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STRANGLER SUSPECT CAUGHT 
IN VAST MOONLIT MANHUNT 


Fa m i / v / ii neral 
“Simple Kites ” 


^ here (jueen Vlarv Is Buried 


Britain 


Env 


oy 


MOSCOW i AIM Britain has 
abruptly ordered tier ambassa- 
dor to Russia, Sir Alvary Gas- 
coigne. home (or consultations, 
(t is obvious that the hurry-up 
rail is connected with Commu- 
nist China's offers on an ex- 
change o ( prixoners-of-war in 
Korea and other seemingly 
conciliatory move* by Ru*«ln 
toward the West, 

There are two plain indica- 
tion* of the urgency attached 
to Sir Alvary’.* mission in Lon 
'don. 

He Is leaving Moscow llil* 
morning, not even waiting 
for the embassy** memorial 
service* for Queen Mary at 
n non. 

lie is flying on a tegular 
Soviet airliner to Berlin, though 
the British government ordin- 
arily sends a special plane for 
Its ambassador when he » aves 
on one nf his visits to London. 
Apparently Britain did not 
uani the trip to be delayed 
until a plane could he sent 
from London. 

The envoy's recall Is a com- 
plete reversal nf plan* A* late 
a* Monday morning he was in- 
vlting mrmbeis of 1 Me diplo 
matlr rorps to the embassy 
for the memorial sprvlces. 

Officials In Ixmdon said the 
ambassador will consult with 
Prime Mlnlsier Churchill as 
well as Foreign Secretary An- 
thony Men on the meaning of 
the rurrent Soviet "peace of- 
fensive." 

The** officials Indicated 
that tiie decision to recall 
the ambassador is doubly 
significant In Ibe light of Red 
China's latest proposal on 
war prisoner*. 

A foreign office spokesman 
said the offer to hand ovpi war 
prisoners unwilling to go home 
to « "neutral" state is "very 
encouraging. " Western diplo 
mats In f-ondon said, however, 
that much depend* upon Bed 
China's Interpretation of “neu- 
tral.** 

Tax Kate Held 
At Vaneouver 

VANCOTVr* <CP> City 
council Monday approved a 
record S-TT.nno.onn hudget with- 
out Increasing the tax rate for 
195.1. 


BY RORKKT lit SKI* 

I nited Press Staff Correspondent 

WINDSOR. England, March :'.l (UP) — The Royal 
Family claimed Queen Mary from the nation today and 
buried her in simple "family'* ceremonies. 

Burial services were held in historic St. George's 
Chapel within the ancient walls of Windsor Castle before 
an invited group I hat included four queens, two kings' 
and other members of Europe's dwindling royalty. 

The chapel where Mary’s aon., — t 

King George VI, was buried they could be host to Queen 
I title more than a year ago. was Juliana of The Netherlands, 
filled with close friends of Uir King Random of Belgium.* 
family, members of the diplo- Crowm Prince Olav of Norway 
malic corps and prominent and olheis who stayed over- 
Britons. might. 

The people said their faie Th( . y Wpre joln#M , in , I|P 
weU* ar the lying instate in chapH bv g u# , en Fredehka of 
London * Westminster Mall Gr<w Klnj; Hussein of Jordan, 
where l he coffin of the 85-year formrr Klng Umb erto of Italy, 
old Queen rested from Sunday ,, nm ,. Felix llf Luxembourg, 
afternoon until early today. Prince of Sweden. Prince 

Br-fore the hall's gre.ii doors and pr tnci v„ Paul of Yugo-I 
were closed at -t a m <7 pm * «j|a V ia. Prbice t;eorge of Den- 
Monday, PST. almost 120.000 miirk anrt Prime Chula of 
persons had passed by * h ** , 'I^tiallanU 
purple-draped catafalque —3.500' .... 

an hour. Million. morr mu It _ 1h ' .“ nm, ' n ,h ' Br ." , .* h i 



Search Employs 

60,000 Police 

LONDON (UP) — Scotland Yard announced today that John 
Christie, wanted in connection with at least six sex murders, had 
been located and was being questioned in a suburban police station. 

Police said the 55-year-old trucking clerk, sought for more 
than a week for questioning about six bodies found in the Notting 
Hill “murder house," was held in the Putney police station just 
outside London. 

The Scotland Yard announcement that Christie was in cus- 
tody followed on the heels of an earlier one that the suspected 
strangler of six women — anti jiossibly seven or eight — had got in 
touch with a local police station. 


The women of the British, 
, . . ... Roval Family- -Queen KHzab'dh, 

K Mo.hrr Ell/Abe'h, Prin- 

. , P. ' , • . ' ress Margaret, the Princess 

three of Queen M.trvs children .. , * _ ' . , 

,, r..T , , . Royal and the Duchesse* if 

the Dukes nf Windsor and * . ... 

Gloucester and the Primvss )V7 

Royal— arrived and Mood faclngl!'r* v ^ *f l, £ ,n ^ 0 " ,y 

the catafalque for half an houfj 1 ^ 8 ^ 1 * Alex.indr , 

Wi.h them were the Duehe*, of, of Krnt “ ,d " of UP * r a VM| 
Gloucester, the Karl uf Hare Standing together in the 

wood-son of the Princess choir were the Royal Duke* 



>/ m/h 


the Karl of flare Standing together in if 
of the Princess choir were the Royal Duke* 


Royal- and hi* Countess. 
Windsor, always his mother's 


Windsor, deeply marked by Hu* 
loss of his beloved mother 


favorite despite his abdication! Gloucester. Kdlnburgh and the 
and marriage to an American year-old Kent, 
divorcee, stood in the centre of At 11 am. <8 a rn l*.*T • The 
tl»c group. The men bowed and coffin was brought in hy a 
the women curtsied in the three- bearer jwrty nf ihe Queen s 
lion of the coffin upon anlv company of t Ii e Grenadier 
ing and departing I Guard* preceded by Ihe Lord 

Member* of the Soviet ern- Chamberlain. Lord Claud Ham 
baggy in l.ondon also filed 'Ilian, comptroller of Queen 
through the hall. They stood in Marv'g household, carried m h*v 
respectful silence for a mo - 1 insignia. 

inent before tiie catafalque The Lord Chamberlain took 

This morning tlm coffin was hi* traditional place at the fool 
brought by automobile to Wind of the coffin and the Arch 


This f< St. GoorRo’s Chapel, in Windsor Castle, 
where funeral .services were held for Queen Mary, 
and where she now lies buried beside her husband. 
King George V. 

Reds " Offer 
Raises Hope 


The press office of Scotland Yard 
announced 

"Christie has been found IJe was 
spotted hy a policeman on a beat in Putney 
and was invited to K" along to the Puine; 
police station 

“He is there now talking in Criminal 
Investigation Department officers" 

The hiyil for Christie started a week ago 
when the new tenant in a flat where ihe 
rntid looking man had lived found the bodies 
of three women stuffed in an alcove Wi 
the wall*. 

The body of * fourth woman— believed 'o 
be Christie's 54'yewr-old wife. Kthel -va* 
found beneath the apartment floor 

Detective* lifting the yard hark of Hie 
Notting Hill house found hones of two and 
poxxlbly four other women 

Scotland Yard in ati unprecedented move 
laie last week flooded Britain with pictuie* 
of Christie in an effort to pick up hi* trail 

As frightened housewives double locked 
t heir door*. Scotland Yard canceled *|| police 
leave in London and put 60.000 men on the 
trail Hundreds of police reinforcement * 
were railed into Ixwidon from the country 
and thousand* of other provincial police 
Joined in Ihe search., 

Ii was Ihe biggest manhunt for a mao* 
killer since "Jack the Ripper" rrawied 
through Lnndnn'.* past end in 1888 and knifed 
eight street -walker* to death- never to be 
caught. 

Police psychologist* **>• the current 


killer lias appealed subject to fils of "moon 
madness," They said such lunatics believe 
a magnetic power forces them Into weird and 
violent behavior on nlghi* of Ihe full moon. 

Ilain during Ihe day washed London* 
skies cleai The moon shone benevolently 
nn <* metropolis shaken into the panic which 
swept Londoners In the days of Jack ihe 
Ripper In many way*, he resembled ihe 
current murderer, who has the same kind 
of diseased mind. 

The mam difficulty in locating Christie 
was ihat he look* like anybody's next-door 
neighbor. Thousands of middle-aged, baid 
hespecfacled men of ximllat appearance 
populate Britain 

Although the massive search spread 
through ihe country, it concentrated In Lon- 
don. especially in seamy district*. 

Detective* Monday examined raidboatd 
boxes full of human bones dug out nf 
Christie's back garden during the week end. 
Police said the bones belong to at least iwn 
women hut may represent four bodies m 
addition to the first four victims 

New development* In the case have led 
police to re-examine the evidence of a double 
slaying within the walls of the same three- 
siory house in 1949 Truck driver John 
Timothy Evan*, 25, was hanged for murder- 
ing his 19 year old w ife and baby girl in an 
apartment above Christies 

Christie, chief Crown witness at the trial, 
suffered a nrrvou* breakdown aftei the 
trial was over. 


UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. 


United Nations 


-or where the Royal Standard bishop of Canterbury ctmduried delegates have taken an optimistic hill "show me" altitude 
of Mary's granddaughter, Queen ihe service. He was assisted by towar(J China's offer !o compromise on the Korean 
Elizabeth II. fluttered over the the Dean of Windsor. prisoner-of-war isstte which 

‘ a,,|p - ^ ll °* n M *0' was placed in the , , h „ , v ob . long deadlocked Korean sl.ua 

The Queen and the Duke of Royal vault next In her hUS- no,n S* 0 ™ • sa > '• tlon Rut advised a full 

Kdlnburgh enteird into resi- band. King George V. who died Stacie to an armistice. examination of the two 


dence at the caslle yesterday so m 19.16. 

CPA Cornel ( 
Ruled Pilot’s 


leash 

Error 


KARACHI • CP* The crash strict adherence to the , pr« 
of a Canadian Pacific Airlines “trihed take-off technique. 


Coin,*, J*t «lr.r«f. her, . , T) „ , , w „ bv .ha. both sld„ Mn pri«n«. ".r,™ ."irZ', 'Z 

w~k. ,«o «... wruten oft r , pr . ws 1 f„ | V V« 0 ( t h , Canadian. I *' h " •»»•»' <•" rr I>».na, Ion and ” ' 

today », fhf rwull of l h. pilot, |. a |n.i, n | ,„ d Brlll.-h *o»*rn- h ' 1n ' 1 '’ v, - r lr> • ™-'oral .lair 


which wa« not followed," 


Rig Five delegate* Monday nrciaraimno' 
al«ti put off until today a pos Kxternal 
sible showdown vote on a | 
successor to ‘Jcrr. ary -General; , hr rUrn . nl 
Trygve Lie The Big Hve ^ ^ , 
Britain, k ranre, Nationniist ^ (ni 

.'him, Iho I nll»f P,al« and >nd ^ 
the .soviet Union — apparently 
did not want to shut the door p ' 

on an agreement on that prob A United 
lem while the Korean question wou| d not 
is unsettled. ,he P ro P'* M 

n .. . J . a with an at 

Pr.pm* radio hroadra.l for , k , u ., sm 

Premier t hou Kn-Ut a proposal 


Kxtenial Affair* Minister 
I- B Pearaoo, president of 
Ihe rurrent assembly session, 
said “this would appear to In* 
a very Important statement 
and obviously should he fol. 
lowed up." 

A United States source who 
would not lie identified said 
(he proposals should he taken 
with an altitude of ’ "heallMV 
skepticism." 

The British delegation issued 


All 11 men aboard the Cornel* The report added "The pilo* 
died when It crashed on take-nff appears to have realized that 
at Kararhi airport March 1. The t b ,. nose was excessively high 
crew was made up of ftve of and look corrective action, but 
Canadian Pacific's most expert this was done too late to prrvont 
enerd airmen, including Capt rhp aircraft striking an ohsinic- 


thase who object. 

The proposal apjw-ared to 
be In line with the Indian 
plan, approved .VI to ft by the 
General Assembly December 
ft siul rejected by tie Chinese 
Ke«|s and the Soviet I'nlnu. 


broadcast was most encour- 
aging" hut lhat London will 
have lo decide the Implication*, 
Canada played a leading role 
behind the scenes last fall when 
the Indian proposal was formu- 
lated Mr. Pearson and Paul 
Martin, chief of Canada’a dele- 


One Day Li' ft , 
$.3,50010 Go 

With one day left in th** 
annual campaign for funds. 
Red < rows officials in \ lc- 
Inrta announced tbr total mi 
far at S67.SOO 

The annual rampaiKn for 
S70.A4N1 ends officially to- 
night. The local Red Cross 
will make a concerted effort 
today to put the fund over 
the top. 

Chinese 
Give Plan 
For Land 


Inside Today 


cncro airmen, mounting t apt i the aircraft striking an obstme* the Soviet t nlon. „ u„ r ui 

n.im'Vn '“nocI ’‘° n irnmr <"*' r 'y ,h,> * ir ' ,nd,i,n for r|nwlv w|fh Kr ,*hna ' Mennn. 

pilot, and Capt. t . North Sawle, f , P | d pp r | m eter fence before it prisoner* unwilling <• return 

.18. co-pilot. Sawle was one of became airborne ' home to be put in a demilltar aU ™° r _ J " 


Taga 

X virology 

Bobby Sax 

Classified * 

( otuira - — l* 

tToaaword ... la 

< on I r aa-l Bridge I! 

FdlloriaM — I 

Financial New* 8 

Life's Uke Thai Cl 

Patterns 16 

Radi.. Programs ?* 

Aoetal 1ft, 17 

Sport 6 , It 

Television ... TO 

Theatres |9 

Tom Taylor's Column . I 
1 'nrle Migglly II 


ihe early Alberta bush pilots. 

The irpoii of an inquiry into 
the crash, published today, said 
“the prescribed take-off tech- 
nique was not followed.'’ 

If said the nose of the Comet 
was lifted too high during the 
take-off run. "resulting in a 
partially-stalled condition and 
excessive drag." 


Fund Passes 

IVlid-Point 


. The new Soviet permanent 

l*i*d area under -• four-country , . . . . . . I 

. . ,, . delegate, Andrei Vlshlnsky, who 

£p..n».lOT rommlrto*. II «l r „ ln ,„ lhr Ind| „ p „ pnll , 

,h, ,n, of lJO doy^ thon* won- ^ rou.rnoO Irnm 

• >r,M ’ n, '. r, ,h *'. ,m Mo«„. ,„d h„ no, common, wl 


question nf their disposition 
would be referred to the UN. 


. . . " *v!Iv on the proposals, 

ould he referred to the UN. ^ aMrTn „, v , xprr( . lo 

( onl > rwn,,v ^turned Wednesday for a week's 

..m Moscow, proposed an ^, frr 
m mediate resumption of toe ^ ^ 


from Moscow proposed an 

pa mat ty-sifliirn ronamnn »nu TORONTO tCP* Almost resumption of toe 

exi'esslve drag' 53000.000 of the $5,310,601) that ■«"Wlce talks But he made 

"Thi* did not permit normal , hp Canadian Red Croaa L« *eek M r,# ‘ ar ,h#> , l okl owntal 

scceleration and prevented <he |„g f nT jg^j n p«^- a ting exjienses r^B^rvaflona about the key issue 
aircraft from becoming airborne ba!l been contributed, a Re<l ~ w bat to do about more than 
within the prescribed distance. Cru*s spokesman said Monday. ^*>000 r’ommtintsl prlsonersof 
"The pilot, who had only j 0 date $2,982,397 has been War w ^° *■>’ don't want »o 
limited experience in Comet air- collected since the campaign * n homr - 

craft, elected to take off at night began March 1. This represents Coming *n quickly on ihe 
ai maximum permissible 5 $ 1 per <ent of the goal. heel* nf a Chinese agreement 

weight for the presailing fond I ' I.a*t year at this time only 41 to exchange sick and woun led 
• Ion*- per cent of the 1952 goal of prisoner*, delegate* speculated 

"TTie*e circumstances require $.'•. 200,000 had been reached, this might mean a break in the 


Washington »-alh*d on tb«* 

‘ 1 Chinese ( ofomantsla to auh- 
,lJ * mil at Panmunjom any “non- 
’' ,0 struct I ve proposals" they may 
<>r have for settling the primer 
issue 

"We of course welcome any 
»»*e indication* that the Oitnmun- 


began March 1. This represents Coming sn quickly on the indication* that the Common- 
56. 1 per (ent of the goal. heel* of a Chinese agreement ists are now Interested In re- 

I-a*t year at this time only 41 to exchange sick and woun led solving the entire prtsnner-nf- 
per cent of the 1952 goal of prisoners, delegate* speculated war question on a humanitarian 
$5.200. non had been reached. this might mean a break in the basis." a statement *a!d. 


LONDON t Reuters < - Com 
munist China has published an 
official blueprint which plot* 
the way toward sovieiization of 
its vast farmlands. But the plan 
also promises to respect private 
land ownership— at first, any 
way. 

Instead of warning sms'll 
farm-owner* -backbone of the 
country's agrarian economy — 
that their day* are numbered, 
the new decree trie* to woo 
peasant* into forming land co- 
operative*. ft pledges that pri 
vale ownership will not he abol- 
ished. It stresses that even If 
peasants do pool their land in 1 
these co-ops they will continue 
to own their property 

It *aya peasants can volun- 
tarily )mn and voluntarily with- 
draw from co-ops. 

But. according to a report re- 
ceived here from the official 
Communist New China news 
agency, the decree makes no 
secret that It* long term aim U 
complete 'coliectlvizjt ion" 


McCarthy’s Efforts 
In Foreign Policy Hit 

WASHINGTON ‘APt liar McCarthy made it clear -n 
old K, Slassen. mutual security announcing the agreement with 

director, angrily .reused Scn-t J rrrk r™™ 91 242 • hi P B ,h *' 
... he acted without consulting the 

J,*-ph McCartM Monday ot Kl „. nhmm „ d ,„ in ,K, ra ,|„„ 

I interfering with United Slates 

. „ 1 d<m t want anv Interfer- 

foreign policy hy negotiating an Pru . r h> - hm1 

agreement with Greek ship the time. 

owners to halt tr3de with Red i-„,w u.. 

• Oder t fie* constitution, ihe 

China and Norih Korea. president 1* responalble for the 

Far from being abastied M> conduct of foreign affair* It 

earthy retorted that he L* going " a * n0 \ c>r * t »«<>wever, whether 
. . ... . . McCarthy* a. non Infringed on 

ahead with plans to sign a new rn) , p , rroKa „ vr 

agreement lht» time with The White House said Presl- 
Grpek owner* of *hips flying dent Llaenhower declined com- 
the British flag. ment. The stale de(*artment 

. . ... . . , . held aloof except foi an an- 

In - hr„nd -In nnunc , m ,„, lh , ,; r „ k 

bale recorded over a television government decided March 2-1 
hook up. Mr Slassen bluntly lo order a halt In shipments »f 
told McCarthy that hi* lartics ««rategle materials carried 'In 
are "undermining” the Kiarn ^reek-flag ships to Commum.t 

p«irt* in mainland China and 
howri administration* own Nor1h Korea This would not 
efforis to reach International apply in Greek ships registered 
agreeinenis barring 'lie ship- In other rountrie* 
ment of war-potential material* 


to Iron Curtain countries 

"| wnsMn'l take ynur word 
few M," gd artliv snapped 


At another point, the Wi* 
consin Republican told Mr. 

Slassen: 

'The committee accomplished 
what you and Secretary of State 
Dulle« did not accomplish." 


Special 
Grant 
For City 


what you and bee ret ary of state a special SS.ffln grant has 
Dulle* did not accomplish." t«een awarded the city of Vie- 

A imur verging cm ,orii * ''J VT Prnvlnci.1 govrrn- 

merit to help pav for the city * 
a conalltutlanal row between Cor , m »„ on rv-lebratlona 

the executive and irglalaflve premier W r A. C. Bennett said 
branches of the government, the grant is being given Victoria 
broke out a* Mr Staaaen and because it Is the capital city, 
McCarthy clashed over the Th' new grant compare* with 

light «( . emnumri «nttl2S", V5L"!? !* 

• emme-nt to Victoria for the last 

mitter to negotiate agreement Coronation celebration* in Mas. 
with foreign nationals. 19.17. 


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Moon-Mad Killer 
Sought by 60,000 


aw Sees How Army Operates 


LONDON (Reuterai — Some 60,000 poller 
men hunted fruitlessly through Britain by 
the light of a full moon Monday night for 
the sex crazed »la>er of at least six women. 
They feared he might strike again before 
dawn. 

As frightened housewives double lucked 
their door*. Scotland Yard canceled all police 
leave In London and put every available man 
on the trail of the maniac. Hundreds of 
police reinforcements were called Into Lon- 
don from the country and thousand* of 
other provincial police joined in the search. 

It was the biggest manhunt for a mas* 
killer since "Jack the Ripper" crawled 
through London's east end in 1HW8 and knifed 
eight street walkers to death never to he 
caught. 

Police psychologists say the current 
killer ha* appeared subject to fit* of "moon 
madness" They said such lunatics believe 
a magnetic power forces them into weird and 
violent behavior on nights of the full moon. 

Rain during the day washed London s 
skies clear. 'Hie moon shone benevolently 
on a metropolis shaken into the panic which 
swept Londoners In the days of Jack the 
Ripper In many ways, he resembled the 
rurrent murderer, who has the same kind 
of diseased mind. 

Three of the four mutilated bodies hid 
den behind walls and floor of west London « 
"house of murder" were believed to be those 
of prostitutes. The fourth was the wife of 
the No. 1 suspect, bald. 55-year-old John 
Christie, who vanished from the house last 


week and Is now sought by pul ice "for 
questioning " 

The mam difficulty in locating Christie 
Is that he looks like anybody's next door 
neighbor. 'Thousand* of middle-aged, hald. 
bespectacled men of similar appearance 
populate Britain. Police have been flooded 
with telephone calls, all reporting having 
seen Christie Ail. *o far. appear to be cases 
of mistaken Identity. 

Scotland Yard suspect* the killer I* *horl 
of funds and may be hiding among London's 
8.000,000 inhabitant*. Yard agent* believe 
he may even have watched the removal of 
hi* victims' bodies from the “house of 
murder" last week. 

Although I hr massive search spread 
through the country, it concentrated in Lon- 
don, especially In seamy district* If the 
killer strikes again, his most likely victim 
will he a street walker, police said. 

Detectives Monday examined cardboard 
boxes full of human hones dug out of 
Christie’s back garden during the week end. 
Police said the bones belong to at least two 
women but may represent four bodies In 
addition lo the first four victims. 

New developments in the case have led 
police to re-examine ihe evidence of a double 
slaying within the walls of the same three- 
story house in 1949. Truck driver John 
Timothy Evans. 25, was hanged for murder- 
ing his 19-year-old wife and baby girl In an 
apartment above Christie's. 

Christie, chief Crown witness at the trial, 
suffered a nervoua breakdown after the 
trial was over. 





Optimi 

Reds" 



Proposal lor 
Sli I Viewed 


Prisoner Deal 
with Caution 


UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (API— United Nations 
delegates have taken an optimistic but "show me" altitude 
toward China’s offer to compromise on the Korean 
prisoner-of-war issue which 
both sides say is thp only ob- 
stacle to an armistice. 

Big Five delegate* Monday 
also put off until today a pos 
sible showdown vote on a 
successor to Secrei ary -General 
Trygve Lie. The Big Five — 


’ McCarthy s Efforts 

/ o Go J 

In Eoi *ei<ni Policy Hi l 

o J 


With one day left In Ihe 
annual campaign for fund*, 
Red Cross of fli laU In \ le 
toria announced the total ao 
far al M7.«0A 

The annual campaign foe 
S70.5A# end* officially to- 
night The local Red Croaa 
will make a concerted effort 
today to put Ihe fund over 
the lop. 


China Bat 'OS I* lan 
To Weld Farms 


WASHINGTON <APt — Har- owner* to halt trade with Red 
old E. Stassen. mutual security China and North Korea, 
director, angrily accused Sen Far from abashed. Me 

Joseph McCarthy Monday of earthy retorted that he l* going 
interfering with United States ahfmd w „ h p | an , 

to sign a new 

forh.gn policy by negotiating an agreement - this lime with 

agreement with Greek ship Greek owners of ships flying 

the British flag 
In a heated face -to fare de 


After an eight-day tour of Canadian army positions 
in Korea, three sailors from 1IMCS Crusader have 
decided that steeping in a hammock in a destroyer at 
sea is more comfortable than in a cot in an army 
tent. The first Canadian sailors to- take the tour, 
intended to familiarize the navy with how the army 
operates, the trio left their ship in Kure, .Japan, 
were flown to Seoul, Korea, jeeped to the Princess 
Patricias’ camp, where they spent four days learning 
about army life, then whisked to the artillery posi- 
tions of the RCHA, where they spent another two 
days. A trip to a Canadian observation post at the 
front and a final two days back with the “Pats” in 
camp completed the trip. Above. AB Keith Ben- 
nett is given lowdown on army by Don Mason of 
Victoria. — (Central Press Canadian. I 

Comet Disaster 
Held Pilot \s Error 

KARACHI (CPf The crash Canadian Pacific's mo*t expert- 
of a Canadian Pacific Airlines '•need airmen. Including Capt. 


A United State* source who 
would not be identified said 
Ihe proposal* should he taken 
with an altitude of “healthy 
skepticism.” 

The British delegation issued 
a formal Statement saying the 
broadcast was "most encour- 
Britain. France. Nationalist aging” ho* that London will 
China, the United States and have to decide ihe implications, 
the Soviet Union - apparently Canada played a leading role 
did not want to shut the door behind Ihe scenes las! fall when 
nn an agreement on that proh- the Indian proposal wan formu 
Inn while the Korean question lated Mr. Pearson and Paul 
I* unsettled. Martin. chief of Canada's dele- 

Peiping radio broadcast for K at, °" »° ' h * *£*"}*>*• 

Premier Chou En la! a proposal ?‘* h l Kr '* hn * , M< * nnn ' 

that both aide* return prisoner* • u ^ 
who insist on repatriation and “ r—rm 


hand over to a netural stale 
those who object. 

The proposal appeared to 
be In line with tire Indian 
plan, approved M to ft by llie 
General Assembly December 
S and rejected by the Chinese 
Reds and Ihe Soviet Union. 

The Indian proposal railed for 
prisoners unwilling to return 
home to be put in a demilitar- 
ized area under a four-couniry 
repatriation commission. If at 
ihe end of 120 days there were 
still prisoners in lhat area, the 


hr new Soviet pei 
delegate. Andrei Vishinsky. who 
ripped Into the Indian proposal* 
last fall, has ju*t returned from 
Moscow and ha* not commented 
on the proposals. 

The assembly expect* to sd- 
journ Wednesday for a week * 
Easter recess. 

The stale d«-|sirtment ai 
\\ ashing tun railed on I be 
Chinese Communist* In sub- 
mit at Panntunjoni any "con- 
structive proposals” they may 
have for settling the prisoner 
Issue 

"We of course welcome anv 


bate, recorded over a television J« ■'rcraft here tour * t* e 


question of their disposition 'indication* that the, Common- 
would tie referred to the UN. jl*t* are now' interested in re- 
Chou. only recently returned * ,, l v 'i n K ihe entire prlsonerof- 
fmm Moscow, proposed an war question on a humanitarian 
“Immediate" resumption of the hasla.” a statement said, 
armistice talks. But hr made A spokesman for Gen. Mark 
It clear the Red* hold mental r,ark P"‘nled out that a* yet no 
reservation* about the key issue h»rm*l written offer had been 
what lo do about more than reived a* was the case last 


Truce Talks 
(.tune Second 

TOKYO (Bl PI — I’nlted 
Nation* ( ominander Gen. 
Mark Clark lu» notified Ihe 
< hinese Communists lhat 
the resumption of Korean 
peace talks are “the second 
order of business” for the 
negotiators. 

First, General t lark said, 
details must be agreed on 
for the exchange of tick 
and wounded prisoners. Me 
made the statements In a 
nole delivered to Commun- 
ist negotiators al Panmun- 
Jon. 

Britain 
Recalls 
En voy 

MOSCOW (API Britain ha* 
abruptly ordered her ambassa- 
dor to Russia. Sir A I vary Gas- 
coigne, home for consultations. 
11 is obvious that the hurry-up 
call i* connected with Commu- 
nist China's offers on an ex- 
change of prisoners-of war in 
Korea and other seemingly 
conciliatory moves by Russia 
toward Ihe West 
There are two plain Indica- 
tion* of the urgency attached 
to Sir Alvary’s mission In Lon- 
don. 

He Is leaving Moscow I hi* 
morning, not even wailing 
for Ihe embassy's memorial 
services for CJueen Marv at 


pilot, and 


"I wouldn't take your word 
for It," McCarthy snapped 
bask. 


Wl* 

Mr. 


LONDON l RFutersi — Com-I (arm-ownen— backbone of the 
munist China has published an country's agrarian economy — 
official blueprint which plot* lhat their day* are numbered, 
the way toward soviet ir.*Uon of Ihe new decree trie* to woo fnent of war potential materials 

Its vast farmland*. Bui the plan peasant* Into forming land co- to Iron Curtain countries, 

also promises to respect private operatives. It pledges that prl 
land ownership— at first, any vale ownership will not be abol- 
way. Ished. It stresses that even If 

Instead of warning small peasants do pool their land in 

these co-ops they will continua 
lo own their property. 

W 1 It vay* peasant* can volun- 

\PYV 1 w,l tartly Join and voluntarily with 

iU M AiUIVD draw from co-op*. 

Bui. according lo a report re- 
ceived here from the official 
Communist New China news 
agency, the decree make* no 
secret that It* long term aim Is 
complete "collectivization"— the 
organization of all agricultural 
land Into Russian-type collective branches of 
AMSTERDAM «APi-A fierce farms. broke out 

southwest gale with gust* of Under such a aetup. peasants McCarthy 
hurricane strength blew over must eventually sacrifice prl 

^ershlp to pool l^IrlmTttee io negotiate agreements 
the hind and labor Into sprawling W1(h fon>lgn na „ 0 n.|«. 
Ataie-ronrmlied farm*. 

McCarthy made it clear 


hook up, Mr. Stassen bluntly weeks ago was written off ^ co-piioU 
told McCarthy lhat hit tactics l °d*y the result of the pilot's the early Alberta bush pilots, 
are undermining" fhe Etsen-** rTn * ) The report of an inquiry Into 

bower administration's own All T1 then aboard the Comet the crash, published today, said 
efforts to reach international w * ,rn I* r r»*hed on takeoff -ihe prescribed take-off tech- 

„„ P “, K „* r r,' zz^TnJ h :< n,q — 

If **ld the nose of the Comet 

was lifted too high during the|tion. But several advised a 
ake-off run, "resulting In a 
partially-stalled condition 
excessive drag." 


Coming ao quickly on ihe 
heel* of a Chinese agreement 
lo exrhange sick and wounded 
prisoner*, delegates speculated 


Threaten 

Netherlands 


At another point, the 
i consul Republican told 
Stassen: 

'The committee accomplished 
w hat you and Secretary of State 
Dulles did not accomplish.” 


Elderly Widow 

m 

(idled lo Bar 
In V ancouver 


VANCOUVER (CPI 


'This did not permit normal 
acceleration and prevented (he 
aircraft from becoming airborne 
within the prescribed distance. 

'The pilot, who had only 
I limited experieme in Comet air- 
A while , raft. elected to lake off at night 
haired widow was admitted at maximum permissible 
A bitter dispute, verging on Monday to the’ British Columbia weight for the prevailing eondt- 

bar as a barrister and aoliritor. . ,,on *- 
She is Mr*. Viola McCrossan. Thf * f circumstance* require 
widow of George McCrossan. , * tr,rt adherent* lo the pie 
QC, and sister of E. K. De,* cr ' brd take-off technique, 
Beck, clerk of the provincial "'^ich was not followed.” 
clashed over the |p K |,| a , „re. 
tight of a congressional com 

articled as a 


Cam.' "cVNorth'Sawie i 51000 Communist prisoner*©! . | Saturday *hen the Reda agreed 

SawU wan nn. /t war who say the\ don t want to *° *»* n eral Clark s offer to ex-, ,( e '• 9>lng on * tegular 
go home change sick and wounded under -^Bdet airliner to Berlin, though 

f the Geneva Convention. ,h * British government ordin- 

Chou'D proposal tn hrlaf: » r,, 7 * *T*rt*l plane for 

L Repatriate hnrtiefllateiy .lt* ambassador when he leave* 
after the cessation of hostilities on one of his visits to I^ondon. 

. .... "all ihose prisoners-of war In Apparently Rrltatn did not 

i a 4 ,_^ n f- n , *tieir custody who ln*l*t upon want the trip to he dela\ed 

lnn,^.dl ock W | Korun .11,,. rrpa , r ,„ lon _-. uml! , pl.n, rould N- «-n, 

2. Hand over the remaining from London. 

,w0 piisoners-of-war to a neutral 1 The envoy's recall is a com- 

*tale “so a* to ensure a |u*t plcte reversal of plan* A* late 

solution to the question of their as Monday morning he was In- 

repatriation." viting member* of the dlplo- 

3. The neutral slate would malic corp» to the embas«v 

allow representative* of each for the memorial service* 
side to explain to these prison Official* | n I^ndon said the 
ers what their deri*ion would amhassador will consult with 
mea n. 


the 


examination of 
and declarations. 

External Affair* .Minister 
L h. Beamon, prmldent of 
the current assembly session, 
said “this would appear to be 
a very Important statement 
and obviously should be fol- 
lowed! up." 


a constitutional row between 
the executive and legislative 
• he government, 
as Mr. Stassen and 


France, Canada Decide 
I o Seek Trade Balance 


She was 


British govern- 


The Netherlands Monday 

kepi ihe population of the hind and labor Into sprawling with foreign "nationais! lerk of Ihe legislature. But her Pakistani and 

flooded area In alarm. siaie-oontmUed farms studies were Interrupted by her 

No dike breaches were re- n ‘ r collectivization decree cCar'hy made It clear In marriage and later the education The report added 'The nilot 
ported hul there was fear lor w ** P***ed by the rentral com- announcing the agreement with 0 f her three children. appears tn have realized that 

vu’n-rahl. ,po,. h.„lly , nrt ">»„» o' >h- Communl., P.rty I Gr»k .wn of 242 .hip. ,h„ h * v ' 

after the China. he acted without ronsulflng the 

that took Elsenhower administration. 


OTTAWA (CPI— France and Minister Claxtnn and Finance 
I he Inquiry was conducted by Canada decided Monday to Minister Abbott, 
law represent alive* of the Canadian, establish machinery to develop 


Prime Minister Churchtll ** 
well as Foreign Secretary An- 
thony Eden on the meaning of 
the current Soviet "peace of. 
fenslve " 

The%* officials Indicated 
that the decision to recall 
the aniltaa«ador l* doubly 
Wgnlflrant In the light of Red 
t bins'* latest proposal on 
war prisoner*. 

A foreign office «poke*mao 


provisionally closed 
Kehruary 1 floods 
1.750 lives. 

During Ihe week end all avail- 
able men were massing sand- 
bags to strengthen Ihe dike*. 

Most of the Islands are still 
evacuated, wllh an average of 
only 10 per cent of the popula- 
tion hack lo work on rehabilita- 
tion. 


France's unfavorable ha la nee 

means tn attain a "satisfactory of trade with Canada was fhe offer to hand over war 
ha 1» nr e of Franro-Canadlan apparently discussed after the prisoner* unwilling to go home 
trade." French delegation placed before lo a "neutral" state is “very 

A communique issued after the C anadian government dr encouraging." Western dlplo- 

rin lhi . . .... r fvov Wl* 'excessive IV Hieh t*lk* among of flcfal* of tails or |t* proposed effort In mars | n I^>ndo n said, however. 

•Ue en th.nk of no better nov waa excessively high ^ fvV(J rountri „ , nnounorfl fh< . European Defense Com .hat much depend* upon Red 


Special 
Grant 
For City 


T don't want any Interfer- 
ence by anyone," be *ald at 
the time. / 


wish for you than that 
attain the eminence 


you and took corrective action, but 
that »hls was done too late to prevent I 


huaband,” *aid Mr. Justice J. lion immediately beyond the air 
O. Wilson at a ceremony In field perimeter fence before It 
the court house. became airborne " 


Tax Rale Held 
A I Vancouver 

VANCOUVER <CP» 
council Monday approved a 
record *17.000.000 budget with 


Sc i c n t is ts L ca vi ng 
Tor He tier Salaries 


Under the ronsritution. the 
president l* responsible for the 
conduct of foreign affairs. It! 
was not clear, however, whether I 
McCarthy's action Infringed on 
the president s prerogative. 

A special STvOOO grant has The White House said Preal- 
hern awarded the city of Vic- dent Elsenhower declined com- 

toria by the provincial govern- merit. The state department 

ment to help pay for the city's held aloof except for an an- 

Coronation celebration*. nounrement tTlat the Greek 

Premier W. A. C. Bennett said government decided March 23 so mu a v< 

ihe grant is being given Victoria to order a halt in shipments commission to boost salaries ha* |fK j k )hr| ^ 
City because It l* the capital city. strategic materials carried In swept many a federal sclenUst 

The new grant compare* with Greek flag ships to Communist and engineer Into Ihe hands of 

- a 13.000 grant made by the gov- ports in mainland China and private industry, hampering cer- 

ont increasing the tax rate for rrnrn * nl *° Viciorla for the la*t Nprth Korea. This would not tain phase* nf atomic research. 

jjVL |( ornn.tlon celebrations In May. apply to Greek ships registered Dr. John Convey, chief of the 

in other countries. 


Geyser Spouts on Douglas Street 


formation of a Franco-Canadian munity and of its obligations in China's Interpretation of "neu- 

. . . . I Joint committee to work out Africa and A«ta. tral ” 

ttflwrrt 'h- r.r^r of your th, >«*»( .n oh.iruc IK . hnirtl lnwlvrt ln 

promoting expansion of trade. 

Composition of the committee 
| was not disclosed, but trade 
exi*ert* of each country likely 
will participate. 

Establishment of Ihe commit- 
tee followed discussion* among 
Prime Minister Rene Mayer of 
! France. Foreign Minister Mau- 
rice Bourges - Maunoury. and 
Prime Minister St. l^aurent. Pro- 
duction Mlnlsler Howe. Defense 


OTTAWA <CP>— A high-rank- 
[ ing government scientist say* 
a reluctance by the civil service 


The tax rate will stay at 58 
mill*— the same a* last year. 


Inside Today 


1937. 


federal mine* branch, said Mon- 



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Wheat Agreement Still Held Possible 


day lhat some of the profes- 
sional men working under him 
were gelling about $6,000 or I 
$6,500 a year. Privaie lodustry 
away by doubling 
their salaries. 

"Berauae of the difficulty of 
getting salary increases, we're 
losing top men.” Dr. ( nnvey 
told the Commons atomic en- 
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Salaries entered into another 


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phase Of the committees m CALGARY <CP»— CSM A W. 

vestigatlon*. Earlier, chairman rhbholm of Calgary plunged to 

George Mcllralth. parliamentary < . . .. . , , 

. 7 hi* death Monday when he he 
assistant lo Trade Minister 

Howe. Hashed with Howard ,n hl * P« r * rh,,t * 

Green (PC, Vancouver Quadra >. during a routine army para- 
Mr Howe xald b> n ’ ,u * ,n l I lo public Ihe chute exercise near Midnapore, 

government feels ll ghould °f. »>ere. 

brought before .he I louse ^ Ref , nln|? t - omp . ny Army authorities said Ser 

While W. J. Bennett, president grant • Major Chisholm was a 


but 


Minister Gardl- uranium company, looked m *mber of the Princess Patri- 

‘Z ‘- r ” n ,h *' CIM-. Canadian U«h, Infantry. 

Eldorado should be In Ihe same * 


OTTAWA (CP » -Canada *1111 expire at the end of the current permanent 
hopes for a "favorable outcome" . crop year, next July 31, the 

lo negotiations for a renewed While the minister said he be brought before the Home 
j International wheal agreement, could not comment directly on from time to time for dlscua- 
Trade Minister Howe said Mon* (he progress of the Washington sion. 
d *V- negotiation*, he said the gov Agriculture 

"But we shall not he easily ernment feels an agreement ner announced a two-year ex- 

«ali*fled. lie added in comment- could be of benefit to both tension of ihe government's i — - - u. ., irv ivwi hx- ku 

Ing In ihe Commons nn nego- exporting and importing coun- butter-price stabilization policy I** 1 * ion as private companies 

nations under way at Washing- tries. with the same price Door* as which rH**®** Information to The Jump waa made In the 

(on for several weeks snd now “But," he said. "If mutually now. shareholders The shareholders of th * battalion s routine 

apparently approaching the final aatisfactory term* cannot hq Besides extending wheat Eldorado were the Canadian training which re- 

agreed upon, we can, as wc 'foard operation*. Mr Howe's people. 

Mr. Howe spoke a* the Com- have done In the past, sell our Kill provides for the disposition Mr. Mcllratth said finally he 9 ,J .re* ear . man n jump once a 

mons give third and final read wheat Riicceasfully wttlyiut an of unclaimed balances owed to would consider Mr. Green'* re- month, few detail* were avail- 
ing to a measure extending until agreement." / grain producer* by the wheat quest, but he had “many ok able but if was believed Ser- 

August 1. 1957. provisions of All parties In the House er»- hoard after six years The Ject Ions” to making the salaries g , an t. Major Chisholm became 
the Canadian WTieat Board Art dorsed the extension of the nnnnte* now about $4ftfVQni> public because Eldorado was in H 

under which the board handle* wheat hoard's operations. A mav be used at the discretion a competitive field snd the lrv | 

the marketing of wheat, oat* Snrlal Credit spokesman aai.1 of the government for the bene formation wmuld he nf value to **• un *W» ,n fr ~ hlm*#if oe- 

and harley. They were due to the legislation should be made fit at producer*. competing private companies. fore striking the ground. 



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Street near Ardersier yesterday caused temporary 
interruption in service for the immediate area. Con- 
tractors installing a large concrete culvert, prepar- 
atory to Island Highway construction, uw one of 
the large concrete pipe* shown In foreground slip and 
crack the water main. Repair* were completed 
within a short time. 


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Garden Notes 


Benefit from Mistakes 


Huge Daffodil Shipment 


Tasty Pea Thrives Timber Hope Expressed Leaves Pat Bay Airport 

)| If I Hope that British Columbia a-siuant public relation* dlrec- year second largest *uch sur Nearly XW.tmO daffodil blooms hy Vancouver Island daff 

I >1 I^J*| ua! ■ i ■ f fcl +| I a would "benefit IroituntillkM ol "" f,,r Service wy ever recorded in world; left Patricio Bay airport ye* pro went to tram port part 

Mil lolCt ||tl X I lllldlf the past" in its foies try Indus History had shown. Mr Monk complete »urve>. of all provin lerday bv one of T<’A s four the taster crop of J.SOO 


2 B«»li| Ctuloniat V ■d*<i*, B C 
Tuesday. March I). 1 952 


>1 V. (HUS.M T. FRIIS 
HOW TO GROW GOOD PEAS 

The gat den pea combines two features of great 
value. It is not only very nutritious and rich in vitamins 
A, B, and C, but supplies 

many of the minerals hydrated lime should be raked 


Hope that British Columbia 
would benefit from mistakes of 
the past" in it* forestry indus- 
try was repressed to the Gyro 
Club yesterday hy David Monk 

WCB Centre 


a'sistant public relations direc- 
tor for the R.C. Forest Service 

History had shown. Mr. Monk 
stated, that more than one na 
lion had risen and fallen on us 
timber resources, and ihe proper 
or improper uw of them. 

Parts of northern Europe to- 
ward the end of the 18th ten 
tury, found their forest stands 
so badly depleted ^ hat in some 
Instance* death was the penaliv 


Fortunately for the Vancou- 
ver Islander, u la a cool-season 
plant and thrives all season In 
our climate. Elsewhere, peas 
can be grown only In the 
spring and fall, a* they will 
not tolerate the summer heat 

nf # our hinterland. 

Any good garden soil will 
grow peas. If it has been 
manured the previous fall, that 
l« a help, but If manuring l« 
left until just before planting, 
only well rotted stuff should be 
used, as Ihe pea Is allergic m 
ga*-rs given off hy fresh manure 

Although the pea is p legume 
and consequently absorb* some 
of Its nutrients from the air 
It does not begin to do *n until 
aome time after germination 

t» l« an advantage then to 
give the pe.» rows * dressing of 
4RR fertilizer at the rate of 
ene pound to V) feet of low. 
raked or cultivated Into the top 
six Inches 

WISE PREf ACTION 

Before sowing It is a wise 
precaution to inoculate the 
drills with »he frlendlv bacteria 
that feed the pea roots hv fix 
log nitrogen from the almn* 
phere 

This Innculdht eome« in the 
form of a black powder and 
can. he purchased at most seed 
store* for about 23 cents a tin. 
Failing thl*. a few root* of the 
common clover, chopped info 
the soil alone the rows, will 
serve the same purpose of 
establishing Hie friendly bar 
teria 

As both the pea plant and It* 
friend, the nitrogen fixing hae 
teria. require a sweet soil. 


Dwarf pea* are town quite 
thickly ! 1 3 incites deep In the 
bottom of a shallow trench a 
spade* width across. Seeds 
should be spaced two inches 
apart each way in the trench, 
and if more than one row is 
town the rows should be 18 
inches apart. 

With tall peas, the rows are 
three feet apart, and the seed 
sown in a similar trench, bat in 
a double row nine inches span. 
The space between the double 
i"> w will be occupied hy the pea 
slicks or netting used for .sup 
port 

Pea sticks should he twiggy 
branches standing about five 
feet high after insertion, and 
set close enough tnj that no 
wandering tendril will fail to 
encounter a support. 

AVERAGE FAMILY 

For the average family of 
five, abuut two pounds of seed 
should be ample, split equally 
between the tali and dwarf 
varieties. It is easy to see when 
the pea* are ready for harvest 
trig, and ihe younger they aie. 
Ihe better. 

As peas begin to lone their 
flavor and sugar content soon 
after they are picked, 'they 
should be eaten as soon as pos- 
sible after harvesting, and they] 
should not be shelled until inr 
mediately before cooking It »* 
a great mistake to cook pea* in 
salted water, a* this treatment 
toughens them 

It is most important to keep 
Ihr peas picked all thiough the 
season, for if the pea vine is 
allowed to mature its .seed, its 
purpose in life ts fulfilled, and 
It will cease to bear. 


A I • I Mi Monk made it cleat that 

Authorr/eu H ^"' h , v iun,h ‘ , ‘ »»r« h * 

program of co-operation between 
The provincial government by al1 P»rtie* concerned, was doing 

order In-* u unci I has authorized "> ! hr ,u,ur * ol 

„ „ the forest Industries, 

construction of a new IRwMiOO |,- A< Ts pmpgps 

Workmen's Coin penva I Ic n ' ... 

1 The public t elation* official 

Hoard rehabilitation centre incremented some interesting farts 
Vancouver. and figures. 18 htlilon board 

The new building will be built of lu 1 " lb * r rul ln B.C. over 
on piope.ly at the northeast th * ih e n ‘ p ■" average 

coiner of ,17th Avenue and r ,orM ' *'•** annually; 
Heather Street and will replir* S - * n,,( ¥kJ spent fighting forest 
facilities now in use at 2155 flH ' s m Bt during 195] ; 38. • 
West 2nd Avenue 000 000 acre* of British Columh 


The nrdn -in council noted 
that prehent facilities, which 
give remedial treatment each 
day to 5,000 wui knwa, au- no 
longer adequate 

The government ai*u ap- 
proved the institution of a pro- 
giani of reeiTation and group 
woik activity for Doukhoboi* 
in the Krestova and Crescent 
Valley areas, home of die ladi- 
cal Sons of Freedom 

A W. Th lessen of Crescent 
Valley will be paid $1,000 to 
direct the program In the cunt 
ing year. The program has 
been designed by the commit a 
live committee on Doukhoburs 
lo assist In die assimilation of 
the group into the Canadian 
community. 


000.000 acres of British Columh 
bla forest land* surveyed last 


vear second largest such sur- 
vey ever recorded In world; 
complete survey of all provin- 
cial forest lands within the next 
two vear* 

He ••aid more than 106.000 
acres had been tree planted last 
year, using 88,000,000 trees in 
the process. Just recently a tree- 
planting project covering 3.(MK) 
acres oil Vancouver Island was 
completed. 


men. it i ni n ki 

Mr. Munk said ihr forest sur- 
vev to date pi evented a bright 
picture It ha* shown there t$ 
••far mote" standing timber than 
had originally been estimated; 
and that the rate of growth was 
faster in many part* of the 
province than at first believed 

He noted an "unbalanced" as 
PC*! of ihe forest industries, 
mentioning the great conrentra 
lion of the industry on the 
coastline where trees are being 
cut faster than they can be re 
placed In great sections of the 
Interior, the opposite picture 
was evident. 


Nearly 330.000 daffodil blooms by Vancouver Island daffodil 
left Patricia Bav aitport ves growers to transport pari uf 
terday by one n( TCA’a four ibe Faster crop nf 2.SWV100 
engined North Slat giant*. The bloom* 

hlooms are destined for Toronto The wxX ul „ , P „ VP |or 

where they will in- markr.ed M ontlv*j and the final one for 
£or *«»«•• Toronto 

'Hie plane was one of three Tins year* traffic in datfo 
giant aircraft which have been dlls Is regarded as being an 
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Weather Forecast 


March 31, 1953 

(Government Forecast ) 

TODAY 

A few clouds, 
and a little' 
cooler. Frost in 
some areas. 

Winds westerly 
13 m p.h. Sun- 
shine yesterday. 

8 hours. 6 min- 
utes. Preclpita- 
.Inn .11 Inrh. rotll „ 

RF< ORDFD TEMPER ATI RFS 

High Monday ... 48 

I^>w Monday 42 

DOWNTOWN 
(to 10. 30 p.m. I 

High 30 

Ixiw 44 

FOR hf AST TEMPERATl RFS 

High today S3 

Low today 36 

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Tinrs at virrnat* 

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MARCH 

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April 

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To n»l»rmln« U4«> in Cowlrhon Bar 
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B.C. Child 

Dies of l* olio 

KAMLOOPS 1 CP i- The first 
polio death of the >ear in Biit- 
»«h Columbia was recorded 
during the week end when a 
six-year-old girl died while be- 
ing flown to Vancouver from 
here. 

The victim was Karen Mar 
j tinaon. daughter of Mr. and 
Mr*. George Martinson of Kam- 
loops. 

The child died of bulbar polio 
20 minute* after *he was picked 
up hy an RCAF Dakota. 


An earthquake in 1663 trans- 
formed rocks and shoals at 
1^** Kmhoulemrnt.s. 70 miles be 
low Quebec into a fine harbor. 


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Phone E 41.19 


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One of the atrongeal Hudson's 
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was Lower Fort Garry, built on 
the Red River in 1831. 

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ALL THE TIME 

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NOTICE TO BUS 
PASSENGERS 

(fORfiK-ADMIRAl.S- 

OBRD LINE 

Starting Saturday i April 4i 
a belt line service will be in 
troduced on the Admiral* 
Ohed loop of Ihe Gorge bus 
mute, at the request of Saan- 
ich municipality. From THU 
rum, Gorge buses will travel 
in alternative directions 
around the Ohed loop Time- 
tables of the service are given 
in thl* week * Bu/rer now 
on all buses. 

BRA CON HILL LINE 

Also starting Saturday 'April 
4*. the present terminal loop 
at Beacon Hill will he re 

K iced by a terminal on 
ugla* Street at Simeoe 
•opposite Parkrrest Apart- 
menlsl. Rusts from Niagara 
will travel nn Douglas to the 
terminus and return on 
Douglas to Niagara and the 
normal route This rhanre 
waa made at the request of 
the~eHy, 

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oa rwony 04 14 diilartion-fraa 43 ” rtcord*. 
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Fletcher 

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II'* Droifta* 
Phone Ci *-MI 


Ryland 

Huntley 

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7 It Fori 
n«ame r 71M 





C>. 


BaUg (i'nlnmfll Victori*. B.C.. T«ea., March 3!. 1953 3 


Outbursts 
In Italy 
Squashed 


Allore 


Deaths 


Point 
To U.S, 


queries 

Writing 


Britons P 


ueen 


LONDON tCP» — Five thou*- were concentrated on the rata a 

' and person* an hour filed alow- talque. and the Royal pari) was 2 

ly through Wesi minster Hall almost unnoticed w 

va ‘ n Monday a* Britain paid final The men of the royal party, w 

hv homage to Queen Mary. in formal Mack *uiiv bowed h 

ker Simple hunches of daffodils. tov * arf * ,ho co ^ ,n *' arrival 
$90 dropped by anonymous hands a,u * departure I he ladies, who r. 


e want lo in*uie that ail r it*»ry, the African National ™ 

('on greases of Southern and identl 
Northern Rhodesia and ftya-sa- f neiei 
land, the Convention Peoples P° wn 
Party led by Prime Mininrcr °M® 
Kwane Nkrumah In Britain's Thr 
Gold Coast colony and hy •vimt- graph 
lar movements in such territor- the r 
ies as Nigeria. Uganda and Tan- and 1 
ganyika. lean." 


at ion commit lee meeting Mon contributed by the lale Queen's 'be raff in Billons were Cathedral at the same time 

alltv was re <lav - family. 

„ _ Exhibit R contains a list of 

‘ five insurance policies and a 

JL . 1 J -lO-per-cent computation on their 
a * r H Pmon ’ total commission. The Rawluk 
affidavit which the commlitee is 
“ Cal,p ' 1 a 16 investigating alleges that the 
ie strike in amount of the computation rep- 
remler Alcide resents money paid to Mr. Al- 
election law. | () re and to Provincial Treasurer 
Communist- C. M. Fines as commission kick 
Federation of backs. 

•alkout in "in- The 990 cheque was made out 
iate approval by J- C Rawluk. swearer of the 
-election mca affidavit. It bears the endorse 
red the upper ment of Mr. Allore and William 
free for all in George. Regina Club steward, 
vore slugged. The affidavit alleges the cheque 


U.S. Plannm<. 
Aid Redut tioi 
Tall Disclose 


assurer 


rozen 


PIERCING LEG PAINS 


rency 

' hi no 


Am your leg pain* Ok* a knit* driving 
through the flrah? Do they make It hard 
for you toatraiahten your leg f Thnuaaad* 
recommend Templeton’* T-R-C’a tor 
quick relief of piercing, wahbing Seianc 
pa in v You loo. e*n get relief with T-R-C'*. 
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IMrs. Clyde Scott 
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SPRINGS - MIRRORS - WASH BASINS fl 
SKTTKKS and FITTINGS ® 

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ALWAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT 


IRON and 2 
METALS LTD. ■ 


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waiting between plane** on a reach com lusionx. * 'Il 

flight from Miami lo San t — - < . >.• > ..tt m* 

r i«,- ( i \ >«r* Dr.um Bun B 

lie u,i* a widclyJvnown *rkn- | j0f |, S | SU 

tl<t and rector of Laval l m “V an,.,,.* Barbara Aon 

versity at Quebec City before mi 1 1 h*>ns»t* beat., «» 

he w.*a appointed archbishop | IirCtlldlS ,'OF’llilll c • l*nn from e«*-rv. 
coadjutor of Ottawa dioreir 4 Onex* Bice 

December 11. |9»9 AMMAN. Jordan 'AP» — ()‘r ti* Be"' 

A' hiCmnsrrrallnn February Swarms of locusts one-? again 70 |.ien-vellr>*» qu»n* 
?. 1910. Most Rev. J. G. Forbe*. are threatening Jordan's cult!- (uarier pound mdiv 

75 year-old arrhbishop of Ot vated areas. Moving in from n pur* aluminum (ml 

fawa. collapsed w hile presiding the desert Ihe inserts have •pent lining N*o mw 
a' the ceremonies and died a started laying their eggs l , n,, £ [ )r ' IT* 

few months later The «nrrr« around Amman. Jordans rapt- ftntrvyr Msrgamwt t/ 

»>nn of Archbishop Varhnn was »al and In the vicinity nf Maan. 
aufomaiir. in South .Iordan. 


Thf* adv*r 1 it*rn*nl a not publuhed o* ditplayad by th* liquor Controt Board Of by th« Governmant of Bfitith Columbia 


New Life for Your Home Life — at Standard Now! 


Never before has Standard’* Annual SPRING CARNIVAL been 
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An unusual value . . . perfect 
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an armchair. Solid hardwood 
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Ire* Check homespun rover in 
green, rose and grew A re- 
markable HOSTESS GROl’P 
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quality rover, with the deep soft 
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In two thicknesses: 


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ELECTRIC 
SANDWICH GRILL 


MR. & MRS 
DRESSER 


It's the new LEADER MODEL 
. . . Sandwich Grill and Toaster 
. . . never heforr priced so low ! 

A SPRING CARNIVAL SPE- 
CIAL at onlv 


SCATTER RUGS 


Mr A Mr*. Dresser, WHITE- 
WOOD STYLE, ready for paint- 
ing or staining. Has STX roomy 
drawers SPRING CARNIVAL 
SPECIAL, only 


Tliew chtMMe ytmr favourite from 

the IIAIIIV BOX 

| r».»k lor the picture *nrl the name nf innt labourite milk 
rh«M*l*1e on the li*irv Hn» enter . . . then rear h in-iHe 
fi»r ihe urn* t rfelicintiftlv ***eet l.Mith»*irne rhotmUie *nu 
e* er laMerlf l.»erv Dairy Bo» ennlkut* Vi rhnmUle*, 
9 Jiflerent centre*. Int in*l*nre, velvet «mnnlh <^t*mel»; 
Almond Lri»pv IJu*l*r*; nnu*u*l Lrarknel *mi i’raliiif 
Suulivii he*— ear h ilrlei table centre Uvi-dih rmlrtl with 
the •itiiKilh«*«t, rreatmrvt milk chncoUlr evei' 

Kvert nne nl lhe*e •« rnniptinit* • lir>.-i»|*|e» i« a new 
adventure m ln»ciou» eating. \ oil'll »*tit to en|n» Datr* 
H<>v nllen — alone nr *»ilti tiie people mu like U--f W ti v 
n«*t pt< k up a Dairy B.>* lixlav? 


PKRFEtT in weave, but *ecr»nda in DYF Wonder- 
ful rnjnr*. foam green, beige, grev. cinnamon, wood- 
rn^e ivory, a vara do (nre«t green r)ynn%* this 
QUALITY COTTON BROADLOOM in »he.e attrar- 
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Phone B 51 1 1 


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flfumiiny //eating and Ip/)/ i a nee t enfre 


T&iscnat, 


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fiaiii) (HolonUt v»ct*ru, i.c., t»«., M*r«k si, itsj 5 


ttiggett Man in Business 

Victoria Taxi Vcterai 
*Pcg' Chilton, 63, Die 


Rescuer Heard 
Yells for Help 


*"*>’ alerted immediately RC!MP *1*o Meanwhile, rity poller report 
took part In the attempt to block nothing was taken by thieve* 
rntire off highways leading from the who broke Into the Rock Ray 
were city. Car check* failed to locate Lumber Company preml*e* at 
the mlsalng «afe. 327 Catherine Street over the 

P N. McMIlllan, manager of week end. The culprit* entered 
Si ,h r Rrm -«ald the missing credit the office quarter* through an 
*lip*. if not located, will result east wall window, then ran 
in an additional $124 )o** to sacked all drawer* within the 
the company. premise*. 


Fred Sherman. N>2 Niagara J P Patterson and Charles slip* was stolen from premise* 

••Winnipeg" Chilton, the hig Sightseeing and Transportation Street, played a leading role in Scott after iheir tug the .10 of Shell Oil Company of Canada 

Rest man In the taxi business, Company, which later became ihe rescue of iwn men who font V I logger No. 2. struck Ltd., Industrial Reserve, over 

died Sunday In hi* 63rd year, 'he Blue Line early last week had narrow e* the rocks. The grounding look the week end. 

Angus Chilton, known to )j p rrI j r4 .^ j n 1943. returning r *P*** "hen their tug grounded place about 9.30 pm. The robbery ended a month- 

thousands of sightseer* a* yearly during the 'tourist sea * nd * ink ln c » no * Pl «. n, * ar Mr. Sherman raced to nearby long lu » ln activllir* by a gang 
Winnipeg or |u*t "Peg." was son to manage the Blue Line* Sidney. Rodd'.x Roatworks. took a boat °* *tealer* which over ihe 

born In Ontario and t ame to „ffire ,n Belleville arid Govern Yesterday It wa* learned that and hastily rowed out to the past several month* have robbed 
V I'-ioria • more than 40 years merit, tally ho terminus. Mr. Sherman, building a house submerged tug. From It he took Five such vault*. 


.tames Cent '"Ah gu* Armour 


eventually hecarne owner of a I”'*’ 1 ' 
fleet of taxi*. was* me 

... . , . . funeral art 

In hi* best days, when he 

weighed 3H2 pounds, he went 
unchallenged a* the biggest ’Wj 

laximan on the continent In V • ylEM 
later life he kept his weight „ T 
down to 240 pounds. 

He served oversea* during the 
First World War and was 
w ounded Km. .• Aft«i his i>- dfl 

Charge he 


rum 


lrlctcliosin 
Talks Due 


An 11 year old girl receiver! 
a fractured arm and shock Sun- 
day evening when *he collided 
with a car on the Island High* 
wav near her Bamberton home 
RC’MP report Wilhemlna 
Nicol was running across the 
highway when the accident 
occurred. Driver of the car was 
Jame* Temple, visitor from Lo.x 
Angeles. • 

The girl wa* taken to the 
King s Daughters’ Hospital in 
Duncan, 


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First small shipment* of Ca- 
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the colony wa* founded. 


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The Canadian Ban! 
of Commerce 


Forty • one civil defence 
worker* from all part* of the 
province yesterday began a 
two-week instructor*' course 
under provincial government 
guidance 

('apt. R A. Penning, deputy 
provincial secretary, opened the 
course on behalf nf Provincial 
Secretary W. P. Hlack. Greet- 
ings were extended also by Gen. 
C. R. Stein, provincial co-ordin- 
ator. and Brig. C. M McCarter, 
of the civil defen.se branch. 

Major A. Caihcart Bruce i« 
chief instructor, assisted by J. 
Audaln. R Robert*. P. L Samp* 
•on and (apt. II H. Massey, 
administrative officer. 


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This advertisement is not 
published or displayed by the 
Liquor Control Board or by 
the Government of British 
Columbia. 


Resident* of Langford, Pol 
wood, Happy Valley and Met- 
rbo«in are reminded of the 
Chest x-ray clinic to be held at 
Belmont High School Wrdnea 
day frnm 1 to 4 p m. and 7 to 9 
p m. No appointment 1* necea- 
•ary. 


Rods (Haim (.apture 
Of I N Opera! i ves 

TOKYO (APi The Red 
China radio *ald Monday that 
4 ft armed agent* of the UN 
Far Fast command, disguised 
»« member* of Ihe Korean Red 
Army, were raptured "within a 
few day* after they had been 
airdropped in February." The 
broadcast «aid Dip agrnt* weie 
under order* to wreck factor 
le*. rail line*, bridge* and ware 
house* and to assassinate gov- 
ernment official* In North 
Korea 


The agreement between the 
purchase of a strip of Mexican 
lerrltorv in Northern Sonora 
and United Slate* and Mexico 
for. Ihe Chihuahua, known a* 
the Gadsden Purchase was 
signed Pec. .10. 1*M. 


niir 


onoin 


than 33 new feature* in the body 
and rhaxsi* alone ! Kaaiertnpark 
(no power steering needed here!) 
Wonderfully amonl h-ridi ng car 
...hold* the road like a mat of 
paint (heller balance i* the rea- 
son!). \nd It give* you all the 
great emnomy for whirh the 


$•• It— are the Hillman *edan. 
convertible, estate wagon. You'll 
love the Minx... and you'll love 
that ririfimf price! 


in history — the new. rieir l < #.»3 
Minx! See the longer, lovelier 
line* . . . the *leek, flowing grace 
completely unu/ua among the 
lighter earn. 


hmimbir — seven fartorv 
hrinrhe* and over 7 4MI dealer* in 
North America insure vnu expert 
•ervire and factory part# ic/ier- 
ecer you drive. 


Going obroodT See vnur dealer 
■Hout the economical Hootea 
Oversea* Delivery Plan. 


rfa OVXF THnirsANP* 

OF LOANS mad* at 
Al\ J Isw rmmr to *m- 

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Announcing 


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VANCOUVER * TORONTO • MONTREAL • HALIFAX 

VANCOUVER ISLAND DISTRIBUTORS: 


JAMESON MOTORS LIMITED 


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few* Mftr t ri i • m i t« « • nan ut 


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RHOM ROOMS OPEN EVENINGS I NTH. 9.30 

DEALERS 

Victoria COW ASS MOTORS, Nanaimo 

VILL AGE GARAGE, QualicuTT^Eleach 
CENTRAL GARAGE, Courtenay 


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S totJc Quotation* 


SCOTCH WHISKY 


6 Datlll (EolouUt VkIox^. B C., Tiim Marck II, 19&J 


Closing Averages Stock Prices 

DOW JO*K8: w t o, 

M Mu>4rUlt 281L87. off 4 * » a| A\if I V 

Z9 railway* HA.tt.off2.lt * WlIlfTf 
If lit II I Ur* U.M. off 0.44 

•a .«ork. .- - nooi.orriw ) nu|K|im( r 

\ olume !.740<Nm UU II H 1 1 1 


Toronto Mines 


lured elsewheie." wnd Lot race of thc>.e club* in relation *o 
E. Kirk, fair chairman. the Canadian economic pkturo. 

“The Jaycm believe t hey 
can do no better work for the 
Industrial future nf the prut 
tnce, and particularly Vancou- 
ver Island than by educating 


UMO LadUiAB*. M 

111100 taka DuOult >M 


»i»« A t • die lir.ii 
IMA Ak.llr.lMI T« 

<4n Am.M l-.'4*< 

t»4n Airier N«et> 

" 046 Ann Tk 
100 * Asw.r 1 -teA 

*11*6 A n* to A our r. 
II Ml Atikmo 

l MO As I... eor« 
1000 A ion 
11000 AK0I u»t» » 
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*000 Allin R iilfuki 
lr .000 Aomaqui 


*00 Ukt- 0 » 

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10 U Ltll 

1*14 Ijmi.i. 

1000 LaiatIB 
TWO tetirti 
t>M 1 »i»kn 
1421 Lllllf Iain | I. 
»*' 0 l.cmrii 
liOO L4Ui.lcx.uil 
1700 MlUJM 
147* M4rlx.ii4.lt 


LATIST RfFOCT 


MONTREAL: TORONTO iCpi .mock mar 

Industrial* iO.l oo. o/f .1.2 ket prices fell back (turn a 
I tilllirs _ . lMi.50, up it I firm opening va.Ii h only golds 


market has had fur two 


irtoo B*rn*i !♦« 

mn Baivua 
1*00 Rtiynv n l»0 
1100 Bax. Mr'*.* 

Ul B.tllle-D'JM 
him Bal1ak.no .» 

UIOO Hr i till Ritar 
11*00 B.vtourl M 

nno Bibik v ukon 
*000 Rldtood Kirk 
1 1 TOO Boblo l( 

1400 Bor Sul* r 
UM Bof Mi* r 
*71 Br*lorn» • 

4 MO B-.wi* R 1 n 
*00 Broxiiaa n.»f 
«M Buffadkaou I* 
non Butt* i» run it 
’000 Buffalo Rl 
UtOflO Coll Tim Han 1* 
i*00 r.inp Chib 40* 
m nnk UL * 0 n 
ran MoInrUi 
1100 Carlbo** Oold 110 
in* Collar A.n ••• 
CoM» T r.th 
»9«o r*n< r*I P*< Ilk 
l *00 Ontr.maau* tk 
t**60 Oi.»tlrk 
aioo cnibcu* tip in 
1170* Chlmo »t« 

70*6 Cltra-l-arUr 11'. 
dm troth whUim 111 

»JOO Coin Uk. II 
4**6 fnld«1rti» •* 

1 onyiaat 

1000 Con Aimr ta II 
*1*0 Con Di»c Tk IM 
1*00 Con How*. *7 
MOO Con N I* holme 
17160 Con Boehm* 10 * 

:<« Con Bm.lt.r# » 

4 1 *no Conor. t KkP 14* 
1**0 Crnwihor. I*’ 

*00 Con Ouinn 
•oo tvinit* i« 
*<»« Dm* Mirim • 3' 
inn r>om* lit 

1030 Dorn Ma* I* 

13*00 Donald. la 

**o 0 r..t MHir 1 - 7*1 
M3M ra.t Rim It* 
14*1 r*M S'lUvai. *71 
117000 f aii.rn Mr il 31* 
7100 Rldrr a* 

7100 Eldona •* 

moo rj p*r-n»* 

mono Eattlla «* 

30100 Eurrk a Cera 141 
11000 Palconbrldit <1 
•8*111 F.nlitioii in 

• t*i FYabiahar la* 
*11 Otant Vk M* 

«ono Dlllltt 1 .a k # 

l*W0 Oou . I x .« 167 

iooo noioti. 

|«j7*o 47 

Ml* rmlrttn Man 11* 
IIHM nrth.r " • 

1*00 Orandoro 
Mill Ounna- ooid ii 

• ion Hard Rort 17 
100*1 M.an nf I **•• 
7100 H'*>lB*r 

4*00 M».'h 11 

lionfl H»’» 

IIS Hnllmarr 
*0 7000 Itnmfi Yk >■ 

100 H 04**0 

IOOO Hot it 111 

100 Hud.an Bat *> 

IIW Huah-Fam 
dtlM In.plrat len 170 
M«0 Jotknlt* 
tOOO Jarulri IS 

IdOOB Jabura. II 

41M JaIIii-Qui 11 
.*<700 ftarrand It 

171300 KPlniT I* 

i WO K.rr add'.on I * 1 
11*00 K.Tbnrrnn 17 
1110 Kirk-Hud R 
lion Ktrtland t.a»* 01 
moo Kirkland Town 
HIM Klnndik»-K.n II 
*7* Labrador 


**40 Macktoo M 

1100 MarLaod Ck 141 
I7M kl.Ui.ri Rl. 14* 
llt.0 Ulimt 
1100 UalaitK Oold 110 
.00 U.i lit nor Mil 
1000 Marcu* »'• 

iH M. Intf rr Fo-; 04' , 
1 >00 Ml Keokl* RL 11 
7*0 Me Mar R1. 

3000 Merrill IMand II 
m Mmlnc OoiF 
Midi Monr'a Port ->0 
1*000 Mr lam a oar II 
1*010 Nr*rj» 

40111 N* bill La* «<M 

14100 Nrn A3*«r II 

MO) ha« IMikui 3*1 
1000 New Hold, i * 

7000 Nov Uu*h IUI 11 
4000 Nev tA(ur>it II 
}i00 Nralund 
10 * 0(1 Nrw Huh.r 7a 
7)00 Ntv Nor.«in*n 11*. 
1*100 N»w ItT.n Lk 17'x 
1000 N»» ThUfOoik 
IOOO Nik Yk • 

11000 Male 10 

*11 Nwan4a 
a 00 NV.rn.tltl *1* 

*00 North Den -.an 
inoOO Mmi h Iru» II 
0077 N liter Ulna. M 
I MO O »rkt« 

IOOO O-taar* Mti U 

moo oni etnit. in 

a.Dfi Otirrnl.k* IM 

MM Orenade 
SOO Ortac Rl. 

1700 Oalr-ka lax. 00 
•00 earociur ear* 

MB Parma.iar 
100 ettid Ort.llt 

1000 etrron 
400 Pvrklt Cro» 

OM Pinnr*r Oold 100 
311 Placwr De» 40’, 

1100 Po w til Mourn 10* 
1000 Prttnltr ■'•rd 
IVifl Prttlon KD 141 
OMM Pnvptr ' Aid 4 >0 
1M00 Qut Conptr IH 
10000 Out LaUrtuor 
iooo Out Manilou 
111 Qutmoot it 1 . 

ltikOO Out .ate 1* 

kOOA Raoaick Oran It 

fWr*r. Mo* 

ISM lUara. '• I 

Rtnabie 

7090 Ru-Aiha )*U 
t'.OO nor he Lent L U 
1100 Ran Aatuaiw 101 
MO Kiwi' Creek 
7 111 Sherrm Oord S'k* 

• MO A3U.VU 34', 

M** Bilvtr- Miller *0 

itoo aiKw <* 

•170 S' 4U. con . *1 

1700 S' kr Olteit II 

4000 Bmtlo* 

10MI imp Rock 7M 
1300 flulllvan Cwa Ml 
3 >00 Suit blit. 

Ill* Brlvaalie ISS 
Ite Txa H anx MO 
I MM Thom* -Lund 
111# Toburn 
10100 YoabiU 4* 

Tortilt •llrpr 
0<« On. do Minina 
I141S trolled A«U 410 
IMO United K»no 1004 
. l SOO Upper Cda M> 
1*11 Venlure* ll‘» 

11700 Vl n lamer 3U 

713 Wont Amulet 
IOOO WtkUlkn • , 

*700 Wt« A»Mt» *4 
1000 Wlll.ev Co«h 
Wri«hl-Htrt 
*00 Yalr Lead 
*40n Teroin * . 

1100 Yk Betr ISO 

411* Yukeua 41 

•too y iikitn Co* 


l*ulp. I*»i mr 9MXt, off 5^3 
Hales: H'A.ltM. 


session, the Do** Jones indu-- trl «* “verage managed to regain, 
trial average was down nearly * Ikl^ more active period, ahoui 
five points. * point. 

As the marker broke sharply The interpretation of this 
when the war was first declared may lie that us soon as Hie 

S in Korea, the re- marking down look effect buy- 
verse of what era quickly stepped in to take 
hapjienerf yes ter- advantage of the more favor 
day might have a bb* prices. 

been the logical A |ocJ| | dPa | er ,-onsideied Hie 
expectation, but WBa started yesterday 

things have so by a number of short term 
4 f 1 0 rn traders who wpit ready lo sell 

1 , 11,1 * ny on any indication of weaknr-*s 

awing away from m#y ^ lhat thil Mlu . 

defense to more # „ on „ ow b ,^ n r ,e.rrd 

normal lines of production ^ #>1 , 

would I-.U.W th. rouulrj . «■ Todxv*. m»rk« may 1.11. 
vere upheaval in change of r * 4 

PU Clor IH. Investor. Ih. pro.. v *“*** 

talks ate bearish, even if the'’ “Buy BC. Products and Build 
beariihnewi would lie onlv tern- B.(* Payroll^'' is the slogan 
porary and would probably lie adopted by the Victoria Jay fees 
followed b\' a new and much for their B.r Producls Fair 
better optimism, being held this year from May 

The slocks that came in for 4 to 9 in the Arena and the 
yesterday's attack were led by Curling Club. 

General Motors, which dropped Tomorrow night at thou teg 
about 53. and followed by the ular meeting In the Sirocco? 
,41 her automobile and aircraft Javcees will be addressed by 
manufacturing romerns. Virtu- two leading officers of the BC. 
ally all companies with heavy Products Bureau. H Murray, 
defence committments were chairman, and A <\ Foreman. 


be held by the Victoria Adver 
Using and Sales Club In the 
Pacific Club today < 12.15 1 lu 
hear William Hamilton, execu- 
tive secretary of the Federa 
Hon of Canadian Advertising 
ami Sales C.lubs 
Mr Hamilton, who Is head- 
quartered at Montreal, is mak- 
ing a tour of the West Coast. 
He will talk of the importance 


Heaviest trailer was Eastern 
Metals, which dropped JO cents. 

Cranium! traded tower as 
Gunnar. Nesbitt-Labine and 
New Delhi slipped New Brunn- 
wick base metals weakened 
with Brunswick dropping $1.25. 

Papers lost strength in in- 1 
dust rials and International amt 
Consolidated dropped $1.25 
each. Miscellaneous issues held 
firm despite a $4 drop in Gen- 
eral Motors. 

Wesiern oils suffered a wide 
majority of losses. 

Senior golds gained slightly 
toward the rloAe and Juniors 
continued firm on gains In 
Con*. Discovery and Madsen. 

I* W eaker. 

MONTREAL (CPI Losses 
nf one point or more were 
widespread and only a few 
selected issues were able 10 
break through to a higher 
plane International Paper. 
Noranda. Hudson Bay Mining 
and Dominion Bridge lost a 
point or more, 

Ctilliles were slightly higher, 
but all other groups were 
lower Papers and senior met- 
aH were most prominent in 
the decline. Aluminum. Inter- 
national Nickel. Ahitihi and 
B.C Forest fell. 

Mine* remained higher, al- 


TORONTO: 
ladustiials _ 
ttolds . .. .. 
Haw Mrlaia 
Western Oita 


Sales: 4.t!h».n00 


liaailed 

/ nceahneni Sn ttrilirs 


MUNTkf Ol - 

' B dulloi 
Pound aWil.aa 
Ml R YORK — 
(Tanidlan Anita, 
Pound aiaillnc 


I",* • ftl 2 \ 1 r« 'In 

T.liphtef : F 4 1 T 1 


W1NN1PP47 >cp» PriMi drovted lo»- 
»r. arperiallT <»« on Un:iaa«cO odrfia*. 
promp'rn by arciin«a aa U S alaco aud 
ronBiodllT luarkel* 

✓Hu MUhi at ih* men Had* in 

r * ii" «j at > carfii at C'auadlau w l.t 

Ht'*in and turtlifr • mount* to oih«r 
CdUOLrloa. 

Prlr** fet Clan Tso *h»*L 'op 
(rate* »*f* doan Ian caal* froai Prt- 
dat IWA pile** »rr* uurnaas** 

tmunreo 

Oat* - Op*n Hian L-»» ci«** 

Ma* 1* , 1V% 71 11 . 

Ju.a 71'. US 11 ‘a 11*4 

Ociabtr TJ'a UW Ilk 11a 

R*a — 

May IM l*» 11*-. Ill i 

July Id 1 , 1*1 U 1*7* 111 


BONDS 


STOCKS 


GRAIN 


IteMitead IS *7 

com pun QcoTAnom and jt ATtsnr ai sravin 


James Richardson & Sons 

II GoaaroaiM»( at View Tclcpboo* Ga/dsa t 1 11 II 


lit Record for ( PR 
unced by Mather 


Inspiration added 55 cents and 
FrobUher 15. Beiville, tTiimo 
and P.lv AthabaNra rose pen 
nle«. Casslar lost 20 

Western oils were mixed to 
stronger. Antpne, Pacific Pe- 
troleum and C.aspe appi’aied on 
the upside. Dil Rio and New 
Continental retreated. 

Brnlorne Slifi * 

VANCOUVER— The market 
had few firm features and must 
movement* were downward. 

Activity was slight. 

New Continental was the 
chief oil trader finishing slight- 
ly lower at 1.27. Yankee Prin- 
ces* also moved hack, losing 
7 cents at $1 Pacific P"e 
continued firm around 513 while p<jgrd issues 
Canadian Atlantic was $6 40. mand and 
Pacific Nickel continued at fractional ga 
Its higher level dosing ai 1.16. were irregul 
but Stiver Standard slipped to heavy engine 
1.10. and Estelta to 57 cenla. generally fir 
Bt atonic was a weak market Oti* were 
at 4.25. some of the 

B.C. Telephone continued to 
advance at *15 V while Powell »urned easy. 


Ills ITS*, tits tHH 
II*'. ink Iia*. II*-. 

ill'* 117‘a III'. tl>ts 


U.f 171 171 111 1 . nr< 

July m 133 31* *« 31*’. 

Oc.otitr 113 3Y3 Ilf. III. 

C'sih OiU« I3«. 

OsU — No J (V 1* , 

Kariay Nb 1 ct» tl*»% 

Rft — hi 1 t» im track 11 * 

Pl4»- ho a C» Il*U. iraix ll( . 
bite af Cla»» Tan wl»«ai tor .apart 
to rouninrx rnitnlte IWA 1 Nor . 3 17'.; 
1 1.11*4.' I. a.m» 4. 1.0YV; I Darum. 
HI*. >. IM. 1. IJIti. IWA and 
dnmr*tic Canadian prtcra 1 Nor . I t(’«; 
3 114V: 1. 1-T7V * 1«U: I Durum. 
1 Tl*« , 1 . I 7 **,: I. 1 Tit. 

CUCAGO 

Wtarat— Owa Hut low C1n«s 

May 1U 33* Ul mv 

July Uti 33*'. 117'. 111-, 

•«l*i"Mr 111 111 13* ■ 37* « 

Coin - 

May III | 111', lit’, is* . 

July lad . 111'. Ilf . IS! . 

*rp<»mter 1 *«V Ilf. Ii* . 111 . 


Ioronto Oil 


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«i* llu«»» 

•nno llv.uar.ar II 
J4IM J.l 
7 im JupHar 
3««0 Kray 
•00 I Ad lit Coot 
7 <7 0*1 I. -mi I -land 
MOO MrDou(al a.*ur 
3100 Mid CuUn.nl 
4 ’M Ntw Brit Dun 
I3ii t»a« (ttpy'lM 
»IM Norrh Can 
34 Narth Bur 
*400 Oil IWlpcuany 
700 Okaha 
1000 OmnUraa* 

17*0 Pacitir 
' '00 Ran W.xt.ra 
1340 Rvtral O 4 rr 
lam Brinx 

10400 Rurirb 
• too R.»r 
3M Ramil'. 

14700 Aapphlr. 
irtoo Scurry 
1*00 SarurllT Tt*4 
1100 Spooner 
•MM10 B*m<(ra«a 
7M0 Tran* Cmptra 
MS Tran. Era 
I in Tran* Mountain 
«U4 TrUd 
7000 Unllrd 
2000 W Man.. 41. ad 
41» W I ....I.O O. 
Ill* Wtlrtrh 
*040 Yank.. Oanuck 


«A Ant* 1*’, 

4 <00 Anna 33', 

1404 Alai IU 

ISOO Alp*' i-.ont 176 

1*00 Amrrir to Lidul «l 
ISM Anchor M 

I *40 An*lo Canadn US 
HIM Akh.r 

i* o Rail#) Srlaoto SIS 

3100 Sritalt* IO0 

.«* Caigai i A t 

4 id* Calmont liu 

3400 Calvin Cant *M 
<«o Can OdMih.io II 

It*, I C»o Admiral 16'« 

1 704 Can Ailanllc a-0 
iae« Can D»r#|t« 7* 

aoen Can n»vani*n 1J0 

14S Can on 

6*31) Can Fip.i'n* 1*0 

l.'O Can Will i* I on 7«S 

Mio Ontral lx due <10 
TOte Chamoarlam t* 
1I4M Chartar Oll« II* 
106 Coosmons.al'h *1* 
1278* Con* Allano## IM 
1300 Cnn* cordai in ** 
1406 Dilhouil* 14 '« 

*077 O.I Rln *M 

»7»6 rv*on L»d't* »•• 

t IS Dnm* Wratam 
• '00 Dracon ** 

•0306 DuT«t *• 

1040 fiat Ct M l 11 

•ooo Fargo Oil lk* 

kl» r»d«rar«i F.t* TM 
1106 nit Captorm Ul 
>«* Orn.ral Fan A IM 
1*00 OrldOll IM 

till H oi*ii 0(1 II 's 


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KUWAIT (API— The ruler 
of oil-rich little Kuwait, Sheikh 
Abdullah AI Salem AI Sabah, 
inaugurated the world's largest 
salt water distillation plant 
here Sunday. The find unit of 
the giant plant produces 1,000. 
000 gallons of water daily for 
the deoert sheikdom, a British 
protectorate at the head of the 
Persian Gulf. 


Quebec is the only province 
tn i 'amnia with a bicameral leg 
ixlature an assembly and an 
upper house. 


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Donahaa 1*S 
Dnnnaeun* 76 
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rxttvt* Flour 34 
Onl Ri»<*1 36 

Dran«i Cr 111 
F**i H4n 76 
Finmah* «• 
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Frlra Rro# 11 
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THE CANADIAN FAIRBANKS-MORSE COMPANY LTD APPOINTMENTS 


Clyp t m-Alb 77 
Tran -Cda C 404 

HinihoA 0<1 it 
Mimilmn C' 34 
Hard Carp .1 * 
it.*. a (Uni 74* 
H"*#«-D*»Yh 7d 
lino Rnalih I* 
Imnarial Oil 1.7 
Impfriat ToN |6 
Do V. old • 
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Tn<Y7 Rr«nM • 
Da • Id 11* 

In. Mf-at« A It 
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tn'ar F»>rnim 7 * 
lr' Dtllhla* 31 


C*i Canntr* lt'« 
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D6 *1 66 0*6 I* 

m ci* a, c»i ii 

fn D«I 4 Ok 4* 
Cdn O.n F’ 446 
CAn Dan tn 17' » 
fdn indiiala '•’» 
CMn tx**-* ii 
C*n Oil I* 
CFR n • 

CAn Ylrk.ti ll*i 
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r*n w.'iah* M 
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New York Market 


I W. COUGHLIN 
Vice • prexiilent. Industrial 
Pruduct.s. Mr. Coughlin 
Joined the compRny at Mont 
real in 1913 and wa* later 
transferred to Ottawa 
branch where in 1923 he w ax 
appointed manager In 1915 
he wrr made manager Van- 
couver branch, and in 19-17 
manager of Montreal 
branch which podtton he 
rellnqntRhe* to become vpe 
pre«4dent. Industrial Prod 
•in*. 


QKOIGK K UTTER 

Executive vice president and 
member of the executive 
commit tee. Mr. Wyer Joined 
the company at Montreal in 
1911 and in 1919 wa* trans 
ferted to Toronto. In 1938 
he wa* appointed manager 
of Vancouver branch 1FM5 
manager of Montreal 
branch. In 1947 he was 
elected vice pre* idem w hich 
position he rellnoutsbe*i to 
become ex**ctitive vice pres 
Ident. 


KllHKH T H MORSF, IK 


Vice president, Consumer 
PrrKluct*. Mr. Rindflelach 
joined the company at Win- 
nipeg In 1917. In 1936 lie 
was appointed manager Cal* 
garv branch. 1941 manager 
appliance dtvJulon. head nf. 
fire Montreal, whkh post- 
lion he relinquUheii to be- 
come ure president. Con 
Ftimer Prod((c*6, 


President and general man- 
ager and chairman of the 
executive committee Mr. 
Morse Is president of Fair 
hanks. Morse * Co., of the 
United States, president of 
Fairbanks. M or*e de Mex 
I co and president of the Ca- 
nadian Locomotive of King 
•ton. He Is also a director 
of a number of American 
corporation*. 


Assistant to president and 
member of the execume 
committee Mr. MrQutlkin 
has been associate^ with 
Fairbanks. Morse Interests 
for many years. He is a di- 
rector of the Canadian Ia 
romoitve Company of King 
tton. Dot, 


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Ini Kar *»•'•( 74S 

Inti F«o#r »*•, 

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K*nn*4A' I C*|>*.r 7* . 

Lank Tti»BO« tt». 

Sail OtiUllay* is 

ST 0*4'*#! 17 * 

S«irf oik WBtiarn 14 

NtAMra Farm* ad T1V 
OSks 0*1 MW 


F7lPir.i»hl» Bh II 

F*«n Railway II <4 

FiwcIbt * OanMa *1 

FwMM Oarw* 77 

Radis MW 

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Standard Call! k» 

fandard SI It 

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Saultern Farlflr 4* 

snult* Calif Fd*» id 1*S 
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fiaily Colonist Victoria, S.C., Toes., March 31, 1953 J 


ALL SAFEWAY STORES 
will be open Thursday night, 
April 2nd, till 9 o’clock. 
CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY, 
APRIL 3rd 


Highway, Choice, 
Half Slices, 

20 -oz. can 


JELLY 

BEANS 


Taste Tells 


'dry Small Cello -IQ 
package I D I 

16 -OZ. Ml) 

Cello package 

S. A colorful and tasty confection 


Large. In Dozen Cortona 


Court, 

Fancy, 

7U-oz. 


Rreakfaxt Gems 


Angrliu 


■mtful 0*m Oil »:• an •ie*n*nl •cum 
■f Iran and hl«ti-nu*llir pro lain You ra aura 
•f Traah r«M at Oaf*»ar . , , guatantaan to 
ita •tricUy fraah ivii) Uma. 


Four X or 
McGavln’s, 
dozen, in 
Cello pkg._ 


MARSHMALLOWS 


Colored or Plain White 


1-lb. 

Cello package 


Conned Fruits 

Taate Telia. 

Choice. Dark Sweet. 10-oz. can. 
Cudney Choice Dessert, 


Conned Juices 

West fair. Choice, 


22c Apple Juice 
2 for 37c Grapefruit Juice 
23 c Pineapple Juice 


Cherries 
Pears 
Fruit-Cocktail 
Apple Sauce 


Ideal for the Easter 
Basket 


Hunt's, Choice, 
lfv-oz. can 


Tomato Juice 


Lakemead, Fancy, 
15-oz. can 


15-oz cans 


Party Pride 


% shakkwx 


Ready Dinners 

Clark's, 


ICE CREAM 


Canned Vegetables 

Green Beans Brlarg.te. Fancy, Cut; 

Golden Corn 


Tomato Soup 

19c Baked Beans 

2 , or 31c Welsh Rarebit 


10-oz. cans 


Heinz, In tomato aauce, 

15-oz. can 

Snow's, 

8V1-0Z. can 


Taate Telia, Choice, 
15oz. cana 


Baking Needs 


pint carton 


Pickles , Olives 

Prlmroae. Sweet. 


Pure Lard K h c “ 
Cake Flour SSt 
49c Chocolate Chips 
33c Walnuts 

Currants 5;“ 
Raisins 


Mixed Pickles 
Stuffed Olives 
Ripe Olives 

PRICES EFFECTIVE F „^ 

MARCH 31 to C(|mM*lZi 

APRIL 4 


Have plenty on hand for your 
children’s Easter party! 


Silhouette Bread 


Van Kirk'a, Chlplts. 
6-oz. Cello package. 


!«• In ulinN . . hi 
prntatn . And •« 

lading *•>•« v I I I 
•hortamn, or any kind. 

Wrapped. 

Full 16-oz. loaf.. 


Miscellaneous 
fcotUaa 25c 

., 4-aa Un 36C 

10*.. $2.95 
15c 
18c 
28c 


ftatiafying 


IH-M. pack*.* 
R*non • 

klk-ot packa.i 
K*lk>C( • 


TENDERIZED SMOKED 


CANTERBURY 

TEA 


SUNKIST NAVEL 


T»a vita tba na*or that moat 
Mai . . run a»d rotrnai. yai • 
••iufytrv* 


16-oz. package 


Delirious when prepared with brown 
augar and cloves . . slice and serve 
hot or cold Bake with sweet pota- 
toes . . . It's a real treat. 


Sweet, Juicy navels ... for Juice at breakfast ... In the 
fruit bowl throughout the day and. of courae. for tangy 
mealtime salads. 


NOB HILL 
COFFEE 


Swift’s Premium 

Tenderized. Whole, half |! 

or in the piece, lb 3 


Gainer North Star, 
Shamrock, Maple Leaf 

Tenderized. Whole, half rr 
or in the piece, lb ... D9C 


A hten4 at tha 

A mar Iran Coff..« 


rir.aal Central and * 
. . . car.lully Mlactati 


Approx. 36-lb. corton 93. TB 


Fresh Frozen. 
Grade "A.” 

12 to 20 lbt._ 


Imported, 

Firm Ripe Fruit 
Ideal for 
Children* 
Lunchea 


16-oz. package 


Imported, All-Green, 
Firm Asparagus 
With Compact, 
Tender Tips lb 


Smoked Pork Shoulders 


— * WTv,U «T Halt 

r«w| Orarta "A." I la * It i>»i 
■ VWI hrtd and !mi aft 
1 Equivalent la orada "A" Fa*l 4 la 
t—. an «v 

Frvart • *• *-** •***»•*. 


11c ° Bion * 

19c Lsttuca Imported, firm, crisp heads, 

j 3c Partnipt , , b ^ ’ por,,H, ' fU 
19c T " r,| P» I^thbrtd**. y*Uow, 

_ __ nalirv Imported Serve stuffed with 

27C WPIC, f cream rheeae. lb 


Okanagan. No. 1. 


Whole or Piece 


Briimchwtigor 


We Reserve the Right to IJmlt Quantities 


Canada Safeway Limited 


i 



JT V T» te g f 8 flatly ColontBt Vktaria, I.C, T*e*„ Marcli 31, lt$J 

Island Soccer Division Flan Suggested ^ • r u . “i - " 

11% JIM F.DDIK mainland for operational ex placed agalnat exhibition games . ' will he used for local cup com- u7i*TI^a cu£° \l vVor'Z,*'?,' ’ Vl oUli^ Drowning Reunited— 

Friction In Victoria aocrer pen***," said Hendry. The ban apparently stemmed petition on the laland. Vi '«.im.V' T n *v Cv 

clrdea will disappear If a plan p u || Italia of the proposal trom * complaint by the VDFA * * * 17s «mim‘ * * ES 1 E i * H3 ■ EE 

to be prexented tomorrow by w ,l, he presented to the VDFA ■»•»"« coast league game* ‘The Victoria United v» St ttell. ’‘TwK.rVtV™* 0 * «' ||IU l li ^ I lit 1 #* It'D ||>iUll It Jklll ft-Cjgwr 

the Coa,f Soccer I^eague to the executive at a meeting In Vic being played In competition to Andrews tentatively planned •£•'•••/£,, S^rimVa’"* ■**' “3 tilll C ■ 1 T II Will 1 I Pill lid) 

Victoria and District Football 1or j a tomorrow evening. ,l * CU P contests. for the coming Sat., March >h* M>aam 

Association meets with ap -j think It 1. the answer to Eade ia the second United of »« oU ‘ Y Aeanrunw Victoria Shamrocks’ Blond but have Indicated they will be into Memorial Arena However 

proval, Victoria* mobiem* " *ald lear flctal to announce his retire COFY rooTBAt.L and atmixtic cvi _ ... ... „ . . " ,nr > W4U w ,n, ° memorial Arena. However. 

Jock Hendry, president of the vve had the same problems men t. Coach Wally Milligan n» v»i«ia Oan.a A.-cu-a r*..- *" o *.s. •ib-isa.ii. Bombshell* A roh I e Browning out before the masons opens several of the pla> era are going 

CSL, fold the Colonist in a tele- here between the Coast league called it quits on account of "old j?“ m? •••rr.iirt ^ vw»ii*nnn »,.*„„»« imited again last night when ' Jackie North T7vh ! h m"' > ' <?V ? n! ** n Park t0 fiT" e ' 

I-hon. Interview U« nl C hl II, .t „ n „ , h , VluiiMum .nrt District •«" ™ Frld.y. ““ " h ”'" »?»».'• ^ h. „d|^,^ hi P l, 1 " h ' 

vn,'M»,2‘ U ' "ond dtvl.lon ‘“f 1 ’ JT' 0 " "h r " n * lnlnl - ...'7-V J*’UrUt:IS 3 SI. *.„» „ Sh.mrock vorl^u. ,n!l reported Sroppcd!Ton,he worhoilTn'd Is * PP ^', A c’x ‘mSm 

.olhf 0 d dV,r c on rsii!UT. , jrr»isr.:.vu; „,L.*v, KKi-r-uir -• i» *•»« <- m um«.,m w„h hP tht L, bI'"! ' 

^ ,n ** aeaxon. NOW we work in meeting lontgni to necuie on.,,,,,^ UB11 | (unn.r •• Ih, rlir l» • nm .n II u ..I. oluh In (hi* . srasnrt's first time Thu nut >tr „ „„ Ki. # '.. 


11% JIM KDIIIF mainland for operational ex placed against exhibition games will he uwd for local cup com- 

Friction In Victoria aocrer pense#," said Hendry The ban apparently stemmed petition on the Island, 

circle* will disappear If a plan r u |j detaila of the propoMl tram a complaint by the VDFA * * * 

to be presented tomorrow by w ,|| ^ presented io the VDFA ■K*lnst coast league game* 'The Victoria United v* St. 

the Coast Soccer league to the executive at a meeting In Vic being played In competition to Andrews tentatively planned 

Victoria and District Football 1or j a tomorrow evening. ,l * CU P eontesta. for the coming Sat., March 

Association meet* with ap -j think It Is the answer to Eade is the second United of 28th. la off 
proval, Victoria's problems," said I.ear flctal to announce his retire COFY 

Jock Hendry president of the "We had the same problem* ment Coach Wally Milligan “c!l „ A *,T iVJ 0 " 

C SL, fold the Colonist in a fele- here between the Coast laague called It quits on account of old j« mi ur n«*» et**n ««. r»i»n 

phone interview la»t night that * n d the Vancouver and District age" on Friday. * c w*"i *“» c“ ' " b * -M 

the coast league will ask the Association before the district United players snd remaining ” 7h. 

VDf'A to form a second division group formed a second division officials will hold a special e«nn co*.t t.»«iu« >h«i «it 


Th» VK1«rlt OnlU* AfWKii'lriii fno*- 
(••II *rd AtMtllr Comp*n» Lid n 


N-**ror>*r M l« J»nu,n tt 4u4 la M.« 
Malniand C»,p pi,, oil. in V*nrn.n,, 
Fri.m S#pi»n«»i#t n in M«r,n It I** l 
• • h«»» pla , #<1 IS (am*, in VUtnil* 
ill ».m., in *ii moniM'i 
II ion ln,i»l ne lha rar..# ,Unn »( 
Ibaaa alhiliilino ■•■na* I !*•*• M 
«liarn»i •• ftul in »»»,( I (mm 

•Da Vl. Ofln I'DHail Ivi ina p.ianra u | 

lha ,ra,cn 

Your* i«r? Iful». 

the uiToniA u«iT»n Aaein i ation 
FOOTBA l.L AND ATMIXT1C CVY 
Tar O fan. I*i aaldrnl I. 

* * * 

n»a Vlrmnn t'nllai AmiwUMar 
enoinnii and AiMalld 
Compani Uniitad 

March 1* IMS, 

I • a. maktiiff * pinna lor Mrucini • 


circuit on the Island. close harmony The same could 

P fthuM IIVi s/* in s ; 1 n i i IfljWiH?, ' l W!3P 1 

plan to the second division on Asked for comment, Don 
the Mainland and would be gov Cray, secretary of the Victoria 
erned by a committee of three Bn d pt*t r irt Football Asaocia- 
men not associated with any non, *fated "We received a 
club; At the end of the seavin general outline of the plan from 
the winner of fhe Island second Mr. Hendry a week ago but we 
division would play oTf with the ar e waiting to hear the full 
winner of the Mainland section details. Offhand It *eems to be 
for the right to play off wirh the good " 

first division, The news followed close on 

•'I would he willing to go s» the announcement by United 


The same could future plan* of operation. 


,r*nr»ua until turin,r nnttr* •• if,, rltr (or • «>rt«r nark to It It ,tci (he 

all (raunfl, otll li« uut (or l*r*| cup fnrtunatt (nr m* ihtt tbit mttttr bkt , . 


• season's first time Thursday. 


was his personal feeling that 


nmv «n» frou 


Asked for comment. Don piled to the Colonist by Eade Sci^wo'^rioiS* »>?•"« t-u MA^do^kW ™ ,,a i lh * »»"»" ot nJ ■iin«ta ( *n campalgir 
iray, secretary of the Victoria yesterday follow: SVffZ l*Tt VSS^^ $ Co * ch lTr '' McM,,lan 

ind District Football As»ncia> a a * L* •» 7no"« («/*,»( *n%i*loru Ho»«»*r. tn« »r • p*rx ••uis Heed Browning to ri 


f Received 23 March. 1953.) 


mil wnutH n\«n thtn «i(t*»t a«nit*t h, * # Msa • »t»tt til,,* (• th* «•»,» (|jp club during a recent trip to 

that rpuld !>• 'h# t'ttnrttnr* *» »« »»'<•«’ »••** thli runtlnurd " ... . . . „ 

<*( •(«• J*ck««t» Cup i.im tt iht Ro»«l Ubc*r i«ln(» tnrt III fmllnc «»iirri rnn the fast and JM'I Sll.ldec] I he 


waieno further information con- down, 
in had en ^rnlng the othpr players he He reporied that all had 
return to «I’Proached during ihe trip back agreed at a recent meeting to 


general outline of the plan from COPY OF TETTER FROM MR. m .h. j. k->« Cup (tint tl Iht Rtul tinctn tint ? and III lttlln« •turn 
* ... . _ . , , UOR Ai*r I PAR auttoiu Ptrk i Inuklly cropt up rt|trdtn( At 

Mr. Hendry a week ago but we HORAt E I. EAR , rr , , our lon , n4 , B n.nitn- etrk 

are u-aitina to hear the full Pacific Coast League, mem tn# mm bittndsni-* t* Ray*) Aik- Ii • »trr un(artun«U (nr .«.« 

aie wa, mg in near wir iuii * ' itt.s e»rk nl March I* »h»n V.rtmtA VlctoiU ihtt ih;« Hint, ht. 


east. 

Workouts at S. J Willis High 


stick together. 

However he added, "It Is en- 


h,#ue shifty scoring siar to accom- s 1 f ho ° I win br »"«««» lo rails tirely up io them, we are not 


Vancouver B C. 
"I have l*eeo Instructed to 
advise all dubs that the com- 
mission has ruled that there 


far as to offer the Inland group pre*ident George Eade that he will he no more exhlhltldh 
a percentage of the gates from is severing his relations with game* played In Victoria until 
Victoria United games on the the club because of restriction* further notice as all groups 


n**m m* paki •n*t<riAi',r» »• hoi, sih u • »*rr unrortutisi, (nr tnrte r m party him hack to Victoria. 

t*»l« e»rk nl Mk'Ch D »h»n V.rlen* VlCleila that ihi* il» lilnr, h«» iif»n 

DnlftH) nr* piavlnc m VinroM«*i mBfl# oy tf\r pi c Conunlii^n i« I a?ii I ACQUlAillOn O l r^OVni^on 

J*1 Thr lemi suandanre (or Victor:* *“»« *ur» ina: m *n»in«i i«o uiMmi an J Rmu-nmir Imnroves Sham- 

Ob lira in Victoria cu» >• «*» Th«»# :b* Mpulartm «( ..irccr a.>u|d ham ann niownnig improvrn na,, ‘ 

down *tll pro*» tor IhrawtrN I hr *i»atl» nriraarri tnd Hi# Intrrr.t and rocks' chances this season i(IV 
eooularitr nf l*an|ir Cua»i »ricr*r ,,m,* In-rr. ir at rnui<( r •>»<* would ha»* , . <T .. , . 

• hlch ha»» nrrn achlrtrd u**r ih» bf»n »««ur»d mea*Urflhly. Ihe pair tied 

la*l tari >»ar* b> t-ard aork and (aim On* dor* n«' aniliipat* inch a Tulin I ,i._ !«•,«„« « individual «J<nrillff 

ful aitmdanr* o( th* pitmrt *<id old- (rom t cnmrnini srair far airauur mr 11 a K u * * inui viuuni » ui mg 

rial* o( thi* club »por»» ohlrh d*pii,r, pia>n, and «p*e- championship last year. 

A* »nu aiu»l rrallrr •• o«r* daprlrad latot* (rom rnjntmrni *nd plratur* 
o( Conti Ira* ,,, *amt* in Vlelorla lir-m O KADX frr*ld»l»ti KOI. I.OW THK I.KAOEK 


theric* until the 


get* trying to hold anyone back/ 


Welcome Additions to Shamrocks 



, me acquisition 01 >evrison 

; and Brownmg improves Sham- hill *|| # I . • 

1 rocks' chance* this season Im I B'l •• I I I I fl ||* I *1 I 4% 111 

measuiahly. The pair tied for M. HIM Mill MjCMMM T t HI 

| the leagues individual scoring 

• championship last year. 1 T# • m 

TS.’STn. , Lives Victoria I cam 

players, who previously stated ( * 

their Intentions to turn out f° r VW 1 /I • u u 

^* 5 u/ p niiw. sh =!: Hockey Srnus Lead 

them was Harry Irwin, who ▼ k ' 1 n 1 

played for the Rocks last year • 

hut had switched his affiliation The best of five I’oasl Com of Merchants had to pluck the 
( whrn Bays attempted to get a mercial Hockey League cham puck from hi* net eight time*. 


franchise In the loop. plonship between Victoria and he came through with several 

Others to switch from Foul b -'* r ^ ft ale could develop into fine saves in the third period 

Bav were Bill Bamford Jim on * of ,hp most ,0,r,rt ln 'er and turned aside two ticketed 

Ransnn. Jack Re,d and Jack city competitions wen on Me- drives In the overtime period. 

Thnmmrin morial Arena lee If last night s Fred MeColl. Ke n Gunter. Con 


Thompson. 


morial Arena lee If last night's 


A total of .38 attended the Karoe was any indication of the MrBeth and Ah Taylor were 
i n ^t..air, R u.i.ran ln * n(1 lo ,ol,ow * ' Merchant*' other marksmen 


workout, Including veteran 
Norm Coates who made his The two teams, which feature while Rntlnge. and Fergia 
! firs! annearanre » wide-open style of play wild rerguson each tallied two gnats 

STll L *5(0*001 l-l«-n«y of ,•.,««! horty f--r K,-r„s,).l, 

* thrown in for good measure, Second game of the series 

Holdovers La try Booth. Bob mP , head-on at Memorial Arena will be played ai Memorial 

Monaghan and John Newton an ^ impending crash could Arena tomorrow night at 8.30 

are at present attending school heard in all parts of the pm. 


Wtorid Shamrocks' chances of making 
It three straight years as Inter-City 
I.-»(TOK.Ne league champioas improved 
greatly la*t night when several mem- 
ber* of Foul Bay club attended workout 
at S. J. Willis Junior High School. 
Here, four members of Bays are shown 


participating in running exercises 
with two Rocks. Shown are. left to 
right, Harry Irwin. Boh Long, both 
with Shamrocks last year; Bill^Bam- 
ford, Jack Reid, Jim Ran.son and Jack 
Thompson of Foul Bay. 


Stamps Even Series; 
Roya s Bounce Back 

Calgary Slampeders came Dechene. who required help 
from behind twice In the first from WHL sub-goalie Jerry Col- 
period last night snd then went nolr In the first game and then 
on to toy with a listless band missed the second because of a 
of Edmonton Flyers and whin knee Injury, came back to action 
them. 6-2. to force the best-of- last night and gave a magnifl- 
five Western Hockey League c* nt performance. He had two 
quarter final series to the limit | PftS saves than rival Bev Benb 

At Saskatoon. New West- | P y several of the Dechene 
minster Royals showed a com- stops were from point hlank 
plete reversal of form as they ran(f „. H e broke the hearts of 
defeated Saskatoon Quakers. Q u „ k er»' attackers time and 
3-1. In the third game of their aK aln. 


■AN FARE 


Bv Walt 
Dltzen 


4^.. 

rfS) ^ 


\$3 


That's our goal this year says Shamrock coach Red 
McMillan and possibilities of his dream coming true 
were further improved last night when Whitey Sever- 
son returned to Shamrock fold. Severson joins 
Archie Browning, who returned to Victoria from ea<t 
with McMillan last week, to re-form Shamrocks' 
blond bombshell combination. Shown above are, 
left to right. Browning, Severson and McMillan. — 
(Colonist photos.) 

No Game for Tv ees 

J 

—Opponents Forgot 


Col wood Pair 
Take Buttons; 
Brooches Held 


structure. 

Merchants, champion* of the v*nr«v>«»r m vi*r,,i* m,, ln(al 
Victoria CHL Jumped Into a 

one game lead in the best of »*•>" i.mrn H«r.*rt 'rriiaun f B0 '‘ 
five aerie*, by gaining a p.il- ■; „ (1 ^: 

sating 9 8 overtime decision . Ybyinr. i>"hkn Mtco.i. t**m 

{ l° m ,^^1? bef0r# more ^ , M*rrh.«. Srrmnrr 

than 1.800 delighted fans. •!•-,»> ;« j K»rrw<utr wrioni* 

Seldom have ,wo ,e,m, pul „~” r ., H "“r ,.T . * ,JK25; 
on a display of hockey which -Mrinm* Mrt^o*i> t*v*. 

featured mncentiated action in r 'ir*,nnd * V K,rriM»), ».r 
front of both goals and end t i- ,, '“ rh ' • * Vf»rh*r.i* ar*n,n*r 

end rushes that made you won- -Dnugiirriyi jj* • M»rfhivi rtum»r 


five series, by gaining a pul n „,^ ° 
sating 9 8 overtime decision] T»»i*r. 
from Wheeler* before moie "'rl]*, r 
than 1.800 delighted fans. 1 
Seldom have two teams put n^'n 


I featured mncentiated action in '’TT/iia l 1 km.imu), r 

\lc Painter and Bill MeColl front of both goals and end t i- rnrh ' • « M^rrham*. Br*mo»r 

of the Royal Colwond Golf and end rushes that made you won- -IwV'rny.” u 

Country Club captured the c.ty der how the plavers could keep * «« • u*frh**t* 

men's golf buttons Sunday by Up the pace, a* In last night's 5 '* n m*75!T 

defeating Gordie Pellow and contest. m«j p*r«i'» u», no 

Rob Wood* of I plands 4 3 At It wx smooth • skating for- •HttitnjirT*' mtmonn V*/. - *»» 'mf' r- 

Mh, Vlcnrl. l-.ol' Club. 1, ™ ,,,rri. Po„ Rr-mn,r, who pro- J'.V r '.. 

the second defense for 1 ellow vlded the paying customers bvo -M*r*»/:iii < u ir K»rriMi*i*. 

and Woods. with the hi g Rest thrill of the JffiR 0u "' #r 

Woods put the defenders one evening. The light but resilient 0»*mm* p.HAd - it M*rch»n>». 
i up on the first hole with a winger converted a pass from p. T rr » i« 
i birdie four but MeColl evened Norm Ixcree at 1.07 of a 10- ^ ‘ ^ 

things on the second with a minute overtime period to sup- ^Diiirilll || I life 
hirdte two After the third and ply the winning goal for OvUwllldll * jIIIo 
fourth were halved, Woods ond Merchants. 

Fellow again went ahead on the It climaxed a brilliant evening LT »•«*»%* r» 1 m \ A 
fifth hut Fainter and MeColl of hockey for Bremner and hK |\ | (lIlKM S I <l(l 


Sedgman Cuts 




won the nexl thiee to go two two line-mates. Toby Brown and 
SONOMA. Calif. Victoria seven walk*, hit over halier and up. On the return nine the Lacree He scored four goals. 


amer 


’s Lead 


NASHVILLE 


Types' scheduled exhibition base 11 runs. Zeh Walker look over winner* won the 11th and 14tn two in the second session when tralla's Jack Sedgman used a 

hall game with Santa Rosa and managed to get the side out. and halved Ihe rest. Merchant* skated to a 6 5 lead, brilliant volley to *tn P Frank 

Junior College was canceled He allowed only one run In the Th P winner* had a best ball Brown picked up a goal and in Kramer. 6-4. 6-4. In tlie feature 

Monday when the Santa Rosa next five Innings but weakened of 67, the loser 72. assist while lacree, beside* match of their international pro- 
coach forgot about the game in the ninth. Margaret Todd nod l >i,!,s * n 8 * or ,b,fc winning goal, fessional tour appearance here 

and hi* club failed to show up. Despite his shellacking coa. h Shirley Fry made their seventh * ddH four mor '' h * 1 P* r# t0 C iv ** M^day before 3.200 tennl* 

I ee^T.r^ e he lTt^ y the ^ P***- With defense of'the women * hrZh »"« " t0t *» 11 *~'*‘ n * c 

uJu. . ,h r* A f ^ Hodges' performance and will es hy defeating Mr* G. E Har P 0 ]?*" . Pancho .Segura of Ecuador re- 


best of seven semi final. 


Blinky Boyce, playing coach 


^ - “ss f Vo.t 

? sss. «° l s " 

and Jim Anderson got E(Illfon n J ow . movr r « New 

ton * two flrat period goals We.imln.ter for the next three i 

Fifth and deciding game of Ra !T ,P *' . _ . , r> l. 

the aerie* Is billed for Calgary I ° n Sund "y Bomber* 

Thuraday clipped Vancouver Canucka. 3 2 

to take a 2 1 lead tn their best 
KKIBEI, INJURED ft f fj ve , erlr! ,. Th,. teams meet 


Flyer.*, lost th^ir ace centre, again at Seattle tonight. 
“ ‘ 1, in \ the M 




« th f I 8 * , ( T' Lat f < * r Hodges' performance and will es hy defeating Mr*. G E Har- 

\\Tn7^::z\z - «-* r - 

Infl.ld practice un-lor lh, ll(hl, ” no ' hrr lrJ *' ,h ' ' ‘’" ,nd " cour ’»- 

V'lctorla lost its second Manny Torn.y with two 
straight exhibition tilt Sunday ^Ingles and a double in six trip* II I 
when San Francisco Lucky E>on Prle* with a triple snd 110 CKCV t 3 C 0 lCS 
Lagers pounded out a 17-13 vies ( two single* In five trips and -J 

\ tory with a 19-tilt attack. Lucky Chuck Abernathy with two A » 


Merchants held ihe territorial peatedly passed Ken McGregor 
play throughout most of the to rack up a 6 2. 6 4 victory In 
contest but Kcrrlsdale fought the opening singles match. 
* w- | back doggedly with a pair of Kramer and Segura teamed up 

I I fW*L PV SpAPAG goals In the final frame to knot to whip the Australians. 6 4. 6 2. 
HHvvIVCy OvDI vo the count. The visitors held Sedgman* victory cut 

their only lead early In the Kramer's lead to .K>23 In their 
second frame when AI Rluinger, Individual tour duel. Segura 


lagers were rhampton* ot the singles and a walk fora perfect „ * M neiv-«f.fi*s aemi. a standout for Kerrlsdale, put lead* McGregor 45-14 and the 

rt .. . — » M . _ ^ | _ fc m | # ■ . . , . . _ llriRl I*f1*» 1-0 i .... . . . _ 


Earl Reibel, ln\ the first five 
minutes of the game Reibel. 
fhe WHL'. scoring champion. 


Further game* scheduled In 
the playoffs follow: Seattle at 
Vancouver April 1 < if fifth game 


never returned after suffering of hest-of five aeries needed t; 
an injury to the base of his Saskatoon at New Westminster 
spine in a pile up along the April 2. and at New Westmln 

h™ 1 d * ster April 4 and April 6 If needed 

A combination of great goal- ! | n beat of seven series, 
tending by big Luclen Dechene *r.*TMi**irs s. saskatoon i 
and renewed vigor In the back | ctr*i p»omi - i n** w.«imm*t*r 
checking of the New Westmln * , i». rt »ifu5S ,n i it! *cnI«Ji ,l r!!, jVurrJ 
arer forwards carried the ('oast • >• u 1 **® 1 » » 
learn to Its first playoff win. i ,.i»irr*». r»ti,*ri u «i j n*w wni- 

mtnitar. M'N«fc iDurDam, 17 «1 p*n- 

»III*» Nnn* 

I? „„„| 1 I %1 •* I Ctrlod 4 , N»» W».- m m*'.*r 

vipptintf iF**h*«*» »u c»n« .. 

■ SCI , 7 \ I | | ITIl Lilli” N„n, at-,p. n*rrif„r HI 11 a.n-.r 

P 7-11-1— IA, 

Monthly meeting nf the Vic- HOXIonton t, caloart a 
(0,1, Amjtiu, B..Ph,ll I AWO.-I,. •SS'\SSSSS; 

tinn will he held Thursday night •« J* J. MmooMn. An**rvm 

*, wiui. m , Haii „ s. aii : 5:,r 

teams are requested to have » * k»i* *ai 

nr.cAnl srenn* efrtod— 8. C»I**rt.. SclU'ttl 

aeiegsres present. Hitirr, Kelly • ij- », c«i(»rr 

A further reminder has been ■»*'» 

issued by president Wally tnim ewir»a - a c»!*.r» *>*r» 
Thompson that .11 teams must 

have entries filed for the senior 7 t-»-n. h»u. «-u » i* 




Lu Branham reported to coicniua *»vio. 

imp yesterday and Ren Lorlno ■ Aonkan* '»*-V* wi'-M-tetn 



C »VW>fT , 
arc *-«rn.e»< 1 


Bay area'.* aeml pto loop last day were the leading Victoria r , r 

season. stickers. kiirt»»n«r j aioiimry i 

•Kltrhrrvtr Irad* r»»i -«(.mt»ii r*,-*m 

Ml nn%' MOUND THIN BROTH KR •*'"1 (IMI i -a. on* (»m* t(»4 I 

The game wax marked by 23 The Types have signed Nap * TT*nTra inV'i ^ « vdMy « 
base* on ball. 15 by Victoria Gulley, colored Visalia nut- 'J k ,“f' ' B,,1#n 

pitchers. Berlyn Hodge*, young ftf'ner who muid pn«« a* Gran * vmi*r# « r«(> wnium s 
Victoria hopeful, started for the n V Gladstone'* twin brother. »rn 9 »r^-”lnVi* i'*"!’ b **' r ' f ' , * y * T ' Ww1 

Tyee* hut was bothered by the Lu Branham reporied tn coi cnnia «»vio. 

muddy mound. camp yesterday and Ren Lorlno <•£* '**o*'i^*" n rir nasi i t 

He lasted until Ihe third when t» on hi* wa^ from Lo* Angele* on * *'*' ,1M ' | |INItr 
he gave up seven base hit*, and is expected In tomorrow. cxoirs err 

I here has hem no further <n»(f“i«n(i i*«d# MM-af.tft* t*mi 
• • P ,aver wnrti from Portland but 

Kporislr^t ions ! r u p n p t cti », 1hrv wl11 ^ " end * v. n . , 1W i 

* " 't-l Clllvllu Ing Dick Halhel and Frank **••■ » u*a» MM-n(.fi*« 

rr, C . , , _ I* -'"1 taping 'liriUCHKIU 

I ntol V/l ^ ,hnv * Uo * r{ popular u,n.„.i 1 Od*b*- • 

1 111(11 1*9 Jehoale Heard -*»•»-«' mn» riad im i-i » 

n ... . ... Oilawiiml l. OM,«, } 

lion Halnw right has been re- iCIiiumiibi *m, t>»,t-n(-ii *«nu 

p nr RqcpIiqII ° d * k,r *' M « h,y 

I 0l I>dSL Dell I icgni tied abort atop, and catcher a, j ... DAirfl . , ... t 

Nam Bni»*a are looking good ! M • «r n*« (im 


Wheelers ahead 3 2. Ausiirs hold 

Although young George Hall advantage. 


.36 26 double* 


MruoatAL err ■ ■ • a m r 

^^?n. , i#2S , '^ T »(*. T **ra K.e.n, I Q f I I’Ctll I t ll \ Q V 7 V 

; „ ; L(UI > Mill i ll„ iult > 

• SI flontlir, )*ad( bNi rf'mr Wttl- A Z / 

•ro arml-flaal 1 11 w W 

natTKN rnn ««nia ttNIOR W • / 7 f* I 

Join Solthall Loop 

cxi. or. a err v j 

ATr»r„«» 4 Clx rlanri I H 


y Registrations 
^ Total 24 ij 
fa For Baseball 


Victoria Senior "A" men’s ha» consistently fielded a power- 


ful club and has been further 
strengthened by player* from 
Nanaimo while Navy also ranks 
high and at the present boast* 
a five man pitching staff. 

It was doi ided that the I-adv- 


"A" league by April 1. 


SUNDAY 

*rxTTL* a. Yxvcorvra i 
nm f»rlod- So (corlni 

I Csima 1 w 


;; Hoop Tit lists 

i«» 1 

£ Frowned 

IM, • 

At Saaniehton 


Registration of Victoria minor 
hasehall playera la In full gear 
with a total of 245 city young 
*ter* signing their names jo 
forma last week. 

In the under 14 division. 162 
boy* have aigned up to date; 60 
player* have registered In the 
under 16 dlvi*lon and 23 In the 
under 21 league. 


lurpin, Himipz Signed 

l or June London Bout 


rsira* uton softball league will operate a* a f, ‘ un “no naa runner 

ttSk* u V :;, r ' M. r 4 *i.f,r. ^an*, live team »et u P thi. Aeason. It ’J lengthened by player* from 
►nnn i ii ’ Nanaimo while Navy also ranks 

«»«»«<■ «"W« WM decldrd at the *nn»ul meet h|jrh fhr pr ^ nt boasts 

] „aa 1.7, .‘ n * Sun( ‘*y- * five man pitching staff. 

fchlr^Tmi *' • ri, m 7 w>o new club* Joined the It was derided that the Ijidy- 

nnd *-» , ml * n * n " Mwl loop at the meeting and two *mlth entry would play In Vic* 
raoviMciAL xrvioK drnp[>ed out. The newcomer* tori* during ihe week, and at 

"a« ‘^.‘VmY’nnil **** and a Royal home Saturday night. 

>• Canadian Navy enlry. B.C. The league will officially open 

Forest Product* and Bluebird ^unda% May .1 when f'hine^e 
1 Caha, whlt h failed to claim Student* meet Ladysmith In an 
.^|()T||fkf| their franchise* after a year a afternoon contest at the Central 
11V BJ layoff, dropped out. Park diamond. 

_ Oth«r teams In the league are Ernie Field* was returned a* 

I HH ■ Plt/ec and Nex. Chinese Stud league president and Doug 

innilll IHOIl f en,# Butler'# AM Gent, t>erfpr known f'>r hi* too 

The two new entries are ex- cer activities, was named aerre- 


GREENSBORO. N C. I API — I Cum* 7,* 

Earl Stewart won the Green* *t>rvui». xi'*, x<m.o.»»b. un 


boro Open golf tournament "m 
M onday with a par four on the (| T 
19th hole of a sudden-death >*« 
playoff with Sam Snead. n „ a 


"-•HI#. nilDB Spraul. 11X3 p#„«;. — n K in.uuur* rmil ^ , ..... • ••- 

u ” ***•*' 10 ” _ - nn s * f urd«y night a* the^aan- llfi registration Is down from last 

<Mirkir 7ni; V.n“ri*I»r **»)!!'•* ' ,r b and Suburban Basketball A* season. 

Diet', ii xt r*n«itiM c«ao socfatlon wound up season'* However, when the youngster* 
amp* ennti* m 4r.nn.-i n play with a four came card realize that they must register 


under 21 league. LONDON (AP, Riim.k r.™ ,, ... . . P rr, *d l*> five the Senior "A" tary. Wall Summerfelf retired 

The registration tn the under mnter Jack Solomons Monday . ^ d n ° ** y what th * ,oo n one ftf ,h< * ‘ pennant as secretary because of pressing 
14 group is about equal to that announced the signing of Eng. * ppropri * ,€ * rt,on " Wn «ld be race* in ma ny ye* re. LadyemHn business, 
ot last year, Wally Thompson. | tn d , Randy Tu r ;> I n And bu ' ,hf J° ,n ‘ h 0 * 171 Wm W -ym sv sgpr *ygm -*_- 

president of the Mctorla Ama France'* Charles Hume/, /or a determined to have a United ^ ^ 

,r;:r si r- , .. I hockey playoffs j 


J "Fowchamplons^CToumed *eur Baseball Association, re -world ' middleweight tute f,g h t State, champion 
• at Saaniehton Agriculture Hall ported yesterday, hut the tinder i rt ndon lun» o k„i 

* on Saturday night as the^aan- 1« registration Is down from last received no support from Amer , W !!, h ’ rurp,n ,,nd H u m 0 * 
•• if,. a n Emm,. ( I ■ ii m Amef- ginned the nrosnects are much 


EmprcssT mi rna men l 
Attracts 229 Entries 


social ion wound up season* noweyrr. worn me youngsters -European title xe*. world title 
play with a four game card. realize that they must register nA * „ lri Rnh rhr ,„r n he rrv 

Saaniehton Copley Rros. won '". 07d * r *[* pl * y *“[* rhalrman of the New York State 

the senior "C mens title by ^ '* cp *T t \ f i U,nf nf Athletic Commission who also 

trimming Sooke. 67 58. to take ul * Jlf" 1 "*; "aid he-isrio a joint board made up 

the two-game, total point series 11 R t5 W J con, ] n ‘ 1 f ( or of himself and two National 


. S'uueo' irnm omer- ,|g nr d. the prospects are much 
i.*n boxing commlxtons. brighter that Olson and Young 

European tl.le yes. world title w|| , fl8hf M ollf ln M-y or j un< . 


hy seven points. a 

Two MrMorran team* walked street 
home with league crowns, Mr- 
Morran juvenile girl* whipped 
Saaniehton. 32 26. to take their 


head* a Joint hoard made up 
of hlm«e|f and two National 


l Solomons hasn t vet received 


"Die International Boxing Club 
hopes to stage Ihe bout In New 
York. 

In San Francisco, Olson rom 
menled: "As far a« I ran see. 
if* a good thing. It bring* It 
to a head. Young wanted to 
fight Turpin right away. But 


... ] final by rtx points white the Goverdale Trip S E. J. (Text Waltham, secre- r "* , ' Kr y w ' ,n mr - me winner 

Officials have received 229 en-’ dominate the field. Of the total juvenile boys' team defeated w ^ » tarv of the BBC. ^ald Solomon.*' W ‘L' f ‘ Rh V h# Kuro ^ J, " ch * m P, 

tries *o far for the 29th annual,^" are only 22 local men and Saaniehton. 5929. to win the It lilfl ( 'ICTp I pom ••PpUcation for the fight had A London source x.ld he felt 

Empress golf tournament to he * Vk-torla women entered. series by 21 points. IMdllCI I "rtm been received He said the board }* Mi , , h / 

staged this year at the Victoria toH^p^elx^oTn^r^o^far Vre r In , op *r r ' ULOVTIRDALE — Cumberland ^ ou,d Ji open wten Ray Robinson re 

and Royal Colwood golf clubs Rll] MeColl and Vic Fainter of K Bros ' do ^' nrd dropped a two-game, total point jjj® 1 ' con ld ,rld tired, would be settled at a 

the week Of April 13. Ihe ^o^ Hnb and HtroM *1^ ,h f *•“**" ^* r,a «* <he coast senior "B" May 3 meeting In Pari* of the 

This total I* expected to rise Husband. Colin Hart. Richard r nwn **> M men* basketball champlonahlp SEFK t 3. CH AMFION head* of the leading boxing 

to a near record 250 by the time Clay. Bill Beasley and Don " jhere over the week wd. losing ^ Ynrlv Chrlstenberry commission* 

of the tournament Campbell of the Victoria n^if SOFTBALL WORKOUT to Ooverdale 121 111 said;- *We expA-t that Paddy Turpin, former world'* middle 


approval of Ihe 1.5-rounder a* 1, " ‘ 0 ’’ rR "• mpn 

a "world" title bout from the Bght Turpm right away But 

British Boxing Board of Control. h "! !° Rn ,h 2T URh w,,h 


v HOCKEY PLAYOFFS ] 

F WEDNESDAY, 8.30 p.m.. Memorial Arena “ 

W Kcrrlsdale (Wheelers) vs, Victoria (Merchants) 4 

► 2nd GAME Ol BEJ4T OF F1VE BERIFH FY)R PACIFIC A 
(OAST tOMMEHClAL HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP ^ 

► Admission VW- nod 6.V <Tax Ifldtldad) A 

Arena Ho* OtflCV Op#IW TIO P M 

NEXT GAME JKIDAY — P.M. ^ 


E. J. tTexi Waltham, secre- 
tary of the BBC. said Solomons’ 


his fight with me. The winner 
will fight the European champ." 

A London *oup*e said he felt 
sure that fhe question of the 


^« 0 anter"o ,n far alw’ ,h * open * r ’ Sj '*n ,r htnn| CLOVERDALE — Cumberland l* h <Wil , d , d ^ clf1r , Wh rl^ l>r . ‘I one^f when' ^ rT^' R^ blM^i = 
md Vic pamter ..f Bra*, dow-ned Sooke. dropped a two game, total point ?5 conalderr<1 * wor,d tired, would be settled at a = 

duh.andH.roM May 3 meeting In Par,.* of the = 


This total Is expected to rise Husband. Colin Hart. Richard ' v iinrn. wiaeiNH cnampaminipi™ head* of th# leading boxing— ot«.rH«* f mcuMOU = 

to a near-record 250 bv the time Clav Rill Rea«i#v md n.- — °'‘ rr f he week end. losing In New York. Chrlatenberry commissions — — 

of the tournament. CampbeU of the Victoria Golf SOFTBALL WORKOUT 121 11 . !f ,d %%> Th * f , P * ddy Turpin, former world** middle = C,AMF T1MK * r M - 0 ROYAL ATHLETIC PARK _ 

The entrant* do not Include Club. rhln ^ , |Uf|(>ntjt . r .... ™* m Is, * nd . 2 ua k f ’."T" ^ °t^n wlU meet wrigM champion, c u r re n 1 1 y = APRIL 1 - VK. VICTORIA BKPB = 

latt year* a men* or women. The women* u.t fmm vi- Student*, senior A first game, 62 *4. but dropped for the American championship holds the British, British Empire = APRIL 4 — VA B.C REFS = 

F WTLl n f .nriT 4.^2 m1 v T ^ * nd ^ n,or R *° rth " 11 contest. 67-49. We would like' the winner to sod European 180-pound cham = = 

AaZliJnd Mr^V^pStetel Sf Mrl^ A ■w 10 ?* J Wk<ll,t ,o 2 Cloverdale now travel* to fight the Humez Turpin winner ptertahlp* His European now n = General Admission = 

the pn-. 4 1 Colwood Golf and n Me am* Mrs^P RhvxJnne* ^ en,ral P ,rk - Sund *V- •' inVl Kamloops on Friday lom^t the for Ihe world champjonshlp. If will be at stake against Humez. = Choice of Grandstand •» on = 

Mrs (' H Ifaurfi st ... ^ A *** * player* Interior champion, in »he fir«t *«nt an aggre««i\» fighter • • e — jvbefa at T>e« Baaehall Booth EATON*® ft porta Dent ~ 

Out of rown entries acal- Frlck.oa' ” * ^ MrB ' • nd other * ‘"terested *re game of a British Columbia to fight each other we wUl take held the European welterweight = ' = 

Outoftown entries .gal,, Erickson. llnvlt ^ l0 atlend . .semi-final Mm. appropriate action" |Utte. , l!lllllll!l!l!llll!l!l I! IIIIIW 


RUGBY 

QUEENS UNIVERSITY 
BELFAST, IRELAND 


=E GAME TIME I PM. • ROYAL ATHLETIC PARR = 
APRIL 1 — Vft. VICTORIA REm r 

A PR 11. 4 — Vft. B.C. BEPB = 


General Admission 

Choice of Grandstand 


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you'll keep heal (root c-^p.ni rl.mio-ie roao» dmfti mo 4 
grncrally make your home more uwloruM* at Wu coal 
wh-it more, you r» 'ear round comfort because SfwaMi 
keep* your home up to IV cooler on hot too Java Get ike facta 
on J M Spinier Inrulatioa and t«im the comfort vou iSe*crv« 


Kainiers Rule Choice Seattle Ate 

To Win PCL Pennant Captures 


Fsquimalt XI 
Knocks Scots 


LOS ANGELES -API n.e 

Par-|fir Const league begin* a 
most significant w-.-on today, 
Its Initial lent under an op»-n 
classification" status that ja .s 
• he major league dra/l. the op 
lion nile and working Agr**e- 
ments with teams of oilier 
leagues. 

The league has won recogni- 
tion of Its status hetwern major 

^^Ht^t^'HTnTiivetdsUuT 
on ha own feet from today or. 
league president Clarence A. 
Rowland forecasts a dose, well- 
balanced pennant flglit 

Seattle, Oakland and the de 
fending champion, Hollywood, 
afipear on paper to he the *h,re 

Booster Club 
Returns 
Frank Ireland 

Frank Ireland was elected 
president of the Victoria Raie- 
hall Hook ter Club for the third 
an aight year at the club's an- 
nual meeting Sunday night. 

Charlie Lewi* was elected 
fir -t vice president Ted Rev- 
nolds, second vice president arid 
Kd Karey. third vice-president. 
Miss tola Gordon was returned 
as secretary and I^aurle Wallace 
will continue a« treasurer. 

Fleeted to the executive for 
the first time were Hen Hay- 
ward and Joe Richards 

Membership fee for the com- 
ing season was set at 50 rents 
and several other items of busi- 
ness were discussed before a 
fair turnout. A detailed outline 
or* the opening day ticket sale 
drive W'i « given bv Farey and 
received full approval from the 

gathering. 

Soccer Crown 
Captured 
By Mic Maes 

A goal hv Boh Jay midway 
through ihe second overtime 
period gave Mic Mac* a 1-0 vic- 
tory over Eagle* Saturday and 
earned them the Lower island 
Division HI juvenile soccer 
championship. - 

Eagles won the Division V 
title by thumping Shepherds 
Dairy. 5-1. Glenn Rnbhins paced 
the winners with a pair of goals 
and Ihe others were tallied by 
Tommie Resfell. Barry Waters 
and Ed Mrfldonn. Ruddy Easter 
scored for the losers. 

On Sunday, Victoria Combine* 
downed Victoria College Vlk 1 
Ings, 7/). In a Junior league 
gatne. Sidney Teen Town e«lged 
Harris Cycles, 1-0. in a DM- 
•ion I encounter, and Eagles 
beat Canadian Scottish In a 
Division II game. In an exhibi- 
tion tilt. Eagles of Division I 
played in a 2 2 draw with 
Ganges Harbor High School. 

Fleming Wins 
Medal T ourney 

Rob Fleming toured Ihe 
tihky Victoria Golf t*h»b lay- 
out in par fi*> to win 'the net 
ond half of the monthly medal 
competition Sunday with a 51- 
hole total of 211. 

Fleming pul together rounds 
of 75 and 67 at Gorge Vale 
and Uplands, respectively. In 
previous medal competitions 
and 111 * toral equaled par for 
Ihe three courses Jim Robert- 
son won the first half earlier 
In the season. 

Hugh Morrison wo second 
Sunday with 70. Dr. Bigelow 
took low net honor* with 67 
and Walter Newmmhe wa« 
runnei up with a 68. 


top reams, but not necessarily 
.in that order. 

BEST INKIM.lt 

Seattle, under Bill Sweeney, 
*eem* loaded with talent. Sw.o- 
ney recently acquired Gordon 
Cold.«berry from the St. Louis 
Browns for first base, and will 
ha vp Artie Wilaon at second. 
Men ill Combs at abort and I eo 
Thomas at third. 

■ nt.ii m\wk ufi ii jUui iij 
beat iidu-iil in I lie league, sod 
with George Schmees, Walt 
Judnlrh, Clarence Mad Jem, 
Jack Tobin and others In the 
outfield, good pitching and a 
strong bench, the Rainier* are 
«et to make a determined fight 
for tiie flag. 

Hollywood will mis* Carlo* 
Bernier, outstanding base stealer 
and outfielder; pitcher Johnny 
Lindell, short stop Dirk Coif and 
catcher Mike Sandlork. who 
were taken along to Pittsburgh 
by manager Fred Haney. The 
k»s.s of Haney to the Piiaies j* 
no small one. hut the new Star 
bos*. Bnbhv Htagari. i« highly 
regarded, ft's certain though, 
that he cant better Haney* 
1952 performance. 

TWO WEAKNESSES 

Oakland need* a first base 
man and a raicher. and if owner 
Brick Law* gel* them and he 
has become the league* David 
Haiu m the Oaks will he a dis- 
tinct threat. 

Portland San Diego. San 
Francisco. Lo* Angeles and Sac- 
ramento do not shape up as pen 
nant possibilities, although Port- 
land has potentialities that Clay 
Hopper will develop lo Hie full 
e*t 

Today’* game* and ihe prob 
able batterlex; 

Hollywood 'Red Monger and 
Mel Queen > at San Diego i Boh 
Kerrigan and Hill Thomason I. 
day and night doubieheader. 

Portland tRed Adam* or 
Larry Ward) vs. Lo* Angeles 
i Eddie Chandler), night game. 

Seattle (Steve Nagy » at Oak 
land < A I Get tel », night game. 

San Francisco (Smokey Sing 
letoni at Sacramento (Marino 
Pieirettll, day game. 


Satie (tii ban Lai, v t.C 

t-«*a« r M«««a it. i vsz 


Hniins. Hawks in Overtime Wins 


Squash Frown To Basement //,.„/* // (>M 


Ted Clarke of Seattle, ranked 
among the top 10 *qua*h play- 
er* In Ihe United Slates, rap 
luted the “A" division of the 
Pacific Northwest squash 
championships Sunday at the 
Broughton Street court*. 

Clarke, needed first in the 


sow T«»r aiaso 

op w l t or oa n» 

Vlnmu Wr« It 7 0 4 IS 1SX> 


Vtroirts «»K 
Civil Mrvica 

All* liK< • 

II' • It# ! • 

f ( 


IS-S, 15-13. 15-12. in the final. 

Jim Mackin of Vancouver 
took the ,, B" division rhampum- 
•dilp bv downing Ed Oudewill 
of Vancouver. 15 7, 15-12, IMS, 
15 8. in tiie flrat all-Canadian 
final In the tournament'* hi* 
lory. 

"C" division title went to 
BUI Shannon of Vancouver, 
who . defeated Mel Paget nf 
RCN. Victoria. 158 17 16. 15-13 
He was the only Victoria player 
to reach a final. 

Don Hall of Seattle won Ihe 
veteran*’ division by defeating 
Ed Kemble of Vancouver. 15-11. 
15-11. 15-18. 1511. 

All winner* and runner* up 
were presented with trophies at 
conclusion of play. 

Biggest upset in the eypnt 
came with Giidewill'a victory 
over Oreesory Stout In a semi- 
final match of the "R" divi- 
sion Stout was a California 
State chamoion and Pacific 
Coa«t tltleholder. 

Motives run Golf 

Mis* a Cosgrove captured 
the Hodges Trophy competition 
at the Gorge Vale Golf Club 
Sunday bv firing a 36-hole wore 

of net J51. 

Mr«. H. Klrkharn won the 
first IN with a net 77 and Ml** 

I Stor k posted an identical wore 
in take the second round honor*. 
Mr«. R. Paterson was low graft* 
winner with a 36-hole total 
of 1H6. 

No one In Norway or Sweden 
may cut tree*, even mi his own 
land, without a forest super- 
visor'* permit. 


Cmidiu B.oi* 14 I I I 17 11 7 

Esquimau climbed over Ca 
nadlan Scottish into fifth pa Ice 
In the Victoria and District 

blanking the Scuta 3-0 at I lev- 
wood Avenue. 

The game featured end-loet d 
play with both net minders see- 
ing plenty of action. However, 
Scottish was weak in front of 
the Esquimalt goal. 

Charlie Constable paced tiie 
winner* with a pair of gonla 
and Gordie Duncan added the 
other. 

1 V Softball 
Start Set 
For Mid-April 

Softball in Victoria i* appar 
ently swinging into full stride 
with die srniui B' league lay 
ing plans for a bumper Teason 
which will commence midway 
through April. 

Esquimalt Athletic Associa- 
tion. Esquimau Merchants. Joe 
Foster*. Tttlicums, Sidney arid 
the Catholic Youth Organiza- 
tion all have signified their in- 
tentions of entering the league 
and there is every ponxihility 
tliat Chinese Student* will also 
enter a team. 

Army, which won the league 
last season Timkeneers and 
BC. Forest Product* will not 
operate this season. 

Entry deadline for teams has 
been »et for April 9. A general 
meeting at which represent- 
ative* from each club are asked 
lo attend to pay entrance f^*eg 
will be held on Ihe same day 


BY SAM KNEAD 

If you swing so that your left 
shoulder just about touche* 
your chin on the harkswing and 
the right shoulder Just about 


Can. 

ON TV* D»M,. 


Cleveland, Detroit Lead 

have Just established a record 

j « f: 5 II 1 ■ by winning their fifth straight 

Heavy llome-Run Attack 

, ago yesterday bv beating 

Major league teams went m^J*™™**^^*""** Toronto Maple Leaf. 10 in 
home run happy in spring ana wtuu * the deriding game of the best- 

training exhibition baseball "•* o| V.rs IB, “!>’»»« « '»i of five aerie*. Wings won Ihe 
game* yesterday with a total s..i». Huo .4 K,nn.,u >i> . D n league title again in Ift.'Ui, 
of 17 round trippers being "»■■• Or«n.. s 1937 and IMS before starting 

rlouied. m*«# "*CT#.»isnd -A. Boon, j, .i.< ,hr,r present string In the 

Four homers including a ,n ' 1 i ' h E *" r ' »•» Miinhrii oh u*» 1943-49 season, 

grand slam by Owen friend, rhiuafipais .a* m mi m- 4 ii i 

drove in all Detroit runs as ,he ^ s.^V" “sri \«l The Pjikimo term for the 

Tiger* whipped New York , small boat ' kayak ' is common 

5 ankers, 9-5. Matt Balts, Walt to all dialect* from Greenland 

Dropn ami Frank Carswell were Sl .•*» . m *m mi i V » •« Alaska 

the other Tiger home-run hitter*. * 8 *" , * nt » *urs»*» «wii cisr* - 

„ .. .. * . , . . . '7». Crisis a ••• an* O «»rs 

Kay N jrnrOlljJn tOOK most OI Homer emisdrljihis. Xnan |si . 0 r,« | A# I Me 

the pounding in a »lx -inning sr' uou,. ,a» ... 00 c w 1 « 0 LUjIHw 

'■tint and reliefer Boh Ku/ava Ch'rs«o s, ioi sn v 10 1 ... In ~ 

was on the mound in the seventh «j, a YOUR HAIR ; 

when Carswell, » 33 year-old c *' lr s« , >- "idmhstt* im o-.r* 


touche* the chin 011 the down- 
swing. you'll be doing all right 
with a very imporiarii part of 
your stroke. If you rotate your 
shoulder* in Hits manner you 
will find that it Is much easier 
to use your arms and hand* 
properly In hitting. It you make 
ion much use of the body and 
i‘»o Utile of tiie hands and arms 
jn your swing, you’ll natutallv 
make hard work nut of a game 
which should hr* easy and 
rhythmic. An added salue of 
tliat rather upward ihru“t of 
tlw left shoulder in the down 
swing is tliat it tend* to 
straighten up Hie whole left side 
from Rhoulderpnint to toe, thus 
providing a powerful hitting 
leverage. 

<era<Mtsd III) J«bu f (hilt Co i 

City Bantams 
No Match 
For Kerries 

Kerri *dale raptured the Pa 
dfic Coast bantam hockey 
championship in Vancouver 
over the week end by swamp 
ing Victoria bantams. 23 1 , in 
a two game, total point series 
at Vancouver. 

The Mainland squad blanked 
Victoria, 13D, on Saturday and 
left little doubt as to its super- 
iority on Sunday by trouncing 
ihe Victoria team. 121. 

Dave Lansdell scored Vic- 
toria’* single counter while top 
Kerrie scorers were Boh Hazel 
dine with eight goals and six 
assists and Don Martin with 
five goals and six assist* 

Glenlyon Boxitt" 

Annual display nf gymnastics 
and boxing was held by Glen- 
lyon School boys at SI. Mary’s 
Hall. Oak Hay, recently with 
John Reid capturing the senior 
division Jones Cup and Murray 
Peglar taking the Dalton Trophy 
for the top Junior boxer 
under 12. 


Lynn Patrick * hard try ing 
third placer*, barhe. ued with 
di*-mal regularity all season by 
the (ormidahle Detrnit Red 
Wings, confounded the expert* 
Sunday by whipping the Na- 
tional Hockey League rham 
pion*. 2-1, In overtime 10 lead 
by a similar margin in their 
best -nf seven Stanley Cup semi- 
final. 

It wa« underdogs' night 
Chicago Black Hawk* defeated 
Montreal Canadiens. 2 1. also in 

In three trie* in Ihe olhet semi- 
final bracket. 

ENDS GOAL FAMINE 

The climax in the Detroit- 
Boston game was provided by 
Jack Mclnytre who hadn't 
scored a goal in his last 20 
game-.. 

The convened defenseman 
snaied Dave Creighton* pa—--, 
and picked the cornet of the 
Detroit net at 12.29 In tiie over- 
time period to hreak up the 
game 

Boston's fir*' hreak 1 ante In 
the opening jieriod when Eddie 
Sand ford took a perfect pa** 
from defenseman Rill Quacken- 
l»uah and drove one waist -high* 
past wing goalie Terry Sawchuk. 

Little Tony Leswick- tied it 
up in the Kerond frame on a 
backboard relay from Mated 
Bonin. 

Boston goalie Sugar Jim 
Henry, backed by a willing 
defense, then turned aside De- 
troit's best drives until McIntyre 
went into his act. The Bruin 
backstop handled 44 »hot* to 
32 for Sawchuk. 

DEWSBURY HERO 

At Chicago, the hero was de 
fenseman Al Dewsbury, who ,-a-t 
up the tying goal and scored 
the winner himself after Cana- 
dlen* had reversed the pattern 
of the two previous games by 
taking an early lead. 

Berme Geoff non scored for 
Montreal in the second period, 
fooling Al Rollins with a slow 
shot instead or his usual boom- 
ing drive. Less than two min- 
utes before rrgular time ten 
out. Bill Mosienko took a te- 
lay from Dewsbury- and Vic 
Lynn to sink Ihe lying gunl. 

Acliun resumes tonight in 


both semi linal hr irke** with 
the ing* at Boston and Ca 
nadiens at Chicago 
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iin> w *rnruU|{n ioor mo*i oi ticuner PbiisdriaXis. inm i*t . on , > Aeiye 

e pounding in a six Inning , A. lw , , 0 lUJlflw 

int and reliefer Boh Ku/avi Ch s 8 o n, >01 si i mi v to i *% 

19 mound in ihe seventh n»'sZT**rt»ucT «iii YOUR HAIR • 

hen Carswell, » 33-year-old 7 ,"" m ' r * *s*"U*s*t* tur* . 

rookie, homered with a runner cni--»io • a . no 001 u* 11 n t DO THIS ! 

■IPMO’AUI (1MNM l (4 ■■■■ws 

anoaro. _ a# »•»•■. n..r - an s a wn UA _ . . , ... 

Cleveland gained its fifth £*?*:■• 'f * *>**"• ‘"t u.*nsr Stag worrsiag Ab-ut fiMlar 

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winner* collecting 15 hit*, in- •“ ,1 »'»»•*■. wu.«« <n* here in Canada 1 Thousand! in 

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Faster and Doug Hansen chip- <tni • i • M 

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Brooklyn Dodgers registered 
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, ,-i« Billy I^oes and Glenn Mlckens 
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Neither pitrher lia* allowed an 
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10 Pailll dolonill! VlctBiia. 1 C., Tbm . Marcli 31. 1933 


NOTHING DOtN, 


PONT K NAJVE , CA*VK3.„ 
:'M 6CN6 TO MAkE * STf* 
Jl'LCT TV* l*MP*»€Sr A 
sputter * ^ 

TWiS TACKY V' ..j^C 
tcmv y >•*- 
BEFORE fM Y-r-^ 
TNS006W y ' 1 
WITH ME S / J L , - 


AND ALL »£CAU5£ T%1 \ 
CJOT TO STjpY COR A I 
5rue o atm lvam on y 
TmE VOCN N3 
AFTER TME ) AfPjj I 

PANCf ... / InfS 


YOU 6CW* TO 
LET HER 6£T 
WAV WITH 

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^ >OU ACCEPTOR . 6IMON 

mv mv tte TO TW£ s»»R Nfi \ LE6REE - 
TORMAL.. WWY TWE SuPFf 1/ THAT S so 

- ■ ON i*b’EIT JllUfT 

■ #PCvl TO PL ' *P ) -r . >. r or r 
I fiT'l me ? /the a rcs- 
II- ^ „S ,-*fA .AS 1 CAS • 

T. v r y^Y> 


MEANWHILE* -rOOP.ftlO 
AoAV <N A DBl<4 6TOP.L 


MEv: V.AVBL VOJ MEAN GWENDOLYN 

THAJCTON’' • ME WAiNT A DOCTOR. 
BACfc IN MB -WHEN 1 HANDLED 


•■OU LOOK SAD. 


SOMETHING ABOUT 7M.S 03.6* 
DOLVN THACKE«V,O0£F JONL‘ 

5HL PROBABLY HA 

ji sooow "h the uNivcfcjrry 


MBS. WORT* ;'7DA10MOwr 
WlIUVL.TRL fOOi DOLZ S Ay, 
TODAY (TZEtf'S TOO LATE , THE 
K • L/V/D YESTERDAY 


rrfp> r* 


LEA^TW^ *>t*y ts a wep~ 

Hfc 5> CALLd* Ak? A SWAILfR 
TAILED CliMBtRRUND Mf 

AO AlWT HARPLV ABW ATALL 

S ' 7 &Y JlNG , IP *C 

SW* / F*OGS HAD 

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YOU Ou&HT TO 
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AN’ W0M OUT *50 

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OF TW5 CIRCLE iS Th£ 
PLACE I WANT. Twe « 
Us£ CUTS THROUGH ' 
6 POTTO ISLAND AND < 
CASTLE KEY. 1 
MAYBE W£ C£ - — 
6ETTIN& J J 
SOMEPLACE! / > 


I he Daily Cross-W ord Puzzle 


hlvjs note: a knowledge of 
Character analysis can be 

OP GREAT VAlUE TO A MAN IN 
SELECTING A WiFi The hand, 
TOR EVAMPLE HjRN'SMtS MANY 
CLUES TO A PERSONS CHaPacTER 


OMIGOSM* 

rs ftMT 
‘WHAT NCaJVE 
WEN DOING 
UP IN 1UE , 
E>CW ALL ) 


i did nr 

J CAUGHT c»4 

A fiving 

[ FISH'/ / 


THE LAST BLOW 

The Mnrrh Wlnrt rrf*s^ 
It was sulking an«l growling in 
« corner of the trees *n«l hushei 
Im Wondlflnd near Die Orange 
Ire NJniinialn where I’nrle Wig 
cily lived in his hollow siumf- 
hungalow. 

“Burr rr rrr! finer rr rrrr 
Goo * no no - on! 1 ' grow led | hi 
Mari h w-lnd. blowing Its role 
bieatli against a sassafras bti**h 
and making the poor bua! 
ahlve^ and >!iake "Burr rrr 1 
(Birr rrr r! <;.• Zlok.i’ f'.i 
Zooka"' howled I he M'lreti wind 


strong , 


CN*T wa.st 
r MOM6V, 

»A«J . ^ 


THAT REPORT ON ShClA TL»^« 
A\P AAR j 15 Ct«Cl/M?-AN-rA^ 
DR MORGAN. .. Be/ T "»<E R£ N. 
S«OC<eR 15 Ik TV.8 f.p A 
ANA.vs 5 OF SARj'S'WARMcASS 
H*R»_MBPlC-Nt y 


AS 500N A5 TK« iM5,,RskC4 
COVOANB5 PAY OFF weu. 
BC’M 6€' CL" OF TOWS. 
BABV..,BUT ^OT BEFORE.' 1 


ght to be ashamed of ai 
said the April l *' 
"Bui I suppose you • {J 
hlowmg anv more t*i 
n help r. lining. But ,'J * 
me nh e ihing .You *' 
Around after lomor- , u *' 


a hole m the ground wlierr • on i 
on»e lived < Grandpa Snoozum than 
lh® groundhog gentleman there 
“Whatever »• the mailer, North won i 

fl 

"Burr' Boo 1 Zoo'" howled 
the Mareh Wind. "Who are you l> 
lo be asking me question* 
are you?" 

“ 1 am an April Shower," 1 
w’»s the anawer In a gentle f 
drippy, drnppy sort of voice. I* 

“1 am Jtist an April Shower." 

"What are you doing here?' 
growled ihe Man h Wind. 

"I am walling for you to go ^ 
away," was the reply. "Then ^ 

I am going to move In and lake ^ 
>«ur plaee And you had betirr 
hurry. You have only one more ^ 
day after loday, you know. 

March Wind." 

“Yes, I know," was the » ross 
answer. “Our mote day! It is 
little enough lime for what I 
have to .in before I blow myself 
out and awav and make room « 
for you. April Shower. I.llilr | 
enough lime* Burr! Zippy! t 


"Then I am going lo gel in a 
!««!. hig blow l>efore I go away." 
Who 'growled the Mareh Wind "I 
im going out now and look for 
tnrir Wlgglly And when I 
Ind him 1 will blow him away. 
Vhoopee Zoople! Zapple’" 


HC HAD PWWS Wit WAS A BIG TRET 
TWELVE INCHES \ THE FiRST BRAea?w 
WiOE*-I RAN ) WAS ABOUT TMlOTV 
FOR MV LIFE ( FEET FROM T HC f 
FOP A TREE/ J V GROUND / ^ 


NO, NOT GOING UP • 
BUT r CAU6HT IT 
COMING DOWN f ( 


ONCE IN TME WOODS 
A GREAT Rmj BEAR 
CHASED ME ' HE WA 9 
AT LEAST TEN FEET 
S.TALL' rv 


WHAT 
<?HA 
DO ^ 


Tor Tuesday, Maivh m , 1RV1. tloua where friendship* and 
Today'* quotation "He that finances meige 
u*hed the March Wind re|>enieih a matter separateth Her 2^ to .Ian, 1* iCapth 
it hlow. every' friend" Proverb* 17:9. roml — Defer pleasurra; put 

a wild ehap a* he 1*’" Tueatlay for everyone Be obligations flr*t Keep out of 
1 April Shower. "1 ronaclentloua In the fulflllmeni diff.ruUh-s with eldera and 
hlng happens to I'nr'.e (,j regular tasks, duties, and hlghrr-upa 

hui you never tan tell , p a p«,n*|bill|le«. Be urtfol in - 1 " 0 *0 K'eh |R «Aquarlti«i 

mat get ready a lot of M «M-lal dealings T setose yn\ir aenae of di*. 

:»a for I lake over on {jmk f||f ><M|| bkr1h<Ulr * W | I" transit, plan., re- 


Mat. h 21 to April 19 ^A.iea Kmplt.y some long standing 
Ke,h.,k before m,|. ,M, or 4#infjl( f rrg , (|jM# 

fhaitges move* Kmploy addr.l mutual moneta,, quratlona 
gtarlouaness, sympathy. budget 

April 20 io May Sfh ‘Tauniai Plafuung ahead liood for 
CTirumvrnl dlarord in Iran entertaining aorlahlllty. rtr.: 
sari ions with <he 'fair se*" nr April 5. 9, II, 15, |R 2), 
puhlii by helng dutiful, ralrn . _ 

May 21 |n .lone jf) iGemlni* Hrrllfl MuYOT 

Make sure that any revision I’l-LL. ||r t' 

In sentiment* I* W'ell ground<>d ■ IfllShPS I OIIT 

Take no rhanres esperiaily te \rvv YORK iAP» Mayor 
love or money Krn*t Beufer of West Berlin 

June 21 to July 22 K an n i Sunday wound up a tour of the 
Watrh development* in vour l otted State* during whlrh he 
family '.ei a ihangr of scent*, helped to raise $575 000 | n ra „ h 
July 2.1 lo Aug 22 l Lev! - " nrt pledges refugees from 
T r\ to ease stresses or fri | :*lon. * r,, rimtini*t-domloaied land*. 
I %r rate rrt route Be estra * n additional 1100.000 | n 

tactful In community doings pledges „f forwt, medicine and 
Aug 21 lo Sept. 22 < Virgin— 'h'thlng um received. 

Ad)u*t the hudgei, effe* 1 *av 

ing* Be piiHlerit alsoul cash Queetl Victoria* EMamond 
outlay* fut recreation, dear .ftihilee m |H97 waa observed 

with firework* display* through- 
l out the Hrltlah Empire on an 
a f unprecedented a.ale Fireworks 
of *ent from Ivwtlon to Blantyre, 
Ny»*aland < Southeast Africa'. 
10) traveled through wllderneiu Vtf) 
rr mU*» from the mouth of tha 
ik* Zambezi River by rart. ran**®. 
•* and on the head* of porter* 10 
22 to Dee 21 (Saglt* he fired on the *rheduled nlghf 
keep congenial doing before « huge crowd of astound 

In the barhground but be cau- ed trlheamen. 


FATV-C p yx» I S-* 
KNOW rMAT La IF 
DPE^SI If TV 
W-V4TFO? ' 
WELL. [ BCUGMT 
IT? t 


YtS FOt? PETES 
SAKE DON T p- 

w*>t ycxjp fyt 
7 MOTVCP' J ' 


etANwuiiE r*t-E 


§Virt 

(KkNO TO COME 
KCWt, MV5. T 

. »Eu50 ul J' 


mething huftfK' 
iu about It tort 


If the umbrella doesn’t blew 
Inside out and show lit rtbs to 
1 be Irleyialon. ’ onra. 

, *« ra* a. 1 at*«r»M in# ^P' 23 to 0(1 22 (Libra) 

— Attend to routine prr*on4l 1 

Salad* are Juat a* good and fair*, contact* Steer clear 
even more ner*»ss*ry m winter upset*, com pi Ira lions 
fh*n In vimtTirr, *lnce there is rVt 
a ahoriage of fresh fruits dur Re*t< 
ing the mid weather. PIxpert- work f 
menting w-ith vartnua root \eg alone 
etahles aurh a* turnip finely Nnv, 
grated, will add variety to a farruat 


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Federal-Provincial Tax Deals 


\t Saanich Council Mcclinp 


"1 flailtj Colonist v * c,ori * 8 c Tu ** 1953 11 


Most Important Sa VS (Parson Petition Mishandling Charged Humber Warehouse Entered, 

f J Mishandling of a petitl m a* hr nought reason* for the The (nmmiM-inn believed ihr I » I /"''I? . II 1 1 


HAM IOTA. Man. (CPt Jug 
lire Minister G.irtton said Mon- 
day night "nothing Is more lm- 


r 


, COLGATE ( 

Hpanr v/ntir kroa+L 


poriant'' than that federal pro 
vinn.il taxation agreement* 
should he ‘ j**rpet uated " 

lie made the statement in a 
sfW**'*’h prepared for delivery to 
the lUmiota and District Cham 
her of Commerce and the agri 
cultural society. Hamlnta Is 


to enable the federal govern- 
ment to invade the ronxtitu 
ttonal Juri'dicttnn* of the prov- 
inces. In fact, the purpose la the 
very opposite, namely, to make 
Sure that every province has 
sufficient financial resources to 
carry out fully the functions 
allotted to it by the ronstitu 


Mishandling of a pet|ti>n 
opposing a rezonlng application 
was claimed before San men 
council last night. 

C. S. Hyland, who made ap 
plication for rezoning of the 
northeast corner of Weal) and 
Halibut-ton Roads for commer- 
cial purposes, made the claim 


as he sought reasons for the 
rejection and headed a ilelega 
non in support of his request 

"A certain gentleman, whose 
name appears on the opposition 
petition told me that he never 
knew of an opposition petition 
and never signed." Mr. Hyland 
said. 

L. Winterburn. Wesley Road. 


The commission believed the 
urea was not large enough to 
support the store 

Reeve Joseph Casev told 
those present he believed 
thoughts of the commission 
al«o were that the muntripaliry 
vvants to "confine businesses to 
certain areas to get higher lax 
a tlon areas." 


Intruders (»« Empty-Handed 


Be it ever so Humber, make 
sure your windows are locked 
This will probably be the 
theme of the next adverOse- 
mem of the three notable 
brothers who operate a furni- 
ture store at 531 Bar, Mon 


THIS WAS 
STEAL 


Rut III bet they’ll be 
"Thor" when thev see 
this steal in a Thor" 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 

JiLUJ^D A YU TP 

TELEVISION 


Ai it cleans your teeth! 


All provinces except Quebec Mr tiarson said an idea of lenders Due 
now have taxation agreements f he importance of the tax agree- 

with the federal government ment.s could be obtained by con- *-* rwy ■ 

lhat expire March .11 1957 sidering the case o[ Manitoba Flip I ri|f«L 

"These agreements arc safe In 195] 52. federal revenues 1 ■ I IH l\ 

now for at least another five from Manitoba amounted lo — . ~ # 

years. " said Mi GVSOIl 1113,600,000 whlk federal ex l|« Wj|Of|f gkn 

VERY OPPOSITE pendl lures in the province III k ’<1*11111 II 

He added' amounted to $162,900,000 

"No one should think that the ' ^‘ng is more important. Tenders will be called hy 
purpose of these agreements Is therefore than lhat these tax Saanich for a new three quarter 

agreements between the federal ,n melon truck for the fire 
^ government and nine of the io department, council dedded last 

• provincial governments should nl Cht. 

/ J Wi be perpetuated The truck wtll replace one 

jQ J Don't suffer Mi i -..id that before nf,, - v termed unsafe fo 
f from tommon (he agreements, ’j.rovincial by Clr R H Wpotten 

»ore throst, when autonomy was i Council also decided that 

>ou c */* do some- ing an empty phriBS mcjnhrrs of the outside -'iff 

thing about it. Rub -j n fai ., Ba red to work Easier 

m inothing Min.r.l 1 Monrlay. 

W Liniment — get a 

I tspph today 1 Cl rent " agreements form <• real William Kersey formei coun 

k quiet relief— today ! *n<J essential barrier against m- cillor. was nominated municipal 

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her brothers reported »o city 
police the premises had been 
broken Into the previous night. 
The main office had been ran 
narked, and apparently the cul- 
prit* hart roamed throughout 
the premises, but nothing was 
reponed missing. 

Police said entry had been 
gained by opening a second 
floor window and removing a 
plate mirror which had cover 
ed the glass on the Inside. 

Thieves who broke into prem- 
ises at 7190 Broughton the 
same night did a little better. 


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believe it just or reasonable that the "way In which he ha* set 
a t’N employee should be dla- out" hi* latest report on the 
missed nn the sole grounds nf personnel problem, 
having refused to give answer Lie ha* hern under fire from 
to question* which might in- «ome delegations for agreeing 
criminate him. loo hastily to UJ5. demand* that 

Health Minister Paul Martin, American employees of the UN 
head of Canada* delegation, deemed subversive hy the U.S. 
thu* took Issue with one phase should be fired, 
of Secretary General Trygve Martin Mid hia government 
Lle’a handling of the question agrees with Lle’a statement that 
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Police Paid Kenya Centre, 
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NAIROBI, Kenya iR^uipr*'. union and admlniMr* ytg the 
- Hundred* of police raided thr anti while Mau Mau oaili 
rearhy ItaiiAti African location Another 700 were detained 
be lore dawn Sunday, and •* t r i bora use they were absent from 
screening about 15,000 natives, their reserve* without passe* 

Poll» , e said later more than Ttie entire Rahatt area wu* 
500 African* were identified sealed off for *cxon hours 


Nursing Home Fire 
Fit Is S 3 Pa t i en ts 

l.ARfjO, Fla. ifP-. luxe*, and other dobrU Monday, in an 
llgator* combed through a ma*s effort to determine the cause 
of ash?*, blafkened bed frame* „f * wind-whipped fur which 

hilled 3,1 aged person* at a 


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nursing home near here. 

Age* of the dead ranged from 
65 to PI. Twenty nine of them 
were women. 

William L Littlefield, nmr- 


W A SH I N CTOS' • A P ■ / The 

X'nlted State* Navy disclose* 
tltat it now iia.H in operation a 
submarine tarrying a fabler 
than-aound guided misHU* rap 
able *»f blasting inland target* 
presumably with the A burnt* 
Tht* new development mean* 
the navy now can sneak .• sub 
marine up to an enemy cnast. 
launch its missile and guide it 
to a distant target. 

The guided missile called 


less, swept w ing Jet fighter 
plane Its fat. stubby cigar 
shaped txnl\ is lit feet lung, but 
the pattern win vary according 
to the type of job the missile is 
designed i<* tlu. Warhead i* in 
i he nose. 

The ndv-.Ur* can b»* controlled 
by, an accompanying plane from 
sliip or from land apparently 
in any kind of weather. 

Poppies are cultivated In cen- 
tral Frame for their seed, which 


Britain 

Studies 

Needs 


LONDON’ i Reuter* t The 
guxernment said Monday Hi it - 
am must produce and export 
still more to avert a slide hack 
Into economic crlst* 

In |t« economy survey fur 
1'i.Vt published Monday n out- 
lined emergency measures taken 
Iff"! year to atop the country 
ftom plunging min bankruptcy 
and said I hex had been success 
ful 

H said confidence m sterling 
currency had heen resumed anti 
a posit Inn of .stability reached 
from which Britain and the stcr 
ling nira a* a whole coil Id ad- 
vance toward greater -strength 
and prosperity. 


in a xpeclal detention ramp 
singing and shouting defiantly 

Troops hunting Hie Man Man 
gang which attacked Naivusha 
police statinn Thursday night 
and made off with *uh machine 
gun* and other arm* ant 
htwhed some of the gang Sat 
unlay, killing one who was 
found clasping one of the 
stolen machine guns. A rifle 
and more than 100 round* of 
ammunition aho were found 

Two other terrorist* were 
killed when Ihev at tricked an 
army patrol in the Nveri di«- 

t rt. i 

Man Mao raider* ambushed a 
Kikuyu headman in the Fort 
Hull district amt killed two of 
it is escort. 

Cow® producing up to 1.5 
pound* of milk a day get enough 
protein w I t li o n t supplements 
when they eat alfalfa hay. corn 
‘llage and cum nt oats, a I'ni 
lerdty of lllinotk dairy special- 
isf sav*. • 


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Although the ’ weak" two bid 
•which isn’t really weak, at ail' 
l« designed primarily as a pre 
cmptlve kinrl of hid, it sacrifices 
nothing in accuracy. The bid 
show* about six winner* and 
from one and a half to two honor 
trick* This complete declaration 
of strength with the initi.il bid 
give* the responding hand a 
good idea of how much the 
combined hand* can make; it 
also give* the opener a chance 
to hid rather strongly when hl< 
partner's response fils hi* hand 

Thus, w'hrfi thi* deal was 
played in the world's title match 
between America and Sweden. 
North did some strong bidding 
after hi* opening two-heart hid 
because of hi* good »uppon for 
partner'* forcing spade response. 
•After an opening weak two- 
bid. any response In a new *ult 
I* forcing for one round, autre 
the opener ha* shown that he 
has a suit that doe* not need 
to he rescued and any hid hi* 
partner make* may therefore be 
assumed to he a move toward 
game or slam The forcing 
character of the response pro 
vlilen opportunity for psychic 
response*, mid al*o for psychic 
rebbls — auch a* North's club call 
- b\ the opener.' 

Again*! six spades. West 
opened the queen of diamond*. 
Declarer won. trumped a dia 
mond in North, cashed the king- 
jack of spades, I hen led to hi* 
heart ace, After drawing West * 
la*t trump, dummy * heart* pro 
vtded more than enough -trick*, 
urn with a club opening the 
slam could not have heen 
defeated 

Al the othet table, Sweden* 
North passed, F.n «' opened the 

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WINNIPKH • CP » A flying 
American missionary, believed 
missing la*t week on a flight 
nc.li the A ret u Circle. landed 
his plane late Monday at nn 
outpost on Hudson Bax and an 
RCAF officer said the mission- 
ary xx a* neither lost nor m 
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He liad been hopping from 
igloo to igloo around Waiter 
Bax, l.liXt miles not lit of Win* 
nl|M*g and had been unable to 
report hi* whereabout* due to 
poor radio condition*. 

The missionary. Rev (Reason 
Ledyard of Ashland, ohm. a.i* 
acftimpanted lij lit,* wtlt* and 
small son. an adopted Eskimo. 

When tic failed to report 
three day* after leaving Cm 
Il-irimr imi Southampton Island 
for a LMO milc flight to Wag. t 
Bay. the RCAF was called lit 
to look for him. 

Seamen's Claims 
Heard In Board 

VANCOCVKR <CP< Wage 
dispute between three B.C. 
<oaat steamship companies ai.d 
the AFI. Seafarers' Internation- 
al t'ninn went ttefore concili- 
ation board here Monday. 

About l.tatn member* of tpe 
union employed by the ftra. 
dlan Pacific f'aiiatliati National 
and I nion Steamships are •-.»•••«< - 
ln*» a S30 a month wage In 
crease, retroactive to March, 
t‘»">2. and major fringe bene 


mated through the struc'uie 
early Sunday and killed *he .13 
dazed and feeble inmates v *rii- 
tn 13 minutes. Twenty .five 
other* escaped the flaming 
structure 

Don Jerlita, deputy Florida 
fite marshal planned lo inter 
view witnesses, some of Hie 
personnel of the home and 
ether* xx ho dashed Into the 
/laming structure to save these 
who lived. 

The file whipped by H git*lv 
W ind hi ok* ••in shot tlx i« f let 
3 a m. 

A uur*e rest ued one old 
woman. then dashed back into 
Hie flame* to response to 
siTearn* of other*. and died A 
man was killed in nn auto 
wreck while driving one of the 
injured to a hospital. 

Neil Moron. 31, Littlefield’s 
son iu hiw. said the positions of 
the bodies huh. .tied* few nf the 
victims had tried to leaxe their 
bed*. 

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had made an effort, they could 
have hern saved." he said. 


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A Victoria native aon died 
after a lengthy nine** at Mount 
St Mary yea ter day afternoon 
He wm Herman Erb, 73. the 
aon of L. E Erb. founder of 
the Crystal Spring Brewery in 
Victoria. 


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Herman Erb wu born In 
Victoria ahorily after the arrival 
of hia parent* here from Ger 
many. 

He ia survived by hi* widow. 
Genevieve, two mm*. John at 
Nelson, B.C. and William In 
Victoria; one daughter. Mrs. A. 
Baker of Victoria and two 
sisters. Mrs. B Wilson and Mrs. 


I). A. Tripp. 
Dies Aged 86 

Victoria lost one of its pio 
necr residents when David Al- 
fred Tripp. 86. died In St. Jo* 
eph'* Hospital Monday. 

Born in Guelph, Ont . Mr. 
Tripp arrived In Victoria in 
1S«7. 

He was a master painter and 
a partner with the late George 
Mel lor of Me I lor Bros. Ltd., un- 
til Mr. Trip retired 10 year* 
ago. 

A charter member of the 
Canadian Order of Forest ei s 
for 70 years, he was also a 
Burner member of the Uplands 
Golf Club. 

Mr*. Mary Tripp, his wife 
died in 1946. One of his sons. 
George, died in the First World 
War. 

Surviving him are hia non, 
Alfred; two daughters. Mrs. 
].eslle Sutton and Mr* Alfred 
Jacklin; two gratvdsona. four 
granddaughter* and six great- 
grandchildren. 

The funeral will be held at 
McCall* Funeral Home Wed 
ne*-day at 1 15 pm. 

Page 13 

British expert* began work 
on centrifugal type Jet engines 
early a* 1930. 


Servicea will be held at Hay- 
ward's Funeral Home Thursday 
at 1.30 pin. Rev J. L. W. 
McLean officiating. Cremation 
A ill follow. 


Fish Imports 
By Canada 
Heavy in 


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OTTAWA <CP». — Canada Is 
one of the world's leading fish 
ing countries, but in 1952 she 
imported canned, processed and 
fresh fish and fishery products 
valued at $6, 265.09-1. 

This was shown Monday In a 
government return tabled in lice 
Comments for Gordon Higgins 
iPC-St. John's Fasti. 

Canada gave most of this 
business $3,280,396 worth to 
ihe United States and the US. 
imports included canned crab*, 
clams and shrimp*, valued at 
$1,036,929. 

Japan got $955,582 wort!) of 
Canada's fishery Import busi 
ness. Including $685,053 for 
fresh fish and $146,480 for 
canned crabs, clams and 
shrimps. 

Norway got $748,886 worth 
of the business, Peru $323 977 
The Netherlands $188658; Bri 
tain, $168,800. 

A fisheries department offi- 
cial said the $6,000,000 fish im 
port hill was normal for Can- 
ada. Much was made up of 
One of the first, steamship speciality products and It also 
disasters wa* the wreck of the included some fair *i?ed orders 
Royal Adelaide off England in of fish oil* used for pharma- 


Mrs. Simpson 
Funeral Set 
Wednesday 

m 

Funeral servire* for Mrs. 
Ellen Simpson. 86. a native of 
Victoria who died Saturday, will 
lie held Wednesday at 3 p.m. In 
McCall's Funeral Home The 
Rev William Allan will officiate 
and burial will be In Royal Uak 

Mrs. Simpson was a daughter 
of Henry and Sarah Wain, 
pioneers of North Saanich who 
arrived here on the sailing ship 
Norman Morison In 1850. 

Mrs. Simpson Is survived 
by a daughter, Mr*. W. E. 
Mu nro, Victoria; two son*. 
Archibald and Edward. Victoria; 
a sister. Mrs Annie Horth. Vic- 
toria; and a brother, William 
Wain, Cordova Ray. 

Noon Services 
At St. Andrew’s 

Special noon day Lenten ser 
vices are being conducted this 
week al St Andrew's Presby- 
terian Church. 

Beginning yesterday noon. 
Ihe service* will continue daily- 
through Thursday. Object of 
the special services is to give 
business people in downtown 
Victoria an opportunity to 
attend in the lunch hour. 

Ministers of the Ministerial 
Association of Victoria will 
conduct the services between 
12 15 and 12.45 pm. dally 

Speclal tribute lo Queen 
Mary will he paid at today s 
service. 


•atlg tf.nl unt* I V i.C. 
Tu«t4«r. M«r«l» 31, 1952 


I anrouvpr 
To Spp Ship 

The newly converted 

destroyer-escort. II>KS Al- 
gonquin. commanded by 
< "'dr. P. F. -V Kua.M ll, will 
make s two-day visit to 
Vancouver, April 10 io IT. 
The ship will l»e open lit the 
Vancouver public, April 11 
snd IT, from 2 to 4 p.m. 

H. W. White 
Funeral Held 

It. W. White, former CNR 
pa.v master, died March 20. Born 
in England, he came to Canada 
In 190-1 and Joined the treasury 
department of the CNR in Win- 
nipeg, In 1920. he wan trans- 
ferred as paymaster lo Edmon- 
ton. where he lived until his 
retirement In 1941, when he 
moved lo Victoria. 

Mr. White was a member of 
Confederation Masonic Lodge, 
and a member of St. Alban's 
Anglican Church. 

Surviving are his widow; 
three son*. J. N White and 
T. M. White of Edmonton, and 
Frank H White, of Ottawa; two 
daughters. Mr*. J. R Milligan, 
Bon Accord. Aha., and Mrs. 
L. V. Spalding of Moose Jaw, 
Sa*k ; tw'o sisters. Mrs, A. Cot- 
tnn and Mis* E. White of 
England; 16 grandchildren. 

Funeral services were held 
at Edmonton March 24. with 
burial at Westlawn CemelPrv 


First-Round Winner 

In Contest Named 


Joseph Bruch, representing 
the Christopher Speaker* Club, 
won the first round of the 
Golden Gavel elimination* last 
night. 

Mr. Bruch spoke on “Use 
Your Right." He was one of 
eight contestants to *(>eak on 
the first of four elimination 


April 22. 

Miss Esther I .aw. speaking .in 
"Impressions of Unions," was 
awarded second honors. She is 
a member of the B.C. Electric 
speaking group. Both contest 
ants will be in the finals for 
the tiny golden gavel. 

Other speakers at last night’s 
contest held In City Hall were 
E. C Scott, Donald Branfer. A. 
T. Hlnchrliff, G. E Bernard, 


l>*onard B. Parkin and Louis 

Schmeltz. 

The next elimination speeches 
will be heard at City Hill April 
1 at ft pm. with eight more 
speakers competing 

Club Installs 
.Apr- Utiicprs 

The Dale Carnegie Club In- 
ternational held a meeting last 
night at the Oak Bay Beach 
Hotel. Installation of officers 
w'rs performed by Warwick 
Angus 

Thomas Barton wax Installed 
as heutpnant governor. 

Kav Miller was chairman and 
Don Taylor won the members’ 
speaking prt/e. 


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Wrinkles Worrying You? 


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than hard dry skin. To prove it on overnight. In the daytime. 
It. rni«h a piece of silk . then use It sparingly as a powder 
shake it out It has no wrinkles, have. After thr ftrM night, your 
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rHE ANSWER LADY 


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the tissues. Walt al lea*t a week terols. and leave the 
after plucking. clogged with mineral n 

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limn Gan this be due to the fa, » »® “ br, ™ ,e - b “‘ bv th 

k.nH of Hnwtirk I use* Elsie N. may further dry out the akin, say i 


exce-.*. your make tip g«»e.* on 
.smoothly, reallv last* For a 
cleansing, apply no more than 
what is neicvsary to dissolve 
your make-up 

Since this Lanolin rich liquid 
lubricates and softens the skin. 
H has other beneficial use*: If 
the heel* or in*teps nr toes are 

calluseri or rough, a relaxing 
foot bath, followed by a Lanolin 
Plus Liquid massage does won- 
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the dried-out area* It's excel- 
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How long ha* It beep since 
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your *kln her-cime* prematurely 
wrinkled, or i* soft and supple, 
with * glowing, youthful radl- 


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hair L* gently massaged with 1 the *ktn and scalp. The best 
the fingertip* throughout the /shampoo to choose I* one that 
shampooing process IVs not 'contains a generous supply of 

suds Such a 
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alely. an ama/ing phenomenon 
oevurred. Bruise* were healed 
. . their hands were soft. sup- 

ple and smooth. What hap- 
pened* 

Ijinnim the closest actual 
duplication to ester* and choles- 
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i* found in the fat* and oil* of 
the sheen's wool. A* the men 
sheared the sheep, lanolin was 
ah«orhed Inin the la vers of the 
ekln. lanolin made their hand* 

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it stimulates the sebaceous product Is LANOLIN 
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anl effectively. Most emphnti on the hair, and its rich, lano 
c*IT\Y thoroughly' Thr rteslr* ll/ed snd* whisk away corn- 
able method is the use of a pro pletelv all dirt and grime so that 
fessional spray. the hatr t* left snft and silken. 

Now' What kind of xhamiton with beautiful glistening high 
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ingredient* that tend to drv out cleanses. Its oil pampers the 
the hatr. It mustn't leave the hatr. 

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must leave It soft, ahinv, man- If* fast acting, with just one or 
ageahle' two sppllrations needed per 

For «ome lime, we have washing Onlv $1 50 at all rn#* 
known that lanolin contains the met it* counter*. 


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powder ba*e and vnur skin Is In 
contact with beneficial Ingredi- 
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few drop* and tl**ue away the 


(jinolin Plus Liquid replenishes natural skin oils with softening, lubricating sub- 
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Relaxation of facial 
muscles hejjins before 
you ko to bed. . . . 


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A few drop* of Lanolin Plu* Hand Lotion applied 
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Group Plans To Start 
Children’s Art Gallery 


A children'* gallery, to »jr 
established in ihe M*** Street 
An Centre, u the aim of a 

Male Choir 

To Be Heard 

Beethoven ' a Mount of 
Olive*" will be presented by ihe 
Arion Male Choir at Mel To- 


day at H.15 p m. 

Under the auspirea of the 
Metropolitan Women’* Mission*' 
ary Society, the choir will be 
accompanied by organist 
Heorge II Peaker Featured 
soloist* will lie Vera Barajay, 
Dudley Wlrketl and I >r . Harry 
John*. 

Peter Copeland will conduct 
l he < hnir, 

Attlee ‘Satisfactory 1 
Follow in<; Surgery 

I / DON 1 AP 1 Former 
prime tninlater Clement Atllce 
underwent an Hp|>ondik njiria- 
non Monday, Ilia doctor* said 
hi« condition after (he surgery 
was "quite satisfactory" 

Mr. Alt lee, 70. head* the 
l<atv>r Party and leads the op I 
position to Prime Minister 
t hurehlll'a government | n the 
House of Commons. 

The united counties of |«en | 
non and Addington In Ontario 
were wit led In 17*1 by United 
Kmplre Loyalist*. 


gmup of teacher* belonging In 
the Association ol Childhood 
t^lucat ion. 

The group la trying to raise 
funds to establish 'be "little 
gallery" in one room of the 
present centre The aum needed 
to get the childrens room op 
ll* way is liei at JKOO. This aum 
will be needed for work and 
equipment; fees for Inaiructlon 
are not Included in thin amount. 

The gallery will lie for the 


l* out Of five 
To Observe 
lloliila \s 

Cnor 1 Friday and Faster Mon- 
day will he observed aa holi- 
day* by the employee* of I he 
Victor^ pout office, J. H Sin- 
clalr, postmaster. ha* an 
nounced 

There will be no letter car- 
rier aervlce or money order 
service on Friday. The atamp 
wick at* will in> open from f) 
a m. io 11 a m Friday and H 
a m. to 2 p.m Monday. 


tjrealer Victoria area and will 
provide a place for painting, 
drawing, modeling, aiory telling 
and music training. 

Persona Interested In helping 
establish I he children* centre 
are asked lo phone Ml** M 
Jame* at C 012V Ml** F 
Creighton. K 7501 or M r* K. 
King, K7950. . 


unill r, p.m. Friday and all day 
Monday. 

Special delivery will l>e con 
ducted both day* and ihe re- 
celpt and dispatch of mails will 
lie conducted a* usual. 

The republic of Chile ha* a 
coastline of J.!**) miles on Ihe 
wr.*f roast of South America. 


Admirals’ Bus Service for Children 
Decided Against on Revenue Basis 

There will lie no bus aervlce Ifbkbu* were diverted from He »»id he had noticed - hu* 
lor school children on Admiral* anoiher line to carry ihe mil parked >>r*idr « lunchroom everv 
Hoad, a letter from the H C. dren to and from school it would morning apparently idle Or 
Klertrlc advised Faqulmalt rnun disrupt existing schedule* the i; R fiuillemtud moved that the 
r il la.*t night. transportation company said. company I** asked whether the 

and the revenue would not make pile bus could he used to take 

\ J , If ihe service worthwhile children to school In the morn 

aiK Oliver I»icn There would !»• only Jl >1 lfl K* 

/’ I rri revenue a day, when cost* were The company’* claim lhat the 

(,el la I I I erms , “ k *‘ n 1,1,0 ‘wwld^ouion, t»»c revenue would not h«- sufficient 

company ink) the council, to warrant the service was not 

Three Vancouver men were "it I* quite obvlolus lhat the really valid, according to dr. 
sentenced to Jail term* by B.C. Electric la In business for.Jamr* Bryant. 

County Court Judge J. 11. Clear the HC Flectru- ami not for “What *h#»v Iim* on ihe au-inai 


14 Sitll) (Colonial V»cl*ri*, 1 C. Taes. Mirck 31 , It 53 


FA1RBANKSM0RSE 


mue yesieroay. the ratepayers, said dr. rj. K. they probably catch up un the 

W R. Caverly was sentenced Simmon. 'hobby horses." he said. 

io six month*, and William F. I 

Morrison and AIU-rt - Clover — 

each was sentenced to one year WOOD 

They were convicted last ,. , ... ... ” 

week of theft of a bottle of Mtrhen ‘furnra 

whisky from (hr home of i L inii* wiST 

Hoberts. 2b'il Queenawood, In Also 2 Ft. 

January. 


NO MONTHLY CRAMPS.- 
not oven on the VERY FIRST DAY! 


• Women and rlrli who 
Hiller from the rum non 
tlly-caused cramps, bee * - 
si-ite* sikI head ache* dur 
lo menstruaitrsi who feel 
up*ei and irritable on cer- 
tain “pertlcular aar ever? 
month- roar be ntffmnq 
tpo lr nredleuly' 

8ueh Is the oweluxinn 
fr>*n te*u made b» our 
dorUin in wliich Lydia K 
Pinkham » ComrxAtnd and 
TabieU Mopped or guvs 
striking relief of such dia- 
tceaa in case after rate 
even im the very ftrat and 
nxrrit Oat of the period! 

Tail Madteal 
pm«»LrlU Hint nnnt a rr..*t. 


■aSmy i*W 

, Mnm »■ 

w Ti 10 M-tV-n 1 1 .Mrs. a peev 

nnimrad Miaiiao »ffwt itn 
the iiuru ttrikn 
ai IS* oasar of IK* pa<« 

Tha ►fwiinnum of 1 —IVa 

On a Ham a OMda do proof to 
ID. minion, of entian anal 

C ra »norr> it Iim i 

«ii h«w ibmil »o«i» On yn» 
kiuiw wh.t U mar do fur exit 
Tfk* I »*!ia hnklamii Mn 
ft eft tUKl i .at i ita auu rm- 
II at from crsinpa art*! wal- 
tiMt* f Ml latter Until bai- 
lor* am) durlof jour latndl 
Oat alilwr LMIa Pink Ham a 
ClniTipound or new, improtMid 
Tahleta. With add ad ift.nl 
l.rtlka f* 1 iiktia/n t »• kvlan 
a»«l tor "h«tl Daalaa' and 
OUtmr Tinatin— 4 ilia ir mb id 

Un “itiania of Ufa" loot 


The first tallway mall *er- j 
vice In ihe wesl was ra riled 
over Ihe Winnipeg Brandon line 
In 18HJ. ' 


WOOD — SPECIAL 3 DAYS — WOOD 

No I Fir Wood, stove lengths, very easy to split C.ood for 
kitchen, furnace heater and all around use. Be*t wood In 
town. 2 cords (II 4 cords * o 

Also 2 Ft. Hr for Ortun Furnace and Hrrplacw 
2 cords Sll 
iWMrniaTB Ml i» *a» 

O.K. FUEL 

Come and see this wood at our yard and office 

7*0 TOPAZ C. 2481 


This new F M Conversion I'P* Oil Burner 11 the quietest 
burner mailable Vou'll lie ama/ed, too, ai us low operating 
co*t. 1 he*e features are po»»ible because of the balanced 
design and ext Iusi*r features of ihe new I M Oil Burner It s 
designed and built br a company » iih ihe knowledge gained 
in 120 yeara of manufacturing experience. 

(>*1 efl lb* memey tertmg to /rom ttmr I M Or / Hmrmer Dt*lrr — Vf)|7 
INI CAMA0IAM IAIIIANII-MOIII CO IIMITIO 
i iaa Rku*n mill tiiTtiaia 

rilH |tl I »l M I krkl •**•! rill Nall l.rlllla aa4 Mr?***.* In«i hall 

*ia*a Star# BlarM*| laUiyrlm aia... a M Sanaimn. Uaalira*. 

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Advertised Price* Apply to Personal Shopping Only 
will be filled al slightly higher prices. 


— Phone and Mall Order* 


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SMOKED HAMS * 

North Star.Bums’. Gainers’ or Maple I^»af. 

Whole or Shank Half... " 


... ^ 

Cottage Rolls , mokK) G3c 

Ready D 

Pork Shoulders s . mftkfd f ,r - whole or h*n 

win uituuiuci » nlc slvk ib OOC average 10 t 

TURKEYS 

o i 2 lbs ib 69c 

Ling Cod 

Fresh, sliced, lb 29 C 

OYSTERS 

carton S2C 

Kippers 

Local, lb 27 C 


GROCERIES | 


Vancouver Island — Fresh, 
Grade "A” I^rge. dozen 



Be Aware of Sailors! 

On the level, there ■ nnthing quite s* 
exciting ahead for Spring Tht* nn« 
i« a "Louis'" original fn>m California, 
of flame red balthuntl with navy vel- 
vet and red bead trim. 32 50 

Olhers priced fmm I0.t»n tn 4 A .00 

•ttO* I — Millln.f-r l»(n4 ri.n* 

'Harmony Box" by Arden 

Springs newest makeup colour . , . 
"Pink Perfection" by Elizabeth Arden. 
A flattering shade . . . light and gav. 
Have your duet lipstick, nail lacquer 
and miniature cream rouge In s pink 
case with clear acetate lop. A lovelv 
Easier fin Idea! 8tl 2 


» arns s— C, 


•lie. Mila n«a* 


Brilliant Flash of Fire 

For a dramatic fashion accent tn vour 
new Fjister costume, pin one or more 
of these hrilliant, new. three-dimen- 
sional costume piece* on the sleeve nr 
collar. Set with coloured or clear 
■ tones Each ^ ^ q 

Matching Earrings « an 

Ittos «-!*»*IWfT Mil* Omi 


HOT CROSS BUNS 


Traditional Easier Delicacy. Dozen 


* 


Ham 1.75 :? ke M|X ^' P ^ r ’^°e 

PINEAPPLE ™ »" »****+■ 3 0c stod. 35c 

COFFEE 

EATON'S Own Mayfair Rlend 1 11(1 

Pure Coffee. 1 lb iAi ■ 


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EATON'S Own Mayfair Rlend 
Pure Coffee. 1 lb... 


EATON’S Household 
Rlend Black Tea, |b. 


Afore Hours: ft s.m to a p.m. 

Wednesday: * sm. to I pjn. ^T. ^ATO^I C° _ M 


Phone 

• B 71-41 


Suit Yourself for the Easter Parade 

Easter Is the time, Victaria Is the place for suit* . . . ever essential* 
of your wardrobe. Whether you prefer the *lim perfection of the classic 
conservative suit or the newer, more feminine look of the costume suit* . . . you 
are sure to find one of your choice in EATON'S extensive collection. 
All are beautifully detailed from the finest imported woollen* 
and come in misses’, women’* and half *ize*. 

69.95 to 89.95 

KATONTt — Niilta, SwtmH Floor 


Th« Dressmaker Look 

Sometime* It'* the gsniled draping nf 
leather . . or the feminine magic of 
buckles or hows Often It f the actual 
structure of the toe itself , , . « m »,. 
Ingly soft Mere Is new Interest for 
the pump* you’ll wear with vour new 
narrnw skirted suits . . . Priced from, 
pair 

11.95 fo 16.95 

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LOCAL NEWS 


NO. 92 — NINETY-FIFTH N FAR 




CLASSIFIED 

Telephone K 4111 


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\ ICTORIA, BRITISH ( Oi l MBI A, Tl FSDAY, MARCH 31, 1953 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


New Apartment-Hotel for City Visitors Liquor Law To Top Agenda 

. __ ft Sonrrfs in Power \cain 





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ME N T kOT t L FOIL JG HO 

AKER. 5 WAGG ARCHITECTS V’ 


A new liquor law will lx* house*" in which simple foods 
. iu. like sandwiches, soft drinks. 

suhmiMod to tlir autumn , nd „ mll . r „,. m , wmllri 

session of the legislature if he sold as well as beer, im 


ll‘ I 111 lieu IU ill iiijiit. - 

, licensed premises, brewers and 

Premier \\ . A. ( . Bennett U)#»r < s io havp no interest nr 
said yesterday a new liquor connection with retail outlet*- 
law would he submitted to The recommendations were 
the legislature “as one of the not very clear on the issue id 
first pieces of legislation to >°"‘i option which would give 
be dealt with by the autumn c "'™ ns <*» individual areas the 
• „ right to decide what changes 


An important addition to Victoria's 
tourist accommodation is this new 
apartment-hotel now being built by 
Farmer Construction Ltd. on the site 
of the old Dunsmuir home on Menzies- 
Quebec. Architects, Whittaker and 
Wagg. state it will have three story* 
with promenade deck on third story. 
Thirty-three single units, all with baths 


and 22 with kitchens, are provided, and 
all suites will have their main windows 
faring onto the harbor and legislative 
hujldings. Single units may he turned 
into doubles by infercommumeal mg 
doors, The building will be carpeted 
throughout. Owners are Mr. and Mrs. 
,). G. Nordal, who also operate the 
Washington Auto Court, Gorge Road. 


P re mier PI a n s 
Kelowna Visit 


session. 

1 The premier said ihe new law 
will carry mu the general prin- 
ciple® and recommendations nf 
ihe repnrl of the Sievens In 
qutry rnmmlwinn. 

The premier said It wm clear 
from tlie report that change* 
in liquor legislation “should tw* 
brought about In a gradual 
way," that monopoly should be 


were to t«e made in their own 


)in , < lit ii > Premier Bennrtl >rii 1 
this a'qiect of the situation was 
being given "a lot of study” by 
ihe government 

The Stevens comml-sion was 
appointed early last Octoher *o 
recommend a method of Imple- 
menting the result of last 
June's plebiscite vote which 
call«*d f^r sale of liquor by the 
gla*> in licensed premises in 
British Columbia. 

The commission was given 
three month* in which to com- 
plete this task 


Es(|iiimall To Slid 
To Transfer Stand 


AROUND TOWN 


tr moved and that there w hould K*quimx!t council last night pa lilies and ihe city, the muni* 
he xtrirt MM -of the vnlH * I|( M , n(| h> ^ ; ipal 4h „ p ot , he money w„ 

iqimf i« ri tl on svs decision in authnri/e transfer refunded and ihe new author* 

Tremirr Rennert declined to oI | 7 «j f0n n ln Gr rarer Victoria izatlon railed for 

ouUine derails of his govern- g r j, 00 | Board estimates from Central Junior High was 

merit s proposed legislation tie new Central Junior High originally esiimaied to cost SI,- 
yond this general sintemrnt. |f| lhp fipu . 0a - Ray n ipf , 210.000 and the new Oak Rav 

Mi'.MBERS PLEADED A | pMPr f rnm ,p P C j|y 0 f school would cost $63-1.500, ar- 


Election Dale Annoiineeinenl 
Likely After Meeting Today 

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n ^ n .. ill I I , ; T L llrr rremier Hennrn necimer 

Premier W. A. C. Bennett will leave V ictoria Thurs- 0Ul|jnP of hi „ ROV 

day to spend thr Easier holiday at his Kelowna home. mpn , v proposed legislation 
He will deliver an address in the Kelowna theatre yond ihis general stntcmrnt 
Tuesday night. April 7, on the political situation in British members pleaded 


Columbia. 


Toward the end of the •Piston Victoria advised Ksqulmall coun- ' cerrilng to the |<*hool board 


The premier said he intends io take a short holiday after nf , hp legislature which pro- t .j| mat no action was being L* 1 **. however, the cvtirnB'e* 


Date of ihe forthcoming gen 
eral election In B.C. is expected 
to he announced today by 
Premier W. A. C. Bennett. 

The premier delayed the an- 
nouncement expected yesterday 
with the explanation that he 
plans to name Ihe date follow 
Ing a meeting of the provincial 
cabinet this morning 

Meanwhile, campaign plan* 
are being shaped by all parties. 

The CCF and Liberals are 
preparing for parly conven- 
tions. 


Party leadership will be the 
chief problem faring both meet- 
ings. 

The CCF con venl Ion must 
deal with the unexpected de- 
cision of Harold Winch to re- 
sign as party leader, and ob- 
server* believe he will be 
given a resounding vole of 
confidence. 

Mr. Winch said yesterday hi* 
20 year* in the political arena 
have left him in ari "Impossible 
financial position." 

lie fieri a red also that hr ha* 


Muffled Peals 
To Mark Service 


A memorial service for the 
la»e Queen Mary will be 
■ Mended today In Christ Church 
Cathedral by many public 
figures and government digni- 
taries. headeii by Lieutenant 
Governor Clarence Wallace. 

Muffled peals will begin and 
end the public service which 
begins at 2.30 p.m, The service 
w ill he conducted by Dean P R. 
Beat lie Archbishop II. K. Sex 
ton will give a brirf address 
Radio station C-IVI will broad 
cast the proceedings. 

Special Joint services will hr 
held bv manv denominations 


throughout the dly from 12.15 
to 12 45 In St Andrews Pres 
hyterian Church. The services 
will be sponsored by the Vic- 
toils Ministerial Association. 

All local army mills, will 
paiudr to Woik Point lodAy In 
ti Untie. 

A 40 gun salute will tie fired 
beginning it II n m., in Victoria 
and Vancouver. In Victoria the 
12)th A A Battery. RCA, w ill 
fire the salute, one round every 
minute for 10 minutes 

In Vancouver a similar cere- 
mony will he held In Stanley 
Tark with the 15fh Field Regi 
mmi, RCA. firing the «*lufe 


Impetus to Fund Drive 

Work Starts on Centre 


Government 
Offices Close 
Over Easter 

Provincial government offices 
will be closed In observance of 
Faster from 5 pm. Thursday, 
April 2. to 9 am, Tuesday. 
April 7, 

The courthouse will be closed 
Good Friday and Faster Monday 
hut will he open from 10 a m. 
to 12 noon Saturday. 

The Provincial Museum will 
be closed Good Friday hut will 
be open all day Saturday and 
Monday and from 1 p.m. to 5 
p.m. Sunday. 

Play Chosen 

J 

For Festival 

“My llnrnbrook and Mv Top." 
will be Vancouver Island Re 
gional Drama entry of the 
Columbine Players Club of Vic 
forla next week. 

The group will be competing 
ar Nanaimo High School against 
12 other Island amateur play- 
ers' rluhs. The play will he 
•raged Wednesday evening. 
April 6. 

The plav ts the story of the 
aftermath nf Ihe death of WII 
Ham Shakespeare s 12-year-old 
son. In the lead roles will be 
Mrs. Dorothy Dunbar a* 
Shakespeare's wife and Mrs. 
Dorothy House as his mother. 

Today’s 

w 

Events 


NANAIMO Work is now 
under way here on the long 
awaited health centre and It has 
given impetus to a renewed 
drive fur funds to guarantee 
completion. 

To dale donations have been. | 
Federal and provincial govern- 
ments. $1!>,000 each; B.C. Tuber- 
culosis Society. $10,000. B.C 
Cancer Society, $-1,000: Kureka 
sawmills, and Parks lagging 
Co., between $3 000 and $5,000; 
MacMillan A Bloedel. $2 600 

Along with these mnnev 
votes, city council has donated 
•lie; payment of operating ex 
penses is h\ central Vancouver 
Island health unit; monthly 
rental, Red Cross. 

Major Industries are being 
canvassed for additional dona 
Ilona as It Is felt that capital 
Investment In this project will 
he repaid In provision of belter 
health services fur emplovees 
and families. St. John Arnbu 
lance will be one of Ihe many 
user* of building 
CNDEK ONE HOOF 

The huildlng provide* admin 
1 st i at Iv e and clinic space fm ihe 
health unit and will bring under 
une roof all babv clinics, parent 
craft clubs, public health denial 
clinic and TB clinic 

Committee room*. health 
library, auditorium and klirhen 
facilities. mailing and informs 
Hon service* will he available 
in non ptofit health agencies 

Among local organizations 
which have demonstrated in- 
leresl In these facilities are the 
Kiwanl* Club. St. Jnhn Amhu 
lance. Canadian National Insti- 
tute for the Blind White Cane 
Club, Canadian Arthritis and 
Rheumatism SnriM). Alcoholic* 
Anonymous. Cancer Society. 
Cancer Dressing Committee 
• Order of Fasiern Start, health 
unit and Ms auxiliary, civil 
defense health and welfare 
services and the Registered 
Nurse*’ Association 

Where . . . I 

1 I 

. , . Did a man fall 320 feet 
and live* 

The answer I* in today * cla* 


Tt ESDAY. MARCH SI TPJ 1 

A p.m — Masonic f hnlr. Sal | W IlCTC , , , 
ration Army Citadel. 

A p.m. — Thomas Irwin ad ... Did a man fall 320 fee' 
dresses public meeting spnn and live’ 

sored by Group One, Oak Hay The answer l» in todav • Has 
Aorlal Credit Association, aj Red section feature "Where on 
Margaret Jenkins School. Earth?" 


not made up his mind whether 
he will run again as a priv-t’e 
member if he is no longer party 
leader. 

An electrician by trade, Mr 
Winch has nor made any plans 
yet »•> lu what busmen* hi- might 
enter when he leave* poll I ice 
He maid he would aliend his 
party's convention whnh opens 
in Vancouver April iu. despite 
plans to take a long rest away 
from the rigor* of politics 
Liberals will meet in Van- 
couver April A to choose a 
.successor to Byron Johnsnn, 
The executive of the Pro- 
gressive Conservative Pariv met 
In Victoria Saturday to consider 
election plans. 

It Is believed the Conserva- 
tives will get more support 
from the federal Tory treas- 
ury In the coming campaign 
than they got last year. 

Deane Flnlayson was elected 
to succeed former provlnciali 
leader lleibert Anseomb as a 
compromise candidate accept- 
able both to federal and pro- 
vincial Conservative*. 

Campaign strategy of Hie 
Social Credit Party was dl* 
cussed yesterday at « private 
conference between Premiei 
Bennett arid official* of the Hr 
Social Credit League 

The premier has promised 1 a 
i ampAign manifesto" at an 
date 

law-ally. Aid. Waldo Skil- 
lings ha* announced that be 
will seek a Social «_ redlt nom- 
ination for one of the three 
Victoria legislature seats. 

Aid. J Donald Smith, unsuc 
cexsful In hia bid for one of 
the Victoria seat* a« a Sorted 
candidate in the last elec non. 
•aid he ha* teat bed no dccl 
•ion yet regarding plans fot 
the forthcoming election. 

There were indication* dm 
Ing the session uf the leg 1*1 a 
lure that Finance Minisiei Ki- 
na r Gunderson and AHumey 
General Hubert Bonner may 
seek re-election In Victoria or 
.me of the adjoining Greater 
Viclorta riding*. 

There ha* been speculation 
also that Mayor Claude Haiti- 
«nn may he a Soerrtl candidate 
in Victoria 

Mr* l.ydla Arsen* also tin 
successful a* a Sncred candi- 
date last year, *Aln she will 
allow hpr name to aland iv 
foie the nominating convention. 

The CCF In Esquimau have 
given unanimous support to 
Frank MitclieM, who has car- 
ried the party banner vic- 
toriously through a I tl.M bv 
election and last year's gen- 
eral election. 

There is speculation that Con 
-et Native leader Finlay son will 
he offered hi* party’s nomma 
lion in Oak Hay. former strong- 
hold of Mr. Anscomb. The fur- 
met Conservative leader was de- 
feated In Oak Bay last vear by 
Reeve P A Gibb* Liberal stan- 
dard heater. 

Andrew Whisker, former Lib 
ernl Ml, A for CowtChan New 
castle who waa defeated |-i*t 
year, *aid yesterday he plan* 
to *pek the nomination of lx* 
party either In the Nanaimo 
federal riding or the Cnwtchan- 
Newraatle provincial riding 

Croup Wants 
Winch Return 

COLRTKNAY — CCF party 
members In this district want 
Harold Winch to remain as 
leader of the party In B.C. 

| Ar a meeting Sunday, CCF- 
ers voted unanimously to have 
' Mr. Winch head the party 
again. Mr. W'inch annoumrd 
hi* re*ignation Saturday 
The meeting nominated Wil- 
Ham C. Moore, fnmox MLA *n 
eonfest the constituency in the 
coming provincial election. 


that, but plan.* to return to Victoria by the middle of April. 

* * * 

The Victoria Gyro Club yesterday h«wwdrd front HO 
to S2.V ita donation toward a civic fund to be used to send 
two Greater V ictoria aludent* to the Coronation, 

During the discussion of Ihe donation. It was mentioned 
that many business establishments of the city were being 
canvassed for donations In the same fund. 

• * * 


rogued la*t week, some oppo*i- , a kcn hv the city io authorize v ' < * r ** ri»ang**d fn [ nr 

tinn member* pleaded with the transfer A similar resol u- t - en,r * 1 Junior and S709.o00 for 


government to brine ’hr new ,j nn on parf Q f FV-quimaft Bey H»eD 
liquor law before the House. urged by Victoria. mt!'' 1 i I" r 'i*' *| d ' 

Premier Benneti **id yester A | oMPr f rom the Greater * M t ,hr ,rhntj| '.l?. 
day the new bill wa* “just about victoria Sc hool Board pointed r '\yL n 

n»mplete" w hen hi* government m „ , ha , , hl . lOUnr u waH no j lr:xnsU ' hr ^ ™ * n 
__ ,i„ nr n i i he , . , agreement we should stick to it, 

vva.« defeated on thr floor oft hr being asked to authorize raising .. NN> , lon -, fll )llM , onP 


* * * 11 u‘T .. m ..L inp ,hls exnlana- ° f !, hf * 7r, '" 0n ' h " , ,? n ' V , okay cent." he said The money has 

Board of dim-tors of Victoria Chamber of Commerce will , hnwcvei the premier said ,? f ali»*ady been voted and spent " 

el-c, p, r,,d„„ .„d \ Kr-prrsidrnt for 19:.., .. . ,p,, Z,ZZI h.d » "“f »*""* b >' lhe " ,1 

im « w 11 :, ° ■ ' n ’ urvi V' in i'* T mb " b °*’ d room ”' k °" t---- i?»nXr z, 1 z*n x, i!:' 

•m , ... , . „ . , ,, to the government by 1 n etnbe mat j P hy order tn council several $75,000 can be successfully 

rhr,r »dl hr . public m-PlIot "I \ lolori. Socl.1 Credit 3 , |„, „-»r Ib.l , hr cover,, mnnlh ,- ,„ rr , n . rr.nvfrrrrd AH ronrr.nr.1 - 

r,cu. /,mr 1, », Norw.y Hou.r, on hllHMdr Avenue 8 p.m rnr ,„ ,„„,d have lechlnnon prr • p. ., S „ nU . h 0.k Buy «id Vlelorld 

WedUMday pared lor the veaslon which „ u „ mus , „ b , r „ r , 

w. II Ch»nl. prerldem ol The Vleloria con.llluency, -Social hp B an Kcbruury a. ,, prn ,.„ M , h , m „ nlr |. » ran heeome legal 

Credit League, will speak. Chief among ’he recom-| . _ 

* * * mendatinn* of the Steven* • f FT 

New Imperial Social < luh will hold a social evening commission was one to allow f m aa § 4 * § > m 1 dM |N/X M* L* 

April I at A p.m. In King* Hoad Hall, and also will discuss cocktail lounges In hotel* doing 1 1 l C. /« * f / | f / / ,> 

plans for a new hall. AO per eent or more transient 

* * * business /-> • m W /* W T f 


already been voted anil spent " 
Decision of Ks<|uimall council 
in agreeing to authorize the 


lilt. must also agree to It before 

Upon protest hv Ihe munici-'M ran become legal 


New Imperial Social (luh will hold a social evening commission was one to allow d~W d~M WM t d* i 1 ti dt • N/ v ■*, , 

April I at A p.m. In King* Road Hall, and also will discuss cocktail lounges In hotel* doing i l l C. il i ( l I f / / * 1 

plans for a new hall. AO per eent or more transient 

* * * business * M t /* II W 

A minor Influenza wave i* reported to have hit Victoria OTHER POINT* fb § m 

along with spring sunshine but according to city health officer Other recommendations called •'$4 O 

tlr. II. G.ylonMhe numbarof c««.U n n , alarminy »or cram tny ol liquor licence. ^ )w( . ^ h , m „ m .„ 

, hr,,, - om.nl. head and no,r dl.ru, hanrr, .p|U,rrn,l, , . rrrl.ln cl— 7 approval of Iran.lrr ol *7a.<»», ,rhool would have ,0 prr. 

•ymplom. of thc .irknc but health official, arc nol crrlaln 11 anla. cabaret, and nlghl rlub. J" hv-l.w ron.lrucuon -rm .no, her money by-law 10 

lliese are caused by the same virus. replacement of the present beer the people he noted 

A federal rr^arch hiire.u haa .been checking , he character parlor ay.lem hv public Queried ’w I, v thr board did 

I* ties <,r aimlllar affliction In Vancouver to determine if the iteeve joaepn i a*ey arm 11 , 


dl*4*a>#' is Ihe same as that carried to this contnent from France 
last year. 

* * * 

A 53-acre proper!) on Haultain. puichased from the city 
in 1917 by the department of national defense, will lx- sold by 
the Crown Asset* Disposal Corporation. 

Bounded bv llaulialn, Mt. Stephen, Ray and Fmpiie Street* 
the land wa* purchased for $8,200 from the city for use hj 
I hr ftCAF but never used 

a * * 

Three red lantern* were removed, planks were torn up 
and freshly laid rrmenl was messed up Sunday night by 
vandals al Ihe she nf curb rnnstrurtton Menxles and Michi- 
gan. pollre reported yesterday. 

♦ * * 

The Victoria cotjnell of the Amalgamated Civil Servants 
of Canada will hold It* monthly meeting Thursday *f A pm. 


eral MLA for Cowtchan New 
castle, left last night on * f!> 
ing visit to Ottawa in an *r 


taejv is 
can order 


# h«.r «»f *chool bv law conatruclion -ent another money by law lo 

rep ayment of the preoent bwr , f ^ lhp pcopls. he noted. 

pm m sys em ' Reeve Joseph Cater and Clr. Queried why the board did 

I II K Bale were Authorized to no1 n!sk deputy minisleli of 

If 1 |M<ii»|wv(l attend a Joint meeting of municipal affatr^mB- 1 Braee- 

IHU I I cl 1 1 1 It u Greater Victoria (OUinlL and l ^ ue f '*» 

_ “use their own discretion" in to prepa^ tliA bjlaw. 

P AI , L\. rrv making a decision. Mr i »'oied M i’ 

I’ III ■’ |*l I \ « , - . a. iioitung lii aw that can order 

I HI f ,i- interred approval. Includ- 

J • ? ' . 1 , - * council to prepare such a rnea- 

• Ing that from Reeve i **ey, lol 

I ) MAA lr«irA( A>* lowed a 70-mimile presemation 

>reaK\VdUr tn cmmeil hv Ihe (;reater VV “Mr Rmrrwrll dnr*n't mtirrlv 

inrla School Board solicitor, ] [ kr ,hl * ][r h "' •*» )r,r * 

Andrew Whisker, former L.»> Wlm „ m Ha ,, 1jinP , nd R.rhard ,h,,, ,hr money can he pulled 

eral MLA for Cowirhan Ncwr- p chairman ,rom * * l,h h * f - * r Don! *n- 

castle, left last night on * t!> " R . . trint{l . r |lr1,rtr rr n ,,rfi ’ 

Ing visit to Ottawa in an *t Mr Haldane *aid the transfer At a meeting with the deputy 

tempt *n get the backing of basically raised 'wo questions m1n | MPr "hr wa* a little ad 
B.C. MP« for proposals for a R>r counetl.^ Was it prartica^ «n aman , ua j^e discussion 

Crofton Vesuvius Bav ferry transfer $7.vonti from the < *»n pr»«; «tH)\ got a little heated he 
service and construction of a tral Junior High School by law M|f1 


In the Naval Veterans hraneh building of the Canadian Legion, n<iW brf>akwa , Pr at Ladysmith. that nf the Oak Bay by law. The solicitor wa* *i.h|ected io 

Mr. Whisker hope* for z >v, and rnuld It be done lawfully? questioning during bis present*- 
,, * * * ernment action on the pro|x> At a reirnt conference ol Hon, all leading in council ■ 

"O' tly tne»-ilng nf the \i<iona Ama'eur Movie ' luh w ill ,f p P 1S able In get the Saanich official* and Ihe boar I position of not having power »o 

. ' s ' * N «"°nal Film Hoard room* 1217 Wharf Street, hacking of R.l*. member • of t hc question waa raised a* in make the transfer a* it waa first 

the House of Commons before whether the transfer would coal proposed, and of later deferring 


imount. Mr. Haldane said. Di the cost. 

Ralfpayars Hm pnbably mdu., , m : hi. «n,, R«-v. 

. . , . J , n- . ( asev noted that he fell no ar- 

„„n, rarw wlwttwr Oak B»v |t#f) „„ traMf „ „ hn „ M h . 


Nothing Heard 
On Sect Plans 


North Kiwanians (-<> Hawaiian 


Chamber 
Welcomes 
10 Members 


l ’ucc film* made by the Winnipeg Tine < luh will be shown ip P Kaslcr recess Saanich mote than the sum any approval until II wa* known 

and Judged, and lotal members' film will also he shown. Mr. Whlskri said a new uhKma ,i v authorized bv the by- definitely the cost of Central 

AH member*, friend* and prisons interested In amateur brrnkwatei I* badly needed t.‘ ■, ( 

rnovie niaklng are welcome. I^ndysmlth lie explained that pou below lhe by-law Ihe government'* participation 

* * * the existing floating break arnou ,„ u r || 0 ldane said. ihe cost. 

Victorl-i liegoni.i Society will hold It* monthly meeting Wed water is eon-iantly bre, iking ‘ Indicating his approval. Rerv# 

nesdav al H p.m. at 716 Pandora W Turner will talk on plotting during atorms. Ratepayer* ere pro . . (* aaP y nr ,ted that he fell no ac- 

begonia* Col n The plan to link 'he Dun 'iuin't '-are whether »■> , Jon ,,,, tranafer should ba 

can area directly with Salt ^nre and whether Cenita! unlr „ unanimously sp- 

IT g w • am a Spring Island by a ferry h.- Sc ^ l ° l ro%l h< ‘ “ . proved by all municipalities 

\ d\W /» t B'a (Y / / g\ d F a*d / tween Crofton and Vesuvius rh '’ ,r, * n ^ fr, ,r mneerned 

llfPlIlltlll AltZUi ll Rav ha* long hcen advocated »•*««»!> ,hf Municipal AH 

O h> Island residents. Mr. VVI.i* through the munrll passing a 

d’ \ m W w ker *aid the government wha-f hv law authorl/lng 'he g |xq»*||\^ns* 

f if) / # * I da I) n at Crofton could he utilized In «wi'rh The rounril hv law VilldllllM I 

■ /M A A i f I f « *> such a «enire would he Ineffective however 

Mr Whisker plan* to return until Ogned hv the lieutenant IP/ 1 

A tiornev -General Robert Ron legislation was not Introduced from Ottawa In time for the governor-lneounriL Mr. Hal- dCOIllCS 

ner said yesterday he has re tn the House before defeat of provincial Liberal convention «n dane *ald 

reived no word from Doukhohor the government la*t week. Vancouver April 8 Cnlea* the municipal hv law i a ■ ■ ■ 

leaden regarding emigration of III Iwl Pfll I IP I* N 

their people lo Costa Rica. Y r ,L L' * * II •• 1V HIGIHUGI O 

Tin attorney general told the ilOriM KlUcUllcinS (jO iKlWclllcill PORT AI.RERNI Ten new 

legislature earlier this month members were welcomed lo rha 

ttiai leader* of the radical Son* i 
of Freedom had arranged with 
Costa Rican officials for emi- 
gration of the sect tn the Cen 
tial American country. 

Mr. Bonner *a!d he planned 
tn confer with federal govern- 
ment authorities on Arrange- 
men** for emigration whm the | 

Doukhohor* make known their 
plan*. 

According to a reliahle source ; 
however Costa Rican law wmild I 
prevent the emigration of new 
clll/rn* convicted of a criminal l 
offense In the five years pre- 1 
ceding entry to roe country. 

This possibility may tempo 
tartly har a limited number of 
Freedom lie* ronvlc’ed for acts 
of violence in the past five 
year* 

lacgxjization nf the Doukho- 
bor form of marriage, planned 
during the past session of the 
legislature, must now await an- , 
other session because enabling 


Wralhfr Forrraal 

F>*t Coast Vancouver Island — 
A few cloud*.. Winds north- 
west 15 m.ph High at Na- 
naimo 50 

West Coa.«t Vancouver T*land 

Cloudy with shower*. Not 
much change in temperature 
Light wind*. High at Eatevan 

45. 



With thr ttwishing of eras* skirt*, thr 
padding nf harr fret, and thr inrrrasing 
tempo of thr orchestra, three pretty 
“Hawaiian danerrs*’ highlichted the 
Victoria North Klwanis costume party 
hrld on Saturday evening. Left to 


right. Mrs. t.ronard Stelck. Mr* Rod 
Burhan. and Mr* Ted BouJdrn In the 
"orchestra" are Mr. Stelrk. Mr Buchan 
and Mr Boulden. — 'Photo by L 

Robertson. J 


PORT AI.RERNI Ten new 
member* were welcomed io tha 
regulf' luncheon meeting of 
Port Albernl and District (’ham- 
her of Commerce Monday hy 
chairman William Ru*«c|| Mr. 
Ru**cll rxpre>*c«J *.«H*fart ion 
with the result* of the recent 
membership drive 

A dinner meeting arranged 

for Monday, April 13 was po*t- 
poned on receipt of ar\ Invita- 
tion tn member* to »»tend a 
Joint dinner with Alhernl Board 
ol Trade acting a* host* 

The |, n» meenng " ll oe held 
April 21 when Hon P A Gag- 
laid!, minister of public works, 
will he guest speaker. 

Fire Damages 
Island Lhun li 

PORT ALBERN1 Damage 
wn» estimated at -lightly over 
$.W0 In a fire which broke out 
In Flr»t Baptist Church her# 
early Monday evening 

Port Alhernl volun'eer fire 
brigade responded to Ihe alarm 
shortly after 6 pm and wer# 
able to confine the blaze In the 
vicinity of the church parlor 
where ll started A coal sfnv# 
in the parlor had evidently *w. 
RUM nverhea'ed igniting 'he 
wall which wa* protected only 
by a sheet of tin. 






COLGATE ! 


TONIC 

Quick Relief 
for 

COUGHS -COLDS 


1€ Oatlti (Eoionifll v 


Discuss Exp 


ansion 
Of Nursery School 


Today's l*a I tern 


Burnside PTA tewing circles K pm it (hr James Ra 
will m«*et «t thr home of Mrs munilv Hall, with prove 
P. Wirtanen. 3J17 Dunedin Street, the crrebial palsy ansa 
\Yedne«tav. April 1. 8 p.m 


To da y 


? r ' ^ ^ 

ft \ Favorite 

Recipe 


Thr ringing of pre primaries 
in several districts was « point 
of discussion at the annual 
meeting of the Greater Victoria 
Nurserv School, Oak Hay and 
Wilmnt Place. 

ll was fell thar the shut- 
down presents a challenge to 
the school to accommodate a 


president, Dr. H M. Edmlson; 
vice-president, J.‘ W A Green; 
treasurer R J. Nation; secre- 
tary. Mrs R B Bush; admis- 
sions and m •mhership Mrs. 
Ross G. D Mi'Npfly ; public re- 
lations, Mrs. P. F. d'Estruhe; 
work. Mrs. John S. Slefanlcc 
and Cmdr. R X. Martin; repre- 
sentatives to the Nursery School 


Shoppers' preferences in pa. k 
.*ges |« the subject of scientific 
research ("anadian business is 
vitally interested In whether 
women choose the trlckv looking 
package with the new recipe 
or whether they prefer Iheit' 
round or square a* well a*, a 
host of other fads about buying 


Camoaun Chapter lODE will 
meet on Thursday. April 2 at 
the home of Mr* George Miles. 
1340 Stanley Avenue. 


O w* Daodivarii gives you 

ALL-DAY PROTCCTION 

— IN JUST 5 SECONDS I 


Sir James and Ijidv Douglas 
Chapter 10DK will meet at 


-lamr 


April *. a - i.) pm research." as it is called, new 

* * * ideas for more effective and 

An evening of games will more informative packaging aie 
be held Wednesday, April 1 . developed 


Island, describe* these the affev 
meringues. The m 

MKRINC.I KS 

children 

Beat 2 egg whiles until stiff, Hf , (l 
and arid l'j cup* white sugar, cussed n 
1 teaspoon baking powder, '* noon da 
teaspoon vanilla, and a few pv * n 

drops c o lo r I n g if desired. !° n u /] 

Beal all ingredient* thoroughly, p Bowes 
< over a baking sheet with a dent. Ex 
layer of wax paper. Drop by chairmen 
small s|Mtnnfuls onto ihe wax 
paper and hake In a .T2!Sdegree 
oven for <1 hour. 


quickly, effectively, 

Veto stops offending odor 
instantly, aafely. 


t* co-operative, takes J. W. A. Green. Mrs. R. S. 
from two to five years Martin. Mr*. W. B. Smith; re- 
The idea was dis- freshmenl convener Mrs. A. L. 
f expanding the after Bristowe. 

i->.*es fnr five-year-old* The committee reports showed 
l including a morning that ihe past year had been 
or that age group. most successful, and a special 
animous vote. Mr, G. vote of thanks was given to Mr. 
« was reelected pres I- Bowes and to Mrs. E. D Dur- 
crcutlve and committee rant, school director, for their 


• , «v><b/y 

f OJd. ,«»n« 

• W, U. ,km 

• W. far <*•*•. / 

• Ita,. mmml m jm 


At a christening 
Easter Sunday in 


lu the u uman who lungs to drop years from hrr age 

New wonder cosmetic 
brines youth -<nvin.<r 


service on 

Centennial 
United Church, the 20-month-old 
and Mrs. Art Farey 


son of Mr. j ' “ ~ 

Will receive rhe name Leonard 
George Bryant Farey. The Rev. 
Douglas R. Carr will officiate 
and godparent* will be the 
hahy’s uncle and aunt, Mr. and 
Mrs George Bryant, and Mr. 
Archie Fraser The baby Is the 
grandson of the late Mr. and 
Mr*. W S. Bryant and the late 
Mr. and Mrs. George Farey. Mr. 
and Mr* Farey will !#• at home 
to Inend* after the ceremony 
at their home. 6.T7 Frances 
Avenue. 


moisture to agin^ 
or drying-out skii 


vault 


Inj £ tui\ck Y\ kiftU 


GEORG! VI to ELIZABETH II 

I CHARLES CLAY 

Cano a*o« 4ul*o< 

An In! mol* ih*fy portraying <owrag« 

•Krowgh bo/Sooa and Sit lova ond da*o'<on 
to M« tomily and K., paopl# at <k>. b«- 
lenad K-ng and «K» (Mdttood and g-o-rtt. 
o< our Ouaan tluobaf*. II 

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• stamps rannot be accepted* lor 
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A bright smile bcconi *s 
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apply lipstick for a flattering 
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your teeth appear whiter. He 
careful and unhurried when 
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your lipline is clean and sure 
Wait a full minute or two and 
then bint with tissue. Reapply 
lipstick and blot again You 
should be able to go for hours 
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it all day under your make-up. 
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TKA ON UEDNESIIAY 

Colwnod PTA will hold r tea 
nn April 1 at the home nf 
Mrs. f.lnyd Mill* fi7 Mount 
View- Avenue A feature if 
the Ira will l>e a plant sa/e. 
Everyone Invited. 


Mere'* 1 1*** M-erri of 
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Donate $250 
To Library 


Here from Montreal for Easter 


Will Entertain 
At Coffee Party 


At the recent meeting of 
View Royal PTA the sum of 
$10 wan voted toward* the fund 
to send two students to the 
Kale Altken. well known broadcaster, journalist and world Coronation, 
traveler, who will be in Victoria on Thursday and Friday of Mrs. E. O. Pearson and Mrs 
next week will entertain at a coffee patty ai the Empress c. Burrett were named dele 
Hotel on Thursday morning Miss Aitken will speak to the gates to the annual meeting in 
Women’s Canadian Club on Thursday afternoon and on Friday North Vancouver in April, 
morning at 9 30 she will broadcast her Good Luck show j, WM announced that cur 


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and the principal's office. The 
sum of was donated to 

the school library and 25 table 
cloths In the school colors, yel- 
low and black, were presented 
for use at teas. 

Dr. Henrietta Anderson ua< 
guest speaker and told of her 
trip to New Zealand. 


Entertain n Delegate* 

During the annual meeting of the Rritish Columbia Girl 
Guides Council, Mrs. J. F. Cloke. Oliver Street had as her 
guests Mrs. Fred Whttehou.se, district commissioner of Stmilka- 
meen; Mrs Tom Cloke, Mrs. Margaret Hansen, all of Allen by, 
B.C.; and Miss Pat Humbly, of Copper Mountain. 


Home tit Cal gory 

Mrs. Lloyd Moulds has returned to her home In Calgary, 
after a visit here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy land Tubb, 
"La Rochelle," Lafayette Street, Oak Bay. 


Let's Dance Club will hold 
a social evening Tuesday, 
March 31, 8 p m., at 1012 Doug 
las Street. 


To Live in I ancon ver 

Mr. and Mrs George Wilkinson. 1060 Bank Street, left at 
the week end for Vancouver, where they will make their home 
In future. 


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Mrs. Eric Devonlsh recently returned to her Parktville home 
after spending the past few months on a trip to England where 
she visited her brother and other relatives. Mrs. Devonlsh went 
to England via the Panama Canal route and returned home 
through New York. 


Kill BAHR DtXKKRT 

Like the first robin, rhubarb 
Is a sure sign of spring. It's 
beginning to show' in quantifies 
in some markets, hut If you can't 
find the fresh, your grocer can 
probably supply the frozen type. 
Rhubarb can be cooked and 
served alone, or used in com 
blna t Ions with another spring 
food- strawberries. For a tasty 
dessert try combining one pack- 1 
age of frozen rhubarb with one 
package of frozen strawberries. 
Just let the two 'foods defrost, 
combine and add more sugar 
il desired. 


Mrs. Kirby A. Herchmor, with her two 
children, Patricia and Douglas, is here 
from Montreal to spend the Easter 
holidays with her parents, (’apt. and 
Mrs. J. H. Cattroll, Oliver Street. Kn 


route home. Mrs. Herchmer plans to 
visit her mother-in-law, Mrs, Jean 
Herchmer, in Vancouver, and her 
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 
W. I. Ferguson, in Winnipeg. 


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Wedding Takes Place 
At Garrison Chapel 


Royal Roads Chapter IODE 
will meet at headquarters, 1110 
Government Street on Wednes- 
day, April 1, at 8 p m. 


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A double ring ceremony jacket over the strapless bodice, tor, IODE. will meet or 

uniting in marriage Kathrine A headdress of lily of the valley day. April 2 at 2 pm. 

Mmlalo, daughter of Mr. and held her veil of white illusion 

Mrs. J. Minialo, Srnokey Lake, net, and she carried a white 

Alberta, and Sgt. Harvey James prayer book topped with an 

Reicheli, son of Mrs. F. Row- orchid and lily of the valley, 
swell, Fort Erie Ont., waa solem MIju Pearl Mlnlalo was brides- 
nixed by Chaplain R. C. H. for her K^ned In 

Dtine/nrd DSO. ,t Esqulmslt a >n*lh gown 

with matching stole. Her head- 
Garrison I hapej. dress was of pink feathered 

Wedding music was played by carnations to match her colonial 
Sgt. R. It. W. Troujpedale. bouquet. 

Entering me church on the Best man was Bdr. Peter M. 
arm of her brother-in-law, Mr. Knowles, and Mr. Gordon 
Gordon Nottingham, the bride Hawke* ushered, 
wore a ballerina length gown of The reception was held at the 
white nylon lace and net over home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon 
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of moving the h eddies was 
especially admired. 

Mrs. Pettit was also a wel- 
come visitor and Mrs. Doris' 
Horton of Sydney was made a 
new member. 

The com petit ton for the best 
apron and best bit of upholstery 
were both (ton by Mrs. Francis 
Clarke. 

Plans were discussed for the 
annual July exhibition held at 
the Empress Hotel. Interesting 
exhibits from other parts of 
Canada are among the plans. 

Mrs. Sydney Pickles reported 
change* In the weaving entries 
for the Saanich Fair. 

At the next meeting Miss 
Florence Daniels will speak of 
hrr experiences In Chicago. 


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In the first major research on chlorophyll * tooth- 
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The dramatic Boys Town study of gingivitis — 
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Chlorodent can bring healthier mouths to 
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Boya Town co-operated in this reflearch 
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One group brushed their teeth only with 
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white toothpaste. 

Results of this research appear in The 
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78 r r of the boys using Chlorodent showed 
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Chlorodent was proved tuiee os effect tie as the 
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TARKSVILLF. Plana for a 
garden party to be held at St. 
Anne's vicarage on May 27 were 
made at the regular meeting 
of St. Anne's Guild held at 
the home of Mra. J* F. R. Hic- 
key. | 

In addition to tea there will 
be a home conking stall. In 
the event of bad weather the 
tea will be held ai the pariah 
hall. Convener* wlU be chown 
a» the next meeting on April 
20 at the home of Mrs. Eric 
Winch. 


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1.25 Coping Saws 

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1.50 Flashlights 4ju»iitv_j«u 

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1.45 Pencils 

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At Father Flanagan'i Boya Town, Chlorodent provee twin* na effective I 


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In addition Chlorodent destroys mouth odors 
fights tooth decay, Wept teeth cleanest. 


Sale! Chisels 


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University dental experts compared the 
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proved that Chlnrodent’a patented cleans- 
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Scientists compared Chlorodent with a 
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Toy Cars 

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Cannlsters of 

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Inds Wringing — Ends Kneeling 


Sale! Bowl* _ P1 „ Uc mlxln „ 

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Model '52 packard 


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Sale! Plastlcvllle -Assorted 
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Pad and Covers T 

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vets. Special __ 


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butcher knives. 
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preserving kettles. 
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Nursery Set* M ! rrD i 

porcelain, «1 cup and saucer 
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CHICAGO (API News that SASKATOON <CP> 
his Irish sweepstake* tftket had worst ( iower /allure In 
won Wi.OOO reached Chicago toon history erupted M 
Saturday four hours after Alex morning with a blinding 
Hansen, 67 year -old widower. 0 f flame and a tremendou 
had died. Mrs. Dorothy Lyall, at the city's power plant 
his daughter, said, "We were v. iu 

wondering how we would v . r -i v h ^ son ' ‘ ' Wl 
meet the expenses" of funeral vnll r „ .. ’ * 


working near two switches with 
a steel measuring tape when the 
arc knifed through the room. He 
was pulled outside by fellow 
employees. 

Heat from the arc was so In 
tense it melted porcelain Insu- 
lators and fused brick and con 
crete walls. Two generators 


about the face. beside* home* and businesses. 


stopped, resulting In the power 


Luggage coverings which 
appear more glamorous and 
colorful each year are also more 
practical. For Instance, "Fahril- 
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luxurious leathers, were espe- 
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to scuffing and scratching, a 
lightweight, waterproof and 
flame proof finish and are re- 
sistant to alcohol and other 
liquids. They can also be washed 
with soap and water. 


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distinctly in a class of its own. 


tension or tne act for a new 
three year i*erlod during which 
loans can be made up to a total 
of VlOOOnonM) The bill was 
given final approval with the 
amendment 

Stanley Knowles (CCF-Wlnnl- 
peg North Centre) and Robert 
Fair < SC Battle River), wel- 
comed the Increase, but sug- 
gested it should have been 
boosted to $5 000 or $6,000. 

Karl Catherwood tPCHaldi- 
mandt, said in view of the 
good repayment record — only 


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tasting and inexpensive. 


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Korea <AP) — The 
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was killed Thursday on Koje 
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and another was fatally shot 
Friday when he attacked an 
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VANCOUVER (CP) — Two 
women narrowly escaped gas- 
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Jots in his room to commit 
suicide, police said. 

Dead Is William Thomas Mr- 
Connell. Revived by the city 
Inhalatnr squad were Mrs. Jean 
Burnett. 3 i, an d M rs. A 
Cammes. 

Polire said the gas was first 
noticed by Mrs. Burnett, who 
broke into McConnell's room 
and found him unconscious with 
his head in the oven of the stove 
and all the windows and doors 
sealed. 

Four gas jets and the oven 
were turned on full. Mrs. Bur 


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innaiator chief William Brad 
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Canada had about 8,000 
women and 5.100 men 90 years 


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Emotion Grips York Theatre Audience 
As Hasty Heart Scores in Comeback 


{tailij (Colonial Vif,or “- b.c., t«w., Marck 31 , 19 S 3 


B\ MAI l<Y GWYNNF 

Thorp vCa* not a dry hand- 
kerchief in the audience of the 
York Theatre after last night* 
performance of "The Hasty 
Heart." 

When the watcher* weren't 
frying they were laughing them 
seises to tears. 

rtouhr concerning the ability of 
Michael Rotherey to rornblne 
Intense feeling and comedy, all 
In one role. It was dispelled with 
his portrayal of the dour Scot 
aergeant. I-aughlan McLaughlin. 

Mr. Rotherey vied fop the 
acting honor* with Allpn Farrell 
who played the exacting and 
convincing role of "Blossom." 
n Bnsulo natlvp whose eommand 
of the English language is con 
fined to his name Blossom 


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NEWS 


A Bomb Blast 

Prince Philip Visits 
I anaitlan Forces In 
Germany 

Marshal Tito In 
Britain 

R.C.A F. Sabre -lrt« 
In France 

S porta — Faal Action 
In Golden Glove* 

Baokefball Mnala 
In l\H. 


feature onScnmi! 

A 


Never Before Such 
a Searching Story 

“The Story 
Of Mandy” 

Feature at I.A7, 1.27, 
«.57. ».27 


Briefly the xtory tells the 
problem of living together in 
a small military hospital In 
Burma during the Second World 
War. 

MADE LIVEABLE 

Five soldiers an American, 
played by Robert Tabor, a New 

an Australian. Alexander Gray 

have all manged to make con 
ditionx liveable until the arrival 
of Sgl. Laughlan McLaughlan. 

The proud, self-sufficient Scot 
ward* off all attempts of his 
mates to be friendly until they 
break down his reserve with 
h birthday party, instigated by 
the nurse, played by Elizabeth 
Knight. 

Despite his aloofness, they 
struggle to make him a friend 
because they have been told 
he is noon tn die. 

This event ually becomes 
known to "Lockie" and he once 
again brings the cold, hitter 
side of his nature to the fore. 

"Rlossom ” not knowing what 
Is going on. atlempis in make 
an offering to Lockie In the 
form nf beads and Is harshly 
treated for his "pity.** 

The complete bewilderment 
and flhork displayed bv Mr 
Farrell, and his fine acting in 
the wordless rede he plays al- 
most made him the star of the 
show 

The whole cast turned In one 
of the most polished perform- 
ances yet to come from the 
York stage and gave the alter 
nate|y tender and exasperating 
role plavpd hv Mr Rotherey a 
tremendous depth of feeling. 

Tills wonderful stnrv of 
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through a common Torre 

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wounds— has some of the most 
tender and humorous dialogue 
the theatre has to offer. 

It wt'*^ n nt be a hasty action 
If you go to see 'The Hasty 
Heart," but * lesson in human 
emotions vnu will be a Jong 
lime forgetting. 

lit Trip Fund 
For Students 

Coronation trip fund for two 
Greater Victoria high school 
students yesterday reached 
SL486, school officials said. 

They noted that oil arrange- 
ments for the trip will have to 
he completed by April 10. The 
fund is aiming at S2.000. Col- 
lections among schools last week 
are not yet fully counted in the 
fund total. 

Services Set 
For Pioneer 

NANAIMO Funeral services 
take place Tuesday afternoon 
for pioneer citizen John William 
"Dyson" Hirst, whose death 
occurred in hospital at the age 
of 63 He was the son of an 
early Nanaimo couple. 

He was brought here as an In 
fant from Coupevllle. Whldby 
Island, Wash., and whs for 
many employed by Canadian 
Collieries and latterly at the 
pulp mill. 

Surviving are his widow; 
two sons. James of Duncan and 
Glenn at home; hia mother. Mrs. 
Ada Scholwalter of Coupevllle, 
and two grandchildren. 

Service* will he conducted at 
Westwood’s Funeral Home. 


Amunementn 

ON TIIE SCREEN 

Atlas — "The Wild Heart" 
plus ’The Lady With a 
Lamp," 

Capitol — "The Sniper” at 
3.27. 6.30, 9.33. plus "Go 
Away. Mr Stowaway" at 
1.39, 5.02. 8.05. 

Dominion — "Laughter In 
Paradise" plus Royal 
Heritage." 

Fox — "Hotel Sahara" plus 
"Valley of the Eagles." 
Doors at 6.30. Last com- 
plete show' at 8.20. 

Odeon — ‘The Story of 
Mandy" at 1.57, 4.27. 6.57, 
9 27. 

Oak Bay — "The Girl In 
While" at 7.1H. 9.26. 

Flaxa "High Noon" 1.05, 
.1.51. 6 37. 9.33, plus "Cap- 
tain Scarlett" 2 33, 5.19, 
8X5 

Royal "The Naked Spur" 
hi 135, 3 33. Til, 7 29. 
9.32. 

Tlllictim — "Guest In the 
House" at 8 45, plus 
“Young Daniel Boone" at 
700 10,45. 

ON THE STAGE 

York “The Hasty Heart" 
at 8 00 p.m. 


Final Symphony Goncert 

Modern Music Clicks at Royal 


B1 RAY BA INKS 

Who said .Victorians don’t like 
modern music? 

Last night’s final Victoria 
Symphony Orchestra concert 
featured three works comoo>,*d 

in m, T 

contrast, one composed in 1795. 

And the audience wouldn't 
stop clapping after both the 
Stravlij.sk> “Firebird" Suite and 
the fascinating Ravel "Bolero." 

Part of the ovation may have 
been a last-concert tribute to 
Hanx Gruber and the orchestra 
for their work throughout the 
season, but me music inspired 
it. 

Watching the Firebird Suite 
performed, an audience can 
easily see why it isn't performed 
more often and why the Victoria 
orchestra did a tremendous job 
on the difficult work. One nf the 

Plans Delayed 
tor Island Film 

.Shooting of * Hollywood 
film baaed on Vancouver In- 
land's logging Industry has 
been postponed a year. It was 
announced yesterday. 

The film was scheduled to go 
into production near Nanaimo 
last month. 

Lack of accommodation in 
Nanaimo, and lark of time, 
were given by Republic Pic- 
tures a* the reasons the film- 
ing was postponed. It was nl«o 
hinted tha< the movie company 
may shoot th? film in three 
dimension rather than “flat." 


musicians expressed It more and plaudits when It was first phony in C was a marked con- 
aptly than I can when asked p | n> ,.,i j, ,u|| the *ub|ccl trast to the later modern works, 
about H during rehearsals. <,f mi , n y ^ heated argument and Played excellently by the or 
MIKUKR, HE SA\S p | S S |,n | ( j a ^ n j at „| heard with i-hestra. It Is, nevertheless, not 

It * murder, he .said. satisfaction by millions nearly as satisfying nor d“- 


and demands the best every in wu* excellent and marred only poser's laier works, 
strumeniihst ran give. Mr briefly by a couple of rough Except for a vague similarity 
Gruber took the work at a little solo passages. For the soloists In content, the Sixth Symphony 
slower tempo than Is usual, per this was "murder" too. and the triumphant "Erolca" 

haps, because tie likes it that TRIBUTE TO QI EEN seem hardly to have been corn- 

way and. perhaps, out of con- p^..^ a , v , r ^ rubrr ‘s re pnsrrt by ,be sam * m K n * 
snieiation for the orchestra, quest as a tribute to the ia'e For the audiences who have 
Except for a few minor tech- gucen Mary. Bather'* lovely watched the orchestra grow in 
nlcal difficulties in one or two -Adagio for Strings" opened the stature and improve in quality, 
solo parts, the orchestra Justi- program. The young conductor 1»« night's concert was an un- 
tied Mr Gruber's confidence asked for no applause after the usual and satisfying evjieriemc 
and earned the loud apprevl- work as a gesture to the late We don't think It would lx? 
atlon from a near capaoitv nidi- Qmrn Suffice to say, there irrelevant to note that the 
ence. The exciting flnaie move-* fore. It fitted its purpose last steady Improvement is largely 
ment was particularly fine ’night and was played beautt- due to the work of Hans Gru- 
Ravel’s controversial "Hblero" fully by the orrhe-tra. her. both in the rehearsal rooms 

earned the composer both jibes The Beethoven "Jrnaer" Svm- and on the Royal Theatte stage 


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Fibber MrOea 


People Ar* funny 


H'Wl Sport 

Rime Shop 
Pintail 

Danny Vaiiahh 


Jack Short Show 


CBC Newt 
Newt Roundup 
Leicester Buuara 
Lelraaler Square 


7o« Sik-for-Cn* 

1 14 Rl«.fnr One 

1 19 Concari Hall 
1 44 Concert Hall 


Bitter Cii.a 
Silver Kaal* 
Bparrlna Parlnrr* 


Norman Cloutier 
Norinan Clnllllar 
Heler Salem 
Pevar Balrm 


Ntw* Cash Clue# 

Cavli Clue* 

Warn* King 
Wayne King 


Prop)* Ar# Funny Two for th# Money 
Hollywood Mualc Hall Danteroua 
Hollywood Mualc Hall Aa*t|mnrnl 


Jack Bbort Shu* 
Concert Hall 
Concert Hall 


BIRTHS 


ft pare in* Partner* 


Lowell Thomai 
Report to th* Wen 
Mr and Mr* North 
Mr ant Mr* North 


On# Man a Pamlly Crippled Children High Adventure 

Nawa Coliegiat* Sing Kith Aflveniur* 

Cavalcada of America Rrmphonr urrti*»ir* Count of Mont* 
r* • alcada of America «>mpnonr Orche»tra Crlato 


N'W*. Around Horn* 

Your City Half 
In Search of 
Ouraflvra 


Nrw*. Weather Newt. Patting Year* Nation'* Buatnea* 
AI Povith tr, *>pini' n Trapper*' Petliial 

Search of Ourael*#* Denny Vaughn Twenty Queation# 


DtiunniN At the i*»ii»ei>e* J*ot 

Quadra Street on March Man# 

Dvijardln aged #1 y**r», »lf* rJ Pcral- 
nand Du)»r«Mn one n in Belgium and 
realdent her# for four year* aivJ form- 
erly of Delorame. Man fth* le*»e« be- 
• ide* h»r huananfj one »nn. Rn«». In 
Deloraine Man a titter Mr* C, 

Donrit of Victoria and one brother. 

Charlrv Rernatrt In Delorame Man 

Th* remain* are helng arrornpanied on 

today a hna*. *n route to Delorame, n on flymphnnt Oiftcirt 
Man where Mat* will be celanra'ad and II 14 Symphony Concert 
Interment made McCall Br#» , Funeral 1 1 30 Mu#4« Till Mldhlgh 


Twenty Questions 


I *4 Search of Ouraelvaa 9 nymg Sam 


Commit tor Mil 
Comtm* for F H 1 
Why Did They Do II 
Why Did They Do » 


Cafe Continental 
Cafe Continental 
Mr Bhow business 
Mr Bhowbualnts* 


Rymnhony Orchenir* 
fl>mpl»ony Otcheaira 
New* 

Erwm D Canltam 


Clean Hardy 
Fulion Lewi* Jr 
Search That Never 
End* 


1 Was a Communist Nrw» rh*»i 
I A'a* a Cuuimurilat TTrasur* Cheat 
Movietown Theatr# Treasure Cheat 
Movterown Theatre Treaaui* Cheat 


Dor l a Day 
Loitall* Paraont 
Pat Hays* 

Junior Mia* 


Wattitim* 
Waititim* 
Uooty'a Muala 
Bing Ninit 


BARTON Born io M 
F Barton 343' C 
pin. Praner A tiller 
1»AI at lh* R ■•»*' J 


Bwrapitakea 

Dance Tim# 
Dane* Tima 
Dane* Time 


Answer Man 
Frank Edward* 

Chuckwasnn Jamb. 
CYiuiawaann Jamb. 


Keith Cutler 
Doctor a Viewpoint 
Toronto Brmphnnr 
Tnrunm Rrmphotif 


Nawa 

Dream Meat at 

Clo*# nf Day 
CYiaptl Chime* 


World Final 


Richfield Reporter 
Newt. Weather 

Fillmore Hotel Orrh 
Riltmore Hotel Orcb 


CAFTIER Born '« 
Car'iev 114# Haul' 
BC *• R«t*l 1 
Thursday March 3 
Wilfred * Iba 7 og 
a 13 n* 


I!) BI SINHSS SKKV ICT1S 


Newt, Doghoua* 1 1 .00 

Bill Ward a Doghoua* | 11 IS 
BUI Ward's Doghuuao 11 SO 
BUI Ward's Poahouaa ! II *4 


Chuckwaaon Jamo 
Chuekwacon Jamb 
Chuckwagnn Jamb 


Toronto EW rap ft nor 
Toronto Aympbonr 
V c Water* 


Nawa Dance Tim* 

Jan at Phllharmonie Dane# Tim# 
Dance Tim# 


Nawa. Kanmim 
Spinner Sanctum 
Spinner Banctom 


V N Tod*# 
Midnight Onnrert 
Midnight Concert 


Paging 

Pacing 

Pacing 


BULLDOZINO 

A BETTER BULLDOZINO JOB WITH 
our Main oterhaad inatlaD- 
Road building eaiatatlng yardin* 
logging back fill* 


Jaai at Philha(mnnit 


Chuckwasnn Jamb 


J*.-; at Pmilianniihi- Dance Tun* 


13 WANTED — .WALK HELP 13 WANTED— MALE HELP 


Eftll On Marrh »® IBM tn Vino 
' RC Merman Erl: *#rl U horn 

VJt thrla H* lea.ar nil wl?» in ' 
i.iria, i*a »u«* John Irb of Nell 
M C and WUliam Eto of Vlriu 
one daughter. Mn A kUarr ut 1 
if* 'Otia Ian alalera. Mr*. B WlJ 

i*. and Mr* J K Wllwn m Vlel**rla ' 

(#1 gcanJrhUdren nleca* and nephew* 

in runnel hi-Iu n llayward* I 

Funeral Chapel no Thursday. April 1 
O I 10 pm lie i J L W M>l*an utt 
l.v sung fallustd Uy iianiatiun 


Television for Tuesd 


CAN rou HKLL APPUANCBJJ VOUNG MAN TO LEARN LDMBFR 

burlnraa Junior matriculation or equlv- 
Twa appliance and TV men wanted alnit r*ouli*d Rot 7«A Victoria Pres* 
immediately Uenetuu* cummiaalun 

o#*t> Train while yuj earn Fuf ap- 
pt'inunent, phunc U Mil any tiiu* 

Monday 

TWO WHEEL WASHIRN .HIT MEN i 
and l*o top washer* lur live minute tar 
waah 9ta'.a eipeitenca If auv age. 

Wage* asnl'd and Whether lull «/ patl 
time, and phone number Bot 1»*». Vic- 
toria Praal 


UKEENIDUC AI her 


Mime, 114* Em- 

Avenue un Monday, Max- h 1'P, 
Mr* Mabel Lcirriw* (1*»* tltlgv 
73 years, a resident isf Vlrlurla 
'he past J5 >par* Burvlyad by 
hu>band and one won Fred ot 
irlw un* daughter Els|# uf Cal* 
fuur granchildren and one D'er 
tleriruil* Seale or Vi< lorta 
remain* ar* reailng In the lbom- 
ineral Home pending funeral ar- 


JACK HENSON 
1193 Caiay Road. J 3443 


9TATION KINO-TV 
1 44 BUI Moahler 
I r 0 UN Oerseral Assembly 
EOV Teat Patttra 
10 74 New* 

Id Id Arthur Godfrey 

10 si Guiding Ueht 
It mi Las* of Ua* 

11 1.4 Search for Tnmorruw 
II 10 Ding Don# Sr.hnol 
I7IW Big Paroff 

I) 10 Garry Moor# 

IJ 44 Bride and Groom 
1 ill Kata Smith 
3*0 King a Workshop 

3 10 King'* Queen 
J 14 i Vamt# Vieaa 

J 10 King * Kamera 

4 10 Market Uagir 

* 44 short dimming* 


srarTLE. cmannil s 
4 04 Wild Bill HkkOk 
4 JI Sheriff let 
144 Oaala and Harrlal 

* Jn Dr Gear* a Taylor 

* *4 Early Kdiilim 

7 00 I Two for the Mane# 

1 JO ' Armchair Adventure 

I 44 Washington stat* Reporter 
IMIJ Loy* Lucy 

140 Bill OMaia 
k 44 Three Queaaea 
g 00 I People's Pars'!* 

* Jo Chevron Theatr* 
in 00 World Today 

in io Public Proaecuior 

10 JO Mr and Mr*. North 

I I 00 ; Rocky King 

11 JO . Martin Kan* 

IJ 00 I Nightcap Final 


BULLDOZING AND CLEARING. ROAD 
(railing and bsrk-tlllinc Tba riglil 
macniu* lot every lob 

JOHN KtaSlNOEn JR 
B it j» Das B 1*41 Night 

BULLDOZING EXCAVATING BACK- 
filling- logging and road building, 
ftiaiuey Cleumufl. Ml 4 AockwiU Minus 
Phone O JIM 

BULLDOZINO- EXPERIENCED OPXNA- 
tar J D Thompson O 1*40 


NORWOOD Born i. 
don Hnrwo-iil get 
B i' -'•> Mat'll 
Jublie* llospilai * 


Wonted ImmedioTely 


Drug atuckioan, raparlenc* nut netvasarV 
Applicant usual b* gulrk and willing, ag* 
If to 13 Pleat* apply Personnel Office 


OVERTON h 


CifDDY In Penile ton Hospital Pentic- 
ton. Hi' on Hun day Maith J* Hll, 
Mr Charles l.m-it lied AH born ai 
Cardiff. Bnuth Wales furmerl# of Cal- 
gary arid Medicine ||a> and a realdent 
nf Vle'orls for ih# past 13 year* Hur- 
t's *d by Bia wife Jean two daughterv 
Mrs Anne Turner nf Victoria Mr*. 
Jean Hayward of Penliclon iwo aon* 
N E and C G. boih of Peniicion 
iwti giandchlldran and on# staler and 
on* brother in England Mr Giddy 
■ as an honorary Ilf* mem her nf A t 
Ar A M Medicine H*» and a pa** 
p#' • in of Oak Bar Chap'er. OEN 
Victoria 

Funeral ariantemenla will b# an- 
nounrad >a'*r 


Hudson's B^y Compony 


TRIPP fn Victoria on Match JO. 1141 
David Alfce-i Txlpp -if Jk.yj Ilia-ktiKid 
B'ree- aged *4 y**rt, a raalitent of 
Victoria and dislnri for th* oaai 7a 
year* If* l> turvlved by wo dauthier. 
Mr* M*r|or|# Jackfln of Victoria and 
Mr* Franco* Button of Lulu Island 
RC on* ion. Alfred of Vls-toria aiy 
grandchi.dren and ala gieai grand 
ehllrtren The lat# Mr Tripp ■** a 
charier member of th* Onler of 
Forea'ara 

FMnerat aervfcea from McCall Brea • 
Floral Furfaral Chao*l on Wednesday 
aflernonn, April 1 as 1 II o'clock ln*er- 
meiyi in Coiwond Burial Park 


WEENEV-BUXTi »K Mr and Mrs N J. 
Sweeney 141 Cralgflnwcr Rd . Victoria 
H r announce ih* enkaaemee.t of 
their daughter rauiela n** to Cpi 
David Bul'nn. *«n of Mr* P Ruaton. 
Ml Head B' and 'he )*<e Mr P M 
Billion Weddin* to «*k» place April 
J4 1*41 *i 7 o m tn Bi Paul # Naval 
and Garrison Chuich . 


EVANS. COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS LTD 

Pnr Buildoaing and Shn**i Work 
»O0 WHARF STREET PHONE BHOg 


13s SALESMEN AND AtiENTS 
WANTED 


AN AVERAGE GOOD SALESMAN nPEN , N ry go It BAI.EB REPREBETfT A - 
• ' -J ‘y*?* “L;! !'.u! HI* to roman public and veil our 
V,^ M^rJJe »B*^tl#r II00 per ‘hrnugh larg. daparlmenl .lore 

R "„" IJ, Quallflrallon* muai he alncer* and Will- 

rviu > I • .* iB rw# i B p n ' R >0J 1,04 mg -.o aurk for hetUr than average earn 

1 _ - nga Applicant telerlad TO'iat own car 

REVERAL YOUNG MIN REQUIRED FOR and b# bonded Previous sale* e«p#rlen>a 
asaiaung Vancouver Island manager in halpful but not necraaary TrsorBlign 
prisnialiunal work Free lo travel, high- irglnlng given hy manufacturer plu* 
rat nf earnint* guaranteed B*r Mr field training and rrmatant a**'at«nf# in 
F. Crow*, at th* Dominion Hotel Tuesday rlosma of rale* Drawing account paid 
between 1 and • a m weekly with bonus paid aeml-monthly 

’ Phon* ■ I4JJ. after 7 pm Tuesday 

EXPERIENCED MAN POR I A M TO * CONTACT MAN 

« ru nigh! ahift two night* per week and _ , hllll(lln _ 

one Sunday day shift ***r. two weeks J® work * 1 ,n ' * n?n Z ' d.‘. win. ^ . * 
L-ase wrlt'en aPPUc.Uon a, IN H1lla.de ^'m ^tertlc^. .Tl * ; llw AoDh 
Aipniit, ,, h ■!»••! 


COPLEY BROTHERS 

BuUdotera Bhoeeit and Land Clearing 
Machinery of Heyolutlonary New Design. 
CnlBUlU 434 or E7-M 43«0 Caret Read 


MARRIAGES 


. CHANNEL II 
Th# Big Show 

To Be Announced 
To B» Announced 
Danger * 
Newsreel 
Lat* fthny# 

Sign Off 


BROW’V -SYLVESTER — Th# mkrrlaga II 
announced of Pg'rina Caldwell By I- 
reaier daugmer pf Mr* .1 W Parker. 
Cordoy* Ba) Road Victoria. R r and 
M - j M 8)ly** er, filmnntnn AI- 
hen# tn Mr Rnner* Biewari Brown, 
ann nf Mr and Mr* F Itrnwn. IU44 
Newon R'r**' The marriage >iun 
plare nn Saturday. M*r*h Ik at I p m 
In the First United Church with Rev 
Molr Wear* aincla'lng 


Cirri* 11 Ranch 
Flaah Onrdon 
Eaatar IHorf 
Bcrapbnnk 
Jan# Ftohmaa 
Bishop Sheen 
Newareal 


LFAL Suddenly In Vlrlaria nn Mai‘h 
10 IBS J William Leal aged 74 year*, 
beloved husband of Bydney Laal 1141 
Yales Street The lai* Mr Leal * a* 
s member of <h# Canadian Pacific 
Lawn Rowling Club 

PMueral arrangement* will b# an- 
nouiKtd later by th# Thomson Funcrat 
Hum* 


BtTI DING CONTRA! TOSS 

O II POPE. BUILDER AND TON 
tractor Home building repair* and rr 
mod*lli>R Phon# G 1*0 and Cnldulli 
•0T J J I • Itrnad Rliee* 


WRIGHT In Viclori* RC on Munda# 
March 11 1841 Mr. Connie Wrlghi 

aged IJ year* been at Hilda. Alta 
and t resident of Victoria fur Ot# patl 
•I* year# lurvived by fl»# brothers 
a vl *wo a i ai *r • I 

Funeral sarvlce# will tu> held as th* 
Parol Mnrtuar* Umlird Meamrial 
Charvei of Chim*t on Wi»Jn#tda#. April 
1 1941 at 1 n m In'eimetit in Ih* Ruyal 
Oak Burial Park 


1 COMING EVENTS 


• NEW CRAFT 

W# have a yary fine aalectlon of hand- 
forged iron from II 94 Barbacue fork*, 
pokers lira Oust, tandl* sticks In fan- 
out pauein* and glsas-mppa d lablaa in 
fuur liars 

Till QU»T 
POIt 

HANUCItAFTB 

SQ7 Port Street Phou* E gl«4 

OUJ-TfMK DANCB 

FUR REPAIR HEM VICS Wednesday gJS-UJO 

TUI toala rabaired eaalyiad anorti-s llomestradtrs Orcheatra - Prise* 
rape# relined (leaned, alaaed Free eatl VICTORIA UALLftuOM 

males Moderate charaaa Cali d#ll»#f ~ - — - - - _ , . ... - — 

Paul 10% Beach Drlaa 8 JJM CLUB TANGO HUPPER CLUB DANCE. 

— ■ - • Do private parties dance*, racapiipna 

GOOD CLOTHES ALTERED TO FIT POR Rraarvatlon* E 3190 

OAkVwJ VJSSSt m oltftfT' WOMEN OP THE MOOSE BINGO PARTY 
J Swan .proprietor! Phon# E0I81 «h* Mona* dirt* Drill Team Tuesday 


SIROCCO BALLROOM 
Soaca available foe dub meeting* ban 
duet* wedding*, o a r 1 1 a a rnecerta 
nances Reasonable rates R *211 


PAVER -In Victoria, BC on BunJay, 

MarctP J» mil. Mi Harold Payer 
aged 1* year- horn in Houlti Mill ird 
Yorkshire England and a resist ril 
of Victoria lur the u*M 4J tears, lai# 
residence 1*71 Dei'lrisri Hir-et Aar- 
yived by hit loviii* oif*. Mar<* ai - 
Is.. lur two eisnt Alan of l«4 J#<eoh Cut ft# 
81 real ansi ll 1C of 34*1 Cavessdlsll 'leautlf 
AyyilMg Isisif g< ass tli lilhlren Th* l*i* 

Mr Payer was a member sst Use Nil- 
lanrila l.'sdae No 73 A f A AM 
O R BC Past Grand ol (he Vic' trie 
1 -fHige No I loop end # me mti# r 
of lh* Car is# risers - Union 
funeral services will he held *L 'he 
Bauds Mortuary Ltd Memorial Chep 'I 
isf Chimes stn Wednesday April I 1441 
*f I M pm Canon t>enr( 
rie'lng Interment In 
Burial Perk 


JUNIOR CLERK REQUIRED ABOUT Ik 
Oocid oppsiriunlty fur edyanrement 
Apply la office manaaer. Tin Canada 
trust Cu 


RICH OPPORTUNITY PuM 8AI.FRMEN 
Aell inade-to-meaasirv 8tel*un ahirts di- 
rert to wearer Pats lo earn Mil daliv 
Write Mlrlaoti ftlllr: Cousyahy. Puelal 

•C " Montreal 


A BETTER JOB * BETTER PR ICS 
for repair* af any kind additional 
room* cribbing, fences raainet wtsrk. 
Isuuea framing i*uor rontrari* Phurs* 
Hun and Mu? H lg«4. ■ 4111 *’*• 

eaAtmatoa 

PfMJM Till DOO HOURS TO WHERE 
th* Old Men usually stay* W* ean re- 
build both la suit the family's need* 
Phnn* O 1133 or G nil 


We wish to Uienk Hi* relatl***. friends 

• lai* Mrs Annie 

• st tvinisailiy ant! 
*• attended durlo# 
nl W* also wish 
ami nurses of 111 * 


YOUNG MAN POR STOCKROOM GOOD Station 
l-hanse la learn business tllve egr ey- ... 

irerieiic# If an# tu Buc 14k Victoria 1« " 

Pr-sa — 

W A VII 

NIGHT DISPATCH Elt FOR TAXI OF- m „„,„ 
fire Pull isartirular* lo Uoi 741 Creek 
Vlrlaria Press p.i*».lil# 

WANTED MAN FOR WINDOW CLEAN- P* 

Ing Egperlcnc* deilrable Steady Job. f' , u 
Bo* 7JT. Victoria Prea* y 


SQUARE DEAt CONSTRUCTION 
Carpentry alteration* repair*, fencing, 
addition* An? irpair around tha horn*. 
Nothing too email E 4340 


IN MK.MOKIAMK 


FLOWER In Invlesg memory nf uu. 
K* li'een Flower who died March 90. 
at oak 1*41 

Nnihlnc ran eser take aear 
, The lay* a hearl hnlda dear 

™ * F"l><1 0 »*tl>ftrl*» linger eyer# day. 

Vlnial And rememlsranc* keepi h»r near 
iV hi" —Eve* rerremHered h» 'he family Dad 
d*n* nl If'"* a"d Hep alan Barnai a and Jim 


ALL HOUSE REPAIRS ALTER ATfriNB. 
antlers fencing, k'.ep* Phon* MLe* 
Anwylt 0*411 


VISIT JANES PLACE. ISIS DOUGLAS 
S' rest for new and u*«d sat gains in 
slashing, furniture China and small 
article* tie. We buy sod a*. I E OUT 


A 1.0 Mr and Mr* ' 
i leke Al' a wi*>» m 
errleg* nf their daugh- 
n ft# H«f *•# J#m*s 

I Mrs f Rnw swell n! 

Hn Th* wedding "nn* 
larch in in 'he E»uul- Vlctrria f«r 
'h#pe| w'fh ••*# Chen- iwn denghters 
pnnafnrd 080 off*- nf Vie'nrla a 

Thnrnhlll Or 

— — . . - dr*n 

itaRMt 44 r and Mr* Funeral sersl 

iWUiend, 1*31 Veie'an rnuser. BC. In 
a Rr annnunre the dra' rm T'tewh 
lr ilaiighlT Re" r Mk* flee U 8 inf 
Will Ians Wambnlt »nn mer-.t in Ore* 
s Prksiy W Wamhni! o*rd s no Fu 
eel nartmnwill Nutt 
s- 'lace tank ptseo R*f- RONIMTSe-Ou 
I in St l.uke * ClturcH. R<sei#rt Enhsi 


SERVICE. HOUSEHOLD 
demage window*, eto. 
I Tom and Earl. E •!!> 


7 FUNERAL HIKE* TORS 


Where on Earth 


LOST SLACK CORDE -PURSE WITH 
• tile' and cigar*''* rase with initials 
VMM. ehnul kl't Fli.de* mat keep 
mnnee fur return el pu tee etc l son 


SANDS MORTUARY LTD 

on ADR A AT NORTH PARK 

“The Memorial Chapel 
of Chimes'* 

. EMPIRE 7511 


CALL THE HO USB DOCTOR HOM1 
end building repair* Well* 8 7948 


NrENOGRAPHFR FOR GENERAL WORK 
ih letter Vlrlorl# real rsia** hnut* 

A u|e In meet public, preferably enme 
• elephnn* eypertenre Ple*s» reply elat- 

ing baste particular* end req-nre men's 
all reiille* kepi enllrelv confldenllel 
Bo* 1894. Victoria Prea# 

STENOGRAPHER, PLEASANT VARIED 

Stork m raodfth office Knowledge of e 0JM FOR CEMIRT WORK OF AIX 
general office routine, permanent posi- 
tion In reply stale full abilities end 
persona) parliruiars wilii talar? deiheiJ 
Virion* Pres* 


CATERING AT MODERATE PRICES. 
Aeddlnga lea* cn.y' an ..a- tin an.i ahuW* 
art a aper tally Phone B XJIS or 8 4181 


I4J8T SATURDAY JI8T ORET CAIRN 
letrier. vicinity Burnside and Toimi* 
Answers io name CltunHe " Oreat pal 
Phone Cl 1043 eseolnat Reward 


McCALL BROS 

“Th# Flora. Funeral CliaoeP* 
New Small sr Sparluu* Cltapel 
Beautiful In Aoooinimeni 
1400 VANCOUVER STREET 0 


LADIES SUITS AND COATS. SIZES 1]. 
•4 and 18 Irnm 13 30 iu 14 40 
THE BAZAAR IJ11 Bruad Ulreel 

OFkN EVENINGS— PERFECT PERMA- 
nenu fur oarlirular oeaoio Hilda 
Beauty flhup E 0731 

CASTER EGGS PROM ENGLAND. 
N«>v*iii*4 am# Easter alii# for groan- 
upa tco' English Sweet Shop, 1J8 Ya'e# 

OAHDEN8 ROTOVATEO KNTTILH 
i"iad gale No broken spring charges 
Arm* D in, Keeling >vv. .-oil erf 


Sait 

WIPERS AND CHAMOIS PRIEILS POR 
five -minute aulo wash Stale egperlerx* 
ll *ri) age. wag** wanted and whether 
full nr putt lime, and phone number 
But 1870 Victoria Pre«t 

AN OPENING IS AVAILABLE POR AN 
eypr'irnred stenographer Fuji tlm- rm- 

S lnvmenl, rtcellenl wortlug rundltlons 
eferencet rwiiulred Please mnlart 
Dhw'II’s C#rt*#e 1117 Wharf SIreel 

WGMAE TO WORK IN HOME WITH 
ihr'f children, hoiaewnrh. etc Pleasant 
surrounding! M iel » fund of children 
!,!#• In Phnn* S M44 between ( and 
4 n ra 

WANTED EXPERIENCED W Arm EPS 
mm be ne*' and good eharar'er G«od 

wage# Pleat* anplv In *9erson tflwr 
1am 743 Yale* Street 

WANTED PART-TIME GIRI. n»n*d 7- 
.. -J p m for coffee shop Good work- 
in# cdndIMon# and good wag*# Apply 
UA Yale* Bf reel 

BTENOOR APHKfl POR LEGAL OFTirY 
Previout l*#al eiperienc* onl neceaaarv. 
Hhnrthand and typing e*peft*n<e easeo- 
I sal g| I Central Rulldtnc G I7J1 

EXPERfENoni HELP WANTED FOB 

olio'ia finishing, dese oping printing re- 
| #l<- pieatr #iat# eep er-rnre 

■ 74k v oni Pr*«» 

EXPE • 

yiefiev not aaaowtlal ti"» par. 
and salarr *4peei»d Apply Bui 1014 
-tori* Pre.a 

WAN1KD STENOGRAPHER REAL ES- 
anre whole or part llmi- 
ice eip'iieuce end ■#)• 
Hoi J01J Vlriiyri* Pres* 

COMPETENT rrENOORAPHER WITH 
liw n/fl-e etirei »nre preferred Apply 
WO B».' A""- 

6ty ‘ 

YOUNG LADY WITH DRIVING EX- 
perlenr* for phon riniahing plant 
B 3*41 Aunday B 1413 were days 


CARPENTRY - ALTERATIONS 
REMODELING 

Retain* up luriken fOUhdallOoa. gen>'n» 
aldrwelta drivewefi rr'aining wall* 

Sewera septio tanka drama 

MOON * CARMICHAEL 
1451 Derby Rtie*l E 1903 R J499 


THOMSON FUNERAL HOME 

Eataniianed tail Formerly of Wtnaio** 
Oeare* iPet#> Thornton 
Jack L tryine 

1874 QUADRA STREET PflCNB O 2(13 


DEATHS 


VAN IRLE DRAIN BEHVlrg 
G 9871 M or <1 Mayor* O U87J 
8*oi ir tank sewer an> drain aery.'# 
Hrpaire eir Peiealrieuahiiit and oi/wn- 
pioes Pc* r laiisia nn • • l btsemenu 

WR WELL FINANCE ANYTHING IN 
bulldtna semeni brick hnuae* rais'd 
and levelled Written contran your 
ircilon Ear in. ales cheerfully #' • >n 
James Bay Contrarlor* O MJJ 

CEMENT WORK. FO UN DATIONR. 
Ilnur a sldwwaika aU want unit 
til* drama awwara Sattafadtioa guar- 
anteed O D Uoderwood fermer.y 
Cambray As Ondarwood S *1tL 


ATKINR Al lh» Rnyai JubUe* H<.ei>1!*l 
on Saturday. March 3# 1941 Mrs 

Mrali Jane Alkln* aged la ###■*, burn 
lh Ol»*W# Omaild and s raaideni nf 
Mari Road I’a'tnna Rndg* fnr th* 
pesi *( seers Buiyiveit h* •*» sons 
O'lsrge T hr m*i end Chattel M»s- 1 
nf Vlttisrl* three d*"(>ileri Ptfle 

Rereh at-d Vlsfnri* of Vb-inrla end 


LOST. IN VIEW ROYAL DISTRICT 
ere* Ocrdon setter. Answer* to Sklp- 
|s#r E 3»I8 days O 0970 eyentns* 


CHAPLIN'S 
FUNERAL CHAPEL 

t tr r merit Currie • 

9k*> QUADRA NTH PET PRONE <3 %UJ 


Chanel fnllitwed b* 


crashP 1 * «o « ho rarih al lull 
spopd Yd. conirsry io all rx 
ppi taiion. tho vlrlim who Rhoulrt 
ha vp mH dfnirucilon in Ihp 
raiAAfrophP Iivpn. Why siN'Irtpnls 
with pvrry apparent (Rial rhar- 
acferisflr <crtir wiihmjr Injury 
in a mystery which scientist* u"m 
a re still trying xoIvp In the 
attempt lo chart the limits of 
human endurance. Dr. Hugh Dp 
H aven at Cornell h/t» collected 
numerous notable |n-sl*»nce* uf 
survival frum high lulls. i*r*in« 

Perhaps the most remarkable a- -* 

Ificl'lrnt nf mich survIVBl wlib'lt rttnoorapher for 
Del In veil record# took place In 
'd 1919 Tbcn, some Frefich l«lN»r* v 
era were cNNually working on m 
lie iii'li fringed with the steep w». 

" chalk cliffs common to the *" 

Channel shore* of France and 
» England when Ihelr attention 
i. wit s suddenly caught hy s »lnrk 
ohject plunging downward 
acalnat a white precipbe They 


ROYAL o Ml* 

HUSINkBS COM.koa 

JANSEN S BAKtRY I0M PANOORA 
Damn r#a ar'ad aod pae'rik* 


SIMP-ON 


IS WAITED — MALE HELP 


HAYWAPD S 

S'! P-inttei Ca ltd 
C8TARLIBHP.il 1881 
Jk SROUOKTON STREET 


FOODS AND VITAMINS AT 
Fitful Shop 1014 Port O 8414 


TEACHERS WANTED 
MILE " ON THE ALASKA HIGHWAY 
South Pear* Jiitiloi - »m.<W High Sfhbftl, 
Dawson Cr**k B C Mndarn 12-rvm 
high school Pully equipped R'tff 
Student* 8jn 

Ralary schedule unO| January I 1 
Minimum M*«im 
KB 13700 14100 

EA 3'00 410# 

SC 3eno 1M4 

SB 7940 8408 

SA JIM. Ilbf 

Increment* IM 

ItaMilttn lionirt up in altHi In 1 '*' 
y 1 nn no Trasel'ng *llna*n<* 9' 

On* heir -rim# Art 8|i*ii*nai t« . 

unnar Mead .if r.*t>tMft)*nl 
One General Sublet t Tearner 
Ism English end Au .at litiidl 
7 wn Mailiemellrs and Nrtptu 
MUSIC NPECtAI.IRI Tw • "i. 
isienrtl -lasses U.>n 
ft- n.tn. and S'hon| is 
*s>! It font. Mere. . for 


EASURX WHEN AR- 
a r el Bureau 8 J»J3 


Bridge 
Fun*t«' 
Bands ' 
Chapel a 
1 1 I9M 

olflr.a-m 

Cemetery 


•et» Ira# will h* held * Ih# 
«ort>iar? Urn * »•! Memorial 
f f' 1 ' ne i ,<vn ^ '"1* ( Marrft 
I 1 I 14 f IS net H I rone • 
I Imermani m in* Pioneer 

C n i w nod 


A SALVAGE COLLECTION FOR FAIR- 
fleld. Femwood and Ml Tolml* B J4IJ 


FLORISTS 


10% REDUCTION 


HtOT-KEU DRAINS. SEPTIC TANKS 
repair*, firwolace* tiled brick repairs, 
rnnrrel# Oordun Maycoek 0 9108 

PLASTER AND STUCCO ' YJN TRACT - 
mg W Smith S 8mna. K 44VJ. Beimonl 
UlY 


CALL 


ALBION 388- PRPJ4H FLOWERS 

* flwral designs Jennine* 1701 Ruby Road 

SWEETHEART P1-OR187A 
*1 Oar. S UJI high. N 3884 

T* WOODWARDS FLORISTS. 818 FORT 
N» reel G 9814. 


Offered u ii*ti April X I88J on our emir* 
a.reb nf fruit trees arciamenlal ahruby 
anil ti*es all eeergreent, rote* (teren- 
ulals and lieila* plants leirludlng ms 
tabla plant#' 


A**nu* 


BRING THIS AD AND 
WITH i EVERY PURCHASE 

worth >> HErrtVE rntr. 

ONE DOZEN SNOW PR IN- 
CESS GLADIOLUS BULKS 
i VALUE 14*i 


Eostert'me Is Flowertime 


THE SHRUBBERY 

IT FON r STREET E 481 

Rudolph s Gorden Market 

II CORMORANT 8 18. 


IT! fit 8 CHIMNEY no KKP CALL 

iao 

A GOOD CEMENT JOB AT 
REASONABLE PRICES 

Floor* wauk. aldewaJk* *1*9*. #1* **F- 

lla lank# til# drama *ew*rt Idttalled. 
itaaairt nf aay l > »• P eat* phon# col- 
lect Cwlgultf 18*. R or S 4131 #»enir gw 
(or (raw eetimataa. 

GRAHAM & SMITH 

IPAT1 fHOTi 


LOU POY FLORISTS 

HGUt.LAS SIRBET l 


CRGSftON Al the residenre ll>4 Stylet sitin' 
Street nn Marrh 28 ltu i?c..-ae via D 
aon Crnis-in aged *7 yrers a tnrm*T !••** 
realifen* of Regina mount in Vlrtori* 
ten years agn He la turyoed by hta 
wife Lull*, at me letldcn- e lhre# M 

daughters Mrs Don rGr*/e. Thomn- f 1 

aon of Fd fronl an Mrs g -Pran'eal r 

Tharkef nf Regina and Mrs R Eihelt 1 

Fnliner nf Tnrnnm two sons Rlanle# 
nf Palgere and Chart.# In Nos a 
Rcniia rtiree a. iters Mra Rnberl , 

Shaw nf Vyclnn* Mrs A F Unwell 
and Mrs F long *'wrh nf Tnronin , 
iwn hfntners r W Crtl'enn nf Regina 
end Pa ii nf Retdlrn N#ik , 

Fvineeal t*rr|#e net Tuesday afternoon Y 
Elerrh ll 1*41 *• J n'elnrk from MrCell Chi 
Renlhert Floral E >nesal Chanel nn r.i 
R Y II Reisman nfflcla'ing Interment wh 
In Rnral Gak Burial Perk To. 


Brown's Victoria Nurser.es 

Funeral Da. lent Preen Cut Cower* 

WE OMOW OUR FLOWERS 
• If View Alter* 0 8*13 « O 1431 


is Al W Joseph s Mn*i*lial nn 
rrfi 37 1841 Jaeoit Car'Vn* Wall" 

d 1* of lia Douglas Rireel burn in 
rnln England if* i'**#a four eons 
I'em e C and Charles Wallis hn*h 
Eh# and Harold *»>-t i.ri ». . 
h In Toronto Gnl four daughier* 

■ Hilda Davfet and M** Vin.ei 
stdnwn* mlh nf Tornn'd Mr* Hell# 
•*n uf |v ri Anhur. Oni and Mis* 

■ Keen M Wallis in V | riwri* also 
. suien Mrs Wright Holmes and 

■ i K*'# Walls. |n Mamin England 
uerai sernre tn Harward I E'literal 
wl nn Tu**!*? Marrh 11 at (I * * 

J A Rnner* s nffl*l*tm« tf'er 
S 'he remain* till b* forwatded is 
nio Onl 


BTE-NOORAPHER REQUIRED FTV*. 
da? week Apply Rllh#l Conaolldate* 
lid 708 Port Rireel 


NORTH 0UADRA FLORISTS 

Artlnir Detign*— Quality Flowers 

Jilt QUA DR * Em mra (331 


“A-ONE" 

tawrr and Rapt)* Tar# 8*maa Modems 
iirgiin meinod Remo*** roiltenia 
sanitarily fro* pramia** W* a.w, t ears 

drain llna* 


9 MOM MENTAL WORKS 


-li.iHI IME34 ft MilNUMENTAl WORKS.* 
Li4_ Got* n >ad ai Fountain Orel* 
Eat 1877 Monument* , mar kart tab!***, 
ru risings amnia piaguwa mad* to your 
nwn dtaifnt it raguirad Al*f asarbia. 

gramta and turn# for fir*oia «# w*i« 
and MiUdina mnasruriion ate Phnn* 
day E 8«7t. mght O 1411 


farmer construction 

PHONE REPAIR DEPARTMENT-O 84 1 1 
IMMEDIATE SERVICE 


SKILLFUL HaiRCtrTTINO SERYICS 


Index to Colonist Want Ad Headings 


INTERNATIONAL INSUKANCE IMSFFC 
lion Company regulrea *we*tra* af n- 
•p»r\et Training >u begin •( nnr* 

Thu la salaried poiltlnn plus vsnui 
•Trnup tnauranr* and pension plan it 
Inrloded Fnaillwn r«gitlres ability Hi 
type and ear I* needed Mllaaa* palsl 
lor use of r*r AppISr aat imtsi has* 
refill led Grade ll eduewtion « Fre»*f*nr* 
fireis l« age brarkei JJ ia 3* Bo* 
3018 Vlrlort* Pry** 

WARTED MAN AND WIFE AS CA«f 

taheyN and Janitor for d«wn»«wn Sun us- 
ing and igariMBti Mutt b» taperi- 
tnred rosnpeiatii and '•-.able isf iaklnt 
reiapsn* utility Ref»r#nre. ^r# re«|W|r*d 
<V>nd wag's n 1 '** a mod*n. *si!tw with 
light heal »nd water *n<u* Brand 
ft'r'et ln*w*lmeni Cr* 1118 Broad S*r**i 
between (tab bnd I n m 


MONUMENTAL WORKS 
if SI O 3*43 Curbing* and 
acuity Night nboa* R 8718. 


ETC ALTER* 
4 TH Ta t— - 

IADK QUICK 


FIRTH of fort 

CASTLE MOURE 83» FORT ST 
8-8 Dally and Saturday* 


Ciaaatrteanaw 


Flat* and apartments 
lo Rant Furnished »e 
Flat* and Apt’iirenu 
Wanted FumtMied 41 
FloruU • 

FtMl . 17 

Funeral DlrvcLarw 1 

Halla Sloe** and 
Office* to Sent k4 
HnieU _ 8* 

Niisisekawptng Room* 
la Rent Furnished la 
Rouaekeentn* Rooms 
Named Furnished 19 
Rouses lo Rent 

Furnuneo a] 

RO’J*** Wanted to 
Rent Fwmiah*d O 
Rouses far a* i* II 

la Memnrtatn * 

I.i*i ing* Cancelled a* 
Loti and Rwsind _ i) 
Marriage* 4 

Ml*r*llaa*wu* te Rent *1 


Perianal 
P# 'tonal loan* 

Pat* and Lise stock 
Prof# Minna) ftervto 
Prwpemy Im Aala 
- < W » " le-l 

Room and Board _ 
Room and Board 
Wanted 

Rn-.wis lo Rent 
Pbruiahed 
Situauoau wanted 
Mai* 

P*mai* 

Rummer Resorts 
Swap* 

T earlier* Wanted 
Timber Broken 
Wanted r*m*ie h 
W anted Mala Netp 
W tn’wd - 


AGRICULTURAL RAI.SHMAM YOUNG 
man. 3J sale* anti thorough aerttaj- 
lural background In England and USA 

requires poalttob with prog realise fsed 

•r implement and machinery Otfard. 
ns* Column,* btreet Yaatoue#^ > C- 

ALL TREES FEIJ.ED TOPPED PUT 
up Pruning rhalntaw work Nn |ob 
u» srnau Eat I make t given. L B3*aa 

■ HU 

FNEXOET1C AND AMBITIOUS MAN 
would !!(■ a !o*i ai motor taa. airplane 
nr f« me'hQtl- Bet Jblk. V.'toria 


PERSIAN ARTS & CRAFTS 

881 GOVERNMENT ' B JIM 

BARTER IS EARRING TIME 

Com# In and te* war law-mating display 
al beautifully ctaJted earring* la suit 
a»*ry personality 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


ALL TYPES OE FLOOR* 
• leaned wa**d and aol.ai 
dtlrve# Hnir.es eur epac.a 
M'*tiUaAs4 1938 O ardea 

9 I HARDWOOD FLOOR 
Douglas E'*e atom lies 0 


41 COMINO EVENTS 


• ' rrER DANCE EVERY SATURDAY AT 

the Golden Sllppei 111* Brnad ft.reet 
Phnn# o 1841 er R 8833 (■» r##er**Gn«# 
Ba-lronm avallaale fnr b#«S"*<t wed- 
ding nseeiiani and arteale partFa 


Newt C WalUo* 

| 1 #0 

kl* 

Perkins 

l 14 

lined of Llf* 

1 1C 

Dr 

Milan* 

r 1 44 


New* Krynot** 

kl M 

Rac**way 

11 14 

P»rr» Mason 

11 10 

Guidlna Ua lit 

11 4k 

Newt 

lltHI 

Ken Huahee Show 

1 13 14 

Newt Kra Huahea 

11 Ki 

K*n Huaha* Bhow 

1 II 4k 



r 



!• BL’SINWW SKRVIf ES 19 BISINF.MS SUHVK TS S3 


EkHTATlOV 


?Jto Bi ll. DING SI P»*J. IKS SAr fit'll. l>IN(t Kt'PPI-IKS ?*• BI'II DING SI PPI.IKS 


*tuUu (EnlontEt, VxMn*, • C 71 

T uttdey, March 31, 19S2 


rtMtm 

FURNACES INS’! UJJIi 
•aired W# trp iri part: 
MtM Moil Ita.oeaot# n 
nprtlmri H J Coins J 
f avtaloga. R |jii 


IN YOUR MR arfUKAKT HA REPTON AND ST 
Mont Madia John a Caiuu banermau pop'll or vliitl, 
murir Latin ijf#*4 Prrnrh luniu 
June Auguti 1)1 ilauary. R «»! 


WE FIX RADIOS AMO TV 
own l.ufur day or ».*ning I 
ond T V Mint.. B 14)1 


WOOD AND SAWDUST 
SPECIAL— 3 DAYS 


EVANS, COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD. 


Moore- Whittington 
Lumber Co. Ltd. 


Stewart & Hudson 

Limited 

IOMI 1111 HIM HEADQUARTERS 


^ MI S1CA1 rNSTKt MKNTS 


•in AUTO RADIO MKH VICK, O Hll JACK ■ 
110) Auto Radio. TU Pandora Annuo 

KXPKMT RADIO HEP AIR* 14 EMBERS 
N R 1 Aimnuo A ui Jonaaon O 4T7) 


iS* St MOOLIS AND 
(OU.ll.KN 


Ms. t Plr Wxod *l4*#-*#oste 
to apllt Ouwd for k llabra 
nor*. Ilnii.iea ood irgriil 

»<o4 In I '.on 

> CORDS III 00 


Pra**..' u.a t Cnroplai* L»n* of 

STERNSON'S STRUCTURAL 
SPECIALTIES 

WATER PROAJPERB 
FIOOR HARDENERS 

conch ft s com no 

CAULKING 

WOOD PRESERVATIVES 

J*i*i on* of • n» famaut linn otlor 
in Bulldiui malarial* 


New Arrivols In 
DONNACONA 
The Insulotmg 8oord 


ITS KENT'S 


PORS REMODELED . REPAIRED UMIONO AND INSOLATION 

ARAGON FURRIERS ioofincT - in sol a non sTdino out - - ,f . 

t#rt and BlyrotU# I 

SPHUC* UP POM SPKINO VICTORIA ROOTINO AND INSULATION 

WOHI O «*:j III! BROAD ATREEf COMPANT 

HI Port Sunt PBeoe B nil — 

CASOENVKS ACA 

— . ■ - — - _ DUROU) OR JOHNS-MANVILLB ROOKS •*'..» 

EXPERIENCED OARDINRRS tnmla'lari Siding* and Kataatrouf h* old-lim 
pl.un» O.rnau ftetvirr O iMl Land- PARKER JOIINHTON LTD mlc <n< 

araplng. nan drapa-aiian ma.atananco 1)14 B ....0 U #j)i f *». E SMi B *a*>4 


« CORDS IM H 

O 1121 t-Pnni to. drum luraan and ttno'aoo 
I CORDS *11 SB — 4 CORDS MO M 

Pou.-faei nia.) Or alaooooa lot (imi 
mo Bouan %ad natal* Par aord M 04 

«a»duat-r-All Sevang mar'll aU-Gl 
fram Atom Luna bar Co 3 anita aula oa 
“* dnavtni* far garden aaa farm. I <aai'a 


PLYWOODS - WALLBOARDS 

Earn 

UnMiuleA IVgia-Ja « 10 aO If 03 00 

•aiadrd Degrade. *i* . .00 14 


DANCING 


Wf RADIOS mid TKI.K VISION 


« i t i N Koior Kuuiad Watlboand 

Par ohati I 

4 a » i S Koior Kooiad Wallooard 

Par ahral .. I 

< l 14 i ‘a Kulei Kuatod WallboarU 

P»r aliaat _ a 

4 a 4 a '■ Kulur Koata* WaJIboard 


Kl KIX RADIUS AND TV IN YOUR 
own humr day or waning Hi in* Radio 
•art TV Ronlro R 14U 

ID TURK RADIO a OMIMNATION BEAU* 

• OMl .au-na. n )7U 


abaft ... I 

11 1€ It a 10 t ' a Koior K baled Cail.ug 

»» 7« Tua. Par Ult 

•' ** 10 a 33 a S KMor Roatad Celling 
1101 Tlla. Par tala .... — 

ia to 14 a *4 Koior Koafed Wall Panal 

>rloo »*" ****** - 1 

it ot 33 a H Kalor Coaltd Wall Pant! 

I ft , I Par abaat .. „ 1 

•»I* a a 0 a ‘a KB Raiariur Snaaiti- 
• •» Inn Par aliaal I 

a a * a 'a KB Caitrior SU*alh- 

• u< Par aiif»i | 

lit II i lo 31 AeoualM Tlla. 

T»t>a J 

4 a 0 a 'a bruan T amper ad Hard- 
braio Pai tliaa' 

4 a I a 'a Slat a l amiaaraaO Hard* 
oa 40 marl Par aliaal 
0» 30 4 i I a 'a Brood Uaia.n|i»rad Hatd- 
ouaid Par ahaal 

IT 00 tali'* Broun Sami • Taoiparad 
0» au Hardoaiard Par ahaat — „ - i 

I fl t 'a Broun Tamparad Tlla 
Oniro Par atiael .. _ | 


Kaninoro Baayarbuard 4 al 
Brl.auord- I i|lu or Dora. 4 al'.. 
Etrbuood 4 al ... 

Wald t« a. Rariatrd, 4'af 

Arborlla Countar Tupplnf 4'*!' 

Wo earn lha noil eoniblala i 
alork of uallhoarda in Vlrlorta 0 
our uallboarda availably lu 0 ft 
Oft 0 ft and 10 fl lined. a 
a.uatad Uork uf plauoud coin 

baraalD pikta 


LOTS AND M ARDENS P1X3WVD hOTO 
*atad la ■ a lino for apilna 07 r-mna at 

B ' riant *il Chlnrtu. KaMonaota Rui.i 

ns B 0304 


r»a you B1CTCLRR THREE SPEEDS. IRIOOER 

3101 Dwuflao coillral. luat Ilka D.a 134 40 fluar- 
an'ead 13 moolba V.clorr Crcla WinU 
040 Jntanaon Sirtul 


O. K. FUEL 


BLACK NUOOBY ALBERTA COAL 
Lump . - . ...Ill M par Ton 
E«c ... 010 31 par Ton 

A fund arada uf Afbarla Coal, rlaan 14 
bum and raal tood valua al iba prica 
aakatf. 


SAWS 4HARPKNKD . AND REPAIRED 

IRA BECKER SAW SHOP 

111 CORMORANT BTKKKT O I3C 


» 10 D irada Oil obaatloc ponel M 00 LOWEST PRICKS AND PI NANCE PEER 
.... _ _ In luaii lta*i (uarau'twa W Shanka to 

Salvt caui moo floor int. V hrlnl and son. Douda- n«rlli «f Uu RcundobouL 

Bra ua pafwa awd but 

Iron iba board, aouiplala ollb aland OS 00 BlCYCtKS »IX SIZES AND REPAIR* 
V ali.p.au | 4 tl DO par U Abauaaauo • to. laoauio Oirtti 

SlithMa-damioad inuaiu door* 1-0 a on KVERVTHINal IB llCinJ MEPAIKK 
14 40 3*0 -CC IKK) 1 4 (4 0 41 M. M-rni'd Lid 1414 DausiOO O 041 1 

1-4 « 0-0 lorn MAE SCC 04 Bit V*-* C REASON4BL1R 

Call ol '.311 iWei » 

SAANICH LUMBER YARDS lady a raisiom ricycik thrpe- 

• paad in a-".d rvi.dtd.ua E aaao 

1447 PHANCI4 BARNETT AUTOCYCLE. 
BRENTWOOD aaraiiani u.uiinun H aaao aMai t p m. 
K*a ir,a HIM u «Oll'M SUIU CC4I THICYClEL 

(loud r.iMdltlub B 1470 


EXPEKIimrrD RCrrOTILLINQ REA- 
ai.r.otilo raiaa J.ia (ua.onlard tmara 
ooiall «ola Ph-mt O 4.400 H Ourna 

IIOTfyriLLINO, MACHINE R H T t. H H 
MIWI ••'*» a'loo )nb Norm Laraon, 


SPECIAL 

THREE DAYS ONLY 


EIRK COAL CO LTD 
Diar 40tb Yaor” 
lilt Broad Blrtal 


dCIBNTIPIC PRUNINO AND HPKAYINQ 
of anada and fruit traaa Traaa ft 1 1*0. 
ibain tau Chemical iprado*. orutb. 

i .ataaa aaada 

1474 CHARLES A COWIR E 1440 
MA-ltlM. Mai HIM BEE VILE 


A BAROA1N PalR HU 1/. REST DRY- 
LAND Douglas pik. an n» i aiao* 
mltao Bi'h intida bloeka. m II- run drr 
amingh lur aaiamanl, 11-lnelt, no rub- 
1.1th. L.aa, navar In uaiar immadiaia 
dtldarjr 

I CORD I IM 

I CORD* Ilf 00 

1 CORD toll! I IM 

1 CORDS _ . _ 011 04 

l CORO CEDAR .. | J 04 

ALSO 

ATTENTION — Wo ha to alraady aplK 
ootid for jour kitrhtn ranfa No 

ooiitar. no oorrtaa. no tnoia rnooolni 
Gua rarilaad IM*. fir Don t o# fooled 
and |*i rhaap poor or uat-tuallty 
wood that roal a you mart lo lha long 
run Wt aa gut aha beat 


PAINT GRADE "C 
SLAB DOORS 


PAfNTER'S ACME FUEL 


MACPAJILANE S TRACTOR SERVICE* 
Piouing. aprl»g-ioo<b narrouing rv»i- 
lt>« dla'lba llaaui.iabla raiaa (I 4 7VO 

NOR SAI » HHOMPTON HTO< KS LILY 
X 7434 V,ll * v 3k< * * ,1 ' trn ulania 

8KI.I3.TE1) ROCK CEDAR POSTS SPI.TT 
• r clntbao Una and aarlal pula*. 

Ci •ll»7 


BETWEEN- WASHDAY SERVICE 

aapatianea pint ataif fariory pur:* maoe 
Ilia dUfareiir* Unod •attna 
UGUKRN APPLIANCES 
044 Va n EMU 


POO THU. IS 


I f 4 Ina I fl 1 Ina I ft 14 H.a 

aa-b . 

I f< and I fl 3 Ina each 
3 ft. 4 Ina 1 fi 4 ina .IMI Ina 
1 fl 1« ina aa< li 
I M a 1(L Fiona Dour a.. . _ 


EGO 


NUT 

COBRIE 

413 CORMORANT 


1041 DOUGLAS 
K 1014 


VICTORY 


WASHING MACHINES 

REPAIRS. TO MX MAKfcS WITH 
PAtTOlt- TRAINED SERVICEMEN 
ONLY FACTORY REPLACE MXNT 
PAM IS USED 

McLennan, McFeely & Prior 

Phb'^ O 1111 - (taratea Dapartmaol 
1401 OOVERNMENT SI llEET 


FENCING FOR LESS 


JUNIOR mill R BICYCLE IN VERY 
gowl rondlllnn E 4134 

MOTOR SCOOTER IN GOOD CONDI- 
• Ion R 35)3 

VINE ENtHI.AH HUMREH HIKE A-l. 
I.llla iiaad . 140 M Muaa E 114* 


BULLDOZING HACK -FILLING ALSO 
d-nvaroua traaa and aluu.pa rainu»ao 
Chain aaw uork 51)7 

TREES PRUNED. CUT DOWN SPRAYED 
C. A COW IE 

» 1*34 Evaa. S 1444 


DIPLOMAT COAL 

ALMEM1A SOI VI LEHR CLEAR 
Lump 417.5V par ion Iga 414 00 par ton 

RICHARD HALL & SONS 

Sartita and Sallitaeutin Hlnra 1143 
1*4 PORT STREET PHONE O 1431 


Get Reodv for the 
Eoster Holidoy Week-End 
Moke Plans to Do Those 
Necessary Jobs 
- To Guarantee Delivery - 
Please Order Early m 
the Week 


— LOOK — 
LUMBER BARGAINS! 


THE SIDNEY ECONOMY 
GARAGE! 


VICTORIA OANDEN SERVICE 
Land.'-aiiing c roio’llllng. ajruplata gar 

dan arrvire o S444 


HILLCREST FUEL CO. 

O 3414. Day Nlgbl 


111 Slaed Utility Orada. Par a 
la.ga tarrlar load - - 

I a II Cedar SIS t« V. No. 1 
Comm no Ai S'r Par Mill _ 
4 » 4 a •■* J-Piy uls Pina Ply- 

uititd Par «<i fl 

t i 4 t •« »-Pi* Uahogany Ply- 

At lhata nrlrat »ou ran affonl lo paint mo,Ml IWtrf euli Pai aq ft ^ 
ub Puuular brand Pacifl. Paiut Ihtrrior 
Rnamal o. Eatannr Ulnat Pami wuua 
only bail ran be Hilled in datl.au rni.irt 
Prira par quart 
Pr>r# par gallna 
l-gailua lot 
14-gallun Ipi 


Les Blow's 
Motorcycle Sales 

Aten • fur Trill mull. MA A 1 S 
Mali 'Hat. Nunou Jamal a n i 
Pi ■m u Barnalt 


Authorized Bendix Service 

Saodlf f artory-tralnad mactiantra 
irguiar aback *u>ur*t top parfuruiaOG 
Phoba Kent t today 

BENTS - I 1511. 


Obtalnabla Id any ana to mlt vour apt- 
< lal nardt All frame lumori rut *.i 
vodr order »o r*rr««t .:>• and pairrrn 
Malanalt Include DUROID SHINGLES, 
t.dmg >ath dour material hardutia 
and nailt Print guoiad TAX PAID. 

□■Lit BRED 

)■ 114 II4« 1)4 13 a30 . . 114) 40 

II Air 1174 1*0 Id a 30’ I lou DO 


R07T3T7 LU NO 


ESSO STOVE FURNACE AND HUNKER 
fbe; alia 13 M Blrnle Ltd , J434 tguaora 
E 4<l| a*«nln«t U 4443-0 -*473 


SaM.fac'ion guaranlaad N 

II T\)7 


Wood Sawdust Wood 
SAWDUST SALE 


UTANlJrv HUNT TRACTOR SERVICE 
Harriiiiing itli.ughn.jt. dit. ina aaravat- 
Inc and layalina <1 1124 fur aatlafa< Gun 

top pah, buck Dangerous trees 

N* iptintlbl* rafaraoa il 4444 0 7450 

GENERAL TH ACTOR WORK A _ UUiT 
eha*on. Balmont 113 K a. (• 4444 

Hr; O ARDENS (It* I.AM SS MAIN- 
lananre etr E 4534 aliar « pm 

PLOUGHING DISCI NO AND HARROW. 
Ing 0 4344 


unr WOOD SPECIAL 
An itu'aiandln* baraatn fur dryland 
Dxuglat fir hluraa niitrd ultn thick baik 
tiau* |j inabat m lana'h Guaranlaad 
••aver in ua'ar and it diy anuuah for 
icnuirdia a oaa 

l‘t Card* I too 

3 Cord* only .. 1 10 M 
Noia Thia auod n hand g.adad luica io 
eliminate all taudual and lubblah Im- 
mrdiaia dalivrrt. 


it PKOFKSKIONAL 
BKR VICKS 


PLYWOODS 
For Those Odd Jobs 


Offrra *un lha la.gaat Mlrrllotl of 
N*» anil I .'tan Muioriv.lat an Van- 
Cuutar lain lid 


CONVALESCENT II034EN 


SIDNEY LUMBER LIMITED 

Paiot and Bmldara’ Euupty Haadoubrtara 
3)33 Oorarnmant B'.raat Phona B 1147 


I HE PRIORY CONVALESCENT HOME 
AND HOSPITAL 

Por madi<a , poai-tnrgiia) and rhrnnic 
l.a'iania bpatlallflng in lha care of 
■ marly penple Ear alien* nnrtiug aartlca 
Happy borna aimo»ph*ra 
Poll a 1 addiata 
BOX D lANGfORU P Ol 
Balmnul 37* 

Under lha carr uf the Sitiara at the 
Luaa of Jtaua 


I • I l I 14 Unaaadtd Sbattblog. 

'D ' Orada Par aheat 

l i I i S Unianded Shaatotng. 

•D‘ Oradt Par abaci - — _ _ 

4 a 4 i •■ Unianded •h'4'.hing. 

"D'* Orada Par abaat 

UU*, Uoaandad Hhaalhlng. 
‘D’ Orada Par aliaat.. 

114 M tJ| ^ OnaanJad Nhaatblng. 

434 aa D Grade Par abaci . 

Ilk 00 4 * I t ■« 3-Ply Pended, factory 
Grad* P«r a haa* 

4 a 4 t IN T-pl? Sanded Parlury 
Grade Par abaci .. 


CARA MOTORCYCLES AND 
ACt'ESSt IRIES 


BETTER LUMBER BUYS 


TIME . , . 

14 33 10 ,u 'hat garden fence . to do that 
interior glaring ta fla up that 

.* ■■ mom In tha bate men! lima In fan 

M 11 lo vita 

mm Victoria Retail Lumber Yord 

and tea ihatr many apailo.a in I.umbar. 
14 II Wal'bitardt and PalSU 

N» ardar ta« .mall bu order loo LARGE 


nOTOVATtNQ. KEASONARLK RATES 
G I3fll 


HOOKE DRY WOOD 


areded nuallty frum nld grouth Cuui 
chan Vallaa ilmu*r a talar " _ 
hard lo beat. 

3' aJ ' Draaard Utility Pa. M 
T'»4 ' Draatad Illtllty Par U 
I 14" Draaaad Utility Par M 
l' (4 Common Tunpua and Q 
Par U lit 40 

I al" Utility Shiplap Par M las t« 

I al" Utility Bhlnlap Pa. M 40 40 

1 al" Premium Bhlplap. Par M 1 14 00 

I' il Premium NhTiilap Par M . Ik til 

3 t4" Drattad Premium Pir Tai M 1)0 nn 

Pin. a »lde ranaa al gaud tiruclurai Hr 
3*4 lal lal la II and lal! and tlmbera 
for retidii.ual conitrucObh 
'■al Baral Cedar Siding klm drtpi. 

d>ar ail bundled 104 BM U 5# 

Sail Betel Celt' Siding kim d> iai» 

Gear all bundled IM MM 47 44 

I »l 3 kiln dried White Pina ttbeiy. 

Ing Special buy. fuol . 13 

M ft Panea, 3 ft. I Int , ■lilt belli 
ins beteboardi 414 14 

14 ft Panda 3 ft. I Ini arllh ntlli 
• no bataboardi 111 14 

»• fl. Pane#, 1 fi a Int , alib nail. 

and betebuaria 117 71 

44 ft Pence. 1 fl. I int o.ih nail* 

and batabuard . Ill 3# 

54 ft aolK) Hoard Panea— Jtatvf 
p itit finlth height, i ft I ina 111 51 
Anr alia, ityla. halgni uf fence cut lo 
vaur tpeclfltetloe ai reaaoneble raiaa 
Oa. your tree ropy of 14- page booklet. 

LETS BUILD A WOOD PENCE 
Hue lumb*r and building maienala on 
credit open a budeet aceaunl lata 
month! •« pay an aaay tarmt oa a«(ur- 


PRANK S ROTr/TILLlNU 
E 4.01 ON G UOi 


TRY CYCLING 

henl a blryrla far an-v 45 par man'll. 
If you dt-l'ta to purr.hate all ran'al 
paautan - alt**** aft lha pure oT tug 
bike. Yin ran i lota Coma in and 
talk thli o«er al 


OAK LODGE — PnlVATB HOSPITAL ATTENTION' BETTER THAN THE 
Madiral. ronyalaaeaot and chrunlc fluf ‘ %aoC umonX tlT ah n.^o 

bt' labia laodart -Mb 4lbCn«. and J4ck#d Na.tr trrt^u! at.l at'ti ^*Wdt 
paraonal ear* Ornduaie nurara in al burn orlgmly and git* a good neat 
taniaa.ice day mghi lOM Quadra H Mil Our rualouicra racoinmapd u* lo ouiert 

CLGVKLLY PRIVATE HOSPITAL. LTD rt •«“ IRe weal 

- Puny ainffod graduala nuraaa • tl,l , h,r 11 l * ur amer uroduclt. 

Meuirai com airaern'v cnruniea. 11*4 ,, * T * on 4 Pf ,r » *»lY •£» >eat round. 

Claaally Tarrara E 14)1 , ^ Jj* ******* l.angfurd Volanud and 

Happy Valley Prltr i.o cidt. 411 1)4 
MANOH PRIVAIE HOHPITAI. VACANCY oi.l (•o-Ioct fur drum furnace and 
fur lady medical rhronlc. B 4532 flreoia. r t rurtla III «u 

PAIHCUPP REST HOME . ARK OP 1,11 O-rs-MS. 

aulerly ladle* 1471 Palifield Hu G 54.1J 0 4715 

l HIBOPKAlTOEn HONEYMOON 84) FUEL SUPPLY CO. 


DHILLON FUEL CO 
New Office, 400 Boy St 
E 381 1 or E 7852 


ROTOTfLLI NO 

■ ILL MEADOWS. COLQUITZ l»P 

GARDEN HGTOUU.ED A HANSEN 
Albion 14) -M 

Ki»H UKTTER HOTGriLLINO. J W 
Pel'll O IM) 


ROBINSON'S 


Moore-Whittington 
Lumber Co. Ltd. 


nova t.TIB SUIT GOOD CONDITION. 

51 I) 4471 


WE REPAIR Aft. MAKES OP RICTCLW 
Pi»a Pka-Un and tlallyery 


• aal ai tba Rnundalidul. t«a 

•leraa ioaa MHUlda 


CHESTERFIELD I LEAN IN O 
Wa will ...ma iu yuur nui.ia auu clean 
I'tnoih yaur Ihraa-mera chratarfleld lor 
only 111 All wark guaranteed We alM 
i lean tarpati ana automoone upholtiery. 
Call AmbaaiadO' Roma Service h 5513 


FLECK'S TRACTOR SERVICE 

PLOWING RrVTOTILLrNO * EXCAVA- 
TING ORADISO COAR1NU Day. 
r.nti e 5<»«g 


HARRIS CYCLE 


JOHN M STURDY 


"Specific ChlrupracloP* 
Neurncaltimalar 

1131 Blanabard Siren 

uin ROLY SIS 


241 STOVES snd FTKNA4 KS 


I* highly rerninrnended lor lurnate fire- 
place and k lichen itngc Thle woird ron- 
aini 34 40 per rent iniide fir biokt 

One cord _g g ,<> 

Two cnr.lt |j] mi 

Al.n ii uw a. enable Dryland fir tplli 
aimd lo 13-inrit iengift* No ehopplng 
required Kacellent lor kllclien range 
Thli wood la ahtuluirlv rlaan 
one cord 17 Tw.i enrdt it* 
CAPITOL FUEL COMPANY 
Day h 1451 Night B 1,441 

ArTENnONl BETTER THAN HIE 
lyc.t Our aowd It maatlv fir. all baod- 
pii’trd Never aa«ri >n tall water Will 
-'"rn brightly and give a «uud net: 
Our eutroma.t rerommand Ui to ..inert 
which time t || payt well to te|i ihe oeti 
w he. her ft it wood or oilier oruducta 
W» bate one price onir all rear .in.inl 
J4e deliver Langfnrd Colwoud and 
Happy Valley Price two corda |l). 


Hedges Pruned. Hall E 3540 

HAIKU RtwntEn 


LUMBER SPECIALS 


K1L8HAWS TUB AUCTIONEERS 
Ik Port Street Ptvont O 4441 

We will nut fo. eaan at *ell foi you 
Purnitning* and BffrcU 

See ua flrat at laat 


FURNACE COMPLETE 
Wl'b mi-air pipea and legitiwra. in- 
ttajird three in ela dayt Ouaranleert not 
lo amokt 4154 and tin Repair work. 
FURNITURE AND RUOB 4XPERTLT Phon. B 5114 any lima 

Cleaned at our motkern plant «r In your GAS HANOKR NEW AND USED TWO. 
rtcune Walla and eelilnga cleaned p»ae n -ea and four liurnart. Ilk to $140 IN. 

animat it cerpetanuiD Cn. Ill* Van EAGLE SALES II3AIINO AND HOME 

eouver E 3441 APPLIANCES 

ARE YOUH KUOS AND UPHOLSTERED l#l * f * rl • u,#l ■ ,,, > 

furnllu't faded) If tu the I arpaion im HEAVY in GALLON AND M - GALLON 
1 • i. realoie (ham lu a culur uf yuui drum furnace with nr without rating* 

.liulta Etc* ett Imatai ua uur new teiv- Model Shrct M«tnl Warn 3410 Dout>aa 

ire E 314 1 Street K 1415 


MOLES. WARTS, SUPERFLUOUS HAIR 
permanently and lately removed Dorothy 
Henman 50) scoltard Bldg O 7*41 


HAVE YOUR COLD WAV* 
our i par lal low price Hair tnap'r 
aperial'y Avalon Reauiy Miuo 

a'eirt aocea Krttga t> t "‘77 


AMAZING NEW OFFER 


INCOME TAX RETURNS 
Kaparl at.Dtance at reatnnabU 
U POWEIX, H 41)4 


Rand-picaed No 1 fir Ma ruhbuh Pull 
mtatura Sold m l-fl nr l-ft i*ng‘h* 
Try II Burn Ik 
If tt'ltfied pay after nna week, and 
If wood la nnt aa adaerttaad Ii la fret 

2 BIG CORDS $12.00 

Order now for immedla'a delivery 


No « '.on. in on ai QUIltP 
IM S4S 1.044 lineal fawl — 134 00 

lli and III langua and groave, 

randua langtua _ ___ IM 40 

2>4 848 _ tk IN 

lit tongue ead thane 

1. 404 lineal feat 134-44 

lal longue and grwota. abort*, 

1,544 llnta) leal |*5 04 

Tup wrooea <H lal It)." ktA" lit 

3el" lilt’ and 3al!’’ mat uforlurad t.uai 
A- 1 loot and dia>**d la ?»ur aieatifica- 
llabt In our won mill and planei al ruck 
kottom niuea. 

It* lit ai III!" ainplan 
4i» ar at l fir rauoh at new low ericww 
Prica Par Ttooutana Pwui Buerd Mewture 
1*4” ho I Common Flouting 
oer M 104 *0 

It* pi r Dra# 4i(ing_ Mo 1 

cannot _ IM 04 

kil I and 10“ aider feunoalow 

aiding _ 44k 44 

lal' lal" It*" l«!t“ and ltI3‘ redai 

rough ar d.raetd _ 17* 04 

1*4 I**" 3*4 la 10" ay lilf trdar 

rough or draaaad 17* 40 


NYW PERM A N ENT 5 - FINE HAIR A 
oporiotly Bo boil* Beauty Salon Room 

“A. CamPbeU ilui.'dlng Oardm 41)2 


INCOME TAX RETURNS 

Ellrd by Kaparl t al 
CAPITAL BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 
Public A. rotinta.ua Saliafactlon A-«rrd 
1133 VANCOUVER SI ' B 4)51 


ALL TYPES OP BEAUTY CULTURE - 
Cold wave machine ern machln»la*a 
permanen’a 717 View Vogue Beauty 
Salon Itearan III) 


REIMERS BEAUTY SALON 

74J view Rrnrrr 


PERSONAL 


TOPAZ FUEL 

EW7I0 


DOMINION HAIRDRESSING 
Dotnlmob Rot*i Phan* U 4131. 


OOINO CAST' IP YOU ARE OOING 
Real and would Ilka tu drive a o*w car 
back from tha factory for ua wrlla lo 
Boa I Victoria Piraa 


STEWART & HUDSON 

Limited 

481 Q«rge R«*4 8 1171. E *413 


ACT NOW 7 FOR 1 NEW RAY BEAUTY 
Bhonpc lllly Pori O arden 1114 


3 DAYS ONLY! 
WOOD’ WOOD* WOOD! 


INVI RANt'E 

BEAL ESTATE, INSURANCE - OP ALL 
It pa* Nmarf Public conyeyanciog 
DUNCAN O MeTAVIHH 
111 Governmenl Siraat Phon* Bill* 


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 
PO BOB NO I OR 111 VICTORIA 
K till 

NIGH IS AND HOUDAYB. 0 1150 

IHE WAGFB OP SIN * IS DEATH' 
Phone the Snul CUalc K *1*7 

MADAM ' NINA"" IS NOW RKADINO AT 
far Caf* *00 Yaiaa Btreai 


USED Oil. RANGE. GOOD CONDTTION, 
PURNITURB »»» uf n»a' offer. T»rmt. Mala Elae- 
I a 14 B 41)1 

ONE TAIILB TOP GURNEY GAB 
ran*e one apaG.nei.l-ait* Ourney ga* 
tana* Phnne H 1 117 

BEACH KirCHKN MANGE WITH SAW- 

dun buri.n *)>u nm wattf >*rk#i, n 
• ••ud ciiN.llll.in 440 144 Supvrtnr 

PAWen r CORVETTE WOOD AND 
<••■1 •'■>!». IT), iwu-tMiruat elenrle hot- 
plaie. I* Bo h 04 new E 1344 

FURNACE HKI'AIRJNO AND INBTALLA- 
liana air cnnrmion'ng Pr«a eatlmaiea. 
Hugh Neuman .O 3401 

MAJOR SAWDUST BURNERS WB 
ar* tour local aganta Damealla Saira. 
10 Burnttd* Win I 1412, 

SMALL FAWCETT - RANGE WHITE 
rnamal with high thelf tkk Carter a 

8'O.e Store 1)0 Fort. E 1111. 

AU, NEW ZENITH OIL KING RANOB 
K 0023 8 *004 with Crrlnt nil burner Ine'allad. IJ*0 

IIUMRFH lllirm PtlRNtTORE E 2111 

MrCl.AMY FURNACES AIR CONDI- 

tanning- repalra Model Shaal MelaL 
*®lb Dooglat Si real. B 1014. 


TMHEE DAYS ONLY 
A toeriel tale for all fir rordwnod Et 
■ allenl lor fireplaie and furnary Cill 
in I and 3-fool lengilit in to ynur 
atrerifiratlnna 

l t oid tooo a coma only III 
Al*ir Dont-Dry Kindllno Ui.a.ai.leetl 
100 fir hand {.irked to atiminei* ell 
taeduai and tuhliitn All I) ... lengUi 
O 11(4 

A GUARANTEED ALL 104'.. IIII.I CHEST 
fir wood, Clean fir blorka and alalia, ao 
nemiork. no r*der Readr lo burn Y«u 
retinol gel bailer wood One tord de- 
livery Hlora* and tlabt. 44 50 Clean 
drvlan.l ready-tn-burn Hr wood In 13- 
Inrh length* on* rnrd I* 50- and drr 
blorka, 17 SptH wuoo |7 
Mll.U-RERT WOOD- RATTAN AI.NOH 
Night and Day- Plvona E ma 


Aiiewliiuiy No Cajar wt Ru«0'*b 
IMBIDK BLOCKB and nailK BLABS If 
1 COKDB |» 04 

I COR Da _ 111 00 

Ouarawieed fun aiaaau-a 
B 4433 


NOTE: Store opd Yard Closed 
Good Friday — Open on 
Saturday ond Monday 


FREE ESTIMATES UN REPAIRS 

Purnilure rrfiiiMhliig, F.tnrb i'ullthrrt 

SPECIALTY FINISHERS li 4a|J 

USED APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE 
IN STANDARDS VII* HUGH MARK 
MOUSE VIEW UP PROM DOUGLAS 

Pull Line of Hnu«ehold Purn.ehlnaa 
PANDORA USED FURNITURE 
1054 Pandora ntai Cook K 4314 

DONT REPURNISII HEPINH4H 
Fret FtUmgie. 

Specially Flnith*r» M 4112. 

NEW on USED PURNITUHE AT LOW- 
aa* prira* and oeel a«l*etton 

VOGUE PUHNITUHE HOUSE 


BEYB CUT. LOCKS 5 APES REPAIRED 
lawn mawort acu.urg aharpenad Pi ir#'» 
Key Shop 047 Pori %'reei Garden *331 


Is BUSINESS PFiHSON AI.S 


LAWN MOWER AHAKPENINO 

REED B SAW REPAIRS 
104) View and 1TJ4 Cnok S'teeit. f 


LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! 

SAWDUST SALE 
Buy It From Jack Starck 


HAVE YOU A MORTOAOE OR AN 
agreement fnr that you r*c*l>* 

munlhiy paymtnla tram and ar* eniioua 
la eell 'a nail** your caahf A*k far 
I l* Smith for appointment ot ne 
•ill rail al your homo on raqueet 
Pinanr.al Survey Limited 1)24 Oovarn- 
ment Street. O 0)04 or evrninga. ■ 5104 

UNWANTED HAIR~ VANISHES - WITH 
lara-l'r lu lately parmanenlly lor- Baer 
t.abnraUirlea 170 Granville- Vancouver 
S C and Mholboll Drug Blor* 400 Jnhw- 


CROWE, GONNASON 

CO LTD 


No I Common atiimis 115 No. 3. 

IM TOnaut aod *r*o.e # HIM 

let Ship ap 404 00 

1*4 848 444 00 

U* S4S 1)0 00 

111 84 8 L X 1 commas — 044 00 

iii rough tedai, Go war line*, luul 

4*5“ rough radar. 17a oar lineal fan I 

fag" raugb cedar. 14a per lloaal faai 

4*4" *«dar guitar II* ear lineal foot 
Cheaper and be'lar materia) (•< fence* 
Prompt Daiieery 
Open Baturday Colli 4 PM. 


. 847 FORI STREET 

la lha piara'*ia nave anur .awn m 
aharpenad 

PRICE’S KEY 8HOI* — O *311 


Beit Saoduti in Town 

• UNITS BY BLOWER 

8 4133 


ELVES & SON 


A BARGAIN 

YOU CAN DEPEND ON 
No I Up. Iilaod all Hr apllt wood ready 
for the at o. * nil 13". 1% card* 110 40 
No I dryland fir block* and alab 11’ 

I •* card* «10 54 

No. I Planer End* 1<» cord* 410 14. 

Ronald Hopkins Fuel Co. 

Dor 4 7014 Nila 
IMMIGIAIB DELIVER Y 


LUMBER— 

lal Aevei Rabhellar Bidlbg. 1) grad*. 

100 BM fiat 47)0 

3i4 8 48 Utility Orada 10* MM real II 44 
1*4 Shlol4u Ka 3 Cwibmau 

104 nil feat ... |7 44 

Iii duller Belevt Common, 

per lineal fool IT* 

4*4 duller Nelerl Commas. 

BUY YuUH WOOD FROM ! **' W ***' ,<Ml1 ~ **' 

COL WOOD FUEL HARDWOOD FLOORING— 

Order from aa aad vm'ii raceiva a.-* 1*1 rRG quarter Cu* Rad oa* ruoring 
and belief Wood cheaper W* tell I WI nu ( nl -jg M 

nulhlua bul fir millwaod -Ha heavy j t j T * u ^ lit- Umt riaoilut 

enough for lha furaara and yak eaa.ly u iu „i *' ai* ■« 

*P.H far »b. .oak so,,. i„ 14U i Commas 1*., PhM.ia. 

Huqe 2-cord loads, only $10 , , L«* ■“ •*** dim 

_ „ _ l«J T4tO No I Common Shurio Plooying. 

PRONE 100 BM feet . 411 44 

DAT E 4441 Niairr t 4I40 It) TWO No 3 Coiwmun Bhorl* Plan nna 


FOUND $50 


CENTRAL HOME M AINTENANCE -CAR- 
P'lliry <rrpalral, fearing painting a-.-utl 
aervirea lo tap*, i nk* toil* < alnd'ia* 
Ota Formally of Central Mu. <*4* Ma.n- 
lenan- e 11 447. Piumpi k nil 

PAINTING AND IEI VC'CcT CAMPklN I’M Y 
rrpaiiv B 4137 ...id k 341) 


Low-Cosr Quolity 
WEATHER STRIPS AND 
INSULATION 


(IAS SERVICE - INST Al LATION 

GORDON PAG r LTD - B )«3t 


Hagel'* Chesterfield House 

Pe.iai y-lo-rvu urlre* Term* available 

O lull. 434 JOHNSON ET MEET EHGL1B1 

(«n II! 


k'-e, T.'vTVl'liV ■* l TE AND TRUSSES CAREFULLY 
HUM ib «ur pci vat# fitting room 
,rt UODKiiN PHARMACY 

Onugiaa and J«hna*in Scraela ■ 11*1 

HAVE TOUR FORTUNE TOLD BY 
"Madem Zola from Th* Riviera. Prarco. 
TTie Mnel Pnpular header in Toan. 
CAIRO COPFEE SHOP Lpp H B C 

BRONCHIAL ASTHMATIC ATTACKS 
can be '.ulrkly relln ed wi»h Darla 
A.llim* Remedy N-i 7t»4 Oe' a threw* 
. eel* tiiH.iiy t) M) A' all itr<i*(l»l» 


P1IRN ACE AND UTOVB REPAIRS OAS 
and a lava cnnnecllnne O 040W 


HEAVY TWO-FOOT FIR 
EVEN LENOTHB LARGE MEASURE 
TWO CORDS. 110 

EI.LIE B 401 


PAINT NOW PAY LATEX 
Complele ilermelmg aarvl.e ln*lda and 
•<ui A iimJ Job lonk* belief and lav* 
linter. Hare dial rntif *p>ayed hi* 
taring Phi.ne Ted Itlll-Tnui *i <10)11. 
fnr fre* evllm* e 0)134 eye.tlno* 


WOOD AND SAWDUST 


TRADE-IN SPECIALS 


HERE'S YOUR RANGE 
AT WONDERFUL SAVINGS 


Flexolite Weother Stripping 

of tpont* robber wllb euamel facing m 
•cm pla'e »ii for doora ond ariwdowa 
Door awta aompiau 41 5* 


4 pier* diue-i* haul flolkb 
Chiom* eaientlnu -able 
Buffet .able and faur ah* 
nsK.rol finlah 

l-piere c l.f u me arm daeenporl 
che*iarfleld arm chair 
Laige oat buffei ollb. mirror 
Clieolerf leld .Rale . 

Five d.aoar while* -rod .beat 
nigi 

Swlld ua a glnt.io labia 
Cool and wuo4l rani* 


CLARK A P ATT 7 SON 
lnieGne ani eblerli.r tminllna Tealure 
wnrk. paper hantm* elr Our pride* 
ore rtahl Free evtlmaip* and aiitke 
Ru. phnne M 0411 Re. plifme 0 0441 

NO DOWN PAYMENT! UP TO 24 
month* to pay 

FRANK CLARKSON LTD 
Fainting Contre-ior* an a Decora'ovw 
1304 Wharf 8i reel Glut 


with waiarfriMv 


ISLAND FUEL SUPPLY CO DOORS— 


B 1074 The*# hi lie a grode door* will b* a great 
•avlag m yaur building at llteaa pfleee 
2 Oil 4a IS Gndpl* Mch 1*11 

14*4 «*IS O.ldult. ea. b . 44 00 

2 lit *« i *a Oridplr, aoch lain 

3(i* til*. Urldply. earh _ ... 14 05 

14*4 4il>y Orldpl*. earn 4114 

Tau can alio uvo three 3 tit -I doara ta 
maka up the required vpa.a uf a (araga 
door el a great earing' 


Westroc Wool ln*ulotion 

IW Balia wt BONO!. ITS 

For Pvorlao — Bava# lu Fwal 


ArTKHTtONi FOR A COMF1 JTTB OVER- 
haul of tour tewing machine a 1031 
Taylor 4 Ca, (I* Pori 

ECZEMA ITCH. PILES PSORIASIS TRY 
teeniare ointment. tit Curmornai 
Strewl and all depaGuaanl drug aturaa 


DIFFERENT aND DISTINCT 


...f» 

color- Inned tael atiiae and atmulnled 
atone maaonry for walla firdwlaroa 
«•*'•«*. *t< 

COLOR to CONCRETE CO. 

14) Gland Ht|h*ey Fhmie Baimaol II W 

ROL8CIIBXN IRE ORIOINAl. ROIXUla 
rieacreen. metal weaihera'rlpa 

* ague V ewe* tan «lti>da 

■ r i.rioN ■ a*#* 

ATTENTION NOME BUILDERS 1 NAVT 
Jack cement gravel 13)3 rard, da- 
Itvtted U 0004 an ylla>* 

GRAVE!. FOR CEMENT, ROAD* AND 
fill Powdi ahovoi for hire. 8 fill 

VENEER COKE LOG SIDING . BOOKS 
Lake Lumber Ltd O 1)11 

LA ROE SriSCTION OP USED DOOl'B 
• in.fi.wa and *del. etc lit King* Rd 


Sawdust - Sowdusf - Sawdust 
3-DAY SPECIAL 


Ann* wood aad coal rant 
water tank compartment 
On# mooaro wood haatwr 

and thee* api 
G-E refrlgeramr 
taay yaruum rug waahar 
B» a.ly wa*n*r. aa aaw 


BUTLER BROS. 


PAPPKHANGINO a B PEC I ALT 1 - in- 
terior. eater tur painting Old wall* mada 
like new with Uyptea Bpei'lal galea In 
artect. Call Tommy Marker ■ *773 
Clean, careful, couriroua aetvlca. 


HOME FURNITURE CO 


Sole agency fur Moore - WhHttagtwn 
mil AU headrlg ruaraa 
aawdtiel Ouaranteed tto*. fir Ouahao- 
teed all year round 

2 Units by Blower $11 00 

2 Uoifs bv Bulk $6 00 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 

Try If Before You Poy for If! 

2 Cords 2-ft for Drum 
Furnace. $7 00 

Planar Knda. I Cord _ _-*T 50 

ParMlitrr aawdutt Guaranteed at) Hem- 
Ib'k. for greenhauaa. garden aad 
cn'rken* 

1 On Ha Bulk ** g« 

2 Untie br Blower gg 44 


WB WISH TO ADVI8E OUR CUS- 
TOMER It THAT THE TAND WILL 
CLONE AT I P M ON SATURDAYS 
COMMENCING MARCH II OFFICE 
WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL 


WEBB to RON. O 4127 — PAPERIIANO- 0LKNDOR TABLETS ARK EFFECTIVE 

Ing, painting Qul-k. clean, ral.abla. Three wee*.’ .upply, ») ■•ea* I) 

Fi-.l-rla.* worimenuna TtolGy ware At all druggtat* 

■ aperlrnc* Victoria 

— _ FRYS EAflTEB BOOB FROM ENGLAND 

GEO E GOOD WIN -INTERIOR AND Th* EngllGi Sweet Phup 714 Ya-.et 

INVIBIBIJl MENDING. REWKAVlNO 
alter el", na guaranteed IMP Pom I «;u 

BPRNCPR SUPPORTS INDIVIDUALLY 
deattbed Mra Mirn-oa. Albino 141-F 


Building* Before daGdiag tnyeatlgat* 

tha adventMe* of Ro'o opara'ad 

STEEL SASH 

IX)W INITIAL COST 
LOW INSTALLATION COBT 
NO W ARPIM) NO 8 Tit "KING 
FREE ESTIMATES 


CASH 


BUTLER BROS 


GCXDD USED 
FURNITURE 


Spring Is Here— We‘v# 
Sprung 

0*1 y/uf MfEMAMfKR FREE *.'h 'ha 
pur> tie-* of the famoua MrCiaey Piecing 
Rang* <ir Refri*. »*'«» 

BOLD ON BUDGET Ff AN 

Peden, Goodmon & McKeoziq 

Hardware Baro topi — Irrigation 

447 Cormorant Btrael ■ 7*11 


C r UDNuMAN DECORA TOR PAINT- 
lug «pr*Tlit< peperhai'ding Pre# celt- 
ihalaa Phnne I Vgovt Nl«htt I \«lt 

It 5 1 . I A HI 4 DECOR A TOUR LOWER 
oyvrbead, tuwtr ptl.aa. Paaitlng ya 
pair* B »«4* 


Juilders* Sash & Door Ltd 

CGMPtkrB MILt.WuRE SERVILE 


VENETIAN BUNDS IJIUNDKHRD SPAR, 
kltnt eleun Bud Ray Prud'iela B *411. 

NUBONB ~FDUNDATION GAnMENIB— 
Lma am) foal ywur lovaly beak O lITt 

evertthTno TOUR NOBBY NEEDS 
at T P Model# * HoMtlot *4* Cormorant 


DOUGLAS BUILDING 
SUPPLIES 


HUB FURNITURE CO 

TU JOHNSON BY U 


SPECIALTY PLYWOODS 


LANGFORD BUILDING 
SUPPLY 


KOHBIB to PK2X- EXPERT PAINTtNO 
and dacoratlng Sneclal rata* before tha 
inrtng ruth R t)I> for tree tlftmate* 


■It. ad Afrtran Mahogany Rtnbon Drain 
Top quality 

4 ft (4 ft « ,' Oil. 

4 ft t 4 ft. a V O ) A 

4 fl a 4 fl. t V* O I B 


Oa* elect r It refrigerator email eta* 1134 
Odd chair and aletwi 42* 54 

Small aak bu/fttg 131 14 

Ft>* Kiea. frem *7 44 W 111 M 2Xin *f ACHIN K.K Y 

Naw Mollrwood bed* *47 40 up - 

NATIONAL MACH INERT CO. 
Limited 

DGirlbutcra fnr 

Mining Baamlli lyegglag aad Cnn'reelag 
JLquItrmenl 
lOR'itrle* Invited 

Grenville leland Vanruviyev. EC 
4 ON BALK f'Rr 8FL-MAN GAS- 

BEFORE YOU FMADI ON eg! L TOUR OU’en gene* elar H KVA ItO-rM' *0. 
GOOD fUKurriiR* CA1 I C *81* »'h**e pna-e I ana t p m phono 

A* a at e y- iiii'A*. " Roaer. CKMrj Marin* 1371 arMe.t 

HOLMAN & CANNON W,IT ” r •<*'•*< 


MENDING SHOP IN' 
other type* af repair* 


EVKBYT14INO FROM FOUNDATION TO 

ROOF 

Befor* you (lark thai Job igik II *y#r 
with u* Ww ran aava you wianwy 
Material far 44 f< fane*. Including baa# 
board 114 04 

Eanalit* loaulatloa. oar bag |l 44 

Drain Hie 4 in wer ft Ue 

Camant ofr urt gl gg 

OLA nR CUT TO SIZE 
FIFE nniNOS 
PIPE CUT AND THRBADED 
1^1 ua guot* yau on year duart and *a*4k, 
"Nk Hie. ar mada la order 
Yau ran maka imarovamant* lo yaur 
heme and ffnane* .ham ih.u'igh aur 
NOME 1MPROV K5TBNT FINANCE PI.AR 
NO MONEY DOWN 
Fewer Twala far Bant 
Cameni Mlver* Whaatbarrwwa Floor 
Bandar*. Skua***. Elacnr D.tll* ala 
FEES DEI. IVORY 


FTRar-dJlRB PAIHT7NO DONE WITH 
cart and rourkaay Weiia K 7030 

• IS UF BOOM* - PAPERED FREE ER 

klrnate* D Rtnytho S 1437 


;;;; island bldg supply co 

10 10 gVIRTTHTNO IN BUT) DtNO SCFFUSS 
-HEAT FORM- F1EFFLACEB 
“IDEAL'’ METAL WINDOWS 

LllR* earner. t land and gvw*at rwady-mtl 
mi.rtar rock aad clndara. planar prod- 
«eka. ovproa and afnneboarg plywaoda 
flMvIwy prod acta -ommow krbk vHrt 
fWd mg. and drafw Uka *ta 


Ideal Sawdust Fuel 
Co. Ltd. 

Guaranteed Full Meosur# 

302 David St., Victoria 
B 4622 B 283 


ROYAL COPENHAGEN 


SPECIAL TO CLEAR 


HIGH Tl ARB PAINTING. BfONB AND 
cnural work Phnn* Colq 3W9 M 


THE WORLOR MOST BEAUTIFUL 
a PORCEX.AIN 


HOLLAND BROS. & CO 


I I' t I (I 1 < Roiaiv c 0 • African 

Mahogany Ptyaimd. per ah#a> lit* 

4 ft. a 7 tl • V Kola.* * u • Afrtran 
Mahogany Plywood par ahea< 14 70 

4 ft • t fl I *, hi'Ch P<yw»Ad I) 44 

* f l 4 fl I I 10 Sli.h Fliwuud 41*0 

4 II 1*1. 1 ta" Birth Flvwuad 4) 44 


B 7730 - PAIN UNO. DECORATING, 

paparhwnttno. ploitar patching 

5 ~ JONES PAINTTNO AND PAPER- 
banging Work guaranfaed O *777 


SYDNEY REYNOLDS LTD 

THE QUALITY PEOPLE 


Fir Wood From 
SOOKE 

Bark Slabs ond Inside Blocks 
2 cords $12 

No. I Coarse Fir Sawdust by 
Blower and Bulk 

Empire Fuel Ltd. 

739 Pondoro Avq. 

E 8525 B 2424 


PHOTO KNONAVtNO 
ne ling end culm «ng 
Commercial Art 
VICTORIA PRESS LTD 
Engraving Dapl 


4U II 7* 

S D Grade Uoaandad Sheathing. 

ul #♦ 14 

Wg D Orada Untended Shewllilag 

trl 

% O ga ad ad Pkvwmad. 3 «*■ ** 

4/1# D Banda# Pty weed Ta€ M 

Robert Wolker & Sons Ltd 

Butuiara Enow S ea 

US Da *3# Straw* ■ HU 


WINDOW SASH SPECIALS 


Ok MIMIC, Al. INSTRUMENTS 


"BLUE MIKADO" 

At Lower Prices 

Tha baa lawar price* u® tht* 
pwpular Rnval Crawu D*fbv ehlno 
mak* it belter value kl.au avar Wa 
have Jual raeaifad a larta alilMtaank 
at, J can nww IU1 all erdni 

TOBY’S CHINA SHOP 

1*14 fork Strati Victoria, ft C. 


EXPERT PLASTER PATCHING AND 
alur-ro rapalra. Joint filling na walhoard. 
B 14S1. 

PLCMBINO AND ■ EATING 

ACE PLUMEING W MKAT1NO 
Eawair* Comrartt Fra* ruimaiaa 
Karr? HaaiUk— Bob kfwlr 
B 344E - B 744) 

PAUUWB FLUMBTNO - * BBAT7NO RB- 

P*'r4 raamdrling |3U Ga* l HI O 1443 

EMPtRK FLOMEIWO to HtATtWO AL 
4«ral.nna rooira. <* K 4111 7M King* Rd 


THE NEW TURBOMATIC 
A Fluid Drive Chain Sow 

Write or Phan# tar Infarmaiian mi This 
BOW Wr... b Will la. er| Y*Wr C«"l»g 
Come 4* Baa II *4 

NATIONAL MOTORS LTD. 

Tra'.ior Din* i<»* 

O 4177 1)4 VIEW STREET 


COLWOOD LUMBER 
YARD 

1 ruber - IMab • Debra . Moulding* 

Wa! 'board* Plywv-d > I baa. a Maw 


PAINT SALE 


R A GREEN LUMBER 
CO LTD 

ESTIMATES FREE 

TIMS PAYMENT* MAT BS ARRANGE) 
PN A M EB — i A8R - Ml IX WORK 
STORE nXTTMk n — C A BIJrETB 
V P7r 3- ply 4*4 the*'* g* *« 

V,” Fir 7-ply «wi abaat* SIAM 

TWR-TEET — DGWRACnWA 
W ALLBOA 8 Dg — fRgNYLATlOW . 


Rent o Musical Instrument 

Java 'la* tot ton m Bead 

at atrl.."* 

■eatai Appltad an Purabaaa 
raanru T w**f ia. Oar toe 

la.ama a .i R*u* YlOWoa 

ArrrvydVrn* 

Aa iMtamtle* wa* of iltruid yaor 
amid • ma a tral adw-alMti. 


RELIABLE PLUMBING CO 

"A noon r« "mring bbrtice" 
Oardao IMI— Day or night 


WOOD SPECIAL 


BIRKS 


DISTINCTIVE NEW IDEAS 


PACIFIC GLASS LTD. 

•43 pandora avk. . office, a 

*44 MAAON ET— AUTO GLASS. I 


FLETCHER BROS 

Dowam* BUaot riant 



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22 •*M*» tfolontsl Vmwm, | c Mi 

^tiuMudi 11. }f»2 _i 


MIHTELLA.V KO IK 

FOB HALF 


2*1 MIS< UIANKOl K 


| LIFE'S LIKE Til 4T 


HOUSES TO RENT, 
L’NFTBMSHKD 


TO KK.NT. mj.MSHUl 


By Fred Neher 


ONE MEW II CT rr LEON A I 

5®n (iARUENM Md SI'HPI 1ES fci«gr*tpi • a-o ■>■»* electric > 

Iwwh iriDdfiOw dock r#SM 
BERRY CATALOGUE WITH ,or ,nT bwigahold furniture III 

POR THAT SPECIAL EASTER 

diae HR I tmnrf*?/ •»!»» P*'a A nr* ahlDditnl of Panthers Eli 
J and Plantar. f mm lie •« i: 

nx)wtn pot*, urns h i h in a ma _ e»««. 

• •♦pplni atones and acco aiorf ”» rt 

wi uS*°M„h*. .f ONC *pK ft i.w Lf°"T A ” I : < 


sacrifice -ii m* equity ox 

|«M mi 's . ■ iu NI 

A Tl'DEH AKER r HAM PI ON ‘~|.,g, " 

condition. neaiar. ill) a HIT 


TWO- ROOM PVR K lull KD (U1TY B II ALL 
kitchenette **m ' -pr'vai* bath In Oak 
•'** Suaioeaa person aolr 


FIVE-ROOM imOALOW WITH RARE 


mini and furnar* utallani 
Available imnimunly, on* 
Reference* qi,t*> h» supplied 
peivmontb 

A M mijin BPITTAL * 
111* H oad Miraat 


TWO ROOMS AND PRIVATE 
140 ill Orr*n Airctt or T 
Country Home* H im 


SAVE $50 


BERNIE 

NICHOLLS 

SAYS: 


TWO-ROOM SUITE 


HEM] -PRIVATE 
• nuance |«H fatherm* 


THIS WEEK ONLY 


D* LUKE MOOKRN SUITE 
•r Won lb mo Douglaa Rife 
bird Apartment* 


TOP SOIL 
rock iraul 
H| l ha lack 


A P TAYLOR Ar CO 


HOUSES TO BENT, 
FURNISHED OR 
UNFURNISHED 


&RIGIDAIRE DE LUXE 
ELECTRIC RANGES 


WOULD BUSINESS OIRI 
ahara apartmrnl auh anntha 
aril* Bui Mil. Victoria Prea* 


Nnw you ran bake a rake and broil a 
• •eak a> tna «.m» lime in ihe tame 
over. 1 Pea I urea hlgh-spewd broiler and 
au'oma'lr «-*n control Theaa range* 
ara a-ftnil) marked in shipping 


SAVE MOREY ' SEE OUH AD IN To- 
day a announcement column Ihe Shrub- 
bery. 151 Pori St 


BE THE 

MAIN ATTRACTION 


GARDENS ROTOVATED El 
•mall gale Nn broken .print 


UKD-srrriNo room kitchenette 


TRACTOR, LAWN MOWP.RM I'KMCTBION GROUND 
’ ^begr “Obera M 1* up Hand mowers. 

• 1 it Including pl--k up and delivery 
Phone Today. B (Ml 
POWER MOWEn SALEB AND SERVICE 


dialf pnaeeaelnn |j« 

Road 

ALKHT SEHVU-E _ TR^NSPER~C 
When moving call m for faat. 
aervtra Lowest eatea to Va 


refr iterator talking dlaianVe 
lad* O #4d» 


1141 Kuiuimai' 


DOWN EASY TERMS 


BEST TOP SOIL I) 40 MANURE 
»ock^ elect* t a and eravel E all* 

MR O ARDEN EK BEE OUR SOLID OAK 
rlowor tuba H 4M1 


EASTER 

PARADE 


T*0 ROOMS NEAR PARLIAMENT 
Build tn(a. tie w!y_decorattd <j *4.4) 

THREE- ROHM SUITE. WOHRINO 
couple only Nn children O »o«a 


SAVE $100 

I ONLY 

FRtGIDAIRE HOME 
FREEZER 

Hnida 114 lua nf frpaen food Ampl* 
■ 1 ru ft rapacity Blidini abeivea »n,l 
eounter-riaianred 'up Automatic inter .»» 
Hint and d«K-r lock 


ONP USED 1 EASY SPIN DRY WASH 

li( machine alan apari men: - aite inn 
Top *» and Spartan conaole radio guaran 
teed Term* I0»a Prmnrnka Street 
B 1*41 


SMALL HOUSE. OI.EM LAKE OARnSN. 
• atar and lijh l pmaldad MO pet month 
Heimom 1377 


IMMEDIATE 
•oil II 44 pa 


B 3(34 

TYRRKLLS NtflMKIB 4001 QUADRA 

Open aeven dara weekly 


llirckland I rooma Lady unly 140 04 

Beach Drive ] room* Adult* only fan 00 


WITH ONE OF 


4.1 HOUSKS WANTED TO 
KENT. El KNINIIF.D 


. "OUR" 

BETTER USED CARS 

IQC I fladlllae Sedan q*n |rren, 
' 'Jl hidramaUr radio and hea'ar 


Pemberton, Holmes Ltd, 

>114 1001 Oorernment Btreet 


Wf HAVE A RUSINKBR EXECUTIVE 

ami family c.-mlug from the Eau who 
■I'hea Im rent fumlatied home with an 
nptlOTi to ourrhaae Onod dutrlci A 

A p-.»all H AO AH A HWAYMK LTO 
O 0411 

WOULD LIKE TO RENT FOUB ROOM 
hnuae foi ■iimmri month* ne|innlii| 
Mav I Madera ron*enian'ea and ilnaa 
• lertrte in btia H 1*44 

•71*44 *'t2 41 b HUUMRN WANTED TO 
iui«. ..ar BF.NT, LNEI RNISHU) 


SPRING HAS COME 


S I EEL BUNK BEDS NEW MAT- 
treaae* 110 Weitmabouae rempre**or. 
Iln Three-hola i*e eream brine corner 
new • -h p mi>l«* and rnmore*aor 1140 
Cnlnuiu Hi - n 


40b El. ATS slid APARTMENTS 
TO KENT. t'NFI'RNISHED 


DOW s’ EASY TERMS 

Wash Day's A Pleasure 

WITH A 

BEATTY 

NO SOAKING NO RUBBING 1 

NO RLEACMINO' NO SOILING ' 

ECOWA-Mtsm MBCHANINM 

BUY rr TODAY 

Only $1 19.50 

WITH TRADE-IN 
Look! Here You Can 
Save 

Up To $150 

I ONLY - 

PrlfldAtre Refngaratitr, *1 Ml, fl 

0"»» . 117*75 

1 ONLY - 

Eleeirlr Ran** only _ flj no 

I ONLY 

Steal lie «*■» Twn-dnar madel ||g t) 

I ONLY 

Wood and Cnal Ran** only .. Ill 40 
I ONLY - 

Rarard Player nn iv HO r*l 

I ONLY 

Ref rlfe-amr ante it. 4 40 


$4395 


The One-Stop Store 

ALL TYPES OP KEYS CUT WHILE YOU 

for All Your BHor 

Gardening Needs * 47 ' 0M - 81 

„ BKNT A WASHING MACHINE AT 1*00 

•/till irrivFrl KnrDs»*i p»r mnnih Fniir monini rFr.ttl may 

O •• • r 4 • 99 f\ j Hf 10 V#«r» SO fi •« $0 •ppUtd on purcho** PlcUhir Ire* 

S'*ndaro fraia cttche/a I4r If 14 l« ° nik4 ‘ 

• nd 14 mower* each 1144 GUARANTEED REBUILT CLEANERS 

r>.U Una nf aprlnkleia from II 10 >n *14 14 All make* |9 »4 up Pre# demonairauon 

I ran. |a|foo me Only II »f ? r y 4C,,UM 4 KPPLIANCB CRN I HE 

ran*.. im*a*4r* 40 U II *0 B " aUl * 9,l, ‘ * n 4 •*"!« B *114 

*'Wi,. (ra*a amp* Eaay cuiiini ar'ion BBH-B LAUNCH HOODS. BOAT COV- 
fa. h .... era tarpaullna etc. made m arder 

■ r.. ..II .Iiwi r«, . . r J*»iae * Biu Lt<4 . 470 Jahnaon Areet. 

■ b*. iaI- lino far v/igr -.id lawn mower o aail 

nn 'he Duruiai* of • rtemaon" llfhl- 

•»'«nt aluminum mnwar I* .pr-.d PORTABLE SAWMILL POR BALK WITH 

rubier tire* bau-bearln* action Pin- ablnala and abate maker aitarhoirnl 

laned In brtfh’ enamel Pull for It IC4 Call M Barron rtenlni*. 
price 113 44 B 1*41 Addreaa 111* Pandora Ave 


Pnwar-CPllda Da l ua* Chavmiel, 
’•dm and healer iwn-dmt 
torpedo back. .nice, 

Pull prlea i Z I DU 


Ars you trying an rgg or slgnsillnc to some Indian trit*. 


DUTCH PA Mil. V WANTS Hnuil WITH 
tour »r live mom* Clnae to piefarrad 
If 4440 


Chevrolet radio 
and haa<ar 


CATTLE 


37 ROOMS TO RENT 
HKNISHEU 


Chetroiei l-dnnr 

dlllonni 

robin -eic blue 


LICENSED SLAUGHTER HOUSE 
Slauibtertni or all kind* Pick uo and 
lelivery All tv pea of llvatlark l»ou*bl 
«n.l dav-nld ealvea Colqut'i 3(4M 


TWO SEPARATE ROOMS IN WARM 
tn>m* for '*■* workinc cirl* KUchen 
hr vilega* clnae tu Fujmma.t a'ore. and 
buaea B 441* anytime 

BRIGHT, COMFORTABLE SLkJEPINO 
0*27' l, “ I ‘ n, " ltl * n available 

CLEAN. COBY AND QUIET POR 
■ orklne man rloac in. accommodation 
lor car K 1*47 


A V All.ARLE MARCH 11 CLONE 
Jubilee Ho.oltal in new 14-auna in 
or bachelor aulte lunals'inf of lie 
ri>om IS feel Iona *patlaiia inch 
equipped with refrlceraliir and e. 

• Lite Creating rn»m fi*ur-pleit 
rniim Rem *•* Cuntact | 
fiaunilara Newatead Re.ttv 74* 
Street. K ILi or home O *44* 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OP A 

• Htlnj room and kitchen Electric 
and fridge Heat .nd hoi water 

( Iitd Hendlt waanet and dryer 
lock* from public library Rant 
Phone O 4M4 

CAROLINE APARTMENT - SEA 
• UUe .nd Iippoalle Beaton HUI 
Conilalln* of Uad-Llvlnt room 
room, dinette kitchen with range 
refrigerator Vacant April l gli 
month Hager A Hwayna L*d, o 

LOVELY UPPER DUPLEX T1 
rooma and bath Separate entrance, 
u» uanaonrUUoti. five mliutea 
lowr. 417 40 Inrludea g|f u'llli'-i i 
Ihf rraunle preferred l BO • Cha 
Avenue 


Fnrd ludni. 

dark green 

■ lr rondntoner 


PRKMK GUERNSEY COW ALSO YOUNO 
Ouarnaey bull Cnlqulti 7* M 


14 II ALLS. STOKF.N snd 
OFFICES TO BENT 


GOATS 


Oloarnirtilla Sedtnella 

nydramaltc 

five new t|rea 


TWO GRADE ONE REGISTERED TOG 
I mbit rat for tale Srxik. 14 n 


MODERN OPPfCEH POR RENT IR 
K*»- Stnbait Bulldlnt 7*4 Yalta St aultabla 
'°" diKtor nr other profaaalnnal pertain 
*"P- Eltvatnr and lanliirr aervua Telephone 

r.*e o 55«| 

HALL AND OPP1CE ON ^COURTNEY 
Straet Juai off Douglaa. auitab e for 
>*w meellng* aoelal (rnup manufac urer a 
ark agent Will give leave Applv E I’ll 
alh- Jc.ne« A Scott. 110 Yarrow Building 
and 

per SMALL OPTICS SPACE TO RENT WfTH 
111 or without telephone aerv.r* near 
Hr Co Oiound floor Ideal (nr amall 
REK i.ijamr** Rent rer* raaanntole Phont 
Juaa O *144 


Cadillac Plre'wi.od 
Cadillac* Hvdra.1 
radio and heater 
DOWN 


DOGS 


EPINO ROOM LINEN PURNISHFD. 
plate poadble aultable gentleman 
Chamberlain Street O ttgs 


ALUMINIUM LADDERS 
All type* built to laat a Mfetlma 
PUrrcHER SUPPLIES LTD 
1010 Dauflaa Btreet E 


Less Trade-In S2 00 
YOU PAY ONLY S30 55 


GREATER VICTORIA DOG OBEDIENCE *30 
Training Club * aprlng cuurer atarta on „ „ 

Tueaday. April 1 Po r lurther oartiiu- El-'RNIflHED Rooms ONE BLOCK EAST 
lara call K TOO* of City Hall Reattmabl* 111* Amelia 


Plymouth Speriai 
S»dan radln 
and heater DOWN 

Pnotlae Chieftain 
one owner DOWN 


JENERAL PURPOSE GLOBS AND PLAT 

>» nt. per gallon (1 *1 color* and white 
Haida Paint Ml* Co Ltd 1101 Wharf 
•'•♦e; ifool of Yavaat 


METAL WALNttT GRAIN BEDSTEAD 
chrai of drawera anmotnatinn high 
chair child a ttalkon wagon Relmont 
144 V 


Po'd Plikup 
Juai like new 
DOWN 


KAHHITS 


BOOTH AMERICAN 
g'lvernmant regtatereKl 

able price* Oeor.e 

Rtiad Duncan Ki-Li 


rHiNcmu.A« 
graded Reaairn- 
i«g*. Tauunakem 


ONE NBU. PULL* AUTOMATIC OURNEV 
eleet/lc range Price reduced for ra*h 
New guarantee 1«4< Pembroke Street 
B II*] 


ATCO POWER MOWERS 

Pkntit nf Ho* ere in.* irte Pineal La* a* 
A«k for • Damanatration 

NATIONAL MOTORS LTD. 

Trarinr Dtviaion 

» mi t.n virw STREET 


Read O 144) 

CENTHALL4 LOCATED Haul PIANO 
and kitchen faclllliea E 47)3 *•) pm 


PRKPIC7 low 
• te DOWN 


MODERN ) - ROOM ELECTRICALLY- 
eoulpped anaruy^bta Superior Hlreet 
Ready for preupanty April 1 |glt ,.er 
Bronth Kar a* Stephenann Ltd *7* Gov- 
ernment Street G IDT 

AVAILABLE APRIL I THREE-ROOM 
•e (-contained auite alartric ato»e and 
frlrtga garage auppllrd Parklana Aoart- 
menia 174 per month 
VERNON MARTIN * CO LTD 

OAR BAY SEAPRONT 
1J4» Beach Drive 

New apartment nnw available L. .... 
Phone O 074* Valroae Aparlmenta. 

NEW MODF.flN APARTMENTS AT 1131 
Broad Street rhrea rooma with electric 
range refrlg.ratnra. carpet* and heat. 
f*s and 170 mnnih Phone o 1*41 


Ponuae Hydramallt 
• no heater 
DOWN 


ENGAGE YOUR LITTLE EASTER 
bunov now 10*4 Portage Road or call 
C-i qut't 144 M noon hour, evening* and 
all day Sunday 

RABBITS angora NEW ZEALAND 
white pair of Reg. breeding elock. 
hUlchea U *744 


BARGAIN 

Pi'gtdaire •!* • cubic - toot refrigerator; 
Prlgldaire eight •< ubtr -font rernaeratnr 
Eaay Spin-Dry waahar Trrma K 44*4 

VACUUM CLEANERS 
(luaramaed Service at Reaaonaole Ra'ea 
ABC BI.ECTHIC 
fill* 4d7 Port Street O 1*41 


111 Jnhntnn 


4ft MLS( KLLA.N FOU-S 
TO KK.NT 


FACE 

TISSUE 


Chr rater Wlndaor Sedan 
and heater ana-owner „ 
car DOWN 


ROOMS TO KK.NT 
UNFURNISHED 


DO YOU NEED 


RENTAL OP VACUUM CLEANERS ANt 
fl 4441 finer poltaher* B 7(2] or t Ml* 


’or dependable 


CAGE BIRDS snd 


VACANT APRIL 1ST. 
mom downtown block 
lorla Preaa 


erraeing 


COMBINATION CASH REGISTER AND 
buokkewping machine New in rondluon 
• nd appearance II )4« Por Informa- 
tion phone f 7*43 


*6 WA.NTKD TO RKNT 
MIS< KLIJ4NKOUS 


AVIARIES 


Last coll on this every- 
day item — o well-known 
make Stock is going 
lost so come on down 
and qet yours now 

Lady's Size 


2 Ho FARM IMPLEMENTS 


3H HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
TO RENT. FURNISHED 


BREEDING STOCK - CANARIES AND 
budgie*, breeding tuppllet mating fooda. 
breeding cage* nteu etc Patland 111 
Port at Rlanahard O (7)1 


ARIENS b-lt P ROTARY TILLER, 

• •■•Item condition | 

M daaat 4«»-ft tiller with aeeder 

hit I 

Aak for a demon*" ra t mn of our t 
Hammer Mill with l-point mountin* 
will airiai* >nii' 

17M Quadra Btreot E 1 


PICTURE PRAMINO 
|)Wi Williamson a Photo and Art I 

r »rt •straat 

IJM 


PEMBERTON. HOLMES 


Cadlltar Ci 
"'•MC drl*a 
do»* and 
upholster* 
DOWN 


TALKING BUDGIE, 
mala E 111* 


MOPPAT ELECTRIC RANOB POUR 
platea. *130 Unique dognoute, 111 Oar- 
den cart *7 Garden tonla. |) O 7*17 


WANTED-l^nOE BUDOIE CAGE POR 
houta le hold 11 birdi E *80* 


Properly Management 
Residential and Buatneaa Property 
Rental* 

Llat Inga Required and Requested 
V N H Oardam Rental Menaiar 


Pont lee Bedanetia 
radio and heater 
DOWN 


RABY BUDGIES. TALKING STRAIN 


cylinder, 


NEW OIBSON TRACTORS PRICED 
from 444* up See the Wlndolph Garden 
Makar— It plow* dura ai\d cultivate* in 
one operation Pri ed Iron* «l*»4fl up 
ROTO TILLER SALM 
14*7 Douglaa Street 
O 7*aJ O #7)1 


BABY BUDGIES SEVEN WEEKS B **0« 


PAWCETT SPECIAL ALL 
wood and coal atava good rc 
Aladtloek Rt Phone B toil 


A FRONT BED-ariTINO ROOM POP 
builneaa gentleman h**l plate tinea 
vlrtnlty Cook and Rockland C #401 


Monarch Sedan 
heater *|| leather u 
hotatarv DOWN 

Ja'elln Sedan with 
naw mo'or DOWN 

Eord Rard-Tnp on 
"•ner DOWN .. 


MISCKLLAN SOUS 


LIVESTOCK 


CHILD'S POLDINO OO-CART AIA5 
babv rar seat and automatic bottj# 
warmer, good eondltlrm reaaonablt. 

K V71# 


CAPITAL SUPPLY 

Company 

"Your Surplus Centre" 
1501 Government G27I3 


LOVELY SUNNY ROO$< 


IP (T'S IOHN DEERE ITS fHB BEST 


CARS for SALE 


home rooking tarimi*. Close 
and high achool. Phuna K «44j 

AVAILABLE NOW NEWLY DE 
ed light hnuaekeeping rooma lu 
1)1 Niagara 

BniOHT. Vlean. newly deco 

linen iiuhea .ii found krai* 
Cathedral and city centre lou 1 


COW AND HORSE HAY. F 
• seen Victory aeen qgtg e | 
treated New *eed this year 
son Brentwood Keating 14 Y 


MORE MACHINERY 
SPECIALS 


l»5l Chevrolet Sedan 
itaii Poid Custom Sedan 
motor 

1*4* Kurd Sedan 
1*41 B-ji-k Bedane 
heater 

1*40 Dodge Sedan radio and heatar 

very good g'kl 

!•)) Paid Coupe brand-new motar. vary 

dean ld-lnrh wheel* 

Man? iiiata to rhooae from 
CAPITAL AUTO SALEB 
TWn ROOMS 141* Douglaa •'Big Belaelton n #71) 
or two Chrla- 

Ih Drive . CADILLAC CONVERTIBUt 

I mua< sail me 19<* Cadillac convertible 
t UPBTAIBS Immediately. , n (he oeal offer takes it 
• •ter Included Thu car la guaranteed In tterfert condi- 
tion and fully equipped New while. 

-nru.m* Oi.uule Eaglea lire* and rooipleta 

. i J* u ’ ,n * ur *"'• tf •anted Phone is S 173. 


11* RICHMOND. BM ALL THRE 
duplet, couple uni* 140 Im 
Smith B .4341 or B 4484 

BACHELOR SUITES TO RENT 
*<reei IS* per month 
or B 704) 


ADDING MACHINES CASH REQISTKRB 

t u cabinet*, butinea* forma J R Pipe* 
u tinea* By ateme E Ml I 

"Naernr Sawing afaenlne* 

fha World a Pineal 
Sea Them at II* fort 


racnndl' Inner! 

II 1*4 
A anap at onl* lit* 

ue radio and 


HOTF.LS 


PROM 

SCOTT & PEDEN 

LIMITED 

Ona nn > ■ h p Ariena rotary llller 1.140 
Ona onl* • h n Ariena rotar* llller lift 
, Two uaeq pony Irartart 
in atreiiani condition 
Quit putning that hand mower Sea our 
complete Una of gar and electric model* 
from *»• up 

Pnona nr call in for demonstration 
•it haul obligation on Ihe MERRY 
TILLER lha machine that doca 
evary'hlng in vmir garden 

IA* Cormorant S’reai O HU 


BEVERLEY HOTEL 
MODATIOM D* THE HEART OP 
■ a In a good-eiaa* hotel at mod- 
ra-.ea We taka rare ol Iranaitnl 
permanent g-jeata Houaekaaplni 
• •ailabla 

leleviaion la aui aomfor'.abla 


trade up 

OR 

DOWN 

TIP TOP 
AUTO SALES 


ACCOM MODATION OP ALL IT PfS LET 
SAVE YOU TIME AND ENERGY 
RENTALS UNLIMITED 111* BROAD 


WATCH THIS SPACE! 

POR BIO SAVINOS AT THE 

The General Worehouse 

WAR SURPLUS ANNEX 

IM-l^ >n po A J?r Rt “^^'iii,* 

M- power m.racopt 
with leather case HI gq 

1X10 PRISMATIC BINOCULARS 
With leather case 11)40 

PI.ASHLIOHT 

Wnn new hallarlea _ . I| II 

NEW SHIPMENT' PUP TENTH 
Two-man *u* pole*, rnpa. paga I? la 


MANURE PUI VERIZED OUCX OUANO. 
4uc lack |3 DO minimum da'lvaead Duo* 
Parm Phana Sidney 'M 


NEW AND USED OALf ANIZED COR- 
rugaled iron Mvdal Sbeat Watal Aaiu 
1010 Douglaa Streol. 


Lawn Mower* aharnenad -roller tad and 
dallvarad Sativf action guaranteed *34 
Cormorant A J WORTH 8 5*11 

U6ED 9EWlNo _ MACmm LARGE 
••lection all good condition Etna Saiaa 
• nd Sarvlre ail Part Street. 11)11 


TWO-ROOM BianilST PONTIAC TORPEDO «• BEDAN- 

, at. - HA8 a K '?,f N T S VJ2 I .r Rt * * U, 1 ,n v " r ■ 0< ” , eoBdlUOB Cualom 

Avenue' * A, ' r| l 1 *7M Alfiert ••dtp heater defroater aun vlaer •••! 

envera twn-ione paint Only II 1*4 
BUITABLE POR YOUNO CDUPLE IM- «*»m. 

mediate poaveaamn Borkiand A>en,.* . _ W F"flT COAST AUTO SALES 

B Jtll *14 Douglaa Corner Broughton I Jill 

MODERN BATCHELOR - TYPE SUITE ,M * PCMT1AC DE LUXE SEDAN ETTE. 
• vailabla earlv April, o IU1 'wmaeulata condition very low mile 

_ _ **e alr-eondltloner defroater* naw 

•&£*** BVJTM tirea Only 11.1*4 Trade lerma 
eloae In. PalrflcW R 4T31 EMU WEST COAST AUTO SALES 

LOWER DUPLEX TWO ROOMS AND ” 7 Do * ,,u * rorn * f Stboghion E3*)| 

•Ml HILLMAN MINX DX LUXE REDAN 
in aicallent condition Leather uphol- 
ster* r unotn alr-rondtlloning healer and 
defrnaiet Only I! 1*4 Trade Term* 
WEST COAST AUTO SAIKS 
• 17 Douglas turner Broughton r 1*11 


MILLS SOFT ICE CREAM MACHINE 
l 1 -gallon capacity. At condition. 1710 


USED EQUIPMENT 
SPECIALS 


1030 YATES STREET 
E 5913 


ABERDEEN BOTE! 


STRAWBERRY RUNNERS 35c PER 
doaeti delphinium. 15c each S R 
Tnwnaend Public Market 


Attractive Qu;rt Surtaundtni 
Bs» and Cold Wa'ai in Every i 
Close in- Dining Room 
• «l McClura Sir eat 


M N •! with Plow It *50 

M H Pony wi'h full Equipment it 1)0 
M H Pacemaker Rieel 1174 

‘4a John Deera D II •<*) 

'4* Pnrd. »• nnditlnned »«41 

Parmall Cub 1*40 


ONE IMP MOTOR 1 -PHASE WITH 
magner •* box and vwiirh dual V p-illeva 
and he!** Reasonable g|g fnrl P* 

ROTTED MANURE CINDEKS S'llL 
rock. II 5n per yard up Hay. (I par nala 
•I **m IM# King* Road H Vya (. I4A4 

ALWAYS a GOOD BUyTt" ACME USED 

furniture Two full fioori mean greater 
•elect Inn for you K *4)1 444 Jahnaon 


BARGAINS 


ourn court hotel 


BERNIE 
NICHOLLS' 
CAR SALES 


quiet rurroundinga 
Biananard and Huaa- 


... ^ . WIMBLEDON HOUSE 
144 Cook Street 

ONE OR THREE CLEAN 

eloaa In nice dUtrlet. aulte .non 0*744 12T 0 . . T ” n **- R P° M BUITES POR RENT 

CLOSE-IN HOU8EKPT.PINO ROOM 114 
per month 103) Burden g 

^UINIBHED UOUSEKKEPINO 

« LKA ^ OM LA *0* HEU 8ITTTNO 
rooma Ifc-uaekee ping 441 Trutrh B 3114 

WAI i M noOM GROUND 
door, near nark am) tea Phuna B *»n* 

^ ™* r • t ' OMronT *B«-* BED SITTING 
room. Clpae In |3|» P.nrtor. 


THE OLKNSHEII. *04 DOUGLAS A 
residential notai proyidlng avary aomfort 
for eldarly oanolt E 41*4 


Pcdcn, Goodman & McKenzie 

Hardware— Sam Equipment Irtigaiioa 
#4* Cormnram 81 


HOTEL SHERWOOD 
Raaldential m~ 


I *M> HILLMAN nrtmOSAL CONDI 
HUM, black flniab. good tire* D 44#0 


Tranaianr 


I REACH ELKCmiC RANOB AUTOMATTC 11 * 

oven cluck and llmer naw roodltlon _. .. , _ A 
• 1*0 Coal 13(4 O 1441 SUN RAY 

WHITE POTATOES ABOUT THREE MU DOVOI.AB 
r a.rk* J*4 in Bring <ontainer« (4) 

) Idrdg* B M77 

- ONE MOPPAT ELECTRIC STOVE AND 
Rendla *aah»r atmo.l new nne Gen- 
eral Elec trig Prlgldaire Phone E 111* 

DMYBE1.T NETTED GEM POTATOES 
apeciel 11*5 too iba Commercial 
Parmer* mu Hav at Natl' 


DAVID BROWN 


Irflelil Three ranma A«4 «i II a only 144 HOCK BOTTOM PRICE 

neat Three rouma and aunporrh tip- °«il* •!•* for Gila rarellenf ia)( Nash 

ier haated Adult* omv 14104 Sedan )4I7 Plnrenre sr E 7(74, 

nr* Hay five rooma ArfuKa IT MUST BE SOLD' 

'"•» I* T VO — - — - _ 

ting tun Three room. Aduita OOYINO PRIV A1ELYF SRB US POR 

nt* * ln no to •*«>(««• «bat purmaae 

Loan* arranged white *uu wait i| * 
Millet * Co 1404 Government O 44kl 

Peml)erton, Holmes Ltd. 0,0)1 

. _ 1(41 OI.OBMOBM.E SEDAN IN VERY 

104) Oofarnment Btreet good condition inaidr and nut 


951 YATES STREET 
B4 032 


GARDEN HOUSE 

EAST SAANICH HOAD EfK LAKE 
•VOYAL OAK 
Phona Colquil* HIT 


S»iOP WITH NICHOLLS 
AND SAVE DOLLARS 


SUN RAY PRODUCTS LTD 

)*ll Douglaa Street Phona B *#)l 

» SNTF.I) 

MISCKLLAN KOLS 


NP.W Oil CIRCTJLaTINO HEATER CALL 

E <**l 

AT VARIETY WOob'pRODUm iTI 
• itrben eabinat* O l*)J 

CEMENT MIXERS POR RENT— #4 44 PER 
day Delivered B 3314 

IJIARN TO DRIVE THE* EAST WAt' 
R 7433 O 44 S) 

CLEAN V UP SERVICE UUMP TRUCK, 
iwo men Q (431 


3ft Room snd BOARD 


2Mp ANTIQLKS and CHINA 


il FLATS snd A PART Ml ,V r- 

WANTKD. FIRNtSHKD 


THE CAPTAINS ANTIQUE SIIOP - AN- 
tique. itampa c oin* *41 Port E |7*d 

T NGBINBON * SONS ANY IQUB PUR- 

nfure nivar and china M47 Govt St 

2dx ftllSCLLLAN ROUS 

fOR RALE 


l(»I PONTIAC n.ErrLIADCR DE LUXE ^ lC, ° r ' a 
Sedan Custom radln neater aignai in- Offer Gta oppnnun 
dlrater low mileage live good whlta-wgil Morn* or M Q car 
tirea Pyce 11 (2* , Can be *ten at (11 Kn*lknd It* a tlv* t 
Nnrth Park ar phone 0 311# * f )"ur vuit in the 

1(4# MERCURY SEDAN IN GOOD CON- u.a To ^ 
dlllon Cualnm air • norMt loner defroat 
ara *#•■ rove-* It tat Trade term* 

WJWT COAST AUTO SALES 
•27 Dougla* Corner Brrughton I 


•OR RKNT. I NFI RMSHKD -Hh^ 1^?..“/ 

x — — contained spar' men 1 

> UNPURNISHTD BOOMS WITH on# Tf#r »r mote 
Gave and kitchen aink Sis Rupert Yiclorta Prea. 


higne*i buaamia cam prtcaa for *ou> aur- 
•lua furiDtura Pleat* phona B i4)l Paai- 
llvaly no obligation to tall un.aaa vou 
ara fully aai.afied rbaoki folk* 

PAIR CLEAR LEADEDT.IOHT* DOORS 
or rrenrh windows Fax* Sntnrtrv wa*h*r 
■" Bklllea* I* rwrlveel light 4 r alter l'nh 
Goode Hearns Avenue Sidney 11 


GILBERT HOUSE 


Two attra<'lve rooms newly demra'rd 
f>nf n n gruxand fliwir overlooking B»ar-in 
Hill Park walking dlatane* stores and 
•*• famed fnr fine food Moderate ))g 
Douglaa R 170) 


EPS MAN ALONE 
self-contained 
quiet dlatrin Peri 
Bo* 1401 Vltlnna 


3» HOCSKKKKTING ROOMS 
WANTKD. FI RNLSHKI) 


GRAVEL CRUSHED PILL OR HOAD, 
garden sail rock*, may O (Ol 

ANY GARDENS TO ROTDTILL? 

Wight man Albion 17544 

OSHKASH WARDROBE THUNK. EX 

rellrnt . ondltten G 1010 after 10 a m HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID POR 

ladle*' and g*nti‘ auod usad clothlna ■ 

NEW-LAID EGOS POR EASTER )(17 j Tha Barter 1)17 Broad BMI4 ' 

Cedar Hill Croaaroad G (14* ...T — — 

ISLAND JUNK - WE WANT .TOUR 
OAT STRAW HAI.Ef) No I QUALITY, ragv baer bolllta, looia i;un oiaful 


FINE DRAPERIES AND MARQUINETTM 


USED CARS 


atvidkbaker c h a m r i 

CONVEBitHi.g aaeafiant r 
dlllon low milaage orig 
na'iv oterdrl** -ad.o rill 
Mt i tfMithghl and load* 
other terra* # . _ . 

•perlAl $ 1 5 ( 

44(1 Data 

MONARCH SEDAN aaral. 

node and ma'hanirat ear 

ss s i o< 


RENT ALB UNLIMITED - B 3144 lilt IX 

N- merge to landlord* for Itaimg per* 

Its FLATS snd Al'AKTMh.NTS S 
WANTKD. I'NFI RNLSHF.D there 

POUH R(X)M* TWO 4VIINI4* Tate* '! 
wiymen • • a It. g dialanca to lawn R 1413 

R 37 to 


UOHT HOC8SKKEP1NO 


ROOMS OR 

•tudenta wigh 
term Phone R Ifnn 

TWO ROOMS 
Orean Two 


YOUNO COUPLE IN MODERN HOME 
would like 'o board Iwo young men to 
• l.are room Pu|| board. Ill per week 


The Bargain Shop ha* bought hta-ilr 
of large draper* .leargnrra and la in a 

S oal'lon to render a >*•; aavinga lo the 
ouaewtfa who la farad wnh apring 
rleamna nr a move i*> g new home 
Table rlnth pebble -loin and oifter rich 
fabric* In wide -arlele and laiett pa'. 

'Jit* at xaain** up to a dollar a yard 
M a r quite: - e- end hnmeapun* at ptopor 
tinnal radurllon* We mae Ire only a 
Hula •imp nui wa offer you the grealaal goon mndinon lino O 4(41 

• "Weiu *"R* yopi pwrrha*e* made* up H * f> EPRINO AND UAmiBW lib 
for you at 11 vo p«r panel unllned and H G*I 

I) per p.n.1 l,ned p,u. fab, tea ^ PICTURE PRAMINO-DIOOOMS 

THE BARGAIN SHOP III "nn street POR RUBBER STAMPS OIOOON B 

A good ptara to aae« 

DIPPEKKN T 

Would you tara to nav* . bedroom *ut 
In four hnm* which aava Quaiitx I 
|ua| a ■larva- It's tn Colima ttyln 
with vuMkl affarl and it* Her tab 
known at rherry to Ihe eve i, a 
rt-h. dark wainut it conatata of vami 
dreaaer with Colonial b*nrh a love 
h ahhox and alt r art ivelv differeot nr 
eomplata «tlh ribbon apring and Im 
Sion • "Durheu apring filled mattre** 

It a tea* than a vaar old tod prlrad t 
l*a* -than )«•' an ordiners suit* Prtr 
• 111 K< It i * bargain 

WALLY GRAY USED PVBNITItRE 

•n-*i( Johnson s t* 


URGENTLY WANTED 
•'lh kltrhene-'* N< 

•duiu 0 1071 

40 HATS snd Al’AKTMKNTs 
TO, RKNT. FUBNtSIIED 

GBoufiu 

bedroom 


WANTYD SINGLE RTRANn CUL 
lured pearl. old lewelr* igald< ole 
Give- R (414 


12 IIOl’SKS TO RKNT, 

flknishkd 


PIOOR 


kllrlven •< 
Garage 
Qii.el artu, ■ 

• ' '•» or 

• hi) nhrn* 
Pra*. 


CASH POR G(X)D PVJHNITURE AND 
raeyeta Rxrctor a 741 Jrrhnaun tl *43* 


POR ELDERLY I AGY 
»u-im Ttav aervrre Nuralng 
Vienna Press 


PACKARD COACH 
>«'• ml aj'rg* _ 


CASH OR CONStONMENT POR USED 
•m*ll ar tlrlea tool* 1431 Broad ■ (Jill 

RELIABLE USED 7uRNrTUR* PAYS 
'(F Fout furnilura trudte C 411* 

CASH POR ROOKS THE HAUNTED 
BOOKSHOP (*5 poRl s 1437 


CLEAN COMP'D STABLE 
neat*. ■•>••* available 


LOOK!! 

HOMEMAKER’S 
SPRING SPECIAL! 


HOiJM AND BOARD PGR YOUNG MAN,* 1 * 
• id covm and board f.ir youni lady, 


OLO BICYCLES AND PARTS ARE 
wjirth money at all Johnson SirMi 

AN YTHINO IN TOOLS TRUNKS SUTT- 
cav et H igbett prtcoa pa>d G Ljt 

Sis POULTRY, - »1AT< KING 
FX^S. ETl . 


ROOM IN PRIVATE HOM 
arranged near Jubilee Hoaptl 


MEALS Viti.ir 

ONK 

C l* POR WORKING aoiAw 
town tr *474 

EXCELLENT ACCrrMMODATIOV DENT 
1IM MiChue E i#S7 al-er 4 


rwo AND Tl 
• ultea to, re 
or monihit . vainie, 
Motor Court 4(1 It|i 
month 5B-P 

VACANCY AT CLIVE 
• hne'iy Pour roim, 4 
nr unfuntiaheo W 
rnxfpiea preferred C7o 
pnriai'nn an* xhoppi- 

TWO NICE1.Y PUF 
•'tb gl'rh'nety .1* 

wiAire'f'l haaiei • m 
lab'et preterred 


C'lMFNjPT ABLE 


42-Piece 

Sheet ond Towel Ensemble 

REPEAT OPPER 
COMPLETE RET 

4 pillo«rt»*. 

4 atieei* 

4 aueat ln»*|* 

4 fare rlniha 

• bath inaela 

• dl*h elo'lia 
4 pot holders 
4 4 1 ah towel* 

S I f\r\ DOWN AND ONE 
• HU DOLLAR PER WEEK. 


VICTORIA 
SUPER SERVICE 
LTD 

dlonshord ol Jonnvxi G 4934 


IU( PACKARD SEDAN RA 
bea**r 4*5" Can tea Ftnanred 
• or>4 E 43(4 


BOOM AND BOARD WOB KIN 
I-aundr* mendlrig doer E 70* 

[TOURI K ACCOM MOD ATTON 
•die Cretnent Guest Houae 

GOOD BOARD AND BOOM W 
,man r 4>K 


JTH* CHICKS which Ol YE RESULTS 


nnw uia lima la grder vout tin, a* 
Otai 1# year a etperten, e m produnn* 
(oug poultry •» Out guaraniee af quatlly 
I'n pure and crina ireeut in tela* i <i.\m 
Wrua for nartlaultra ana PMi-et and -a | 
mamba' | • raaiilt* that muni 
RUMP * SIN l>AU LTD 
Ld" gia« Pr airta SC and vaman It 
* L uANO Vanroueai itltno K*a< e 
•enidtia# •(-* Rraefoot Rd 


TAKE YOUR SHAVING PROBLEMS TO 
Iba Sba*er Shop Wa wUI ne'p you 
•C»rt ihe heel shaver fa* n-ur V* -d 
Thin* day trial to mnvinra xau Lib- 
eral trade-in allowance One-hour *•■ 
pair aarvi a 

THE SHAVER SHOP 
mi( Broad Street ■ M4t 

MUST SACRIFICE It tfPRIOHT 
•' earn tmtler William* oil burner auto- 
mallr enenrrla ano «aiin n oil tank ' 
•learn epnGInt board, ironing hoard, 
ta'aa eawnler elc Se«< affar ao-rpiM 
• KM n* Ru* lid Vlrioria Pvaaa 


1(47 AUSTIN 10 SEDAN OOOT) NUN- 
n.ng older Can be aeen at i*« lata-d 
Highway • 

I#J1 P! Y MOUTH SEDAN NEW Urroa) 
healer seal beam*- In goeid erenffl'ton 
III! Alblnn 314 W 


* RENTAL IN APRIL 
Luxury Home ond Grounds 
Uplonds Border, Oal*. Bay 


Mi H04IM snd HOARD 


WA.NTKD 


ATTRACTIVE 
Aemi-prittia 
lur> iWi*i • 
■"t» Very i 


f SMALL APARTMENT 

ba'ti warm md wait, 
aflaing dlafanre adu|i« 
tiii'ania lor wide* a* 
*7441 


AJbior IIIO 


WAITED APT EH (ASTER 

•earner, oak Bty baa/d and rot 
privaia noma pad fdittanart'ioi 
•upeyioif arrqmmodallpn P\ii) p« 
lar* •« anra by latlar la Cap- | 
1*75 McRae Avenue V|rtixria 


ATTENTION! 

Ford ond 

Chevrolet Owners 

Check Qy#-Oeol 
op4953 

'^tvmouth With 
the Sensotionol New 
Balanced Ride 
Before You Buy 
Any Other Cor 


• HATS REMIND IHI CHICKS YOU 
*i.?F U-«. -ip.ivx ratatogue jm requmt 

New Ham pa nl rag Lag home S Auatra- 
'or pa *b.i eroaaap 

SANDERS POULTRY FARMS LTD 
o CWaaedala SC 


Ploce$ This 42-Piece 
Ensemble in Your Home 

PULL PRICE US M 

MACDONALD'S LTD 

VI# TATES ETHEET 


Thu la one nf inr iaeu urifm maned 
bailer riaa* modern si yl* home* ar-d 
Siuuud* to all Greater VtrtoMa add it 

alao ha* tea -laws (| n»* ••>■• et.. 

• ranre hail, rtleq powder room *|f uit, 
Hen e room, dining nw.in and mual- 
rmim^ styled IKldrli maater badr^m 

• llli 'Vl'au Glad. Pelnwrabe ba'-h.ouwi 

B lue flpa* ’ 'eaternl'lrr all ,ni rra'n 
Oirf Unalblr* lhare *»e" three large 
baxtr.ium* a lift mlrrorad a alt -in - ua*at* 
and mdirMual aaen baaina Iliad P»m 
bro*# oa-virqom and sawing room <-aa 
flonra ihroughout Fuenen, has *itt« 
matte oil hirt-wa er hea'laif Urge •*»- 
put room With flraplaee aalkraami *•/. 
• «M alldrhav! garage 'J*nr a, II prl- 
• •lel* pay lor gardet ing t« |Mg p >m- 
ABLE APRtt 7 POM SEVEN »baqi*l# pt< tiirewto* grounda Rail 
• two. room fumlihart •■••!•. priva-e •>#• • moi *h Tanan'a mq*i v*»* iv|- 
fHd*a phona B 3##4 )3S) Doug- •"# SNWhaad " qv • 

raat. -lead Pol lite*har mforma'lon and 

apnatn'man- I" eraa nhona Mr m- 

LETELY FURNISHED THREE- Adams G 141S 
•ulU Ui on# af oak Say a Miiaai 
iapt» for flea oy *u m-nlha 
•la Mar I a* eooeiar g aaao 


ATTENTION- YOUNGSTERS AND OLD- 
•tera Whaihdr ton nave » hnknv «r 
with 14 4*ari aeia eaxin Mad ••-•*ibing 

ynu need at 

HOBBIES AND CBAPTB UNL1MI1ED 
Y4I Y1aw Street Phone B 1(13 


LL PURMISNPlr ONE-ROGV4 
itoa* Walking dlMgnfe. 

r-o/mmiwla tan mu CdU 

(raat ar phona B aaan 

THREE-BOOM FURNISHED 
•elf-txmlained gaa range 
eat Suitable Puaineae girl* 

<1 E 4gM 


nWTUb AN REQUIRES 
*eU-turn Uhed do* uat a Ira 
breaifbal and dimer s-wwi 
1047 Vlrturia Preea 


OMPAINTED PURNITUR* 

In aewarl Aaglgna dlrwrt from m 
Iqrwr la you I 
R * M WOODCRAFTS 
1#43 Oaea-nment SI, Wat 

• • • VALUE I I I 

O I ad* Iona rawing* leather traveling bag 

• 14 M Brown eabardlna overroai 

ana •• 113 

I -EE WAN LEE 

Pawnbroker |S#t Goxe-nmepi 

WHY BUT ICE* 

1 4 •" f« IniarnaltonaJ Rarywwtpe ra- 

r vt (*-*•«* an ly IVT.M S4WB and II* 

r""**. 1 /..* 1 - 0 Apwdap^ ordar 

»• Qjjwrpaaana Street pt CWe Rwhbi 


BROADLOOM RUGS 

Cur tom mad* from your *14 ruga c*r 
S (541 ■•*<• and rinihlrg al iremengoti* *a* ns 
•aamlata uo 10 1 ) feel wlga bv am 

length aealtgbla All laieei aha-laa 
Phone R (Ml 

CONTI NEXT AL RUO CO LTD 
II# Johnaoo Street 


K41 PLTMOl.rTH SEDAN 
-gdm beater Phone B7#)3 


Bolivar Skookum Chicks 

Ail popuidi breed* erwaaea arui Renner 
Chirk* WrlM for our 1(5) rad irad prwea 
and *(lo- at ,oe>a: Utera'ura Port* one 

eearg of rowllnuoua service la taut a* aur 

tore Pf top g veil tv gad Mgrxmu garv'ta 
•atigfaetiow gxaarwsraag 


iFtOW A Y «77TO SALU O ’•)• 

r erma irw iev tag rate* 

SRIT7SN 4USTTN SALES - AND arm 
•1*p Maa*evt Moap- C* 1.44 B 1841 

SATB1P1CE, INT KAYSEN NtW TWO- 
ton* oa 1 a* (Mi Sai-eap* IMX 

l(4d Al/oLI A FORCED TO SELL M34 


SUdlNESR 

fwrnuited i 
VKISL 
Not TWO! 


Man wanti 
ropwt with board 
»T Mwggrwve u 
Vir'ariw Fret* 


FOAM RUBBER 


ROOM AMD Board POR YOUNO 
and nv4*p hoa-d lor young ladv 


OLSON MOTORS 

LTD 

1060 Yaf«sSt. G 1144 


Northwestern Securities 
Ltd. 

StdRara | 4| T#US El 


BOLIVAR HATCHERIES LTD 


ctvn 




C AM FOB BALE 


CABS 


CABS FOB SALE 


47b PARTS, TIRES and 


■silp Colonist. Vkiwm, • C 23 


T uotdoy . March 11. 1*S2 


K-M MOTORS 


BERNIE 

NICHOLLS 

Old Car Corral 
945 Yates St. 


DAVIS 

MOTORS 

TWO LOCATIONS 
900 Fort St. 920 Votes St 

Where Cor Buying Is Made 
Easier 


Island's Largest 
Dealer Says 
This Is 

NOT A CIRCUS 


19 BOATS and MARINE FOR 
SALE mix) WANTED 


SPECIALS 

DHIV1NO LIOHTO PAIR 

$7 50 - $15 00 


SEAWORTHY Cl INKER COPM* 
nvriad 11- fool dinghy eultablk for out* 
hnard I MM John ton t**n j«, in pavrtrt 
munition 1100 E A Hrurr Nldnav 


WISCONSIN AIR COOLED * INBOARD 

motor I % in l l. hor»»r*--»»r u»rd 
huurt t« nr trade lor Akll**» CuW 
tiut'f 113 n 

rviNRt-nT balyk * wnviri 

P'oralla* Afl)ti*'ere 
VICTORIA MAHIM A OUivf 
r*>«i n>t* kl r>«. r**i* *mi 

ALL CASH POK CAIItN CRUISER It TO 
$4 far< tn length Ptea-a gl»a age and 
full particular* But 1 71* Vkrtarta Pie** 


MORE 

MILES 

PER 


omrrr sprrnjorn 


We conduct the lorgest 
Used Cor Outdoo* Show- 
room on the Island and 
the best lighted 


OUTSTANDING BUYS 
IN PRE WAR CARS 


$49 DOWN 


TANKFUL' 


Tn huyar with good cr#dn itantUng and 


TO GET A CAR 
TO SUIT VOUR PURSE 

DON'T WALK THIS SUMMER - 
TAKE TOUR FAMILY OUT TO 
VOUR FAVORITE Br 
OS T. OP OUR LOW 
CARA 


FORGET THE HIGHER 
COST OF GASOLINE 


t'nr and full equipment Pit nr r **)n 
ia-poot ^linker iTpkroat GRAND 

rcndlllno 7-h p rt,a>i> and rlu'rh. 

B IMX 

W-POOT AUXILIARY »UX)P PULLV 
equipp'd Would lunilctfr Watt* of • ’od 

u »d i a’ Phone It* a. on till 

WANTED POH CASH 10 TO MPT 
rahln boat Oi»e i>rlre and where tu 
!>« tarn boi Tit Vkcturia Prr»* 


Conodo and we conduct 
it on strictly business 
principles Every price 
on every cor is plainly 
marked, there is one 
price to everyone, and 
NEVER ANY PRICE 
JUGGLING, or any other 
circus ontics. 


HOICK 
SEDAN 
DO DOB 
OO* N 
DO DOE 
SEDAN 

Doooe 


TURN INDICATOR*. It!) TO mi CAR* 


Willys owners report up 
to 35 miles per gallon. 
You. too. can enioy this 
important saving 


PRICED 


33s"edan S14S 

34 SB SMS 

39 SSm*** S59S 

PLUa MANY OTHERS AT Ml DOWN 


-7 HUDSON 

• H $ 

till DOWN Itl MONTHLY 

6 PORD COUPE t 

Radio and htatr _ 5 
1100 DOWN itl MONTHLY 


l»il JOHNSON SEAHORSE OUTBOARD 
mdiort Kainiar Machine Warkt tl Ult 


National Motors 

LIMITED 

III TATE* STREET O 


SCHMrLF MACHINE SHOP 

».w uanulev atp * rr o i»ti 

W ANTED — HOW BOAT PHONE E 10 It. 


SEE THE NEW 

WILLYS 

TOO AY 


ONE ROW Mt ‘AT t*J Jtt» GRAHAM 


UNLESS YOU 
SELECT AT 
ISLAND'S LARGEST 
DEALER 
YOU'RE NOT 
GETTING 
THE BEST DEAL 


1 1 PONTIAC COACH t - 
1 I Two-snn* Clean car 5 < 
»m DOwfc. |J) MONTHLY 


ond These at 
$99 DOWN 


EYE-CATCHING 
TRAFFIC LIGHT 


MANNING -MITCHELL 

PACINO CUPPER 

ANTJPOUIING SHIPPING COPPEH 
HA Pro COPPER 
TUIPLE r 

fart all under water nrtiervn'lre* 
for your bull 

SHIP CHANDLERS 

'MrQDADP 8 LTD . 

■ lit wharf »n»rn pmhve « pti 


THIS WEEK'S 
USED CAR SPECIAL 

CHEVROLET TWO DOOR RE 
2 I DAN r u t I 0 m radio and 
n ; .« ; r.Pu» $)845 


* 1 Chrysler Windsor 

’ I REDAN Radio and » r 

h*atar if 

IM« DOWN Itl MONTHLY 


Ba tn* ftm ta Attract auentioo with * 
mmlatuit ihrw-i-nlor t rafflr light tn»iall in 

In the r#ar window atep on tn* g«* and 
you i*t (h» *reen lltbt tat up nn th* 

■ a* and the tallow iicht tome. on Put 
Tour fool on tha brak* and th* red 
light than* ton r* Hupping Am*** your 
friend* atilt thl* »afely light Comp>i* 

... with wir* and taiicb**. Only »• 1* 0*1 

MANY MORE CAR* TO CHOOSE PROM fouri l 0 q A , (r<)ln 

ALAO USED TRUCK SPECIALS 

DICKINSON & DUNN 

ARENA WAY BACK OP ! H ■ BAT 


r CHEVROLET & , * 

COACH i I i 

MORRIR OXFORD. *■ 1 - 

1 haarar i I ^ 

1 PORD r - 

COUPE - - - i> 

NASH c - 

JPat* COOPt i> 

Hll.t MAN h*a<*r low mil 
Choota from two on* * , r 

bell* on* nlua 5 I l 

AUSTIN t . * 

Mrat*r low mlltag* i I * 

CHEVROLET *. , 

SEDAN ib 

MERCURY 

SEDAN i*; 

, AUSTIN A to tc 

Compl*i*lt r.Oulll _ . 5 7 

PLYMOUTH # t 

I SEDAN S'! 

PLYMOUTH & , * 

arrAN 5 1 4 

OTHERS TOO AT IM DOWN 


But. Ob< 1, FlPtchpr In b Rood driver. He never Ukrt his 
pyes off Ihp road!” 


y MERCURY - 

I SEDAN 5 

»1H DOWN Itl MONTHLY 


47 CARS FOR SALE 


47 CARS FOR SALK 


0 PLYMOUTH l-PASS » 
COUPE 5 

III! DOWN ltd MONTHLY 


BOAT OWNERS 

W* bat* **rrytblnt *ou n**d lot 
Spung nutmiing 

PAINT* ENAMELS - VARNIAH 
BH tlSHRfl — COMPOUNDS ClrANERB 


BERNIE 
NICHOLLS' 
CAR SALES 


K-M MOTORS LTD 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 


0 PORD e 

SEDAN 5 

1131 DOWN Itn MONTHLY 


HOT YATES ffl AT COOK 
Author .ltd Willy t Balt*- and Bartlra 


RE-TIRE-MENT PLAN 


Itlfl Oldunoblla la o- Door haatar II tAt 
i»*o Oldtuiooii* • M s*rt»n n*at*r II til 
IMS Oldunoblla Two-Door, radio 

and haaivr . II ttl 

III! Ctetfroltl Stdan naaur II Itl 

1*10 Mnnareb B*dan. radio and 

h*ot#r _ 13 o*l 

IIM Mtrrury Two-Door ctardrlta. 

radio and htaitr 11 tts 

Itll Chatroiai Coup* radla and 

B*At*r 11 ttl 

till Cn«*ro4*t s*daa, n*»-«r || iti 

mo Dodt* Brdan _ II. Itl 

IIN M»t*nr Sedan, radla and 

nealar cua’om II. Itl 

mi Plymouth P1ta-Pa*a*ng*r Coup* 


EDWARD UPSET! LTD 

to* BASTION STREET VICTORIA B C. 


T Q BU1CK I PAM 

jV covet .. 94 

1111 DOWN III MONTHLY 


Don’ 1 p*o»ion oil Hint* tmnoin worn 
lire*' 0*1 Ooodytar firiori’-appioved ra- 
ireadt Tak* ad*anta|» of our Ra-tira- 
mant p an qod pay at you rid* 

'Th* Jtttnd » Lar(*tt Tira Shop ' 


Your Ford Dealer 
Since 1909 


OLSON'S 


Pi:i*r»l»« entering for t»n«lt 1 amine 
Plbergla* boat* * and 12 Tnol* 
Antl-rnutUaf one teat tuarantee ><a 
gtnwih Marlin Outbnaid Mntnrt 

Surfocmg Products Ltd 

BUM PORT Sf o B | 


■JQ CHKV SEDAN .. 

J 7 DELIVERY i. 

• I'd DOWN |II MONTHLY 


LANGFORD 
Lot No. 4 Presents 
This 4-Star Special 


1036 Yotes 


A -j MORRIS 

COACH 5J 

IIS* DOWN 111 MONTHLY 

4 0 Hr ANDARD * a 

40 COACH „ ^ S> J 

IlM DOWN IIS MONTHLY 


Buy o '51 or '52 Ford 
Today. Drive ft up to a 
year and we will allow 
you the full purchase 
price, lew ONLY $100 
for depreciation on a 
new 1953 Ford or 
Monarch 


OUR LOT'S A MESS 


FOSTER S SHIPYARD 


NEW 6-VOLT BATTERIES 
$1 I 50 Ex 


Due to Our Reconstruction 
Progrom— But You 
Won t Mmd the Debris 


$99 Is the Full Price 
on These 


re pa 


Oldtmueili m -cylinder tfdtR. 
*l:i *lth tn* o.M bydfanutu 
drlr* und*r»eit setter a-i« 
■ Urea it 
price h? 
ll.iU 


II- Vail Aetna Plbargla* oauariat III a* 

— IS monift* guar Abie* 

FRANCIS a* . TERlES * ORSB lID 
Itll Quanra Strrat Pbnn* t 7 Ml 


* i PLYMOUTH IfDAV 
" f Reroni1liion*d moiur. 

New tll*a new from 
•na and * - 

totert if 

INI DOWN Itl MONTHLY 


t penal 


IMA Cbrytl *r Coup* heai*r 
I BAA C7iry*i*r Bedaa radio and 
baarar 

IMA Marrury Sedan n*at*r 
)AtA Plymouth Sedan healer 
lltA Dndg* Sedan, n»*ter 


"«#l 

•'not „ . _ 

' Rut ball*** It or nn 
■ he full prlc* k* *04 
only iVA 


Here's Why PERSONAL 
Is Youi Best 'Buy"! 


47c AITO RF.PAIKS and 
SKRVICK 


WHEN YOU SEE 
OUR VALUES 


Complete With Licence 

4 PORD ^ f 

SEDAN i 

5 PLYMOUTH g t 

SEDAN 9. 

6 MOTTO 

9 . 

6 CHEVROLET & r 

SEDAN il 


ENGINE RECONDITION I NO SPECIAL- 
lit* 0*1 pur price* Complala lob ra- 
bor* mttali pUtooa pin* rlni* haw 
engine performane* tan on tat and 
oil CHET DOWMAN OAR ACTE Tit 
JOHNSON 


"Ye* to loui out oi fi»a ampioyaS 
paupia married eingia 
Lurtcn nour wriift 
Payment data ta fit paylnr 
Ost-vtatl man* >pnnna first • 
Na'ionwide credit at o**i .00 a**lil« 
aiod offlra* in HI and Canada. 
Loan* fur any aarmy ptirpyta 
Na endsrter* art nantanl# «*eurity 
raqulrad 

Loan* |oi eaianca ol down pay- 
ment ar non*! and lama rapalrt 

Dim t oiifipw uonacaatarliy, aut kf A 
■uan i* 'A* anawtr :nma in phon* ar 
wrlla luday 

LOANS t>0 10 1 1 31*0 on flkgnatura. 

Purnitura ar Auta 


iq ^urriN t 

lu in hp _ i 

no DOWN SIC MONTHLY 


OUR LOW OVERHEAD 
SAVES YOU DOLLARS 
WITH NICHOLLS 

1951 


If You Con Get on Our 
Lot You'll Find 
THE BEST DEALS 
IN TOWN 


We con offer you this 
becouse of the High 
Resale Volue of FORDS. 


TODAY'S RED-HOT 
"RED SPOT" SPECIAL 
Sove on Extra SI 00 
on This '49 Dodge Sedan 

a »m*ri miutti nrac and citan rfean 
tnrludad Wa* Al tai « t -y.-\i 

NOW ONLY 5139! 


MOONEYS AUTO BODY SHOP Etl77 
Cnmnlete collltlob <*pairt PAlntlna Ala 


Poniiae cniafiain «ka-cyiuaffi 
t*dan (.Quipped *|ih na 
(a nuua O M liydrainaltc dr" r 
cu*inai radio neater and Al' 
ronditienar Laopard akin u*- 
hnUiary. plut plut. ennr 
Slut DOWN _ iO>D 


P1RNYB BODY SHOP FINEST COL 

lliinn r«uatr« KM I Dougla* R tilt 


37 SEDAN „ _ S2 

HIM DOWN lit MONTHLY 


PAYLOADERS PRICED LOW 
These fo«- $49 DOWN 

'49p r r N A .r 5449 

'•JO PORD SEDAN *c a e\ 

07 DELIVERY iD4y 

CHEVROLET I TON *r irt 

4 I PLAT DECK 5549 


mi PORD TUDOR SEDAN Radla. heal- 
er (on-ion A Oft* milt* II ill 
mi PONTIAC COUPe Rmlln and h*a<- 
•t 1 000 mlla* ... II II* 

m> MERCURY A-PASaeNQER COUPE 
Air cnndltianer. new tlr** ti Ml 
lAtl CONSUL SEDAN Heatar II Ml 
IISI PORD 1- PASSENGER COUPE Oter- 

iiri»» fnur n»w tire* II. EM 

till PORD TUDOR Heater, 

fnur n«w ure* 

an I All PREPTCT REDAN Heater 
'5 >•»» AUSTIN SEDAN Heater 
IMI PORD SEDAN Healer, 

„„ tire* 


SPECIAL 

FOR AUSTIN A40s 


OLSON'S 


CYietral*! 1* lute iwu-duu 
Torpedo with power-glH* 
dm* eu*tum radio neat'- 
and air esndlllooar A leale. 
In e»*ry way *7Cn 

DOWN _ 5/ 50 


till Mnrrl* Oxford 

INI Chayrdlel Tws-Dotir 

IMA Pnrd Sedan. h*at«r 

IA47 Marrury Coup* heatrr _ 
lAtl Auittn Sadan heater _ 

IMI Buick Sedan, radio and bant 
IMI Oldunoblla Sedan 
1M7 Kalaer Sadan 
ll»A Buick Sedan Coneerllbia _ 
IAJA Buick Coupa 
IAIA Plymouth Sedan, heatar 
l At* Plymouth Two-Door 
lAtl Otdemnhlla Twn-Donr Sedan 
111* Chryaiar Sedan 
S 1 299 ,,4a Sedan, radla. beau 

1*41 Pontlao Sedan neatar 

S 1 1 99 IM* PotitlAr rwn-Donr .. 

l*t« rnerroiei Twn-Ownr 

l*J* Chevrolet Taa-Dnor 


,C OLDS o 

ID COACH . i 

AM DOWN 110 MONTHLY 


Coraj 

V*l»a Orlnd and 


leta 

Motor Tune-Up 


PITZER & NEX 

MOTORS LTD 


CHEVROLET 
SEDAN . . 


PERSONAL finance CO. 

0* CANADA 

Suna No i 9-ionii Plooi AM-A rat 
St Pbona B 'Itl 

Laant maoa to raaioema al atJ 

*urn*uodtnA araa* 


Include* 

Raraemg Valve* and Beat*. 
Cleaning Carbon 

Nar*aa*rf oaiketa 


These for $99 DOWN 

t VANGUARD 
/ PANEL 
r STIJ DERAKER 

PLAT DECK 

. INTERNATIONAL 

• I*. TON 

CHEVROLET 

I •.-TON PANEL 

) O M C ■,-TON 
) PICKUP 

| CHEVROLET W-TOH 
PICKUP 


7 POIU) d 

l / COACH J 

AIM DOWN HA MONTHLY 


- M IM 1AM Doulla* Btraai 

four n*w 

Al A70 Coming eonn— The IASI 
mi FORD SEDAN H.ater, fbur* new 
tire* .... .. lira 

IA4I MORRIS CONVERTIBLE (AM 

IM* CHEVROLET TUDOR Healer It AM 
1*M CHEVROLET SEDAN Heater II 841 
IMA CHEVROLET TUDOR Heeler II AM 
lit* CHEVROLET TUDOR Heater II IIS 
IMA PONTIAC SEDAN Healer It. MS 
IMA FORD SEDAN Heater . . II «AS 

lilt* PORD TUDOR Radia and 
heater SI 471 

lit* PORD TUDOR Heater „»t OS 

IM7 MONARCH SEDAN Hettar II Its 
lltl AUSTIN SEDAN Heater MIA 

1IM PORD TUDOR Healer _ II. tit 
IIAO AUSTIN SEDAN Healer IMO 

IlM PONTIAC SEDAN. 'Chieftain A 

Heater *3 o»S 

III* MERCURY SEDAN Radio and 
haater. ovedrlee II Ml 

IMI PONTIAC COUPE Heater _ I7M 
IMO PLYMOUTH SEDAN _ p>t 

IMO AUSTIN SEDAN IMS 

IMI PACKARD SEDAN 1AM 

IMA BUICK SEDAN H?dr*m*Ut MIA 
IM* FORD COUPE Hea'er I3IS 

IMA STUDERAKER SEDAN Heater MAS 

1IIS PORD REDAN HAS 

lilt FORD SEDAN IIAA 

l**i CHEVROLET SEDAN G«d mo- 
tor AIM 

MANY MORE TO CHOOSE . 4 - 

ALL MODELS , . . 

ALL MAKER . . . 


Tofol Price $18.95 

THOMAS 

PLIMLEY 


< Q FARGO # 

*0 PICK-UP 

MM DOWN Ml MONTHLY 


HILl-MAN 

MINX 


Is .MOKTGAGK LOANS 


SI 350 
$1095 
$645 
SI 195 


Dodge coach, a popular tar 
»ary good condition *7/ 
A map Pull prlc* 9/ 


PUNUS ON HAND AND IMMEDIATELY 
AVAILASIK POH MGRIOAUE LOANS 
LARGE AND SMAtO. AMOUNTS LOW 
■ntereat quick denaiona raonyment 10 
•.lit rca*m>*M* ckSTSSI Monaa*** 
•nit icreemenl* purchased 
Conault Ou' Mortaaee Daoarttnenl 
P R HIltjWN % SONS LTD 
S*r»in« VLtona lor Oeer »0 Year* 
1111 Broad Street Phuae ff arflen Till 


HILLMAN 

MINX 


Come In and See 
Red the Foreman 

Maybe you have a late 
model cor ond need cosh 
ond an older cor — We 
con solve you r problem 


$50,000 Stock to 
Choose From 


DODGE SPECIAL 
De Lute Sedan 


DAVIS 

MOTORS 

TWO LOCATIONS 
900 Fort St 920 Yates St 


DON'T FORGET 
WE TRADE UP OR DOWN 


HUDSON SUPER SIX SEDAN 
Cittom radio heaver, *qqC 
new uret Only iTTJ 


47d AUTO FINANCING and 
INSURANCE 


MORTGAGES 

We na«a tu* fullowine amount* lor tint 
nuirtca** 11 lift* II IkflO II (XK1 Mims 
1.1 *00 and It 00* Immadiata reply nn 
delay 

BROWN Hit OR AOKNCIEB LTD 
III* Blanehard Street R 1111* 


Night or Day 
It's All the Same at 

WILSON 

MOTORS 


MERCURY PORDOR 
SEDAN 

TRADES TERMS 


AUTOMOBILE PIN ANCINO 
Purr tie ee* *1 *utomobtl*l nouaeh«ld 
appliance* and induatrial equipment 
financed db moothly oa ytreot plan 
Loan* on Lata Model Cart 
Raaennahla Rate* Prompt Seme* 
ISLAND MNANCES LIMITED 
1111 Broad St Phoo* OardrnAI.il 


Phone Belmont 375 

LANGFORD 


Shop With 
NICHOLLS 
and Save Dollars 

945 YATES ST. B 6241 
OPEN TO 9 PM 


APHLH AUO.SS FOR MORTOAOE 
loan* apprenataa. quick decialcm* Tha 
foiloing amouoli available now II 3**. 
$3 MO It rdta 17.8*0 ano up 
P N CABEl.ru; LTD 
1111 Broad St S >17* 


TO SALES 


|30*» PURCHASE YOUR CAR AT A0-V 

111*9 CARRY1NO CHARGE. Am ., cvnoM| , ^ n|( « MAU . 

AI.7YA n,, unpaid Balance rnortga»*t aoprartaied N HA loam 

II 7»» oil LMFII HAIT A rn i.TTl A.AIIaM* w* .Deciauia m rAlWanctaa; 

H.tn in PORT ST O ARDEN mi •'»*» ourena.ini morieaget and aer.a- 

II. tut 9» ^OHT ST OARDEN U* (n#|| , i , „ #m|l|| rinAnr ,„ aur-ae 

Aim CA* INSURANCE COSTS ORLY *17 TO Lid lilt (Tnyernmenl aireet G Aid* 
MAS cover ta B C to g*t a pink card . _ _ . m 

»AA1 J w BUCKLER INSURANCE AGENCIES MORTGAGES ARRANGED fRlV*TELT 
l**» Phnna I 31 tt Room I *1* Government “**"• '*'» rw,.,.i*. 

110*0 — 

aim 41 CARS and TRUCKS 

WANTKD 

,1M SPOT CASH 

Paid, lor Good Clean 
Lata Model Ueed Care 
OIlii DAVIS MOTORS LTD 

’ AB* Port Street AJO Yale* Street 

CAH* WANTED ON CONSIGNMENT 
l ■ J nuil a* clean and la aood ennuitnm 5 'i \\ A N'T I. II TU BOliKOVt 

- 1 u orefei late model* _ •_ - 

n lltl WES1 COAST AUTO BALES WANTED CLIENTS WITH LAROV OR 

*17 tssikla* corner of Broughton B Illi 'mall *um* uf inimey to in»*M in Uni 


GLADWELL 
MOTORS LTD 


The most brilliantly 
lighted Outdoor Show- 
room in Western Con- 
odo mokes it as easy and 
as sofe to buy by night 
os by day One price to 
all and every price 
plainly morked. 


LINCOLN - MERCURY MET FOR 

"Victono's Volume Deoler" 


A Bernard & Co. Ltd 


11 Suiei Sedan OvnaDaw 
II Oodia Sedan radla neatar 

41 Lincoln Club ovtrdrtva 
»1 Mettwr Tudor .. 
tl Monarch Sedan — 

t* Melern Tudor - 
t* Pord S*daa - 

t* Cbeyruiet Sedan _. . . 

47 Chevrnlet Tudor __ 

*t oid>m.(p:i* Sedana*ta 

tl ford Tudor - — 

tl M*r . urt Sedan ... .... 

1* Nath Sedan -- — 

]] Chavrakat Coup# . 


LAROl AND SMALL AMOUNTS POR 
retidenlial and bueinea* propartlet at 
low ra>e* Progmalit N II A nuild'na 
loant at nmallkae rate. 

Ait PUR) «! Phone Oeiden eJIB 


STOCK 

REDUCING 


„S TODAY'S SPECIAL 

MU* IlM PRKTECT BF.OAN, wa* 1*71. 

II tF* nnw 

a. ana ** v * 


lit* Ditdga Two- Door 
1140 Merrury Coupa 
lit* Merrury Two-Duor . 
lltl Dedga Coupa 
lltl Ford Coup*, neater 
IMA Plymouth Sedan 
lit* Buick Sedan 
1*40 Plymouth Too Door 
HIT Chevrolet Sedan 
IAiT Old i rrobi l* Sedan 
IPtl Standard Two-Dnnr 
l*)l Pnrd Sedan _ 

IM7 Standard ft*d*n .... 

IM* Packard Sedan 

IM* Plymouth Coup* _ 
IMI Hillman Sedan .... 
1119 Oldimoblia Sedan 


AND THEY RE ALL OOLD READ GUAR 
AN TEED USED CARS 
COME AND REF 


A Courteous Nafionol 
Solesmon Is as Close as 
Your Phone! 

All '51 -'52 Fords Have 
Four Brand New First 
Lme Tires, Regordless 
of Mileaqe Look ot the 
Saving to You 1 
Notional Will Credit 
You with $100 on ony 
Old Car. that runs ond 
has c u r r e n t License 
Plates, on the purchase, 
now or later of o New 
or Used Cor 
$75 00 W.th No Plates 


Check these values — ■ 
compare the car's we 
offer — some ore priced 
hundreds of dollars be- 
low list We need the 
space, so you get the 
bargoins. 


METEOR CLUB COUPE Heater 
only II *00 mu** B»» thl* an* 

.^y WN 5795 


BRITISH CARS 


M X i»itn Sedan 

Al Ton*u| Sedan 

*0 Aut'ln Sadan 

»» Aunt* Sedan _ ._ 

'A* HiLman Sedan 
It Prelear Baden _ _ , 
19 Anglia Tudor 
t* Morrl* Convertible 

t* Anglia Tudnr _ 


5895 1950 
5889 1948 
5695 
51445 
5269 
5395 
51495 
5489 
5299 

$945 Compore Our Values 
51095 1951 
5999 1951 
5545 1948 
$395 1946 
5745 1 950 


Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 

lilt IMI Gnvaroment S'reet 


i*I1 Tarrapian* 


MORRIS MINOR 
CONVERTIBLE . 


47s TRUCKS snd TRAILERS 
FOR SALE 


Equally Amozing Values 
in Trucks, Pickups, 
Deliveries 

llllt Cheeralet sedan Delivery _ At >** 
IMI Chevrolet Sedan Delivery, 

haa'ar i At* 

1**1 Cargo ■••Ton Plrkup. 

fluid drive _ II tn 

1**1 Pord One-Ton Plrkup .11 m 

1At* Merrury Thraa-Tan *1 j*s 

l»»0 Commit Van |l no* 


TEN TON HAVER DUAL AXEL TR AIL- 
er and *ub Dame with *l«hl font hank. 
All in *'K>d rondlllon rboi.* G*n*e* 
UR 


1033 and 1061 Yates 
1900 DOUGLAS ST. 
Across From the Bay 


USED TRUCKS 


BEFORE YOU BUY SEE THE L.AT 
•it In outboard pleasure — I A ft Etpieta ,»;!» 

Out boa id crulaer »ueadt up to 11 m p h. 

with Jobriton 1* h p outboard AI*o on LAROK OH SMALL STANDS OF TIM- 
display IBS] PatetborPufh ’So* ^ John- bar Gendina or fallad and nu'keit 
•on outbpordt. Wlacomln ond Rngg*- eorned or co.d docked Aimj ,on* <i» 
Stratton engine', and the yenaatlunal «hort ►<*«• atom Umnet Co lib iqnn- 
Dnld'un Plbreglaxs dlnchlet ton Btreat We*l D ZJt* eve* GbAll 


r IMRKK WANTED 


*1 CRevrolat W-Tun PlfAdp 

M Korga I -tab Dual mw ml 
tl Gniarnotlonoi Dump 
** Mercury Vk-Ton Plc*up_ 
tA maiTie* y-Ton Pickup... 
47 Chtvroial tg-Tun Plrkup 
47 Mercury J-tao Plot 
t* Dodge l-loo Bpeclnt Cl 
ehataia _ 


PORD I* 

COACH 


TRUCK VALUES 

1AA7 THAMES *» Ton Ptna! AAAI 

1A*I CHEVROLET 'y-Tnn Ponel |l t*t 
11*0 MPRCtJR Y PICKUP S-Ton Hetev 
Duly Tranemladnn II 1*1 

IM* MKRCURY PICKUP SPECIAL il*l 
lltl PORD ') Ton PICKUP MM 


OOOD CONDITTON 


J M. WOOD 
MOTORS 


Obmplata highway logging trurk and 
traUpT ready tn work m annrovunateiy 
two oeeki l*M Dodge fnor-lon reor 
end. *M lire* Trader eight-foot bunat. 
etc Total w*iah' tu ton* Load allow- 
anre legal ti ton* OVW II ton* 
approi ma'ely Reatnnable larmi acre:", 
•d M IM Belmont l»* T ar *10 Gland 

Highway. 


DODGE 

SEDAN 


ANGUS MARINE SALES AND PERVICE 
SpaGalltad Pari* and Repair o-rvir* 
ib« .* '•• -ttree *i * 4 J 1 


LOOK I LOOK ' LOOK 1 
BLOCKS Huml BfOKKB. 
REVENUE 

AUTO COURTS 

I UNITS VIcfrjHIA * 'NA P I 1* SO* 
• 1 MTS SEAPRON T BOATS t •* nrt A 
t UNI In DE LUXE 3 ACRES I IT PUS 
II UNI I.' TRAILER* SHOP t lle.O 
I 0MTA 2 ACRE* SIAV1EW t lA*0q 
CABINS LCitbJE OARAGE t 1* AM 
II UNITS ON SKAPHGNf I C MW 

A PAR f ME. NTS GROSSING PRICE 

II SUITES . All AAO B0 » *1 ASd 

II SUITES . in* mo nn t t* nsq 

in SUITES — I* MOM I » MO 

t SUITER t I MOM A 11. MO 

7 BOITT* _ l aai* on lit am 

1* SUITES __ II* OS' M *17* BM 

It SUTTEE HUMS I 81 MS 

It SUITES II* II* M I At AM 

SfrtrtBSB rfOHFR CAPES 

MGTEIJI 

all* Rood B 1171 lira CITY CAPE <V»OD VOL"ME I 71090 

- DINE AND DANCt COUNTRY I li AM 

i - RECONDITIONED CHE V HrrTEt. At ROOMS CAPE I At nd« 
yllndti* h»ne« pver-*l*»d bit- MOTEL SCsiMS SHOPS 1 u VA 

ring* rou rod* tlm-ng g**r*. DOWNTOWN BRICK SLOCK • 11*00 
tngi *ear hauled Hat rwat AA* SUPERMARKET *70 A00 YEAR I tl ASS 
for AM ar oeat «:f*r for outek orvEitAL » TORE PO HOME I l«M* 
k»»» I 10 A M p m SEAPHGNT GARAGE CAPE I 1* *00 

i ware. ia‘ '■r.niftj GARAOE NEW CAR A41ENCY I 11 AM 
^""SanJis "?XF2c A HCSfNgaS 

rawer WMrpnain rw- MARRIOTT REALTY 

- ~^ l *~ so 1 T|* PORT • Otn RES K 1*01 

M Barron, Sot **71. VHrrriR | A g KEVENUE HEADMUAMTKHS 
VU*lOf 11 

lffn mr ,AT k rro ASSUME THE PUTURE 

Very allraMI** four • iM# apartment 
*« »**vr?ir peoparty Owner live* In ooe autt* an- 

*,7 "tV.V,.. . nual rent aver 12 too ronm ne lnr f e*a*d 
mit avenue ■ Murtern IB eeeti detail Large Wwlnf 

IBEX SLEEPS TWO tv,m* open fireplace# ta* flonr* rtlw 
t *#i« H Rickard* aab'r.e' kitchen* mmdero nhimbtng On* 
L Langfnrd Coo ba and 1 *r>-t*edrn««n eulte* Don't mka* thla 
M fine property in a rhntce treannn imnnj 

new Same* P-jl. prlc* 111 *OA A 'S 
ARTS CRUISE* TF nHirtgat* r*aa» pho*** Mr I'nAN, 


SMALL BOAT OWNERS 
Severe* tour boat moorage nut l.lmi'ed 
amount nt rverim aeatlaula for tha pi- 

eon Ap ril to Novvmbar 

DICk A ILLI AMS nJTITNG RESGR1 
Riant on th* Plihina ornuns* in 
Saanich (mat Near Mm Bar Perry 

POR SALE ll-PT OILL NETTER 1’y 
fl beam *-h p Vivian analn* with 
•utdiniiie oila • No rammar'lal *q'i'^- 
■eni gond randi'kov* Any ra»h uf**» 
rovnidared Term* tn -alioma many 
Con ba *a*n al Nall • Rnat Rn-taa 
R 1)11 


Your 

Ford, Monarch, Consul 
Zephyr Dealer 


TATES AT COOK 


800 Pandora Ave 


WILSON 

MOTORS 


CHEVROLET 

SEDAN 


OPEN NIGHTS I ILL A PM 
A lilt iDir S Jill lEvi 


CHEVROLET 

Sedan 


HEART OF AUTO ROW' 


LIMITED 

YATES AT QUADRA 
CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE ■ 
CADILLAC RIADQD ARTTKA 
OPEN FVFNINGS - BUM 


POR SALE CHEVROLET ■••TON PICK- 
up Trurk 1180 tu goad 8*8 8 Ufa*, 
heater fag ught* truck in tplandid ron- 
ditina ne««r iaad*d u*ad a* ear ant- 
man Srltar low mileage Prlr* II.IBB 
I Emery S R I Vlrtarta Phaoe |wu> 
B-B 


LOUIS NELSON 
LTD. 


PORD 

COAT R 


:*** INTERNATIONAL *. TON PICK-UP wand* 
*•*» 1*4* Pnrd pirk-up 1 1 Alt 1*37 Snail 

Par (I 3-yard dump trmck (AOA 1*41 SC 

Dadge 1-ion nanel ttkt i*4i Mf-tirr 1*0 Gi 
1-lnn fl*t •• nea It JMl Trade. ' ' 

■ertr* Rnyal Aula Sam* 0 1*11 


Esquimalt Service 


CHEVROtET 

COUPE 


SPRING— Thi* on the Family 
Drive Home in on Austin 
Stotion Wagon 


51695 

51295 

51395 

51395 

. 5995 

JAMESON MOTORS 

LIMITED 

it* Broughton Street FictorU 1C 


TMRrE LATE MODEL EMQLiSH CARS Ouarar 
RECENTLY REPOSSXSSED 
Ail in parfert eandition | 95 

inch AUSTIN STATION WAGON frnalar 
• '04. rua er and defro*i*r aaly 

IS ' 51450 

l QCrt VANGUARD, haater and da- 

,y:>0 2SS^- $1095 
1946^.:.^ 5650 

Tn* ahoy# and other aireHast rai >a*»»- 
tion* may ba handled with a* low at 
10 rver ,-*nt dnwn by any rMcmnalhU 
family 

CORNS* ESQUIMALT AND ADMIRAL! 

E AAAI 


I All AUSTIN SUBURBAN STATION 
• •gen neater, air - rBnAlUooer driven 
inn* mlla* Pull prtr* Allot Trade 
and terma Newport Motor* O MM 

I A- STUD A-INCH SUDD WNMIA IN 
'eroatluoal 410 Red DtaaMmd motet and 

'ran tmuatoa overhauled E 0**1 


THOMAS 

PLIMLEY 


2 Triumph Marflowar COOCB - 
air-rnndiGoner haater and da- 
tiamlard tiaertna column gaar- 
matalllr grry ualaL rad laalltar 
ary. Ilka naw e |hhc 


iQC I Auatla Sadan - Lei* than E.0A8 
I Y J I mlla* by ana vary raraful 

awnar thla la undowbladla tha flitott 
Auatln It ha* avar bean Air privilewa 
to awlL Coma and aae 


THREE -TON rLAT PAROO TRUCE !'' h *■» 5°*7!*f* 
two-ipaad Eaton raar and and apora lira " " 

Ci~mt altar I* ISM B 7*11 OZARKA LAMM 

1*41 PORD 1 -,-TON PICK-UP OOOD * * “f 4 *' U" 

condition II AM irrmi MM down _ . THE PACT 
O IS II S ATM 1044 Sul 


FARWEST 
MOTORS LTD 


51395 


iQC] Dodgy Regent Club Cm pa air 
I 70 I mndltlbnet haatar and through - 
po*t ipoiliaht • pork ling marwwp point. 
Immorulota thrmighwut. Maa than 14 084 
mlMt by not tv»ai annrn 

Ouarantaed _ iZUOU 


S. C. SANGSTER 


NEWPORT MOTORS 


Veteron Auto Mart Ltd 

CORKER QUADRA AND CALEDONIA 


CENTRAL AUTO 


Mosters Motor Co Ltd 

1949 aSTT* * 5450 

1949 

• ton oailvary tin 5395 
1937 5295 

1937 $295 


47h PARTS. T1RK.S snd 

ACC1MMHUF8 


DO DOE aptriAl OE LUXE BE 
DAN Haa'ar •#*• rnvart tm- 
ma'ula'a rendi'Mn through 


»»* PANDORA TT) JOHNSON IM A 

HONF^TY BPKINGS OLAES AND 

nUI'LJI 1 la** bandy • Auta Par*, a 1 

IS SOI ALTOO ETHER SELLING *T A * 

LOWE* PRICE- BT7T rf I» STANDING CLARKES AUTO PARTS 
BEHIND WHAT TOC SELL VI DO iu ”*ed aart* Iwr rar* i 
SOT* AT CENTRAL AUTO SALS* 

WRECKING isrr CKBF. 

*r*TS* CAM I MORE PEOPLE A LESS (Wa* O PAM 


PACIFIC AUTO 


51050 


G 8154 

G 8342 

Evanlng rail* 

B IMA E All* 

PORT BTREET 

SHOWROOM 

OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 1 

Just Like an 

EASTER 

PARADE 

Green Ones 


Block 

Ones 

Blue Ones 



Z4 B.C 54 

T u ««4«r. March IT, lfSl 


54 BIKINI-ISM 

OPPOBTL’N ITDES 

TRIPUSX IJ< _ GRO«B 
(In') per month la tht |io>i revenue 
•hit property is timing 'from • three- 
mia* furnikhed lelf-contained tun# • 
tea-room furniahed lull* end t four- 
tn/im Mill*- 7bn complete uathrnama 

• r>d ill tuiiti have link* ind ho: ind 
rold water Other feature* include ■ 
b* 'merit ind futnere. • nr luie 
fine# In ll»» four -loom tuile ind • new 
automatic it* ho> -water healer A 
r n»»-ln nr apt r i v aith !«>•• appro*!- 
miitiy tftn ii mmi tun will handle 
Pull carle p only II 4<H» 

Dtaklt rvening* 11*40 dev* H 4111 
I4»*tn uoardere tit thrown In with »hn 

• ai'arild 10 - loom nou*# together al'h 
i n« fjrmiurr in ,lv# room* ind mi 
(niaoina’iun kl'-hen rm*» Thu *pl*n- 
did buildin* h«* i furniahed dining 
mam • loiat living room through hill 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


FOUR-SUITE 
APARTMENY 
STUCCO 
DUPLEX TYPE 

OAK BAY 
(Oil-O-Motic) 
$31,500 


54 BUSINESS 

f OPPOBTINTTIPS 

GROCERY AND 
CONFECTIONERY 
Turnover: $50,000 Per Year 

HIM Will Hock Good (mum Low 
, rrm an Itlit Dt(inlitlv t goad buy 
latil lor two ptfpit full prtrt aim 

;r,d.d $7500 

W» h«>» ointf Store* io Shnw You Wild 
or Wiihoul Living Quiritrt 
S' in Hrlind. O *h>» Rtl , Colq ItH 

FINANCIAL SURVEY LTD 


Thu ma«» iilrarilvt duplek-tvp# apart- WH Government •> 
mtn* conaiita of lao love!) iwo-bedroom 
tuiiti aim rental vaiui •: 1*0 each 

nn main floor tnd wo nice mwnirni INVE j 

.uliti with rental value af Ml tain Brick .paruntnl bl 

Each unit Ii completely irlf -cenlain#d ,-niatned 


mi.. »• Ik) tiali thtrt art fnur bedroom* healing unlli .In (aniUlr uptntt U In* 

ilurnith'il • Tht ttairmrm hat rid>m tolttd Thu 1'i-year-old building It 


INVESTMENT 

■ rlrk ipirtmrnt Dlork wiih four i#p- 
artiely contained aultit over 'bits 


rtnitd f i lea only 


' HOUSES FOR S AI K 

F. N. CABELDCr 

limited 

Ilia BROAD (1HMI 8 111* 

OAK BAY 

Exclusive Listing on St Ann 

To liio*e aim an. in dntm and hi«h 
monthly laaymrnu ihlt muni tiunaalnw 

• III hats dtriniit appeal Cine* in 
Mhoolt tic and nn tht ihxtugh hall 
plan W» rem-i.menil intptcllan I.ar*» 
living mom aim flrrplart full dining 
room rauint'. kllrhtn aim nook and 

• irtd for rants Tatra large bwdraema. 
fill 1 rlo*ei* four-pie** bathroom oak 
floor* in main rnnm* alndna* aealher 
■ tripped tti»a telling* »lr full lined 
ttartairni. hnl-alr latattng, drift in ge- 
rate Lata of cupboard! T*a#» lad 

S£ ttm $11,300 

Pries ** W ° ... $10,950 

Mr Crytr K 1174 fve> t 1171 


HOUSES FOR SAI.E 


HOLIES FOR SAI.E 


ROL'Sfci* FOR SALE 


BOORMAN'S HICKS REALTY 


* m vestment aoinct ltd, 

rOur »am tear la Rtai Biimi 

ATTRACTIVE 

Very n#ai and trry aitrgrtiv# aiurrn 
OMUgalna a>fh matching leimratt air- 1 
•at LfWalfld In . good ■ eel I on of I he 
Ocanri.ri area I irinf room aim dlhihg 
•pare 1303 lltaii laiur firtplirt Cab- 
inti hitmen with lilt link Three bed- 
room* utility »nh lUbi Hnuit * in- 
tulaud Ktichrn air*d for electric 

r "“L * $9450 

QUIET LOCALITY 

Thli uroprriy hi* two very loytly loll 


$2000 DOWN $2000 
COUNTRY BUNGALOW 
1-ACRE GARDEN 


Lorelt little four-roam bungi.ow tun 
u-Uitr room in immaculate coqdiunn 
oiilt inter ye«t< old auriouivded by 

C lnuretqu* garden Very airier'iv# 
nollr pint filing room. ian good-«tie 
bedrpoitia four • pit. r Ptmbiakr bath- 
room nr.gnt rabintl I lie hen mil in- 
*ulatian Iieauiiful flow#: garden fully 
ftr'llutd »uki AH kind* of *niail fruua 
• lid fruit irstl »'tl. taiinlubed .1*- 
Pingui bed md argrtablc tird*n 
Chicken hoj*t iloiige thtd ind repir- 


nice only jtj.uuu r-\ iilii J i uuuw nru-a\_i ii_rx dectltt rou for Ii he* on. be.i..wam 17 

CITY BUILDING *"“* lM,n ^ H . A r “« b i ‘••I»* “I* imranr. hall, litlng room » U0,0 ‘* ,,r ™* 

W .. ' a D „r_ . bungalaaa on rorotr in iht eliy. V«ry is.n. family dining room, modarn kli-i ,xc 


lor an e*tr* aulit and tha piped furnart alluaied on nlcaly-landaraptd lot. In ta- J*' ' . , . ■ . ror ? ,r eH li»3L family dtoina room, mod* 

l« nearly new The roof la Duroid Tha .ellent location and tha double maiching 1* ./ *l**»fBtd and bulll and guiet loca-rhau Ilia link, wirtd for tUctrtr 

gnrunita art lottiy Tha Income u *410 garage give* llic appearance of a ranch- IT 0 ’-. V 6ulw,n *- approaimattly 4* fi Ham near traniporlailoo. Slall'a-foot aunroom off dtnlna room it 
p*r mgnth Don i dvls y th» owntr muat dupUi NK A murtesfa o( lift, 500 p. 19 11 ] O Hnn foom with Syitsply buUl-ln fes-' rooms down. Bomr notrl (tBlurei 


$6850 

tXCLUHlVB LISTING 

R P 8 Hunt, ever. I 1301. 


HMITXD 

1710 DOf’OLAS 8TREXT B J1U4 

OTPOenB MUDAOKB BAT BTOKB 


OUTSTANDING 

144R. Nn rtnubl you warn a goad tnvtat- 
mtni here <t aat of the ae*t Thu 
inaely butlnet* »>o<k ihree rear* old 
Iwated Jlu: oui of the city an main 
highway Cnnau't of all tiort. and lo-.i 
Inttlv «uiir* over all rrn'td Loo 
rental* a.«auir no rental proolema Only 
one atrvire *uppllril Rhnw. net of oaer 
Ik'. lnvtallgatt today it won 1 la* 1 

$24,000 

Mr. Junta B 11*4 day nr ntghL 


THE EASTER BUNNY 
LIVES HERE 


HOURji FOR UAI.R- 


BrRvira m not ouh mi > n o-n-| 

<X'K BllBINRM 


BRAND NEW 
3 BEDROOMS 
SEA VIEW 

Mere u a detuanlt new home •■•h . 
grand -ta tie* Lmng loom kitrlen. 
dlnetlt a pa. e Three hedionm* f.aur- 
plece Pembinke halhrmtm fur rem.nl 
hawmen 1 Drur-in taaage V It * 

Ifge moitga.r can ba attumen full 

aa* inf ^ _ _ 

pt»c* $10,800 

I’leatt call K Mar Parian* He* O M14 


3 BEDROOMS 


•ell due lo lllhtia or eacbangt Cor a payable at III] per 
• milter bom* Believe H or not the rlude* laxea and Ini 


irlre cnmplete I* only II 


may be aaiumed 


! Price 

Pirate conlart X 


t.et-j B I ROD DOWN IMOO per month far 

1 *47D» On a hilltop oterlookiog 'he city, ***■ »ii-rooi*i In .me Luint room din- 
moupiain* and tea In High iduadra *ui - ,n * ftaom. kllrlaen, bedroom Twia i.t(t 
rounded o* landuapeii lawn* and tt *drooBia up and three pie.-e ba'htm-m 


R 4113 or Albion 300 X rvenlna* taking price it 


DICKIK K CO HXALTY Ml Pori Btree 


»1 SOB qUPLfcX *1 MKI Robert liltrhe!! B 31 

Lower four-nxim tulle hat Prmhrake 

balhroent, rabfnel kit, wen and range i_iA\Ayi/rc CACTtn i TP 

dinii.f ip.re living mom :»n he.i HAWKtj r(JS I tK LIU 

rnnma 'illlliv room Reuaratr emranre jjjj DOUOLA.R STRUCT 
in i-riwim lelf-rnniamad tuitt up da* 
range garbage burner* rlean a* a pin 

R*a>nier<* furnart ««**. Revenue — 

«»•» month nel High Yatea Riree: 

alinriti Beacon Hi'l Triple* puateatlim c /-\i itucdm t 

owner* *utle linn a m.an<h front 'wo XJUlMtKfN L.ULV 
ae.'f.rBti'ained tulle* Pull remem ba»a- p»a mi ry 
men' furnace garden Term* UUrLt A 

f N B*g*hawe f. J1«g Kventnta - 4rh . ull . 


aga of 110.400 ”, 70 «n nnn l,,,n * '* ,m * ,lh ®Vivaply buUi-ln fea-'rooma down, aomr navel (aaluret Pull . ... r . nr . . *4 . Di On a hilltop over.ook.og 'ha city “»■ Ll*lhg root dm- 

r month which »n- J JryUU turaa, Haatilator brtrk fireplace cabinet bath down and extra toilet »!»<, Laun- MT. TOLMIE AREA mouniatn* and tea in High iduadra aut- 7»« U»f* 

lere.t at aalv 4 1 ,*-. ri'*»a eon fart R T Burton Ir kitchen with g*!3 utility off Pour-plera <lr» tub* Hot water Oil heating Au- 1 rounded t»* lan-Waped liana and up “ nrt •■»ree pie.-e <»*'htc*a>m 

SOI cnr\ Ivenlng* r mi bathroom Ihree fine bedroom* breeae- lomatle hot-water lank- & , A 7 o« TWO BCDROOM8 OAK FLOORS garden* tnaded BV oak tree. Pour “P rnnditlon Sep sl ».e ,. r - 

t3 1 ,500 p r brown & sons ltd j n „ $ 1 A70 ° srams . issrujssvssi r ' M ,, -v: , 7 h 

Sn.tVw.1 1 1113 BROAD BT O 111! TO. U a“harn M enrnn Plvaae a.k for Mr Helm. OR D1NINO ROOM TOLLY uffitT healing, eleclflc bol-water tank Pull Tull or.. . $6700 


Por appointment lo view pleaae call 1 1\ j broad st 
R obert Mitchell. B 31*1 anytime | 


Uh BROAD 8T_ _ O m, SS'W f SZJSST pTc ^ 

U EXCHANGE REAL ESTATK bu “ < if, tow Cr ^ X tit* ive. 


ir you have a Mourn HGURK with 1300 SQ. FT OF MODERN 

B 31*1 revenue aparinarnf block aulo court. f“MADAA 

farm. 1*1 car 3nd mnrlaage to egchanae, t_ n r\ tV\ 


fleaae a*k for Mr. Helna. 

COUNTRY 

ESTATE 


L4TPD PUIX HIGH BARKMP.N1 WITH high cement bawroent with larae rumpu* h„ m call K MartirUne n.. « ... . 
GAR AGP Thl. •f'l-biilll home of flee room Separate garage You II like Ihe r ' ,#M r>, ‘ * He. OIM 


SOUTHERN COLONIAL 
DUPLEX 


rimm* will be readv for o* cupancy in iwm-aire nednurr.a and ihe dream kn- 

four week* Buy now and plr a nut vour rhen Term' mrluilr lioah) morrgagr ai 

o»n tulor tchenie AN I XCtTXXNT •<* per monih full *ale mncrt 

BUY CQoqri p»«* $9950 

••KICK with l*fma >OT JU Mr L^How B »1*4 .)»« or mghi 


$8950 

:th ram* 

$9600 

7*41 


1,200 SQUARE FEET 
SIX YEARS OLD 


HIGH QUADRA 
$3175 DOWN $3175 
$50 PER MONTH 

Thl* l* the rhanre you hg • e been a gal- 
Iba lor M.idrin llae.ioum alua.i' bun- 
galow n> teat* old tntignrr hall 
living room U * U II aide nod fliau* 


living quarter 1 i«o Will eon.lder r*’-"'** vary generou. term, 

i-ade far *me)l home. Victoria area “t* 1 & 1 Q 

Thl* hu*lhet* coming into It* heal *ea. price -9 • TiJUU 

a<*n to apply for furlhrr information at call Mr. Roltlnaon 0 4111 K*va , K 173* 
LLOYDS 

Real fatal* aryl Inauranre Ageney 

IBB* Blanah ard R irtel Phune O 3IU REVENUE BARGAIN 

r If.. .ad .‘i'.TT w,,ll« .null*. * J **° DOWN Kirellent duple*, clot* lo 

uea PmT. I . cooler V»rk and Mi each with live latgt room. 

rT.h hlmh, f |^r arUl U Pl »uiiu ,,,,h AUldBIHIc oil healing and 

r:?«3E£: Bui.Tbi. r rs™JiL"£ r 


DE LUXE 
APARTMENT 
FOR BUNGALOW 

four de loir aulta*. flva vaara nld Au- 


Inierior finun t 1 9 ADD !" r .' 77 H' ** u k c "» re.tdenre HFATIWf aeparafe" garage Pull ’high” haaemeiH' ■» a ’* »*" - 

Very low prlra 3> I Z,OUU good ahape Comparatively new HtA I INb Buy hit ta -are II 000 ffl . CA Callf.1 Olum u .an* 

Mr Crrer r7l74; Pye«, *3111 wiring roof and »nm* of th* plumbing . term* arraocert frlre $9450 

r . r r n a A !, r Ha. twn •Ittlng rooma Tull haaemer.t * four-vear -od oungalcw alluaied In T "™' rtlr* 

DEEP COVE Oll-O-Mattr furnace A irally eia-irt- «h« belter part of Exiuimali near the Mr Vinlng B *104 day or nignt. t*r * ren ■ 

R.repi tonally g->a .aierlront properly looking home at a t , -j c nr . •». tie log room appro., marely I4»lg W A I E R F RONT AGE ! ! 

wrsLxr « r,-. - $ ,!.^?° «,rr5t3^^5r« bettlr than an portage inlet 

- ' 6 - EASTER BONNET 6 Roo m s-H„, W 0 ,e, Hm, 

fruit tree. $1 I , 500 ENGLI5H modern PaTrbVnk.-Mor I‘e'" cuaV'^toke * ' ♦•**' l» th,* beautiful five room glucro ° n ' f,l » beautiful fraperly tet in na- 

mi ti.enk.aiMip miTArf TVDC a hbt-watar heating tai'am Automatic bungalow in Mount Tolu* e ui-'iirt turai 4u>r.iundlna* vaiai will fiim a Inaeiv 

OAK RAY * v_w I I AUC I ire dume.iig not -water beater Lot 7>*128 Lo»rlj hviag room 'fireplace dining m*wierni*Uc rambling ranch -vie home 

Uv*.v Oa. bung.io. Win be fin- n,,. p 0 ,,::' 0 * $9500 "R, 

l JS , 27 * fM brd " Ullll'IT fOwim OllOMuMf hfR» 111(1 WtdPSl IflCT V .(Iff I>Jf 1 1 ) f • 'id 1 9 g hfln Olrll • .H 


Oak Bi? near trhoolj and thopplnir dla 
trtci Thia aub.lantlal itumi tealdenr 


ES0UIMALT :Vk“«. HM Hl.«.rea b ^ B ‘." L^.nSn r 'Wf niie beViimmi and 

3 BEDROOMS hoi?, Mtn* l W T .nd U mlJd.r^ k^ T lA " >r 

. AUTOMATIC HOT-WATER $9^ 

* HCATIMn *epararr garage full high ha.emen • n **rea at * , , Price 1,7/3 


r.ah reginer hamburger „U1. It mrta. ^M .ion n. O .. revenue llM ‘ir iomitlc K.7 ««7r h ^ ‘ M if ■ «t 11 SOD 

• wr. counter* kitchen range «ut. ab e p | u V ow„,“ . " rc^maiutiSi «»•» Choice ioc.t.on WALKING *D|fi- /ivil tree* * • I , OUU 

r ,k a, w , V 3 A4g ,C * A ° V Vendor mu.t leave for malnianh Hr.- TANCt Will eichanga for modern bun- M ’ H lenk. , .»«p 

Tal^r il'Ul kTL UUI Broad "*««•«•«» •'’«! •"! ••crlflre (3 » 0 w to «•'«• «" •“■»<» tUtrirl Call t»dav OAK BAY 

BtracL O l *jna C 1'} KSO ** * Klrk ° ,10i ' H *' 1,1,1 Lnvelr Oak Say bungaiow Will be fin- 

— Prtct — 9 > I , JJU (.bed In abnol two week* Three brd- 


' ".a ir, tie livw #q ,rn 

nn* arranged Prlrr J>T*4JVj 

Mr Vmmg B 410* day or nignt 

BETTER THAN AN 
EASTER BONNET 


Call Kit Olum it tang 

WATERFRONTAGE ! ! 

PORTAGE INLET 
Rooms — Hot Wafer Heat 


Uum* room A' arlaed g.rage* tASItK tJUNNET ° KOOITIS— Mot Wofer Heat 

• ilh furnara a fa* Rou%a hraicd by a k _ 

tnoo^rn Pa*r*>ank«-Mor cual 4tokar. l» this beautiful roiptn slgrro ~ ,n yila tt^AnUiul |<^d»mv %*\ m r\a • 


OAK BAY ’ V»VJ I I fAVjC I I r C dume 

Lovely Oat Bay bungaiow Will be fin- Tht! eetv olctUrnaoue bungalow t« attu- _ , 
Uhad In about Iwn week* Three bed- ated on high ground 111 trie Dean H».aht*. 


Yarruw Building r | rAV/ci V CIIITCC 1 Langlord. and 411 murder street k*. J — —-a. 

, _ -> LUvtLY bUMES qulmali. Hated eaclu.ively with lohnny J*”' ?I*, n, l r '! *. r,c J' # : b “ »31 OOVPPNMXNT STRPrr 0 411 

UMln DOWN Jame. of Wrilrtn Home, Ltd until r ** hul-waier neat Lawn N M A 

And *M per mamh will buy thia dawn- You certainly ran'l gia wrong m Ihla A ., (11 jj 1Ul 4 'j’» mortgage of Ik rgiu e i c Ann 'Member Real Kama Board af Victoria 

■ awn 'hart-aider reaiauranl Ideal fur «ery a'liactiye fut-iuite apartment ait- full price 3 I 5,UUU 

a couple a "d a girl Be vaiur own bu«* ua'ed c|o»e to the rite cen re, yet In a 1**7 DKHRY HOLD BY HAROLD WARS, rnofcv CITY Ura'luue Heine »i» 

and m * ae a band'ome living f Mar- **ry nlca re*Mentlal dlatnrt In fair- Town dr Country Home* Limited l»3. room* one flraor. through hall ba«rmer,i - 

I ant f 71 74 e.e G AgIS Y ff Citielilu H*l4k Hot-water heating Oarage* THIS Quadra Phone B 737« a* we apprecl- garak# oil hat-water heat » , , r- nn 

L’d 1313 BroadS. IS HOT A CONVERSION « O /. CAA L aUr IU “ n « Speak, far It.elf Price $14,500 A A 1/ rj a v/ 

CAPK BARGAIN full prlca JJO,JUU lTJ , AI.RRRT HOLD RY f APOBTOL1 r Marmot X7I7* Fee. O M3 4 CJAK. BAY 

C*n be h 4 r«*led b» Iigabknd knd wife. rar f uf *h*r ptrurular* and Information of Town it Countrv Hotn^t !»3J Quadra I KJV/P QT AAC K.IT DDADCOTV ' 

Wk Uvlht Da"; «*•»•« C Blord. MiUnn O"* 8’ reel Phone B 7371 .. need your IN Vtb I ME NT PROPERTY CDCriAl 

..Kite uow I. IM-IM *3 iBO down Buatnt.a. Q IJI7 lilting^ $1800 Down 5rhC.IAL 

r, “ "wninry SSf^t <> SiBAf tv ‘ HfW H H A HOUHE ON WtCKLOW vH four .uitet, »ea.i#w _ 

a *41*71 n «*• T.TY cnrtp told by M H Morer and » Price of Oll-O-Mati* hot-water heal Amattng We are pleaced to offer thl* mo.l aHrae 

H 7414 Or IUHi 111! Qliadra Bt wrrtt jnur t... a. ^....a r . I IK nn lerma - ■ Mae while aturco bunea «w In an e* 


Langford, and 4*1 Hlurdee flt.ee. K*- "V" t,f<,,owo ' 


qulnialL lUted e,clu.lveiy with Johnny J'.' 1 ' p !*. n " wl attraeMve. ba«emecit ga- vlt OOVPRNMKNT STRPTr O 4114 Kledrle tupbuatda galore gav and ° U * ,,r,,K * d 

Jame, of Wettem Home. Ltd until [•*' «*■>-*••*» beat Lawn NMA . , th**rf.il C.aa* a... with fireplace two J 1 « fn,,r $AT00 

April It, !**■ 4 , » mnrtgage of I* tabu i C Ann 'Member Real Kaigae Board af Victoria' bedr r eoin* and a mmlerii four-ulbre bath* ° nuf JIOOUU 

full price 3 I J,UUU loom Hit* delightful livin' lla* gleam- < Mr* Burbldge B 4104 da* or night. 


*ia* dining roam 


Be*i|l ifulf* * eel ailed *et 


OAK BAY 
SPECIAL 


loom ntu delightful livin' lie* gleam- 
i ln« o«« floor* .» Oil -O- Malic hnl-wa'er 
heated and ha* a playroom ill Ihe baae- 
I mrnt The garage with a aeverate 
avrkahou. t* In the garden Bnllre real- 
| iien, e l* In Mp-1oa condition, no redeco- 
ra'ing i* n"eaaerv for a d, 'criminating 
purrhgaer thia I* your eon AAA 
home Price jZU,UUU 

C. J. Harrington. K.ea X 4*4* 


QUADRA DISTRICT 
CUTE AND COMFORTABLE 


PROPERTY BALKS REALTY 
R 7414 or FI 7M7 111* Quadra Ht 


a aeverate /“ITY rnMV/PKilCKf/“C^. Por T ol » n « «' t'llfrt enupie Beta 

Entire real- V_ I I 7 '-VJINVtrNItlNV.CJ t» a *potle*a|y clean loi,i-rao, 0 buna* 

n no i«ilecv- ... TDV iTiirtcnurnr "I" "‘ua'ed off Quadra Rtieei Clo« <a 

L'criminatina UJUNIKY AIMUbPHERE tfan*portation and ach.ioi* Ve>y 

$20,000 ♦'!*' Afltac'lvt faur-ni omed bungalow, arranged fdll prl»e $6950 

• «••*. ^ih^rnrh^' M h*ilU‘ M Sep.rV,: InHi.ai.Man c.,1 E C. 

garage wnra.hop Nice garden few ,l,ord ' ° »«• O ««? 


BEAUTY PARLOR — OPPORTUNITY Bl'uated In a very good location. NETS ®“* dr * Phnna B 731* 
for reliab-.a operator with limited apprntlmatcly *34 to 1)0 a day THIB u * wrli imoTON I !WI 

L^J Colt her lon^'Sotaid* tSU pr& $2000 l L , td , ‘' h * ,,n E ’- n ' ' 

G 1124. evening!, I U4« ^ , J • _ I - 

— Contact C Elford Realdeoca 0 044* sryrirr an anpvnr 

QUALIFIED NURSE REQUIRED TOR Bualne**. O »JI1 _,.a. a?'..,. 7 


town or Country Home* Lid. i»2J l*"n« A . M « • - llir mme Mlfliu UI*II|B|V* IS* Bill r* 

W.n NETS Quadra Phnna B 737* Pull price ilZaYOU r»P‘lon«H» nice location Entrance hall 

IV THIB 14* WELLINGTON I thTED EXP! UHIVT H “”* ,0 " * n,W c,r " f *CUflM*t to l * r,# **Y*f** ,nCm * 1,h 

. _ _ _ _ WELLINGTON LINTED EXCLUSIVE- | ra deV Coma In and mala an I Ihrwe betfroiim*. all fair *iae. dinette 

$2000 Ltd* lh SUn K, ■ n, ot Hornet ACT NOW Phone Mr* Kelly E7|T4 cabinet kl'rhen wtrad Hot-water heat 


tlee white *tucca bungalow. In an et- 


Fult price 


QUALIFIED NURSE REQUIRED POR 
par«ner*hip in Nur.lng Home propoMWnn 
Bmall capl'al lnye.iir.ent required Brawn 
Rr«« Agenr'e* Limited, 1134 Blanahard 

Brce- t 111)- 4 

17 0*0 PER YEAR NFT 
An aicellent roffet ahc.p in Deal gitut'ion 


VERNON MARTIN 
& CO. LTD. 


NOTICE 417 RUPERT STREET NOW 
i earlualee with E X Heath <3* Yatea S' 

7*4 PAfTODfL SOLO 

.MJs listings wanted 

UROENT PLPAHP ”* 


A , /rrv> . fr , r «, Ing Nn haaement Eitra Int worth ap- ... ___, _____ 

VERY SPECIAL prn*lmaiel» II.4B0 Clear tllle Occupancy STREET 

Rl f'l\A/ May 14 An aicellent opportunity to live 


Boorman Investment 
Co Ltd. 


Rl INGA I nw May 1* An aicellent opportunity to 1 

Hl.aa.r.o .7- 7 . . ‘ h “ v ' r » ,0V,, » d,Mr ‘ e ‘ tOdAA 

rv.i,^tr ass: °LS“\b 5 ?.Vf«. ,nr ft,r ‘ S8400 

old five-room home wilf rank with 'be Pleate aak for Mr Hall Eve, R 11*1 
be.t in the eliy, containing Ihrougb 

hall 'uaneledi. large living room, dining , 


An agcallent roffeg Utr.p in be*l gltug'lan HAVE YOU A THREE nEDROOM HOME RfJS. *"?, l>rtrocoM i • 

C.an be handled with »* «I0 E J73J. G »t*7 143 YATES B1FIEET O *l»7 WITH LARGE LIVING ROOM OIL III AT k, tchen will' dining .pare and a utility 

Jnneg and Bratt J30 Pnr.btrton Bulldlti* .Member Real f.tate Board of Victoria' AND IIAHKMENT ANY OOOD CLOSE- r ' 111 bi.ement with drive-, n Hlk-room aid. o« home entrance hall all- 

41140 DOWN a, a a AN CM — MOKTHI Y ,n ^STRICT fOR A YOUNG EX ECU- l,n * Thl ;, h ” mr r0 « ,n ’ d 'n*ng rnnm rahlnet kitchen 

.Ive. ,mmid,.ie at. — TtVE WITH 14 000 TO 44 000 7N CASH S. # , ... r*rum- three bedroom. Ihree-ptec. bglhrmim 

lilow m faiVueldT^ Totri orl7e giVao* AND RALANCK Of TO 1100 PER ‘hl' gfflca a| . ccrt full rement ba.emenl new furnace hot- 

N* iTve.,'. ' i J,f.S Vlc'hria rreVa “ PPAQPD R|QC"ACT MONTH’ CALL KKN LISR I’KMEER ‘ h ^ ' • »55U air heated Nice garden teparala ga 

" v *" rU Pr '“ 1 rKA5tK Dl5L.Ut TON. HOLMES LTD oui* OR EVE J,l 5'' 1 , J- , »urn?*a „„ ca«h required NM balance i*s 

rings U4M4 ESQUIMALT t-' rmoib tASOD 

nCCCDC WE HAVE CLIENT WHO REQUIRES • gllmp*e of the ocean- thl* brand f ,,r * JOJUu 

'*7' ' tr\5 to lo 300 arre» llmnered with *ea- bungalow rantaln* hrough Plea*# a*k far Mr Qulncer. Etea D (J14 


n* IN MUBfNRSS YOURRYI.f PORTER- 
Cable CI3 floor aandee and edger Beat 
offer over *400 O 301* 

NEW POUR -SUITE APARTMENT 
I3B Mo term*. owner. Bog l»*7, 

Vlrlnria Pre»a 

BAKERY BEST PART Of OAK BAY 

Inquirl**. phone G *404 after J p m 


OFFERS 

"JUST LISTED" 

(A BUSINESS SNAP) 


CAPITAL CITY REALTY'S 
SAANICH CHOICE OFFERINGS 

* nr home entrance hall alt- 
lining rnnm rahlnet kitchen 

am* three-piece bathraam « . Q A V 

ba*ement new furnace hot- VJAA tJA' 

required HIM balance 444 THREE-BEDROOM HOMES 
$6500 A Wonderful Selection 


garage wnrkthop Nice garden few 
minute* drive from centre of »rqr« 
town Pull price j5Z0U 

Term* available 

Mr Roger* R 41«4 «Va» «r Bight 


JOHNSTON 

& COMPANY LTD. 

ESTABLIBHKD I Nil 

EXCLUSIVE 
THREE BEDROOMS 


A GOOD BUY 
IN FAIRFIELD 
NEAR THE SEA 

A verv nire bungalow hating living 
robin with gfanitr fireplace a rahlnea 
klt< hen A lamlly-alte dining room. 

1 three-p|e<e bathrocm and two nice bed- 
rnnm* on the main floor A blind aialr- 
I *ajf ■••da to two Hire kedaimtn* w|<h 
inllel and baatn and aun riuam Thera 
I* a full baarmeni with piped 'urn*, r 
And there t* a teparal* matching g«r 
*1' And the price with & 1 1 C r\ 
•a rear, $ / J 50 

For tnfnrmatlun on llaa* pleate call At. 

Hhlldemeter. Re* AMalain 3 M 


»0 l« 300 acre* timbered with *ea- , * ,n * *o"**lnt Ihrnugn Plea*# a*k far Mr Qulncer. Eve* O 004 ,yyn, A modem hime tet dignified In 

a. ~y.k« “ fisr» « « 


Pleaae .end complete informaUOh and ^1* ,U * dlolB « '■«> «»od in»d 

•nap* nr phnna Mr Heine. The Rrltuh “*drf»m*. firur-piere bathroom hoi-alr 
Columbia Land K Inteitiatenl Agency full ba.'dienl 'half of whirl) 

Ltd 133 Government Street. Victoria rou I h,,d *•» /or • REVENUE 

O am. SUITE' A real oppor- *, a rrA 


SERVICE IB NOT OUR MOTTO— IT B for vnuraalf Immid.a'el. COPPEE RAH 
OL’R BUSINESS" CONPECTIONI31 Y and PISH and CHIPS 


12 ROOMS 
$3400 


$ 1 1,000 


Be, a and garden High quiet locw'-Irn 

wilh a vie* Pull batement "at . 

flmat* lii.ula'lnn Very eataart kltrbeiy 1 


VERNON MARTIN 
' & CO LTD. 


#43 Yl'e. B'reea 


J— New al*-i 

• I Hero, fully 

litre 

Prlra 


all -rnnm* p.pe.l healing wired •*». bf '« h ‘ "'•■ Board of Vlctnrt 

lull, in*ula'*n Lotele a* a p'r- 7 1 *' ,n \ J h * n " r,h •'i' 1 * n • rrr P’ 


He a* a plr- *«N 'h» nar'h and wl'l arrep' 

_ a l-iw dawn payment frnm apprnaed 
$ I I ,300 h“rcha*er* Pa>**r»*lian tn one week 
Thl* I* a beautiful (vime and you will 


12 SUITES 
PLUS BUNGALOW 


Your opportunity lo g.t into ou.ine*. ? - VunHy phana no.^ $10,550 ^ a down paf-.n. fmm apprnaed 

for vnuraalf tmmedla'alr COPPEE BAH CASH - CASH — CASH J*me. rt I Rurrl.i e Prlra $1 1,300 f !’,7*T*a" n " J?"' 

CONPgrnONBtY and PISH and CHIPS REVENUE OWNERS' I ik|?fV4tl/kir tnr. Th “ hm,'* la *"ul’ed In a good fenMp* Wit* It a heaul|f,,l h-i-aae and *r.u will 

Owner will aacrtllra all track and equip- •/ To** reallv want to .e,J lm w"h u. LAiNbUUWNt AKEA •"» “*t« h** d ' • ran»'derable , Mr . ,, 0 „| r •■r»* »hat v-.u haven t aara anything 

ment lor lha amatingly law CASH We have hundred! nf Inqulrie* (ram CC£*!IJDFn FAMII V UriAAT •"'"“"l nt "pair. We ron.lder that oiLO-Malle ali-eundllmne,; heat !* n * ,h ' 

PRICE d-iOC/N ^ralrig nenoie call We.a Dicgle .V . U r^MILT HOME thl* t. a gnod pmpo.iiian IP you have p, red air euonmnnea neat |u „ pfl(r 5YY5U 

of _ _ 5 t>5U DICKIE * CO REALTY Thl* lovely four-bedroom ratlden.a i* in enough capital nere*»arf to da the tab .. 512,500 Call f 4343 

e •— 'i r, Tr* 01 ” L-. o„«. „ 

Mr Wilklm, E 4)4* or Mr Wllklaion. wt HAVE BEVERAt rt.irvrw win firenla.-e r*„»*i**, ydvJ f " < - rr 10 ”• 4 New *it romn* on Klnrnu modern Jark Hmiih M„,n. hup 


Thl* >• a very fine Hurra apartment 
bviilding aalf-conlalned IB- IB veara old 
Cnn.i.t* of 13 three-room plua bath 
aul'ea. fully aelf -contained There la 
al*« a three-rooin plug cqtiag* on the 
Iirnperty renie-i lo ateady tenanta All 


1 ,#w ,r Mr WllklAiOB. wt HAVE SEVERAL CLIENTS WITI flrenlace ranvenlent kitchen four-piere „?' i ' , . 

1 * 7,l *3 000 rail* am) |eg a for a dawn payment bathroom and two larae bedroom* nn P'**** f ®7 Mr. Barnn 


Ion four tn teten-room borne* 


FRASER BISCOE'S 


vw main floor Uoatalr* are twn bedroom* , 


for act Inn. Ed Olawn. eyrrlng. niMI »nd wa.hronm Heating l* gutr-roai.rl 
i 0*1*7 at VERNON MARTIN 70 '"I Nicely tltuated on a large high lot I 


after all eipenaea 
T All aeparate 


New Location. I7« Ygtea Street 
Arroag Prom tha New Poat Offlea 


. DUPLEX 

Recommended 

fame# n t Burridee j FAIRFIFLD 

CLEAR SEA VIEW „ , , , , 

CCm im ai T M •• ht»f nfien that you ran Buy a 

CjVUI/ViAL I proper duple* al lha prlra al whlrh tht* 

four-room n»w buntelnw nn I • acre* one ta offered In an etcellrnt location 


l» I* no! nfien that you ran buy a 


*)*o a three-room plua cottage an Ihe LTD. (tl Yatea Street Recommended 

properly rente-1 lo ateady tenant* All I ■*•• Location. I7« Yatea Stra*k clients for ai i kta(r**~ne wwv 'am'* n l Burnd'. FAIRFIELD 

*,«.«e. an low rem.l. -h.ahe.t be,,,, | M Arc. Pr.« th. Nr- fo.. Offlc | ^. ^opT^ W^Lt ^T ,°ou’ "Eli CLEAR SEA VIEW r AIKrlCLL/ 

.T n ulL \ h *A,r v ?:r\i nt ' t c,OM broVn. 0 4* ! TI John.lri, * C* KnillAAAI T " *"• " f, *» Y-u ran bu» a 

nn u «Z*i ,, * , »S U Ltd. E 4343 1304 Broad Street _ tiVUIMALI proper duplet at the price at whlrh thia 

OIL O-MATIC HEAT All aeparate _ _ four-room n'w bunealnw on II acre# one la offered In an eacallen' location 

meier* NOT A CONVERSION Can be NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY S^?a! B «S UROENTLY REQUIRED partly cleared Becluded and *hellered four .room* down.lair* con*l»Mng nf 
financed on ea.y term, or owner would u w Sffi,.. W# ,V. 0r 5 •« «• tOQAA ''»*»« »»•«*«■ three-piece bath- 

g«n.id*r a Bou*e <r duplet In trade a* REACH- PROPERTY I Building. 74) Yalta O BC44 Pull price 595U0 room and Iwn bedronma Upi'air* con- 

E. ixk ss-i tktbsS 1 rasnss , J!"" ssa v,vr . w. — , aMj-s tt jsst -aris 

sr,r:,™ $ 47 . 500 m $ 32.500 , - — ss-rs, xr ,M 

mi » D „ w .„, o,"». o .a., *"a*tm*ht DUPLEXES ; WATERFRONT DUPLEX nl”. u , JWoun 

Clear rwyenua II *40 81k peat Mlf-ran- nea.e a*k lor Mr Edward*, r»ei O 4414 

FAIRFIELD , • ,nr,, ,U '' M r,,il cUm etc aaa AND , Inside Woter Anchoraqe 

5 LOVELY suites JS™ ... H. A. HUMBER LTD. 

Tou certainly rant go vi«i,| nn thl) l-a*t yea, a turnayar tli.giM Price In- required Prompt attention Thl* property It unique |h that It la etoae 

W 7 *'*' ,u,U apartment, rivaling ei I r\r\r\ ,n "* efv^l* w ed water w|ir* aii(hta>*|e un BROaO BTRErT • II 1J t *343 

•.tutted In-e in the *11 tr centre yet in *to.t $1 1,000 RCDMADri fi I Tn •"*• 'haaigh modern o*M*ea*e* 

M r, u n 1 "° d '*«ncl 1h Fair DtKNAKU & CO LTD. •" old World (harm The .rvie u Tudor 

l« SOT °'T ,M ™ u ' **"""• roURSKLP of a dr.lrahla gjg PORT ST Phan. nan. *'‘ rt h * h,UM " 01 f, ‘ m * «s- 

Lb NOT A CONVERSION d-Gi- CAA apartment alia. Preaeni revenue o*va PORT BT Phnna 043)4 Accommodation ...mpi.*e' 

ruU 900,D\J\J well on ihe *, n r\r\r\ Eniranr. hail living room w.th fire. THF RHYAI TD I IQT 

for Further Particular! and Information taking prlra $10,000 ^ HOUSES FOR SALE |olaie and view window* Twn good bed] * KL/T/\L I KU J I 


4 New *ii room* nn Klnritu nandern 
Eve* a 4741. and delighlfull* bulll with evecvthlna 
a modern houtewite ream* for Ee*» 

ST- 4 $12,800 

Mr DeMin. O 340 Eve. 


Call E 434) 

Clarence Halrh HA me O 441*. or 
Jark Smllh Hume. R 4414. 


SEA VIEWS 
Rustic Ronch Rombler 


EXCLUSIVE I f e f ora mli elewt of San .loan Strait* and 

tintn Trniir Lalwnd* Plat*- gla*. plrtura windnw*. 

JJVjU ~ ~ I fcKMj fully intuia'fl Here la a reel oeaury 

wiih It* atiractiee deeian. gttarhed gat- 
)3»* Pour-room *lucco D'ltoid roof age and (Inman tile window boaet Larae 

7n*e in fr*' corn# firil *er*ed main entrance and through hall. apa. 


NEW N H A 
GORDON HVAD 


OIL-O-MATIC 

) BEDROOMS 


MT. TOLMIE 
DE LUXE RANCHER 


, CIm, in Pirn come firil *er*ed 
Ctrenre Hatch. K 4143 Etra . 0 440 


living room, kitchen three-piece bath- Reeuiifqi new ai.-ronm ranrh-aivle SECLUSION* view* *rtraelivfiy de*ign*d flrepiate »e( 

room and Iwn bedronm* Up*' air* con- 1 burttalnw Pull baaemen' oak flnnr* ^*-wa-v_,jrw . wiih tile, modern kitchen wtth dlne"e. 

*|ar* of living room, kitchen three-plera nice larae room* automata, heating il)ia A'traclive ROT-WATER HEATED w,r,d /"' ,*"#'. three large lwln-*l*ed 

bathroom and Iwn bedroom* All good- wired atrege nice high and In 'tcel- *rurrii renrh *'yle Two and a half ml, a •’•druom* fmir-n,"' Pembroke bath- 

• Ited room* Separate entrance* *eparata lent TV location, beauilfui larae 104 curie Half-acre of peikllke eurround- Z" 11 hl * n ba*emenr rumpu* room, 

if'lere Oa’age E*7AAA financed and low rate morigaa* ln»- demanding |e*a at tern Inn than ih* Oil-O-Maflc air-- nndl tinned Ivirna-e 

frlre . 9 / UUU Intereat, Tfila la a ipeclal ready »o move averag' city lot fatlu and lane view lJr *c ">' Thi* l* a wonderful buv. 

Pleaae ■ Ik r a t Ur g.iward* r.«* g aai* IbU ’ 1 A OAA *‘ n <fd"’ Heavy wiring inaultted at- " l ' h »*»'» rnnvenlente for modern llf- 

Pleaat tab for Mr Edwarda r*e« O 44)4 prl/ ,, SlZ.VUU Itched garage The type or property ,n » *"•» «"«"* tf ] , 7AA 

Mr. Kvmp. 144)3 l.enina* • n ‘ l ,h ' ,T ‘ n,u " Pr,, • 3IS./UU 

H A. HUMBER LTD. ! $2000 DOWN ''iT. «,a. S 2?»a° WATERFRONT 


t Inn* L-*haned living room and ful|-*ire 
dining ro*im all with nak floor* laig* 
plate glaat pirture windnw* with »r» 
view* •MrarllVfiy rieaigned flreplare »e( 
wiih I lie. modern kitchen wHI* din*"e 


FAIRFIELD 
5 LOVELY SUITES 


Wurlele B 1431 E7I74 

WATERFRONT DUPLEX 
Inside Woter Anchoraqe 
Views 


Conlart C. Ilford. Re. o 0«4«. nr Bu* 
O )147 

‘COFFEE SHOP 

Ruualed In w rery grind location. NETS 
appraalnaaiely |34 lo 4)0 a da* TBIH 

$2000 

Cnniaei C Elford Re. G OA44 nr But . 
G »)»7 


L J Colin, Brtninga E 4)4* 


Till* property la unique |n that If la rlo*» 

III. un 'belle r ed water *i>i> aneharage ujq BROtO BTREET 
■etlNiled and ahnaigh modern pu«*e*te* 
an Old World charm The tir e |« Tudor 
and the ba>j«a la of frame at min con-, 

.iruriinn Accommodation cnipiiae* 

Enlranca nail Uring room w.lh fire- , TUC RDYAI TPIIST 
Ol.re and vie. window. Twn gond bed- ' M T 1 KU ^ 1 

rooma Complete baihronm cabinet alt-! AAiillA kl\y 

chen equipped with nl, range Lower tune L-U/Vlr AlNY 

entered per oetlo nn are ftnm and con- 1 


Plea*# aak for Mr Edwarda, r*e* 0 41)4 


H A HUMBER LTD. 


window a flea* y wiring m*'i tied at- " L 
I ached ga'aae The type of property ln « term*. 

• ' dun. available and a! the mndeai Price 


$14,700 


•»rmi irnri|H‘ ^07 Jv 

Ji't AmKtl. t $141 t«M. 0 4511 


WATERFRONT 


B 41 1) B U43 


oak hay oii o-MArte 
IM MACULA I E WHITE HIDING 
BUNGALOW 


THREE BEDROOMS CITY immaculate whiik hiding 

fun“ biMmen V'7 r ^ (l ?^: , . r , :a l 7 SU,TF ,N BA ^EMENT Are »«, .making for a love., w.ierf.im. 

furnara, ran hire .arer. and realty good r|4). four room Bungalow Ten tea*. wTh^a^mlhlmSm ' Upfe*.* 

n.nlna MnnUily payment! ez/CA old, high lorgiion. nice clew Con.leiing magnificent* »ea ylewa with e*a» arieia 

"k. reo, fUH price $6650 , |^« r^ w..h f,^p..r., mvc ,? 

lie K.i.r* gmt rramma -anTA 5 ,,rl kltchen^ . yerr atltaellye Hying ror m 


Are tou lonklai* for a lovely waierfrnnl 
itunealow. bnautifully deeara’eo, * pia a 
tu reilre with a mini mum nf upkeep. 


PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. FAIRFIELD DISTRICT ^.•^Vl^'T^rtLVsTf^'. ."“li'-im 

Day. G 41)4 IM] Oav.rnm.nt S trail , ft lh . mldtl ^ EUchtn 'all rangai dlne„e 

TB>» elght-rnam. well-conatruc ed hnma *V£' 2 * ** , * ***'*'"' 

ran nw converted i« an uB-and-dnwn ... r h ' Th,T * " • con- 


$8950 


Pair thia Invelv five-ronm aruern hunl 


Mr Walann. B 4T1). Evening. 

$2000 DOWN 
FOUR BEDROOMS 


£H?emen r n.re "tWO ’ p,, ‘ “ ,r,, ' n »*” alliacllve living am m 

room am* M r anSwriin wateTiK *' ,h window. .nH large 

h.^mrnr* -fJTo. " D ^ NINO VJT" «'«4r over 'he fl replace reflerllng ihe 

$7300 *'■ ,, ' w * fon ">. I«F«* m*a 'ey 

rull price only 9 ' ■jyJ'J oedrwom with wall-in Will carpel Tern- 

• Jack Brown E 4143. Raea , 0 4*74 ‘ 


urnae nmrtnn and amail den part 
ba.ement with Oil-O-Matir bat-gie fur- 
net*, elec rlr hat-water rank laundry 
"ab* In.ulaled wired far ele-irlr cant* 

and aeparwte tar age with r »meni drive* 


DE LUXE COFFEE SHOP " u " Pr,c * on '' r,n * 2>0^,UUU wff entrance nail. PuU-alie can- 

P'RBT-Gl.ARB WR- locallnw »•»- heal" V.’.* ^ ' l”. r gw ° .ep.^.VJ * (Vrin 

TRK T Matin, wnnderful return* on ' n ** #l ,,H ‘ Hr " dot *» f ) / rirtH Clear UUa onr-nn 

an arerag* nf 1 1 rtl per day piral-rla»* P"'* $ ’ OrUUU p M ,, $9500 

flriure* The Hare I* alwav* hummina APARTMENT BLOCK Near p«,» and w... .i Hl . ITT 

Wl'h arilellv One nf ihe beat on the »ea I) large mndern *ulte* frlre and Phone Mr MrLdllan. 0*111 


margei '••fay Owner I* iranaferred and further detail* on application Iw M 


hat ta mat* a quick *elr ff (3 7LH 
A*klng iir re wiih term* only 30' 
Plea*# Call K M*. railin' He*. OI*T* 
Or Wti.lBe**, O *341 

VERNON MARTIN & 
CO LTD. 

O 44*1 14) Yen* street o *747 

Member Real >'iai# hi.ard nf Victoria 


Joeeph Smith— O 1)11 


A BERNARD & CO. 
LTD. 


1346 STANLEY AVENUE , , -- .... ... 

. . _ ' l ' r, ri4al f'aiure* Chn- unlitv room Opon atatrway aeade to a Mon. full ha.emen' with p»i.e.t furna-fl. 

Includina Furniture !;* *,”* I *’*’ 'Wn wiih valen-ed d#n With null! in da*k fww ether wed- larae diatlhle aarage iwn Im* in garden 

_ n . . dining roam lhr» rnnnu Oak fiowra Rui-a»« oet'lng, ga. w.'*r healer detlai eal with living 

Kevenue Proaucina gone r-e d roam* and madam cabinet ele- . aeparate aarage. patlw deep lot PW’1 of to*'tn lining worn d#n *a« ' Ilf v and 

rmir.p.era Pembanke ba 1 h which make* a natural * i r -j rn rwblnel «i'.i.»t. d»ap and th'ew *,-a- 
ralurw tl par rant E O Cf~W*\ f " 11 with aa'rg fit# ruck gardea frlre J I J» / 5U clou* bedraom. and 'i*'b"»»"i up Cl«»* 

• .. lo5UU W* • nd ••"••HpiI In rump ia nwm oi- Mti «hnm* *nd a bafgau* #q , nn 

Appoin’mani tn View flea*. Pb.n. I r M ,r "* 5B4UU 

□ TU4.t !J V rmiiM UhM"s‘f«.i*d i * a nrt Hil! r|«h h«n4lM. r *« • • r>* • •• i#nl 


LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
THREE BEDROOMS 


4 *uper ila laaai 


MOUNT TOLMIE 

A d'lfghtfiii Tudor eemi-oong* ow with 
wetl-landa.-aped grnunda gnirgn't ha|). 
large ll'lng and dining room with fire- 
place and nay windnw Hrdrwom ba n 


Ren Walter. B *IM Evenlna* 

FERNWOOD— HAULTAIN 
THREE BEDROOMS 


K#*y walking dltfanre ta centre uf city 
Well' fii'nlened and everything I* In 
7'rat -cfwa* (rwirtiflon » i r 

i I J/UUU 

W D Kennedy, I 1)4) Xvea . O 44)4 


$ 12,200 


ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
& CO LTD. 

1314 BROAD STREET O 7 


place and hav window Redrwom bam 

ranch a 1 vie bamgalow room reemei kitchen with nook and Oowtf family h-ame. In e*re|ienv eandl- 


434 fnrl Ifaraei 


APARTMENTS 

SELF-CONTAINED 


Tn velura II par eant 
O 4)11 * r ‘ r « 


M -ament ket'mrni with e* ra flae rut* garden frlce 

!•# and raiugheil ,i. ,ump-i* room Oil-, Ull Rnowlaa 


$15,750 


PROVFNJ r,, " r n,,r - flB * # ,n 1 1* 

V/ ” Lll Threw aulit* fnur yewrt. riawe in . )) 

INVESTMENT FJE ? :^ n ,r T “ 

1 O Q/ C| IDC Y*c#pflangl revenue an Dnutlaa MS 

• *f0 avJr\U Al»« all atart af Aum Count, *l» lo 

UQ|ll 

p;.y r.'^rsr '.r r «- 

V.ulifuUv oca.ed g-eadv I) »w4»»h m ■in ' "* 

revenue nf appraatmaiely »jn too r* » wr ratidrnco II*)) 


ISLAND INVESTMENT •"nil ,VLl?° 

CO LTD * m,r ‘ 


^ THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 


r!dU« bedrooma and 'ia‘h'i>am up C!*»» 
'n arhonl* *nd a haig *n »a inn 
* .Vine tarlre $O4U0 

Half -hefa handle*. %wlan>a a. i*nf 

Mr Honar O I'd*. Evening* 


GONZALES 
Clos« to Beach Drive 

F'i»--i,*lll b"naw*do wl'h full cement 
beVirarnt iiri.ace and lauudrv 'uli* 


Qule! I'acaUmi Bie rooma lo oicahenl 

(Ohdlllon All on unr flraor with thru ian 
hall Living tmaw ha* Ilreplore Nice 
floor* In-ulalad Pull baaement Sep. 

urn $7600 

PAtRPfXLO ft** room* two haifro-ma 


fleparote garage Vary n.rel* *"uv*4 r>nla. hall Full Nu,ni,fi( In eg-.:- 
ana a g , .d l.«.y tTTCG rn.ad ton ’hroughoul 


CAPITAL CITY REALTY 


44* Cormorant BL 


CHOICE BUYS 


"GORGE WATERFRONT" 

Overlooking lha aheltered Gorge Water* 
amtd a beautiful *etl!04 Of gaadea* and 
irwwa, Uva-roam modern a«u»'« hunga- Siv 


low Orarloua living and dining •■..am* "on fnur yranna* dawn )wo .3. rnnm* 
Herdwaaod floor* fwn bedroom* ele' rie up I»» faiea ,ln»* *0 ecnen 


pen*e» Including wage. 17 MB Thera 
ta no work whaiwo#v*r far Ihe owner* Mou/cfond 
In da eirepi tn aup#rv|*a Ka-eliem 1 ’cvrilCUU 
autt* for 'he owner* Thl* I* one of lha ygg port STREET 
ha* I equipped and Mrwl.hed hnl.l. on STREET 

tha laland TRroughnil Ih# weak Iher# 

• »* no vacanrl#* fagopl# era turned ewev Tr\\ ii* , n 
dally T7*er# la no tu#** work In thia I UWN & 


jaropoal'ion. th# rr-enne la a we||-#aiab- 
Hahed fad th# ripen*#' are ael lha 


Pour kune*. n#w. ciotb in „ in non v-vj, LI L». dm government bum , m Cofin{ 

[Thraw lull#* fnur y#ara. rloa# in . )3 Odd 774 PORT SIR ETT RHONE O TIM- 7 SWINERTON & CO LTD 

fl*. *u! • #*, 3'-* yean, riooo In M OM M.mh#r af Ron Ul*f Board IM RROUOIITON STREET _ r . TrnrnA'iT.i" — 

B.t luuea. cio«# m .. .. _ )• im GORGE WATERFRONT" „ A ir 

r*r#ptinnal rav#nu#, on nnuclaa HUM ~ j _ Oyerlooking lha ah#lt*r#d Oorga Wai»t* FAIc 

’ AIm all aitea af Au-o Cowu all to M TMOirc Dl IVC i , , "'" 1 •' «*»<«* ... , , 

uni'a LHUILE BUYS DOGCDrrr I at/r ! f»v»-r«nm modern elW 'n bung a- SIV »•' *' 

r ..,. W, larkaMR ai tnai «. F’RObPECT LAKE i >"• Orarloua living and dining ,a*iam* "«« four 

M#n?n #* n EeTmnn tTn uViU.. POUR-ROOM DREAM HGtfBB oil h'»'- _ . . , Hardwood floor, twn bedroom* alae r.r up !■*• 

eyning. se,moni MJO or Mr Nolaon ing. tltr'ric »•*»## and rMEidal" Ideal ** " f •" MM !ak* with k"chen four-piere h.thnvem Re. 'men' Pull price 

ai * 7144 wr raaidencw III)] for .mipia Mod.rn *nd in # 7 r,CA 'J'"' • h,r ' • na **•* • ha* OU G M.-l' piped fwmae. and a 

apoileaa condltian l/7jU hr ’ , ‘ in»aly eaira bedroom Rarfaeeua pH ,n 

Newsteod Reolfy Ltd, «J« SECLUDFh JAA/ 

>« nm rmrrr a a,.« SSfi $10,500 SECLUDED $9950 rM. -'./.' 

VIEW ROYAL- fnur b.dcoum* Ho. '.V'' rl.' ’TgL, Z'^’r, *'* .7?: 

TOWN & COUNTRY .7K. " - - - — * ... *2°,°$ DOWN ; 

UAliCC I lillTTG '»"** thia at onu SI 1,500 Is'ge 1 1 • ■ ■ ■ * ri>-tm wm flreola-# LOVfcLY l)AKUfcN 

nvj/v\t5 LIMI I tL/ Dora. E Ri,„. TwS bedawaam* BffllROf'NDlD BY LAWN and VARIETY SA 

fhon. B 7)7* (.I) Quad' a Bt,w#t f.n.b.a*. *,,,k.„ ° r BEA0T1TOL ROSEN Sunn* il«ing 

ouao'a *i,w#i CAA -GAR war s..ui h i Bight F, "’ h, “** <*..h apd tiichan <n4 4|fllnf ronw k„e h en, b.-hrnam JJyp vwsm 

HOI n YHI ID WAT * IL/, JUU Mmoa alder • v go.,.. *"'• /'Mreg .aid 'Med a* bed >00 aaa w"h iwa cenernu* bevfrmam* up Cl»*a *•* "-'I'* 

_ V ^ UL 1 *wUK *1A I In e*-rll#»» iha.ae Oil " Mail, a" r*'« ba.emeni wl'h erica rw.am all ranvenienre, OUTBTAND- » i-vrn !)• mwnfl 

Two Extra Specials ' '"sea hn*>..,g w. .. H iumb'.,t p,. ( . cno value at ,u " v rlr » 

U. l-ffumin.-f uZ: !! _ $7900 - f 8-MI,. «,m. Homo . .MB , Call Mr 


FAIRFIELD LOCATION 


room n'der e»yie in goad rand,. Reeammended at 


ana a gnu* Ma.f <71^0 "' ft 'hroughoul w Z C AA 

Only 11 Mm down $6500 

A*k fnr Mr Hagia#, Pea B Mr) 

OAKLAND* — A good family some, 
Kir An 1 ikieiVMi/Mr «mertly d#rore<>d Ha* thaaa i*ed- 

NEAR LANSDOWNE r-*om» You wr, Ilk# th# living ronm 

• i'h flreplare and dlnln, room »«*o. 
Mndern aiurrn hungalaiw rnn'ainlng Pull baarmeni with farced air furni'# 
foui large ream* wllh gorad 'laed utility Act quickly #c/ca 

room and att*rh#d garage Nice garden g; |M down S5o50 

•nv well planted V#r» n,'»l» Mlsaud “ — 

r5T“ " $R900 OA * M.-gn-l r..-roam.4 

Recommended at ROTLA7 home Centra hel! Olaawed-ln »#randa, 


$8900 


$5250 


A*k fnr Mr Woodniff Rea G *7M 


Pull high baaeirenl Oarage flam*, 

•hruba and fruit •••** ci#ar 

tltiw. Pull prlra $/ZUU 


SECLUDED 


I'* he** (art th# ..pen*#, ar# mi th. HOMES l M TFD VC ” ™" w ' ' ’ ' ->ww , * 

difference eour profit 113 MHI for a J ' CU D-M * * T * ,> Md.-.,m. 

return a* large a* thl* one w,. u 'd e.oec sing l*>) Quadia Btrwat r nn - »*k a** .a. .... . P»»'b*»a* k*'n *pd ti 

to pay over IIBBAM. hut the «*bln, Mn| n v -, „ - $10,500 !-m aide, y .# JJJ M',4 and ,..e. 

r..H.h; ,Wf l ‘ Ma Twm * •" V° lD c Y0U r R HAT ■" »• '•*«• .S.Tae tit. L Ur.la^fT r... 0 Ifb . 

for frlrw and Detail# Conlart I _ . _ ^ * « b*##n*#nt « r. iy rairm*n*a 

J 1# C-hetman or K R I ia* "* I— HUn.ing-f Uhmg au*« *«uri. PWy. | Prilw 

_ / rw •romeai anoroyed own*, aa.l •*> t 1 *1 Qn/1 " ,OM •»*W»S 'RfaM 

Evening!, E IS)) ar B )M) Day*. OHM Ra»t and will areapt any t*aeo«f* E ■ J,rUv l"*gi grew Brand w*w , r . _ 

„ “* »//«• Phil Infpcmellew o*. ••• room bungalow 'a.ulair l |, U r«an LL A< H 

PEMBERTON ROtJHRB LTD. r#qu»« fool oak Urn it 'brow, ,..«*, Air .and' 

Cilia M- *-p ,# Mry r an f#et loner r and ewffea •*', '»«" III* Bt.HRBHARD BT 

*• I'vlag quart# r*. but .an *.f.n..y. nan... a mart.,*, 

— H* add^i owner 111 and muat I- 

nl " awsvsaaf'-i TODER & VINT LTD a lovely 

DUPLEX PEan# W Amoa. o mm Bvening* *11 Oantraj Bnildlwp q INI 

rrrt a n a tt rv.ro AA,rr B T31g, Any lima ■„ *-w*ew 1 


$7900 


iwvtly vtira bed rnnm Sarbvrua pli m . _ 

JAMES BAV DI5TRICT * Lo-q# Roo-m 

;V" $9950 seciu 5 , 0 n 0 nd Lov*iy v,*w 

Mr *TnA'nZ , lTo?rr,V IH '*• ,4,, $6950 '• «•» • iw*» fd. #p 

$2000 DOWN ' r '* n Bf AOTJU c 0 oi 'n-- able living plu> all 

hi f>\iri v /"AD AC KJ " mndern ,ea»ur»» Thar* 1* a a'«c 

LUVCLI unit L/C IN _ er»r/-|A| nimpna -nam with flreplerw la ntte 

ST'RRni ’.DEI, BV I.AWN and VARIETY iAAfNILM jrtLiAL m#nt elan '**## rntlet knt at'rr 

Of BEAUTlPtJL ROS»* Sunny living h*alln« targe garden tot v»ey well 

and dlnln, room kitchen. ba'hrnim ’7“!^" fw* r w*** ni»». Iteaiinn planted and eaay erreae tp wa'erfrnn' 

with two genernu* beyfronm* up Claa# la* *"jraa 'mdreorn bunga.-w I) pod dawn Which Afford* year-round anrhwraye 
• II rnnvenlenret OU TET AND- a e-ycA 1,1 w " n,l,| f t/LODH rnnr " *»*1ng Canada wl-h ta *el 

IND VALUE AT 9 ^/Oi} Yuli price JO“W enmple'ely fuml.hed at t . n snn 


WATERFRONT 

6 Lorqp Room* . , piv/rVC 

Seclusion ond Lovely View L-L_Ly I U J 

ble I* not a n'w home bill ha* *n R**L ESI AT* * fNSTTRA SCE AGENCY 
r a, e«n*f»y*abl# living oiu* all iwna BlUIN SHARD STEP rT 

vtzu: • *** aw,.». 0 m M sr r*i 


<A95n T ^"' '* ' l,f * ■*•"’• KU ha* #n 

r >|f cemfonabQ Hvina Plu* all 

mndern feature* There it • grge 
.. IMP -onm with fireplace in r,**» 

men' tlln e.'r# inllel hni Wrier 
healing I grge garden lot v»»y well 


$6900 


Mr Roma, 11. E 1197. Hama f 979# 


Call Mr Bnap#. 11441. Be#*. E 7474 


PEMBERTON NQt.MRB LTD. 

O ItM 


LEACH & SPARKS 


MEHAREY & CO. LTD 

C*1 VIEW STREET flirt' 


EMPIRE REALTY CO. ALEX G HILL & CO 


DUPLEX 

SEPARATE ENTRANCE 


TODER & VINT LTD 

111 C#wtrwi Building ,1 gi 


) 14 acre* rlaaa ta Royal Oak. goad ala- , 
vailon nita five-raom bungaiow with, 
p*mhrnb* bath and baaement Hot air , 


144 Yalta Bl. 


, beating, living rnnm wfth Oreplaaa. 

A LOVELY HOME L*™' hnuiM In, »nn aim. 

Nuiw»r*»w* fruit tree* *n« b#rrl*« eir 1 
I H* #-•*#• tawauan, tbla aw- Immedlau poateMloa CTCrvn 

Murea eungaiaw of four mama frlya 9 / jUU 


PROPERTY SALES 
REALTY 


Dp and dawn. Double oluwibtng Up NFAP Jllflll II 

ran'a for 14) pe» »«nt|i Pour mama n.y „ AV fNtAK nil. I I 

down far **wn#r Xiira raaaa «n hate-; L/PNK, D^Y ThfSi* Re.cfrnoer' n,,„nnl,.- 

ment CVfmli.lv a buy #Q,ca THREg Af ARTMgwr fROPERTY t,. „ . »«*G rr >Ofn H'jriqolow 

*' _ ~ Term* Available R«W1i* IM Vf* ** 

CU MV T.„«. O .* 0 * SSlrtstT $ 1 4.000 5 " $7200 

I Mr Tavuer p... n aaai 


•••wet #4 m a-'Wiew mostiwn. tbla ao- fmmedlata po**#Mlon C7«^An K t AL I Y «*^« 'wewrly .... Ha. Full bwaamenl 

P*'lar *turce aungaiao n, four rwpqaa frlya _ a/jW garape no* Gama modern el -electric 

* namT^I M r *^aa TtWBd, U BWW D*«a A well planned hnma in me* 

AAjra,. - #.• ct . i • $56 50 full price ias ^ $ 1 1 . 50 c 

w 4 tha Oaega weak 4 roam «twe*w kungalnw and 1 rnnm la *, vm g* ar baian-e a- ian maat *> wto _ , , , 
at Tllllcuaa •■••'•"v" 1 ETOCA rnnm. Thrm *f III tk' T.™ W ANTED Bii-rwmw bungalow falrfield 

Prtnw »V5UU pun# fumtahed $7850 tn ' ,P and three down Team On) etc Termt IIW dawn ...b 


Plan'eq and #•»* acre** iq wa'erfrnn* , , _ , . . , _ 

Which afford* yewr-rnund anrhwraye IJP! A M |) S 

cm net* leering lanada wl.h taael 1 v/f u / ) 11 l> J 

'ample'' 1 y fi„nl*hed wt , n s nn 

• ewaonebM price wt $12,600 BEACH DRIVE 

Thia boaufifwl waurfrtrwi realdenca. 
A I FX C, HIM JL built we aw buuun ans'.rwctar, 

^ Ol LU. few'wre* all lha tala*! Impriirrmcn ■ *urh 

IM) RRuaD irrui' •• • O-B bweek*eard bwt-water heaung 

"SOAD rrsrar O »1*l ayeiewi fully tiled bathrwam and pander 

roam in harmon te color* gleaming oak 
, floor* ihrnwgltout panelled den wtiA fire. 

— — — — — Mac*. T7*a eitarler I* af pumice wrwb. 

w>lit cedar •hake roof, daukle garage 
1 OWTR fAfRfTElD Owner leering «Uy * realle yuperb Home with a rtew af lha 
•ffety threw -bad room tnnderw rinrea bun- **• ,nrt "*«ustals* from ple'ure window- 
f* nw 'pearly aww Ha* full tmaemepl A ." D X^INO SITUATED NEXT TO THE 


l)b) BROAD BTRBT 


IOWXR f A niff El D Owner leaving city 

•ffeey three- bedronm modem *tacca bun- 


$5650 FULL PRICE 


garape nw* Gown modern all-eleeirt# 

anrhen eic a wen planned hnma in nice SEi/sl ** ORRTROCTXD BY OTHER 
laca'Hm near glare# € . . ran "GMg* 

I raw • warm I lag* ) I I f JVAJ Priced fne Immed-aie l*< ti 


Alfred Cormicho«l & Co Ltd MEHAREY & CO LTD A ,# * r . l4 

l>.« BROAD *T. Ohtln, Via. Mrwri . ,„y 0 ^ & Co Ljd 


— z***! $9500 - $7850 Sr xng r-srj rvur+z 

200 A c aim , cn c#u -r c “'»- *■" $6250 FULL PRICE $10,000 

A. 5. M ILLtK i» Asa Aaan Ml*a" n im wa«'k Tine 

RIAL BRTATE PTRB AND HOTO H G DALBY & CO LTD *"* " " T *’** A. S. MILLER 

LN »S«1 RARC« • 4)* YWW BTREKT Y1CTOK1A. 1C. PmorBWTT BA l SB RRAI TT Real ba.a „4 

Q1MI IMS Piawakar# Bk B 4« B 4B41 l|HlhBIH1 Ml. Quadra Btrww INS BUnM-rtt BAmm 


Priced fne Immediate Bam pi 

$32,500 

faowetea Aeasta 

H. W MILLER & CO. 




*7 HOt SKA FOR RALE 


57 HOl'RPS FOR 


Batty ® nt an tit. v.«tw**. » C 25 
T«.Ua», Merck 11, 1tS2 


5f HOTSKft FOR RALE 


57 HOT** FA FOR *A!.E 


17 HOI ‘REA FOR AA!J? 


57 HOLAEA FOR RALE 


P. R. BROWN 


TOWN & COUNTRY 
HOMES LIMITED 


W-E-S-T-E-R-N 
HOMES LTD. 

•n tatzn street nltH 

Uemte* R«*l K414M Board «f Victoria 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


HAWKES 

FOSTER 


PEMBERTON 

HOLMES 


it SONS LTD 
1111 Biasd Sweet 


GONZALES DISTRICT 


HIGH QUADRA 

Very attractive atiK.-p bung*. pa ite- 
rated an • :>•• iU 1 1 \ill> ler.de, *;,*d ,ot 

• iih tiiiiii l*»n» imterlet aoi! n- 
r... meiau* ubisiIh ahrub* 1 h» hnme 
rompruM iiting i chi iv iT.net;* w 

J ood-ttae krdiMuu. m Mir 'll Bilrhen and 
aur-piec# ba.hroom eunr*al»if alatl- 
• at :a lwo (In iili Ml rosmi up Tull 
baaemenl not-air furnai* and dr n 
garage TTU» la real:? a flrtt-rla** home 

Si .r** . . $9930 


BROWN BROS. 

AGENCIES LTD. 

It» m anshaho ST Phone* I1IU-4 
Member Ural Eatale Board •! Victoria) 


3 BEDROOMS 
SI 250 DOWN $1250 

Balance a* r»nt. nura j«y thia an-tni.a 
home all on on a flour Llama room dir 
in* roc in tlir»« Drortmnu Dumb! roo 

r't 'p.T. $4950 rFDAR HIM 

Cunlan Harold Ware tm, B 1MI, V,L.L- , /\r\ I 1 ■ I— l— 

or H TJ7* an » time 

. _ _ ONE ACRE a *»rr aurirtli* UnM-fNi-aW aida-bv- T ','’ •’ 

JAMES BA Y r — . , »ida a-.ui.-co duple*. altuated on a uuiet 

TUnrr Drr*Q/-\c"\iAr EARLY POSSESSION alreet in thia **»» popular area LIUS Call Mil MICHAEL 0 413, I 

I rlrvct DC UKL/t-r/Yl J aquar* !*rt floor area each ilda separate 

AIX ROOMS Bi|lil year* ulcl »«mi-bun Here la a eery well kept ar»e of land entrance* aeparate batemrnia separate _ 

gain* Bright linn* room dining ronni clcae 1*1 'oar. anh a very good four- hrettn* ii.*nl* Farh aide haa a drivr-in ONE-ACRE ESTATE 


LIMITED 

Ili'aiMr Virtona Rea, Eaia'* Board) 


"SI 850 DOWN SI 850" 
"FAIRFIELD EXCLUSIVE" 
"3 Bedroom Semi Bunqolow ' 

Situated Ju»t off Mar Slrrel Older- 
.*•« taoul* hume in earellfnt i audition 
Rereollon and through ' all iais# living 
mill full dlnlna room Biin {(replace 
i-jil!-iri buffet Suari«ii> caolnef kltcnen 
ne a cupboard* Utility roiali; three bad- 


$4950 


COOK AND 
BURDETT 

4 BEDROOMS — BASEMENT 
LOVELY GARDEN 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 


FAIRFIELD 
FAMILY HOME 

rtiL. four -brdioom home la in oeau'tfal 
condition and ha> full high heaemenk 
aim tide drive and * (r .rnn 


$5750 


room* 


Pleeae aaa lar Ur Clark* or Mr Oaunl. 
Kvea B4)U 


ere Pembroke bathroom* T»» com- three -mil* elrela remote-# 

>f anh orchard outbuilding*. 

3 g r***nhuu*#. aueai toil*** 

COSY four and ona-half 
raum atom) tiungalua Liv- 
ing room i*k floor* gran- 
ite fireplace Two auod- 
alked l>enr.ium» modern 
ki'rlien alth dining area 
roll range included- four- 
I- pie * Pembroke bathroom 
>• Cement liaarmenr fint- 
• aaler heating Eacellenl 
i f rubdlflalon poaalbljllle* 

•t Cloae to bn*. atorea achool 
• ») 100 t a an e 

■\ Pull prlre 

J Call MR WHYTB, O 4111. Ere* 


duwti Ota* to irhoo; and 
O-nldlngr Jotjlaied Owl 
• 113 

Pul> pr)[« i alth term*- 
Pleaae phu.-ie Ken Hlur«etin. O 4JW area 
or B T1H anytime 


Parllainvnt There are Ik aaaorted fruit tree* and 
lot 7»»*« plenty --I land lu gr< • all >our require- 

$6900 KS’m'ViV, ’’«.*<? $9950 

Pleaae rail R V Caaelinn. evenlnga 
K MCI 


niudrru fcr.ihn, al.n laundry ruom ad- 
Jamliia Pull baaeinent, hul-alr furne r 
• no aeperai* malrliing garage Irrmi. 
I 000 duan balanr* t7Qtrt 

a i ranged Pull pn.e J / VjU 

Pi**** pnonr A M Millar Evea U Vila 

ROCKLAND AREA 

Thia nicely Mcluded atwriu bungeiow 
anhin •. .king diet knee of toan. 

comaina five apanoua room* and ei-.ra 
ftniahgd tiee-ed room in baaemem It 
U parked full of value the beat rt 
material* and uorkmanahip Inaulated 
OU-D-Matlc eir rpndllloned heal drive 
in fireproof gerag* beautiful raiidl- 

tmn. Uvalde and out Ovnrt leaving 

till mutt tail OOOD TERMS EX 

rrii^T VALUE $ I 1 500 

Pie* a* con' art A T Hunt n, 0 7111 
»ie« A blon UY 


$700 DOWN 
BALANCE AS RENT 


HIGH QUADRA 
REVENUE OR FAMILY 
HOME 

$2000 DOWN $2000 

Eighi-ro-rn home aim full rcinent baae- 
ment Five room, on main flranr and 
three-room *uil* upatalra a jlornatlr hoi 
water aired lor elerlrlr range large lot 
wllh beautiful garden. Taker » ~7Qf\r\ 
only M3 Pnfl prl>e j/VUU 

Contact Hannd Ware 
B lid rtea. ur B Uld anytime 

DUPLEX— OAK BAY AVE. 
$2500 DOWN 

Don : l-*y R*nt -Co'lert It) 

T»i »elf container* kuliei conalaung of- 
I Cablnel kltr.hen. living room alth 
firap.ace two oadruuma end bain- 
itii.ru —owner a 

rig room oedruom kltrnrn and 
le'htoom. furn.ah'd rent* at »** per 
month 

$8950 

Cubtacl L K Hindi Kira, b 14)1 
B 7171 ADftlma 


4-SUITE APARTMENT 


GORGE 

HIGH LOCATION 

$2000 DOWN 


! ! TWO $1500 SPECIALS ! 
"NO 1" 


But* utia older i 
PULL PRICE 
ORLY 

Pleaae aak fnr Mr 


Thia ea.-luMve Hating ahowi i 
melfly 1 * per rent net leicaK 
in Kir •acaoriea Pir.lv fu 
Self toniained Four (urnarea 
bainrnomc Nothing in da *» tec 
lent* Thia i* good and wil. 
Til. i nne-and-a-half-atory aemt-bunaa- pieaaur* lo ahtrw ■ r 

inw it ideal Jut Ihe family H ha* two Trie* only S I J 

1 Ray a ill O *l«, Ret id* nr* I 
rtiBOt. oinln* roam with flrepl* « go«d- 

• Ired k trhen with pantrv. full 'fmelit 
baaement with hot-air furnace and *ep- 

arate garage Ihl* I* hire and clean and [ )/~t Yni I Wnn 

a real buf fnr anmeone (ZZCA LefO I UU V V U II 

PRICED for quick *ale JuOJU , . /^V I D 

Pleaae call 0*ur*. Oriffln fO LlVe IH UOK D 


$3900 


Cut# aiurco buugalnw of four nice 
room* attached garaie and full high 
baaemem Completed only nine month* 
ago Cm or i* in g Hatng room wllh fire- 
place. oak floor two bedroom* four- 

• bathroom aunny eahl- 

wir»l for range tile alnk 
_ baaement nouae* aundrv tuba furnace 
accept If. Odd * , « white enamel ho* -water heater 

A very auba'an'tal Three mile rlrrle Imely vlee Trim* 

hum*, new root end fur- hum) rt n wn Ml mnnth C7Q«;rl 

full price J) / 7JU 


'TIS SPRING! 
HURRY! HURRY 


piece Pembroke 

• 77Cn Pre.eni nener haa Jived ner* per .itcner 
Jl / J J \J Jk year* ami mi* I* .-nnvtor 
to .mailer home and will 
DOWN PAYMENT 

good-lMking , 

hare 7 he owner a aul'e haa large living 

f nnm with brlca fireplace illnii-g room, 
arg* mu-hen. two bedroom* and lhr«e- 
ptbCa Pembroke t>a hroonr Upaialo nn 
three nice r-uirn* own sink piped beer 
A lovely garden m lawn, iirrkrri** and 

tu mm Fuji rem*nt baaeoienl *|th hat- Located on Wellington B're»t In Pe.r . . 
air fuma/r Taiea onU M $ field th a <iar.lv aeven rpnm home eriilil j Llv 

Pnr Infnrma-I’in pl-aae can * * be fahi'lv • c duplet Level* rundlllon It 

BI'AN HINDI. R lid! day or night rnnipnart llelng room aueti-alkr dlnlna 

r-irim den ot beArnriin and modern r*o|- p,,|| 
net kitchen un main llnov three lotely j-r.c# 
'red room* and P»mlirak' oa'liruen. up- 
• talra new plumbing future* Baaement 
lurna-e a<id drive-in *#<*r- 
g..od deal at II. MM down Ik. 1 
month Pull price 

8' an Riant. B 1M7; R«*a 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


UPON A MILL THVHR l« A HOME 
Don t kick jouraelf. OET OUT THERE 
ficronr ITB AOfn Biiuk'ed on tp- 
y-otrmalelv hklf-an* of arnund with all 
. fmw era in full bloom TIB 
a rule llttl* RTUCCO HOME AH PRETTY 
AH A PICTURE It li INDEED a hom# 
OI CHARACTER Aak n* .-inrA 
price wllh term* J/ oJU 


lovely Tuonia one tloor through hell [hr 
plan four year* old modern In evert 
reaped IK living room Hill dliiing 
room lee 'win-.Ue hedrnoma nne Sal! 

K lichen haa rank* wiring etr Pull high 
haaement all lined Immkrultle rohdl- 
t|on inaulkted. *i i rar live garden Hand* Pleaa* aak for Mr Utimi. Eve* 
to tcbool and but Open virw Tetea 
*1311 Belter than new » i * C Cft 
and real ealue *t ill < JJu 

Mr Be|<her After Hour. I IMi 

HIGH OUADRA 

Five rpeclou* r.*.>oi% in beautiful condi- 
tion and taaielullr decuraied uiroggnnu- 
situated in lb# popular Lake Hill dta- 
(drt and > oinprtelng through hall, 
living room about l*i!4 dining room 

Wli 13 apt, rout rablnet kitchen filled Fuller nf the.r amall 
for oil range, twin-at** bedmuma and ilea hate *«. ellen* lit 
four-piece bathroom Pull, high bate a rnupie and a very *u 
mcot with eatr* rnnin furnace and Income The* are rlo 
drtve-lc car apace Boiithtrn eapoaur*. and all runvenlrnrea 
line garden and open v'ew Taae. Met, well lecommenclec 
• tit lUi'dt in bu* etc About *1 »»o » Room. .J tor own* 
raah hanrtlf* balanre *i l.u per month and *1 kflo yearly 
Priced fnr quirk »*l* and ♦ i /-> c r\r\ • Ho*irn> <1 fur owner 
well worth ilU.DUU and II.J 00 (early 

Mr Belrher Afar M.tur* E *•»( Bo'h furnlahed 


OAK BAY 
SECLUSION 
SUPERB VIEW 


NEWSTEAD'S NEWS 


PENTRELEW PLACE 
OPPORTUNITY 

Five Room (Plus) Stucco 
AUTOMATIC OIL 
AIR CONDITIONED 
$11,550 


Thli lovelr iiwne--oulll bom# 1* now on 
Hi* mark*-; for the fim Dm* It It ra- 
clt.ngly different built on three rtlatlnd 
irerla, rumprlalng large elvlng .com and 
dining room wuh on* of Vlrtorla a rineat 
View* an electric rablnet kltrhen thal la 
perfeef brrakfaat nock and utilitr. 

double plumbing and many other wonder- 
ful feature* Including deep wail-la-wall 
carpeting and beautiful drape. It la sur- 
rounded by a garden or rocks, paltol, 
flower* and tun trap* out of the 

$ 22,100 

By appointment only rail Mr. Oould. 

Evening. O 7J7J 


$7950 


GORGE DISTRICT 

Lovety ( .-room oungalow nardwond 
flours, fireplace an* bedroom, exira 
large Pull baaemen-. Eaira room Separ- 
ate garage liood term* ennen 
artanged Pull price 50“jU 

Pnont Mr Chrlaienaen Eves. I (set or 
B 737* anytime. 


FAIRFIELD 


Almost new N II A ron- 
atruriinn TTiruugh hall, 
apailuu* living room fire- 
place two bed-noma. lOUf- 
piece bath Kitchen wuh 
dining area Enrlnted- 
stairway to large haa*. 

menl room Oaray* Hm- 

r.rkmanahlp * lr aummatlr oil furnace 
llv modern 0,4 floor* N H A Mor*- 


FAIRFIELD 

EXCLUSIVE 


!*! CLEAR LOWER DECKS ! ! 
NAVY PERSONNEL 
$1500 DOWN $1500 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 


$9650 

$9500 


S6000 

GOOD FAMILY HOME 

Three or four oedroam* Pull Pkiarnenl 
Eaira large lot With 101* of fruit tee* 
Ver^ gnerd term* tan b# arranged 
Phone Mr Chrlatenaen E MM Evtt or 
B 777g an v tun* 


N H A Mor»- 

_ _ kvaumed Cn# 

moOM or block to •** *nd B#*cnn 

«WBK SS.'"* $10,750 

n ipotle.l C »J| MR NICHOLB O (IJ7 Eve. ft »07l 

$9450 

e*»3. WATCH THE SHIPS 

CED G ° BV 

N-ULy Rlkht on Ih# seafront. 

..... •*> ep room* aeml-bung*- 

WN l«» »'th a HELP-rON- 

7 A IN Ell baaement BUITT 
*'»• IH7S, TTi# hnuae Itaelf ha* four 
m duplex; hedrnoma hardwood floor* 
te double Pembroke batbrnoiw end 
gOTCn Oil • O • Mailt hot - water 
iOJDU heal . Qnn 

a E «»1| Prlre on term* ilO-OUU 

Call MR PRATT. 0(117. kvea. E 7M4 


Hoariou* well-conatruned five-room 
stucco bungalow, comprldng la g* liv- 
ing ruom wllh wood burning fr*ptar* 
Dining room 1$*IJ Two twin-a'ie bed- 
rnnma Pembroke bath cabinet kitchen 
Pull cemeo' baiemrni Mm. air nrwil.i* 
Dr'*e-ln garag* Nlra garden 

Per appoinlmen* *o •!»« ron-*ei 

w*i.on Clerk 0 7(71 Re* ll((l 


A SECLUDED SPOT 
$1500 DOWN 


$9200 3 BEDROOMS $9200 


ROYAL OAK WAY 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

New fnur riHirn aiding bungalow feature. 
Large *-abtn#r kitchen, living room with A 
fireplkt* 1*0 oedroom* and Pembroke nf 
p.a-brciom carport a'larhed TYin dealt- rni 

• »l* heme is «!-.*'*( eo } n acre. 

• lib virgin limber Pull e/orn *l< 

p- <-* aalv J»0 J DU , n 

Flea.* call I. K Uuldl evea B MM 

B TJ7* anytime, 


A kelighirul hur.galnw ui a good du'rict 
• '•h nceiieni living spar* The living 
room dining rn««n and hall *11 have 
hardwnnd f nnrt Modern klfcnen *n4 
full haaement Eaav i.rmi 
Com act W H m r Mabmt ai * 7I*( or 
E«*a Albion 375R 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 


OAK BAY 

$3500 Down - $3500 Down 


BRAND NEW 
$1500 DOWN $1500 
4-ROOM BUNGALOW 
2 ' 2 ACRES 


N H A, BUILD ON 
YOUR LOT 
APP $1700 DOWN 

Your riiuicb of foilciaing 
1. Three- Bedroom. CQ7Cn 

full baiemrni iO/OU 

$7800 

’ szzsr*- $98oo 

For further Infdfmailnn. call H Price 
ur M Mmri B 737* anvmne 


Newly built five-room home Eklr* lail* 
llv (na room wllh Hreniar* and biillt-Tn 
hookcaee Full-alif dining room d* 
love an. h*n and 'wo large bedroom*, 
attached aarag* wuh hreeteway Oll- 

O-Matli furnace m baaemem Thia 

home we. built for owner who he* been 
Iran.lerre.l Thl* la earellent value end 
mua^eao'd $ 12.600 

Kindly rnnlan (I n Ne* at E7|»(. 
nr Eve* n ting 


DOLLARS FOR YOU 

1 Acre — New Bungalow 

For security or investment, double vnur 
money on thl* Over one acre garden 
end land*, -ape Pl*»-rnnra bungalow 

three year* old Can have tan eg-ra 
building (ole facing Quadra alirai’lve 
building aighl Bungalow alone worth 
asking prlre 13 000 handle* » / nrn 
end all gne* for JOVj'J 

Call Mr. Plddlrk evenings. Albion I33Y 


$53 REVENUE MONTHLY 
4 NICE ROOMS FOR OWNER 


BRAND NEW 
GORGE 
$2000 DOWN 
$6650 FULL PRICE 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

Member Real Ratal* Board 
*09 OOVYRNMEWT RTRETT 
O (111 DAT OR NIOHT O 4117 


Pour -room alucco bungaluw In Langford 
Living room >wo goud bedroom*, lour 
pier# Pembroke baihroom, large ar.inet 
kli-hen ■tlarhert garage Two grid nn*- 
half arre* nf (inund •) $00 rimaii and 
*A» per month buy* einrn 

thl* at i/ ZDU 

Call Johnny Jam**. B 31.17 Etea B *il» 


Attractive •emi-Dungklo* rloie In Good 
location firmed auire, luily lurnlahed 
Full oaieirr.il, hot air Ekita lot 
valued at I 1 M included Full J 75 QQ 

13 OdO Down. Halane* a« Rent 
P a William*. Q » 1 « 1 . Bealdeore O 9M7 


PRECIOUS STONES HAVE 
BEEN COVETED 
THROUGH THE AGES 


LANSDOWNE DISTRICT 
5 Rooms — Stucco 

TUI* laveJy ihree-yeaC'ivld our.*aiow naa 
a living room approximately It feet 'btu 
wuh fireplace and olafe-giasi pictur* 
window dimng room end »hru bail « I 
with nak flonra. Caolnet k.irh'n wlr»d 
for rang# and piped for Hendla -»t> 
henrnom* four ple e rembroka b*‘ft- 
ronm full cement ttaarment wllh nol-yir 
f’rcn*'* pip»<! In all room* — -niftniv'ie 1 
rumpu* room wl'h fireplace La-/# 
dtlve-m garage. Nice lot With lawn ano 

^iTVne. $10,35') 

Pleaa* phone Jack Jarkann Eve* B lit* 
or B 737« anytime 


STEWART CLARK & CO 

G 1011 - G 031 7 


FOUR BOOMS AND UTILITY 
OAK PLnORJt 

FINISHED IN 10 DAYS 
rEATI'RINO 

I. Llvina room Mill, fireplace and 
oak floor. 

3 Aparhnpi rablnet kitchen, ample 
dining apace 

] Two good bedroom* oak floor* 

• T7»r#e-p;*ca Pamoroke bathroom 

• Utility room with double laundry 
111 ha. 

• Fully Insule'ed well* and relllngi. 

7 Monthly parnrenu abaiut l$% 

Pleaae Call Herb Hodgaon, B 3101 
Day or Night 


ANOTHER REDUCTION 
$2000 DOWN 

Thia la an Up-and-down dunlex In * 
nicg central In, anon Upper aul'e ren-.a 
for (75 per month ffOOCCI 

FULL PRICE only _ iOVDU 

Roy HUJa. O •.101; Realdenca. EMM 


FAIRFIELD 
BY THE SEA 
BY THE PARK 
BY THE WAY 
ITS 

$1500 DOWN $1500 


ESQUIMALT 
New Subdivision 


Her# ara an nf Ihe lend out *1 adding 
tema in Virion* real ea'at* today 


N H A —4 Vi % MORTGAGE 
LAKE VIEW— ONE ACRE 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


TWO DIAMONDR IN FAIRFIELD 
A little buffed by time but still In ea- 
rellent cnndlttnn 

1 i* too — 93 55ry down. IM per mon'h 
3 19.950- about 11.000 down 


C^C.f\r\ DOWN Five- mom w n 1 1 a 
iZOUU aturco bungalow ean have 
three bedroom* and suit* In baaement 
Hot air nip# furnace Ruperler rnn- 
eirurilon four year* old Appreaim a'*|y 
I 040 equal* feet Today'* value 910 500 

PrlM*** $9000 

Aak for Mr Davla evening*. O MM 


Jubilee District 
Six-Room Bungalow 
Only $2500 Down - 

POBREHRION IN TWO WEEKS Thia 
bungalow comprlm a apai inua living 
room with fireplace gue»l-*l*e dining 
room wl«h buffet, rablnet kitchen wired 
fnr range balhrorm THREE BED- 
HOOMH full haaement hot-air furnace 
beat In all ruccna. separate garage Tate* 
only *94 Balance payable at £ -v/cia 
M l per month A good but n j/ OUU 
Call Mr Kttlo. Evea . E 1990 


Almost new *a< epilonally well-built 
a'ucro bungaiaw four well-propnrriaoed 
1 «c,me II font living room wl'h view of 
lake and fireplace rablnet vILhen 
with dining nook let bedroom* and 
four-piece balh Full h*a#nt»nl w(h 
eau* plumbing piped hm-eu heal. Oa- 
• a*e and laundry Luted tod*- end 
priced 

BIX ROOMS OAK FLOORS LARGE lo aell 
ROOMS BASEMENT FURNACE POH 
SESSION NOW TERMS 

Aak for Mr. Orlete, Eve* . » Mil 


S REAL PEARL 

Flee ipotleat ranma, only alt year* old, 
19 400 half cash 


$850 DOWN — MODERN 

A loiely mudern twa-beUruum atU.ea 
b'tnaaluw, located near Eaquimail 
Laguoii Exceptionally large living ro-.in 
with fireplace and beautiful nlr'r-rr 
window with full aea view Cablvrt 
kiii ben. dinette two ni e tired badrowm* 
and atlarhei! garage located on me- 
third acre plot The Pinal mnaerva •>, 
evllmale la that It la It 400 (CTAfl 
underpriced at uhlv $D/UU 

1.10 Mllburn Hnan tacl.nfVe htdng 
M Morey. R 3414-B Puce B 7379 


$6500 

FAIRFIELD 


THREE HPARKI.INO RUBIES 

Fifteen ailnutee tw tuwn. 

1. Twir-bedrontn bungarow. If 4IM. half 
cath 

I Five-room bungalow in immatutate 
cnndluon with a wry attractive lot. 
• IncilMI or trr a good offer. 

3 Three bedroom* newly decorated In- 
side and out Extra baiemrni room. 
Ill VM lee a than half rath 
Catl Mr Beldam Evening! R 9471 


HEISTERMAN & CO 

lEatabllahed M«4> 

1131 RI.ANSHARD 'Near View I 
Where People Refer Their Friend* 
■ (Ml 


Thu |a reailv good a five room bunga- 
low newr Hearnn Hill Par* full baaement, 
furnace living room, dining room, two 
hecIrtMirna three. piece bathroom kltrhen 
tlwmf Ini II1O0 line n Ml per month 

"m,"",''" 1 $6500 

Call Rob Allen or Johnny James 
R 3141 eve* H )••• or H 4414 


MT. TOLMIE 

EXCEPTIONAL 

VALUE 

GOOD TERMS 


OAK BAY 

v — Esquimau Harbor 
Post Trial Island 


GRAND DUPLEX 

LIBERAL TERMS 

TWO FIVE-ROOM BUITEB 
SELF-CONTAINED 

THIS IS WITHOUT QUESTION ONE OF 
THr FINEST DUPl.nCFS ON TODAYS 
MARKET Earh aulte haa FIVE SPA- 
CIOUS ROOMS OOLDEN OAK INLAID 
FLOORS Beautifully filler! 
bathroom* 

Completely 
have 1 AR 


DEAN HEIGHTS 
Oil Hot-Woter Heotmq 

1 199 square feel of aparipua living In 
hi* very attractive home If you vr# 
looking for a 30 foot living room two 
wln-a j# bedrooms a aunny cabinet 
kitchen dinette aid utllltv room nff 
the kitchen, then lake a loci* at 'hi* 
lull? Insulated home- You rannoi dn 

pruT mt _ $9450 


A GENTLEMAN'S HOME 
Ook Bay South 


FAIRFIELD 

SI 800 DOWN $1800 
3 BEDROOMS 

0 930* RUNG ALOW 4u 'He-. (ululltlon full 
b**em*nt drlve-ln J a r aer N.ra du'rlrl. 
r love lo ar-hooL Ek-ellenl bu* aervire 

SSV.,: #r $6500 

Pleaae Contact Hamid Ware 
*4! Evening* — n 7319 Anv" mi 


You can •## M' Rainier -he delkuba 
and Olympics from ih» llvina room, din- 
ing room vunroom and bedroom*, and 
M- Raker frnm upstair* A"«nlu<e terlu- 
•lun an nlder irpe eefl-butll hr-m*, 
structurally sound 19-foni hying rrw.m 
wtlh Ingtenonk flrepiwie four bedroom* 
haaement Take* 199 A home with 


A. M Taylor Spittal 
& Co Ltd. 

1310 BROAD STREET 

EXCLUSIVE 
3336 KINGSLEY 
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
Wed, April 1, 2-5 PM 
6-8 PM 

MODERN aluecn h'tnaalow rnmnrui 


Oreupallon April l» FULL H 5BEME34T, 
drlve-ln garage under thl* BRABD-NBW 
HOME LARGE LIVING ROOM wnn 
OPP-ihe-floar fireplace, dlnnia rrinm at 
an* end nf Ih* living room f all v elecirtr 
cabinet kiuh*n with dinin* spare at 
well Two large bedroom*, four-ptee# 
ba'hrnnm In ih* v'rtniiy nf all new 
home* 

Call Rnv oteen anrUeu R 3MI. 


Pictura vouraelf th* proud owner of 

thl* modern aeml-hungalnw In a fidlv 
landaraped setting Clna* in gnlf 

course and «e* Hall den aatn-roam 

and twin bed alx# bedroom have wall- 
in-wall carnal Large living room and 
dining ronm wuh fireplace* Cabinet 

Pembroke kitchen wired end four-pier* n*th- 

SKPARATX ENTRANCES room Upstair* ar* litre* bright I ed- 
SELP CONTAINED They room* fnu»-r>l#t-# barhrmvm and **-el- 

f LIVING ROOMS WITH lent rupbaard »n« r * Venetian nlih I* 

ATTRACTIVE OPEN fT REPLACES Cement baaemenl OllflMillr hm 
*ue*t dining rnomi two nice bwltncima, water he*' Oarage tf 1 -j aGG 

rahtnei kitchen with range wiring and A real b*r»»ln at i I / 

OIL - O MATIC HOT Call Mr Smith Eve* 0 7)3* 

W ATTR HEAT7NO Spare dnr* DM per- 
Aak fnr Mr Wright, K414I 0 4747 evey mil a full dearrtnllnn r.f the many fine 

WTLfToRANT VERY 1,'lRERAL TERMS VACANT VACANT 

SUMMER COTTAGE ~ ® r 12Z «0 ppr Month Plus $1500 

Proapee- lake 3M feel of wa'erfrmitaae ts RENTED < THIS Will ngt LAST Pmir rm m* Onrge dUtrl»‘ («** dem- 
on a point facing we.t wuh about nn* LONO AT THE LOW » , n -vcv/n *<ed nlr* farflen to' Whe paw r»r«<? 

arre of nritpert) Delightful cottage nf SELLING PRICK OP $ I O.-jUU IW* '*f ,, Mr T want leg 

three room* and Wide veranda open fire- wvaxrneGW sew , . .... «»*• B 990) 

Pier* In 30-fo<U llelng room electric EVEN fN OS MR HKPPrtL. B Mil 


REAL ESTATE AND 
INSURANCE 
McCANDLESS REALTY 

«)« PORT STREET I 9111 

OAK BAY DUPLEX 

Up-and-down Otl-O-Matlr heating 
Sul'# up rented »n good tenan’a Four 
room# dtw-t fnr owner Baaement na« 
flour ed rn.im 11 OOP - , C/ -.« 

handle*, Prlre i I I , DUU 

DUPLEX — CITY 

ld*#i |rx * lugufor revenue no corner lal 
Two »eif-con?Yy«t^(i aultet earn . nn- 
atat* of four r-tnmi and Path firep.are 
nil hea ed One «<t «(• fully furm»h-d 

.3 4.19 hendtwa Putt _ J 895 Q 

JUBILEE DISTRICT 
3 -Bedroom Bunqalow 

I? tdfl heodlet Very lie#! end tri f.r.e 
"tiidiiiu" Baaement. furner* and garw^e 
Fill*# to bu* and store* Two ir«-ti 
from h.Mpital Puyaeastuit » y/«/» 

April If Prlre i / OUU 


JAMES BAY 


Real Fatal* — Mnrlgaget — Ina-jranrt 
11* PEMBERTON RUILDINO 
Evening* Mr Cua'anr# f 79)9 
Mr Am stoke* n 3i«d 


OAK BAY 
3 Bedrooms 
Brand New 
"N H A. Built" 
30-Doy Occupation 
$11,300 


ESQUIMALT DUPLEX ! * 

'D id non fun prir* 

•3t Revenue |40 Upa'air* I ran ml, 
furnlahed 

O' Double plumb,/ g 

'« Pour room* dnwr for naner 

Half c**h • offer* rtnalderedi. 
Ha lance at I art month 

FAIRFIELD 

6 ROOM BUNGALOW 

M> Lovely dtitflc' 

>3. Price (7,950 13 IM) raah, 

ill Three bedroom* 

'ti Full baaement gartg* 
ili Sound older lamlfy home 

OAKLANDS 

$1250 DOWN - PRICE $5750 

Subaionllal Until/ lyorne with FULL 
BASEMENT and not-glr fnned n*a*tr>t 
tint Through hofl •pacimia telr.g 
rnunt ' a mil v dining room end 'erg* 
kitchen dnwn thrr# benrnnma uotteirt, 
fevea 474 fart* garden Int near 
•*«re# bu* and irhnn! 

I 1197 Mr Thorneloe lr»i Alhi-n 3 X 

MEHAREY & CO LTD. 

933 Virw ST71EFT 


GEORGE RANDALL Ltd 

1)99 DOUGLAS ST O 4.01 


J. H WHITTOME 


OAK BAY 

NORTH OF THE AVENUE 

Pine family hum* In earellent condltlilii 
Cumprleini living room Hill dining 
fu.-m tlklJ. four-piece Prmbruae bath- 
room. (wo bedroum* down, two up 
Full High remeni baaement with garsge 
New fdrnace, new wiring and plumbing 
throughout Beautiful ground* Suuaied 
nn nne of th# most popular aereeta 
..>d REAL VALUE 9 1 n crir\ 


« CO LTD. 
1311 BROAD STHK1CT 


OAK BAY 

GLEAMING 
WHITE SIDING 

HOT-WATER HEAT 


GOOD VALUE — OIL HEAT 
OAK BAY— 5 BEDROOMS 


OAK BAY 
SEA VIEW 

Ou't'anding *e« view* St»tlle«* randlliun 
inside ini n0< Aftra. llve two nedr-.uin 
tiungair-ar with full navrment furnace 
and drlve-ln garage Lnvelv living ronm 
with fireplace amt i*n«t* big rsbmel 
kltrhen tknge Intliided All nikln ri'/tma 
fkt-e view* A very well kept garden and 
»*rv hkiv.lv in liknaiKirlatlop 1d*al far 

JuaTmT 1 ’ $9250 

A«» fnr Mr Wand B 4144 
Eva Kek'liig SkQ 

LAKE HILL 
h Vvu. NEW THREE BEDROOMS 

l.nyely foraMOn e|o%# tn park bu« arrt 
JjUU Through-hkll Plkn all "*l flnnra. 

Idgman blllllg -ui main floor etc Ful! *ra»e- 
ment wuh hm air. furnace and drlv*-ll» 

$10,500 

ho Aak for Mr Unite It 4J\4 P ** . B #934 

OAK BAY 
CUTE BUNGALOW 

— Two bedroom* living room wi'h Heart- 
a i c« l*i,ii fireplace Ihree jtlere haihronm 
< I / Mill tltl kllfltell an,l nook large Mpllflf 
•J • inaiching garag" Nlr* garden and lot 
• ie-1 bark -lane ron'enler'c# l,uw taar* 
A good i'uv in a nice dlairtct Oil rang# 
daah ,n '* " ,,,p liirnltnrt 


C. N. MONTAGUE 

CO LTD 

I9J« BLANSHARD AT FORT O 9119 


RANCH STYLE 
3 Years — 4 Bedrooms 


Re-e ta a one rwner hnme In*' 14 v»ara AT 
old near WuvJanr Park Fnur aMrarllve 
ronm* mam floor pine twi* lnvelv rnnma 
nne with flreplsre up cnmeeled #twltw#a 
Fiill rerrent baaemenl wl'h enmnut 
rneren and wnrkrciyiv dr|»#-in garag" 

▼err wire landaraped '«• « I 


from ReauIHul *»*»n ro*i*ned ranch ('vie 
l only hungatnw he* Oil-O-Meiie h*at. wired 
. fnr range and eleitric hn' water ne#l»r 
| UU Spsclnu* living room and cabinet kit- 
chen HarJWnr.il ftnora In a nl,e 
f I'll dlarrlei A grand hnena TI » full price 


pier * --ad ,.Mvtt( full baaemen' 

heat and a* clean ** a whla'I* 

PRICE for Immedla'a ( 

lt>* • 5' 

Call R S Faulk* nr D Rt 

Relmam t* Y nr O Pin* 


Abnql Hair C**h 

Call len Wright. « 3101. Day or Nigh' 


HIGH QUADRA 


Rithet Consolidoted Ltd 

‘Member Real Relate Board nf Ylftftri* 
70S FORT STREET RHONE S 9341 


» v* rnnma tturro nunga nw llemt 
rnr.cn dining rnnm Iwn nwdrnemt -ab- 
Inet kuehen. uii||'t ronm Lnt *btl99 
T**e* *96 Hire Inra'.ran ETOAA 

Plica $/OUU 

t.oaeiv atuccn hungainw In -he beauti- 
ful Lake Hill dlairlvi Five large tnom* _ . „ . 

nlu* unlit) Cowl tinker wllh air «e- OAK BAY 

dit.nning Tiled elnk. nak flnor* In 

hell end main room* Drlve-ln garage Wllmnt Pi*c» Run««|ow f •• ran«n*. 
r»ne* lined rloeete wired for rang* I, a •* -n*n* furnare and garage Earlv 

a lichen with Ibneu# Owner liana- 0 «•»••• ion Full Infnrma'iati a* nffic# 

ST- si 0,500 n . K BAV 

Plea*# rail M" Dl'rhburn () fill R 4*94 UAfV. DAT 

Aiv-'-mm bung a Ine r"n». la a'houll 
end eknie* Full btaement OH-O-Mt'le 

i :;.:!;. Ti ?:r $ 11,500 

C'911 Mr Re oil 


"SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX" 
EXTRAORDINARY VALUE 


OAK BAY 

IMMACULATE 
6 ON 1 

BUNGALOW 


$4400 Down — $60 Month 


GORDON HEAD 
SPECIAL 


her flrvt r'aa* butieaiaw Minimum CTI if'C 

urk. maximum of rntnfor* J'i*t fnur J I VJV-V. 

< old aiwcrn 'a OAR FtOORA main PICTURE a 1 

u Full baaement lined |i*inl#il aiueru bungaluw 
hit -air furnai " Ce»iar -lined fin* (nundatlusi Dll 

and euonnatd* thnuighauk. Very 'i**l in •!«* la-’ 

ictlva garden r*rtg" in Ih* la 

neaii.Htiti* with 

$1 1 550 >i*i»|t,..itb ntf rt 


$6850 


A BERNARD 
& CO LTD. 


Tilhcum $2500 Down 


in auburbeit prbn- 
wnet thia Ihree- 

•injina A mod "r n five roomed e'ucro hubgalaw 
r be * then «*r- ,, iri , |ll , wu , llvini "Nix wnh fire 
/ pia, e Puli -ahtnel kitchen Three 

nee and le, m* win bedinoma Pemkrnk* ba'hriMtm 

hanlwniMl flnor • full haeemenl wllh 
King eve*. R <9i4 furnai'* Iknubl* ** ag» Lm la»e* 

ST r $7950 

Pleaae ronlkd Ouv Reemnatr, 

U till I 4199 


RANCH-TYPE 
BUNGALOW 
SUPERB SEA VIEW 


RALPH H WILSON 


This funr-end-a half-roam <tu<rn nurua- 
low wiih breerrwav and s'ta tied gar- 
age I# un high grt'ind from where xn» 
»#•* t magnificent elew rtf »a and 
mo. n'*|n* gel only 14 minute* dr' a * 
from awn Through Itkll living ronm 
with He*t,la*oe fireplace and na* flnnra 
iwn bedramma wl'h ana-mu* rlnaei* t 
l9'g* kltrh"n wl'h nook revolving rprnef 
c* .inai* )c*»orl'e coun'er dn-ibi# a nk. 
ui'll'T riwmr wuh *pe"lal feature far 
1'nen Fvira high -emeu baaemem wi-h 
ho' a • fyrniri H*1f-a»ce Ibl Th'" la 
• *»n nne ennd bur A** fnr apiwun'- 


THREE BEDROOMS 


MT. TOLMIE DISTRICT 
NEW 


EXCHANGE 


ESQUIMALT 
FIVE BEDROOMS 
$6300 FULL PRICE 
$2400 DOWN 


Nn mar# oaerrrowdlne it tbu lie* In 

mi* hr.me with a lata* famllv Three Ptre-'aom bungalow with 'at Ini* o 
• nod ai»ed ned-nrra and bathrdom up Nnrth Quadra diatrirt for rimming n«ua* 
Attrarliv# at'irm bunta'ow rontprl* ni Uv.ng rnr.m dlnlna roan kitchen and CTea# In 

llvirig rowm and dlnlna rnnm combined, den dweri Full baaement hot water Ckll y, King *ve* 8 49*9 

r%bln»' kl-rhen wired for elrrlnv range heating laa-fir aarag" A a<.p*rhl* built 

'wn betlrnama a (d baihroom Hardwood family t»«m» par #»"el>nr# it won down _ 

flnnra ihmughnut Full rement baaement handle tOO^O GORGE 

with garage Liberal man- egQrrt F>UI P"1"* I* iTFjtJ 

me FM". A .k f.r Mr R„rr*u.h tve. O UU .niX^.c* A v,^'.*'^! 

Mr AnderttHi Eve* 0*910 home and eerih avur rime la n#oe- 


MOUNT TOLMIE 
A Little Gem 


FOR THIS YOU'VE 
THUMBED THE 
MAGAZINES 

(HERE IT IS ALIVE) ! 

Outride vpu *## * Inve.v modern lev » le , 
bungalow ON THE SUNNY RIDE nf 
the atreet iwnlr five rear* Hd pic- 
lureaqu* and well proportioned Inald# 
you find a dream in detigfriful PrG. 
PORTIONS You writ proud to »n'er- 
lain In 'he SUNNY living rn*#r. w|ih 
•nnaternidlr fireplace roe# ,-etlinga 
feamlnr floor The 'wn bedraKiena 
with wmpl* cliaael apare are of ftwd 
alee and very irately ihe bathroom i* 
very miaifernlaGr four- sieve The 
kltrhen alone *h*>u1d aell Ihl* hnuae 
KNcvTTY PINE end YELLOW WINCH 
hare been uaed here to make It «,n# 

Of -Ike *m*e-ett . kltrhena with br»Wt- , 
faat apace we have ever teen -kb<net* 
wall*. built-in few’ll** wired fur 
rent* The rlean h!«h baaemem ha* 
an eteelleni apace fnr an eiira room 
There la alao an eennamlcai fumar# ' 
•fuel **9 per rear, and a DRIVE-IN 1 
OARAGE and an tufnmatlr hot water 
heater At Ihe -»ar ot th* Irouee I* a 
PATIO end **rd*ti end th# nark raid 
*!r.pe# tw a RfVER wllh are*. a to the 
open SEA CAN YOU RELIEVE Oil* 
hone* I* Ineb)* tit* iwb-mll# rime 
amnaig new hnme* and la petted below 
f4«o raah iar 94 «0W tkah Ui mart- 
• age I 

Tw prove thl* te real rail W*a- ntrkta. 
evenlnga t !♦*• day* R *311 

■ View by apwolmiwent enlf, 

DICKIE & CO REALTY 

111 PORT STREET «AR> PARRINO 

Dwva R 4)13 Nighta. 9 Man 

■ 1197 Member Rew, Ee'at* Board af Ylrtorta 


The type af hum* wn# ■* liflv flndt 
feaiured nn ne Irani page ill maaaalne* 
Five apanaua ■ worn* rhraugb ha. I r»n- 
eater! «) airway ta unflnltheil ream Full 
baaemem Tunaen all h*a> *a all roam* 
drl*e-in §* rage A eery alrra'tlv* garden 
wl’h all kind* bf ahrub# and fUwer# 

$10,500 

For aapolnonent tw view p|***e ait lur 
M- R#' ’ a n»1l B 7997 An taelUtlV* 
itettng 


•si i7i $12,000 

BEACON HILL 

Threw anan mem B'wpwr'y w wv-e'em 

cun a 1 now •-•rtwnkit pari Tbi* a 

worth tnveetlga'tbf anann 

II 400 h*r>n . lUO 

FAIRFIELD 

WALKING DISTANCE 

Modern dupe* *eif iniwmad »!1h pr|- 
vai# baaemen'* and f9rn*r#« T>i* la 
what ym, have been * * . n/V\ 

lowbRia far %. 1 * it «*» 

Bhelbourae Bir»et aeeen - rwwm h-eme Plea** aak far 
Living rnnm bathroom bedroom kltrhen ilalljt* 
and den down Three more’ a and tun MFH AR P 
perch up full baaemem 9|lfe fomare _ '' _ 

and drlve-tn garage TWIN HOME IN IN E M«7 evea O 

pmrsrr oowthtior tn# r«ti pnr* 

i* wu “ ,,,f ‘ .. $8500 new — 

Four roam hatna 

•la-room eoaiag* wllh large lot Ih good iaeh"d On J 

rnatditton Prte# for qailrk a paaa through V L A 
•ate with |1 **« down > JVA/VJ Term* aeallahle 

Frh* 

prVEHTTf pmpevtv on Pori Straw* near Mr Taylor 

ST * ~ $10,500 Alfred Cormicboel & Co I'd 

Nevenu* abaul 914d per month Pwur 7 BIS BROAD »T O 7MI 

room* for owner Terma on thia an# If -* 

It ta a revamte properly voq want re# u Near Jubilee Hospitol 

Four-rwnmed no-ba*ea**m »'i»(»l** 

« be - I# *#*'* Old U'llltr ,< >m IJ *t 


$9850 


$7950 


A real family hom# nr hnme and ravenue 
nr could be fttipleieil Pnur a«nd ru*<«n» 
iV w n flva room* up Situated "it 
gee.n Int* % 1 «h fruit tree* lawn* fl»h 
p«o • #1 e ft vnu want a larg* home 

ai'uaird in RiquimaH *»1 at * reaaon- 
Bble prlre Ihl* >e 111 97 499 / -1/4/4 

down Full P»»c# iOJUV 

rieaeo rail Herb Hndgann, R 3ldl 
• Day wr Nlaht 


M- Brewis N 47X5 E»** 

MFMBFR VirTORtA NFAL 
BOARD) 


GUEST HOUSE 5 
NURSING HOME? 
APARTMENTS 5 


ARTHUR E HAYNES 
LTD. 


FRUIT FARM 


Iwca-ed in central Baantch. Apoi9*l- 
m**l* M acre* atrawbwrry logaut 
and ' "*# fruit* Seven -room hnnae In 
fib* . ondi'Krn. numeraua ouibu.ldma* 
Abundant water aupplv * i n rnn 

Poaalb.v 'he met iwrai.wn rev raw'd A ^ “ . *IJ-JUU 

chuoae for your permaoenl ham* Near Cat, Mr B »*ot; Evea Coiquiu 99* 
rhe obeervatorv wuh macmfi'en' »)*#* 

A ihree-bedrnom home built along mod- 
em ritmparl line* making for ea*y 
upkeep Ail Ih# ronventencea you could 
* nh for Two-rar carport and la'ge -r», r „ n,* 

rarreamin mow Two many de al* ;w T- ... ~ . 

enumeeat# an phone far appuimmem Lu.-. $500C 

If genoinelv In'ereated ta tht* typo of b 9‘* 1,r * ■* v 1 * h" »9hth .. 
r-ome You oifi not be diaaupu nled Evening* Call Mr MeCwnarhi* B 97dJ 
Pnred BOO ADD 

4 ROOMS 
Suite m Bosement 

Ahaolat#)y *pntt*a* b*nh Inald* a. 

FWu r eery nice rw**y * * “ 

p'ac# ,n ih# living 
aina Full b**e*ni 
end a dandy -wi 
piwper kheheil u nk 
wlih ■ nt»# eivw 
momhlr 


If vou ere Iwwaiog for or,* nf 'he 
* tan re THREE look n« further HERE 
TT IS' Thl* magnificent hum" be* 
beatlUfu' ground*. Ideal Ideation ar.d 
command* nne of Victoria a mot’, pan- 
oramic view* A* a gu#*i houae. nur*i"| 
hume ar apartment block 'hi* hume Will 
ahow too the woti earellent bf return* 
Pnr further deiblla and appointment 
u rice pl»a«e phone la'etman 

Mr Or»»n Evea E 90*0 


$1250 DOWN 
SIX ROOM BUNGALOW 
S5000 


HAWKES FOSTER LTD 

IS1» DODO LAS ■ 


$1250 DOWN 


JUST FINISHED 


An older t*pe bungalow In good *6n- 
44klt*n on larg* lot within Ihe l’y-mne 
rlrrle Through hall et*-y 'out rviua 
an one aide and twn , nor** ** liable foe 
revenue, an the Mflar dn l**i»*i*#«il 

Three-ple,* nathmom rh--nli* ,,t 

garden and veparai* 'garago *rnnn 
PRICK 47#t»-C, 5QUUU 

F Le*l#r evening* > 9)99 


MODERN BUNGALOW 
PLUS SUITE- 


GOOD LOCATION 
S7500— FAIRFIELD- $7500 


$6350 


Lsvwly living room aaa nrighl b*d- 
#00019. cabinet kltrhen wired Pern 
Brnk* haihronm 011.-0 MATH *1H- 
I4AC1 IN FVU. R48EMENT COHTklH- 
1140 DEUOHTPl’l THREE ROOM 

t CITE SEPARATE OARAGE r»n.M*l 
RALLY EXCELLENT tOO^H 

sctino at « StVdvJ 

Mr Romarll > 1197 Rome ■ 4799 


Her# 1* a eery gowd bu* In a eery gamd 
location Good floor plan with large 
tiring loom full-tiaed dlnlna ronm <wq 
full -aieed beat room# and bathroom brlghl 
kitchen Cloeed alal.-way \m iwn -an- 
f Iniahed betlcowtna Full ronrreca baae- 
men; Hm - air heaiina tw ali rwom* 

1 oeelr hardwnetd floor* m all main 
rnnma W# runalder ihl# a*** af nur beet 

.r h ^ $7500 

Mr Spoorer. Sewn, 1 1990 at K 4*79 


OK ra- modern with magniMcent eiew# of 
•ee and mnunralna Plate -giaa* window* 
In all main -naan* Oll-O-Maua air- 
rondl'I-Hted and fully Inewlatbd Fnor 
ar«a I Vld aquar* frvl Fall* andarapei 

$25,000 

Open tw Neaaonable Offer 
Fee** A«» fnr * Janaa. I 1391 V*w* 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 


fu rnaee 


THE CITY BROKERAGE 

REAL ESTATE- LOANS- INSTTR ARCS 


$5750 





26 Batlp Cfuluntal v.ctwro. • C 
March 31. 1»32 


59 PHDPKBTT FOB SALK 


«5 FARM?* TO RL>T 


WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE IN a 


ACRE AND A THIRD PANORAMIC 
vi*». Kn i Georg# Tarratg I t#7i trt- 

nine* after 1 anil Sunday 
TWO ROCKY VIEW LOTS FLAT FLACK 
for hour*. Irfl-tiand aid* or Cook Street, 
tli re* block* atvi «* HlUald* To settle 
»*l*l* Whal offer*’ K 4673 after 7 
and Bunds? 

RANCH-STYLE LOTH AND OTHER* 
Camroae Crescent amt Maplewood On 
the two-mil* Orel* Up to 10 Iota loft. 
•MO to •1.100 each Karlualta 

DICK IB * CO REALTY 
•U Fort Ktraet R till, avta E Jt4# 


DAIRY FARM FOR BENT FOR AF 

paint men l wrtu Boa It* Victoria Pr#*» 


hom* ft»a minute* walk from th* old 
Fo*t Office in a goad dMinrt* Sevan 
ronma <thr** Bedroom* i and bathroom 
Older- ty or haute aultalil* for cdnt*r. 
•ion Low um Pile* mwderate 
Writ* FO Boa *2i City. 

OWNER WILL SELL MIS OLE AMINO 
■ bite-.iding g'.-iiram kun«alnw nn 
Son*# •aterfroot. aet on '.-acre land- 
• t*i»*d lot wiih so feet oc*an peach 
Int.nard Motorboat Included la total 
P?ll» uf IT tOO nl nod term* • Robert 
Mitchell r o llaeke* Foater Ltd R 1101 

HOME OR IhVISTMKNT 
Rpotleaa mi'dlUon thfriughnul Five- 


Racing 

Selections 


57 HO IS KM FOB KALIS 


FARMS WANTED 


Best Buy In Ook Boy 

LA *LOW k '“ 00 *** D «TUCCO BUNOA- 

HARDWOOD FLOORS 

4 PIECE BATHROOM 

LAROE FINISHED BARKMENT ROOM 

DR1VE1N OARAGE 

OIL-O-MATIC HEATING 

REDUCED TO 

5H.950 

A l*i Pag* even* E May 
A M TAYLOR BRUTAL a CO LTD 
1110 Broad at O »ji>« 


B Banovln* III Irian 

Kmgfuh 111 Nn | i 

Bill Rn*. H« A-E 

Ml Scandal 111 B-E 

Omen 100 

Tanforan 


MIXED FARM 100 ACKER OR MORE 

Oiv* (uil particular* Boa Till Victoria 

Frraa 


Platitude ll« 
Private Abbey 111 

Holly * O.r! Ml 
I SEVENTH PACE - 

raitamoupi Ill 
'Sergeant Mat III 
CAiiuta in 
*■> * 1 101 

EIGHTH RACE- 
Av.a'n* ill 
3o»arn*»a (no 
Over Past !U 
Catta Look III 
Carmel R«r t[j 
SUBSTITUTE R 
Roua llii 
lohtiny Paul 111 
Four R’ F'jRt 111 
A-Mr P iaie 111 
A-Prtrnd Bd Ml 


Mil* and aik’eentti 
Sea Gambol 111 
Barf* Rnc* 111 
F1r»i Bpeed 1|| 

Mi!# *hd ttiteenr n 

Olmre FUle ill 
Ladv Pie* fair It) 
Fair Cnnteat ill 
Miatv Monn 111 
Luck! Hr* aid* 111 
ACE Mile A 1 II 
l'rac urtle 104 
Readily 111 V 
Prlt' -ea Rid Ml 
Adaro Ml 
4-En'rv 


NOTICE TO CREDITOR* Plr*t R* 

ESTATE OF THOMAS rati HE KICK 

RoRson. Oereaaed. ° 

Du 1 1 pan • 

AD eredilnra and perwina havinf any Time. 1 
rlalma «r dtmamla aaainei the E*lale Bernnd 
ol th* above-named deceased. who died _ 

nn or a bnut the 10th day of r*nr<iary. 

1*13 at the City of Victoria Province * JJJEf'a r*i 
of British Columbia, are reouired m ' l * 

•end to the undertlgned on or before ‘'van ni 
the JOth dov of April 1013. thair name#. Th ‘ r 'f R 
addre.tr* and occupation* and full Right Bit 
particulars in anting of their rlalma Untried i] 
and demand* verified by Statutory Latitude 
Declaration Time, • 


Pandora Avenue 160- tool corner lot E»- 
cellerit apartment hou** alt# K N 

Bagthawe aventnga. E 1MI 

A M TAYLOR BPITTAL lb OO LTD 

a imi 

POUR CH6lCE LOTS IN THE PARJC~ 
landa BubdlvUton 1100 to (MO Good 
for N H A Phone Mr Chrutenaen, 

EMM evening' B TlTg anytime Tuan * 


'Cosh Almost Shouts 

Ountr will aicrltlcc a neat ten-raar old 
whit# aiding .bungaiuu Living room 
with flrevla r#. oak floor. kitchen 
wired, foar-piere bathroom, tun r>erl- 


APARTMENT BLOCK 
Fnur tulle* Sr If - r, interned. no 

rhorut luat tollert the renta 
building Full prict lit Soo y 


proton! to dial el- pury Var 


real buy at 3>OUL/U 

A'ei Page, Eve* . g Iggj 

A M TAYLOR RP1TTAL Ac CO LTD 
1110 Hr rad Street (1 9301 


Ahe.mrOaby I1A 
Pairs Dog ll« 
Stimulate Me Ml 
Marara M« 

Kqultei tl« 
Appraive Ml 
Four hall luriongi 
Caroln* 110 
Fubllvhrr 111 
tli* Heel 150 
A-8harp Abbey 110 
A-Enlry 
All lurlong. 

At* ton County Ml 
Pigur. Ml 
Put On MS 
Leeben 113 


JAMBS> BAY. HALF BLOCK FROM 
Parliament Building* Older-type fiee- 
room home and garag* Good location. 
•IMI Ckll R*k Cokelton Pembarton. 
Holm** Ltd . a 1111. or after hour*. 
E MM 

ATTRACTIVE STUCCO FIVE - ROOM 
Fairfield buntalow on a corner land- 
raped lot Oak floor* hot -water beal- 
Ing Tour* lor *11,106 call Stan Ken- 
nedy R )I0) daya; O <Mi evemnga C 
F Heath IIS Tatea Btre»t 


Jliaie Lady Ml 

Xardon* 11» 

Ml** Taunt ill 
ILraaea An ||g 
Luvomike 114 
THIRD RACE — 
Light A>r Ml 
lone Anuho 111 
A-Ai ’-home 
Andy Ml 
For Ftample !J0 
FOURTH RATE- 
Gnoav Khal III 
H!ua View 1!) 
Prlnreat E 103 
Fotirt Npt* 111 
Shuffle V It) 
FIPTH RACE - 
Chlnrce Dull 1 14 
Count e*» Spent in# 
A-Tavtatoik 113 
Frtendl* Dug 114 
Smart Conn' M4 
Oaihambra M< 
Sforrh f*urt Ml 
SIXTH RACE — 
Continental MT 


WASHINGTON «AP1— Thr 
Rovernmonl Announced todn> it 
h«s Hpreed to buy at Ipasi 100 • 
000,000 pounds of nickel by 
June 30. 1962. from Falcon- am .j 0 
bridge Nickel Minn Ltd. n.tpcr 

The defense materials pro yj OUM 

curement agency, said the 
Moon in I’nlled Slates may obtain an- 

niher in0.0fl0.000 pounds by June ,*Ti , 
■’ >ime iM 30. 19fi7. under the coniraci. Ml ' ^ 

r.u Kalconhridge will dell\er at ormeV 

least 2 000.000 pounds by the 

ln ** inci Brttiah 

Ham Ml **nd Of 19S3. reanoni 


ATTENTION I ACTION 


DUtlnetlva property lor aale Six bath- 
room*, plus ektta plumbing in baiemrnt 
Ehiliy automatic General Electric oil hoi. 
water h*at!df unit Prlred <0 well Open 
to reaaonable offer* for limited rime 
only Plea** do no! walate your Mm* 
nor our* If not genuinely Interfiled 
For appointment phone O TIM 


ONE ACRE MODERN FIVE-ROOM 
hnu»e Sidney, B C . Box 111, phene 


GORGE- FIVE YEARS OLD WHITE 
tiding; fly* room*. driv«-ln gareg* 
Lovely street Prtce only *g.1M, with 
»om« eatra* Flea*e call R Cax Re* 
E 1*14 dwtnamin Ac Co Ltd E 'III 


FOUR ACRES NICE VIEW CITY 
light and water Oaraga and barn 
13 000 Calqulta 40] 


HEA VIEW WJT&. CLEARED 
Drive. Kioulmalt Lagoon 
moot Uf 


MlI.Ht.’HN 
Emery, B*l- 


LA.NGFORD - HANDYMANS SPECIAL, 
almost firtlihed home !3xM Move In 
now Plumbing, wiring and lloor* com- 
plete Price |i 160 Phone Belmont JOI 
for appointment 


BRAND NEW 

Rearing compleiinn or well-known Vic- 
toria builder thl» eacelleril (Ive-rtRim 
slur id Bungalow will u* ready fur o< < u- 
nation about mid-April Located wilhin 
thr«e-mil* cirrle. Mt Tolmie *rea, 
amongat other new homca. near bus**, 
shun* trhoat* All ioobii are aperlau* 
Oak floor* thmughuut Full b***mrnt, 

f iped lurnkc* drive-in garac* Wonder- 
il **rden »i»il Full nrKe |g,»IO Rail 
r»*h will handle Amaring value Act 
at once Call Mr Huckly E3I06. eve* 
R Mlg.1 

TIIF. YORKSHIRE CORPORATION LTD 
EaUbllkhed !»** 117 Fort Street 


MODERN FIVE-YEAR-OLD BUNOALOW. 
!i‘j room*, fall baaetnem. drtve-tn g*r*ge 
Hrcently decoraied ln*tde and out 
A**umc mortgage at lio a month Total 
MUM B 7114 Half cash will handle 


LOT LISTINGS WANTED 


It V)0 «OR LESS FOR ALL CASHi RUYS 
r.itv three-bedroom, one-floor bungalow. 
Nicely leniueaped grounds with fruit 
tree* Robert Mitchell e/o Hawke* 
Fitter Ltd H 1161. 


JUBILEE DISTRICT 

Ride by -aide duplex <m large nicely tteert 
corner lot 110*110 containing on* tour- 
room suite and hath, one three-room 
•n l* ana oath Fun cement oatmiem. 
hrvi-elr hea' double aarSge 0 506 
handim Full orlr# Ig 1*0 Call Mr 
Murphy re* d*nr» U *d57 

OORDGN HEAD DISTRICT 
A comfortable cottage on \ acre with 
fruit tree* Living room, kl'chen two VACANT FIVE-ROOM HIDiNO BUNOA 
Mdrraotna and bathroom Price, 14 140 low Three bedrooms Duroid roof gvn 
Call Mr Pranri* R 3340 

J W O RE1I.LY 

«• Courtney Street E 0013 

HIOH CEDAR HlLL^Exf- DBIVE 
Thi* hungaluw la Mtaated high with a 
beautiful living room and dining room 
atone fireplace Three nice bedroomt 
and fhree.pirre ha-hrnom me* ••ihitvel 
kitchen Full ba**m*nt with aa»du»t* 
burning furnace rhit i* a nit* family 
home well worth tn* aak'ng price of 
MW handled w|tn *1 SM to OOOD REVENUE HOUSE NEAR THE 

II IM f*|| H*rrv B'4iidin#% iiavtr wrhout ttnanfi No 

•I Riding* Realty Ltd K 0711. etc* aaenr*. nl»«i* For further information 
Alh 341-Y apply to Boa TOOL Victorlal Fra** 


FOUR-ROOM 
CMOS In lew * 
•tore* Agents 
after 3pm 


STUCCO BUNOALOW. 
itep*. close to bu« and 

please note B 20*4 


HAWKES FOSTER LTD 

1*1* Dnogia* 3 31*1 Day tr N|«t 


ORtYHOUMO 


BO PROPKBTT WANTED 


*7*6 FOR OOOD LOT IN OOOD DIB 
trtet Phone n 385* 


61 ACREAGE FOR SALE 


ACREAGE RICH OLD PASTURE 
Panoramic view*. Pat Bay Idyllic aur- 
r oundmg* Near new Pat Bay Klfbway, 
achool*, store*, garage, golf, abundant 
water Suitable VLA, First time nn 
market for 30 year*. Wn |7*o acre 
Idearh in family forces aalei. Accept 
reasonable offer. Seven acre* or sub- 
divide Sodn Ldr Ooode, P O Box Hj. 
8ldn*y Sidney 12 

IMI ACRES NEAR CITY FOR BUtlJftl 
Inf or farming Six-room house nlua 
fnqr basement room*. *32 0*0 Fine view, 
etty water and light. Lake water lor Ir- 
rigation *vaii*hJe or will tell hoiue and 
building* on • 4J acre* fur *J*,1 mi. Oood 
lerm* Herkr*. Albion *0. 

ACREAGE— ON WEST COAST ROAD, 
far tale Light, good water, view*, 
paved wood Hot 73*. Victoria Pro* 


MODERN FIVE-ROOM TWO-BEDROOM 
bungalow dining room, hardwood *l<wui 
throughout High location Price IB 300 
BOOM 


lo line of rtlaiirtg comfort , . . 
of fimo-saving convtnitru# and 
wtlcomo loving*. Be *ur» — 
90 MHO — go C'py hound! Co 
first clou for lot*. 


Victoria Registry nt th# Supreme Court 
of Rntiah Columbia on the nth day 
of Mir-h AD )9U 
HEIBT»HMA.N UANZFR Ac WOOTTON 
Solicitor* for the Exemitrlt. 

Suite No I 701 Yate* Sliest, 

Virion* a c. 


HAULTAIN-4! J5fl DOWN 


SM00 DUPLEX DOUBLE PLUMBING, 
bu* pa **ea, large garden fenced, well 
built. old*r borne Owner. 0 601) 


Sia-room family home all urw.v d ecu' 
ated throughout Ha* good-sixa llv’ng 
room with fireplace, dining roam, cabinet 
kltchan. Mire* -piece bathroom Thr -I 
*->od oevtronmi Full cement basemen', 
hot-air beat piped to all room* u»il 
Int cloi» to ou* and good aliopoinj 
ren-fe Not a new home but In very 
good condition throughout. Pull nrtr* 
• 1 706 Please cal! Ur Riding* tt 

Hidings Realiy Ltd. K 073 L or m* 
R 45S7 


St* furlong* 

Our Crlekei Ml 
Natouaa 113 
Vrxatioua II* 
Verna L»e Ml 
Susan Lee C 1 14 
Rcpulre 114 
Six furlong* 
Changeling II 
YttdU M2 
law as Ml 


•POO DOWN NICE FIVE-ROOM OLDER- 
type bungalow Ivasemant I A 100 lul 
price Phone B #437 


U ACRES IN HIGHLAND DISTRICT, 
logged lid per acre. Term*. A. Q. 
Manser Langford 


MAGNIFICENT W AT’ERFRONT HOME 
Revenue II 106 down Sos I7«4_ Vic- 
toria Preaa 

OAK BAY FIVE ROOMS. FULL RASE- 
ment Hall down payment •• 460 
Plione O A40A. after 3pm No agent* 


« FARMS FOR SALK 


the AUCTIONEERS 


Mile Ar sliternth 
Sunday Bridge 113 
Lead On llg 
Persephone ill 
Ati Agemna log 
A-8hr*mo Roat* 101 
A-Herman L Ml 
A -Entry 

MOe and aitteenth* 

A-Tu» One ||6 
R-Tin*e! IM 
Baker a Rotifer It* 

Operator 111 
Empire Valiev 117 


106 ACRE FARM 


Trips Daily to 

ALL the EAST 


ABOUT 34 MILES 

from Victoria, six-room bouse, light and 
telephone Spring water pumped to 

house About IS acre* cleared Balance 
Umbered River on property, barn and 

other outbuilding* Sacrifice tale. Bo* 

IM4 Victoria Preaa 


Cmvawnla t*>4 


MODERN TWO- BEDROOM BUNGALOW, 
Tnlmle off Quadra Immediately CoIq 
JDK. 


•3 S06 DOWN 

Modern whit* stucco lour room*. ha*e- 
anent. on* err#; tn the m-mlle cirrle 
0!!-0-Matlr heat. Oarage Country 
surrounding*. 

PROPERTY SALES REALTY 
IMI Quadra Street B 7114 - R )f«7 


% TdN^Jbcfaaqak 6Md Scofc/t 


FOUR-ROOM HOUSE AT BRENTWOOD 
Bay Keeling S3 Q 


AUCTION 


Vancouver Island Coach lin«s 
Travtl Bureau 

BrwwehtwN St. 
VIOOEIK 

^IcV^I Impirw 1 I 7 F 


A SACRIFICE 
FOR CASH 

YOUR REASONABLE OFFER 
CONSIDERED 


ANTIQUE CHINA . FIGI RKS 
COPPER - GLASS . BRASS 
PLATE 

SEVERAL PIETKS PERIOD 


M WANTED TO BUY 
HOUSES 


COMPARE TH18 VALUE 
A lovely home for lurt Only five veer* 
old Vice location In the Gorge district 
enmprlaea living room, fwir nice bed- 
room* attractive four-piece bathroom 
and a dream electric kitchen Full-*'** 
ha>ement with tub* and hot-air fur- 
nace drlve-ln garage 'extra Ini may 
b» had> Prir* with gnod term* *7 336 
Pl*a»* call T*d Luoton at Riding* Realty 
Ltd 13)0 Broad Street E »73I or O 3*27. 

FAIR FIELD IN WALKINO DISTANCE 
to th* rllr A good garden lot with a 
ali-ranm semi-bungalow Full basement, 
ho'-alr turner* four large room* and 
haihronm nn the main flteir and twit 
bedroom* upstairs. Inspect ihi* une fur 
gond value In a good district -ind a 
fine avenue, ar a aarrltirr IJ.JS0 Call 
Mr I.a'ng. B 1121 eve* II 7041 

RAVNK^ REALTY- 734 Fort Street 

MUST SELL 

B s-room atucco buogalnw Norfh Quadra 
district Taxes IU7 Conaliitng of me# 
living room, large dinttt* cabinet kit- 
chen tlleif sink, three nice bedrooms; 
lull basement, hot-air lurnare. drlve-ln 
garage 14 060 down Iralantr easy 
terms <A*rnt* don't bother 1 Full price 
•• 600 Box 1»B4 Victoria Press 


Will anyone rnnwtng the whereabout* 
of Lucy Hodgson, otherwise known sa 
l#titta Hodgson, formerly of Nanaimo, 
kindly advise Ha Mans A- Campbell. 
Rarrtatart Ar Bollcltora. Suite 364 The 
Canadian Rank of Cwmmerr* Chamber*. 
16)0 Government Street. Vleinrja, BC 


PLEASE IF YOU ARB TH1NK1NO OF 
selling, t have a rash buyer up to •!• OOQ 
for property with character and rhartn 
mot bungalow rowi. two bedrooms and 
den Also en older couple lor »mall 
place clot* tn Would consider small 
Income properly. Please t«k for Mr. 
Be’ la n»IR H 7f«7 C N Montague Co 


This advertisement is not published or displayed by the 
Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British 
Columbia. 


On th* Keating Crossroad with two 
road frontages Six and one- halt acre* 
four-room house, chicken house*, good 
land, high location, view, low (axes and 
good water supply ffOdriA 

PRICE 58400 

Call Lisa ar Chetman. evenings B S««3 
or E 4433 


FURNITURE 


URGENT PLEAJ1E 

Havo you a three-bedroom home wi'h 
large Uviing nwm oil heat and base- 
ment Any good close in district, for * 
young eserutive with •4.000 to • 1.0041 in 
cash and the balance up to lion per 
month Call Ken LL>». Pemberton, 
H j'mei Lid.. G 1134 or evening* B sg«* 


PERSIAN KIT., Dx 12 

WEDNESDAY 
7.30 o’clock 


NOW- BUY A TIN OF 

HAWES’ FLOOR WAX 


PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 

Day* O (134 imil GOVERNMENT «T 


OROENT 

TYirer-bedrocm bungalow, up to etx mile 
circle' four - fSc-room bungalow up to 
•R 044). 7 wo buyer*, all cash. OsA Bay. 
three bedrp->m» 11.1,000 to 136 64HI Many 
other buyer* Pleas# phnne your llatlngs 
to Mr Hall H A Humber Ltd,. 1330 
Broa-J Btreat. E 13S3. ese* . B 1301 

FAIRFIELD OR OAK BAY ~ 
Beven-room house with basement wanted 
by my client, around U NO Fluor plan 
preferred I* Three nedroom* up, living 
room, dining room kitchen anu prefer- 
ably den on ground floor Please call 
Herb Hndgann B 3101, day or night. 
Ilawke* Fiuier Ltd 


Upward* of 200 very IntefeatlnR 
lots Brass Fenders and Iron*. 
Copper Pans. Kellie*. Brass 
Water Jugs. Pairs and Single 
Lu Birrs. Chinese Srrern, Raro- 
TantaJus, Figures in 


EXCLUSIVE 
FINE DIVERSIFIED 
SMALL FARM 

10 ACRES AND SUBSTANTIAL INCOME 
—Modern hmi*e logon* paitur* and 
rhlckens All In Inp condition, rvady 
for heavy crop thl* year rull line 
mndern tool* traitor and implement* 
workahed*. brooders etr Oollmliod 


The Famous Paste Wax for Beaetiful Hardwood Floors 

-OR- 


HAWES’ FLOOR GLOSS 


meter, 

China and Bisque. Dresden and 
other China and Colored Glass 
Vases. Lustre Jugs. Plated 
Salver. Teapots. Cut Decanters, 
Walnut and 
Brackets. Dm 
and Cloisonne Pieces. 


THE BUY OF THE WEEK 
lovely laadicaped four-room stucco hun- 
gamw. near the park In F*lrfl*lrt Hot- 
w*t*r heating Top condition. Exclusive. 
»•» IM 

Call Bt*n Kennedy B 3101 day* O 4104 
evening* 

E 7 HEATH 
<33 Yale* Street 

nupt rx SIDE BY-HIDE - 13 660 DOWN 
An excellent eonse'slnn Owner* eqlte 
fnur ronm* *nd b*tli plus Iwn rretm* 
and bstn '»n*n'eri Peperate entrannes. 
Full hasemetv Dtirpld rnnf «n<i gang* 
Cloy* in Full price of »7 3MI *l>h II "no 
dn»n C»ll M Warawa B M2I. #v*i . 
B 16kg 

BAYNE REALTY— Fort B- reel 


HH The Self Polishing Wax that shines as it dries- for Linoleum, 

Bobber and Mastk Tile / 1 

...And WIN a if 

4 S GENERAL^ ELECTRIC /i/ii 

FLOOR POLISHER MM 


READ Til IB 

tt you can sail fov a m» down pay- 
ment I can »*ll your nous* or revenue 
property in ehort order llierallv dotrn* 
ar rllent* ar* walling to bur nnw Cal) 
Jnhnnv lame* Western Homes Lid 
R 3117 eve* R 4.111 


Papier - Maehe 
"•n. Worcester 
. Cruets. 
Many Unusual and Rare Pieces. 

Sale !o Be Held In 


NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD 

764 FORT HT ru.. 


have ofniunf cash client ap- 
prox tin •'•on FOR SMALL MODERN 
BUNOALOW OAK BAY OR FAIflFMBLD 
R H DAVIES REALTY 
*73 View O 361 k. Any Tim# 


"AT ROYAL OAK" 

5 Acres Rich Productive Lend 
Modern 5-Room Bunqolow 

I .nr*t»rj 0 ff , h , highway »nh 

e;»ellenl view. „f the naming parade 
c trellenl bungalnw Full high daylight 
basement with flnuned roum hut-air 
Piped lurnar* Small greenhoxiaa *rp- 
*r*<# gar***, poultry house for 2.10 
bird* Young fruit tree* berries, etc 
Ideal hum* and a charming setting 


KILSHAWS 
SALESROOMS 
1115 FORT ST. 


Nrw STUCCO BUNGALOW— TWO HED- 
tnnm* large living loom, central hall. 
lh'**.pi*.-e baihroum, -ablnet kitchen 
• I'h tiled "Ink Copper plumbing 
tnr.'ighou' Ail floor* linlahed Ready 
to move in Large car port which inuld 
be mad* Into extra bed mum and utility 
If deal red »VIS0 Belmont 133 T. 1)6 
Devertau* Road. Langford 

WHY PAT KENT* RFRF IS A FAM- 

lly hum* of il* attractive room* m 
lu»«ly Fairfield, phi* rumpu* room n 
full cement batemenl Modern cabinet 
kitchen lint-air a<rrd furnace (1,600 
DOWN CONSIDERED naltnr# month. » 
naymenta. Full price |7 7»6 Call Len 
Weigh* B 3101 day or night Hawke* 
Fiuter Lid 


I HAVE A CASH CLIE»4T WHO UR- 
cently r*f)ulrg* * four-mam ham* with 
no baaemrnt and orrf*f*nly with few 
»tct»» Mull br talrly cln«e In If vnu 
have anything to oiler pleeae call J M 
Ledger, Bwlnerton A Co Limited phone 
K7|gl 


TOMORROW 

WEDNESDAY. 7.30 O’GJKK 

KIIjSHAWS I he Amllonoers 
G Sill 

Open for InspetMlnn 
TUESDAY to 9 p.M. 


W ANTED PAIRPIELD - II 0041 CASH 
for five-room, ful1-ba«ement bungalow 
Quirk decision Phone Mr Chriaienaao. 
eve* E MB* nr B 737« anytime Town 
* Country Home* Limited. 1033 Quadra 
Street 


Term • 

Call M A Campbell. Home phone E (141 

A M Taylor Spiftal & Co Ltd 

1310 Broad 8t O gjog 




HAVE GENUINE CLIENT UP TO »ll ~)0 
• hi> require* de lute bungalow with 
aer.l tided garden South Oak Bar 
Plen* phone Mr Oould, Pembertnn. 
•OUR - ROOM RUNOALOW TN Lid , O 1131 or O 7i7S 6VeoiR«a 

iVv'^hreT 1 Vnart ald’*wrl h a'l' CAfl VOU n,vr POBSEHfllON TO OAK 

trice evir* lor warm f , ^* ,r 7 •" •» 

•riv DO*«e**kM! and term, ar- L" X ^Ve.lm m'St? 

Alton A riemlng 106a man- f rt Blf** 5 ’* B 4313 

reet Evening*. E 4*113. daya • , * n,n ** * 

URGENTLY WANTED FOR CASH — 4"* 

E- ROOM ED STUCCO BUNOA- *? . ••«'*"'" medern bungalow .nu'h 
lated Mil and celling sir- “•* **»"«•' h «P »• »* 

<1 hro'lng hardanod floar. ''njHr »I2 «6<l ca»h Hr rryrr, E 7174. 
t Oar***. Onlv beet material* 1177 F N Csbeldu Ltd 

ear srhMl end bur Five || \ k ANYONE AN UP-AND-DOWN DU- 
*°*'i “ rl<, » *>* n,M NMA pie* or a h»me that lend* l'*elf tn 

•"•) balance rath or term* duplexing In Central Park or Ptirlleld 
lider O &7W aiunel preferred Bo* 1M1, Victoria 

w nrv C-1WI w a* nn . U P»»»* 


1 Wrtre a Ulxgnn m Hbnel Ubrine 
IWI< more than 'll »<>«'la aheh lo 
wvml heel 'lea. t> liea I he aunerinnlv • rv 

MAWWT KiiMiH WA> 
•C HAWFar rUXIR ni/MK 

3 Hnl.mil ee mart Nngim wr hi,,—, 
•••h «m» iwn. I Hen one pci> 

will He enacted In any nne raalMlail 
6 Mrrnene or (theme. m.Ml He elelnh 
•Ttlleo rae Ivfadl cm one aide .4 I He 
Paper onlv end vane name end artrirna 
.leerlv well len nr print ad el the U.. m 
dew Nrri K He euen lo give I he 
full name end ad, I— a of U>e I M>alv< 
foen ehnm ymi |n«.UM |.njr I m ,« 
HAWKS' in nnler that he I no ma , 
e pnae 

. '.f 2?! —l ir ,nt • P r ”' hoy # M 

HAWKH Kl/MIH WAX nr HA WIN 
Fl/M>H Cli IHN and n»i.i <| w nvmler nl 
' 'moe rhe word HAWKS' acfieare nn ymu 

nn nr hawks fumik wax .k 

HAWKS' KT/JOR (il)IHH Mark the 
numiiM imm.li.lel' following ym»r name 
ead ileelera name), aa f<dlnn* "TW 
am 'I HAWKS' epprare t irraee a* my 
lin he e»fe» *, ,»n.,de-»W /«, t 

price wi cAw«| <A,a in /-.cimii 
1 f mieea '!•— MukIcv Jnm I.Alh 
lO'J All telna. irntet reerh mic f MVir* 
hv that dele Addrawa all mire* lo 
I neiie^ fke r i MeinlHim* I n |.ga# 

0.70 I bind#* At— I Yj*a I oann fn 2. r»w! 
« The Judgew • ill hw — f J i 'ha rale, 


EVERY WOMAN WILL BE THRILLED TO 
OWN AN ELECTRIC FLOOR POLISHER 

Such r necemity in moriern homc-oquipmcnt. So 
enHV to keep your IIhwus' w,ixu<i floors consUmtly 
gleanune and beautiful! Hare's how you mny win 
one of these urnnH F’olishcrs. 

Hawes’ nro swardinK 25 Genersl Electric Floor 
Polishers to the senders of the imst 25 Slogans or 
short Rhymes in this Contest; and another 25 to 
the 25 Dealers from whom the winning contestants 
bought their Hawes' Wax. or Hawes’ Floor Gloss. 

HAWES’ Want a Slogan or a Rhyma 

\ ou can write one — it's easy! Write one on Hawes’ 
W ax I paste) or Floor Gloss (liquid;. Here are a few 
specimens to give you ideas > 

H AWES' 

"HA WES*— goes fari 

hnghter" > /, 

the Vlrtgir Mrmjfldn Invciirr Floor*'” 
"HAWKS' — thcAVriF that won't walk off. 

HAWISi^LOOR GLOSS 

Wipe it on, see it nhuw 
Say! Hawes' Floor (ilnw ip really fine! 

Pour on a little (ilo»-w»it a little while 
.See on floor a sparkle 
On your face a smile! 


HAVE (1 >06 DOWN PAYMENT FOR 

four 16 Mva-MXim hum# Prefer one In 
need of alterarlon* nr lepalra. No agrnl* 
R-k 7 36. VltlOrl* Frea* 

A NUMBER or P"nm ABE7IH WITH 
II .100 Vai (3 004 anginut la i,uv Fnr 
ln«n»r! inn phont Mr King, kl 3||I King 
Realty 




Will It pay you to make a 
gift to the Crown’ ('an you 
'lertiirt a reRFrvF for had or 
doubtful debt*’ Can vou 
deduct «n amount paid nn 
alimony? All theae anNwera 
and many more that ran 
save vou money on IrrmTnr 
lax are found In the "Cana- 
dian Income Tax Rootlet." 
It will help you lake advan- 
tage nf^ all the legitimate 
deduction* and file the 
thrifiie«t lax return ever. 


r AIRFIELD HCMF-S WANTED FOR 
rf'cnnalhle rlleni« three room up ta -i x 
room Near park etc Prompt *ervie« 
Kindly rail Hei*i*rman A Co. X 41*1. 


FROM OWNER A-ROOM HOUSE ALL 
on one floor Raaemenl Good out Mr t 
••60 down payment Any cnadltlon 

R *401 

WANTED -HOUBR TO BUT ON DAI.t.AR 
Buad Ed Jnhnenn. General Delivery. 
Nanaimo B C 


BAANICH -•’. ACHEB ROUE CI.FAR- 
•d. goad Vie* A glfr at 13 7J0 Bnak#. 
9 arren furnUhni bungalow Prire 
•4 *04 Bank* Hurra httme three I riv 
mam* furnace <i arre. tea yirw Price 
(7 MM 

BURDON PIEMINU 4 THOMAS 
AGENriEB LTD 

BRENTWOOD PROPERTIES 
SB AFRO NT HOME FOR RETIREMENT 

Pit ronma. one floor, B*«emeni ill 
he*t, all ronventencra. Lon nf #*!.**« 
harhacue. etc. (33 006 incluilri rerued 
hnuae Harold C (•»»•« triiuui; * 
Be* Drive. Brentwmvi Kealing 1011. 


HAVE 12 100 CASH FOR 

room hom> nal over five 
#g*nt» B 2EM 


LEI ME HANDLE THE SALE OF YOUR 
(lame No ftn* nr bother Alet Fleming 
O Mil resiilenre g «7g| 

* n ’ '* OWNER - SMAIJ. unonx 
b>inr*low. tpprmlmaielr 17 600 caxh 

E 1116 


7 * WAX 

Inata longer — Bhinca 


l A I ‘r*mw JaiMe fengge 

TeLgrem H II M, Km. A 
A • « l» . Advwrlieitig Agent* 
7, AH eainea Iwoane I ha p 
Mwgftf Maw* A (n Ltd, lo u 
•1e~” l h# ( oanpanv »UI red 
anv "e-wimd eooe, iw 
4 * " * aia aBerting Hu* (m 
ea'enn# all l imiMianti agnw 


Imperikl Bank will he pleaged to arrange 
for Traveller! Chcqueg, Lenen of Oedir 
•nd foreign currency. Come 
at you can to avoid iny Iam minute ru»h 
before your trip. 


FOUR-ROOM STUCCO N R a 
P ini r- room vhlta aluren bungaiov t»ija 
large ulllllv room Full price 11 aid 
• 2(30 do» n hglanre N It A morgage 
•36 per month including lum Than# J 
Fear eon B 1121 ar Eve* B )016 
Bayn* Really 73g Fnrt Street 


If * frr# , . . Voura for thr 
asking, Fill out the coupon 
hclow and send for vour 
ropy today. 


in it noon 


A S MILLER 

1(04 BLANBRARD ST PRUNE E OR) 


WELL-BUILT POUR - ROOM WHITE 

Atucco bungtla* OB ana acre •Mhln 
three-mile circle G«#at col tog# green- 
hnue# and vnrkshop Hnt-valey lieal 
In* Oak floor* Cine# to bu» arhnnla 
o»d ator* A goed buv at 10 M0 Term* 
E'ephenaun Realty O Mil gvenlnga. 
O 6119 


NEW YORK LIFE 

INSUMNCI COMPANY 

J20 Soy Sf. Toronto 


HIRI IS AU YOU HAVI TO DO 

i nf HAWKS' FI/PlH WAX 'Pame - a I in «f HAWKS’ KT/JOR C.I/TRR 

Head the dwarlan* carefully 

Then try HAWITTul. V 

ror Nn4a hoe eae,lr il ran 

T-dwh .1 !• a hard dry loot 


il dnw kne reodily 

WT FI/tOH GlJFO* 
bill* 41 dnaa m JO 

j Take a lee mmu’mm I* thing nf e Wn« a n nr Rhym# lhal .ill maeey m JO eorde or 
I of e.H»r nf Hie_ HAW WT Prra4.*ria 

C 0*4 TUT aowi AT MIOMIOHT JUN| II* 

* C of yw. fro o/ HAWES' now. and moil YOU* P4*ry to 

Con^o* Oop4 IOWA tD HAWfS A CO LIMfTID. 433 Dwnxf.t U tm*t. T*r«*i. J 


» PSOPKRTY FOB BALK 


*tia (kulL tkai WUHC6 kuilt * 

IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA 




NEED EXPERT ADVICE ON YOUR LIFE INSURANCE? 

SEE OUR representative . . . That's Hi s liu si ness 


SC PCS 


CLASSIC 


Saiitj (Eoloirifft 


City Frostbite Sailor 


Shrine Honors 
Dead Airmen 


. . ,, , , LONDON (CPI — Nexi-of kln The monument conii#U of the *vrnt. featurin': 

A of nitroglycerin. into the ground. The m#*:t fw ing , j . . . , Royal Virion* Yacht Club rap- moulded plywood 

detonator rap* and fuse*, fuse chant'd still didn't stop 0 more ,han 21 ™ C " m enclosed by curving llir , Hi lh<> }{ A Wallace Trophy divided between 

vnes, a flashlight arid pair of Then the officer “ w i ng ed** ' v, ’ a *'h airmen who died In the cloister-- with the names of the over the week end in the annual port and this city 

couon work gloves were among the accused hitting him on the Second World War without a missing airmen Inscribed on the contest with the Royal Vancou Is helrf over two 

exhibit* In city police court right wrist, and finally appre known grave, will he Invited to 'lone casings of a series of wr Yacht Club The local team one at each city, 

yesterday In comtt'ctlon with a bended him. The other man ran attend the dedication of a shrine narrow windows. wnn on a 702 to 616 point .score, from each club cot 

charge against Robert Douglas toward Douglas Street and being erected to their memory In the centre of the cloister The a nnual small boat sailin g y ear's ra tes. 

■ <*t He had do appeared at famous Runnvmede on t he rest* the Stone of Remembrani'e. 


possession of the niirogt 


a -dune r jgle wit* the RAF ,uu 

motto and the inscription: "In Polk> * lth K , lpi th 
Hu- cloister are recorded the dandruff sod .tchin, 
name of 20.1. *6 airmen who M«n who h*»« aico* 
have no known grave. They died drowned thair hair i 
for freedom In raid and sorties on * h * nd * nd th,ow 
over the British Isles and the 
lands and seas 0 f Non hern and , ure d unol .t io«.k» I 
W esiern Europe. " let LANOLIN from i 

Above the arched opening to ? ry N1L-0-NAL. ti 
•he shrine ire ..Iplered figures TonT^Uj 

representing Justice, victory pUaaam for human 

auiTiaifi ore 

shrines I'll ret i* an air force ■MfftlWb Kti 1 
crown with a star above and Full direction* for 
in the Mamed glass of the great &*“'**«• SPECIAL 

window of the memorial two .T" ® n « Ui, * B ' 

lh« nrit JO dajra tn 
m. ei- are pictured holding a nil O NAL H tbn 


Onjntfmj w Dm Mattfh 


Evidence of the prosecution dian legion. by tJte Queen October 17. 

was pre-nied yestenlay and hid enough." he report Spokesmen for the Imperial 

he accused was committed for edlv M .d to the arreting con Wflr r ^ tl)mrni5 * loll Miti 
ti.il In ■ higher court. Morgan j stable at the time of the ar , nvllations Arr ROlnK ou! , G th e 
through defense counsel Joseph rest Immediate relatives of all those 

McKenna^ reserved his defense The chase had ‘taken i them , ommPmorilllMl a , Runny merle. 

Accu^ was arrested on the over several fence, through irrJu- som , 3i0 0« fanadlahtl. 
nlghl of March 21 after a chase aMevs and sheds T he Invitation, however doe* 

rt which ( unstable Kenneth R POUND IN AREA not p r0v lde for any financial 

NValnwrrlght was forced to use j h(l bottle of nitroglycerin assistance toward traveling 
hi* cun »o apprehend the sua anf! olhPr niilrles, plus a crow- costs although reduced fares w ill 
y r< < * bar. were found In the area he available on British railways. 

d i C (^nstahl^W a'n^righTVa'ld ^ere the rwn men had ftm, Designed by 69.yc.rold Ed- 
.. .. been sighted ward Maufe, one of England . 

P °^. n , on rou n ‘ h* ,,,n Other witnesses yesterday in h-ading architects, the memorial 

« n • »* on c «’..fiing m ques- Detectives Alex Hclggs stands on the edge of a wooded 

icn vv rn ic m.i or t men flnf j Angus Munro Under ques hill overlooking the Thames 

* ** n '* ”>• a tinning by the detectives. ac above the meadow of Runny 

parking lot on Cormorant ( . u , PrJ h ad stated he did not rnedr. where Britain's charter 

' ,n ' 1MI k know the other man who had of rights, the Magna Faria, was 

fcl st’ic loi s hs-en Involved in the chase granted b\ King John In 121a. 

The police officer was «us- He had recently come to this 
piejous of the men's activities, city from Vancouver, he said 
Upon seeing him. the two men Morgan admitted he had been 
started running drinking earlier 

A five minute chase followed William T Davis, chemical 
doling which the officer yelled analyst for the provincial gov 
for the men to stop They hoth'ernment testified that one of 
Ignored the warning Constable the bottle* entered as an ex 
Wainwrtght fired three shot, hihii contained nitroglycerin. 


SUrt cbhkwi m ttw ioM 
t* tealttv tael*, fine. 

Act against destructive mouth 

acids, help retard their form* 
anon, light tooth decay 
effectively. 

ilru.vh teeth right alter eating 
with Colgate Chlorophvil 
toothpaste. This provide* 
real help against had breath 
originating in the mouth 
t . . common gum disorder* 
(..tooth decav. And Colgate 
Chlorophyll has a delioou* 
ntmtv flavor children en»ov 


NIL-0 NAL 

Spells LANOLIN 
backwards! 


CLINICAL TESTS PROVE Gum Troubles Reduced Twice is Fast 


Actual clinical tests (now published in a dental p>urnal) with * > 

children show that Chlorophvil toothpaste can reduce gingivitis 
twice as fast as a while toothpaste — scientific proof that regular 
hrushings with ( olgate Chlorophyll Toothpaste can help mar 
children have a better chance ior sound health? gums! 


COLGATE CHLOROPHYLL GUARANTEES 

CHAN Mf ATM — Ml OH MOUTH 

MOBNINO, MOO* NIOMT J 

tr, «*« Coifj's CM wosW . I* t oa*u 1 

psils Is* •*« 'll »»** it r*m as# I \ 

ill IMS moil *lfscl «• KkssI Msw.irsa 

fanthsttM ffM >s arm «*aS was l*’l 

ffcs lwt>s M Ca*|>K tiKwUa * Oatsna, 

•«« |st doss's «' monmy Ml 1 


MONTREAL 'CPi Alumin- 
um Limited today reported 
net profit* of S22,T.2.2#9 or $2 73 
a <hare in 19fi2, compared with 
$2H.76fl.H76 or $.7.51 the preceding 
year. 

Sale* for the sear wpte n 
record S332.n93.9R5, again*t 
K83 97SJ<79 in 1951 However 
net earning* were dow n sharply 
iwM-avi-e of tnvw*k«ed depr^*da- 
tion charges. 

Sale* of aluminum In all form* 
.inti from all soun-es reached a 
record -IJW.300 metric tort*. The 
mrnpiir.ihle figure in 1951 wa* 
4.3 1.1 RN). 


Youth Pleads Guilty 
On Cheque Charges 


Poringal, home of some of 
the great navigators *nf history 
ha* been an Independent state 
Mm-e the 12th centurv. 


your money 


y *<UUM PACAfO 
V<ti**,„ # , m aiA'i" 
^•POPAT'^ 


• 1 1 MON 
'v ■" HA*T 
RUM 

w\ 


PRICES SLASHED! 


w* sr« urrvrinc v»n «n sxtra iaiss two corrts lapprov !•. r ur d,, „• „ , r 
ti»«i *»•'!» TIM Mil I WOOI * tor ls»» Ihso Ihr pr-r» at (so cord* Hu dlHi't 
salt onlrr i-our ntti aintrrt iop|>lv no* » tills ti.ii •im isi Iasi- 

HlffiK 24 OKU LOADS, O.VU *10.00 

T« Can S*l? an I t far laimsdiA*. Iisprndsliis narsl.s 


This advert isoment Is not 
published or displayed by I he 
Liquor Control Board or by 
the Government of British 
Columbia. 


COLWOOD FUEL 


EXCLUSIVELY ON NORTHWEST 


A OJNMA1 MOTORS VAIUI 


lUurtm W S uprr "M" <-fW Wm 


STRATOCRUISER 


WHY YOULL WIHT TO OWH IH OLDSMOBILE 

POWER to STEER I 


SERVICE TO 


POWER TO GO! Ill# faiumia I t| 4 ain<>l.ilr "llirlifl" 

engmr *r|# evi’n higher |n«Hrr •l.imlanl* in 1951 with a nrw, 
iiighvr Itij-hflnrpnurr ratine. * nr**, highrr H tn I rmn- 
prvaaion ratio, and a n#«. higher -mpantv 12-vnlt ignition 
• iat*m for fa*trr atarlmg and -inrw.th high*mrii|>riwninn 
Operation. LwijiM v*ilh *H*dra Mafir >uprr Dnie.il form* 
in iltlAiirpiwnl 'pnMrr mmhinatmn. ^ 


ttliUmolulf 'I'dHrr Steering 
ftrr rent of the . ff.rrl n ill nl 
• leerin-. ami give# vmj extra aafelv, Inn. 
You ran pari, tale hairpin rvirvea nr 
nuiwe'iur in Iraffir with finger-tip eaae 
— yet •Power ’-leering iravea youth# "feel** 
of the wheel. You alw«ia Iqrm you're iq 
full rnmnund of the ear in fnv etnergrnrv. 


(FROM SfATTLE-TACOMAi 


DIRECT CONNECTIONS TO NEW YORK 
WASHINGTON, d c. • TORONTO 


I OP I I hanls In Oldsmohil ea new 
*l'e«lal- F w Power Hralea. tun ran now 
« hip m iwi go trtlh n lonrh nf thr toe.' 
N iriium jwiwer rut* iiraling rflurl tO 
per rent and v ou no longer need f*/t 
» our tool from ar-releralor In lirale and 
loar iiretiooa aeronda in emergency 
slop*. 


Ar. CHICAGO 7:1 Oar 

Ar. NEW YORK 1 1:50 an 

Ar. WASHINGTON . . . 1 1:30 an 
Ar. TORONTO 3:l9pn 

(vfc) tomstling Ajiimsi from Chkogo to dsi'lnoiian| 


■ING, TOO I I Hd-mohde a leader* 

•hrti in beauty i* more -iriling than ei er 
with brand new Power ->1x1108- Inaide 
and out, the >uper "W" and t.laane 
tH" are di*tmginahed hv an iinaurpaa*. 
ed arrai of hraut v, luvuri . glamor and 
mm fori feat urea. See and drive the 193.3 
Oidamohde for y*>ur*e|f. 


Lv. SEATTLE 
TACOMA 
11:00 pm 
Daily 


0-4 »A 


SEE TOUR TRAVEL AGENT 

or Phon* CHERRY 4500. Saoflla 


Wilson Motors 


a world of experience 




htiy (Eolfltttft Victoria, B C ., Tiw., March 31, !K3 



I 


Bay Is 


Women’s 

Shoes jM 

)V) P' m.,l . 

• * ■ ■ ^ ^Br J 

'*<>■■ l\By 

• • - j | 

f in nt' • n • . ’ ■Mjgtj 

f.finU V*i 

• o# r«m« r»n iB ff 

> 

«*•»«, *i,m, n««r MBB. 


FOR WOMEN 


Scarves— Reg $1. Pure angora 
wool In assorted o 9 4 
pastels. £ for I 

Belts — Reg. 1.98. Sample leather 
belts in many Rtyje*, 9 4 

colors. Each 

T-Shirt* — Cotton interlock, reg. 
3.50. White, Pink. Blue 9 4 

and Yellow. Each I 

Scuffles — Reg. 1.19! Quilted 
satin with elastic back. Wine, 
Green, Rose, Blue. $4 

Pair I 

Skirt Rack — 6 ties, rcg. 1.29. 
Rustproof sturdy clips. $4 

Each I 

Hair Brushes Reg 1.49! Nylon 
bristles with lucite handle. 9 4 

Imported from France. i 

Hair Brushes— Reg. fide. Nylon 
bristles, dear ^ 9 4 

lucite handles. £ for I 

Plastic Bags Korosoal damp- 
ener bag, reg 69c. 9 4 

Special £ for I 

Flowers — Assorted artificial 
flowers, reg. 39c and J 9 4 

49c- Special H for I 

B A \ Nations, Street Flour 
Plastir Aprons Rih style, made 

of sturdy vinyUte 94 

plastic. Each | I 

Dish Cloths— Reg, 20r. l^Oo/cly 
woven mesh cloths. Q 
Special O for I 

BAX' Notions, Street Floor 

Cup*. Saucer* — Them pattern. 
English porcelain. ^ 9 4 

Tall and low shapes w for I 

Candy Boxes — Italian hand- 
made pottery. 6” in $4 

diameter. A lovely gift item. I 

Cups. Saucer* — English bone 
china, floral patterns. 9 4 

Buy for Easter. 

BAX China, street Fl«*or 

Ankle Sock* Reg. 25c cotton 
socks, elastic cuff 8' , to 9 4 
10« 2 . .5 pairs for only I 

Nylon*- First quality, 15-gauge, 
30-denler; 51 -gauge, 15 denier. 
4 shade*. 4 

8 1 3 * 1 1 , I 


BAY H eatery, street Floor 


Rayon Briefs —White and Pink. 
Brief, handed leg styles. S.M L. 
Reg. es 9 4 

49c. O pairs I 

Lingerie Ra\ on gowns and 

slips. Broken sires 9 9 4 

Reg. 91. £ for ■ 

Nykxn Brief* White and Pink. 
Second* of regular 31 75. 9 4 

S.M.L. I 

Tailored Slip* Rayon crcpc ad- 
justable straps. White. 9 4 

Pmk 32-40 Each * I 

*AV linger**. Second Floor 

Fkravderes — Satin and nylon 

bandeau style in white. 32 94 
to 36 Reg 1 50-1.98 Now I 

■AY I aOMt, Floor 


Grocery 
Special 4 

1 1 >n« L> on V»ll«* i 
n»«rh»* 1 itn# 

Aylmer choice s» *K 
» P»»* 1 |>k| JJ 

Newport r.jfr#<i y 

*hesl 3 bottle* * 


tftiU n u n r h, 1 
Pmm Rlsricvetl 
tairhup, I rto* me- 
"um »ir» nrsntra 
In thopnlni »•( 
for 

*»r A.lf-Aer.# 
FmIi. !•» rt Main 




Blouses Pique with Peter Pan 
collars^ahort sleeves. 9 4 

>VhTteT pastels. 14-20. I 

T-Shirt* — Reg. 1.98. Cotton, 
terry-cloth, boucle. 9 4 

Classics, novelties. S.M.L. 1 

RAX Sporlowrar, Second Floor 


Jewelry Summer jewelry in 
pastel shades. Pins, earrings, 
necklets. M |i 

bracelets. "r for I 

Pearls— Simulated pearls! Neck- 
lets, "dog collars,” single 9 4 
strands Reg. 1.50. Special 


Jewelery — Natural mother of 
pearl necklets, earrings, 9 4 

bracelets. Special 

Jewelry — Reg. 1.50! White and 
yellow metals, simulated pearls, 
stones! Pins, brooches, 9 4 

earrings! I 

RAX Jewelry. Slr#f| Moor 


Waist Clincher* — Black, Navy, 
Red. knitted with e* for 9 4 
gold thread. S.M.L, £ only I 

SUk Square* 34"x34"! Reg. 
1.50! Spring designs, colors with 
gold metallic *4 

scroll-work. I 

V eater* — Reg 1.98. Soft crepe 
in various designs. Fussy 9 4 
and plain styles. Each « 

Scarves — Rayon sheers neatly 
hemstitched! 12” x 42". Reg. 

price e* 9 4 

79c. £ for I 


Oblong* — 9”x12" rayon sheer 
wrarves in soft white. A 9 4 

Reg 39c. Special ■! for I 

Blouse* White. Pink. Blue. Yel- 
low! .Soft crepes, short-sleeved 
styles 12-18. 9 4 

Reg. 1 98. I 

Handbag* — Reg 1.49! Red. 

Green. Navy and Black! $4 

Special * 



Y 


Girdle*— Elastic 2-way stretch. 
White. S.M. I.. *4 

Reg. 1.98. Now ? 

Brassiere* Padded-type bras in 
bandeau style. White. 9 4 

Sizes 32 to 36. Each 

Garter Belts — Reg. 1.30. Dainty 
styles, pastel Pink. 24 to 9 4 
28. Rayon satin. 

RAX' Corset*. Second Floor 

Aprons — Glazed chintz and or- 
gandie. Bib and * 2 styles. 9 4 

* 

Aprons — Gav cotton. 1 a and 
bib-style. Easy- to- ^ 9 4 

wash, small size! ™ for * 

RAX' Hnusedreasea, .Second Floor 

Straw Hat* — Reg. 1.98 to 3.98. 
Flower or ribbon trimmed 9 4 
Straw' braids. * 

BAY Millinery, Setond Floor 


Organdie Crinkle crepes and 
prints. Broken ^ 9 4 

range, styles. 36". £ yds. I 

Dre** Good* — Rayon spun, 
sheers, satins, eyelet, 0% $ 4 

jersey. 36"-42". £ yds. I 


Taffetas Bengalines. shan- 
tungs. Broken lines, assorted 
colors. 36", 42". 9 4 

Reg, 1.49 to 2.95. Yard I 

BAX' lire** fiood#, S#r<md Floor 


FOR MEN 


lighter* — Automatic cigarette 

lighter* with polished 9 4 
chrome finish. ' 

BAX' Tobacco*, Street Floor 


Briefs — Knit from fine cotton 
yarns. Elastic waist. ^ 9 4 

White. S.M.L £ for I 


Men’* Hats Fur and wool felts. 
Assorted colors. Small 9 4 
sizes. Each 


*1 

for I 

x)l felts. 

M 


Work Glove* — Split moleskin. 
Hard wearing. Just right 9 4 
for handling wood. ' 

Men'* Tie* Wide assortment of 
colors and patterns. ^ 9 4 

Wool lined. £ for 1 

Ankle Sock* Cushion sole 
socks. Broken color and size 
range. p prs. 9 4 

Special £ for I 

BAX Men'* Furnishing*. 

Street Floor 


Diamond 

Ankle 

Sox 


Far man' loo*, 
nvton Mifkl In 

n«»v r««ti sin# 
Wins' *»lnforred 
■ > heel ■ HB •«*•' 
Wears 'onirr' Rlin 
10 I- II Pan 


MT Mm, far- 

nUhlB(«. IIIMlI 

n*«r 


■AY Acr a aaortea. *lmM Floor Size* 7 to 12. 


Herring I lodger*— Nickel finish. 
No. 1 dodgers. 9 4 

Each I 

I ^ke Troll* — Willow leaf 9 4 

troll*. No. 67. Each I 

Assorted Plug* Yariou* size* 

and colors. Salmon 9 4 

plug*. Each 

RAX Sporllni <;«od«. Third Hoop 


FOR CHILDREN 


Bat and Ball Hardwood 9 4 
bat and hard stuffed hall. 

Cap Gun* Repealing gun has 
plastic handle, Reg. 1.59, 9 4 
Each* * 


Pocket Knive* 2-blade, stain- 
less steel pocket 9 4 

knives. F>ch 

BAX' Toy*, Third Floor 


T-Shirt* - lying sleeve, crew- 
neck. Blue. Green. Wild 9 4 
Duck pattern. 'S.M.L. 

Boy** Sock* — Wool and cotton 
nylon, cotton. Ankle 0% 9 4 

length. 8-10* £ prs. I 

BAX Boy*’ XAear. Street Floor 

Rayon Brief* — White. For 
spring and summer wear, eco- 
nomically pneed' Q 9 4 
Size* 7 to 12. w nr*. I 


Char** Purchases Mad* Tu*sday, March 
list* Will B* Charged to April Accounts, 

Payablt May 10 th, 


Store Hour*: 

♦ a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Wednevlay*: 
t a.m. to 1 p m. 

Phone E 7111 


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Sleeper* Fleece sleepers in 
Pink, Blue or Maize. 94 

Sizes 1 to 4. Each i 


Cotton Cardigans Blue, Green, 
Red. Sizes 2 to 6. 9 4 

Each I 

T-Shirt* Kiddies' cotton T- 
shirtx in assorted o 9 4 

colors, stripes. 2-6. £ for I 

T-Shirt* — Fleece - lined cotton 
shirts. White, Yellow, 9 4 

Blue 2-6 I 

Blouse* — Neat little blouses in 
assorted styles. Subs. 9 4 

7 to 12. Each I 


Baby Dresses 3 style*. Crepe! 
Pink, Blue, Maize. White. 9 4 
6 months, 1,2. Each 


Jersey Romper* — 2 styles 1o 
rhoose from. Assorted 9 4 
colors. Sizes 1 and 2. Each I 

Cotton Socks Ankle length, 
assorted colors. g" 9 4 
Subs. 4 to 8U. O prs. I 

B AX' < hlldr«*n'< \l #ir, Second Moor 


Toy Boxes Sturdy cardboard. 
Imported from U.S. ^ 9 4 

Unassembled. £ for I 

B4Y Notion*. Street Floor 


FOR THE HOME 


English Biscuit*— lOt) lb*, fancy 
imported biscuits, for £ 9 4 

teas or lunrhe*. . £ lb*. I 

BAX' C»ndte«, S|ree| Floor 


Soap — White floating soap, 6 
jumbo bars in box. For bath, 
baby or dishes. 9 4 

Box I 

Moth Crystal* Kills moths, 
larvae end eggs. Store with win- 
ter wool- 9 4 

lens. f3 Ib.A. 1 

BAX' limn* and Snndrle*. 

Si reel FlfMir 


Cover* For your washing ma- 
chine. Made of strong Koroseal 
plastic. Reg. 1.39. 9 4 

Now I 

Shoe Rag* — Koroseal plastic. 
Reg. 1.69. 12-pocket size. 9 4 
Holds 6 prs. shoes 


Bacon 

and 

“Fresh” 

Eggs 

1 nrifl. A ' 

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n«» »*'r* •0#ri,| 

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RAT A 

r«x4«, l*»#r Mala 


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Ironing Pads And rover. Heavy 
felt rot ton cover. Tie-on 9 4 
style. Reg. 1.29. l-iarh I 

Chair Pads- Filled with wool 

composite Covered 

with drapers prints. £ for^ I 


Garment Bagv Reg 1 .69. Holds 
up to 8 garment*. Clear *4 
plastir. Each 

Nall Keg Cover* — Made of 
sturdy vinylite plastic Em- 9 4 
bossed pattern*. Each 

f’rate Cover* — Orange crate 
cover* made of Koroseal plastic. 
Reg. 1.39. 9 4 

Now I 

BAX Nnllnnv Slre*t Floor 


m 00U 2^ A 


oifjBt Dau 


Knitting Wool Double knitting 
wool, lull range of color*. For 
heavy sweaters, 9 4 

two 2-oz. balls I 


3-Ply 1 am "Cavalier". Beige, 
Rust. Blue, Grey, Riviera 9 4 
Tan, Brown. Three 1-oz. halls I 

Angora Wool Reg. 89c. Pastel 
shades. No White. 9 4 

Tw o 1 2 -oz. balls for 

BAX' Art Needlework, Street Floor 


Cotton Sheeting -72" and 81" 
widths in white. 1st quality 9 4 
sheeting. Yard 1 

27" Flannelette — "Kingcof" 
White flannelette. ^ 9 4 

Sub. quality. W yds. 

Terry Towels— 27" striped tow- 
els, 15"x28" wide. Absorbent! 
Handy j S 4 

size. •? for 


Tea Towels— Multi-color stripe 
cotton towels. 14" g" 9 4 
x 26". Handy size. O for I 

BAY Staple*. Street Floor 


F atigue Mat* Soft crinkle rub- 
ber mats. Easy on the. 9 4 
feet. Boxed. Special 

F.namel Kettles — -1-qt. size. Blue- 
stone enamel, bail 9 4 

handle. Each 

Di*hpan* Durable aluminum. 
Won't crack, chip or rust. 9 4 
Each 1 


Hi -Gloss F.namel— Smooth flow- 
ing enamel in White and Ivory 
only. Brush cleaner 9 4 

included. 1 


Mop and Brush -Deck mop. toi- 
let brush. Specially 9 4 

priced, both for only I 


Clear Varnish -Clear, general 
purpose interior varnish. 9 4 
Qt., reg. 1.53. Qt., now 

Asbestos Mai* Stove lop mats. 
Metal top* with floral and plain 
patterns. 9 4 

Each I 

Shelf Covering -10-yd. rolls, 
plastir coated, earilv - cleaned 
covering |4 

Reg. 1.49, 


Cooking Set Assorted knives 
for fruit, vegetable* .Hollow 
ground, rosewood handled, 9 4 
Set of 2 for w I 


Beverage Set* — 32-pce. set*. 
6 large plastic tumblers, 9 4 
matching coasters. Set 


Blindman* Rule 3-ft Ralmne 
boxwood rule. First quality 9 4 
Reg. 1.40. Now I 

BAX Hnti«rAAare«. Third Floor 


18" Cretonne* Gay floral 
print*, some plain*. Short 9 4 
end* Reg 2.45-2.95. Yd. ' 


Orion X nrdagr Sheer, wa.*h- 
able' Require* little iron- 9 4 
ing. Reg. 2.25 yd. Yd., now I 

BAX' llri|i#rlrA, t'mirlh Ftixif 


Plastic 

Linoleum 

Ax • »»*r L 

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r.'*» I"l« #••• Jj 

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Ant*'* ##rA 


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I Umorell a» — — - — I 

I «n*tniriion. Slight im L“' 198 - IS-rih 

I t ion*. , \ . lrT1 P^rfec- — 

I Plains. Each ^ 

I ar, ar 

Na.y, ' r Ta " 1 ' 1 ". n T p„ 

R coken colors and MvU CrPen C 

12 to 2a aSf “-“rt- 

Wools - ^ 

g a. test 

sr— $e 

Print Dresses r ^ 

and acetate*. Green v n >’^ns 

|| $0 

Housecoats' H ^ colul n«o r 

washable colors u : ,! P n rsllfker in k«v 

Each ,,,e lmn 'ng. u _ 44 ' $ 


Shortle Coats^T''*' 

Each ♦ 1 O 

Ung'rll'X: 

« rrPfK> Whl "’ p»/ llp *' 

zsatSSt ' u,,s ' X '- 4Z ft $0 

jy, , MEN"" 

Men's Shoes c 

I Pairs on/v! Leather . Safn P ,e shoe*! 60 
I PWr 

I ^en's Slack**"' Sho "' Sin ^ w«»r 

s.*ar*«jerR *7 

sa-afi 3 

msSi£,f\ 1 7 1 

^n.‘nr Zipper /rent £!? d #fld wal * r - I 
Grev. Tea f n. ° n ^ige, <r I 

SSj e C a *"S3» $Q l 

I H®ir Dryers i ~~~ ’ — ^ 

/ V Permanent* Fff.HnnT^^ ° r 
Garment’ Baga''"'*''’' * ,r ~* "~ 

p-«m, M 5 

£r«rment*. SpiC&I T 

Braided Mats' " oUon * f ^r 

or Black. Oval shape R »ue 

^kitchen 0r hflrh ^« -30 . $ ^ 

» .. Floor I 


Oval shape 

lz h k "" b 

Slipcovers ^ yn " r,h y '~>' 

— Rear 

Priced II ^ Q 

Chesterfield Covers . ^ 

* ' h " « h --» -« r Fad, *2 

Tablecloths 1 ' Vnurih rioor 

Pnn, on Whi, P crTnind 

ZT m "° n m«p rin -,,' $2 

rinor 


V m<*>**o**Ytd t IF WAY IS TO 

" ■ r * h i ... 


LOOK! 2 Lunches for <& M 

8 og*r ( mi Mam m| 

Orange Haare Mn*hed Potatoes flf 

Green Roll and Butler 

Ire ( ream .V Re\eragr extra. 

BAX Otvmpie Room. lamer Main Floof 


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1953 

MAR 





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