t.ail 

Nr« Wr«>mil>Of 


Pti I j .lilt- 1 jih lu Philli4*s t>i*finaMt c'otnrdr who was sieadv lo.xr-ir Br-ir-a#! r. .i.#i ii..i 

piosjH-i oftghtrned vexiei«t.i\ often goixl. bkH-ked two k "*• 


rough action. JnhnstoS captain A! AmokI reported that 

Both ie«m.s obvioiwly had but M^^rhant After h*** would be protesting 

one thought ill mind when they ‘ at the game. Manager Jim Uickle 


for the first Victoria goal. Out- a I’,:;,?. IVu ' 

Victoria, Albmii Bcinaiii 
111 School Hoop Meet; 
Moiiiil View Los(‘s, S7-H t 

By IAN OLKNDAY tournament favorites Duke of 

VANt'OUVFR. March 26 - Connaught, t.iriglr vvith Iw*lix, 

Two Vancouver Island high '^hile the highly regarded Tiaim 
achoolx posted decisive wins, Tech. r|iiinict claslirx with Mis- 
another fell by the way, in the »*»>•'- Creslon mei-is fiihsenx 
opening round of the British t.’«>- I-anding. f>rand Folks plavs 
iumbla high Ichool basketball J>t>u»h Humnby and Kainlot*ps 
tournament here at the l» B.C takes on l^rd Tweedsmuir 


■'I''"'’" r . v.uh ■(„ s 


the game. Manager Jim I^ackle 
would not confirm the report. 


Bays Ghalk Up 

n "• II*. Ih7Vxc7plmn'amrasrouid b^^^ ley scored the first ofihree gnals at 1126 to put the Sailors 

I hirH V peanl. U produced plenty of 1 24 on a pass from Bunker front. Siandley clicked on a 

I nil II ? II llfl y Hill and It began to look like bcauttful -solo effort less than 

__ ■ w * « another lopsitlM win for the 3 minute later to complete the 

vlAtwl f AO/I TK.'IPKR-S n-AKK Pars. But hanlly before the scoring. 

1 II 1 lA Clil Navy'a Doug Johnston and cheers had died down, Cliff Coul- Although the Tars ouiskaied 

Men hani.s’ Cliff Coulter were the ter lied the 4'ount at 2.25 and out.shol their opponents 

now TMrr sTsxn^ i t f a ri» first to tangle aeriously. Bot't Jimmy Gallant put Merchanl.s throughout they ran into one 

v.“i 1'*nt h I • I '? • I major penalties, ahead nine seconds later. snag, especially in the first two 

xIuVi*if«iu> I I 1 t I • Then Sailor John Bond tried con- Navy stormed around Ah Ellis periods. •41i« name was Ah F!fli.s. 

J 5 I t 'J I c»u.s|on.s with Ah Taylor. I,ale In In the MerrhanK net but they j^e league's top goafle gave an 

^ , , , the game. Merchants' I-en El- could not gel the goal back p^cfiUpni display of his chim 

Oak Bav High School scored its standley exchanged Al Arnold made H 3-1 when his pionshlp form as he stopped at 

third vkdory In the Inter High least one shot from every Navy 


J straighl line and they never rearguard He was 

^ r ■ 

) bun ends, high Hbnws. and flying ai *, 4 

A.u-ks were the rule lather than N»vy MarmI fast av Al Manri- 


irt in a cx>III«m*n with the s.XIlXIKS IN TIE 

gged Navy rearguard He was siandlev converted another 

km to hospital with a p.i*<sihlc n,ji 3, 

nken shoulder. .Navy on even terms and Russ 

Navy stariwl fast av Al ^'tanri• McKay scored from Orville Coul- 


managip m ••nnounccincnt from army shots, going down on the semnd. ‘ 'j;;.!.. r r e.*.,. u m... 

.Athletic M*n or A that Curt simrnons wilt nH-eive Vllyoi, who appeared to be nn r, 

leant, told the council Uust discharge ne.xt month. Stm- ,he crease at the time, barely 

night that the provincial mons. 22. was southpaw pitching nianaged to get the puck over i>*o<»ii 1 WM»mi. .■»! 

g«»vernment taxation de- star of Phillies in 1950 when he jjie line. VG.V. wr^nM.'.'! 

partment haa lM*en notified won 17 games and Inst eight H^ A charging penalty for Fiorl ''Vo 

the eluh Intends to with- was Inducted Into army on Sept. first of two. set the stage ooft**! r#'. a<><i n « n»*i»r t, 11 1» 

hold the tax unices foreetl 195**- for the first Victoria goal. Out- aTnIiV IVii'' ' 

to make payment. 

He .said incmhcrs of Ihe l/*a * ill *!> * 

Viclona,AllMTiiil{«‘iiiaiii 

gates from amateur hports ■ wi mm 

• In Sdiool lloon Meet; 

amooK >otini; people of the | 

community. \ MM .IT* V 


! tionl Junior .Soccer League by 
blanking Mount Dmtglaa, 44). at 
Oak Ra^' vesierday. 

The win strengthened Oak 
Tt.i'. « first place position. It Is 
tn>w f«i«ir pi*lnts In front of Vic- 
l(*na High and .M«*unt Ibtuglas 
«>ak Bav had a ilcfiniie crlgr on 
Die (>Iny ihriHigItMiii but rould not 
tircak thr«-iigh the M"iu*i Douglas 


Filers Gome From Behind 
To Tie Eclmoiiltm Series 


'y I • I player with the exception of 

rmii neniiul Siiarks had a much etsior time 

.In the Navy nets as hLs defense 
^ • men Johnson. Ray Shedlowskl, 

I.aPnlnie and Rirhes tnuk 
,fIIi.""II 1^1^ care of most Merchant aUa'k*. 

Viricrta MrfhAM* r,l,t Mu** R 

i,<eh m«n lor (Hr wm..„.on quin- 


Uoloiiist Uu|) 
Soccer Final 
Set Mondav 


Ilales for the i>esl-4»f -three 
final for The « olonKI I up. em 
Meiiiatlc of the Mxcer rhant- 
pionshJp of tireater Victoria 
high s«ho4»ls. were announced 
yesterday. 

Ml. Mew. W'hhh fliilsheij sec- 
ond In the round roliln s«*ries 
to decide Hie flnallsls, gets Its 


cvm last nliht '"»rtic- 

gym la i niRin. An**r«i j. c m .ki* : i n*ir i 

Albcrnl ran up the hlghesi ^.* wn r..r. » ru.»rt» a-?-.* 1 >•.« 

- A ' e*A^ r<*ff \ f<'» . Ot»' Si J'7" ^eflt.irf-,.. % 

3Con ol Ihe day Io ^wam|» Ctih- ^»ee ,tx $ n-r ?4. i tbu* 


sen's t^andtng 67-17, while Vic- 


JOF PA(JF. sens i«anuuig oi • i 

, !. torts High Srh€>ol 1 

Much can hap, K-n In three vMrs 

,n.*i no one rcalat^ this better j, 3^ ^ 

than onetime southpaw star of ^ 

New Yojk YankiTR known as Only Mount Mew 

ihe git-, reliever’ when he was I'Jsiug a Ihrtlllng .t 


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sai :'D a.'PI.ri 


1 Chpi *• - 


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1 • l»I i .V»44 


break though th.-M.nmt Douglas ' ulrvv-Tl.l ' 

defeiiM' and < ote ilranly. But' \iifuuuver Filers »ainc Irum be P< - spai«« j«*hn*on a> 

.shMurrs gave the winners a ’2 0 himl In the fourth uuHitcr to- Filers came out on lop 2U9 "^i'rKVr S* 

lei.i >1 half time bv lunveriltiL' n‘ldii to tnlge Fdm<int«»n Meteors In the first quarter hut neither r,.,.*. tArotm* H«**r 

p,irof p.'naiu kicks while Kill 'V**" ^[1 l'■‘T TrT’ i' 

n... . . ..ri«n .n ii.i» K*..-«nH . snin semt final io the limit. In the seiond qunrtir it was a ,,,, p rouit*r n*rrj cphvt 

arrnrd p*rii>d Srerinv hak* P*nA)ti*« 


a>,r'Vio«»*l 

Wit.. 

I Cnutirr 


home groimds for Ihe o|*4-nlnc ^m-si ii'iicf pitcher )ri basehall 
«-lash on Monday against de f'iige, who cut itL-tl more titan $3*J 

fending (haiiiploM Oak Kny. ISni in 1ns trcsi ye.u. is giving li 

one more i Jiamx* at .4-1. But he I 


Only Mouni View failerl lowm nnti.it. i>.' • v*-»t n »>j. \. 

losing a IhrUlIng :t7 34 overtime f" V.’’/ V j.V'nVfVJ'io'*Vs 

battle to (’hllhwaik 


D was a bluer ptil to swutlow 


ll»e ;n*ring in the sei-ond *anto. 

Young Vi eller 
Scores T.K.O. 
Over Williams 

rHICAr.O, March 26 <Af’>. 


The narrow victory, pared by different story .,Ane«>e r -cm*iur ..n.W, 

Jim Mllrhell, evened the best-of- ver squad held a ■iJ-oc margin at nnnd >3 fiunn**- avTivpia* Ttrinf o«»; 
three series al one game each, the half way mark. *Tiiim p*rio<) *. n**v ivrr* •»« « 


Melenrs won the opener last Meteors, always driving m the 

night by a 62.5S count. Third second half, bounced Into the lead .** i»j« emiu** s«o(i, aunai*) 
game will be played here tomor- Ule In the third quarter and 
rnw- were ahead M-51 when the final 


Mitchell sparked the Eilers at- P*‘rlort started, 
lark w..h .n 18^ln> dUpl.y 

that Metenrs c-ouldn t hall. Nev ,u,. Bart«»ii a»»»sf «?< 

Munro and John Forsyth Nmlrtb- 

utefl a big share to the victory, v ••*«■«**- •■•■*• u#». l••s 


FAN FARE 


»* 

Waff Offien 


Ne«smd gntuc of the s«-rics is more i Jianix* at .‘4-1. But 

M hciliilcd for XN *-diies«lay al ,,,, longer <onm’' ted wiUi Y* 
XXIndsor Park, which will l>e ..j ;;.ifii/ailon and will mak< 
home grounds for Oak Bay If comeback try with Syracuse 

a third match Is nr«s-ssary. II — 

will he played al Victoria High 

S« hiN»l next Friday. m • 

la's IsaacMin has been ap- M Mt 

pointed to referee all matche*. I f I 

The winner will meet Vancou- f 

ver champions with dale and a /V 

she of the match, or malt hes, ft c §*M^W / '%/ 

to be de* Idrd. MM* lC.-f* j 


II for Miiunt View players. Tbev Vs.'-j-. 


the third frahne to hold a 2f>2'J 
edge going Into the final frame 


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I E3 nf^l I \ I the win. TTsrpi ppy i/llira 

I I Allen .Snow-sell pared loaers ijm'OLn’ Kngland Mar«h M 

Manager Dh k Adams and " points pharl/» a TV I longstu.l, 

five players. Including Infielder TOTF.M.H MAXE TROI BI.K hrre/ed hi»tne r.Klay to win U>e 

Buddy Hieliiiaa. arrived yes Oliver gave the Tolemi plenty onemtle Lincolnshire HandUap 

lerday al Omak. Mash, site of (rouble before bowing out. Vic, fu-st big ra<e of the ymiog 

XXenaiphee ( hlefs' training |(,gh ran up a big lead in the Englrsh flat racing xeaion 

camp. opening minutes and held a 3fH4 The winner owitFd by OMiff. 

* • * edge at the half. A quick scoring I^ee won bv a length and a half 

:,.-w- Ynrk Yankees yesterday bur*t by Oliver put them bark In from .‘'treatley, 4M with I.a 
• I Infu-iiler t^ne Mauch. drafietl the game and Ihe two tquada ITIn»-esae. a 22 1 • ham-e In Hurd , 
frnm -Mllwauke*'. 1.. .st. l»uia were tM 24 24 going Into the place 

rardinal- fnr $liuait* waiver price. R««l canto Totems racked up six There were 4fl starters and the 
« « « straight pointa In the rinsing winner’s purse was |7 '7H. 

, , « . , minutes and »ianwj effectively 

Wlan IxHig. defense star of * ,, , rp» • 

last s*Ms-^'s Viclort. J m J.hraua w.!, the big gun Tlf 111 FoUrSOmfS 

is ei|*e<-led lo play for XIonIreal , .. .. 

' ' I for the clly atudents. dumping In o „ w.u,.n .nd m,* r 


Snowsell to knot the <ount for ** 

the lasers. Then the mainlandert as i aa 

took over in the eight minute hflSllSll I iHnClICRp 

overtime quarter to oularore the c I 

^ on liv 3 ;M Shot 


t*ntM‘aien f’huck Davey. southpaw . . -- re<ni>i- »'•" • 

.. . ... . ,M-oring |.i and id points resp** r,,,,is hI' w»m» <:■ wius*m -i* 

h-ver from Michigan Slate ‘W ar..VuV*. t.ui--s 7 

lege tnmght .cord a let hnical Plckelt, a **- — 

kmx knut over Ike Williams. Vancouver (’lover l^af 

fi>rmrr lightweight champion. In m*oring pace in the L i 

I (if Ihi* fifth round (>f a s« hed- (i,r the second straight MjUCM o A.jCtpi'llJ C 

tiled Id rounder ,lme. Tlie big forward htl the 

Uefcrce William D*'iy halle^l f„r «i points, two less than W' T'lflA 

the bnui when Williams was ,m- ^ lead all In the scor }f^ CSlCril I 111“ 


are. set Ihe scoring pace m the 
game fur the second straight 
lime. Tlie lug forward htl the 
loop fnr points, two less than 


the bnui when Williams was tin- j,.., m lead all In the scor 

able to tlefrnd lumM-tf tinder pj|. coiurnn. 

D.iveys iwoflsKsl attack. IbUy |»rirr was again second 

Davey Is undefeated In 32 pro 

Williams was a pathetic sight All mfoi*C 

as Davey battered him Into help Vii I y l\ ■ l*v /Ictl o 
]es<.nesA Ike was slow and showed 
no semblance of former cham- E^rxHi; t/x 
pionship « lass at any stage of the |\allV Ixl Will 
one sidM bout, Davey. hoxlng v 

masterftillv won all five roti'id-s I> • II _ 

Each weighed 145 T-un N two ^31)18111 I lOllOrS 
tii-«trr the w-ehenvetghf limit. 


The Bantam All ‘^tars of the 

Matwdmen May 

J Island bantam championship last 
ffe * I night bv defeating Nanaimo. 12-2. 

nCSHin iirOHClS ■' M'^ortu Arms 

Victoria won the tw-o game 

A sharp attendance dedim. mial-goal senes. Wn they lost 
since the weekly show* were <>P*’ber 6-2 a» I'J 


VANt'Ot'VER. March 26 fCP* 
Vancouver Eilers defeated Ed- 
monton Pat.s 4831 here tonight 
lo make a clean sweep of Ihe 
best nf-five series for the West 
ern Canada Senior "A ’ women’s 
haiiketball crown. 

Ellers won the first game 3B 
35. the second 65 45 
The Vancouver team ted all 
the way niiisennng Pats in 
every quarter hut one 

Ilm'kev Scores 


Lovelletle Sets 
Toiiriiev Mark 
In Kansas \ in 


Manager Dit k Adams and 
five plavers. Including Infielder 
Buddy lljeliiiaa. arrived yes 
lerday al Omak. Mash, site of 
Menalihee (hlefs* IraJnlng 
camp. 

* • * 


LIN(’OLN Kngland Mar«h JA 
'AH' Pharl/a a 33-1 longstHii, 
hrermi home 'udav to win U>e 


cm SFATTI.F. March 26 tAl’i.— 
4^. ( lyde Loveilette. huge, alx-f<M>l 

’‘“'i nine-inch ••eotre, tonight led Kan 
naa to the N'.C.A.A. basketball 
championship. 

I>o>-eilette scored p*in(a In a 
Iremendmia individual perform- 
arMV> as his rluh scored a record- 
_ I shattering fW-tW win. nvrr SI. 
B|b John’s In the final. 

^ I’nlversltyr of Illinois won third 
' -] place in Ihe first game by edging 
M out Wanta ( lara. 6744. 


Hlan l4»Mg, defenae star of 
last sfuison's Mcioria ( ougars. 
is ei|»rctr<l to play for Xfontreal 
f ana*( 1 ens as a replaienteni for 
Jlni Mai-f’hrrson In tonight's 
N’.H.L playoff game with Bc*s- 
lon. 

* « « 


“"JUn' j'.hr."p*i f.!.”.'!;- b(P ,„n Tie in Foursomes 

for the clly students dumping In „ W.Uon and Mm f. 

14 points and playing a strong „ (;,n,s and Mrs A .s. t; Mus. 

defensive game. j ^ 

AI.BKKNT BKKE7.E.W IN’ far flr^Uplace honors In Ihe nine- 


• I #h n 1 •"«- AI.BKKM BKKE7.R.W IN' for flr'Uplace honors In Ihe nine- 

'i nKerall/orminols won third * * * AlbemI had little trouble with hole rnurs.-me . nmPMhtMn pUyrd 

place In Ihe first game by edging Kiirhener gnalhee,*er Rill Har a I-anding opening up a s' 'he M.tr.ria r.„|f Mob Tues- 

out wanta ( lara 6744, rlngton has been named the win- •(’(• scoring at will, Ron day 

l 4 )velle|te's JW points again set ner of the AlheD .Red. Tllxon <iray potted 26 points for the Mr* I. .f Prr*r.nr and Miss 5f 
a new \ ( A A record h<sH.llnc Trophv awarded annually In the ’turners Ihe biggest total of the Prl-r were f.mnervMp Thirty 
hi. own mark of IWk -i Tue«t.y rr. • 'valuable player In the O H A - -uple- .o,n|aMed m the tnurney. 

asti ft as « « YftinW*p A * (.Aftfftidi X M n^r Of 

against II lm.*s. to HI fnr four Junior A ronnaughf 'Jt Burnaby .South r,,| \- 

games of imirnameni play. * • 39. Powell River .72. Cresion 20 nPilVe^ Mil .lUlC 


«t txvvnra ci r 
wtaitiwr wsjot srwi ri.tis 
nisr* S*r ft is'ni J»hs Ift 
asiBi J.Sa ks4« bs<i ni «***a »*r>»« 
IS- 

Msiifftt I rhsrlsu*ts«s I 

‘KsiHst a*«t .4if-****a y.ft' 


slnc^ the weekly showa were op*’bcr 6-2 a» ('tanaimo two a.i.f*, | rnsrisuM... i 

nu.vcd lo the Mclorla Ballns.m weeka ago. -h.ihs. a*,. -«( .***« ***,*. ».# 

a.. ..rvd.iuhtmttv- resulted In Ihe Dallas Ijinmlell led the Vlctoris tarwotm nr 

has utKiountcuiy reauneo in (nr ... * sASTias uixarta rwu. 

first appearance In some llrrie •tt«<’k with thrw gc^ls and two ^ ^ *.,!,),* a 

n* women wrefttlera asaiata while Robert Large picked ensr*** « 

here of women wrestie™. «■*!»-*• .tTd n.sse*t use* a**t sr nrft J i. 

Promoter Nick ilarrls haa • pair of markers and passed j*pt* iw- ^ 

announced Ibai Ginger O'Hara, 4'*^° more. oarvato rmsia 

p.u-iisnA and Vancouver’s Rory ' r»rue - vuisri* n««i 0 »i i ai ritssm*** t 

Poniano. an », vuisn*. usmbsi -afu-st-****# «sn*« it*e i u 

Palmer WtB wrestle In a special r*;..u.*. f>». nrsTiaM rxnsD* stwi risst. 

nnay a cara. lsu* in « s*n*i*>s a Y*<jn« : »• e»«f »:(•<• i wtnniwc » ♦•***u»*'.*' 

I'huf Thunderbird meet.- » Vir.^r* s»»in* . ii'i« • » mMP*» use* **ru* i ft- 

^ .1.. msIm .,v«..* '■ '• S*'io% arsTtmen 11 ift 1 •**' ■'»«' 

Swede Olson tn the mam tvent v;:--- • js-i w. --- ? .w«i**>> i sr loioa Hmstr m»*i 


i«S* |*rr* tW' ^ 

oirrvaio rrssia 
'>'■ ns«i0ii I ai CitssriM* t 
>i 'afu-st.****# «»n»« it*e 1 I' 

, ^ WFSTiaM rXNSDA ASKI riSAt. 

• rnr- «- :(•« 1 Wtnnijwc 1 «ftv**Ue.»' 

• W innip** Use* t*ru* t ft- 

T efi* •!»«. 

■ ar KMoa Hoistr mi*i 

• K*'T'->i*U «*m** l. TfsJi a*"M* •*■»*» 
" ft 

si'«i »*-r* t*«i -«f 'hr** 

' AI.I AS rt r 


The Great ZImba lakes on t **r;. w "r.rV., *4''t...i.u a,**.*, i. tr.., a*--. 

Robena in the semi w indup and timm e.*.« i* M’,* J'i ’ 

Tyke Myren and Bmg Viuon f*‘*’ V,» V-*;.. 

tanale In Ihe <»penlng bout. The w*i»»r ••i* n viHsn* ismjh w*«Tftas yasapa SMii risAi 

* . . *T. a m 'Lire* i*«« 14 Ls*ft« ar*ek-i Trs.i am«*t* as-*r» I aamsn<4 

pro|run itarta ai B«a, uaftHUi itw. rms^'m, aftc*. I •pum i*»s ct »ft*t-«r-»»««a m 

^ 4 


Trs.i am«ft* as'*r* I aamsn<'w e*< 
• PUM f*»s ot ftft*t-ftr-»»««a Mfu* 


games of tournament play. 

Minor Soccer 

Games schedul**tl In B.e l.^wer 
Island Junior and Juv-enlle Fo><t 
ball As. •( uition uver Uie week 
end folkm-r 
SAIT RDAV 

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M*'> 0>»»r lUs'-T ., Mill 1 ft fs 

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SINDAY 

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rip »#rl»t V'*(" 1 • • I »** \ I .4 
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riB<* • » !-'•*»• Ppi I ft 

pMUisfk It A'si s*>, 4.f re /* 

V*-* 4- Mirn* c^.:— -- 

■ill, 1 ft * 


fnher results were Duke of 
(’onnaughf TiR, Burnaby- .South 
39, Powell River .72. Creslon 20 
I>eifa 2** (’.rand Fork* 20, V?- 
slon 44 Kamloops 35. Trapp 
Tech. 44, I^ord Tweed^ulr 2k 


T 16 mile mens ^ 

^im will be a,f opening ^y Kamloops 

: ? X * Tech. 44, I»rd Tweed 

lional KfchlMt lim ^ T»r.*nloj^ -j-odav’s draw pH 
Aug. 24. nrat prise »■ ,„l„( p„,,HI Rlvf 

Thewm,HmsdlslafWr«*linw1^ 

he held iV^folkml^nC day. ( 

Winruf*eg Blue B«>mbers have ^ 

signed Dek Evan*, coach "Iff f . 

Loyola l.'nlversiiy. an asaisUnt * * 

to roach George Trafton. Lo*moa «*f*s m .rm 

a* ••*(•* Slalrh« 

ft a a KlrftSe* MSP* 

,, . . . „ BftftnrstXTATIXft KATYR 

R<»btn KYiheris and Rusa r..-.,> i*t*T i asr i 

XfeVer, aie righthander* of the vsyiUsr iftsYiYr 
Philadelphia Phils, have been otviftios tit sot rarax 

shYmlng eacelleni form In f»» * ' - ft * • . • s* . . t 

... « . * rsniisR ivAY.if 

spring training games. Ihtberts nistaios in sosTaiss 

has ailYvwed three runs In It Oii**i»*ftit i s--r • • 

1 , . . - 4 1* ftt«^f»*ft C -- 1 ftrur ft 

lY>nmgs and Myer Yuie nsnta 1 « ■ uatch 

innings. L^staa ft. antitftS !«*«■* ft 


BRADF.N’D)N FU Mar. h 26 
'AP' .Manager Tommy Holmes 
I'Klay ann4-)unc»Hi the 


T^ay’a draw pita Albeiml cut of nine 

■ gainst Powell River. VlY^orla to- be shipied to 

High against rhilllwack and 

Mount View against OUvrr. The InfiH.Ws Joht 

Ixigan arfti Ja«-k DliimY'r pi 

O f' *>*" •'^^'in'sy Wall 

• Ivft Of/f X X f r>Y*n Llddle and catchers J 

wnmoa M*t*s m .r*...*.' a*«sit« h* 

a' psrcftr sisoh« »<•«•« la *s* Osita* sent iy* Milwaukee Rrf^ers 

KirftS** laSi* ,4,.. 1., _ » , 


playera to- be shlp|ied lo the 
minors. 

Holmes said lnfi*-i.lers Johnny 
Ixigan arfti Ja«-k DliimY'r pllrtu 
ers BY»b Mall Murray Wall and 
r>Y*n Llddle and catchers Ja< ic 
Parks and Jim .'v»ji are being 
sent to Milwaukee Brewers «.f 
the American AssYKlatinn 
fMiifteirier Harry lUnehntik 
-'nd pli»?-er Normle Roy will go 
to Atlanta 

PARD MafYdi 26 'Reiiter*' 
-.•Y»den #eat Fra.i.e |A/in an 
iriteiTiaiiOnal SYwv-er game nere 
tonight. 




V 



^ Jockeii 

H WfffS SMKIS lOMS S* 

J roi M»Y AMD ftOY 


Bally (Eolonlat vich.ru. i.c., •n*n.. M.rck n, i»si 9 


Oil- if paper 


rAPKSVUXE- NUnti 2fi 9 and ■ tnp rtnkm* ucensM 

jind »h*n !• nidgr hti bwn premi*^ from 

tha prHininn Mr Th»* laland )udff h** 

annual Int^maMona: namM 

TrliJi »n h#* hfld a< ParkavnlJa 
ftata nn April 2A and T undar TO MAKE l-\KE 
Bpnnaor«hip of ParkaUll# KU'-h An 1nn«>aHon ml* year ^ 
and Oama Aawlailon. building of a holdinedam m 

All lndu:a«lors «o far fwilnt M *lough to provide a «mjll 
a _*^**^^ J Inland laka which ahould eKa 

mora unlf<»rm lasfa Mr tha dogt. 


Mr Jor<l»i>4>i 
«» Mr Orvcnau't Mi 
}<: Mr O. W«trft.l T«t 
•7« 1.U7 

. i«k M* I W BilUm *tn 


onl ■ avMit. Judging from an 


nothing to supi 


entries from Victoria alone and 
a numlrcm of doga from other 
Island point*. Spectator* may 


Whltey bookman contrlbuung 
M-ui.hM «i« homer*. For the Cub*, veteran 
o 4 "t- McvAtsh.# lu RoH North^y hom^rwl with on^ 

ofj S^l Mairhe. They were the 
**. first run* allowed by Maglle In 
jo mnmR. 

^r‘cm" b" TWO OIANTS HI KT 

r-»— Mr • o..'-..*- V- The Glani* had a rough time 

* 31 . Ml K «» M • * In ihe Jhjur\ department Rookie 

jVii ‘ w.N..nd-ba*eman Ronnie .'^mford 

’ tV M r K suffered a compound fracture of 

'?!•' i Vo “t"*-. the n-.sc w hcn hit by a batted ball 
during InfieM practice Starting 
piKhcr lM\e Koalo was struck on 
f )iv^ the left leg just abo\c the ankle 
•’otsii mV m the ac<-oml innmg and had to 
< Wi.i Monie Irvtn suffered 

V»i' m <i a brui'.ed .••hin white tr>lng to 

]»♦; 3#M ,j, ,^p aUn 

had to leave the game 

• « n K;n( 

* - A K>M s4»\ IN KAU.l 
B>.nr.* The ChltHgo While Sok ex 

ploded with five nm* m the 
ninth Inning to whip Cleveland 
Indians. bV Ro«»kle (ieor.je Wjl- 
» f-'jT u- provided «he winning run* 

Vw **T*''i • wuh a ihree run homer The beat 
pltrhins In the game wa> provided 
bv Chirago’s tltuck .<tobb.*. who 
hurled a twohU «hutout In hla 
fiveinnifig Min* and I'leveland** 
starter Boh Feller who shut out 


Cleveland. , . , *. .» 

• Of course that’s been in the wind for a long time, 
said Campbell. “But I haven’t the faintest clue from my 
of the clubs about any immediate action.^ Haven t heard 
from anv of thehi recently regarding it.” 




)rmond; a«- Although he barely failed to he would have wound up wim e^i 
; «-aptaln of rr^ck hi* own record of ifkJ. an a»israge of 2£fK tM 

■ ertlslng. .1. Lutien De< hene again led P C. Lome VVoraley. diminutiv** 

ruction. W. ji l., goalkeepera thl* season by saskatoon net guardian, flnuhed 
. entertain- holding opponent* to an average next lo Dechene with 3.0T, Ml- 
»rmond and of 2 84 goal* a game, low ed, in order, hv Edmoniun s j, 

lore of Na- netmlnder failed by Bill Brennan an«i Tacoma^* iluug \»- 

arian #our goal*' In hi* attempt to Sleveiifcon. Devlienc aiul Worsley 

ril 2 .'>. thrre lower hi* goal average and mvub shared a league record with five 

,morgavb,.rd of the blame goe* to VlctorJa-Cou- -hulouts ap.e. e wnile •'>eatfle s «: 

Uag owner* gar*, who twbe managed to get .Nelson Lit le wa.s charged with 
igame.lub Jeven puck* behind him. and 3') of the 113 minutes m penal- r 
at the Is- beat him five time* in one g.vrr.e ue« meied out lo goalies. . 

in the past, nn two orraalon*. The 7 3 drub •’ Official goalkeepers' records 
ispnrs from hing handed out la*t bnday 
id Mainland ruined Dechrne’a chance*. Had he 
d held the rougar* to four g«ala 


By SAM SNE.au 
G olf* Greaieat Player Teacher 


OVER? 


I \ . of the back-' 

Y. \t swing and Ob- 

) ' V serve that the 

r\ right elbow Is 

ri«»*e into the 
« side. Both hands 

ar* under the ahafi. Never let 

that right elbow get away from 
your body and point out to the 
back. The right elbow should be 
close In to your side and under 
the snap The grip with bull* 
hands mu*t be closed and main 
tamed ihi* wa\ ihtougJifiut ihe 
back and down awing* The ten- 
dency to let go with your left 
hand at the top of the swing I* 
airong. You must re*i*t that ten- 
dency and keep that left hand 
closed The distance which our 
plctureil player has swung hi* 
cluhhead below the horlrontal is 
tne maximum any player should 
use In a mistaken effort to get 
power some player* swing fur 
ther below the horUontal than 
shown. But It Is almost Inevit- 
ably at the expense of accuracj' 
Strive for accuracy *lw*y» 
rather than power. 

er»i*«tM 1*13 »r JoSn * 0-.‘* C* > 


layed by the Lquor Cootni 


Tbu *dvfr'.*emeot t* not published er di*j 
Board er hv *ha Coveniinent of 


Bntwb Columbia 


Or'k*** S W 

*«*a 

Brannaa, B*ai 
• uianMa. Ta«. 
ei4*«*sf. V*a 

M'tl** V*B 
•hiriar, •.•aS.-VIr, 

N*xhM. 

{•taalr. K4 m -VM. 
iMrwil, tail. 


Romcniher W lien . , 

.lor lAkUls sijrreasfiilly de- 
fended hi* world heavywel|;ht 
title Mr the ?l*l time when he 
knocked nut Abe Simon, the 
‘•Umg Wand cl«nl.“ at N>« 
York lb vears *so lonicht. 
Simon, at -•N'» jiounds i «>«ipar*‘d 
to 107 for the Bmwn Bomber, 
took the count In the atvth 
round. 


Go Places! Go Navy! 

THE R.C.N. NEEDS MEN TODAY! 


Report* from the Coldstream and Lome HegUn )u*t missed 
end of Saamch Inlet yesterday wHh a catch of \n good sire 
state that fi'hlng remains e\ grilse 

.ellcni. particularly in the mom Jame* also ^ ' 1 

«-.» of 20 with C, M. Wdolard and 

Jack and Norm Kennedy, get- w^k Fmd^**'^”u 


BasehaU 


rs.cate .A aMMUItlSIl) i 

OAV'^Sn* Ai I I • 

atoSka Bnwii i| an* Maai. enriar -I* 
PtUar. aruua it>. Sahr <•- att* Takka'-a 
K»»t rua~-Oilc»i« -A' Wiiaen •m 
'S •»’ 

Cklrtin >H' «»6 0M}0 *-tll 3 

York «H> .. *11 *M 3Ti- I II I 

Bailr. e«*#*< <li an* cmii. PraqMao 
>*). Sotik. DNorartM i1> MofUa lYi •»* 
W'ritruai MkM >7> 

Horn* ruM— Chi'Afo -Ni Koru»*t nb <1 
»n> »*m TOfk <e> TSomann 3rd 'I mi. 

I D«rk Tib (1 Ml. Lecbman lib <l on< 
at u«u <A< _ I»ea*Mias^A 1 1 

euuburfb <t(| OM DM *03-3 • * 

Oarvar Hkrriat ••• an* Mm* N***l*t 
Main !•>. CarUM iti aiv* Oara*iola 
efitladeipnia -A> ••• *)• *M— I « 1 

Baltimara >ti»t • *M »M *aa I a t 

CaW«aa, Sua*k «li an* Murra? Savoa. 
Bloal '!• an* Lakaman 

Oa«aM 

H*iM ruB — eruiBAalpnia Marra? Mk 
It Ml. 


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VICTORIA 


WINNIPEG. March 20 (CP). 
— The Prairie Thoroughbred 
Breeder* and Racing Association 
today announced the 1932 racing 
season will open May 24 at Cal- 
gary and wind up at Winnipeg. 
Sept. 13. 

The 81 day* of toeing at Win- 
nlt>eg. Calgar>-. Edmonton. Baa- 
kaioon and Regina will hav« 
purse* totaling S5T9.400. 

The Reason run* at Calgary 
Winnipeg June 


Victoria (dubs 
(diange Places 
111 School b)Oj) 


May 23June 9 
14-21. Winnipeg June 23-July 2. 
Calgary July M2. Edmonton 
July 14-19; Baakatoon July 27 
26. Regina July 28-Aug 2: Ed- 
monton Aug. 9-35; and Winni- 
peg Aug 30-57ept. 1.3. 


Victoria High School Senior 
(aria' Ba.vketbail l/‘sgue from 
V H S. Black* >eatcrday defeating 
their fellow student*. 33-31. at 
Victoria High .School 

Victory, fourth in a row for 
Gold*, left Black* ahatlng second 
place with Mt Hougla*. which 
moved up by bening Mt View 
Gold*. 33 14 

In a third game, Eaquimalt 
banded the wlnles* Mt. View i 
Greens a thorough 42-7 lacing | 
Eaquimalfs Bev Ross led the 
acortng with 18 point* 

BcoamiE 

aaquInaH a** Beaa »• AliirlM JM*a. 
J»Bn SBanAat* 1 H»* !•••««#» 11 . Ol-ifia 

MBiatr J«n*V Wtiflu » e*l 

R*B»tt*en. Riilb Sti atM. X»i»« Ba-»**t 

* orernt Uifiim Piui'ip* Ma-- 

•arat Tr*«»»'l ». *l** Of**n KBCkf 

Cif»ar t, aUfiar TYi. »•*•* 1 au«»a*f 
l>a«na FMla 3 lata! t 
VUa OM*a rat Hlair I Tarff Bow 
oar.llar, Chrl* B«r'’ «*. tM*U* Kb** 

Knakl I. 0 *rrT 

ABB Rortaktin* fat Wrt*St U TWai *1 
V H a BIbyS* <w»u Cbi*»» 1 
n*«: < Val »p*a* *. tHrUM 
Vi YattriM 3 vi*:.f* «Tl*t»^ J**n 
lan 3, CTBtJil* B«h« Y«ram* 

*’u* tVHjfiA* Ma-.# JAhivaan 1 'o*t* 

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FROM 


Hugh MorrUon aeored a hole- 
In one while playing at th# Vic- 
toria Golf Huh ye*ierd*> He 
seed the lJ3y.ird, par three, 
eighth hole 

Morrl*«»n. fmm-’rly of Vanrou 
ver. la now re*t'ling In Victoria 
and la a nvember of ibe Gorge 
Vale Golf Club. 

He la a former holder of the 
PC. amateur ehampionahlp and 
a winner of the provincial match 
play open tournament. He wa« 
playing In a foursome with BUI 
Ftaher. Lionel Moniaon and 
Tboma* CTteater. 


Frank / Doherty , 

3 Door* From Fort 


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10 fiaily (EolOnlBt Vielori*. B.C., Tkort.. Marck 27, 1952 


Piillels, Owners Should See Eve lo EvV 


A Rovprnmeni poulirym»n «l valurofilh^ look tn • chIrkenA bW'imR flix'k 
II ha* been kn a > 'lor som? Saanirhion ha» romr up with iwo a^rt riie i^nrfiiion ot thr eyr ''‘J * 

time that a Uiuiad Staia* firm has theories aimed al stepping up as an Index to the hinl s heahh 

been Interested In the future of 'the egg production of Canadian . have been earned out for six tn 

Simpsons Ltd., whirff Is nf • declining on a years. fuhaior hatrhet 

TK. IIMrAI. ANr.LKS 

nesses. There are technical angles, of 'at* •*' 

ui.iMti>*ri.ti A-AUf II.U Looking vour chickens in the interest only to the laymen, but "t‘t *[ 

KMt)KTLD K.AKI.IKR eye and getting um«h with those even people whose riose.sf ap «» 

Larlier this week It was re- 1 .^,^ jlul^ jj,hv chicks may lie proach to a chicken Is ham and 

ported that officials of Sears Hoe p^u-t of the answer lo the prob- eggs for hreakfaM. can apprein- Hut rat«nl a* 

buck had be.‘n^paylng vtaiis lu the jem, R. A. Sansbury said. ate Hie summary. • morialiiy ra' 

The recommendation t.s to keep *^*'‘*' 


e Toronto report riuoies J. disi ussions ha^e taken place with 
Hara. as.ststani lo Fowler B Sears- Roehock "hKikmg toward 
mnell. president of Sears, as possible )oint fuiucft develop- 
ig that 'There will he furiiier ments In the Canadian field.*’ 
ssions ’ but that he thought Mr Barton added, howewr, 
ill be .some time before these that **these matters are still under 
pLaoe." diKCUS.iion:" and that they "do not 

L. Burton, chairman of the invohe the sale of any shares of 


A small sp>t of heal was prn< 
vuled In tliA-«»enire ot the room 
and the chicks could head for 
that when they got tot» chilly. 

rhe tough chick expenment, 
Indicating hriMHtrr houses are 
giMierally kept too warm, was 
summed vip by Mr. Sansbury. 

"They neetl a sixit for a tjulck 
warm-up m nature pruMded by 


Toroni 


w . is now being ; i ■ '! ^ • 
poultrymen across Canada. 
Kxperlmem.s to determine the 


eyes w ■ : g t . : Is. - . , s n g . a • : 

round and distinct, with a rtxl- They were pla«-ed in a cold temperature of 70 deffrees out* 
di.sh or light bay colpr. With storage r«Kim at the age of one- side the shelter of her wings. ' 


purchase of Simpson's Lfti. was 
indicated, but the later aiuursnces 
frpm Mr. Burton are that the eon - 1 
trol of the firm will not cjtange. 

It is assumed that any new 
money coming into Simpson's 
would be. in large part, for ex 
pan-sion purprjses. 

Simpson's issues made strong 
gains on the Toronto Stock Kx 
change when ihe reports wvre 
first circulated, hut have sin<*e 
retreated somewhat from their 
high ground. * , 


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U)NDON* March 26 <AP>.— 
South Afrii-a "within a few 
monihs" will begin producing 
uranium from gold mme slag 
heap* a Brlii-sh supply ministry 
spokesman said Tuesday. 

lie told a reporter that Britain 
Is nearly doubling its Invesimenl 
in the joint British I’.S. and 
South African plan for the next 
fiscal year starting April 1. 


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tion government, formed in 1S41 Herbert Anaromb. leader of the 
by Liberali and Progreaaive C>n ProgreaaiNY Conaersative oppnat 
•erv'ativea againil the then grow non. and hia fnllowera. and C.C P 
tng power of tne C.C F- and It* leader Harold Wlnrh. who favored 
Sorlaltatlc program ihe rati link were voted down. 

Premier Bvron Johnson, who Mr John«on *ald it waa more 
for*^ the dlvorre of the I„iheraU vital lo rom|iletc the P.fj.K. Jink 
and ProgreMive (’rtnaervaiiNea from yurxnel lo Priru-e George 
Jan 1^, M expected lo di«volve where il will mmjrci willi Hie 

Me ^aii) SJb.Ollti.(yM) |ia<i 


were deaignaied aa the official 


the Lecialaiurv ahortly and an- N It 


eeremon 


haa been fnreraat for mid Juiie. laxi fuur yean. 

T*he House wa* priirogiied by A recoid budget of 1J42IXW0OU 
Lieutenant ' Govei nor Clare,ti!-H for tl\e 1‘tM'Vl fivial year v\a» 
Wallaee after 27 day* of altilng*. appruvni during Die Aes»ion. an«J 
Only 19, bill* were adnpiefl, the the Hmme pn^^ed a new fiMleial- 
amalleat numb.>r in the hlatory of 
Die legislature. 

Inrhided wa« lecislallun 
tlng mantifariuter* to mlor mar 
gartne an Unue that haa been be 
feie the legislator* ai eai h se* 

Bion *tne« 1918. An hour after the 
bill vv'a* given Royal A**ent, 
colored margarine waa on sale In 
retail store*. 

ENDS IN B.ATTl.E 
The session enderj m rnnirn- 
veray a battle over extension of 
Ihe governmeriTown<Ml I’arific 
Great Kastern Railway. 

Premier .lohnxnn lavoteil a 
000 000 highway fr'>m SqiiH 
miah to Vanenijver, a distance nf 
30 mile*, along the north siimr nf 
Burrard Inlet, rattier than an rail 
extension at ihi* lime 
The highway would lonnect 


The election announcement, 
inr'iameil in Die .Speech from the 
Thrmie at the opening of the 
Hou'te Keh, 19. followed >hr 


Painful Cramps of '^Monthly Periods" halted 

or strikingly relieved \w (''iV V 


tjidw eiwkXam'* 
*«• • «wort«« 

* f ffrt n*i J ^ • 

Wt^rin# mMl'C 

twn I ' 

vXtMnUffi 
mriutrtMl pain 


★ WAX 


VVoodlnrN 's 
Regular size bars 


Perfex Bleach 

l>oMlt> 

Perfex Bleach 

Bl-oz. boMlo 

Perfex Powdered Bleach 

Pkt 

Perfex Cleanser 


fttSMtl 


^PPLES fre I 

ftPPLES Winpsat 

CI\BBf^GE Kirm he 
CELERt rnlifoniia. 

green OHfOHS 
I radishes Biinr’ 


make -ffiis fesf ! 


ent^P 


If you want your linrna and 
cotton*, whit* nr colorfast. to 
look cleaner to la&t longer — 
make thl* ic*t next wavhday. 
l'*e Perfex bleach in addition to 
your usual soap or detergent and 
see how much nicer your wa«h* 
ing look* And. because Perfex 
triple action' hlearh klU* germ* 
and odor* a.* well, your wa*hing 
will tie really clean — fre*h and 
■weei ameUlng. 


n may ahork you lo know that 
when aheeta. towels, shirts, and 
other clothe* look dingy they are 
•ctually dirty. Yea. that dlngtne** 
aesulta from csrele** or Incom- 
plete washing that leave* dirt 
deep within the flhres And dirt 
not only look* bad— abrasive dirt 
partirle* *ftu*Ily help tn wear 
out clothe* f**ter’ But remember 
—safe, gentle perfex bleach get* 
elothes really cle«n. 


Reciilar pkt 


BALLARD’S 


Frying Chicken c?a 
Boiling ^radc 
Pork Loin Roasts 

Boneless, waste free, lb 

1 B3Ck Bscon stores! 


Perfex bleach t* a pure bleach — 
contains no rauauc or other 
harmful subatAnre. 


Champion Dog Food 

1*. tins 

Champion Cat Food 


perfex bleach la safe and gentle 
the aame srlentiflcall}' correct 
ftrengih as eatahlished by the 
wnrid'a largOBt eelling blearhca. 


perfe* hlexrh get* clothe* cleaner 
When used with your usual soap 
or detergent get* clothe* cleaner 
than any other single washing 
product 


perfex bleach la dependable — 
never too strong, never too weak. 
Guaranteed by Weaiern < 'anada s 
Largest bleach makers. You take 
BO chances with Perfex triple 
actloa bleach. 


Nabob Vanilla Extract 




2-n?.. botllp 


reach -for the bleach 


Little Dipper, jikps 


triple action 


thet*l • Mif« and gontU 
- dapoodobf* 

> guorontoad 


WHITENS 

DISINFECTS 

DEODORIZES 


Beslcx, 4S-OZ. tin 


Sweet Milk Powder 
Pork and Beans 
S.O.S. Scouring Pads 
Dish Cloths RkR.'L. 2 < 

Brooms 
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes 
Shredded Wheat 12-oz. 1 


*'Tbere is fto suM/i/H/e for Prrfrt” 

SUM IT rtXm in).»A too*. WIVIIIN CANAOtAN COMSAWT 


Bon Ami Powder Tin ... 
Lamorene Rug Cleaner 
Drano m 

Tomatoes R(vi A White. 20-07. 
Pears Royal Ciiy, Choire. l.'S-oz. 
Peas Si/p 1. Kanry Naltoh, 

Steak and Onions L'nger' 
Prunes 


Vahob. 24 15 


ktmuve gfibiT wnuJitct *'td finjcrrmjrWi 
fi )m w.nJwiKk lod *•» -« ‘' f 
l.icjii bainrwrfn titlurc*, Lii. l•'o imk. tiic*, 
I ii. lnim ffltwL l'«c PfHfi tkxnfr! 

Wipr nil PcHrt rinner •illl • damp H>«h 

N'''odcrful. »•>'. fo* mw'ij* blinds 
windowi, mimxv. 

Prrfe* clranef flf'ff •cra'.S'*— *nd u ch 
r> rxit oo the Kandi* 


enter, 4 strins: 


abob Ex. Large. pkU 


ro« €t**"*t vn* cXrwMi. 

AUTOS **w»*^« oMi i«Mi life* *•§<< 
















SCOlfS EMULSION 

Hwt ftuwoy fO^/C 


ilv x\Hails Neal Traveler 


Island Daffodils 
To Fly Kasl Soon 


ViclofU. I.C.. Tli«r«.. Mirck 27. 1952 


12 Batl^ (HoloniBt 


High School Plays 
Take Maliire Turn 


About 4 (U!f-i4lls Rei*U m Tnp.nto n 

ill l«vo Victor., oxer lour 
»ys prior to. K^xior w«*ok ctvl. nj;s HCI» I P 
rowers reports yMTcrd.y. SHRfANSBl'RY Kn« k'P' 

The hoxc^ e.rh '•ont.lnlnR a he.dm.ster of » box*' M'hool 
xmii 35 do/i'n hloom». wtU hero \x.» crttlcl of proi;re«<i\e” 
e Moxxn by Tr.rv* t'anad. Air- trends in educatmn He said at 
nex direct from the Ixiand lo the annual apeoch da\ he xxnn* 
oronto for retail dlatribution iier>i xxheihet nexx schools will 
Groxxers noie. 1 . hoxxever. their haxe built-in rtoR-racing trarks 
Ian* depend entirely on good and electronic machine* to help 


The days of ichool drama fesM by Michael I. 
vail being confined to fain isles buj Fleming 
and *'nlce Utile playrf' about boys (f,i^^»-lng on 
and girls" haa paaaed. village pr 

Loxe marriage and the call of Barrarlough. 
nature to kindred aoula. txa* por ihe 
irayed by high school actor* at the ihetr troth. 

Vi ona School* Drama Festival 


i them in fill - out coup»mi for fool- 


in- weather to 




1 afiernuon pmi navta. an 

voted solely to the junior grade*. ^ tour of 
one. two and three. — 

Cordova Bay School pre*enie«l 
■The Chocolate Soldier and the 
Sweetmeat Chick." 

Adjudicator Jack Thome com • 
pUmenled the school on lla fine 
costuming and ” 

(Jrace H 
A one-act 


Only difference he see.* on the the wor ^a 


veterans, at Victoria High School 
last night 

“Sunday Costa Five Pesos." the 
first of three one-act plays and 


pres* Hotel room, on Saturday 


presented by Central Junior High | 
School, concerned the stormy life 
of a Mexican couple who boih. 
want lo get married, but have a 
rather difficult time getting 
aruund to U 

l>ona Johnson and John Saw- 
yer taking ihe leading rolr< of 
Berta Cantu and Ktdel Duran, 
argued and laughed, shouted at 
one another and made up In a 
jnnxf reallailc manner 

A hair-pulling scene. In xx'htrh 
Bernice Pluym and Adeline Chu- 
haywich. taking the parts of 
Salome ikiUna and Celestlna 
Garris, do battle over the love 
affair of Berta and Fidel was #o 
well done- ‘gaap* delight fol- 
lowed by roar* of laughter from 
the audience drown^ out all 


scenery. Mm. 
Watson was director, 
play dealing with 
the unhappy lot of the modem 
school boy. as compared to hi* 
counterpart lo the time of Sir 
Waller Kaleigh, entllled "Carpe 
Diem." was presented by Nor- 
folk Houve .‘M-hool. 

Here again, the adiudicamr 
complimented the school on its 
attractive sellings and good dl- 
imloo by Mrs. .Margaret Man- 
son. 

.Skllfuil make up and fine cos- 
tumes were the highlight of ‘The 
Boy Abe" a story of young 
Abraham I..lncoln by South Park 
School, with Mr. Acheson W- N 
Lui'ey director. 

The festival will be continued 
today at Oakland* .School at 2 
ence It p,m.‘ and at Oak Bay High .School 
light of at 8 p m with plays from Oak- 


SCOTTS EMULSION 

hlHfMy 

rico««NM 

You'll be pruud 
of your virong. 
hunky rhilrtren 

•h 4 f» yoii giv* «. '■ ">* ^ 

Ihetn Scoll'i 

Emulx»oo. Scott'* contatM natwr»l A 
& D Vitamin* in natural oil plu* 
Mldcd minerala. Help* rhiWrwi row 
right develop tound trwth. 
«iron| hone*. HHpe mam- 
lam retixtatwc Erooomical 

ff j’ tlf-t Srotf* today »t your 

} ft Uvminie m«. 

\\ |\ MOK tka* i««t a Htit 


CUSTOM LINE series 
MAI N LI N E series 


They're here-reacif for your emhuiisjcic ipprovtl— rhe new \<}fH 
Mneof Cutiomlme and Mtmline Senn Both are completelf new 
from road to roof i i t both especially dciigned to establish n**ai 
unexcelled standardi of beauty and performance in the low-pnee 
field. Meteor for M features new. more stnkmgly besutifial body 
bncs— cresting a fresh; youthful sweep of motioo from che oew 
front-end gnllc to the new high-styled test fendern 

•nierc'i s host of wonderful; eicuing; new extenor colours snd 
rwo-tone colour combinations i i i roomier width inside; new| 
longer m-inxh wheelbase! A senssticmal new sll-sround viiibility 
with one piece curved windshield gives 17% more vision arcs! New 
totettor elegance is enhanced by full; wrap-around rear wtndowj oww 
upholstene*. new trims, appointments and fimogs’ Bach new lenas 
hat incteascd V-8 engine power i i i truly the greatest cars rp«f 
introduced in the low-price field! 

3 may PUAIPr " tr*niraut»orii’ Meico- 0 -M*ti« Dnv*. A* 
“If Ml l/nUlwt ||^nt(sr of *11 automanc drives; or chrtfry Tnwch* 
n.MiMc Ovadnve. fboth option*! »t extrs cost), tad tba Sslror-E*** 


ihe SUPERB and COMPLETELY NEW 

CUSTOMUNE series with 120 h.p.V8 engine 

Most Powerful Engine In the Low-Price Field! 


fh# '-'SlUf BOOPf" if famout Trains 


MOST POWERFUL ENGINE OF ANY LOW- 
PRICE CAR -the '52 Meteor Customline 120 
Up. '‘Fury ’ V-8 engine! m dynamic 

performance and smaaing economyi thu 
Meteor V-8 engine is the product of the organ- 
imion, which lO the past 20 yean; has built 
more V-8 engines than sU other automobile 
gunufacturers combined' It has dual down* 
draft carburetion; automatic choice and the 
most power of aas engine in low-price carl 


the SPIRITED and ALL- NEW 

MAINLINE series with 110 h.p.V S engine 

Priced with the Lowest in its Field I 


ta krtsthfsking . . . with ocw rich coiours. new 
upholstery Gbnes, new harmoniauig tnmi. new 
chrome fimoga, new modenmuc appoinimemi! 
New Custooiine instrument panel blends into 
new door moulding, features new ash trays, new 
dnvci cooooU, •'W Jnnr r»*»vaif»irt// Wider, 
roomier, more luxuriouj— Gistotnlme intenof 
tet] the style pace! 


YmiTl appreciate and nml^- 

^ ^ nt^nd the heautv nf Canada 

heuer when >nu *oe it from 
('anarlian National famoua 
I Continental Limited. F'.very 

day between Vancouver. Toronto and Montreal thia 
famoua train speed* arm** the continent. On i» you U 
travel in style in colorful, up-to-the-minute equipment 
•^inviting bedroom*. atAndard and lounst alceping 
CAT*, lounge car* and the latent air-eondilToned coachew. 

Take the Continental acemc route aero** Canada . . . 
dally service Ea*l and We*t between Vancmiver. Ja*i»er. 
Edmonton. Saakatoon.' W innipeg. Toronto, OtUwa 
And Montreal. 

For reecrmrion* and in/ormorwii Tf^nrd^ng 
your humntu nnH piroAUTt Irartl ntfdt, 
are, irrWr or phnnt ■ 

A. I. < I RTIS. «..A.P D. 

.’'w twfir* tin 


Meteor's briUianc "coQm>l<eoa«" are* meaoi 
grater mfety— eootrola and instruments are 
potmooed when you can see chem quickly, 
axiiy. New bating and veoaUuog coottoU are 
grouped ia bauafvil design t t . new pendant 
bake and dutch pedals arc engineered foe easy, 
posiuvc action! New ooe-piec* exuved windibidd 
allows full safety-deax new. 


MOTORS LIMITED 

9 A.M. TO 10 P.M. 


On Display 
Today at 


CANADIAN NATIONAL 


DOOR PRIZES 





V 



SAFEWAY 


fiailif dalontst ViciorU. b.c., n«r*.. 27. 1952 13 | 


A $1 <iTI0 rrv^ard for hli ringing 10. Thai aptfraranr*^ earned him 
ihllii^ la wltlun rearh ol John ihe nghi lo rnt<‘.r the aemi-fmal 
Dunhar. cunieat. 

The VU-torla baritone has t>een He will win the ll.OOO reward 
aeleried lo enter the aeml flnalt _ 

of Ringing Stars of Tomorrow at 
Toronto. April 13. 

Armouncemcni that he had 
Iv-en ju'lected was rereued- by 

r^dio siattnn t'JVI l<'wa night. P V 


Tlie big haul's in. folks! And the wide variety of fish 
^ in our display cases is bound to make your 


the national radio progrem Keb. 


and more flavorfiil because it's frozen within f 
^ hours after the catch. Enjoy golden 
* brown fillets, succulent steaks, 

" ^ \ delicate shrimp casseroles and salads 

^ ^ ..they’re all protein-rich. Make your own 

selection of pan -ready fish from our open -top 
display— today! Shop ahead, too— store in freezing compartment. 


CtMJlMJitr MarrJi 2fi 'AP*. 
Pudlej Sriuina>ak»* KKjfty airiwl 
tr) hli f^tihrr prim/' 

Tr.:r*‘-HT nf Oj l«m. Thp •lljcnr- 
old aon of the lafr D'ti Sifphen 
F*’n;»na>akc. vru-ran Oylonese 
»'nl»*>«fTian and the rouniry'H first 
prime mlnl*ier. had refused 
earlier lo tMke the pont left vacant 
when hiH father tiled .'Saturday of 
Injuries luffered in a fall from a 
hone, lie will wrve until tier- 
tlona are held. In aboul aix 
rnrifiths. 


KAMLOOPS 

SHOW 

BEEF 


JOHN Dt'NflAa 

if he la able to raptu re the final*. : 
Mr. Dunbar -mi m .Seattle on | 
hot hone>mo*»n when Informed of 
hiN goc/d fortune. That he was 
"quhe thrilled ' wa.H his only 1 
rnmrnenl. | 

fir and lus bride, the furtner 
Joan Kenwlik. roUjoil/. Avemie, 
will arrive home today. They 
w-ete marriejl here last .■Saturday 
The trtlrtiied Miiger t.v a native 
o( .Vsiotland who made \Vt<'ria 

_ hi* home two years ago. During , 

Cana^an FeiieratVon nf'A >«Mih he f^^rfoimrd as a 

fiire rte< ided today lo >e**k an soprano In f»reai Hriiain. 
audiejiii' vMih federal <abinet CJVl will rarry his rexi ap , 
rninlitees to present teriain re^ i»earHn«e on the jirogram. April ' 
quesis nriving mil of a aperi.il i.l, at 6 p m. 

rneriirg here 'Ihe meeting dia- j I 

cusve'l all as|*e<ls of the live- * 1 I*’ !*■ 

aioik aiiuntion resulting fr»*m N|W*|Ul I 

the ouUtTi'wk of fuolsuuImouUi ^ afllCll \ ivalii- 

Jhe press was ex. hided from fc'|o|.tw 
the m**etifi2. The diS4'iisalon '.FI 111 ^ 

lasted MX hours, and a pn.iniaed 

at.nemenl waa refused.- A F Brjr.rsiem last night wna 

eieeled piesirtent of the Saanirh 
eonitiiuenev' assruiniinn of Ihe 
RC- .Social Cndit l^’ague. 

niher executive offu-er* a-r 
Dr.,R. M (Irani, first Mr»*jxesi- 
deni; .N (*. Pekker. Ne<*ond vice, 
president, and Mr.i. .Stanley Hy- 
land. aecreiar)lrraMiier 
The meeting announced that a 
Saanlrh Social Credit candidate 
for the provincial elrsiion would 
be srie<*led at a cnnsilturncy con- 
vention, to be held at an early 
<lale. and would he folinwerl hy 
announcement of a campaign 
platform. 


Chicken Fresh Frozen, sliced 


SAFIWAY > 

guaranhid 

MEATS > 


Fresh Frozen 
piece Lh 


Panada .Safewav again 
offers i-onsumers of t dealer 
Victoria another fine .seler- 
lion of top-qualiiv heef 
direei from the Kamloopa 
Spiing Fat .Slock Show. 
This Show Reef U to be sold 
at no tnrrease In the regular 
leihng price* 


Eastern 


Round Roast or Steak H.and7ie 
Sirloin Roast or Steak 
T-Bone Roast or Steak 
Wing Steak or Roast r,,r,'<!.: 
Blade Rib Roast 
Blade Chuck Roast or Steak 

Red and Hlue Rraud Reef 

Short Ribs Beef for biiii*>ioR 
Ground Beef lean . - - - - 
Rump Roast Beef Red or Blue Bfi 

Plate and Brisket Beef 


Canned Seafoods 


Prices Effective 


Grabmeat Mu.krti.cr, c-. 

Wet Shrimps v,r.or 
Chicken Haddie 
Lobster r.nr. 
Kippered Herrings 
Kela Salmon 
Sardines srun. 

Tuna Flakes 


Pnrvvs liilrs 
To lie Hold 
On Saturday 

Funeral Kcrvlte for Frederl'k 
\\ (Iltam Piirve*. 77. wfm died In 
hoipHfll on Wednevd.iv. will be 
held Saturday at .1 l"> pm. In 
S-mds Mortuary t Iimjm‘ 1 llev. M 
A .( Waters will officiate and 
hurial will lie in Hoss Ray I'eme- 
tery 

Mr. Purve* wa* t*»rn In Pf>p«T 
Mills, New Rrun.swic-k, and had 
lived In Vic toria for 44 >ear*. 
He I* Mitvlved by hi* wife five 
«l nighli’fs. Mr*. Miller MHJiM 
Ml** .Icnn Putvps. Mrs Fraser 
Mac.S'augltfon. Mr*. John ('or- 
riooier and Mr< A P.. fraigm>te; 
two *ons fed. Donald F. Purve*. 
Ottawa, aiul Col. Uot»ert t... 
I'urve.s. Washington. D.C., and a 
brother and sister. 


Maeor'oehte t2or can 


Todd*. Fancy 


Canned Vegefob/es 

Blended Peas iv 
Asparaeus Cuts 
Green Beans 

Cream Corn Dll Mt>t. PancT. IS M '•'o 

Joms — Peanut Butter 

Grapelade Jam WfWl 
Plum Jam AriMte Pviri 
Oranee Marmalade 
Peanut Butter 


Canned Juices 


Canned Fruits 


Apple Juice Wnir 
Orange Juice r. 
Grapefruit Juice 
Granite Juice 


Applesauce 
Raspberries 
Dark Cherries 
Choice Pears 
Fancy Peaches 


Hutnettot Whilf >" « c»e 


t.*krm«*<t roncT. IS "« f*tii 


n*rn»ntiilt aiiftflurO C«*i. '* o« r»cw 


7n«ntinM*« iS-n r«n 


Tt«it T*ll*. Cfcnc. » II t*'* 


rii*tr» cr**' R*u*«. tS nt can 


Ready Dinners 


Breakfast Foods 


ENGLISH 

MUSTARD 


Pork and Beans 
Tomato Soup 
Spiced Beef 


cot Oats RnMr. Mnert 

12c Bran Flakes 

31c Cereal i 


Ta«-a IS-M rani 


Vmpr*** Djjc 4* ** UB. 


1AKI 

ti cwp C«lm«a i Dry Muitord 
3 *obl*tpee«>( oatar 

Mis groduall> with cold «airr 
to rr>n«i»tcnc> of thick cream, 
Mirrmg welhto break up all 
lumpi let vtand 10 minuiet 
in df'.etop full flavour. Never 
add (mh muvtard to old. Mis 
more at needed. 

Oilman s Dry Muvtard ti ru4( 
|what you're looking for to 
i VC that much-needed flavour 
’i Ip to to-day I cionomy 
duhes. i't< H 


Martalt. AoM/alian. it-oi can 


Miscellaneous 


Oranges 
Cheese out rri *t> 
Lard */. - . *••- j i» 
Saltine Wafers r 
Prunes 

Oatmeal Cookies 
Doc Food 


Mi'i*ar»'> tl "* ran 


Robin H(xxl, Chorolafp or U'hile 
easy, quick anti cc’onomical ; 
15-oz. pkg. 


(ieorgp H. Penker ttnd Krtgnr 
Tloiloway will nlwire ncrnmpnn* 
tvt dutie* lo the Arion .Mal« 
Chidr at the Mrtrop«>lllan (,'hurrh 
Ffidciy. April -1 

Tho TOvcijet* ihoir Vvlll proiimt 
Bndhovnn'x ''Mount nf Ollvn.'* 
under n*ndtH-ior Pemr Coprland. 

Sopr.ino VriH Rate lay and 
tenor I*udley Wirkeil will br* lli^ 
prilntvi* In the Rer*lhoven orat"i ■ 
to N* tx'itrd hrre for Iho first 
time. 

The rh'dr will he reinf'»rrocl 
with 21 feminine volte.*. 


^Tomato Juice 


Hunt’s. California 
rich in vitamins; 
15-oz. cans 


cnairpirtn Baliai't line r«M 


Household Items 


Soap Powder a. rt 
Toilet Soap t 'll r**, 
Woodbury's Soap 
Perfex Bleach **-n 
Toilet Tissue w.. - 
Glo-Coat 


For your evening dessert. 
Libby's, Fancy, 28-oz. can 


Sponsor Gets First Package Colored 
Good Luck Margarine 


Jaeeanr t ^ *t<n 


C ★ AIRWAY COFFEE 4r 


The v4'orld'a most popular roffee flavour . . 
roaaier frea*' (^iround to order when vou tniv 


Fresh Asparagus, all-grccn 
firm asparagus, with com- 
pact, tender tips. 


^Tomatoes 


Mexican, 14-oz. tube 




Large size, red-ripe and firm, ideal for schoolchildren’s lunches 


.Skylark bread* are faney bread* of exeeptlonal ouaJjtv . , 
ou**Mnding produrf* tha» .'tafeway U ver>' proud to offer lo th# 
public. • 

Q li I C I Al r’mnamon flavored. i 7 g% 

l\MIDin lfi-07. CHlo loaf I f C 


Florida. Reds 


A tlellrlotw flavor. 
16-oz. Cello wrap{»ed 


Delicious baked and sprinkled with cheese, fine flavor 


ir CANTERBURY TEA -k 


Florida, White. * 

a dellrtmi* hreakfaar treat t 

'■•'avel. .SunklM. 

for Juire wp *uggp.*t lhe*p, lb . . 
Winexap. Fancy, 

(he popular ail purpnie apple, lb 


17c Grapefruit 
11c Oranges 
10c 
17c 


Lettuce 
Celery imponH. 
Green Onions 
Radishes Caiifor 
Cabbage Caiifor 


fantrrburv * flavour rome* from the flavour 
filled young leavea r>f the world'e flneat tea 

garden! 


California, map. bunche* 


Parsnips 
9c Turnips 


Impofied, fine flavor 


Local, terve with plenty of butter, lb 


Happiness and suaTss in a Ions LcRtslative battle is 
registered by Mrs. Tilly RoUton trighU as the indepen- 
dent representative for Vaneouver-Point Grey gets her 
first pound of ready-colored p(xxi Luck Margarine from 
F. r. Steele, Pacific divisional manager for Lever Bros. 
Ltd. Colored margarine went on sale in Victona today 
following signature of the bill, sponsored hy Mrs. Rttl- 
fton, which removes restriction.! on the sale of the 
colored product. A similar bill Introduced by Mrs. Rol- 
ston last spring was shelved after second reading, ••• 


BUNCH CARROTS 


Imported. ni(» size, well formed 
good quality 


W# rMierv# th« rigtil In limit qaanlifl#*. 
CANADA RAFE^^AY LISItTRD 


CEE 





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QUALITY MEATS 


FISH SPECIALS 


<^T EATON C 

■ • •RITISH COLUMtIA 


The E ATO N GUARAHTEE “Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded 


ilMlTCO 


Comfortable, well-constructed women’s shoes 


Made with soft, black kid upj)crs and leather 
soles, Cuban heels. Three styles to choose 
from: Sabot strap pump, high-throat pump 
with perforated vamp, open-toe tie with plat- 
form soles and perforated vamp. Pair 


Selling Today in KatonN Food 
Department 

the New ( olonHl Margarine 


S^orid Klwr 


Taste-Tempting 

Easter Treats 




i Q Q 

.oz. tm - ’ 


Colourful Baskets 

An e\nlifig <'Olloclion r»f Ka.stor baskr*i< 
In a cay Hrmy of sizes and colours. 
Contain h delicious assortment of “birds' 
rccs" rhocfdate novelties, chocolate cream 
cccs. Pic. Come in and choose ihe size, 
the shape. Ihe basket you v^anl at a price 
ymi want to pay' 


Cboiee 

Honey 


21 c ^Asparagus Cuts 


’‘"nol Ma«. 

Corn rack, V(-o^. 

Rp.anS Oui C.vcn. 


Chocolate Moulded 
Novelties 

Make the little ora's happy on Plaslrr 
mormot: with dehnotis rhon>l«te moulded 
into rabbits, chirks, roosters., docs and 
many others. Made in KATON S own 
randy kitchens. 


Royal 


Karh lUU to U.UW 

KATON*S— ^ 

»nd l4>wrr M«lii 

Phone Onicrs — Dial K4HI 


Salmon 


York, in Tomato 5iauce 
ir>-oz. tins 


Sockeyp 


T-^ton s 
\ :,-size 


Spaghetti 


I.Ibby's. with Cheese 


and Tomato Sauce, 15-oz. tin 


Goblin. 
15-oz. tin 


Braised Steak 

TwIma l.ibby'.s. 

I rips n-oz. tin 

Tamales 
Shrimps 
Chicken Haddie 
Codfish 


The official Bov Scout boot . . ready now for your 
rampinc sea.son ahead. Sturdy hi-cul leather uppers, 
handy knife pocket, lone-wearing composition soles. 

s..,u. 0 1.3, 8,95 

Regular style bool built for niggid wear. Black leather 
upprj's of hard-wearing “Reian” leather, E.xira heavy, 
hard-wearing sole with “Panco“ overlay, AC 

steel heel clips. Sizes Ito 5» pair O.WV 

FATON’'< — «i^rond Floor 


Sealert. 
1-lb. tin 


Earle'.s. Fancy 
1 l-oz. lin . . . 


Children’sWearforSpring 

Girls’ and Boys’ Blazers 


★ Pears 

('olumbia. Choice Bart loll, 
2H-OZ. tin 

Apricots 

Cherries 

Loganberries ''^,7, 

Apple Sauce Aylm.r, 


Matching 

Plastic Sets 


Smart little flannel blazers In nav>, green nr 
Neally trimmed with white piping ... M 

three pockets. Sizes 2 to t^aeh *»• 

l.argpr sizrs for girts only. Navy and grem C 
In siz.es S to 12 Kaeh 


Fruit Coci 
Pineapple 


.liimlm (iftfnicnt Rag — 
Floral designed front 
with clear, durable lop 
and sides and .’W-inch 
zip|>er closing. Bag is of 
sturdy plastic with metal 
frame and remferrerd 
seams. Holds up to 16 
gai*ment.s. P>rh 


Reversible Satin Windbreakers 


Neatly finisluxt with kniMi’d cuffs and waistband Smart 
navy shade with hnght cense contrast on A CA 
the reverse side, Sizes 6 to 1 1 Each 0#WU 


, Cboice ^ 

tins 

F.atoo 

ifS 


F.aton 

OO-OI. 


Bartlett 


F.ATOV'<--< hlldr^n> Wrmr. Third n«»r 


See EATON'S Eye-Catching Dis 
play of Bridal Fashions in the 
Douglas Street Windows and 
on the Fashion Floor! 


Hamburger 
Rpund Steak T""'- 
Boiling Beef rJ"' 
Pork Spare Ribs ^ 
Corned Beef rahhBKP. 


Regulir Garment Bag -Same style as above. A JQ 
holds up to R garments. 1-jir‘h 

Sboiihtrr (’overs — C 7 ^C 

To match garment bags, w for* • ww 

RlniiHc Rag To match . . 69 C 

for covering skirt or blou.se rack. Each wsJw 

BATON’S — Nrtllons. >t»ln »nH I-ower Main Klmirs 
Phe»ne Onlrrs — Dial E4M1 


Budget 

Savers 


In Our 

Produce 


Visit the Cosmetic Department tor an 


Kre*h ling in pier# 


Cod ih 
Salmon 
Halibut Ih 
Eastern Kippers ,b 
Smoked Salmon m 


Ayeroscope” Reading 


PM Pprlrtg in pier*, 
Ih 


h. I ■ 

d. I ^ 

b . each . 

P„Uo.t ■ 

5o.lb. ^ 

sack- 


This new device by Harriet Hubbard Ayer will help you 
your beauty problems and. point the way to a lovelier "you.” 


Miss Grace Cunningham 

will be present to write your own "Guide to Loveliness” chart 
and present you with a sample of one of Harriet Hubbard 
Ayer's glamorous creams. March .27th, 28th and 29th. 

KATON*S— d'o*unri|r». Main Ftoor 


SMOKED MEATS 


Plcnlr't, whole or thank hall. 

Ib 

Hama, whole or thank half, 
Ib, - 


STORK HOI RS. 9 a.m fo H p.m. MMneMa.vv 9. a.m. In I pm. Phone K lUI 


14 Baillt (Eoloniat Victoria. B.C., Tkara.. Marck 27. 1952 


EATON'S 


Sellins Today. Friday and Saturday. Adyertised Prices Apply to Personal ShnppmR Only 
• Phone' and Mail Orders « ill Be Filled at Slightly Higher Prices 


Aylmer. Fancy llalvi'5. 








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COLONIST TEI.KrHONFS 

A» Dcp«r!mrnis 

AI-TI-.H IIJO JVM. AND B^:^'ORC AOO 4.M. 


irru 


;>u-* Pf. 
Rfporterji 


t: JiAM Sports 


(RSTABUSHKO lUa> 


SKCOM) NK\V S SEcmON 


^o. 90 — mnety-koi rth year 


End Sees Sueeess. Failure. Relirements 


ssion s 


Future Eyed 


Anri on WrdnrsrtH.v it rnrtcd 
22nd Lrmslature since British C:olu 
Crown Chinny status and joined Ci 
P all ) p’eaRnntly. and ]u«t a 

tnf>k le«\r. onr »>f :hf oUier u 

nrs' v.v'ion, l>rr.« W M fora 
ai ' hnunf! lo be tu-m'-tuioos i 

The pfrmu'f, h.irulM)me nnrt immacuiau' 

('f. ri(WTaU'>n A'tU u! 
nn«l <ih 

j,.. w.i.i p|. hoil rm r«vrei» and that 
ivlVi''.. tn'i'fi ;i UiHe 

He oii'l lulluYv^P*, 

tl« • b.Kl ritor 

{M'iha|)!i iliey r\on mrm 
th'* l.l'-' : «»'«l lel'n ho|»e '•OfTie 

Ml ’nnii* 

Jr»r .11 rerrrfn. 

(']i t i<nti. IhttiiKrd • 
aixl l*e i«‘»td lie’rl tie |*1. d in '•ee 
ili»* 

&T--' if Mii V'.e •< •« 

lti'l«*ed h.«M' a «'»i« 

ai'noK 

h -inr-. 

nm llliiuic In liiii n.»hy‘>> Mr Win' 
m-in) \iars to have nrus addlrts i. . 

a- riirrunalx. _ 

A ►'•irl la bilnc made on 'blA now. and AU'‘rney-t.enera 
Wi-mer haa a $*»0.fi0h vote to pet vnme Kind of an maiitution po- 
Inc Ml Winrh was s'-id of ibia. and said *o, and m» did Mr. 
li.. Mf \^l*•m^t said i«* a tremendous prnhlem. and that the 
Rtjii' «i • • be made in a small way 

Ami Mr U -"»er Ihanke<l rveiyone who had helped f«*«e up 
to If;; pioniem ihe member for flurnaby, ihe .Inhn Howard 

s;<.nri> Ibr Tlll/nheth Fry .S4*neiN. ihe ludpes. Mayor Fred Hume 
».f VaiHou^r' who. >aM Mt. Wi^mer has iakeo--a greai interest 


Wdpe increase battles ix’tween city rounri! and civic 
empk'.vees apjwrently have ended. 

* Workers have voted to arcept wage Increa.scs of an 
average 1121 per cent for inside workers and 15 ’.r cents 
hourly for outsidi> workri's. it was reported yesterday, 

The iniTe.ise.v w r t r rr. »>m 

mended t** b% v'liv muiuil that the inside staff In 

MiUiitper I’lsdl \V>f4ii and ai- rir^sev uoi^ld about Jtn.dO0_. 
lopted Iam week mily after re- hilt uic ••ost of the m»*.tdr staff 
\ersal of tw»> pre\ i- <|e* would dejK'nd nil the publii" 

whi'h n-ieiied the ret'omnieoda woik< programs f.T the year. 

1. • Ai»niii worket* are af 

(111 .U'e «•! -. i! -!l*t> i>> il iilii'.. fp. l.-ll 

Ihe i*u?tui-e Ml. W> iP s\as iti At .Nnnaini<*. wii|Kei<> leiriUlv 
'■•r--trd In iilfiT i«> in< ti'iise at a<>-epted wac*' mi'f.**.es nf $»*• 
ah i'» empU'>e**v a nti'iiMi and more. h.i'e<l on re 

Hi fnie tu -.vUatioM'* re^iiijiett < lav^iiji dtmns m i-iiv-. 
hnwevet. -U 11 ie\ets4‘d tu de t'ak Hay munu-ipal workers 
« Im. i> .= • rpt.. Uie wafes -.tin-, now are in i on* ilinn-.ii In .'•eekinc 
b' .. »- *e ef “» 'I'' petace SL*ti monin pay in 

Mr -d rejuTlrd to iMms^. 


and none knew who would be nark 
then ihere'll be an election, and there 
hanges in Hnuw membership. 

ihanked everyone for 

^: .d them well. Mr. Anaromh was happy and 
ijrmal and he wiseeraeked, as is hi* way. ana 
>...1 as he look»vl back, the i on- 

T of suengih ti> the Lii«eraU in I oalition. 
he said had enjoyeil the -seasion and 
a^scK■lall<ms In povernmeni with the l.tb- 
• enjoyed l)einjf in opposition to 
f.f us are here after the Hection. 
Joukif.if ba«K on .*12 \eari_in,_ihe Housi-, a truly 
^ arid- Reuing ri'ady to tiRhi hia 10th general 
*-\ciMiop. i<io for friendship and co operation 
all Ml.A's in Femie. where Mi' 
ur.'Hf' would .shfiw them the unilerRround 
Id bed have someihiriR to cure it, and 
for anylhme fr«ni ingrown loenalls to 

irraimeni of elruK addicts Kver\- 
■ ;,»rh for ail he had d»ine these 
ireated as sink pe^iple and not 


«o 


Knd of fourth ses.sion nf 22nd I^egislature ycslerday 
hrought big victory for Mrs. Tilly Rol.ston. Independent 
M.L.v\. from Vancouver-Point (irey. Just before pro- 
roqalion. I.ieutenanl -Governor Clarence Wallace gave 
Royal Asseni lo hei* bill lo permit factory coloring of 
margarine Chief opponent of »eolored margarine 
throughout session ha.s lx»en Alex. Hope (P.C., Delta , 
s|iokesman for Fraser V^alley cattlemen, Mr Hope, a 
good loser, congratulates Mrs. Rolston on hci‘ success. 


Two M l..A.'s who' have no woitUn alKMii whether they 
will b<- returned to the House in tlu‘ June eleniuii are 
shown chatting after prorogation. They are Tom King 
<L. (rt)ldenl. left, and George l*eai*son iL.. Nanaimoi. 

two veteran legislators havt' announced they will not 
s(^k re-eleetion. Liht'ral memiM'rs of the House yester- 
day presented Mr. Pearson with a new cane. Mr. King 
with a Sliver bowl. .Mr. Pearson, long-time cabinet 
minister, has been in ill-health for some time. Mr. King 
intends to give more time to his business. 


Logging Contracts 
Receive Approval 


House Deals Briefly 
Willi Biillle Qiieslion 


! itirrr !«= Mayor HarTe*im « propoMl to 

ojit-Mimn- •••i the h-ivr n.r .Snokr l^kr watrrshed 
..airr-.h.-.t arr.* w.«-. tor loRping pUi-^d bcfnif 

thr 1 ircairi V*uli-ria ihr \oiris was rieN-aied h> the 


anre wdh the pr«»c»‘dute set out 
in the appropriate M.iluti*" 

The Hou'i- parsed the re'olu 
lion m it« amcnilcd J'um. 

ThiH rncani that the H->une 
hill] di*«itl*sl It"! to itdiTvrne in 
the m«iHT, ami tha' V inn-ndiM 
lo ht the •luesiion take ihp 
htalulury couim* nf appeal in Mr. 
Kenney and meniually u* the 
rahiiiri, If Mr Kenney dismissed 
the first appeal 

By the time nutile I^ke came 
up lor discussion, at the end of 
a InnB leglslallve day and m the 
dyinp hours of a tive w-eek *e«i- 
M.T. moM M.L A- •. seemed lo 


The Hiiiile I^ke f-init«ivers> . 
wlihli has lALiftt f‘T m*<ie than a 
Near. W.i- «l|spo*»e<l nf In Ihe 
»U-4«e<l iv/isi.-iiuie in If'S thttfi an hour 
namt-il epTlv VS etliii'Mlay moriunc 
if Ihe The tpie^lntli tif Whether Ibe 
Ulward B‘‘. Power fummission should 
work, be alloweit lo ilam the lake fur 
uid be water elt»rai:e for it% .Inhn Hart 
t more Power Development was InURht 
•.houlfl in a 12-day public hrannR Iasi 
sUmrocr 

nr Ihe Then K. II Tred'-rofi, pmvin 
sal m cial water rlcht.s romptr*-n»r. de- 
was a ftded m favnr of the power com- 
Trving 

B.(“. cftnservannniMs rai.sert an 
naval, upr«»ar and apt>raled Mr. Tred- 
s|.<.re' croft’s de« ision to l^nrts and 
k read Ferest*. Minister F.. T Kenney, 
led hii Meanwhile. Premier Byron 

Yoment .’ehnson promised there would 
he a full debate on the question 
r»eaker I^eRinlaiure 

jhietia After the premier had ma«le 

hi* promise, the roaliiiim Rovern- 
merit fell aiwrt and ITemier 
Johnson tIraftiHl his only rsjten- 
^ thil iCi-i-UMon pr»>Rram for the 

(rf the Hmi-e 


Sm.r thji time the South Van- 
couver Istojiil Hancer* and tlie 
Vu'UHia Fi*h anil Uanir IToiec- 
ti\e .\-s;:t:a!lon have i.illied be- 
luoil 'he tn.i^or to op|>ose any 
! i| loRRoiR ikiiirme on the 
• •'^r-.hetl lands 

Kitll I ItKMl 

A b'lrt h\ Much \V r.Tiherhv , 
'•pr.kesman for many maior B r, 
up work a* *^a « of ..houi loRRinR industries wa.s read on 
Stjfki to ihf wa»rt boaid m the Mfre 5uhie<i 
the fifit ta.se and a slight irve jn Reneial .Mr Weatherby 
tv.i' in the sernnd urted .-aiiiioh in an undertakinc 

Mavoi riaudr 1. ll.irnvon of -this kind and stnei enforce- 
e\pre**-ed ri=f:-:;rM over tp,- «nn nieni of .sanitary and fire repu- 
irac'ts themspfvr' and urced ’tiev |AMnn». 

he perused hj members of the He «..nd the prime pur|vise of 
ho.iiii before they .irr *.«Ri>ed Itjpcinj: iihnuld not he for rev- 
‘ If we let roiitiac’s we must eniie hut for improvement and 
aie earriert out maintenance of the fnresi. 

,iut Copies nf the brief brnuRht 

T t't the boHid by Aid, James 

Miller contiart ‘HMrlbuted lo 

mil of a hx tbemlwra for iheir Information 
e Cleanup wot* approve,! was a J2..Vlfl 

iKHiMisr H pi.s ''•'f*' ""‘-f rcplHi.iing on 

iir.-ui before the 

era cair.e.1 ou* ‘’pw.iid *.nd 

there were about dfitl arrra in 

niM i nu ar/t w hltfh nerd relurrstatioii. 


tuosi iniiHirlaat w *el 
. a Whu-ll 

il till highest li 'l ' M about 


see 


Honor sessum 

bjects. "1^* •• MOTION faileil to provide neces 

Secre Sm*n after Ihe session oiamed. InformatJon on the fnatier, . 

'swill t’.C t-‘. leader Harold Winch jj,. „h|erted to the resolution i 
intll It plaeed a resolution on the order ,,, „jghi and 

f busi. paper. It read: m ^^d of the session 

sceord- t’ resolved that all inform- Atiomev-Tteneral tionlon VV iv. 

ation rrhitivr in the prof^sa to p^ssaRe nf Mr 

Yr iiir- Hiiitie i^ke be filed 1 amendment did nm neers 

f. who sarilv me.xn *he Rovemmeni ap 

will he 'And Iw it fur er proved of damminp Buifle I^ke 

.hat this Hm.^ do he added, u mean, the 

mto a rommiltee of the whole rp.e.omn 

for the purpose nf rnnsIderinR pnUUr^l 

m the entire situation wth a view 

r , m rrrnmmending The amendmem ua.s passed nn 

^ ^mem Ihe opinion of the members voire-, me shortly before l -V 

I on this vital subject 
I No information on Buttle l.jkp 
was filed The icsoliulon stayed 
on the Older i^per until after I V 
dividetl mldnipht Tuesdny Th.-n n whs ^ HH<UI;n 

Iihoto- callml fur discussion. - .. , » 

By this time Arthur A'h .1,. ImpOrllMl MaitlDS 
i^anU'ht. Rovrrnment whtji. had | F 

pr»)|M>s4*d an amenrlmeni t<» Mr UNITKI> NATIONS. N.V.. 
Winch's lesulutlon. It changed March 2d 'rFi*t'nited Nations 
the original resoJulinn to read. Mamp.s with a printing error 
"Re It resolved, that all In- shnwinR the blue and white I' N. 
formation rrlntlve it> the pro- flap flylnc at half staff were re 
poMi to dam Buttle l,aiir havlnp ,rntlv put on sale hv the po'f 
been placed hefoie F 11 Tied- offiie here Twenty of the 
rrnfi t«impir*'dcr of water ^trtmp« were 'oM before ipe p*-'* 
nphts. In a «erirs of public office realized they were imper 
hrarlnps. this In'clslaiure re feci and reralle,! them t'N 
cords M* approval of the qnev- empinvees are believed in have 
lion nf the u'C of RwMir Ijike boupbi mn«f of the 20 three cent 
as a water stnrape basin for stamps which mipht become 
riower. bcine settled in accord- valuable. 


Httrl Kinsman.! 


Exact Reverse 
Of Poles Apart 


the '.r-svioM vva.A over And now comes 
• Micivv of a pcocral cleciinn when , 
er, Wednewtay m the be«i of relatinnv, 
lineal ihroais 


A motorist camr oiii srronri ir 
of Victoria’s olrt-fat^hionw! chisier-lighi 
Yarns yrslcrday afternoon 

Police sHld a car diiven by B H .t--hn 

reived metlium*«l«m<vpi- m the ,ullivi"n ^ Vt< 
<Us«ificd by police irieHi'iiir aid'fOMrn.'U 
[laniape to the pub- vtni liRbi 
fcrape,! ofl. 

Cost About ST Ni 


IhmiivI f'-i' f Tile pn 
rill* Itti'ie III Britisl' ■ tti'** H *•' 
forem'- gi.iphcd 

litovinciai depariment ul an»l ma«lr 
lutvevs is looklnp for J-Ht men for 
ini'M in help find toil this which wl 
r The suivry will be pari I to 1l»* n 
Hi-.Jic limiter. rufkuiR plan lined up and 
iiupleted in five vear^ * - 

p.MMiuT* fwrestx have w-orKcra 
n.inr BUivi’v fnr *ttme -J) HHItUltC 


Mi’.or '’lau.le I. H.irrisoii is 
nutKinp headway in his fitdii to 
liHVc t|ie waierfrord areas of 
le.l.lMrcHm intluded in the pill 
>•( park kinds bi the prnviniial 
. ••^ernmeni 

Tl.e l.firtler \V.-.‘tr 

IV-.r.* approved ‘ n prm 
I ip e fli --rsierdav mrr'iop 
l i.. move V • • 
presrii* usts-te p: = =p«-*ed 
a*TH an addi*:--'- »• -m.vifr -f- 
lion e.-**l of the I- A r- "aik* 
and a ,itv owned se»trm of Ihe 
IT,, fj;.r . if rhe ffwit of y ifdav s»*n 


Irt.luMun of Ihe atlditional par- 
.el of water hoard land arid tlie 
I iiy-uwnerl aerimn in the jiart will 
have lo la* approved by , ity conn* 
( It 

The matter will pndMihly he on 
Ihe eernda P'f mniphr a anuneil 
nteet it«p 


Ai»art from key men survey 
nee<i have no wno/is 
neroHljnp to H Popue 
in ch.irpr of the V-.i-iniia lores. 

«urvev> office 

OVKK Br. 

Teams will rnijse about Z'vfVX).- 

000 acres rtf fnresi this summer. 

1 ha deparimenl experts. 

Areas to be worked on this 
year are spotted all over British 
('olumbla. exiendlnp from the 
Naas River area to forests in 
areas near Prince fJeorpe. Kam 
loops. Nelson and on the lower 
mainland txiaai. 

The ' praml survey" will he 
mude on a one per cent intensity 
basis, rommerclal cruisers lake 
up lo 10 per tTni Iniensliy. but 
Ihe smaller percentape will be ac- 
curaip over a large area accord cuirw Wilson, the first i.f the 1' S-, report lo 

Inp to the forestry deportment. woman to hold the I’niled Stales department and other 
After all. we can t count every civil air attache to Can- 

tree In the province ' Mr Popue ,da, will visit Vlcinria April H- 
SHitl. She IS making a tour nf Royal 

'The problem Is to pet the ex Canadian Flying I'lubs in west, 
pkuptinn and preliminarv espim ^'^inada and while in Vir 

f i phase over firsr." hr saj.i ,nr will he the guevt of 

n we can handle alhK'aiiens v'lrituia Flylnp Club, a member 
a better idea of what weve |u>ninr organization 

Miss Wilson will he met al 
t\e have lo know what s to Vanenviver by Vlcmna club presi 
Ihe shelf before we can hand it ^ 01 ,^ Claude Butler and flown bv 
out or sell It, or 's\ it ' he <aid pnvi,,^ plane to Pairina Bay 
This year's survey will double nrviui 2-1^ pm. On arrival ai the 
the effort of 1fl.il to speed rom- nirpnrt she will inspect club 
plption of the work Cruisers furihfics. before being entertained 
will n«»te the amount nf timber. Victoria 

quality, sl/e and tree species Wilson took over her post 

"All we air waiflnp for now" onaw* early m UFA Al 
.said Mr Popue, "are men who though n<*t a pilot herself - she 
want lo work in the woods in the rlaima never to have fmin«l lime 
summer months." m laam flying— Mi*s WtUnn has 

_ _ _ been Intimately a.ssoclated with 

aviation for a long peri*«d 
She transferred to the civil air 
attache offiit* In London in 1*H3, 
helping to open the «tate dbpart- 
roeni’t first » 1 vil air aita<hes 
Ward Five of Virtorla pruvm office. During *tx >ears In the 
rjsl Progressive Conservative British <apnal she heiame a« 

Astnrlahnn will meet April 2 at slstant to the attai he 
ft pm In the Yales Street head Her ritiiies are in interpret 
quarters, th* aecretary an- I'ni'ed States avlatinn regula- 
nounced. ttona and txplam th* air policiea 


• »roups 1 and i of the Vti'nfis 
public rreeimps St 7 and R pm 
Binnghion .''•met 


New Building 
For ^anaimo 


Today \s 
Events 

Xmvn— «>pllml*1 « lub. Pwinr 
(tub. 

I p.m.- N< h,M«U Ilrama Fe» 
iUal at OaklMids S,h<a»l. plays 
bv OaklantN. Tlllb um and Nor 
folk House Scht-d*. 

,V4.1 p.n*.— Oak Ba> KIwanIs 
( hib. Oak Bay Heath Ibdel. 

II p.Mi.— I nlletl Nalbtns So 
elely. piibllr mertlng 1« hear 
l»r. It. F. .\niyot s|»fak on Ihe 
Morld Health Organluititm. 

a p.m.— “V htatls Drama Fe*- 
Oval at Oak Bay High 'sthotd. 
plavs b> Ullittwa. Mrinrla 
High and North saanIch High 
K. hrtoH. / 

a p.m.— Rec,*rded Music So- 
rieix. complete |MTftirmance of 
••Towa." al I3«3 Broad Sireel. 


The mavor held up tue ont'i.H. . 

-r.-ew«v aprermem M the Mlv. ^ Pearson. MLA. announrei 

• f. v*a»cr Ittmid and the provm ihai work on the new provincial 
.;i; Rovrrnmt'Ut until re'e.vrtl huUtfing heie will rommenre 
.-,.,rHn.e lhal the hioh would tie June C> Tenders are being called 

;r tf. ,1 p.iri- sod lUe fore nnre 

‘...re ini hided - dwellings adjacent to ihe 

, 1T\ ATPItlA -\l. present I'ourthouse are being 'om 

Ap> , ti.,- wjier-i.cd area down to make room for the new 
vionp-. •»,, water board nmler Arueiure which has been sought 
pure, ai-reemeut with the hy 'he Nanaimo Chamber of 
i<v tt'e T-.-r iruj't aj.prove at.v Commerce and rliy crfunrll. 

.-.ft i'i Ihf gi.-.rrfimonT amve it A revote of $l.V)fW has been 
I* I'. inc up pari .<f It* »eMiniy. noted in fe,|eral estimates for a 
Ji . •nrtet.»/vtd I'ic pr- i're s’.irt on a new federa* building 
•r.f'’-- •! rcate-efl *c ft -he as well Chamber of Cnmmeie# 

• *.. e deal if jt «»ir. t com :ded is pres«ing for this work at an 

..rf-.n eariv date 


Tours Plying Cluhs 


Two men were puked up fot queHiioning n: ' I’v |v»uim' ,..r 
yesterday morning, after a smash and grab raid on WuiMms Kn 
ling Shop. 740 Jfthnson. 

Two Urge window* were broken but ,■ fe- h-. ■ be detr 
minrKl nothing is mlssinp. pnli/-^ said The iw.. mep were la»er t 
leased 

« « « 

A II year-old youth, who wa* eaiighi in the art of shoplift- 
ing fr»tm a downtown rtrigteni* *tore Tuesdav, was apparenllv 
in desperate need nf a new pair of shoes. 

He had one shoe in hU prMsesslon and adniMtnrt In polue 
he got Ihe other one the dav before. 


\ STORY OF CHRIST 


One of the hazards of an arinr's 
life befell David Ourr. Belmont 
lliph .schttol pupil who apiteareil 
a« one of Ihe poachers In "Blrfls 
of a Feather ■ staged Tuesday as 
pari of the s,'honl* drama festival. 

His name appeared on the pro- 
gr.im Int'orrecily sj«*Ued as 
"Turr." 

It might have pnrve imnotli-ed 
except that David gave such a 
fine p.Tformanee ihat adjudicator 
.Tark Thorne used the plav. and 
David’s ariing. as a good example 
In Ihe rest of th* yeuni actor* 
and actres.ses. 


ones 


And the High Pne*t railed Ihe Temple 
g'jarri* and Judas led them toward »b* 
Garden of C^cthaaman* ' wh*r« Jeaua 
xvaa. 


But .fiidas. as he a^erptod it-e s»c er 
of betftval. wa» ’rouMed m hia heart. 


And .Itida* entered and Mt before the 
High PrtesT who offered him .”Vi pieces 
of illver to beuay to them hia Master. 


In the rhamher nf the High Priest, 
where the Temple leaders were plot- 
ting against the life of .fetua, a viutor 
was suddenly announced. 


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Thwrtday, M«#<K 27, 1«S2 


Joan Iligson Is Bride 
Of FO. \\ \\C, Ganimic 


m^TVlif’c HMt'*' Sint 

w. 1 »>t th<* W 

to iu*> U i* \ AT (hr mrriing to lt« 
ii'-'Ml (n » ir H M C 5v, 

Ni.i on Apiil J ii *30 p.m. 
Hi« auhiriM will hr 'With ihr 
P.: Now nn K«*-rAn 

■ Tim will Iv* »rr\C»l. 


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Todfiy’* Pullern 


By MARION MATTHEWS 


Snapdraj{<ir»i. Iulip>. dafludUi oflii'iaicrj 
and »ri» rtrronitrd St. Mailhias’ i'firm»»ny 
(Tiurch for Ihr wcvidinj; nf Joan Mnirh IH 
Higdon. da«iBh»rr nf Mr and Thr bri 
Mr«. A- H. HMihrr. i!lH Murne hy hiT li 
S’rrri. anfl Kljing (Mfitrr \Vj|. Miapirss 
frrd Cenjl flammir.’ Sra Inland, ami. luilr 
H.r. Thr Rrv. F K M T»*malm rd i 


l.wxt<‘n a’>d ll«i»py Vol.-y 
\Snmrnt Inaiuutr mrt tn the 
Luxtim Hatr w Hh M-:» J Kut* 
mrtu in «tip rhair rri'jjinnH lor 
ihf rvrring •> •icmon^trali 'n 
ol ihr ll"a MAUi'.g -n.-uhinr hy 
thr IMuiid iipu-hrniAiivr 


irinji 


lor Jhoae nondescript brows ■ l 
no one noiii'ps. 

Your rye hrowa should ho 
shaped and arched to follow the 
natural lines of the bone struc- 
ture over the eyes. Tweere them 
carefully but don't he ovYr- 
realous just remove enough 
stray hairs to give yourself a 
well groomed appearance. Take 
out the stragglers in the centre 
and underneath if this i« all that 
Is netYHsary. Don't experiment 
with exotic lines you wish to 
try something different use a 
priicU so that you can remove 
the results when they are not 
what you wish. You can easily 
build up your brow line or exien*l 
it with a pencil. 

."'omettmes 


lea in \ >m net with darker blue overskirt. 

I She carried a bouquet of pmk 

At the meeting nf Sir Matthew and blue hyacinths and had a 
nallhe Beghie Chapter. I.O.PK, tiara of the .same flowers in her 
Jield recenjiy. plans were made hair. 

fur a spring tea io be held at The gmom had as best man 
headquarters on April 17, wiih Flying Officer Don Coiker of 
Malls for home looking and Campbeil River and Flying Offi- 
plants. i-er Michael Hooper of Mill Bay 

'Phe following conveners were acted as usher 
appointed, Mrs. R. I’nirhelt, Following the ceremony, a 
services at home and abroad; reception was held at the Olde 
.Mrs. R. C. Malc<ilm. fiofetwar; England Inn where ihe bride's 
Mrs. R, C Hrown. ex service per- table was centred with a three- 
sonnel; Mrs. R Pritchett, child tier cake embedded in tulle and 
and family vveifare; Mrs. F. R. pmk blossoms, .Mr. and Mrs. 
Moor?, empire and world affairs; f». j. Balagno stood In the receiv- 
Mus K King, work in India; ing line with Mr. and Mrs. Ciar- 
Mis. W. Barrowclough, endow- her and ibe young couple. Mr. 
menf fund; Mrs. R. T. Murphy, . balagno proposed the toast to 
films: Mrs, J Rieaklev flo'* ev .pr h*' • 

anil ’.iviTing if'mtnl'*ee, Mr*. I l^ ;c. • , to s(o»«d a* honev nuum 
Ml Mill.sn, ic,x convener. in Ihe fnlted Fr.-.o ;ind ihr 

A knitting meeting will be held Okanagan the bride ir;»\ele<i O) 
lai the home of Mr«. R. <" Mol- a mauve gabardine sull with 
roim, >21 (Iraham Street, on navy ar<esv*ne» and fur neck- 
April 2 piece, the gif* of the groom. 

FO. and Mrs. (iammie will 
Wla make their home In Vancouver 


COME AND GET ’EM 

THURSDAY ■ FRIDAY ■ SATURDAY 


.500 Pairn to 
Clear — Dress 
Shoes and 
Casuals. 
Values to $7. 


eyebrows are 
s|iai»cd well enough but ihey are 
AO light they cannot he a4*e« 
from juvt a few feet away. 
When this is your difficulty 
don't hesHaie to darken them 
wiih an eye crayon or with a 
bn of mascara on the same brush 
which you use for your iashes. 

Afier your face powder has 
been applied i-omh your brows 
A rummage sale will he hei*i vincial Mu>cum. will be guest upward and then smooth them 
the Afternoon and Fvening -pe.vKcr a* si Mary v Men's down with your pemil Tn do 

A. groups of Wi.kiavon Road Gmlrt meenriB March 27 »n the a very realistu job when apply- 

lited Church, tn the Old Hard r.uild Hall. Vale .street. P p.m. mg pencil m extend or huild up 

Hearing Hall on Marcn 29 * ♦ the bn^- line the trick of using 

9 * m. Navy l.r,iLOie fh.ipter (ODF two different colore<t pencils 

« * a will mer» for games and tea works out verv well. Try a 

Dr. Clifford Carl, director. Fro March 27 at liea<lquarter.s 2 p m. brown and a black pencil If your 


KO. and Mr«. \V, C. (lammin ate pirturod following 
Ihrir marriagp in St. MuMhias' Church roccntly. The 
Rov. r. K. M. Tomalin officiaird.— ( Barker and Sponrer 
photo.) 


All Sales Final 


Clubs and Societies 


Mixs Nesta Walters oft. ange^ AhIIVC DailghterS 
whose marriage to Mr. Fred “ 

May will lake placw on Apnl / IkiixwP 

12. was the guest of honor n- IC^dlOS 

cenily at a surprise clilo-v ard %jrs, t; Burnett and Mra. J. 
linen sliower given by h^t co- Ktng were chosen as tlrlegaies 
workers ai the IU‘. Power Com- for the .Native Daughiers of R.t*. 
mission at the home of .Ml^s p„«i No. 3. to the (irand post 
Hattie Jewell. linR fJ cn»*ra ron ven iion .to be held in .Na- 
Plare. On arrival Mi«a Wali>n naicno .April lA at a recant Rvaat* 
was presented with a corsage ing. Mrs. C. Davies presided 
of white hyactnih and pink car- owing to the Illness of Mrs. O, 
nations and the gifts w«-ie ion- HifrneU, chief factor. The grand 
cealed In a decorated umhrri.a. fK.si officers from Victoria will 
Mrs A. Cooley poured lr.-i .i1 be Mrs. C. Davies, post grand 
Ihe table ccnir^^ with a bowl factor; Mrs. f Brown, grand 
of spring flowers. Among the ireasurer and Miss Kme .Neel- 
guevts were Mri. D. Wtihann. ands as past grand factor from 
Mrs. t; Jewell. .Mrs. C. Rouech *, Victoria Post. 

Mrs. D. Byrne. Mrs C, Niles, Donation.s for the rummage 
Mrs. D Creen. Mrs. D Pafier- sale April 2fi. should be left at 
son. Mrs .S, Chan Mrs. K Hinde- the old Colonist office April 25 
-non. Mrs. D Smyth. Dorothy or with Mrs. G. Burnett. B 2.332. 
Jewell. Marjorie Harwood. Ma Mrs. R. Crulekshanks and MIm 
non Jones Pal Gammond. Jean Lorimer will be hostesses 
Peggy McDonnell. Joan Mifchep. at a post social evening to be 
Barbara Ferrle and Marjory held at Miss M Gallles' home. 126 
Blythe Croft Street. 


g.amor fabric. The collar i> i-eial- 
like ir» frame your [>retiy f.irc, 
the bow IS a beau catcher, the 
piea’ed .skirt divine. 

Paiiein P'tJk Jr. Miss si/es 11. 
13. 1.*. IT, Si/e 13 takes ■!'* yaida 
39 inch Librw. 

This easy louse paiiern gives 
perfect fit. Cmn]ilcic, UlustmTed 
a<-w' chart shows you every step 

Send thirty five cents In coma 
(stamps cannot be accepted i fur 
llitn pattern to Uie Maruin Martin 
pnltcrn Department. ’Die Vl^ 
Iona Colonist. 60 Front Street 
West. Toronto. Ont. Print plainly 
sire, name, address, style num 
her. The pattern will be mailed 
from Toronto and should reach 
you In two weeks or le«s. 


Todny^s Pattorn 


Exi'litsitv io Birk/t in \ ictorin 


At last. Helirate, naOiraHv flacmired Allswret 
cornea lo ▼©« alrwuiy eoiour^ *'httUerrup** y«Uow! 

Sav good'bte to Dieaay tniring bowls and bothersome 
kneading. Just open a package of new colmired 
Allsweet, put it on vour table, and there it is . 
a templing ’T)uttemjp** rellow . . « a delirious spread 
for ererr use. Yon 71 prefer MIswret's delicate 
natumi flaronr. And now, Allsweet brings rou hath 
the flavofu and the colour ron want in a spreadi 

F.n)OT new AlUweet on bread, loast. rrunrhy rolls, 
and hot Tegetablea. Use .Mlsweel in tour fussy * 

satires and all yonr fanrr baking! A«k for a . 

pound or two of new ’'buttemip*’ rellow f 

Allsweel— Swiff's guest -cpialitT margariDC 
with dehrate, natiirai flavour! 


Birks Present 


GARDENIA 


!ftf ITamaa \\ 


HFR PAKn IlFHT 
Crorhet your dsrllng's very 
be^r party drev** A simple pat- 
tern stttrh. with yoke and bor- 
der In Vstilrh. Skirt is tubular, 
gsihered. with lenc'h adjii.Med 
bv hows r*e coMon for Spring 
PaMriti Ml. rr-nhet directions 
2 t 6 years Included 

Send thirty five ernis In coins 
(stamps cannot ne airepied* for 
this pattern to the ljura 
\^*heel^r Pattern pi-p.-vrlment. 
The Victoria Colonist. fiO Front 
pi reel West. Toronto, Ont. Print 
plainly si?o. n.'ime. address, style 
number The p.vitern will be 
mailed from Toronto and should 
reach you in two weeks or less. 


A new open slock pattern in fine 
English F.arthenware 


AtW/ 


A moderately priced set for evervdav use as s luncheon 
or dinner service Colorful green and white gardenia 
pattern on a pure white background . a »ei that 
will eternallv grace the table with the refreshing 
fragrance of spring 


56-Piecc Set consists of 


R Dinner Plafes 

8 Deiwert Plain* 

R Bread and Butter 
Plains 

8 SrtiipPlalrs. 

8 Teas and Saucers 


Enjoy the delicate naiursd flavour! ^ 

» No mirfkial flovovrin^r o(Mo<t . • . evor 


Any compleie set may 
be purchased on Birks 
Budget Plan. One-third 
down, balance on con* 


Ov«r«M ItofRi I4H 
ln<K*«. >*••• HvW- 
l«d h«rdw**4 


QUIKUT KITCHEN KARVER 


venJent mnnThlv pay* 
ments. i Minimum Down 
Pavmen* to conform 
with Government Credit 
Regulattonsi. 


13 07. OF DELICIOVS 


OPEN STOCK 


Gravy Boat and 

Stand 

Ur Plai'er 

12" Platter 

M" Platter 

k" Baker 

Covered Veget- 
able Dish 

Covered .ftig ... 
Cream Jug . - 


nr Dinner Plate 
7'* Dessert Piste 
5 ', Bread snd 
Butter Plate . 
Soup ^*laie - - . 
I'ream Soup and 

Stand 

Teacups and 
. Saucers . --- 
Fruit Ssucert — 
Osf meals 


~ Yoo*d pST at least |1.7S to get a 

^ <|UAlitT alainleaa steel, hollow ground carving knife 
■ like this! Hat to introduer yoo to new 'Yvuttermp** 
yellow AHaweet. yoo eao gel this Quikat Kitrben Kaiwer for 
onlv 60( and 2 ADsweet boi tops! It's a bargain that dnean't happen 
cm, aitd il*s bnitexl. so nrt fast! For each Qirikot Ikitchen Karvev you 
want Mud jour name, address. Mt, and 2 AOsweet bos terps to: 

8i«ift'a Aiisweet knife. Box 152S, Torooto. Onlano ^ 


WH01i:S0ME F(M)I) 


JEWn-LERS 


Thk-TTW Yates Sr 





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OWBRIDGE’S 


TONIC 

Ouictr 

* for 

COUGHS -COLDS 


DON’T BE HAIF-SAFE. USE ARRID-TO BE SURE! 


' fiatlg (EoloniBt ViclorU. I.C.. Marck H, 1 »S 2 IJ 


'Former Helen Baird Tells 


Lfavin;: f»r Ottawa Friday 


ouple Wed at ( eiitennial 


About Visit to Hong Kon 


Th^ Crnicrmul .iViicd t'hureh shade with matching headrtre** 
was the of an afiertioon and short 'oil. She carried a ml- 

weddmi: when Ilwn Pearl, daugh- omal no»ega> of white carnation* 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. t*. Rasmus amt mauve- ie*»- 
M*n nf Regina .Sask. herame tlie Mr Peter Litwin acted as hevt 
bride of L S M Melun Arthur man and Mr Peter l-e.-wtWJh' and 
Hite.s. R.y N-. sun of Mr *iid Mrs. Mr Wasne Fro.st as ushers. 
f. Borden of i;»scnmb«\ B.C. Re\. reteptUin held at the 

\V. R AMiford offK-iute^ Sintthruna H mel The bridal table 

The bride, given in marriage was I'entreil with a three-tier wed* 
by Mr Roy H»lla>wore a gown dmg cake topp^t with a miniature 
of white eyelet organdy aiver net hride and groom. The toast waa 


deck buses and double-deck aireet came hack and counted u* again, 
cars and of course they all drive Then they tokl us we couldn i 
on ihe'wTong' aide of the street. 

"What a fabulou-v race track 
they have and so comfortable 
compared to the old Willows! 

There are several clubs and ban 
there, a cafeteria and a couple 
,o£ fUiung rooms. We had lunch 
at one of the clubs. JiisC outside 
in the halls they have wickets 
and pa', booths an it Is made 


"Living In Hong Kong Is aome- 
what like living on top of a vol- 
cano.” writes Mrs. Arnold In- 
gram. the former Helen Baird of 
Victoria, who visited the British 
settlement recently. 

For the last 18 months Mrs- 
Ingram has been residing on 
Okinawa where her husband la 
itationed with Morrison- Knudaen 
International Engineering Com- 


get off! 

•The plane finally got so hm 
they roped off a sma ll aj :ea 
undertfrath. posted guan^ all 
around it and let us stand there 
Corning bark we went through 
the same routine " 


giTssiye t’onseryailve Associa- train-length veil was held b> a uncle of the groom 
tion entertained at a silver tea coronet of fiearls and the bride Mi. and Mrs. Hiles .will resida 

Tuesday afternoon at the home carried a bouquet of red roses m Victoria 

of Mrs. K y. Finland, fM8 Old and white carnations. 

Eaquimalt Road. Miss Shirley Walton of Vam'ou- St AUmh's Ladies’ Guild will 

Mrs. H. Anscomb.. Mrs K. L \er acu*d as the brulesmaid. Her hold an F.aster ba.'aar shower al 

Eyres. Mrs. A. McDonnell. Miss floor-length gown was of orchid the parish hall April I ai 2 ptn. 


by the same route. 

**As usual nothing seems to 
says. 


bother the British, 

•'but the Chinese are very ner- 
vous, particularly those That 
either came out of Shanghai or 
had to live there during the occu- 
pation. There 
people there that literally 
out of Shanghai either 


to a floating restaurant. There 
they have all kinds of live fish. 
You pick out your own fish and 
they cook it for you. Only draw- 
back la you must eat with chop- 
sticks. 

1 ‘The hotel was very comfort- 
able with a huge room with wide 
yerandah overlooking the bay. 
*rtien there was the shopping. 
What a shopper's paradise Hong 
Kohg is. 

"At Formosa they werw ver> 
stuffy. When we landed after 
having to draw the curtains on 
the way in. two officials covered 
with gold braid boarded the 
plane. They counted heads, looked 


are ao many 
ran 

* hours or 

minutes ahead of the Commun- 
ists and a lot of them atlll have 
prices on their heads. 

‘There Is a small Anwrlcan 
colony and most of them are 
Jitter)-, especially those with chil- 
dren. A lot of the tTilnese are 
going to South America. 

"As you know a lot of people 
work In Hong Hong and live 
either up on the Peak on the 
Hong Kong side or on the Kow- 
|i>on side which U a ten-minute . 
fern’ ride. One American girl us all over, then lined up those 
I met is so nervous she is afraid getting off and counted them 
to go over to Hong Kong at night After they let them off they 
to a parly and leave her chil- 
dren on the other flde. 

"Hnng Kong Is beautiful and 
jam packed. The population ha.s 
almost tripled due to refugees 
of all nationalities plu.< the peo- 
ple who came out of Shanghai. 

They have some beautiful rr---!- 
ern houses and apartment blocks 
but rents are prohibitive. One 
couple I met had come across a 
house they wanted to rent until 
Ihev di.srovered the landlord 


TURN 
YOUR 
OLD GOLD 
INTO CASH 

K.A. McLeod Co. Cii 




Staff in fhe_cap»lal. Th^ family have been 
resirtinK *at .>06 IVickyard.— (Photo by 
Hud Kin.sman. 1 


LeavlnR for Ottawa Friday are Mrs, 
W. C. Patterson with Patricia and Cheryl 
who will accompany Crrtdr. (F^) Patterson 
who has been appointed to headriuaticrs 


COATS 


^ to Have 
Hiiinma"e Sale 


Parties in Vancouver 
For Popular Couple 

SOCIM* AND PKK-SONAI. 


English Imported coats In styles 
to make big sister envious- 
fitted or box style. Newest 


Miss Margsret Jane Macinitt-«li and Mr. Bruce Boyd who will ^ meeting of 

b, m.rr»d Apra U wiU itucw oI .. ^ ^ ,hr l.lnn'. Auitll.n hrin ,n .h, 

given In Vancouver this week end. Mr. and MrvKarl I-mning will , . 

enierialn at a cocktail party for them Friday at their MaTjKile Ayrnui- ''trww Club rm nily Mrs. A. 

home. Saturday eviming Mr. MaJcolm King, who will iw Ix '-f* m.*n. W Mitchell, guest nf the evening, 
will give a dinner party at his home on Cartier Street. Mi*»» liar- wan welcomed by Mrs, E. liac- 
bara Nation and Miss Nancy Carmichael will crow to Vann)u\er pre.*<ideni. 

with Miss RIdewood on Friday while Ihoae going over .Saturday also 

to atlend the parties will be Miss Jane Uidewoofl. Miss Kathleen Burt During the evening jepori.^ 
Smith Mr and Mrs. G. Erlwarri W'heleii and .Mr. Michael West V -- '^cre heard from Mrs. r.e..rge 
Nation will give a mother and daughter kitchen shower for Miss Tharkray on furniture donated 
Macintosh April 2. There will be IR gueets. MlJw Burt .^mlih will tor a foster parents room: Mrs. 
entertain at o shower for her April A and the following dav Mrs P/rcy Gilson, arrangement.s for 

Maurice Carmichael and Miss Nanev Carmichael will he ho-stesses the bridge and . 

the Business and Professional 
Women's Club rooms. April 9. 
and final arrangements were 
made for the rummage sale, con- 
vened by Mrs. W. Spouse, in the 
Public Market. April 5. 


wanted S.’t.OOO 'U.S.' key monej- 


iMr wiM tkf*k 

• waoderttil 
sbopper wii'O 
• \ you lejy tum 
Has. this 'barssm'* 

in li- 

and r -mnniv 

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H ■ N V I. 0 S 

^ TRICOT 
FRIRT The pp.oo’h. 
baI-'u iri'-r't fsb'i'- » n*ia 

m *11 Lind* n( •'•’h- 

rr Tb» fus'd n*l''n rollir SD'i rufls 
••tv t(-vvi-l/^LiQ|C (or tbs bfe of 
the thirl— v’^Obt vonittg. In ft'^. 
Imnins n a 'h«BS of *he r**' wiih 
• ^ylon T»i'-et Rhirtt 

1.a<mdi-’ias i» an proMem— ‘’i^- a 
ri<;nk tin*!- -wtil s •bd'-tO'l 'b* 
•Liri * rrtilv lo wrar. Jut> ihtok 

■ -B.dk ehiP* at r«»v lo "do iip^ 
•• d.iR « okt II »a\e >be prtrt of tba 

in laundry bilU atenel 
W bat • m"if — a BVD NvI«b 
T firol fihiri ouiBftr* ao ofdiDtrf 
ahirl •'vKal limra over. Buy him 
cme*~fl30o — availabla iB vbitt, 
blue, UB and srev. 


•pnng tone* 


and S.1V) ilf.S.r per month. 
■The traffic is terrific -double 


Sizet 2 to 6x 
from 


Si/.es 7 to I >x. 
from 


SHOKTIKS 
7 to Ux 
k from 


Supper Party Saturrlay 

Mr. and Mr*. E. C. Caraon. Mount Joy Avenue. 
*( a buffet aupper party on Saturday evening In honoi 
Mr. Jack Carson artd hi* fiancee. Miss Trudy Mangin 
be laid for IR. 


enr •> tfV 

• Off lai 

ini-iuait.i 

IftButiiBn 


The Hope Lutheran Church 
Wonten'i League will hold a 
lea. sale of home c2>oklng and 
needlework on April 2 from 1.30 
to 8 p.m. In the church haae- 
ment. Princess and Chambers 
Street. 


ynnrourer yi»itor$ 

Mrs. Prentice Bloedel of Vancouver Is spending a few weeks In 
Victoria and la a guest at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel. Mr. B oedel 
will come from Vancouver to spend this week end at the hotel. 


Phone 
G 1194 


’Th»r» U Nt aubttttui* fnr Qutlur' 


*""™"WHITNEy'S 

64th ANNIVERSARY ^ 


Thi$ h Tfc# Kind Of food .’Leiri 
I tike lo hr »!'•• 

\ S''* Y'”** • • 

4^^/ For \fu Ihitn te 

■HjM' f ran haw • mam 
dk*h fr»r (mir «l.al 

«'L'* -i" J 

Wt to rfX'L ' And 
^ Ihetie art |U*t 

R/iwa f»( the 

rtu-'M *bv KRMT DINNER 
It to popidsr' s d'br'irt'ii 

IBS' smni • D {'•>mhins'<'>0 

li.s’ tour family sill Inv* In 

♦ pa< Lat' vou’ll had '•o- 

■nni:ib-«alrnDK iORrriliro>a 
a rperial, faM-^ooLinc mar-arftfli 
•od Rrat'd (be««r> for sirllow, 
rhrddar rhre«f fUvour. .M-mmm! 

good' And ao for 

■>roert*o«)r mriU* . . . iT§ t>9 
thf fAr/f— info (A« pol—nnht M« 
tn'Ir A nutniiuiia maiO-<<i<irae 
duh f>n Leot. L>ok. fur it id ibt 
or-» ytUow and ltd parLast! 

tfara'a InafanI C»8** Hr'U R^tlr f.nf^r, (Aod h'’ll rO)'>V what It 
- d'K» for your budipi, i.roG That't IN'JfTAN'T 

CIlA.'iK k .•'AMwtHS CnthF-K K-onoimral t-- 
rtu*t there's ai» »a»»e, Wink-i»iifL aod ta*y lo make 
(tak<-t DO loncer liiaa LiilmK the water). And 
Orlin.iu^ Ver, v»u1l fall lo aiih Ihe flavour of 
tbi* lanaol «’<>ITee. p's f<iU-lK»lie-1 -h' ariwarmin* 

. gnr* Vui] a iral lift. That's i' • 'he 

iHk >ni’»ai loflef hack'd bv o\rr h-S years eofl»« 

'tp'rir-nrt Bu’ vnu d'm t need *o know Hua *o 
sppr'n*’* ••• hesr‘v. deep-do»n fla»"ur Kir-'v sip te|b YOU tha' A"S 
IS So *rea* him 'o • »uf» of Ch»»' d .‘'•n!*«rs 

«on<ete An>l *"ve il sb'D s .'*’a drv/p id . . . U • as taay In s’laka 
ten tups as OD' ■ 

*•411 . . . ^*s diidim a/s 

d>>n* la no t me 

• 'D grand 

new tbemiral ^ 

RiiMheynrs |UP 
harri 08 hands, 
armi they' ho I 

— I.rlter keep . ,j| 

J J R G K N 8 
LfjTlON bandy to 
•nioulh n' aoiths 
yr>ur band* Beea»ae r's liouid« 
Jerrens ouiefiiy s<ipplies tbs soft* 
eaiui. -siiioydgn* noiaturf that 
drv tliirsty akin Desda. Feels frand 
when you put ii on . . . sinks right 
u'n ywr skm. leatiB«‘ar) greaoi* 
B'aa St all Why am try it* Your 
huatranij. fr>r -eiir uiil ne'jre how 
oi'K-h torel.er y«.ur bands sr* look- 
IDS K'ep a lio'tle of Jersees 
Ii o»<«»s hliidy ift bots kiiehea a/uf, 
ba-0fi«orn - i.»e a(*»v »»ery 

• *r».r» A»k im Jrrttas^ 
pie* ISr. I7r. aod tLlk 

Bring The "Spieti Of Agring** rigi-.t to '!>» dina»» tai-te w,>h spirk ng 
JF,Llv-0 riea^efta. r>e**erfs made »,-h Jell-/) Jrlty P'wd»ra are rfc 
Bsiibis — bccauss <he fla-our is to f'eih md delteio'js Ymi sea. *hs 
- /vl_. fliio'ir la forked r.f'i* la ea'n liny par*.'!* unij 

^ *“3 vo'j re>»ae it by adliD* hot water to ths JelW). 

pe^en ei<-i»iag *'Wked-rri flatro.ra you gtoririuS 
' isr*eiy. Aod. did yog know — J s U^ «oau gitly 1# 

VJ • aertme! Tiy . . . 

— mANANA rOAM 

,« '■« sarr w mate*) 

1 saevate J*1l-0 1 ksnana 

_ ar.> flsv'/uri f tea«p<M-r)S aa*gar 

* ' ' ) <u» kst water I ess w.-..t«. er,rr v kea'sw 

. . . ^ 1 evp m«4 water wUB daso ml aa!i 

utOM.vs Jel,«0 In hat water. ASS eoiS water Turn lota aOerbe- f.asass. | 
Cniil finn. Juat hafar* asmng. erusn haoaes to wuia aaa siivar ' 
nrk. add sugar. Said Into agg whita. and baat waU, Tas aaI,-0 w)* 
banana auatuiw. Sarvas c t 

"IfaMiMyr — fi’s Am Wkiim As SwawP* • , • Thai yetiSC Bm* Il 

nfbt — bw notbsra sbee's are si;arklis| white and 

lb* gerrat. of rovm. w Bide. Just a awisb or two of 

Blot ui the ftaal riMog doas the (ivk. for il'a Bhja 

that preveats ekvtbes tumme ysllow. Tire's so pure 

whit* without blu* IS It. if raa tenemher that ire>rB / ^ 

mv whor/kdavs ran't yo»j*) And. »)»en you think J 

tha* Biua "W*s piat a f»w ren’s a nosth. its see. I -'Jrt 

tsillY worth ^*-l•n• >•' F«f Blue « aaf* as tafs (/ F.JAj 

rsh ha foe j-ngr fsKrirn . . . asd ti h*epa them WTf 


For Jl'innipef fifitor 

Mrs, Norma MrPonhW cniertalnecl at a small dinner la.st evening 
at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel In honor of Mr. J. H. Patterson. ■ visitor 
from Winnipeg. 


The **He#e)'* Fmni Omi Of Our 
i/nme tlie rlat ih' kd^-hen S'ova 
bfok' down High' then and the*t 
I fe«k«l«ed )o get a Ol’RNE^ I 
FV. a f»'j*ner Rante is trtihr *ha 
••iMt word ' in emrienl perfor. 
manre It’s a ' • erttin-wire'' th<nc 
that fhev harf US wnmrn IB fii.BO 
«t,»n »h»V df'gned *he«e wonrler. 
fill etmes For one thing— ths 
•l»eoal!v de«ignefi ■■E'TB-Hetl'' 
oven krep* Ihe Irmperatur* ej. 
• 'Iv r>gli' <iuroma)>r/i()w->ma Iba 
•ides, the top, OB tbr Irotlom 
aod eves in ths comers! But 
youll want lo are all nf Ih* 
famous Gurtiev fratured. Aak your 
dealer lo ahow ytiU the new 
fiurtiey raog>« . ail of tbsm 
' kill >ieB-te«'»-T' for perfect per- 
forioen- e -all l•esl|l|flllly drsin* 
eil with ytfu m mioil t 


HoUHaying Here 

Dr. and Mrs Melvin Aspray of Spokane Wash 
Mrs, Kenneth McDermlrl of Calgary- are among visi 
here. Both couple* are guest* at the Oak Bay Bead 


FINE RKLKfTION OF 

SILVER-PLATED 

HOLLOWWARE 


IsoenUo Ottana 

Mr*. C. W. Cleworth. King (icurge Terrace left yesterday for 
Ottawa where *he will Join her husband. 

^ ^ ^ 

Mr* Olga Day. who 1* leaving in April for a vl»U to FIngland, was 
the gue*i of honor at a St. Pairirk * parly at the Y.W C.A. recently 
given by the Chatelaine Club. Mr*. Day was presenml with a 
Mge of spring flowers, a dogwood pin and a pair of 
fhe members. Among the gucats were Mrs. Kay .Session*, Mrs. \ella 
(k)key Mr*. Charlotte (UUles. Mr*. Ellen Allan. Mr*. Ruth Butler, 
Mri. Margaret C^ Mr*. Dorothy l>avis. Mr*. l>°ro^rvCosta. 
M« ShTrfey Hughes. Mrs. Ruth Parker. Mr*. Elva Mr» 

Bernice Taylor. Mrs. Nancy Wadsworth, Mt^ Elsa J]”- 

Bonnie Jarv^i*. Mr*. Yvonne Goddingrr. Mr*. Gertrude J^j^kcr. Mr*. 
J?.n JohJI!^ fir*, r.lady* D-lby and Mr*. Margaret Hotrhkl«. 


3-PIECE TEA SETS 


WRIST WATCHES 


4-PIECE TEA SETS 

Reg $42.IkO to $96. 


FOR I.AmF>i A.ND MEN 
A selection of 1?> and 17-Jrwp| Wn*t 
Walrhe.a. Reg, $24 to 


A VKI.Ft TION OF 
LADIFX 

WEDDING 

RINGS 

Peg $T'vO to SJrt 
Safe 


ENTREE DISHES 


Reg $15 to $35.. 

20'* Tray. Reg $22,50 

2« • Tray. Reg, $42.50 

Rose Bowl*. Reg. $10 to $16 

Dessert Sets. Reg. $8 to $12 50 

('ocklail Shakers. Reg. $15 to $17. 

Gravy Boats. Reg. $16. 

Butter Dished. Reg. $5.50 


COMB, BRUSH and MIRROR 
SETS 


iJkDIEN' HK.MI-FRE( lOl'R 

STONE RINGS 

Birthstone Ring* from 4.80 

MEN'S 

SIGNET RINGS 

Many Denlgn* 


.T*<l)nf.| g HMsrrisns si* f<K>d f»r 
yuu m 'he miiro>na sbd 

|u«; ts iiuiHirUb' •( li<l(><nx Mtu 
I’stt the dsy riabt >■ » ' iVsk*- 

ut. " i,f*skf«*t id ■< ki:am of 

W HFAT". M-mmm! Drlt'imj* & 
Mihiit* "Cresrn of Wb/s'" «ts 
m*<l* lo onisr fur rs-h-oinrsiOK 

ip(>#M'S It rvM7ka IB JUBt & 
niiD>;'»* nf boiIioK m xlw-te. 
lenii'tini BmonthB'is. And i* • so 
II for v«.i4 For S Min'ite 
rf lMi*n *!'/• you Duo. 
Fil-nm sflfl F'v— * for di/'* 
d'fi'.'n* in •h'*' rl'rr.'B’* snT 
all for ’htn P * t"'-*!' 

t -'(dr 1 Ffti t pp»d w.'H 
br'.vn S'Bsr ra.«>n* and rr«am! 


EA8TF.R TEA 

Belmont Avenue Ignited Church 
W.A. Will hold an Easter tea 
and sale of home cooking Itnd 
fancy work on April 2 front 
a.30 to 5 p.m. In the church 
hall. 


piece. F 
10 $58 75. 


ENGM.8H BONE CHINA 

CUPS AND SAUCERS 

Reg. $1.60 to $9 00 


New Cream Deodorant Proved 


Trayi of Modem 
and r'onneryatlve Oeolgit 


EARRINGS and 
GLAMOUR PINS 


UTiltnev'* will give one $100 Lady * Dlamrtnd Ring 
to a Friday or .Saturday customer Number of 
-sales Blip to be selerted .^turd*y at 5J0 p m and 
bmadra*! at 6 p m. over CJVL 


Safely Stops Perspiration 1 to 3 Days 

• Doctor* now fiisd chst new 
creany Arrid is 5596 more cffcc- 
tiv4 Boy ocher leadiog 
o4or*nt ia keepiag uisdcrarm* 

4rr. They 6od that no ocher de- 
odorant coapere* whh Arrid ia 
Mopping pctvpiratioa aod odor, 
lhat't why nor* Caaadiaas um 
Arrid every day than aay ocher 
sleodoraac. Don’t be bdf-eafel 
Only new Arrid fiTM yon chi* 


exclusive S-way proteaioa: 

I . Selety step* perspirsiion 1 co 
3 day* . . . b 53% more effcaive. 

3. Saves yewr cteihe* from 
Msias aod clinging odor. 

9. Oeoderite* InsreitHy oo coo- 
tact . . . keep* you abowcr-bacb 
fresh up (o 48 hour*. 

4. Creesnyl CootaiaS- Crtafflo* 
geo •won’t dry out. 

I. AnBseptk. Safe for skin. 


Cimitpb 

DIAMONDS AND WATCHES 

Yatea aad Bro«d, VVtorla 






\ 



Cattle Ban Talks Planned 


Itt BaUg (Tolmrtri. vw«wl«.IC 

rhmn4*r. M«rcli 27, IfSl 


On the I^hor Front 


Duncan /. W.A. Local Third Lai 


K.r>: ca“.r jmHprs * gamv 


lo p1ar« an nmhare*' 

Rrituh Onlumbia might fight 
any »urh Mr 

)!n aaid pjrsnnt 
rm^a^umt am hasnri nn a 
haais 

Mlnwihr David 

who mfX with COMMIMHT TACT 
{ n IIIA 1 I I Two of ihn northern provlnrea Mr FViwman earlier this week. A .Vtyear Ufat> of friendship 

^ of Chile In former veara pro- haa returned to Edmonton. An and alliance ea.a aigned between 
Maliitlm Scoli, 13. of 30 Cam- dured 95 per rent of the world’s announnement from ihe Alhena Ruatu and the new Chine&o 
hridfie. ja prizewinner In an e*.sa> supply of nltratea. I capital aald that provlm*e might Republic In 1950. 

ronteai on roaetinna to a lour of • — - 

the plant of VU'ioria Press Ltd.. • * 

and The Daily Colonist. 

Malrolm won a bor<k. “Cache _ 


department repreaen'athea will 
meet Agiirutture Mlniater Harry 
Rfiwman iMay. It was announced 
yesterday. 

They w ill dlscuaa problems 


to the I.W A.C.I.O. de- minisiei* of labor, made \a« am by 

partmem. the death of James Thomaon. 

There la a man killed more Those hemg considered are 
oft^n ihan once a week m w-estem from Virtorla. The appointment, 
lagging, atailstlcs showed. however, is not expected for some 

In Briush Columhuu fwal acd- " 
dents are recetving conaiderable 

aiiention fmm Safety Otrector WfoctAn Kgkdkwtu 
John T. Atkinson. Oliloodl leUUnlo 

Local iinlona have celled for . 

assistance In the preaeniation of L a opes l|/s t a ■ At« 
evidence at Inquests, and the I II Itl T? v 1 

n=-cstarv tetwn to prevent re- , 


Uie 10 oonlinue The report aaid 
of that ffi^OOO housing units were 
the completed In Canada during 
ac> 1951. a slight drop from the pre 
'.A. vloua year. 

The' drop was attnbtiied to a 
shortage of mortgage funds and 
an n^p^ired land and larger down 
payments required. Also given 
as cause* for Ihe slower hullfttng 
the icnnstrucHon mats esii- 

mated t« have been 15 per rent 
higher la.st year than In. 1950 


laroid K. . avhcn* sunt 


larger than the Duncan organi- increase in labor loata. Atkinson report*, 

ration, two urban locals on ihe - * * * 

lower mainland, ihe report said. A report on exact requirementa 

During the past year the Irtcal l*V financing a home Is expected I’nnffirial reports Indicate the 
also liad a reduction of the »ci i- lo he given soon to Vlrtorta and government ha* narrowed lo two. 
dent frequency rate, the report District Trades and Lahor Coun- .the number of person.* being con- 
•dded cll iA.K.LtL.C.i. The subject sidereth for the post of deputy 

Annual reprirt nf the Central ducuased recently by the 

Mortgage and Housing Corpora- council. .RANT A RAR8ARA. Calif., 

Uon at Ottawa holds lUtle good * * * March 25 iCRi. Four I'ouilns 

nesva for the Carpenters* Cnion The average woodworker who living in Toronto are named In 
(A F-L. T L.C.I and ronirartors. works 4.5 year* at hU Jnh may ex the will of Mr*. Ina Therese 
The report predicts that the pen to he injured aeriouslv three rampbeU. disposing of a $2,000,- 
drop In house building i* likely times fluting hla life, according OOfi eaiate. 


• if his Glenlyon Boys' arbool 
mates. 

'file book was presented by 
C>ril Wlghiman. 

The youth said his impressions 
of the huge mechanical depart- 
ment of the newspnjjer formed 
the highlight nf hii visit. 


^7 7 ^/s A/eofp 7 cAa^e 

gPEUFECT 

Prv sucES 

, of better- 
/ tost/ng 

k / L'ne&se/ 


CROWN BRAND / 

i CORN SYRUP 


Pacific Milk sivcf 
coffee a rich, 
creamy flavor. ^ 


Buy B.C. Products 


WHERE CAN YOU GET THEM 
^ CHEAPER! < 


< hlldren's Pic- 
ture Htor> Books 
.'Ue 9x11 .30 

pages 


Brief (axe* Size 12x15, 
Two side ripper openers. 
Regular Price was $3.95. 
Now 


“Darn Eaav" — 
Mechanical dam 
er and mender 


Ronve Blanket 
Safety rtna— 
Giant size. 


paming Mot»l— 
Assorted colors. 
Price 


t omhft — “Duch- 
ess Brand." 9 
Inche.* 


Bee* Wax — Cel 

Inphane w rapped 
on card. Price 


Afwaryi raoc/y for 

QUICK SNACKS! 

SANDWICHESI 
CHEESE TRAYS! 


VACn M 
BOTTLER 
Slightly shop marked 
otherwise perfect 
Price 


FLASHLIGHTS 
Complete with 2-reIl 
bafienes. Nickel- 
n 1 * t e d Length 5’x 

inrhej Shoot* a light 
.300 feet. Price 


TOWELS 

Not face cloths. Size 
I5’’x.30'. S for 


CARVING SET 
Knife and fork of 
high grade sieel end 
sen st^. edge knife 
t'omplete In box Thev 
was $3 9fi . . . They Is 


KNGI.I.'^II n KK. 

I.SII TOWEI-S 

Closely lutifHi. hlghlv 
sbwulH'fU Turkish 
luwel*. .Siz«- 22x15 
Reg. prii e SI T3 


BARGAINS FOR BOYS 


BARGAINS FOR LADIES 


BOV.S* KNEE PANTS 

(Vldment.* of all-wrwil twi>o<|* 
and rianneli. .Sl/e* 12 1 1 nnly ^a 
Reg S2 9S ^ 


WOMEN S SCARVES 

Fine Ifn ey SheilantI wikiI Si-arf 
I'le* «almc>n pink, grev or 
bine Regular $1 95 Prlc^ 


TOR.ACCO 
III MIDOKS 

OrnamenieO h f o u * e 
container*, ('aparity ; 
nor pound Thev was 
$2 96 . Ihey la 


WOMEN'S BED 4A( hETS 
f*4<lde<l *ilk larkei* with Peier 
P-in collar and \ length sleeve ^ 
D*«niv pink ground w itb l•o^lre*' j 
mg floral dexigr* Medium stzea. B 
Regvilsr 13.95 Prue 


BOVS* LONG P.\NTS 

Maoprl* Owei-I* aod ,r ^ 

Cheviot Serge* Rroken lire* and ^ 
*ire« 12 and It onh. V.vliie* ^ 
to .55 9.5 A 


TABLECLOTHS 

4 nnlv Heavv Quality 
ravon and Voiton 
doth.*. Size 52 X 55 
White ground with 
Chinese motif In fore- 
ground. Reg S4 19. 


mns’ p.ANTs 

In fine lextuie* of blue, brown or 
fawn. Zipper fronts and sporty 
slvle.*. The *jzrs are S lo J5. 
lieve it or no* the price 1* 


WOMEN’S SM(K KS 
Fine n*>alit> broadrlolh smoek* 
Grev or green Fitted style with 
long s'eeve* and two pocket* 
.tslze* 12 to 15 Regular price $3 '*5 
Price 


Hello, hello w that you Ltl* 
I'm glad you heard me ring. 
Thev re slandering my poor 
hubby 

The poor *te*r darling thing 

V5’hy pick on our poor 

Al'lermen* 

They're lu*» lU-e other f«»lk. 
Whal if ltie> buy them 
cigaielles. 

It all gor* up m «mnke. 

Why puk on our poor 

Aldermen' 

About a hit of r and) ? 

TOO bucks for chorrrlateg, 
gee 

I thmk it'a fine and dandy. 

Why ptrk on, Pur poor 

AldermeriT 

Thev •' e got to make Ih# 

law* 

Why not buy them chewing 
gum 

To exerriae their Jaw* 


BIG BOVS* GREV FLANNEL PANTS 
For bovs about 15 to 19 sod get Q C 
thi* The regular value* were 
around $5 9'i 


WOMKN*S WOOL GUIVES 

All wool glove* nr miK* with 0 ^ a 
ivilniful Jacquard designs on | 

bark All «h.ide« and si/es 
Regular price $1 49. Price ^ 


BOVS* \THI.ETK \ KSTS 
M'»t)dle'.« and Turnlmll brund* , 

Swen 12 lo 14. They are slighMy 

aolle.1 httl ]<ir)k at the pri«*e ' 


LADIF.S' BKI SHED RAVON 
ilOrSI-X'OATS 

Rrtval tdue r«>lor. .Size 14 only 
Rc”ular prite $H95 


HELLO. MR. 
G.XRAGE M AN 

Do voii want a h.itc<iin 
in Fender and .Seat 
t ’over*'’ 3*t snuare feet 
of strong bjvie dtick 
with finished’ 'edge* 
for onlv 


With 
farb 
I'urrbaae 
Free Hume 
a Re bu lU 


BOVS* W HITE SI MMER SHIRTS 

lueboy*’ brand. K-xerlleiu qua’ ^ m 
. .\teelv ladoierl and Cello- ^ 
aiie wrapped. Sizes 12 lo 14 "j I 


SKI MflTS 

All leather or with waterproof 
rirtll*h*ck and niffs Regular 
price *2 to Price 


1 Would like a 

Demonstration of 
ElertmhiX. 

Name 
Addresa - 
Cltv 


Phone No._. 

STATE VACUUM STORES 

or CANADA LTD. 

$M PORT 8 T, 5 TCTOR 1 A. B.C- 


BOYS’ FLEECF;.LINEI) 

I VDER.SHIKTS 
.^ize 30 only. They wai $1 25 
. . . Thev I* 


GIRI/i’ SI MMER COTTON 
DRFXSES 


In pink, yellow, blue or 
g-een shade* wtth floral 
or check p a 1 1 e r n I. 
Broken alzea. 5 lo 13. 
Thev waa $2 19 . . . 
Tltevia. - — 


BOVS’ CAPS 

Clearance of helmeta and 
Faton cap*. Flightly aolled 
Reg 9 V _ 


W*hy pick on our poor 
Aldermen' 

The pav per month la fifty 

With rwenrt' flv# allow^ 
for efcr 

I've got to he real thrifty. 

^)h. y#*f l4J. we gel free 
phone, 

Fiee thow* and Rail*, thafa 
fine. 

Of courae we get - what a 
that you aay. 

There'* someone on the 
line* 


MEN'S GENITVE 
NAVY 

OVER( OATS 


Phone or Mall Coupon for Free Home Trial 


I.rm.E GIRIS* SI N DRKSSr,S 


In ttt'ong tilue melton. 
Thev are amall tizex, 
a little alteration and 
they- would tnake ex- 
celleni boys', girls* or 
ladies' coat,*. Tlie ma- 
terial la worth what 
we are asking for the 
coats. Valuea $4.5 00. 


BOVS’ T-SHIRTS 

Variety of shade*, stripe* *nd 
paiierna. All •t/r«. Valiies-to 
11 59 


('andv stripe 1 and 2 only 
Reg $I »9 


ON SALK .AT 01 K M)VKKNMENT STKFJCT BRANCH 


The WAREHOUSE 


$ 4 'Hour rhofHi 
Rervice 

.Special Service lo 
Oat-nf Town ^ 
Cavtomer* 


mo CtOVERNMENT STREET 
Bl VERS AND SEIJ.ERA OF BANKBCPT STOCKS 


^ a4*UDm StorfB of CBnsdB I^td. 

none sold to TRADE 









o Plead Not Guilty 


Victoru, •X.. ntri.. M.r<h 27. 1952 1% 


Ballg CHolonlat 


KarliPf C«%nst. Hollott naid th^t i.'uns(. admiiipd ht 

whfn he sloping accused s cm . h*rt ordered Beermh to set out 
awrol. rniellM ,tmnsly ol 
liquor and his *ip»*ef}i was slurnvj 

He admilte<l to Mauistrate H. ^ 

C. Hall at this point, that H Bi'e The triaJ will rontmue April 4. 

croft had tried to drive on he Beverley L. Baldwin, No. ' 5, 

would Ivawa-atnpped him. Virtoria Auto ('ourf. was fined 

ri.K.^K TO M Atil'*TK.^TK 9ld f<i| i-areles-s driving A rep«irt 

Mr. PriMidfoot l•n^lendpd that vvllllie made to the motor vehuiea 
this put the ac» uveil technically hrsnch 

under arrest Kreilcnck V. Dyck. Gordon 

•it seems clear he was under Mead Army Camp, was fined $2.5 
arrest at the nme.** Magistrate for driving a car without a cur* 
Hall ruled. rent driver's license. 


CNITED NATIONS. N.Y. <AP) 
March 26. .Some officials high in 
the United Natlorw hierarchy are 
worried that the Soviet Union is 
using the UN. as a training 
jfTound -to teach fledging diplo- 
mats English and the waya of the 
western world. 

These officials point out the 
average work span of the ordin- 
ary RussTbtj on the aecreiarlal 
aiaff la about two years. Thert 


IT TOOAy / 


sweeter, fresher margarine 


Toll Reported 
For Accidents 
In Liimberin" 


Twelve faialltlea and 1,352 
Inluries for the B.f. lumber 
Industty in the first two months 
of iwi have been reported hy 
the Workmens Compensation 
Board. 

lagging ws.s responsible for 
nine of the deaths and 329 of 
the injuries. Accidents in mills 
arcminied for three deaths and 
328 injuries. 

Slipping and falling were the 
main causes of accidents in both 
hranrhes of the industry. Axe 
and saw cuts were listM next. 


U.k. Officials 
Threatened 


U)NIV)N, March 26 iReutersi. 
— Police guarded the Ixindon 
homes nf a frtrmer diplomat and 
a leading medical expert Tuesday 
night after they received tele- 
phone threats that they would be 
murdered. Sir Reginald Hnare. 
British minister in Iran from 19.31 
to 193-1 and now a banker, and Sir 
John Charles, chief medical offi- 
cer to the education and health 
ministries and the Home Office, 
were told they would be killed un- 
less they left Britain within 24 
hours. 


Now you can get Good Luck Margarine ready colored 
a sunny golden yellow — so rich and appetizing you’ll 
like it better than ever! 

No more bothersome mixing for you! All you do k 
open the foil-wrapped package and serve! 

Of course, this new golden Good Luck still has the 
same sweeter, fresher flavour Good Luck U famous for— 
that special flavour only daily sweet-churning can give! 

Be sure to get a package of the new golden Good Luck 
today! It’s at your grocer’s now! 


Arliiler Named 
In (aly Di.spule 

ronctllalinn 


Officer William 
Mcljiughlln hs* been appointed 
in a dispute between the Paint- 
ers' Union I A K.U.'T.I^.C. t and 
Victoria Builder*' Exchange Ltd,. 
U was announred yesienlay. 

Tile union seeks a 55<ent-an 
hour wage Increase, placing 
rates at $2.22 an hour for spray 
painters and $2.12 for brush 
workers. 


A /0 more 

MESSy MIXING 


rof9iS#<9 

ia 

%'anrouror 


^ Enjoy ^ 
your 

rfait moro 


Be <1 guesC 
at tha 


glorious scenery to enchant 
your eye — superb food to 
4elight your Uste— friendly 
■ervice to make things pleas- 
ant Whether you "dine In the 
•ky” or prefer to cook In your 
own self-contained suite, 
you'll enjoy Ufa at the SyWIa. 

•ruts iiM •ansM. o%*«M* 
MMae •«rrl«* la pavrlSa*. mS 
t*«a* w »»*%aa*aa. 


GET GOLDEN GOOD LUCK AT YOUR STORE TODAY 


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TWO SI2« 

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20 l•lIn CalonTflt. VidwM. t.C' 
TliurtA*)', March 27. 1tS2 


Premier 




arch 26 ^CP' menl a bud«#t whJrh i*xea b«r ba^ rmnartl mining c 
later Nt'hola* one penny more a pint, *d<l» will »•** mrrea«e<l by 
.nnounced tax sixpence a pound duty on tohacm on e%-ery pound of ta 
tobhcco. tele and Inoreav** telephone reniala f^me The rate of ta 
mouea and from 72 >ihlllJn8s t" £•» dtam»nd mine* wj go 

fjvertome a There will be a new Huty_of ejclu in nine «hnhng« 
in .South Af twopence a p«umd nn aM »weM»ta bf taiahle inn.me 
gel. and chocolates made >n the eoun The ‘i tieap nu»ne> 

ird 10 parlia- irv and the custom* duiv on all ended Haven** said B 
motion picture film« w.ll be the higher ro»r of h 
raised b' fountenre a foot govemmeni mtete«i i 

In addiijon »he normal tax on hem* raised 
jtl industrial, commercial and half per cent. The Res# 


Move Tarrier 

L' R E .M A N T L R. West 
^ Auatralla. March 26 
• Reuters I. SI* fighter 
planea hame»%?d at each end 
nf the flight deck were uaed 
to move the Au.stralian air 
craft .samrr Sydney away 
from a wharf here when a 
*inhe deprived her of tugs. 
The fighter pilots gunned the 
engines of ih«ir moored 
planes. The carrier slowly 
moved out into the i>«y. 


Bookkeeper 
(Confesses 1 


Tueadav 


) I ■lailblA^ Police aiinounied 

III T I lltlilH night that Paul Baer. 25, a book 
• keeper, ha* algned a mnfeaaiori- 

^ ^'1 admitting he took part In the 

1 O \ JilSSlIV IthT-fT «f more than $l70.0nn in 

• caah from a Reading widow laai 
mm W\ _ I ‘week end The aiatement said 

|Wl O ri ^ o I |4>a| I h found Monday m a box 

iTl.illl 3 1/^ Cl.1.11 behind the aiore where Baer 

worked wa* exactly half of the 
VANCOfVER March 26 iCP* total taken frrvn the home of Mrs. 
A coroner*! Jury today refused Helen M. Bidden. Police are 
to claaaify the death of a 70-year- aearchlng for ao-accomplice who 
old man In any of the uaual cate- Baer said. g«>l ihe rem.tlnder of 
gories aaidental, suicidal, homi- the momn 
cidal or misadventure. 

Despite ixiinlet! direciion three NATl'K.AI. HK.VTIN'lt 
times by coroner J. D Whitbread, v^atei ptjied from volcanic 

the SIX male J urors te rmed the spring'* supplies heating for 
death of Mlcnael Thumaa Ma- 
loney only an "unnatural death-" 

Maloney, an old age penaioner 
suffered second and mtrd-degree 
bums to .V) per cent of me front 
of his body March l.> In The 
Heather Street annex of Vancou- 
ver General Hoapiial. 

He died March 22 apparently of 
pneumonia brought on bv hl« 
hmns 

Oriletliev ’fvMlied at the m- 
nucst that Maloney went to a 
washroom and there appareni'y* 
set fire some papers from a 
, wa.s'e receptacle which ignited 
I his hospital Issue clothiriK 
I The Jury refused a lypewniien 
form of verdict normally used for 
. ibeir asxuiance and insisted ic 
■ writing out their verdict In their 
own way 

After the verdict, which vaid 
M.iloney •died from oomplica 


•leaen. Krem h security for> •• 
al.vo seued several key members 


of the NalionalUt NeoDestour 
party: These included the party 
p ^ leader. Habib Bourgiha. 

Moslem* in Tunis promptly 


Op«n • pMVOO* f»v* Gutty T*o Som — •■Wev'S 

irogToncs-m* 0l«o«O'W TRL’»HNt4S— >•* diOrrart t». 

rauM a i Moled so •nrnt'T poiVOO* ’*«OUt ot ev^$Tl*04l. 

rwt Oorry T«a i« pockett «' r^n ir<pt* Iqi>~Tty 

ii_loi (Xio of i*<j Tuu e<r«< caM«d‘ 


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ON DISPLAY 

The All New 

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Broadcasters 
Re-Klcft Neill 

TORONTO. Mar<h 26 ii'P‘ 

D. Malcolm of < ‘yNB. Fredericton, 
todav was re-ele<ied chairman of 
the hoard of directors of the ('ana- 
dlan Asv(k i.aiUm of Broadcasters. 

AKo ri*-<docted during the third 
lesstnn nr the aaiux'iatiOQ's 27th 
annual convention, was vice-chair- 
man K. H. tTIny) Elphlcke. 
I’KWX. Vancouver.* 
nirertors for the coming y^ar 
arc. K. Finlay MacDonald, t'-lt'H. 
Halifax. Henri 1.4‘page. t’HRC. 
Qucbc. . Dr Charles Houde. 
CHM'. New ( arlisle. Que . Ralph 
Snelgrme CKBR Barrie Ont . 

Ken 5oble C'HML. Hamilton. J. 
Arthur Dupont. CJAD, Montreal 
H G Love (TCN Ctlgar. : W 
A Speci* CKRC. Winnipeg and 

E. A Rawltnson, CKRI. Prince 
Albert, .sask. 


Tl If-RMOCF-Nfl It rr*dy to um ini 
MMiCAicd Wool •ra-tdiftf fcncTktc* *o 
to aid TOfe lhf04t. rKcvl coH b#onthi 
l«imba|o MiAlir# •ml mnor rhru 

7HF.RN‘1‘'K,I M M nMW..mibi! 

/-* ,/T Tiff, g \tnCF. ^ f g«‘ # . ■ 

*" Vu" i’f I'oft 

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rl<wSw>e 


Yes, we’re « poidfve you n iiVe [>•« 
wilh Ifa wtmderh/l Coodition*og Achon— so sure you 
oH the ftme, ooce you ve tned •»— fho» we glodly oH*r ) 
first bonle of Drene Shompoo obsolutely free/ 


rt SAN. Ki^rea March 26 «AP' 
President Syngman Rhce, on 
hts 77ih birthday *ald today: "l 
would like to retire to m.ike wav 
for ynunc and able men 
Rut he didn't *ay he would not 
si*ek re election In .tune Korean 
polltnal observers Interpreted hi-- 
remarks as an Invitation !■» his 
followers to urge his tamlulacj. 


* The Smith kids love ^ 

' a pillow fight 
Before they settle down 
at night. 

And then they sink to 
sleep serene < 
After their cup of 


IfivAed Onfy o»v* te o fomffy- Yos^ corton ond letter rmrsi be 
mo4*d by A*»gutt 30, )952. All le«er» become fhe property of 
froct^ A GowWe Compony of Conodo, Ltd. 


hair to its loreliast nstoral xbeen. eDflne*, 
nuniifMbility. Sparkling Diwe i* «of t map 
or rrtiam ihatnpoo — nevur hjdea th# beauty 
of your hair urid« a dulling filmi 

Got your nnediuna mar bottle of Drme trw 
dar and he eure to nave the carton to mail 
in for rour refund . Remember, only a liquid 
■hampoo Uke Drene can leare your hair an 
gineeT, ao anft yet an manageable. And 
Drene « the nniy ahampon wuh fb» roodi- 
tionmf Action , . , for ofl typea 'Tf hair! 


Hara't your opportunity to dieorrrtr. alw 
fxilutely fleet, bow lovely ymir hair can look 
when it'a boauty -conditioned by Drene! 
NNYien voo are how tnfl and ahinr yoiir very 
firet Drene ahampoo leave* your hair — when 
you aee bow eaav it ia to manage— you’ll 
decide to oar Drene always! 

You ta«T Drona billows op matanUr mto 
frafrsnu full- bodied lather that does far more 
than "ju.et waah” votir barf. It actually ana- 
diTaonj as it cleanM . • . conditions your 


Ovoltine beveroge prepared with 
milk offer! plut volvret in estential 
food element!. H»gh quality proteins, 
calcium and phoiphorui to help mointoin nor- 
mal bone! and teeth; corbohydrate! for energy; 
avoilable iron to help mointoin good red blood; 
ond The eisentiol viiommi A, l|, C, D, Sibof^ovin 
(k}) ond Niectn, alt lo necetsory for good KeoHh. 


Ovalline h mode from noKrrol 
food!— molt, milk, eggt— oug- 
mrnted ond itandardlmd w.th od- 
ded vitomins ond miner oU. Plain or chocolate 
favoured, mixed with milk, if mokei o deli- 
ciout food beveroge, ond ot bedtime helpi 
children get lOund, reitful deep. Stort 
aiviruj yoi»r children Ovoltine todoyl 


for all types of hair! 





^tirck Otu>tcdwm 


Vkl»rU. ».C^ n«rt.. M«rch 27. 1»2 21 


Bally (ColonUt 


Paper Stocks 
Weak Section 
Of Markets 

MONTREAL. MatcH 26 .(CP>. 
Stock price* receded steadily 
over a wide front today. 
Papers turned lower from a 


Closing Averages 

Dow Jonen avenMte*: 

U Industrial* ....‘il3A7, off .41 

30 rail* aO.lA. up .10 

IS uUlllle* 4fJW.off.Sl 

«a *lork* WJl.udf.il 

.Sale*^ 1.030,000 share*. 


ancouver Trading 


He said sovernmenis wcHild 
not be able to -pejj 4he-itii>'e 
indefinitely at a level entirely 
01 ^ of line with -The volne' tlw 
public attaches to It. 

Canadian Rold share* ha\e 
been showtiiR smniRer lenden* 
no* with* mvestor* here holding 
similar belief'*. 


Bv II.\KKYVOI NO niilkaio. The Bnrnh Columbia 

r- I* • i o V ^ share of thl* wa.s $ll.7HS.00i). Riv 

C.olomat Buaine*i Editor province third pla.>e to 

Interesting events may accrue from the decision of Ontario with $57.837.ooo and Que 
Frobisher Ltd. to ask its shareholders to approve at a special bee with $w.42l.00U. ATberta 

the increase of the company's came fourth with $9 


Caa«m« 


«« 

MW OtMit UAMSt M 
Oekwaft 

MW Han il M 

HiaBisaS B«Ua 
}»W tantan >• 

lottr c a o— 

Mt ttUr>a Mmn'aia W 
IMS Kau M'« U*iaU M 
K'M>"naT Balia 
VW Mar<*Bu 111 

nw U'<tnlr>»a« C* *• 

Ca'lUr Mrirl 


,>iw CfoAi* aaotna 


kW Atnaiiaaia'ail 
I'M* AnaraoSa Oil 
2M Anai«-canadiaa 
S^IAf C«B 

BrllUtt UbriMUm 
* i>« Hritalia etl* 
r*t C«r» ' 
saw raifnent 

Caivan Coea 
3M l‘«a AtlaifU 
>A« onirai lariua 
SW ruartar Oil 

Cumoiuiiaaal'h 


general meeting April 5, 
authorized capital from 5,000,00© to 6,000,000 shares, 
Sound aourcea of information i 
suggest that the increase may total of $160,603,783. w 
mark the miro- record lor the compar 
duction pt>r rent above the 1950 

of Canada's^^^^^^ However. J. G. Scott. 


Toronto averace* 

IndUAtrtols S22 

(*old* 84 

m4>lal« ..^.181 
H>*lern OH* IM 
Sali v — •' <UC| ooa al 


losses I" n 


pSfiy Writ* -..i—i-iiiiaiiy iwV,\ i , 

reflating the general trend Mr 
throughout the food industry. budg 

Additional profit from greater convi 
sales and a slightly higher mar- wide 
gin of profit from certain com* gokL 
modltles had not been sufficient ^ 
to offset inrreased operating 
costs and higher U.S. and Cana- 
dian Income taxes. 

Net income was $1,294,523. 
equal to $1.32 per share', whereas 
the 19S0 net income was $1,916,- 
716 or $1.96 per share. 


.Momr*-*! average* 


tlM-aUk 

land rial HiA >■* 

son r«4ftaia<1 ev'* II I 
>.4« riplxiaua* 131 
Orliaral eat# 

•AH (irnarci Pat# *n 
Mon Marfal 041 IVi 

HiihaooS Barra* 

• rv ){«»•# Oil I* 

ITHM RgniUa 14 

lAW Lfinr t•lafl■l «• 

noo M<»ixia*ll Sacur 11 
mw Uarcuff II 

S*nn Mill ntv IS 

7»n Naimnai ea«* *1S 
3M rikaiia ]1S 

Panlu eaui 

3Tn* Rartaalar t.aaa* M‘i 

4' no Pnaatia 4* 

|>W e nat rtaadlAa M 

l''»aiita 
Mhara Oil 

nnaa a nraaaa-i e*ta IT 
inn* aMtnar oiu 41 

*un«r( Oll‘ 

MV4 Supannr Ol|« lit 
T'*a' Empira 
aisn Vanalta W 

3.'iv: Vara U«l 43 

|i>^i Oni'rrI Oil 1*4 

sun*' Van*## enaraM IIS 

Misra 


114 prrtvirr. Il«<'a*r M 

Privaiaar 

SM O-ialoa* Cup _M 
Rad MavV 
Rara*. MrOnaald 
Rat.a Oaia 
lUiarp Craak 

ITAA pilbak Pramlar M 

isw mu*M Coni I3S 

SUrar Rida# 

ISM fUltar Buatfard 3IS 

Snre lalai OaU' 

Tavinr BrlAi# 
-rTana>CMitl Ra* 

SSon Ultra 1 

4'.4> Vananite '* 

ISW Van R«i SO 

Walllatr'iA 

vm Wa.’ Raplnr tot 

ISnn Wax tiraniuBi 4M 

MM Yubana 1ST 

IVnl'«TBttl.* 

laial Ull'^ 

WMi *'*a r>i*tillrr> SM 

pnn Alia t>i 'III VT MO 

ISO M c ear erod S*< 
*r Talaplino# 

■ r rur( 

_ Can Va-' I'irri-.ar 
Capital e«tata« 

SM Coao nr«*»rla< 400 
Oorrtim a Ralvaa 
IntarWr BraaarH* 
Ma'Millan * 

*a«n PTMla . 

e C Taririnal* 

PariO. mtTa 
e»-aH Rl»a» 

Bidnar Rnoling 
Bin e<ihl4>h<p* 

Baai Papar A 
W*«t eaprr N 


the dowitum. Senior metals, 
uiimies. senior oil* and carriers 
showed a good list of minus 
signj*. Other groups had lesser 
dedinea. 

Aluminum dropped one print 
to l06. while Hudson Bay Mining 
lost an equal amount of 55's. 

Off fractions w-ere Dominion 
Tar. Consolidated Paper. Fraser, 
Shawtnigan. Bell. Seagram*. In- 
s’ Ickel. McColl- 


IriilufttriaJ* 307.7. off JO 

llllllie* 84 JO. off .40 

(jold* ...... 04JtS, uni-hgd 

Pulp*, paper* 737.09, off 5 J4 

Sale*— S40.900 ahare*. 


that FiubUher 
provide 

50-50 with 

erated Petroleum in the develop- 
ment 


Vancouver average*: 


A. E. AnioR & t3o, 


Gold* 48J3. 

Ila*e nwlal* 308.33, 

Oil* 496.98, 

Sale*— 176,168 *hare*. 


of that compatfy's huge 
oil and gas land holdings In the 
WUIIston Basin in .Saskatchewan 
and the United States - , 

Frobisher officials refused yes- 
terday to confirm or deny the 
st4jry that they were going Into 
the Willi-sion Basin, hut their 
president. Thayer Und>>ley. one 
of Canada's great mining fig- 
ures, .said that he prupused in- 
creases in Frobisher capital was 
neefled to finance, in the near 
future, project* In which the 
company is interested. 

'The Slock remaining in the 
treasury is inadequate for the 
purpose,'’ he said. 

Frobisher has outstanding 4.- 
6.38.956 of its 5.000.000 shares 
and of these Ventures Ltd. holds 
2.475.691. 

It I* significant that both Fed- 
erated and Frobisher shares 
have been extremely active in 
the past two weeks. Federal4^ 
has run up from $8.90 to $11.50 
and Frobisher from $4 70 to 
$6.60 


fmes/meru Securities 


temational 
Frontenac. Imnerial OH. Massey- 
Harris and CPR 

Mine* were lower from the 
opening. Ascoi. Labrador. Mont- 
afhan and Rix Athabaskan lost 
ground United I^ad countered 
with an active advan4*e. Western 
oils followed the general trend. 
Canada Southern Oils, New Bril* 
Ish Dominion and Western Home- 
stead were among losers. — - 

Half'HearlPil Hally 

TORONTO. March 26 (CPK— 
.Stock market prices closed 
sharply lower today as a weak 
mld-aftemoon rally failed to stop 
declining prices. 

Trading slackened to the slow- 
est pace In about three weeks. 
Selling pressure in alt sections 
was light. 

Paper*, food*. liquors, textiles 
and retail stores led Industrials 
lower with a broad list of frac- 
tional decline*. Steels, construc- 
tions, manufacturing companies 
and miscellaneous Issues also 


Royal Tnwl Buiidmit * 613 Ww 5trwl,^'^iona, B.C. 
Tala|»h«»«a: K4ITI 


.\ttive Stmks 
Market Guide 


( A« Claw 
7VV »l 
]4<l 3W 


TOROMTir 4*ONT*C*L WIMHIRta VANCOOVt* NSW TO** lONOOM. IN* 


The most active Industrial on 
Montreal exchange wa.s ('onsoH- 
dateil Mining and Smelting. It 
remained unchanged on a turn- 
over of over 4..’>00 shares, but the 
remaining nine mo.si active 
•stoi'ks on this list all decreased 
in value 

The general tendency at To- 
ronto and .New York was al*o 
lower, although there were Iso- 
lated hot spots in mines. 

TOaOSTO 

■■* ou« 

Vaitjna Hi(h to* ClAW cnania 

ICTM* r MkUr 114 |»l 11* . t 

•IIMI nriooa n 33 M - J 

4I1UI C-hart ll'Y IT't laS • I'a 

kWM ranu IM 111 iM - 1* 

I44M W A'htaT M H it — • 

47>ii rroAiut an sm ii* 

44M0 H Cratl n 1« II I f 

4A«n Kalor* l«l t* II 

t4*i* ivtnil >14 111 U 1 - 1 

3in« Or B»u« 44 M'l M • I 

IndaMrUU 


Ml«h !.«« ciu*« 


Amari'-kit Stand 
vw HaMi Maial- 
3»'i« Rratar I <x4(« i 

Mlhli TgKun 
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ORX -lalkt 
Ctnu-a Canh^ig 
|IM ( ariMiv (laid 

CMMll Lodt SDvtr 


BONDS 


STOCKS 


GRAIN 


Canadian Industrials 


IsaMiUtad 1111 

coMPtm oiKyrsTioNS xno stattsticai sikvkj 


MaCall Profit 4* 
Oe p(d (I 

M>rrai3 Mltil 3M 
M>:iua 0«i'-ii 'lid 
Ur-tn Contnri 
M O Papar 3J‘» 
Uiriinn « A 
Mi.eatrh Knit 14 
Mnntrral Ln«« I3‘< 
Moot# Curp tl*« 
Sal Bra* 14'* 
.Sal Orjg 4 

D» pfd It t 

*«’ Ot(w-4ra 14 
t4«> Hnairtv A I 
On n I 

Mat S* Pl»a A 33 


c*n Jap*r 33 
Cn»«r4 0*1 I3’« 

Cr.«nrt O.oai 34 
Carbr'4 A I's 

IM a 

CatniM linpri 34 * 

Craii Ri' 

D«*i* Ulu A 14 « 

Dm n 4'* 

Dmn Pnd * 8 I3'« 
. t>mii Rrtd«* 44'- 

0*iUr*-a«ria4 3l‘« 

Do pid rr« 

Dmn 

Da..i Ugiuat It a 
Dtbi> Si Ai Cl B 14 < 


Ab>’lM ram >4 
D# pfd »'• 

AU V>, 
Dn A U'- 

Do pfd 44 

Airiaa-Burp I * 
Al«nii>a Slat) 44 
Aluininium IM 

Os pfd 31 

An« Mltd D*r U'« 
*f«j* Can> 13'* 
D* pfd U 

AUia*i«A Carp 31** 
A.B Ud* A It 
On B n‘* 


James Richardson & Sons 


TcUpboac <far4«* llVt 


G*«crBiB4*i 41 Vi«sr 


Dmn Tr a CItm 
0* pId II 
Dmn 1atti:» II'* 
llmti Wuwliro* 1'. 
DuiikhiM Hr'*t II.. 
U*»ni.*<oi ■ ep t‘‘t 
O'idan P*prr 
td.lr e«oar A 34-, 
aia.<;i<- Buol 34-. 
l.r..<r.>IUI 14*1 

b'*iir(Kik pfil ll‘* 
Pamnut l‘li«r* II 
Pannr Parmar 33** 
Prdarsl nram 13'. 
r*ai Vlfff 141 
Prd Car.adl A M‘* 
Priiar Cp M 

tv> pfd n 

0«!tna4i> P*i >d 
IM 4", pid 44 
Qarl StI Wrt IV 
Do pfd *4 
OondlfAf Tui IV 
Do p(d 4I'| 

OM Lk» Capfr ITS 
On A pfd 
On Wit Cl A I4'» 
IM B 14 

nipim I. a A rt't 
Trt-Cinada C 4lt 
ItamlltoA IMgt I4-* 
KatrlltM CM 33 
Ratdmt CPV 1'* 
tiayr* Site) 1)'. 
Ilinda Daurlta 14‘* 
Il»«4r4 SmitB il'« 
Imp Ot) 31'* 
Imp Tovocv-a 14 • 
tM 4 . pttf 13 
1n<in*l Ar-apt 34 * 
{nt#r Brnfika 4 
Do pfd 14 

iB'-rr Matal* A »'• 
Inttr MUkti 41'* 
Infar PofMr 4»-» 
Iniar P»i« 33 ■. 
iBiar milltiM 31, 
K».«inalsr II*. 
LlbtUl II < 

1,04* at WoPdl 33' > 
l.oni II'* 

tAuro Barard 11', 
U>,lk« A SI', 
D> B 33*« 

Ldn H<Marr A 4 
UrMlIlan B 30 
hUCmon Cnrp II « 
Mopla Latt M 1** 
M«**ar Harrl* ll‘» 
Uatetll 


0«.|,|* PiOtr 34 

(Mtiorio Ht*al lj'« 

Oranga Cru*ti 314 
Pl«a IfaTtay «V 
Prrimao, M , 

Popall Ri«ar 34 
e»«fr Curp 34 . 
Prrtifd Matoll II . 
Prka Uro* 34 • 
Putllr Plogr g‘. 

H,r>rta auk A *i 
Do B 14 

Rut-all ln<iu« 31 < 

Bt IA« Carp 41 
Hhvngn rnm 43 

phao , Brv A 
Do R 34 I 

Btrk * Hr* com II 
Do VT 

*l*d IMttta* A 3< 
aimpanfi • A 34 

Do B 3d'« 

Siaiar r« 14 1 

Bauthom Cp 13 

Std Paving ll'i 

Dp pfd 31 

Siankf Brk A 4'* 
atadpion ll'i 

at-al af Cab 3iS 

Dp pfd 31 

*uparfa«t cam 14 
lomPlvn 33'* 

7vu paartso 1 


3114 fall HIrk 44'. 44 44 ** *, 

3V» Ball TrI IV. MS M** ** '* 

IMS APIUbI d4'« 14 14'« '. 

MOVTRtU 
tadPAlrUI* 

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3144 Abltlbl I4>. II |g — «« 

3*M no Paratt l>. fl'V — *« 

1444 *4 OtI 14', 34S 34‘. — '* 

14V3 C Pkpar 33‘. 11 13'. — »* 

IICrT Bail 3I*« 3»S 1i*» '« 

ilM Triad 311 3U »4 - I 

1414 BraMl 14'* IPS IPS — '* 

141* Inti Nkk 44 44 44 — *• 

1314 Imp Oil 31*. n 31-4 
Mlaat iod Oik 

341M romarla 34k 134 33* - 3k 

3IVH) C Cord IIP 111 13k 4 

Jllnp tMm AW 4M 434 4dS - >4 

14144 UoteauP 14 II tt . - I 

llTId (<n Lapd 14 34 IS + I * 

MIW YORK 

laa Mo*l AcIlT* dipaki 

Volume High CIOM ChOBg* 

341nl Armapr It*, !!'■ IIS '• 

1471)4 A*l Par !«’• Il'r" 144 Unrh 
IVion Can Par lk«« lk>. I»', 4 

13444 Nap Piet t 44 4>. - '« 

IMOQ Radio 31 3( « 444 Unfh 

14040 Chrt»lar 14», TV* 344 ■» 4 

4400 Phil Pat dV» V44 IS 4 

MAD Am Tob 14*. M'l M*. . 

I'Pin Am Rod 14 , 14 I4*S • '* 

4040 Oan Utr* dlS k1'« 134 - '• 


H104 1 *74 

Ball Tai 31 . 3V'. 

Ili'i* I(i)>t4)fl }l't 334 

B'<t. Card A Ift'i It 

B l> U 

Ham I Tran -Im-* 14'a 


rams Crou n Royal 


Anglo-('anadian. Cafgary and 
Kflmonton. Central Explorers. 
Dome. Explorations. (Jrldoll, 
Mode] on. North Canadian. Paci- 
fic Petroleum and Western Lease- 
holds closed lower. 

Base metal leaders slipped 
as East Sullivan. Falconhrtdge, 
Golden Manttnu. Interrlktlnnal 
Nickel. New Calumet and .Steep 
Rock traded lower. Ascot. Eu- 
reka. Hellens. Quebec Manitou 
and United Ashe.stos ea^ pen- 
nies. 

Lostten In Oih ^ 

VANCOUVER. March 26. ^ 
Leading oils were lower in a day 
of depres.sed trading, but there 
were a number 'of small gains 
among the cheaper oil stocks. 

Slightly higher were National. 
Del Rio, New Continental. Rundle. 
l»iif Island, Roxana and Royal 
Canadian. 

More substantial |tM.*es. how- 
ever. were shown in Anglo- 
Canadian and (?anadian Atlantic, 
each down 30 cent.s; Brltalta. 
P'ederatod and Home, each down 


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Ri P,tr Pru<ii 4 • 
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!>-• It t’, 

3M- l<'.prr A 3i 

Dn 0 t'l 

Brii*n C« I3'« 

Dn 1 pfd 
f), J pid 4VS 
Bruck Mini A 114 
Mo a 

BAUd PrMt 31 ■« 

R.itf Riaa) 

B >Oi, A 44 

Dn B 34 

B-irr Drr A 1‘* 
Cda Dnm Pu4 14 
Cda Camaat 44 
Dn pfd 34*. 

C'la I Pn,ind 14 
Cfit Mal'lBg 4k‘« 
r<'* Har-P P» 4 , 
Cdk Pafiari A 33*,, 

r»o. P 31'* 

Cfia Parm 44 
C-fa S<»ami *3'« 

Do i,trt 4* , 

r.ln W A e A 174 1 
Do.* 4*', 

r-ln Rfa» 11*» 
C<ln Cannaft 34'. 
r.tn r * f IV. 

tin A ID* 

r,<a i>lana-a 3« 
Im II TV ufd 33 
Do l> p'J I4'« 
cdB nan kVi 
< ili O C' 341) 

I.I14 2V, 


>10RK FOOD HOLD 

TTip largest wholesaler of ffwd 
in the North American continent 
is Pacific Gamble Robinson, of 
which A. P. Slade Lid. of V’Ictorla 
Is a subsidiary. 

In the annual report issuetl fhi« 
week. P.G.R. reports that its vol- 
ume of sales reached the huge 


*np T»p Tifi 
Trdi PUtan A 344 
0« B 

UbWO 041 S3'* 

Unttad Carp A 31 
Do B !• 

Untlad a 44 '« 

Do B 31 

Uniitd Staal It 
lUtam Woikar A1 
Wrtmt >1 

Watt Can Br« 14 
Wa*V Ulo««r* 4A 
Da A 33 

Maorga Wavioo ll'i 
Wp« Crrtrtc 14*« 
York Knit A 41k 
BASH* 
Montraal 31 
Nova Krutla 31 
Toinnln 3* 

rommarra 34', 

OomtniAA 34 • 
Impariat 3> 

Rovai 34 


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Dividends 

Declared 


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READY TO BUY 


In mines faribou Gold was 
.strong at 1.40. up 5 cents, and 
Western Uranium advanced 20 
cents to 4.60. 

MacMillan A RIneftel closed at 
21. without trading. 

!Seir York StalU 
NEW YORK. March 26 HNS). 
The slock mafltet coniimied to 
find the going difficult with 
10 .S.SCS outnumbering gains for 
the third session in a row. 

The steel wageprlre dispute 
was still the dominant Wall 
.Street influence with most 
brokers counselling their cus- 
tomers to move cautiously until 
a setilemeni was reached. 

Fluctuations In stocks like 
Chrysler. General Motors. Gen- 
eral Electric, U.S. Steel and W'e.st 
inghouse were seldom more than 
small fractions from prevtou.* 
closings. 

El.-vewhere along the line, more 
pronounced movemeni.s took 
place, 'The erratic Texas Pacific 
Land Trust, for eiuimple. re- 
pUf'ed an early 2 point loss 
with a gain of .1 points. 

Ixis.*es of a point or more at 
their lows were susiained by 
Amerada. Atlantic Refining. Am 
eriran Metal. U.S. Plywood. 
ILS. Smelling and Mid-Continent 
Petroleum. 

In (he rails, a rise of nearly 
a point in Northern Pacific con- 
trasted with a drop of l*i points 
at one time in Atlantic Coast 
line. 

iMntion Pricpt 
LONDON. March 26 < Reuters^ 
Prices moved higher in many 
cases but few actual dealings 
occurred. *rhe exception was the 
gilt-edged market where genuine 
trading took place. 

Industrials held quietly firm. 
Exceptional wak Marks and Spen- 
cer which moved three shillings 
higher to 80s on talk of an in- 
creased bonus this year. 

LONDON U4fch 34 lAP'-atoak (IM- 
Uif* BaMoak * WlDas Ut. B<Mta- Bara 
Oibg tf4. CtnoAlon PAdflc Ml Can-ral 
Mintni (1 34 13. CM»*ali4ata4 CMld Pvt'.rii 
4H 4 a*. Cosnouldt IH td HsdMMt * 
Bay Cs lilt M ImpaO*) Chakkol 4M 


Toronto Mines and Oils 


{.ai'ah Oold 114 
Ij-.a >4104 Lar 14 
(.ii'tman lA«a )l 
ijvttl, •)<tO 34 

i r « y *kpf 13 
M'»»r>a‘4 n* 
U-IntTV* II 

M-K'fv M U 44 
M'Ud ivk*nu 370 
vt;a,«4 1*3 

M*i ir'ii 11* 

M.Un 6>l tJi 144 

Mlf- : IM 

Mng Corprin IV*« 

tv 

Nat •* 

Na« CilUBl«> 314 
Na« Ovktn 300 
Nan Jaton 4 
Nan tun* UV 
Nipixtng 310 
Nika '♦ 

Naranda IS 

N^tmaltM MS 
O Brian IRild M4 
CNiaRil*ka 31) 
Uakr 44 
Pam irif P*lt 1* 
Paroiaiiar M 
Parraci 41«1d SS 
Pl'kaCron It! 
Pa«al| Ra'H B 13 
era«'nn 144 

Maiti 1*4 
O'lrEVEAnt IV 
Rrvran IV'i 

San An'anta 3V 
Sa(i*'*r IS 

S'laap Craak 14* 
Itn-ml Onrd 41* 
s Itnrn V4 

Sigma 74* 

Siivtr M'liar IVO 
SItvar *<<1 MS 
NItt* 0*H<4 4* 

Riadin Malar 34 
ptarra’i Oitait 4V 
Siaaprftck •** 
Sui.tvkn 314 

SvDan-t* 134 

Taat HughM 314 
TaTufn *3 

Trsna Con R#i tt 
Up?ar ('anada IT* 
r K Mill 13 * 
Vantura, 11', 

Wail Amulai 11 
Wrllhl Hrgat IM 
V K Baar 314 
Yala U and Z 44 
Yukan# 134 


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An.. la-l'ir 74 

Ani»'« 3* 

Anria f'an 4*o 

CAS i> • 

Ca'n'nnt )14 

CainnrOi 43 

Calvin 471 

Cana.l* Soulh H • 
<•»,« A'1 *74 

CHn Willia kon 
ran'rat 3« 14'* 

ran'»al tartar 3*4 
Ciiartar Oil 143 

Cnm>nn(l JT4 

ri'»"innaaliri 414 
Cun, Allanaat IM 
Da-.ai 313 

Drvnn ladtte 3W 
nnn<# P* tM 
Ta,l Craak 33 
ra<|ara«ad II 
nritHtO 34 

HlahrraH 1* 

1» ma on 14'* 

liu,kr 14'* 

3i,ihar|43 31 

Ja* «1 

.ItHAtar 344 

Kra* 314 

t.anria C<*na *l 
l.nng t-iand 44 
M)4 C"n« 14 
Mv.al no 334 
Ma'iunat P»'a 33* 
Naa BM* Hom 7*4 
K«f»h Crtn 334 

OtI Salma n 

Okal'a 3»4 

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Pan WailaiB >M 

ptiB'h in 

Bart P4«(* M 

Rnvalita 11 

Rntana 14 

Bannhira 44* 

Rrnrra _ 344 

*a.-„.i-T Pra# 143 

Barnurn 414 

Buparlaa IM 

Tnaaf Pa*a 41 

Tran, Bmp kV» 

•Tran* M)*UBl 144 
T'anrt J4* 

Trail 3*V 

milad 00 IM 

Wa-) firvma 334 

B'a«l l.aa»a M4 

MINfa 

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Caatlar i*V 

WkairM 174 

Anarni- 111 

Am--' Ma-alt tM 
Auballa 4 

Aum»*iia 1* 

Ai*n.>i IM 

Rt-na) 1*4 

Rarvotin 14* 

Ra«a Ma-ala 43 
H(v.-nur4 IM 
RabI* I* 

Mra'arna 

Braulai- 140 

Biaft AddlaOfl II 
Buff Ank*rii4 141 
BuloVa 7M 

Ciap<>l Rd Lt Mk 
Cdn vgalartlc Vk 
Coatla Ttath 314 
Cnirl Pitrlr'.i 44 
CNn'l BaTih 114 
ChaataralOa 34 
Cobait Ld Stir IS 
Crhnr WllM 144 
Cotamar 4 

Connaat 310 

Cralnar V3 

Di«"»»ar* T K 34 
Doma Mina* I*'* 
[liirialda 41 

ra,< Ma.ania 11* 
Fa,' 8u'iil*4n ITS 
r.rtaa 03 

rrt")-a 34 

tU’,' * II* 

Furai* IM 

Pa:i -nbrtjg# I7'i 
Ffn*ii«liar *«V 
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O-art* t«0a IS 
uldn Monitov *3* 
HarnracA II 

K*adr*tk I) 

Ha,aga 30 

Moiliniar I3'« 

Kn*)-a V 

Hi1,n Br Mng W 
Indian lAk* * 
tn,oir*')an «• 
Jonal 4juanar 43 
Karr Addunn IT 
K-'kItnd laaka 11 
l.anrtilnr IM 

lAk* DutauU IM 
lAka 0<u 33 

Laka Wat* IS 
Lamarttf* IM 

Ijitilia 13 

Uk* annra IV« 


WHAT DO 


WINNIPEG. March 26 iCP.).— 
Pricy* were somewhat irregular 
today on the Winnipeg gram 
exchange, with rye and flax ad- 
vancing and oata and barley 
losing early gains to generally 
recTird small losses at the close. 

Upturns in United States mst- 
kci.s were reflected here In early 
trade. However, when the Ameri- 
can markets turned lower. *he 
local market sold off. 

I’ommfTcial demand again vvas 
thin, with shippers taking oa's 
and buying for Amencan account 
wming into flax and rye. 

Traiimg was dull for the most 
part hut s|*eedcd up toward! the 
close 

No ;fnfnrmatlon wa* available 
on export wheal loadings, Claas 
two wheat and I.W.A. prices 
were down one-quArier cent 
from yesterday. 

Brar 

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Mtr *4*a H . *4‘, *4'a S4** 

JttlT *k 45'« I4S I4** tk 

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Rarlff • 

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WANT 


You ran reach me and thousands of others ever>' day who are in the 
market for whatever you have to sell . . . if you make your offer in a 
Oassified Ad. • 


Some of us want to buy a home . . , others a used car . . . and there 
are those who’ll buy all types of furnishings for their homes. Some 
want pots, or bicycles or toys for their children. 


Unlisted and Miscellaneous 


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You’d be surprised, too, by the number of people who are watching 
for offers of trailers, motor boats, tractors, typewriters, cash registers 
. . . in fact just about anything and everything under the sun speedily 
finds a buyer when an offer is made in a Classified Ad. The great* 
est Market on Vancouver Island Ls in the Oassified Columns of your 
I>x'al Daily Newspapers. Here sellers meet buyers, landlords rent to 
good tenants, and losers locate finders . . . And they do all this 
through the use of time-saving Oassified Ads, whose cost is so little 
compared to their results. 


1 ;- 

INew York Market 


P«nn B*.i«a- 
Fr«/|a- OamAi* 
Puk 8*4 
ItaShi 

Baivukllr 8t»a1 
Srhanltt Dutillara 
BlanSfttS C*Hf 
StanSarS CHI NJ 
Saar* Raakurk 
Bm-nni 

SfuiMrn Parifv* 

Sna (III Brtiaixt 
Bifuibaro Ball*** 
•luSrkakar 
Tata* Carp 
UnWn CathiM 
UnMn ParHkr 
OtiNoS AIrtraM 
CB Biaal 

WratingNmi** Blar 
WoalaorUi 
Zantth B«Sla 


ciMtnf a>4 BK •• • 

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Amati.-*n Can l34 Oan*(*l fla«i(i» M 

Amfriran Rmaiwr <« -0*»var*i Motor* MS 

Amarvean T»l A Tai IM'. Ooodiaar Tire *4 

AmfDran Oo* * KM* **S Oraal NurtlMr* 4*'« 

AnaraoSa Cappat J*S OuU OU 4»’a 

AtrhiAo* T*p*s* Il*4i»la» I. * P 13 

Amar Rama ProduH* US Inv narratiar li'* 

AtlanUa CMtl LNi# ** IbII P*dm 44S 

B A O R*ll«*3 1* Int T A T II 

Rafh SiMl 44S doRM-ManviU* 4* « 

Calumkl* <3 m l»4k Kann#(*M ro«|Mr ^•'k 

CPft 33'* La*«a T3>a*lr* 11 

C a O Rail**! )*S Natl OMUIVaf* U‘» 

Chrr*l*f ’*'* 3rark Cmirat ll'a 

Coo IBiaan 3« NAffalk WaMart, **'• 

C--.rn Produtia 47»» NmUtafn Poflfte 13 

raitall B4W»a 31‘a 433iM Oil H'a 

poMml 44S -p*.- Ooa Uar- 1) 

Dalaaara * B«4*OB 44 PBil* Btar US 

Boatma* Kodak M'4 Paramoam Pak S4'« 

Th« BboYB slDCfc qiMitBtWMkS bpb sapplM by A. R. Ames 
A Coh T. H. Bums B C'o. LIB.. Hagwr InvPttmcnU Ltd., 
■. A. Romber LtB., tnvpwtiDrnl D««lcni' AsBodBlloa and iamp* 
BkhanlaoM B Bona. 


Montreal Bonda 

MOWTREAL, March 26 (CPI 
■horl-term Gov- 


—Low -coupon, 
emment of Canada laaues wprv 
allghtly easier today on the Mon- 
treal bond market, in continued 
demand. Lonf-ierm Canadas 
were quiet. Some provincial* 
wrere rsaier an nimor of a new 
Ontario laaue. The corporate 
market was quiet. CJ* R. 3 H 
convertibles were off aboui a 
point, while the 3 *i's eased frac- 
tionally. Canada Southern Oils. 


Market 


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for Classified . . . You pay for your ad after it runs. 


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Orada A laroa 
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Pwoarol *rr*»*e from McCall Bn»* ' 
PI ral Ptinaral caap*i Nev Chat**. «n 
Saturday moraiod Marrh W at td W 
a'Clwri R*y k rt Plr.riina eff.'ii'-n* 
In-erment in Roiai Oai H iMai I'ai* 


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Hoadai Marih 14 Iti: ne|i»>il iniam 
dauihler ai Mr bimI M« Hrwart Al 
rorV x4 IkVA Ikouia* fUreei 
Pntal* »er»|re» viH be Ite.ii *• 'h* 
•andr Monoart 1 imiieil Memn’t*! 
Chanal «l Chire* ' Interment in iha 
Barai Oak BuMal Park 


All rtPL? UP PLOciHR px^rmiY 
•.aaried oatev and po-imed w ma 
eninrt Unmet aur tpe la it ttiey* * 
ettaiiUhart ielO Harden iB^l 


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LIMITED 

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RUMMAUE BALE . AM M 
Publie Maieei. auepi-rt M-imi' 
lion al Roval JuB>.e* Noapilti 


I 0«T BrTWP.EN MILNBB UVNDINH 
r O and *n<i ot Mtemore Road, ^ad* e 
L-intm** vri't vet-n *ia eiamande 
Piet.* pnone Rnoke HM Ravard 

LH6T IN THE VICINITY HP THE HOltV 
vn»d orneerjr oinoa ,xg,»e rnnialn'ot 
* Ik A AIU 

lOBT - RTVDEHT8 ” liORN^ RIMMED 
•l4<ee« brovn ia*lh*r ram. ifempM D' 
n H E Hreer rlrtenil* needed R *»t* 

I HAT MAN A RRHWN Ht.rfVER RE 
'•ren Arena and rTx«ernm*nt v e Hera it 
Kindly taitarn m tkii Pai< A*ree- 


rro STORE AND REP* PLOriRB 8AM>EO ANTI RKPINIRItni 
Vanttv Waod Prodiec'*. Mphali flou' 'tie* Tree eeiimale* .< aniial 
At* Oardtn IIU ar Ploor Co u vaov 


PHl^riy IKiePAtiNrt 


PEAC'IS llk4>-«AN»INn AND PINUIIl- 
in* Reat-inabia. Knl<h< * Ploer B .'fa'ioi 


aiArT>ONEU. A' iha R>*a< J-i*>iiee Ho4- 
pit*! an Mairh 14 !•»; Mi Kl-eii 

8eraB MacO""# I Vldav ol llerrv Ed* 
«arf Micdoiie" and dauih-ei 'he 
le'a John Ahe*en Dupnni :*■* rati* 
deri* I »i»nr Aparmeni* Yiclnri* nom 
in Three Ri**re PC. and a 
of ‘hi« ri'* for 41 -»ait Our*i«ed n» 
-epheat and merer •" vieron* «oo nan 
Pt|9ei»«ik ynd a •»en“’e lohn M*-doe#l1 
10 Mnn're*. 

r'lnd’ii lerttre i" PlirtM CT"i"n r*'t»a, 
dral A* TKnrtda? a' 1 J* P m ' 

O R r-a!i*n Dean of fol«mt>* olli*l- 
ati"k Hemailan Matvarfl * R c Puneeai 
ra l.irt . direeiari 


wanted 

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pgUARE DtAl rONETROCTlOH 


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It* •* nee I >1 rr.p .i<ed rer •ae-man vn 

•I ■ III ea.iiin*t •.! pi'ifM'et Pcreiiei.' 

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SPENCER FOUNDAT)ON 
COMMUN)TY W'ELFARE 
COUNCIL 


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Appli in |>er*or 

DOOti n AIN 
home lit* IP 


Plont Lovoul ond Generol 
ErKjineerifYq Work 

P’lilUont aia rurrtciliy a<allanle lor d* 
tianera drati-map and *>itmaittr* vith 
tka Contuiidaud Minina * nmeitinc Com 
paor ol Canona Limned ai Iran wmuh 
t'uiumbia 

Aupuoau>Mi* tnouul be m*.i* in a nun* 
Iha Manaaer Pareoanei Dnuivn Con- 

• ..iiiiai«<1 Hmini A Sm*ilina Compasy nf 
4 anarta umiiert Trail BC na'in* edura 

• Uio eiperiefir* e»p#''*d •aiatt and p»*» 
ibir rtdP* ataiiabl* lor anra 


CALL THE HOI BE DOCTOR HiiM* AND 
hUlldina lepalr* Went k IkVa _ 

(TARPENrRT AND ALTERATION* SO 
iob too emau. 8 Looreoaa. oaMian tm 


PURVEN Al Iha 81 Joaopn.* H.. 1 .. 1 I** 
Mti'h M iHl. Ptolfii'k Wt.-a.i 
Pune* aaad Y1 year* vern !'• 8i 
r*..h*na Upyer Mlll». N*v Rrur.evlrk 
a leaidebl of VMiafla (or ih* oatt ta 
year* laly raaldaixa 4W Dunedin mceel 
SHrfi*e'l by lil/ vidov Knaobeih at 
tiom* (l*a •lauahiart Mu* Jrao Pur*ee 
al numr Mr* Miller -Maigtret. Mr- 
Oin VBn--n»*ar, Mn Prtaer <lna 
Ma.Neufhlaii vancourcr Ml' Joh<> 
IlleiK . Cxrilonlf' Ramiavu. Mt< A 
R Ibtomi*' I'Mitmrie Victao* Iv • 
eoni Col Dof.ald P Pitrtei oiuea 
Obi , Col Rxberl I Pi.r»e* Waihin* 
ion DC. n aran'.Mirtfe*. el*., xtie 
brother ami <vo >i«|er* 

P’lieral ar»i'e« aiil *•• lu-.l *• 'h' 

Ra> d* kfariuary Lintll*-I ' n» 

•f nmnei <Mi 8al>iriie« M» n ‘i '• 
al I IH om Mole A -A’a'eit n, 

rtr.ii>-i Imermeni m •••' Rn.* B. 
rame-ery 


• I A'->y*i ««< i • '2rf M 

kMPllU 1- .INIMI V IILAI’NII lit, 

pair* aiiyia.. • ilie- ■ i.xne *n<* 

p. . au* Kina* i<s>a>i 

ALRKRl^ IUN1* -..-J yillMNIKo'. 


two* fOR (KMENI WORK UP 
t.bM drain l<k 4»«i>a ntn*-.i 


WANTED 


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WE SI’tt.‘lALiZE IN REMDUlLlNi. AND 
•.Otd tiorM* Vi. tuna P-i dll •-•* 

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‘ap>< 'll* Aram, »*%''• ,ni 
t»i-« n< an' 'yo* P.»»*e 0 
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.U>lne» -A'-H* pre »ein Ani-t C-.x-paH' 
P"«'ai Rla-ixit C. Mnn'reai 

AAI toMPN WANTED rUT.I TIMI P4TSI 
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Ma*'*i }4 itai Mr H*"> H»nm^AA 
aye* n rear* bnen in • A-nt Pnaiar,* 
and * »#*id#»' "f Vie'e*>* •"* ra*‘ 
la tear* laie re*’Aen-* .*ttt \a«k 

SDeei Ritr»t**d vr nn* *"n Heet* 
Rnbinano JMV War* 8-ree' '*'*• 

dauihler* Me, r W .nneU' ln|A*f 

Teriae* RC MM '*Mie mn* llll 
Pin!ay,A« Ri'**' W’< C -PUt*. neman 

of niei, P<> Mm L R-lnai Clark "( 
Dunran RC anil elyhi aeaniieftiMren 

TH* lore Mr Rrtninwin **r,ed in tha 
Star War 

Puneral terrire* viM be held in 'he 
Band* Mnriiiarr I imiie.' MemBiial 
Chapel a( Chime*” on Thorviae Mareh 
ft lakl a4 1 IV p m Padre rvi.,a *• K*a 
doll attlriallnfl inierment i« rn* mi 
vn<»d Burial Part 


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POR rKPriil^NCEO OABlibNENA PMI’NR 
Oarnen de>.,>e 0 1*01 land* apira 

>avn, pMipuia mainunan-a Prole** 
• iwiai oark Lnvaat toot, nnur or »•— I'o/t 


general contractors 

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WANirn aALEAMAN POR HARDWARE 
d*p*r*nien- nriu* ne inl#re»»ed in earn 
ini h*’d**»* 'rarte Rxa laav viernna 

r»e.. 

TOUNil MAN TO WORK RPARB TIME 
evenina* ar Jollr Priar Luneh 144 
(‘>l•mar*^• 

BXrzRIENCED CAR WASHER AND 

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• Ml'ii M'< <t4NTrl> iiNE D.4T PEN 
*T*e in •«. r.'.tb 11**1 toplr li*>» MA4 
li.•l•ol< Hea l Road H R V ai oriAi.e '.n 
in.eriiee Malen-xi riilleam* Aiblni' ■■ X 

\t Alii HO' RYMAN pOB WHtHrNAiR 
^rwteii iiotu* Younp nan am«l* pr*- 
I lerrvd Rrar* oai** etpeeled B<r« 110 a 


RTANIEY HUNT rBACiriR 8RHVICE 


Hay'-t*MP| ploufhIPt d***" 


aad leryiina Pord Perfueon a 1 
far ra’afa'iinn 

OARDANR I'VIR PtiO' ‘f"El 
mien at atal'ns bor<"'"i( 
Alt >•*« lar.k Imiee pAV>' >■" 
• ra ■ •'* 8 I. J#*I*t . k <1* 


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• e.MJiia n»«'i R.i* I'W I 

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ROBRINR On Marrh It M>1 «' l» •> 
(len-e of hli ilanaltier »1t ft-* -■-* 
^aiK M Hirham Kn-U'iiu n -••• 
rear bom n «ir*'tai, mi Chin nime 
Enfand Ha ea>*< nu Jen* tnd 

ona ,<>n Ra-v m Vieieria tnd en* 
da'ifhiei M-« .1 A W‘ii "I* 

mtrnael of ViriNr a en> a<aad<l«'i*hiei 
Jton one briHher and an# , •'*. .n 
Enfland Th# !*i* Mr Raohm* **• * 
pxine*' reaidapi «l Vi.'nr.* n» x| 
e*4irl*it hera for in* pii> m *'* ■ 
^neral ,ei<ie*i Prina* afieinnnn t 
t 10 'll MeCa" Bine Nav Pia-a pmer,. 
Chapel Ree Mni> A I Wt<eM irlti' a na 
tn>arih*Ai at Cnivnnd 


MX'OUNIINU BOCIKKEJPINO ABO IN- 
vie at Crmiiie-a '«n»ta*e in* »#*»•••# 

a, i***.ina"a lea, Bciti mt up **bt 
• •fkiy waiith t or 0*'^ Phnoi 

n U 11 daV oa ui|i>t 

/TM PAfNK PORMEKI T OP PAfNE b 
Tovnarb 1 vlll xa all yo4H odd >oba eo- 
meni oitrk Die drain* 'lUhe* lank* 
taaraa aia No )ao tpa amail Call O 8804 

4 NAVY VET WITH TKOCE WILL CALL 
aad tloaa up Pae|yprd4 boatoeau ooua- 
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' ALL ••All f AYLOU 

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ol orn* -Wna 'hA' Vieinna Pre«i 


PATCH S, DANGERFIELD 

AI TO BODY SHOP 

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ixvu Id (ho famaur I'arino? 
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pxo' M>*<»te ".Me »e«.a»n.e ad 

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80 #*' IN i-ememne* him »nx •«** «•* 
here ■ 

A-id oh* rh"-i*b aneent -, 1 •*! -a* 

xetf - 

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nt BaiilefoM 


A' .. p*x<er Ob. Ho'-d.* 114 SO 

eXTRAh Hate a titaMalaau Eaeiet eatJ* 
day fnr HI Ineh-iei Ihre* rraal* « '*' 
aeenihwnd*""*' 'i«» •! '* • •' 

'e«i»--c> Iinei at raelllyei SO e-'ia* 
esio in •’.* * 11 " and axm# '.''’* 'a •<* ail 
• >-• ..fee ■ A--. I- I* 

per perann olth ea-h vent na 

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Courtenov 


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T-* *!^Vn•e*d PRT euflft uri'ATISil I A S ••BC AF 'NO 

Kmpir* )T»l rarxenifiy J H P.»v*« B M4* 


CEMENT WORK 

noon tlieoalkt *'• 

4' * ' , teoeri Saua 

I omh'e* 4[ I ndeevnn 


WA«rTED PAiNTtNO OARDtN 4BORK 
'leorin* terfli #*e Phan* Bill* 

RnBBtSR BEKOVED rSOM EABEMERTB. 
moderdU cBorta Bilal aoftima _ 

OUrrtts' RtPAIRED BENE WED 
Rarool.e* roof repair* E Mai R tdOd 

tti>~paix“bdci”dan6erode trebb 

Rerpeataibiilty V*««r*n< E 444d 0 1*M 

EABPMENTB TAR1U4 cilANED TROfK* 
oa* mayta# odd )abi Yataroaa O tdll 


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'(>«.- 

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eolini *i'0«*ttnt Carturt. B 11* 

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ond upalairi maid Oonrt vafea Btai* 
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CENTRE 

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MEN'S SUPPLY STORE LTD 


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a’.rt ciiahi W14 y-ia4ra UrMun ttll mki f®,, »i 

CLOVBIL.t”“l*RlVATt UOSPI7AL LTD 

r>*;if .laUPT Iiaauau auf.- " ‘ 

e>iAjrar'tt«aii «B/aoiu UH C*4*»**iy 7..® 

Tiprt'p Imptr* Hi* 


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• firit '<* <1 W« ttpi f an-j rimai* 

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vata Ca*B aa.l to* ad |0>d 


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ViC AND LES PAINTER 

A' .<■ pvat 


Tha Bmniiaiiaad Coa. Satvira 
ORPfR ROW 
VirrORT <CM1 
tirroRy UJidB 
BS ftCK DIAMOND BOA 
BUACR OUMpMO Lirur 
A1.SO 

THB BOOTHtUS HARD COALS 
AND OAfM*D BRIDt-rrm 

Raaidtnaa O aMi - Offlta. Q MT1 


ma>*oaU and ««paRiaiuMp luaranuta 

SOMETHING NEW 

Ha« ^*a addad id aar ainca>-<‘mul Bia*) 
•aan *aay td idauil a«raiaa4si Bnp..i9< 
itatt tar idiidadiaia d4U*4*y fhad* "..ta. 
(»t a Cldt •aiinaia mi that »• al youi» 

BUILDERS' SPECfALS 


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BA.HDi'RA ItSBO 'BDR* ITtmt 
lyaa Bandor« Idiil 

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dPRio-n vd'ir taa-Biao# maHPi’.ad it 
Mi* in A. I aaik 4 aia-iUtd Bt aaa 
f.taa' ’’ar.d’i a d a -n-nniMt* apM>*»r< 
Caii j|.mi>a»>adur *tsai« Btr*t>a M Mj 3 


patniad Ida* tlta Ka 1 aid** M't » a' » **Hi Auj 

~lt; Ciah .<• ilaDU- raaiilat tall -a (i*a* ^jro 

a« ilfl Ik didaill man aut* 
raaular IT »J i" rlaa* at (a M B!r»a«a - - 
xuuina* •> ai: Ma»a and ibulntaapa tidia CM44 cabtaai 
U laat <ip B'aidraM 


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B-jroislilBa* aad Yttvit 
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McLennan. mcF eel-y & 

PRIOR LIMITED 

upd aovsBNuisr AiHBrr 

ri»--.a o ua 


BE WiSE THIS TEAR 

BARlf VUTN 

■ JOHN OtfcKE 


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BUILDERS SASH I DOOR 
LTD. 

JM OARBALLT BOAO *1 


PACIFIC GLASS LTD 


i ■ OPPICB • Bttll diltPi* 
aUTO OIABS - B tIU I 


■ SPECIAL WOOD SALE 

Nn I Doafiai fir aiwn dTiiar* dark aiaaa 
diiipd a«n .naidp kldcka Nav mi tala 
111 M 


aT. - ’' ram '■ aia MAdO.N rr - aOTO OIABS - l nu > r-nm. *.■ « lati r 

ILSCTIOLYSU 23 ElHtATION _ saidu.. a, ana 1 «a.u iT*e 

shawnigan oouglas fir ^ lu :^ 


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p*uifi. Uardan TMI 


- LUMBER SPECIALS 

lAIt Fruai par TTtauaaad Baart *t«t‘ 

I1) and u* Oraaaad Moata. Na a 

m«B 

1*1 aad III Taaiut a«a fido.a. Na a 

rathaion - H* W 

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tuilP M*a.) UmM uak .n.-'.-nwi ti 0 
B JlTl ta-.ilir and daitiui di'iPlit all •»*» 

iMu«Mi wiitdai twi atia « ai.d b.'rft 
pt4.«a aid KinaaiAt. U UjI. 

lArUUl UArTRRBP BMOf AU TYt'*.S 
I Nf MatMPAaia Baa aprin*! llnuy«»r>d 
I Mut upnnlalpnn* tdai (u*b*o&« abd aa.i* 
Atd't Aliatauub* aai.-a^air. I U 
q.iadni a muataa Oaroae ^ 

L'HaSi KAPlit OS RB.«'irVkJliD AAU 

MOUkRN»7,»l> 

a.^ PRBX MilMAIVd 

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III »l JOHNSON STtlBKT OAJfJJiN 1041 

lae rURNtTCR* AND Rt^lP BRPBRTIV 


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lPirap*T' pir nad and '*pa Pi' • 
a • • • -ft •’» » 

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«Oaaia)Ui >1 pa • 

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'IAb' IAS ' ALLATlUN A.M^MBPAIN PYHV. 
i«p NPa afid uard 'ai.taa ana app.lai.ra* 
OOfttkUN PA.rR l.tl* tad* IWV'f.LAA 
ilat asaUai.ip iiK^iailili B ia:> 

iJARUS-aiii ”hO! AIK PUHNAri! AND 
a-r rMaituinni* oi«i‘ Pin- r.ai* . t : 

' Inn I'npaii idt » avft A*p a' 

.! < B-rart N-. O tin 

YNi-YNPHiiu wm'»o ami COAL rmvi* 

A ' aal It amat i*»*n.i|b.*'|i •'A'>;. 

.a 'll. '.a tn- III* HI KPar*.' ifl* BtnTi 


POtb*'. IIITri 

POlAfO PlANTkRS AID DUlllBHl 
-BAIUUS I -MBINBA 
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L'oi'rprt 

y.*..- Dp* I a 1 »p#,p' 

M* roKyoriAifT n »i»i! 

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«.•lnlrn Ua.a }.>u> l•a<'la.<UMl t..da. 


INI OME 1 AS BkM KNd 


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r Ua) Ml : l> nil. 


:n<omb tax rxp»Hi*i , ua) mi PS* : oiili 

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d* <i.a. pla’a »«Mt larn.i .Va rttu. «)i* 24 .Ml.SK. 

Indiaidua.t •i«i»in*.-r» ina.' ___ ^ — — 

aaa.pt and *<«• 1 - IMAk id*j.ai<>- ,U-j* ni liuu. ut rirPHIAh PIANO 

fit* ''Par* alih inrniaa '** appailinini !**«.** Ua<.a*pr and iaa'Dtr 

A. W'.vlP taia yaift dirral O IdJI 

CAPtTAL BOOKKBBK.SO SERVICB *<4 Yacr. Si _ 

llJl Va-.-..M.*t Blr'.l - , hiP kllT VtrJCB IKAHONO BBOIH- 

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ft ^ *9«r44U1P 1U ftr«>y«l»IOft IU« CiJ4t 

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t -aa-a av r.ata«aila ra-a* Mt Povail. . Da. r K :at> )B>> Ududiak 
B » ' 11 

INcnUK TAX RBTDRNB 27 >T'K1> 

J P PRAMPTON LTD * .Ml nadi 


Nona Um 

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lad Rouin Cpdat, par ii«pbi foal ITa h*i9J» III Warn a"4 

N tau «i« NddaU Cadar "Par naaai laat lla rpilind* .ipanPi >'»a p.i mala. lar. 

aia Mauib CPdai par nrvaai laoi Me Pr'ut.,.m Cd miNaHMuir' * ^l«t 

Ul apd Ul iaA«i*a aaa •rtui* allUty mhaND NKW IIIKBi-tMCCE MK AND 

lf•(|p l>* M Ut* Iradiwnt >mi'p '.tO'.d '<>>* 

COLWOOO TIMBER MILLS. c.d.r Bua4..a. s.d.n, ;;u;p 

in I Drrland Da *.M fit .Al.d* “ mi y 2 * * 

.lani miipa Rpad* I* Bura 1»* nia»*aJ aUH f iraaa ta ^ iMi<k:i PlXflt c'lid.iMPtklD Si’lfl 

#1 I rirt ;•* Or«»a*d ou..«» |i» aa .ua ta,a» »*» «u-i 

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IP <. 1 *A on * *^*** . , t AiitlK WOoDL.N I KIU »t» -.11X1. 

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ibvapart pn»t* Promp* atUtPr* ajrL^ii.r A».. •• a 


in t Dtriand Da Rial fit 'Al‘l* tlam" 

*1411 miiPti Rpady Id livira 


Sid.gai R..t ar Nii.ap. 
OAT - • U4 - NIOHT 
SPST Min. 


ua radar lunfut aad iroe.a r*r>‘^ 
BandPd *•» ta 

ltd 1'U.Uy itada »bip-iap 111 dl 

ira tan tupp.* tttitinin* .n ;urbaa* 
Oppb Bniurdar ubiU Ian. 


J P PRAMPTON LTD _ APitlAL- TBRRX DAY* ONLY Rnn* drt Pir Ntdn Slat 

yAsdAo* A iiAROAiN KHt niu.rKPAr DHVUAND ipfirbr.-r* tini -- 

_ - — - ■ Udijtia* ITT 4i. Na I npati tiao. nniPd 

t O imPBOS RloWTrRKD AND l.t- ,„„n* ®,„p** diy tiin.|b Ilf .att RONALD HOPKIN^ 
ptntpl aia.*»ot Par appdiftiaipni uia* „,,f, .j.>AtA nn '‘»to ottti ~ 

,^ndp Oatdm iJTS n at p: |iBiti»liait aa !»at> r i|.| II4MX01ATI DEl.J 

paAt TrraRKXkd .. S6 00 

MaHKt A CLAMK>ATlJ<r Amm-NiTYB. NiA " < 1 1 00 

#A* bana nf TutuBin Buu.twr-*‘r«'''‘a l C-f I* - - . 5 I » UVJ SPECIAL 

* A n «> nON - Oni» V IIP tdi/iad >0^4<1 orcA^iru, 

21 PFU.**ON.-\I. ^ j.^r d) tP.-aaaiJj a 111 niiMa in—a Ma I Bai 

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t.fJ.NPtV' OIT Al yUAINTKD HliSDUlItP ili* Dr..*uo ilwuti lot *•*• nut i.pto Bui- 

•( >rp oar. tl) at*« >>U*t and ruun'r. rpwnd >>p ntst ainit* Ordar t*dat 

InpiuiiiBa' Vaddbuttr Air'uria ai.d « *' du * AaPdl m. Wtanptda** I a nt •! 


DEPINDARtR WOOD 

Nn I na-ltland AH fir tDiai>pad Wnad . , , ,..ijr rj r r \ 

!l rtaar in turt aa rbaffun* aapdpa A I UM LUMotK L.»J 

m r^jlnpr cm. Ua -ird. Ill 2 *'* WIU-SON BT WIBT 

Nnn* drr fir Naan Slaawnnd ll '-ld* Krtniaaa O Mil 

ipna'Ai.. !'■ iifli .. Ill*# 


#A* bana ni lumfiin buu.twr"-V»p«"»‘t 

21 PFU.M)N.-\I. •— 


IV Veil RONALD HOPKINS FUEL CO 

Pill muXOtATI DU.JVBRT IT|<d 

S6 00 


value FOR 

YOUR BUILDING dollar 

# 

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•( >rp oar. tl) at*« >>u*t and ruun'r. 

iDPluiiipc' Vaitdu.pf Jfit-uria and « i' jV *..,V*‘,.r,u-4.«v raw • Wtonptday 

Man* aiib mpartt WuJ«a» nilta lt*‘i.t Hilld.HX-lt ILIQ ' ill 

noil 'i . iitoiptri) Hum anatvK '• .i". and u ip! > Dit and Nigiil Uai Pnon# O lllj 

n.npr'u'i'" stn’ IDUAV bAlJI HAND PJCKM* Hit HONEYV 

OK AND APTBH THIS DAtX 1 Will. HOT ca*d U II, iwu -.if *vf«J» II Ti fdi-ttnl U14 On.atBtu^i 

•a rrtOCPfWf tl' a.»» dkoit mnirfpd in fii iw* u>mt |V tl dp.lt aaad Ur "n* •’ 

• r btm* ulUPAa atpr my n.gi>a.’.'> Mauh r.i.| l-i n..r.a-<l't yaUnat t ..11 *^*d. 

I , ]®|. ni®n’p« J ••aaiiaid idirl 4 arautun >>n* raid II T* Imoit.liait 

Suaai. Vi'inrla .NC uuBa; Pupi C». B Jl» oigni X jIm 


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Mp Ul aad rnm 4 Wa t Baafiai. ^ ' HM a* f t "T W H "H ' ui«n X*t radar 

in at'ti a 1 ban.i-uukrrt an >ul>al*N ar pati't Ut :a»i«, ua .tiPtMitra aad i»T 

'ad'-.'.i' nut i.pno But- arutA noa tar nr lit piratlt .nk.adin* iitiU n auitd laU ana .tb Wiiian 

ntat dinit* Ordar ivday dtlltar tniiiei. n Ptira on!* I'l r|*l1»prad tak paid l>a*pn|i«n 

W«nP.d.,. I a«.1 pm I -tda ^ ^ 

ni'ii Ul HI UN pirtp'* 14 .utu Pri a 

HONEYMOON BAY FUEL noi, u * m d*n.trtd ..i p.id unkAf - Plllih 


HAOIll C-HBSTLKPItU» HOliBt yma nrntt an*. 

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llaaity II MO B MM. «*ri><nf» E >»d 



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tyanir Puilh*r ar*a ai 1 tM lauai* le*t 
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II ]V|«Ta« cnarraiai buiat. gaad 

candmaB. m« paisi _ .. MM 

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A»lt. lodg dacb. «ida Itaal dni* 

ai>e oanrr It.lM 

41 One-Too Mercury Rapr*»» faur- 
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fvea recap# 4l.iao 

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GLADWELL MOTORS 

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Op*a all aister aV rtdueed rtlei _ 

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IlM _ _ ata.Uiila April I |d» Capital City Really. 

>OLR nOoiu POR YOU.NO RU*I 

R.'.e-JaoV . lia'na-rwMd ^jnra.*^^ TWti-ROOM (HHTR Hrvil-PURNIBHRII. 

Ilg'il alirt aalei ini ludrd IW. I lirgin* 
^ — - - " Avertue N MuJ 

r,.. **'^^** " '7AJ IIACHEl.OR SUITE flRD-BITTlNCl 

rariBf Baaran Hi" a>‘ 'iriirr'e baihrm.iB. gai all 

At ratiiya i-*®dl •• ‘ • u. ,«ri*«l lU UlAtnl llidnaay 

ait.-abia Aar-. l 

HOME FDH VlI Ni» ACCOMMODATION op AU. TYfEB LET 
HOMB rv kVEROV 

KENTAIS L'SLIMIIID. UId BKUAU 


Bi 

■irn - - 

uieattni aurratinding* 
41 M24 


StLECT HAPPY 


At'a* III ipprnaunAiely Vild ani AM *4J*'f 
lr*r ataU'jle at rental rate* at II per 
ngara fWH per annum Purihet partl'u- 
lar* from m* Rayal Tcu*t Cu Md fiaa 
Airee: B 4174 

rXTKLLRNT WRt.L-HRATlD BU1TR OP 
aCii'e* *( 'h-ee rctama and tttliy *qui,>p*rl 
vailing raam Suttabla far dactar «r pra> 
t**«tnnal taar* P1r«t rlaa* dovniaan le- 
taiinfl R**»y conernlenr* Apply A Rer* 
nerd to Ca Ud.. i» Port St _ 

MODERN OPPICRB TO BENT IN 
bart BuiidUta- Til Yalr* Str**l SOIttbi* 
«w*«r ar a»B*» pt niaaaiuuai «a ton If* 

p«itAB. Bioavor aiit jantiar aer*K*( 

II *Ml _ . 

LARGE WElX-HrATCD OPWCBS POR 
real 1*30 Duu(!ai Atract five bluckt (ram 
IM CHI Hall R«a*nnts> rent Na eat*- 
iftg pronlemi Pnone E 4Wi 

NEWnTEAD MALL RITCHRM PACIUTIXB. 
grand and upright plana aeating capa- 
city IM ReaaQaabl* raUa P1;oaa 1 7lM 

LAHOK DOWNTOWN NTORR. WITH MOD- 
rrn (Hint, rear lane Mndfrat* rent 1311 

Brnad Strew O 1141 , 

OPPK'RB TO RENT - PHONE CALLS 
anivrreii Apply Ti* BraughtPO Street 

LABOR «ALL-riA.NO. RITCHRN APPLY 
1*g Droughtan Btreei. 

CENTRAt.LV • LOCATED UALU PIANO 
end kiti-iien (ac iUtie* R *T > L >*1 P '*■ 

I^JtMALT COMMUNITY CLUB BAtX. 
ail lacimie* Garden 17M 


YES 

When you buy on 0 K. 
cor from Wilson Molors 


RED SPOT SPECIAL 


»9Sf 


OLUe DR LUXE SEDAN Nneli 
btulco Id alili Ably tSSd miir* 
tiuct lim*n uith cbruine trim 
and vhiifuali ur«* Pra«iwu**y 
au.eriutd tor 4i 141 COOOQ 
Nn* only >£7TQ 

If yau appreiiete a gvod rsha* «ee it today 


GOOD VALUE USED CARS 

94rs'i^N $795 

$795 


1939 


4A 


MIS( EI.I.ANEOFS 

TO RENT 


.araingpeV.au *.-. Vil 

RuoRl i*rraaf**‘ kUd 


• HTOD 
i; g-r- 


C*'*k.y "'no*# in Pnin* E #3** 

MAKE ~ THIS YOLR HOMb 
5!?.«'«e. - Cle*. to f ' • ‘tiJ 1 
*«. R l!J9 _ 

attractive 

|. *nd» ton •*«»- *»i'-»''- ‘ 

aiut EMI*. 

•OAROERB WANTSD IN 
Home AU aau.iag don* MC j*. t> • 

B 4M1 

R.K1M AND BOARD - 

K»e mlnuce* Ifom *** • * *= " 

X4171 _ 

WORRINO COUPLE RAN7Y M4N «|R 

• ; I 4a "here h »-4* L*.» ***''■ •• 

Ring* Road 
ROOM A.ND iOAHD PtlR WORRiHiV ^ 

••qiitma.t Na_ outer ^trl*'* • 

CRAIOMYLE I dll l-aAtonA-'ROCIl. V40 *1 B 
aa’.eiiDg l* b«««r** pa^d • 

* “UTTLE ^ARBOCH 

441 Barntia A'*nj* pyen* R Mil 


MWLT D»l0UAt»ll TWO ROOM BITT* 
Kshi **'c- ' .*> .I'cb'U rang* mtjrded 

V- : V i I'.i '-e A»»a»r 

*M-vg y.t.-'sr rwo ROOM avin 

li '.‘i ‘.Ay- 1 Ill Pu* 

* f tail 

rw.*-BOOM A4LR OONTAIMEU AtnE. 

" t C-13 


TRAVRLLRRll' HAMPL* ROOMS APPLY 
14f Rtuudhian Birffi 

OARAiie TO BENT. TRUTCH rrRRlT 
O MTA evcoing* 

4^ i AK.S FOR SAIJ-: 


NATIONAL MOTORS 
LIMITED 


1* tiv . 


euiU I* kveilAb'* 

lb<’.u>(bird A)i«rlm«rile • 
Il Part et 4<n (>•>-. <i«* 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 

O dill 3‘1 


YOUR FORD DEALER 
SINCE 1909 

30-Day Worranfy 

PONTIAC THtNJR 


1939 
1941 

1940 

1937 
1940 

1938 
1940 
1938 
1937 

' 19*35 


BXDAN . . . 

BUH'K 
SEDAN 

HUDSON 

8CDAN 

PLYMOUTH 
SEDAN .... 

OLDS 

SEDAN ... 

CHHYBLXR 

COUPE 


roRO SEDAN. 
N*» Bolur — 

MERCURY 
SEDAN 

HILIXIAN 

SEDAN 


$795 
$745 
... $695 
„ $695 
... $595 
$695 
. $595 
$295 


900 Fort St. 920 Yates St 

1ft Aft Cvupe. 

1 tAV radio and haatat . 

11750 ; 

G8154 G 6342 

IQP* Ford roByariihl# 
1 VD i radio and heater 

$2925 i 
1 

1 ftCft AUSTIN A44 

I tDU 8EDAN 

$1295 

. rtftO fD*"'’**'* C«U||# 

1 y jy tadM* and htaier .. 

$795 ; 

l*Ajft vauxhall six 
I yAV atOAH 

$1495 

lyAUcoNia radi* and heater 9/7^ 

t r> 4 O DOD43B BPEC DK 
1 yAO LUXE SEDAN 

$1595 

Ift Aft Daifga Redan 

1 94U heater 

$895 ; 

1 

1 ft >*7 HASH SUPER 
1 yA/ BEDAN 

1 

$1450 

LOT NO 3-«31 YATES SYRirT 
lOPPOSITK ATI.AS THEATBE' | 

1 ft J Z P* YiinuTH DE LUXE 
I yAO .lADAN 

» ^ >1 A.- UV t 1 W 

$1295 

1 ftOO Chryakr Ca«p* 

1 yjy raaio and lieaier 

$895 

E to S toSQlN nA* 

1 yAZ OEGAN 

$1050 

1 938 beaier and radio . 

$695 

-1941 ^li?.?E 

$695 

1 ftCft Au*tln Siatia* Wagan 
1 VDU neaier 

$1350 

IftJl I'HnVftlXa 4VIHD60R 
1 yA 1 BEGAN 

$1050 

. nCft Meteor Cuaium Btdaa 
1 VDU beater 

$2095 

TRUCK SPECIALS 

. Uaaiarch Tuva Sedan 

1 yjU healer 

$2495 

10AQ CHEVROLET ■’•-TON 
1 yAy ( HAKBIB ANO CAB 

$1395 

USED TRUCKS 

lO/tO 

lyAy PICKUP 

$1395 

1 ft A 7 CBayratat Sedan 
lyA/ Dalliary heatar 

$1295 

1 ft A *7 DODGK ONE-TON 
lyA/ PICKUP 

$1050 

1 ft A ft n«»'Ite i -i ‘ < -•mt 
1 V4Z Pavar Wagon 

$1595 

1 0^7 OOnOE 't-TON 
‘ lyj/ PICKUP 

$395 

in Aft tniaraailooai *H 
IVAZ Ideal lor legging 

$5350 

Id MORX CARS TO CROOBt PROM 

Wa hav* many mota tar* and irutki la 



thfuiM Iram at aur ivn 1 

loeatiMn* 


matki' drive uyrr M mile* i'#r 
•uuiaiidmg uerlaimer H»<* »»•«. M • • 

• air 13 7B4 0»ii*r a.eiii*** BJbJ' •**' 

8*u<» BLUI7 _ — 

:»M MSTtOU CUSTOM SEDAS WITH 
jvyyd**** aii’i vitii 41 Ida W..i • 

]*i* n-ndel Main* at A"-im ** *i*H 
m*Bi aaiani* 'a*h B 4**1 Me* 

*! yti Keruaod Huad ^Vl** R-ti •' ala" 

Ilia nouoLAs st - automobile in- 

• iranc* » «*U wntien ai lav rai** 

Haakee Potter L'd 3a-baur ielephun* 
»*rviie Dearan >141 _____ 

I'en ciieY 'coupe new TiniN uat- 

trn and rania'ai nii* b.-d> and «u«r 
Ikiti* heater good rurta ng order Pi.i.:i» 

' POR bam; 1441 WlRUSOR'cHKIBtrr! 
tfdan Bkcellent condirtmi thr-'uiihoui Pri * 
41 a» ar rime altoi Api>i| IJJ1 Vim 

r MI4 f 

1*71 MORRIN MINttn roNVPKIIHir AN 
nev 4d09 m'ie* tteve 4140 Trail* •*’ 

I. and lerm* Pfion* it 4111 -t rni 
0 4334 neatge Clark* 

PORG SEDAN IN Al PlIArP 
h*«irr 1*W itcenia. fir* .«*• 
V*rv clean ineule anil out Phi'iie 


-ar II }«4 Plwoe EbMl or apply aMrr 
I I'Va South T*KD*r 

:HRYB1.EH 1**7 SEDAN d IlEAUTin'L 
undHian 8*»i roy*r» eait*» !MN» nin** 


Ei' FOUR WHREl DRIVE NtW 
crilent londilUm IJ5d *11 Ye'et 
lleeion 1033 — 


Mete end F eirt'* 4- ' edel 

iliLAlTO FINAMIMi .\M>” 
INnI R \M I. 

At rUM*>Mil1. UNAS' V . 
p>i*.na«*c nf •'<• " . •> ■ .' 1.1 4 

a|ipiuo<e* ai'j ' :>ti ,'M' >t 

iiiiani*u ;■* >’ I ' v-eu- 

l .kti, nn 4>* B>' a 

Keaionab * Ha:*» Pi"'i.i<. t*'i...a 

IBI AND riNANiT.a I.VIin* 

1UJ h-!" 1 ■r*t- 'Ph''-. 11. oA'i 

Hi RCHA.1I ?i - *1 M .«! 

REDllHON tv • Al'rlAiSii CHAU04S 
♦ is; I 
ON 1 Ni-Ali>^A / t 
OiHfl.-H.l IIAiti A l'< 1 <1> 

•U Full r BIHi ; I A|..>» '■ I 41 


CAR INBCR.A.sfY niRTF'OSlV »;T 
,a*rr !' M ' I*' • a a rt.d 

J W " ‘t'KLr.l 1- • ' i A'.i 

13* HrmH ' . U':< Hi! « I UtP * 


!>AIFA tiR LA'ASN 

Miii*r A I'a i"!*- i. 


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I Alts .\MI TUI < KS 
W ANTI l» 


*<t;> I AM 'Al inmi. 

PKANCIA BAnkKY A IHLS 

*4 {*' It t . ri ■ I 

NEXi> l..Mt etiR MV ttt'SiMM 
raell ■ It rv . 


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Al L • AHlI r*'H i'i>Ftl.AK MAK» tllAN 

_ l»4" t*i 1 • r ' I 

til BOUS \Mt YIAUINK I UK 
sAl.H AMI W ANn.ll 


tu 


PACKARD 
SEDAN ... 

RUICX 

SEDAN 


„.x. $295 
$245 

OK. USED CARS 

*QC1 OLDS BCDAN "M " HydraBttic 
I VO I RadlM and tf- O a n C 

beat*r $3495 

I n A o «177ii loei chevroi et swan 

|y4y SEDAN, heater, radio > I //O 1951 Rartlq and better 5439 J 


Par AMar Hour* ln(annal|An Ptea*a 
Phan* Ant nr 'he Pnllaving 
Seletnner 

Harold Bran*' «R*m 
Olen O Pmith E IRW 
Rem Tat;'*'. BlAdd 
0>j Mnriev. O LMI 
Ja>e nemeni* Albion 314 X 
Btnkie Tiadali. E Ida* 

Gordon Tomlin O liM I to 4 p nt 

Per An litveiiment In Mumaitliy Pui Your 
Money in ih* Red Crae* 

DAVIS MOTORS LTD. 

BUICX — PONT] AC VAUX3IALL 

O M C TRUCKS 


J. M. WOOD MOTORS 

THE HOME OP OUARAKTEED 
GOLD BEAL USED CARR 


1951 


OUTSTANDING 

PERFORMANCE 

AuDESARER • Y-* • starlight 
Coup* auinmaile drive iu*lum 
radio atr-coadIDuntr Mtraa. 

$2795 


|gi> PACKARD UCESNED AVU 
.jred fjied *»i*p* 111 ' I*'* ae*" 

Knad after 4pm 

1447 BUICK SEDAN EXCELLEKT CONPI- 
Dan eema and heater *ety r*a»'iiii'>ie 
U lit* 

CHABIIS AUTO AAl.EM OUROK RnAD 
and Ueyernmehi \*h.>l*a bought *>"l 

tiM. irh.Dd and rkChanged 

1*41 OUmMOBlLE *• HOLIDAY SETlAN 
Tao-innr immatu!*'* 14 3.NI lake alder 
rar and leraa B M4I 

at tCK Bl'PCR BtOAS, LATE IIMI ONB 
aaner. redia hee'er. drftaytr“bUie ii.n 
HIM Albion I43R' 

IIJl MODEl. A COUPE GOOD MOTOR 
urea Bnappv appearanr* ptvm* E M3I 
or MU Jar keen 

list BUICK SEDAN A-1 SHAPE IMi 
Thnmaa Atkinenn a Utrag* X Sill ci- 
O 4343 

M PORO DE LUXE l*OUPt ACl'C*- 
auriev gagd rubber C7443 nCer tom 

•JJ CMEV COOPE IN lKX>D CONOriToS 
healer luetite 8 IMI 

laid DODOr. SWAN GOOD CONlHTUrN 
tJl.t CalqtilU T4X 

1143 DOD04 CUHTOM BEDAN i\r El 
lent eanntiiaa thmuahaiil il add B .<yit 

1*34 HUICK 8PF.C1AI COUPF »l»d *• 1* 
Trade for boat 0 3144 

lilt "panel CllKV RrfuNIMTHJNED a' 
motor iiehaole E dial 1411 L.iy»arr 

'* *4 

iJiNOPORU AfiTO EAi ed, BEl WYW, , , 
1*41 Che* coupe •upeid woior. Iddb 


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blit 


« -ir A' 1 . UT 


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r "lil 


1041 Du * 

HitH KAt I <cMAI, U'lAI 
feet bitn taMn Eh'l Ir'." *' I 
aOie tor iniiitid'iu’ •>' n.,-! 

rrwltirif "r - 1 1- •' ' i'-- 

pro*i*ir. I'h •' ,r> •' ' * - 

«een al Mi-’f!' * M'l • ♦ > 

alter at.i take « - •!* 

Ilaian Has 

;!i tl P MiiHHIrt MAIMN1 M . 

1 redU'iinn **•• I *ed Id bn it- 
IV04 M> ;■«••* I" iil'iciia ii'c 
P*!mie ktia- .*f Dili; 

COVEN fliy Vlr^P M.ITMtlA CltSKtR 
ait.l i «f •• i' 

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RT ''31 J * Il *e HniJ W. 


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P . ' • 
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PGH PAl r 12 pm *7 

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t>Nai o.-ta '■ .* f'li* 4|t! > 

PAI-IIIMI > llbi> 14 n»i*r V nnlloM, 

Im ■> Hwi—i' -I'JJ • ••l•|•.• H'lA. 


IhfA t IhlUni N 

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lit! I 


FOR SALE 


Nee 


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a .4 h!i:d*! 


LOUIS NELSON LTD 

43T PANDORA AYCNUB BI1U 

KAISER VANOCARO • TRIUMPH 


SPENCER HOUSTON 
CAR SALES 

•SI YATES ST. ■ IM* 


IIW'PMEFECT I IKK NEW RADIO. LI- 

rtruF ••QO PI>on» 5Flnioi»i 4I3K ^ 

BUILDERS SASH & DOOR 
LTD. 

mo AUSTIN • EXCELLENT CONDf.~)M Otfbtuy Baku 8 1171 

Doll. racandUlaned malar heater B 3idJ _ 


IN# AUSTIN A-4d GOOD CONUITHjN 
Licena* im u 3741 


POHO SEDAN, 

'beaier 


t^.lN n V 

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SU40LE ROOM AND lWf*'*D- 
mill* 3«4 Jaiiand 

MIRAMlcnr BOARD AND ROOMk l*0l 
POi.i Bay Rnai U '>141 
RflOM BCtokRO. .WORKING MAN LA' N- 
drj. mroding dune BIJV* 

HOARD AND RtJOM P« iRe «RN1 1 EM4N 
>11 Superlar StraeC 

5i ROOM .\M» BM'Hh 
>V.\NTKn 

RIGU1HBD EoR XLDBHLV I ''DY ''OM^ 
lurlabM I.ifi»l4hed r«‘m arid *" 

pu.aie bom* IM dui»‘ "uirKt ar ta«#nu» 

Rai laot Vlrli'M* P>*M 

WARMISH ROOM BIMPlE PtXlD H* 
auired by k*nMeman Permaoef'' "" 

Soureholdar vith #«-UBC. *r<W»n'* i.**d 
apply Ba« ms CatontD 

wanted BV i^OY CHIOWrvtL PLACES FOR RENT 

{ round Hdor Virinlty N»*P"t« A. .. i* 

1114 

KLUEBLV LADY WISHES » VV 

(qrni»h 4 d bed-alUlng rnem aith boar* 

B4ltt_ 

17 BOOMH TO KK.NT 
FIKNISIIFI) 

AT~ eWAR l-iiOt'E. 31«« < RDAB HU I 
invely twin rnom or ehai * of ‘J"’’*'*' 
heilrixinil. I*n1 by da* veek ITt n# 

S Ull 

ROOMS WtrM PHIVATE BATH AND 
Bhavar da lut* *f«am«dd*lloi> hai-vater 
heat g| Ml a da« and “P. 

San Sahaitlao Anna*, or phm.e Q 13#i 

SEO-ErnnNO b\»OM and KITtplSN. 
alarlric rangetta. link, ailit**' Redulma.i 
B 34M Apply Ml Hew IHr*»‘ 

3 UADBA GUEST HOUSE IIREARFAST 
deaired Raarohabla BIS33 

BINOLX BI.BKPlNn MGUM Sl'rT MUIXT 
•g|^ittg man EI414 IMl Maion 

SLSBPINO ROOM, BOARD OPTIONAL. 
alma tn Partiamant Building* O >Jid 

M hcu sekkepim; rooms 
TO RENT, FT KMSHEI) 


41 FT.ATS .%M) APAKTMK.NTS 
U \.NTF.I). I t KMSHKII 

1 QUO 

RSQUIREO BY V rBfNO |y40he*<et 

nr.e . .-il f'irn •he'l <ar*e- 
Phnn* n Wngn* limee 
D*:> Eliai 


1949 

195Utudor 

POBD rUDUK. 


$ 1 795 1 947 “h^^i^r $2295 

SM75 i948 r.r'’:n"dV.r’* $2195 

$1395 195) XTUPEBAKER 


1 OdO SEDAN 

I y4y heater 


Its FLATS ANI»AI*\RTMKNTS 
MANTEO. I'NFLKNTSIIKO 

WAV^J* k\ 1'Nfn>RNrsliEO~SUlT7t~<»r 
■oraf »r r.>>,r 'inn!* aarai.y heated t 
ir"i-ve.va*ii "luptr tint of Mae Wi:i 
.>• '.a-anab'e rental Bot 1413 Cnlahlit 

IWii ii>l>N«X>M BIMTE HOUBR OK r>''P- 
ie« oanle-l be April 30th To* atult* 
II irna 

B1MI PRER BFRVtCE TO I.ANU1GBDS. 
RXNTA1.8 UNLlMrrXD 1314 BRUAD 


WE HAVE RENTALS' 
20 RENTALS' 

Binile houmkaeping rnoir* apartment* 
fiiMii'hefl and other* unfurnl*n*d R'>ma 
teit'aie at flreniVfind 

nKOtBTioi WITH UB Poft k SM.kt.t rXE 
AND USB Ot;B BPNTAt. LIST 
POR dd DAYS 

PByR TO lANDLOBD SFND US YODR 
PI At'FB TO RgNT WE WILL BEND YOU 
TENANTS ANY RESIDENTIAL ACCOM- 
MODATION OS BOITHERN VANCOtTVER 
tSI AND 


orrt HIIXMAN REDAN 

VjU beater 


METPOR TUDOR, 
heater 


1950 


1 949 TttyoR. 


heater 

BTANOARD 


I 948 TUDOR 


1947 


MERCURY 

Healer 


SEDAN 


1941x'5’i3i?R 

1 ft d 1 PONTIAC TUDOR 

I 94 1 heater' 

1 ft aft WlIXYS 

iy40«ewAN 
I 9 j9 SEDAN 


DilDOR 

m>oR 

Pt YMOinW 
SEDAN 


1939 

1936 


, ft«5c rHKVRoi.rr 
I VJ5 SEDAN , 

1937 


\i]^5 
$1395 
$1995 
$1595 
$695 
$1295 
$795 
$625 
$595 
$595 
$625 
$395 
$225 


$2195 


inert CHEVROI rr sedan 
iVDU Radln and heiier 

1 Qcn COUPE 

I you Cui'am Healer 

1 Q^A ETUDEBAKEft COUPE 
I you Radio and l,ea'ed 


1940 

1949 

1950 
1949 

1948 

1947 

1941 


METEOR REDAN 
Radio and beater 

VAUXKAli. 

SIDAN 

AUETIN 

BIDAN . 

VANOUARO 

SEDAN 


1311 Kalaee Rpciiai Sedan Equipped 

ana-ovner tar Only 4 400 mlea 13 tSd 

Illd Vanguard aadan. a ont-nviier. 

tav-miicage. g<iaranla*4 car II 131 

1311 Triumph Maiflaver aoly 4, Odd 

muea. nev car guaraaiia ..It. 11# 

I3M Mnrni Mimr rtcepcioflally godd 

candiiinn. a goad buy ti 11,131 

$2095 IHl-Plymnuth Sperial D* Lut* Badan 

Healer EkeeUent roodUiMi II lai 

SI 995 aedaa. goad cohdmao .HIM 

I4M Pard Prefect _ ^ lldl 

$ 1 895 ’•** Angl.a n'lf-avner rar etrtp* 

tiiMiallr vail cared tar vlth lov 
Tftc mii'agi .. - 

^ ' / yj lilt ctirn’er ladao nev pa.nt re- 
nndiiloned malar brat*r eir 

$1395 1434 Mnmt It rampleiely overhauled 
■sniar. eranamieal trancparlaUao 

$1295 hair-loo pkk-uf 

IMS Paallae aadaa .. .. 

$1 295 ■ IS44 Morn* ■••Ton Van Malar avar* 

hauled Nav Uret 


SEE ONE OF THESE 

]I4I Ponlite Sedan 
I»4« Dodg* Tudar 

1447 Chevralei Tatpedo. Radio. 
Healer .. . 

IIJ4 Cbevralel S*<l*n 
l»17 paid Pickup 

1414 Buiek CanVfr'mie. Radio. 
Haalar. Nev Tap 


IMl 
fl 141 

It ill 
1411 
IMl 

Mil 


ms OLDBMORILE SEDAN OrtOD CON- 
rtitiaa I7li *04 Cavper 8ii*f O 3dao 

IMl BUinC TORPE.DO REDAN IN PEn- 
feci ruDditlon 8 '144 
I IMd MJRO 8EDAN. VERY GOOD SMACK 
> 1371 n 4*34 

47b TKLCK.S AM) TK.4II.FB.S 

FOR half: 


KFEI'k 


KUHLS 

YOUR ftfAT WATEHTIfDIT* 


-a-' 


i « 


P'< 

r* 


IMS 

1441 

•4SI 

1131 

MSS 


lldl 


USED TRUCKS 

CHPVNOfjrr ONE- 
TON PICK-OP 

CHrvnm.rr one- 

TON PANEL 


$1295 

$995 

$675 


pnoor C3NP AND 
MAI.P-TON VAN 

Remember a Gand (>*■' Depe&'i* Od 
Quag Dralar 


14M Pard S-Tm Plcfe-Up Oaod Uraa S331 


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KER & STEPHENSON 
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. $1650 
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AT 

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BEAUTY - COMFORT 
luxury 


M WANTfrU) TO BOKROW 


BROWN BROS. 

agencies limited 


CITY— PLEASiWG ViFV* 


S8500 


tau uria ifvOrtMMh* •■•fiicuiif 
rulfiiiua riiUOi Dl*(>4 UtoD**!' u»thliH>n4 
filtad *aMlif and 4ouA.< liauJlHi*U (o 
hiah (ull imuiMUlal* bufidfiit (hrra ■« 
laundrf. aiKa l.iitel aaaiiiMiBi and 
ihBurr tlufafaoiw ft, ul.-O-MAUl' 
HOI-WATKIl .lifalil*# and inaulaiao roal 
and aall* Hi* arouuOt aia a at 

».-aiJ't and UfiUlf ottA ***t» *••«» at 

4m,*mfntai and (OMotririai ^tarutia and 

fiiiita iftMi. ft Aian auuiad and *’ • 
Duil< Aara* ar .o* ataota ■ititaan hu<*«e 
t ;r IM ■irda a:id nan* fuua(* *< ’ 
h*a i»**4i tpa**d lo buildinf aid 
,kf».. hr,, r 'n;« Av»* ain.»a t- 

'ha IB, >i •aaitThi buitf !tia prt >a 

:r'*" ^^21,000 

I W Baiter S }M!> R air«ii tiW»D> 


F. C. WOODRUFF 
- REALTY 

E9B43 

APARTAt^NT BLOCK 
BRAND NEW— STUCCO 
NET !3‘>o 


fliiHi* Id 


THREF YEARS OLD 
0*1 Atf Conditioned Heot 


SERVICE STATION 
MODERN FIVE ROOM SUITE 


It A Juai » 4 i ulijeiilae If I H**rr • boy^ Td ju»l 

HRiurall> prefer nir lo hir.” 


Ruijf arin.1 brd’ and la'tr • 

»i'B (f-iiiaif d'tinf lortat »»'>'■ 
.hfn *'ih '"«» ■>' rapb'-a'd apa r • 

pr,* naihi.om hith aptfiAu* »•%•»» 

aiih df'** ih •• a«f 'lOdii *a- ten 
Taart apt>tu4m>a>f •> *••• .* an 

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*«• te' » *'| S*f* _0 D''' 


(«• a’ad in laimmiii 

V,('ai«a *a wnaa* '• OMi p*' 

p.tl* a( rdulb'iteoi ai'd 

room tunaar i*n *<> -i II* • 
fr*i n,<iiBa liomat* T*' 
bii.dtni ;ii,.ia'’ • Ua >■• vonit 
aiiB *« ,'Pmani a-oKR t* •"'d *i 
Ihi.. pM4f at buildo I **>• 

< ' a •* i«'ud i 

Datt art 

A*t !df Ml A4f 1 Ml lA 
r»»» Krai nc 


56 LISTINGS rAVCKI.KO 57 HOIISK^ FOBjnAl.K 

IPif WUAUHA .n^tll-r WJlH by R Yi-AHK 

*i.d Mr MrMaiiuii IvbO A Coar.ti* 

H-mr» Ud »*J1 OuaUra 8»r*a' Pteaaa 
atnd u* wut 111* *4fMbif^ I 

Avcnua *»id b» M' <4'M*iten and Ui R. 

Wata of to*o * Counlir Hcmra ltd. 


THE YORKSHIRE 
CORPORATION TTD 


DfRVJCe M'ROT OVR MOTTO 
ITS OUR BCSINadlR’ 


OA K PAV 


FIRST MORTGAGE REOUIREp 

immediately 


lansdowne slope way 

M«aUh N It A .AU.'>a teinialra t,, aTTfl- 
Ifiit ondHian Throuih hah Utei, !-• 
•nap* ii>i'>( rnnm *r,d >ii'>tn( roaui ah,. 
11*1 kiichan. PfRorva* M*n'i>ovt laa am 
»tni,i tiard badtruin* Puu hiab tamrni 
ha amnit a.th dfur m i*fa*r iiairt 
htf bran lr*naf*'i»4 and nllfra ririf •< - 
,a' ’cn I ii-rt*i Bim'ftcr ar.iijhr 
Ajkin« por* « I A KAA 

Pravipt iBai-fftion asd Caiiioaua S*i>it* mf* 9 •\J J\J\J 

*'• ***** tf'lntl JJ Of**f. O *A*1 • w. Baj.*» KiM) 

Vitfiini* 


bun**,'* fteOD • rr» “*•** 
■ •n ilafwtia’* *a'f«» '>an*« JDAiin* 
. a>i-t<i »»«. r-aftna"* >a 
ati, D*r.. D> *p|i«urimf“' *7AAA 


TOWN & COUNTRY 
HOMES LIMITED 

I*J> Q»JAP»a dTRKrr 

lotit ■ tr* J* iiot'R srR’, I- f 


)•»* Auatlu Atrnu* 

W* n*cd liatinta at l»ur and ttva-raeiB 
ba«.ta* ailti lianflirni about *J 000 T#rm*, 
It puartbte P S CaboMu ltd Kt!t* 

itkRK Wk'oO AOAIN jasi OOttOL** 
.S'ltrt ><ud or Jobbtif Jamri ol Kra'f.n 
IIMir* Ud Oiiah (ola« t Ii*-* • 

tot Id U*»r oiB>* taiaabi* tatin»» 
aooui fuuta’ Calt JulinOf Jaoira M.l). 
*>rointa. B 1)1* 

Sit* RlClIMUhO KUAU AMD JIM KiNUd- 
i*r a«M or n o «*> at t«»*» * cwtii.- 
try ilom*a LianttO. t*»i Muadia Siif*v 
Phaio* II tat* (t y«u aant i«i«« l>w*» 

toM buteblf. 

«ULU --^*d Ri.'O’Xn A.NU 1*>* VB1K1>|^KN 
ij» Oi.-a.O Jt uu Rraii/, fit STft'.. 

u Itli (*>*ia* lt*i Bitu wi Kl lUUy* *1* 
Dumini-u Huad «KU DirKio * L'u. Rra, 

:4tt CBOAR HIU. HUAU SUl.li BY 
duiiitay jaii>*< ut lAr«t<rb Muaira Ud 
IJatIbca ur**iitly Itetdfd pita** p^una 
m* tvaniod* u Ult 


- «t to# at * par rant 

Rafuruy- Bnidll ti'irro him* 

- 14 ro at • par van* 

AffitHr- Vary |mi 4 up and d< 
ptef rm>>*f*IOA 

*4 «vi at 4 prr rm’ 
ftefuritr • «v*B«l n*d fi»r-rubn 
•<iinad|n« uiiD natamcni 'ui’a 
PnoA* Alt A Ouplain B** 


PROSPECT LAKE 


••Appmo ts nrpr’ 

MOMKP AAX SIO.Lino 


1038 FORT STREET 


S4300 


HAGAR'S 


LOOKING FOR GOOD 
INVESTMENT? 

PHONE US ON THIS 

T*» n*r irom hnmr* la At • "n 

VTtp Mil MBMP— «i>« 4ft»a->* 0*4*40 

AMO 

On* drorarr *•• 1 :* and H*in4 buar’ar* •• 
Al ini.dit.un Thtte pr'.tef'iaa • 

I-. a litaiwi eloa# to and *u*i 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
907 OLIVERTTREET 


$500 DISCOUNT 


INVESTMENT CONSCIOUS? 
CHECK THESE FOR VALUE 


BOORMAN'S 


A BERNARD & CO. LTD. J. H. WHITTOME & CO 


al mnr-<ao* n* HDM •’ • J2.' 

#r#«i bf abitinfO tS Vb> fa«0 

ymanU *ra *•• .nof»*hly *J'n 
rwaoa iDtUM 4DD Juate 1. 1U1. U004 
lirUr IB r*>M>i* propritf- 

PhMl Ait A DuplDIII B*i ■ 34*1 


LIMITED 


Mrmt.tr BrtI Ctiate Baard ot Vi.ta;>a 


EXCLUSIVE LISTING 


till MRAAO VTRirr 


Solordoy 29 fh - 2 6 PM 

To'iirin.K AN n»T*rR tuip •r’-'O 

PUM.AUjW tAl..!- HI Btn.D WtlM 
IMMKltJ* ■ 0 riaAPaMHUK 

APIHoXIWArbl V IIP* *au*>* taa* 

pitH'R AH* a 

oil- O MAIH' HI AT 


OAKLANDS 
$1^00 DOWN 


VERNON MARTIN & 
CO LTD. 

iri TM view riKkrr rtiU 
rmbtf •! H*Di Batata Bia'4 uf Vlri.in*, 


Oitter ^ypt ti>|.rpnm atucc(.j,yui*.w> •iih 

fUii (dorin* l■*l«’tl*lr dittaTii aaiaa*. 
pitted tuii.a r Uuiuid rpel. idud «*(jnn 
)h« Kilt .«• na> itedu -rdf urotei '<■ 
cfotlT anil til* *•□*' b.ii alii* .'or r« 

■ artar paiaHuf Pntr bitb uaiaioa a 
114 Bantu in>.,idi(.D inirrtai #1^77^ 


OR NEW DOWNTOWN 
BUSINESS BLOCK 


WtUi |"B* tetma 

Par full nanteu'*«# 
Rt.rmait Mai* *•»* t» 14' 
M Moial Irra H 4il* 


"SNAP FOR QUICK SALE ' FRASER BISCOE OFFERS 
GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE 
* Boicmenf - Goi'oqe '‘$5950 — $5950 ‘ 

Three Lorge Lo(% (Compocf C»fv Bunqolow) 

Fruif Trees - Gorden - Bofn (For a Couple or o Smoll 

Two-Mile Circle _ Fonruly) 

Porkdole Area 


litUiit irf B» praparty tTtwiufra *«»• 
. PriBcpt* WriianUal* lit* Cb** Mtrrrv 

IB jj* iiowt murrr »oi4* by KinirT 

i'- Cwna«K‘i*ted Um«»d 

,?! A.J*,.rP NOTE * 4 * VttOtillU AVBNVK 

^ aiatbrt 

U»tU 3 BXCt.UPtYfcl«Y 'Atm 


lAi.iR KNIPAnt* ihlKuah Hal 
lAPiiB IIVlHtl POOM dprn for. '*r«. 
NPAI pi"4 niHiai 
TWO l.Amil PDimnrcMB 
hill riPH •I'h AMPIK nihTP't «PA'*e, 
COh<n*lK PA.-PUPNT 
hP.rAliAfK KARM't 
MAI UBMUJI'IU iiARttBP 
th,» 1 It In aotnd tir-inu-a' rnn. 

dii- -1 and rm..uai tn'*'*nf da-9«a’'-| 
•<> 'tUM' 

All OPPKHB PI HUtrtin 
* .I'.lte* ti to'ma'te tvar. I •• 

U- J (>Tf>nU 0 1114 
M H I Bl»bblnt« O I*l1 


THE GABLES 
LINDEN AND FORT 
EXCLUSIVE 

Gtass Return $467 50 Monthly 

Hr-r .4 ' n' *na m "• -hf’ •* 

ttiM I oui.il. ,a» n Vi'-aria A* • b.j.iri'. 
ntai: tou*.d*( 'itfte iHiin a *<>"d t f y - » 

m4jia !*»• prrmapriu 
MANB.*»TV IB A CHAflAt l WUrnr* TRAIT 

H»r>PM PAYipr. A 
RKICt OP a#4 xrjT *»D A MONTH P:*'^ 
4iM:lr 111 »ip*f»i>‘ ffbo.rad 

MATH.' Hm WATlR HMT RA^ ANO 
ttrrPIOrRATT.Pfl ?^iahi*y 

teSAVTP rohrCfAMTI.4 
4'<) oreRATIVB PRAM* OP Util '* 

r*' iu*.»rir iiilrd l*hcn.* ar inma l» •>’** 
•aiA It *»** bi'h m« Yu-i *dl *»i 

!4il**l ra-iipr-a tirn 

Ceniart MaiUB Muray. B *Yf4 An, •■•a 


Bian CaralaK. Bf*a. O t*4i 


ON PIRItT MORT- 
•• 'lata* tat ut 
•r aid bninm 


k>rtH(T TO lOAM 
• *t* bdirb dactaimi. 
ba:p tipanea taur pr« 


tta <T4XA-*B - 
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AObNTe NOTK - 
lUcrbar* Ituad la 


BELMONT AVENUE AREA 


rnntart R' W AndrrMS Raa . UlIM 


dUifd q.iuaalnv vim Ihira . 
till, Id KHti. blip llra,4iait a-d* 
f^ii 'vu>-'*la %a»*inan allb n«* 
pi.<* r.aai uti* «r g 

ttIMt d 

B'a» Corpteh. B'**. (J1 


Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd 

ttU BTATPHAPD nRPFT 


Stir a Ou'*i.r Jb*’d» I 

H.ain ar a Ihitn Bmi—.a* npuni.a 
n.a*r R.tenan WHU Mrnlrrn Aina 
Pipa-I Puma,* la A I P>tp* Pu,, 
man' fub* A ai<wb <Ht Panla'a 
Prt.ia Halt Caan ttrairad 
gra' plira 


M« UiiTINGH WANTLU 


Financial Survey Ltd 

ilt4 «n»#rmiant PMrK O 


All na«;a pa.titad aud dt.uia.rd amt In 
• pter>d-d a|i*p* 'Itmualiau' Bnirai.’* nail 
"•inf ra«a> aitli Iirtpiair dii.int I ••>* 
tiKhat) atb M. ratti* pai.tri ard* 
roa**. baLpruBB ViUi i.ntei aap*iaU 
Ite'i* -'aard .1 ua. a j»or>h Upfuiia hat 
law .a.f* brdiMMW .Hubd blit* *<id la 
maut oataBam atpaiaia |araga 
huiaa barb abnatt II irua 'raa« .If lUf 
r., I'|ii*w In th4i|ip.nd d.i i.rl :w-a 
>rnP4 Boa pa«aaa '.ha dwni Hi|lt ItHa- 
>MQ vail dr*iii*d at at.rni far a (■»! > 

$4750 

APm'I' ti*.r *>n aa. ha.,d>* na.a,..' fa*, 

laid.’ 

A . 14 • V (‘*1 M A Cawibua.i. 

K«fii.i'«-' b ■''*> 


Mm timber wanted 


$5950 


JUBILEE AREA 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


WANTED TO BOY-LARIIC OR AMAU. 
ataed* at Uabar aiDDdmi or lalltd a*4 
bpebad. r*r4*4 *r uld^-dacbad. Aia« 
Innt ur atteri !'•»* pottrr iva.a and i-i* 
«r pi4c*a u 4u«p. w* viu c<«* y*u ?*'*■ 
Dnn t tali vitbodt (onaulitni t»* Itrai. 
W* bb«a bli our *vft rquipmfBt. At»m 
1 .mbri r^D lit -win - tn 441**1 R-fi 
B U4* BvanmiA O 4*11 


A Giveowoy Opportunity | ^ 

shawnigan lake h 

Three Houses. Boots, Timber, « 
Lorge Property. Furniture, Etc I*.! 
$7000 Cosh 

At 9«nih*nt md •<’ teb* m r**4 «atrr> h' 
Irunia.r by *M trae i« rB#<i - ri*» '«>«■ •' 
'ua iiwu*r '.lur ri.-m fiamr Uouw *i»w * 
a trait'* Siui** *,inu*4 -win. * 

.,'-<*•1 b>.«i«fi,'. vttiatliap tarid* 

*1*1 Irk U(bi inaulitd thru'ighaui l-ii- . 
rill'it* luw» pun,, lur vatrr fru« l*«*. , 

Hna • ftoDli lp<« ot aalrriaU and prr 

inriti'lrH lluif** ut aaorr j. 


Wii..bM,:t (aur-roon lUcc* bubfaov 
riBtr lu tebuBl Irai •pariatwn and •hep- 
p.ng tira U«li.| i uuoD am Cirrpiara. 
ivw iwvd-t.ar brd'bam* Pa'hrpoB ia:d* 
a '.rtirn. p*' -ry. >ui rwarui haatntfm. 
p.ttetl tiDl a>r tu'ha.* 0*4 H W hraiar 
Vrry luoil .t«idrntiai art* 'Uia CAKfin 
laaf* .A 1*11, iin* baiiaii* )OaUv 
N y Hair. a. R»ra. B IJ4M 


OPEN TO OFFER 
ESTATE SALE 
3639 SAANICH ROAD 


"NO STEPS 

(Neor Oeon Heights! 
HOT-WATER HEATED 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 


M BI SINKVS On*OltTi:NITIKS 


inmnyr 


Ha,f 4-0.1 Lu Hi- Tv.. lliM* 

H4<V4«|»m4 • r 4 » '1U M 44 • «t| 

Pim, „i a ... . . 

r'.n'tt* (tl ti4.b* K.'.mi i'»n. iAiih 
• i*j P4rr;iU r au*l a n.ii tn»'h P' 
vt ii.-.i.a Oaa *• I'l • f'*" r».i. •(•* 

AllapiF r*.t»» 1 - r JiiMf 
...ua* Ira* ttatbiwii dpa.Miw. K.' 
tv. -I l.-r Nana* H*i *li»-i* Kh '• 

■ ’1..IU* '1 Ha fi Hr. -■ 

.. If II.' rt'*: 11*4' »r Pitm • 

I'lW UUl'U Rnw'l S»vl» l)*'»i*' ' 
»-ia Hltn M r%>* T-.!*- ' 

.....I* Myb4I»..«.. P'll 

Prl.r 

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JEHE BEST VET! 

LAKE HILL 
SEMI BUNGALOW 
HOT WATER HEATING 


fti*pti>naiW a*(J cBOMruilfil irJar t<4' 
in* uii-u MbHc b»< air iiratfi tnr- 
ruumrd bi&dal.i* Q*t tteariit# IP «>rni 
ra«f» Ppur-pitir maiterp Miti Blrdiria 
rabiaat BMrra lurlirA Pini'tiad roorn 
and tarat* tn batainmt Aur*4ti«* v*!!* 
tapi lardm aurru.ind* thia daiiaPitut 
latidrn'* Paaarta.aA if dart e Y 1 Qnn 
Taaat Ml M Prira « I I .UUU 

..s*tr ari*i* '■ai'ii*«r*4 
C J. HarriBfiaa. B«*> B Ut* 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 


hr a maaifr riatuBta aud *ppi * 

» li -«•! wld. in • •' • i bnmr >*4 

al ra.'i** ffa’u'r* I’ i •• •*.» ■ 
dll a"«in«. mr * 1 . .mtr.iada na .iB 
r’-taca ha.. iirtBf rpam >.’ii«- 
dih rnna .’naa at atUt.min a,i 
>.pa.| .n.Mte? BWdraom B*d> 

'.fn *i'h f.. 'a airtif'r ri# !.. • m 
I,.,. . I. ’*ai,r»i and .a.H'diy .iiw* 

• ',...1 urdT'wvP* ill* •'* ' ateii «’*'*. 

Ca':» iriuB far u.iiatb.i.4 Pul- 


W.ied ar Mr Afat B 4»» J B 

l..m* * Cu l.W , 

UrtnN.IB 0 RO*Krt.v'NK*DW‘ 

9.an iBfra’mant Ca W* Bii.a 


$9500 


$12,500 SWINERTON &C0. LTD 

*3" PBonnums pt iii»i 


WILLOWS DISTRICT OF 
OAK BAY 


F C WOODRUFF 
. -REALTY-. 


f flt r-v,*n 

,»•*« Thf»# 9- f" • 
P*.*n4rni IP rani B**-R'-h- 


’RANCH STYLE" 

‘Wrth. Soles Appeol) 

6’ I MILES - 12 MINUTES 
FROM CITY HALI 

WHO yi'HIPT TH* ArPKAl. ON AN 

m-TNA MllCiBIUf MVt lluM* WItH 
on 11 MAItC HtrT WATtri ll*AT lA'i 
-lpArtMt'> BbJlHlXlMh hr*l»Y *«1H 
Y>»i I' I iHiK'* OK tA Al 1. Tr- R *1 I ' *<l- 
i’Bla IlUIUi .lUAibl tiUlXULbB AM. -A 

nrt»Rf>>M OH DB.1 IRI I amib livi»ni 
IKK, SI iipvrii 4 I»jn piiKKiar* and 

A(l.irAlNlhr| lllHINd IICplU M4V* HtHll 
A<M>U ri 4X>Rl* llRFAM hlK'ltlh U»4 
niHK »mi ALI THI. rr.NVfMparn Y I fi 
CATIO t • tie YO»' t*f« K4* AO 

jtiiMi mii.i I y RiA"M tanH n" «i «» y 

th IlluN OVIR 1 10* BteOAHb nn ol 

;.'4;:ii:; $9500 

OIKICB **«■< titR Bk'V* 


four STORES PLUS 
FIVE suite APARTMENTS 


itMaa Mr Chriateaarh 


at ihi* ♦» rpiitnatTf It- ***^'*,S 

Irani** flfa i-JBi buniala* i| a*a Pf*f A” ♦*•'•' *• 
mi f«iBtp!#'»n A tnrautn hall plan v.ib '^’**'* 
mani D»i»ri id*** it |ra'>u** ra-naift*- iupn<»*ri 

ti«b Uonc roMu-diniat tMB I* louf h 

by 11 na,(u*U>( i« II a* dirma •adoao mapa<ii(Ki 
.madam aln-fftc tltmou vHh til« *i«b and 
nrwri. .iUlll» foarr, on '"•« ttear ivi toad ^ 
ardronm* and I'fmhrnba bdtbnMm lull r*a«a C» 


P Gram 


exclusive 

$21,000 TRIPLEX WITH GARAGE ^ BERNARD & CO. LTD. 

ntrf* la-d- a-ra-'.m i-i'-. ._i'h ,*.*.*•* n «.u 


NEAR BEACON HlLL PARK 
- DUPLEX 
OIL HOT WATLR HEAT 


SWINERTON &CO LTD 


$4000 DOWN 


r,if* .. . . J I I 

A"rt nni'i pKwO* J 4 BuiiMiaa. B KM 


«;• NROVilRTOS sr 
44 I A " 14 


GORDON HEAD— SEA VIEW 
NEW BUNOtLOW 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


C. N. MONTAGUE CO 
LIMITED 


HAWKES FOSTER LTD 

1*11 lyoUfUAH sr Bin; 


FRASER BISCOE'S 

lH'IIIMY PtNllOV h*«r l*atl OltU* 


Verr a'ira :,*■ nrv flrr-iuuni bniidaiu*- 
II, (h t.iuanon «.in i^rndM -tr* <••> 
‘*’d* dt an* ihira ut an *. ,r Liyindiaw" 
114*144 iipwo tlrtplai- Oluliid "n'i' 
ttlatl BMrpvina Ual* and liaall Ha.a- 
*w«d t'PAiliit la <**•* ro«.u Vrry *i- 
itifiit* lari* klirhan «n*4 tur riwr.ric 
rail* Full ttewpteOt «iib laundry t.ai 
Ms -air cni-O-Ma'.ir boatini NMA 
1*1* tar Maid ran b* at.umrd uiuitbly 
uaftetnl *41 T*«*4 appinaim* rir l lv 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 


EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
NEAR ST JOSEPH'S 


S'" Rooms Plus 
Sea View 

Rijt.iM,. >ri t>i. ,4w^if'tc ■*! II • I ai>r ypi 
pifAty it 'im» I* i*ii >u'ir uan *i,' r- "-* 
Wta uiit i.aii aliraitt,* bwaitu* •.» • 
• 'gf li'' <11 lavri. truM 'i*** » Co** 
i« 4CIWH. playiinund and a**<P If 
»r*j f',.<r '.-firooir* mar* i» a nutiy f.b- 
urt*d rown. n wt»#v.rr-. A r ifmh #•* 
uaa lit, ltd lowat iliia far; 

I;anr* taal. luii •!** dinmd rpom B.r ' 
a, Khan Tv.» *p*,io .• brJioumi * 'i> 
*all in rio>*‘.4, a tpitd brormi',. w *> 
Ku. uatrnrnt viili nn* liaitiird i,u>,. 
*uraat»p|i Irtwt tipuuaida F-rtprouf 
drlit w (te*d* Cwoprr tank mppar p.p 
j(i| »»friiri. fund i.pn im i!*'*l ' *ar 

$13,500 

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OAK BAY 

NEAP BFACH DRIVF 
A Lovely Home ti-r Yourseivei 
S6500 ^ Fwllv Self Conlomed 

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$1500 CLOSE IN $1500 


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AGREEMENT OF SALE 


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NEARLY THREE ACRES 
WATERFRONT PROPERTY 


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APARTMENT 


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3 BEDROOMS - $3000 DOWN 

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STEWART CLARK & CO. 
CoMG 101 1 -&«3I7 
OAK BAY 

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$9750 


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PHOSt B 4'11 


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EXCLUSIVE GCRFRAL 

hardware 


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fa«u p<*«* Ptmaraka baibracrfa 4»*4* i oaa 
fiuari batevwni. taparau diauLnd 
garaff* A VIRY AtTRAi.TIVf 4BM1- 

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CAPITAL CITY REALTY C. N MONTAGUE CO 

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THIS STORY 
HAS A 

TRAGIC ENDING 


"N K'A,** 

/'FIVE-YEAR^LD STUCCO" 
CITY— «XJR BEDROOMS 


TRAr^lC FNDING rhit i.fr-r**©* iiuw« h*** »|‘b ton* 

I KAVJIV- O .»**M vtair* l« !*• -4j wllh- 

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Mil • sisuMf ii nr»r« n»» ii»* «l piii n • ni»« •«*<*"•« |b*»o boB>r» K hM 

toti iw»*r Mrti wrn »tiMA «iA>ir '■ i»* • UtrwucA btii i»rf liyuif luea «itn 

• »«r TTii* «r«AJA tMKii- «■< lu »! -n* mK Upam «>id t>rr(*U>» Diiirttv- A 
tOd «f P AtU ' r/TApi-PM)* «>••« at *fn '<i'v rfebirir' t«<i RUiii'iil* 

tAi tnur* i-9’4nUT*.->* p.'.Mi>acri t«a ip’. •« Jimpwa* i.ti «uni iuy>t pl<u 
to ih« ct't t«r(rt In« uUai hkpuuq (lutuita h*aip4 t‘icn» up Kmir>B<t'a 

P'.r><«4 tn 'Bf n< p/rr.tiii pit p.r« <t Pp'Acoom Pulf bPipin«o< viyi 

ro7«ir trrrpin. pnd <b* lapa *rt <v part ip<i,'tni ia>,ni . fuiupr* tMppi *a p^l 


«7 HOI-HIW FOR RAI.K 

Copitol City Realty's 
CHOICE OFFERINGS 
\ 

VISTA HEIGHTS 
• "A BASE ON BALLS" 

MpIp tht down parmtat. tiu rppi I* 
cr»*y L««tiy atB»-r«om noM« firt vaar* 
«M lour PBtf P AAlf roam* «Mh four- 
DMfp MibrooiB lor oamar T^r*t room* 
up ai'h thrrc-ptar* MiAroam rtatinc 
tor tAO n<M»hir T«p room* in Ur»« Ppm* 
man; aim t«ll*t rantlnc lot It^-tinwihir. 
Hi|h v>- p'.uia Pith tia# Wurtn lb- 

v:r.\z $13,000 

To».|iy Wptr>« O tM> *y«niai> 

RANCH-STYLE BUNGALOW 


57 HOrSER FOR SALE 

fTTj. CABELDU, LTD7^ 

lit) »n^D »T ■ Ult 

•UrPORT TMK RCP mOM -IT U 

A nwR iRtTirrmoN 

WATERFRONT 
OUEENSWOOD AREA 

Aloioat OM pcrp ot iortlr ppicritcat ptP- 
.*«n» »»r» p'.trprMrp ‘itP'raom rnn-n* 

irp* bump ,i« !pri« .ivuiic* roupi Jlpll. 
• im opra ItriplP.r pOfld-turd d*iI- 

xiAiQt cppinAc pitrhan »i(n urrptiatt 
ntaic pnd i.t* aiCiJupt T*t« Kilchm and 
Ui* dinint i««cn *r* Ouin pantiicd m 
.tlPi H«(-Pir rondtiMard b»t 
Uuurppi<«4 »>p« bl P*P iitpixtp Pod 

?;sr;*r{s^ sis.eoo 

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“ To^ & country” 

HOMES LIMITED 

rUORI t Tlld - A.NYTUU I 

X.MOUH unvtcK ^ 

LANSDOWNE SLOPE 

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bom* t*n >t«r* old bnitipnl.r ipibK'fiM 
B«*u(ifut<r dPiq'Ptrd I 4M IP*: ul f oot 
»pp.;ou« ibriiuflb Aati litio) rpnoi 
9P te*: lanc. dmTii« town miA« 

ii:* piicban «-in *«»rp nXItriT fpoiiu. 
utiUi) room ••• i*r«* #odroo«P »“>» 
t*in rupboprdt fotd*b vpt f.oori. biMP 
pnd Mu* ’.It bpibioon tull b»*Fmtiu. 
PUtompiK Oti *.' toridlUOn*d. dnaa-.n 
l«rp((. »*t on P Ipri* lot. pr*,*l bP* b**n 
r*«ur*d It Mb tn <llr«t Pb innadtpi* pp.c 
R teli t-nr.p «i'.b 


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^o^X^ountry” 

HOMES LIMITED 

IM) QCAXNU nitiri 
Vbot* • 7)T| .»~)inrd4rv*nie« 

irpPORT op THC'RfD CKOIM » A 
MURD tKWTMe'fT ft ttIU. PAY 
mVtOKKIM 

S6600-— tUGtLOU ADR A 
$6600 

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a r*p| Bi>*^trp*( Tbrtr u p nur 
, Utinp rtuim biscbru -aitb buea g u.iiy 
Prnusrot* Mthnam pad faur M^* 'bi’Tl- ' 
roan* pbiI ibp IwU 


K!ra3!llll 


1 nOrSFA FOR KALE 

fFnangal SUR^ 

LIMITED 

F>$IRF1ELD DUPLEX 
OppoS'Je Beocon Hill Park 

n-r.j in** ;-’u» 

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$14 200 

*•» iwf 1 d|w : ■ P* V* » ■'*• R*. . -Co 


DELIGHTFULLY SUBURBAN 
9 .Acre of Btfoutv 

p.iv* > «i>» *•« p.U vll 'Ik uraip'. P*' i 

■ l.'pt-miip r. • II il*"! * 1'p‘tpr Ht'.i *<*• 
L'i:s likii:* p:.u P.t.r A ppH*.: aucjuiban 
llltl l;ni* li>’fd tuu> ■ 


57 Iim-KFS FOR RALE 

KINuRLAlTY 

B2131 

^ HIGH OUADRA 
3 - B E D R 00 M-eUK GA LO W __ 

p.i tpp>> r ** toor* and ain.nj 

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.b" pp....ii..t< napr:.- - pall f»8**m*nt. 

' and <C'i »** aar p fp •IM* 

... P* .P S8500 

AVOlllPR niphpr uii V»t* pppI 

.'ppii r ' - - - piiT iB:f« bi.i.ni 


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*l-p.' B'.aa;pl' |*|p|r %*i| tiir’(> 

p;:* ’ $6600 

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D.aii aaa *u ibc:uap a *uns*n ilklli* MMO* i aiurco OuBHlb*. B*pr LaO»<lci*B« *tnp* 


p.pii apt *w iaa:udp * «un**n ii^iii* mmo* | 
a. n tKPU'.lfiUlV panpUM *1 •i»r» . 


*<wc(o buBBPtaa. n*pr I 
tnroucb'bBli pLpa iBrT*^ 


ra* ttap* 
room aitb 


a. n tKPu:il>Ulr p*»pUM •*.■» *« »i»r» . r/ratocd pn riv/c nnPnAiC" . »ntou*b.hBli pLpa lirT» ilvin|.ro©» aitn 
hitii. lodimt liBBMBt Mbiiid arnamm Pt rAmritLL> — rIVt KUwMj ' firpiUau. «u»»t-*iM dininc roan, lonely 
|p.>« (p.uni on* d«»iUPd a*.-, lir** •H’- ^ ..... I mnarra rdbir.rt KlUbm aired for ran**. 

ooat to «•** **** 01 *** bOTie *ou*o -t *OIL-0-MATIC HEAT I uTiiity room off aiih tub* i*« load brd- 

».*». b'lili'in ratio atm .pp*a*r a.u<i<i . r.K.Bu. cl.iiet* uttra-mooern four- 


in* *m*'* 'Ttfeput* ivt'.rtP' *d '* Lorpted n« p i.il* qui*t rcpwtrnllpl itreal. piate Penbrnk* bp:hfona. bapu'itul npp 

a.pfb :r.f'ti*win Til* d.n*Uf Taa wa* '>.4 ...ypir •tn:r e’j<d bumaloir* U on (iMtrrfn ball and main iObm> fail hub 
to :/• ol pan* i*d *a- ' pipent..* .iin'. mr ibara*! fur bt (ir«t tim*. and bP* bpirmtni putonatK air cobdituned ^oa* 


paid pfiHal itreal. piate PeiDbrnk* bp:hfona. baau'itul nak 
Bub<Pl'>ir*u on (iMtrrfn ball and main iobm> fail hub 


MODEL FARM 
ond a 

DELIGHTFUL-HOME 


iu'ure*. pill •»■* aiipbipdt nf the 'i'* i-. m . 5;^ qm *,f CvinprUPt Kereptlon me 

And ift* «rihi>n' •III . m* *’a» h»i; mrfp i.tinc rirwtn aim «:»*" llfp- m*B 


All* ift* «rihi>n' am . m* *•»* h»i; mrfp rirwtn aim «:»*" llfp- mabt ThP iroundl-o* 

tbpn apt to .p a funen I* poO b* itmir.y room Canlraf bPli* M«p*«i a\vb froBi and 

fiitid**? nnp*« «l *n» njw«»»if* o»*r nai ,,, rabii.et kiUheti aith foot, larnipl •hnib» and ordi 

air* *1.* aouid ria.p an ou’iKk tor m»iP« o.4i,,,r tmtr *ud «Ptb*np burnpr m- home no l*rm» jl 

arid e»*r» no-ik and h 1 -/ bojiA oe p.- iai.i-»apa. ixdi.jome pi'tt aeeeMarr for only 

to .*« for b*r p*i.p*«;rnrp I*'* ‘2® T.?. i-=sh** rtoapu. p*au.r«iP« barroom Poll Cltde KKord O 

throu«h--B*« j-"?* r*t.«..,i o**a.B*ni *i»n avwm.ti. oil I... " 

ir.rnt, oil t oot furr.* p PP.J Henou aMn- Aut..q».t*c hot apier lat>k ll*rd. 

s.s?,. ;;r. s " so □ 


ptipthed carace aim door (inn b*-*- About 94 miiPt fton VtrtBnp U» a baau* 

ThP gfoundi-aaa baauMIully land- ufol eeuing i» ao# «( ne nwt aur* u.a 
.ft aivb tfOBi and ba- k ipao* otbt* i'tUa fatav* '*n me maipet It tun*u‘i c*l »• 


Sr^Tpi .hfub. and ot^den tW*-* A groitou* pppmi.«*i*.y it air*, .n tinner pp*u/a Bpiancp .ma'l moolhJy Pt>meite» at 4 . p^tty 


Clyde kltord. O 0046 c«*nmia 


S I y r\nn *nd garden The bo-j** la a compleiny mp 
I O.UUU niodPin tik-room k»m>>oubga.n*. Lotf* 
ii.ing mom ■iih «•*« fuaplai*. thruugn 


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' Mint at Uay Coniart W H Ui Matma B’lTI fcfra 

Atttoia J7» K 

I $3000 DOWN 53000 DUPLEX— FAIRFIELC^^- 

THfUaC BCOHOOMB. HIGH QOADRA- 
' ♦■.-M'ar-0.4 »tu<ro bungatu* Cabinet Ctnc^^WpCinE 
*.:rn*n, d.nene »ery nir* iitmg room cpt jiL/t 

• nd (ir*P>ar* full bbvameni, nat-air TUr* tB*itt-y*ar-9ld btaultlut pi*'* of prop. 
. ta.e looiiar bot aatpr lan* e»pr4.ri* ,^lj drive*in **.«('> 

• i>an»r* mu*t go eati tocm (fiSOO ta'ind-p:i>o( na:i« tr.d *-‘a ' an a»* i<i«* 
j Pu;; »rK* JIOOW ,,4*onab;a ttitb* If »vj atp a i*naa « 

a Balancp amaH moolhly p*>m*iiy» at ♦* patty C 1 /t OOD 

» Puis nri'p itaO/ZUv 


* MUr Lara* riuim »■ . a 4* i PA' • H 'F 1 M, Fv 

Cooiart W H Mi Matmn BUT! fc.ra , li'pp.ai* ihtaugh •^£1! tni*dei>i rabifiei ' • i 1 - i- i w t. % 

Album n»B k.'.hen ‘fiL High IP kn-i «•■, ha t.ak. a gaiai .Ua.l, 

,*** am-mapr ‘f , Jf” « j« aM a : n. h«B»* «( ro.»n»; 

aimu :. .»* phd all II.* «n*poii*d bp.uij fandin.m! 

• aa*v prop- « 1 A 900 »l* • ' ' N-n • m li«*Pi»'e d-i u g 


*a»* contact A H. Ja<ti*oB. BpI 1710 


Dial h*-n*..i rib no norp hard a-titt b* 

pi ifl a’»p no* oei in* **p of •»'» apron- *hU I* a da^d)r at 

t li.hmpni All me :m*(inat.** art mat Ouy Bmitn Bit 
aa b**n ihp **t» (ounilai.nn nf ih* «on- 
p piKtion of tnia hum* m.pt no* b* i»»*n iTr^ar 

UO and i'irn*e Pi»*r I'j ai".’het »r>o ;%n CjwKv; 

«i.n'tn j* ina m tn* ,an#_p*gih*.''* ... _ 

a ay *b 4 i*efi*l.l fioni a faratr •i-inin-'l -"|_nVct 

u ppaur* of lM<n* ownpr.hip .‘i*t "■* * ,■■■1 - 
neip* •«ir*ht ♦» ftOA p*ah plua rounti*** Ten-tag r«ol4 atU'.i 


'«ii*r,i ten i.oa taara C*70CA 

ThU I* a daody at $/03U 

Buy Bmitb Bltt7, K«*nint». O 1011 

"GORGE AREA" 
-“tOVEl^VIEW" 

Ten-t*gr«old atU'.'d butgaln* fi«a •>li- 


$1150 DOWN 

liuom' Hoina'er Oi-O-Hd^tr baa! H*<- 

WALKING DISTANCE in* dometue n« »at*r Bf*e***ay Imn rooern I. SM dnan 

! me garag* ana totkanap K>en 'tia i.acn, Pul. fwn* 

flnf- aateo-rodot reaeifile nr family ham*. chKkin nmia# and Inal ab*d ate pirmt- 

flo*# la »*tv aiiratsit* locaiion g-iud eaqua "ni* garden Btound ib* aoja* i» 

<ar<i«a prieed In* tor «ui'k aat* Moaihly urauitfuUy ta.d *ui in (Uivati and anrub* HloH L^UAUKA 

Datmpoi* IMtirabI* piopafty lor botn# Lovely mnuntatn vl**a Clu«* tu a*a and 

Mjnxiio.* ezCAA e*t*i.m fubing Tner* it vinll»lt*d ai'er flii-toom bucigalna thr*a 

jOwL/U from an ey*e-iunnlhg apfing eiT 7CA bedrjQmi Pu.l prir* 

Mr llBlPb. 0 4416 ev.islbg* >l/./00- 

Pnr (uim*r paitieu-ar* pl*ata eea'.a't cAtRFIFl D 
DCArriM UH I PARK evpmng*. Keaiiog I’Amritl-U' 

DtA^aJiN filUC rAf\r\ nH <roI!rCt> B.i yooma. Bemi-binga' 


hni! |UPii-«i«a dlQiui mom. caolnvi k.t- 
eben. oreatfapt bank uuliiy roum. tnai'rr 
bedrndra aod baihriKiin. Upstair* ut mo ■ ' 
•otPiy badrooma and anoiner lull bam- 


Pul) pri-a J I *♦< 

Conia-t S.irm»ii -’f Itar- i Wari, 

Cre* 0 :4ll • B .461 

$1000 DOWN $1000 


. X \t mm V I VwW VW « V I ^ ^ % 

8pvoa-ta«m a*tm-bung*.»». four* b*n* 

r«||n. IMCKt dnan $7000 NINE YEARS OLD 


Krr* .4 good iir.ng n.ib makimdn af *• ■* 
.1; purwnae* ar.: al an exi ep' • 
B':ia It ha* t«o bedroom.. .:v>ng r->am 
«un firea.ai:c 'abinet k.’.<l»e* •-'b Iwi- 
1 SSO ' roainr-uiii.ty room a'd inip* dp.* 

.91 hMhrnBRi A. IliP aBialTrri.. .» *« y 


Mr ItBirb. 0 4«g# rvvblBt* 


or r.iigp Ian b*dt<i'imi and 
r.i*Pti .tBln-iiiri (hrap-olee f 


BEACON HILL PARK 
MODERN BUNGALOW 

NO irr*M Idaal for reurad eouple. 


FAIRFIELD 


bmbroeni A. Uir aaiai.-g.i eOZA 
lav priie of '!$OOLr 

Comae Nomaii tk*;» vr Bi;>ia P::r* 
at B7316 ANY T^MB 


$ 10,200 

Cui)i«pi 1 G. I*a:tip* Ry» BWU 

FAIRFIELD 
THREE BEDROOMS 
OIL-O-MATIC HOT WATER 

Sin#.'.'* nf * X * ' -rj • ■ ‘ .n *1' 

■ 'ti,ir;/n H»: ‘ 

-•i a '•■—•-• !■ '« '* ■ • ■ *'“• •' 

p» ill c.tp • IX Pi.. ■•*»*-»>pr' * 
r-«t; g.voj lira' tig ' flll.e-n »• 

59500 

k C U'Cnnn. 'l r*. O U19 

Olt.. - i» ««' 

NOTICE 


lie . V '.g r.^..,n am lityp.app dung 

1' iPd *ri4 ba -.!-i.im O'. tiooi. 

)ltrja..>d 1.0. in 1 hw aptii.iua and 
I «p n*drn,<fisa up ruil haaemp'i' a ’h 
. ■ I .1 1'*, r ar. / «" a •--•ai a-'d ’ a *». 

> 'i- f.if» Ou'. '* garagp Mr da 'Pt 
■ ■f. ••• -a :n»tnn:- ■ 'fiia pr'pe"* A-n-a 
-xmA.m.t*. a. -a, .gee • $8400 

M: Ueadi*. B^ U .. Bvra. O >I6> 

$1500 CASH 
EXCLUSIVE 
OFF^AANICH ROAD 

P>>*i-4**np uD iba marap' bpat a* a p«n 
I'l'ai '.MMii. and ba-*mpi>t in ae'i B»nd 
."Tiuui.W bra io«t ai.d m.iltaUd Ama<l 
I "(n in Ha-emm' aC'acUa* li.'npr I'lub 
ai I a ■pxiV! aaidf-B xma.t ehttapa 
t ' Haauu.* lantp inrlu'ipu al*n fup. 


high gorge 


B I room*. BPtni b inga <>•, tATHD 
:br*a badrooma Tuliprvp 

Ccoi#ri~A H Jarkaon, Bel 1*90 


B t ’ ' WPi 

)t30vU H*t# fAU ^ Of •jrtfmtn* a ..rol mAfHhkf 

in;rt?';rnr\ir.rV't'^:..!:;^m‘vr.o S5500 

LU'* a'.r*.y.*»'»b’. « .I'ni^uird M C.u Hugh M B.*ari. kvr. » 1699 


pl'lTxo, r«d'" 4?rn -nip IMIENCITY tt-K-. .in Itt-ra. . V*. almoti riP* 4’*-rn..m bungala*. p*, *.**»(« V-nggln* living f««m ATtnfJ 

mt.’tt thi# all *a» a’Anad you rvttf >»ke fur^iT^* ,.js,maii *flnmeMr h«i ^aatrt **'‘**‘’ •'‘''gm*/ '■»“** tiieplacP .n gnehan aim dining apa.p H GH LOCATION 

n..r rr.p rpnenex ..«i.,g lOom. nalfay auLiy room off kit- .■« h*dto«mi. -tan.mp.p baihranm lanar- 


n.*f f'if 
Juat 


'UPLANDS SLOPE" 


$9500 f>riy*-lri garagp Pimahed •l**|>ing 

r"" "•’" $8950 

C" Bnina ipima 


TIlERR AHE MA.NY loyely borripi in miu 

RP* rtiftrirt Nu« ft!.' loo ban. •!*« ..n*a.i/-.i r^x-wif.. 

TIIBBB hrunooMB a' 4 ptjj? •»“''» '* RANCH STYLE 

really at»r*-tiiP Thi* MlJt.RrJOM .a- 

Ihl --i' "3 B R 'S- 1 1 00 50. FT." 

Kv ',:rn:‘:*:d^’;5; "oil-o-matic heat" 

2L.V';S'’'’?VouV view ‘lot T^'.l A half-year-., Id rarrh- 

‘"hi:- 

’ -w rnn LVi* Bhruii. and floapr. 


Call Ed Olaofl O 4S6*. CUfl OrP*n. O 4906 Of 


-’i-'E haw uuLiy raum uff kit- bedtnomi, -tan-pie,* baihranm »#wir- 

n •i**l»ng ,u,„ (jU, irit iintvd. four-»i»re Pemh: .k* toilet full haaemeot «*iiar#-e garagp 
CDOCrN iMthro^'itn. neer nxrk and *ea .arg* Hn'-aie turnnra. nit* gt'dpn. large lui. 
’•Or-.e'p at*ath*d girag* W*U •ortb aia.ng orlc* taip* • ff Cg* Art 

.on leroui ^7950 CF'’’* - ^DOvJU 

• n. O 4906 of 9 f 7 <J\J Mr. Benneil . B 7171. eirninga E 4119 

Ken Waherg. EII66 Evra 


MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! , WALKING DISTANCE ys7, A BA.RGAIN DUPLEX 

GROCERY AND COFFEE BAR f u o«».n. 

Jamea Bar dl.’titl 8t«-rooin aeml-h-inga- . ^ -u. u ii.i i. 

Orotarv «nd offrg bar roaiblnatian. rigbl ]n« nv.ng r.mni fltepinre large kitrhen QAK BAY SPECIAL ” ThP^'».p*«.p m_ 

lb lb* fieari ot Jh* twurti! buiiori*. iieaay «ith riming .pnre tan b*dr~,m. uite* wr-irv wrx , w 1 "" ?!? ?.. ? ... V.p,. 4.— T 

incal trede Paur-e««m li»tng buar-eii ■and tnerr ba'hrdocn l•onr*Bl*0 -talna** lo ■ntrea tire badrooma. large lifing room in* re urn *1 •.. •»• 

• ■■«rhed gareg* ip.iSuded »ith large ror* («-. he.frooma up*‘air. Pull ba»#meni j,ning room labinel fc«*phen. baaemeni Conimt S’”man W*-* ur 
apare fliiw* at tr.vur e Ni.* aquiPOPiii hot^r (umarp ga> aj‘«niatie hot vaipr furnate and garage Thu la a gr*i><l *i B 7976 A.Sk Tl>L 


$ 1 500 DOWN ' ?L:‘':ep‘:*uv:cU;‘;.''«;oi'-r.‘ef 

;^r’: T’;rraS?Jr;r-. ^'L“prir.“':.ih v.m. 

mt» el linng ri>"m ntlh fiteplare avw- CdAar' Herman Mar* op B 

Then with til* link tod U«mi« tonm- and ,t B 7976. ANY T!M 

tbree-pfe''- ba’hmotn That* 1» an nu<- 

« V.;:." •”“ $7500 A BARGAI N DUPLEX 

Contari M Ourbiry. E'**. « *»»* __ . 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 

Her# I* a louitr -aif-rnr.tempd dup** 
ayaitahie imreedia’*'; A *j.«# f”* 
aanei *'id r r - v . .■<* .iihef -iIj.'- 67.> 

Thiv IT imaied nrar L.i.iieii Af*..—' '» 

nl 'ha Be*i ffuirttia i<- U.e citi Tint l<*p 
ju«' been teducavl 61600 te effe'* I'n- 
medi*'* a*'e CCOKO 

PuLi priee, viih vim* jlOe J\e 

CdAir' H.vrman Vl’er* op B-ron Price 
at B 7976. ANY TtMB 


a doati i-ayairwl vn a houaa, a" 

Mr B.p’' *t fret, t‘«’ I 194U ar 
Mr Sailth. t 6*64 


OUADRA WAY 


$1000 DOWN 
$40 PER MONTH 


"t 

M-erc-' I 
I J • deal : niert 

,y Ptp> J;«xr . 1 ' 


X v»/~\ I f'"T' rMiii.e *(lree r itvi.* and ••e'hrnni* 

. . . . # ' u ,•■1 .M l.'i'* ‘fipp i.c |taaai'<pn' I .r» 

.It* *iii ■« *)“";• "e.,* '■*'• -arakP Np**i* mn# paioi immeaia'a 

.;.“;.,per:-r.,. f.,i...wp ™ $4950 

k’l III.! '..‘M l>i«p C* Mt Onudifli R9111 Eaaft.ngi d >966 
r Pill a> ■: *>. gi.* 


atriieo bibaatnu ha> tpprvxin.aielv incal ttede yuiu-etmai living quar'eiinnd nier 
'Ouarr (pel (}pnr vpacp lla< a •••«rhed gareg* m.-luded «ith large ror* («-. 

lut «ith laana snruua and flnapr* apar* Hima ab mvor e Ni a anuipopiii hot' 


■ Il.iini *. 1 y cexex anw fi'ivpi* apar* nwr*a ax P •".* p--ia.u-.- *.• if, turriaip a»* Turnace atm aaragp • I.pp •• - •• 

.10 lie I <4 ff j i Kftjj 0on vtrr e.n.* is gotl .our*p Com- Barna aplendid rereni* and offered an*y dMi*-io garag* plea garden. rACrtf^ |.•*'lotl rmtth "f tn# Avpnu# and on# 

Pte.ae C... Mr Be.. B 7.6, glier ^Vf^ra'^VoVr."* V;ic.r.“ eVh:: ’'“V'Se'nb.U. B 7.7. .veb,b,.r4?,r^ . $8400 R, 

Evpf. 0>AS.dt B:1«. I":; ‘r.'S::lv..:;;^,n^^^.'•^f;;ree"LV:: X*mp E.44».tx.nm,. ^ K.udl! C«nu<t R □. hey .renin.. O 64B. 

} ««*«• uiHttm- .rti ■*■ an «*n> ! a A* a If itii lae 4mu-4Mg-o6B moaana M4» • A. 


•PtU hax 'h* haipmr,.* - -» • M fx 

44? '« a m.mUl an-4 h* u’l-p '• ' 

• A* fff :he ain* B' i, . • af* 

.-on'iinPd ThP 'a»P' ♦•* ni.j *4. * 

Ih* teiutn *i «h ..ap'im*"" • vf. i ■ 

Conimt S'”man W#‘* or B ran T: • * 
ai R 7976 A.SV 'tlNIS 


■i.rn ig*)o.i’ la**: fan.. ■ or 
retrau* nnihe 

<• - . • M C lira, i * 
Bra B76I) u<i * u 


$8950 


VICTORIA WEST 
SPECIAL 


DEAN HEIGHTS ' bV.r'7.;i* i]Z‘. fXS^^Juu.^rS'JiJ.’ ' FAIRFIELD 

n A a .y i_i T\y OC ’’la'i* pieptrle hot water lank Aulama'ie ' 

RANCH TYPE Thr«-Bedroom Bungolow 

ATTRACTIVE STUCCO HOME .•'”<1 ““■•'r,,;'!? 


t«-.— ^ wyn* rtWBa? fTmuTb An rmy ! 
• all-t»-«.ail rugi fnur-pip.p (Vmbf.-t* i 
bain Oak flonri fully invularpd auin- 
•I a'l* pipptrlc hot water lank Aulama'ie 
I Pill iipstine A new tv-hdix wa«hpr in- 
■ «lu4p(i AtiarhiHi all-plaa‘ere<l Orly* in 


taae-ivpe t>ungaiow in np*fiy-d*<r.rnipd 

eimdcton tlw* »n nrar but** and aehnnli rv//~i i icix/c I iCTlKlf^ 
Living r<*dm vyib flT*Ttarp ctinnai kit- tXCLUblVt LIjMtNo 
Then ntlh nonk *par» us* rang* and ^ ^ r. » aexeex/x 

kartiane huropr mt-tuded 4w«i utUltv CADBORO BAY— $9500 

rmim* la.i tine badruom* Uirae-ltieYe 


FOUR BEDROOMS 
CLOS& iN 


$2500 DOWN 
THREE-BLDROOM 
BUNGALOW 
Owner Tronsterred 


i« opre lab fnnnih'r bit 
i.i* eng_Lij{»r-¥*rv *'H .'tan'iefb 


$5250 


M: Page n 91)) .•** . U 


. ESQUIMALT 


i: 4A* ■ M 

. lU.I.I.g 


* 5 b U-4! 69 .»«A i*' 

• • » t ' 1*9^9 •!. T 


Built tuai II year* agu Thi* hWJ** f**- »i.i are I*' m ihi* 

luMt labinet ki'Oiei. »i:n nwa fan»i., a,,, je.igtiitiii »; i»e b .;.»ai. * ni*a|.nr- 
«ita diniog loum thing ,*"♦« *i'i> fir* .i.g iiv.nx i.-.-i a’'li U,g^^M-it;-.»' ihp- 
place four beiiroliBi* ai.-l fug* p:r*p ppm- MAHtl'AcxHi H««iftS mi.tur ** I 


Ba-i.,.,«p l-]*ai lAp fp'iipmenr pvvof.ffwiai 

$5200 

Ml Page BJ11I tvp* 0 4664 


qrokp baihiiwnt Pmi bfPinert ai'i. bi-t - 


hatnrmim. oil rireulatlng heatpt in ceb- r>pi.(bltttl madam bunrntow ailli full ba**- intrpd hea'ine and nn»e in aara.* nilitri' cwail* M/fl) BMV- 


GORGE SPECIAL" 
NO STEPS TO CLIMB 


Ta*** oniv 67) A** Ihu and o* *uipi. ed 

• • ‘h* > a 'IP nffprad 


T7m danrtv duplet ha* lu*r b**n mm- 


P»r inlurnia mn nl*f* mn'*-' Mr llind*. nie'piv redeenratpd inaida and mil On* 
*”* • n 2107 day ar nigh*. i f•••ne ha* Imre-tmam «i*i»e wim ►•♦h-'nvr 

n'n*r iiB* ibppp-raacn wllh bath Bath 
' a.iitp* fully ae'r-eiintaibpd. Pldar* newly 
$7950 -tn'i'cl yappataie mptari Pull haapment 

^ t>M«e-ici garar* li'and np« Minneapoli* 

STUCCO FOUR ROOMS PLUS .Tvr,'. 

. rx A rraAf-a.IT ' ne*. Immediate pn*fp*>lna. lew taxea. 

FULL BASEMEN I 'Cln** m lawn a afandertul cfonCrt 

__ buy at JOVOU 

DRIVE-IN GARACjL uny omitn BJI67, Eva* own 

LARGE LOT , $1Q00 DOWN $1000 

Lnfply gix-vrtr-i.Id gloa* elucea bgnealn* 

IK;, five rooms^two lots 
full basement 

fliaora T«a *'*4-«b?iMi aM'h*n''hM Phe-*<y>m aiding biuigalnn Through hall 

enia leig* m thing roriv ai'n Mroiace Omins 

dii.l' g -I'*'* Pull fpinert ha'pm'tit aim x«a t>»dfnrpi« 1 atge tfilMl kU. 

watra b*<tfi»c4B -artri driv*-m tTQCQ then ■yVrp* -pi"pe balhrorm fgjl l.aoe- 
geiagg Pull v»rire -x' tt'pr’ fuma'p plp*rt fUiiarai* garagp 


ANOTHER FAIRFIELD 
OUIET STREET 


Bir-rear-nld iluica aerr.i-bgngalow mod- rAaiil V I IWIKIf^ 
rrn on rarner lot and aim vira*. large rA/VMLT LIVHNkJ 
m.nc r*«m aith tirrpiace dinin* room n r es r> rx^rx a a i 


FOUR BEDROOMS 


,!' STOP LOOKING '! 

' Her* It It. *6ur .tltg-fOnw bunjal- w 
I aniilu of tut averge, all lb *poll*.a • 'l ' • 


P-..II , .. 1 -n ahlip-c.rilna bungalaa. no* ne%, 
r...' tn tp.entid tundiiiun ni't ihiiit .iwiny 
xilh fll«i«;* p 'ag gp'1 be!:— .-fn- -aninet 
e ’eyien >nt>'a'pd *r;ti;aig gai*-* rm>d 
,a>lpn 'O' Annie letmt tfdOl^rt 

fill pri.-e ''III' 

cau M' n ->p n mi 

C'enldga. C'r'.'j'i '* kntA Ca-iert 


Aiw taxea. Pull ha*emeni lernratt garage, «t*t)d Mr- .p,,, pgopenv I* in immnrula'e mnditton .^1* and xoatiautly linni Then ii b *ety 
CQOKn 4*D >1*4* family horn* nrlced nghi liaii ei.elteni deenrattve repair and li iixuii room, oak tionra, gmntU ftre- 

iOxJU raoh bandit*. Well worth tn*e»iit*tior. highly recommended at a ttQCrtrt niare tbiouih hall Wrely dining room: 
own Puu $R5nn h>* PFlr* of 3>O^UU , lea’uta ol roura* U four bedronms ona 

price — - 'XJJW Crxar Iveningi E 9177 twin dnwnataira and ibr** up IFuH haae- 

_ _ Mr. Honor. O 9id6, lyenirigt m*nt. hot-air lurnare. kepyata garate - 


Tlu* Pitra 

Coniaet Marald Ware. E«*a. B H61 


highly recommended al a CQKnn plar*. tbiough hall tovaly dining room: , 
low price of JOJUU , leatuf* ol rour** is four bedfonms on* | 

Mr Crxar Iveningi E 9177 twin dnwnataira and ibr** up Pull bate- riCOA Esth Evening at i >6 I4i»*ii 

ment. hot-air lurnare. teparata garage - x«p Hit ol in# t»*T and tna 

^t on a watl-landf aped lot You will Top Buy of U--a Day- 

Biv-rnomeil bungalow Mount Tolmie area agreeably *urprl*»d when you **« thi* 


iRrvrrv* thi Charge 1 Ir.iHl | 

$1500 DOWN V'J 

At'-ae'ive live.,''.tm k.diog b'H *»!"• eopB- P».i 
i.r.vttig laigp i-ying reom. fitepi*'* dir>- pnf* 
ing room, latg* gil'lie-: i*o •,'»e;'’u* C*; 

bPdnwKrik. thr*e-pt#*e bath full < rwent 
baaemet.t hot-air (urobc* Two lai* liuli 
i-eev. •#*!’, d*o C^OQrt 

Piii*i| rlghi a* 3 >JOjU 

Contait r O William*. Ivea 0 6667 i 


$1000 CASH 


Herigold B..eM*i 
... 'A 1 »"*|P 

r,H 


Tan.iomn f.<iaikh*>l 
Pokaeuinn Mt> I 


$3750 

Call Mr Pag* n9111 Evet. 0 46)6 


Financial Survey Ltd. 


four-piefo bathroom lull bavemeni h«t- rour-aiar buy of th* week with aub- h*,, paraiog PacUm** lor 966 Cara n Vi-toria 


^AeMTsi r- ITV/ DC A I XV r‘»ur-ni*re na-nroom .u. u*'rn>pn' r«u?-al6f buy 

CAPITAL CITY REALTY *ir he*t c.^od gamm with ^ * a .cri/x ,UB»aj lama 

tso COBMOHANT.-Bt. O 1699 


$8500 


watra baorocita wttd driv*-m 
|*iag* Pull vru-e -9' 7 ^\J 

Wi'i) koma letma 
Call Ri.bprr Mil. hell B 916l| 
Evaniiif*. S 4471 

$1000 CASH'— $1000 CASH' 

YP« yot read It rightly -61 6« raoh pay- 
men* down anti monthly 
ee II PP.BNWOOI) nlRThtCT Up and- 
•ynwo duphe type TUte^to''m 
lalned tu.ir n.» ah') » n'r#e-rn.im ku.'e 
Wi'U t«t»el d',*'i Baaemeni at'b 
tiaregy Te«'a 664 fan '>* *a*lly 
vp'ipv ta * tegular aia-room h"ft » if 
nrvired ^L4775 

Oa'^anfllrg hue *4 j»*yr 

pipe«* Call M» H'lger* B 9161 
Zvr* . (1 >6'6 or U 9161 


Pive.p'wvm ai'iing bitngalo* Through hall 
to living roMv ai'h Mreoiare Pining 
Ti»a beoforn* large ta'xloai kU- 
then Three -pi"re baihrorm Pull l.aoe- 
rurns'p piped Repara:* rnraa* 
Pnni irpp< immediate pu*e*ui<m Pull 

ptUP a„h I.WO J5QQQ 

Call Rian Pvan* or lohnny Jame* 
B3D7 or E>*< 0 696* ur B g>16 


666 CORMORANT -BT. O 1692 

^ Sear Quadra - Thrae-hedr'wim hungalow 

fh Ing-dirvinr room four.ptPt# ba’nr'uim 

— - -- -1 f.,11 bs'em'ni. ho* air heat tfOCrtrt 

Ca h l3 TV) Prlra IpOaUU 

PEMBERTON, HOL'MES : , "• 


ConlaM f'»d NeiV'ft. 
Night or Day 


i!)4 oovEnNMr»rr bhieet 

U c ny 


LIMITED, 

SINCE 1887 


THE’BC. VAND I in pea:* 

* (KyPBTMENT AOENCY LTD. 

lOur 66tb Year in Baal Ekiaiti . ' ALMOST 

ENGLISH STYLE r ^^AR^h 

Thl« aitrarMv* limbpr-ktmro fpxjdenr* ^ ' 

arrhiiert dp'igneii ftitnak weii bar* from five-room 


W* iuppnri lb* Red Croat nrfvit* 
K II a unieerval lymMl of bt>p# 
in pea:* and war 

ALMOST ONE ACRE 
FIVE ROOMS 


THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE - 

g FOR $8800 ^ STEPHENSON 

61 fKM eaih Iv ib« down paymeni on Ihh 
l^iMi.p and 646 n*r mnnih ooya off ihx /-/-vn^r cocrtlAi 
I batanrp inrluthr.g prtr>ipat infereai (jV./Kvjb jrtL.I/NL 
taxerAnd mluranr*. The hoj»a aonrlaU , _ 

nf vextibul* litini rfuim wiih oiptur# AUfaeUy* four-roam whi * 
wtbdow tiraolar* and f»ab flw dln*iie »ldi'*« buiigolow on 
. biirhen bathroom and three Nedtfwtn" »ir**l Puu «**emen«. «iu^ 

• full baaemeni w|in cement taundaitnn up bOf' kepara-e garage m*« 

■ 0 the lir«* floor hot-air niprd furnaep ®* ***" ’® *" 
launnrv tub* eMrtrir hnt-*ater lank Phono for appointmant lo 


launnr* tub* elertrir hw-aater lank Phono for oppolntmant la <7000 vid.fig bubgaWw m 

aired (or range owning* and fruH tree* view T'Vdoy a beat value .p/OUV/ ,„„tg mam iHpp'a f 

» call Mr menkinoap 0 4197 DAY OR NHlMT - 0 4,97 


' SERVICE IB NOT OUR-^nriO— 
,18 OUR BtBlNEM 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
2960 TILLICUM ROAD 
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 
MARCH 28 AND 29 
I -5PM 

1 

Va-ani pa»**»*ion ,• Lot* imtrt tei 
#7Qrtrt kidtiig bubgalov, in <un*enip'" Iv 
9 fOv\J iivtiii mam fupp'af lebmei k.i.h 


OFF GORGE ROAD 
3115 DONALD ST 
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SATURDAY. MARCH 29 
1 - 5 P M 

Ta* .b*i,,a.<ni r-i li.ime Uiia llvlrl 
> .•fit lirrpiar* faidaood Mom I'aOinpi 
k.i.lien ailli I. r.p.a al'ert *nr 
;ii.«r luut (.te p fptT.b'ekp batnroooi, 
I ...I .»Bi*Ht ueoameiit eith **ira roam. 
Mill eir t'lrtie.p tu all moctw laun« 


^ rt'“ Mb» ma''hing garagp 

JOHNSTON & CO. LTD. '•ni’-aiP'l I-Id.n aed .«#•.* Iran, Old 

iiwjiVi/'x !.» '».w. w » e .od iP-de-. >Pil fhi* homr^a in 


■t letter 

V* •••• 
6>. 1 

IX' I'.UM 

prirt 

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y Call Mr Blenkineap 

PIP*.* Call Mr R'.ger* B9161 tMrar'iv# timb*r-»*u.co pp.idenre li CEDAR HILL AREA OAR R4Y Pive room* Ihrtmgh hall ha**- __ ^ 

rvr*. «> 6'6at B91PI arrhiieet rlp.igneci Bt and* weii bark rr/un ' roifor'iahii h-tma with nleelf ‘ lV*^?dt?"*uwmatiV“ MUST BE SOLD 

-’reet an I«d kH* kiudded w|ti, oak Ireek. laod.raped garden oflawn*. oak* and pt»l- 11 ^iirteiive name V rrt/x Venrinr will afceor 61 

NEAR VETERANS' HOSPITAL rgniC^-or; .^.’ffer SllfSOO 

$1000 Down-Three Room. ?.V'T4"mri?.rian'.^r. 

PULL PRICE lot ih.4 rom- tv.k Bav’ nuiet |-.*e? v*?v PUIX PRU E CAft$0 *»">pu* room aglomaile oil hea> garage bakement 


meni .aundry tray* nat.#;r luttie'e 
fwt.vo-m gaeoae «*aea leewinabl* t-s*. - LmiaU li»*-r-jm * 'if 'o 

^be keer» h> ari*oin’mem bfl-te eyrtCrt '-f'’**!"* ^ ha*e n *. h 

■ nenpptlftn Aiktiig i.MfP 9 r y nJ\J 


$6500 


~ puem down Four n*.iinuin« and nairt up 

$1000 Down— ‘Three Kooms F* >a pMmbmg and playroom tn ba*e- 

menl Aui'ima'K bea< lit eacfileni 
A -I- AA -PULL PRICE lot ih.4 roov- .ha»* tv** Bay. on fju»*l p«*e? Very 

SJjUU InritBl* b.in*a:'»w_in a'md btivihg $10 750 


t.'n'jiMi.n in»id* and oi' Three rcomt at 
and baibr-'ttm with a la'ge l*i *^'1/ 

t lie* nearly ne* 'tove ani b« 

anre ran h- arranged 10 reaauoahi* 
m'.ft'hlv patmen'- n, 

pur Inloima'ion Piea-e r-'n'i'' Mr Himle .„ 

B 2141, Day or Night 


CLOSE IN 


tree* Mbu'* rnniaiDt iitmt remm with flrv- 
' plarp lun r'wm i«rrl>pdrao(n> kitrhen and 
iiuii'y Pull blumbtng. Part rnnereta 

baiement PUtX PRICE $6850 

Ts new r*;: R V, Cak*ltni* 
^venit.gt BI464 Oa}t. 01116 


ini ,164x104 lawn thr'ibv and »ak* Taiex t)rlve-in aarse 


nld kiucun bungalow Mv* 
large room*. tuH ton re'a 
bakPTivent Hul-alr hei' 


be keen h> #n*oin’menl bfl.rfe 8:70^1 

I Inapprtion Akkiiig i-iife 9 f 7 J 

Term* ar* Bvailabli 
Pheo# Re.th M*-P*tiant. Rekidanr*. 
O 6674 


4114 You will like thu 
nORif. Red'ired to 


m'.n'hlv pavmen'- rtnnd *i*.rwrm auniaina -rm t.ge in hiP. H«GH LOCATION, AT LOW 

Pur lofoimt'ion PlPt'* r-'n'i'' Mr Himle . thr-e bennmm* Three -pie. e ...A.. ,v. '<<■ i.f- 

Bim, Diy or Nitht ba-tir«om Pain'ed wall' Ihing fm® and COST HIGH IN VALUE, 

. dining mum Fireplace* Klichen range ' 

tivi neaier (»•'*•• i.oi 66*1)6 TtKe. I rt W HOW M‘ P A YMF N T 

__ . 1-ex »»9 Bl* ttten nif took tfATCrt wUrV rATfVICINf 

HA^VKES FOSTER LTD. ny»^ Yb'p* pm-* 54750 Thr## bedmam buofaluw in n..e 

• kiAi Pl>a*e a*k tor Me. C R V. Bagihawe den'iil area Thtaugh hall plan 


$ 1 T ftrtrt xi ely iat.d«'-ai*pd High drv 
I JoxUU It.*i 4an View r»f 01vmpl»« 

MAKE AS OFT KR Akkint pn » 
t'ament ear- ^ Ojg yiioHT 


. PAIRPIEI D P»r# room* ha«afrient ear- „ PAV OR NIOHT 

H»GH LOCATION. AT LOW 'b“o^r' oo"; v'.r. 

COST— HIGH IN VALUE, 1 «of >•»« OAKLANOS DISTRICT 

■ AVIA/ rxi'xvA/Ai- nAX/axcKiT SAANICH- M'.uni View *l 446 down »v- pt„.yp,r-nid »hak* bunga- 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT ’lyirn* ant 644 per monin buy* ihU )•,- , ^ .pendid raodlli"n. 

rikom land garagf 'tu-eo bungatuw eight i,,ii ■..Ad-iieed .iv- 

Three bedroom buofaluw in n..e pe*l- vear* t» 1 *p M 4. Ttiei 6)6 Very good w^ r n a m. 


OAK BAY 

$8000 SOUTH OF THE AVENUE 

® A Uve.v l6-y*af-u!d 'pee' -- ■H'.g h»'*'- 

low wirh her-iw wU lt«— r» »" i 

Oil-rj-M«'i- hoi-air t,ii<ed heai'i g 
a lull • rwent fc»»*'vi*. * »i'i. fi-ef» 
and rtfive-iri gaiage Hum* nf 


9gl6 DOUOLAS 


den'iil area Through hall plan Living •mall horn*, 
room wi'h tifenlfp kli'hen tam.ly *ixa. Oniv 


RANDALL'S 


GORGE 


full femn.'. n**piBent and hnt-air h#*'. 

IT S NEW' IN FAIRFIELD Nv* Ourava r»nl Separal# garage A.o 

orrherd m mmieture with 91 A^IRT^D 
a io'e!v aturca hiingalnw every r»«m will FRUIT TREFB and vmetl fruit, wilb good 
plea** Tou living rofim IJxIT. dining t.u< make* ihi* reel laral.y hum* ■vn* of 
a'p« in a dream of a kl'rhen. three t"*e!v me beat huiv on 'he miikei -Oder TERMS, 
’i“lf«'om« Oax and ee*-em buch l.oor* 6) IM DOWN A.wD 646 PER MONTH 
ib'"mh«.»' F i:i High ‘lavemeo* Jri*e-in FVU. PRICE CiLrtrtrt 

garag' tnunrirv l<ib* tn b*<emeni Itei- ONLY dOvUv 

• • piped *'*e, fu-nare lot •nvxiwv „ wr«An »» 


' * Inc room difilnf rnam. 
$5950 abinet ml-hen with til# 
On* badtwom and 


Call P Marconi E7I74. evening* 0 6496 fvmnrabe baihruom Dinion 

rnam lUliebl# e» »ef#n4 


I ihraugh hall, living vwom IS t 11 I'tp- . , .... - , 

Ipiere, ilmii.g ' ' r- eSrt:.' .abinM *!• ‘ , a- 

ithen, t* t g‘«..l-»i»e bp'inydD* a-v! ,«nit ■ , ... 

PPmbr-,ar bathrwvff •.r.ut'.-. .rg 

■very a"ra'-tive trtA . pin,,.*. i.,u 

.roll pnt# 1 / JVU . 


oo. biMX off .he ...p: * four room -M* •'•MD B.l.n e, 4'6 a nomn 

::“:'"h;nd';?:“”;e" v.":.'";:-: .r; ru. pn. s 10.500 

«k'’nbarl*'iw" Ko.l'm. •on.'^VuV 200 FEET WATERFRONT 


garden li'mg »<*■ m ha« * lueti'a * eid 
nak Iloon two bedriw.ip* one rum bed 
e>ee Thia la a m*-# hum# ai>'i i r> e.i 

rifht. 5A500 

Pi..# on term* 

C*u Mr arlfva. Eve* , E 9M4 


FAIRFIELD 444 near ti'le. Inkiti* (our mile 

*e»eo t*om* on or,t Hoar hed pf,>* $11 '500 

rneimv T1»,k home be* aveiuhing «o ,h, Ab,,,^ H-irve* rieei# A»k for 

make It a ilevtiab'.# famllv hon>» Tl'e 
liviog fwrvm .!• Aparuiu*. gu»Hl aii/hen uod 
a large dining room nedr'w'm* ate a 

rTh’ ‘.nln:/; high location — 7 rooms 

r,iv#-vo g»r*a# lie. hut an evrereni lami;* h'.ma 

Term. $8000 *”» «-**‘"* 

•i*n ftiirhrn •Mh tilt »tr*» ftnet 

Mr. OrlPV»i t9 9t . R on thi? oitlA !lo«r Opon 


ESOUIMALT 


Oax and ee*-em buch l.oor* 4) 160 DOWN A.nD 646 PER MONTH 
ih'"Mh«.»' F i:i High ‘lavemeo* Jri»e-in FVU. PRICE CiLrtrtrt 

garag' tnunrirv 1<M>* In b*<emeni Hot- ONLY dOvUv 

• • piped »'*el f.i-naee lot -mUNv ,or Mr Woode, 

I-04A ,iu handl. Balane. 4'6 a nomn pA-:.' o 6,9* Vn:ri|T. a 9611 

Fu I pr re $10-500 

300 FEET WATERFRONT EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS 

neiwF RY 

f>«*' an erre of land and ynur own privil* t-'r'i v u u ■ ■ 

T?;#" an*d ee'f 'Jan* 2084 CARNARVON— $7850 

t-i? •?rr::i';inTu''n:ai': 

444 Hear tule. InkUie four mile mculern bungalow 

T' 46 chancellor ave. 

For th* Above Home, rieei* A.k for 

M: IDln* I $5750 

HIGH LOCATION-7 ROOMS 

No* rie« hut *n evrefenl lamllv h<im# 

wi'h manv gv'd feature. i.lviog -anivi. 1440 WESTALL — $8900 

it ning tnum. kitrhen wUh 111* air.k end 

iwii ^a■trr•f>m* on Ihn mein floar Open g$ no6 will handle 6)6 monthly Thr**- 
I iiair In iwn bedMkom* bp Pa" baiemervi year-old modern bungalow 
w. ii kteel hfl-al* piped lurnar*. TWn 

,.-vr» loial 'axpi about 11)6 Thie I* /xr Tur ad/-i\/C 

go-id buying *11!) only I3.Q6B BTCrtrt EACH OF THE ABOVE 

mwn, Full prlra .. irOUU ^ 

Pleat* A*K (nr Mr WO Casietan HOUSES ARE HIGHLY 


OAK BAY DUPLEX 

llearh Drive Seren laoRiv down and four 
rant'* up Ptiv**# oatti-oo-o» full .eoipni 
b**ewen‘ wi'n Oi!-0-Maflf neasing Drlre- 
tn larage Ja'jndiv luw. tnv.ilkied p- 
•'a r* tented ai 676 per monih B.-’:x 
from .palronl Ideu locaii'n wMh tin* 
pnnver hyt landv'ape^d ^ i «x yc/\ 
64 IM handle* Pr'.ia ^ I -JiODv 

GROCERY BUSINESS 

6) 466 handle* MMern 'leen *<ore *«nd 


bedroom. If required Hard- 
a nod tloor* and tnvuiaied 
Puli pemem b.opmeni with 
f'lrnlpe end 'wn extra 
rwama rierage Near hu* 
trd trhcvei Odod value 
• • 

a 4197 DAY OR HlOHT 

GORDON HEAD 

A ima', **'*'# nf J < *r*»* 
with a Pharinliig oifier-'.p* 
(amilv home rleaigned b> a 
well-knnwn at'hteri Ap- 


$8500 

O 4,97 


»v VWB nannie* mnavrn 'lean *<-'re. ro'vu .rriaa 

inral.Bn Turnnver aporr<xim*'p;» *'« • 7.en je^ nf* Irriv 

660 great per ye*r ard xu.ineu in-reading •"/* 'iJ' ?. -Itti 

•teadily nut a'oek *• invoK* appcoil* ^'hop) and a 


I •Reaw.tia'ile term* fnrmdereo 
Pot Appointment (# Vle» f’!' * 

W O lle«' Br*.a*n<-V CutQui'r 9 j"W 

REAL VALUE *^-m* -.n^ 

IN BETTER PART OF ' ' 

JAMES BAY 

. PIVE lUViMrU BYtTCO nCNflAfO^ tw , 
IlMMArClATE CONOnUlN »'iiy J, ... . T» • ^ 

landeraped 4")unr1> VFNT HANDY 7<i 

IBIHJJINOB EMPREBR AND C »■ H 6u-;* « 

I mruiero and a brand CQCrtA P 

lllkling Pull prtre -JOJUV fi' e< 

Plea»e coniwr' M O win-er R*« EfiM 


.. . I .,01 iiwttiai '•biidiM'to Ywu owe H la 

»'>«i*eif 10 •** ihi» torw^A 

ve-'. cn«a buv at term.' JuUUV 

WHAT SHALL WE DO **‘’"'’* ** ■***'"" •* *•’’* "* ot6u 
WITH MOTHER-IN LAW m .,m?.°Snme°9J^fct^o, Ihmueh 

1 al. -ivi' f r'-*>«n flinl'-g rnntn lerga 
,, • r-.ming h"" ;'"i • - • eii'Pe. m,,,, r>elrr>'<mv bUMy rBooi al'M 

, "'I'* • V •.i»H mree p,e<* hatl. all-nihs 

.... in ihle -a'-m •» fmnr ,n..'f#i* bavemeni hnv-wa.er 

$7350 '■'•‘“g tvklem. oeparair getaar three 

~ -if -J -y pietiiy •) |,u|i tree. exCrtrt 

Pull prhe )03UU 

NEAR THE BEACH p.,,„ 7. ‘JUr."'" ..-i., 

rtU liye-f’am *' nr<i . '*'* <1)666 

l"W r II. haie-.n- a.'h a- -',' p.,i VrtM 

and r»ar eatag' Mmi. L>VJ TyU 

i.ing *“4 dlt'-ng *'vi •!#. *1 »*■• to live in the 4wuii'r< where lha 

I. WUh H-’ii • 1* I*- ula i| h’f-l* *ak» »« i hi.gh' a«4 etrlv in 'h# 

n ea.filf'.i -ondllluli In’iiie a"t • U* •'•o-’.in# *iUi Iheii ••». wivrie vnw hai* 

- • r--‘*rn f^-r, fie >A!x t-i-'Oi brealh* vei boIv 9'* mile* Irmi* 

' g-i»« With home Term Half r* I, 'Mr <ei.in>' I have |.tW ifie plaie vou 

I die “Trtrt ’ *** l••okl"* <o» l-ve ronm k»Mg*> 

• $ I 4 1 / vU nr* 9 ' • * r». af exrw* land Inl* of 

- *" $4000 

Ai/TOMATIC K V. *•’»> - 

ELECTROMATIC HILL 

APARTMENTS FOUR BEDROOMS 

, A r-j'# f'rai and eii'r*-iart *#ml -bungalow. 

f"ir •• ' ••■11 - free Vnu . .ike 1 . a: : • I | .eP' » end e»®pM>e* 

I'.' ' • r» I a- 'V 1 ' ' ; fii' e 11 ' MV* r.mm labinei tlirhei) din- 

‘ » hr'.' ' * < ' di'e '*'» »--il h'df'vom* *ran nil tenual 

*' ■ ;‘vg» k.ai*.'- -ill I a-i ,,|g be-fro'.Nit up bv roB'eaied 

,11 plnyt-va y.»u • «" .,»»«• Hefmrate lareg* *itd ivlf» large 

. $27,500 $6600 

r'»e.r r ' ■ 7 ,i 4 t.upton i' 86711 
CCACDrtS.iT t»efi:ngv 0.617 


rrvdtr and rtar Diii* eaiag 

,.ine .rd dh'-ng i 


and in ea-filr-.l -ondllluli ln»i<ie *r,t . u* 
*,l'. - -- • r--‘»rn f».r,-»r--r»r--‘-e- fie >A!X 

«■ ,.e> fi>« With home 1 *tm Half ra l< 

. SI 4700 


Ai/TOMATIC 

ELECTROMATIC 

apartments 


S27.500 


SEAFRONT 


r -me -vn tr P * - ' K V'i-> w*» 

•*. f> ' •#• 1 •'* view '' ’ M'l'k'l ' ' ’ 

*^l- w.’) * ♦ 1 •o-'Pe a' M' 'r*' I' 

I . . ,. V • la df .. . .f . 

a , ' a a -I a ■ I-. a ■ ■ ■ i 

1 '• »Md«* 

. , < . ii <-■ e oen' and Ou fl 


$8500 


ne Pv R-. • 
Fi.ire O*- 


y.,. •B';-’ 

>. ri yw'i A'»x f» •' 
>1 *too 


maialy 69 466 


Cigh* room* ifKluding four 

bedrnemt and a dan- Puli 

-envenl baaemeni fomi'e 

tr.iiilAiad relllng Ba.naraia #40 Crtrt 

■aree. and (Allb'tlliline « ' 


1440 WESTALL— $8900 


k.«me two hedrrvan-* Hiflni ■H!> bnlf »9.Q66 BTClVT EACH OF THE ABOVE 

-Vrmr $3950 “ p1e.r.“A.r(« Mr‘w*o"ca«e..n HOUSES ARE HIGHLY 

HILLSIDE NEAR QUADRA '•n cov.mmen. bv ooH RECOMMENDED. BY US 

1^! tL. yLw — I x%"n\.r.’^rar.hrcr:^".^n 


REVENUE— CLOSE IN iSLd .eX, - 

11.766 Down iDioma 6111 M per man'h «Af»b* «-uibuiWing 2 

pinur room, for owner U'liiiy rowm B.«n 0 4197 DAT OB JflOHT 

luht Clean m tine iwndition Uatg* oi 
garden and garage Ceaiiol lotaticn 

S7000 kER & STEPHENSON 
LAKEFRONT COTTAGE LIMITED 

Appro*. mafelf on# *-re Three roam*. Member B»al Rm.ie B-va'd 

modern wired far elerfrle rente t'-r- | 

I rw'inded b* iovely garden Pir'. eeien.-iv, fd6 DOVRRNMEJfT BTRIIT 

. garage Auiomolie pre«>ure pump, e>- ■ 
irir Ten mil#* from lown Prwpef 1 ai» 

’Sr $5250 


RANCH-TYPE 
SHAKE BUNGALOW 

It liulY 'he iw*i buy ever '>-r 
ekiriiio 10 ive « 0 i bI the r.-. 


0 4197 ar.e dralrliig ia ive «0i bI the t.‘. u ••* 
end tlHl hkve rii-. la''-"** Thi. ri'fNa 
II *« belli to remtnaikd a breu’.! . ■-* 
^ . view through roil--:** hvh* (•#'« • • 

)N doaa ar.d flateed liv.no ra-im d*-ur* 'h*' 
' ^ lopei, bi.io a loveir. paiio The livi> g ru-'flv 

I. large wiih loveiv fiieplaie din.ng r-.-'-o 
lip*'* Wire# lAVeli bvdT -am* mn^r-'i 
lahinet xil'heii four-p'*'* (u'li - '-o , 
lla-indry ar>l furnt e r-wim Her-lwu-d 
I fiaora ihroughoui Full* in.-i-aied IPitoid 
r«of HeMrate *#•**# T.te* <tnly ,74 
'Thia home t* eh 6 ib of an arte 7hit 
la alaa w Brend raw hem* wi’h b'-* w.'-r 

het,.ng Blllhiafor sn.500 

gnd w. WhI r<>n.i-1»f re*---niM* term. 
P;e*i# rail B M''r'*«'! BeiH»-.i». ^l44l 


iMem-ie, Of *h» P». y-’.’e Ba*;i. 
- «u4 Rfo.-l B'-eei 
Day Pn-'nr. ■ M4i. F '149 


BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LIMITED 


RIDINGS REALTY LTD. 

M)o B"»a') B< ••• t V7)l 

RESIDENTIAL REALTY 
LTD 

*T 747 YATM BTBItrr 
B.34I or B I4t) Any Tim* 

SMALL BEACH-FRONT 
DUPLEX 

TKN m;; r riBn F ham MABVin.oPB 
UFA VIRWH BRArtt A BTONI B 
TMfrOW AWAY 


Aidr-L. Id 
!>*• Ilviha 


Id* nn>’> ‘'Wi* vrwr buih ■ <*'.1 

■ * r/Kin beftrMie g|t<»iefi and 


. vi.i-.,a be'h Fl»'»rir rang** inrii*rt»d (••igaMnn 

Member B»*. f»‘*u Board bf Vl.lotlB ,p,.„ ...rfiowm, well «.<* 

Viiw and BlanXhaid BUea't flilJ-6 *>-’ri' t>re»»ur. pump Pm.i large , ,-i 


tlilJ-6 »>-'ri' pre.'ure pump Poxi large . .<* 
*.'• -ir.-iue proiwriy gi»»i rnam i-»e 

in-.r* t-uUdini Mi-' '# V'lld for feaenoaMp 
A... •BeriMna vB»h n#ede« imovadia**iyi. 

,OW oriyinal prve 616 ga# 


ATJe Three Years 

n 4 •for'ih . huoealo* glfta hod»*7i 


B<U'>>t 4 •for'ih . mioeaio* ui'r* nonr-n 

k ' .*101 lull ha>emeni dr<*e-ui gattge 

TV'* horn* i» In wonderful mndi'M»n *' -i 
.. ..,1 .. Jg400 

Coll Mr. Twonlev. tv*. B 1166 

VICTORIA WEST 


d in»,'>e<iloii by appointment only will 
ivin'. you of <h* value* -j^ gt eaenud 
Call Mr OauM #6r'Mr (Vifr 
Kiel. Belmofii 969-M. Day*. 0 1196 


OAIC BAY SOUTH 
AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT 


OAK BAY 


AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT *"y atiroeli** moTi Oh 'hrnqgh- 

a ^ I ^ .T..7 .7. a »»all p.an. oU l» good rapdltton Oil heal. 144 Fnn B:raev 

$4000 CASH WILL HANDLE utga HvIbi room tad lireplof*. fuavi- Bven.ng. A 

^ aiao dining rooaa. modorn tobiaei kt-.chen. ^ 

Thik ai'r*<' I* 'en-vear-o.d bunga<aw it ii,e itnk aired lor' viov* - Two 4 a-ee ** ** 

III firtt- itM rondiiiwr* Hardwnod floort bedrooma, four-pleeo baihrorrm. rttll — — 
tn a.: mrvmt Thrwugn *h'r*i-(e hotl Boo- boaoment with etirw fimthcd bodronm 
. ‘oet living and diiBiig roowi*. P’libi mod- and drir^lA garage Qrmd'M and ideal ... . 


HAULTAIN— $2000 

npwn n*aa end net* (oor-r-v-rni •i.xj*- 
J* wi'h firepi*'* Be-e'neni anil f--- 
ner# Weer #-hon' and bu* C d Crtrt 
Pri * (or oil'* .*> 

McCANDLESS REALTY 


Fan Biraev Phnn* 8 61,1 

Sven.ngt Mr* M--r**n«fie*.. O '646 
Ur Wkxeman Boiwont 114M 


t., . $6300 

Wfh 6) "06 •t hendl* 

Cell Ml TwamloT B 9616 


-age and UTTBA RKDftOOU tundry ruw« 
rmveipped garden Th.t home u ti'ut'ed 


’.oped garden Th.t home u ti'ut'ed 
nm-e dx'rin. t/iw laie* Can give 

;:e7.aT;r‘pT..e $ 11,500 


Day* O 6196 

G8I24 


GEORGE RANDALL i CITY 1 

,66. B.re.1 0 6,66 , WALKING DISTANCE ^ i VICTORIA CITY REALTY 

- — $3000 CASH WILL HANDLE j LTD. 

rcrtiiiAiBlT '■ T>ii aoven-oyrmied boap*. moated ni fhuire , DniaY 

cbOU'^^wt n-gh mai'an. he* epa-'.aoa .ivihg t -< DaIt/ 

^. ... i-«r.rv/nvf*TI lk.llTrt/ ’ ' *•'*'■'»« 6*1 l6'66 aiHrame 

BIJILdFR 5 OPPORTUNITY i-»-. *u# -«'vr aan Piib firepiB'e B»«ei.- 

' -I J b»igh< k LH'iwr ir-i’lidin* range I P- - ClTV RPVPMUP 

f) ,f. waned bange'.w nf five rnaw# '•n aTAin< inree a'ge badf'yninv 'htde-pie--# 

jxoa .« '*1 •'•tir-vn® jun pnrrh rit. remehl bate. t,em*rul*te five-ro-w five-ttar-nM 

^n.e I. w rind’ fot * handyotqr. ^'h laind'i 'ob*. HA rurnar- maoipied bungaia* whh iwa-iaMW 

P*i' P*'»* $3 1 DO- — <79(V\ a-id barhfww* auH* in B*mmnn rewi i«t 

6wv aoeh — nniah d/ZUU Bil-o-MkriC HBATtHO and Mvelv g*-- 

— .Sen Weniy fruit ire#t Hear bw» eehonl 

H W MILLER & CO FLEMING GARDNER CO. SI 0.500 

..a. ...m- «f,e. 0 6011 >*T Bu. dag 0 77,1 « " *» 


VICTORIA CITY REALTY «An6,nc«7n- » nr* wobip+ob 

V IV,» I wrvi^ V-l I I rst/rtl_l l oc»e-h*ll 


Ato. YOU 00 t* COLL8CT BCNTB 

JAMES BAY REVENUE 

HKAB PARl.IAMKKT BIILDIHOB 

V/.f«p‘e ned vuH* U6 adif'T're. un*y 
dawn Salt Xpert-. ng Ox*r IIM * ivin'''h 
revenue Be-*:r*d P^n# far tppo’e;- 
men: la inaparl 69 166 will handle n* • 
a- >■* 666 a mnn'.h C 7 1 Crt 

f^lU prKW oBlv j/l3U 


OAK -BAY 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
WED AFTERNOON, 2-4 P M 
668 TRANSIT ROAD 
(Firsf Block Off Morine Dr ) 
FIVE-ROOM STUCCO ' 
BUNGALOW 

' l’$ Lots — Full Bosement 

Pnc». $8950 

MB ft • CRAia UI kTTWH 0 K>C% ' 

• SOOl<E— $1500 DOWN 
Shclrered Seofront 


OAK BAY BUNGALOW «»y:r-nal prv* 6166M 
FIVE ROOMS — OIL HEAT- 5^JB^JPBAN' $5975 

T I'f fi»#^*-»»'' ffiamt a-d Ultbuah ALMrw^ AMK Ami 


VERNON MARTIN & CO. 
LIMITED 

B«it— 7)6 wiew mifiT B7111 
Meffiher pea! fkiai* B'lard »f ViMnna 


B1441 ,, -U* • ■•» *• 

- tan T* » :,.i . r..ni 

,i»..-r<r a -ne' !■ i»n t'l'i 'wx f-r» *• 
ty»t ftn--. perr.--te ft,*:-;. » 

L,vU. f'l-.ir. P'1 1 high daelight biteme''' 

ete-‘’if n*l w*'»r ler.t *''fk be.-.rh e'< 
Dr -» ■< g.iti* D.:--* f*‘;l »*f*r 

.aril. .an*' en'l <•’ e'l Avi-i' ft. I ■ t* 

B Till f-t^i e- htr.fi' •.••e'rlMBg and t 

- '.iiTr! $i2'600 


THPKF BiJlBOr'WB BTtlfTO - 
ABni.Vl 16 TCAPB niJY BAAMtCM 
THBAF vm F. CiBCLB trvtH 
OARB ARKA 


MAKE OFFER' 


ARTHUR E. HAYNES 
LIMITED 


OAK BAY 

4 BEDROOMS— OTL HEAT 


aiyuDiho irrr airua 

coBCBrrt Fyxrrrpo o« it o» 

MamnSOM AVBNUK RK8 Dim 
■I'»M 


\ If X ' ,i.v in !6a a g"->l 'arq 'r Hi.-'-i 

v*t»« l:«# lJ»lng t'r- f>a ' 4tir __ , ^ 

• - e.« ti - ••.##■•*' '.i *hi bwwftlow, 

,. -g f yc-n J 2 il'. .pt'.oii *.*'.—r •' fj.': |B’v*’*d r)a.tg* r>p 

!*'-> «<ri'g e-f Ffwr-bi#'' fer.'-p'ie* i.aif-*«'e Vaw-eihMb warUk mvayUtallag. 

ii*.< *'•* f>.'e ae*'‘WWSi» «i*.f Term* laa b* arroBgad 


M*'l*niie Avenue Brand new na- e'lf ^ 
fiAHhed tai:ag( OQ A*<l-*cr* ix;., C* 'r>«r , 


flAHhed tai:ag( otlAau-acrt :x^ Sveriwr pe.m-n'rv Fu ■ •.ee.meti. 

I finirh IB amactiv* ehate* with lAir'ivd n ire.rr roan D.t-O-Mi--.- t'<rn«-e piped 
> rwaf 'UviAg rwnm t.irmn dineila 'ww r.arden fenrad Irn) Mee. . /x/vx 

>be«r'«'te. and waUktP^i” Ba«6*-“! T*rm« *' -■ =•- il I .UUU 

tneii.alian a t raiBHr pip* Oyp'M fStb „ , reelden-# n IM* 

■ and piaeier f.niaA Can b# onwghi *. •• l *• reeioeB.#, _o i*** 


ESOUIMALT 

BIJILf)FR‘5 OPPORTUNITY 


LTD. 

B2197 

CITY REVENUE 


aiuera buegalaw. Not* that* feaiiarwa 
I t 0il-0-Maite ff « bea-ing 
9 760*6 *:-.b Bandii. 


-fO»m AIPPM, pair bangalow .with 66-ro*t eat- tt pnea p (A* a»d eMfih-*i#ir fliiHhel 
(rwnlage r**pri.a* fawr roam* and p*!h. f..r *4 646 Thi* t* aa nppaei'gnHf (*r a 


Di. iif room *:-.b Bandii. 

^i !y i ntglaied 

Ouf*fF> range wi'.h Cyr a# burn#* 
pn,*f»a#’#d m.'u-i’ein and ret vew 
Haw ren-ed *■ |66 a aenth 


Alto a rabio iA*i *ava all (AOCrt 
etpan*#. A anap tx jOyOLf 

<61 66B Dnwa. Baitne* |M MM'blyi 


AKOTM8B ADJOfWOro THI8 PBOf 


$3100-?;;,^ 


me-- wtih laiwdM 'ub*. MA turnat* 
Oe-.ehnd ga-ag# > -e «-wnrt/ 


$7200 


A taur-rowm p-thgaltw *« Aolf *-;* wKk 
Mar* piher ei.el.ant fe«*-ar«* Phnne r^nw aenv fruiu Aiaa a < AO^A 

far appoimmeni iw •** CORAA 6*7g*in at 

A wnnderfei bar it >yjL/U ‘l!#*6l>w*"- 


Oww*rwav*«4 B*y#a4 Orfle# O 96»l *•’ Bui dag O 

V*aau«a. Mia QkiM. 8 UN I tv*Bm|a. .Mr. PrtUAordL O 96|1 


CbU Mr Wrtght. B 11*7. rvawipgt O 7471 


1719 DOUOLA* VTBBrr 


far appoimmeni iw **# tO^AA 

A W7n#ertiii bar tt 

ALTON & FLEMING 

(66* BMnMiard hire** PhOiB ri 111) 

B*vn.-ga Mr PVairtg 8 4)69 
Mr Btaphtnaati. 0 6U3 


Mrgain at 

•I! *6* Dwwn- 

Wa tdtiaa yna '* ba« the ‘w* pafea 

t-*M a rexn»* *9 466 aown far vA# 'ww, — . 


ALEX G. HILL & CO. 

1 1)89 BrtM tirtal O 6761 ( 


;o alc^*;.”. •n’e.'^^a*"!:.’ J'V: BRENTWOOD BUNGAtOW 

vx: secluded location 

rrrTv *ewv w-#i# la lyea^n m * io*#’v 
ITT ■ufMlda— Otda’-'vpe bangalow af rtti!. *<••. > ■* vew. 'i..t h-,m« i* 

'ilh goad rarutnie4.*n wi 'i ihre-jgh ha.'. ,;v- , ,,.g Ur** iivir* * 'h 

"rt mg room wAh flrapl*-:*, dining rw/n. <*> fire-, *'» '*n ,B;r« w»-rm;s;k 

J\J bedeawme ihre#.pm«e xathrewa and 6H- ,Bbin*< a '/hea vatr.* pie-e Bathrwwm. 

(hen ra: B*e*men« wHb reijirtl fortt* • Or# atwate-f ard ene rrrened aun pof'h 
CM Bmoil M< w ‘h waarlb^ frui’ 'rae. TV,.* Bebwfate l.rag. *rd w-rlihon iw «w* 

eaa b# handled *o e..y ler-i teapan- ~ 

rue penoat .aaklng lev * Iviwe »a *.•>: --wwMeik-. PUU. PBH f *”« 

_ $5500 $6750 


# ^ # rtrt Fkeeileni tandBian Mae 
jrOUU ***** rwwok* Pwur bedpwwme, 
wi’h full batemept Hot-air (araar* an# 
An.a-lA garag* Cloaa IB A gwbd b4). 

dtit tbarioM eoMB* aBd ba'M 
>OJUU all w on* f>*or Mtitar lArew 
*r ia-:r badrmam. P»n bae#ate«i rtwnd 
fumar* fiaeog* Wai«ia* dlfioM*. uvuM 
b6 ravrnu* Term* arraAge-d 

W8 RAdnt.8 ALL KtHOB OP 
IHtCBAIiCS 


pae rent 

P' -# 


P' •# _ TOtMt 9 Q 

PAoa* A.k Par W 9>o*a tret. | liA) V A-TMirBr BBCfrpVOOO 

TN p*n •trtat, B Mil I TedpAao* Baaiing 11-0 


Lloyd's Real Estate ond 
Tnsuronce Agency 

1668 MLANifrAMD 8TBCVT 

PhoBoa 

BvfBlBgi. 8 9U9 *Ad BTTtL OUlM O MU 


I 


\ 



j Bitln ftoUntil 1C. 27 

Thwr^ay, Mtttk 17, IfSI 


London Council 


C4 FAKMff FOB SALE 


57 ROr$F>!4 rOR SALC 


57 HOl'ffES FOB SALE 


57 rOR SALE. 


67 HOrSES FOB SALE 


bviftk 


EXTRA’ 


EXTRA 


T+^E ROYAL TRUST CO 


NEWS 


P. R. BROWN & SONS 


U.K. Tories^ Aim 


10!i Acres — 7' j Cleared 


PItOM 

NEWSTEAD'S 

M • o«&) M ncuA 


LIMITED 

P««i VMtu ud iRtjpacca A(«M« 
Mm»«r Mat PmtC Vkt«ria 

n;i MOAO iTRsrr o im 

*A*4 IIM 


3 Acres Timber 
River Running Through 
PfOpe rtY~ ^Neor Royol Ook 
Plus 

Sight.rMMi aiMtars •»!l-t>uiU hn'rt. Four 
Iwdrnntni Utini dlftiat r««BI 

■ IR a*B t»r«* kttrihr* •.(& 

n*eh. *l»»d |iw #»»<mruy 
!•« «k<rt r«n>n( a»* nm air pi»M » >• 
rAn4*itin«f«i hr«t«««ui]l' «*p*c*i« 

Mrfi F*M Ian* rbick*a iM^iuas •>'rt 
• «'*' ar>a unit ta fruU «r*M uani 

$14,500 

M'MR'.a f«a<i4rr aar$ rirhangv m <aur ar 
liit-taum tfcO|*'»» la »■><■'< 4l«rt«l 


VIEW OF THE WATER 
FOR S3500 DOWN 


RUALL rrVLCO BUitOAiow poat baic 
liaoa «»*B faM ania $J Tta ■Jiuaip4 
•a a<r« aaoii larva a: Haaai Valki 


«>uai<it *a4 OuaaUlr r> «*'i 'aAPibrr in * • . ^ ^ 

Aracrtlilnc thU r.«»-rawn »»«•■■<# n.i-O. WATWIPRONT — COMPACT ATfRAC- 
Matte Aai-air haai. *iartnr nat-vatar maig lanitgcapaA {vaorny Bo'lrt r 
<ana Pull anaanaal vitri 4ri?a>ka laiaft »ra laavdacua iiutaaanamg f<«*a. aaa. 
C>ro'>in hall lirtna TA#a< 4imni tM>m wuaau.aa, Baarli 114 444. ualaara 14 
rah.nft t ^fh aw «.>»4 far ranfa taa l*'t« yaara 4'< ftot 44$ Oaoaftl Paal OffKa. 
»«4(oaevt*«ith aaia-tn 'laaaU fauf * 
aathraam vitn itlaB r>aw K««>? 

«irata4 inatBa an4 (tUly 
.oaulataB Prvra 

— Mr. C*.a4 


SHELTERED WATERFRONT 
MODERN HOME AND 
INCOME 


FTW-nnoM ecrre 
TKUi fiooM tirm 

■KTOtetY »B1.P rO*«TAZ!(XO 
•erttroBD oml'km 
OB£ p WATm ANCMORAUa 
CLOM TO cm r — — 

rttPtmo^ TTf #w 


JAVin flAY NEAR ARA PH'S RTtOUs 
aaa 'arnugh ha- Hra Dw'otd taaf PpmiI 
«mt ■aarriaa 14 444 TariM Na 

*g» • (t |S14 

MOT-«Anui haatro sruccn homi 
U h<irr a-> 'aar* a-d Na aiapa Lia 
naa Raduraa >a fT «4t far hiU> 4 ti.°- 


Tau atll tiad ana at HM tenal ramateit 
1 >*«** an a »>rmr iacaiivn naat iha I)*' 
an), Oaia a'n a ba'i ifga a>'t«rt)va 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


• » 2 ' «'»i f'lrr.a.a , 
g*iaga ‘PuU pr»ra 
,»Q act Mlia CaurtnaJJ 


%<^SQ0 


tan haaraaatt and a ta'v'.piar* »ai:>- lANitOn-AKK ARRA FOR A QI’ICK 
piM a utiaiT and a furnara rnaa *ai» 114 1 M hay a aaa rtama a>’a <Ka 
ring tia<-aa>ar Oll-O-Mailr baattng mii a( trarftklng lr)clu4iat (inatt rkv. 
latiaa baa unuaual (aaluraa piaaiing piwna buiMar K 4Ul 

UU4T R* ROLO 

„ _ Iliaa4 naa traui* Cai-aa Rand, aff 

Oviifocd al IthnyWi ) || mrra». 11 404. 

Opan la a. fan R 120 atrhlni* 0 4411 

NtW MijUAB IN HIUH iMiKOt DIR- 
• rlM In.: iar<a roam* ai-ft ultu*» Pu>l 
ba,aaiant Hapa'aia garapr. hnt ITid 
Cninnut 


FAIRFIELD SPECIAL 
$3500 DOWN 


GLANFORD avenue 
, THREE BEDROOMS 


IS TRK MAFIlR 114 IM4 441ATC OP 
tRimit t te ATT^r'iaraaaad 

N»iri£A»te-naraa» oi'an i* ciaduara aad 
pjteiv m Mid u> ina Horu Tt..«l Cv 
,.anv. iJi,» Ouvari r.aAl Bitaa* V.rtnna. 
a {• lari-'ilpr al .ra aivl •! Ute ahava- 
namtd -ATTNCr V. Aa’i* na aaaad than 
..a.'n« aiainal ’h# e*'ala pt Ih' •*>* <>► 
,»»a<l an nr ha’n'a ‘ha ?«'« na- al Ap"i 
A » iiu after ahifh aair -ha taid »»•«■ 
wtar a>4l *.»‘rtih.ia an- 't'l ‘ha partiaa ah- 
*.i ad 'hrraia hart** rrgard nnl? M 'ha 
tia.nti at ahifh tiva avaruter ‘h*n baa had 
f 'Mra 

DATKU a' iha City of Vtetar.a »’ nan 
r-.i.mt.ia tn»a It'h day o| Ua;in. A U 
!4k.' 

THK ROVAI. TR‘’NT rtJMPANT. 

174$ OoaarnmaAl ilraat. 

\,<«.i.a flC. 

I la'v.laf 

hrdnar CtiiM 

Bo.ii .lar fur ‘lit tiaaratar. 


It vtll 4a a plaatiua M aha« »au lb a 
uliia-mndtrn bungate* camiciig at 
a larga U'lnf rnam ai'Q npan i»a. 
piaca apPlAUI Oinaita, baa .tifui laht* 
an *K'ban inm-gn an-rt>i-a rai> 
feur-piara paiDhraba naifi.’MM*' Aaid- 
• and tlwiia tbiaa .o«ai|> brteht 4a4> 
rannui niU raranni bnaaman) ai'H 
bai air ftiina'a. launnrr 1 iba aad 
4ri<a*in garaga tat 14ttM 

Si‘.VS $10.500 

Cna Bart ■iinpa B>ti . I *414 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

1244 OOrCRNMCNT mtSTT B 


r'OSMIKRCIAt. {•ROPtatTY. artONA. 
HllUida Ini a4illi atiD lita-raatead Muaa 
M M4 at h'ar ulfai R Itel 


Porn-KPORiMU homb wrntx) POR 
alartrte ia'<(t Naaly daiuraiad. flaar titia 
Whai affanr 21M Pr>nr 


REVENUE PROPERTY 
$1200 DOWN 


PAINPICd> TtmSK RniRrXtM MOUFRN 
• ,Agaiaa alfa-ed a' a graai tadiKtmh. 
r>anar laavUlg R 14)1 

DuruiX UARLY HrrMB FOR OWSKB 
ant gn-iia uicoaia from uppar auiia an lut 
‘a.t yaari »ld Sot H4l Caiaaial 

I PAVINO CITT OUDBH TYI-B BIX-RiyU 
nnoaa in gued »a«'d«iwn Naa plant), 
an larya lot riaaa In Pairtald CaU B 1*04 


FAIRFIELD 


pita «uila api'i-nah) -'hra# »au plums, 
mg haaW airad Naa raaf Anna ran«. 
ta’ing raauncd Oraaa roaniM 4144 mnmn 
P'.rad 


Oanar laav.ng ^.a nty and 
tnia danih'fiJl §• • tv-m b.ng«'» 
■ t a rarr laaMinaH'a ,,(1'# A g<v.4 
lat ai‘h luU lanar.i baaainan' hot- 
i*r furnira and garac* Y"» aiil h* 
amarad i»n an«4fi"g 'ha irnn* door 
ant aaainj an adojaHa dan and 
biBptton 0>.nt and duivng mm •>-ti 
fl'ap'a'a Undam kl'fha*. nrn“r|i 
and laa had'Oani. 41 244 • • narv4ia 

:;;?ngT'''* $675o. 

Mr Laing Ktaa B 1441 


UPLANDS BORDER 


Tha «agi<al aarphtrali'n al 4a«d tarta 
«a ,ar afad in 'h>» aaaanmnir aa 

h'-Pgalnu* ' ■''••‘drlainc tarv iatga 1 »ing 
ftvn'*' a'»h f'rapltaa a ganatnu* IfWa' 
ranm ina>lv aabtfia' aiiahan *aa 
n*o>mna and *>a)hrnnw dnan 
al h iva nadroOflU up Hardanatg lirara 
P», : na«"" 1 A»i' Mn* air fu»nara »rd 

tr-r.v.z, "r:-; $13500 

p«r to alaw p'aam aft for 

Wa'*nn t'lart P»a» K 2«nt 
Pnr ■-« inrcatnvan' m h'.aianiif. put 
toif nanar in 'na R»d Croaa 


$6750 


ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW 
$2000 DOWN 


soTirf Trt cminiYots 
rOTATt OP ROAISA iTllRPT. 
oirt AAi n 

a:i rtadi‘014 h'>4 iMtiant harmg rlal'na 
ar dr a <ii« aia n«t nt aaia'a pt ttia 
ahitia nan.ad daaaaaad diad an or 

ahoji tha :$rd cat pT lia.Piiinar llai at 
tf» C’lT ol VIcioi a Prp*i'i-*t pf Briuan 
Oii'in'Mt ar« mnirad t» tens t* wia 
: '-*f g* ad *in ai iiafora tnr d#' ni 
April )I41. ‘itetr namaa addtaaaaa and or- 
cuppitent and fuU paitieulara in Pitting 
»t_4hair .'al'.-- and dtmanda »artMa« bjr 
.U’a' I»a '.ara'i-“ 

Attar Iha and l*'b dav nf AptvL 1413. 
)ia ..ndaraifnad vill ptorrad lo d*«‘r.»ota 
-•a atMK al the apid aata*# an ■« iha 
i»i«nni ffit.ilaii tnaiatp 't'.-g rrcard 
1.1 ’;a '.ai'iia ar.d df't.i.’** at ahifb 
>>• han anal ha-a had naiioa ar\d 'hat 
■ a aiH pin<a,d ‘n n aka tina' diaini. ;!ipa 
pi tfva aaaa ‘1 at >ht aapirauon of onp 
aar af»a, '•-.a '•aa'h of 'ha davaatap 
r>a’-; a* < r-n-a BC this Mil) 4tr 


NEWN ROOM HOUSB. (TXWB P< POR 
fanlljr pr rtaanua Np agania .B444'' 


Newstead Realty Ltd 

444 PORT mtlTT B 


WANTBH NBARTHX JTrRUBP HnAPITAJ., 
tnur nr fifa‘'nnin (xinttiop Pri:i pa«.^aah 
R K nAWIN RtALTV ajl VIEW AT 
Uaiingt Pa»<ad Pbana anitima 0 1414 


JUBILEE 


n«a.mn« bungalow *t'h I' 
and ftmara Tlita ii brign 

ang baa madara appaarani'a 

pTita .. 


LEACH & SPARKS 


Real r.'ava and toturasoa AganW 
4latn*rpr Rral Batata Board 
till B Aht&arg Btratt ■ 4) 


POUR-ROOM VIOUimM BUMUALUW ihOT 
PMtr 'tpa a.'h dinalta pr ji m 4 dual 
btra >a>rm*r.' *04 ca*aga <yud dialr 't 
:aauirad C1'a-t Oil par bU • aat) m 'ra 
44 440'Pil-a fa, R 

Paai'i'rvoa I/' «» 4124 fc rTu*m 

B444I a 


P>aap Aak tar Mr. Ramapy 


HICKS REALTY 
LIMITED 

104 DOOabAB ST RSI44 
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a.in !.-a;fa'* dinlnE rongn ana u.nai'a 
1 >-*a Badiiwvm* ahd ar.'ihpr inaBi whi*n 
rp .id *■* t..#d a, P u'l..:. 'OOn nr h»4 
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tMMXt>IAlB POAREMION 


hf taking ■dta’r'atA f4 (hit apimrUni r 
A aman tjf*-r«*iia na* a- ./'-c hunga - 
«t>n inmugh hell and I. 'ha;i* i - -■€ 
inaai with rititat*# Mann-*- **ft nrl 
fhac lao iarg* h»di-Hite« four pl« • 
R*p><rrn«» harhmnm P’.'i b'lh ha»*n'»n’ 
with Onra. ih garaga Onnd Ini ang 
nan la A-l It 440 fa«n 14 NMA • 
gaga at 4)4 p*r fnan’'i Hurr« far 'n<- 

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$ai, V la app«'-|’nia’r » 41 A44 aar'.f nr -na 
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PAIRP1BU2 PAMU.Y HOVB 
ai",B'a 4 >0 baaulllui >lra«t C.n.t (■ *n 
Rrarna Hill Park Tbraa-nad-nom full- 
haaamani bvingalnw hai hui an pippd tui- 
nara and fuilv linad eaMmani Tbrpugn 
riall p'an with .paaipaa itTtnt rpnmr 
tadlUy dining rapAl matb «i'h liiapiarai 
anri mndata aabintt kl'tban Aaparaia 
iaiagp raaaa afUy IMS Bicrilan’ gardan 

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tbiaa bPdrnau ibrp'igb hall Ctotral 
haaiing RparWua aapifertebla livirg roam 
and aaparaia dlniat r>wim Cablna- cOrhan 

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WANTPO MOOPHN PIVf ROOM HOUBX 
a|ih baaempbi Kara 1441 PlyPMMitb aadaa 
at rtpra paymrnt Ruiiahla tatm* pa bai- 
ppra Ri« 1114 C'»i'nirl 

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b-intat»p f4** PPiUbf Ibraugh hptl a'- 
t••r■;fp llrtng rrwim «i‘h llrapUca angni 
aabthal kliehan aunny dlna"a. 

K teaaani (wdtimiaa Ptih Pvm'.rnba bpih 
n PTFPS na haaamrnv apart trera luro- 
ara rrwrp Raparara garaga navi gardan 
la rlaa*an> rlUtrlrt Tarma CXtri/T 
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I4I»0> Call Mr Draw ■ 1144 
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TRIPLEX— OAK BAY 


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nPAfly new < rmvhr!«, ('licdipr- HKKl.lN March 2t <SASA 
field SuMcA. Pull-up ('haint, C’hcB- Kemni'Wu'. M-m* than Wui«i 
terflPlrl and ll«»hl«-AA < hRlru. ixld viu of Miliialile raUnr •umpini'ni, 
SiUi'hoarrlA i'umh. Desk and m.Tmifa« Hirorl l»\ a luiii-h firm 
RoiiktJAi', jpif [ilnrtte .Suite liaAe Iwen smugcifrl ini" ttn- 
with I'pluiUtfirNj ('l)BirH. .’vPi'e. , Utih-sian />>iib. uf (ierifiNM.i lo 
('hittme Dinette Suite, Oak Roll- equip tankh and .iiined imxal 
tup IVjtk ‘Amall*. DH Seeing jiaiiTil boata of the ea<iern '.er 
Marliines. (ieiman piano In burr man underms-er army and navy 
walnut cabinet. Kleetrle Mre- 'Hie radar gear waa deAriiiH»d 
place, Bedroom Kumtture in* hy a C'bmmuniat official in Ker- 
riuflea Double and Single Beds, lln as irreplareable. herai|.-e uimi 
nearly new toasted mahogany lar equipment lx not manufar- 
Dreaser. etc., <>aa ( Irmilatlng tured at all in Ruvsia. or' In otiier 
Heater, ('oal and Wood Ranges, i-mmiries of eastein Kiurr|*r. 
Circulating IfeaterB. Dinette Set*. Hr>w ti parsed ihrmigh the ■ !o>.fl\ 
»ei of Revere Ware ' new I. C*h!na. guarded frontier to the Rusamm 
G lass. Tools. Bmall Faectrlral Ap- /one, despite the Allied ban nn 
ptlanreR such as Mantel Rarflrvs, siraieeic uar materials, is a well 
Ironm Tnasters. etc . Record Play- kept secret. 

ers. Hand Vsnium*. A M C. Flee- IntelHcenee sources report that 
trie Refrlcerainr. Electee Waah- 3 inn .ceta of Hie equipment Iwive 
Ing Machines, targe Vtse. .Sink, hern seni lo Roatoi-k, RuA<Hi.m 
efe /one Baltic naval bn'.e. Tiiere 

BAccucyr cue in oa ^ ’‘'‘'*** 

I 5ALL^— lU.wU paiiol bruits, will* h tiu.ird the 
MIBI'RS — > Ktif-ITARI.K-S shorea of e.tsUMii (b’nnsr.', . nikI 
tiAltllKN 1'OOl.w > liel(i ivi slop .mu t’oinmiiiii'l irf't 

rsKI-TI. I-TKMTl KF R'*''*' e.i.ipuiy t.i swe.li-ii 

inr. '*f the .Ha, |*NPi 

Full particulars of mitmlng sale were sml to ilie i lu-.idy yuniiini 
In Ftidav'a t'oinni.st arsenals of the R-i-v- i.u- .-mvi- - 

"t»e<}p1e s polfie " In .'.ixom Am 
iuilt and Mrtkleribiiut f«>t iiae m 
tanks 'Hie rest are tieliig stuied 
In eastern Berlin. 

I'rimmunist nffi, lals are KM.-iat 
ing if'At though the Dutch firm 
m*4tmf>4> tming the radur erpup 
meni would noi '-.utnily Miem, in 


Allied Warships Ready 
For Bloekade of China 


WITH SEA VIEW 


PAIKPiyUl 
apia b> 0*nar 

Whiia ai'ir-a *arai-aiuigaiap tii rwauia 
anil Pfmliruga hath an ana n.>pr Can. 
raalait 4ia:,aaf tp ina loaiHi up.tairt 
e>.:a»la t-it Miafr't.iaa in,i.ai»rt and 
a*a'.A4r-aiiiPM(l Clima U> but aaa. park 
•tknpbtbf eaniia and aahaal Larga tiTtng 
rwipk Pith nr*plaa«. guaai-t.ta 4in>Bg 
romm. d«ti aad baaatlful rabinat hlUhaa 
Pimd lar raaga tad braakta.l »aat 
Thraugb hall. tp« bpdrpnni4, ttpa/ata nam 
and lavaiary Oil faraara pitb air can. 
gmaaar piped ta all raarht Tpa-rar 
tarP4* Hardpppg fiaora M main roaata 
l.an4aeapad Pltb ihniba irma fmll >r**( 
Caar IH>* Bany paaaa«.ian 414.144. 
eiWMia B 1441 


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laaaa 

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n. ' • r- <m a.-a «>4P P-n- 
a rablitet k 'rhan PUh tPnd 
. ang gnnd batemcn Prirag 


Bangalopi aad hnu*.. all porta all rfi«* 
tr>''' Oath bu,at, aaring W* 
ha>a MbriT «u-in-t and rtliaoia buy«r« pea 
• 1 14 k$.444 ra*h a»J can maka ««». 

itanUtl man'biy payman't. Rindly pk-irO 
ui immadiaiaiy. B Mai ar o 1144 Prspipt 
«purte«'ia artiap |«arant»ad 

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REALTY 

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I4U PORT BTRBBT 


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Pn If cmwn* l‘,'»r t»*f' Mia » «• 

ailing 4k’»fW«r p‘a*'ae ih.idf «■* >*• 
r-v»mt, mnd.ryi -anna' k•'r^lrB rimi a 
Rra’ Thit ■» »4-it rnanr* 'n ‘Pn a I* 
bama p'‘h 4n* » paymani lair 
tt'tran prtftrrait $595 

OaB Mr. Rnaanri. B 4144 44y or Ptgbi. 


$9450 


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teg ravppaa tMma 41 144 ttaaa lacnM 
M*ra la yapr rha»aa ta abtalh a gang ' 
prnpany aalXlag gtalanea ta ippp In - 
*«rp f«i^ ashdlilng. aatr> Ml haat. Duratd : 
rnof Ofp rtntAla. furaiahad and r>«d 
U«Uit auariara far apnar ipa-car raraga 
tat MalM Bsealtapt tafna al 114 TM Ta 
ib.pact klbdlr aak for P put. B 4141 
• «aa. B 1414 

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Ntaga'a S>,*«i M'i*' *>a tnig Hn'iaa 14 

tt .int Can'iint .tving mn'S pen 'Ir*- 
p'ar* dtnmg rnnm rnmnip*,) (hr** l^e. 
rnninp <h:»*-p'*ra aiihmom auri>*n 
And th* nr*«nhn>i«* h*)ia,a'* garag* Ini 40kt20 
Tak«* HI S*ar*u nlf*r la 44 *44 r.'h 
/ODU b* a.'i*i>i*d T<i inin*rt atk far P 
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tmm* lU'* af.bi'#<- tif»ig . SU-'.rdr.ma 

h',ni, Itir*' llimxai'i laa bk'hi 
UK-O-Uaui tivi-aa-«i i>a- 
ingjtaoTn a.id dliunt y.-u^ Ml fm 

a.'qpC* * ' e>''' * 'iiluat l>,j( au' iid 

<m« U'^* fnrma] gartten aiih d-i-iiu* g.iag*. 

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i\J n 4441 

j 14 444 aeBCIAL- A tA}VBl.Y PIVS-ROoM 
liungilea cluta 14 nurn*i'tf biia. Vpcr 
n-.4 living tapw largf ninlog ranm. 
k ‘(h*« ang tPa brigbi bfdrpami PuU 
r*mfni baaairiMit aith tub* Bepaiaia 
garaga t^rga parkahap ar ta«l 4bag in 
>'ar l.«i flilM U)'4 at Inm ir**« 

a*al bargain at ihi, prtra Tf"sa 

a-rangad Call Rart Raapa al Kraitaa'l a. 
P TIM a«*ning« B 1414 


NEW HOME 

with 

CHARACTER 


DICKIE'S— B 4312 


ATTENTION! 

HOME OWNERS’ 

I rasuira ham** nf af*ry daarriptVw t*r 
OBNUtNB BUYHUI If raur nnpia la fnr 
tala p,*ata rail Katb Naggnnn fnr im- 
wtdia'a appravaal B 1141. araa OV14Y 


vail mane n near in XA\T < ON UDFNT 
•ndBy Ihsi If the Ko- . 

iir. i.lk. f„l, rh. ,d „ e»- -n«n.'h,rlo run 
hi ,n .hr ..irtrr, '»•». ri.K, n, ».r I, . nw.i(.n 
,,,,rrMl Ihhl »n nihrr hr .mrrninmi to m.kr. no. 
10 Ihr < hMM .n„. 'hr lr.drr. o ,h. Ilth.lnt nivT,. 

I prmlr.1 r.rn. m.l , ""7 '* 

„«h *.r lIK-It in '• hl«k.nr l hm. 

the course of Asirtn ' 1“’' *rt 

I‘C n-k of a fuimal "rdrred in do It * Heat Admiral 
war woitiii be mher Haiph A OlsMe |rii.| Intei nauona] 
Newa .-ieivlie i.ida- Admiral 
to blot kiide China the 'M»*ie ix fdlliiK In fur Vice Ad- 
ind Allied ships would mhal C. Tutner Joy as .om- 
mandei- of the Ameritan nasal 
.kRuAtd.ui J'.dikhand ''•f'''- Admiral 

nunlsi •.iuji^ that now *" ‘ti Kotes at chief allied 

tiip half\'.iy around •uuusih'i* dnrfj.ue. 
and through the .‘^ue/ ' .'^imeone eise. nn the pmiiu il 

any aupplies to their eonlitMied Admiral Ofstte, 

partner in (Tuna ''•d Save to make the denaion, 
iftark by Russian sub hmvevM a< t»« whether it wouM 
iserl in Asia be wonh the cos' and wrjrth the 


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rnnoi* Pllb n*k n«nri rnt* <*i'lngt 
through hPU tbauept L-«ii»»bd imn* 
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kiDkllfr MgrPMM AND d»pn»t«irt ih* luite 
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IMj*m*-)< ftirnti* t*:.*-*'* f4'«4* •n1 

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a** Mr Rngl* bllhit 8 4)44 

OttT A BIT Wlihin !•-• mJ* 
four-fopm •'ingble’' ■ ■I'f* .•i'*#b --•*■ 
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l«p pi'b ful! t*««*e»n* tftg |e*»lT g*r '*1 
iM Pttb Ifoll Tpm*« 414 LIt.Bi '.*om 
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Biro ■•tl* P*dr-«o*rit P.ih -l*rp clot*-, 
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Pi-n htfdPend biirh- l'v>t thri'igh hpil, 
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m.*m* Pfirbr-k* h»'h ae>>a**it l« 

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WONDERFUL REVENUE 20'Xj 


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inriifu*' .nnlai' Mr Kl'Mngt k> Hik- 
inttli't -. l.'i I1?t yinpg ati**' B>1Jt, 
yu*i.i*n'* nt'M 


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TOWNER PARK 


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I til* ipnn.*pc*d a*'l idsn inrt'inn p**M« 
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iina coast wUhin easv range i nr oint Aane jnr> woun iw r,nc. 

' rommunis* jet fighieiH. "t'l'd Oceangoing shipi wdth 

4 . opeiate *mall ships within ‘argoes from abroad woutd have 

1,1 lie fifip{ted That would be th* 
M’pi The Royal papiei jtart of Ihe task, 
rro Club la sponsonng a public More dlffimjil would be »h® 
ind.s It) fieri a memorial to Sit ,|,siupt,ng the IraMl' of 

>lin Ali’ock and .**11 Aiihur junka which ta even more neept). 
'Iditen Brown flrsi filers to „ 4 iy lo t'hina than ’he h'g ships, 
■ting ilie Ailantic. Tbene junks, ringing fiom 50 

^lo itR) 'ons. ruM> me bu.k of the 
i| W*| Chinese foorl and supplies fiom 

.'AlOm III proviiue i*> ano'her. 

Wlihout them U‘b en»iie ,o«i 

‘w'luld be thrown on'u iwn n'.rth* 
which are in- 


H A. HUMBER LTD 

1324 BROAD BTAnTT 8 22)1 -8 1 


ri/ier tii oak nay 
p;tr v*ir -*i4 iturrp b-jrigainn rih.'igl b.'- 
rh*i PirrO fnr ring* llin*i'* nff 'h* k..* 
rh*t* 'pn -’:rn bpgrnniri. Crmbink* *>#-h- 
:niBi t.iflng rppM Pith tirtplsr* Hai-air 
Btppg turns** p'lpcbMt gtrpt*. 41404 
rath ang IM Mr otPni)i 
etinn* J P»«r»on N P2I Btfi . B HI4 
RAYNB MUI.TV 


Superior Hnupe 

Furnishings 

llomesilr Rffecta 
China. Portable T' 


4MKC I a A.*! IDTSX POR nnoo 
gup)*t 'n> r»rti*r ''■•r*nr* Ang a.m-*** 

Bi,**'* Hnc 1411. C*.liv)i,i 

WATBRPROST imw uVXRI/KJKINf) 

D«: A* IlM-t R 4tlt. J1 4lg]. 

tA)VBi.Y iiAirA'HB BiMLOiNO lArni Rugs, 

ii..iiig apbrutipiptely bolt prt- ■ IMS wrltet 

u/r Yg 1 m aoNBi) pgK uoublb ... , 

e.tnt hiu* 0 rin't Kb 2 tl Tilieri 


GORDON HEAD - MOUNT 
DOUGLAS 

Exclusive English Tudor Design 
Seclusion on Treed Property 
Oil O Mafic Hot-Wofer Heot 


OAK BAT AYTIUkCnVB TIfliB-BBD- 

raom rmp* Auv«p*Mik bul-pit aU nra<- 
Ing Ibrp'igbppi Hst Mglttenpl i«p:1 
tu.ig in kpMmaat <uptptei« with pboPtr 
bpiurpppi HI-4 iifiBg rupoi {smrr-M«« 
gliiing ruooi briglit kiuhtn 4*i>. fU H>i- 

■ •14 441 BK-* **'*#t •w*l(tl pt 4>*nu« llg • 

Mi A H 12«p a.4n«ti4ril Himi. 

rppirp Mil _ 

PUR QUICK BALE U M4 DOWN 
Bi.nf4i<p Pi«4 roptnt a-.g utility Luiag 
r-Mii* Pitti flr*p)4^« barps-rv-l fii.o. > 
diiteiia. csMa4i kli4b«ii piipg fbf r*ogr 
'.«« bwIrMn.t 4ad ta.r-plf'* Pcmb'ak* 
baibrop* PbU bSM«*pt witb drlft-ia 

■ t-««S lti,u>4t*g Bi'g 4>i«ri N:*«iy !•••- 
tr,424g Poll pr)«4 44 MO B 431) 

••uiaa TO ATHixnr park »ivtH- 

rwtii tiMc* t*mi-4ti«gAJ4P *pBrbitmsi«iy 

i s y*%rt Big fitUy «4g*rB sbO ttry tatind 

2^UM4 g*PB Pill bsiidte A«4 i ilrO 

fmM*t*'<"t rpn b* grr4g|*d Pull ptlc4 
•n.y II «tt CMibci Mr wintvr, VtrMg 
M4i'ln a Ct L'g , Riin t*t 1 * 1 '* 


DI(*K1K • CO. RKAt.TY 
an PORT UTKKKT BANT PARKIHO 

D4ysant1 HlghU. 8 144* 

•imbor R44l B4I4I4 Bbtrg «f Vltiai:4 


IM I'UOPl-JnV SVANTKD 


ii*p Ttt«)<,r Mm. bH.igalPP PiiH 
«< a -iluw, I'.ua'fg UI) * firtiy 
a'l.ii’ a. n -iti.,. A.tu I . 

• «-Al > .< Th4 kou**- r*«4UI4 
,1 IK... *'g4 Kr-lg rvini Pi‘u 

*#.*>* I t* 4'1‘isg rapta Piib 

1 • , . s m 4M noort 

»>t l9l -tig* •*** ••i.i titag 

.t.f rgn.-Miag M4irP4y '• 

V*,l ....m* *.i.t t*4.ng *)*•« HO. 

*■ IN O M4 I* lurt e*t«f 

A. V* A*i n« ■r-'.irgg .* * Ipe- 
If* r*n>*g 4\ 12 ) p*r m-gttb 


VkB AKB RKVISINlI (iUfl lA*1 UtTiNOB 
Hi prcimrau.iit (uf '<>• tU'-'-g i,.iil«lina 

»c4Mrt' l't»4'a phifT.* ;n U4*. r.|r,..r. ..f 


1115 FORT ST. 


wtuth laiuuvl line 
g't'-q'igtc fur tbc )ub 

only par’ uf these ratirogda, 
the f'cjiitig lIunKtiw Canton 
line and ttte TM*oisin Riikow line, 
were d.-'ihle irgckefl when the 
Natinyt.t i-is were forced from 
the mainland in lfM!> The uom- 
munists kye »*eiie’ ed to have 
duuhic ’rs' ked more of the rail 
lines 

Ttie aea la the only aiiemaMvte 
lo fhejye Tailroads There ar* 
neither highways rof north- 
smt*b 4S4iarw8>s to fairy com- 

mcM». 

To be effeciive a blockading 
' power would have 'o use both 
aurlg<e ghip and airplane to 
attack lunKa. Ti>e Na’ionallttx 
were able i« rP» Ihis q>uie effee- 
lively in IftH during tf'eir famedl 
ami. oonlr**vers|aJ "port < I'nuTe’' 
campaign whu-h lai’ed Ibe heiier 
part ul a yeer. 

The Ameru’ang are runfident 
Ibey ran do the job even better. 

One q*iestion mark ta British 
Hong Kong. 

W ithout Btopping the flow of 
gOfNla from Hong Kong into 
China via the short rsUroad 
from Kowloon lo Canton nr via 
♦he PetpJ River from Honf 
Konf to Canton, a bloahada 
. wouMi havt fraat nukanc* valua 
1 but would not be dee W v*. 


OAK BAY 

$7500 — OIL-0 MATIC 

1) 404 Pin tiiiitl* Th't b..ig«: ^ '4 of 
Ih* i-tdvr lyp* te ta rwl ihip. *sg 
•u’* of H*»"f tpapT ginteg ir •• 

bMrmxB*. kiuheti boiht-'iB. t.**! 

biitOMni 4ig grl«4-ln t4-4t* 

CaniMi Mr Barlr ■ >A** 


WAMrau (AHiir i.or NAt.r acmb 

pr***rr*g lligd lo<*Uun in ■■•.4 <fl*‘rw-4 
•«-ro<i4> l A'I Mr Mi'hul*<)«l B 2141 <14? 
ar oigbi lU.k** P<)t«*r 1(4 

WANTKn ACRBAf.r BUITARUt »Y)K 

VIA AB «r B*4r b«4 t.«t* Big }1*Y 
VK'orlB Pr*4i 


FRIDAY 
At 7.30 oXIock 


$1-5-800 


I.lvihg. Dining and Bedroom 
Suites Davennorts, *(e\*eral Choice 
Ocraaional Pieces, l-xmpa, Com- 
bmation and Standard Radloa. 
Klertnr .Sewing Machineg Ward- 
rnhe. .Steel Filing Cabinet, nee- 
trie Washers, .^kis. Coif Chiba, 
Projector, Ladies' Wafehea, many 
neceasary household piece*. 


SALE OR EXCHANGE 
SEV£N4?OOM HOUSE 


PAiartno- ATTRACTivxLY DBaioarn 
IWHM PUH taur m4"mmu Ura* u*iaa 
r-MPi h.nginm* ilning r>v*«n d*n *)'h 
f f»m»r» funi.r* *04 g*'»g* A ni** 
Ni«* IB fh"ltp Nw.una B»ar *•• a^g 
'raNtport.’te** 44 4*4 A B MItJM, 11*4 
PianabarS B'rMt Bai»ir« 4423 


ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
. & CO. LTD. 

1314 Rratd B'.r*4t O Yjg 

B'atiing* Mr. Carp.b'41 aiM'ia MK 


eADUClA baV 


Rf 4- 'A •>♦ gMA .an-t Pn-.r-rnne* *•*« • 
'44* arji-r*** '1 n**i pf i*p4>:» pi"t 
nw'NMiidinfa • i-<arii.-t.r 'tll'k**'* Op-*** 
all ,*ii in '« ) 4' '« 1w« 41 11.444 tor 
4'-»« -*r fu.l pr--4 f-»r i b arraa J4j* 

Sk : iti<* -uing A*k '"f J Wr'gA!. 
B4I4I >f** O 4TI1 KaiaterPteB * C«. 

1121 Bian.na-d . _ _ 

iT~ ACRBB oo«H» aoiu arRXAM. ttm- 

bar 0«s 21l4 RMD I. Vl'S.nA. 


R arMteB Prp.4 apuitio f.nMf .I'H 

2 J i-aaMMk Airl tumar*. aai*«ra<. i«- 
*M o*-*a r*T**;'ia <• rtguiraA iS’-i.i 
•arNant* far f*n»f w fffp-r«M»B* bung«,r« 
•Ipbi'a. Rnap'iai tlitTlM p*alarrad .<* *tr 

- - $6850 

Mr BMhauM. ByniUM. CnlgtUH sjeu 


•4 FARMik FOR KAlJt 


$4200 

NEW. UNFINISHED HOME 


KII.'^HWVd the ABctl««eera 
III.S Fort HI. G*4< 


KAMCN TTeS aO!WAtOW-mi.-«-MATlC 




POn.TRY FARM AT OUliCAH. ■ C FDR 
,a>* f*tu nr Uat** |irm*4ia’* M»**k»»n*i 
Pi*a<. a-a toc Mr !•< M »'*nsi, Ntjl« 

II 4 Jl.b,b«r Lag . UiS Bra«d aur*> 

S2»2' B4l‘l 

BW4U. rVIlM -A.SD R'’1I/>IM.4 WAIV 
.r..a 41 Mt T**iP* '-ad* B4’.a; 

I .K. Meat lorkers 
May Knd Strike 

MANntK5rrrR. KngUnd. 

Nfarch 25 'ReutersV Two thou- 
sand m**t trade workers In nonh- 

weat England who have been on __ ^ 

sink* for 15 days vrlll go bark font research eolumn here which 
,to work Thurartay pending pego- gk-nen filled with water, eserla a 
ilattAns with their empln>‘er*. prewurg equal *n 17 fa’hnma 
Tlie menl struck because three m the sea .'Submarine crew* 
assistant depot manager* would will make cofitmlled descent^ In 
DOt Join ihelr union. taau of aquipmenu 


ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO. LTD. 


RaglMl h*a( lAirg. Iliini rnnm 

flryptarr Ipa b*4rPO«i* giBing a*** tftll. 
rabma; kiKiten .*4 .lUJiy t.Kia W«.i- 
t 1 aai' rarpaia » imng ronm ang m-.* 
b*gr«ite lUab •• >a*t* I >' 

c ...* .ate' S 3*M 

nmits WASTTD n> nxjwa btiat* 

y.-r-tMte i>uAfB'>* alV> ■aian.ani anJ 
Ijm.**. ■■4MI 1.C ki4«4. larg* o' Ait -tg 
M44S Pltb 41 M4 cMb DM 4 tetea 'tte' 
j.P4r * aaMt. * 2T» 1» eMb«';4« 

aoiigiBg 

r*iMnau>~etvB.ibooai arocco aua- 

gain, utility ang aitB'lteg garaga not 
water Otl-O-Ma'k; »ta<lrti. f^lly r«i|in*l 
grtenta **rp*«*4 fteart. tally iatuiaiag 
p*«t .pi« a r a *)«Nt>: t^g ***p of avrwpvt 
apg b a» .Ra ag*tMa jUg May 

rtCAM HB20HT* •KrixTRTT* 
tl*«* tap 11 444 -aah* tl a. yw rp4 Bw. 
•B 'Np nmi’t *>p bpngplAW tw *» a 
, •**!* T.I** 141 Th* *4*. R»%Hy. 

Sm •* R CaiPpb.1 *ai;4T«t *4144 
a 1V> r»*ning« a Dll ohm B4'*4 


NEW! MODERN! N H A. 

SUITE IN THE BASEMENT 
$9500 — TERMS 

iJtROa. UVlMO *0044 DIMtHO KOOM. 
au. KLiecTRic KircHBu. pocR-eiart 
erviRKOKB axTiiaaoM. two bbd- 
BOOW* ARD A Twaorna haix mr* 
aciTt m TUB sasbmxnt wit* bat*- 
aooH oit-o-MATir kbattwo 
owvBK 001X0 to *BArrLa - «*T 
sblL 


Our saletroomf ire open daily 
for reception and diitplay of good 
fiimlahings- 


A HOME OR INVESTMENT 


K afag la a rMipyrttal gla'rt*i iMa 

aa pa* rPlITPa->aw gT4 e<y* iarg# 
ffppi' ang b*tbrpp« eoU baaM9*ni 
M*« au rMfpa*. NargpNM fl.*ya 
nir'-'im.ui Tea hrapUrat. BaiMrata 

•Sr Of* 

KmiltfS (4li Hr Pranrlf • 2)44 


Tly* mall from ttie town poKt-offiee » coJkrled in 
NC., >ixt before tl» plare wa.a ’kiped off Ihe 
map lo make way for the U S. Atomlr Fjierjjy Clommw- 
gton’t Rianl h>droEen-bornb projert. Bidding gofyJbyf* 
to their familiar post oXf ire box are Mr*. K. R DuPrtert 
nnd her daughler. Jo Ann. The fifK) rexident* of the 
North CnroUnc village have moved oat and begun to net 
up New EJJfjiton Dearby.~(OntrAl Presa C^dian.) 


U. W.) O'REILLY REAL 
ESTATE & INSURANCE 

m 04*)ta«y *)■ lOMtain; BSiai 


THE CITY BROKERAGE 


niAL BarsTB aobwt* n.BAn hot* 
341 CagtU** ainit ptu ta wta ppps Wiut 



V 



Golden Era of Oleo Start 
As Colored Product Slioii 


28 (Holontat VktorU, 8.C., Tkar*., Marck 27. 1H2 


Ontario to Leave H 
To Benin Snniiner ( 


t K<a»r« 

ft H*K 
ft SumaH 

!> WolAvr «f R*IMI 
•I Tray 
11 CC'UP • 

It vii'i • a*mt 
Ift Arli<(» 

II Nf»l 

II (»ia 

M NuMk Awiftn 
du(y 
« Uf» 

li uf 

dhiurd 

Tl ti«’ l•^ •«t|hi 


Mum^ aii'l in mar Atc>r«>H will have stocks d^llv'rmi rhan|*e(l pound (or pound with 

Itannt' iMidod yestrrrlav m (hf Oie nrw suhstiiuir. wholraalors 

..pl.iml bfv'an (..r th^ hut pri.ft* of fhe now yellou Ununi addfd. 

tor AiihAiuuit*. huHcr tutintituit* I* th<* »amf as M.»nufa**iuroo. lu'rJililrtl arrival 

WhnlrA.ihTA rusiieij Biorka to <!unhu ihf um'olorrd pfruxi, ap- *****‘r n**w siivk.^ durlnj; the 
Ui«* lar^i'r vi.m-. immr<luu*ly pruximaioly 40 tn ' 43 crniv a ''•''•K by plaiinj: ra<lui and 

a(ii*r Koval Av'ont wax jjivrji a pound nt*W'*{m|i?‘r'“^dvcrii‘^niemv in* 

, .,l.•^„rK»rmr In „Mmr , «,.uld h, nrr vm« V..n 

• n-n., ,hr .v,l„r..d huM.T •.ub,.,. 'hblr 

,1" *.n n r> P-I„unl. Iho minnns bill T “n " 

HiMMi ^u-r Ih^ Ho>al A'i'-cm av (Pr.jy.ih thr hr ulatu • Thr 

••It bav a mad da.h " Inr . ' -umi; dava , , . 

whilr irvitiK to mm rruilepi < oloring wont makr that 

ordiTs (<»r thr prtKiuct one wholr- l*orMl FOK l*orM) much diffrirm'r in s-ilc** lor per* 

salrr .said. ^ rm-oiored storks held hv re- sons who didn't puri*h.i'>r thr (d«x1 

Corner cro«*rrirs anil outlyini; laitrra are rA'pcrird to 'hr rv hrforr yr*irrd«> ' a rriaiirr s»ld. 


f M A KINK Aa\l> TRAVKIa NKWS — — ' 

The 0,000‘ton rniLHcr, H.M C.S. Onturio. wiW sail from ship ha* born undergoing refii 
Ksquimalt next Monday on her first of a series of summer* *" HMC Dockyard here 
tiainiru; rrimrre. Following ta the iMhetlule for 

_ hy Capt. K. P. Tlsdall o( Duncan, the rec**nily irrue 

remied ship will spend 1X d-:* Harbor Aiirll 7: leave 


at Pearl Harbor, the bU' I'nlled 


!< .S' n>b<ii f«r > "hAit 


(our <Uys nt .San Francisco tlur- pranristo April 2.I. arrive Kv|ul- 
InR ihF S(f».<lay cruise, the pur- malt April 2^. 
po%e o( which la io provide 8«*a « * * 

training (or Junior o(ncer* and Vancouver men reporiivl 

new entry ordinary seamen. yesterday ihaf Victona'4 sea »er 

TTitS'Win be the first tmve pent. Ca<llxjio*auru«. maile an 
H.M.t'S. Ontario ha* pru«x*eded ap(H*arance in Knsllsh Itay last 
to si*B on a crutse since she re- Saturday. ' 

tume<l last D«‘ceml>er from the The j>alr, Reg Palmer and 
ea*t coast, where she lranspnrte«l Bruce Mitchell said they delayisl 
Her .MaJi'Sly Queen Flizalierh reporting the Incident liecause 
and His KoyaJ Highness Prince they (eare«i they might l>e rldl- 
I’hillp between ports in Nova null'd. 

.Scotia. Prince fiJward Island They .said the>- were fl.shing 
and Newfoundland ituririg the |)etwe<>n (..oiainu arvi West Van- 
recent Royal Visit to t'atiada. <*ouver when ’’raddy” mse Kn) 
ence o( opinion with the Social During her period In harlior the yards (rurn iheir Inhoord motor 

iHiat and Hlanxl at them with 
big. saucer »hn|>eil eyes. 

Tliey ilewtibeil the monster as 
having a horse’s heatl three (eet 
in length, and being coveretl 
with brown hair 


III Idlmontoii 


I2.(HK) I rom Holland 

llMlPind is ev|ie*-ted to send 
immigrants to Canada thl.s 
year o( whom between -1.000 and 
iliiOu will be f«rm vrtirker*. a«'* 
e*»rdiTu; 1*1 J A. P.iul of the Fed- 
eral rnl/eiiship and Immigraiion 
Iiepariineiit 


tftnrrnmenf to iJterh' 
I ..S. Care of Adiliels 


M avtneMjt tor 

loiii'im 


)t Hudn-Ansi* lilftiid 
]l Hlewgun tDisAiM 

IS 

tt Hr *>■ 
t 1 It inl 

. I... « II riAnt 


AHortify-Oeneral (lonlon Wismcr announmi tottny 
(hnn* H.C. (ifiiiiiiN will Im* writ to the world-famtHl 
naii-oth* Irealment centre at l>‘\ini:lon. Ky . to nalher 
information for settinK up a "pilol” tmiiment (x*nlre 
in this province. 

The mt*n are Dr. A. K. Davidson, psychiatrist: 
Dr. K. D. \S ut.son, psycholoKi-st, and B. Sleveas, 

provimial proliation officei* and insjxx'tor of jails. Mr. 
Wisnier told the closinK session of the Hire the 

men will live at the institution. 


otms 

I ek>ai iiftt ‘fftr I 
I Vl*|>*r-di.ntit or A 

trtai iiit<ll*«Ak 
lutil 'Vl 
J CAld i.viu* 
ft Tft fco«Kk 
ft Cnur.li iVApift 
ft Oomxftkfttliift 

I HlVrr ut NnrvAjr 
a Paid •Utlva 

ft Cri<«iitUt naftd 

oniftBiAtii 
Ift ('on}unrU«n 

n *<A« ZAa:«:ift 

iia<i*ft tart 
11 Kuo ftlHl 

II S>|l*e.r or ftTAift 


iIlKItl 


To a Meadow Lark 


iVlore Housing 

C 

Kneourased 


la It. a thud iinift 
ftO 

fti < utiit nirttri 

4A esiuuvi* 

4ft ARi-drau IiidiAQ 


By .MAfRlCE IH MBKR 

I went to the theatre (be other 
morn 

.spring The Piay . , . that was 
being burn. ^ 

Twa% an out- 

door ihe.-itre i 

A early If S ; 

Fverv so nden 
I came to a 
pause. ^ 

To i-ejou-e all Jr 3 

roiiml at 
wmiiJrou* 
skill* • ■ 

To nod right Maurice 

back at the daf(*Hl1l* 

An<l to others close by to give a 
smile 


ftl -l>tit.j!,.r d».it 

fti liRvAiian Aird 

M Hroi'h iiai 
va ihi. ft biftrt tub- 
«!«•'(» 

ftft Blhluftlan iit;« 
ftt Btiit br«nt« r«in 
of CtliilA 


Tlie men aboard the Cana- 
dian light crui.ser H M.r.S Que- 
bec made a bee^TTrie (or Holly- 
wood la.st night after the war- 
ship (ha keil at l/>ng Bc*.i*-h. 

The vessel is en route to ha.se 
In Halifax Among those at the 
do<’k awaiting the ship's arrival 
was .Mrs Ma)M‘| 4'rawfoiM of 
Vancouver. whose husband, 
(’ommaiider Hugh Crawford is 
the warship'.* electrical engineer. 


Sawdust 


W(km1 

DRYLAND SAWDUST 


Rrl#ft*rd bf Th* B«U SundlrAl* tor I 


KD.MONTON .March 26 fCPi. 

Provuuon nf more housing fa- 
cilities In Alberta, especially in 
Calgary and Kdmonlon. is en- 
•••jurnged in a tiUJ given fir-it 
r'M*(ing I'wtay In the provincial 
laorislature. 

The hill, one of 10 piei>es i»f 
m**opy legislaiiori uitrod'o «**l. en- 
ables muiilcipaliites t«i lake ad- 
vantage *if the Fe*li*ral Housing 
A* I 


Al.I. HFAH Klli too* . FIR ( OAIISR AM) 

<( KKKNKI) SAM Dl’ST BV BI.OUKK 

By Blower, 2 Tnits SI 12.50 

Bv Blower, 4 I nits $12l.tM> 

By Bulk, 2 I'nits $8.00 

Hemloik Sawdust (or gardens — 3 units S6.00: 1 unit* SIO.M 
JtW'i F’lr for furnace and fireplais*. 3* j ixirds $11 ; 5 c*»rd* $30 
Boiiedry fi’4lar-~3'{ isirds $6 00 
3 foot lengths— 3 rortls fS.OO 

Immediate DelUcry— V\e Have Two Blow er* at Your Service 


BUSINESS FOR SALE 


Smart new Kumiture Bii.'^inesg (hiRh quality) for 
.sale as {;oing concern, very reasonable, on Island, 
by owner. 

Apply to Bo* No. 1701 Victoria Pres* 
Inquire with strictest confidence. 


Ml sT KFfilSTI.H 
\VA.SHI.\t;TU.S, March 26 
lAP'. The Senate has passeil 
unanimously a hill liial would 


Aa on the grivn carpet. I walked 


Ha (iuaraotee to Supply You .All Year .•Around 


It Will B-lhew TmiTurtpalme* to require all foreign diplomat who 


d<iwn the aisle. 

1 I sat on my seat 

midst .soma 
‘r-.j foliage 

V Tuning up musi- 
cians. on Koma 
r - . -A distant stage 

• I Shakenpearel 
I J knew never 

\ m tnfe * piav 

I M Without scattering 

m bird- notes, 

|k/m along the way: 

Kea»a penned 
J words, they’ll 

t ever prevail 

J Immortal lines to 

/ a Nightingale 

f The poet Edgar 

Fawceff poured nut hi* »oul. 
And rhymed his admiration for 
the Oriole. 

‘Yearning toward Heaven until 
It’s wish was heard. 


iHirrow up to 25 per cent from 
the pr*ivinie am) 75 j>cr ivnl from 
(he Dominion t»f m**ney required 
for .nqiiisiiion ami servicing of 
land ms evHary f**r hoiLsirig. or 
for finvincing municipal housing 
schemes, or b*»th. 

Another bill given f»^^( rea*ling 
auihori/es renewal for five year* 
of the fiHleral provincial tax 
agret*meni. 

Premier E. C. .Manning said 
the new agreement includes no 
fundamental changes but does 
include a change in the method 
nf computing the payment to 
Alberta. 

Most important (o Alberta, said 
Mr Manning who also is provm- 
I'lal tren-surer. is that (he “ir- 
reducible minimum’’ payment Is 
increased $7.0f(0(>00 to approxi- 
mately S21.000.00n. 

A bill intrixJiicerl by Mines Min- 
ister N..E. Tanner provide* that 
a |>erson ow'ing both mineral and 
surface rights on land ts given 
the right after selling the mineral 
rights to enter Into a separate 
agreement covering surface com- 
pensation. 


OfFICf 
L nil 


DHILLON FUEL CO 


prepare or disseminate political 
priqiaganda to register a* propa- 
gandists. 


I)e Gaulle Say 
Balance 
Gannot Last 


PARIS. March 26 UNSi. -rien. 
Charle* ile Haulle warned to- 
night that the west must act 
*’.is If the ihie.it nf Immerllale 
Russian aggre.sslon existed" be- 
c-ui'c Die pteM'nl east-west bal- 
am e cannot ‘ last forever." 

He said; 

“Only tiod knows whether it 
Will b«' poH^ihle to settle issues 
with llusvu without war.’’ 
fte tlaulle spoke to a group 
of .’lO vlmilng American editors 
who h.vl visited Oen. Owight 
D Elsenlmwer earlier in the day, 
The lea*ler of the reunion of 
the FiTnch People Movement, 
dominant party In the national 
asKcmblj. said If he ndurna to 
power he would demand re* 
examltiailon of the North Atlan- 
tii- Treaty organlratlon but 
Would not rani'cl any French 
American agreements. 

!>•* tiaulle said he considers the 
presence of Uiv troops in Europe 
“.ihsniuiely nei-essary. until 
Eur-ii^e is capable of defending 
ltwir.“ 

De (I.nulle was ake«l If he fell 
the I'nlte*! .<%iafes h.ad sent suffi- 
cient ir<Mi|vs and money to Eu- 
rope He n-pb**’!’ 

“The 1‘niied Stales |s making 
an immense cff*irt. But It mu.st 
make clear the extent of Us 
C'lmmliment* In Europe and thus 
•void the impression that It may 
ch.vnge Us mind " 


cleans your breath 
as it 

cleans your teeth 

and 

helps prevent decay 


lAftOI 

SOI 


And oft in the t'plandt high 
overhead. 

I've heard all things iljai Shelly 
said; 

Then In MY theatre at If by 
•ome spark. 

The clear whistle song of lh« 
first Meadowlark. 

The words were clear in ih« 
morning sun. 

•'He haw. He Haw . . . (faster) 

, . . sun of a gun." 

Whistle It now . , . Join the 
.'Spring fun. 

"He Haw He Haw . . . Sun-Of- 
A-riun" 


li‘c (he nvosi ncridng Mnnarrb eser hoih . . . i(*i heaatiful 
hesond compare with all-new orrlmg sod it'a 'war op lo 
power too! Proodir il lookt lU part . . . and pace.* ira 
fine-car field . . . aa /Ae wmti aeae mm4 dtQrrrni 

C 0 T H hi! th* C^nsdimm r%sd /er 'iV Sec thii new Mortardi 
to* focfftclf. llftCB f«ai d/is« It ! Yon'tl — 


NEW 12S44P. 
V-l ENOdNI 


WOOD Special — 3 Days SAWDUST 


■ All Mr 12 In Hravy Slabs Aiao 12 In Hr for 

■ srrruitT r««ft Kitchen and General Vw 

H Furnacp ant! Firi'plare •* »>••**' 

^ 2 Cords 11.00 a Cords 9.CH> 

■ 4 (ords ‘20.00 4 f ords IT. 00 

H See This H'lMtd at Our 3'ard and Office 

_ AMO 0KU.ASD Hi «h U4. RAWmST. S (SITa. halft. ST. SO 
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StoT./ O.K. fuel 


No need lo look and look again to tee the diflerence la 
thii new carl Take last one glance at that atonniog new 
bond and grille— at that huge, ene-piete oarsed wind- 
abield— at the new rear end treaimeai. Here’* adranced 
design . . . here’s new laiar? and room tondc as welL 
Now roe can command the tBaa/peseer/af Monarch V-S 
Engine erer hnill and— 


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lAi rriM .--M - ih.nl I may 

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i-' II. biii: and •Aith i.i.-:;* ••* • 
ll-fi.i.i r xrwod 


s ti u*i ri.ib, 
• A diamnn-l a> t 
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a moment a thouK-M naciarFr 


Daily ANrolojiv 


m 9 5 PJ"v t,. ^ 

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a-- THIHB 5 THAT 
AREN'T TRUf ' 


VSMA- 


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Of (HV UN-aORM, VILN 


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-IfplOl 


I> n*' ■ • •''•LiUlr l'.••d Han 
w.- . s*ii i! ii'A hoc An«l •• *- •> 

ibr hi j*iii I,;. d«) hr oprofuj 
tuo h-«c I.. jM.p I.IMlf Rr*l }frn 
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*hrr- i|h 


jK- sr> kvini-.g ha ^ i>- 

fil ls.- ' i. a-- fo*)d *'l ai'd ;r." 

'■ •■paiatr W|t:, 

April yr *0 Mas -> Ta;.r.. i 
Karp Iha balao.-r nf power in 
I '"‘I hti I*, rxri* |.rfaor -tiif. 


w • . , Srf. i- »• Rr- ■'.. 

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n- .•' Ibo Id 
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s...innrd In tha hap whirr 
\Sigpj-. uax TTta; r .- 
mg arratchlng n.- 
•‘■a ‘hota quaar ni.laas'' 
Mr Fos '• 

T-r ;.r-u *an a But <1 
• t I will tr;i \ou m ‘u 
■■ X ainrs 'f thr oprrrf 
.• K-.rr-r .offaa into t;-r trx 
- rraka lamonada for fh.r 


I rrxiad 


1: . ; ti. s-. i. IR • Aquaiin' » - 

•p -f a, Ax of^p for rharirax 
maKA haxdwav mutijal 

*'f f.vrr ing; 


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FOR ^'E ] 


AH, NVHiLf 
SlONOlfS NOT J 
AT hCmE I CAN i 
OMB ISIVECLF^' 
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r-i..anr • >X prof-'able 
dx rloxa ax»fH i*rs 


of an* 

Marrh 


(Colonist (!omic 
Hatiio lealure 


/*.'T*',tan up that ixr of 
\oura for Iha aummar 
-ar ahead The ax 
fK Moone*. • five 

I.*--.* at Jowaxt 

ro»f lo vou No lob too 
larg# or to»> tmal 


l«^ COMt Of PAnCHO. As 
'.te P-TJ riA - . 

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P 4 AC ARE M FOOL.'_MCi^ lF' 60 ^ h:MI 


^l‘A< V ( adrt, one of Iha 
' ragiilar rnmlr tlrlpa on 
Ibis page. I* alxo a national 
radio feature, praoantad In 
Ihr form nf a half hour 
«arlal aarh UrdnaAday and 
t'rlda> 

The ahow. whMh la Ha 
xlgnad for rhiirfrrn. ran be 
heard osrr i -T\ | at A p.m. 
on Iha two daya each week. 
It |a paid of tha atatfon'a 
|A minute •perial hat of pro- 
grama for rhildran. 


y ’ “iIrvO* A*s*. 


.T differ, 


sx and ’h* fo» wa- 
i ii -A to a.i'-"!'- I.'"'e 

hi;‘ h.e na ar • '’'d 
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r ROBERT CUMMINGS^ 

TERRY M 00 R£ ms COURIUND 

THE 

BAREFOOT/^ 
k MAILMAN ^ 

supftt -'Com 


NOWAID MUGNI) 


ROBERT IIZABETH 
MITCHUW SCOTT 
ROBERT RYAN 


mull uiY 

WINTERS MERRILL 


OU£kjumOll|S|fijOR 


DAILY 

COLONIST 

PRESENTS 

J. ARTHUR RANK 


UNIVERSAL 


Concern Expressed for Assize Jury 


Fund Still Short 


30 8tU|l (SolonUt. • C 

27, tVSl 




ON THF RrRrrN 


hranfhTM FrVnrh m 


. . • F'^‘1 i rn«< 

in Om* /Irui* for 
!«»•« VN> M uAt lim niRi*. 

«n"uai riiiv^ for fuP'la 
rfjriomj^ on'iJ *0^ **o‘t "f ihi» 
fnon»h ao'l nffif*u!s imprful 

ih** ob)i*i*'iv<» will topp«*-l 

Th^ ft > s 1 n f « r xr a I 1 ■» n 


Atlas — P.iiM'ing *hf I'loufis 
S^nh Siiiwhinf a» 

6 IT, V. plu^ ‘Th<* Tankii 
An* Coming ' 

( aiiiiol — "ITif i ’ ai 

100 iOf» Mt. 7.'l 'AT 

— -T n « n *• fall 
P'mm a Kiraniifr " at I I® 
3 17 MX 7 lit P:r: 
l-'m— "Qin^n fi<r « l'a\ ' at 
». r. ?*•«• 

Oak Hay— ’( aptain 

II«.nibP»wfr '* at ♦» ‘»m,, 

Odfoii — ■ App«'iMtfnfnt VS'jth 

Venus," at 1 17. 3 'il» f> ’^7. 


nf ihe pionry laiMHi wnukl he *i 
lo< atf'l |o tfif women * workrooin 
to purchase supplies fur \oi 
unifri- woikers. 

'I’hf tuppiH'j s:** made up inio 
<{annen!3 for ^hlptjumt rivfifr-.i* 
of the jj4r;::rr.". at<- f“r 
fhlltlren ao'l layt \far frrfje u' 
mo** uf 'hf huniJif* s. 
/turn Vii-ioria af»il uim*« pa‘**^ uf 

I .iM.tiia 

l,v|i»o*s an<i i=i>'*ooi gath«*r for 
fi.i* work, under iJirmion «*f d** 
jiartm*mf • aulrman. Mis^ II 
.Nank a’ no* wmiuuum ur in. liietr 
own Jiom»-s or orftrr •»ii*ji);** 


Dll K^KKN r‘ 

An Knif rialiim<-nt Treat 
for All the Kamllvl 


STARTS 


TODAY 


“IIONT >IISS THIS 

1111 Ml *11 tl IM*T UMS 1 ML 

Ml sa I * or o I at noot 


Taxks 


A house to huUM' i-anvasi un. 
he made at I,jinKford for funds 


ehin ■ t «e pom 


Pla/a - The Barelool Mil 


'SuNSNim 

M.M •TfecwMKOioa - ^ 

Morgan mayo Nelson 


wiXlieii o|i|xi*ih 1 to lepuratloh-^ 
talks, with the tiermans swore in 
rfiuni* To'mJ.iv; "If ! e\ei foicet 
the desiruilfoii of Jews h\ Ihtlrj 
may m> rti;ht hand wither. " 


mov 'TT.fnt ani'mi' 'to 
doll* millavsfd < 'iiM(moiii*t*. 
I i»' Ol.ir le»|f tne ii.iin*' of 
(*li*pim and M|it?e=ii- 
die r*iinmiiiiisis n-u t.» 
further to "foreicn dirtf'-tni 


munlty hall. 

OeleKaies from the Seoul 
jliiiUp rommitiee l-anifford 
Patent Teachei-*' Association. 
Buffalo l.odKe and fommunlty 
I'lub laid plana this week at the 
home of t. K. l.eQuesne. It was 
ifpiiried. 


man, plus "JuiiKle M'l: 
hunt. ’ 

Koval— ’TV Paul’s Infantr; 
rhriros." at M.30 pm. 


\OU SIIOUINfi! 

si I a*. I M. B i«. 7 ti t r 


SjMinsxiriMl hy tin* VV.M.S. 

Mflropohtan i hiinli 
i-rtda>, April I. at N 1-^ I’ M 

The ‘ AIIION ( HOKI S 

' S«|iu»atra> 

rtOili \midersar%’ 

TIIK OIC.XTOKIO 
NT OK OI.IVKS” 
HKKTIIOV KN 


Vo-iorn l.iw\er-* -ire not i..n 
lempUdnc a fi\ed.i week for 
law iiffi' e* |*fe*tden‘ «if Vl«'"iia 
Bar uidon. How, Till llir 

molt .ittl lu-t niifht. 

If ari\thiii^ H tlone 1< wo>iM 
he (MiIivuIujI piflePM'ie, lie 

ii'iileil 

Mr lUinum -'^d lUai the a<- 
- . |.r.ii.,ilir wmld au:*ii 

f'lll d< i.iils on V»iM"Mi\er ri*|i‘U!-> 
t tl a 1 l.iWAer* there ;.e'-*fntav 
\<)*fd to *e»*k to 'iadirdav 

>i<- .-■••d < ji"" oiiidi-.ii <la\ 

Tliai J- im tfuMl pf'!-*-'. eimltl 


Royal * Tonight 
at 8.30 p.m. 


*o» e 


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Infantry 

CBORHS 


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MEMORIAL ARENA 


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FRIDAY! 


NOTH ■ 

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Our I *itaJ 
Program <*f 
VTolloti 
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TiNla> OwuiK 
Ml Slaae 
Allrai thin 


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tfUr T a M kl ihr lli**lr» 


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Self-Cleaning Rakes — 

■ 1 • u.i\ -’J lr>ith St\ le, mi- h ■ 

rtm> for lone w-.-u. lamlled qiiiuitii 
Kach 

Canvas Grass Catchers-ar-r 

-f*on-f^isi«iltiminiin' ha-{- wiihb*'-*'. 
top for K'" lo lf>" mowers, <f" ' ial 

Brass Hose Nozzles — • 

chase Non-ni.sting, ad;..*lHhle from I: :h? 
aprav. Buy now for Spline '-iurdr; - 
Katch 

Large Watering Cans — ■ 

Impofied from Kngl«n<l I/mg vfrjuf 
Gr»»en haked-on enamel finish K-ich 


.SjBOf'jally 


Busy Bee Sprinklers — spec ially pur. 

rha.«ed to sell at this low prirel Butterfly 
tv{)e spray, for lawn or garden. F^ac'h C 

English Hedge Shears — Qualiiy 

Sheffield ste»*l blades, 9” long, and slurdv 4 f>H 
hardwood handles Kasy to operate. Pair I 

Boxed Prize Roses — 

Indtvidualh boxed rose** in mans populai CQ^ 
varleMes Reduced lo clear. fV)\ ww 

12 " Steel Trowels — i>mai.ie 

quality, all-steel trowels, made |n Fmgland 4 Qr 
Heavy duty for all gardening. ?^fh - Iw 


VlUfst K 1 (h*! 


A t OMVI VNIH> KAin 
T<» < XI*TI KK A « OVV 


LONDON DRY GIN 


APPOINTMENT 
WITH VENUS' 


PerHonal Shopping Only! 

Reg. .X.V Ranihoo K*kes— .Strongly made for 
u.se with grass rlippings. leaves. >jich 29C 
Keg. 5V f^rwig Bait— Quality bait wnih re- 
KulU guaranteed. 1 -Ih. packet 29C 

IJme and Sulphur Spray — Reg 59c, l’‘or spray- 
ing all fnilt trees. C^iart 49 c 

Keg. XV flnthespins— Hardwood, spring type 
n d07en per box. .Special 2*1 C 


stsrrln* 


Consult Ronald F. Jeune 

Optometrist 


A d»ftin^ui5hf<^ pr(>du(*f of 

THE BRITISH COLUMBIA DISTILLERY CO. LTD. 

VtHIrwmrtff R C 


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I Hl RSDAY, MARCH 


VICTORIA 


The novelty and voriety of textures 


waists nipped to a min.njum . . . hips rounded genny . . . 

with the rustle ofpetticoots beneath ... the flirty, feminine 

fantasies that ore hats ... the many light hearted 

accessories — TOGETHER — they spell all 


the enchantment that is Spring 


New for Spring '52 — tHe tiny 
shrug coot . , most noteworthy 

for the exoggeroted size of its 
deep set sleeves. 


New for Spring '52 — the suit 
with Q brief, waist cinched, arch 
hipped locket ... a skirt meant 
to whirl oll-oround. 


New for Spring '52 — Spencer 
lockets lending elegont oirs to 
dresses designed for every hour 
of the day. 


New for Spring '52 — the hot 
with o pert look perched o'top 
short cuts . . . accenting the 

femtnmi t y -of -frhe^eeoson. 







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Gloves for Spring in Lighter Weights and Colors 


Vic^tri*. B.C., M*reh 27, 1B52 


2 fiaily ColonUt 


tnd iMrher and nylon «urh ligh' m»n 


Gibson Girl Steps Out 


Evening; Stars 


lonM 4J 


rowbinitton* ram nut iha em *rny leather »h*d«. Mnd mst 
pntaii on liphtwnghi floNf« for and ti*v\. 


•n4 new at; la datailk ara tha kav 
nnia nf man * glova* dasifnad for 
tpnng '^2. 


of »hf past wl»h an all important Hi*h mllan . . full slaavas 

, waistlinas mada small and 
ciachad m. and bark intarast 
akirt lullnaw. ara alt uip>ad right 
out of iha Gibson Girl ara. 

>\(ra»*onp* glva *pa« ial aicant 
I4v4ha look” with iailorad. 

hut rlajtcr-link’ tia* • ■ high, axira 
I'ollaro, lummerhunds and Iwlt* 
in aiihar wide or narrow width*. 

Small wai*i* look avan tmaller 
with hiplina padding and stiffen- 
ing. asparially m Iha dairlara . . . 


Small FURS a Must for Easter 

. [/ NECKPIECES 

• KOUN.SkYS 

• SABLES 
< Marian* 

• MINK 


h«« th«T up 

f«i,r tui'* rnt'i an* 

•'•r »•<’(■ 
(or M'l' I l••l'4rT 
• n't pl*t4<<rt Itr •*■•••( 


for your new EASTER 


full leg o’ muiton or balloon 
*)aa\e* . . , above'. 

From >oung teen* to their 
ft*hion-<vjn<riou8 moilier* and 
grandmama* ... all of fa*hion * 
daugh’erx will find dre** • up 
ideas In the -rbry' Ninety” theme 
a high point of tha Nifty 
Kifha* ara’ 


MODERN FURRIERS 


110* Fort Strael 


coaTS 


f<MU "* r*«' 
l,»' ,an (.ft • 

I'M ,f«. B« ' ftf 

■•‘('•tr. n«i' 

' ■ f < 4 I. tll-VMl |iPtr«.n« 
iliiite >til«rM la raait'n 


CATHERINE WILSON’S 


tOlWET 


Curves 

Shortest 

Lines 


FIRST ^ 
YOUR 

FOUNDATION 

GARMENT... 


ImparKa tall. . 

' ’-tt la 'nl4l li| - r* 

I.' t .ui'.a iar ** 
m I>ia 
B.ra. .e.rki 
•■Ml UfUBi ar.' 

lanai 


\ . tee our wide 

^ *«l»etinn of founda- 
tion farmenta for 
•very figure type . »ee 
how genila. how aa»> . 
they nip In vour waiai. for 
today • tiimming figure. 


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• at km 

;n«w MB'. I - : |ia'* 
e h.ai 
..n.itn.* 'aa.ia.f 
»-a iifii** •• - en*' 
-»i»t inf"'. l.mM 
BB.i . (•»•' n. 

«-• . i> .t VI le.a.* 
la rraai. I'aai a>».. 
12 IP il 


SWEATERS 


A* llluaireiad Try 


iPinain maiir flare. Front piWkeu rreate 
laking • KClina. 

ingiime * C*”*d grey Faimc! 

^ akirt IS given umg* hv ihe addi 
tion of a hulioneil down panel 
enklrf uHh gray button* whirh flarea 
I either from the front to the bark, 
form a 1‘he aiim ba«’k *kirt keep* |i* 
It'* boautiful m fullne** in front with a *anea of 
flannel. parUru- unpie»sed pleat* and the flared 
n ov"er the fMr ekm »* new thw year wuh full- 
[leitiovat. next auingmg out fiom the 

le full <ktri that Pom»* of htaidedged poi-keu 
ind flat**'l In ibe With fuilnev* ai't-emeil here or 
itmian iiuinner, there, bark ni front, the fa.ahion 

vreating a clia- “"‘n* ‘s -‘'“'1 •“ 

ful, av'ooping «kirt. 


iv.'^eni Invteiid U an iii*'iMenre While the full »kin* 

of ho-.om Ihe nartow w.il*i, the j 

. . , la-iiion * riarll 

Clll•^e^l hlp- 

Kull. billiming *ktrt* . . . many new tun 
niHvvT* of aianlied and ruffly bur'll of fanry. 
petiiroai* . - - both completely 
lari' like, .-oniinue to em hant I’le 
liriiev While the hand “pan- 
uai.*t gin* prefer skirl fuMnew 
falling from the waist, there Is 
a mo*e per*u**we api«**l f<»c the 
heavier figure in ihe hip yoke 
fpll skin* The line mer the 
hip* remains *m*Miih xslth full- 


Be rorreetlx fit?ari by 
expert*, with aarvire 
that satisfies, from a 
•penalty ahop at no 
extra charge . 


SKIRTS 


1a>partM tklru- A.'^«nn• *.r- 
(•M **fi<*iJ gr« ttamU 
•:..K'..a* p'.M'M It- ft iiMi 
11 va I* 


For 

12 Wars 


From 


sroTf fi 

.IFHTl FR> 
A heautiful 
seitetion from 
only 

91 00 


Shopping 

Ontre 


Downtown lioeahon: fiM FORT 


BLAZERS 


Victoria's 

Smartest 

l)r«wed 

Woman 


IMPOKIKl) 
ITtOM 
S< OTI..\NI> 
Pure wool 
authentic tar- 
tan srarvea 
and tnm*. 

OtHv. each 

91 95 


Large Handbags 
Follow Jewelry 

fkigs are big Ihia spring, no 
loiibt echoing the maasive feel- 
ing lit new *eH*on jewelry. Black 
plti'-tic patent leather and Im- 
jM'rii'd straw* are designed for 
sinking 10*1 time ;n-rent*. 

Punipkm and half-monn ahape* 
apj>rar in faille and patent with 
piping and handle* of faille. Bn* 
and poitrh *»>le* aia truly spring 
like in pastel milan straw' appll 
fjued With rose*. 


Aiithenlif- Tartan Skirls, all- S 

round pJeatr'd. Si7.M 12 In 2u 


fashion headquarftrt for 


PICCADILLY SHOPPE 


ion 00\TRNM*NT 9T.— TIIF CORNEII OF FORT 


H*rp 

ebarry roff 
19.95 


Regardless of »he pnee 
you wish to pav, vou 
will find a handbag at 
Rirks to fomplement 
your spring ensemble 


Our Complotp 
Selet'tinn Inrludes 

Alllgainr ^ 

Snakeskin 

Ostrich 

Pau* falf • 

English MorcHTO 

Pigskin 

French Antelope. 

i^uede 

Anuaian 

forrie 

Faille 

PlaiTlc 


SF’RING 

SCKNE 

STEALKRS 


over to 
the charm* 
of the new 


red cobra 
19.96 


and 

admiring 

N 

glances 

from 


Colors Include 
Black brown ntxA’, 
and all of the fa.*hion 
able, lighter spring 
ahadei. 


everx’ 


Mjka 
red cobra 

t«.95 


Vonefff 

red ca^f 

19.95 


UMBRELLAS 

HANDBAGS 


120S DouAlaa M 


T0IL708 Yites Street 



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TS«r«4«y. Martk 27. )«S2 


ions in 


PERSONALIZED ACCESSORIES 


Straw Hats 
In Demand 
For Easter 


Te'CemfiUu Vflur 5p»»n| W 

HANDBAGS and BELTS by Hudson 

• ^murtlv f*shlnnr<1 In iMther* iwno«l» »»t»An» 
*m1 snaknkln and rt**ignfri to oulfr wpecully 
fnr ^ou- 


B.C. CRAFT HOUSE 


Knitted iuil« u( bou< tr are <>111) «ii the lovely pasiela. are heme 
one of the mfH<fcpopular thoii'e** oved a lot. Mom of ihe Jinetta 
f<ir aprinx near and Vu-torla have been treated and are riea>>e 
a’ore* have a wide variety of eolor reaiHtani. 

Pnrt atyle« to offer. Duaty pinka. 'rite «un tan ensemble, a aieeve 
lime et^h. winter white and |»«,<> dr»*%H. oden inaiie uf one of 
heige lead in tfie ttilur ihoin’a. i».e l>euer maienaJ*. nn»tie«1 with 


M-l M)RT sTKKKT 


“Although Victoria ia a town 
(or felts, this la a straw reason ' 
sa^s Kva iVdpman. ounft of a 
dres.a and millinery store. 

Mrs. i'ulpman exfiecta to •‘ell 


usual ami from a look at her^ 
%tork mo^t vvjil he with flat 
(Towns for what the rraile ha*> 
ptiblii‘l/ed a« ' the level look. 

Bonnet and yhahe styles f»op 
uUr for many ivea^on- are <»n the 
v^ane now. .New mo'lela are 
either forward tilted or worn 
straiifhi on file head 

Kor Women who are worried 
alxiut loving their hat« in \’lr 
tona’c hiee/e*i man.v of the »ty le- 
thal Mil hij*h on the head «*oine 
v^iih liin Mower 1 lips vshtch 
fasten to the hati jukI arxiw liie 
ears. 

The Hips niairh oihei flower 
tnmtnInKs on the hai- and should 
ipinv-e a more aitra>(ive method 
of se< iirinj; headgear than the 
tivighils elasiir hand* that lanie 
with the flat i-i (iw ned hats of 
•‘e\eral years ago, 

Kollowing sjtrlnK's fir-t f<rrnr 
He navy are mtri«.-va a Irrr.i;;; 
shade; mushroom, a deep fdnk 
hfjge. mint green and i loud pink 
Two popular hplu shade* ate a 
stale lone and a blue grey .sliaue 
known ihi* ypar as i ray on blue 
All the natural straws will be 
popular with motlels m a lange 
.of pnre.s Many are trimmed 
with blai k nr rolore<l velvet and 
some have velvet fai ing. on the 
small hrimv 


nave Wieir advantages. ne a- good at the nakiail hour 

The silk print, although alwa> s as in the early morning. 'Ihe 
a Irexi -seller, is not seen a* mmh bolero tojriietf sun dress la still 
this year. The smaller pniit as going to he a {Kipular i lioii e 
In the lie silks Is in the lead. Bmadly .s|»eaking. hats are 

Many of the toais iiouttni in snriall and perky, amt .sit 
the downtown shops still have vtiaighlef on (tie head than they 
the flattering roonded shoulder did last year. The -atUrr in boHi 
line amlwide flaring back. Mtaida. tough and smooth straws, is pet 
nubhy tweeds, and itavy are haps In Ihe lead with the -mail 
numerous. parn ake a setuiid choiiT. .Most of 

For--*i f mmer weatr the hats ate flower inintnevl ami 

linen as well ai butcher linen. In many ha>e velvet nbixjn trim 

rning as well. 

Summer play clothe* will l>e a 
joy to most Women as they offer 
a great vaiieiy of ’mises' and 
"maidieM " (remin la iiie thing 
for jday tluthes and tlie new pale 
«okus are a far • ' 


j e wellery 


There i- nothing oulfe 
*<i eftei'UVf ihia vpring 
as Ihe unusual effett 
neated bv heraldic 
lewellery. Included In 
out selection is Cop* 
pertnne fashinn'a 
newest In costume 
lewHlerv 

NeeklatTii fnun fl .VI 
HiiH>rhea $1.00 to 

$17 VI 

Karitng*. from $1 V) 


Plain Pump 
Key Shoe 
In Victoria 


Jockey Cap 
Popular 
Youn^ Style 


ry (torn the old ' 
strl|K‘d "licking ' and drah bioe.s. 

Pedal pushers, .slacks, shott'. 
sleeveless blouM-s box jackets Ida 
ai<d halter tups ere just a tew 
:..4 .>n.arl mo«lel.« to l>e .sje-wn 
Komance Is Die only word to j 
describe the ev.-ning and after- ^ 
dark gowns this spring and sum 
rncr. It 1* a filmy season wtili 
nylon mar (luiselie. nylon tulle 
and nylon net way out In from 
Cumbineil with lace it la user! fut 
many of tins reason'* wedding 
gown*. .Satin *eem* to be atm«rst 
nut of the fashion plettite fur 
evening and wedthngs. 

The ballerina length has gainerl summer »t\les In *uiis; coat*, cidcdly jer 
In pi*»minenee and alHMit half the daytime and paiiy dresses, not rri'p look 
frmks In he al stores are in this h* mention the flower tnmmetl with nattv 

and velvet -ribboned millinery . flarerl jfklr 
Skirt* are very Imuffanl in the Tins is a seastm -of fabrics many = 

floor length mwlel.s. anortling to Die manager of one pt‘’Uire ne- 

of Vutona* bolter shops trim, are al 

Important news (or j»Layai .\yion and orlnn and nylon mix- ' " tuna *ti 
home* are ronveiiible lounge tiires. non-enishahio and irease- The .stiori 
fashion.* which can be worn out- resistant, washable and haul padding at 
d<jor» a* well a* indoors wearing, are Ix-ing used to jacket and 

'rhe duster continues Into fashion many pf ihe spring j>entll tdim 
spring a* the most Important friM'k*. They are featured in or the oihe 
lounge wear fashion. With clever plain erdors and coin dots rnaUs* news in su 
new styling and trimming ireal- into .sleeveless frocks, with and wool i 
ments. and with special em- tucked hrxlices and fun*ver gabardines 
phasis on novelty fabri(?s. it pleated skirts. range of pri 

wear* a more dres.s-up look than Vying with the nylon maierial.s navy are j 
In the pa.si are the shantungs and real kilks. there Is a w 


l.efl Pale blue Honan silk with a fitted jacket that 
curves over the umbrella skirt of the untJerdress. 
CePitre; Navy miroleen with plaid silk taffeta drafa-d 
through neckline and belt. HiKht; 'I*his tops a silk 
taffeta gau 2 « drrs.s with a ayveeping coal of blatk silk 
barathea 


.'<niaii .Money 

Jew eJJery 


Kashioned of authen* 
tie nnn* collctted from 
all pail* office wot Id 
and legal currenev 
in Ihe cnimtrv of their 
ni igin 

*Nerklacr* Riareiei* 
but rings 
$: DO to $i 00 


.'•illANTI SU (.O TtK.hTKKKs 
Shimmering stianiung in fuile 


cuk»rs (asnuHV! 


to Pottgia* 


dresses and line* Die man lung 
cohir mat the coat, a .soft wool. 


LOVE'S 


THE (HBSON <;iKL BLOI SE 
IN PKETTVt PLEATED 
NVLON 


★ CRISP 

★ FEMININE 

★ SO FASHION-RIGHT 
FOR EASTER! 


In short and three-quarter Icnjfth 
sjfM'ves. Sizes 12 to 18. 


The traditional wedding gown gores and a scalloped hemline 
is an aciTpted fait, this spring serving to accentuate the smooth- 
for formal and Informal br.de* fh'wing "houhler-to hem lines. 

alike. And it* enchanting heir- prominent 

, Iv featured for this springs wed- 

loom po..|bUm.« .r. .nl,.n<«l. ,p. 

to the uimo.st. by lavish prinifss j^.gr a* a full trained fliKir- 
and Kmpire styling. Ihe abun- length princess gown with the 
dant u-e of rich fabrics that are gloaming *aiin romblned with a 
luxunou*lv ariented by a wide ,a,.p long-sleevetl lx./lice that 
variety of embroideiies and lace provenis an Kmpire Ixilero look 

L,;ii tt I #. . . Also serving to heighten the 

Billowy, puffed or x.ifi i rusfie.J _ . . , 

„ . r .11 II . romantic asia*ci of this seasu/i * 

alee res. exaggei alcil ilritj ete ... . 

nr.kll„.s. ilram.l„. l.,i-..,mph». ’•v;b -'<■ .»m, 

cow.,, .,,,1 Mollopo.1 hrmln,., on 

sk,rm.l IrnK.h "'"•'"H’ ««'■ 

K„»„« .omb.no .0 .ro.„o ol “'T. ''V 

f«,.» .... ...» i_ tuMtus* Into tl.e tram, a idlle 

feet of sui*.Tlalivp elegance. . .u • i . 

•n— . » 1 . . greatcoat, that sweeps riio a 

The wide uve of hixtirious fak , , . , 

ri..w .no ... I.. . . .. tram, de-igned over a .stiajilev* 

ricv and trim* in«uides -ur ti hit- . . . . ... 

.... gown; and swag dra|x*s at both 
ing arm airv ivues as nv Uin tul e . .. ... v. .. 

. ' I 1 . I t he shou der n*l hem ine. 

(omblneil with nylon nhbon lace 

embroidery and IririeMenl beadiii LKT IT <.I.KA>I 
lace with rows of lace ruffle*. A Wash nvsiume lewelry in anv 
street length g(»wn in Ihl* light liquid shamp<K> and see hi»w fresh 
manner I* of light re.|»mbroidere<l and gleaming it Immrdiaieiv l>e 
lace In a pfinerss style, with mmes. 


LOVE'S 


IMPORTED TOGS 
FOR THE EASTER PARADE 


You’ll- like what you .sf*e, 
gay now styles 

you’ll adore! 


FAsn-m 

liONNKTS 


PAMAOK 


. . . that go to your 
hend. In white, pax- 
lel and dark shades. 


Buy one of these chic 
styles . . . plaids, RinR- 
hams, taffeta, rham- 
brays and rnsp orRand* 
ies. Si7.es 7 to Hx. 


The Kleamini; yvhite satin bridal gown, loveliest of all 
yvedding traditioas. is show n alxive. IV'autifully fashioned 
of BurlinRton’.s acelale wedding salin, available in white 
or ivory'.. The pleated panniers achieve a bustle effect 
In the back . . . the wide skirt falls in Rraceful folds. 
Lustrous pearl embroidery outlines the Ixtdice and melts 
Into the nylon Uille yoke. 


INFANTS* 
rOAT SETS 

Corduroy and fine wool 
coalings Pa.slel shades 
and white. 


FNCLISH 
BFAL BRl'.MMEL 
CrjATS AND SLTTS 


VOI LI. BF THK 
PKfm iKST I. Ain IN THK 
F.XSTKK rAK.\I)K 


SHOPkTIK COATS 
perky new styles and 


UTTI.K GIRIiS* 
f:ASTKR DRt>;.SFJ? 

Plaids, glngham-x. cham- 
brays, organdies ... .So 
niie you’d think Ihe kUia- 
ter Bunny brought them. 


entom, 


^ Se e our nui- 
-xisnding • e I r r- 
tlon now e\ cry- 
hat has a prom 
tse of making 
vour dream* of 
the Foster Pa 
rade come true 


ENGLISH RFAl RRCMMi*:!. 
COAT SETS 

I 

. . . for lllTle ladies and little men, 
ii7.es 2 to 6. Plaids, tweeds, wool 
cnating.s. 


Smart raxuals In black, 
blue and white. ' • Jaa 
Pair up 


Kuieu soft baiiertnat 
black and blue 
Pair 


BUDGET PRICED 


THERK !.■< .NO St HSTrn*TF: 
KOR Ql ALITY 


11116 

DoiigUa S( 


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Vict»rit, I.C., Hiv*-. Mirck 27. 19S2 


4 iatl^ (dolantat 


Hero’s Thai’s Now in Mon’s Shoos 


Bras Designed To Be Seen 


shoe* drf slim more elr- 
leftmtels gant and with a larv look, 
lion* fatenl Rhine* briBhO> ... the 

ver>' new handed look composed 
I of thre> parent leather banda, the 
I two upper atrapa gored af ihe 
A I inside and a slim high heel, heau- 


Fnoi|no«e and fancy free 
that * the look for spring tntit 

wear. 


Preview of smart footwear 
at the Vanity for . . . 


to light blonde. Centre; Shoe in glo\e 


I>eft : A slip-on. lat-eles-s oxf'-i d Uuj now »'st 


Spring sandal in blue loaih-i wiih corK 


and froaied rolora 


aIlig?itor grain print, this shoe has a 
lightweight sole. Colors are from brown 


BRAND NEW 1952 MODEL WITH 


MeKh ri*e<( as a new mart for 
the big moment*. One lo\^|\ 

*l>le i« a larv meah. dune in two 
pale pa*tel.i with matching 'kid 
*kin stripping* ... a light, airy 
rompan.on fur dainty «kirt.* and 
*heer dresses 

The jeweled ornament, a 
sparklirig (axhion first in women's 
wear, i* repeated in a black al 
para shantung pump . . the 
halter sling balam'ed with a hig 
jewelod ornament on ihe wide, 
open t(*e, Dre.s.sj and flattering, 
thla sling pump i.« w-onderful 
with lacy after five little dres.*e* 

ilitting its Mnde this year i* 
the lapored he*, often shown with 
a -squared l>ack. whli h slants In 
ward. I*reii> shoes come In 
pale.st pTsieTklds ... a pale blue 
lieautlful with the new iridesi-eni 
shantung*. 

The nu>te look . haring heels 
and flies enfiielj ... is ihe mosi 
imtxirlanr iren<l for spniig foot- 
wear. It I* nut the small open toe 
of the past s#ias«ins, but a wide 
%amp hand that leave* all the 
toe* exposed . . . the entire de 
sign dcjiending upon go»>d line*, 
rather than the intricate strap- 
ping* nf oth.-'r vear*. 

For tailored v^rai. the claa&ic 
closed shoe I* still giHid. Luggage 
tan. with high or medium heel, 
for wear with black, grey, nasy or 
brown.* Sjiectator .sport sh'iex are 
again favorlhe* hpi more atfrac 
live liu* fpitng m grev and white Vfar ihe fashion industry ha* 

There .*eem* to he a trend awav rememheied to remember the 
from »» e<le . . with the aiiention ”f«*rgoiten woman ' that woman 
falling on calf and Kid* . . . nylon *" ‘he .%-and up si/e group, 
mesh . pateni leather . . fabrics Kor year*, this group ha* been 
like -shantung . . . linen . . . straw-offered <-oaix. dre**es and suit* 
comhinations in irimlur c-onira.sis that first and foremost sjre.*.«f^ 
as red. while and blue . . . lur .SIZ?.. and la.*i of all •S’lYLK 
quoise white and grey. With almost r*0 per retit of the 

As to color ... Its use l.s un- women in ihe age groufi 

limited. Krom pale pastels lo working full or part tune, there 
midnight hla«k. colors run rlol' Is a greater need for more flat 
.•shantungs in tnrqiuiise. gold, lering, more tolorful frmks and 
beige . , , thin. multi-< olored wearables tor Ibis feminine 
snips of fabri *. Italian in feeling quota 

. rosy-red . . . *ky blue . . . Today, slim buttoning line* 
mauve fashion is putting its dramatic collars, wizard touche* 
heat foot fni-warri this spring! of draped detail, tucks and shir 


GIRDLE 


Siieile IMimpa With Neal 
l,eather Mud Cuard 

til ex .'suc<le 
Blue Suede 
Blai k Sorde 
A pair 


iluR-Me-Tii^ 

Midriff 


Plain Ojiera Pum|>a 


Fashion Industry Keeps Mind 
“Forgotten Woman”- 36-and-Up 


Violet Suede 


Laxendei Suede 


Hug-Me-Titp 

Garterlf^tip 


In sianninc the fashion picture ring highhghi simple dresse* and colors, all give a youthful out 
r surme. it is evident that thi* minimizing weight and look to “older" fashions. 

Thi.s season's coal dresse.s. coat 
and dress ensembles , . shapely 
sleeves . . . upping of the waist 
line . . . dre.s.*maker auits- mark 
the high fajthlon notes that give 
a more imaginative look and 
fresh appeal in the half-size and 
woman's size rolleciinits. 


lA'ftther Pumpa 

iUsb Heeia 
Wine l-cather 
(ireen l..eaiher 
Black Patent Leather 


Newer color* are shown ovwr 
and over to add interest in the 
"extra size” groupings . . , free- 
Torm geometric* . . . mortotones 
or lasiefully blended prints and 


Oman 


IT'S 

TERRIFIC! 


••Tog»” ( asuala 

Black Blue Red White 
l.eaiher 

Black and Brown Suede 
.Size* to 10. 

A pair from 


Tk.i d tk« NEMO ADJUSTAB4E 
WAIST*. TKa famowt “Mogic V" moktt yOuC 
litiia wool iK« eaniar of ot*«ot.eAl 


DRESSES 

,„,v 12.95 


Think voii have to stiuk xxjih the same shape xear after 
year'' .N’oi a hit of it’ t'ome in and let us shnxx \o»i a 
brand new Yflf in a brand new Nemo Hug MeTite (lirdle. 
While mlon. sizes 26 to .'12. 


From Out of West Come 

-n 

Indian Styles for Palefaces 


Trv Nylon ihis .'spring 
You'll love If 


LADY ELIZABETH 

SHOPPF. 


|M« TK>I OlAB BT 


A baR. in hand that 
is tops in quality . . • 
.styling . . . workman- 
ship. Thesp hand- 
bags at McMartin’s 
are smart invest- 
ments in fashion . . . 
they play an import- 
ant part in perfect 
grooming. 


Squaw Dress 


Spring 

jewellery 

fashions 


SPRING 

FASHIONS 


FOR ROUNDS 


tiif: clock wear 


Victoria's Gift House 


. . . Oil I ■•ine in and 
I'xok around, or let u* 
show you our lovely 
selwtlon. 


Heraldic Pins Neek 
lets. Bracelets Foha. 
Eamngi, from $9.0A 


KVA M COI.PMAN 
FmiKL K. MERt'ER 


rnppertone Pins 
From I 


In fashion's newest fancy the 
squaw dress. Of crinkled cotton, 
the wide skin, a tiered beauty. 
IS lopped with a wide jeweled 
belt Colors are brigh* a.s the 
western sun. 


prt|» Point Kariingh. 
Biarelets Ijipel Pins 
From - if.#* 


For Hosiery 
Lighter Tones 

Hnsi.'rx. in lighter tones, will 
flash fw-srpnllt legs this spring 
peeping through open heels. toe« 
and meah in.*et.s *o popular In 
new season sh'*e* that are more 
opened than close<1 

Whether seemed or seamless 
mesh or not. hosiery is tinted to 
heighten, brighten and blend 
with new spring fashion shades 

Prominent among these hose 
hue* IS natural bJond. a beauti 
flit blending with neutral and 
parchment spring tones. Stock- 
ings In hoer'^Aupe tints accent 
the blue and purple tones V^Tule 
clear heige is good company «ith 
•hades from golden sand to rich 
brown and black. A bumtshed 
r-it with a golden glow is slated 
tn he the moal imehse of th.**« 
new colora. 


Hvvxe from. 

• English Mororro 

• r>nviR Calf 

• Snakenkin 

• ( ’ortle 

• PHutlirs 

• Saddle Ras« 

• Drawatring 
Mode la. 


Rhineatonea 
A lovely aeleetion . . . 
Individual claw or 
channel aettmga 
From Rl.a# 


HATS 


F^arrtngt. from - .^.•l.ao 

Pierced Earrings, from- ..gl.ao 


HOSIERY 


SKIRTS 


Compacij . , Mgin American 

or Wadsworth- from ta.aa 


BU)rSES 


SHORTIES 


A small deposit will hold 
your choice until Easteiv 


COATS 


SWEATERS 




Near T.n«RHoR 

16B5 DOrOLAS ST 


IJar notigtas stroel 





Baity (ColmfiBt vui.m. b c., Ti.r. . Mirck v. usi ^ 


HALF-SIZES 


• bl^ m dpnini ilnnrtfn»«ll> ' Th^ v|um*. 

rtrnim prnnrti^fc to m*kr dram»tii' 
(««hkon T>fH» Thi« ‘princ ■ ■ ■ t'ui «b"\B 


rettiri*t color tci'*»jior> : Mark whlif But ihc emphaM« on lalUc Hold Ihrcad. Nrwe*t »uoop 
ar^room” leather. the feminine thU aprtnf makt>» ing ikirta for at home wear are copper 

Jli gtxxl. atill pretly la the white a ' muae'’ lor the amarte*ii hea\ilj;^ai-<'ented with gold. K\^n 
3 color grev. Thla >ear it wardrobea. In aheer Wou^os -ome toppera and lonpee .*-«»al» 
pearlv llghi toned ^rev often «^t*. aulla and cotton dres.set hoa«t lovely gold embroid^ a« 
a-dyed with white for a white la dainty, fresh looking and trim, y'br a dramatic accenTVs lih 
aty" effect. Brief little ' impeivable. yellow or gold aiarthng bla- k 

:eta . . , ladylike, soft suiia There a a new pink this ycai patent 

malchiog .sweater* and skirts loo. •'Shoi king'’ takes the piat-e LJiac la m but the trend i«“to 
these aiv beautiful in frosted of pastel pink, mauve is good and a miiuve pink and a violet bine 
»• with almoat the look of a roay-rvAl -replai-ea sharp red mauve. Cottons and ailka. often 
late. feathery cobwebs. Ac Preltleai I'ombinatlon for color nideiM'eni. lend themselves to the 


THE EASTER PARADE 


, . . We now have one of the ni«est 
•elerttona of halfat/ea anywhere . . . 
Individual at visa In Suita. <*na<a. 
Dreaaea .Shorties l.et us help you! 
It s ao easy tn find what you like when 


the a tawny leather, or black or navy . the brighter than navy ' ue. 


bright blue . . . F’earork 
blue family plays a leading color 
role this spring. 

To wear with the new blue, 
black patent la the moat dramatic 
rholre. 

.Serond choice lor spring beige 
from light to inaat. You'll see 
it in toppers, greatrnaia . . as 
a background for prints . . and 
especiailv as a n>nsianl i^Bm- 
panion for wKlte, 


the color' chart (“olor tone Is very striking in play 
Sulla and co-tt* clothes and bea»-hwear. Mauve i» 
>lien i'ombirveri an Vxi’ellent ••holce for the fragile 
Playcloihes and blonde or the allver halred beauty 
re beautiful In I.ast word In the B^olor I'ourse 
ly when the ... the alwaysg<>od black. we*n 
oven with me derful In anything, very fashion 


J e w e I r V lakes on 
added imivortanre ihi* 
spring pure and 
simple or intricate m 
design ?iee our 1W2 
aelenion of pins ear* 
rings hrareleia. neck* 
leta. 


BLorsi-;s 

SKIRTS 

LiNr;f:RrK 

HOSIRRY 


Spring Hats Ri^vnole l iny an 


Uhine-«ione 
Nerkleia 
Kiom ta.oo 


of mil«n-!>pe straw, Right; Daisio* tell 
on a smart ottoman straw, draped turban; 
for .spring and after. 


l^eft A shiny navy straw, with minute 
velvet hand, and fjtjills. Ontre; Rose- 
bud* perrh atop a pert xhallow' sailor 


120fl Douglas St. iScollard Bldg l 


Enchanted Hat Designers 
In Love With Everything 


PATn-:RNs 

KXCUUSIVELY 

(X RS . . . 


CUSTO/^ 


NOTE 

THE 

PRICE 




aequln from foreign shores has invaded 
the mllUnerv ai’ene . . with 
nuhhy Birawa textured atrawa. 
lacquered and finely sewn straws 
a dramaiic lm(>resslon 
on the millinery piciuie. 

Pmk and red i«>ses. violets and 
even tulips bloom 
brightly iBiop the siitaMeat apring 
headgear 

Velvet actenis . . broad taf 
feta handings . . wide groagrain 
crown bilma and .sparkling. Jewel 
accents are well esiahltshed «n 
the pillboxes profile caps and 
sailors of the new season hand 
box cftllecilons, 

and Perching’on poodle cut*, fram 
ing chignons or flaiterini gay 
Ida P^ey laila there'* a Hiile bit 
,rse heaver In a hat for every 
tiiK feminine fancy 


styles. The big impivsMon of the en 

lire *tnllllricry collections for the to make 
new seaxoii. 1* one of Uivci*ity 
and conira.st to make up com 
to pletrly femlnim*. hcadimr news and 

or to I.itile h'HHlk moke their ap 
in ait.voih and shiny 
. . liny calms make 
bows In braid miUtts 
. . . luxian straws lake to fasi inai 
s to log shapes In ilevci little rollers 
and so «>n. throughout the hat 


secs the new spring 
There's uod<»uhietliy a mnspiracy 
abroad In our land and It'a object : 
prcinrr women' 

'Tticre arc rough xiiaws 
tilt over the pretty .eye 
wear aallthg alraight over a pearame 
verliahle aea of curia . . . Hat .straws 
discs in palest pasiels to adorn their 
poodle-cropped IMMe head* 
and veils, from, rosy pinl 
midnight blacks with sequins 
all fliriailous as a wink' Rut the story 
I sky's the limit a* far a* shapes Wf 
In straws and felts ate i-on chen’ 
cemed The flai. huge carl herd 
wheel In natural alraw. hlark or cuvhi 
vell-trlmmed In miiltl-eolors Is Pit 
wonderful for the tall, slender sink 
.aa-a reed figure. fahrl 

Skimmers . sailor* . . firl t 
shallow bonnets . sidewise, highi 
I large brims and the forward trlm> 
thnist small hats are the basic A 


Keel the 
qualltv and 
he aui|»M**d 
bevond vour 
cxpeciatinni 


VICTORIA S LEADING 

STYLE CENTRE 
WHERE YOUR CREDIT IS 

COURTEOUSLY INXTTED 


this lerina It presents you at your this spring, wherever smart 

■le lovtievt ... It dramail/es eveiv ^^ornen gather. 
i.Hi thing eiMliaiiiing and utterly , ^ . ... 

Mty feminine about you. And, of course with wide wide 

There are manv version* of skirt* playlrTg such an lmpr)r 
lion full ■‘kitted Infliteni-e unt role, waistlines must look 

the bell, standing mu from a tiny 

wjust rlpplmg all round pleaM achieved fhrnugh the 

^ - the hlpvnke fullnes*. and the ■ 

Dior inaplriKl bark fullnes*. sltmming pnn.es* line with 

And the ondcrsiudy of this -Spenrer jackets and the high 

leading fashion is the petticoat’ waiaied Kmpire line 

Kashlonwtae women will he The Empire Influence *dd« 

wearing them by the two* and even more flattery to the fern 
threes' If* definiielv a rase of mine figure with Ita artfully 
the more the merrier placed tucks and gathers under 

' ^ Peiiiroat.s wll rustle and swirl scoring the hiisiline 


YOUR SPRING OUTFIT 
WILL BE MADE WITH 


A complete aelee. 
Mon awaits you 
now Thiee aver* 
age basic ptleea. 


(’API-S 

stoi,f:s 

C'OATS 

JACKF7TS 


omiMSfU 


(HARM 


Blue or mapi* 
brown leather 


mir J*ure- 
^tred" ^ul»t and 
l\Old ro«tl\ a|. 
'eratlons we 
guarantee all fit* 
tings. 


VOI R PRmrinsT 
r.ARTKR BONNKT 


Nfiw’ «t Foster’s. * wonder- 
ful coUertion of the "little 
piece*’* In your favorite fur* 
. . . that mean ao much to your 
new aprinfi enaemhle* . . . for 
every fashion detail in fur* 
today, see Foater’a. 


SKIP 


•TRO^ 


Red or green 
leather meah. 


Black suerte. 


' 1^1 ua 

ahow 


enchant 


vour 

Easier 

Ensemble 


TATKR ST. 


A WaVB 

tn Riiv 

• I ASH 

• OtARfiK 

• LAY 
AWAY 

• Bl DGFT 


ATKINS’ 

MILLINERY 


mfdfH StMC£ I89S 


717 Fort Rtreet 



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$ Batly doloniflt vituru. i.c., Umim.. M*rcb 27. m 2 


Shoppy' 


HAIR STYLE 


*^pMnTB'SS‘ 


^U|>eriatly for You Bv 


EDDIE 


ir«*r fmir.in* *it pi 
U'Uiiir ta 

nvtoQ, •ntrt «n« rr*p« 
btrir laiin wtii'p aita 

1 9 OC 
Ifom I bi99 


Razor L'uttlng a Sporiairx 


U'a a likely aior)' fur mother 
and dautthier Ihis spring. Kor 
amaU girl.b are bound to "uant 
one juat Hke Mama>i‘ when lhe> 
M*e the Jair*l . . . pn*H le^t atylea. 

It's it»e >ear of the femmine 


etwni i«««r tar «B 
• vpolnlo»«rl ■‘■4 


BKAITY SAU>N 


Phone E 4 1.13 


Ni e;. Ill I. (rip* I 

p *’8 utt«i*a. (run'. 


tt» lal ever new feeling 


l« I? OwdU*i 44 <n 44 *' 


... la 4*aptiired with endearing y 

charm lit fashion for apriiig. ^ 

M'lUiera ilics^et ate full aklrted 
. . im\ walbted . . heiplitened 7;*'% 

with Imgone tciiK hea. velvet and A-Vji 
flovvctv Small daughler !•» pari 
tif iiie springtime m«MKl ton, rA 

Just like mulher'a the DIeec- 1 

iMire influem ed toat in gray •jJ/ 
flnttnel wiHi ileep (ilrala from the 
high hark Ih*|i shirred front yoke w/ 
and hiine htdions ’Mk' lolumn ‘^T 
M..II, newer for ing gill* than the Jp 
pvt.itnid. la t4i|is f(»r •ola in gray /^i \ 
tlanoel vvllii <• imiToW i ill imw kela 
ted |»i|ied with inrnhaik cuffa T \ 

M.itna s hivni iie auU; the V , 

•-ijn'Mwr larket wiili the full skirt C ' 
dirt", a f|>eat ap|H-aranee for »i.a- ^ 

liT in nav.v wool with a liigli rise 
skirl and siiM gay iieiM(*»ai. The Tj j 

loiigiT i-ardigari ty|M> p4i keta ate d 
trimmed with gay hr^ld . . . and 
llieir is *tne for hinilter tr»o in / 

niairhiMg r»doVii. ^ * 

Fahru-> plav no favnrdrv . . . 
ihe young or the young tn heart / 

... all choosie taffeta, plaid .y 
i-ntton^. bright ahanlungs. I..ilae 
eharnhiay with lai-e • ruffled 
tinkrd yoke and puffed aleevea Bl**^i'* 

. . . old fashlonetl aa a country 
ganlen. comes in big and llltle ^ ' 

\1a*s. Embroidered organdie and ' **^Virf 
summer Iteavy embossed eadions fashion ai,e. ) u •' 
fam v things for young and old. »'•* * •*" 

a'f*i • 1- 

tro« 4 .ea 


IIOSIKKY 

Nr«*A( (An** bv r.o'tiaf* 

a>i:i*r(tlli. Hriivpronf. 

M«Cur 4 > Virl«f.*i a 
i<rl8ni, l(8i» I >09 


KOINDATION 

I.AKMENT.S 


Left: Pedal pushers and hrilliant overskirl 
from California. Centre: Camisole and 


brief shorts printed in Indian tli*signs, 
RiKhI: Black and white jersey suit. 


for the KASTKK PARADK 

COATS and COAT SETS 


732 FORT ST 
B 3932 ^ 


TOWN AM) 
COrNTKV WKAR 


a . -ti’i «■»* «(Vlrk .11 I* 
*><*i ki.*<1v isMrOl'.* 

lit* r«>ai 

■ iria 


HOSIERY 

LINGERIE 

ROBES 


a.i*i 1 •• «x 

O'r.4 l>»ni b H« 

f'f-n I*. Hi 
Inr idini urnrh cn* 

§U*4 ~ *e 

p«n> 11. a* 


of clasiui/cd collun. Its white the>Tl make you an eve full of 
piping outlines live built up * heauty ' 
shoulder strap-v which button on 

the 8h..uldera. Attached trunks “ here 

are same fabric In plain color, to slay . . . esp(H•^aH^' when It's 
again hnef as ' summer romance dre.^sed up with a matching 
On the sunny beaches ... In skirt, siolc oi other addenda 
the pools . . . sunbathing on the .Wvve.si cottons for the .surf are 
patin . , . swimming in the cool u • 

srecn river. ... .wim «ull» cvory. 

Where have an eve-appeal easily ^t’ly designed than ever, 
aiirihuted to line ... to hot and White ImOn promises to play 
inieiiM* colors ... to the Im- an imooriant role this sorme ev 


There ai>’ two dlsiinclive styles 
for the newest beach attire . . . 
trim arrd tailored or dressy and 
frilled. Tailored suits are marked 
hy shirtwaist ytyUng . . front 
hutinntng . . . .simulated belts . . . 
cuffing at tlie bustline or legs . . . 
the use of shirring low on a front 
panel. Their llhc.s are fresh . . . 
sleek as a veal . . . destined to he 
lop.s with the girl who watched 
her lines through the winter. 

Dre.s.vy suits take the plunge 
too. 'riie prlnces.s line . . . with 
ruffl.**s . . . with pleating and 
embroidery ... Is a new line for 
glamour. 

Their skirts are flared over 


WK 

CARRY 
A mNirLETK 

linf: of . . , 


SPORTSWEAR 


BLOUSES 

SLACKS 

SHIRTS 

SWEATERS 

.JACKETS 

SHORTIES 


brief .shoriji. One f!=**iering style ^ <4Dubie life with llie giv«ievi 


ha.s a halter apron over shorts 


(hir 

.Selection of 

(‘oiton 

f'revsea 


Teen .Ag* 
< oats, 
chortles, 
llresses 


is FASHION NEWS! 


white coin dots . . . the panties Terrv cloth i.s excell 
, . . mere whimsy In solid color. jacket*, separate bi 
The coachman's coat, cropped fotton suits feati 
above hare kOv^es Iv a speidal ^kirtv and neckTini 
favorite when done In an allover xghilian print.s hes 
white hrald on pale blue vgiin- dark toned cotion.s 
finished cotton. The bust is Over tt all ... a 
draped and isjarl-hultoned. I nder- inspired pique coal 
neath it all ... a separate boned cotton middies . . r 
foundation. "three way threat' 

Klgure flaticring is the word terned terrv 4TC[»e t 
for the latest m -vwim f.ishions, „„ ^ed with t 

Realizing that the feminine form jp g pi.^^ ,.o)„p 
may not always he the form g., g , 

divine . . . designers have issued strapless sun dress, 
a spring edition of the "under 
cover story” which covers a lot 
of territory ... it not only covers 
it ... it disguises it! 

Newest suits, regardless of 
fahrli’s or price, are elaviid/ed 
to keep a firm hand on milady’s 
lines. Some have an elasticized 
panel over the diaphragm , . 
other* a built in lummy control 
whleh supports and flattens. The 
derrlere Is kepi in line, too . . 

*hort pants are also elastlci/ed 
and separate . . . often tight as 
a slrong minded girdle. 

f*ashion uphokLs tlie bosom, loo 
. . . there'll he no letting down 
licrel One famous hou.ve offers 
their long line bra as a separate 
■ fern to be buttoned into any one 
of their new swim suits. Oilier 
manufacturers feature bathing 
suits with wire bras . . . boning 
. . . shirred . . . always the con- 
trol is there, keeping a lovely, 
smooth line. All that meet.* the 
eye is shapely, sjeck and fcmi 


latl** 

I)rtH««es 


SHOUT! 
MEDIUM 
k LONG 


Whotnrr ynur fatHtoH 
m(XMf. you rf lurr »o be 
ntfht, 1/ you are bnghl 
and bold tbe^e 

jeu'tlry accent piece$l 




Ih# 


t'omplefe 

Selecuon 


T 1 m|. Sfp 

l>lff*fr. 


2A'.M IkiuglM 


Heraldic 

fora! 

Pearls 

Rhiiiesionei 


Persuades vnur 
figure preitlly: 


ft's as light as a V 
rlnud* . . . Yet our 1 
Cnssar • deb panile 
• nr girdle' gives 
sonthing. smoothing con- 
trol. Of sheer llssuenet 
with satin elastic panel 
stitched fnr prettiness. 
Rofieles.s pull-on. While, 


L'asual wear, once the provlnre 
of the <-ouniry and suburban 
dweller, is now first choice with 
the city man. too. 

Ke.spon.sihle for the awing to 
the comfortable, colorful clothes 
Is the fact that more and more 
town men are commuting to 
their J obs in the city . . . mean- 
while making their home.s in the 
Smaller suburban towns where 
life is lived at an caster, more 
'relaxed pace. 

I .Men's wear has kept in *iep 
with changing hahil* . . . and 
country clothes go to town thi.s 
spring. 

Tweeds, once associated with 
a loose. III fining, baggy look, 
now are well-tailored, r ut m a 
jiarrower line and neat as a 
iilue serge. Tweed fabrics for 
spring are softer, wtih almost a 
<‘ashmere look. 

N’ewp.st jackets In tweed are 
those wit'h vented hacks and 
patch pockets, etpially at home 
m l(»wn or country. Tolors are 
rich With all shades nf blue at 
the top of the list. .Small paltrrna 
are also high in color. 

Perfect companion for the 
tweed jacket grey flannel slack* 
. . . the newer ones slimmer, with 
pleats much less In evidence. 

.''hin«. both sport and dress, 
are lnfluen«'ed hy the demand 
for more casual dresa. Many of 
the newest sport shirts button 
4*onveniionally at the collar . . . 
with a bow tie they are designed 
for town wear. Other dressier 
shin.s of Oxford cloth, patterned 
nr in plain enlors. are a good 
match for tweeds and flannel*. 

t'ontlnuing In the casual vein 
8« (W?orles play an Important 
rrile In Ihl* wardrobe as they do 
for more formal wear. Standard 
< hoiiT for wear with tweeds and 
flannel suits soft, richly colored 
hat* . . . Argyle sock* 'hand 
knitted are topai, cashmere 
aweater*. long-sleeved or sleeve- 
teas . . . and gay. colorful ahlrt*. 
For shoes, rough-grained leather 
ones that can lake a good scuff 
Ing 

The casual look is nghi for 
spring In any section of the land 
The smart man goes casual . . . 
■t the same time he looks well- 
groomed and neat, comfortable 
and right for business or pleasure 


Corset Shop 
Figure Slyllst 


THK TilFMK 
FOR SPRlNCi 


EASTER 


. , now. more than evei 
fashion demands the little 
fur for that final touch of 
smartness to your new 
Spring outfit. Seeourlaiest 
style* and newest fa*hton 
able ahadea. 


And shs' • 
■fipctinn I her* u 
Ntinn :•(*. tlU •<'0 
n«lan print*. 

Tiir *\*r* orraiion 
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from new fabric* presented for 
spring. There are French wools, 
Italian silk.*. Greek and Egyjp- 
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vcinih. Indian gau/e, Annerican 
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and N>w York, featuring the gentle trend 
nf Spring Fashions. They're dothei to re- 
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fashions in terms of quiet elegance. Coat.s, 
suits and dresses that exalt beaut>' of 
fabric. Nipped waists and whirling skirts 
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rharm Bright I'otion. map 
frmhy rufflw. t’aliforn>a-«-r#'aia<l 
Lhiir girlf lonk ltk« ang<*lt in ihia 
full pinaforp. at right, Wld* akin 
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find thr iopfjpr» arr bring foainuHl in 
rlwik*. pattPl Uff<Ta. w»*nl hkhIp 

Fur ami puli'" iluth. I'lwy fraiure 
fii>dlng pushup slee\i"», whit? uif«, and 
shawl ur inaii'liirm <«llar«. 

Full length J-pnng tunis ar»* 
liHjk m itiap uiiuman 

ami Uaiirgahtii* in both Mif flatiar- 
full tng I*riiic«sa line and the p>iamid 
iiihI (hrW Fnslrr siit will fra- 
tur^* the ^wnrhne skirt with iIh 
ftwn aiiffeiu'd |»etti«'nai. fuata 
wiih ile;.»chabl.‘ ca|>eUls are alao 
ftMiiing In ihe fashion piimre 
fur apiing. The Ka>ier parade 
will %rt man> of ihe new, nuhby 
W'M'iPM'. iw»*.'d«. as 

well a« flanneh and ganardines 
Vuung gu' i«i\ give full swa> 
to iheir love for rotor »hi* apnng. 
Tliey ran pifk friiin a bmiqiu*t 
HM WiUi jwnuu With lilac, crtu'ti* 
' >*’*•**'*• gifHii, gay pinks, 

V. puffnl bluoa ihr lemling favor- 

rm l.Hik. 

Her stale ('ultultv will lie nioie laduvwl 
Uiiiuiutis than ever when litUe gnla are 
h> *t>le- II,,. ureaaev fur apiiiig into- 
the new Htiinmei ! The nuisi popular are 
ilgh light- biuatUlulha, liaaue chamhrava. 
all ages, wnfi plaid ginghams, and hrighl 
> . shell, fulii u pi mis. 

le flunnn Fa.sliioii ihiv year ha.s irulv 
■ in scuir. ,H|,i,ijeil the mauf of ^mne 
»|ee\ei»s« |,„„, _ foieser new. forever 
ind Iteral fre<«h. Theirs a f-‘eltng of ex 
* ’.It' •' pei lani V in the air ... a« thmigh 

ainund Ihe \ei> next i-oiner lies 
*r will he adventure and r<*manee l.jHie 
IV .strhnni ladie* this year are dressed for 
lef topper the part . . . never pre»tier . 

I fnr crls never more feminine ... as 


Spiing 

pretty a.« a ph iure look m la^h 
lun al«M) dune In miniature' 

[line gt -nur git la are 
the arasun Just at exciting, lash 
pin wise, as their mothers. 

Tola in teenagers will 
pn iviiescpie this xprmg with tiii> 
light filling wacstUnes full 
sklnx and big aleeves. Parla 
hasp l overlmiked the petite idle 
when It rnmes In the smart Vic- 
mrlan Infliiem-e in fashion. 

Little girla will let their gay, 
stiff jveitk'oata ireek provui atlvely 
from unler fKeir billowing akiria. 
l.eading this fashion aie the 
quilled cotton skills dime in re- 
verxbie *t>lea with a apiriird 
pimi on one side and a CunUast 


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or a poMed plan*, grown In our owm 
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sprinr mv In vour home. 


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h.,ik. >.„an .nd P"'"- „„„ ak„.„.l.d And l..r 

Ihl. .puns t..r .h.pa. arn _ 

varied a* the <-n|oi* It % for vmi 

to teleel the nrve that r’dmpti Ba.-k m the f.rshion pienne for 
menta yniir at>le and manner, men is thr .ap Ijiiesi versions of 
There are lelrsfope emwi.s »his old l.norite ramr in »weed. 
with blr pug* mi'an* with centie hnen nr mrion. The rap is light- 
.-rease crown* narrow hrims and «n the heah cavity 

tapered nowns *^d parks nea’h fnr varat|onisis, 

But the tpnilighi shines on Ihe Round nown raps with genermia- 
t>To!ran shape. This season It's length visors dot the hearhes at 
•et off with s hrsided puggree esrelleni stm prnterinrt, 

. . . In rnlnr' Who emjld a*k Never have men > ma*s hren 
for A hsf with more jaunty sir? designed In a gtester variety nf 
And If the sailor straw is ynnr sules. nnr a nmie imaginative 
favorite . . , It’s hark again and parade nf rfilftts* Thnex one iha! 
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CARBON BLUE SUIT TO BE MOST 
POPULAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS 


Men’s Suits In Bold Accents 


NEW SLIP COVERS 
AND DRAPES 


\e*ir ('ninr \ntoM fnr Spring 


Rldi TweM Hall 

by Frederl^'k 
ofl/mdnn Short, tjny* 
w slated Jnrket tops a 
full, w hirllntf skirl . . • 
in wofT, flndiTing urey 
faintly tnenaxt with 
pink. 

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This vear the most pivpuim suit will he blue, herauae it'i right 
for all ocra«ions. husinexs. sot lal or pleasure ... we rail It 
"Carhen Blue ' Thia all purpose Cnlnr hiend* with all your 
accessories. the next timt you ra down Yates Street wav. 
drop Into Cec Fletcher*, right next dnor to the Dominion Hotel, 
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(^oslume l.ook Popular Coat Type 


The Ire'h breeze hinwing \ 
through the UKhlon world thl* 
upring I* beautifully exprenwl 
In the newe^t nun* • ftever 
have ihe\ been prettier' . • • 

never have they auhed a Udy § 
charm.i »o well. 

Sull worn over peituoat* . . . 
Mill wjrte in ellhnuetie . . . tite 
newest akirl* are flared with 
hardly a npple m ilw hemline. 
Many have fullneM In the front 
only othera have un- 

pre^<u*d pleats. 

The fullne^^ l« handled with 


iMake-Up 

Variety 

Stressed 


Basil' clothes that can he 


long been advocated bv fashion 
experts. The same hold.s true 
for a cosmetic wardrobe which 
should contain both creams and 
make-up essential to a lovely com- 
plexion and well-grootT 
the year round. 

And what make* up 
coameiic wardrube 


In keeping with the dressy 
look of spring fashions, suits 
are more dressmaker In type . . . 
there are many soft details . . . 
embroidery velvet In- 

serts - . scrolls . . . and 
jeweled button*. ' 

Kmphasia lies on the feminine 
curve even in lailored suits. 
The helled hlpline. the result of 
hidden stiffening. Is 


a basic 
Marv- .Siuv 

■ vesanr. beaui> advisor, suggests 
the follow tng~ Item*, explaining 
the purpose and value of eaiit. 

fc'irsl, iTcam.s. and there are 
three !yi>es which have really 
proved -iheir worth to women 
over the years. Thc.se ate creams 
lor cleansing, cream** for sofien 
ing and lubrication, and founda 

tmg coal Is hiBhlighled '*on creams. 

. .,.1. .1^^. Then there i* makeup atnl 

rapelets at the shoulder- essential item* m this 

e box pleats In ba* k sitn- |•{•oup are face piiwrler, lipstick, 
panel- Maroon, red and and rouge. All should harmuni/e 
jfrt. t*'hh each other, with the natural 

— coloring affT with clothing colors. 

Face powder la meant primar 
p. L ^ ily to give a flattering effect to 

W|||| 1|1V skin. T*Kla> . there are three types 
of powder make-up from which 
to tiuKise: loose jiowder cake, 
n _i lalMn-ivne fountlailon a ul powiler. 
I Other heauiv aids include two 

Items which caiiiiot reall> he 
Classified with creams and make 


padding or - 

the most prtpular 
the 

the beloved Spemer 
as 

smartest wardrobes. But 

there are many styles to choose 

from jackets with narrow The costume look shows black 

self belts, box shapes, jackets Movga«hel linen coat, lined In em 
long enough to double as a short erald green taffeta, can double as 
mat and bpleros. The right skirl dress. Ke^ -printed Imported- silk 
for each ai'H 'eems to depend print dress ts black and green or 
r>n th« inneth of the lacket . white. 


Beaulifuilv inlorprrtrd dosigp. in a wrap that vxill play 
an importani role in your wardrobe for sprinp. lO.vJ! 
A softly*roundt*d jacket with elbow-lenRth sleeves in the 
Invely.’new light-toned mink. 


iLf X A I. , some, with small coitW’*. 

I others tight • filling and high 
with no collar ... the perfect 
^ background (or pretty Jewels or 

I I a small light fur. 

VX 4 XOX- The spring suit story is told 

in grey, light and dark flannel. 
(»ne pimiiec-ks, fine stripes 

^ v-v ^ ✓x *<>nie from Kran* e. some frotp 

|| §-• Britain • with rhwolate 

/ y XJLv/ vV/ brown inimduced for some silk 

suits. 

or sliding Thffeta. .sharp and por the first time, navy w 

rustling, remains high ««i the fnri'ed to take a back seat in 

fa^luon ladder. No other material the fashion parade The brighter 
kcH-p.s a profile so bouffant and ihari-navy blue apjiears often 

crai'eful as taffeia .Skirt-* ... (or both wuol anil silk suits. 


brief -spring t*»r the waist is me manner in wmrn 
fur fashJons. With light tones, ^rnall fur* attain even smaller 
featured in every fur from musk- p|-op.iriu>n* fur spring They can 
rat and rabbit to mink And a boleio*. linv ja.keis 

huee varielv of .small ftrrs'ls on . . 

hand to complement the shm. and camels. One designer trana 

hmg lorsos and full full skirts of furms a abort »t.de mio ■ short 

the -Ni*ason. as well a* the many bolero b> wiaiipmg the ends and 

There’s a coniinental influence colUrless necklific*. fastening them wilh hook* and 

to be *-een In new spring fa>*hions. .*sheare«l ra**-ij«)n. In a lighter eve*. 

Italy offers spirit ami color. .Spain vveight. beaver, squirrel and even Tlie exiia small designs to ar- 
offers exotic trims and shajH,**. (ox *«r som--* of the other furs I'ent tollarless neckline*, can h# 

Franc** offers a * hi*- ov.'rall ef ^re featured In new blonde and had a* pull-through a**cola. nar- 

feci that can be found In fashion* lighter than ever tones row boas, one and two skin scarfa 

of fverv .season and every year. Be being waist length or above or chokers and rirrleis 


Though spring wears a oaimy 
look, mild as a new lamb, and 
the acceiii is on ihe feminine 
. . It IS interpreie*! tn a wries 

of rough fabrics. jn-sses . . . and ialiei.t *uai> are 

Suiiv and topper* appear in shuie* for .spring 

the fashion Dlciutv With a new ‘he very .shajre lor .spring 

-..lubbed” look . . . wiilch means L iatrous. flaUering silk ahan- 
thev ar^ hbhe<l or cru.s*-dyM. lung av^umes as many colors as 
XS’.M.l is esiioclally g‘»od "hen Josepli’.s *oat this .season, Shm- 
nbbed and turn* up often in ing 
filing worsteds. Kven silks are shaniung.s. beautifully 
h.ind"?d roughly ... the libbixl. a .single hue the basis for a 
hejvv silks an^ exifllent cheh'e fabulou.* fiesta of color. Here. uk>. 
lor ^he long, flowing coat*. ‘he -sluhlK-d ’ texture dominates 

The ooTKlle influence extends even to the sheeresi slik.v .shan- 
eveTto^Mulmr ‘hnugU here U nmg is perfect the pr^ 

dres.s up drc.s* . • • 'he grateful, 
umbrella wide skirls ... Ihe 
■y shirtwaist. Wonderful, 
spring too, for evening wear, particu- 
larly good when touched with 


broidery, either In -simple chalk Also effective, when teamed 
beads on a small collar or more with ronira.stlng »t-o*.p 
extravagantlv.-rry.stal and pearls turile neck lersey top* are the 
are encrusted on small revers. whirling skirts that feature a 
Organdie touches highlight the van-colored patchwork effect 
dainty look . . . either in prim. 

organdy collars or In the snowy Novel in appearan.-e are the 
fall of a soft gilet. new skirt* printed la. simulate 

Taffeia . . . the irldesi-ent a||H,u*r lai-e embroidery, flfien. 

shantungs . . . slubbed silks typ# of skirt also ha.s a simu- 

pure silks, soft a* a (nnge border that lends a 

hutierfly'* wings ... all are apron efleci to the skirt, 

lovely (or ihe dressy silk suit. ^ ilrc.s.s-up at home, and even 

Many are lined w-ith f„r’ parlies and other gaU oc»a 

to skirts. , K # full, full skirts of saim or gold- 

Bui the suitable look for „rgandv. These look 

spring is Ihe nghi look for the 

fashion t-onscious woman. Dressy for a more elaborate nut- 

■ • \M,h a ( rushed cummerbund 


FAMOUS 

FOR 

FASHION 

NFU'S 

AND 

FAMOUS 

NAMF-S 

SINCE 1912 


Is geneitlly combined with a 
plain fabric’ Rut thl* Is'the year 
of the curly, loopy, deep textured dainty 
look . . the poodle with a spring too, f 
hair-cuf Utile topper.* 
brief hug-me-tights . full great gold, 
loals fa-shlo..ed of the clipped The spring aiory 
po«rdle ate newer than first love. ,n print. Bui lor a 
When interwoven with white, sjon, ihe.se new prin 
rlipi»ed poodle becomes a frosted uone on textured U 
fahrir. Nothing Ts smarter . . .shantung, surah or 
nothing preUler than spring’s (.-)j|.ssU’ polka dots 
fjo.sted look . . . entiiantlng as odd and Bcaltered tl 
Icing «>n a birthday i ake. The grounds . . . e.xolic 
froMy iook also lends new glam- tern*. .Sinpe.s are 
our to other fabric* besides wool and taffeta, their m 


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HEARING-AID FASHIONS 


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Our laiest model hearing-aid* are ven small and light, wnicn 
makes them easv to wear No longer Is It neressarv to wear 
cumbersome .separate baiierles connected to a large Instni 
meni The new heannc alds have tinv self-contained hatierie*. 


tif XK r.«r4«« 
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If you are hanl-of bearing, crime In and try one of our latexl 
models w'ithnut obligation. 


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Boft shaded orchid pina and ear 
rings are pari of romantic r;ol|ec 
non of spring jrweirv They en 
hanre a petal aacot of shadow 
a»rlpe organdy. 


Fd.'^hions for the 
Women .Men Remember 


jBoautiful Pumps 
. . . more in Ihe fashion pie- 
tiire than evri. We have 
them with Ihe new. trim, tail- 
ored look ... or livened 
with .spring's mo«t grareftjl 
details. Colors: Red. Nav>. 
Black. Brown. Green. Size* 
4 to 10. A AAA to B widths 


This Coupon 
Is Worth 


Flats 

. . . a runaway 
sucTes* this spring. 
Straps, pumps and 
wedge-heel ra-sual.s. 
Sizes 4 to 9' j. 


on the L-. f 

PERMANENT ^ 

WAVE 

of Your Oinire f' 

Tfutpon Fxpires April H 19^2 


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SMART 
WOMEN 
PREFER 
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Alfso Children’s Shoes In Sta les for All Age* 


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