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VictorU »nd Vlctnitjr— clMr. l.i(hl wtndi. 
Littl* rhuif« la *«mpenturr. 

Hl<h Tod*y - 
Ht(h 63 

Sufuhlne Ye«t«rtl*> -16 Ivour* 



TMr OUtFST I>AII.Y ON IHF rAl'iriC C'OAM— EMTARI ISIU.U IS&S 



(xnMnonies to Mark Bureau Openiuj: 



Pilot Injured as Fleet (.aniu* 
Hits iMountain on Mainland 



Threaten 
Suit eh 
In Strike 



Deadline for I’avment of Ix'vies 
Extended From July 1 to Aujrust 1 

I 

Esquimau's 1949 mill rate was set by the council last 

>.4 .1 te __ill l — - ..nn.. > 1 



night at 45 mills, a four-mill increase oves last year. * 
The rate is made up of 23 93 mills for general purposes 
and 21 07 for schools, compared to 15 21 mills for school 
costs in 1948. The rate is based on 90 per cent of collections, 
and IS struck on 100 per cent of the assessed value of land 
and 50 per cent of the auessed value of improvements. 

Drftdllne for payment of Uim 
m I ^ w T vu extcnd«d from Jutjr 1 to Aufuit 

I > I becftUM dUDculty hM bcrn fn- 

^'1 O counlerfd In fetUnc Ux nt«ic*» 

prlnUil on Umr. PenalUe* wlU be 

I T m T I unpoeed efter Aufmt 1. 

I % 1^ fill ; EiUnuited receipU and rxpcndl- 

'•I Isf AJIIaI Uurea (or thu year were 63I9.Ct03. 

I compared with |M3.(M6 In exp«n(i^- 

K * I fb ■ (urea laat year, and 1371.160 In re- 

anal nans 

.UCCESS, ^ V, M., . „rr 

Cb. -India today uTied tha United compared with ims« In IMS, 
Natiuna to call on South Africa to police court (tnea ifr 1649 have been 
•top racial dlacrlmlnatlon ' which wumated at fSSOO. compared with 

PraetnrlaJ 



ASBESTuS. Que, May 9 (CF) 
Tlie Federation ot AabeaUia Wgrk- 
era, with &. 0 Q 0 memben on itrtke 
atnee February 13. may corulder 
•witching lu atrilUUon to the Con- 
gre«A of Induamal OrgantxaUotu, 
the federation head aatd today. 

Prealdrnt Rodolphe Hamel aaid If 
the federation should leave the 
Canadian Catholic CocUederaUoo of 
Labor U would be only aa ' a laat 
resort to keep from losing this 
^•Ctlg;tn<thc-flrUah and to gain 
iMengOi " 

r':v* getting roou 

At the same time Harnd aald the 
-^trikere «re getung "enough tu eat 
end artne spending money " but 
I clothes and things ' to make Ufe 
more agreeable are larking ' 

He aald the pculblllty of a twitch 
In affUiaUcm from the CCCXk to 
I the C.I.O, 



• -Caloniat rf— •« 

A dream of the Viclona and Island Publicity Bureau will be raabred at 1 :45 this afternoon when ita new 
building at the north end of the Causeway ia officially opened. Buiit by the Roury Club of Victona. 
today's ceremony will see the building turned over by Louie Michelio. prceident of the Victoria Rotary 
Club, to Mayor Percy E. Gaorge, who in turn wilt hand It over to W. L. Woodhouse, pracidcm of the 
publicity bureau. A prayer of dedication will be made by Ma)or C. J. MUley of the Saivabon Army. 
Delegatee attending the Rotary diatnet conference, which opened yeeterday morning, will attend the 
ceremony. The new publicity bureau, pictured above, hai attracted the interest of all cituena in the 

Greater Victoria araa. 



Georgia Strait^ Vancouver Island 
Loggers ai m* Drsrby Fo^a Bay 
Camp, where Mr Mi-Lean* »aa 
•uperintendenL said by radlo-tele- 
phnne Uie craft smashed Into a 
muuniaiit^ aftr- 'uking ^fT and 
drcli^. It. wiA being used tor 



BULLETINS I Red Offensive 

Surging South 



Sliilv Dcfttlis 

MM.\, Ffru. May 9 t;P). 
*— .4 huge snowslide 
craxhEcl dnwn an Andes 
mountain.sidf into a rain- 
ing camp Wednesday or 
Thursday and killed at 
lea.it 13 minfrs, it uik re- 
ptirtrd todaV. Some othm 
arr'bfiirved still trapprd. 



8HANOHAI 



lie s^ategte value. Th^ U the 
usual buildup for acknowledging a 
loss! so the abandonment report 
might be correct.) 

PK.tfi: TALK? 

On arriving In Canton Sunday 
to resume leadership of tlie Gov- 
ernment. Acting President Ll Tiung* 
Jen Issued a ataienient In concilia- 
tory tcuie that sounded like more 
peace talk He aald, however, that 
If the Reds contnued to push south 
'I must lead the Government In 
•tubboru resistance." 

What he Intended to reaut with 
was a quedUon Ui Shanghai which 
Canton dispatches did not answer. 



May • W*). — The 
CommunUta today pushed a two- 
pronged oflenaive in Bouth China, 
one point trusting southwest to- 
wards Nanchang 



laat year's ^tual 94.495 
Oovenunent grants are eetimated at 
$63860. compared with 136.668 in 
1948. 

On the expenditure aide, school 
coats this year increased from $49 • 
68! to $71,763! muntripal admtnls- 
iraUon up from 113.434 to $13,060. 
fire department up from 910A06 to 
113.119: police department up from 
IIS.OOO to $30,604; public works up 
(rnm $S$.309 to $85,100. 



was something which 
concerned the strlk6rt alone No 
such change has been considered by 
federation offlcUU. 

"Rather than yield to the asbestos 
companies, ' Hamel said, " the work- 



olher 

southeast towards the coastal prov- 
ince <of Fukien. 

Acknowledging this much, the 
ShaJtgitai Nauooalut garrison gave 
no deeajis. 



Vay Trallic 
ir Tliiirsda> 



It reported 
•poradlc fighting, apparently on a 
minor acate. near KlaUng, 11 mile* 
northwest of Shanghai 
The main Red push was a couple 
of hundred miles to tlie south, 
along a 350- mite loop southward 
from Hangchow on the Bast Coast 
to Poyang Lake In the West. 

T\Kr RAIL TOWN 
(The Communist radio aaid Red 
forces had ^ap^lred I'ungaiang, on 
the Hangchuw-Nanking railway 46 
miles northeast of Nanchang. This 
would Indicate an advance of about 
35 miiea fr>m poaltiona reported 
34 hours prcTloualy. The Red radio, 



Fare Increase 

OTTAWA. May 8 <Pi.— Rail- 
wav panengrr r^lee In Tanada 
will hr tn4*rre»ed lonorrow. It waa 
learned tonight. 

No drlslK were avallahle here, 
bot It was. believed the Inrrraae 
resalla from an appllestiwn b.v 
the Canadian Railway .Amoela- 
tinn for a 15 per rent iqrrraae in 
fares. The aeaorlation gllplied to 
the Board of Traneport VommU- 
aloners for the inrrease last Marrh 
after tho Federal Govemaient 
lifted the 16 per cent Us on rail- 
way trnieta. 



BERLIN. May f 'JP5.-Tlie Rua-j 
elans and Weslem powers an- 
nounced Umight that two-way traf- 
fic to Berlin and arroaa the So- 
viet tonal border will aUrt at 13 01 
am Thursday mommg. 

The order to'llft ih* Berlin block- 
ade at that time was broadipbt on 
the Ruaaun radio tonight m Oen. 
V. I Chulkov. Soviet ooir^ander 
in Germany. 

Chulkov ordered reaioradon of 
"transport, trade and conununlca- 
npns servlres" effective at 13 01 am . 
Berlin time. May 13 <8 01 pm 
PD.T. Wedheaday* the date agreed 
upon by the four ocrupallon powvn. 
May 4. In New Yort 

Earlier, the Western powers had 
said they vmtld permit traffic Id'S) 
the RiiMian tone to begin moving 
at that time. 

The Soviet order specifically lifted 
the Russian controls on the Soviet- 
sector line dividing Berlin. 

Chuikov'a order permlU 1$ freight 
tralna a day to move into Berlin. 
rwstorM highway traffic, waives pre- 
vious Soviet clalnu to search Allied 
banrage and demand Soviet travel 
permlU at ceruin check-poinu,. 
and rcatnret mall service to Berlin. 
In abort. It puta tha situation back 
to where It was March I. 1946 

The technical arrangement for 
lifting the blockade Imposed ten 
nvnntha ago waa made aUU without 
roatoraUon <4 direct four-power con- 
tact In Berlin, however. 

The Weatern powers eommunl- 
ealed their plana to Waat-Oerman 
r^way executives who Informad 
their German counterparts In the 
Soviet anne 

The Western powers aedd they 
would allow all traffic to begin mov- 
ing normaJly by rail, highway and 
barge 



The first train into Berlin wUl l>e 
a Brituh military paavenger train. 
BrtUah I'lircea aruiounced U u 
expected to reach tf,;- ts'rrter at 
I 04 a m. Thursday and. alter sm 
hours stopover at Hetnuiedt. rcjic!: 
Berlin at 8 a m ^ 



DETROIT. May 9 Waller 

Reuther ap^jpAV^ directly to Hanry 
Ford U tiiteT tor a rcsuiuUon of 
Ford atrlke peace talk< mmorrow 
and Ford pnmiptly accepted. 

The young company president re- 



jected. however. Reut^^rg Invita- 
tion to attend tha conference par- 
I eonally. He aBo lumad down the 
challenge of the president of the 
United AulomobJIa Workers (C.I.O.i 
to a debate if the peace talks fall. 

KFREn-l'P (4IARGF. 

Ford eald hla company was going 
back Into negnUatlona on the union's 
"<peed-up" charge "on the aaaump- 
,-tinn that they wUl be continued until 
this etrlke can be brought to a eloae." 

Reuther had proposed a debate be- 
tween Ford and hlmaelf In Brlgt;> 
Rtadium Saturday or Sunday night 
if no agreement were reached by 
Friday. 

Of this Fbrd aald nothing "use- 
ful can be accompUahed by a public 
debate on this matter** 

*'Tha inues In thu strike. ** he 
I said, ’"must be resolved on thatr 
. merits and by conaelenUoua' effort 
at the bargaining table by both 
I parties, and not by emotional ap- 
peals ** 

) Ford aald the company win be 
I represented at the peace talks by 
) John S. Bugas, vtce-praatdent in 



OTTAWA. May 9 CVi — J. A 
MacKtrttiim. minister alUiuut pnr'. 
toUo In the Federal Cahmei, laat 
night wsA appointed to the Senate 
The announcement wS-” made bv 
Prime Minuter BL Laurent, who 



deuiU ' LAKE SUCCESS. N Y May 9 «F). 

'An uncoiiRrmed report froml—lkraera bid for membership in 
Canton. NatioriaJlat provisional capi- the United Nations today waa ap- 
Ui. aaid Government forces had 'proved by the General Aaaembiy’a 
abiCndoaed Htnknw and started a eperial polltlral rommiUee 
•eounter-offenslve " on the railway j The vote was 33 to ll wiA II ab- 
at unapeciflad points east of Nan- ^tentiona, virtually assuring final 
Chang. laccepUnce by the main Assembl> 

(Hankow, big Industrial centre •hrre a two-thirda majuFit^ of those 
on the Yangtze River, la 160 miles ' preaem and voting la nereaaary. 
by air but 450 by clrruHotu rallj CANADA IN FAVOR 

routes northwest of Nanchang \ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

■ A N.uoulut miiiurr 
m» m cnt«. .id H.n»ow hu m- 



REGINA. May 9 CE>. — Regina s 
waler dletrlbuUnn eratem vofTered 
an Bneipeeied blnw inday when 
a eerinDS leak developed In the 
cit.v reservoir, dleehargli^ water 
onto Flghlh Avenue at the rate 
•( 4M gallooe a minute. 

l^e leak eame as the supply 
system waa etrainlng to meet an 
unpreeedenit-d demand and string- 
ent sprinkling regoiatlims were 
•ehedaled la ga Into effect to- 
morrow. 



V isil li) Pi)j)c 
Now “Definite 
For IViiieess 



Ians ne-ady 
or Television 



ROME Mav 9 on -Prtneeas Mar- 
garot “Will definitely *ee tho Pope." 
a spokesman for tho BrUlah legation 
to the Vatican said tonight. 

Hs declined to dlaclooe the Um> 
nr the audience, but Enrico 

Puecl a unofficial Vatican newa aerv- 
ice said it will be at 6 M p m to- 
monow 

The proipectlve audience has 
drawn bitter ob)ecUona from Pr-v: 
eAaiit groupo In Biiiain. A last- 
minute telegram lodav to the King 
In London from Uie Protcount 
Truth Sorlefy evpreaaed shock and 
"profound grief" and asked him to 
Intervene. 

NO PHOTOGRAPHS 

But the King, temporal head of 
Ihe Anglican Church, looks on It as 
a strictly personal matter for hla 
daughter and la neither encourag-l 
Ing nor discouraging the meeting. I 
aatd an aulhorltailve Buckingham, 
Palace source . i 

It waa underatood that tha Vatican 
would take unusual steps to ensure 
that Ihe 18-year-old Prlncem U not 
photographed wKh a Vatican back-., 
ground. 

*The many photographs of Mar- 
garet while vlalUng beaches In Italy 
have raised vehement protests in 
tome Quartera In Britain. 



OTTAWA. May 9 <F>. F. R 
Deaklna of Montreal aald tonight 
television la ready for commercial 
application ih Canada 
Mr Ovakiru. president of the 
Radio Manufacturers' Amoclatton 
of Canada, spoke at tha aaaocla* 
tico's annual meeting where he 
was re-elected pmaldcnt. 

Hs aaid televUlon In Canada lyuS 
developed to the point where 
"there can be nn vestige df a 
dnubt" that It la ready for oom- 



WETASKJWIN. Alta . May 9 CFi 
Wrecking crews 



Que. after two westbound p4tf-' The Urge majority supporting 
•enter traina eoUldad larael came as a surprise. Earlier 19 

wmuma- body was found Jammed countrlea voted for a Lebanese pre- 
in the englneera eeat. hanging head to defer action on the bid. Thiv 

down. He waa IdenUfied by a watch defeated, however, when 33 

found in hla pocket and stopped including Canada, voted 

I IP, against deferment ^ 

AREA LITtEILEn LONG. BITTY R DEBATE | 

The srea for hundreds of feet The derision followed days of blt- 
a round the engine was littered with' ter debate In which Arab-Uoc and 
parts of the dsmoUabed refrlgefAt^v other delegates called for postpone- 
and baggage cart. One day dr>ath Iment until the Tel Aviv Oovegnment 
was lifted frotn the tangled mase of clearer lU atttliide on Inter- 

wrerkage. Undamaged coaches and | nationalisation of Jentaalem. Arab 
sleepera were moved out of the wtkj | refugees and Inveatigatlon of ihe 
Tlie train careened armind a^YlAklng of Count Folk* Bemadotte 
■harp curve on a steep down-grade ] United Nations mediator for Pales- 
Tha engine overturned and ploughed |Una. 

Into the embankment, while the rx-| In the final speech of the debate, 
preM and baggage car. trie refrig-|Str Terence Shone of Britain out- 



laie today cut 
ttcir way through a twisted mass 
<if steel to bring out the bodies 
of an engineer and fireman who 
died In one of the worst rail dle- 
asten In Alberta a history. 

After cutting through the tcle- 
•coped engine and tender with 



announced aleo that Dr. Oaapard 
Fauteux. Speaker of the House of 
Comnvons, had been appointed a 
member of the Canadian Privy 
Council. 



Roehurk Quick to Tell LLS. Sena lor 
Canada Doing MoreThan Heat Share 

! WASHINGTON. May 9 C6> "Make no mutake about It." ht] “Make no mUlako about It. wr in 
Senator Arthur Roebuck of Canada tAirf iiM*ror TVim n<infi«n« i Canada atand nn our n«m Vmi •• 



of Trainman W. R Maxwell of 
Wilkie, Saak who died In hospital 
here ten hours after the wreck from ' 
bums. I 

The huge engine overturned and I 
la helf-buiied In a ten-foot embank- 1 
merit Into which It plunged after | 
Jumping the tracks at a sharp curve. I 
It hauled a atcel expresa car. a re-' 
frlgerator and a day coach off the 
iraFks with it, leaving a day coach, 
a diner and two sleeping cara atlll 
on the tracks. 

None of the 40 passengers tn the 
Sergeant OacU Pearce of Saanich ' sleeping cars waa Injured, but two 
poUoe accounted for the accident crewmen and two day-coach 

paseeiuiers are In hospital with In- 
Juries. Bagfageman'Bdwwrd E Dlerw 
HOT PLATE NEAR Edmonton waa badly burned and 

Dalrdra was ta her erlb with a Trainman T. C. Murphy of Saaka- 
vaporlarr on a bot-plate eo the toon suffered shock and head and 
Boor beatda her. I faee laoeratinna Paatenger WUllam 

Mr awd Mrs. Doherty left the Kowal of Xermbert. Saak , was 
room for a couple of minutes bumarf and Joseph Krempa of 

Tha UtUe girl kicked a blanket Ohatoo. Alta., auffervd eheet In- 
nnto the < hoi-plate starting a Jurtea 
•mouiderlng ftre which burnt a rung Maxwull waa 



forward bid for a Pacinc Pan. 

“We tn New Zealand have only 
one eoaetilnr thr PaclAc Coaat." he 
told the United Stetea oongremmen. 
“You have two. * 

“So, while you ere making your 
Atlantic Pact, please don t forget 



Furniture Faelor> Destroyed in Spectacular Blaze 



Tiny Ha by Starts Fire, 
Hereives Serious Haras 



roae to Canada’s defence el' e 
luncheon given by the Senate For- 
eign Relation! Committee, of which 
ConnaUy ia chairman. 

TAKEN RY SI RFRIfiE 
I Rpeaklng on behalf also of dele- 
'gataa from Auetralla, South Afiiea, 
iNew Zealand. Pakistan. Malta and 
I Britain, ^loeburk remarked Jokingly 
*Y(m may be pleased to know 
that we're not here to take away 
anything under the Uarahall Plan. 

Oonnall^ interjected with a amlk: 

’TTou'ru already geUIng moai of !t " 

Thai remark wemad to take Roo- 
'bock by surpdae. Re spoke briefty i artkar 



A tiny, ntne-mqgth-old baby girt 
PifTared third-degree burns on the 
(ace laat night when she iiartad a 
■nouldetlnf fire from her crib at 
4630 Baanlrh Road. 

*n«aUng quietly." according to au- 
thorlUea at SL Joseph's HoaplUl, It 
Oelrdre Dnharty. daughter of Ber- 
nard K. Doherty, foreman at Pa- 



■ l«U*« 



jof Canada ae the United Btaiee' rntTeST 
bart euMim and of th* friendly 
BP*operaU(m of the twp eountrim. s>uen 

-But. Mr Senator.- ha aald, -wtiaue^'iur 
Ca n a di a n s have eioed o« our own 
two feet with regard lo the Marshall g*»«ie»o> 
PtaA—aod aO tha rest of the plam. 
j -MORE THAN SHARr* 

I "We have boras o«r load— mod 
ftOI ere do$ng oo— tm aU the Inter- 
[national organlaatiacML Perhaps k 
littUa more than our share, as a ■mt- .rvuam 
|t«r of fart when you pg$ H on a par 
IrpptU ba^ 



TODAVS FEATimrS 



believed to heve 
been riding in either the hartage 
or expreaa car when the accident 
occ u rred - Re was thrown Into a 
huge pool of araldlng water from 
the engine's burst boiler Blonde 
plasma failed Jo saw him and he 
died ten hnun after the wrvek. | 
It was the worst train wreck In ' 
the Dominion since Januarr 14. 
1948, when ntna died at Wyket, . 



tt Her parents returned, reaaoved 
11 Oetrdre from ihe crib and notified 
11 police Sergeant Pearce took her to 
• hoepltal tn a prowlar ear 
8 Dr. Vincent W Smith, who treated 
11 her. aatd she waa badly burnt on the 
8 forehead with leaser d e g Tee burns to 
1 irm«. im and cheat. 



PUmaa Kt ap the «arly morning eky when e •psrtarahw fire complvtaly deetreyed a largu fu r wi t ii fe 
factory m Montreal recebtly. This photo ehowa the two-alarm blare at n» height wMcb kept flrefaea 

bo tv for aeveral boura. 



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ueFroin Mountain (tusIi 



Ky Toronlo I'olic#' 

T oronto. u»r » cf».— 
Enlorcvtiwnt of Toroolo'* 
AaU'jAjrwftUitni bT'Uw surt* 
rd tc4»7 and TrAftle DtrUlon 
officrrfc inurd Uckeu U) 30 
pmooA. 

PoUee AAkl Ow UclwU wm 
hBnded out by ten poUrr- 
{DATi At doiMitown murtec- 
tloni. All •fre for crotAint 
AfAin»t tsU«fl!k lifbu Per* 
AMU Who received them must 
Appewr to court vo pAf &ne». 
MTt It for the flnt offemy. 



l.K. Piircliases Include 
B.(i. TiiiiiMM' and Saliinm 



the tint r^l food wed had Atncc ^ 
Monday.* Grant taid 
“All that afierr^oon they dropped y 



VANCOUVER, May I 0» BUI 
Grant and Sheila Cure are aafe ai 
home. 

In an RCAP eaarch and reacue 
Lancafter they flew in to flea Uland 
airport here at duak Sunday — 8U 
days overdue. 

Their experience had been ''(run" 
but they both were ‘fine * 

Sunburned and ertmy, and weary 
or chocolate bars and air force 



Orant aaid one wtof hit a ana« 
gaing in and the propeQer snapped 
off. The only Injury suffered was a 
brulAed flnfer to Oram 
The pair spent that nitht — under 
fiaeMnc condltiona' i n the hole that 
the txue of the plane du( when It 
crashed “It was awfully .cold.' aald 
Mii» Cure Bitter ' 

The next momlnc “we gathered 
what atufi we could and aUrted 
down the oountain '* 



GRBSHAM NOW BRINGS YOU 

THE POINTED HEEL 

0UfPorou« a» a drejm' are Ihete Mt»«v 
Sheer 51 Gau ge N ylons with ti e newest 
it\!e lexture IfTT’Aliery ~ ihe poiote.t 
.heel 2 ^hade* Sai'e Pe*^''^ 

and AmbergUmc. Sl|tB to 1 ftc; 



all kinds of stuff but we didn’t have 
th« Attength to go and gel the 
^*celA.’ ^ 

On Saturday - monimg they met 
Were we glad 



OTTAWA. May 9 <n. - Trade 
Mmifter Howe announced today 
that the Ui^tad Kingdom Govern* 
ment plaru Ui buy an additional 
$35iWO,000 worth of g'exls in Canada 
and the United States if agreement 
can be reached on price*. 



Ada and the United flutes “on the 
baaiA of commercial conslderaUonA." 
The Umber bouglit in Canada would 
be BrllUii Columbia stock. 

Of the remaining 115,000.000, |7.- 
OOOiOOO lo M.OOO.OOO would be fur 
|he ijurehaae of canned salmon anil 



the para-res*ue men 
to see Urem! " 

Later, the ground party which 
11 milet J;vm Uie lumber 



surrokT 



came 
camp Joined thei 



I. V rationi the k>* 



j>-:. N, »x ' ' I" <j lor fiODr ap' 



Include can 



howeyer. he was 



thankful It’s been a miracle. I'm 
sure there wa* someone upstairs 
looking after us. " 



h Uiem they carried a cooipais, 
clurU the air- 



Uoni from a doaen newspaper men 
Oreased In the tame light clothing I 
Utey wore when their light Fleet ; 
Canuck aircraft crashed late Mon- 1 
day In a drlring anowilorm atopj 
I.OM-toot Mount Hoaomeen. 136 
mllM East they told thu atory;— 
riNE AT FIRST 
They left Cranbrook, B C.. en route 
to Vancouver at 9 am. Monday 
The weather,’* said Grant, “was 
line.*’ ^ 

Late Monday afternoon they ^ , 
rlveR at Penticton and at that time 
Oram had a 36.000-feoF celling. 

“We hit tha first bad weather 
when we tried to go through the , 
Coquihalla Pass. It was coming down ' 
like curtains ’ 

*They tried to get back to PHuce- 
Ion “but we were blocked in solid." 

“We were at about the border 
when It really ejoaed In.*' Grant said 
“Then she started to lce«up. *The 
wings and itniu were \ced and the 
prop was too “ 

8NOH .AND TRF.es 
' r knew that was it. 1 started to 
esse down slowly andihe next thing 
t MW was snow and trees. 



and fruit pulp, and will be in sddi- 
Uon to current British i.---jmo>ltmenU< 
In UtiA cn<jnir>. Ail of the ioihSa 
will be benight in Canada err«>pt the 
timber, some of which will he pur- 
chased from Uia Uni'ed flutes 
mark«t> 

n.r. TiMitFR 

4 

The timber contracts, which will 
make up IIO.OOO.OOO of the $15,000.- 
000 order, will be swarded in Can- 



"anisred ’ at the way ToronU* 
ciuient responded' to en- 
furceroenk of the new by-law 
"Tbey actually 8»<»p mid 
look at the iratflc llghu.’* he 
Mid 



heavy clothing, 
crafts log all ttie paper they 

could find i^d a pair of drapes 
ehella'i mother had made for the 
girl's room at Vancouver General 
Hospital. , 

Grant was dressed in a tweed 
Jacket, ahirt and tie. light trouaen 
and heavy rubber booU. 

Miss Cure wore a gNealer. her 
hoepiui blaaer. grey slacks, and 
rubber mucklucka 
All the food they had was five 
chocolate bars. iV 
Tha first hasard encountered ap- 
peared to be a glacier. As they be- 
gan to croas it on their trip down 
the mountainside, the glacier moved. 

FELL 5M FEET 

g The pair was carried 500 feel 
"Sheila's head and one foot was 
'sticking out of the top when It 
! stopped.'* grant laughed. Neither 
was hun. 

j U took ihrm six hour* to de- 
Iteend and then began a *rek out of 
I the mountain gorge 
I “We realised we’d im^f to ralinn 
I our food.'* Mis* Cure said ' so we had 
I only one square of chocolate aplMc 
'each day ' 

' Gra/U - 1^10 doe^n 1 »moae— rar- 
' (led one (wok of matches. And 
with an Olid new.ipaper. they Ut 



Howe told a preu conference he 
had assured British ofhriau during 
Kis recent trip to the United King- 
dom that there need be 



no doubt 

of the abllUy of Canadian suppUen 
to meet competition from any part 
of the world ’ 

*rhe purchases would be arranged 
by the Briiuh Ooveriuneni Itself 
arw] private exporters here. *niey 
would not depend upon the succeas 
of any pfw British export trade to 
CaiuMla. 

Mr Howe made publy- these de- 
tails of the purchases. 

BEFORE END OF YEAR 
Catmed Salmon -- Between 300.- 
000 and 400,000 cases of British Oo- , 
lumbta cunned salmon for delivery ^ 
before the end of this year. , 
Timber — Special purchases lo> 
Uling approximately $10,000,000 for 
which speciflcatioru are alivady lit 
Uv hands of the trade *1*110 pur-. 
' cha.Mx will be over and above 



v\ iMiHm.illV-kih'wn ttaichf' 



Irish United 
In Opposition 
To ILK. Hill 



VANCOUV^ May • -City 
Lower Msinfand police tonight 
pressed their sesreh for seven fugi-| 
Uvea from penal Institutions, tn- 
eluding two teen-aged youths who 
broke out of the Bny* Induatrisl 
School St Coquitlam last nighu 
The latest prisoners made their 
geiswt> dreised In institutional gsr- 
menU. *rireu home* are in Van- 
couver ^ 

Olliers still St large are Ronald 
Keith Forsythe. 30. who escaped 
from Oakalla. Agiru 30. l^nard 
6park.\ 33; John flunsnn. 34. and 
Kenneth O’Keefe. 33 who broke 



US^ Ot’R 
CONVESieST 
RtTK.! T I’L.VN 



OUBUN. May 9 frish polltl- ' 
cal rival* shoved aside their differ-' 
enres Innlfht and uni’ed In battle ’ 
egwinet a RrliUh bill which virtually | 
w*njld fuarsnte^ the r»mtlmj#d p*r- 
inlon of -Ireland 

Not since M year* ago. wlten j 
•here was talk of extending the ; 
BritUh Army draft lo U'eland dur-| 
Ing the Great War. have Irish 
temperaturM steamed so high over a I 
[M'litiral Issue. 

The bill before the British Mouse 
of Commons provides that the six 
counties of Northern Ireland will 
stay In the United Kingdom unlsas 
their Parllamem to Join the 

30 Ikdjthern counties Tn the new 
Irish Republic. 

.HAP TAMPAIGN 

Prime Minister John A CnataUo 
and Eamon de Valrra. ^js prede- 
cessoi^ and political opponant. met 
behind closed doors wUh otlier Dub- 
lin polttieiaru and mapped an all- 
cut campaign agatrut the bill. 

A statement said Ihe two leaders 
reached agreement on policy and 
oo Immediate ateiw lo oppose the 
British bill. It was understood they 
talked of arranging protest meetings 
in varlotui pans of the wrn’ld 

Tomorrow the Irish, Parliament 
'Dalit will debate a motion by Coa- 
talio "repudiating the claim of th* 
nrUish Farllament to enact leglala- 
lion affecting Ireland* tsmtonal In- 
tegrity " 

De Valera will second the motion 
and It is ecpec'eti to pasB wlih'jul a 
diasenllng vote. 



I nour — Purchase of 400 000 tons 
' duruig the 1949-50 crop year, at a 
I’priec equivaleht to 13 a bushel for 

wheat. 

TOKEN FlRLllAliEfl 

TTie United Ki%d«)m 



Shan^lmi 

iSationah 



Applet 

Government has agreed to maks 
“token'* purchases of Canady ap- 
ples, 'nie apple* probably vnSvf'^me 
rAm Nova Scntls producer*. 

Fruit Pulp — ’The United King* 
dom Government hoapfTered to buy 
a small quantity of f^lt pulp now 
held by the Canadian Government 



p\ curtalcs 



DIAMOND MERCHANTS 
1210 DOUGLAS STREET 



FELT PRETTY LOW 
By *rhursday they were 
ihg pirUy low *’ 



A^l noon they saw two 
CahM aircraft, 

"*nial waif the first Indication we 
had they were itwklng for us." 
Grant said 



It really bucked us up 
We tried to signal themw*wn» built a 
fire— but they were loo ^ir away." 

Walking on, Friday they saw more 
planes and finally “this little civilian 
plane*' 

"W* knew*he'd seen u* *■ 

That afternoon two R.C.A.F 
Dakotas dropped Ih^ three para- 
rescue men who later guided them 
to safety. “The helicopter dropped 
us a radio and ‘K‘ rations. That was 



/•/ it99r lALlAdDS 

niMfy <*ev"»Mne 4»e •«• laad*'— 

larmelai S«v«l«wsJ, '•••*4. and pravss 

by • V*4a«tser1«n — lk« MUy **<••«« W fk* 

■rwdd wK« wf-d*Mi»Ad« yewf b*H (*i«nd 
ttwM fsw d*. 



S«nd f«» b«« k»a*i d*t (ae (Uameaf 

woK daa'i saw* and addfsii) m ia<-*ie 
B-aw*« la* yaar cat 

MaX ai*r tkr«« IALIM8S labalt. 
MtaSlnf McWvcHkec a*> dw 



OdililU’s 



TINY hHRl'B 

The smallest known flowering 
plant in the world is the watermeal 
meo-suring about 1-33 of an inch 
m diameter. 



BERWICK-ON- TWEJCD. North- 
umberland. Englstid. May 9 iCF) - 
Flremaii Luke Wright woitJd even 
leave his own wedding party to fight 
a fire He proved lU 
l.U(entng to »|Teerhfw following hi* 
marriage lo Margaret Rnbsmi he 
Ivtard the fire siren go. He rushed 
out and breathlessly tefephoned'4ie 
rtre department to ask "Do you 
naed me? " 

They told him the blase in a saw- 
mill was uruler control and Luka 
went back to the reception. 

CLAREMONT. N.H., May 9 OF). 
— RMdlng was m fast and foiiews 
at an aeeilon t« raUe fends far a 
swimming peol here that the a»r- 
tiene«r*t tepceat was aeld by mis- 
take. 

The committee, which raised 
$2J99. today offered to bay tho 
coat back from the purchaser and 
return It to the anrtlonoer. 



Order Next Winter's 
Coal Today 

fOU'LL NOT BE SORRY 

ROSE FUEL CO. ' 

1700 DOUGLAS ST PHONES 1195 



merit with Bnialn over use of 
dollars. 

"I don't know how the United 
Btslee and Canada can get out of 
U)e difficulty of being too rich 
lihleas they continus to give away 
all their surplus. 

"There doesn't seem to be a way 
out because if they take goods back 
as payment J^ey will tend to disin- 
tegrate their own productivity and 
manufacturing rvaourtn ** 



the chocolate cake 

^ • 

that toolc five years 
to perfect 



Opposite Hudson's Bay 



CHESTER. 8.C. May g. OP). ^ 
Farmer R. U. Massey's mule had the 
had habit of leaning against a wire 
fence 

Ma.vev ran a wire from an elec- 
tric pump to the fence to thork Mr 
Mule into mending itis ways. But 
Ihe animal wa« standing In a puddla 
of water whM he touched the fence. 

Now Masse” Is looking for soother 
mule. 



' flI.RO AND »'ORnOTTE.N 
The Insecticide now known a* 
MDT was first compounded In 1947 
but lU prartioal value was not de 
terminad until 19^9. 



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takes you only a 

few minutes to makel 



\Vc arc pleased lo 
announce tlial we will 
shortly have 

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SETS 



And DOW a chocoUte cake mix ihsc'^Jxttcr than any* 
cbiog yoa*TC dreamed of. * * 

It takes only a moment to prepare. Above iM 
it make* t cake *o delicious id its chocolate 
flavour — lo tender tod light you realize that only t 
special proceta and extraordinarily tccurace 
blcodiog and meaauremeou could have 

produced it. ^ 

Ju« add milk or water to Mooarch 

Cake Mix, mix and bake. Tbat'i tll^ How do you liko your 

there i» to it; the simple directions ( . , . . . 

^ - cKocoloH cokol 

are oo the package. / 

K«p , ^ck.gc re.d, for { K 

lutexpected guesu \ 

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Oretnonies to Mark Bureau Openiii" 



Pilot Injured as Fleet ('aniiek 
Hits Mountain on Mainland 

VANCOUVER. May 9 <CP). — One man is dead and a 
second is suffering from a broken leg. broken nose and 
shock following the crash late today of a light Fleet Canuck 
airplane some 160 miles northwest of here. 

U Lome McLean, 34, of 



Threaten 
Snitch 
In Strike 



\ Oad 

ASBESTOS Que. May 9 «P) - Vanruuvfr, a paaaengw atK^fd the, 
^ . . „ . pont»H»n-«juipp«l craft oparated by 

The rrdcrailon of AM)ratoa Work- ,„lal u»l company • 

era. *1U) 5.000 mroitfr* on js-year-old WalUr Luu, 

amc« February 13. may conaider tn)uml I 

awitchlng lu affilUUon U. the Con-' The body ot MrLcan mid the ln-| 

oI lndu.lri^ Or.imu.UoM.iJ'Trt 'IVoh 

^ ^ ^ aboard an K.CAK Canao which 

the federation head aald P;day. Homfrey Chan- 

Prcildent Rodolphe Hamel aaid If ^ Mainland and S3 mllea 
the frderaUoa ahould leave the northeaat of Campbell River acroaa 
Canadian Catholic Confederauou of OeorgJa Strait on Vancouver laiand 

L.dor « .ould b, on., .. ■ . 1«. “4*’'ur «« 

reaort lo keep from loalng thla.Camp. * ruiio tele- 

baitle-to-the-flnlah and to 

phone the craft amaahed into a 
ilrength Imounum after Uking oft and 

CETTLNG »OOI> clrcUng U was being uaed tor 



Sheila Cun. JS-year-old atudeut 
nurae of CaM^ton, AlU , who pn*t 
ably owe their live* lo I C A O.- -The 
Inteniatlonal Civil A'-iallon Oi - 
ganUatlim. 

RiAF Para : ' mn» d»\- l 

Inlo a mimniAln g< :j g •.belr aid. 
and a ground party -aui- U uh’' 
through th’ underbi.i_-S-i <--- 
lordinating »h*' ' -irch <>• '■ rr-* - 
loperaiioiu from Vancouver »i "• 
!RCAF 

\ But III C - _ ■ 'I 

,ICAO. A world-;;:if ’•-t 

*et up lo aid duire '"t flyera 
I The RCAF 13 group bead- 
quartern In Vanc*.-^v-r --n throw 
aa many aa 39 aircraft g-i a March. 

uation warrant* It 



turea laat year, and |373.IiO in re- 
celpta. 

EFClfPTS INCREASED 
RecelpU from |Pneral and achool 
ta^«a<thla year wfll -bring 1137.933. 
Aimpkred with IU7.5W In 1948, 
poUce court ftnea for 1949 have been 
eaiima^ at »3i00. compared with 
Provincial 



And If 1 
they can 
arruM ihe counlr- 
Each COM • I nr parts 

hq. upaeep of 



Firii word- came from Ihe Pro- 

the 



Slide Deaths 

LIMA. Peru, May 9 <fP). 

A h.u g e snuwslide 

cras!)<*d ilnwn an Andes 
mmintainside intn a ruin- 
ing camp Wednesday or 
Thursday and killed at 
least 13 miners, it ttas re- 
ported today. Some others 
are believed still trapped. 



i.akb.;ai;ccess. n.y. May 9 
CFi.^Indla today urged the United 
Natkmi to call on South Africa to 
atop racial dlacrlmlnallon which 
might lead to wldeapread vlnlence 
M C. Setalvad. Indian delegate,, 
told the SS^embar puUUral com- 
fniitee of tlie Oeneral Aiaembly that 
the Untied NaUoni thould conduct 
an InvrsMgatkm Into oonditlona In 
ftouih Africa if It flndi that necea- 
aary. 

The committee opened dUcuMloci 
of tha treatment nf Indiana In 
South Africa — a question first 
raised bv India In 1946. 



vincUl police* -at Powell River 
second report of a crash in a week. 

Two survlvori of a moAintain crash 
reached Vancouver last night. 

They were BtU Grant. 29-year-old 
Vancouver' draughiJiman and Miss 



tributes lo 
anl rescue alrcraf* and eari» •« 
try pays lor i ireh and rr 
operations within Us boui|jyiri<- 



BHANOHAI. May 9 bP). — The lie sUategi. va«i*r mu U »ne 
ComnmntiU today pushed a two- usual buildup b'r acknowitdgUig a 
pronged offensive in South China, loss, so the abandonment report 
one point trusting southwest to- might be correcl ' | 

wards Nanchang and the other' PFAIE TALK? 

s*Kitheast towards the coasul prov- arriving in Canton Sunday 

inre^of Pukien jp resume lesdership of the Oov- 

Acknowledging thU much, the emmeni Acting President Li Tsung- 
SlAaiigasi NsttuiislUt garrison g**c .im iMued a sUKment In conciha- 
no details. Inslead, It reported tory lone that sounded like more 
sporadic flghUni. apparently on R peace UUt. He said, however, that 
minor scale, near Kiatlng. 17 miles n Reds contnued lo push south 

lead the Oovemment in 



last year's actual 44.495 
Oovemment granU arc estimated at 
453 980, compared with 436,688 ^ 
1948. 

On tha expenditure side, achool 
costa this year increased from 449.- 
munklpal admtnls- 



B(‘i liii Two-\\ay Trailic 
Starts Kolliiig Tliiirsday 



681 to 471.761 
tration up from 413.434 to 413.060 
Are department up from 410JW6 to 
4ia»ll9; police department up from 
419.000 to 830.504; public works up 
from 458.300 to 485.105. 



r are increase 

OTTAWA Msv I iCf). — Rail- 
way pavaengef rales in Canada 
win he increased tomorrow. It waa 
learnrd tonight. 

No details were avallahle here, 
but it waa helievrd the inerraae 
resQlla from an application by 
the Canadian Katlway Amoeia- 
lion for a 15 per Anl Inrreaae In 
fares. The aasnciatlAn applied to 
the Board of Transport CommU- 
sloners for the increase laat March 
after the Federal Government 
lifted the 15 per cent Us on raU- 
way tickets. 



northaest nf Shanghai 
The main Red push wsa a couple iiubbom resistance * 
of hundred mile* to the souin.l what he intended to rcsUl with 
slong a 350-mile kvip southward j*-,u a question in Shanghai which 
from Hangchow on the East Coast ranion dUpaU-liet did not answer, 
to Poyang lAke In tlie West. j 
I ^ TARF RAIL TOWN 

(Tlir Cooununlst radio said Red* 

! forces had captured Tungsiang. on 
the Hangchow -Nanking railway 48 
I miles northeast ot Nanchang. This 
woi^d indicate an advance of about 
36 ^mile* from positions reported 
34 hours previously. The Red radio, 
heard by The AssocUted Press is 
San Francisco, was also Kanty on 
.details. 

i 'An unconftrmod repeat from 
Canton, Nationalist provisional capi- 
tal. 'said Government forces had 
I abandoned Hankow and started a 
•■counter-offensive'* on the railway 



BERLIN. May 9 ‘4»). -The Rus-| 
«lan& and Western powers an- 
nounced tonight that two-way traf- 
fic to Berlin and across the So- 
viet xonal border will start at 13 01 
a m. *rhursday morning. 

The order to lift the Berlin block- 
ade at that lime was broadcast on 
th*‘ Russian radio tonight by Oen. 
V. I- Chuikov, Soviet commander 



inviu 



jected. Iiowever, Reut^ier's 
Uon to attend the conference per-' 
sonaliy. He also turned down the 
challenge of the president of the^ 
United Aouim'>blle Workers iC.I.O.» 
lo a debate If the peace talks fall. 

KFrED-lP ( HARGE 
, Ford skid his company waa. going 
bark into negotiations on the union's^ 
'speed-up* charge “on the assump-| 
Uon that they wUl be continued until | 
ihls atrlks can be brought to a close." 

Reuther had proposed s debste be- - 
tween Ford and himself In Brtgg.* 
Bladlum Bsturday or Sunday night | 
if no agreement were reached b> 
Friday. * ' 

or this Ford said nothing “use- 1 
ful can be accomplished by a public . 
debate on this matier.’* 

“The issues In this strike.* he 
said, “must be resolved on their 
1 merits and by coeisciefiUous effort 
* at the bargalnlnf table by both 
I parties, and not by smotlona] ap- 
peals “ 

Ftwd said the company will be 
rwpnwented at tha psact talks by 
I John 8. Bugas, vlcs-prasldeot In 
Proiesunt' charge of industrUl relations 
Truth Sorleiy expressed shock andj HOPES FOR 8FTTU.MF.NT 
••profcnifvd grief* and asked him to The company president sald^he' 
Intervene. hoped for a quick settlement **so 

NO PllOTOtiRAPIIS that the undue hardships being suf-| 

But the Kirui. temporal head of 

the Anglican rhurrh, looks on it as .pred- 

• rtrtcUy personal milter for bit ssldartltraUoB - nid- 

daughter and U neither encoury- 1 J quickest and most sffecUve 
kng nor discouraging the meeting.' 

.n .ulhoniMl., B,lrtln,h.m „.„«Ud Ih.t >n in- 

Palace sourte. Idastrial engineer consultant be 

It was understood that the Vatican , ti, determine whether as- 

would Uke unusual swps lo •"•«"'^rnbiy lines in one bulkUng the 
that tbs 18-vear-old Prinre- u Rouge plant mak* amployees 

photographed -ytth a VaUcan back- 

ground. Reuther's tnvilatkm was tha first 

p Ths many photographs of Mar- move by either aids alnre the 
garet while rlsiiing beachf in Italy 'union atnKk Fords big R«ige and 
hava raised vehement proteata In tinrnln-Mercury plants ^t *Thuis- 
wime Quarters in Drilaln. | day norm. 



OTTAWA. May 9 CFi > A 

MacKinnon, minuter wiihout p,'** 
folio in the Federal Cabinet, le*' 
Dlght was appointed to the Benaie. 

The ananuncement aa-s made l»v 
Prime Minister St Laureni. alio 



Berlin lime# May 13 <3:01 pm.[ 
r.DT. Wedneaday* the date agreed 
upon by the four ooeupatlon power*, 
May 4. In New York I 

Earlier, the Western power* hgd 
said they amuld permit iraffk- into 
the RuAslan aone to begin moving 
at that time 

The Soviet order specifically lifted 
the Husaian enntroU on the Soviet- 
sector line dividing Berlin. 

Chuikov 'a order pennlta 16 freight 
trains a day to move into Berlin, 
rsatorra highway traffic, waives pre- 
vious Soviet claims to search Allied 
baggage and demand Bovtei travel 
permits at certain check-prrlnla. 

' and r«sto>m mall service to Berlin 
In short, U puu tha situation back 
to where It was March I. 1948 
I The lAchnlcal arrangement for 
lifting the blockade Imposed ten 
I months ago was made still without 
I restoration of direct four-power con- 
tact UP Berlin, however, 
i *rhe Western powers eommun!-; 
cated their plana to Wast-Oerman 
railway nteruUves who tofniTned 
their German counterparts in the 
Soviet tone 

1 The Western power* said they 
w»»old allow ali traffic to begin mov- 
ing normally by rail, highway and 
1 barge 



lAKE BUCCE88. NY May 9 CFi 
Tsraera bid for mevnbetahlp Jr 



Visit lo Poj)c I 
Now “Definite'’ 
For Priiieess 

ROME. Mav 9 'Prl|jce.. Mar- 
garet • will definitely ace the Pope.** 
a spokesman for tha British legation 
io the Vat|(:an said tonight 

He declined to dlscloee the time 
but Msgr. Enrico 



It unspecified points east of Nan- |ientlons. virtually assuring final * 
rhang. I*eeep**ri''* hy the main Assembly A 

(Hankow, big industrial centre where a two-lhlrds majortty of those c 

on the Yangtxe River. Is 180 miles pr«Mnt and vcAlng l* necessary, 
by air but 450 by clmiltoti* rail CANADA IN FAVOR 

routflr -northWMt of Nanchang Canada voted In favor of the res- 

<A Jointly proposed by seven. 

ma in Cantpo said Hankow had Ut- Induding the Dominion, 

*" 'which recommends that the A»- 

1 m a I armbly accept the Israel appllca- 

'niir liiiiirofi 

" » B ■ ■ I RS ■ R RS , , fountrjej, again oppose • 

(the bid when the Assembly tneeu,‘ 

{ •I later this week at Flushing Meadow., M 

g| II 1 jl alSIl |t«mel will need only 33 supporters' 

Qu,. .tt,r 1.0 .Mlbound I.U-' Th' I*'*- '"‘'orlt, ■“PWf''"'; ] 

wiuum. bod, ™ too.d oobnlrw lo, . L,Mn« ^ , 

In in, .n,1n«.r. ».(. h»n»ln, h»d I**** , 

down H, -o idn.u,i«i b, . ..ten,— ^oJS, 

roond in hU poc».l .nd .topp«i Inrlud.n. voUd 

j.jp against deferment 

ARF.A I.ITTERF.D I-ONG. BITT»:R DEBATE 

The srea for hundr^U of feet The decision followed days of bit- ; 
around the engtrve was littered with ter debate In which Arab-bloc and 
parts of the demoftshed refrlferator other delegate* called for ^pone- | 
and baggage ear*. On# day coach m»*nt untllth# Tel Aviv Ootrmmenl i 
Yra* lifted from the tangled mass of made clearer Ua attitude on Inter- j 
wreckage. Undamaged coaches and |t*l'''t'aliaallon of Jerusalem. Arab 
sleeper* were moved oul of the way refugee and Investigation of the 
The train careened around , 'slaving of Coimt Folk* Beenadotte 
tfiarp curve on a steep down-grade |Un't«l Natkins mediator for Patos- 
I The engine overturned and ploughed | ■ 

I Inlo the embankment, while the e*-[ In the final speech of tha debate. I 
press and baggage ear, the refrig-,8lr Terence Shone of Britain out- 
eraior ear and a day ‘'coach rolled luned his reasons for abetalning He 
over, some on iheir sides and someivaid Israel had not clarified her 
with wheels sUcklng In the air views on the outstanding problems. 



Ians Deadv 

j 

or Television 



of the audience, 

Pucci * unotricial Vatican news serv- 
ice said ii|ia'iU be at 5.30 pm. to- 
morrow. 

*T7i 6 proapecilv# audience hy 
drawn bu»er objections from P--:- 
esiant groups in Britain. A last- 
minute telegram today to the King 
In London from 



WETASKIWIN. AUa. May 9 <F' t 

Wrecking crews i«te today cut i 
their way Uirough a twisted mass 
of steel to bring out tha bodies { 
of an engineer and flremad who i 
died in one of the worst rail dta- 1 
asters in Alberta's history. 

After eutUng through tha tcle- 
scfjped angln* and tender adih 
acetelyne torrhea. the crews pulled 
out the lifeless forms of Engineer . 
Harry wailams and Fireman E R 
I Upper, both of Edmnfltdo. Thfy t 
^were killed early today when a 
Winnipeg - bound Canadian Partftc 
Railway pasMnger tram }uinf>ed the 
I rails about six mllaa east of here 
and 40 mtlr£ south of Edmonton, j 
j THIRD VICTIM I 

The wreck also claimed the life 
'of Trainman W. R. Maxwell of 
, Wilkie, Bask . who died In boeplui 
here ten hour* after the wreck from 
bums. 

*ni* huge engine overturned and 
Is haU-buried in a ten-foot embank- 
ment into which It plunged after 
Jumping tha trheks at a sharp curve. 
It hauled a steel express car. a re- 
frigerator and a day coach off th* 
traNiA with U. leaving a day coach. I 
a diner and two sleeping ear* still 
on tJM tracks. 

Nona of ihe 40 passengen in th* 
sleeping cars was Injured, but two 

* train crewmen and two day-coach 
passangen are in hospital with In- 
juries Baggageman Edward B Dleno 
of EdmonUip was ^ly burned and 

'j*rralnman T. C, Murphy of Baaka- 
' ' toon suffered ahork and head and 
I faca lacaratlnns. Passenger William 

• Kowal of Kermbert, flask., was 
I burned and Joseph Kremr* of 

suffered chert tn- 



announced also that Or. Gaspard 
Fauleux. Speaker of the House of 
Commons, had been appointed a 
member of the Canadian Privy 
Council. . '• 



liovhurk Quirk to TcU ILS. Senator 
Canada DoiaiiMoreThaa lira t Shore 



Council of the British Common - 1 
wealth Parliamentary AaaorlaUon. I 
mae to Canada's defence at a 
luncheon given by the Senate For- 
eign Reiatlona CommlUee. of which 
Connally te chairman. 

I TAKEN BT MI'RFRIHE 
Speaking on behalf also of dele- 
gate* from Auirtralla. South Africa, . 

New Zeeland. Pakistan. Malta and 
Britain, Roebuck remarked Jokingly 
“Tou may be pleased to know 
that wa r* not here to Uke away 
anything under the Manhall P1an.**| 
ConnalJ^ Interjected with a smile: 

‘'Tou're already getUng most of U ** 

I That remark seemed to Uke Roe- 
buck by surprise Re spoke brUAy 
|of Canada as tha United SUtee' 
beat cuatomer and of the fiiendly 
,ao-oprratloo of the two oounlrlas 
“But. Mr Benstor.** ha said, “we 
Canadians have stood eo oar own 
jtwo feet with regard to th* Marshall 
PUd— and all the rest of the pUna. vmmm* 
I *MORE THAN SHAHS** VWTO 

KbMkM 

"W* havo boma oar load— and 
'ftlD are dotng an— la all th* tntar- 
'naUanaJ iw g a nU atlooS. Perhaps a ^ 
luttle mors than our shars. as a mat- 
iur of fart, when yoa pal tt oa a pcri.1^ 
raptU harts. ( 



Furniture Factory Destroyed in Spectacular Blaze 



one ooaalllnr ihe Psciftc Cosat.*' he 
told the United SUtea congreaarrien. 
"You have two. 

“So. while ftjti are making your 
Atlantic Pact, please d(~'t forgp*. 
about US. We'll meet you more than 
half-way If you make ovenure* to 
'us in that eonnertlon ' 



Tiny liahy Starts Fire^ 
Reeei vef^eriojis Ha rns 

A Uny. nlne-m(^th-old bS^&rllcine Furniture Manufacturing O 
nftered Ihlrd-degree 

face Uat night when sh*- a Sergeant Cecil Pearce of Baanh 

smouldetinf fln* from at police accounted for th* accldei 

4030 Saanich Road. this way : ^ 

*RsaUng quietly," according to au- HOT PI.ATE NEAR 

IhorltUa It St Joseph's Hoapllai. U Ostrdra was In her crib with 
Detrdr* Doherfy, daughter of B#r- vaporlaer on a hoi-pUU eo t 
oard K. Doherty, foreman .ai Pa- bealde her. 



TOnAVS FEATmrS 



OhaUm. Alta., 

Juries. 

Maxwell wea believed to have 

been riding In either the ttaggage 
or expre ss car whan the acetdaot 
oec ui red. He was thrown Into a 
huge pool of sraidlng water fmm 
the englnr*k burst boiler. Blood 
plasma failed to save him and he 
died ten Uiurs after the wreck. 

It was th* worst train wrvrg In 
the Dnvnininn etnee January 14. 
1948, when nine died at Wyket, 



Osmte* 

CalberlMe *• Brldgs 

EdiUrlale 

FiaaiM-e 

Lecaf News 
Marine New* 

Radle FregrasM 

Serial Story .. 

Rectal 



FtemM Ht up th# early mommg sky when * epertocoUr Br# completely destroyed 
fecfory m Montreal recently. ThU photo eh.^ fh* two slerm Mae* *1 tt* height a 

busy for several bonra 









ready 



•W'/lv- 



The ne*i momin# ^we g»therea 
wh»i elulf ne cuuld atul ctaried 
down the mouriUm*' 



SUfPOftT 
THt AID SHIILD 



Simbumed end grimy, and we^n' 
of chocolate bam and air force 
Mnergenry ratlooe the pair apent an 



cam« H mlka from the lumber 
camp joined them 
Said Mia* Cure: “Were very 



Hr fuf lAlLARu 

MMtV AVW'tiKOtf d*e l**dt • 

|«r<Mwlot 

Wy • **»*rtnarion -iH* fh/ »•»»•» m ftw 
* wK« wn4*fti«n4i r*vr b*«> (T»*n4 

a*n»f than yaw **• 



Ur>4 Iw rr«« lalld bran »«g 
wMb 4*e'i »a4 •44r«ii} •• 

mawt* far yaw* <a* 

M«M any «br*«^A lALiiASS lab*l«. 
Mafllae mrtrwcHAMi an »Ka 



F/>rr, ISiirsp Toll Story oj. Ordeal 
Before Rescue From Mountain (jrasli 



VANCOUVER. May • CT'-BlU 
' Grant and Shelia Cure are aale at 
home. 

In an R C.A F. aearch and reecue 
l^ancaater they flew In to Sea laland 
airport here at duak Bunday-SU 
daya oterdue. r, 

Their experience ^ad been 
' but they both were ••fine ' 



; OreJit aaid one wing hit a anac 
gaing tn and the propeller aimpped 
off. The only injury luffered waa a 
'bruUed finger to Grant 

llK pair spent tliat nighi— undfr 
freeUng oonduiona — in p>* hole that 
the txwe of the plane dug when U 
.craahed- “It waa awfully eold.” said 
I Mias Cure ' Bitten'' 



the firal real food wed had amce 
Monday,'* Grant said. 

-All that afternoon they dropped 
all kinds of stuff but w* didn t have 
the strength to ^ and get the 
parcel* ' 

On Saturday mormilg they met 
the para-reKue men ' Were we glad 
to *ee Uieml" 



LXCiriM, 

NYLON NEWS! 

GRESHAM NOW BRINGS YOU 

THE POINTED HEEL 

CiUmorou* a dff*m *re l'’c*e Mutv 
Sheer St-tfaugc .Svion* with i! e newe»t 
.»lvle ICAture in l>-**«rfy — the pomied 
heel J h-.:. *h»de*. S^i'f Beiw** 
and Amberglcme. Sues BS to i QC 
10 . I * 



2 Taaaday. May 10. 1940 (ColOUial I 



By roronlo f'olice 

T oronto. May • cr>.— 
Enforcement of Toronto's 
anU'jaywaiklng by-law atart> 
ed today and Traffic Dlvtalon 
(ifficer# laaued tlclteu to SO 
peraon*. 

PoUoe said the tlcketa were 
handed out by ten .police- 
men at downtown l»ter*ec- 
tlom. All wrre^nr tToaalng 
against traffic lights Per- 
aotu who received them must 
appear m court to pay fines, 
set ag II for the flrat offciu^ 

: . ■.•r. I- .'i- Vernon 



L.K. Purchases Include 
B.(l. Tiiiihcr and Salmon 

OTTAWA. May I «Cf» - Trade aida and the United States -on the 
Mmister Hnsre announced today baais of commercial coiudderattons. 
that the Ui^lUd Klngduni Govern- The Umber bought in caiuda Wrould 
ment plans t/> ^ly an additional be British Columbia stock 
126,000.000 worth uf goods m Canada i qj remalnlug 116 000,000. $7 - 
and tha UblUd Staler- if agreement oocgtioo to $8,000,000 would be fur 
can he reached on prices. * ' purchase of canned salmon anci 

TYie . chaaaa will Include canned 17 000.000 to li.POO.OOO for floor, ap- 



and fruit pulp, and »iM be in addt<^ qi, queaUrjn of pricw. Mr 
tk>i^lo currrii' Hrittah c«>tnmitmenU' a* press conference he .£} 
in tills comtirv AIL of the goods assured British official. duHng to 
»U1 ba biiught in Canada except the. reemt trip to the Uiuted King- 
timber, some of which wUt ba pur- (lora that lhare need be “no diiabt k> 
riuwsd from Uie Utu'ed States gf abUiiy of Canadian suppUers m 

market ' to meet competition from any part 

nr. TI.MBFR 'of the world " I) I* 

The Umber contracu. which will The purrhaaea would be arranged I ||^wt I oll(*tv 
make up $10.000 000 of the $25,000.- |,y the British Oovemmenl Itself ' 

000 order. wUI be awarded in Can- private exporters here. *rhaj ■ a 

would not depend upon the jiueces* I I 1 1 || 1 1 

^ - of any new British export t(«de to ■ ■ ■ Bit lit- 

Irish LIniled nuui. pubur o.«* i.\ 

I- ^ ^ I tails of the purchase*. 1 “ 

I*. 1/aia i BEFORE CNU OF YKAR 



' • e »- 

“ama/ed ' at the way Toronto 
•cuuena^ rc*pt*nded to en- 
forcement of the new by law 
•'They actually stop and 
look at the traffic lighu.“ he 
said 



Irish United 
In (ipposition 
To ILk.liill 



For Fugitives 

VANCOUVER, Ma.v • CF’ ^CltJ' 



lions from a down newspaper meiL With them they cafrted a compass, someone upainlr* . 

Dressed in the same light rJothlng heavy clothing, a chart, the air- • 

they wore when Iheir light Fleet craft s log book, all llie paper they . , , — 

Canu gk aircraft crashed late Mon- could find and a pair of drapes n ■ 

day In a driving anowslorm atop 'Sheila's moUvr had made for -the 
e.OM-foot Moupt Hoaomeen, 135 girl's room ih Vancouver General 
miles East, they told this story:— [ Hospital. 

FIKl AT FIB8T ^ Grant was dressed in a tweed 

■nieyIeftCrabbrook.B.C.entmiU ^ 

to Vancouver at 8 am. Monday 

•The weather." said Grant, "was Mlis Cure wore a sweater, her 
• . hoepltal blaaer, grey slacks, and 

Late Monday afternoon they ar- h*d five 

rived at Pentlctan and at that time ^ 

0^1 had a 36.000-foot celUng. ‘^^^.t^SsJ^Lard encountered ap-' 
i •^c hit the first M weather peered to be a gUeler As they be- , 
when we tried to go ihrnugh the It on thefr trip down 



II (itches 



..ellc‘J “-lection 



i>l nulimull) kiiiiwn MaUl!C>«i 



R.imnn _ >00 - ' _ Cwjumalla Phis. It was comlng dowti m* mounuinslde. the glacier moved 

C# need Salmon - Between W. Mainland police Weight ^ 

lOOO and 400,000 casee of British Co-, . . „vi.n fti»i T FELL 50f FEET 

|lun6>la canned salmon for deUvery ■'^.**5.'* .*?_***'‘^*: ' 'Oie pair was carried 500 feet. 

' before the end of this year. 



^Vi\ Ilk III I I canned salmon for deUvery ' P"**''* They tried to get back to Prhice- , 500 

J U LJ*I\* III 1 1 'before the end of thU year. '«»*» P'"** institutions. In- ton “but we were blocked to soUd." ..gheu^-, head and one foot was 

ntmiTv Vfsv 0 ww iruhoollti-i Timber —■ Special purchases .to-, eluding t*'» lecfi-aged youth* who «.gre at about the border sucking out of the top when U 

id rivels shoved aside their differ- ' approxiroalely llO.tjpu.OOO fbr hreke out of the Boys' IndustrUl when it really closed In." Grant said, stopped," grant laughed Neither 

encM aclujol at Coquitlam last iilghL win^rn^TmiuTwere iped and the *Vt them six hours to 



amrAmta of Weal Coast lumber 4o 



be b^ght V Britain in the last half ' 



gftsws^ d?e^<ed In In^iitutlonal g\f* 
men!.* Tlien homes are In Van- 



prop was too 



Irish Republic. 

MAP CAMPAIGN 



. . u... 1 ttw lianda of the Uade Tlie oui- . _ wings and strut* were Iced and the h took them *i* hour* to 'o 

,Mlo„ M IrrUnrt »' «■»' <»•« “ m.m.. Thn. h™... .r. In V.n- SNOW *NO TRriS ' . 

‘here was lalk nf extending the ^ Others stlM at large are Rmald f**e tkran slowly and the next iWng 

Hrllleh Army draft to Ireland dur- ' '^^7 *^**‘*‘ ^ Ty ^ 

‘’"r‘in.';or,,h,Br,twbHou«: shun^iuu 

= sr 'i.s.T.r= (v, j„r ri.-..ir.s,“ 

*»ay in the United Kingdom unlaas token purrbpsea of Canadian ap- cU^ laJl. cloUie* they had and wrapped 

their FafUament decides to join the P>« The apple* probably will come ^.nir other youths who broke out In Ml« Cure* homespun curuiiw 

a« flouthrth counties In Oie new M the boy*' arhoel and Vha BoroUt / r^/KIrrif FELT PRETTY LOW 

irUh H*Dubilc Pulp — The United King- Scltool '»t New Haven have been I ^ ^ ^ , 

lrl.h RTPOWIC. Oo„mn..nt h,w olT,rrt lo bu, r«.pla..d. 8HANOHAI, M., 10 ,Tu»d»,l, By Thur.d.y ihn, ..r, («1- 

■ . 1 ,* A n-. 11 « ■ quanUty of fruit pulp now poUca are alto aearclung for an >4’ -The Conummist* may come; o caf 

Prime Minuter John A. CnoteUo Canadian Government jg-year-old youth who Mcaped from and Shanghai mat fall — but the About noon, they saw iwo R CAP 

and Eamon de Valera. hU prtde- ^ ^ Vancouver Juvenlla EM- Embankment Building Self-Defence Ca^ alrtraft 

lessor and pollUcal opponant, met 'ionium Heme offlciaU today He Corps U ready. That was Uie first ndlg^ion we 

behind closed doors with other-pub- H.wjKjp I .jpl- | waa awaiting uanaler to Uie Boys' Briton*. Aniericai- and oUier* llv- ?n 

lln politicians ayid mapped an all- 1101 1 4 II LdCK LduxtrUl sJhool at Coquitlam. I mg m the Embankment BuUdtoi.£r*"* 



-VSE OUR 
f|:oy\'ENiEM\ 
B'Lni.i;T TL.NN 



t.KL’KN 

OMlUi.N 

LONOtNI.S 

lYm \- 

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MllHI 

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s 



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DIAMONp' 1 T£RCHANTS 
1210 DOlffLAS^^TREET 



and Eamon d« Valera, hli prtdc- 
leisor and pollUcai opponent, met 
behind closed doors with otlier-pub- 
lln pollticlsiu and mapped an all- 
cut campaign against the bill. 

A stateii^lFaald the two leaders 
reached agreement nn rmllcy and 
on Immedtale step* lo uppoaa the 
BritUh bill. It was understood they 
talked of arranging protest meetingx 
In various parts of the world 

Tomorrow the Irish Psrhament 



Dollar Lack 
Blocks Tratle 
With Uanatia 



About noon, they saw (wo RCAF 



'That was Uie first iodigdtion wei 



* ^ .■■■„■., .,A..^^‘Lried to signal them- we built >' 

one of Shanghai's Urges! downti.^ . . _ •. . ^ 



Flood Threat 
Still Exints . 



one an.n,na., ur,.,.. they 'w,r. too Ur ...y" 

apartment houaee. drolded to P«^ on. Friday Ihey saw more 
para for any evantiiallUea- 
Floor warderu were named, volun- 
teer flre-fighUng crews appointed. -w^ t^ew be d seen tu " 
an emergency hoepltal establUhed aflerooon two RCAF 

Barbed wire went up inside the dropped the three lura- 



^ , ^ g KPi- BOISE May 9 /iT. -ThreaU of Dakota* dropped the three lura- 

Tnmorrow i^he Irish Parliament ^Lh « damaging hi^i water throughout building'* door* All but th* main *ho later guided them 

today that New Zealand would like the ColumbU Riwr basin still ex- entrance* and one for servanU were safety, -The helicopter dropped 
leflo repudiating the claim of the ^ ^ ^ rfivuinn of the closed 'ua a radio and 'K* rations. That was 



leiio "repudlaung th* claim of the ..a/— ^ ---- - rf,..,.ion of ih<» closed 'u 

nnUih ParlUinem in enact legUla- |[o import ftom t''*"*'** but U unable ^ conservation 8er.be said to- Briton* gol out their riding crop* ■ 
tlon.JTectlnilrel.ndsterritori.lln- to^ca^ of a doU^ Conservation 8er.be said American, laid In piece. 

The Finance Minuter in an ad- oey . . ^ . 

T! ,;, .H 'arfu ..Id th.t C.n.rt. iMt yr,r Mol.lur, rAnUnt ol th- .now ol l~d pipy 

De Valera wlU *etr»nd the moUon|^jj 2 p„-l 5 ,, nigh level* Is ftlll between Corps member* say they have no 4 

and It U expected to pas* without a pgpor^, compared with 1®« *"4 M per rent above normal, imrnilon of Interfering in any polU- 

diMenling vote. ' Wavn# Criddle supervisor, declared leal development* which may occur t 

Zealand imported 55 per cent of He added that, ihf April runoff had if Shanghai fall* But they want 

» i her toUl import* from Can*d*. a »^i api^terlably diminished the flood to be ready in evmt of any looilng 

/I # drop from ^per cent to 1147. ^ „ such as In Nanking before the Red* 

t Pf I f 1 1 I I C‘t know Ilf re are cars tn Continued hot weather will mean 

„d protablv <»»m.fl^ nm- . . _ 

but X am sorry you cannot get them Criddle said. He also addrt that kHRUB 

BERW!CK-0N-TWF^D. North- 4 The smaUest known flowering i 

umberland. England, Mav 9 CP).— .h-m- *>fi Banger 

Fireman Luke Wright wool* even ..ai.b,. ..a/ ui. b. v: i- I *** weather oondtilon during b 1 # 

leave hU own wedding party Vflghti 4 GREEML.ni May and June wouldifletgrmlne the 

- MA *e^ ss fn ftiwffnji It iA. nnAftih1«i t<\ hnv ••• « ill QlAinft^r. 



OiMilies 






BERWlCK-ON- TWFJTD. North- dollars to pay r»»« ‘™=" 

umberland. England, Msv 9 CP).— them" Banger 

Fireman Hike Wright wool* even ..a# ua 1 . Mi i - 1 He wild weather com 

leave hU own wedding party Vtflghti HAVfc agklsjvilni May and June wouldift 

a fire He proved II. In Pome cases it t* poa^le tn buy ^trnl nf fl<xid haaaiif^ 

IJsienlng to tueeches following hi* more cheaply to tjje United States 
marriage to Margaret Rrlwnn he wnd Canada than elsewhere, he aald. 
haard the fire alren go. He rushed but New Zealand u not able to do, _ 

out and breathlessly telephoned the tweauae of a gentleman's agree |1 |'C]0|* 

fir* department to ask "Do you Britain over use uf 

need met ' • dollar*. rv O I 1 

They told him the blase In a saw- "I dona know how the United' I 

mill was under control and Luke Btelea and Canada can |^t out of 

went back to the reception. : (be difficulty of being loo rich l 

unless they continue to give away 

( LAkr.MONT. N.I1-, May 9 i4h. their surplus. D rt C 

-fUdilng waa as fast sod fartotts . •'There doasn t seem tn be * way 3 

at aa sactioD M raise fond* fer a because If they take good* back nmmi t 

•vlmMlng po«l here that th* aae- ^ payment they will tend to dUln- w'-'UWL 

lleneer'B (epcaal was told by mts- t#gnte their dwn MoBuctlvtty and 
uke. {> manufacturing reioartes ** 

Tht rommlttee, which raised ? ' ' - — t ■ - 

tIJM. today offered to boy tho 
coal bark from tht purchaser and 

tetoni to tho aorilonoer. ^ 

'CHESTER. 8c 7~ May f (A*i, ^ 

Farmer Massey's 

leaning against a wire 

Mswy ran a wire from an elec- w im / 

trie pump lo the fence to ahock Mr , _^\\ ^ ^ wi A 

Mule into mending hla way*. But jC 

the animal was standing to a puddla \/Hl j fa 

of water whan he touched thg fene*. ^ \ 

Now Massey is looking tor another \ j 






"57) 



Order Next Winter’s 
Coal Today 



YOU'LL NOT I 9 E SORRY ^ 

ROSE FUEL CO. 

1700 DOUGLAS ST PHONE K 1115 

* Oppoett* Hudson's Bay 



>1 

1946 






the chocolate cake 
that took five years 
to perfect 



fll.en AND FOBHOTTEN 
The toioctlcide now known at 
DDT was first compounded In 1947, 
but Ha practical value was not de- 
termined until 1939. 



TELEVISION 



, . takes -ism only a 



SATIN 



tINiSH 



\Vc arc pleased to 
.Tnnoimcc that we will 
shortly have 

TELEVISION 

SETS 

FOR 



SALE 



few minutes to makel 



For Further Information 
Phone or Call 

VICTORIA'S LEIDIN 6 ELECTRICAL DEALERS 



Buy VfmG/mri Today 



A marvol of toxturo and flovowr 

And now a chocoUte cake mix that's better than any- 
th^ you’re dretroed of. 

fTt*ke$ only t moment to prepare Above all 
ic makes a ukc $0 delicious in its chocolate 
flavour— 90 tender tod light you realiie that only a 
special process and extrsordinarily accurate 
blending and meaittrcmcnts could have ^ 

produced it.- -J 

Just add milk Of water to Monarch ^ 

Cake Mix, mix and bake. Tbat'i all^ Haw do yav lik* your 
there is to it; the iimplc dircctioni^^^ chacaMa cakal 
are on the package. / . 

Keep a package ready for ( ^ tw-v 

nneipccted *«.t. V » - 

^ W^v AUM H 



aoM«#cN CNOCOUtf ca«r mu owb vou 

14 ovMCa to aa saarAag 



mod# by tha miliars of 



MONARCH RAiTRY KOUR 



712 YATES STREET — Half Acre Showrroofn 








DRIVEWAYS 
^ ' FIll.ETC. 

EmPIRE UlOOD ca 



fUBLUOR BROS 






Toe»d«v, M*y 10, 1049 



®he Bailii €olon^i«t 



Essav (>)ntesl Winner Honored 



/V/V lnrreas(> 



the fotineiUora <JontY 



_ With AddiUonal Wttrict Newt on P«g# 21 

Decision From Snnnicli (Council 
Due on W a nl Six Issue Tonifiht 

Fate of Ward Six Is in the hands of the Saanich Coun- 

Coifclllor Leslie H Passmore will Introduce a mollor 
callmg tor the council ^o favor secession ol the large rura 



»iii( oY E»qul*»ll Reeve A I 
lAjb’ remunentnon trom W • 
Mvnuiily wlihoin tncre**lns the 
iDt P«l4 cOunclUurs drew Of®, 
councillor J A EUla 
he work in the munlcli»*aty , 
Iner^Med irrmendotuly tor kH, 
decUred ihe councillor. j 
• moved »n »mendment to the 
c »nd counciaotD' refnuner«U«in 

.w ckUln* for k »»00 umual in- 
July t. 



John t Ckrey 



Borden Executive Changes 



for counclllori from 



With ta^v lo*-‘ In tnlml. k ur«.- 
deleitkUori of Word ilx t*<eimye« 
wlU .attend l*.nlg»H lj»e> 

will be h' by Bydney 
prekldrni of Ute »»id » '‘•tepayetk | 
*«ociktloii. which n* led ihc n«hl 

for teccMion I 

Mr. MkcDonkld bk» k*ked for an 
*»ut*-fJHon ol opinion of the cou^U 
OQ U.e contenlUrti» u»ue. width hai 
been c»jnUnuin« lor 4(i year*, 

wpporter* have arguedvOuil 
under the Baanirh luhef Act. ctnm- 
cu approval u not rrquued fw 

Mceuion of *ny ptirtion of the 



extent ttus year that counciuor*. 
ahouldn t net a boo»t. i 

CouncUIor EUU ih^ a mo- 

tion in abolUh all remuneratlQH a> 
council membera. 

“If you want to Dave money ao 
much, here U your chance," aUted 
CouncUIor EUU. 



pnauwuter-geheral. and fountain , 
pen. Offltlala attending reremnny 
are pictured above. KH to right. 
A M Davtm. public reUtlona 
officer for the Victoria poat office; 
Pnsunaater Sinclair; MUa White, 
j. MrKenxle. principal of South 



P,«umaatfr J B. BlncUir aaid U 
waa hoped general public would 
Uke acUve Iniereai In poaUl 
aervlcm of community Miaa White 
^ ifteaented with mounted 
photograph depicting mall coacl 
In old daya of England, peraonal 
letur from W J. TurttbuU. deputy 



the by-Uy originally paaard Uie Uti, 
year waa a prejudiced p»ece of 
legjilatlon aimed directly at hlm-| 
aclf. 

• • * 

I Bin POB PBOPERTV 

A. B Noble, regUuar of Homc^ 
OU DUtributora Ltd, yeaierda/ 

I aaked City Council to give hla cum- 
th« ftral chance to buy city- 
at the wAithwest 
Douglaa 



Lmpire nuh 
For ' 

Sir Robert Holland will addraaa 
the White Came Club'a Emplra In- 
formation Day meeting at 2 15 P ® ■ 
Wednesday, at Prince Robert H> uae 
I ciff Rru^rL'a mbieet Will be Slam 



Pboio fc» IUtU> 



W FRANK JONES ^ *■ 

Al the meeting of the Canadian B^rard of DU'Wion 
Meeting of the Shareholdera of the 

Prealdem of The Borden Compan>^ Unm« 
.If who la eligible for reuremen* . Mr Warner 

Warner, who U eiigioi j.„^uUve Comnnuee 



Naiiu‘ a iioii livCvOvnnoi 
livilv Marks ( oiiviMilimi 



• pany 

KlVKrt lowmed property 

ithrr of the rWrner of Plagard and 

«nr« In Vie- ainseU. 

rk-end. and company, holding 

ti might b* city, haa built and operated 

' a service aiaUoa un the propertv 
f clear *!»••** | Council recently ruled against re- 
Iine, buttday, ne«ai of tlic lease which raplica 

Ji«t« beacbea, I ceoember 31. 1M». The company 

backyards. i property on a month* 

M. A steady to-month bAu from the eapiraiion 1 ,potlighi 
pi skies clear qj jj,e lease. 

alM kept temper* Noble notified the city hUi^atea 

at Saturday, company intended to allow insur-ladves 
perfect day. ,,jca on buUdinga on the property I jjth i 

dotted wHh sun* ' . ......... 

few tmlmmers. hun- 
Bcarh attracted an 
Other 



OUTSIDE 



.niemallonal affair* 
A stirrhJg address. 
...... it was the Individual 

---3 than dele- Jl^pJojabllHy ol every Rotartan to 
accompanied by their , ^„rjd ,.f peace, under- 

for their jjAndlng and g'»d wUL 

' -It ha* U) be one worlcf. or none.*' 
•s buslnea that “now « 

.n. by ac- j^rned how to disinter *te the 

on. of New « ^ how to Uite- 

strict gov- humanity." 



Fomous ior Fifty Yco»^i 
FomotJS for fin® 
vtorV., and we're ready 
to go to work onVOUR 
house NOW’ Just coll 

G5021 New locotipn 

1028 Blonshord Street, 
just off Fort 



Rnlary Club membera of tii* 
ciflc Northwest were m the Vic 
throughouP yeaierday 

.last night a* more i 

— most « 

, — g»thered here 
Annual dUtrtet 

to lapse since the buildings revert Highlight of y« 
lb the ctiy at Ihe expuatkm of the Melons was the 
lease, clematlon. of E H 

* • ' • WwUnlnster, aa r 

pmor He »vkc" ' 
oer of Taenma, V 



brougid retIdenU ou 
rreoru sr their «wn 
High bunday was 
•AUthwest wind iwei 
tbundsy. but 
(latum below those 
Friday g** « nesr- 
Boaebes «er« 
bAthrrs and a 
4 a,. Wlllews 

AStlmated I •©• 
popular spot* 

1 edbore Bay. I 

Bay, tordora Bay. and aut-of 
lawn pointa such as 
Aod bhawnigan Ijske. II 

Clepr. warm weather caoUnued 
Monday, with a similar , 

fer Tuesday and a predicted high 

ef 55. 1 

• • • 

pr.'s TO MKtr 1 

Victoria Young ProgreMive Con*, 
servallve Aaaoclsilon WJH meet all 
S pm. Thursday at campaign hend- 
quarters. 1600 Broad Blieei 

A gtvup of Nanauno young Cun- 
eervaUvea will attend the meeting 
whlcA will be taken' up with policy 
ducuaalon* and showing of Ihms of 
the recent Progrrsalve Conservallve 

convention at Ottawa. 

• • • c 

I K. OFUt l'h COMING 
Scheduled to vuU Victoria. .Kty 
34 ill the course of a tour to can- 
vsM Britlah rsport markeU in Can- 
ada. t* R'- H»rt)ld Wll*‘d 

O B E . M P.. president of lhlkwJnitc< 
Kingdom B*»ard of Trade 
Mr Wilsons Canadian tour, dur 
mg which he wlU interview busl 
nfM^en throughout the -oun’ii 
begins Wednesday at HsH'ax. 

on hU sighiseeting trio to Vic 
torla. he wiU be acmirpanled b; 
Peter Young. Hie UnPcd Kingdon 
trade commissioner In Vancouver 
Mr. Wilson and hi* party wl. 
travel acroas the ^ 

Department .of Transport alrcral 



AIKTIHO 

NOW 



Arthur K^”io«etn. oi • i 

in^ address before ^ club 

services group. 
alms and objectg plan, 

A pr^ecl 
club 

- pint>tiNM. TOt t ir 
N^ed for -the personal touc^^ 

wttnin Uiteroational 
noted by members attending the in 

ternatlonal alTairs i 

■“ BrowD, of Camp 1 

that luncheons are jiiver. . 

the Empress' yeaterdsy’* progrsm conciuden 
the Empress Hotel conference banqueU 

Empress Hotel and Crytal O.rten 
snd s -Rolwry Show ' at the Bfy*l 

Theatre _ . 

Business seaskuw and reports ol 
vsrlou* commlltees wUl be heW 
throughout this mnmlng. At » « 
A.m, A E Orauver, president of 
BC Electric Railway Co. Ltd , will 
.Urt an address entitled -Socialism 



TO EXTEND MXK It 
An application haa been granted 
Henry Cote. lOll Pairfield Road, 
Thetis Lake I by (he soning board of appeal to 



The conference waa 

by A C und..». Vlc«rl. ton- 
eral conference chairman. 
aate* had been officially welcomed 
W the city bv provincial 
lofficlaU Sunday night 
I program held at the Ruyal 
Main spvAker during 
montlng a program waa 
vln -nner, of Lns Angelea. who is 
. Mboresentallve of RoUry host 



sflence-shninken world." and noted 
that peace could not be »ircha*ed 

H>»ad to be achieved. 

So many delegatca are aUendmg i,y Kenneth W 
the conference l- - 
being divided between 
Hotel ballroom, l— 
grill itKtm. and the Cr 
Busiest among mei 
were Pf* 



FAMOUS F®« f»N* WORK 



delivered promptly 



FOR riFTY YEARS 



FAMOUS 



different iodav 



mit had yet been applied fur. but fifl Vellfirif 

that the property in question had 1 . 

been cleared cdf to permit auuUuc- ;^.,„tngical forecast* for an earth* 

lion. , \^,Ake In this area J!! ; 

Property owners slated vuiue of ^ proved halt 

adjacent properly would droii if (he ^ 

proposed school ws* erected W ’he were felt yesierdayj 

area. »cc8rdlng to officials at the Domin- 
ic VARROW Fsi-APE Artrophyucf^ Observatory. 

Albert' J Jakeman. M. 1113 P*n-| A weU-knAw-n asl^^ 

, dor* Avenue, narrowly escar>ed serl- predkted tjemnra^^^^^^ 

ous injury Sunday evening when In tlie Rocky 
collWon with s car at the 

section ol Pandora Avenue and arlenUsti i^nt out. 

large srya 

' City police said Jakeman was In tiivt.S EXPLANATION 

‘ colUsion with a car driven by Gerald A*trol««g1*t may 

' Btelck, 121® Old Eaqulmalt Road fxplanauon !'>r the pre- 

• i He received abraslona to hi* right ^ 

' elbow and forearm, but did not re- 
' quire hosplUl treatment He was 
' taken home by Stelck 

*i • • • 

« CAR PROWLFO 

Dt -S 8. Avrtn. M» Wand High- 
way. reported to city 
"Ithe of articles vtlued at 140 

^ fratn hB car. 

1 Stolen were five boxes 
’■ sheila, eight boxes of rifle shells and 



•Hiey »ay theje u an e 
-r^mewlure in the world « 
>n the w'trologlsta are bo 
right w'metimea 
-Anyone can predict ei 
in lliat manner." said on 
lory I'fficial. “The predict 
name iiieciflc polni* 
When the astrologer 
i-veryone knows sbfnit U. I 
u said wlien he W wrcpng, 



Influence 



-rhe gresteal planetary 
r.ver most of thU month ta that of 
the solar ecHp« “f itprU 28. While 
thta IS only partial. ^ 

fl.ed Sign and U 

Jupiter, both indication* tl^t It wm 

produce earth tremors, *tal« the 

AMrolngUt. 

To all ihU obser itory official* 
comment: • Earthquake* can- 



tlgned recently after 
with ihs munlcipalUy. 

Allan waa chosen 
pUranta. 

SEEK liECI 
Applying through I 
i Blrmott, Chrlatopher Roland tJoel 
North yesterday aaked City Council 
for an early declaloo on hla reqorat ^ 
for pennlaalon 'to dutrlbute pro- , 
gram* at band concerta in Beacon 
Hill Park 

la a letur to council, Mr Blonoli 
pointed out htt client had dto- 
trlbuted programa al concerts In 
tha park “for many year* pa«." i 

He *iated Mr. North must make] 
preoaraUom immedutiely in order j 
Vi properly organise hi* pnptrumi , 
for the Summer. 

Council recently repealed a asc- 
Uon of a city by-Uw proalWUng 
dwiirtbutton of nmgram* In Beacon 
HiU F*ark. Mr. Norm, appevitnif be- 
fore the park* commutes, claimed 



QuanUiy of anU-freew 



Garrrs Healtii'ieT- 1^ Brighter. 
With Ipsn^ dFid 



Firm, healthy gum* are 
importsfit to *ound teetl 
snd sparkling smile*. 

So twitch to Ipgoa — 
for Ipsna I* specially 
made not |u*i to Weep 

leeih^leso.bui to sum- 
alste gum cicculstioo. 

Try it. Brush your 
teeth with Ipsna. 
Gently m»**»ge a 
Imle extra Ipaos on- 
to your gum*. Your 
mouth tingle* with 
new freshn#**. . g«n»* 
wtke op . . . voof smil 
csini new charm. 



Solving the Problem 
of the (ivernisht Guest! 

— . Two-Piece Davenport Suites 

O* 1 1 S«>it deep resilient ■ omfort through '**'*’^ / 

Sin£lC I snru'ni; construclion, UavenporY that open* / \/ \{ 

^ . mtn Tun double »>gd and comlorlsMe ea*y ^JVJ 

Couches 1 y y 



‘'Suttered much 
with constipation” 

fimeai awaal kelps wkere 

“rttaedlei’’ WW 
Ar* YOU among 

ronstipaUnn mW? Than r«d this 
•tMiltriUtl kttsr: ^ 

I 3| remedte* 

r ^ (SMUmWeatfcAis 



with the fragrance men 



JUST RECEIVED . . 

SHIPMINT or gurney 

Wood and Coal Ranges 



Covered in 
blue. Prtt. green and 
brown homespun*. 



davenport and two large chairs 

Armless Lounges 

that s/r j«effr<! for thr " = rt h 

rnm^rt-u^'e hed i-'.’® ' 



oUt tnmhU Ons 
4gy / it«s toU 

KgLLOOOa 

au^bran / 

Mgan Is sot tA«s 

rsguiaHv. 
And mithnmt 
stnaaemfutn. id 



Afl-Enamal Finish with Enamsilsd Ovsn 
Suitable for Convwslon to 

OIL BURNING 

Can be Equipped With the 

NEW CYCLOS BURNER 

sa/g ftRLL — INSTAl I- — SERVICE 



•• rrt (O 



«k About StantUrd't 
Three Credit PUna 
of Pajrtnem 



Right Through 

Yatet to Vlaw 



Chngt,k,IPMAi>>dMtsstgt> 



c. J. McDowell 

....-.-..^NBtAa PIIIMRINO AND HEATING CENTRE 



VICTORIA'S PLUMBING AND -- 

1000 DOUGLAS 




' 1858 1349 

AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER, THE ORGAN OF NO CUQUE OR PARTY 
. Viclorift Owned aad Opcrited 

The Colonial PHntlni and PublUhtng Company Limited UaSfliiy A 
1211 BrcNd Street. Victoria^ B.C 

Htowleu** B«IM« Bt »lty Mrrtet, at tt ■MntB •) Ma BnueO Bwvir* «ne A»«rii*« MOUaeai. M Mr tier 19 M«u 

•** mMitn otw lae mt »Mr, ii ia m« a«*u. 

TLESDAY, MAY 10. 1040 



llvroism Drserres to Be Reeoffnizeil at Home 

T is a measure of Uie heroism displayed cooperated with the good will so maikcd in 

t fu* rti it llif . . . ■ I -.' I J' 1. • ' 1 I 






chubed into dangerously forbidding ter- 
rain to go to the aid of two crashed flyers 
that their senior commander should praise 
their efforts as “beyond words ’’ Such imme- 
diate enthusiasm on the part of service offi- 
cials is not common, men in uniform being 
accustomed to the fact that risks are in- 
srparablc from the calling they have elected 
to follow. 

Quite obviously the airmen risked their 
very lives, as has been said, to reach the 
Vancouver clfilian pilot forced down with 
his passenger in the wild mountain territory 
near the International border. The -episode 
has ended happily for all concerned, with 
the two marooned flyers back home safe 
arid sound after a hazardous ^^cperlence. 
Both Canadian and American rescue groups 



A- regar . three Ki .. K. men : 
occasion would seem to begone coning for 
tangible recognition of unusual courage 
under adverse circumstances Normal serv- 
ice practice would Invite the bestowal of a 
suitable decoration if there were a Cana.- 
dian medal available for such contingencies. 
There was to be one, the Canada Medal, to 
cover Just such distinguished action by 
Canadians, but nothing has been heard of it 
since the decoration was created six years 
ago. 

To reward the parachutists as they de- 
serve, therefore, it would be necessary to ask 
London to bestow a British Empire decora- 
tion on the.<;e men. If that comes to pass so 
much tatl^e good, but it would be feUcitous 
to be able to honor their special merit w'tth 
a medal Issued by their own country. 

L. 



ISot a Helpful Intnaluction to Afureemenl 

I T was in keeping with the unfortunate the remarks of 
postwar trend that two disslhiilar events chances of an ea 



should mark the fourth anniversary of 
V-E Day in Europe. At Bonn, Germany, a 
new state came into being as a valuable step 
forward in the rehabilitation of at least one 
half of the former Gennan rcich. At Moscow 
a Russian marshal took the opportunlty'to 
cast aspersions on his former comrades In 
amris. 

Tlie adoption bf a constitution by the 
West German Constituerlt Assembly sets 
that part of divided Germany on a hope- 
ful path for the future. A federal republic 
under the aegis of the Western powers will 
substitute meanwhile for the single govern- 
ment It had been hopp'd would come into 
being long before this as a detemlnlng fac- 
tor m the establishment of a permanent 
peace. 

The door has been left open for Eastern 
Germany to enter the fold should the idea 
ever commend itself to Russia, the present . 
arbiter of that section's destiny. Judging by 



the remarks of Marshal Sokolovsky the 
chances of an early unification seem none 
too promising. The former Russian zone 
commander took advantage of the anniver- 
sary tQ tell his countrymen that the West- 
ern Allies fought only half-heartedly 
against Na^l Germany, leaving t^e burden 
mainly to the Red Army, which, incident- 
ally, he cited as the only force capable of 
winning a modern war. 

Since it was Pravda. the official Com- 
munist newspaper, that carried the mar- 
shal's uncomplimentary oocount of the war 
in Europe, it may be ass'umect he did not 
speak by accident nor with the personal 
freedom common enough ih the West but 
never exlUbited in Soviet Russia. Yet in two 
weeks' time the foreign ministers of the 
four occupying nations are supposed to sit 
down together in an effort to iron out the 
difficulties that cut Germany In two. The 
Soviet marshal's contribution cAn scarcely 
be regarded as a helpful introduction to the 
search for peaceful agreement. 



Would Canadians Want Parliament on the Air? 

R T. Hon. Anthony Eden, in one of his • catch the greatest nunl 
arllctes on political developments In their most receptive moo 



R T. Hon. Anthony Eden, in one of his 
arllctes on political developments in 
the British Commonwealth, has 
made some cogent observations on a par- 
liamentary practice that so fRi* fijp not been 
tried out in the Northern Hew^here: the 
broadcasting of proceedings on the floor of 
the Rouse. Through the medium of radio 
the people of Australia and New Zealand 
arc allowed passive participation In the de- 
bates of their representatives, and what 
began as an experiment now appears to be a 
firmly-established service. 

Mr. Eden does not look on this with any 
great favor, seeing in U openings for abuses 
such as the timing of speeches to the most 
popular listening hours rather than the se- 
quence of debate. One can readily Imagine 
that ^he dignity of proceedings In Ottawa, 
for example, would scarcely be enhanced by 
members manoeuvring for -^e floor to 



catch the greatest number of listeners^ in 
their most receptive moods. 

It has beeri recognized, however, that 
broadcasting ffom the House of Represen- 
tatives in Wellington has raised the stan- 
dard of parllamentar>* discussions. Members 
are less likely to indulge In loose, unthink- 
ing statements and puerile repartee when 
. they know that evecfthing they say can be 
heard all^ver the country. New Zealand 
ministers, too, quickly found that questions 
from the floor could not be avoided or left, 
long unanswered, for the listening — aofl 
voting ~ public heard the questions, ck- 
pected prompt replies, and wrote letters if 
they were not forthcoming,* 

On the whole, though, it is questionable 
whether the Canadian radio owner who 
pays his $2,50 In expectation of entertain- 
ment would want the airwave.s cluttered for 
hours wfth tedious debates. Probably the 
public galleries sttU remain the best place to 
follow the proceedings of parliament. 



Letters and Excerpts 

«■ lk« Hitar •• aay *•••• w» mM 1 « l•t•rOTl »r« •«»•••• It May ara krtal. araarala aaA 

tMr Na laltat wttl iMarUA, l» akala aa la »arl. aaaaai #ya« Ua araaa* a(«aa«B<a aaA aAAraa* al IM 
«Tl«aa OaaalMtaA aa^aa»aaA*aaa a*aaa« 9 a raian»a 4 . 



•■(TTY OF HOMES" 

6 lr.- Aj 11 1 « proposed to live Victoria an ofn- 
dMcrlptlvf name, the foUowlnf might be 
worthy of consideration' ‘The City of Beautiful 
Homes." 

TH08 I. LOKIBR. 
l4Sb Hamlota Street, Oak Bay. B.C. 

Nl'MBERING BUSES 

Sir.- I should like most strongly to endorse the 
■eutlment expressed In the letter signed by B. W. 
Abraham orTAhe question of numbering buses. I 
have conitahlly advocated It ever tlnce I have 
been In Victoria. Only yesterday I was aaklng 
byslanders; "Was that the Esquimau bus?" and 
am continually obliged to have recourse to this 
Dot always reliable Information. 

r V. c. scbjeanY 

•30 Battery Street. James Bay. Victoria, B C. 

DR. A. C. SINCLAIR 

Sir.— On hearing of the sudden death of Dr. 
Sinclair I felt I must write In memory of a truly 
great man. 

X feel I am wrlUng for hundreds of people in 
Victoria who will receive the news with the aaroe 
stunned shock that we did, in fact almost with 
the feeing of panic 

Dr. Sinclair was a famlly.^4octor In the greatest 
sense of the word 

There are also hundreds of children who will 
receive the news with the same sense of loss, for 
a trip to "Slncy" was not one to be dreaded, 
an occasion to look forward to and to talk about 
afterwards. Truly, he was a doctor, friend and 
eounsellor. 

IMRS.) MVlUXL MACHAM 
14 Conrad Street. Box IMiA. RJt. S. Victoria, B C. 

RT. JOHN AMBULANCE 

Sir.- M ay 1 exprem to you the thanks of the 
St. John Ambulance for the kindly asdstanee of 
your paper during the appeal for funds which 
opened In this district <m April IQ. 

Oihsr drivee for funds for worthy caueas held 
during our campaign ^nd aettlement of Income 
taxes pot an extra strain on our clUatna, and 
many of our friends who. vre fsel, are deslroua 
of eontrltKiting. but have not yet responded to 



our appeal. The time of the campaign has there- 
fore bMn extended until Monday. May 9. 

May I request, through you. that those who 
have not yet res^nded to our call, and who are 
desirous of doing so, wUl send in their remittances 
without further delay. 

O- H. STEVENS 
Campaign Chairman. Vancouver Island 
715^ View Street. VlctorU. BC. 

COMMUNITY ( HEST 

Sir, -You are to be commended for your edi- 
torial In whlcH you deplored the fact that the City* 
Council had overlooked the Community Chest 
when distributing their annual largeM — in spite 
of the efforts 'to the contrary of iome of the 
aldermen. 

As you aay, the organizations receiving dona- 
tions are worthwhile, but the Community Chest 
Is vital to civic welfare. Perhaps tome of the 
city fathers who disagtRc with this view should 
visit Welfare House on Pandora Avenue, where 
those in charge would be only loo glad to con- 
vlnee them, without dlfflmUy, I am sure, of the 
urgent nature of the need for more funds 

GORDON JENKIN08. 

I . Director. 

Community Cheat of Oreater Victoria 
7tt Yates Street. Victoria. BC 

Loel Dayp 

The /oat da\f% of my life until today. 

What were they, could I tee them on the ttreet 
Lie at thty fell.* Would they be eon 0 / wheat 
Sown once for food, but trodden into clay*' 
Or golden cotnt ujuandered and ttill to pay^ 
Or drops of blood dabbling the guilty feet^ 

Or such spilt water as w dreams must cheat 
The undying throats pf Hell, athirst alway * 

I do not see them herei but after death 
God knows ! know the faces / shall see. 

Loch one a murdered self, with tow last breath: 
"t.pm thyself .^what hail thou don* to me*" 
"And I — and I — ihuself" (to' each one saith) . 
"And thou thgiell to all eternity'" 

—Dante Gasfiel RowEm. 



•O'. 

r . ,T ■* • 

•' ... 

V' -.'a. 




Observation 
Car; “ 



^WarlS OBSrrtfki. Bf ArrsittamaMi •iih STaAinf SUodari. iSBdoa 



Thinking Aloud Making the Soil Yield More 



. . of thees^sod •hip*— end Malles 
•rai— «f c«bb«gM sod kinf*.” 

By TOM TAYLOR 

C<?bRDINO to an article m New 
k Liberty on Lester B. Pearson, 



whom you probably think of as •‘Mike ’ 
for a reason Canada’s Minister of 
External Affairs himself oould not 
deflne, this well-known diplomat is- 
but a slight figure physically. A mere 
five foot eight inches In height and 
weighing a spare 140 lbs., In fact. 
Somehow or other 1 had thought 
a bulkier being, and 1 derived a 
cidaln degree of cooxfort when I noted 
these statlsUce. By some quaint 
memai, process they squared the world 
for.ine.. 1 was beginning to think Ihere 
was Vo room any more for th4 man 
of moderate pjoportlons. J- 

Once upon a time I thought thit 
five foot eight inches represented^ 
rather a delectable elevation, and 
when In the course of anno Domini 
I reached tliat eminence I was very 
pleased. Unfortunately, as tilings 
turned -out, there, like Mr Pearson, I 
stopped. 

I say unfortunately because of the 
proof extant eveVy day that for the 
generation suit on the way up this Is 
a mark apparentlv to be passed with 
extreme disdain. *1 doUbt not al all 
that each of Mr Pearson's sons must 
Incline a head downwards when papa 
Is talking, so that the eyes may sight ‘ 
themselves on an appropriate level. 

ECO REINFORC ED 
Nevertheless 1 was grallfled to learn 
that so eminent a person was ifd* taller 
than, myself. My ego was reinforced. 
For a brief while yet, it would appear, 
the -medium-sized Individual a\ay stilly 



A PPARENTLY the cost of repairs 
on new-style automobiles, ami 
the r« 8 Ultl|ig heavy increase In tnsur- 
anee premiums, has got the motorist 
worried Iii Toronto the annual meet- 
ing of the Ontario Motor League 
passed' a resolution protesting agmln.it 
"the extravagant body styles and de- 
signs which add little or nothing but 
a heavy burden on the owner." It was 
slated thst\a similar resolution had 
recently been passed by the American 
Automobile Association. 



hope to acquire a respectable place in^ gralgs and alfalfa, 

society. As regards l#r. Pearson;# At the same lime the plant sclen- 

welght, by my standards I would say lists are building new yield abilUlei 

he is rather -er- slender. Nbt, for- ' Into the crops they are developing, 

tunately. that Ihls writer Is noticeably varieties that can laugh at many of 

rotund (I trust), but hts walst-lInc la the so, 000 diseases that attack vegeta- 

no longer at the 29-inch belt-bole 11 tlon yid cut production, 

managed to keep 'within for a solid , -> 

decade not so very long ago 

There are. of course, as I anf forced ^ * 

10 concede, several advantages In be- ^ 

Ing somewhat taller than average-— the ^ 

average of my generation, I mean. One 

may become a basketbaU star, for a ppareNTLY the c 

mchc. on. m.jr . 1 « b. pr.i^un^, ha. 'io' 

du^omfon o a crl.k.d nKk d^ y In Toronto ‘h. 

•hould hU M)ll«guM tend !^i.M;uUat. ^ OnUrto 1 

thy xampl. of a b«npol.. , r«aoluUon prol 

r doubt ^that the incident reffected • extravagant body 
an advantage, yet I noted as Inescap- which add little c 

able from his helsht the episode of the g, heavy burden on the o 

American soldier in Germany who ran stated that\a similar i 

ardok, taking on eight persons one recently been passed by 

after the other and lelilng them adth Automobile AssocUUon. 

complete impartiality. He looked down This may bring to a if 
on his opponents from the super altl- that has Caused mud 

tude of su foot three, I believe, being lately. The new car ni 

suitably padded In addition wUh some suit of evolution and | 

*330 pounds of avoirdupois. It is at and undoubtedly a ihl 

least open to question If he would but many motorists thin 

have demonstrated bis prowess quite practicable The amou 

•o emphaUcaUy had ha been a head chrome and the lavish 

shorter and leas bulMly outfitted. coupled vdth the need 

immoderate limits Change Of design, have ■ 

On the other hand, I must point repairs ar 

out, the Indian Army is organUlng a **"*P*^ ^ 

brigade of guards on the British paU rrpjflrt are harder 

tern, and whUe the first JjattaUon In- therefore coet more. 1 
slits that all rankers must be at lasuit . ^ newly 100 per 

six feet tall, provision Is made In the property damage an 

third battalion for individuals with ■ 

ceilings as low as five feet. The reason • 

for this seeming anomaly may be ^ 

found in the desire to Include that X 

renowned warrior, the Ohurka, a man ‘ 

normally of small Stature but, as you ^ 

are aware, of profound phyatcal elan « 

n,T.rth.l«., without tb. .ll»ht«t .T”** ”','>‘•7 
pr.Jumo. to-, gmllan. r.«. how.«r. I I?’"'', 

im qulU ntUflHl not U) b. . OhurU 

11 It «old. m«n dl«idln, .l|ht of 

my non. too pluiUIul lupply of Inch... * . ' 

in emoke * 

All of the foregoing, I eee clearly on * * * 

rtSKUon. could «rtly b. lummcd up ,, 
in on. rtcdnet phru^ito *l|: I »m g, 

plHMd to find lh»t fdbd inr u .till „ P, , I 

to b. found in oomp»r.U».ly anull 

bulk. That would have exprened * e e 

quite aptly the eentlmenU aroused In a pood nme 

me by the discovery I made about Mr tirat candidates that the b 

Letter B. Pearson, nieknamed as afore- u apt lo be tsAen u an N 

•aid as "Mike.** Tou wtU appreclau. * * « 

however, (hat so summary dlsmiaaal of ' A eeosus taker asked 
a heartening fact would not fill the many children ahe had 
space assigned to my dispoeal IhU Woman — Well, there 
■jomtng Happily for me although Henry and Martha aar 
perhape not for you. while Nature Census Taker — Kev 
checked my frame st the five foot names. jus> give ihc nu 
eight mark the aiiotire my pen to Woman iiharpiyi- Th 
stretch Itself to Immoderate Umtls. numbers, they all lot ni 



By JOHN C. DAVIS Hand In hand with resistance to 

(Farm Editor, Cleveland Plain pcaler) ^dlseaae haa gone the development of 
. .... .V lidprovcd Insecticides that 

ASHINGTON.— According to Dr. plants of yield -destroying pests 

R M. Salter, Chief of the Bu- Booming potato yields are attributed 
‘ reau of ^lls. science haa. al long last, to the potency of DDT in knocking off 
■ ’ cracked the myatepj* of IncrVa.’ung crop i^af hoppers, beetles and aphids. 

■>' produeuon p.r .cr.. From 1897, ah.n Chemical* have al«> rW .the plania 

.V ^ . a. . . necessity of struggling with 

01 th. uepartment bt»an l..plni crop- 

yield records, through 1937, the pro- weed-killers Is promising that the 

"'ducUon per acre of maior crops showed day ' U not too far away, says Dr. 
no increase. There was, as a matter of Salter, when we can expect to spray 
fact, a slight drop— indicating that we at planting time, do no cuiuvating. and 
wer^'g^dually wearing out our land. }uti gather the harvest. 

Now th^ pendulum has swung upward ^ ^ v * v 

and Salter predicts we have only No story of increased crop yields la 
atcalched the surface. complete without a nod to mechanl- 

Beglnnlng with ^^1937, we have satlon. • 
stepped the national average yield per "Mechanlzatior^s greglgst contribu- 
acte on oaU from 36 to 35 bushels, on Uon,“ reported Dr. Salter, "is In the 
com from 26 to 3? bushels, wheat from of increased ^id per man hour 

13 to 16 bushels. poUtoes from 82 to ot effort rather than per acre of*^oa 
140 pounds, cotton .from 175 to 290 ductloh. One farm worker today 1s 
pounds and hay from 125 toru to feeding 13 persons off the land-where, 
1 40 tons. as recently as 30 years ago, he fed only 

ThOM tr. important Incr.u.. In » But th.r. ha* br.n aid In yield 

country whOM population 1* looming ffom the machine With It w. ar. able 
at a rat. ol J.OOO.OOO additional mouth. “ >rtlll«T wh.r. It will be.t aid 
a year with no li.w land In .Ight on d«*«lopm.nt and plant growth 

which to grow the additional lood and w. ar. able to control th. number 

needed to keep our new gue.t. well fed, Pt^Won •• 

It U no elngl. key that ha. opened thl. 

horn ot plenty, but a combination ol »''' "“lot 

erop Increases. In land use, Uie effort 

. Ta- - . ... ..a . combines with the overall ^program ol 

Leading the list of conUlbut 6 ns to 

.. , , . , w, .. . . soil oonservaUoa practices of crop 

the yield ncrea^ Dr. Balter named „„„ contouring «.d .trip cropping 

cro,«bre:^lnB of planU, th. «l.n«. dwper 

that produced hybrid corn. In thla 

held we h.ve Ju.l begun to move and department u toying 

the future give, premia, ol making* ^ J 

pr.«mt advance. «vm Ik. the hop trru.tlon. 

from buggle. to automobU.., Right to I.cl that the pef acre produc- 

h. offing ar. new d.v.lopm.nU prom- „„„ 

h.v. not be<« wholly S accident of 

on “if ri"”' the very I.voAble weather condul 8 h. 

held gralf. and alfalfa. ^ ^ 

At the same lime the plant sclen- scientific dlscoverlM that can reason- 
UsU are building new yield abilUlei expected to be expanded is 

Into the crops they are developing. neo.a. Every food Increase that 

varieties that can laugh at many of be made permanent Is like find- 

the 50.000 diseases that atUck vegeta- uig addlUonal land 
lion ^ cut production. 



ducUon per acre of major crops thowed 
no Increase. There was, as a matter of 
fact, a slight drop— Indicating that we 
wer^'k^dually wearing out our land. 
Now pendulum has swung upward 

and Salter predicts we have only 

atcalched the surface. 

Beginning with ^,1937, we have 
stepped the national average yield per 
ac(e on oals from 36 to 35 bushels, on 
com from 26 to S 3 bu&hels, wheat from 
13 to 16 bushels,, potatoes from 82 to 
140 pounds, cotton 'from 175 to 290 
pounds and hay from 1 25 toru to 
1 40 tons. 

Those are Important Increases in a 
country whose population Is toomlng 
at a rate of 2 . 000.000 additional moutha 
a year with no ilew land In sight on 
which to grow the addlUonal food 
needed to keep our new guests well fed. 
It Is no single key that has opened this 
horn of plenty, but a combination of 
several 

Leading the list of contributions to 
the yield Increases. Dr. Salter named 
crossbreeding of plants, the sciences 
Umt produced hybrid corn. In this 
field we hsve just begun to move and^ 
the future gives promise ot making' 
present advances seem like the hop 
from buggies to automobiles. Right In 
the offing are new developments prom- 
ising jumps as great as 50 per cent In 
the production of many vegc|j^bles. 



Style in Automobiles 

(From The Ottawa Journal) 



surance rates. U all adds up to a 
pretty penny, but nothing to the func- 
tional performance of the car. , 

While such resolutions may be 
passed at public meetings It Is doubt- 
ful whether thc^ average car buyer M 
prepared ax yet to give the matter 
much heed. If any manufacturer had 
the courale to put a completa utility 
car on the market It Is doubtful if It 
would meet with wide acceptance to- 
day. People are like that, they want 
41 to keep up with the times and style 



This may bring to a head aomethlng ^ regardless. If times were to get a little 
that has Caused much eontroverey touih their attitude might be dlf- 
laiely. The new car may be the re- • ferent, 

suit of evolution and public demand That b likely to be the continued 
and undoubtedly a thing of beauty, attitude of the manufacturers. They 

but many mntorbts think It b not very will argue that even the cheapest cars 

pracUrable The amount of needleas must have style and that they are only 

chrome and the lavish use of metal, building the kind of cars the average 

coupled vdth the need for constant purchaser wanb. The argument lor 

change of design, have added to Initial a utility car may be sound but what 

costs; body repairs are double and use In building It if ft will not meet 

triple what they used to be; mechanl- wide acceptance. The argument for 

cal rrpjfirt are harder to make' and men’s utility and comfortabb clothing 

therefore coat more, in consequence has been going on for yeiM. but only 

there are nearly 100 per cent tnereases Mr. Winston Churchill has done much 

In property damage and collision In- about IL 



Cxech smokers are being offered, 
at four cents apiece, a cigarette with 
the imprint "The Ninth Congress of 
the Czecho-Slovak Communbt Par<y 
1949." Must be fun to watch H go up 
In smoke • 

* * ♦ 

If there are fiAgerprlnts everywhere 
•o the doer bat the knob yoa doo’t 
seed to be a delocttve to dedace that 
there are children Jn the heaaehold. 

* * n 

Thu taemt a pood Mme fo remind poh- 
tiral candidates that the htovtnp of horna 
u apC to be taAm sj oh tndicatton of fog, 

* * * 

A eeosus taker asked a woman how 
many children ehe had 
Women — Well, there's WiUle and 
Henry and Martha and . . .** 

Census Taker — Never mind the 
narnee. jus> give the number 
Woman iiharply)- Thev haven 1 got 
numbers, they all got names. 



MOST IMPORTANT 

When the telephone bsU rang the 
duty. man at the fire station answered 
Is that the fire station?" came a 
voice over the wlre^ ' 

"YeE" said the fireman eagerly. 

■‘Well, I've Just had a new rock gar- 
den built, and put in »ome very 
rare planb . . 

"But where's the fire?" demanded 
the fireman. 

"Some of these plants are very 
expenelTe." the voice went on. 
"and . 

"Look here," said the fireman 
wearily, "don't you want a flower 
shop?" 

"No, 1 dbn L ' said the votes. ' I was 
coming to that In a minute My next- 
door neighbor's houae b on fire and I 
don’t want your clumsy firemen walk- 
ing all over my garden while you rt 
here 



4 4 \\^HV is your railwsy depot so 
' ’ far from the centre of th» 
eiti?" a Vancouver salesman asked a 
native son of Nanainu. "I suppose 
the rgUway company wanted the 
.depot as close to the tracks as pos- 
sible." the Nanaimo man chuckled 
. . . Bill, the Broad Street barber, ar- 
rived at the shop with a deep Kratch 
on%us forehead, and it was pot long 
before customers commenced to xsk 



lunchtime BUI had all he could sUnd 
"Fighting again?" a customer In- 
quired. "Oh, iro. 1 bu myself," Bill 
retorted. "Hokr on earth could a man 
bite himself on the forehead?" the 
man asked "I stood one* a ladder ‘ 
Bill snorted . . .^ Vancouver Street 
woman took time tiC from Spring 
cleaning to teach hex young son the 
alphabet, and the results were some- 
what dlKOuraglng. Near the end of 
the lists she asked the bqy: "What 
comes after ‘0‘?~ He instantly re- 
plied "Yeah" . . . Many cydbb are 
nut famlltar with an amendmefit to 
the Highway Act which states: "Ex- 
cept for the purpose of passing, no 
person shall ride a bicycle on a high- 
way on the left side of any two other 
per*)nx riding bicycles on that high- 
way" . . . Although tobacco has been 
grown In Canada f{>r many years, no » 
production totalq were kepi until 1720. 
when 48,000 pounds were cured. Last 
year’s crop totaled more than 121 .- 
000.000 pounds . . . Daniel Webster 
wrote "Every mart must educate him- 
self Hb books and teachers art but 
helps The work Is hb" . . . From the 
writings of Goethe "The importank 
thing In life u to have a great aim. 
and to possess aptitude and the per- 
severance*^ attain It" 



The Packsack 

Ol GREGORY CLARE 

T here bwnly one possible explana- 
tion of the sounds being made by 
popular singers: and that b that they 
are trying to Imitate with the -human 
voice the sounds made by the saxo- 
phone, comet trombone, trumpet and 
other instruments. 

Not content with the normal human 
voice, and possibly egged on by band 
leaders who are more Interested In 
saxophones than voices, these popular 
slngsrs are exploring the human 
larynx for blbopy. mooing sounds, 
and the nearer they come to a saxo- 
phone, the more popular they appear 
to be. 

You know how a cornet player has 
certain notes that he really can play. 
For^e most part, he just blast/ it out. 
Bul%rhcnever IB comes to that one 
note that fits hb Ups and hb wind, he 
really tears It off. Tlie same., with 
saj^hone players: they have a c<^le 
of pet notes that come out especially 
sweet and easy. Bo they hit them hard 
and hold them as long aj the beat 
aUows; and really rest their reputa- 
tions on those one or two notgR 
Lbten to one of these namely popu- 
lar fingers, especlaUy the women, and 
you wUI observe the same thing. They 
have one or two notes that they are 
good at; and the more those sound like 
the bloop of a saxophone or the blal 
of a comet, the better they like. them 
and the h^der they push them out 
of the radio or the vlctrola. By any 
standards fit to mention, they are 
pretty corny singers and vJry mediocre 
athletes. In most arts iRid most sports, 
you have to be good al more than one 
or two strokes 

Who b It makes these Iwo-noU per- 
formers popular? Surely the whole 
pubUc Ign't that sasUy gypped. Of 
oourse, k may be part of the universal 
trend towards the marine and tech- 
nology We are always on the hunt for 
a machine to do what formerly haa 
been done by hand. Maybe In fifty 
years, a voice that sounds as If U were 
being done by the throat wUl. be Uboo. 
If It doesn’t sound like a braas instru^ 
menl, It's out. 



Today’s Answer 

Question on Page 2 
No. Some creatures are bigger when 
young than as adults. The igdpole of 
an odd South American frog, notes 
the National Geographic Society, 
grows to be more than 10 Inches long 
It then starts shrloElng, unUl It turn# 
into s frog that Is only two to two and 
a half Inches long when fully adult. 



Looking Back 

Through Coionlst Files 

^ ^ YEARS AGO-^'The Uds Of ds- 
/ ^ preaston hal run out and Ihs 
^ ^ fioodUds of progpsrlty has 
started to flow again, sccordlng io Mr 
Alfr^ Carmlchasl. retiring prsstdsnt 
of the Real Estate Board 

C f\ AOO-The city Coun- 

cil ell has decided to Invite ap- 
^ ^ pileaufins for the vacant poal- 
Uon of sanitafy olDecr and plumbrng 
Inspector, at a salary of $80 a month. 



Q ^ YEARS AGO — The Explora- 
^ j Uon CommJtUs hat resolved 
^ to call a pubUe meeting . . 
to invite sugfMUons as to the moat 
economical and efflrienl manner in 
whirh the evplnraUon of the bland 
may be conducted 



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Thu Mid Her- 
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rM*nn t9- Ftriu. ■■ btr'ifi John* 



•on b»d datldr'i iv < 
Uoi^ Oovcr MM tit 
He *• ' 

nf a unaiiir' - ' < 

Hay Ooail>-' >i 
June IR aiei'ti ‘ ' • 

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Millie OwOJ- 

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>Q ^ OaJt 
' (or '.he 
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Prenner Joim»r>n int) I have had 
"^ne differetKM.' iie ackiMmledted. 

•Ad wt hare lham now But «• 
aie both wtuini to aink them lor 
Bntbh Oolumbta' '' 

The quMttuo at Ueue iu Ui« elec* 
!toD. he Mkid. waa aimply whether 
the people trf Bfituh Columbia 
wlehed to remaiiPfree. It had been 
amply demorbtrated in Europe once 
tlie cradle of democracy, *That you 
can t have Soclallaro or refunenta* 
tk»n without dictatnrvhip.** 



fApenaive pruaiaiu of aoLial lef.^ia- 
tlon in Cana d a The Miaa taa i*au 
bean naranary to meet iha bOi 
The C.C.F had been "vraouMua 
and yitrolic" m 'vppuaiUon Ui the 
ta« at the atan fv purely pohucaJ 
purpoaea" but acre now lurced to 
admit that the taa could not be 
ramovad. It ahoai. aald Mr. 
Anaoomb. “that we Itnea what we 
were taJfetng about ' 

VICTORT EliHE.'VnAL 



Death Se\ers 
\ ieloria Unk 
01 Karly Days 



Committee 
is if ark tm 



^ f I I Y l/ltVil rwnuunah CouncU publk wurka 

. ^ » • uerwmnltue. under the chainnanahih 

A unk with J^tnnaa rarU hi*. ^ , xhomaa waa aharply 

W WM aeretwd Bunday tn tha pritlftMd to OotmcUlnr O ft OuU- 
rteaih of Aieaandar KeunMh Muruo. ^ handltof ' 

» . who a* an mfwt ^ cralfflower Road rwconabwctloa 

hU parcnia around the Horn m IR 5 R « 

0 % a lenfthy Yoyage of the aalllhg Wt hare fooled around with that 
ahlp Piincww Royal 'tiad lon^ enough. I muet aay 1 

Som in UndOB. England, he waa toet tdnfldenc* in U>a public 
a aon of Alexander Muiuo who waa oom^lttM • declaiwd Coun- 

•ent out to Vlcinrlt by Ox# HudMin a OulUemaud 



CnderFire 
Hoad Iai^s 

CouneiUor Charlae Bndth agreed 
•It^ OounclUor Oulhemdlid. ataUng 
that “w# are getting nowhere faet ** 
After the notion waa paetnl 
OounrUlor John I Carey urged a 
meeting be called eoon in work on 
the roada wtU not be delayed 



Sally CDolottUt 5 

Taeeday, May It, 1B4I ' 

Council rejected a Departmant of 
Naiinnay|>feDre offer of M.411 for 
more then three acm near the ln> 
teraecUoft of AdnuraU and Inrkley 
roada Oouncti le aaking gl.OOO for 
the property which la ihe tile of 
naval etaff ^iiaea 

It waa pointed out that one.eUth 
of Bi^uimaU'a 1M> acraa art al- 
raad/'owned by the departmeoL all 
of which U tax-free proparty. 



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UMnni< r«aiel« tWuf ■< a>r*»> 

Vhhi«n» PC »n Wp(ih*^*> Met 

II at I le a <• r«r ik» pu'wam •* 
<a» htr^fai «r l«t« 
wuuui a«a«ri atMiie 

OT«ha« 

Mewatrt W r»if ••« •» 

Aarfting traihrM ar« in*n*a •• 
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wu ciuiouTur Me 
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Tit* n»' ; r 

thairmaaai'ii "> 
onk Hay pf . 

A*w<a 1 mU' .. 

W fiiidgntoK 1. 

Arv*'**i«h 

andgm.' 

Mr Aa 
from a zr: 

»o be pafk h* • 



Mr berl gnarani^e ihai ihe »ame Oov* 
erjinnen* wmjlrt earrr mit tta huge 
‘Cring developttieni program 



A bnr* • 
a»or^, effe 
choral 



f i.ait* flghun*. ' iCoaUUoo waa tMamial Xor con'*,'^ * ***^*f^ v,on * who 

'i't-diarid. hef.a Ol AEANir.K ihdUitrial expanxion, Mr later became chief fa<^ 

•iv»rii« rw..* ih. — -i-u,. .. Anecomb alaled that the Aluduiiuni KTkRTFf) AA CLTIlK 

■ CUiiTut w zimnn had rami^ .mPor k **1 apend , Mr Munro began hb biwlne« ex- 

•deni Mr larted on every one of Ha ruWle ‘ •> » 

t'v R A orohoaaU, he aald and fhia waa the **F ^ npeumg up BrtUah Nnrtfi Amertra here and 

Mr b«vi guarantee ihai ihe lame Oo»- ‘*** ^ UtFf he xerved'ai Portland and Qpn 

errmnent wnijld earrr mit tta huge All tha company warned waa Pranriaco 
-•'Neririg developtueni program water that had been flowing how’ll After IE yeara tn the banking 

"Ppeared Briluh Columbia, be aaid. had thej'*** hllla inu> the aaa lor thoueanda bualneaa, Mr Munro acnulred a 
mf«i advanced aa well aa. Ihe moai '”^ rear* he mM. and foe that they fuirtnarahip in the newly • formed 
- ^ , — l*®’“d pay Ihe u<mai r^HUal and tha victoria Machinery Depot, now a 

^|w *|> I A ***” major shipbuilding Arm 

II I l\ I^W III 1 W I An-u’onib- w«.- .upi«trted by Mr ^liuiro alao waa a format 

■ cil In I ll I M IT £i g trll 3 Mine* and Mtuiiripaj AfTalra Minw* 'd,r^ u*f of the Victoria VHtarf A 

j. J , let R O MaenonaJd whoiemarked 'wafehnM.e C-* Ud . and Ihg Pa 

lOlIll I’l'AkwAaiif «k| leaii ^ ^ 'Clfle WIialliiR O. . I id . Iin,. a.u.m' 

*4 I III I I L>tlllallUII rabuiai maeiuMt* you would bud it meimn the bualneM aniv:- ^ ib|. 

very diffl> uU ut dis'inquiah ihc r„y half a century ago 
• pretiy u, (h* miuual group# of the com- 'heep from the goaiii * fOl SDID t'OMPWT 



Li"hl Oprra ‘Paris Kemlezvoiis' 
DrijlIil.Tmiplitl I Nesenlallon 



leading la»h • ' • "i Mu- 

premiere of the V' ' ' • ' t»petn 

Cofppant • • Pan* 

WenO»#v"ii< < ' irorcii 

<■•1 #«#nir<t 

Mad*m» • 1“ . • 

• • •*|lhor «itd Hirrri- '*.r p*-. 
d'leMon. ta to he ern 

rba •eor* and r . • . on 'tie 

•eta 

t oir » nil I ION raioi) 
l/>ll>ae Me" • ■■•# m'J.-;:' 

•'Udent. h«* • : ^ e grcid dir- 

Men and alng* «"'• r^nce and 



pretiy to ih# miuiral group# of the com- 'heep from the goaiii ’ 
g.Mid mitnitv H# war not alway# audible At.AIS'bl PA( r 

#. 'he aiidience ^ 

r'i; »-•»' M.nin .. Unh . ..r*., 

h.. . («..h.n.or. y.l.. I:'*""';.,'" 
ifOrri, ^ line wUh the w«ehe< of I 

which ' well ehox* a\erace He 

move* willi aboiM ih* #Ui|* Ihrv art uo» hio' 

“ bo*. ^arudk.ii in til# apoken L'.mniuni#rs 

’ I"- line, and I.#’ eaoclUnt, dlrUtm •" f*h"w 



I tn IIKlI he founded 'tie *Vklurta 
remuujed u»e •uiurn>e inai suiir.itery C<» . reiiniig 

* f»ie O.C P in cobven'um had re* troiii <%nuv# biuJnea* Bome years ago 

iin a* Boh a atreef voud j^r rent m up- randetH-e of !iu 

bw##.harirf>re vot< e IT ** \ ?' i '* *ia Mr A J. Nigh'uigale, 

• ho.# .^er.c. Me IVW r.U.Uton# Av.nue 

-• #bo.M rh* #U.* ” *hrv t# uoi h....h*. ...m _ .. .,v „« »re -• uio. -r tCc. 

in til# apoken L'.mn.unu.s he -..-. n 

e.ociunt, OlTUon '»>•> •" rerUlHy fiUlrw 

Of PROMIBE Arthur Aah, Liberal Coalinop ean- wid'-w of th# famo'i> pionrci 

•# the r.i.v Qu#en ‘*’**'* iUo apoRa at *,.^mboai r.piain of Norfhweet 

lu- and iBi.^ a* mee»Tht ■tcesaing the impor- ,nri Mr. B p Rui.ei widow 

warmih and rnlor member of WHh nfihe founder of R P Ri»he A fin 

r roune wneer of getting om to »ole aaamat pi.meer ^h1pplng a n 1 ineuran- e 

Twn» -un# oc geUIng Old thflf 

_ - frieuda and their fnenda' frienda. ' wi,r,ee«i .iii w. h«io bi 



ariUtry Aa th. —king . V * *^"**^' 

fame .Dd fortune In Pirla. who f t P»^*d th# Aud^' 

dream# of adriine ’ '• in her vivacity and her it^rful 

world Uirou.i. ‘ - ■ • •• RnUft Her voire U powerful, and 

Y.llowlee. ha* bart.one numhen , .fled for.h appUuee 

rolea with laiiur Muah'.r wbich-with 

more eaperleorr .r,* u pr,.M.r- *** i ‘ 

tlon ahould makr -• *iuUltUm ' nrce*Miy fur eom- 



itne. and h«' exoefUnt. dirtirui 
msf.y n or pROMigg 
Iona Burn* •# rhe 
'• the prn|''g»!» and la'c' 
Vivtepn# haa warmih and n 
and la another young Unger 
i-'omiae 



If Ihrv art uoi hiMihei ><.m 
aoe# of the Cnniniuniai* he :i 
*llve> are rerlaiHy (aJIi.w ii«v«jcra 



iNoled P\|MTt 
On W 11(1 Life 
Dies in Lily 



(With her vivecity and her Colorful vw • Y 

i-miunie Her voire 1 # powerful, and g SlPf ^M 5 IT 

h*r numhera railed forih applause “ t-lV/O w llcll 

TV..P ggr of (he wriola production a > v • ■ 

wwl tbO «gw. and the wiita between I aa |t a aa |«« *| 1 1 % 

'■ei>en h.n 4 The nrcejuiity for com- ■ ■ ■ * J llJIIIIClIl ^ 

, plfie cUgpiir of nwtume for a large ® 

Z 7 :rr On > omi na l ion 

tVularly in the aerond art, where H‘ 

••oiild have been rofutderably tight- Esquimau Liberal! arid Progrea- 
ened to advantage, and there wu | Oonaervallvea were reporferi 
audible prompting, which la dla< ' mterday atlll to be aparrtog over 



firm 

Funeral •#»»»*•*. will be held at 
2 30 pm TYiuraday from McOall 
Broa ’ Funeral Chapel 



trying detaila of a Joint Coalition con- 

r The dance r^Mnev were from the nomiruiUon nf a 

Florence Clough R. hool of the dance. .^n^Malo In the provincial elcnion 
and Ihe wee falrie* m the priMogae 

?ot special applause all for them- icported to be du. 

pjvf, I ctiMdng atrategy with a view to 

TKe performance u being re- victorioua in whai U 

•aled pmiglu ai 9 IS :■» -he Club to be a hard-fouthi ' vue 

irocco The *urhe*ira leader wu Liberals have chnacil the 

wnmander Be**m member, Charles Beard. Tlie 

Progreasive C>naervaUvea have 

« ^ ^ selected E V Finland, aoij acrnie 

wkl*t 1 Itl I ifl' * member! jof the par'v have m- 
Fwlll 111 \illya tirnated tEat If Mr. Finland duean't 

e I gft the Coaittinn ncmilnatlon he 

( ’ I) „ I 1 1 ti *w •'*** •* • itraighi Conservative 

i* I i lllll^ Progrcaalve Conaenauves In Ihe 

^ I Metchoaln dlatnrt will meet to- 

\ 1 I * ^ I select delegate# for tha 

fCcHI <11 »)») Jol# eonvemiotk F C Blake, previ- 

‘ denP of the dis^icl aaaoclation. In- 
Leahe C. Pelhiig &5-year-old na- dlcaied veffterday .that each dele- 



Mr* Kli/abe'li Me 'Ciule well- eivex 
known Vlcb.ria win! , w .-.inserva- *nie performance la being re- 
UttiUsi died M. fif):* .i f; ilJubllre pealed pmiglu ai g IS -he Club 
Hnepital. diroccM The *UThe*tra leader wu 

An Internal i..!!' -kji .. : ■•iihnrl- Commander Beaani 
tty on moaaaa axHl |goipi>da. Mra — 



Mackentii- waa pre.-iden> .of ilie 
Society for »he Preaervatlon of 
Native PlatiU. #<’l.j;nnan of the 
'■ommlllee in rharg*' of Ui* -flix”. - 
l»l>’ Cluo and convene; -r reerr*- 
(ton In Uie Local Couneli ot Women 
LONO enr RiSIM.VT 
She had been a resident «f Vic- 
toria aince 1930 

During the Ore.u War. Ura Mac- 
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xrnair aceo *ry lO ab w. uivai*^ rr^iriuar .viihi eacn oeje- 

agrlculfural W »rd th« ominty Uve aon of Victoria and a veteran gate would go to the meeting wKh- 
of Emcx. Her cxitetienr. «u again, iranaportatlon figure, died suddenly out anv rommltment for Finland or 
nf uaa during the W'lrld \i^r when Sunday afternoon at hla Summer anyorve eUe 

•he acUd In an advL— ry cecity to cottage it Bhawnlgan Lake Bald Mr Blakr* We want to »ee 

a local commltue of experu on farm Ha waa educated at Victoria Weat the Cnwtition preserved '' 
production. Bchool. « 

More recently, ahe waa aaaocUted Mr Felling began bla tranaporta- 
mainly with the Recreatkvnal Coun- tlon career with R«^ RIthet A Oo^ 

cll of Greater Victoria nf which the American Mill Line, and Pacific J aw^ «* 

“Slgty-Up»*,Club for eldrrly people Bteamahlp Co., and became well- | T Po 3F VO|J 

laanoffahoot known w U h . bualneaamen and * ww*a^w*wo, j v# 

Baaldea her huebaod. Mra. Mac- iranaportatlon organtwilona. 
kenMt U eurvived by two daughter!. Later he waa amoclaUd with ^ 

Mra. Verity OolUna Hawaii and George Paulin, local repreaenuuve 

Mn. Helen Oabrunu. New York.^ the Northern Pacific Railway and ^ 

and a 9on. Mlddlgj^m, of Victoria the Black BalPFerrlea » 1 ^ ^ A I 

«..N«n rA««<m. A 

In IM3 he Jolnad Yarrow* UA. 

I ^ I and wu employed u Umekeepar at 

lo rurchase m 

Pacific Club , m 4W - 

PniA Ar Nl'CfaxtM Beeldee hi! wife Hagm. and daugh- m ' M 

I U»CI Marllm. at home. 1U4 Glad- 

j atone Avenue, Mr. Petllng la eurvived 
Tha Provinrtal Govemmaot hu by three alaUn, Mra. W. 8. Wooda' 

•uUiorUed the DC iK.wer r;omml*- and Mn R A Shlelda. both <tf V>c- ' ** • 
aion to buy the etecin>'aj durtrlbuUon' lorla. and Mra. Bme.*i Caaey of 
ayatem at Dawann Cmek for I300.000 Olympia, Wuh . and tw»i broth#* 

It wu annoonred \«-'-.erday by lowrence of Victoria and Gilbert of ' M ■ \ 

Premier Brnn jnha«on Seattle I wW 

He aald it wa« the imenUon of Funeral aerviree will be held at ■ ■ A J 

tha eommiaalon to enlary# the ex- I 30 pm. Wednesday from Sands ■ J 

laUng plant lo meet Ua needa of Mortuary Ltd. Rev George Btddle M 

the preaent 1,300 ettatomm and to will officiate with bunal In tha Row - - - . . 

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a full report on all matten pertain- 
ing 40 remnatnteUon of Cratgflower 
and Admirals mada 'Esqulmalt re- 
cently reoelved a tlg.OOO Frovlnctal 
Oovemment grant to help pay for, 
reconatructlOQ of the two roada '■ 

Properly Deals 
llil l\ew Peak 
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Vali^ of pnipeiiy traoaaUkma m 
Victoria reached an all-tune high 
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•ate rtf Rpeni'er'a deperfnteni •(« r# 
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Maj 10. 1949 



Lulies' Auxiliaries, (Canadian l^j;i(m, Convention Opens 



(ntin M«y 16 to U. ai a uif^iUif 
of iha council h<>id at the YWCA 



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C(>ruiUph where Mra. E Swan, 
provincial prcaident Mr' D Mc- 
Culloch. Britannia Branch pre»i- 
denl. and MrA V. K McDonald. 
Pm Patna pre>.iflem. placed wreat,hB 

Yeaierday. rooming ahort ad- 
dresMw a-rre Ktven by Mr D. MvKee, 
provincial aecreian. Mr ^ Van 
Slyke Britannia Bratirh previdetU. 
Mr, H B. Kmghi. Pro f’atrta preaj- 
denl. Mr L. ^|cldhou»e. Naval Vet- 
erans preMdent. Mrs. O. Colquhoup 
Veterana’ HriApltal AdxUlary. M>m 
K Gray, Nuralnf Slaters preMdent: 
Mlaa D Hooper. Ex -Service Women* 
praatdent. 

M», Carl Sa!'' |)ie..nlom V' i.. 
District Council, addre — -i 
meeting and a^ked drlegalr • jn- 



Kmilv J(Mikin,son. \ll)wl Fooze 
W(‘d al Si. \mlre\v's I’re.shvterian 

The marriage «a^ »*'lenmiaed maid, choae Jllilr blue with malcmnf 
qmrtiy at 7 o'clork Saturday night, braddresa and ahe carried a bouquet 
Ai St Andrew a Preabvterian Church harmonlxlog iweet peaa and 
..Ih U W M.Lr»n wrforn.- ^ 

ing the Ceremony, of RmUy Olivia During tie ceremony MUa K 
younawt daughter of Mr and Mra »ang “O Promlae Me.- while 

r. O. Jenkinson, Brentwood, and m, c. C W’arren 4 jreaided at the 
Albert T Tooee, son of the late Mr organ. 

and Mrs^ M A Tftoae, London. i^t^r a reception waa held at the 
England. home of the bride'* parents, follow- 

Escorted by her lather, and cajry- 
mg a hniii|tiri of red meea and lily 
of the vallev. the bride w»- charm- 
mg*in while aatln atyled with Illy 
point aloevea Small pearls set tu 



A primrose ‘ m>< a rose hiji a 

member of the lierh family. 



Irish Belleek 
Cups and Saucers 



Delcgstr* to (he annual convention of the Car.e^an Legion. Britiah Columbia Command. B E S L . Ladies' Auziliariti. in scaaion here until 

Wednesday, are pi^ltirad following yasterday morning's meeting 



Mrs Wnrdipan and Ida, Vr*' «?roplo.vmeni of young 

J. a Nlchob. Mr?. E. A. Waller. 'Mim 8 J. Roberta, matron of the 
Mrs Oilberi L Brown and Barbara, Veterans' Hospital, exteodrd an 
■ind Mlv-ra Mary Horan. R.';^ Cam- open invitation to the deiegatea to 
<j«n. Rita Rfidger. Muriel Knight. vbiU the hospital 
VVf and Doruthy Waller and E r<.v Doi^plaa Kcndrll gave the 
'* '**’ *' Invorallon which wa,«. reapotuled to 

Mra A H and Mrs A 

-• Brawn entertained at a bridal P"**^!**^'- Provincial Command, 
-‘•'’wer during the lea hmir Batur- At the a/ternoim ae.vuon Mra V 
day at. Old# England ino. bqui- Bcott. Ponoka. Alta . waa welcomed 
malt, in honor of their nleoe. Mlaa A( the buaineaa arafion Mra. D 
Evelyn Jt vee Cunningham, a May Mclennan announced that Oomin- 



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cretioii of Uie imlividual auxtlmries rled pmk rarnanoiiA an^riaeet [waa 
whether they were to be accepted as M'— Katherine Llltle. g.<i brides- 



Mr iiMd Mr* H* :. .' D Kanrey 
Sia and family have mmed p. iheir new 
home at 30 Sylvan lane. Chmaalc* 



Mr and Mr' John B SUrrat have 
returned to their home In Seattle 
aftar spendlru; several days In the 
elty. 

• • • 

Mr* Thnmaa Dickie ts leaving 
Victoria tonight en nnjie to White- 
home. YT. %here she will make 
her home 



Plan \nmial Dance al (irvsfal (»ardcn 



Mrs John Walter Fkll ' apend 
tni a holiday with her parent*. Mr 
and Mm J H. .Defve* Mrlaren 
Btreet Oak Bav 

• « • 

Miw N. Gye and MIm f A Oye. 
MBS. ha^e arrived from England 
In Victor; . '•n a hmg vlali with their 
alater. tfv lh*n- Mrs Thacker, 257ft 
Lanedowne Rf'wd. * 



Dt and Mr* Arihu^ Lynch, with 
their daughters. Mlaa Patricia and 
Mia* Mamie Lynrh. h»v* returned 
to Ihelr home in Vancouver after 
uperolmg a few da^ here when they 
atayed at the Emprewr H^tel 
• • • 

Mr and Mr*, P L. Hnnur. 159 
c5ok Btrrcr are leaving lor New 
York today, fr'irn where ‘U»ef wi- 
m 11 aboard the 8* BriUnn:= for 

England They will refuni on the 
A<|>iltanU In September. 

• • • 

Member* of the Venture Club 

bald the annual Mother's f>ay tea 
In the lounge at the Einpre** Hotel 
■ w Sunday afterTioon Mr* J ^ 
KlmmlH prmided at the t< ^ um* 
ThoM present Included Mr* C W 
Brooke. Mrs J. A Latdlaw. Mrs 
I W P Jackaon. Mr* W CTelghl«Jn 
Mra B J HanU, Mr* O E Dey. 
Mra M. Harrla Mrs M P Rlandy. 
Mra fN J. Edmonde and Mianea E 
Brooke. J. tAPurtunr. M Bnmke 
M. taldlaw. M Harrla. M Day. J 
Rlandy and D, Jarka^m 
• • • 

On Sunday afierrwon at 8l Mary's 
Church. Ven, Archdeacon A B de T. 
Nunn* ofllriated at the chrlalening 
of the Infant daughter’*’f Mr. and 
Mr*. P.,0 Taylor The beby re- 
Oflved the names Kar^n Marie and 
godparent* are Mr and Mm P. W.^ 
Reevm and MUa J^woert Kowbnth- 
am. all of Vancouver Following the 



Eaton’s Remnant* will hold their annual dam* Crystal. Carden on Tuesday. May. 10 Hoatesae* 

for the occaaion will be the women members 4 * the Remnants, all of whom served in the various 
Women's Services during the World War. Pictured above, front row. from left to right, K. Holmes, 
K. Curtis, Stella Leask and Isobe! Moir. Back row, E Hunt. A Fletcher. C Lament. A. Ccrhtrdt 

end T Amot 



Pear Street. MIm Bat; ra Blown 
presided at the meeting. 



The aandal U the moat ancient 
type (if footwear 



Plana for yw annual flcrwer show 
*nd aai* of work will be made at a 
meeting of Luxlon and Happy Val 
ley Women's Institute t<> be held In 
Luxton Rail Tuesday at k pm 



ECONOMY-PRICED 

PERMANENT! 



Navy League Chapter. lODE, 
will meet at hradquarters Friday at 
2 pm. 

1 • • • 

Ri'val Club will hold a ruinn^age 

*ale In the Public Market on Wed- 
nesday at 7 am 

Christ Church Cathedral Women's 
Parish Guild ivtil meet In the guild 
mom Friday at 3 30 pm. 



Canadian Daughters League. A' 
■erobly No, ft. will hold a ; _ ine 
and aricial meeting In tl>r Uusinc 
and Professional W'luena CUii 
Rnnm*. Tuesday at k pm. 



Lngajremrnts 

jtlr'pnd Mr* R Pretie. formerly 
of Ottawa. Ont . now resident of 
2509 0»)vemment Btreet, Victoria, 
announce the engagement of their 
daughtsr. Busan Joan, to Mr Albert 
Henry WelU. ton of Mr and Mrs 
<1 A Winter. M30 Cralgihlllar 
Avsmw. VklrtfU. The wedding will 
lake place at Bt John's Anglican 
Chureh’ on .*9iturday, June II. 



Cspltwl City Trii>p!^ No 3S 
Pythikn auter* will hold a rum 

mage sale Wedr.. '*y at f A.m l 
*he Hard of M'*r*ng llafl, ISli 
Douglas fUreet. 



8t. George's Ladw* 
bom Bav. will meet 
TTiursdsy at ) 10 pm 



Guild Cad- 
In the. hall 



Swssame Dey* 
HAIR-DO . . . 

a»*e* Tae y Ml 
• M rraaS 
AlvaVi 



Quadra P >T A will hold the an- 
ual meeUng .->’i Toeaday al 8 pm 
t In the arhonl audllorturo. Repnru 
of the past year's sctivttie* «U1 he 
given and Hie election of ofTtoer- 
fnr the mmiiig year 



prince*.- Aletandn Lodge No 18. 
Daughters of England. srUl mret in 
the Orange Hall. Wedneaday a 
TaSO p m 

'I « * * 

I. fli. Marun'a-in-the-PieRij Evrnirut 
W a' aril) meel al the home of Mrs 
Q P Harding. AM Cowper Avenue 
on Tuesday at • pm. 

• • • 

The Daugiilera of 81. Oetirge Vic- 
toria Lodge No. 81. will meet )n (he 
K of P Hall. Cormorant BIreet 
May 11. at 8 pm. 

• • • 

At a meeting of Margaret Irvmr 
Evening Aualliary held recently at 
the home of Mrs. W. Rill, plana 



Here they are! Wondpr^I new 
diamonds of TyiisI Th^'re the 
remit of wartime reeeercb but 
they couldn't be brought to 
you until new knachinery wae 
designed end built. Now 
they’re ready! 

There'e nothing in the world 
juel like theee new diamondfL 
Look at them . . . eo ahimmer- 
ing white, eo aheer, ao tiny! 
They hok di/Terent from any 
other aoap . . . they aci differ- 
ent . . . they ore different. 

They’re ao much fsater! 
See the littie diamonda hurel 
into Alda at the touch of 
water. 

What rich audg, too* 
Thick, abundant 



euda that laat and laat. Com- 
pere them with any other euda 
you’ve ever oaed^ They’re 
richer’ 

ThMe new diamonda of I^x 
do mfie for you. They actu- 
ally remove aotl other typea 
of auda can’t. Leave thinga 
cleanpr. freaher. 

And they keep waahahlee 
lovely ao much longet! Your 
■tockinga— even aheer nylona 
—laat twice aa long. Hundreda 
of taata prove thia. Tliat'a Uke 
getting an extra pair of nylona 
every lime you buy a pair! 
So get your new I.gix diamonds 
today. You can be sure that 
anything aafh in water ib aaf# 
in thw new box. 



Mr. snS Mrs Bsrl* DaBW Hplccr. 
M Lswta Strvvt. Vlctorls. BC. wish 
’o announce ih* frvgagyincut of 
ihrtr jrmingaat daughter. Pairirla 
Margam Mlngar, in Mr. Charles 
Hughaadon Smith, .only of Mr 
and Mrs. Douglas Hughcad'm Bmilh. 
491 Conatanr* Avrau*. Esqulmkll. 
R.O.. and grandfon of tha lats Rnr. 
Charlsa Wallm and Mr* Walters, 
of WsrUlngton. Oxfordshlrv Tisa 
marrlags wlU lak* place on Friday 
May 3a at 7*10 pm in Chiigt 
Church Calhfdral with the Rev 
Canon On)*man offlclaUnt 



Rf talks a Parish Outld mst^ln 
'hs Parish Hall Fhdsv wltti Mrs A. 
Btarsndnn presiding Arrangmisnt*^ 
wem msds for ths sals of ticked 
for the play "While the Bun Bhlnrs" 
at ths t.ttti* Thaatr*. May 30. 



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WruthL, 33. who plmdad culUy to hind Salvauon Anny haadquartan 
a chargf* of brcakiitt and rntarlrid imnc t*o snots when ha did not 
Aifxattdrr Mouirs on April 30. and obey the officers command to stop 
who had a previously good record, wright said U did not niwd 
waa sentenced by Maglstraie Uonel ^oney. He claimed he had dnmJt 
IWvof.Potts m police court to a at a dance he attended, 

determinate term of tour mojKhs In ,,ldch got him into the trouble He 
Nrwhaeen. and to an Indfierminaie he could not recall much about 
term of two years In the ume tn- m, incident 
stltutlon. Corporal Arthur Vi«k«T». 

prosecuted ^ 

-1 hope UlU dc_ you some good.* I /ai|..| As*/|||ltw 
the «>urt addart Wright had a Job " tsHIl I /mi illllln 
aa a tnirk swamper, and was a I c 

iTiiir1\ru»ei 



Vancouver Island Neus 



From Colonist Corretoondeots 



reputation ConsUble Donald OolQU* 
houn found him Inside, the Aiax- 



NANAIMO, May 9 -A Lliarge laid 
by Inspector Vemob Plant of the 

SIDNEY BARBER SHOP BJ*.C A hare against Arthur Krug r 

New Owen, Cs« Beecoe i Fewrtli ParksvUle that he abandoned 

r«ea<ee*. auuB»«tT c*BiMUan«rr fouT pupplsa in dlstiesa, was dU 

• ^ fllaii 

Th« eu<» yeg rer. (Ui. («i bair missed by Magistrate Lionel Beevor 

PoiU in police coun. It waa the first 
caae of Its kind since the 6 J*CA 

was organised here. Ini^iertor Plant 

««o •! I i> It II ft Ih court several complaints 

nutld ILL. rayroHt |had been received, 

^ ' Evidence was given by Harr\- 
Dodds. Mrs. Margo Bowden and Mrs 
1 ,’taabeUa Bearlato. all of Victoria 

FARM , Mr. Kruger, and his compsnpu. 

Berllle Hokensen of OyBler Bay dls- 
CDCCU i,|lrlct, leAtiflrd they did not own the 

rnfcdn ^pupa. They claimed they bad merely 

iW||DH stopped their truck lo play with 
DnnnHCCC •! the animal* when they noticed them 

UUUUNt^) I *t the side of the road, and the 

Mf 1 ,|C 'dofV mn»h*T had been behind a 



Huild H.C. VayrolU'* 






j,. 



I iEhr (Calontet Tu*«Uy. Msy lo. I 9<9 7 . 

('a mm Ashoy to VrvttvU 
In Two Island Fnrislivs 

J WINNIPEG. May f CFi.— Oanon loops and North Vancouver before 
' 'William Askey. for IS years rector rwtumlng hgre as rector of All 
of All Bamu, AngUraii Church heie,^.<telnu' He was appointed to the 
has been appulnied rector of the honorary»-canonry of St Johns Ca- 
Vancouver Island parfatiaa of in IMS 

■ peter s Church. Quamlchan, and »“ » chaplain to 

St. Andrew s Church to Oowichao . ^ ^ 

district I •vrv*<l oversaas to foiy year*, first 

^ , , _ . . ... 4 * chaplain of the Winnipeg Cirena- 



d>' and la'cr a» seoiar Pmtestani 
chaplaiD to the 4 th Canadian Arm* 
•red Divialnn 



FARM 

FRESH 

GOODNESS 






M ILK 



RESERVE ARMY UNITS TO TAKE OVER HALL AT DUNCAN 
PhotoKisph shows Duncsn Agricultural HsU which will be taken over by Dcpsrtroent of Nstlonsl 
Delrncc fur as« of Reserve Army units in Cowichsn dutrict. Large tree blown down by Winter, gals 
fell scrota roof of Duncsn Armoury, and guns have been stored under canvas since mi^ap. Ajricul* 
tursi Hall wnU be used for limited number of public activines and sports when it is taken over by army. 



Disc 



For IUiil(liii»s 



Caium Askey announced his raalg* 
nation as rector of All Balnts' at 

Bum to England, he was urdatoed 
I a priest in 1013 . and served as a 
cnualonary in the church dlstrtels of 
i Canterbury and York. Western Can- , 
ada MUkion From 1>19 to 1931 he 
was rector of the Pe^. Bask . An- 
glican Church, and from 1931 to 
1 1939 was rector of Christ Church. 

^ Saakatoon. 

I He also served at Winnipeg. Kam- 

Case Involves 
Valuable Dili" | 

NANAIMO, May 9 — In police 
i-wurt here Monday a local man 
pleaded guilty to a charge of theft 
of property over the value of 93 ft 
He was remanded for aeotence by 
Magistrate Lionel Beevur-PotU 

A 9460 diamond ring aUege^v 
stolen from the home of Count 
B}ame Hieruyums Ki/cbuff of Na 
I noose district^ led to the charge 
I being laid. 

Police stated the ring had been 
I purchased by the count while over- 



Sun 

J\a^ 

VINITIAN BLINDS 
tsi* uttsvKi svasit 
roB ran rsviuvrse • 
PHONI B 4121 



CASHMIRi BOUQUET ^ 

7 ^^ ^Jfl, 



prepare lo he kitaad ..wbca 
your liPi iparkle *tib mie- 
(cmcbcu Pink Mitt Lipfock! 

Hi Isnktiin bs»e keep! vour 

*elvei-imootb,*ki*«ahlc' ; 

-m Mmichtnt a«W ffaegr 



^ fence nearby. j remilUng here during the Winter, wv* |w| stolen from the home of Count 

r. , w » . . ' , l\ ia • p I Duncan now boasts of one oL I 1 1 r |;|t1W iBiame Hieruymui Ki/cbuff of Na 

I nil n love panfif .Milkt;., , fi If 111111^**111 lariOIC . the ftociVTOserte uniu on the Is ^ ■ lUlin i nocae dutrlci» led to the chargr 

rre,utty-nch lexliirc . . . a ^ f >OM I Yll fl«S §i(lli > Mil ■#! ILl^ land. A limited number of social I betog laid 

tr.->.i:«i*/i 1 ^ ... ..... ! * .activities and sports wUl stUl be I* II I I ill I 1 gYk:? Police stated the ring had been 

irrali.t.d 10 .At r*»a CHEMAimis. M.i 9 "" \ , aJUrwrt In Ih. hEll It h« b..n I U I lUI I Mil liyS | pu,th««l b, ih. «mnl while nVK- 

«''e,i«.ura of f-— (IncM . . . clubeooms planned by Chamtinus DUNCAN. M»y 9 -li •. reported (aken over. »...«•» tA « sea* dunii« tha lut »ar >. an m 

keep .indcfimiely! Try *ome ft,i. «uh s«au *for T7ft perimi. premise* will be .sented wragg will represent the cUy ol 

tnria.v. iTher, wlU also be cloak "^ooma. to the Federal UlvrM T ’ to whe^l^^^^ 

^ ^ ^ drasaing , tof «»• f-Tthcomtog elscUon cam-, qj, ^ They will alao attend 1 hlld 

DAr^lFir^v Mil Tooma. Tht basement will eohtain a banquet to be tendered by the 

•^^Ill^ iVlILiXa barber shop, oinces. recreation' *_* * City CouncU to civic and Oovem-' River ^bool rtll hold 

, ^ ^ . room, furnace room, men's and wo-i Ouoctti City ^ouncU will to- ^ a aperts day on Friday. Arrange- || 

Irndiafed and Vacuum Packed atut sirU-n and < ■' u- ’ - v.-rsi Gowti- ... ,ment ^ve been by F I Art I .ArOllPF 

'iiHtua ' town tr.trr:w‘rf..vj a wamfr* light ^ . 'j. Chinn principal ^ ■v.rvra vsiivi 



Cashmere Bouquet LIPSTICK 

Key-T ite 

CEMENT and STUCCO PAINT 



lUfiimiMiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimini 



0*V.O OL.PHANV 

h.l.h -'»*-• 



aWTHU" 



o. aiMMia 



*OWWAN 0 4 -- 






will al- be placed at the corner of 
I I Ingram St^fct and Canada Avenue. 
>1 <near the new fire hall, to acquaint 
'motorisi.v when fire englnes*are ap- 
f : proachlng. It h expected that the 
jnew fire engine ordered earlier this 
'} jyear wUl arrive in time to take part 
I I in the July 1 parade. 



ment' ^ve been by F 

'j. principal 

> Schuot grounds on Btuait Island 



The drive lo raise funds for a » . v, ^ . 

•a,. ... Bchuot grounds on 6 tuait Island 

oommim ty centre is under way a_ 

u m ch.r„ - -“rrss, *“ • 

of a group of experienced sales- 
men. Pnaaa will be offered « a ^ . , , 



Pori Coroner 
Probes Death 



, jyear wUl arrive in lime to uke part Bt John Ambulance As- 

1 m the July 1 parade. socUtion campaign hM been ex 

, , , tended another week The re 

1 (■ The Department of National De.,»ponse to date has been disappoint 
^ 1 /ence plans to lake over the Agrl- Ibg. It la fall that the organisation 
I cultural Hall at Duncan for the use df«e* a lot of good In the commu- 

1 'of the local units of the reserve nlty A large part of the money 



l.ake Cotvicliaii 
Loses Pioneer 



PORT ALBERNt. May 9 - Al a 
coroner's inqueat held here Monday 
to Inquire into the case of William 
R A. Orahatn. who died tn i 4 )e' 
West Ooasi HosptUl last Saturday' 
momlng. a vardict nf death from 
self-inflicted gunshot wounds waS' 
rendered 

Evidence produced at the Inquiry 



A Beouhtol ood Pf'Mecti»e Cor,; . j 

CINDfR BLOCK. CONCRfTE eei BRICK 



STOCK REDUCING 

SALE 

BARGAIN PRICES 

ncu l.„il 

WESTERN PAINT 

(••I UU <> p 

S4.25 S1.30 4e 



KlY-TITf when mi»e<J 
»*.rM wMer Q'vJ opplied 

* pOfiHi* Vif 

* -I'h -- under 

k i . — 

C sten* »b- 

ed (iif givei o hord. dur. 
o! (#, mcittu'e re% »*on» 
f-n-sh of m o V I m u m 
beouty it prevtnrt ttucco 
oM concrete wfocet 
f"Vn c / ii c ' 1 n g o"d 
C'_~V-V J It heC'imift 
part O* It" »• 'Ir.'f It- 
V^f On.i i| i.leol f.-rf ♦*. 

»f' -r «w infer uve !io 
horn#* in Kotementf. 
tn rtl-ning p.- .!» 

»o<rc- ie« etc 5 lh« 
KIY TITI - -- -ke- ^ge 

* . I furfore cover 
opp'f'Kintolt V 12' iii 

feet 



»TANpA «0 



g O • ^ 



NC CO- 



-* I^cui-c hU Mine UTrr uic n»i»- — •* — “I i AW CVkUrTCrUAM U.m a ^ ......WVKK, 

• I cultural Hall at Duncan for the use df«e* a lot of good to the ..nu-n- fnr tK* i.i/rMwin 

'of the local units of the reserve nlty A large part of the money „ . ^ «-.«l Evidence produced at the Inquiry 

army aince a large tree fell aenvu raised will be spent here on In- i-k-i.-hinr.' ' "bowed that the deceased had been 

, |h.b ^ bf krpl ™ikld, und. t.n. jn«llMl Iff.. ,n,rnooD Imwnbfbt wu '<» •»"r“ 

Thfr....m.rk.dlnfrf«to ' In Ih. Unllfd ChuKh Of bifr,. I . 

Weather Fnrreaatw , 8 omenoa. I 

_ j Mr Camel] was bom at Nowing - 1 

I ^ J " ■“ ^hamahlre. EngUrul. and moved to^ , * ~ 



sarloua mental steam for several 
months. i 



Get Cswrteewi Serrtce ang Skillei Aivtce PraiH Year 

GENERAL PAINT STORE 



forhcrOidSu^on 



Rt his Grsduation 



^erfmg sitTwr-backed Mifitary Halr^ 

Brwahee; pair 22.00 

a 

Rogibeara Sbsvemaater electric Shaver 
C« 4 d-SQe<l Drees Vt, motbar-of-pearl 



T!)av*5ile*' fimiilaled jwarl Ncfklare; 
fAO he, worn seiHirately aa nerklkce and 
bracelet 8,95 i> 

MetaJ and Li(wtkk. aseoried 

ookmrs 9.00 

Ring, lOkt, piJH, srT wiib varted svntbetir 
atortes 22.00.Dp 



= West Coast of Vancouver laUnd-'iake Cowtehan in 1911 when the 
— ■ Overcast, becoming cloudy IhU population was onlv 40 persons. He 

— afternoon. Fog banks over open t«»k up land at what U now Oold'a 

— i water Light wind*. UiUe change park. Youbou. and later was con- 

I In temperature nected with thg Sliver Leaf Mines. 

[East Coast of Vancouver Island He operated a rtgar atore at Vlc- 

i Variable clmMUness at davbraak. torla from 1913 to 19 ] g. On hU rci^ 
I rlearinc by rntd-momlng Ught turn to Lake Cowlrhan In 1919 , he~ 
winds. lllUe change In temperature entere^he logging buslnesa. i 
I j He V^ed for the C PR from 

\ T* • JAi • 1933 tot^V when Ul health forced 

imi^ \tfllininii 1 hlmdoffiire He correspondent 
Inlln .lullallllll fnr The victoria Dally Cotonlst -and 

NANAIMO. May 9 -Rear Admiral The Cowichan Ix-ader from 1939 to ' 
IH. O. De Wolf. Flag OfAcer PacjOc 1 ^- He U furvlvM by hla widow. 
Coast, took the aalule Monday night and one aon. Harvey 

I whan Nanaimo Royal Canadian! ^ 

.Sea Cadets at HMCB. Amphinn iliift ■ 

'pBiaded for the annual inspecUon/ '*•' * T/fflMI 

at John Shaw High School grounds CHEMAINUrf^ May 9 -An auto- 
Oeorge Taylor. RC 8 C.U In charge mobile driven by Henry Mangelaon. 
of the corpa Aerompanylng Hear Oowlchan Lake, sideswlped another 
Admiral De Wolf here was Capt machine in charge of WIlIMm OIU- 
J C. I Edwards, officer command- more. Chemalmw, and then collided 
tog HMOS Naden. and Ll. T>e. with a third car driven by James; 
RCN. iRi. offl(vr commanding Sea Syme. Jr. at 1 30 am Sunday, ac- 



lool^ 



in this 



eel 



Gothic 



Tan bide 6tted Dressing Case 20.00 
Othrrw 10.00 op. ' 



Bl RKS 



Cadet* of H M C^S Idspovery. 'rnrdii 
*• - - 'j P<T 

iMst Off Shin . 

J * ^ Hospl 

' SYDNEY. Australia. May 9 Cr - , 

Dennis Hamilton, 39 -year-old Ca- 
riadlan seaman, was drowned Sun- 
day when heavy seaa washed him ' 
from the decka of bis ahip. Hamil- 
ton's father lives at Fulfnrd Har 
bor. Bait Spring Island. #J 

The aeaman was a crew member mm 
of the steamer parlylt, bound from 
Sydney to Melbourne The veMei 
I encountered heavy tea* off the coa's: 

I of New South Wales near Kiama 
I whers fUmlllon was lost An un- 
fUcceMfui search was made by ihr 



mom • Losi 

UMYMT 

VMT 07 Llf.Mn WHIl 

THI MOPEL DICTAKY WAY 



SAVES AlONfy, TOO/ 

B^gin Lnarng fat of Once wHh- 
Suf $hjrvatlon, bormfuf drugs, 
loxoffvws or oxorc/s#. 

i»« suau 

I I u Mt ■ neiiTOt 

c > BtkMiwM* 

I I »wwpi» •« a-ac N wtM 

r r** *••• f a 

P"* Wmk » •» M IMt 

\ T..I If T«.r 

It aMtSal Vt ptpp 

^k N>« M*4*1 Pf w ri 

k n«t> wM StiM Kf Wt 

A ■ ,%»• a* •'•ry ItM Sa»T 

■ I >Wor StCOMMlMDlO 

w m foe oiAMOuiAS oast 

f 1 »TT). 



rnrding to Provlnrfil Police Mrs O 
J Powell, a passenger In the car In 
<^arge of Mr Mangelacto. and Ur 
Syme were treated et Chemalnus 
Hospital for shock. brul 4 e« and fac« 
and head tnjurlea Conaubft T, J 
Kelly InreeUxated. ^ 



SnirriNo 



twovfy 

Ouaan 

Noils 

Model 



tUFWORT 



rm YATKX $T 



A999AL 



And tho 

ItfUff tS LASTING 

For 'remarkably feet relic/ from bc«i- 
arhe get IwfTAwmra, For reel relief 
get ti*sTArrm*a For pro/ongMf relief 
get iMTAHTtfral 

Yes, more people every day ere 
finding Diet liecTarrrnra is one (Aung 
to ease pain fatf. For beedaebe. for 
rbeumetic pem. aches and poim of 
cnida. for neuntic or neuralgir pom 
you can depend no Iwrrajrrms to 
bring you quirk, com/ert. 

iHsrawmrg w mede hke e dector*e 
prearriplMWi of Dire« p roven medical 
ingredictita. A single 
tsbtet usually brings 
fmit relief. MmUfdd/7^ 



-f .1 41 TaMw BnM. S 9 f 



INSERTS ^ 

\ 

PREVENT ROLLINO 
OR CUTTING IN 



Light se e whisper to wear and ecimee m 
euch heavenly shadee! This Gothic Two-Way 
Streichr with the nyloa ‘Loeknit ‘ wc««e. la 
run-proof. The Cordtex inserts at the 
waist make St a beautifully Sttuig little 
gertneui thet won't roll or cut in. Ptnaly 
buiehud with e tiny ruffle around tha hottons 
~ ao daintily feminine. In white, nude, 
tea-roee. aiaiaa and blue. 

YowH lov9 the hendeeu. loo? A Gothic 
”Hfin" with the eaelueivs Cordlea Uplift 
and the Breathing Waist the hra that 
hreatkee with you. In longline etyfet. too. 

Sue these outstanding values at your enraet 
department or specialty shop today. ^ 



BOTHir 

U Ls 

TWO-WAY STRETCH 

GIRDLE 



Cofhw Tww-Wgy Sbwadi Q kd i e k 
ofie dwAikM irM dModiatfs cnokk. 




9 




~ flatUi goiomat [ Daily Cross-Word Pu/zle 



\ri \B\KH 



/*«/>//> *5 l.ittir Si'cret 



TW FIRST. FAKT rt£SLt 



WSCySO<H^»^X>J DO^ ' 
OURXXXO H6 PCRt u^ &RA>»J&.Tr 
HE'S gonna ACK COMTIUkRi' 



Uncertain Destiny 



•I 

I) iiA« L««nA«r 

4 U«ii b»>*r«(« 

ik Hirdii t ‘-» 

Lusdik roJ'ir cufT j^ing her ’*•••»• •!■*• 

^ It fMiti 

i:nl t-. rnat’.n’ About the j: if-.t -r* 

rM L 3»ene. i*. OArt t^T *» 

rr&'' lii'-ii' •'i.'Qaum»( 

M NiMtr ««(rh 

• f'.*Xl fmiir to a ‘••'■u b*Iore >" Amutu » Cf»ni« 

• . » N"!*- «f r*> 

'•• ai<‘iT*mp.i' h over.ooklog <• j, 1,„ ,i,mf>, 
Utf 8u ;v »->-.r»edi Lir.d« "’’f 

til ’!.*• lriii*ff.-j’.vf liioby end j* i»i»rA 'nm > 

ti \ 0 .i»t them up 

I* f'iurt«?!:!{> floor with > f*"**'* »'*•' 

, i 1 • b‘l a 1 i'i Qtf 

ii-.^ U.At left UndA 'Amhzrd tu,i 



hwsL'ir, 



rMAp-fTR II 
Tu Linda* Imxtiflli n.’rd 
Chicago *••*. A rr.aj!*i*;.* I ,r, 
while ihr tax; t;M*nnK- <?ii“ i« 
«j>ed toward iU lun, 

tOew»Hj )(» ••hjl* Sirig a,. 

br»itui •^]ti".<‘rii.g ovrii.cii 

linnll. lr.vmi.g /}:..;>• n. 
*k>»cia;j':- '■x iaim'rt *i t 

when 'hr nrj* Kllmp.*. «1 

tfan 



admini 



uOOCS Like a plain 



' OlStASTEPU. rr Will BE 
POA we TO LOOK On WV poor 

' CBAO SRorMfR' MY ■* 

PLAC6 IS AfT MV M07>e»‘5l VStT/ 6C<4 
S>3C.' ICU SmCLLO HAve / RCASON 
OOOO •B«CN KR /, OiKONl 
TEAR INS A^ Ae**y/ t 



, th«' luAurlolu ( trpetmg and lovelj 
I'.ed hanging^Ai^i thp ( lirldur while £a11;, h r> * ' ’ 
cuy'upi-ed liihllv at • d'-.-r marked** 
ivd. 11403 It <i(>ened promptly, to reveal m 
and a r<jw>red maid In a trim black and 
.Div whit* unif'iini. . 

MKs PTarif/'v fSiiei'Tmg >ou,' 

'IP *he .‘•ai'l In reply u> .Sally question 
*1'' Aa tlie K'rR entered the najoi. dally 
ind- (ompletely at ease. Linda a Jt'tJe 
awed by thi.'* ^huw of aplendor, 
ja familiar ><>Ke carulrcL 

“Luui'ii . ta ihat Hally Barnea?’’ 

"Ve.'t'm, it * Misa Barnea all right,* 
the maid replied, and then, dub* 

Piiaiy, "but iherr'i Kintebodjr elae 
«-v.}j her ’■ 

* .*'nnieb«/ii\ with 



>seoP6ux>oe 

StNTLEMEN.., , 
TM* 6UN IS ( 
ST.LL IN HIS 
NANO.' ‘ ' 



MOWN 

1 C».'ir«- 

J Tl*i 

2 Rsirsrtwn ta a 

lYp* 

4 Ci'»*i«lAn >pl , 

^ Wtia:’ < 

• Td fuIfUI 
7 V«<a1 

• a«i<ir 

• Ail ■M'1114 

le T'. Ihr il.rlirFra 
il4» t 

II f»p* 

.!• ••'1(4 

It A*4lfen1 rarvir* . 
}n To dirrhargr 
13 To r«me*« 
ri l4'ei In Oataav 
Aar 

la Pirit i&an 
37 Lloe.-hradan eng 



tt lo r(P\il>c« 
at Hvat-prodncir.g 
mailrr 

ie Biothtr oi fai’i 
14 Tn dlnrlbalr 
arnantuaaaiir 
31 Itxir 

)7 Ta tuiiunuDI 
it In rralKr 

41 fariainlng ta 
»aund 

42 V>nci';.uiu aiiakti 
4J Bta<» 

44 aauaa 
41 PieoMia. 



Women’s 

Purses 



A Ahinlng red 
'i’-'id popped around a d>»>r, and to 
• x,i!<vvslun ot aurprLse and pleaaure 
dawned on the pretty fare 

’LindH! ' cried Uiane Frailer., 
ronang forward '*Thla ti a turprlaAf" 

• I pracllrwlly hftd t.. kldtU4p 
away fniin Pralrlevale. Sally 



thr Si-ntinu ntal Typv! 



iancuM' 



4a Nuabcr. 

M einun 

i' Tduientc 4*U» 



ANAwaa TO atNMAva n /ilc 



Vcoordinff to CuiluTtson 



-4 wetLO*- 
CTMT SU 
WHATwei2E 
HAVThKi 



HELLO 



IM TTfVViO TDCUPE 

S (»AtC» 1.W tCO* 

I ’K ’MS nor 

»•: Hirers Kit 



ACCORDING to the atrnngcr aex, 
the chief of thii world'i cursea. arc 
tha handy little gadgeN — the little 
women'# puracs 'Miev range up 
from thg midget one*, to auifcaae 
lire it'* true, but without (hi* friend 
of women, what arould we poor 
dria do? There are twlaut^pjn* A 
"Kleenra.” A lipttick* ranged in 
ahadea. compacta. pencils, bobby- 
pin*, ami even rarer blade*. Sump* 
and coma and mirrors, and matches 
ID their holder*, nail file*, combs 
and hruihes. and old vacation fold- 
er*. U»ed likkata for (he matinee, 
and old rec«pi* of bill*, anapahot*. 
no(ta A ahoppfng fi*t* — it's amar- 
inx hnw It ftli*. Yal I watch In 
ftacination. and I can't rewtrain a 
*milc when (he conienu of IDS 
pDiket*. he places in a pile 
preparing hia besi trousers, for tW 
ifeanrr'* van (o take. I’ll bet HE'D 
Ilka to have a purse, to hold it alli 
. . THE FAKE. ' 



agra 



ftnuUi won (he trick with the jack.® 
South now led aiiother heart to 
dummy and ruffed a heart with ttv 
apade three He returned tu the 
dlarfumd king and led the last 
heart. Laat had to follow suit, and 
South ruffed with the spad^VT. 
Now South cashed ^ummy'a'' wp' 



b;l.e j.-f,,'ur.d djamallcally 

Uiks in the Prairie* 

t si<‘ library'' VS’iia* L>pic* we had* 
rtUd 1 i"!h''5 Mli'J all the 
^'. andal. ' She taugited aivAri>>u:>ly 
I Used to rKaggeratr niy opinlona 
jiL** m ffr Linda s nhtvked exprea- 
.«i'UUi. and watch her ggAp In amaie- 
nient berau.se ahe thought I we-'* 
bold and hra/.rn Didn * you, Linda? 

WJien (he other girl proteaied 
feebly, Diajir hiigk'ed her. ‘Never 
rtUiid diiru*--; ‘l*he topic,* of con- 
veraanoii nevtr vary, but I promise 
I wt-n i shf.ck you with my ideas " 
Si> motioned lo her rtlmy neg* 
lUve ! I )ual Aiildird liavUig my 
br-Akfaet m ixd ' rhe explained 
> if >ru'll fu-iLte me. Ml get 



WHAT^ OOlHuOti 



sw^etM 



‘ iT> wm -j 
SOfTC^ARfi 
I rifCTiONOr A i 
HARPy WOMASy 



iNTfclKXlR RA: ( ‘ Asn ^1, ■■ viii t 
Vli HfC SOMCTHINiV$ HAPflNIO 
TOME I- tPAL^‘* 

II y* '.•■f Bt A FIB' 



•C Southern. 
Admiral* Kd 



rliiba and led a third 'i^wul of that 
suit. East ruffed witR' tlie 



apade 

ten. but declarer did not commit 
the grlevoua error of over-^fflng 
-he almpiy dUrarded his losing 
diamond. 

Obvluualy. Bajt aa.s now hooked 
Only two cards were left in all 
h*nda. 



^^nuLn-ur' 

AIN’T THA T Til T. 
UWTH>?>^ I /tope ihc 
author won't mind nf* lum/* 
itnihing in a plug hrfipeen fb>o 
of her poenii, *i ou»e rioP* l/iuf 
the Summer /toi umrcii Ji'e 
ynffo tell you B'f /lafe a fen- 
of the famoiit “A7<OS’/ • 
KlS'Ct” he re/rigerolofs left. 
7 /leie hnid a great hig hunk 
of rte. are /<o;i»ooi min- 
iated, and the door i/iufj a>ti/i 
a TfiroL'p thui^. /mt like m a 
plug-in type . heudet loti 
of people prefer , , . ItT.. 
7 ^ew* are stme . , . piiried 



East's were the Q*7 nt 
tnimp*. while declarer atlll had the 
K*« of trump* All South had to do 



the Alam South's holding. In the 
light of hla partner's strong bidding. 



JOHNNY ll\/AKI> 



"I gueaa I'm Ju»t nothin* out a wife, "BabiM anj animals kwe her. 
onthtnT' aersgnia fall down and w irahlp 

~You have aomethUig Diane has her " 
never had.'* B^y observe^ brightly. Yet. despite her -tinuduy, those 
'We both have something more who where able to break down 
precious than all ot plane's glamour. ' Llnda'.s reaervr /ound a sweet, r*nUe 
and that’s k)ve 



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WAV.. WHEN I CAME TD, 
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TUOUCH / 



In all her twenty- ' girl, generous and loyal to a fault, 
four years Diane's never loved any- ' Whaf* the inaUer, Linda? You 
one but Diane ' Sally patted herself aren't eating." said Diane, appearing 
ligliUy on the back ‘Tm awfully I bAlde the table, smart and sophlttU 
glad I'm Sally Barnes ' jeated In ■'sleek, black frock 

The maid was arranging chftia oni ^-^Orfa flushed. ‘‘1--I was thinking.' 
a small table near the windows ”®**tl*T aeve that for later." Diane 
overlooking the lake, and presently j will be highly 

she brought in smoking hot bacon, i ®/ip * Tfry proud of tier 

crisp toast and’steamlng. fragrant' ability " 
cups of coffee in an instant Sally Making a preten.v* of eating. Linda 
waa nn her feet ‘Does my noee »rDAl carefully. Diane 

deceive me. or do I smell food?" *'“ «n«toubtedly pretty— with wide 
she demanded - blue eye* that could be-'alate-green 

Vn^«f chuckled “y™ m. ,01, .ur. 

.. decided. Dlanr had changed since 

"Then come and get It. Und.."'^* 
ftwiiv ..n» «,.( —nn. . 4 '*“ • ceruin hardness around her] 

r®d mouth, an Indifferent shrug toi 
her slim shoulders that spelled bore* I 
dorp- The difference was not tang- . 
IWe. yet 1t was there. Even Sally 
»eem^ to setae It, ffw her eyes 
rested on Otane more than once In 
puxxled fastiion, as though the. too. 
waa trying to fathom the change * 
Diane had always been rttl^prl 
worldly In^loolta and temperament ' 
Her itrlkit^ appearance, her artistic 
talent* had set her apart from other 
Pralrlevale citiaens. Her gather hkd 
been an outstanding arUst, her 
mother a musician, totally unlike 
the suter *nth whom Diane made: 
her home following their untlmaly j 
deaths. In Pralrlevale Diane had 
been a •upprensfd, almcat tragle 



Women’s Ways 



THERE ARE SUCH * LOT «i 
little things, s woman like* to do. 
thst srt really not important, from 
her husband's point of view. Like 
talking on the telephone, wilh 
friends of this 8t that, and rencTdlng 
veil A ribbons, on la«i year's . . . 
forgotten hat. Of buying daughter's 
dancing thor*, with money meant 
for blouses, of poring over cats-, 
logue*. of all the new "Dream 
House*." The chootina of the frost- 
ing. for the *p*clal layer rake, that 
to her ton’s first party, he ha-, 
promised he will take. The planning 
of a menu, without even getting 
croea, when huhby phonee to say 
”n«*r . . I'm brinxmg home the 

boas." Like moving all the furniture. 
aiTiund from place to plaLc. end try- 
ing that new lipstick, to brighten up 
her lac* These are the foolish . . . 
LITTLE THIN-GS a woman 
lovee to do. «nd after all the other 
chores. I think . . . SHE EARNS 
them . . TOO 

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IF YOU KEEP THE 
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ROWiN' - 

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A PAL MiNg OWNS 
A GVM.' ILL MAKE VtU 
F6EL LIKE A*94£W MAN? 



ON THAT ROWING MACHINE' 
I'LL BE BACK IN A LITTLE 
WHILE ' J — TT — r 

"Tr- - i^rl CN ( »^JTt. \ 
OBHbSS^|this is 

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i thought 
I told 
> t>o to 

KEEP 

Rowing' 



It woiiH he good fortune indeed to 
he rid i>f ths( sailow, peplesi, drag* 
ged-down feeling caused hy slug- 
gish, irregular tlimtnsiion. And so 
simple to bad relief with the world* 
remmoed mperttnl gently lenuve 
KlUtCMfN. 

Kruschen'e formula t* • oetotM 
hlend of salioe minerels, similar 
to (boee found to natural waters of 
famous medicinal aprtnga. Kru*> 
chen oflert you theie four advarv* 
(ages: 

lAiy TO TAKl - Dissnlvee quickly in 
water, or yemr morning coffee, tea 



or fruit iuice. Mosr folks And the 
imall morning dose is bew. 

WOaxt FAIT — Uautilv witbin (be 
hour. Does not spoti yotir day. 
OINTII ACTtON-|(s formula Is 
heiarued to srt gently, witboiM 
discomfort. 

riMI-TIITIO — Over 400,000.000 
pMkages told throughout the world. 
<>iv* yourself a fresh start to a 
brighter foturc hy taking Kntseben 
regularly for a whila. Y<»'ll toon 
discover what it is to have that fam- 
oua "Kruschco Feeling". 25c and 
75c at all drug auwet. 



^ VICTORIA 



HKhU A NORGE' ' a gas stove 
. it*e big . . . It's beautiful . 
it*a a beauty. The owner has asked 
ua to sell it for him (it's a beauit- 
tol k^rgam) with swanky handles, 
and in gleaming whitr raamel . . 
even the broad top. Doesn't look lo 
uA like it had ever been used. If 
Inhere’* get on your sweet. |hi* 
"NOMOE* you can’t heat. Inform- 
al credit . . . taka m-o-n-t-h-e to 
p«y. 



/ AMO MOW THAT ^ THE POOR Gt/ZMAK MOT 
GOT A MOUSE I KNOW IT BUT »4rS 
MV SMART SiSTER-APRACTlCAUy HOOKED 

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THAT A GLhr WTTM A PAMCY 
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put on fUm. CntiUod ’ A Letter to 
Throe Wives." the TweuUeth Cen- 



CAPITOL “ConedUo Pacific.*’ the 
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UN lUI. (iCKTLS 
AtUe— "The tteercb. • 



(Iremep end Cherle* Cunnlnfhem 
before ixnve] of police 



UOftU.N Fred UecMurray eod 
THEATRAVCJaudetu Colbert find 
e aioment lor Inve- 
mekliic In Unlvcrsei'IntenieUonel'a 
romantic comedy, "l^unUy Honey- 
moon.** but U won't but. Claudette, 
a widowed mother, brtnea her three 



Montgomery CUfL 



Pllmed in bell 



to cinema annali 
Uant #mecjinr. "Canadian Pacific" 
itan Randolph BcoU. with Jane 
Wyatt. J. Carroll Nalah, Victor Jory 
and cxcltlni screen newcomer. 
Nancy Obon 



Pliyt winner In the recently m*tl- The injured man waj 

tuiedPr»t..-NltecomeatiattheAtla.. 

^ ^ Robert Adrian and Uaud 

and Donuulon Theatres wUl receive, .oiftlluon last nlfh 

9100 on preeeiilaUon of his photo* ' ported as sa't^actory 

graph during tonight's ^rontett on 

ttage at. the Atlas Theatre rPRSiRVI lil.lTZ C 

He Is W Edward of 9142 Rootersel XOSDON. Englond «C 
Street, wiitner of the initial cunteet ]kld out by ht 
last Tuesday during the of!-»pelb Ui 

iifto-Nlle. sponsored jointly by bombing of London will 
mansgers Marr Pre; “frrk. A'las permanent war memorial 
Theatre, an^ Msr»m Cave. Dwnin* dm was made by flrewai 
Jon Tliefttre u- held Mmulisne«iusN the O-'ldsmiih'-*. Comps 
m both theatres every TlirAdav »»Ui h*U U nearby, 
the aid of telephone ronnectlom 



TIfF ATRC engaging role co*stiU!« 

with LurralU Young 
and David Niven in "The Bishop's 
Wife," Samuel Ouldwyo s comedy 

Monty Woolley is Uir-lestured aa 
children along on a wedding trip. ; one of the problems Grant aolvrs in 
hilartousiy hindering tlie rmuance. | the cleric s circle ol friends. 



cast with Jeanne Crain. Linda Dar- 
nell and Ann Sothern in the title 
roles They play wlvea, cespecUve- 
ly. of Jeffrey Lynn. Broadway atar 
Paul Douglas In bis first fUm role, 
and Kirk Douglas 



Cspltal— "Canadian PaclAc.* 
siarriitg Randolph Scott. 
Jane Wyatt aod Nancy Ol- 
aon. 

liomlnian ’'Thunder Rock." 
I’jirrlng James Msson. 
Michael Redgrave and 
Barbara Mullen. 

Uali Bay 'The Bishop's 
Wife.' with Cary Grant 
and LoriWIa Young 
fMeon -"Pamlly H<>ncymooo." 
^uirtmg Claudette Colbert 
and Fred MacMurray. 
risca — "Ouii| Ho." starring 



Lodge Ses.'iions 



At a meeting of Vktorla Purple 
Htar Lodge No. 104. ol the Isidia' 
Orange Ometolent Asaoclatum. held 
tn Uie Orange Hall. Mrs H Dent 
Worthy Mutreu «m named dele- 
gate to attend the sessions of the 
Bight Wctrshlpryl Grand DMlge to 
be held in Vanctnnet from May 17 
lu 19 

A dcmation of IIO wa> vc*#d 4o th* 
BC. Protaatani Orphanage Itnei. 



Pl.AAA "Oung Hci.' starring 
mr.ATRE Randtdpb Scott. J Car- 
roll Nalah, Noali Beer)'- 
Jr . Grace McOnnsid In the mak- 
ing of (he picture United BUtos 
Marine Corps took vRsI parts in the 
picture 



ATLAa Montgi^mery Clift. 
IHEATRF handsome Broadway 
*■ actnr, la now hailed as 

the screen’s newest heart-throb- 
CUft plays the role of the gympa- 
thetlr American Ol. Ih M-OrM's 
m ue h-d lac USBC d drams. *^nie 
Bearch ' Co-starring la lovely Jar- 



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GUXONG. Ausirslla E"’. A !sb- Arrangsnieuu were made to hoi-, 
nc -testing machine, winch will cn- .^n apron and towel shower for th' 
able loadx up to 1.J00 pouTtdt to be baxaar at tire home of Mrs H 
applied ahowuig gauu or losses ja Thomas. 2777 Wark Street. May 27 
the strength of wool fabrics Is btmg officers’ drill practice will be hehl 
imported from Britain. . May 25 at 1:20 pjn 



Carrol Nauh. 

Ke>si ".A Letter to Three 
Wives." siamng Jeanne, 
Crain. Linda Darnell and 
Ann Bothem 



Little Stories lor Bedtime 



By tMoawjoi* m 
KAMMY JAY IS IILNT FOR 
PETER RABBIT 
When Sanuny Jay sinned off to 
hunt for PcAer Rabbit m the Oreeti 
Pi>rf.*>t, he didn't expect the least 
iouble <-r finding You see h>' 

has kriuwn Peter ao long that he 
knows all of Peter's habtu snd all 
of Peter's regular hiding piarea So 
Sammy ftew straight to a certain 
bramble-ungle on the edge of the 
Green Porest. but there was no Peter 
there, ’I’hen he flew to the nearest 
tangle of voung hemlock trees, under 
whlcli Peter rests. Nu Peter there 
The result was the ^ame ever)* 
where Sammy lo<‘ked When he had 
visited all of Peter's familiar places 
snd found n<> trace of him. Samm; 

' •pped i«i think things over. Hr 
hadni asked anybudv if tlia> l>ad 
?eeri Peter because he was afraid 
>hey woulf^ want to know why *he 
was lookiniffor Peter. Sammy didn’t 
want In have t<. anev^er any such 
questioiw. because he felt sure that 
Peter must have eonir kind of an 
Interesting aeotei and he wanted 
u> And out all htmarlf. But now 
he decided that he would have to 
ask some questions. 

First he looked up Mr* Grouse 
and ; >-kcd after her heslUt 

! BUppewa you see PvSge Ra bM V 
pretty often.’ said he la a carela&s 
waj’ tl^ t^t ' You two seem to be 
great Inends ** 

**l haven’t seen Peter Rabbit f^r 
so long (hat, T^ave alnuwt forgotten 
what he I'xiks Uke,** declared Mn 
OrouAr- ' 1 ve begun U>r winder If 
anything has happened to him He 
used to be very neighborly, but he 
hasn't been around here sliK'e good- 
ness knowf when 

It was the saipe when Sspimy 
talked to paddy the Beaver. It 
appeared (hat no one had seen Peter 
Rabbit Plnallv Sammy remembered 
a certain part of the Green Pnreat 
which he seldom visited It was a 
lonely place and no rme lived there 
as far as Sammy knew. He couldn't 
imagine any reason why Peter should 
go there, but Peter was always doirrg 
urtexpected* things and he might 
have gone there It was also (rue 
that Peter might be taking a nap 
In some hollow log. and sn Samm> 
had mlssfi^hlm, but it was strange 
that none of his friends appeared 
to have seen Pater for some time 



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TickeH at StwrraK’f — lafledea’i 
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He was quiet, very quiet He flew 
from tree to tree* looking below 
sharply 

'’Suddenly he heard a sound which 
waa quite new to him. It was a 
voice, but a voke he didn't recognise 
at ail. It se^iped to be saying ' Quit, 
quit. " Quietly Bammy stole forward 
until ba obuld look down and ser 
the very place, fioni which the vi.* 
came. What he saw made lum. for 
a few minutes, quite speechless with 
surprise Peter Rabbit was there 
Of course It wasn't Ihk- that ao 
astorUshed Bammy U was Ute sight 
of Big Turn Gobbler strutting as 
unly he can strut. Peter and Mrs 
Gobbler were I'joking on in admu- 
allon. 

When Sammy at last found hU 
voue he was m) excited that he 
stuttered 

■ P-P-P-Peler," he cried. "Wh-wh- 
who are Ihesa folks? ' 

Peter looked up and grtmied ■ 

"Hello. Sanuny'' he exclaimed 
"These are my friends Big Torn 
Gobbler and Mrs. Gobbler They 
have come lu the Green ^rext to 
live. We've been keeping It a secret, 
but now you're found it out I aup' 
poa* everybody'll know It ' 



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_ Hy HII.% IlKL MAR, _ 
r»r Tursdsy. Msy 16. >949 | 

!>>day'a Quotation; “Heaven vUl 
b* no heaven to me if I do.jiat meet 
ny wife there " - Andrew Jacluon 
Tuesday lor Ever, one: Ingenuity, 
new Ideas and methods, tad and' 
pOfaeverancr will aid you to pro-j 
freas in the work>a-day iforld ori 
In coaneeilon with parchtaea. ward* 
robe. necesaiUea I 



Look for your blrthdate and birth* 
'ign beinw. 

March 31 to April .19— (Arles) — 
Seek an alliance on a collective 
scale or with an individual. Be a 
•'food mlaer.** ^ 

April 30 to May ^-(Taurus)—, 
Put some Impetus behind work*a* 
day affairs, you can make rapid 
stridea here. Let oo-workers help- 
May 21 to June 3(^<Oeminl)— | 
You enjoy greater liberty today; 
turn It to your advanuge. Exercise^ 
showmanship, talenU. | 

June 31 to Juliy 23— (Cancer)— 



slagea Make progress In your houst*| 
hold or re oldsters, parents. 



November 23 to December 3i— I 
<8acmanue>— Rtand ready to make 



July 23 u> Augitft 33 — |advancea ur enj^y ac-me 
Hearten others with a note or mca* event In afternoon or by early eve- 
sate. Enliven the “twilight hours" ning. 

with brief JsunU, nearbf calls j December 22 (o January 13- (Cap* 

August 23 to September 22— (Vlr- iicoii)> — Surge alvead <M* the vo* 
go<— Oet on a more secure footing cational. business and credit front 
In financial and busUieas Interests Be amenable. 

by late afternoon and early evening \ January 30 to I^bniary 19— ' 
September 23 to October 22— | (Aquartusi-Revlew pmeand eons 
(Libra«— Use favorable Influences lO| alter plans to fU condtUons. Derive’ 
put across your ideas and opinions : profit and fun. ! 

Win notice; make plans. j February ID to March 29— tPUces)| 

October 23 u>» November 21- —Gain ground via mutual dealings,' 
(Scorplot— Use your innate wU tojcoUecUona, monetary records. Keep 
Mt upon original ways to unravel| judgment down to earth. 



tHclewvS Sy C»nMUd*Md M««a PaaturM ' 
lurar»tra(«d< I 



How It Starlod 



By JEAN NEWTON 
Tm: -ANK.MONE- AND THE 
“lltLIOTEOFE" 

The advent of Spring brlngt quea* 
lions on Soring flowers. And here* 
are two that have much in common. 
Both are small, ^ellcate plants, fa*' 
miUar as they are welcome in 
modest gardens throughout the! 



country: the eoloiinf of bcHh. with 
Its variations, is ia the purplee. and 
both are tjigped for individual char* 
sctcrlitW of thetr pvrt. ] 

-Anemone'' comes from the Ladn. 
out of the Greek word meaning 
‘'wind.'* Thus, “anemone"— the wind 
floarr. The eonnecUont it is in 
the fact that this delicate little 
flowar, at least many o/ tu apeclee. 
thrive beat in exposed places, and 
thus they enharkce the beauty of 
many a neounuin pasture! | 

The “heliotro^K,** named also 
through the Latin from the Greek, 
goes back to “Hello.* siyr and 
“trope." a turning. Like the ane- 
mone, It grows wild in. some parts 



of the country as well as In gardena. 
and whether it «ras a gardener who 
first observed euch a rharactcrlsUc. 
or a iWZS hiinlir-^ t,^s frii,;aat 
flowers In sunlit patches of a wood- 
land, BO It was named, for “turning 
lo the sun!" 

iRtltBMd bf Th« B«n BynStrait. V tac.) 



I«irjrp l*i|)p Order 



firms, are for steel plate, for tts 
fabrication into pipe, and for other 

Roughly. 97 000 tone of special 
steel plate were ordered from Btael 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., at Hamilton, 
which Will make the steel and roll 
It inio plate. 



TORONTO. May 9 CP).-ImpefUl 
Oil. Ltd , announced that it had 
placed orders exceeding 69.000.000 
for supplies for Its projected pipe 
ll^e between Edmpnton and Re* ^ 
gina. 

The orders placed with Canadun 



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Lush flowers, velvets ond toffetos 
rnm these light-weight strows of 
Miton Swiss braids, sisol, locy 
tuscan and condy braid Many new 
styles ere being odded daily to our 
Interesting collection, all destined 
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Such o variety of choice — you're sure to 
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trying on. 



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Great Round Gives Painter Gitv Goll Title 



Miideiits lirenk ( |i Mound Diir) 
To (fuiii Sbun* of Softhull l^*ad 

HOW rm.V 8TANO 

w I. p«-», 
flaarta* Tire ,2 t .M7 

Chlne«e Ktudenti 2 I .A#T 

Tlraber hervire . .. t 1 Ml 

Hreiitwtwf Are* I t J)1 

flltrKMrd f tbs ... • t .OM 

Nett came, tenighi; HlaeWrd 
Cab* vt. Oouglaa Tire, C;4A p.m. 



Attack \f:uin Weak a- ■S|M>rer ’IwirU 
huiir-Hit Kall^liifielder Jarohs on W av 



an error Acea tried a double atea) 
and Tardley acored aa Turrter waa 
being run down 

d'ruble and Kllatiaw'a 
tingle produced Acca' final run in 
the alxth. Chan allowed only a pinch 
nlnth-lnnlng alngle by Kelly Slater 
the rent or U»e way. 

ana 

Bf«al«a«e «M 111 I • t 

raiee»» ttaCenu *M Ml— « a a 

a««tert»* farattM aae J Tareeri J 
Caea aae ( a«a. 

»AIL IN CLI TCII 
On Sunday. Timber Service made 
the muat uf Uielr four hlta given 
up by Charlie McKay to- hand 
LVaiglaa lire ita tint defeat. 6-4. 

Tlremen unleaded an U-tiit aa- 
aault againat three L/jgger hurlere 
but could not get them In the 
clutch, leaving 10 runnert itranded 
They rilled the ' In the 
eighth and ninth with none attd 
one out. rr-rpecilvely. but could not, 
puAh a run across 



VO Mjrceaaive walk* to Israel and 0« 

* s ^ 

II • JJ2 ^ uieir two Pilchers comm 

'• • 'tM up Pe ^ . whirred and Pinnegai 
a u J2 *■»“• plate as he atiemptc- 

e -* 2s «^«>re on a wild pilch with tw. 
ilrlkes on Jones 

r»« rOhTM SOOT 

«iv 

The Senators got to Rex Jone. 
iVkMaa >t >• aho pitrlied a rreditable game. In 

n'l^Vrsw '* *• *•* uiosl of their “-Ud haj»e • 

* n the fifth when a di-uble by B>- 

'*"'"•*** * ** Cherr), a triple by Managrr IV 

Minus three regulars and lookirut Beard and ingles by Jim Wet- 

woelullv w*ftk al ihe pUte, Vicloru Sporer and Bud*'' Peterson - 

Athletica once again failed to ei- ihrer tuns An e'^JWr Mlmrut" 
lend a winning elreak beyond one Bob Keeler set thV .lage for f;. 
game aa Salem BenaU.»- handed uneanied Salem run in the eighii 
them a #-2 trouncing in the ''pener Second garr- ol the »erirs t*. bii;.- 
of a four-game series Alxmt 2.000 innighi Biji Will H»*em)er will ir 



A vtsa SOD ron«v 



Rallying for three runs in the 
botiom of eighth. Chlrsese Stu- 
dents rame from behind to hand 
Brentwood Acca a ' 3 setback at 
^JUpifCr Central laet night. Victory 
Way tie wuii Dr^iiglas Tire and Tim- 
ber Serv;-- for the lead In the 
moved the Stiiden>.< intn a three. 
Senior ‘A" Men'a Softball League. 

TIGHT MOI'NII IltTL 
Jimmy ChaH tronman hurler for 
•he Chinese, and John PUrmaton 
honked UP In a tight m>>und duel^ 
•■ch doling out sta hlta. Purmaton 
waa at his beat In the early JniUr.ga 
tail weakened tn the . ighih, giving 
up a walk and double^ to Bung 
Uerr and Jimmy John. Coupled with ' 
a Wild pitch and a fielders *‘:7: -r. 
they pfT>duced three rur. . He re- 
tired ten batters »»n ■trtkr^aeven of' 
t/iem In the fiml three innings, 
Purmston scored the first run of I 
Ihe game In the top of the fourti; 
when he reached first on an err-.: 



a«(i»MM ain( :• T^nDlag (I- 

Ui« W'lMM. M'Hsr **4 MllHkaa. 

In cnlur B ' «s(amr . night. 
Na«> tallied nine runs tn aecond 
inning and went on to defeat Sid- 
i-r. V -.mg. 10-7. while Carriaon 
trounced Gordon Head. 11-2. 



BELLINGHAM, May • Ed 

iPnrky Ollttr nf Seattle nicked par 
for two strc'kt today and m>n the 
Inter-Ci:;. vweepatakes with a 08 
at the Bellmgtiam Golf and Country 
Club. Tiiere were 147 players. 

Chuck Congdon of Tacoma. Cana- 
dian ot>en champion, and Stan 
l4*onard of Vancouver. BC. were 



KiUhaWs single and two UifieM 
ein^ 

: Sttidenta Uuinced back In iheir 
half af the Srafue to take a 2-1 le.-.d 
when Quinton Mar lined a home 
r»m down the right field line to 
•core Jimmy John, who had alngled, 
anead of him. 

MFNTAI. IRHOR 
A owntal error by the Chinme set 
up the tying run tn the ftph. Hal 
Tardley tingled and re«<-hed third 
as Jim Turner was safe at first on 



irday en route to Vi^ - ..-la , , , 

I.OOKK LIKL liri.P '* T-* 

Match pUved with Manchester in V h 
■ *■ flaas "B ■ New Etntland l.eaa'jr 
!laat season and has been with Bing- 
hampton ao far thia sea.wm A big'«sn s' 
fellow, he reportefUy'py^'' potential 
long-distance punch hit n 

home rutu and batten Tn over M 
runs In IIKS He u m peeled later 
this week Jacobs mav not get Into 
action for a day or two 
The A's lost last night's game in 
the fourth inning, when thev failed 
to make the m««t of a chance for 
a big Inning Salem was aliesd. 1-0. 
on Mel Watlev - inAde-ihe-park 
home run tn the second when Sporer 
inet his control V!" Bucc-:;la led off 
with a tingle atui John Hark and 
Oil McDonald walked ^ fill the 
bags with none out Pranw Pinnegan 
furred the runner at the ptate but 



iiii|)ioiisni|) 



1 

'■ CorUrr 
• n^ a*T««ti 
V4ri>'':u*>r 



Long loiown to his g'dfing com 
paniona as a scrapper who never 
admit defeat, Vic Painter displayed 
the fighting qualities of a real 
champion Sunday. Trailing George 
Bigelpw by eight ttrokrs entering 
the final 10 holra of tha annual city 
championship at the Victoria Golf 
Club. Pamier set a new competiMvr 
(V^urae record with a brlUlantly- 
plaved. flrr-under-par 84 His sen- 
sational round gave him a 203 total 
for the 72 holes, three better than 
the Imst club's golfing doctor, and 
poaaeasion of the B C. Crment Tro- 
phy. won last year by Billy McCoU. 

Painter literally cams out of no- 
where to grab the city title, going 
about his last round almost un- 
noticed as a large aa#erj trailed the 
Blgelrtw-Ted Colgate-McColl three- 
sUnr, certain that they would see 
rhampPmship decided At ^he 
03rd bole, word got around that 
Painter was cutting into Bigrlaw's 
tried tn 



second to gain a tie for the W-h.i 
, as Coigsie got doam in pars Colgate 
went one up on the fourth but waa 
one stroke down on the tournament 
at the end of 51 holes. 7*he rurly- 
headed Culwood shotrnaker made a 
bid (hen. getting birds on the 52 and 
53. but actually Ji«t a stroke Bige- 
Kiw birdled ihe'^ 52nd and scored 
an eagle 3. on the 53rd. slngink a 
shot out of a tiNp. 

COLGATr BOWS Ol T 
I This wasn't the last mishap for 
'the unfortunate^ Colgate, who was 
the tough-luck entry of the meet. 
Still very much In the running as he 
leed off fur the final 10. he matched 
Bigelow's para on the first four holes 
and then blew hia chanrra at the 
lUtle on the 50th hole, driving t^n 
sucres- 'e tee shots out of b***indk, 
to take a four-stroke penalt} He 
wound up with ah eight to Cige- 
Inw'r fi\e and Uien los* another 
stroke on the next hole to find him- 
self six stroke., down arid out of the 
: running He came eloee, however.' 
I shooting the final nine in one under 
par and rlnalng the gap bv tour' 
■tpr>kM on Bigelow. Colgate ^ 2M 
was only five more than PainterV 
winning total. | 

Kl'rCFHKI\r. fllRIlIF.S 

Meanwhile. Painter waa kelUng 
himaeir up for hla blazing itreteh' 
drive Ue err.r^ a birdie 3 un the 
50t)K lost hia "ftroke by taking a 
bogey 5 on the 57th and then parre«l 
four holes ^ a row He really atari- ; 
ed to move on {N* seventh fw»le of 
the final round, scoring another bir- 
die 3 At th-i time he was one 
under par and Bigelow was three 
over leaving a rour--troke deficit 
for Painter. He Immedlalelv cut it 
»o three with another* birdie 3 nn 
the ninth and waa only Iwq down 
when Bigelow bog eyed the Itth . 

Painter kept the praaaiire on by 
scoring a birdie %tiir on the 12th | 
but Bigelow chipped Atiff and got 
down in one putt in match the 
effort. Bigelow came through again 



S|iort KixliireA 

HorTBALL 

0 45 pm* -Senior mrfi, 
Bluebird *"•*■ tMUglaa 

Tire, tipper c. 'ral 

0.20 pm Senior ••C" men. 
BC. El*-<.'i'u vs E'fBiiv. Cole- 
man St Johnnon, firywood 
Avenue 

RAKLRAt.l. 

0 00 p.m Salem BenaUirs 
vs. Victoria Athletics. R/jyai 
Athletic Park 



eaiivrtM rn«'» 
M«it Ciarr *r » 



rAKFMKN. C I.OTHIEIIS W IN 
Pwxlle Dog Cafe and in-rcher'i 
M«>n'7 Shop marked up virtorlea tn 
minor baaeball aenlor dlvislr>ns on 
‘iundtv. 

Lome Smith plIrH^d Csf^en 1o 
a 0-5 de«'iBlon over Ace Woodwork- 
-:t. while 0<>iig Stewart waa the 
winning hurler In Clothlera 4-3 



Locke Second 
As IVIiddleeoft 
Ends illi 66 



ore 



WHITE 8UIJ>HUR 8PRIN08 
W. Va. May 0 .4'. -A briUlani 06 
Uiat brought him a 72-fioic totel of 
aps gave Cary Mlddlec?>ff a two- 
•ifoke virtory over Bobby t/arke lo- 
dsy In the 010,000 Greenbrier open 
I -If toumanient , 
lairke, (towever, rn;e»ged aa the 
big money winner after teaming 
a Illi WlnsUm Guest of New York 



Reaches 



Tm«u 



and went two strokra up. Painter's 
drive on the 16th was a 30n-yard 
whopper, bur his putt was tw<. 
Inches jhori and he itid to be con- 
imt With a p*i 4 He blrdied the 
nlh although he dr:-- 

safely and partially top|>ed hu first 
shot off Uie falrwar 



R.v t'ansdian Press 
T1>e high-flying New York Qianu 
, continue to roost flAnly atop a 
that lo|»ped Uis 30-hnle pro-ama- tlghUy-ftarked National League racs 
•e.ir staged corteurrrnUy 'wlth the the baals of a seven-game wtn- 
•l>ens last* two rounds. I ning streak faaiunned from tlie old- 

MiddWofT. a winner for the ume thunder of tljelr bata and some 
f' urth lime in hU laat ten Omma- unexpectedly fine pitching 
ments. with hi* orthing I5-uiider- —w . . ^ 

parperformarwrdrewlIJOO. Loexe '.^ 

who had a sparkling 300-07-207. v-si*r- 

w.m 1000 for his vec<,nd place walloped the Chi- 

the ofwn and 11.500 for hU prr.- 1*2. <»ordon and Wll- 

amateur triumph Guest, whs had a ’ Marshall hit home runa to back 
li-stroks handicap, was awarded a * *^*'*^^ pitching performs r.-.- 



, margin and spr- 
Iktbita on both threesomes. Painter 
wav playing with Eric Klbberson and 
Fred Clunk directly ahead of the 
Blge'.ow irin. 

Starting the final 3^' • -’e* Colgats 
held a t«<^-siroke lead over Bu^iow 
143-145. wi'h Painter at 140 and 
Prank Beroggs. Htbberaon and Mr- 
Coll tied at 147. It teemed that the 
champicwiAhlp would be a laat-diteh 
•truggle belwren Colgate and 
Bigelow at the end of 54 holes. I 

RIGF.I.OW SHOOTS A 04 I 
Playing terrillc g"U, Bigelow 
loured his hmiH^ub In the mom-' 
ing round with w ihre«-under par 
V. best rtrsinrt of the tourney at 
that 'Ime and took a two-gtroke 
lead over Colgate who^pUved well, 
U) rome In with a 70 Scroggs had 
a 11 and Hibberaon took 75 to drop 
13 and U str^jkea off the pare Me-. 

had a 72 whlla Painter had a I 
71. leaving bMh eight strokM away 
and apparently out of enntenuon. j 
caughl Oolgwie early.) 



A •eriind iron 
shot was perfectly jilaved and he 
holed a I6-footr- H:- drUe on the 
10th caught ihr :: igh 0»e right 
and a weii-pU>--i Iron put him just 
over ihe green He • lUpi-'d 1 1<*«» 
and used xne (V* to get h:* par. 
si:ns.\tional < Aim 

Painter a card showed fivr — 
and six par« nt. '-st 11 
He ^lad one ■. six fclrrV— and 
11 pars nn hl7 la-^ n>und Against 
tills kind of rdf. H' !••* !d 
have needed a 72 g 70 

on Hie final 14 u. t..- 

Harxjld Husband, capt u r.f the 
host club: pr- ...:.d the Irt ,:;.;. to 
Painter a few minu:< after he had 
nimpleied hu reco(d^->uhd It was, 

Painter's ser^.irtns*K"7 win of ihe 
year. He earlier «w-f*ai#d Colgate 
In the Colwood club champiMnahlp 
final dnd is now poinung for a plaoe 
on Uie British Columbia Wiliingdoa 
Cup team. His score in the d'y 
raaet will count and he needs only 
to keep hU steady gv>lf in the tes' 
rounds to cinch a lerth 
The record round : 

Par awt 334 444 333— U NEW YORK. May 0 «A*.. The 

Painter oat 313 444 133— J I ^l-oard of governors of American 

Par In 44S 134 454— 30-t-f| ' .Hnckey League Baturday voted to 

Painter In . 444 333 444 — 33 04 dt^P W'ashington from the league 
l^ne of the tournameni'a features Ahd add Cincinnati The Ohio club 
was the fine pUy of 10-year-old agreement with 

Bob Fleming, who MnUhtd in fourth Canadlena of the National 

spot with a 79-hole total of 291 I#ar»^ 

Flemine had i3o ifw ik« ri*.* aa hoard, meeting hers in the 



semi-final itage of 
^women's club rhampkinahip play 
the Gorge Vale OolX Club was 
rest bed nn Sunday 1 

^ Defending rhampU ii lubel 

j Jarvia had an easy time elimfhatmg 
I Mus Bhirley Fry. 7 and 0, and will -taoM 1 
'meet Mn. R Famhorpe, who de- 
fealed Mias C. l: HdrrU, 8 and 0, ♦ 

in the t(>p bracket of the semi-finals, hit 
MUs Dorothy Herbertaon advanced 
t, defeault and will of^jae M/s 6. ■e'"*' 
Palersr.n. aho rltmlnated Mm C ***’** ** 
Keovn. 3 and. 2, In '.hr lower « 
ura.-ke. , 11 -, 

right wtnnvs were Mr« F I'OOl 

M'PIterann, Mua N^CoruveU, Mra. 

Clark end Mra H Pearre marked 

'w .Vml final matches must be enm- , 

pleted on or before Sundav evening 1^. 






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IT> and itslta, Uarvar Ctrrt-k *1i. Os-i 
trdaaSk <l}- Minra ill, and ISaaa 

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ass Mas- t la u 

at Ltuct 1 st SIS as- 1 1 1 

'I'l.Iad tlh trlnl^f. darkr.aaai 
Pt’tarte* ll,.f|.a«ri *# and 

0aii( tM-iaMs <S Caeai and let. a' 



Bigelow 
getting btrdFs 



BQXI.A REgP.RPFg TO AfFEr 
The Greater VkUirla Box Ls 
rrosse Referees’ Aswtcislkm will 
meet tonight at the Briuah Publh 
Rchools' Club at • o'ckjrk Anyone 
Interested in handling games u in- 
vlt«d U) attend. 



Nrw YORK Mav u .Av. ^ Fred 
Boysen WSJ airesied in a Man- 
hattan courtmom on a handbag 
theft rhargs lodsr sliffrlly sfier he 
withdrew a summnna ac; 



eT<>'--t>rpf'-a soesii le: j • 

cr.:-a«'> 111 son ;ii -I] 11 

eaiif-iM ntr. Acnais ill see itnaa 
Ounieari and WhMltT 



ir.g Man- 
ager Leo Durorber of Ihe New York 
Olanla of simple sMafiU. 

The complainant Identtfled her- 
self M Mary Ryan, inegim regis- 
tered nurae 

Bnvsen. a Bmnklvn baaehall fan 
who scruaed Durocher of knocking 
him' down irter a Dodger-Olant 
gams April 30. was ordered tn re- 
nitin in ihe courtroom while a mm- 
piaint waa drawn up against him.. 

Later, B>>yaen was taken Her..n' 

MagUtrale t>>rla Bynie. A warrant 
nffleer told the court (hat Mias Ryanjw* 
bellseed B> ~en was one of Iwo meo'J^J 
who aMsiihecI her. then stole her'J^' 
purse March 37. - jw* 

Boysen denied the charge. iST* 

The woman related that she aaw i 
B-iwiil pi<* . tn the paper after 
his alleged clash with Ourwher 
After Boyeen was permitted ln|pTitis<i«iaMs 
withdraw the Dumcher summnrkk he 
apoioglaed to Dur -her before 
bench and then :l_ok hantW. ^**nm 



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l> •f'd tlgr'f* A»:r.-.t:; R' 

1'!' gtirkoiii <!' and W'>*1*r 



Y-'fS lS|«*st;: 1: 

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HallartM aTM** B«rrs 

aiuarc it' R-w:>*>a <S> sail Said 
f’ u s«!^- a 

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?«:aas:^. 

Msllvrl** a-«-*- ,fh snd a>»r 

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W*«hins«,)Q 

as'U 

Oarns 



SET TB II.HiHT MFET 
Ftfa* fif IS;? twilight fMuranmes of 
♦he aaon wlt‘ iw Imm ai the Ot-rs- 
Vb— 0«»lf dub, Fridav evening 
Players wi’:,tg i« compete are 
asked (o phone their namm inu> 
Ihe ascretary. 



Rv SAM SNEAD 



Nobndv's gift any m'lre Ueence 
than I have to tell any gofer to 
UFP head and don't try pU" 
a tough shot. 1 once ‘00k a chance 
in a mlillnn srith an alrrwisi Impoa- 
lalble shot with a flat-fared chib tn 
I a close he In a hazard D coat me 
a rhampkfhaliip 

f Btit it mads me 
a lot of frlenda 
among felWjWS 
who aUo took 
an 0 at Ih* 
wrong time. 80 
I am ni>t artng 
When you 
learn and make 
friends al iho 
same Ume. you r* 
^ - -i Bur* TWH out of , 

luck. I 

mudv where yf*u want the ball to 
go and where you have a reason- 
able chanew ol putting It. Think a, 
shot ahead, because jnni may hava 
tn risk a trap that wtu havs le be 
carried l«r a shot that must bite 
and hold a green, unleas you have 
charted a simpls couraa for your- 



*;r< RudsoM Slid Ivaet Sf nLon 
iSi an,- 1t»th. Hr«ar. .Si, 
WATtONAI. i.sani ■ 
fSRis Its tfiett'i*' R R f 

■ U tK KC tss SS7 Sl« It I 

ipAis dSStlStUSM-T M I 
TVS Tsiid«rfsrrt_ etisrann '|. 
•V iV>, Rsffan«hTrs«- and 

H 'H"** ! •#' .'itia 

...mciaalr Roaa .ISi, (ewiMi.* 

*«• (II and Rawlnl-k 

«rs a*r«n4 ssw* R It X 

♦r« SASsts I r a 

411 eM.anrlsht* V!*V!» I IS ♦ 

)*" >( aCH Sta Randay lav. 



Bn<irlKill .Slanding.s 



rKESTH MKf m ( RA.MrinSR 
PARIS, Msy 0 I Reuter* 



Racing 

Club De Paris today w»n ihs Prenci. 
soccer cup for the fifth time whe^ 
jthey beat the hoideri, UlU. 0-3 m 
jths flrpil. 



ores 



C';‘T rliampiooBhlp golf scores fol 



PROFESSIONAL 

BASEBALL 

TONIGHT 



NATtOVAL USAQI * 



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All Ratten, fsilr* 
aas and ('•■asnaua 

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wrvaHkao 



ATMimC 

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Ineioaaenivs 



ganaaa CKy 
TaAedo 

leuitaiT^ 



I know plenty of elderly men who 
rant hH a bwU much longer than 
100 yards but they eeore very well 
because they us* their heads where 
other fellowa uwt sirrmg barks and 
weak mirvds KH asray fmm irmible 
Instead of hirt hnplrig ynurseU 
swwy fn«D ft 

ICewnght- IS4S >«• f PLMCWf 



- .RTveo 10 IM u 4XCMS Of Uks 110,000 Rri.FA0E MO«T rOOFKB 
^ wBlver price YORK. May 0 OFi. ICort 

^ Oonper, esie ran rtght-hawlsr wm 

CtaKVCLAffD, May 0 (M -Cleve- released today by ClUragu OBt* 

•« iRAd Indians today announced they Owper forwverly phehed aMh 
4, have claimed Merman Retch on Issula Cardinaia. Ikwton »rae«ahd 
o waiver* freen WaaMnyVne Nenatwr* New Tort Olants He w«i trSlRg a 
R Th* Indiana eem Rewh lo Washing- enmehaew wHh the OUlw after hOing 
ton tm waiver* isa dayt ago .ttMivwd with • gor* arm. 



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J”! m:gion rnAiTifT 

41« *^"*****” leglnn acrr*.r tswi will 

47S fiold 4 procure ti Hevwnnd Avenue 
0^ f ockx-k. 



RAism ron roon 
Eings aer« eoed raised la Mexico 
fr*r fond 





COI.O.MST SPORTS 


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CORST 

Hr a/ (If r 



12 (Cbr fiatlit (Eoioniat 

Tum^jt, M«y 10, 1949 



Hittiiiw Combination ( 
Makes Ciaiils Fla" Conlemler t 



lla» AiiipuUtetl 

C hicago, M»y 9 _ 

OfficiAlt of South Shore 
Hoopital raifi phyttruns to* 
otfht ampuuted the nghi ieg 
of bawboU purer CTurlu 
Koney The leu wu tolwn off 
two Inehea above Uie knee. 

TlieZl-yMfoldAecoiu] Imm« 
man for LnuUvlUe Gblooeli 
of the Atuencan Aa»«xn«uou 
■uffcred a ihattered rlfht leg. 
fractured Uft teg and a 
broken noae when a hoi- 
water UnJi exploded tn the 



Sufliplk Donas 



riavT aAcr- 

rtf,'* '*’**’•**' »• i»i •• II « 

Vtmin* e«ruMt •a»*nc«ri JAM) » M 

Kr~r»»rt)i )«i 

u-:4-eh*d «hii. » CAUfciB, DotUMj 
M**er n«««r. Maamt 
• RtOND aAfl— 

RofUj» <r p^fDAo4n> iiaeM-^iiei 
J*An« <rr**r>»t< IM « 

Rotru <UMt« IM 

acr»i«av4 Ui«h CoKAkiMnt. o«r Oia« 
tr«D «'IM arr*B« 

rmat> aAie— 

tur,,M Orrai ip Eaai.a. ||4<^ 1444 1144 
riftne Prn4»«r> >Steoti IM lU 

kA'ieiot 't.tt.f 144 

;^rA4cri»4 ruin affibfi. MAr>n* Cvmao 
rULRTH EACt- 

P»U« Prsat •McAilUttri MM HN II ’ 
0*4,lr 7M 4«j 



NEW YORK May 9 «4*>AMajrUo Jotiea 'J-#* Momte Kennedv 
hb a wxMtr. ntaybe na a nuracle.l^ij La„, j 

but rtghf n«w New Y«»rk Olani| are' , . . . ^ , 

enjnyUif about Ihe bcot plUhlng In ' ***^^‘ **** 
the m.;or league* .fUtaUy oined In the fimailur a i«d 

The hurungha* been in Uie exua-i '*11 ,?*' ^ ^ ‘ 

ipecul clajw. In the laat nine gmmaal^"^,^ 

out of the box Two pltcheia were''^*** 

laken out for plDch^hltten, five of! thU glli-edged’ pitching 

the lait au have gone the diatance. ^ aweaome batting Uneup with 
and Uie OUnu won all alx of Uiuae rn^Uan hitting beitex than 900 
Kamee \s-- r . . and one other cloae ^ ■ that .. • 



HIM >*ta iiM 

I M IN 
* ■ M 

Tt>»: Cniad/Mti 



‘ - Sy GRANTLANII RICE— ' 

With the green curtain rung down 
«vcr the 7 &U 1 runnl{)g u( the Ken- 
tucky Derby, tliere are :tUl two bill, 
taclfif fraturea left lor Uie coming 
week*9nd. 



three 



laMRankT, WiUieut ptirUnk, 



(<n Saturday - the »e«:r,nd round 



inmngi iince April 29 | heavy hitting and heada*up ball 

The terrific mound work haa been *^**'** carried the Olanu to alx 
paced by the "big four^ of Clint '*^^***^* viclorlaa and the league 
Hartung «4-o». Sheldon »AvalUbie» 

' ^ The current Olanu batuip oider 

|w 119 Y\ tohrke J6I 

Hntfprpll C I IkkfT lockman J64. aid Gordon 

“■^'"*•*•^■^91 o I 90, Johnny MIm ^ 77. Bobby Thum 

■ \ II mw-ie ^ |«»n -9I9. WUUrd Manhall s«i 

IKuinlp U inii 4 kt« and Buddy 



Ceutfl kuUi 

rtrrii aac 

V‘.n*rtM |« 4e II W M '»* 

amate ami <Mtcto:> am « i« 

MareoikAa iCAraiAii* 4M 

8er»UhMl Oovfel* iu«r«t, Uit«DiM Pwt, 
Prioea Navi Ski L*4di« 

AIXTII BACt— 

atiAittr V taAOMAhtf, iiava uaa iiaa 

K'Of Oeunt •Unedvn, 4 M I M 

PTMieia ilttratAA' 4 M 

arritcAM V OiM 
VBVKVTN BAH— 

Don t Ahi*t« M« >at«rman> II l< II U II M 
Red Jtmler 'Or»i> 4M IM 

Hreoee 'M»rtia< 4N 

OVCSMGHT ENTRIES 
piaar aAcea-piT* t4rioni4 

, 'V41 R'ltiu 111 Halil X III 

Hartvi LA«r 1 lO Vnlnman . IIT 

Troian Win* til •*« OalXr . - )ia 

H4«U* Buitle lie Taurn* hill 

RaraiUt ita Mi*« Balaor* 

at>««»rallM III Blr«*k « B1 m« . Ill 

ip'm* irtort ill Beerran . Ill 

0*Mi Marten* lie CalmMi Ilk 

AK<OHb BACC— a.i furlani* 

Cl*«r Bart . toe Mjdmmatir ill 
r «e Wire lie Troeini Biar ill 

WoAh V» . lee Touaoi** 111 

■)i cnim«« . lie Boon Wa4d«il . ua 

u*U«na 111 wititeui .. Ill 

R*aado lY- iia PiJo« Oir* 111 

rannoo#**^^ . ita Wa*t«r MKhr lit 

Hindv FMini III A(«*t4rau . .. IN 

lUiBii BAia— am ruriooii 
W**il>4( Vrii > • ni Al'fr ’.'.I 

wiiift* ■ toa vmuoat ... IN 

Trtoco . II? Wir* Priam . IM 

Oirlaoa* 111 tT*r pt**, . n*' 

Slv« Praxbi 117 Wild km IMi 



< f ttie Triple Crown. Tlie other U vaie.4 
the IrodUbi* Memorial Sieeplechaae 
at Belle Mead* 'aanj< 

In the flrtt place, if you don't 
recall IroquoU. he waa tiie flrat and act 
only American-bred home to wln'^J^f/,! 
the Engluti Derby. He la buried near 
the Belle Meade courae. '. a*ra 

In the eecojid place, thu ®^he | 
Meade oactur probably the high aun i 
-^‘t ri[ aceiiU; beauty m aport Tai ai* 

T7I1* U the rtcheat aVialeur bruah 
race in the country with (he 
racer* and gentlemen ndem C'nr , n*- 
ran hnil There are record crowdA jmmii. 
each year and the 1949 aAaetnblage 
will undoubtedly tt* another new Tr**’ f 

't?narid 

mark K t i 

CIIALLE.NGLK KENTl^KV , •»»•« 

'Oladm 

Tenneaoee U now on liar way to 
re)uln Kentucky ui the bluegraao nx a* 
racing commonwealth, and tha Jro- 
quola Memorial la the proper atBrt thu 
in that direction. * 

Bnmeurne back, there waa a rather tC«r*iir 
kclid opinion that the 1949 Break- 
naM Would offer a different winner ^ 
from the 1949 Derby. Two yeora 111,721' 
ager Jet Pilot. Paultlea* and Phalanx 
‘•put the Triple Crown three way* 

The held waa too evenly nuu ned 
In 1947 for any aingle horx to ool- wus n 
lect the enure 9900 uoo 
Thu win be a far different Preak- '■ 
neaa than the runaway of laat p: 22V 
Spring when CJUllMn wu even 



W ilson famoua 
^o^ quality 

wearing^ 

apparel for 



LONDON, May 9 iReuten- —After 
losing five wickeu for 41 run*. Wor- 
ceatenhlre put up dogged reaiatance 
egaiost the New Zealand cricketer* 
today at Worceater and In acorlng 
9^9 ^ved the follow on by three 
ruzu. 

A the cloae of pUy New Zealand 
were 307 for five wickeu in their 
second inning*. V. Scott having 



lia Pr>rvc 4 Dane* 
III Luo* DrojB 
III Blunt 
III Mw«b» Mat 
111 Bar Ptr 
II* 1(4 Heather 
—.All furl'inii 
IN Piiiaeu* 
iee VMUi* B*4tf 
lea JoiiBni* o 

111 Oorie Baevp 
tie caihw Jean 



I KugV’BottereU'i black Labrador 
■retrieved, Pinerldge Black DecUU.' 
I took top hotioca tn both tha open' 
atake and hunting dog stake for all' 
breed* at the Victoria Oun Dog Club! 
ItrlaU at Ooldatream on Sunday. , 
I The trial*, aanctloned by the Can* 

I adlan Kennel Club, drew a total of 
eight entrlea in ihe open atake and 
1 13 In the hunting dog aiake. The 
land and water ahow attracted a 
gallery of over 300 a^tatom 

Jimmy Waahlngton of ParkiviUe 
Iflnuhad aecond in both ivenu with 
Lomnder Riuiy Olent. whlU Hunter 
I Smith wa* third In the open atake 
I with Tam of RockcUffe, MUa Ro*e 
(Plant flnUhed third in the hunting 
dog auke with Pinerldge Dark Duke. 

Waahtngton. founder of the Parka - 1 
; vllle mala. 



- Underweor 

Combinaifooi • Two- 

• puce * Wool « Cotton 
j • Mixrurm '♦ Meepc r> 

• Pviamaj 



total and J. Dewea and O. Duggart 
I hid no opportunity bf bettering the 
ftnir* of 4M aet in IndU laat year 
Score* at cloae of pUy today: 

n«* 

a?; 

4J.lr* fir«t IBBIAfj oil BU 4 WAfliP 

**.«^***^**'*' -eu***! Brtt Uinintt ail 
}»u> MV Mmne innuif* *• tar bu •uoat* 

At BInBID«hAlS — (ilBjr*tUr*l,.-a *..• 
Uinu-l, oil B4 OW-BBd UBUm 
m WarivietMira flr*t tanine* *;l aut U» 

iemof4 Mi ipT iwQ 

ix*«* 'Torkthir* d«(*a '*4 bm>r.»< 

w's"m TM..L* i^r*'**^,^'** innu... Bii 
'nBUie» oil agi r* tart- 



congratulated local 
aportamen on their fine ahow Smith 



demonairaled an obedience teat with 
hla pointer Monty. 

Other entrlea included- 

l.ar.eor III p,4fc Buddj' ai* 

* J*' Wanaxan er M>rfB*lri’ 

!, .. AMmor* Dtt»»y 

■ «f f aa,i(!*t - Kaaliih **tl*r. n*»nar« 



Hoiiery 



Anklfca • 



Gotfen • loraou' loa 
• Loog hou . . 
for womeo . - for childre* 



JttSi nALL OR KA( ING? 

We ran Intp lurry MacPhall. the 
Maryland iqulre. Larry waa a long 
way from hu old Job of running a 
ball club. He had Juat com* in 
from hU aiablca adter uiapeciing hu 
tanoua colu and flUiea, aUUlona 
and marea. 

"Which u the better Job- the 
hOMer Job." we aaked Squire Ma«-- 
Phail. "Operatma. a breedlni ««u6- 



PoN Mv Sole! 

Jg^PANOpME I 

LONGEST 
WEAR I 



UNDERWEAR • OUTERWEAR • HOSIERY 



Hrolhers Star 
As Sert anls 
Square Series 



ea"iie 



LUXTON. May 9 A tucemful 
eniertAlnment wax held recently tn 
t.uxtun Hall bv the Luxton Athletic 
Club to cBlae funds for the purpoao 
of placing two teama in the Colwood 
DlAtrirt Sottbali League 

Bob Coatee, Civil Service overcame! WjHred Hobbls led community 

a three-goal deficit and defeated Mining, and J. Praaer waa accom- 

r.,ul B.y. 7-4, S„v,nwn P.r» !»"'“• « 

_ , Tipton, Baruaid Kburne, Charlea 



OufBrwBor 

Pulloven • Cardigani 
• Swcanbiru • r ihirti 






Natkonal Champion Richan 
iPaiicho) Oonaalex- will iMye hen 
by air for paria. Sunday night. U 
compote in the French ch&rapion 
ahipa and alao at Wlmbledorv 



These 



rinc KET pRAtTit r 
The Bx-RfA r ciickat team will 
hold a pracUce at Macdonald Park 
tonight at 4 30. All pUyera are 
aaked to aiund. 



There are aore arm*, oora leg?, *ore 
heeU, aore h^dh. "Never again. 

IP ro NAriKh 
"^ut running a breeding and rac- 
ing aaiabluhnient u aomething dlf- 
feeenL You look over your acre* 
and Inhale a deop brratli PoaU ar- 
liva and they are either good or 
bad There u rwthlng much >ou o?^ 
your trainer can rlo about It except 
lo let equine nature take lu cuurae 
The next foal thal arrives may r* 
either another CKalion or t plough 
horae _ 

"You tpend a lot of imj* 

away from the city crowd* Yf.u 
Itva In (he open Your horwes aie 
much eaater to ge* along w-uh than 
moat people are They are more in- 
leillgent. And tbev can i anawer 
hack 

•Bur* (haaa horaea get alck and 
gel hurt They gi»e yoy headachaa. 
loo. But nothing like a big league 
hall club doea. The horaea may have 
•a many ahbu aa th^^lpUyara, but 
thay can t talk Thera U no tom- 
parUon between tha two Joba" 

FYE TO rrrt’RE 
. It might be menUnned that M.r. 



minute* Bob Coatea nttted Serv- Volunleera wtll areci a Kore box 
ant a first maiker at 11:W and aet Afw* backaiop on tha playing field 
up brother Ngrm for the ikeond Luxton Hall Tueaday. Work will 
counter Juat Un aectonda later. i commence at 6 pxn. 

Bob Coatea notched hla second - - - 

and third goela ** aecond* apart Ti<;frS (aft KoLlowaV 
In the ^hlrd minute of the* second * ^ . 

period in pul winner* In front for’ DETROIT May 9 — Detroit 

the firm time, 4-1. Chungrantw Outfielder Eai I 

deadlocked Ipe count on a piM Chicago White Sox in a 

fmm R4»g*r O’Connell It minutM ■t™lRht player trade for Inflelder 



later and Bnb Coate* reatored the Kolloway. 

lead lata tn the period Bob Onaiea _ 

and Norm roage* each added aln- f*' Vj' 

the deciaion.^ ih#*.Spring 

Norm Coal*.* galnrd lAaiata on i - - — 

each nf hla brother's g»ala for a The "Lucift 
total of seven poloU In the game | upped with ch 
Deciding game will bj played laUr and sulplUde i 
in the week. inn Bandoaner 



f0« SaOOTHtJT, fASmi.yAFUT SHAVm 



We ve aerveij Victoria for .’Peari, but never 

C ave we ofieretl anch Dargaina. Ceiehratt 
(th u* the reo|>enmg of our modernitcd store 
hv takoit; advautgf;e of the«e Specialf offered 
for today and W^cdneiday only. 

Engliih Bone Chins 



Cups and Saucers, 68c 

mit: Six to a Custoroer 

Hudson 

Tank Sprayers 



Leader 

PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE 
PARTY 



Screen 

Doors 



C.ox. Brooklyn Drgjgcr third baae- 
mw. aullared a badly apraJned right 

^or* lha Dodgm* fame with 0 | 
Joim Oardlnala. Banter It had been 

^ **• •K"ken 

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BM KichNia 

dan Haiaa 
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rrad Wartife 
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pr aviaaktia niuit M *ad«'ai’>in •• <iaM Park, 
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I Braaklari CtuP 

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I IfiMda H > :iaood 
My TrurvBlocy 
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, Brity Cmckar 
j C 14 k Aluminum 
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Ilk Cluk Diary InlamaAM 

130 HU ror Ona AftamMu Caoaart 

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I Borairlni ara Die Bite Chriall.ii^ laa * ** . Karry WmJ_ 

DABIII^H -Tn Mr. and Mr*. JoBn H »'"» J*nr* b. a . at nr.ma. and liatrfa • •• ^ard R«ada»»«u* ^ic tat 

^DaikltCn .nre J-)'» Hkciiaroa. ai Iwryal wt Victoria, rnt «kMtt 11 * vaB.ai*« • *Mndaa*au* LMatlaaf 

Jubl.c* HolPiial on May t, a aun, Ucot.ka *hd ant feralhtr B> CumBarlaitd * >« JumuMU Ja<ke 1 Weetern Pl*a 

Miibaid. I Antral aarri't* «in ba bald «o Tiar- I * •* Ba »4 I Supper VAitell 

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.... . * ....b P-intral C-Tit.,#). Hat ; 111 oioner Conrtrl La* War 

KKld^B To Mr and Mrc A. T. 'Uikai lUy Mrintera tdrukailad. iBWnacsi In ' • 3 « Ulnnar Comcri Plbber McOaa 

Kripli a’. 8 * Joypb • Hrupual. bo Mar Ro> al Oak Burial Park , a «y I'cKdien iltritara Piboar Meiiaa 

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|«r Mary Iba. j — , jj UWJje «t»ry Hcoc Rouddui 

.THAMB -At Hoyat dBbtiacMfoiPllal aa May ^ ^ . Mo*w aiory Lelctcier ^ui 

BKIIUIIAKB To Mr and Mri Bill BhM- «, jm». Aifrtri 'Thamt. re l!S *» 7 tn"*?af ’ Tor.y. Traouador Ltleeiur 84 UI 



a«ad 14 year* 0 / 4 >» H.iUvar Blirti 



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Outtar Muariak 
Jack Bmltb 
Prtd HUl 
Kerry Wood 



Weiiern Pt«a 
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Hill and Kecoria 

Le« War 



CBC Bent 
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'ArUlur Oaditty 1 UtT^rautUuJ 

ArUkur Oodircy Ma Ptrkina 

Arthur Uodftty Aunt Mary 

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Rnoi MAbnmd I l*oi* by Bi 

Bra r Raboti N»«* 

Ch»l Huntley Alan Youn 

Nivi I Alan Youn 

Dear Kino Bob Hope 

Labor 10 ina Bewt Dob Hope 



LadD* Be Staled 
Ladle* Be Staiad 
Huum Parti 



W* Lore aiid Lean) ' tiuuee P%rty 



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Bote by Bote 

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, The ureeo H«rnti* 
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I Happy Uani > Perry M**vn 

I Bac*iiru*n tDrenade (Be Slater 

I Baeri'iueh Serenade MaPcrk^_ 

Pu;tooU*u " I Club Ik • raniaiB UiCBi* 

Fi aiir'HriBin|way . lutnba Jarkpok I KlAuio* •C .'-ncr 
' Paettng Parade Sports Special I Superma . 

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I flUaldht Arrow Pamlly Mualc 

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Pamlly Mualc 
Oreneatra 



Alan Youn^ Show I Jack Amutro ng i Oi#*'.'»l tit't*fi*e I Orcbeitra _ 



Bcb* 

Bunrr Davie 



I New* 

Uuiual Heafirttl 



ytili'iui Joiv Trial* 



I MtUt al-'* ill u>:. 
B«B WlD't »huw 
Rub W l.Kt M.VW 
Bob While 
I Nee* and Rand 



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Lownmower Hosptfol '| 



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LulIK-uiiiPPlJi- Mr and Uri. C. E arlt*! 
III., 3 I 3 B Daetn Road anrvuM* the mar* 
ri**t v( lb*’r daugriur Gaandoiyn Keitn,, 
Iv 4 i*org#)Hi>*inara D>h(, tao «( Mt andj 
Mr*, n. narold D*br. pr<.*paci Lnkt ' 
• hi<H U>ob p.a.-e at P.rct Bapi.ai Chuiih 1 



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mourn bit ■*«. two daughUr*. Mr*. • it . Ka*p in iu<Uf) 



mourn bit ■*«. two daughUr*. Mr*. • it . Ka*p in iu<Uf) 
Kalla Blttabeui CambtPy ol kkl Pat- d 4 k Keap la Touon 
mouth Road, uith wham b* feiide. 1 , and a an Lai c Play Brldee* 
Mr* Hilda AJlagrcilo nf WII Pandora. !tI u I p ay Br da* 
Streat Vancduver., 8 f ; three *«M , , y. 

Thom** and Btanley at VBtorlk. and J *5 jenbUariTylo 
^ank a( taneauver. (nur brniher* inB,. „ — 

England, and bltcea and neBbeut in >H ^ I**! 

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ehiidran ' 1 14 » , Ollierl. b.i.n> *n 

Puneral tervWc will ba he!d nn Tueiday *® OHBeri, Sullivan 



'Mr* Hilda AJlagrcita nf 4 «ll Pandora. !Tk ^ ! 
Sircat Vtncduver. 8 f ; three tun* , , ** r-bJ 
Thoma* and Btanley at VMIorll. and' , «* jin" 



Uav 4 . ibk» a« * am won Her O M ^fuovru* avrvirec will ba neid AB Tdtiday 'v v. 

■Awr nt'Kkaiir.g . ®* *“ MeCtU Btetbari || td , Ullbart. Suillvno 

^ * I Plural Pimarai Chapel Cremaiiao, I M ]• , Olibert, 8 ttlU>an 



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Bob Hope 
Myatary Theaira * 
\ kCycwry Theaira 
, Erie Wild 
Erie Wild 
Hertlace »f MucM 
I Hemage a( Mu»U_ 
, C D C. Hew* 

I Paint* ol V*aw 

i Talc* ot in* 

iMlnaireU 

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Palace Or'heetra 

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I Rli U >4 Jaekpat I WavneKingShoi 
Hit ih* Jackpel | Wayoa Kinc Bho. 
I Pac* ihe Bui c I Paopia Are Punai 

' pau til* Buek I People Are Punn] 

Uiucll Tlvoinae Supper Club 
Jack Smub snow Be«i 
Ur and Mr* Barth ' Tbli i* Y«ur Ufa 
Ur and Mn Nprlb_ ThU D YeiU Ule 
Uyitery Thaatre Big Town 
Myctery TbenU* 1 Big 1 o «0 

I Beulah I Wuo't and Oboue 

I Crae* That Clua ; juvataur l.ang..a 



Keui 

You and the W«r.d 
S«c<inil 11 ‘ancre 
Kigbl Editor 



Wavne^lngShow Couairrcpy 
Wayoa Kinc Show ! CounuKpy 
Paopia Ar* Punny 1 rreaeur 1 1 . htil 
People Are Punny I Rei UeupMi hOuw 
Supper Club 1 ^y Maupm iil 4 >w 

Beui hee UauHiH Rb*i« 

Tbli i* Y«ur Ule 1 Touo Meeilng 

ThU D Yoiu Ule I T..»n Mreuag 

Big Town TuBQkKa'ing 

Blg 1 o «0 loun Mealing 

Wuo't and ObBUOio ' Nad* 

juvataur l.ang..e i CLrutian R<lenca_ 

San Hay** Hew* llaporker 

K»*t Cicneaira , Cvn'tit )iu>ir 

I Merlon Lhiuney r<-n. art H..or 

I ).>mpic 'Wporu 1 Caneert liBur 



1 Gregory Hood 
utegoiy llcod 
Rad Rldar 
' Red R18*> 

, Uoni* Crieto 
Menie CrUiB 
Jo^^ Steele. 
.|Adventui*v 
I aiecD Hardy 

I •B*' , U. .* 

I MuilC 

I Fulton Lewly 
■ , Movie 

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Oiurcvagon Jaa. 
I cl.uiCdMon Jam. 



pa*BBUc Jury rrlaU (>ul o( Iha Nirhl 
Harmony Hnua* I I'ava r*<ia el Uu*le 

Harmony Huua* I Cava<aila nI Uuckd, 

I Diek Cnacpacter 1 N(*» 

liuddi^mrke I Mu*>. ny Marlin 

KvtpInT.urb ! Etta* Mvr*c(i r ’ "W 

I Keap in 'low B ‘ JMl* M.. 5 rl- 

7>i fieneka - . Oui Lombacd* 

let Banake I Guv D>mi.ard«A 

lode* a Kll* h.i<e A<fSd 

Bing Cfoabr I Da*. 4 R. 1- *’ e 

I Bene 

Vba Qav Show ‘ uraam Wa*>er 

ByaiMiienv f'vneert riviewlDar 
Symplioni Coma.t r-hape.t buoa* _ 

I Btmphuny CoBcen t<-a. n-'gi. u** 

; Simphonv CApccrt Btu W ard a 
JLuLabrLand nvghv.;’* 

I LuiiaBy Land * Pvt r.ug,* 



,•11 CORMORANT 



Btiyining aday Act aha eutiam lailar 
tor (raa 8 d*i— »■* Port Street K yiUI 

RtrilOJCAi. BtlTS.’ tKPERT 
' nMInc Prae rnd>ullalh*B Darling* 
Pnarti ai I aP..y 1 or Broad 



crtiai 1 oE*'r* 

.•AB 1 » 4 ^< 7.1 



EVtRGREEN 

I i»wu 

Imi.ilk il rr»* AuUMT, J‘ • » rail** 
I Ldail. Jk.rit: ■*, L’. . Inatgned 

I gu4 BBK* 

I Ikk'D t*- Lrllrtaiio* Dadca.iod 
br M* -le- M*.k.,..i 
Lawn Cuii.i'r ‘ . 3 ' ’ Sea**»«.el 

; >.r Ml..-.. I 

t .-ai I . * 1 I />t B|. iMT 

IS bill \lln\s U.lNTtU 

llMSU: 

4 \ ; .V. 'iMMkuiAKLV 



SROf>KMAB-On May >. IkkI. *1 « 1 . ....w... I 

uoiga (Dad. Ml* Auaa Br.iogmaniBC rUBEHAl. CTk iHAYWaROB' LTO i 
• ged •! y**rt. wiObw «( ihe Ule J*ma*i itataelUhed IM 1 - •» 

Vn'^\*v:.,d;i:r or*? .»■: I I i 



IS WA.STEU— MALE HELP 14 WA.STED-FEM.AI.E HEI.P |l 7 SniATl 

I iAKr-TIMK BUTfllKR PrjR MDDIRH^ \''.i**>i \f 

mJiraU. (kau.v g.r.Be at* e.perkenc. «>>«• WABTEO POR TOBACCO I •arUrri..* 

mJdraa* *<.d uhooe numBcr lu Boi 3484 . O counter. n*kUi be undey )*. th.f'* *( 

Celoniat **i/. 4 uppumni. i»m# koo*lart|f « lobtciv .......l. 

— — — ardarlbg and h*i*aUng preletied but nu( iAAlNIUPl 

( yUlPM BHO SMAU, COMPKHSATiGM TO Apply U Bo* MSA Coiunut 

1 ^ i.dl.df *i.im nun- gun s e oa iw u f 

Ugiil lei.tra: Juilw aJ.d run iinaii hot- .Jl| — —zt: 1 ., _ Ycor^ane Pd 



bi.f.and and a raa.daht Pl Vkloita 



3 * year*. Bur*lying ar* a broiner bob 
ntphaw In EiigiBitu and a i.ke< 4 . Mr* 
K. S Ha. 1**11 ot Bieoey. DC. 

Punarai icryi a aUi *# held in Ihe 
ct.aiici '•( 111 * Tnomaoo rueerai Ru**.* wm 
W odnodnr. way l>. el 3 pea. lolcr- 
meal in Royal D*fe Buriat Para 



n* SrodgntOB Strael 
Phona Plfi* 



UoCAU. SSUS 

low* U«' -The Plaral Funeral rmaaae- I** '•gl‘«r al.<r» »«’* ^^*^7 A -d. • 1 ' lyHUKWORK PIMIPI A. Ell. RSPAIR U '. e vr V'.ie 

loler- ~rne Piornl fuseral ireapar Jugi.i ie..>r*: Juiia* w.d run imaJl hot- * — ttzt — u,_ Ycor^ane Pdriwd out With 0 *i Bpahoy ph>.na o k 34 i >•-* -.il 

(Oaetd U UeCnll Jdme* U McCaUM***^ ***•*“•• '“*“ Phan* B ll 3 * . OWAHT, AiiwACrUB LADY PtiB (guipoimt «&d Comonu Hau.eg A* al -- — — , ., 

- #*•»•* Mcnau^.^ .wrnwn-Vwu I aBn«»r“.TftJ ^ aeo.l-oHlea tlaad la wta'.fig .. i PWl’AHE ORAL COnMK'lCllUl* l.'XITimnlIl ,.v'"hK»r 

.oraham E UcCaJi Tbrray a McCall S*^**??^**^ . tb* puBilc and puaiUira ot ln.*i. Ra.»r- TU* ONLY SEJ^^rANB SERVICE iB ,/ VARPKBTKY fttlERaTlOBE. KEPAIRIl J * v.. .i pa.i.ir.r dfk 

at JuLl- and Aaaoelaice I . 8 f *** requirv.i Olt* puen* t.uiikirfr. fiepiy , VICTORIA 1 ^ fencing ad«l"«n« AB» rapaii ■ar..u.>Ef 1 .l • 1 



U 'kBIr^.T.lRhTB WITH LAROI OR 
• mall amount* of monay to UkTt«i in 
' I Ar*i (uortgaga* ai *''•• ItnateU Phan* 
I B iai 3 a*g hit U> Brntch *r he will rail 
al *'.i> hcniv ai « .>r rrd»a«l We Bnr> 
.i*ie murigag** and agreemtRie lo« *al* 
piiiaixiai Sui»*y. 'Umlted. 133 * Go**r»> 
lyr.M e'leer ^ 

'SIKUBH KEW-rKO MAriDBE COMPAHy" 
Tid Vatee Sireal 

U *B JIAVE JUST REfEIVED A lARoE 
khi> mrt.| uf ru{uknru<.* aua.hmenu 
I Get v..u<« u..i;r 11 . r* Ual 

.W'ABini IBSl'l I'P Cl'lCkNlWT 
*« bar le l(«i WtJle P Mall.ra*. »M 

Avenir III.!' • e-'i •. DC 

\‘"Li SIMPLY CAN BOY IXXIK l«VlT- 
1 I'er i<».«ant' tf y«*uy far* i* ait au> 



VETERAN W 1 HHK 5 uOD-JuBS 

lug etc B k 4 ke 



iia* ai.d run imail boi* 



aiMMIPl. APf 

iJmaht! 1 

wo.t-a((U 



4 \ r i 1 '. IMMSUlAl (LV - IX I fry i..>.tant' tf f«*uy far* 1 * alt nu- 

ll? 611 l-ATtONS WANTED— MAI.K 17 KITfATIONS W A.NTtIk-.VIALE 1/ •'tuTn 

' ..... . . -- ^-—1 pvru', at.ii eafal* rewo*ad man trying l* 

all BRICKWORK. CHIUBKYB AND 1 MtU.-... TAKE 8 EKVH.tB-- 8 il»*i*rrkr»a ,.,j. },,« *iDi* vau go ouli 

/\ »utl *otf 0 ^ U 9 !• 9 Ml 9 Ku ^t. Mrl 

B niCKM^tH T PiMErLAuEB. CHIM Ik*' N.r Lilt I T> III* .if E nai.pT ‘girl* -Oerutf.* flaoman apockaJlel 

ne>*. dectf'yg Bull* or rapairen. a.ik- • "'’i.J #>#■ i'’i» in el# • )••'•»'» 

Mnkji p guaiarnrefl « J 4 W« t . 1.1 f auUiul ■ .g.-f ' ;> j viTFt W UMitS I'ml OPTICAi ^DV/ICE 

' I iHU itWORK PIBkPl A.'Ert. R K P A I R I J . e t.r V'.f* fM** d.ua iwrs*. ^FVV vwi. 



BUI SAANICH SEPTIC TANK StRV.JCE Be>* de*if*g w»i‘ " ‘ i -J i*.! 

nul i^irir*.v.D OtrykV.C^ » |••■*t.Tra« «J 4 «« t.U fauUOel . ;> jviTFt 

-d. • . *' lyHU'KWORK, PIMIPI A.'bi. RKPAiR To ', : e or V'.f 



CRAIO There paiaed a**y *1 Rd/at Juhl- 
10 * Hoaniui on May 1 . Nrka. Mra Jaan 
Stem tram, aged ll yeai*. L*lw<*<l elf* • — 
of John (;?alg of >k 1 ) KliMBoi.d iUad — 
boya la Luuniy Oonegai. Ireland, and ai 
re*ideni •( Winnipeg Inr kl year* beloral 



OPTiCAL ^ftViCE 



and Aaaociaiee 
48 d Vaneoave* Btreat 



•ut 'IbM' 

ll. « J «70 



cvmiiki to Virierta, what* gha had re- 
atded lor ih* paat * 1 * tear* Sht 14 tur- 
*ita 4 by. Mctdei her hkiFband. two 
daufhteri, Mary EluaMlH lUaei *• 
hmue, and Mr* J. J MuUaa nf Apocai.e 
Wa«h : two iiaier*. Mr* tan Hunter *■! 
N*w York and Mr* McMaaicr al AuMra- 
Jia: Boe biuihar. Ueotg* Nuller. in It*, 
land, alae one granddaugbier, Sbareo 
Maa Mulien 

Pur.aral aeiviee* will he heU In SI. Luke'* 
nidrrti Oh Wadiiaaday, May li, al 3 pffl 
Rei. P. ITke aiu ofllciai* iniermeol In 
Si. Luka a •'tiUfrn Itinerary. 1 b* Sartde 
Mortuary. L*d , Punerak DureUra. arg tn 
chare* al arrangameni* 

(W'iiMopag papaia. p.aaw avpy) 

Oa ROBEC rm May •. io 48 , al St 

Jo**vh a lluauttal, Mariam' Carulln* de ' 



THOMBCIB PUBERAL HOME 
iParnitriy *f WlanlD*ti 



Cnaplala Barrie* at Moderait Cutg 
L«dy Attei*daal 

(Ectaaiiahed Itlli 

l* 3 k Quadra Biraet a* Balmoral Read 
Pbana O Mil 

Mwiai DtgBjiy-dl Modarau Cmi 
CBAPUB ■ PUBERAL CHAPEL 
iformeyl* Curry *< 

Phen* 0 441 ] 

OppoaglA Ctarut Churon Cathedml 

BAHOe” NOR Ui AR V~ LTD. " 
Puueral Dirertark 



raua*. *v-rBwn-kwi» I aBn«»r“.TftJ * at-.l-aHle# |R»l»t«n Ua*d la mya'.ng .. i SQUARE ORAL COhMK'lCliUh l.'XITimuia ...'"RHFMaM -laM' 

,K^EB ATTEMTIOB -LAROMr DR puB,lc and puailiim ot ln.*l. R*.»r- TU* ONLY SEJ^^rANB SERVICE iB / vaKPLBTKV flLTEKATlOBS. KEPAIRR J * v.. «i pau.ir.r dfa ll* » J« 7 o 

liMiaUaB al 114 kind wi^ b»*n<h« *ne«a requijv.i Oita puena i.untwr. fteptii VICTORIA ^ fencing a< 14 l"eit« ab» rapaii ■*r..u.>Ef 1 . 4 . • 

- i ^ ALBO rO BOXM 7 OUBCAR »_h. horoe B.lhmg «. an,..! S IW _ ,V ,.gft ,, -.r u. iNC*..ilAPUtl. t:N,- 

1 h*e k* a ge lUlu* piopdalUON. with ^TENOORAPHER RKQUtRBU, PERM A- , , . _ _ - - - - y *K M E B T WORK - PDUNOA 1 MMVS I" • . .'i il.oo J*s ♦ |Jtlnt»u 1 

•eodid opp*rt..nUy for adyayktemeDi Ck n«ni poalUan Rea: #*<Vie nlfire. D*- -f ' fla-r*.. «i 4 #*alka tie Hapu* lanna gA' •■. • Mar !•; finr i ’-<3 

/ A»P‘» i**. Ull* liui leliet bniJ 444 .Com.iiik f 1 * f 4 IN TIM ABU Oil OBAloSf . »„j, Sat.afkeMu.. luatan , .^,^,1 tuoriiL' ikrTTiBii HSLP 

uAu * if:~e~Vintwr MITPPIBT clerk roM aUSIBW vp » , iM-uillABUIBo l AiNll.'yw, c.rr _«^ ml.^rv A Utyrdv-l _Ei»l 'll rTran.rg’ Iben e*.I 

**“ PAiNIBRB WAIT J mu, gAPSlil- | ^ ,Uj, i^rmanani imhUIm. axod ,'\ gi'ra apevlal Spring rata*. Ilik-'J VALL THl HOUSE b>«.TOR-WE CAN ‘l-a Ma.J* M 'irr.i «qdtpn>*t.t ej. 

encod. B lUi. wage* ahatthand not reiiulred. Box # 473 , mediate aerrti* uuarahueu *oeg by ei- i , prtacrin* far jour repair* •maU ar pr. I’a.k,, v* ifi# li. uf ur <Ja» G lOM 

IMTBD _ omCE mVraoBM with (Nru. W# ai*« do kMiara. rcpaiiy Arm* lartr. anytblBg B 8 ni PIBod «*•'* H *.»x 3 niti>U 



■ • gamiaiMm ai n* *m»o wim uiuniMv* *ne «4 rcquijfl OH* plion* i.UhiMr. IUp*i , viuiwni* 

from coaai la eu*»t. Otlarlhf warrmn* in g , (M;v.r.ut I po BOX kll OUBCAX 

Phona O mu' Ihra* h**t-*P»r*itng hlghcaubf* aneygeikr ^ ' . « wun ear wunudi. 

rnona u aoii ■ I* * «# uiu* FiopdalUON. with i^rTWHOORAPHER REQUtRBU, PBRMA- . 

— — ■ a aprendld opparo.oUy fur miyamemeni rv nenl pOalUan. Re*! #*<Vie nlfi»«. Da- , _ ...... .. 

Mnun 8 a>arr. c»iami*t>* 04 . Apply mabaacr, 311 , (im leliet. boi J 444 Cwr<iiik flA fklNTCRf ABU OktURAIuSS 

)*f' - - .X ^Lj..o f:~e~V:T^; M'TPPIBT clerk pom BUSIBW vp » , im-LHIIabUIBo iAJNUBd, c, 

.......... PAiNIBRS WAIT J mu, gXPSKi- | ^ ,U, uoemanani imhUIm. gnod ,'\ Si'ra apevial Spring rata*. 1 



I jjPKAY PAINTERS WANTED, EXPSRl- | ^ ,Uj, i^rmanani imhUIm. axod ,'\ gi'ra apevial Spring rata*. IIM-' 7 NaLL THl HOUSE b>«.TOR-WE CAB U-a Moita.-. Ma.J* M irr.i «qdtpn>*t.t ej. 

1 ^ encod. B lUi. wage* ahatthand not reiiulred. Box , 473 . mediate aeryn* uuarai.ueu *org by ei- x , prtacrin* far jour repair* amaU at p*i iv*'#-! V* 'li* ln uf ur <J*» G lOM AA A 

l\rANTEO-omCE mVraOER WITH . - * a\-ii ^ d*.f »k *..*3 nigi.U _ /V\ATL.UA.Pv 

at (eaal I yean eipcflenc# In com- iVAffTlD EXPERIENCED UININO- « •«» *KMei*T WORK. F O U Ik A 1 k U h B . 1 | • ‘U. I IVuUK WARtXD, ORK DAY OPTICAL LABORATORY 

1*1 acNodntlnr. Hot ever 43 year* of , room daltreei, (nit tlsie; aiau par*. ! 1 , aidedaika dti*aw*>a. aeun- 1 1 ' r*i.#i.'» li.i kiO 1 r.li>nkii LnDV./rvn f CJrv I 

Parmaneoi poalllon. Starting talary iimo Priday and Saturday nigh'* Apply 4 JOb YOU l 4 B uKPKBD ub wHEB unka rompte<* Vaieran# OMik fl Itgl , e 'i-. i « nni-nrFFrtw” wii'i I PRtSCMJHTlON OPTICIANS 

Aopit Mr. oladwali. Oladwell Moiora W head waUrea* Tarty # OliiTiig-RrH.m /\ you pi.un* B mpiro laii lOf all yuuf • .:r=;z..;z.-ir= J- . .r 1 V.Ln.^. , ! nfiew lai i>,> rroeor 

ir Pandnra and Quadra ii 'AdTsn ' btkm(miraphbh' ■ AM Fainting, decoiaiiikg and asrar narnunt ( '^?^***^.* CONTRACTOR - PL«iiL V“ r * **'*^*.i"L ®’*‘'*‘* 

- \\ ANTED — BTKH'JajRAPHgB, ■ A I* « ■ Perriday ' loundalion*. aceat*. aeptia tank* U>* j. »*•« r. pe per i*A*k li»*»r*e p yt*r» |a«*ri«nre 

ANTED PIRST'I.'LASS BODY AND 1 * l« I pa dally. Bubiiay ecciudad. _ ■’ drain* R A fryer. f 44 tk nr* Hrfrrr-n'r- |«..| mo* y-rmarlv WUh i-ontaii<ia>e<y irpiical Cn. 

<*..«» u.»u. — 

? . t: ,.: — Z. TI . ' J <u»* »eur nroti.eine vkin ua iatiaaiM or email yotta ** 100 '*'* Praaipi ar.iee I t .* » m me = -;ed ..a*, ir, — ,;',., nPTPrTIVC QCD\/irC 



*1 at >ea»l I yecfl eipcflerw# in com- iirAffTID EXI'ERIENCED UININO- a,Jr» 

Imer'ial aaodntinr. Hot over 43 year* of, > v room daltreei. (*U (!■«; aiau par*. 

lag* rarmaneoi poalllon. Starting talary iim* Priday and Saturday nigb<* Apply * JOb ruu 
• 3 » 0 . Apply Mr. uladweU. Oladwell Moiora W heed waitreM Tarry * OtiiTiig-Rwm ,\ you piiun* 

I rotner Pandora and Quadra WANTEO - BTENOORAPHER; k AM* ?!;f 

ll’ANTED PiRSTc.'LASa BODY AND '» 1 * I pa dally. BuniJay etaludad. 



*■ kl* paid nne AMU aaiunayund '' i Swirt., aidedalka, #•* N* 0 Ui langa JK- • Mar l.i finr i ’-<3 

tia raiNruRS ANU otiURAluss . »„), g,„.„ SauafavMuo guatan . • .vikh iitoUiiLL ikimiNn 

d .'\ Eiir* apevial Spring raiea. Iiii-'J»ALL THl HOUSE b> ".TOR- WE CAN U.a M..ita.-. M*.J» M it ; , qutpn.ei 
I. mediate aerviit Uuarai.ueu *org py ei- a , prtacrip* far jour repair* amaU ot P*>>‘»e>l Vi Ui* li.ut ut <]ay 

K ru. W* alia do gativrai repaiiy Arm* large, anything EklD P 18 og da i ii*»a 3 niinu 

curaivr* binj ur K 1 MI Saiabllabed — 



Pret'npr ,Arrut*i,.) Trarv|iai*d |n|d 

Cofr*<;i«*.x*i *•* and Ei>*< .*cl*a 
> 

Diok'ii Leni# Piipii' tied PrvMpkJ. 

V A-'U’ala'r 

^ H* ^l*(> riuUun Neadad 
Jlk«l Oil.ig in Ih* Plg>a* 

W* Nq«* Ih* lafeat kquipoianl 
To ntagnaae Vout t *<ii Peavt 



,*.,eura.«e WOHK ’ P O ll Ik A 1 k W h B . 1 | • ‘C.MVuJiK WARtXD. ORK D 4 Y| 

— 1 , iidort. aidedaika dti*aw*>a. ae,jM- 3 k--- r,i.#i » it.i k.o 1 hli>nkii | 

a lifi inV''air?o^ *•““ V»ief 8 Aa 0 >il 4 OIkdl , JAllI P V. . r noriTKiri-fR Wlllj 

... M VONCRETS rONTRACTOR - PLOCiRP ** lalf Of l.-n.* and lamii* dur ; 



[avr ___ . . * yoMA» oR G»^yuR Hu^is^ T;auV.:*'2;;!r.:;^ -‘,>81?“““- i^i^nVimi’ 

1 4 ’Arnaii — TWO flRBT-CLAas AUIO- *' end care at involld. Bleep in. M) . ... 

\> mod^ BtehanKa Muai have eon Mkehigan _ I .4 T ALL TIMES PHONE E IMk fOR THE INXPEmEHC 



•'I laUPOr*') l-'c' 



Maa U 2 « IMi 'll, 



1 ' » ■«dii« Bethanlta Mini have aon MMhigan _ ^ 

,tooil. Apply Mr C. J MeiedUh ai O 1111 YVAHTEO-EXPERUCNCSD PUR flNIbU- 
it*ANTED -3 PAJNTERS-ONLT FIRST- »» ,*r_ Permanant poamon lA right Party 



ArtliOa.ll, OeelgBOd 

-ar..* th-i-el an Mm.dy avtik.ng at g.lk 

'■?,*'.VS5' w*:„ '' "i'’' 

in hii 4 )rd tear, luir,. In ikaukang. Ei.g- , aheaTORB OP DlBrUfCnVE PLORAt 

I*;;;' r.:v; Lv's ”• 

perni. h>l mou.ar and laihar. Mi. ang^* •*'** 

M>l ftan,!* A':*'kn urenam -vf Vie- ' ‘ — 

Intia. BIm Mfi* niuihar frank, and Ion • MONt'MPMTAI U'IIRHU 

aliiara. Mia* Klaia <nd Mlu Marlovi*.* NIUHLMZ.WTAL WORKS 



U ’ArrrEO— sv to help driver on 
tmrk Apsfy Eeoroay Staam Laun- — 



, «»*•* ^yAITEIM WANTED. ST. JAMES CAPE ' rAiNTEHS AND DIXORATOM iTn. 4 l’“'" 

'ANTED- fIffST-CLASB CAKE BAfftR - - - «A papvtiaii*lliS. fbon* B gTTk. U 3 g May V* »Ta” 

' Oolpen Loaf Bake ry. IVAITRESB WANTKD POR L^FEE Etfe»‘ ^ 

♦ANTED — fintlT AND MAOAXINE *h*8 _0 ttJ3^ 4 "H EN HON — PAIKTINO AND DEinR- ^'iiM>ee 

aalai.nan Phen# EglAk. I O EXPERIENCED WAJTRSS6B8 FOR DAT l' •»'“• Tewnr* work EM™ 



nur oi^.d*. Sixilnriiy* deco.aiar i;ioH UENtfiAL 6 TTWCD abu PLAni tR- :===;, 7 r 

. __ - - I ing. Repair •«••* a »peo*i)y. Ph.-'i»# 2 ® NI R.s|N(, ANP CON\ A* 

U. TYPKB OP USCORATTNO - ; oefgon Kinneralay. E 1»1 I LCSC'PNT IIOMFH 



.xon RFEruV SERVICE UN ItOL-SBX 



DETECTIVE SERVICE 

INVCSTiaATlONS OP AIX EIRDE 

Oovemmant i.lt*r>*ed and 
Banded 

Ailtir* Prae and Slrlrlly CanfUtenil^ 
Phona E e 4 «l or 0 3114 (ar AppniMihaPi 



JS TOUR INSURANfE UP TO DATS* 
P'>r rompitia r'lveiag* nf all irpa* rf 



AjL' 

ll'ANTED-*! 
, • y OqIira l 

wanted” 

yv aalai.viB,, 



i Al*.>VKItV PRIVATF HOSPlT At— FllLI-Y :t turanea. liirludUtg Hie aulampbile plaia 
X ' aufied grariuar* awtae* Uad'i-a- vI.m. parv-nai liak.ltiy and Doaur pvllci**. 



papgrtiaiieliig. Phone EfTTk. im May H A OR OTHER MOMfN HiilLI roa**»#«re»..#. abrvMi.ta Did Uaeeliy Ter ',u, ar* W B. Rirkpdirirk. 
‘ ...*>• framing or (IniaSing -on'rar'i Fte- '•'* » l »4 _ I 

TKNnOkf— PAIKTINO AND DECOR- »*ilmaiet B A. Odd L. Ru'lderi n.nna ttoVlt ■ <R IMVAtJUB OR EtUgOLY' FINANCIAL SURVi 



Phen* tgfgk. 



SAl.gSMKN AND AGENTS 



and nl|hi ehida. Ap«ly Cooper 



In..*. Elmi an# aroihar fra.ifc and lod | MONLMKSTAL HORKH VATlOKALLY AOVEnTrSED AND REC- 17 8 ITLATIONB WANTED— MALE 

aliiari Ml** Klata End Mlu Martov)*.* NlOOLSIi.WJ AD TkOBKH *> agniMd prafeaalongl »*t»iee reqgirM < 

Oiaham. •! Vlrlorl* . — — ■ — .... . f)rei-cltu apeeialiy aalexmen. pr»f*rtPif 1 

Puneral urfleeg W)U be held as Wad- SIEWART MONUMENTAL WuRKS. LTD with ear and lelephane Hlati fwtnmiMlon* 1 
avtoar anernnan. May 11 . 114 *,. at 3 ' 14*1 May Straat— o ) 4 k 3 and repeal btialn#** amor# rtcaiienl In- A “TTER CXMXNT SEPTIC TANR 

nrhuA *( MrXjkll Rrolher*' roral funeral Curbinfa Tablaia Marker* end Monumaeu e)im#. Pull parllcuiarx 1 * Aeeounling and xx gnaaetraa aaoer. Ml* drain loilalltd 
Chapel, under autpiie* e( Camarun Lodg* I Maaa to Your Odd feraunai Dealgna Incovn* Tat Alda, J 133 Aeadue Road, To- etaan^. repaired Irratnad ap^aiUi* ^ 



FOR DAT 1 ' 

per* Urill ■tfiffS' 

4 RBLIAni.B^Bf 

. _ Ji raearnaKi* (e** 



He 84 . A P A A.M. Inicrmeni In Rsfal * 
Odk Burial Park. , H 

■AUWICK Paaaad a*ay at lUyat Jubilee I " 



COMING EVENTS 



rdfiia Ofliarin .*el baeemanla Advtee a« dralnag* pfdb* 

I- ' — - — Mm* All worhmvn fully eipe-ieneed Ca- 

I iEAL EBTATE BAUCSMAN WANTED FOR meol worb |t all lypee a 34 hour eerykea 
b grrund Gnar ofnet, main thatnuth- jf.,...,... ^ 



■AUWICK Paaaad ***f at TUyal Jubilee . __ eppuUunlly (or aa amMllou* man 

Haxpiial on May i 1040 . Mr* Caiharinci * bakkh. up PUN ||h Incr**** yearly earnlngi. Evaigreen Real 

Earl Hammlrk. *g*d 43 yrari. bora ir ' 4 " OU>-nUB DANC 8 CVBJiT SATUR- 1 K«'ele Ltd., 414 UovernmMl Sireeu Phone 
Saingald. Beotiand end a i**i 4 *ni *f «\ gap iawer Cryeiai uarden Uome- oenty 

Viooria for Ihe naai tk yyari. lei* tHi- iiaaikara Oiebaeua. Caab utUm • • U. ; . aV^ 

danea 181 Viyi-tia Avenue Survived by, bo ceoia I W An i»d-fwxsi -wi-am kkai, awiAia 

tier huabandj lg»ur*nr* A two aen* !- 1 »• aaUaman. Uuit be aeperunrid.* Apply 

Laurenr*. at bovna, and Datlel vt Barry ' A TTENTION — LAILB HILL OLU-Ttiat 8 «na*> A C# , I 3 i Pori Strati, Vleiorta. 

Oni ; on* fleuihier, (kvitdra, at homa, • » danea. Scale'* orenaatra will n* held ' ^ ■ ' — ' ■ 

Funeral *er»ree* will ho held in Ih# in Straaiwrry Vale HaU. Saturday. • «a MtLFWANTED 

Mamogal Chspel nf Chime* nf Iha (land* Admiaaton kOe Coffee ^ 

Mnnulry, l,i 4 , on Tliurfdav. May IT ai — - — — — — ^^■^;ad - — — — — 



3 ROON SOTLO 



4 RBLIAni.B DECOKAItNU SERVICE. 8 «l'» Eai.male* gi< 

raaernaM* (#*• aanmata* 0 1484 ' £""7 . S 13*3 

4 D TRIPP - PAINTINti. DBCORA 1 - rtOOITNO. BRlCK BIDINO OUtTEKS 
‘ 4 « In* oaaerhaflgtne B tied inauiatloa eia Ctnurari rate* Tweniy XI 

. - '"■•-J-f:' veer* eipa'lanra Immodlaia alupunp j __ 

l>*IT 8 -NO JOB TOO SMALL. PAl*ER- Fni fre^eaiimate* E »*dl 

I»_h#n*)..f end pal-ilnr ^vtVCCt) WOBR DONS 

i tOLUNGPORD. E IdTO - P AS N T I N O ^ *"® Sjmro# F 1 

'' pap frnar ging and devwrattdg rpiLE SPOIS FIBEPI Af 

L x 1 t 3 d - PAINTTNO, DPiXjiTaTINO. ‘ rnnmv avyrart warki 
J Plavier pekthme. lealwf* vOk free e»M-#..* 94 



• framint or (IniaSing -on'rar'i ere- _ 

male* Ia. and L. Rddar* rt,<*na tT>>WE r"R IW-UJUS DR rtUgULY' 

11 p*'H* Va'ai'iy now • 43 dP. i)n (N ' 

KW HOMES. ALTENATIONS 4 NII H»- '’•* 

pal.* Sei^ale* glaai. B B We;i imm^iAIF. flFJdl PHIVAT K VACANtT ' 
let. Phone B 13*1 | , 



X'KW HOMES. ALT 
-X pal,* Xei>m*lc« 
•ii'er. Phone S mS 

iSoOflNU. BRICK 
I* ln«i)>llM atm W 



rrn.soNAL 



1 FJNANCJAL SURVtY LTD. 

1)34 OOVERNMENT BTRSri 
|PNOKB nidll EVBNINUS, E U 44 

ZIA H^IKDREHSERH and 

i >;■ tff.Al'TV 6PECTALI6TI 



I a IX BCNICK SHAVKWANTER. REIJ-|~— -- — — — 

^TVCCO WORR DONS . JOHN HAMIL >'k Uke<un Portarn tierirla ahavat r*. ' \ IX 1 .YPE 8 OP BEAUTY CULIUKBm- 
^ tan 4 )id Stmree F Idtk Inalr* ili>n* In ur'e da* Shaver tpaVlalUi •'* Cold oavaa. maehina and marhino- 

’ZTT <f'*fe* avert day Omp'eia *(•<** ai , laaa parmaitama 111 Vww X^ue Saaiuy 



ria ahavat r*. ' \ IX 1 .YPE 8 OP BEAUTY CULIUKBm- 
haver tnaviaiui /\ Cold oavaa. maehina and marhino- 



ryxiLE spots PIBEPI ACWi AND SATIl pa* eiMtric ariavar* Trade-In aiinoanee Ma'wn Bill! 
1 rnnm arywrt warkiueri*hHk t <ar*n- on vo«r md iMehine WrCaii.Oavry Rru* — 



>311 aivieo . 7 ; .*— «« 

* tkOOnWIN PORMENIT OP/r'^* 

blo<krh b» 8 «".wt»c ianim „"V,V, C«.Vr'', 



i*nd fraa e»M— a*'* O 4411 

riULE BY~NOHM"aN - BATHn^Xn^ 

1 «<r)k*. b* 4 Mh* Pi'-e dua'l'v ORi 
Cngnirv and AmaM,an 11 a O dOM 



, _.I 4 BLAX-KKU DRAIN. UPTIC I ANIMI • b:...!:',;;"' ,V*>*ntiid " riili* ■V'l Amafcan lie OddM I 4 LCOHiUlCS ANOHYUOUS - SIACOh a l-rRMAhgKT 

STATE ifeaae-lraii* loiialwd. cleaned «r ra- braean E»i*#ihed 1411 1 i 'uoa, — •«) wovn ~ amv t ' * • H''i C 1 >*(>iv ConSd^ilel inform*- ! •» iiaamed in a 

•ApoD J **»*ti*he*. HatUlarthw “'•**" rviarm.rmo mi ti hrw poU ANY LATHTNO gieoholKa Wm# SO baauiv Sal- g 14 ) 

riB , gimranu*!. CanertI* aatlmaiee giaen Y rOUSB PAINTTR-T 8 T SPRAY OR ’ nhona Bddde ,D„, 

m*%‘ill'AlhIlri«S"aV'i' 4 ki'“o:?^ ^^*""**-‘* "» ^ri.AliTERfNa“AND”RTUClTmrii 1 _ . 

'-811 A»lan ItOQ or S 4 asi, oordie Woikmanahln eitaranleMl Pne free evil. Z: — — Pbfl Bireet * 



HfcLFWANTED 



..'Jr *“w UOTXM Wo)km*n*hlp r'»xeenla«( Fnv free evil 

’'*'**• HI maiee pfl'm* B iltk Pnimpt and rourt* 

CTOUNTtNO AND flOORRPSPXNO *ar*lea 



Kvatv Job a Re>-,-mir,h<vaitnA 
PRANK YORK T 14 namidnn Road 
FT 1 "d 



Mnnufry, Ud , on Tliurfdav. May 12 ai - - r: . 1 — ' ^■^:a^ — — • i a CCOUNTtNU AND flOORRPSPXNO o «4 farflea FTind 

I p«. Archdeaeon P. CarnlGl will ofll«lal# A — OLD-TIME DANCE, PRl- / kNE OR TWO PENSIONERS OR PEN. /V «ul builneaa #ulda*k«* l-eT^ .U,i : 

lAtermeni In Roval Oak .burial Park ' * day. Uih. Srupd Slreet Audllarlum, ' ' iloner (Miple 

• Bd»*eilna and Calgary paper*, p-faiv Btawaci a Oteheeu*. » p ■. RefreahaenU pari food and •hni# of reiurhi from larg# SoJgV **i up kept — ■» *— y -i w nihly * deenraiiM »pr*t painune If * 

•ipy.j 1 Admiaiion kOc. ' itfetabia gardtn f«r working aom#- Nice Raamvoahle 'Fbeno kntn ipreferrad reaeunaM* prlro* •arkmait- * J s*R N — rRowp o "OT 

— — — CZ — - „ ■ raunfnr diairlrt, otnr Ytetoru. Apply Bus - -- - *hlB guarkBlaed P'»r M'lnaw*. 1 



— — 1 -— zttt; — — r-=r r-untrj diairlrt, otnr Ytetoru. Apply Bus «nip gunrnoiaed r-'f M-inaie*. 

„ _ ^ ^ ' ALRIRTA ASSOCIATION. PRcKJRBS- ; jggl. Cotoolal t ALL RKSPONSIBUJTY TAKBN >- Tl>P - 1 ✓ T- ANDERSEN 

■ACT At Ih* Velernn*' MnaptUI »n Ma* • * * 1*0 ptiiaL Prine* Rs«*rt H*u»e. Thurt- - -- - --- - —1 A pipe removing dangeroua ireee ciit -®*1 RUhei Rireei B Itil 

k. Ik*«. Adruu Houi. to m* Idih )<*j. day. May 13 • p «. Onod gtorery prae* WANTED - EXPERIENCED MALE OR *ny k"«h c^haln »*V Bi^ila ramp^ . .. 

bnrn iO Moiiieeal, and * reatdeni a( V)r- Evarybedy wciruae. > » v femal* waol praaaer. Apply Pnatortpm nenaaAikbl* rnargei B)Pkk PAINTTNO AND DECORATINO I* 

i-w* lar iM paak Ji year*, (-a leave* u.- - - - - D>g w«o ms Pori Siraet ' ' proof *J our vkin. Jati RUrhl* F W J 

mourn hla foa*. hia wHs Rallb M. andt A SKTTXR OLD-TIME DANCS KVEJTf - nv' — ,4 TTTLxmONl-BCOTnB IS ETllX ON ' ‘ r.a^,n .-v-vun 

Oh* dauihtar. MiU|yitb J. ai ibe \ WidnetdaK wUh suwart a Orr.hcau*. U W ANTED'^-rTNALE HELF «** H*. rWdring bwtlavnrda and- I 'VT.^Tn,. . 7 -v 

faaUy raaidanre, XA Lang Siraei. al*o at the Print* Ropen Matu*. All •aicoma bnaair.enu Haul all ruPBUB a*ar fgUl * 

OB# aan. lawia mVui of 830 Jaamin#' — , — i 01481 afwr ■ PHONE 9 roNRAD- S ktky 

Avvnu* Th* laia Mi Haul »arv#d alibi I l*RLB AND PLOOR SHOW BY THE A PPREJXTU E POR PUR WORK- APFLTI- - — - * »t ^irtWrairt o***!!** 

Ih* find SaaXorU* UighUnderi duflin Ih#; * ' Komaipai.er* al MrMarran * Patllhvn. a\ In perton. Modern Purrtert, 1188 Pnri ,\ GOOD CARPBNTKR POR PINISH ■ I !! *,!Ln ^ nwAiRg 

Oieai War, |Prld*r, May 13 . Modern and old-ilma Stieai i * » work nr gentral building and repair* ' ***** 



I Hobart H*u»e. Thur»-| uV, i P*"*- fYsio’lng dangeTou# irate Cbt- ®*^ R Uhai Rireei B Itig - 

Odod gtorery priae* \\ - UPtRlENClO MALE OR Miy kngih Chain »aw Mluap* ramoood •/■vlti p aiN-mtix'^'^'nwrviP an ui 1 1 * 

i vY temsl* waol praaeer. Apply Paawrtpm deaeanikbl* r,iara** EMM I iL" faintinii AND dbcoratinii la 

Dre W«o MB Part Siraei '' proof *J our *km. Jati Riirhl* F kO J 

TIMS DANCS KVEJTf a-- 1 : v' — ^ 4 TnLxmONl-BCOmB IS ETllX ON' i»*i-TtNO *Nn nSTYkRATlNa 

n Siawart'a Orr.hMita Id UAVTirn irrMAl.r nri.iv JV Uie lab. rGarinr bsuiavwrda aoe > 1 yaih 1 iho a"li iwtira i iivu 



•n* ** 0 . loai* ifVui of 83 d Jat 
Avvnu* The laia Mi Haul tarved 
lh« find BaaforiB Ukdblanderi durini 
Oieai War. 



Pot Qualllv and EtBrivnie 
PHONE 9 CONRAD - Skdky 



rimerai aorvH** wiu a* nwia an vaeanee- , vi ufOToava pay rjom- - - . r. ni-ung vo aor* iiarn, anxtaua I* plane* 1 faeitrrfivn aNn UCmRaTtlfQ U N 

dav aliarnooti. May ll, IM 8 . al J It Mil»imitY Club. Admiaaicfi, Tkt. 8 - 1 . Door IJOOKKEIPKR FOR fUTTAlL BOSINEBS. o MM <CD 4 a»ac*' Sidney M 184 'meieag*. I ** decorattno u n 

McCaki Bralhar* ^ral kunerai Cbapal ' sriae. ^ l» Raa IlkJ. CoJenlM. • ”, - I <_ L^» O *ai 4 

Utwani U Rnyal Oak Burial lafK. I' -Vn« AT LAKB «uni?»Y BATUR: / xAFAs'li w 6 maTto CARS ^~E:. ^ ^ 

II' day. Stewart* Ortbealra Dan Uauy ' d»rl» Mdy. raafined M bed. Coxmuy:S. F PlaeJt, aUl Vktar. ■ 7 k 43 ' * H«P*rtd EaHwniae (ra* Albfao lllK 

KAMA 3 — Faaaed away al Uio iaaUiy reel.,MC. Bag M door. Cotfoa-Mrvad. AdrlWb hame. near Duncan. Reply Mn. P. White - 1 — I taafUT U eo PAPCRflawonia nco. 

datkca DM Lratfileaer Jknad, S*ingb#e»l*IP* 8 *e - -anvim ^ W.IUnflaw. B C. A “* **F»»TROOOHmo AND DOWN-' I _ J *r™ ***'" 



datira DM Lralgtiaaer Jknad, Sengba*t**>P* 8 dc 
Raamv*. *• Mat 1 . 1148 . Mr. Lauia Aa-,~.rz 



drew Kamal. aged g) y*Mi. and a rati- fmOAT, MAT IX OOROON ' J xrjNOENlAL COMPAHION-MODBfcKW 

daui af VicWria all bui HI*. Baryived ® Head Airport Aid playgroatid tporta |'-^ m. 41 (or wldawer; amall awin 



a hi* and, WaiGf at homa, two nieca* | 8 - 11 . Adm Tke coup)*. 

I*. W. O. lAkie*. Ajmti, 441 Arnold t -- 

Aveou*. and tie.* M«ai at Vlatavta 1 |,M)RB 8 TERr HALL. T 48 BROUGHTON 
Uira* napnrea jovapn A. Kamai ot .*■ r 



i. Rarnai 01 • campielaly rooovatad. ptaoo. nienvp f ew** <ww oe--. • rrikgpiwm jrxw r-i*e*,t«n n> 

. . kin Kama) of (aelilUak lodge mraang-T raotpUnn* derR paopM Muat b# gaod Blaln A 

Vkiotia. iparikaa ReaeonaW* HeeervaUon* sefJI , »•«» ivwn raorn and bath. 41 * E 4014 - 1 * **^***®^ ®®® 

PUitera, aerelvea olll ha held la U«al~’ — - - — — — - . . , _ _ oawnp-pa* rhOAe B 4 t 3 l 

Memorial Clitpei n( < litmee *1 in* gandel Ii'®** RXNT»E 8 QUIMALT L*OMMUNITY i XOOK-ROUBEKEWER, PAMILT OP 4 . GARDEN LGTs'pLounim 

Mofiuajy Ua . Ml Wadnaouay, Mae II, * 1 , wadding. purUaa. dance* » No entarlalning dao* Pleaaanl h«»* I A ‘ 

18)8 am Interment la the lantuy plat*'' tacllllle* Blnga eeery Priday . A»ply *lt)t reftrenceg, Loral O. O Hit. . baealllttng. Prlcv 

m Rom Rev Camaiare .night PhO«M*G 1318 - - - _ , broc (I SMI 

► ^ ' . •_ .--- - - ' / «OOK-MUOHEKEEFER. POUR ADULTS I . t 7 ~TTpW'^ -rwrw 

I^'KIR Rtjrr. KINOS ROAD HALL, SM i / ||„ |n. ,.«g ■ JgTg . I A^«|Tlr" n 

MASON OB May g. MM. al Rnrnl Jubila* L Kmc* R«ga. t»t wedding*, dance* ,..I^TVi,''priB“*a'e;,.~ ii.ii.r«^ .Otni. 

■oa»<l*l. Uemga Wi-iiam MaMd *i 111 nania*. #D. B 33 M ix ’ASHIEM POR RETAIL STORK MUST , SatlfTafUaei guarenieed 

JatoiAAon MifMs- in girti Bt*r. noiM . . * * * * — b* 1 * trpt IMf IW. Cnk>nUl ■ v •■#« - — 

Lb rnria •ntJ 4 i»l l 4 i< \| § 0 ILA 4 UIK OANCINU i^A* . *“•» . , . _ A?l. OWC® WJ Do BVKRT^RtNr) — 

Mfy. Alla m*V Cordoea Bay Danrlni eteri COMBINATION P I L t J_> V*'rfwa Ph-n#« r )*|g and B 1148 

cwming iw VuivM*. A yvari *t«. . Saintdav nlghl 8 -lX Bian Crnaa otvhe *- 1 • ' rWrk and •f#n<v«Ph»r Reply, fifing a LL RUBBIBN REidOVED HAAtMKNTS 

IMner.l *eo..aa will b* ba.d 0 i, lliurs.'lr* Iwmbwla prlau Make H a d*i* !•' ‘Kie kiperltne#. lo A »{. ," 77 ^ 

day aiiernwai- May ll. || 4 ». at I ariwt denr* In iha (rtandle atmaaphav* at Me-|M 1 I 4 Coianiat, cail Ray B» 4 i 

IS McCall BroUiee* Plaral Fuueial Cbapei Morrtn * , . .«pu.igv,<-*t> hka RR ‘ < xHINXSE OARDENin. BX REP. RE- 

£;■- “‘•’ll wh 5 t—^^^ -in.ir.' -• •• 

mm* M itofai oaa PWIM J*ip. 1 8 Jd Tu#»d*y. Ill In oria#* and lock* •« Worn Appir »u Ray dadperi. Ud . ' A 



^ xrjNOENtAL CCMPANION-NOUmSKP- ReuM pabitinff fpray Of bmtk. B 8 J 33 . I Vj BOWEN. PLABTBRtNO CONTRAC- 

U hVf gSaU :r..r«"::rU";L'.-^: i :l x. *"‘e'.si?raHrv:?j;^d lu;:;; 

"S!‘^.iv...i‘w^..,-^,V-TWo'EL'^ sKTigisr--- 



CONCRETE 

SEWERS 

BRICKWORK 



VV. HUNT 



m IV., .^a. Sireat and Paadur* Avenue A CT (vrjw POR OUR TWu-POR-USB 
- Yk-i/';t* •-' -a tpariwia b» perwanenla and aoM •ae*. 

-- « — ,Nr* Rae fieauiy Shop, dll Part Bt 0 3*44 

I 4 LCOHIILIC* ANOHYMGUn - BBACnn a i-rRMASIKT WAVK EVERf CURL 
i'JV hi'i C 1 -*biv Ccnffd^ilal inform*-! •a iiaan-ed in a oalh of nu. at Relmor'a 
' imn aik .3 *«t>ic* u aluholOa Wnia SO iwauit Sal- s 14 ) Viaw Btraal B 44 JS 
hai a|) ■ > — , 

trOLLVX^iD BEAUTY SALON « 8 IT 

'v LL TYVinV MrnTffs rRAMiNO ilp'-f'V.f 'a«’d'.r.:j * •**’ 

I -\ ai.-l eia.lallty «mY Oil Mlsui-ga — - - . — — - . 

• lear.«! ard rrvfured We in> lie be-i |u y e \| ARCH HALP-PHiCE SPBClAtB IN 
i,»l in«r T beeu<i>ui O''"”'** and arnaa.e,, «J *>1 laymaftahi*' Avaiow Saauty lalsa. 
|Ft--iH,* Crafix T 44 (Ml Bireei. iNe*t i 4 %L 4033 Ui-aistrt^Miova Krttge a 

r*** . . _ - ...V**"* FERMANENrS FINE MAlk A 

4 TTtMIfJHi P»R A COMPLFTE OVER- *Y tperlaliy Bobeiia Baauiy -SaiWB 
lex bail •( y«ut *e«li.g marhin* whai-ftenm A < amppeil buikditm uaus 
'ever vnaie n.-r-a U 18 JI Taylor BCv. _ _ — 

■ li !»•' (<->••• WTVLBCKESI BEAUTY SALON OFFIJXA 

M *■’ ail ivpta of parmanaai aaetng U 8 i 

4 flTIrfnF AND W'jfiENN I’H'TDHB Uiadalun* R lilt 

a. IJhMb r|,Tw*ttLS. LTD rFERMANENT *i^VYS 

a K, UUiH RAUIIMAKER’dMLOR:,i. *’*T' ^ 

’ e'\ • ntnrai I Birr*, U 47 I 8 — - 

- - /txRUANT SEAOTT SALON - FKRMA- 

n rSI.-DFL't 1808 FUN SHORTY.' I L par * • tpm-taltt. Tf*I Odtk* gitgh 
fSad* from your aid (ur naai Bring Warv Oiaan lb)g Pari Bu*** B 8334 

I yaur aid far rival la Fnatee a tag wa'II. - — • • - — ^ 

giea yau *■• eiiimaia af u,* muderaie ewi ' DE LUXE SBAUTT BROP 

ailho ',1 rdii|iatW*i. Hundred* af ladle* *• Bebagiintr and Darotbr Rawltnaww 
hae* been deliinied wlib thld mw PMieri®*"® "f Tnrwnin Bnlidlng Plwv** B 1 SIS 

MTiibir NANBLip * 

M OviKB ARB StLBNT PRIENDS AND ewa 

tsarv . •on? tn Md on* greeied df .'_'***<>•> >*y _Ayet.kv* ~ Wtono Q 1143 
new an# madt whi-e btwwaing m i 



Vancouver. Uatiy ond Hamirt Kama) gf faelilUaa (odge «e«aB|*. raoepUng* xj derR paopH 
Vlrtotia. ipgrikaa RaaeoaagI* HeaervaUan* sefJI , *aok ivwn tanvn 



MUhvn / IOOK-BOUSEKKSPBR 

Mptlng* X J derR paopia Mua 



lOOK^tOUBEKEWm. PAMILT 
' No Hitarlalnlng dan* Pleaaanl 
.Fply PlUt raftrenerg, Lwal O. O I 



I C^Ul . .y ^ PQ tVERYTHlNfl - — ' ' " ^ aif# .iv.em ).>pgn |r*« f o m l*tkPB*':i“ 



TO BUILD? 

>* Calik'trlat* afofl- 



IHE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 

•41 pp.i Biifv. Shane B DD BARGAIN HOURS AT 

tiRmsii KM^tAK flurrs, prkabeb. rue i a pDXNrP 

l» Maiieea tgirv*. i>i,|*n*. rhiMfev, *' ' 

, oeae B xai 4 n»a Rre 4 Id pavann* vingmg op at g a ■ 

.I'vAfi MOriETTB BTL'DIOB POR COM ll,, 5 ,rear.'.*’*-kVV.J.T.; I’*® 

X - u. ■ •.tteivie e* aa, M„ua •Hrff'Mn* Will tereiva an o 4 i maehina 

** * • w*04IHf 9«tTP*^0# M P*f nutmn MttttnVfll 4r 4 Cislj fa# ari^ 

I A 40 , ^ 4 ^ ^ tiCl* f«AMr» 0 t if >0 | 4 ||| UMlA 



MOl la M 4 I 4 I 0411 HttlliJ t* 4 {^. 



4 LL TTFO'^ THEE WORK, WOOD '•rial 8 ) 1 « ' 

Satlrt^ 7 ‘^" eua^nlela""’"*^ •«* •?!• SjlWrD BFRAYINO AND FAt 
SatHTar Onei tuaronieed _ ^ paiwvhangmg •) EIng. OXdt 



yard*. »t« . riaanid rail Ray BM*') 



PARTNER WKIirr. 



MoALUSTER Faaaed away at Royal MBS Cwrmarani Streat. 
JuBiloe Nwapital an May I. 1048 . U<> nw uowiaev 

Ap-iie UiAiiieicr. agwi -J yoarn. m-rn in >s°y* _'?***I 

BuiaWai, S,ailuidt«iir*, SuglanX aivd *'* ?} FtI^* R 



a 8 3 * T\i*»d*r, It! In pnaa* and lucky 1 *«rn Appir Nu ^y dadpert. Ltd. 
draw Admiaaion ik« Afionxoon garnet 4 ti Wiitiam* Fireet. B Ddg 



l.'XFIUtlENCEO SKDdBTRKBS JOIt RB^'^ ** 

part ang uteratiarig or aa* oilHne i 8 “a-Uen, Uv# in 



BuuWm. S.ailuidaHir*, SiiglanX aivd a * danea ol Frine* RabtM Mbum. Pel- M . . 

revideni of Vt-u-rin lot is* p»*i Ml®®.*' •**!' U'. •• • P«n. lo 'efeni enui-|and • pm daily 
roar*, lai* ravidon.a Dl buanpy iMieet i tainmenc Calwmbiant Orcfieatra •»* 7 - T’-vVpwwiwiir'wn 
Airv.;aa ay her huabai.d. Wii.mm p,_ [ body weirng*# Dwr ptiw Admuawn |,-^XFERIENrED 

al bama; thro* aivn*, RUliam Jc., >»• 1 7 ** 

3030 JuiUnu HMgd, Kivhatd s. gj IIS )>|3 WANTED— MAUB HELF ** 

LoxkNy Biteel, VKidilA, ginl Jgaa l _ > 

M Yaneoxnar. alt* llv# grand .nilgren I — , I' 

Til* >a-ae Mr* Ui-Allialer »aa |.r**l .\ *< KXPBKIENC'ED BOOKKSBPkH POR 
dareaMd by hey d*i.gHiev. Mra R. Y. * > ratal! bxuin***, mu*i bo abla to handle 

Jane* M OtS Kipling SivaoL wn Uarrh' t 4*1 Of b-vok* and taka Off monthly trial |, 

38 . 1048 . Tha lai* alrt. McAiiltler «a* balance. Ole* age, aiperiaoe^ and full 1 

a mamoar ol Vtetono Cbaoior. so. so i paciicular* tn Bra* leiiar i* S »4 33 M. ai 

Women ol (ho Mnoee, and PnneoM ^ CwlonUi. .* 



norsoOB gameo 4 II William* Fireet. B Odg _ v- varfenTER - riNIBNBR WANTS jol 

r'XFBRlKNCBo'CABHlKR FOR POUN- •* * •e*ga_Swg 7440 , CwMnltl 

annual may . I e lain magatlna* and tnoaeea Apply to I.XNOUSHMAN OF 4 d LOOKS FOR POST 
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OIX-AOUM PUKHIBMRU UuUSb, IBBIDB 
^ tbo l«-aiUo rircM. oiuatad or a Ik- 
Acro oiiat* Por • nontba Mar I to Oc- 
tebtr 21 Rrui kkd okobibly HrlABd. 
TbACnAk * CaIIIp. IM Yatro Blrott 



V WCLL PQRNlBilXD DOUBLE BCD- 
roAM. duiti naor taa and Btaoen 
Rill Park. roAkonablt B 2 SM 



lap oorrlU 4 fran 
1 M irapk frrm 
Craam and ouaar Iras* 
Rpund •aitar* tr^^m 



lOdl 1-tOH <-«BV WITH 
I 74 I bniii < >ard «tiM 
raar-and Oaed mnditlun k1 4M 



OAIT BPRINU ISLAND. RAINBOW 
Brarh bebdoa ratlaira brouarad orar 
coMidaraMa Mrracr •Ith naarir ana miia 
oaafrentafa. Twarm ahaltarad, (annii 
bnaia na4u<-dBT rataa Mip Layard 
OaiiAre P r:i 



B 8BHI-PUBN1BHBD ROOMI 
i Paranla vithovt r.hildrao 
>Pi> Phano Kaallni SIR i 



iq-YqPORO COLPr Radiu m 
• 707 and baaiu^ Pru-a J 

1 OTO roupc 

I 707 narbaniraUy. •>tb atrs a 
larir trank. Priro . 

1 O'^O 7>DtX}B 4 0(X>R SBDAN 
I 707 and baa’tt nuiar f • 
bring rrberad Prka S I 



S-TOR CHtV.^ CABtH rHAMtP 



JSLP-CORTAtNBO BUms CAMBI 
T Motor Court. 



Phan* 



^PtCIAL- flIX-ROOM ROUBB. IN OAK 
Has, tornUbed. Aritt-in loraft baa 
A nlUlOD-daUar tit« and a sma localiir 
kill Boiith la tb< righi paopia, Aduiik 
Wr.ta B«ia JAM. Cblanut 



,YUR BAI.B-OH-tMND. A TBAItB OLD, 
gulal. k7> Pliona Brlaent iltX 



'nraViBi^n mWO-ROOM BUITK CLOSS TO TRANS- 

ai -»-iia»a » [ 1 jmrtAtlop lt»k PoBl Bas Road. Ption* 

CCOMMUDAT 20 N POR J PRIENDB, : * ***" 

kltkA aacb. T *0 LHK. taoma rjiHRCB - ROOM PURNISHCD APART- 



T. ROBINSON & SONS 

CBvnrRY ARTS flHi<p 



MODEL -A ' DUMP TRUCK. DU- 
all. undtibodv bout At ilianr 



•1930 



1 0 OU WORK HCiltSB A.NO UARNBB 4 
> lAi PH4Mia Koatin^ 14 u. 



^UKSn INN iNO CABINB’. QUALICUM 
Brarh f^ar-aiar raiinr m a SY« »rar 
BYrrj belMav farilHr Rroannabl* 
rain Wilt* for tuidor ^n« rpan _ 

rjMIt Bl"B BIRD Airro CUURl -MOO- tVigbfon Srivirr R'aiiu'. 
* rrn rvttam for rrtrrraM.iAi. pUaaa ^ x tj ‘ntAtlJlR tNCl 
writ* J c Oriftio. Quail, u* Beach- / »,»ctn.- brakn i 



\t*OUtO LIKE MtDOLK-AUKO COUPLE 
' > l* ahara unall luroUhrd busi. Hrpij 
td Bbl M41. CelvnUt- 



7 atni luliablr tot roupii n*ar *ra and 
^ar«n HiU Park. M Ouutlai Bum B U4J 

T HR^ROOM 'bUTTk! JKPURNlaMBO. 
kllrban nitb laa and bel nairr 

KMr __ _ 

T 'URBB-'room SUITB.' BVBRYTHINO 
lUApIlrd Na rblldrtn B lU) 

rpwO-ROOM BUTTK." UNPUBNMHKO. 
•1 niA KrwpAM loop. Tranalli 

^BBT Nicy 4-Ro^fro~acTni on 

* eatartront nrar park Partlv furnUhrd 
Ad'jlu Batinaaj •-•tuola Arrtfr>*<t B AOAO 



f UKSKSHOCINU, ANYWHBKB TUCK- 
I »c a Bla- kuailh Bhw. Krai At O 14M 

1I».ANU PONY. SIX YBARS;4^tfH 
■Pir «bp«l .ran and barneM Apply 
P UuCibtn. Bbuui Patkdtr U>and B C 



\ acu • BITTINO - ROOM, PfUVATB 
baihrAM cmklnff tvlUiira Cafe Bay. 
M hui lln* Ruuma girl, emir O TIM. 

"a V^Y LOVKLY ~BiD^ariTTNO-ROOM 
• > for !•« ladlra. brraktaat only O l]A« 



HILLMAN SBDAN 'lA 
PDUR-tXXiR Prira 



1 ,'X<.'HANUB — CENTRAL MOUlUAOK 
^ apAruarnl fur CtnUai Mvilgakt 
bnuir. lublrrt ta approval at C M kr H C 
Bnt 3AA}. CoinVM 



I’HmiB VACATION DRBAUS COM* 
r irur Wrila Rafiton B»arb Auti 
'burt trr phon* kAP.L>S Nrar •torn, 
btl attlrf rata bighva* 



^ADtUX RORBB POS BALJt OKLDtNO 
* yrara ni<t. 17 k BaUpani UtX. kM 
Alhlnt Huad. lAiiglntd 



Bn'DKBAKBR PICKUP i..n 
i">a»i<a«>rd i«rri imt f<ir lumv*r, 



UP TO $75 00 FOR YOUR 
OLD WASHER . . . 



OMC PANBI. nCL OOOD 
candillan nr« paint iirrnr* and 
t Cbaap far nulrt •air B 4kU 



rtnoicB OP Btx lovely rooms and 

^ OTodarn halbraa*. aultablo for yetmg 
builnata ladia* Raaaonatolo Urrna and 
Mrmanrnt T 99 mlnwiaa m C P R. Dnrki 
Urt M Rabtru, 134 Oavego. PfioDa 
B 4114. 



I^ACIDLR HORBC, WITH BAODLB. ETC . 

rbrap far raib alia amall Wruarn 
Mddir Baa mn llaopy Vallty Hoad 



,V3R KBNT-. UNPURNISKBO NEW ^I>- 
•rn bungalo*. tfo hadrooma. half hour 



]QOQ PtJKD PICKUP *j-ion. rarnrMiT 
I 7<J<3 tlanrd aioior. pAini. 
lirrt. ale Pruc 507J 



I *t‘i It ad* II tit or a n*A firr.dia 
WrM<nglu>uk«. R»lp»| I< or Ban 
Pay ba>ar>-« at rwu| kk par Binnib. 



•lA rtlTTAf.ka AND r4MP«ITCa 



drlra frun Virtorta on laland Highway 
Maiahat. mlddl*-agrd nr aidariy paoP’r pr«- 
fr-trd Apply H U Janat, Uiaod Highway 



GLADWELL'S 
TRUCK SPECIALS 



rnilOROUOHSRBO PILLY BtRfU BY 
L T*Uor. Riling k Maka gaiMl llgbt 

t ticnprr U Pamtar RMd. olt MtUlMain 
llghwa* 



1940 

Pfira 4- • 

ONB PU'kUP TRAH.bR 
Plica 



ROOMS. BIRTABt.g POR MEDICAL 
affira and lirlng guarUra Rea 3134 



KENT'S LTD. 

74J PORT STRSn 
Drpandabla 8 iu<ia 1M3 



VHAWNIOAN LAKI — AN ISLAND, 3- 
^ raem furnitbad cellagv l«i.i a’'d beat 
in rant far Ju'r and Augual AvtrtU R R 
4 Viderla o 73ii4 afUt 1 p ip 



57 M ANTEU TO RK.NT-'UULhElb 



CotenM 



1140 PORO Z-TtiH 
and bat 



DALLAS ROAD 



rRNlBKCD 



f 40MP0RTABLX BLXKPtNU • ROOM 
^ - rlaaa ka Caatral Park Oan(ia«an 
C44M 



klA rt'RNIAHkU 

U uirr, KniRKD c^I'LB. cakuul 

tatiacita. woald Hkt turnUbad tiMiM or 
apartmani AppD Bok 3ttf. Colaniat 



I I 44 apiia arartnaklnj 
••at AdullB PhnnanSklt 



PEW DAY-OLD CALVES WANTCD 
No Jaraaya. plraaa Pbana Balnaot 



Ot OSMOBn.B BKPAN Nta tlrM 
t*lrari tar Ju*t trborrd WiUim 
Harr prier ahrn btlU twoia in 



ArTOMODlI. 



tLOBB IN - WBLL-PURMIBHCD BBX>> 
y raaai. 1T03 Purnvead Road. B 1371 



1*47 MERCURY 3-ttlN 

Ikk . cbaiala and <ab 



Molctri. 

lodaaV 



I lOWa ANto HURSSB WANTED POH 
' miak tar? Wa ptrb tbatn up. tf. Mc- 
Nirbal Taiapbana Kaaung kO 

U 'ANTBD^Oob” ORAOB~ COWS. IBT. 

Snd or 3rd ralf. fraan May to Augvi 
Baa Skpy CoInriJi 



WASHING MACHINES 

BBA7TY> BASY-UAYT A<»>-OILSON 
Tarina Arrabgad 
RaMlia to All Makra 

MODERN APPLIANCES 

k4t TATKB BTRItr 



ANNOUNCING 
THE OPENING 
FOR RENTAL 



U ’ANTBD TO RKNT POR BCMMKR 
nootba tbrar or fuiir-rboaird fui- 
BUbrd cauagr. Cadbnro Bay ar Ca^dara 
pralarrkd, l»e aduiU. rtfrrrmab U ra- 
qulrrd Raply Boa JtM. Cataina: 



/ tLEAN ROOM. NICK OimUCT. CLD 6 S 
' la bua O mi. 

"rrcHBKfrnf. bioroom ii min- 
nuk from City Halt Working caup>r 
B MM 

I ovcLT pl/ajilancj. comportabls 
> loMP. rvrarl^rUaRtMt Bldga O IkTJ. 



1131 POND S-TON 
PICKUP 



CTirv. BKDAN. in p*rim ahapa 
H*»ly patniad laa CCfsH 



LTD SALBWPINA.NCBD H W MILtXM 
A <'R liwg (V-rrrnmrrt Pbnr.a O 4441 



1*17 PORD 3-TOH 
and Mit 



( AAR INBCRANCB— 4rONTS 05LT *14 TO 
7 torvT far B C Pairty Rnponalbllltr 
Law and g«t a pink «nrd 

J W f^CCKlBR IxeURANn AOBMCTKB 
131 PambartiM^MB— PTuma *3144 



U *ANTKD IMMEDIATELY — FULLY 
lurniahrd batue. ihrra badruama. 
ratiy marning but atrvtca Adulta Bu 
momht apprn*. B7741 

\'OUHO COUPLE AND ONB CHILD 
1 wanla l•if•fnDUln»•l inila or bauaa' 
Pbanr B 3i3l 



rllRYBLBR 4-OOCm REDAN, ala 
i7J3 rrlindrr Rrbullt treni *r><t 
Ooaid car all ibr«ugh 



’ANTED - DRV COWS UR A PBW 
hrifcri Rrallng 331 



1*43 FORD 



PH03TB i MU 



THE AVON COURT APTS. 

kM iAncouvkr Bi'Ktrr 



BAR Cmr iLNTM^ PLSNTY BOTi 
•aur flpaea far rar. B*TT3 j 



PLYMOUTH lT>UrB 



l»H PORD 3-TON 
and bdt 



CLEARANCE SALE 

Aparlin*>i< Waih^r li'g kM >*• b«ic. 
f an wif H* Rt frigrr a tar. IMTgpm 
I'lir* Cuf(*r Mak*i« Rag kk Ik. Sala 
Blrrtrle llcaiarY Rag 113 *k. Bala 
bacard Plarria. Rag gllkk. Aalr 
una tianulna fBaatOTaaivr Aulomallr 
Poo*Dp laatirr 

YOUNG'S RADIO 

t»g PORT «T I 



iLE •* UrXfO BWB 8 . 1 
laairi C. B Wbiuiay 
tin psora Pal JTL, 



^HXV Pt-ii 
1 ^ laa an 
Onfftini. Ml 



|P P HIOM SCHO OL WELL 
bnd^raB Y7B7 Tfrrriwaad 



iNINMBD 



^UTOMnsiXJE^' 4 VC 1 NO 
AukoisoMuS Purrbaaas Plnancad an 
Mai.lb'y rarnanl Plan 
CandlilonaJ na<a. Aarremania UiaManiaa 
[,YOUR-ROOM MODERN CCriTAOE UN- Raaadnabla R.iaaWL^ INamntMrriS 

- Ivniabad. wUb mall gardao. »oi , ...... ... 

Bupla. drcraiila lanama. U»drrait ral^..,_ ISLAND PINAACEB LLtllTBD 
tr uarmacanry. In ar nrai Victoria aoo BritatJ Btrrat Phana 0 1*31 

laruparlallan Raply Baa 33dJ. •ni niR ' - — -- — -■ ■ 



14 Builaa Now Arailabla 
IJ Will Ba Camplatad Wiibla H Day* 
Buiitk al 3. 4 and i Room* 

Alao Batbalortllm 
Birrtrir Rangta, Prigidalrag, B'C 
SaniaU 4 IJM la gklM 
No Tananclta Acrtpiad L*at Tbaff 
13 Months 



AirU PREAKPAET fOR OEma- 



Itkl WII.l.YB 

jtrp 



|)BAimPUt COC'KBHS. TOT CHIMUA- 
■ * bus and Yurfcahira Tarriira, duuiUMr 
iOTm<i>i»ari 1 nskrtrai Krrmrl*. Buratkda 
I'lad half mile pa«l Halmrcao. 



4LBCPINO-ROOM BUfT WORKlTOi 
* aanllaaan Chaa*. Apply '4lQ Oailat 



•LEBPINO ROOM POR hBPIHBD LADY 
^ Rraakfakt aouanal O 3737 



SPANIEL PUPB. i WEEKE OLD 



t ,XH.T4-ROOM MODERN COUNTRY COT- 
tage. garden Par roaple, na ehlldren. 
Maderaie rent far parmanrney Nrar Vic- 
toria and uanaponatlon Apply Boa 33)4. 
CdlonUt. 

U ’ANTED TO RENT, ONPliRNISHED 
iwe-badroain Ik>um or flat Pairflrid 
or Jamok Bs* dliltir* prefarted. Careful 
traanu. Phnna O 4*4k 



1 ,'NaiNB RECONDniONLNO SPECULc. 
3 4 Uta — Get awr prkra Cemolaia M 
rtbora. Uutall ptatona, pint, ring* New 
•netoe perturmaara Paar on gaa and oil 
CHIT IK’WMAN OARiJAC 134 JOHNSON 



PORO *>-TON 
Prlra 



THE FAMOUS "DELTA- 
POP DOWN TOASTER 

ruUV AUTOMATIC 

$24 95 

« 

FLETCHER BROS. 

lU* DOUill All BmBn i-iirtNB n 



jGLADWELL MOTORS 

Mrinirr.* Meteor - Lincoln Daaler 
PANDOBA Ar*QUADRA STBEET 
‘•PHCNE BUM 



I kOUB LTtOE Klum. PEBL RJaHTI 
I ^ Ara rigbu «bcn baibcd. uuBSMd. da 
rieaed at Oatetpst Para Eannala Pboae 
CftlaulU HIM fnr appnintaaoi 



UOUSEKEKPIN'O SOOMB 
TO RENT 



WIUYB SEDAN Raborrd ri 

U.r»>r ... tf-yrii 



'Monogement • George Randall 

^>N DOUUtJia BT. OIIM 



I,VXPER1 BODY HtPAIHB AND PAINt- 
^ 4 Ira V'Ctorla Auto Maul ID Dauclaa 
\l Oir.gon Bicm Oaiaer Ph.Mie R S*jg 

M ICHAEL’S AUTO BrjDY HhOP->COM' 
plate body and lender mbira paint- 
ing. orldlng Pb'U'e B 1131. 3001 Oouglai 
Btreer VtctorlA BC 



I |0<>« AND CATS BOARDED IN W ARM. 
1 ' aanltary enmfnrtabla indlWdual qnar- 
lere uakcrett Krnnelk PTwine Calauitg 
l*}M 



“Bertirr Ceiiire f‘>r All Pnrd Producta 



ANTED - UNPVRNI 8 IIEO KOUHr 
■ulbasir 1*0 prapi*. to ntoe w»My 
nao.nl Utiantt Roe 34M Cnlanlal 



I, 'OH BALE MALE AMERICAN COCX- 
4 rn. tlirrr tnanibs oM Kappa Kanyon 
.Are Light BInndr Koppa Kanyao Andy 
ilotdrn BInnda RatNirrad C R C. Tbaaa 
are br«>ittr.. glk earh D f) Huntley. 
Mierr Road. Cbrmalnua Phone 3*1 



54 FLATS AND APARTMENTS 
WANTED 



A NEW WASHER 

AT A SPrciAL PRICE 
PLOOn nSMONNTRATOR 

$139 50 



4 CORY P3iONT L H K ROOM. HOT 
snd cold water. Bterytbing supplied, 
atao a garage Weekly rates 1133 Balnani 



V'OUHO COUPLE DlSINf SELP-«*f4- 
1 talnetf anartmanl ar hmiaa. rarelut 

lanania i M4A 



g«ANDT^ AUTO-WRECKINO AND 3L 
i* hadr towing te^ira Wi iM«a aprlogt 
and leatet tar ail aate* of rare and irarki. 
Cara wanted far wre'-tlrg Parlfta Anm 
Wr»*kara. T31 Cormuram Street PTiima 
ITiJi. ntgbt. 0 3471 



YOUR TRUCK NEEDS A 
tSPRING TONIC 



A FREE BERVICE 
*• To 
LANDLORDB 

Cboaaa Raliabla Taaiota at 
RENTALS UNLngmD 
l*g-A YA-m 

• to 13 and I to >^11*. Baturdar All Day 



BVViRAi. noon RAnimi 



LHiPB WORM CAP 8 UIE 8 ARE SAPS 
and ktira. A4 drag atarea and pet 



OrnCEH. BTOREA. HALLS 
TO RENT 



Open III! I p iBo alto I p m i» g p m 



FLETCHER BROS 

IIJB DOOULAB BT 



CCOHMOOA'nON FOR BOMEONI 
who anjoyg plaaaani gvrraundlnga 



- — s«TtAM CLIANINa—nUOIIPN UCTVOEB 

M ARgMETcr PRBMIBEB. COKNEH OOY- r> efttnaT JoI.na«n and O'lartra 
arnmertt and Yatat Bireet. Ik' 1 7d' Id' ~ - ~ ~ 

retling. gultsLIa for prtnlthap. warkihop ' 
alorape ate Lealm $39 mont b B I klb | 

c tORNEH BTOr's'cYNTFA#, LOTATfoS’ [ 

' hot-waiar basted Very bright large' 
display wlndowa esul' Apply the N *" ' 

Land A Intestiweni Afvnry Ltd, I 
Ooeernmeni Bireet 



I lURKPhEIi EMOUSH BULLDOO. IH 
• rrarA apared. irnOTunlked Orand dt.- 
i-n.iUffl Pri'* k)4 Phnne OIIM 



Drive In and 1 m wa eberk eerri 



1 WILL BUY FOR ■ 
CASH OR SELL YOUR 
CAR FOR YOU ON . 
CONSIGNMENT 

B O RANopTEN. Mgi . B 1311 



PHONB aitgg 



Bpari Plug! - Igiriiiao 
Carb'ireinr and Cooling By^ni 



A SMALL HOUBEltSJPDNt 
gaa sear CP Docks, 
man ID M. Phaoa O U3l 



IkUREBKtl) XN01.XBH COCKER 8 PAN 
1 lei, bisrk. mala, ana year aid. Rot 
' S|p Colnnl.t 

I TIKllllTEHKD V E A R .”6 l"d! ^MALB 
l4 r">»er ipanlrl- higbeet offer la B 
f'od home B 77*7 



41 WANTt.D—MlKCEI.LANEOl '8 



4 J.ROOM BUITE (UNPURNlMKEDi RS- 
^ >• giilftd fnr July tor bOTineas rcapw 
Good ttferenrea. nmoa O 4310 nr Boa 
>IJ4. Calonisi. 



PL'RNIBHEO BUTTB WITH KirCHIN 
f.i sink, radiu DM Balawral 



DAVIS MOTORS LTD 

»M PORT gt Rg rY 



FARWEST MOTORS LTD 

YATB at VANCOUVER Bt Ul 



aOMPORTABIE II K. ACCOMMODA’TtON 
y J9Z9 Heaib Drier, near o*rg* Road and 
u# Adults 



PHONE a 1134 



OTUDEHT VETERAN RBQITUES THREE 
ar fovrooiB furnuhrd or ootur- 
iiUhed sttita or bmiM for wife and two 
ehildrea from May to BepUmbar. Pboue 



U tniSTERrU TOY BobVo'n YERRIERB 
4 and 7 mantba aid B 3)44 ' 
rilWO-rtAR-OLD PEDIOREIC MABTIPT 
I rheap to goad home Wnr>derl^ na- 
ture, r*.«'r''l with rhildran. Thnne 
Alnien IA3X 



L'KiR RENT- LAROE UPBTAIKB OPnCP 
I on (ixearnmant Bt R.nl 143 

J H WKTTTnWE A CO LTD 
*nl naeernmrpl B* B 4334 



ret) Bibutra from city. 

I, TOR PRIENDLINMa'aND ClEAmT- 
I nam. try Touritt Lodge PMrniabM 
LHH now availslile Near ara and Boa- 
con Hill Park J* Douglae fltraet. B U43 



Dealers for Inlernaltonal Tnicia 



DATS U 8 THIS Rf'RINO POR vOUR 
ktod-MUf CJIEL'EUP 

WE ARE RTAPP^U AND PQI'IPPED 
TO IIANDt.g ^^TUY tTPE <0// 
AUTOMOBILE pWaIH WORK AND* 

OUR REPAIRS ARE GUARANTtd 



OOSRN NKW PTORt TO VTT- C4D 
barn Bs* bu«lne<e remrwAPMBt 



^tUDENT 
nBerr. 

Augu.i 1 - 

klat Avenue. Bdmnnioii. 

rpHREE AOULTb” WOULO' LrXE CNPtIR 
L RDhad agile nr three itr rawr roams 
RersI Jubilee H'itpilal disirick If poaalble 
Bat ]g)4. Colanlit 



FRANK WAKEH/<^ 
MOTORS 



. . furntabod 

bouaa or twite trnsi Jane 3* to end nf 
Pleaa. oi9ia W. P p.rgusar, IMM 

*" r, Bdrnnnioii. Alberta. 



r'URNtSBED HOUBEKEEPINO ROOM IM 
I quiet apartment bouse, cio.e tn. suit 
bu.iBM* it*' so llnan ar dishes. Refer - 
enre. Required Phaoe a 1731 

1 ,7URNtBKlD REDROOM^ BCmH^- 
room MBali kitchaoetto far LHK 
Bull working rouplr nr working gtrl. O 1431 



BRAND NEW 

lb* Brniilt MloiMaman Irell.r CnacP 
bum by Inglia al Canada 
I'lapecllsn el tbU ftri* Irallet Will p«mm 
i« »•« tbac in’, la tb* e*.! trailer tmi «* 
e*er totn tbia i« iroly llba Ham* 
Wheri. Ilf the Pulura a and alt. 

OMC. TROCKt AND PONTIAC <199^7 



riiwn «lK MONTH.OtJ7 
I fiir ..le. dt«Umper |OT 



N ew NTTHUt fOR RKNT RirTTANI.K 
fnr lingerie, yewel^r ^ nafcM*. nr 
men'. a'-«-e«.ofie» In Rio TTi.s'ra hiii’ilh e 
r-all r WIT* 



NAfT^PUL BlAMBRP KITTRHB «»43tT 



i kAK RAT RTORE FOB RENT RITI'ATED 
‘ ' amangti w.’l-e»'ab!i»hed ho.lne**e. 
RIOT it' I 40' Ruilable far hardware drt- 
gT4di book .rare, elcctrv Ren |to Phan* 
O ml nr P 4911 



CERTIFIED GUARANTEED 
USED CARS 



*OOD HUMKN » 
* tltteo* 0 9MI 



’ANTED - APARTMENT. tiUPLEE OR 
i small Itoua. tor reoi, 3 adulta 
itti b*twe»n la and bja pm 



A B.C. 

i TTENTlONt — EI»T CABH PRir*» 
.* paid far gaad weed furnMurs. Ion;. 
ato’M, piasoa Wa call utwnat*. aay- 
lima 

HUB rURRnUKE COMPANY 
Yll-n* Jobnsao ML Pbnna O *433 

Haeagar. B tmuis 



1,’RONT ROOM. T’WTN BEDR. 
I linen supplied AUa tte*{ 
Out*' Applf 4J(h Datlga Road 

|*'i;RNtBHED LH. lioOkT Of 
I floor Paif/ie'd disiriet, clot 
enablr rani n B4I0 



‘n'hara la Na Beuer Piaca tor Bervlra” 



.PPfr'BH POR RENT. 71* PORT NTPrCT 
Appi* Cai-elda * May. I Id . 1313 B" ad 
•el g 717t 



U r ANTED TO RENT. PROM JULY S TO 
Aug 9 hawse or hawiekeeping aceam- 
modailon for I leorhert B«i 3913. Cotonlil 



SMILIN' BEN 



iXCfILRMT 



ARnrTB PCTR BALE E t*94 



THE POR RENT 
dnwMnwn onalllon App'y Rernsrd A 
474 Pori street Phan* Bni* 



AUTO PAINTING Ahrt) 
OPHOLSTLMr.G 



U *A»rrtO ~ 3-ROOM UNPtmNIBKED 
* 1111 * lower tulle, acir-contalned. 
widow Phono OITbl 



L'UnNIBKEIH BINOt-S MOtmEESSPINO 
3 ream Juhil*. disirtct Buit busin.s* 
lady IMM per month -Eldtl 

t^TOR I4EWT — 3-ROOM HE.^BUrTE'. 
I noe blo*k tro« Bt. Jaeewh's HnaMlal 
Phana Q *439 

I .'URNfBtntI) ROUBEXBXPmu~ R^’ol* 
far bwalneM girl, near kovR, btis 
***** _ -f 

I WR RENT-l'aiNOLB LRR ROOMS. 
cloM la Aoplr 193k Tataa 84 



$2350 



U rANTlD l-RfOlC BBU 
spartment. wnfumUhed 
Boa }gT7. Calantat 



LL BOTTLia. RAOE MriALA PUR- {.'•iR RALE WEAfLlNO PIOR L R 
qitwra aod ^efwi ihinga bougbi Em I Maat*n. Beater Raad. Royal Ook. Cal 
i^Uai Co tom EIDU quit, IIP ' 

NYTHy.O 4N ETOVni - WA *Ak ^OW, DUE FARROW END MAT RBO'- 

»■»!* »*“«• «»«»»• oidfia d 

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I 1 -^ P««” I»»lto" radla. V Iqqc 

healet Rba«rwc/m <••^dlltY•• w I 07J 

IOA7 IXifNiB RPECIAL DB ll-’XB RI 
174/ DAN R>* heaiar. lotoiy toe 
HiUi grae-i Rave |HW on ibia * 1 OOK 
an* tmoiii-uia'* crdiOwii e177w 



We Are THE Rp»'t.-<.«* tn Au<a Rady 
Rrpairi. Biseruig and r;aic* 



. NEW • 

GENERAL MOTORS 
TRUCKS 

FOR IMMUltAfg UlUVERT 

DAVIS MOTORS LIMITED 

*M PORI n 0*11 

Buleg — Paotlao — OMC. Trweko 



H'JOAtYB AUTO BODY 
314 Cn’TdiRpi "lr**t Pfe.ne 14177 

ID* VamdEWr Bireet PbOBa'B 1311 

NO JOB TOO LAROB OR TOO.BMAU. 



rtSilB pnR rent' 139 PORT RTBtrf 
' poaaaaian June 1. Arthur R Hkrnee 
d 7)k Pnrt Street 



N UMBREUA TENT 
good .baps Pbai'^ 



4 LBIMO. LUTINO AND II COLORB IN 
bah* huriile* ilaeehirdk'. and tnatlna 
Hack from |l up K .Andrew, Brentwood 
Arlorlra Phone Keailag 170 1 



1941 

rodto and hc.ier 

r.rfeci condiilwn. 



H GSI Pajl'BB PAID rail MEN'S USED 
•UlU. PhottsEMU 

C IARPETB WANTED UBBO~B3Bil CAR- 
■' palortum Co. Dll Vanenuesi dtrwel 
^•a and optwlstory cleaned and rapaired 

TfinKEnT PRICER POR OOLn~AND 
El diaaiAodS Rewaa Lid. DIT Dooalas 

T Aft MODEL HOUBEHOLO MPIUOER- 
• y Otor wanted for ca»hj«QBu *4 b* Oka 
MW firtia 



.'URNIBHEO LHK. I 
10)1 Burden Arenae 



RPNT OR BELL 



Pir.^ I lift nsuie 

IRaPklTriRY RRirn. BUILDDfO. IN 
■Itf, wtUi railway atdlng Ideal loea- 
Appir ftos jnk. Calanisi 

arm! Hea’n~ BOT-WATE^ HEATED 
affirek to r*B# Wimarna Building 7kl 
I tkiet 



A MODEHN 3-8ROROOM HOME EBM7- 
furntahed. fraoi Mag ik to Beotom- 
her Ik. Mk par mnnth Mutt ba a rn. 
Uabla tenant Referencea Agoly Hagar 
R Bwarna Ltd 



AUTO UPHOLSTERING 

Wa aberiaiiaa la (utiam-iennral moi 
er». apart lops trwet and 'ot aeaiA 1 
•la, aW. Cwwnaeaa. gvck ae4lra 



URNIBHED R E. ROOMS. CLOSE D4 
$43 Jnhoaon 



DODUB CUSTOM COUPE R«d)a. 
beai*r Rerandl* o « onc 



LED OAT HAY, kll TOR C. I WHIT - 
nay ortfftthA Metrboaln Phaoa Bal 



OUBEXEEPINO ROOM. DOUBLE AND 



llnned 



two ilngle, taotpUta. furaitiMd bwd- 

f and dlthes lenanU. rlaaa 

le# Haapital. hua aarvlce O kkM 1 

OUBEKEEPINO ROOgc' p 6 r~REWT I 
B 4439 I 



F CRNIBMEO oh irNPimNUnnO) large Browgbmn Sireat 

front b edroom, uaa of bauaa and nr- — - 

den. New, madern Irwnoto*, aat far from . ,j j .. a.i ate 
Mill Ray Ha raatrlctloBA Owneta bamaO , 

WMk-anda 1)1 8 1940 

,|Whart Biraat. 

M cILWAINB BROS TTkARBrER. LTD - .«*« k 

Pwrnltura and piano aoetat. toof-' htland. t 
dlitanaa rewioraU hMey hauling atorapo *7* Tatoa B4 I 
erattng arid ablppina Ua* aw Aft *UB{ 
aandgo for furniivr# rawioeaU. Yictoela 
Vanrawear 1993 Wharf B3IM 



ROSCOE'S UPHOLSTERY 



OtlwMURtlE k-PABB COUPE. 

El one 



ONE 1928 "WHITE" TRUCK 

,Owad Rwonlog Order 
WILL SACRIPICE 17IIE TRUCK 
*PoR C'ANH 

. CAUSEWAY SERVICE 
STATION 

OMM 



I I AY AND STRAW POR BALK, DKtJT 
l_ *r*d Pbaoe Keallof 74X. 

I iyestoce,’ cattle.' piobT'et^ 

J bought aad aold Por prompt attaa- 
ttow sAd a aauarn deal phoM Baltnoet ll*n 

riMMriTRY' HAT N)R BALl'iir'wr'w 
J MicbsU, Baantcblao. Phnna XeaUni 
tJT 



PHONE ■ 4913 



O LD BIOTCLEB AND PARTS ARB 
worth mt«oarj*i 31* Johsaao torroi 

iW’AffTKD — boa RANOEII — HrUHEHT 
prires paid Pra*n Stoea Btoro. IE) 
JanoMHi Bireet Phana B ttkl 



SPECIAL 

loio ut LUBE BUS cotfpa 

i c*jO Hester Whiis-wsil C70C 

urea A buy al )/73 

10'T7 PLYMOUTH BUB COliPB Hast. 
l7«j/ rr Tires new. A UlUa w*toC 



AUTO PART*, TYKEB AbB 
A4'4 gaaoEIEe 



St TO RENT— M18Cll.LAJYF.Oll 



H ATTERin AND . OU) LBAD PUR- 
enaswd for aitai* at aartn ptiree 
Jooes Mtot' Haitei.ri U14 guadra Birae*. 

I 7HA.7UB TO OOOUVEAR BUPER^UBU- 
' ^ tan tires far amooibrt riding Cam- 
pitta Mock of urea and wheels Car radio 
an sperio' HebuiiNJeep motor. Uaa our 
budget plop UAVtN JACK 
Plytne RADI DI7 Quadra Street 



W’ANTBO - CUAL NR'Kk 
<• blower, food mskiOT*Ri*i 
and price. Bas t*7a. Cotaalst 



JianrEH rros transpkr * btoraob 
P omitnre and Plana Mating 
Loral and Uing Dtstoacw 
BMikgu. Paeklng. Crating and BhlpplBg 
photM tmi 



HOTELS 



1.'K)R RBNT — FIOOR POLISUSRS RT 
r iba day R mplrw ***1 

rjoKTABLB in^EcTRrr PAtHT bpraVer 
1 Authorised pmsburgb paint «sa)sr 
Palrnekt Radio B*)ti . 



•M* nkrwauwiun eun laauiy 

H AHUAIN~l*)**PAOrAR6'Ti**"'raUH- 

da>.r sedan, good (ondiiton, good tub- |y3i 
brr. Beater, seal'd beam bearii'ai*' , en- . , , 

t ine Block heater. Ownd •aamy < at Wa«id 
* eireiieni buy fur mrawantcal men 
Orlre it sway tor $**« Phana M *907 7 09< 



V BBRnEKN RBaiOBNTIAL HOTEL, *41 
MrClure Quiet eurroundinfi. een- 
iral Ineailan. hat and cold water In evary 
roam. Reaaanabla miss Phnna 0 9111. 



U ’AHTBD -OLD cnCRCH PEW iOAK> 
with high bark snd prrfeiably arou 
tbnul 9 n ltn« llop Cnlnniat. 

W’ANTEd”^ AN'MQl.’Bl~RAHJO A)«r 
*7 grandfaiher rinrk* rlirrrwate Ntnl- 
tura. etr Bus )I1S. Cninnltf 

— . a -- - . 

\\*A)PrtIV-UVlNO-ROOM RVO AP- 
7* Ptok II a I 34 n Rat mi CotonlSt 



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4 tXYlMMOOATION TOURISTS. LHK 
' • and tleeplnf ronmg Rreaktaat aoiianal 
Nee- Otirge. fpeelnl weakly ratat. MR) 
tleaib Orlre. 

A t tOR)/k ROUtt • DIBTIHCnVB 
tourist arrommodatlon Cosnpleie 
lulie* Adlnlning RtadlNana Part 0 9)94 



•pOR RENT -OAK BAT CROICB WATER- 

1 front hams Hay 1 to Bepi J9. 1*49 

PuUy fumuhed, baugakaeper-w III# par T^WC-ROOM DWELLfHO HEW- 
monih Inriusirs PuChef nartlculan at 1 madarri Sla-mila rirrle off 
eui affica. Hatar B Bwayna LU.. O <131. Highway. Befereneea. Beimani TR. 



BRRBX SEDAN Trans- 

ponaitan l*-ln wheels 



ruLLT 

Island 



ACMB OUARANTEED BATTtJUEB 

M AN^PACrtTRlD IN TICTORIA- 6 AVB 
10 Ha «4 your battery tepiaied. II 
months' gusranieed Nsw. rtMiodmaMd 
and replatad ballsriee 

TRANCIB BAITEIUBB ft TTREB. LTD 
Quadra Street Pbone B 7BJJ 



I/R8CX BED AN. RBCuNDITIONBt 
3 4 motor, good too and urea, newly oaini 
ed Ofltrs u 1 *y7 



FRAN': WAKEHAM 

93* VATSB BT 



AKTin-99 RODB WIHB POR PEHC 
Ibg Prospect Lake Mwrsertes 



I ioirr HousEXESPiNii or bleepino 
4 room. Cloaa ta. t ll«) 

M IDDLB-AOgT>~LADV WOVW~8HARE 
bntna with anaiher lady In iha enwn- 
try Apply Boa 1*4*. Cnlmlst. Cal- 
golU 174M 

N ear parliament builoinob and 

dorks. Urge front raooM> gai range 



1,"lBCTRiC CAHI 4-PABB COUPS iltb 
k-4 model' a* new. compleu wiib Inst 
iharger. Ikk* or offK- O ftll 

M odel * a ' poEol^oftcTi. ouqd~con 

dman, Itna PAint M ' New era 
rarere and Iniuranc* paA anlli end o 
rear. Cau 1394 Yale Street, after I pm 



\ TTRACT7VB TODRIST ACCOMODA-* 
tion L ft K room*: weekly ratea 1997 
Linden I blncka frosn city renire o l3Sk 

tm 



Susie Q. Smith ♦ 



By Lindi and 
Jerry Walter 



A SITTSR DEAL 

\’Ot) WANT THB HiaHEBT PRtCEa 
A for your better ased furniture Wi 
pay mar* for Planes Brdroom sad Delng- 
ronm Ptning-roem and Rtichan fnrniUire 

Ws need Autnaabllea. Range* Wkshing 
Mschixe* The Bquatefl Dewl lb British 
OelumbU 

PHEEMAH OP LONDON, O *341 



( 'RAIOMTUI OUEffT HOtME — 

' Craifdarrerh ArnmiaedellaB 
dining-room Mrs 0 *nafn. O 093^ 

i rRAmDARRrkTM QDVtT HOUSE: 

y Ie«t aeeommodaiipn far dl*ctimlnatln« 



1 7WO CAR HADtoe At REDUCED 
prtraa Ewnlth far Pwrd ear* and Oan- 
eral Radionua fiU all rars B 471) 



penpie - Brsakfast eaem 



ICBLT PLiRNIBHEO BLEEPINO ROOM 
Mil I; ala* L.R K fowm. 1447 Taaaioa. 



CASAKJOVA KELLV 



'OMPOATABLE BED BTTINO-ROOM 
HraU oouonal Villa Eleannr B 33)4 

iMNEBT^REBIDENTIAlT TOCHOIt” AC 

comcnedaimn 1144 Bank O *934 



AN DORN 



lO'iQ BMCK SEDAN Small I 04md 
• y<j 7 inutar buBy to perifrt eondltton 
Vim waiild bars to ese tbia nr M eto 
precUlt H Vuu ran t 9 a nrong ^ ^ | 



VALVE PEAT ORLNOER 
* angle drte*. CompMs egrellent eoe- 
iitUnM auo etb»« eoutpmeoi. u IM7 



R ooms por rent. Htixaina db- 

irwt Phone B **44 afiA k 39 
OINOtE LN. ROOM. BITTAttB POR 
^ biMlnew girl; 133 OTonib. B*)09 aftot 
I p m 



STOP WJNDERING 

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IT'S OUR BUSINESS 

We Ara Aartteaoera and Aporaloera 

a yn« haee Oaad Purnllur*. PtonM. Wash- 
lr.g Usrhinea, Refriaerstore. Beotng Ma- 
ehine* Tnr>!a. Marhtnerp. ar anythirg al 
ea’tis, nothing toe large ar too •mail, w* 
will bwy auirtghi or sell them for you 
When w* b«* •* g1«* you ihatblgbeet 
Bllrri and when •* eall them yau w* 
Obtain kba mast 

. Pnt the Best RsMits CaO 

W. D. PALMER & CO. LTD. 

EUCTtORBEM nod APPRAIBERB' 
m PAITDCMU AYE O ggtl 



n OTEL BLBEP1NO-ROOMS POR RENT 
Oeford Hotel O *141 

O ua'dra nuarr 'RocBlFnbMB com- 

fwrft Wtnier rates tlrwakfasi. B 3)34 

CT kJ^AHTB PRIORY OltBBT ROCBE 
4^ roUnebiel Roiel* 994 Dmiitas 
Banm* with prirais b4lb. Nica-dbr elMrty 
reuphM or timneta 

S ~'TADA^NA'ROOBE.~NtCS MVOMmS 
dalian winter rakes O OEk* 

mount" HrrfoN 



ARMY 

TflUCK TIRES 

9M a D *-Pty O y dyt ar ptamond Trewl 
*3k I II g-Ply Plreetane Lug Trend 
999 a 19 . 19-Pty Oa«inton Lug Trend 
•Mel* )•■P)y LNOTilntoB Pleeteer*' 



1 0*50 *^^'^’**^’^** PRasiDENT BB- 
I 7«J7 DAN Awnodwnerfor CeeUm 
Ouili-to radta and undereeai heater, body 
tr. eery gond ehape. motor * 1 'bCO 

U*Hw bl > I 



PtfUrr-CtABH 

bUSED CAR 

BUTB 

PORO COUPE. hM re 

ewnduioned mntoe a 



1 XOC ftOAO — Pn-'-’-T 

1 073 L H room Large single •prtr.g 
maiueas: 3 blacks froft Oak Bay Avenum | 



gnarantoed 



$995 

SJ725 

$1795 



MODCt A PORO COACH Powe 
r>« 0 |^i*ee gang Irehspar»atMm 
• PIN* t 1 OC 



HE TIRANOB. 

CrOMrond — tbsmrd rMidenrs Bogltii 
tin* Lneelr •tiuanan «TrrrTnklng Hlaan 
Arm. Maiahat. Eeeling 44 

'f ry” BOOO''t^ 031»T^ ACCOMMOOA 
tIon O 9*11 



BPBLTAL LOW PBK t 



LOUIS NELSON LTD 



piCKINSON & DUNN 



commercial buys 



■BA’ _g r mN Vgll EB 

I TBOEirr - BLDERLT LADY, IftOtiwT 
Y-- refsrenaaa C. of ■ . wonts owlet, 
worm rwem. prtento-bwuse. gna, ggi, or 
WOTiM )am Mwibsr eaofewlal reftaod md* 
In apanmenu Cawld mtaretaw at 39t7 
ttondra by optmtouneal O 4479. OTaratagi. 
ll_ a m. am. 

W'ANTEIb-fbOCM WTTR UOHT HODN- 
* * beeping tnetliilee far Angwot fait one 
Rtiisa la prieuto bamw. Cloae to aeotr* of 
town Buto torma. Eopip Baa JlIB 
Catoniat 



$1395 

$1695 

$1950 



4t rOiaTRl AMD UVC 8 TOCK 



TIRE RELINERS 



THE NEW MORRIS OXFORD 

kiirwlp new Marrti Car. uiftp OTOkar. 
•tiB tort* 9 ibdOTngir body. >aa*B-49*a 
•ania stoeetog ft * ga t gear tftaapa tnda- 
pgbdowk frasri. sBasf saamangtoa asrlaciaB. 



$1895 



NATIONAL 
MOTORS LTD 



"" VICTORIA SUPER 
Bfi SERVICE 

ns PAM0Q9U AYB-PMOglB O 4 j*^EIIIB 



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«>«tos» ■.•e-1 yr-'ie 


Pt<(i bALE 
ft te<» 


NEVER 


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ALTOMOBOXI 



At'TOMOBlLCS 



AtTOMOBILTS AVD TBl’CKS 7S 
HA.NTLD — 



MOVCT TO LOAN 



Bl'SLSCSS OrrOBTl'MTaS 7S BC81NE8S OPPOBTI'NITICS 



AUTOMOBILC8 



PRINCESS AUTO SALES 
LIMITED* 

TATW vr. 

■ DOOM moM ahm tbmtm 

.om t AJi. TO • r.iA I 



ACTOMOB1LE8 

SMILIN' BEN 

CERTIFIED 

Blue seal 

USED CARS 



MORTGAGE MONEY 



1 O A CTirrt>«r wou. wu> 
I tift/KtlM bftfMia 



BARGAINS TODAY om DOUOLM MTAOT nucT to I *tu» mu •! <.&reeM. f«r Cm 

' rraArui-nMA iin-m M*Uf. tbuVTtMU MBOtUM MuUiU oM 

• ACITTM M ■TllArilVW"A KUIM *u M «4 c«l ui U*(«i •»*! . » 

193/ COACH $495 * M ««oU»* J. A 

,Q«Q Motiw. -A- roHD *oir\ TODAY'S SUPER SPECIAL , q ^7 Muicuinf. u/ aim. HHEi: 

1 928 RoviTTM $210 . $ 1 895 1 947 

1939 1095 ,^.-,srvpt.iicM rKt^u^r 



1946 SSST $1595 ben s TUESDAY BARGAINS 

1 947 SS? “• $2495 1937 5^/““ $765 



not new but good — • — 

TIP TOP AUTO SALES 1947 “,'"'.^ 1 . ' MORTGAGE MONEY 

9 i 04v MriTBt* 1 — M - C i» M r»9*k 

1030 YATES STREET 104*3 ««• WANT mu« «• tur^ «»■$»• 

/<T,P,OV<X.F»« ™ ' BROVyNBROiLTl 

Tip TflP •ifc.'iAlA# bftfMia 5 IOT*> PAY ' * ttax-4 Ifll* 

• MlfBwUi Mika Opta la a iraA* *Turr>i 

1 942 far ai4«r om «» caai4 ^ IMMOIUMO 

OOMT ICT TKAM TOPAX M«t« tuaar «• )u«a U«ar. ncrt OM MM MLAMMARO IT niONI I 

-MOT COMOmOr V 941 ««<« lau-saatl tinoc DMLfVDlf 4 . . , 

•Mar 5 I U95 nitnrsMX gt«acri at Mm< Stuu Maaf« af » 

« A rLUXD ORIVK. m 4 aikcfc MAT CARH _ • 

1947 «tia MU «i <.&7eeM. «*-*u»*r far Cm« Cara *anA Trifka aaA Rail oa Ph006 S-MILIN' BEN B 4723 “ ■' "■■' ■ ' ■■■"•■■ 

Maur. tiMvroau aaBOtUM MuuiU OM CanflroBant 

•r-raui* J. M. WOOD MOTORS - - . BERNARD & CO. 



WE WANT 
YOUR CAR TODAY 

WE PAY 

CAAI^ 



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uasaoia aai i aa aa iRraa auaiaa aaaua. 



BtROVVN BROS. LTD. 

iSat'A lttl< 

REAL B8TAT1 AMD IMROfUMOS 
<m RLAMRRARO rr hlONIRUO'a 
4t«bcra at Raa< Sauu Raar« af VUiaM* 



M1»CUR*. u/ blua. CRgDCAHlAfT O m« AJl\Al»a BO.ATR AM> L.AlMTItM 

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FOR LOANS 



aM>^iB.tAan m r»iif«w ■nil T Lam ar.A lAan attaarta aiauakia ia> 



I n J 7 OUMUOBCLI • S 0 A M. ru«aai 

IY4/ raAlo. undaraaat Mninc 



Maur Rpaciai 



K2195 



, vj ■50dJ 1 ^ - 

BEN'S TUESDAY BARGAINS 'wiLi.m j*»r «uh *-«« M«» ifa • imboar^ mutor **8oat tuBKri! 

• ' 1 047 ^***^*®^**^ aiOAMmil. a«a ua b»tf. tlaont ftram, C 1 CCA * caaocr raatr;.*!} 'tiantUv. if I . Mam 

1 A 0 7 MTXnjRBARaR ARDAM, }'.* 4***.. V"®- *a«l>9 ua mc _ 5 I H' ntw contf'tiM fnit |3M fhaai 

1957t„«ij, . . $765 Wi.-uiu.aaiM il u*a« masters motor CO, LTD. ««i. almj aa. _j 

- wiifva aanaa _ 10.il CADtUJU.' aRDAtCTrt. Virw IIT fHOSW A >M1 ,4wI!XI*OM OinbuAHD AlUlOR B*lA- 

1 93 5 $495 ,’i'4 ’ a‘VSi.';.*i* u?2"' tT T5^..«i5rs;c5oirr^4i^. i? 

.riauri, tat W*oL *mu *au uca# TAik i g-aa i.. i*.. V»lhr.»T RDWioaT 'ah «»i*- aAa 



Ml A>M1 ^wlIXAOM OinbuAHD AlUlOR 

**'- zr *7 «i<ub» R $»ll ■ 



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fOtr^C BRDAM. la* Bl.aaca 1934 u geab oondlUab 



WnXTB court, oratluia* aoAlfV '**“‘'** • 

tn asA- mmtlUAA OOVB . 



T , 1 934 "wurttbailt fcr ntB'ii'-i Ir- V»hr->T ROWBOAT ' A» MEW. MO 

5 1 OOO 'Ian a * *'*• *** abaratr Rf'''"* l*S^ ilraPtU 

M I WWW j|„ „„rba«J — rL“.“r. « — • r^TT. 



t'rbBiaaaita ai.4 A R A bUllAUt 'Mfia 

AT 41^96 

<3* PORT Ml rNOWB BbJia 



4Vii%, 5% i 6% 

fundi aiauabla (ut murtaafi .eana nndai 



lAi70t*PBMOBif.B AUBRICAM 
174/ UODBL RBDAMBm aa« M>>, 
AraaraiK. Bartala | 

I 0 4 7 PLrtO • DRIVt DODOB '•MOAM , 
174/ lioadad *lUi aiitM. BartaiA. ! 

1 A A A BTUDnARBR^UAMPtOM ^ 
1 74U court. UAa ea». Bariau 

1 OA A BrnOBHAKCR rOVCMAMOER U> 
|7^U DAM— Lika MV. Bargata. 

CKtVROLtT COACD—THarongR- 



0-50 OB BOTO 

747 COArH 



I iSB S Kr IMBOARO MARIMA, i hXW AHA. i.li initiraarr rainaarii laaai and 
' ' Vtluer* l‘i nr ibboAtd nmaw inivaur oiimgagaA Kaat inibaa- 



1040****** *’* 0 ** A*t rarUl- — 7 T»r,,~.M ' ’ ^* 1 “*^* Mr WboAtd nmaw a 

$445 l7A»Uoao*f. vaataar-ajra. 0»t-a*b|/ IQIC PtJUOLAB BTRITt - ADTu U* M„.qri. Ltd. «» g-adra and JnhnioD tnw and awraial 
.car la apaU'M vi'^.jC lol5 luraeca u gaad taabiabct aa bmi« 



MECHANIC'S SPECIAL 

1 04 1 nrtClAL BKDAM. ABiart- 

174 1 can Mndal «itb radio a i «aca 



, car la apaiiru 
I eaadltioe 

1 040 ^*^***^ 

I 74U Pair aasAii 



S i'^.e I u I ..r turaeca u faaa ina«iabc« aa> bmi« 

I 345 wriiuo at Ha*kaa. Po*i« Ud Piraaa caU 

Mr Ron Wurirr. B 3101 airninta omi4 ' 



^ncad la aall MONDAT. enir 



$1350 



Pair aaodii fib. $ I uv: 

MONARCH. Ba«t«u« giMa. cua 



cfAoc LViAUMkr^ HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

$1095 |{.r*.R.AK 0 r*MT.rnH 0 LTOAR 0 . ^ 

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lrt«Ar cn»VH'»iUT coAc»>-TMroiwa- 

I yjo Ijr •rarhaalad 

1 AAO CntVROLtT ROAOTTOb-A Bar- 1 047 RBDAM. lUc a.* 

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four STAR 
SPECIALS 
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1 935 j 1 947 ETbSS,**' 

1 04 1 ^ l-PAMRrMOIR COOPt. 1 947 gimAM^^TbU 

I 7M I Beat of ooadiuoo. Ratiala. 'iMd. tm lia*lu a ebau 



,a. MONARCH BMtaa* aiMb cua. “»'» CadiUac-balit ihrt,ugJ.oul, Ai cab ai..w, ;.,oo.aa Ti, yut.uaon nut 

I 949 “ » b..u? •» If5_rb«^0 mi , Urard. lM„..Blr..tbb Muar, 

urea. iBSaru- <*540‘!i 10>14 MfRCURT ‘ IH UK XURt AVOUB MAniNI BALtB A SEHVICB 

lata s ^^47 J ' I y40 »»dan- RadU, heater ti<et‘rn» ,,j- w..,-, BTraai ciian 

• cond.tMw. PrtraiaJr bburd. *J.A0b Phrmr ***• *"••* *^*'*‘>» 

1 r% J *7 MtRt-'URT. J-to. aanH. waa B ]*pT. • I 

iy4/ luM ilka M«. dp«n >''^^rin,A i>e »-fXt MiRfURV bblan- ... 

ae— »e WfTBRNATlOMAL MCdl aaad’ • Y4U rm goon «nda«. . <411 MOAT INirK CUAR* UOOU CtrX. 

1 9T6 — •• "rlRrwifhoui. fCiUt be leen in b* api.rr Ute^ diiMi< WiU Uir aiaa .r r.a«>r«i «itri 
J^7a3U Mingiuan. a bargaia $795 B tlU _ PM na «. 5tM • W b» I 



■$1495 



17^1 Beal of ooadlUoo. Rattala. 

1070^*^* BtOAN tallT a<|nl9*ed 
I y3y Ilka f«a* Baa tbia fa* Md drira 



1949 



DODOB BBDAN barlaat. Bat- 
gain 



1 O A 7 OlAlRMaBILR HYDRA M A T I C 
iy4/ BtDAN TbU ear U the el»ae»( 
imng U tiartng a ebauSrur. iM-M Ouar- 
anUa > • 

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1AA7*0***^*^*>* rVRTOM CON- 
iy4/ VRHTniLB l-rA.H0tNatR •N««- 
car guaraaiet . Radio and »hit*»aU«. 



1937 

19il 



ntw Rotrr 

ricRcr 



, A IIOMt Of VOUR OWM i 

lUHuUOM A K at H LOAM 

«A 1 I, BOAT BMirx CUAMB UUoU CtrX. io« inUrMl ralai ia biilid «r atij 
dtiMi' wiU <air aiaa ->r r.aei'ii oitri «<.ur lurne * ^ 

l.ipna l> y-tri a W b* I _ _ • 



iy4w ran good rondiii' ' <All. BOAT BMirx CLABB UUuD CtrX. rpa initiMi raiaa ia bblid or • 

Utrotifboui. tciut be teen in b* api<rr late.' diitm' wiU <air aiaa ->r r.aei'ai oitri «..ur lurne * ^ 

urm* BtlU ^ PM'na t. 5tM • W b» I • 

7 ^*^ kuXman BBti-AM ~ punucD ro <AiL^AT SBifB ci.AM uo<ju coh. Kbt fit St 6 pHenson, Ltd 

I y4/ »eU. Lob mdaagt. I.rva cncine dittun aa^i. iair IIM »> nt.raa aOar nnwadtuuRMi n-i VM<i>.a <im 

ami WMl? ID perlrrt aliane Bat a* l«a Miunr t IMW A W B-.' a"00*W«*M^« »T 

■ rivjurr poR buAT valvr*. bti* tc) 

tmjRRAKlLii CHAUriON J til Aa».a .ii brand nea il aaai - - - - - 



rHo.st uBia*. 



$77*T 10/t7'«* rmiRBAKBR 
-J \yi\f birtdriTb. aif*e«ad 



URRAKBR CHAUnoN 
. alf*e«adltlaner. tiaa'-«> 



til Mft-t an brand nen 



I Q A^ POMTTAT SKnAHBTTB lAV «l'd. 
iy4/ Mb iou ol actru Tbta i» u>a 
on* Tob want 

COMB na PRtPARBD TD 40T 
OO AWAY BATIRPIID 

Wt BAVB nWBRAt. OTHtX C'ARB 
TO PICK PROM 

Wa Ball <M Cnnalfvmtnt — Bur tar Caah ^ 
^ • Pinanra and Trada • j 

NORM WAAt. Pmprtitnr . | 

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BEE LINE AUTO SALES' 
LIMITED ' 

t 

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WE BUY — WE TRADE ' 
— WE SELL— ' 

wt TARB ANYTMtNO IB TRADB ' 
THAT DOKBR’T PAT. 

Ona-tlitrd down. M mantb* t« par 

OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 

*4d Mord^ta* flal-daeb Truck 
*4d add cc. tu<>al tntieid Mmorbiu 

'3i Modal *'A” S'Tbn nckan 

*an riiPBaqib d>^aAabna*r Ob«ra covp* 

*li HlUntan nw Man i 



1 040 XtOAN Bpeedo- 

I y4y Mur aatb tern tern 

lOdOKiirnAC ciiTB •.pAbsexotn 
I 740 court, aa ne* 

AMD uiNY OTKKfta 



No piOOM 

- . TIP TOP AUTO SALES I 104*7 tMJtuVI bEUA.*< PLLID iHUVf 
i . 1030 YATES street W 



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Na aitniA p.baMt * *' bin <«ui> nv. Jill. Culaanat * 

704*7 DOtulB BEu‘a.*< PLLID inU\V X'^ACHi Jk PEir; WATBfl U»k"^ 
IVu/ «siAd)er.| i-nTtriiMAn fleet after 1 irrt a«at... 11 laat a m ••riae 



atRMTX MICHOLLB 

0 **n Ird* daw tu • o ■ 



Ebkil, 1047 MOXARCH BEOAM. rRl$'AJBt.V raiiar lana* Betel lea b»ai ■Mifaii 

' 174/ uaiel Lika ne* OEM I'lx)..' b iTil a*Mr I'lriAfbrbd 



v\o: -:; :"„ruU- loan 

1 <m a«*tau 11 |ee> d rn'TiTt «nmi xuA-Hia gwu-'iiLi AuuAAuBO AT 

rrb Krtmi’n n-4 Je*» •$ net elrtirir LXlVkWil Jl^iEHEd'l 'KALAB IN LAUtll 
r:'.-.* ORbiiALL aMunirni 



1938 



/OL'M BOA1B DEulontlJ AMU Ul ILT 



UR BMAU. AMOl'N'ni 

HEISTERMAN & CO. 

list BLAMBHARO SI PUONk E4ldl 



SEE BEN * 

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f 

' AUTOMOBILE 

' HAPPINESS 

^GUARATJTEED 

>* K 

v‘ 8 M 1 LIN" ben 

V,' TOUR 

-'DBRO CAR PRIBMP 

p>> lai? 

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I t;;v C0MDIT10M — DOM'T rut tsar I73o tn»d •andltlnn tbrouali .'UL dlW aoar* rranr.d •r.^.r.* and 

I iSja Amelia. B surd r-etter I e^ fvird 411 bar bi P Md9 

- - ' I iTTo PWRD CUUPE. VERY RICB COM- f 

1 1744 dirum at IQd nnraia aaia U>d BAHUAIMB XM NEW BUATR 

jOraiU B. A t OErr.^B , u...,_re..a ^ l a 

SPENCER HOUSTON IIOTQ *TVUEBARER • StUAX AI J Ib-f; »tw« -CaL.n 

jrci^ 4 ..cr\ nwV./OlWI'S |yj 5 r*r.-ut|..r, am* *IU tatd olear, , T., ni- . • 

_ tai> in irada Cblduiu Hi X 

CAR SALES 7^, BL->EK De”lUXE p..>RU~CgAlM , y ^ 

TliB IHLAMD 8 l..4n<i«rr ORED CAR I *' [S U »VlV * uS' y* KimeV 

1 POJrtlAd. AR£tAH,_ IM itOOD^ dt - ". lu adSaa 

/'•I I A II a arrerr ’»7.J4 t- i.dj'...'., a .■«» or ne.rrw *ITer U.gj.n., ».,v. tn* 

GUARANTEES ife- U nr»«k 

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'CUSTO^AER SAT ISF AC nON , 1929 mi .iB'nn aS3$ biliv llranrd BHI* 3B41 LWUdlaa St 

PtMAl E B1M 

I ev J >7 ULDB-MUliiLB UlMAatlC SEDAN IQ^Q P'iRU ♦•OO' 'R s|UAN — VERY 

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BAHUAIMB XM NEW BUATR 



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RRAL BMTATB INTtBTMBMrB g 

APARTMENT BUILDING 
32 LARGE SUITES 
NET INCOME 

7 $ 12,000 

* 

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Pban* O dllB 
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GEORGE RANDALL 

I3« OUVOLAB IT 



FOR SALE— CITY HOTEL 
60 I OCMS 
FULLY FURNISHED 

PlMlMU-RnOM LOtVUB >'oOM 

Till* hdial I* vJM «>( iba Atuei in 
lit* alt* A ib,Andtd b«lM4ina naA> 
lb Uw heart af uvn ru»u la 
bvrrrthint ha* aa aii-*ear-munti 
guttd-i.aM cilatiiiia Wb* btuw ■ ' 
bitan vau can an* rbia ■ a* 
bita all ihe Bn«* fum"nia«e an-t 
ad eitaSiul-ta trade iar eM*ih«rd 
bl lU >alu* ’ 

. Pe. hartw-ibii iRii.t la hli 
ftmlili Otidd 

ai 

GEORGE RANDALL S 

HEAL E^Aft 
UOI DUL'iLAB SrnECT 



WATERFRONT 
•Tourist Accommodotion 



Thu benutifailf «leraibd tmrlal gueid 
Bdwa* u a real gotng cdbrarA. ifwbing 
a *er* g>nW larvBw and lan be ut. 
• reaied bitli pictiibr managamaBt. 
Mub above a gl.Bdd 'Mt raiurs ter 
anitaai Id rixnat. I’lUy' ^raiatwd and 
ball deeuratad Tva eau bl bi«vib> 
lug and tnliei in bdeenwol TntbUgB 
baU •111 rartaibd ai bbU aa *«rtataS 
iidtrnar 4« abtaag tWui Obod MH>i* 
•X tuwp (uruiaa diUiaa at< Mo 
Bitai* leraad Pull blgh baeamaul •lib 
Uundrt luba l«*riy latfn •all^ 
«el-t»t> graunsi and gardba M. t4 a 



a n*atat/ttl *w« tx Uw OlymtXi' 
Mtiuaiatiu Beat loeaiMi in Vl-'Wiia 
ditimi Tamil ran ba v i 4 cno 
aiAi.fed Pull arte* ■ $iO'5UU 



Ttt «iab tiaatb edit Mr Caiitby, 
B ttOI. aNanitiai. B bdil 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

lau DOUOOU ST. <B> TIh Bd»< 



MODERN APARTMENT 
BUILDING 

SJ tdrc' hui"' SelK'untalAbd and 
Wil. Bbltee 

Nri XncaoH 0««l 111 dM 

•Till' . . I » is( ibr Bit'M ai..>r<iuri<i ftin. *• 
in Virti-iu l.>ealbd in i'l* bail dlbfi-M'l 
utMi.h a and •III ar«ara be Riled . Id 

I lai at III 

Tliii la a uiiani I- .si x(ttt slid ai.jid rr- 
guiir tattoo fnab to handle Baienr* at 



f..: , 

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a* Iw at' 

> 1 * . nWiaae iwuldii 



central REALTY 

bit V.EW blnALT PUUbB 431*1 

tt ■ . • I. .41t> 



ROYAL AUTO SALES 

La* Down rarm*' u - Ui>ardl Ii*4e-3a 
AUawaoea and Tarctu 

ortN MVVNfNlin mi, a PM 



I n d •? UhOB-MUlliLB UlNAatlC SEDAN 1020 P*3RU ♦•UO' 'R SIUAN — VERY ' HOLLliW npRUrt MAST \l’**nXU-A STAND OP PtR AMU 

iy4/ iDdramaua. nuua radw ai.dS, V°9a. “nuT « ut?“* * *♦ aail iiarg rtr tan Br ow/f " **“•' _B*‘» 3X«« Ca*"'- - APA 

.ir-«oB.m»aaar braattlui laa-fbaM diam ''*r ' M«dH'a Hieat Ph..i.e o Mia t,., xai*inr '' '»t>>r »>= VV’ANTEXX- ST AND OP (EliAH SUII- *'r 

tV fc.. . 1070 I'HRYhLBR. MODBL d& - lAVO **• " -Me l-r ilx...di* l».*U B ITII 

1047**”*^** ** MPDAir I 1929 «.«« lira*. nr« batierr. Iirruce _J. ^ t»<|UiiMirVR f ^ . — — . Tfiw. - ■ . . ... 

IP**/ B jl«v, V ,»ii'JNd»- kniAO a . 14^1 R.HD** CLA.SB bAllBOAT s* nraiwwuii Airlaaawwf • a.i>rfa-u ltdn 

1946 R'^“''‘d‘2iu^"' 

40 Rddta and baawr i i.ia -ue. oa tei's'Jte* •''•••'* Aa*. lai Mr A a woRTMAitp iNVEbtUrwi or tswui 

T 0 40 W YMOUTM sm lAL Ot LUXE T K”a’tiO£>«' itEUAN ^ — a ' 

'::z\ZT z'''"- 

1940 - ,.s= r „ 

..a.^ . . .. . a__i. aaSv* n...... . '9 h T> leuinn f'-gli'e gbTMl rtmdl'lrti lanillt ivluu Baainasi dUlrb t Va«i-rauiid D 



7* Tl.uitt:u UKUkkliM UOI DOL'|L*lt smECT ' ■ ' 

MiRB Wr HAVE rOR BAIE ArARlUBNTS 

MAl^AD TTU UAK HAY AVENUE 1 ...tiUJi m'IU tOtRld, SIORBS 

Com. and ht.A ^-Ui.r.l . m YirroRTA AND tP -ISl AND 

I «V dBO rci t PIR ANU CBUAR L'LUM Ih 

I llwa Wu*. bdibntai *a #rr l.caiiu'^t'd lw i e, ■ .ais Hip tele r>.r i i jvC dOAnTaark.iT 

, ” — ' ^ — Ul# IwUebing tai.iome i'(»tfia*t,e* and *m LUXt AKAKIMLNI 

•** flHBEB Ittfbi X ebWrlbi* -.jp, 9 YcOrj Old 

\\*Ahl»U iu DUV--}»l»ClNu IIMiia 7. '•P a. an t ' ,.t. .v*d it. a bi.b Ibtd- 

’ ’ "r log* <«■ ab''tt br long irngibe ut w iian. balatdg dia'arxe i-- icbn im awn* 

M'l» «*i the bu'b and il^tiarad le eur BOTEl. One nf Vit'urts' ueii e.'ah.i^e-i eubrlibi' of INI* aufciniei t la bl tb# i#f» 

-•"■ A.>.”t i 3,'.' t>' :ib Jshnaoi. Slteet Ifaoleni al hii.i.i CarlMstvr i .t.'ii* a brai and ihi tr .ttrii hd* haan ka4>i in 

Wr«; Vuioru. BC B tl4d, a«ri B 4Tj« gaii.o ebniain viih laiale luntn Itr luiure (its. ii •« iwndiltai. The ariiext raaam a 

tl-AN1EO- a' BTAND OP PJR AMD ‘..VT*, “'biVs?,* 

1 tetldr ^Bni }4ta. Co.ai t»i APARTMENT 14 eutt* niutiarii apaMveuI Th.^^ner u| ihia P">trr«y Biuat sell and 

U 'ANTEtWTANI) OP (EliAH SUtl- * *•" •“^••i'»a prupaM> ai>Sa* bill ptepsre.* i'- • -i •i-ier a aaitblna 

... ...I. ....... » .«<a •pleitdld l■e•U••■ ' aflat baseil iHi ths taliia of ths iHilldtne 



AMBU lU OUT— -SWWUlhU ItUSAK Rll letalf >uilaa *■(• av*d it. d blab iBtd. 

’ ’ "r log* <«■ ahnrt br long irngibe ut w iitn. balatag dia'arxe (•' iaun im awn. 

3d.l» d*i the bu'b and il^tiarad le eur BOTEl. One nf Vit'urts' ueii e.'ah.i^e-i eubrlibi' of thi* aufetmer t la ul tb# lar* 

-•"■ A.>.”t i 3,'.' l>' :ip Jshnaoi. Sltaet Ifaoleni al hii.i.t CarlMstvr i .t.'iiI a best anil ihi pr .peril ha* haan ka4>i in 



bill T» piepsre.* I'- • -i •l-lef a aaitblna 
attar baeaii tH< the taKi* af the Iraitdtng 



1947L‘'"jU', 

104X TOWIUU DE lURR BBDAM 
1740 Rddta and btawr 

] 04A PI VMoum sm tAL UK t 
I 74v iXMiPb, eeiallant tMOdi'isii. 



nSBR PAHtiOR r>ne of (he bee' arnp«>t. 



IX • R.NU'* CLA.SB bAllBOAt et RI'RIVTUri 6i*VOATI’K’IYf*'M ltdne an Vaneautei lilaitA Karellerit rep'i ■ i, \*.l •*. O /“ I 

lOner Mm *Tbn. r»..llei,t ’* niRI.TP.SB urrYAMTI MHIP.B -„i,a p„||, p,,o,r.. Ov.id,,., and ibpniSt. J . H W H 1 1 1 Ome & CO. . LlO. 

"•• rifBin# and aaiia fh. ne E 3733 troot — ^..^..Seeu..^.. Well Maied fna Ineal lead# — ... 

* in A narkdar* bblr Aa* lu Ml A » MORTnAitP INVBb'KirN-t OP M Win iimYi' >MRN1 i*T M 4.a» 

_ . •* at d per . rnl Ballint pr.rr ta ktt Herrei na phone Infuimattau but a»r.» li.i.t.ig. B IM1 

t e^.M riJNKbR.BUU ■ BtVAl imop. Call f«r parilrulara and phata Praati •••' ** lendeTed tn bona liHe ^ 

iz ..mre »eei ahd ..1 wii.i blfert' ___ • u, ,.t-u 

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VICTORIA'S BEST BUYS! 



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: 1040 DfJlXtB irsiian. intive , fUKKER ai.u i 

I940 M7*n rad4» ar-f heaar OWM* ] A h n I -n.nn e. en.l ranii 
leaeidg ia*n Apple 4«V> Dnni sn ,* |j»S (rail* * 



Wliai altera' **** Pnurtnai Nirret 

I •ENTKAI.LY LOCA1CD LUNCH UAH 

l ARJX 3 i «flfMMi lu.a.ijwsr Bis nisrh^aS. Iss- 



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Modat "A” S'Tbn Pickap IM^ lT«r«ri>ie> Aeru NeAsnrMa itpokr Itti 

Pbmddtb B-fdawnra, Opera cW | Tei.^V -‘"it Sn 

HlUmaa Oedan ) lg,a Im%w Onow |E^^ 

Merr^ g-Door Badaii. tn tMewrobm |p«« AtmUb i-Dnor Sedan. 33 Ofl* mller Ai I 
. I !>«• Otlt lt<M4 

Chaa. sporuaaaier BAdan Ittn Merriir*.Tn«n Sedan a lop-tiadi-inn 

rtias HBnrisBs.i.e n. i..vs , nt>a-«r»i>ar rar * *l 3$g 



ddedltion. 

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'4X PIpvMntb B.Do«r Badka 
Ik *M4la **10" A'Dmv Badaa 
*M Raab A>D<wr Badan. 

*40 X>ods« VA'Ton Pickup 
71 Cbdb. Caadh, lA.Isch ubm 
*S t Raab Badan. 

^LET US SELL YOUR CAR 
ON CONSIGNMENT 

NO SALE NO COMMISSION 

OPRH PROM I A M. TO B P.M. 



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DOLLAR-SAVING SPECIALS, 

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— POSTIAC ^TlflTOai R*UUi sm smm S mm - i _ 1,'XI’El tXNT UPPOR J UVIT V POR RBAl 

47 r-stiit Ins itshi ' anisfLesn niA/ist ^b-PT TROLLRR ( tniplela. C7AOA I* e.iafe and it>furenrr releaman la get 

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t.-.iti SEASIDE LODGE- 



. ftired driva 



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I WXiiift sCara «3 !••• turn<'be Itni 



500KE . 

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS 



I 04 Q BTA.VDAKO A-PARS Bata tv-n 
Uka rtrw l74o «aya— talUai cd*4 and dperaUAEj 
> 1 .MI •*!>#*>** ® 



Cnupa Ortgii^Bl exceiteni, |l £$ j I 940 d-.rlar* no ihia *n# ■“”$795 i93ojr: 

'1939 ""’•■•'15795 1 927 

1A4I Oodia B'4aiaa*a Ceupc. nreBei ' 1 — - 

BMinr. PopBar codel li«V>l J 5 < At'TOMOBILrS AND TRITK8 



IQ99 'l;**^**'’ Ccmnlau Uru M Par*, fer Vann#*'* 

" 1*'* I W.real - Rer-aa #-11 O M It. Atork t IIAHUWARB HTBI Hi A REAL OPPOK 

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ini Pri.fieitt .t f«o» e r. 1—1 lia>h>r 

'rboUt* NasiAente nl rat.ine UeUi- 

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' aiine' er'iiafe and heerh rab:ri •|i<ai«ng| 
'• r*«*»ue OKi Tiifiu'iii'b hot ae tddk i «r 



• ■ Bn* ’tiJ roUogr •"«'* rtrllttu ««r bbuH 

__ — _ - - - tliete h a *re»i iem«Hii L"»et> farilep 

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gm diesel 

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$300 



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— ■ ! Wleal Raiale Agent. CawnbaU Bldg 

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BUNGALOW AND 
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turtgalbv vub (uU b aatn** -i and ball- 
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raraniat. CAn ka ••'■iiAAAd nuv far a 

, $3500- 

Balance 14 *M On Kaay Tama 



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TIP TOP AUTO' SALES 



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VIEW STREET 
BARGAIN HI-WAY LOT 

M TIKW vmKVT , O 1144 

PI.IMIIUT ■-'rflRTIOkm PAROO 
BALMI AND BRBTICB 
Vb itr Bi^dM Prim $m DM Cm 



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on or TKB fINOBT CAM 
m m WORLD 

MASTERS MOTOR CO. LTD 

mi raw or. paon b 3 w 



rnakb rvn nniuiUMT n i i ••C 

ONLY $11/5 

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PANDORA AT QUADRA . 
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AT 

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JAMESON'S BARGAINS ’ $12' 

1940 $1095* WILSON MC3T0RS LtD. 



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JAMESON'S MOTORS, LTD. ' • - 

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Morrifd Coupin 

mo BNnOHMBRB NBBDBD-iNtRVICB 
P0#r. PRIBMDLf TROVBt^ • PRU 

NIAGARA 

PiNARrt COMPANY LMITBD 

24 WINCH ILOG f 543 

440 Forr 



WANTED 



DKBD CAM 



' * Rotwao ACT 4H« I43AN 

* Pt^ MORTOAOB PWTAli LOAN W# M 



radia. bratar. lagRter. aent adrtra. 
I Imm atUanra Bl« Urra It.Mi 



ft'tLDBRB PR 
Aak Ba Mr e 



vis , DcMAWDSLEY & TODER 

“J!!!!?"— ' REALTY i faufuio^evinui 

Clrt/WI ®HfB TOQ POB- I'l-eywr 

$ lUiUvV te«*4«r ‘•f* IN'h^MI'utlra til PBWTRAl BUkO O INI ''■N MNIMRNa rani das^ avi lay tnwr 

'Utiy eunixv^ resai la* SB udafti Ratr I NH TWO kBihrama TWO (43TB Pir 

KVICB . ‘»ma tbb haldree PnrOe«lBeu (rm ' uMtad raeaw avnara abilr* of r««r r'rovM 

n.» in—.ssTr” ; ;i!£v.rs.jhssn.'i 2 .“ctr 

B V*R m Pa Iba n an MdB ''VW Cnn bt bnndM aa lav dava nag 

n. l ln To -n^-nruragi BR'CK APARTMENT SBXK 

, K; "" •'-““S.XTW — • 

/ — ■■ ■ ■ ' fcgwvriaea larga llbtAd.rad« V44felW<avlaee 

— Jb—D brat.... blrab Me ram VAOANa t JAWVW ITP. 

$90C)0 TMBROOWWTOW qw 

wa b.,, W rwrr, kkira. 



■ • vraan bviaaM atm Mr gvm ArvWT'l 

anM. TaaanL PtwraHaa $7UUUla 
b« t43AN Z 

** ’wbb naundt W grverry kkaeat, grarv L 
tOAN nrat bMta And rdaMMB Umm ' A 
.Ba raa ba NraRatad M NaddnaMi grwd 1 



1947 



■ — ■ I». W- . - 1070 TTIKb BBDAN BBBnOKD IJkBT ' 

VLTHODTR MOCIAL DB LUBB I 720 SaraAer. kda bt Brv T»a nra I 



">«nr jtg^kia, ira. mOnnira ra, „m, 

H _ 



CRABB'$ AUTO SALES 

* t«n« • BMAl 



IGILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LTD. 

tadabWalwd t*|l 

,ti} PORT armrr probb m lui 



raa ba anralMAad M NaddMMi grwd 
Wa •a«W be BHraad la iRr* ftm any W 
lAdM arbterUdi Mravr u nbiHaaaa ARpIp 



TY I • FAHFHlO-.-«EVfNUI 

O INI ROOMR/a rwal <1aa^ rnmtm tar law*. 

I VU TWO baihrauHi TWO (43TB Pir- 
uMted raeaw avnart raitr* of r«gr r'rdvw 

---- s I TIM *M bdrae la MbHaw Om* tObfW and 

, ualM Tatv avvaetraHg In anew Inpra la- 
•nrar Cnn bt bnndUB an imm dwa nag- 

ITMENT neMt $6500 

M biorK t# WHI. PB* ■bVdlaiWtnt Id IbV eHI Mr RwmR. 

rratr* MU NtgKkH • «M ' 

■rat V4*fe Draw la e* 

m VALiANa & SAWYU LTP. 

( mbr*v*Siri,®^“ T» BROOWWTOW Qini 

vraa r 0 ••'*••• •^raranransm—e^ra— 

S13rS00| ^ Of ia4ro*t«j and 
TJT*" exporrm* 



M., ! HEISTERMAN & CO. RIDINGS REALTY ISL, B^"'Lr!3 

PaMBOUAl,|IM BtAMKARO BTWr 8 MM MB. If WQAO »T ffMI •• • MNl*^ row lara «- 



a 



i 







Of|r Bail)! Coloniat Tm»d*i, May lo, m* 



BOt'BCB rO« 8AU 



It BOt'BCB rOE BALI 



U CXCUANCe ECAL CBTATC m BOtBEf FOE BALE 



BOtSCS FOE BALE 



t ,'XOIA«uB • At MM aUllAliU rOK 

^ TMatMl vOMlirf *1(1) tlilKCd 

t«r Mb Mrd> «o« trirtt-i'-vs SfwMm kwn- 



BOl'SES FOE BALE 



ROrSCS FOR BALE 



HICKS ^ARB^n 



PEMBERTON, HOl^ES 



’ll rrji rt riiu •. jTITO' 



STEPHENSON b. 

TODAY'S TOP VALUES 
MUST SELL 



REALTY 



Reol Voloes Sinc« 1887 



« IMTBrTOOr? AOBiCV. LTD. 
<Ov«r M T«*r» ta HmI t«i«M 



i.'xciiAXig MoutxN i.ft(.rojii arocco 
** Mmi-bur>a*i’j« Uit jMlf n 
• iiA oo* ar «•» acr** »f U*« Ut (attf-aui* 
rtrcU VftiHf MAM Ca.) Ml Ctell al 
■ <tA4 M laaaf. Vi«t«ru 



FINANCE 

CORPORATION 



FRASER BISCOE OFFERS 



m« POVOUAB BTABW 
irMtist H« rmtMii' 

OTP MBC VTOM not 



FAIRFIELD 



WATERFRONT SPECIALS 
$1850 
$4000 
$1650 



UAU.Y A US u'ju. aPACTous r:vs 

MfOrjU. WHITS ClUAA MOIHU SUHOA 
LOW 



I .MAVI A NSW «-8UITS APAHtUSirr 
AlMfti Dr*<-rUaa lAnaiiaa tallr a»if* 
r««utAAA A«itM. OU'O'MaUe bM>**t«r 
ti»a| Oi« uabrau. aminA rivitiwa Uor:aaf« 
aBA*»>« Arrangad WIU MU Mintht ar v’i) 
airfBi any |o<M a*MUar a« 

MM payment Pricaa adJoitaA agutiabiy 
PuO ■rlKA III.Mt L«« (ataa R^nliaa 
irtaiaA vttk finet can(t4an«« Wba« tM*a 
r«ui Sot MH. CoiMiat. 

VOSTH VAN^UVni — SSeSANfrt A- 
raoM tamJljr hen* aa > fU«r« S«*a«i 
auo aoaaitiUittra Eitra teilaia air cottdi- 
tlanad. lar«o i«« M M* (ioar titto tai 
a to t-room bungalaa, vtriaria or 
imrhMS ValM Wm« Mt I lith 

S( or pAona North Vancouoar ni)U 

\\TLL~ ^CH AN*** S KAfTTPVL ' LA NOf 



AbMiiuxIy (ha iaai ourd to boata 
dtaiaoiot, UKwaawtata aorMlU n aad ta- 
oUra-moAero 



A taarvmi p: . *111 too aatritadaS aod 
•acotd. Otar Om'^i Hay 'tlimoaa af taa. t 
laoi r^o U a !<• uoaa lanaMoAi Mowata 
A^otMo iiuvc« buoaowo dattWa ptomMiM 
riM caOUiat kiutiaa ao 4 oaot FuU-aiM 
M«ti 4 -room Du aatua* M tOM prop* 
arty'ta An>«jt aoaoiau ptttatr rat mh 
tA>it ta W# na*a u •IT e ri/^ 

nc.'aaitatr at XIO/^tAJ 



OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF THE AVENUE 



$1500 DOWN 

.. .... batk hUi 

ruaatAM. Mk llavia 



ptnaltalf appMouA Au ... 

tltcNtti. vtia an aaonnaoca at cBp»par«a. 
a aaat atuaetlta braabtaat apace oub 
Maautniiy aslwtatcra« acaU. A cfcaraiM 
iitini-rapm ptar M (act nun niapUca 
Duaof-raeH. ivp batUoosu. ana AMlgnaA 
lar lato batii Tn« baibra«« bac aa- 

R Oklra atUikcai bardvuM Aoora lua n»v 
U aiaa camroiM ao<«ia«oi OU*0«Maii£ 
tuauat uau.'copMr ptpr. c«ta4 acUtr.gF- 
Tbf at aat ibiota Ut.u».aua> a Lars< otciaiM 
mSubu fara|a ta aiaiah Uw boot* A 
tary prcify aarden laot Ma targci with 
aapciitita aorwbSrry ' taaoA apriakltr 
tyiuu A faw very ataa Irwu uaaa INt* u 
a Of ii-caoatrgricd baut and a> t o Z.A/\ 



jSAANintTON SAT~ 
Itbraa and ana-Uuid aaraa 



A Mart and aocalactaUc 4- 
roM bitma u aflarad brra 
Haa a baaamaat. and tba 
rooiai ibcluda itttba-raani. 
hitebam lav ate* badraataa 
aad a diiiUK BB«d The Ur* 
to«>ra«H haa aa altclric tlra* 
plara< Oa^n t*ry attracu**. 
vub mtitTaad barrtta Wbal« 
a*«i* >a apallan raadlUaa 
octcK possassiDN 

PuU prua 



PMi-'taos bwagaua, >*pi*ta 

tnutmtai. . _ - - 

toad catdab uaad term* 

Pal. pTtaa 

Harry. Hurry lac tbU vaa 
K*«a CbU Mr Ptddick. Aib I 



paaa** lb*aa baard* *«et|t 'day Wa**u«.Cp*^ PlVS-StU'll BlJ(i)AU)W Oh A 
ywu'rt Buaetdrriaa bculdisi «ii Oi • ante PLAAdAht aiWSNf tTONS TO SNOPo 
pul aad iallpa ih* birda ta baa^lr*' P(Nu i~SNTRI ANU THS tiSACH Vary 
today aad a«« tha areprny t*i y«ur**U >>ca t'liraat* bati Sncfei btiM-rnaaa 
Daclda aa tb* M ibli . tnuraat* |Mi--U>ry *itb ti«*pa<r diriina •roota 

arc ataa/lyiMarhad thru aatact «■ (nr brighi biuac . T«t c-hU kpitropau aad 
parUeular* ^ Mat Nc r*arktd t'nu t«*i iM*u>u( baibrs- nt Ki>l (•■turn baar* 
SaMtcn Maad attond Ibn^iad paai Ntrtal avrti %>ih HA l«ri>a<> and dtita ta aar- 
Oct a* dtrcci 'rom CaidP<a Say upiaar Ti>« lot u ni«*ty laid *«t in launa 
SSAVISW TSHHAt I ' L.,d t«tr *hf» (•rrtrn POMBSSION AbU 

<^*n DTL. PUN 

P 

Mr Ot*«n S'C'irga, B IffT . 



urcr M acraa 



QUEENSWOOO 



UPLANDS 



A carr ehamung raoeh-ijpa buogalaar ol 

4 r«aau aad bathraaan •I'W paiia add 

utiiur room «ith (art*d draught b«t-«ir 
naaung urit Tba land artrob** (M (act 

$8950 

Aak (Of Mr HaU. pMaw 



$5950 



A lacaly aab,td raaidaac* it( T rooma, I 
tiNba artd 3 tin *Ta* Patatotiou (trariau* 
unna-runAi aitb faaUaH aaiiiiid. a larga 
.^■r<g*rPMa It l« hM-aat*r baatad aitb 
& automatic •>! bacar* OaubU aaraga 



Sight roaou «a twa law aitb laadacapad 
giau..o* C.oa* <a iliwppiag <*uii* and 
iiu rsta hum* bac a««a atU carad tor 
aad u la au»3 raaair Haa latga atwacitfc 



WEST SAANICH ROAD 



a pUactirc la abu* r«a Prki' 



Vary nte* landacaaod garden 



pirate «n Mr O R T Bag'Ueae 



’ 'r**« ’ I 'or aa«pr>* «'o *• 

a '">* - liOBM vitb rraaniM (ram tba laua 
rooou and vbo ea|uya a Urga garden 
Pull prt'a t* It* tod Qvnar aili accept la 
rarhanga a bui.aaia* la a guod dU'iWI 
armtad gTMO to M.aOO PIcom cad Mi 
Ravyar at Vailanc* « Sawyer Ltd. UdlU 
Rat STJgl' 



ok Uttag-ruom dlaiag- r uam 
deft, utchea aad pantn ua 
iht mata (lanr POUH Blu- 
noourt i»j - 

air plj 



• area badiaoPM upatatra. lull aaSMiit aaaa 
airnr aad bet air fjraao* CfiOAr 

Separata gaiag* Prie* ^OpwL 

Act tor' Mr T O Clarka 
Svcnlngf. Call t ttSg 



FIVE CHARMING RpOMS 
RUMPUS ROOM 

Lovaly llriag-iuam aitb taiara* tcic Ora- 
piau aad bnodcaa* arrangaoiea.. Jinirr 
iraiMa laadtrn bi’cben aiih Mob*'«e'*g 
dlnUu-aMib SUU.T (N HEPnina-HATiib. 
.SSNOtX J.VCLUnSn l*w «*dMu>cu wna 
[amMa cu^oard rnara. aallUOiM-i iia* umii- 
Un laaiart*. RUUPL'S ROOM la haaen-ni 
[Haw had ta ktwtty ptaa apan Rr>i* a r 
'La cr lot Separate (arage HOT V ATI)’ 

$12 600 

|p(eaM Call Vtaiai McLoaa, S>r» O *Mt 



WINDSOR. PARK 

AH SlrtlA WALL BL'ILT STUCCO RUN 
liALuW Spter.dtd locatiaii C 
O' acA bua atacoa aad path 



RAVS vnv hlAR |l add tXIWK* THEN 
OET.YUV P Pliin IS IHIS OlItEH lYi’R 
I NOOM IIO.MC • Va'tiiig ^'t'anir |tc-a 
I *a I bifeta Item *ea htat aad ('ran, 
T.tei in amad lo( VACANT PfwgEb- 
MOh PULL 



ROCKLAND AREA 
AMONG NEWER HOMES 



iiaira Hae titra, 
- . ...id (uraace Thu audV 
u la flrai-claad caodiUpo. aW 
priced at aaly 

SCARCER THAy HENS' ‘ POSSESSION ONE 

TEETH'%' V*g hata poaataaUB i( 

A bama Pita . aaclualan. yet eloac In Obk Bar baua ta 

uauld Ba aaly too pUaaad to glra ypu'pn*Pe*« Hat Ibrpt atttraaca 
tuniier aartleulara U yo« art a gardan NaJ> fine big Unag-roou. a 
iorer bare a tba apot you Pill Pa da- diaing-roon dea and laod- 
Ugb-.ad la |erntgad blighaa m the main 

Eretuagt Call B 3MJ bpdtalrt baa THREE 

, . *n“ .Peflroojr.* Pith a drreling 

rL - - [rnaoi H*p gaa vaur lua»*r 

^ JUBILEE DISTR CT -|in«:uded oar den U ea 

^ .ruuikbi. u/ijirMw. Itrameiy pralty and tba Pbale 

n.AOA duaa. *-»■-.>«■ h.n.ga uro 3*piacd (toma U ta eiualiaal aoadi- 
tnili. Paaaaital Cioae to P*M # A*7CA Full prlre 

aad autra* Pull prtra 3>^/3v 

Oood letta* Ob bataacc COUNTRY HO 

Avei Call -Mr Pidditk. Aib 133 T ^Oa tpa aad a baK aaret of 

|culU*aiad' land U t h I a 
[rbarm:n« ••room modernltad 
itotn* Piib many buiJt-ta 
, (ratum Ha« all bat • atr 
** ptpad (urnare bruatUunm 
larpeu la aagroomt aiecirtc 
A tiotr Hat aaparaU garagr 
^ L'aturpaoaad *uo mi mauB' 
taiM aad aitaiu (earn a 
PA!A>TEU)'i duitea 4 ruotaa (ur owner troai rull-lai.grb veranda 
Kdort.uc (IM •*> <*(toaUd appro! mllrt 

Pri'.’ ' J.*-' ItPBi etty Pull pri e 

PAiHnELU--Oup'e« IPO 3-nai<n lu.iai 
Up rented at Ml U per awuib ••room 
tui’e dapn (or uanet Sapacala antranca* 

Doob e gEtagci Ptul eaMmen* A iirr 

$7350 



aa to tat 

CharoiiM 

living-raom an^dioii4-raam nwmMneu. n 
leai tang Nie«f medim kiiMpn puh a 
ilia ttak Tvu/ftcie badrpNBii PcathMika 
oathraoiB, luUfwmmt baaemeat with a 
full atu beortwm. pttb biuit'la bui-ba 
rxcnplata pith aprit.p and mattreoaoe fuU 
Uee garage. Heat tu eteii room, a (e* 
guod lU* (rvil traa* aid tb# pruaetly la 
ail leaccd Onip a (** yaat* old and Uka 
nep. Taiaa ob>l l^'> EariugiVf btliag 
RsMllent aatoe ITila boaa* ntU not p« »» 

I.*"* $93oa 



$3400 



lUCE 



Mr MrO>;iirray. Eianingt B l>*T 



VIEW SUPREME 

ON THut ni.»H -LorATtriat amu>ht the 
,OAX.* 3-tniE (THrlE l ROOM 
•TUIXO Bl SMAUeh ] YAAKB OU) 
h HA lll'llr All't'litr e'>(ra>.«e aq^ 
beJ Livii.e-xuom gt 1 3i> Otniag-rnom. 
jdil arttb oa\ (taora Liialr ratunai kit* 
jheu itlc ar K air*d |.(r •’ottric ra^Te. 
I'laebed ut::.;i rmm y tarae badroutat. 
Cupi. *' 2 s gal. re - » i>. • I'.ntbrpke baih. 

rn>.rn in ia>em«r-'> Piped H A. 
(i.rt.aie Peparal* eaiuc gre .>•(« ar* 
b>»e.y Wi'h ii«;. «nroba ard 

r-eaU iTBl I MaTAh»T»^^ M«KV THIB 
ItAtlOAtN UdUyniATE POP- 

PEPblON MAIP I'ABH #r»L 

•bCHIPt'*P PHtrE jyj.-'U 

I Mr Mrdlillltrai ETenir.e* B IMT 



•'A SMALL*H0ME" 
(Bordering Ogk Boy^ 

D*a aairaocr ha» enteea taui a r>aa>ani 
Utiug-i.um with Otrptaid • Bright and 
ii'nartneiil kiWhra late u( ewppeard tuai* 
Twa bagroomi anu Bathroom win. Pi «• 
hiuki - lypa fliMagt Aita<:iu-: ta..«e 

,uiutlr raem TMe iiouae u Vie aB>»«t 
tor tw cotipir Wanting a Rv.teia* h.: -:e 
aiiP (ea t'epa and an eaar-.p-i.Mk aiiet 

$6700 



It ’ILL EJtCHANUE d-BUlTE Af^ BLLKi 
y* (ar butmalaw la Ourgt abwut IT gOd 
Owner baa I-r<.om baaemeni auita and 
raam.pa lltMM Taoe awa baua* will 
cnofa than n>aba tba dawo aayme-i* Pull 
w(Ua It pnl/ |13jad Coniart Vallar.-e 
b Rapyer Ud ai 0 mi or O MJi ityea . 



$8750 



HIGH QUADRA 
OIL-O-MATIC 



V\rO(lLD EXCHAHtiB UTT IS BY IdO 
*y pph (roll treea 00 Cuak BtraM pear 
HUIatde. larr amall let in Pairdaiil or cteae 
>a. But 3MJ. Colaartt 



Wb atnwat ncp atuaea feungalgp oi b 
.-•uma and (..naaolad atair la gaad bed* 
(OMi.-ap lAtge ll«ing-ruaa piib lire- 
plaaa. bright diiiii.g-raum. aaBinat kit- 
chen with tit* (Ink TwH Iwin-atae bad- 
room* Mil 4-piife bathronm Plih uparai* 
rhoae^ Pull baacmer.t piih dri»e-t» 
aaradc and Ofl-O-Maitc hm-air heeling 
A beautllitl huoif Ui ■ Ugh. a*fludeg 
loratioa. 

Thia (ih* b*.m« cryi'LO NOT BE Ht- 
PI.ACBtl ToUaT lor the cm TCA 
naked prire ui ^ I v> / WW 

Pleau Aak tor Mr U> O CamaroQ 



REVENUE PROPERTIES 



71 LIBT1NC8 CANCELED 



NU ANirTllElt. T41 .jLAUUH.% AVg . 
aold by T*'i Imptnn o( Ridinie Realty 
prompt and courtonua ec.eto*. ph-:tu 

m • B san 



V UENTR. n.EAnB NITTE )SP« BVt.- 
wH.ili now iieM ektiu-i.ery piu> 
(ahbay (amea at Ridini* H»aUT 

\~or to, sTimuY BTRErr ' b-wquimalt 



ttuOlM an a beautiful coiner tot •lib *'*** *** 'uaboer 
oiaae fine ahriiaa and eaivety lawna Tba drive. la aarage 
location la ekOllant. turruur.drd by otber froai a 

tovaiy hemea, Aiiractiva Uvina-rwooi. oak available 
rudTVT'lBPen fliaplacf Large dinibg-raom F»ll price 
and up-to-date kitrhen wiied (or circiru 
range Three fine bedtiHWit and baihroaa 
dopo. Pith iwo lair* bvdianm upataira 
PttlI-»Ue baceiwaM W.ih yiiege and laun- fWntae^ 

dry lubd Thu hama It pA tnvooited in IVvuieri 

tvvri reaped, ar.d Uca aaiy i*aaa>i lar tbiaiA dctiraWlr an 
l« vrfy bemr Wing aUtcad lor oaU u tba ’ with rwach li 
lat' ihat the oan*r ta mi'i.og to the Quick laJr 
L'l.ded Aiaica We l.avg bocn tnviiegad 
pTfvr ibU eirliutvrly, 

P(M« 

Pieaac Cau Mr. Eiepcey 



PORTY YAAP8 LCAilARBUlP IN 
HEAL ASlliTV. mSURANCt AND 
HOkdE LOANS 



Loeaia^iM a alee atrwai la U.« Oorg* die* 
licet. • teart eW lo apwOraa ecii.diiwa ib* 
villa aiid ewi Ucnvd-itav iivlnc-tpofn with 
'rrvpia* r oak (hve-ra Ilk* new. targe fclichro 
‘ li'ed aiak inlaid lino good du.lng apaee 
' «r.d lunrvae. Two ai*e b*dr>wma and 4- 
gpia<-e Pembroica bail.ror.fw All r-Mini ar* 
la*ia(uUy da<oraii>d >.<) nir-.al Vva*'tan 
'b'lada ruU datltgbl baaviaen: aiu. lur- 
I nara Drive-in garage Otppet piping TWta 
imavaruiatc h. r* rwxtl ba aold' (Mw ui a 
< |«sr nflvr T. 4 . t’- but It (nr l*«a l.*ia-. 
! yap ran b«itld A' i'a'' *r tr.'rs: (/i 

ihuw V—: cma at lae Amt bun la V- ’..'i* 



r.EAt. EBTATE AOENTE (-LEAEE NOTE UNUSUAL VALUE 

-Olef.al.Wl HMvI, MM Oouelae St ^ ■vv.jwriw *r-tt.u.;i. 

keown 04 Bt Mary'd Prltiry. U alt the La.aied r.vAi Oorge Rovd 'claae to itnrea 
XOACkat and bue Sii roona and tunroaia. 4 bed- 

laaaia H(7T WATTR HEATED Two beau-( 
iilul hvU in lawn* irwu* and barrla* 
Double garagv Mtuc M aeaa to he apiice* . 
' .at*3 Pull price 

a..ma lermt- ^OKJ 



XER & V 

STEPHENSON I 

Ueaiber Real Bauu Boart mi Victoiu 
••• OOVERNMEKT BT O tC 

Night pi.-.iet 

Ollld' g«31« B39T3 



PAIRPMU-Li- • Raoma aeaarait MoHera. 3 
Ltd;- mt kiithra littr.g-rowm. tanpoerh 
(«r uanat Pali baeeueai Oarai* Revenue 

•yrpr;. $9350 

Man. aihera lUled rill and avl We bar* 
"nr 10 eui< vvur rtouireman'A- 

Aok for Mr A Deem 
Evev CaU O llTd 



SOLD IN OAK BAY IN THE 
LAST FEW DAYS 



ORAL WITH CONriDBNCt AT 

FRASER BISCOE 

Brrme With ItiliabUily biar* IMt 
•to COVRTTfTY RT 



JAMES BAY 



Finonce Corporotion 

lUIVATTi LTD 

II P.-.PT PTBPPT PMrVTE <im« 

Mrubvi Real Remi* Bwaig o4 Vudacta 



tdto OUVER STREET 
lUd MONTEHXT AVENUE 
U3 KINO OEtiRdB TEHRACt 



.t (.er>li PAMIIT HOHA — Uving-roatn 
aiih Afcpiaip diKUik.roarr-. kiUiie.. one 
.•druom (or dee> dopi>. l«a be«ro.>au kpo 
t-a*n pp In good voPdrufti Tatev gTt 
*1 )M will han.iir ‘Mig> «f at ito pvf 



OLDER FOLKS 
STAY YOUNG 



Rithet Consolidated, Ltd 

Uaa.ber R*al leiaie Bnarit ••( Victoria 
Tto PO R T gr RlEl PIfOWE 7 (m;4 



Oir lUal C*<a<c T>ri-artmri{i wrgevitlr re- 
^■•tiraa cha jjulaa at your homa and oiu 
'l^apt' 'aiii.nualy f>va it tb*ic attanthM 



HRO.TE E IflJ 



ESQUtMALJ SPECIAL 



OA^ 



riiu. 
PR H E 



and rrxerlu’ There igjTn naaemei.i 
fwi*' tv nu' -LgiAaiep^'raunga arr 

,.r a *!' ]t.-a.g‘r^d> and uicnv 'rre* 
rpa'* f --r 



SPOTLESS 



$4650 



THE YORKSHIRE 

a PArrPir ABrtmjDW fAO 

TJT rtJRl STRtn PI 101 .C : 



tNGLISH STUCCO AND 
TIMBER BUNGALOW 
VIEW OF MOUNTAINS 



U.w in iirr'r. • - Ol^ligL |.r| 

inmde and ^i Ahl'i'..* 
ream. dlnlndAfwowv Kit.bv-i 
twa bvdioom' bautrown Ei 
het-alr (u'na.v «ei>a>«ie | 
Inca eari'vr tile gdi't aii*e« 
A.rio-Oll range litclud'd 
>alite Acl al newt 
Pnre A 



BOORMAN INVESTMEHT 

i V»*i 



, V W rit to.jt* PMavurt to atmw 
^jhwMiMrT** > ’'d at Ihv Acr.'.ir 
■ t".* '"'r 'jgh liM ivrvrlT living r 
• diMi.s.C'iniii. m^rr'i kini.vn « 
r>i-yr Hire* hed|-uvniv and Ian 
' PiiK aairmri-' wnh nira Pnwh 
air p)P*e lur»a< r iniftivdtai 
ton »* lUV 'rrme balai .' • < 
‘r%rn Pull prirr i I 

liraoe Aik Ibr Mr Hvi'.e, gvenini 



$4900 



.r»*8l*crf OfAllEW ME RfViM HO’-ipTSty 
(• Twin MtLLbirip ' 

‘iig park PI-ITE llPnTams RfiriEU ATPf* 
.e,.i..inal VAN ORIAIAIEU 

;6500 Apple Van** Ho(w P«c* P 43 



I.IViidl rapM ailh llreoU r n" v 
3 latte badrufvm* mit 4 o:ri» a> 
dnwn a<-d | -r -.n K^.rtn. 

I.rl alv riivi.arr d''->r Ir garafr 
■•«v> an arre In largt ai>J vinall Ir 
uvM in.we. ahaJe iirai 

M r.ally to VD a bn 

Rnglar<d tfvo ili.-iiirf aar «l<>a 

■*vrl> n>a- r t'l" pii.w 5 

Act Iwi Pr*d A Rii ffanmi 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO HICKS & FARRANT REALTY 
» LIMIIED * 



np* IJgTthnP WANTED 

4 UOHO LlBl UP HOHA PlOA CU 
.\ pati PBiUng (or ataar bsaiaa 
30BNBT0H M CO. LTD 

E»y4i-i _*'L* 

VO~MATTBH How I AlUIB OH RmIiL 
rv rill nr rountr* If vvnt wai.i to bur 
..r tell rail ar pbacie irard Palwtr ai Vai 
lanva M Naavar (.id. 7l« Btouihtoa 
■•ydll ervniiign EW1 

U *B HAVE AflfRAI, RPHPOH-IHI E 
> Uvi.tc waniint lap-prirvA dwHU • 
• hirb ran h* purrhaord aiii< • daw» pa. 
•ntnt al (rwtn nn* to rwn ihAiivand diflart 
aeof phnr>* ••■ir n’t'.* fact) •! •»! 'an 
i.eip ua PEARPR R|P<'>E REAL BltTAtS 
•to COtTlTHET PTRACr 



SEMUSECLUSION 
LAKE HILL 



THE ROYAL TRL'ST 
- COMPANY 



•37 UtiVEHhMBNT PT ‘ Q II' 

Mnanhrr Real E><a>a Bnard al Victacia 



$4500 



SUITABLE FOR GUESfS 



KINGS ROAD 



A A. GREEN REALTY CO 

to* •«« rionitoN prpEn 



•»> nitn aue nvai Pern 

■ It ifc. . AMiae Nab and 

m nii.ine •i-nm ann k'< na* 

I aml'Mnn* ant) ba'hrHpn- e.i'-H 

p > • .'..r m.i.ri.i.". Mm- 

• p*uarv<a •#’#!• Taiva ID 

h>i Jim* I 4 



$3000 



war- 

ne- 

ll|i'-a . 

a.r hat 
l•OClP•^^ 



$5950 



Otgar *l>1t !'• r-Kik* -* nnrlh af Ar- 

• icH* crramli rvrn.'flii iminct A •iiu tm 

dr. '-rtvd y.c«-».cff a>|g ihrn.igb hai' 
liv<<>r-''-< m liiniKg-rwim. Env A.cehrt. 
pa'.if) vhtr* bwdcoumv bathrwwcn and 
avuiial* toliei. •an'eaUd alaira la cvira 
panroop.r and atoracr rapia up Pl.ll 
ha-.r*n*'. . 'uh» a-n bvtnli h'l an p'pnd 
in all foam* hepa’a'v aaivir Ooad 
. a-«*.t An •• • eiimt hnm* a< • q ^C/*) 
fWndrrafr f ne< Frier ^O' OU 



A dvligfillul liHle (Ire-raova bangal-rw 
rnaiulmg rl liTlng iiinm dining 'nom 
Ian har|r«nm« 'thinrt fcHehrn ann bach 
ranm Pine aecluded garden, (liiv u a 
Ea«< bareairi 



JAMES BAY 



HOCKrH »OK BALL 



PRICE $6000 



$5500 



<"1041 (O (HP AEA 4 Mur urge rucutv, 
I'vii.g '.Bivfi 3 todra.Mov I puie bath- 
ro’n. and ki'rhr). All (Irur. r'lvrrni with 

g.- t 'nif hvMlv* 11 aikod.'ie nr a 

ia>4i' and the leaav ‘art walr IT? 

APM»T IIALP AAEM WILL Oj/AA 

HANDi.r pvu. rsicE >j4UU 

E.vninca. Mr Lofifwv.r'. EIII44 



LIVE IN LUXURY ON 
PROTECTED WATERFRONT 



LINDEN AVENUE 



IRJIAh IfOlK.k 

I »»a. rlu V ' ' - 

II n*i-H‘v-|r ivrnM 



MARA, BATE & CO, LTD 



$3000 



REVENUE. 1212% NET 

T* **t( rnnialt * 1 ) »#«• i. -i. 

dull*# at 4 raowit land baihroam aarb 
Oi->> a blort Irnm Weacea Hill Tark and 
A mi. iitva ••[% tAifko M«'l< H<YT 

WATEP meat ptour"* reaUf firvi- 
■la«a - fMidliian •hraughan' Imawd'a'* 
poia«*a«iun *J b"!^ awiiea H’gMv recnm- 
fwrncian Igr yrur tmaiagiair inarmeii.m 

lrr;r $10,950 

Deli'.iieiy No Otfrea -Oanul^ flargata 
Pnt Pramn* Amian aod Paiiilarlton 
4 Phane B7tPP- B*ai.u>ga E im 



HAh PAT 'hur- 1 n walrrtrnM 
iM an ibv 'vrna hav Ontv 

* AtV tnr X. a W'.nh 



i-atur , f’,..di(tn>i 'D'^rau-h' 

--i.lr.i 1 . Hiii|''rl( J.I 1 L <fri Tt'. f 

' al '• rurvp 7Ivl4. d'. 'lu rbnm k '- 
ai'd tiiru hai* r - .n 

I'AiB.ra I b'-lMMn.v I at**r balh'tmia and 
Har-iwpwd l>'Mr. Pull *ra)':-'ri>l hai- 
va'v he. a« aiii'.n.altr v'ukvr laurwirr 
ernvr. «i.v. < 0 , pa. die dtvvr P*p 

a'kie ga'.a* 

TAPl.r .rrrtoCrpM'rN TlTkEg im 

PRICE $12 600 



OAK BAY BARGAIN 



$8500 



SWINERTON & CO Ltd. 

ayA RRoVfOHTON WTBPrr Empire 1141 
Saiawlipiyrfl Tlag 



SMALL HOME IN 
NICE L1XATION 

Pnui enod rnom» In 4'»<d paf nidi'll- 
•Id* Il»h n-rr-an aul"'"«'ir lb* air 
hra* Paad) l«t immroia'v J795Q 

A*k I'-r M' Harriii»..m . 
Evenint* PlJona * kt*4 



b*fAA«n v'...-;., hut.tal -wt With ra.ta r»-.»n 
•n baacnwai laige i<ving-r>wca Piui Aev 
l.larr tf<i-ii.g r.H-n. ..ak ll-iorg 
-eh.i.et blLhei). 3 bedrwnmr eiM 4 -plera 
bamrnntn full rrmriii bOMn.ri.t ga'af* 
hai-alt turiierr la'intn tra»> tnt tn.-rd 
and li< taw(. and gardcu • 1 • ccn 

Prirv redurrd In >oi> iv.mt- 4 I I rODU 



LAKE HILL 
1165 PALMER ROAD 



PROSPI 



LAKE 



•nr ni.PiM IxrrrArit vcb U>rru I"»rl 
Jp |.«»d (nm Ken ideaimia in 
arronr a-vi * waMv la bblld hnottPlar le 
•a r riPl.Y 43 UM raeh baiarTr a< 13 
per mnolll EXCLUBIVP PaDAT 

UKInr PRirt * iAZUl. 

Evchingv Mr Otana. O 44to 



$7500 



L M. J^OSEVEAR & 
CO . LTD 

ACTION WANTED 



LtSI WITH us FOR ACTION 

Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

' ' low oovnwMEHT n 

! G^'124 



A*( (nr T P Mtoik 

I H Whittome & Co , Ltd 

•01 'oovEHHMrin wTPtrt' b 4U< 

Evrn.uBa B lUT 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



HANDY TO TOWN 
OVERLOOKING WATER 



YORKSHIRE & PACIFIC 
SECURITIES LTD. 

DT PORT ET Bllftg EVtP E lltb 



■GILLESPIE. HART & CO 
I LIMITED 

111 PORT nHBrr 



NEAPr^NABLE OPPPRP CONPIIHniKTl 
Wr Mtef lar aate u lh iniinvduiv »naae^ 
pwwo buruialaw it> the tlav..-ln Ouadra 
Dnirtri wUhih wkiktiig dia>an*v •-! Vic- 
toria buvIhvM Clatrht 

Carapru'Pg vit roam* ar.1 ba'brwnm an 
Ul» Sfvr llhnr Wi»*i v-.-h.rd ktalraav W 
*wn oiurv aemi -Oi.iihad roacna an aeanrio 
‘■per C>-«al*iv w'tb lull 'hwwnt ha**, 
meal ltirt<are garagr launrlry iwha Brr- 
;ia.e light (Liara eir Jdeal lavnut lar TI3 YATBS BT 
-Wb*lall,Mg a lew ewriwi II dat.red New 
rnaf raw waiar aipec new aandiuna. u> 
end out Laa uiv* eu. 1 

PRICE $6950— TERMS ' 

OHt-HALP TAPM BALANfB ARRAWOBD $| 

Heevwf'aMr all rath or («rinc oUe' inviied leu- 
INPV’t^nON BT APPOINTMrVT 



E<r*ati..nal «al<i* in an m 
huttgamw with iNialv ha ei il 
vninaataliu Au> -ircali' i rai • 
rna«»Mfn- r. Prliad (ar • ■ 1 
Hnnadltto aale X I I 

Aak la* Mr Ma-hewoon 
■vealng. PDoa* OMM 



dOUTH r>( kvati.t* 4-r<nA mndv'ii bun 
gain* gr- (1 a.r* ll(t>-g-rnvm dlnn-g n=Qva. 

> btoraniwi, haihranm MKDPH** kllchen 
ulrd^ aink • yearv nld Drrr*--.i garagv 
in hnaamini imoii aerludeif gai-Ivn 
llok irrra TAXES 44d POCAn 

PEE THIS AT 6VDUU 

Bvar-loga. Mr. Urtor. Btfll 



PHOHB O Mil 



hivtaMr aI tnv Pra. fataia Bear I M 

TWMtU tic. 



JAMES BAY 

Vvta-rubMrg hrm>r 'Pnur r<- 
tl>u>r and lira* t.n Eat'a p. 

lurnaiV, Could 
<r.r lUQ prnpvr'y. 
l*r«a 



E50UIMALT— CLOSE TO SEA 



VERNON MARTIN & CO 
LIMITED 



ONE OF UPLANDS 
FINEST HOMES 



LOVn.Y lAltOE NEW tn'N 1 ALOW l.a-»r 
.K”.i .nn»m dlhing raain*' ail-'.rn 
luo tti* rifik 3 Ta'rr todr... -.n*. V ptac* 
P*mhM-k* ba'b OAX PLax>mS U.rao^i 
-gi y-i I ha'Vmvn' at‘» h'-d larae* 
HALI’AlKb "I lorely v*ml vv -IwiWd ptvp- 
vr’i V»ur lavpecilaa iavu 4 d caaca 
P ama lerr.a PULL PRM'E ^yVOU 

Evrnini Mr MrOrmald. M«43 



PHONE B41»4 



H. A. ROBERTS LIMITED 



6EACH DRIVE 
NEAR UPLANDS GATE 

LAROE aii-rowm PTt>rv*r> DUNnAnw 
llvhg-rwoaL dlniag-rwam and anirarce 
hall wiib imk ftoora. j todrwnma 1 arv 
iwn- Vlrv laraa kl'rhv- aired range 
with breaklatf nook Bepafeie karaae fxli 
taaemm- h..'-air hoodng EPLiSDIO 



$4900 



WATERFRONT 

CAA CASH buii o dandy E*roaai 
JvVi bungaino an the •alartreni 
I ’wm. diNind-rowm. kiKbtn. uiili.r 
• oom an* Iwn to-frnnma pan b*.rm*--i 
•iih laut.nr, * - «m. t«a nirv ...ii 

Thu la driisiitly a gsog hu, PCCAA 

Pull prire f $5500 

Aikfo'Ur Bagert lUa E 344« 



Tbta la a bom* ihat baa avervihtog 
Planning and gualliv ri( ri.naKwriht'* 
«M*orpa*a*d Sporimta iivihg-roi.m and 
dpmw -raam IiotTeTwri biAirnowu *arh 
oiib baihrcMMB Klirhen rnadern in 
abary derail fndtrrn ilfhllrig and 
hardwood (laara Intolaied and air 
rnnditlonad Baaetaani wttb OH-O- 
Haitr hear Tann-ar gaiaga with *«- 
ira plwmblna Lwaalv garden with 

•** $3o,ooo 

Aek for Mr R*pe 
Breninto Pbaaa O 3PM 



OPEN ACL DAY BAlUKllAY 



VETERANS' HOSPITAL 

B’l-rtu-nved heuar with 
rn-iid mak* * rrv 
l■rdlalr nt,a*ea4i..ri I 
■ermi Piirv lor otter 



$5750— NEW STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 

711* -air. i...h la riu^:»id* din 
t ivtog-rwaim. I latea bvdre— . 4-aMra I 
trot* haKi MfxVerri bltrheti. a"a..-rW 
eg* oga ilhiira Aped right lor ouir(. 
Llallng 131 ] 

Aak lor My SMrrew 



VIEW 

tULF ISLANDS AND 
MOUNTAIN PANORAMA 



^$5500 



HALLMARK & CO 

III MT CBimiAL BLDO B 



L. Mf ROSEVEAR & CO 
LTD. ' 

>14 Hnykl Truai Bldg 413 Via* Suatt- 
Telri-hpae O |b4l 1 



THIS fiOHOEOini PBTTtHO ii. o*- 
rtudod am nn eld* 11111 with un- 
raeirH’vd view A cuer ham* with 
3 bedrowHo* livtacranih di<..tig- 
rwAro and moderr. baihr-jom Uii-(>- 
Halil h«ac. truly a reiirad Ptr- 
ton 1 para-Ua* inapeeimn bv ap 

KStT';.'-""; $13,700 

Pleat* aak f*( Mr Wtadt 



P»r (urlbrr infenaatloo plea** rafl 
2. PMrami. EHT4 



lavely ^ak* hur.gaU.w oaly e-gi.i year* 
aid K n A bull! Pir* mom* ulu* an 
eaira tnum to («D *>t-e|Mal Se.itra.a 
gategv Private landing and waterfrwni 
Oar.uiird dnwN 

Opan tu gflera Ain* $OV0U 

METCHOSIN WATERFRONT 

log hnuae Urge Uving-room wima fir*. 
Blare biiehar aagrengi. baihruoM tiiy 
hgl). ai-d warn ri-i>ti hn-.ve garage $■* 
arr*« "I para land ibC lr«l •( aaterlriMii 
A.miahed >ili -antlder trade •acaa 

PHJiE -or Bear wller- $8500 



A beautllul g-ro«« gla** afurc-i bungahrw 
la a (irir-ve^oa inratlon lavr.y harvewad 
. bf**«*bL driva-lb garagg 

*U Alan a IbvelT Int Mual be a**b lo ue 
appreriated Pull pnea 
• iwrmv arrtngedi ^ 1 1 ,050 

Aak (or Mr Bggon Be* B 34W 



OFF SAANICH. ROAD 



OAK BAY 
SOUTH OF AVENUE 

Ctaaa to Bciwat 

Pia-rnow-ad bungalow belter ibaa 
'xiiii aikM year* taria LA . »faa>*4 
npen St* diniwg-rnom and ihrmgt 
kt'rhri.. **• laio aa. alii. wir*d lur v 
tana* tUtd alnk three dn* bed 
hntr piei* bMhr<n-m At:i .rmrni 
men* fimpu* toum. laundry. l« 
dr1«4 la gara*e lliwlenm blind* eie 
aardea Taaev 4*7 Taw to uwt h 
»p e ad a **nt aa doeoralMVM d | A 
Very rorly B a «**** l *a Prte* 9 I U> 



A tluava aemi-buagatow ^h- yeara aid 
■t» rareileai eauditiaa thri^boui tl(wai*d 
no larg* watt-drain*.) iot Coiawriaea 
ih;auh haU Uving'iaoto with Braaiac*. 
twu wodraame. larga r«mlr>rtabta kiicboa 
and Iwur-pie** bath i-o auin (inar H'-ldra 
ata.riaaa lo twa badrwama aa upa«r (low*. 
Pi.* will, alnk Pull rciatni baSenteni. boi- 
oir brai.rig dnvr-ln garagr Oat Haora 
ihroaghpui on main (loor Upvtai'i at 
preaeni rented aa twu-faewa « poaaa 

r*l*e Ah* $8400 

lltllng mt 

Aek (wr Mr Ctarkr B 443B 



MARA. BATE & CO . LTD 



CENTRAL REALTY 



Madrrn duple* two yrara gtd. la perfect 
foaditlan At* renaia each, inrbtdina 
utiiiiy roamtowtih drealaae Hardwaoil 
’iwera, *11 hTating automaiie hoi-aater 
*«11et Wire* lar alacuie range Tube 
toilet and taragv to baatmeal Bptendid 
laeaiian wa Creacaal Aoad a teto minut**i 

mTiK.***'*^ $19,800 PEACE HAVEN 

$7950 

RAL PH H WII RDKI **' «k’*vn *l lawnt and nawer 

rv/^urn n. VVILOU«'i r«d. Av#-r*«toi a«ma Uytot-ronm wKh 

3B4 PEMBBATOH BWLOINrl (ireplac* ton. tedrwomk. den klt'h*n and 

naok AwmpvM room wiia view wti.duot 
PttoB* BH13 Eve. Mr BraU. OMM and envy arr*** t« ttrAva lo baaemem a 

,h*cae (*r reurvd paowi* wh* Hke la en- 
.laVtaia ^en by gppointmeM aaly. A*a 
' ■ i nl (or Mr Surtpuihl Re* oilll. 



UPLANDS 



UPLANDS 



(•ARE KILL— Are -roam atucco bungalow 
batement aivd alee lai dOAAC 

Prira $0745 

Arningi O 3g4# 



LANGFORD 

quarur Mra af load aad tola af fruit gw 
wHb Mila vary a»e« 4-rnam Maaoia* ciao* 
III evvrythiag Ambrnbe awlbrnnm. lave.y 
firvpiara to llvlB^-roam. d*7CA 

Separai* gurag* $4/0U 



UPLANDS 



A ^trmtog hema 1 * I'giarwia tvMi- 
laiTi r-| an rvwma on *«-a*re ha« 
Wifv iiviftg-rui-m aad fUning-rawiw 
J bediuwmt and trt| medtrn batli- 
rowaa and very bM|>>i kl'rhen and 
«Aubi* garaae llunraaewnt ligihing 
and own) ivoturea Thu la aiuae- 

;r: rur. $ 49,000 

Aeaev aak (or MH Waude 



THE CANADA! HCfME AND 
PROPERTY DISPLAY SALES 

O nil 04 PORT 



PORTAGE INLET 



MORE NEW umRiM jurr »i 

Kara t rati valwa to a goad tiuron lour- 
rwam buegalu* wlUt utility caom Haa 
Itarwogb hbil i»o gn*d bedroom* laria 
hiMbea with B*w mogata aina aod cat- 
lap and bttwr auil. a new lour pwea 
ftombroka bdto A vary pleataat tivina- 
rwava aad • larg* ulllHy rwwm 
■aka tfeu as aau* boy al «J / Ov 

tb th* Osklaada area *t hava Uiti other 
laur>**am buagatow with oaeement Cwra- 
Rving-ratoi. two oodrmwnv romny 
ktUbon. Uirva-ptece bolh rOeva a aa ea- 
aalWfil gardeu aad aeporat* tarag* Ctoe* 
to^aryibui. 

OUT SOOKE WAY 

•IMg CASH on* Uie balanr* to Btorllng 

’ 1 UlO* barn* o( 

14 Mt»* TTwre a 
hr** mar* raaov 
giM aad la good 
'apgg tawhidml 
!a rear 



' D. D. McTAVISH 

dgT PORT STABCT PHONE 



A Wvair Bv*-ra*m r»dir aiding ham* wub 
a v*ry itrg* bright iiv.rto-rwom and wen 
(lr*nlarr. gia**!*. eaMaei rMcirla kiiehen 
>wa b*..r(.wtia aad (•*r-pi*r« p*«it-vwkt 
iwUtraom Putt tvmeni baaewoam, hat-air 
lumar* with aiAkv’ Ar’amevy |a'at*, 
airublr lov and gno* garg«n • « /-« f/nA 

Pun prtr* $ I 0/500 

Uxtng mt 

Aaa far Ml** Cwwrtaall. OMIT 



H. A ROBERTS LIMITED 

Ifll OOUOLAA NTRXrr <0*» "TTh Bay . 

Pbdaa B 3141 ^ 

• Member af the Beal* Eeiat* S»*r4i 



BOORB VILt.AOB Waleyrrpnl AflPtfrU 

• a.r»*. > acra* of gtwd arahio land 

• -room fwuve newlv d«eara'ed wph 

baauulwl view f.| horwar l.arge 

barn. ihM*en >w»ive f iom to ttort* and 
bu* |;3gMd Will handM uiUi wncAA 

bgianev at «*. Pnrv >00'JU 

Ptoaa* Alb far Heed Paimer, Bvv« . b N*7 



SPECIAL 



By Fred Ncher 



WATERFRONT 
• $7500 

CamlaetaM* fwuT-roora roviag* wiib two 
b««rwama on mam Jtoor and an eatra rwova 
"paiaira Oard«n la town* kitvhew gar- 
-lan aad (ru<i U»*i PHvaie haarh wuh 
boat laitoing A real buy Abwu> 4 m Wv 
(mm cMy. Aak (or Mr Burrwugh. B«* 
O tIU. 



Lovely vtaw ol ih* uotor froia ibu da- 
Ughtnil and tpotltavly rieae lul'y rrwd- 
»tn Mingain* auUi 3 yvarv fiva •( itu 
rule*! ror - - 

tlr^ao* 

(or r*(lr< 

Pria* 



couple 



WE I'OVBH AstnsH COLUMBIA 



US MODEBNS. 



ATTEVTION HR FAMILY MAN' Arc r<ru 
M <he market « proper family hewi* 
low out with 7 ttrg* rwbWki he«ia»* o 
(-il- ga<i hrt'.y cemtnt baeomeni wha lor> 
aaea aad gk'ag*> iMt havt a inwk o4 
11.4a awe wa art nriariiw lar au * foe a 
limiia* itnar M I>rAN HEIi.ffTd vad ORly 
a rear mii' A*k l*r Mr BawieT. eva- 
niiw. E 7334 itftog tba rawOg aioag 



LOOK AND READ 



FAIRFIELD 



KP-ATO DOWN DUPLEX -C'woo lb. near 
High Bchvol. gaiUr turnlahed. j.ewMa oeij. 
'taumed auit* up. vet rer.i 44$ -per maoih 
^re* room* and ba’h down l*r wwrtr 
laeeiy lot wun til tiadi a( (roll treva 
rider type df borne, but Uie pri<« uUl 
- criolnlr rnver kinr dw,f*pan<tea Prhvd 
•vr uuiek vale |2 <to4 *Ul # /ATIA 

’‘tntfl* POLL PRirt $4UUU 

rTADkCYM.* PARS DUmurr A 7-rwtm 
k 04 M aulUM* (ae large lavaUy ar aamla*- 
log All n'/jvt 1 1 to li. VM,.,* rvMvdiOnt. 
Rimn. enmtoh here (or 3 (avpi’l** ta twv 
h WKUiy «r gwp U mtingh< aad d*n*a 
revvr-ae giwM gurag*. - — 

«>ee« Rnene lermt 

PULL PIUCS 



DAVIES— G 2015 



Nbvih of (he Avvnoe Beven-raotn a’ueea 
oaml-hungalnw with twa Wva at) In lao.-v 
vbroto and fro.) I'tev (Jving-tAntn w, 
3* a 14 wita .ma n«ara butdaro biKher- 
*l>h bar threa bwdriwMM P’iee r*aw-*d 
■ • 4J4M (ar guiet aaia Call Mr Ctort. 
RM. I 4g»7 



I UPLANDS AREA 
NVKGNIFICFNT SEA VIEW 

• Thro* beowiiful tbii -g'ted bed'a-'OM '*r|i 

wfib • e huha* etoawra Ywn hatnrnmuf 
oweei ateed *itH..g-r«om Larg* liv.tig- 
funm with 'frrpiar* Reumifot raM.-e< 
kM'hex NW ACT^MATir QIL Aate 
giattg (tovaeviie hn< waut Reawrviv gw-aav 
TNIR Id A lOVBLY MOMS bat' * to 
ineef mviciai and upri * i x C3CA 
manvhip %bieb aaaaaaeann tolO/YOU 

I fYnl Mr Oavea Rr.ObJIT Evenlega 



luwinv an 

Madliiag , 

Tl>e:* t ahF a Mg tan-rwom * 
Proii Ira** It * Matt aad t 
■ndrru boma far 



$5000 



(ny.<i04U>E RKVEMur Thr** ewam* iwr 
owner PitM awaa.i **>r* ronm Thro* <ww 
room anile, mm. yim aifg per ■anik. 
gepo.ato a*v ooevett T1.U hawM la *4 
'lean and awrei aa you rnw.g *i«b far 
Iitra ga/d*t- lat. A Bandy mm <a« u*ar« 

^toJ^a. $8950 

Mr Raatgll RlgPU ■ <*3d 



WO roafMiRRirm O'* tn«NV RALBB 
WB ARE ROT HEAL BBTATS 
AtttNTTk 

MARY MOM 0« ptBPLAT-tlBOP |R 



Evening* Mr Oruir.iaefi 



$4600 



Rvealng* Mr Hekdaata O b4M 



TWa and a hai' mka* AND WE fMVTTfl 
TOUR IwaPTHYlONT Bfven vror-aM 4- 
room Whita aid.'rto bungatow in Or* egg- 
dHMa thra u ffwwc Pun baaMPem Briwa-to 
rarag* Wie* ram** ba Vgu will b**» to 
huerr fwr 4hto *a* uy$R AT BCACA 

THE PRJCB. «NLT $545U 



BEAUTIFUL 
VIEW ROYAL 



VALLANa L SAWYER LTD, 

BI1 tid BRODQWT O H Ol 



THE ROYAL TRUST CO 



R. H r>AVIES REALTY 

411 TATBB BT PHONB 0 3^: 



New (nil) magerw vvweew Uw'toainw. tar 
nronded bv AU. NEW HOM1H Twx 
toveif brtfhi bMlraama eatra-iaeg* Hving. 
raam. dir>ir>e.rr»ia am* otogrt euVn*' a"- 
rhen Marvalaaa romgn* rwa* aith toetig 
flrogMe* tommt boawmeut dnwo- 

to garofe battle gto* foruae* Waito*,- 
(*> rtow af BiraMa ong tRgwibi* Maug i oiaa 
Tbrma. 

$12,500 

'THE BRIDE'S HOME 

Imeuly aww faur-raam ataaaa buagtlww 
atoa gUBiy raam aM torgg atU'lkM gg' 
toga HerBwaag ftooet. ***R tab*, rw 



L. M ROSEVEAR & CO 
LTD 



EAST6AAN1CH ROAD 

Bumar toHwvad larottoa ** higb W..4- I 

t f gdro* ■bBon*t)l VI*W *( li* laob* Hitto ' 
uawataa of ftr* roama, Ito'M'Cwa* dw- 
kng.bnet. fe’lrfwn. Uied aiat. lb> bad 

roama bed hgilirwaa B*»ar*w gar*g* and 
bant glatfarto I 

EaoB claoraB. aauAatod aad ptgod-lw*' 
wotla. glaetria *am* 

{nil Muua ORB bkiba. Pin BtoaMd. a»d 



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OCAN HEIGHTS 



flva-remm bwngalew *l*h *•«*** 



A madera ti«-rwom bwngalnw OtL-O- 
MATIC B*t-air Beating AU awarup* mama 
Tb* b*dr*ea u oau a tom MvMg-rawm. 

I weal -aim Blaing-roam Etoeirte bRcb«* 

■gvdc* Pambrtk* baiaroam Bgarigg* 
RUbtfTM BOOM Puit Mgb to— ani wllb 
into aad BUnawg au a 4 m Im 

WIIB wwaa aad Oewacu. TbM ha«a baa al 
tba rufMoHaa for ctmhro l*lRg Poe tb 
hwy mf ywwr iifo aaa IL Can to Baugbi 

" $13,500 



TAXaR MA 

PRICE: $12,500 



$4950 



$8500 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



$7950 



L. M. Roseveor & Co. Ltd 

114 aOTAl. TBOBT BLM, itf TXVW BY 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 



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3 POBT BT- B BUS im BL4i— AiW,l IT WEQ— f 4|g| 



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10 , iwo/ iBallg dalonifit 



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BOrSFS FOB SALS 



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nOt'BEB FOB BALE 



HOC'AEH FOB BALE 



HOL HCK FOR BALE 



AN ATTRACTIVE BUY 



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WITHIN STONE'S THROW 

Cf- fMl 'StAf-ROt-iT 

NEW BUNGALOW 



P R. BROWN & SONS 



BROWN BROS. LIMITED 



HAGAR 



REVENUE PROPERTY 



ir* an ol4*r •){<• kunc*k>« t« 

crnailto* ru.’ rauat 
Uirlud** • .ar at-rM« AAd 

• Mrs rossi Ktr* sr«MSO» in •hnt'w SR4 
Mrar. »vhpo' s»>« ^4. 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
^ LIMITED 



WE CAN LEAD YOU TO THE 
BEST ON THE MARKET! 



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WATERFRONT 



WATERFRONT 



P)«r hficlii. issfiasa riMMk*. ••r«s«*4 
ftvni, n •mw'i Full ••«•- 

msm sr>4 («ans4» Tbti yt • ftrf s«trsrti»» 

IZT" - S9850 

■ SELECT GORGE 

SOMETHING DIFFERENT 

N»* ft-roM feiii-tiilo* sKb (ls»M4*iti pi*ok 
RbSipu* roMn wUi nrvplsfs. Full tat** 
mini suh (U««»r «ns uit>i hoi tir (kc- 
nsr* «t'h but W4i*r «sU si,d •lvctr:ft hc^ 
saur bts(*r tpaclsiu e 1 /> AAA 
brifht rooms ) I U.UUU 



OUTSTANDING 



M«4sra ai'd rosMrt, <b>i 
vtii'bsiii 4bst» buofslos w 

««U tijuatod lor tboM «hO 
• tab s osufirent proiMiif 
rkuM l« Vutofis AOSrMuS 
fl*iM-rtKim aub fl(•t>•sr« 
sotf b la*«lr •!•• Ditisti*. 
■laattrn kii>b«ii Kir* fi,- 
irsaao ball. S bodreoai* ans 
MUirooM 0«sS eawint 
baa*a»»ni •Mb. an •«ira 
llnlabra n>«ai. M*Mra>« 

r arsaa aiul yuur aan oriiaio 
last let your boal Im- 
ttfiSiai* potsssstM) 



$5500 



•bacjMs a«c>taaai baasaloa boitiiat ba* 
barn aparad ib tbis o»Ufhila> bsaa*. «blcb 
U abwut B** )«ars «I4 n-tl iiains -rooo*. 
Brtpiarv laa tou4-»lM a#4rtKKh* cUnibs* 
roooi sod • orraxa kiubra vtr*d for •Ma- 
ine Slava. Baalpp*d «iUi Tsbriun biisB* 
ibiwu|hout. ibrlustbt BaMin*ul vibbu«* 
Bitra rociin in bas*msnt sbirh ha* b«al- 



COUNTRY HOME 

n«allf tKoa riVK HOOM b»r.|al<.a i.s**- 
MiMii. irnbiidi, (ruli ur*s. rtiKaan 

IvQuar loa •#!•« all rsnsf rir«t.la>'« 

PRICBO AWsr Drtww AK OWWFR r.O- 

IMO EA»T TVRUn «'AN BC Aft> 

^."^‘a'^'at ' $6500 



CITY— HIGH LOCATION 



FAIRFIELD 



T) U bssutilol lao-a'srr L« iMlua 

alfarrd IM aM* Ivf IM llr*4'l»M. »<tu> 
•i«<a nisb on a bui •itn ioi»rr«s<i« «!•• 
sod r'>uM*u al s ia**i/ ioobs au4 w-* 
a«<c, uliiJtr lauab 3 baibroaM. nil 
ba«*4arr-i •iih !••»• larnao*. lao tirvpiaraa 
and ods Hoar* tbiwusbaai A tMioa rua'u 
b* oraad m boa « i -n CArb 

run prks > I OtJjyJ 

Cooisci L Kirk. EvaiUus* BIIB1 



Mi>d»ro 



ihrr».r«dro»«a Ountaiaa 

llwtudlns •ia«''M T4A«<, 

vai’lari ra.iti< O^bcr trabs* 

atU lAn^apadi AaMMiad 

$8400 

OAK BAY 
south of THE AVENUE 

i-re^w bunsaliiw full n>r 

• tardvb IcMar «-o:) It la aiasmflrfnt. 



Cma-iars* >al •Uh a«li . d*v« 
Itoubd* •i«ua<*d 4B BssbUb. ihra< 
rlrt.s sad vaeabt pnaM»aiaa. Tbt» 
hobit roulK bai ua rtplsasd 
tor lbs prica of . 9 f >. 

iTanxi* Arrabftd U Mscswarr^ 

Kvrtilbs* M' 



$8950 



• $1500 DOWN 

AR OU>Elt POUR-noOM bun«ala«> luit 
MMMMnt, turoai*. tdnvStlMBl Iwblfaft. 
t'WO Mdroama. anm* e«mg irp bjr haiuSr 
man •ouid atab* ibM a v*rr osr* tioois 
TKRMB CAN HC ARRANUBlf AND UK' 
r»HA WILl -DK r- I jcn 



WHY BUILD’ 
WHEN YOU CAN BUY 
CHEAPER 



OAK *BAY NORTH 



> E50UIMALT 
$1500 CASH 

Rur* • A«« t'lobbi biinfsio* •iib hard' 



De»a*r. BddSfi 



STOP WASTING YOUR TIME 



Vsraat This hm«« Ta4pr> 
•irl* boras at 1 r«on» u 
•UbsUd ad a auMi tirm 
rloaa tbs Lit 



FAIRFIELD 



KE HlUr SPECIAL 



u>on. deb and aiirhft: »i 
tfir bsato floor. 3 bedroom* 
and baibroom u p a i a i r • 
Aitneugb tb«rr Is aarn* 
dworsunf !■< M dn»r iha 
»»n«r ha* iak*b UiD loio 
iUbMdsiauoA lb tbo 
prirr Kirfust** 



■ •• rauraa and Uirrc up Irapt*' 



, - k «lt**i of MauU 

C>c hall tbiubls piuisbii.t r*ral<tok* b»*n featured to n<ab/ 
lialuoa. Nt« hol-osirr turuae* Silb coai tnagaS bi* C ~ ' * 

•|ok*i Pull armttil l>AS*m»m si>d top- ail •patisu*. a<> hardwood floors 
aiaia larac* A.. aapvt.uvair-OuUi liooi* MaUc hvl-asUr hra'lni ‘ " ' 

/Muc*d tfl prtrs far C tO A. A A *Pbra to* tao <sr* Tl>— — - 

a tocaUnn that rannoi ba criUOiad 
iNi with la&darauinc U sorih k>vud. 
home rauid bot .1 

WIU acr*pl a ceaaonabl* * t f 
oBcr n«sr 41 I / 

Pl»Oi Ask for Ur Ddts 

■ BEACH DRIVE 
SEA VIEW 
SIX BEDROOMS 

Thu horn* Is lb aie^Uoi riindiuub 
an idral lacaiior rioa* ta baacn. 

Md traaiportatlon Ws rs.i thi^ 
IMI'.rr hnma r>th*r for •oraconi^ 
la^r labiiiy. or for aarob* wno da 
•uppUnirnt thtir incom* .^iih 
■uavU Litlbs-rooAi diains*.<<on 



l.om*a aMtn hs«* Pud prM< 

. cf our irariiac | 

Bit brsuiitudv p'SMMd *w»in«.4 — 

• • ; ' — I, on O. 

toil ibauiaiion I 
U A h'lm* And’^'^^d* h 
■n** Ka* ruru 

„ liM 'good lot 

raplacsd ubdtr III Odd cUan an< 



r**r Tool houMi Goad b*u 
hw<i-* sroplo aund iupu' * Hvall* 



SEMI-SECLUSION 



Brand nra tianro bAbas'-'o 
It 130# *4*11 flrxtr apart 
3RIM taab •ni l>ai>i]‘r 
rvll prtr* 



nro of tbir*o 



FAIRFrELD 



ONK OP X!tB PINKBI AKHLOKK OlUVS 
bom*!, av* )»sr< vid RKHUr.i d*tiSM Sixl 
ailing* fnijt ,.!»•• KvAibroae osui. lull 
OaMmaii*. hot air h*ai lov*l)r rroundJi 
houM cuoairiMtlvu •««*i>ro( A irolK s»ad 
hon.* Ill s dcigiiilul MiUng. e t T AAA 
OONT UIbb HRIUNU IT 

cnsiu* Kirbs, cvg*. ('ohi. mS 



au’«« «p«u r>«n*r onU i 

b»\4M»a M T*rms 

b* abianrrd » C* 

P ra,- Sj, 



$8950 



$8500 



I JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
I DISTRICT 

Vpirndid tlgM roam r»>l.lrciro> V»o land- 
rratMsi tot* Uil-U Uati trtt'd lor vi-. • 
Iriasl purpoM* Inirtu* »P1 ‘'ivaiAtp. 
' Thn>a roam* for oan*r piu* ,ib(*hrd mom 
jia baa*n»ai Kkiaarbl raiu* IS 30# c sab 

iKi’iSnT $10,000 



Cofltsrc a. W Andtrtob. Btninsi o MM 



WORKMAN'S HOME 



TEN MILE POINT 
CADBORO BAY 

Idrai iocattiiti. ihu tamii> 
IhObM of I tiwbu and 3 
'Mihroora* u In A lotrlK »*t- 
I'ug Of I SIT**, O^irb ts 
haauUfdhr lMd«cap*d atth 



OIL-O-MATIC AIR 
CONDITIONED 



JAMES BAY 
$1500 CASH 



In tbi* homr ih«tr a'* ai* iibata*- 
•it* icwtu* Nra' esan and a'- 
:U* iM* Taa lr«*l Mira-good •sO 
ToU iTm# cu aThnol. atar*« and 
franteortailot: W« <Vt pcK b**i- 

ta'a to racomtrand Utlt propan* 
f»r t •ra'ion rondlilon or prtc*. 
It raa* bo beudh*. 
an rs>r catmt Prir* 



$1800 DOWN 



Nrar. *■{••• I'robbi tiucco buosalo* Lor*lr 
bmmt Hrhit-robfn. llilX. D«nii,|'tbaia. 
13*11 Xwu grbaro-jj-iir* Wdruoms A 
stand mudarn rabinal ^itchan. airad (or 
ran**. Thruuah bait. i Pambrot* bath' 
roera. Haidaood floor* i Hisn. iicni baas- 
ra«tn. dnt^'ib baiBsa ^4 d rtailr lap- 
Oiaiiir hcauas piani C.’tr to*. MilSO. Ui 
iBgn It.tatiou, iisht oo iran»partat.on 
Nbwhar* alas aUJ yau floi all BARCA 
for anir )7 70U 

CbAiart K eBUeCouosii. tvfnins* B5307 



Bur* nld*r-itri>« bora*, rk** (o attrmnl 
s bright, clran roomi. OUgis ^iMiMiad 

..Ptraa* Aat lor Mr llsoiaar 



KINK oeUAH Q»*-ru>ra lur<«*ka. 

risaii and <um!<iAbaM, lult ba«sjiciu. lur- 
aac*, ftta^ilai* ' n*« Llumbirg truiatd 
roof fcKAtroKABp:. TXNMb You Juat 
r«i p.M $4750 



It# rorfeariaa. bool* and lt**h* 



COOK STREET 



around tbs boua*. and irMt 
t'*nmd Thcr* ii aito^a 
prddick thd •’•#;*, ft>r tax 
hor»M. (wo garagti. and a 
tard*'-*rs cottai* Th* 
pr>vp*rtr t« rn*l«#r*d ai.d 
t*r|ud*tl and. If *ou ar* look- 
ing tor this i«p* of pr»p*ri«. 
It M anrih rewr ipaprrnon 
• hirb 1 * t>* appolMmvnt 
nrl) Pvriusiv* 



$1800 DOWN 



EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD 



On *• art* of gnod anil in rniduiie 
3-raora bungaia* ta a bargain IT 

Haa croicM' bar 

rhi*k*o noua* *(i 
n*ai and cUan 
uukk *a:* 1 « Mlp 



MT. TOLMIE 



SituatM >0 a part-'-ik* ar*a in 
**rv autai ntlshbnrhnod. «<th a 
irai Vipw nf <h* aurrnondin.a r»0D- 
tr* Bos'iai aitaai an haa h**n 
*i*»n In parry datail, making ihli 
a rvallf nindtrr. a.’rav<lta hum* 
a'Mi oak floors diallnrilt* iioem 
lin’tH throothout Ro-'cn* at* 
>ar** pil) esaanani and furnsr* 
Pnr a bom* %tarb at •* hat* na- 
■riib*d tb* prir* hat nom 

$11*000 



N*« aiita iiiro fIVR R(KiM t.u>>o i 
galo*. aUrl*t'> a*'d*> sod il' > • 
AisUt. dll M*a' good la', atta.iv'd gar 
i-iaa* In 'lai,-, wristtna and •• noM 

525 

Mr Wmiarnt. O IkU 



$4950 



COLWOOD 



errata i-ronm birnsa'nw. it rear* old 
Lots* livin*rB'im, (iteplac*. lovtiv oak 
(Inurt fhtntwli hkH Oat lar**. par mad- 
.um btdineai Mwdsrn kiirban, dlntiir. 
thr**-p.**r pathreom and on* kadrooia un 
Pull baa*iR«ni. bot'klr turnar* Loatb 
Itout'dk of lao iota 13 fruit Iran of all 
**ri*ti*s and akaortrarai Nica laan. 
|io«*rs and ahrubt Ob bus lins B'T'JCA 
Prurd at ittrA*! 9 / uOU 

* Por ihr Abov*. Contaet P O WUliarak 



Brand •>•• •»•»*• atima buicgaloa an Im 
IIT k IBO r>rad »nU BulU lur awnrr'i 
ua* OMh r>*«i t.l rpataiiaU and a<,r*i’Vab' 
ibip Brciudad r*t clot* lo acb'iol, •Ki'-c*. 
b-4. SU NOW J55QQ 



aaaiinttni r*n>a sttut'rti vn *t>pi'‘4- 
Iniatrir half artt 'oi na-urki part <u* 

v:rpri. $765a 

Ctrami* Ph.^nr r* 111** 



$8500 



JAMES BAY— REVENUE 



Vary sKrarllt* »hu nrai 
• rll-planatO srurm bunia- 
lov la In a sood dtairir’ 
emS* ir arlinni tiarat and 
<ran«p"r’A(l<Hi living-t«*m 
SKh Brvp.ar* larg* kl''l>*ir 
a lib dlMt-r *n*r* ><>* «ii>* 

3 nlr* htdroom* and bath- 
room IfaidVMMt r««r* Im- 
madtat* im*sr\au*a. aad 
i«rm* O'.at b* had at 



A OANUY' kiit ram<'<. and Inur- 
room awl* lur oanrr Puu l>atnn*nt. 
handri auMi a«<ui>ar.i>. rpitMS | 2 >n 
down BPBi.lAl. tiUUuUNT m*70AA 
PUA CABIt. Pt'U.P/tUC S/JUU 



FAIRFIELD' 



cOlwood 



Hylond, Thomas & Collin 

bid YAlkN .NTiiFf r 
Ptvora* R nn ai.d N HIJ 
Mrmhrra V" -I'a Rbal Pv«ia 



jdbo bfl rattga *ka IB* parrh Ihia 



Hat* tfi\i bar n Irvirt to bup nt 
'oraM a h-'irir sitfi a iraa'! ra*h 
pa raani M*f* i* or* a* ran rar- 
ommand a*>i a-'f'h *•• >r coriMdrr- 
attnn pivr «arr hbrrai-tirrd loona. 
r:o*> tn -rhutil aior** and irsi'*- 
tmriai'Of' l.ia-ftt-raom ha* ap- 
{■Pkllna |*kturr> Pull ha«ampot. 

{ ur< ■'* Trrtnt raar b* arraniad 
f d*«iiH 



ascapitonallv ■•IlxuniUtH ud whiir ahaka 
rabdari* bungaiaa lb thpraati pari bf Karo- 
ao«d. ronclaitng Of lh*a*> bddtoooii. living, 
mom with hardwood Ronn and op'n H'*- 

S ar* rirrulktibd nil h*Yt in halt A'- 
rhad tarasF fharoid roof ihu hi mf U 
iprirad to *ai) and a prlai'pgt to »hn« anu 
at a down pa>in*n'. a* loa at f3 1M an<< 
a total prir* 



Mndam S-ror-m bunsalow on ’» arrr of 
t ireir unprovrd land Baaairm •Hh fur. 
rara and driva-in garafr Otva* to cioraa. 
bus. atr Rulli to VLA dip*<-ifl<aise’>* 
B-*k MHtora pnra 



INVESTMENT 



$6400 



JUBILEE DISTRICT 



CIBOaa KBVKNUK if i',» Ua 0|.rrauab 
tMi. pts' Ucally run* tu*if tin* mouarn 
•par'raant lani.ui br dupU> a'*4 (oeav. 
barns U-< on invctimant Batuiiad irt» 
anta. AuiiMgptir noara'iiHt f ir>ar in. naa 
and madam. Thara it nuiAlug tn iMai It a* 
an inaatiniant itr •• a apai uU< lun. Claar 
Uila Nto ram tantiala. fllK HIBT 

$28,000 

Mr Oanaia B 1449 



CITY — CLOSE IN 



Bliua'ad >usl (aa blocks tram tha hutiU'al 
and right on Irankporiatian. aa otiar a 
r.ar fous-toora atuia aidint buntalow with 
tub ba»aiiMbt and furnacs Vary tiahn lud 
remfnrishla. td*al for a Cbupi* MortpaatafT' 
prirad boraa Good tarma 
Asklna prVoB 
Cantaet M BraiihwaHa. CvoMnga O #*ni 



LANGFORD 



CA.OCA «*‘l.-huin oMpr.Mp* '4m> • 

^Oo3U hobia of 3 mama a<-4 baaa> 

n ,, mn. rivAd f.»P»*ni»i ' 

^ ' ‘>*0 aiid aouW rontart aari'i 

inm in<nm* prot'riir 
DOWN 

* PULL rnir-K, iisso 



$6650 



MOST ATTRACTIVE 
■ CITY 



brar.d naa l-raam but’i(a.»a 
rieae to roamitntfy rantrt 

Plaair A4k for Ur.' Cnltb Brai'b 



$3500 



JOHNSTON & CO., LTD 



$4500 



FERNWOOD DISTRICT 



$2000 



Wliiia (Aiaaial oungalAa on a btin ima- 
tutb. fuat about aw vaar* lid and th ui.m 
•* la** rundlllob Kntranca ua.i. larg* llv. 
ibg-raora abd dinias-rvam ■Ui aiMi hard* 
acuMj floor* Two ^droAoit. houi tan,- 
Ill's afiai-daaignprt- ma-roraw homr-b## •»*. with largr eupmutiU. Rimtrir 
■auiiiul arttii.g nn ascludad bay Tbu aitchsn with tlla sink 'our btsr . Ktn. 
ilikr ai'itbing mu hara ia»n baton* oiggs bathraora allh prd‘*-al ba*ln Puli 
Ik raaionaWy prirad lor a gutek *aM .rairnt baa*man: atIA I'ra lOJJar and 
'Hon* intoiraatMsn laundry tuba Driva-in *ar«-- iifl o- 

Maur hat aJr h*o« A.l ihii .. . airu <*o 

^ Ymaoi I aiik lota nn. asiptlrai ,ar. and .vsflt 

, aiiruba and floaar* Hall ra i A ZAA 

ash will handi* Pun prwa 5 I &>OUv 
Iraa* Atk lot M* W.rfidlph tvrs , U 073li 



$2000 CASH 



Lnnb ihia nrrr parrtj’ a It rsan. 



lOMPlATT JSPniASte r-tBVItP 



MEHAREY g,' <±) , LTD 

#33 View BT t'lkl 



n*o>'U* aval* Intapoit hnlh at In 

rondit nn and prira tc i« an ac* 
.♦•'•■r,l r.nfnr for wjrkin* man wit'. 
aepr.-.T - i'»i> 13 (ran carh •*> wh» 
par rr*-.' for rj.?*rlv r«> p'a »thrr* 

• *' "k »t*o»’ Kn'» mnmi and 
H«l ’fv i.-.iiiR raniii*' k tm*n gimd 

• rsrarr **>4 pin** tn 



ARDMORE WATERFRONT 



Sklanra 111 pat naaih '.uy* <ii-. . 
l<«ur'rvon imin*m aturra bu.na.uw 
oh rsDf* and ipata h*a<rr irM.tKU-d 
d*v*l<.p*n ' gordan wim *pnt«*i>>a' 
(•at finniac* Srparot* Karat* anc a 



AuUl 

Lair* 



REVENUE OPPORTUNITIES 

JAklBB BAV 

'Ml b" JM = 
p»* bath'i-ru. 



UIX-ftOOM. dtOFt itpa hum*, -uraplataly 
(••bdallad. nsw baiArbMp. ibra* lart* 
Uddro'.As dnuoM tai no baw.iiant bui 
a •ondsrl>ii>r good hotbr for uia o-obay 
TKNMb ANU SAAY PAVMbKTA CAA BE 



at* Arm*. 



«hflp A gbn j ill«tPirt ai.r b'ovk frnra mia 
iln* TV.Ii hunaalflW is tnndptt In pmt . 
»p»p« • 1 an d naw a«aha.-Ja fv n-w"--'.*i* 
T# 

**^ gtaniBs ^U t O'Tnni* O iKtt 

.[»CPPr>l*T TIJB^BALVATIOK anuv lirr 
AP^ AL STAR flSii MA Y • 



Laaiilhti n U*3 



$53O0* 



**Mraa* i.c«a §!ipr' 

fit'fwTtf has thp*p 1 . 
. 't (or ari apar.nwoi 
Ual'sj tl.iiarl arid I 



$4950 



' 'pr .if maud 

* h>.,, * itiun 

1' *• *..i d 

pa'iv 
s ptai't tn.id 
urf ibr aw- 



something TO THINK 
^ OVER 

rpunfry bona wiib t « a. c** has 

$12,600 



If3« UOVKRNMBMl BT 



GFOPGE RANDALL •»' 

iNP r. »i'4 GViV4--9 



'ALfON 8. FLEMIC^Q 

IPM HMhi-IIAmi B1 PMOhS U3>13 

.■ w 

JAMES BAY REVENUE 

U»Uii.a .•*' a a<-al t.i.iri* 
^OVJUVi/ and B» li.rmiip of Ilk a a*sk 



BESJBtJY 
IN OAK BAY 
(SEA VIEW) 



$5500 



P R BROWN & SONS 
LTD 

K>tabli*iiPd iMd 

Mfftihrr fl**. k, t'a Doar.l .>t Vir -’- a 

1113 mtoAf) BTKRrr fiioht o mi 



HEISTERMAN — E 4161 



ll"l ba<*' hratril 3 
.*>’*1 *1 a, Kin Blhi ba 
f-uj«a sgi p a* t -ii* /mint 
•pparj'P r ai.d 1- 

*1 rh*r* >• a lu < hasSmant 
• araa* s'd 'h* a rt.'i.i* a’* 
>• '-.iWi.’t h»- A* *nm. 

1'*|..n*.( i.ii'rts *>r I... 

:• »aP 1 >ia nl ftnot* r*(ti. 



7 ROOMS — HOT -WATER 
heat — 6 LOTS 
MUST BE SOLD 



SELKIRK AVE. 

Naar (astg* Waipia ii:r*. 4-tno<B a.'.K* 
ihak* bungalp* ransu'* nf »par<..u 
litlng-rnMin. rih.ii<g'(OMW •hirh pould b* 
t.4*d aa a b*rlr'*.m U>t*iy kiiphan wb'’ 
rnotarii (aat.ii** Lsrg* kadroom a"d 
('amHrok* ba'hr'»>ni Pull (*m*r,* kasr- 
mrnt vllh HA lurnar* Cnmar lul a-, 
ippds'appd (rrrarad gmonds RtllT III. 
TIKKO CXMfPLX 



A grorary auxe and ai«rs 
Oood ln< oma 

A ladtaa' r*ady-lu-w*ar stora 
and fashion ahnp 

A dallghtlat boma (b » 

VpiBBda . 5 

A aupprh •aippfrnnt homa « 
Lbvalip«( In VIrtorta for 5 
Mr Rp*d. B 4473 



LUNCH R(X)M 



$8900 



'Itii* tipsii liKis spat u irt*s 

for a POUPl* Mo MPIni.g M 

k Pulli rd'iioprd 



KING REALTY 



$4000 



4 ROOMS AND NOOK 
$7850— GORGE- 



On* nf th*^' K-l ||. 
TOiiAV r .. ...I • 
3340 \t¥> *n .. •», 
At’TOMATir MYAT 
**t"M*lnf A*I btii 
Is*' I'.ti* 

PuJI prtrp. wn t*'n. 



HOME AND REVENUE 



Ohi*(-t.p* huras'*.* « ”■ aS’tl'tnt floor 
piaii X'lranp* lis'i n'.itppia-lartr li*l/iK' 
fi>A(n. ■•'(* rsmi't a".han •"» nooi. 
balhro-.m .n*.«*PT> two good b*droara* 
Ir.iT ANTI <iN»-HA! P |.*T* with frnii ir*p» 
• t^ amaU fruiu Onr* >n rinraa high*** 
Plpaw >s'l MR TII<«nt<Kir>R 0 4133 
Lilt, lit 3-UI 



data ta Bfs'nii fllll and t3all*a Roafl flva 
minota* l« town Nina-room buua* it. im 
•narulai* rondltlun Oa* nla'n in 
rnoma Owttpfa «ui(s poptiat* of brat- 
ronm. •liaiof'r.Mm* bilh liraplat* and 
vttihpn Pull rrm*'. hawtnvM hnt-a'r 
ftirnarp driva-iri |a'*f* fnroma |1M 
mnnih. whtrlt rnu>d hr tnrr****d On!v 
rsaann far aathng owi.*r l*aviB* for >h* 

mm* $8950 

Piaaip a'k for Ut Irwin 



FAIRFIELD 

iiriMf AM) IMYjMi; Oo»a in • rminu 
rraanu* of !•• p*r mOnih l-rruim s.ti'» 
tor obnar Bi«rin*ni with hot-air haa'* 
>ng rvoublp pltimbli.g eZGAA 

PBUlPvardari «»r*«» Pn.p • SlO^UU 

MODERN HOME T 

In rh* ruunirv IS-m-i* nrr'r 
LBAVINit ANH MIHtT BBt I 1 j...rl- 
tmtms Iu4i rompi*t*d rabinr* ki'*n*n 
Pambrofe* bathrnnrn arapla r'*>«*r» and 
...pbaatd sba** Pull 7ia4*m»ni ach d'lvr- 
(n garaKraw Pip* v'*v oI npan tnur’rr 
kXrgYT*?>«ALV*.,Y J555Q 



M*ana * 

■ ItUY ON KABY TRRM8 ' 

' Af'Bppura lluni** With Modest Caab 

I PairaaoU 

ran Dn ft for Ybuf 

f#IVATE ISLAND 

lb ipAlpf an pviat* Kaartthin* gmt 
n*B*ra hou»* mrapipi*). lurntshad Rrvan 
bnrtrMRis and four bainro'm* t*ar*<akar'4 
hnu** Pour boat* T»lPphona (>n lilanH 
Would mah* *pi*ndld rasert 

A** Ur K'n* A 334# Kra* 

EVERYBODY'S IGNORANT 

But an di^arant «ub|apu W* hnnar ru* 
r*ai aata'a val'i** and *im>c a •■•twan 
daa»n ^ *>* smari in mi ihi* n»« 

bur><aB9 Onl* II «4d «n«n ant >h* bat- 
an** a* ran' fbr fjill par'i. i>a.4 
I An* M* Mi'raa or Mr Tdfn*r 

OASTffta* 



CITY AND SAANICH 
HOMES 

Wa *bn al.wn t*u a aarlatv «f honra tram 
13 3M ub. four tooraa lo aavan roanaa 



mil* I'rrlr Ikn It.* h.|« 
ut'ii’v mom a.,<t k 
and '-Itl t.l" h**pni*r,< 

' i>* gardaii s.id g'.Hind* 
npiPT’ilid rips A- • .1 • .' • 



rr COST* Yoo nothinu to waKk a 

•CLimON PnOM tiUf^UBTflkUB 



SAANICH ROAD 
HIGH LOCATION 



A ROOMS— GORGE 
FULL BASEMENT 



$<1200 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

•M rORMORANT Bt . U 1033 



XP rn».fpr|..i..pcv bllh DYil'XItik. 
I'tll'l" 9(isi*.*« haa hultft 



^’7‘iliri h.,t.ja1-.a 4 t'Mm* ai.d ui. 

9/ tt>. also tar**- altarhad garafa 

This pharniiiig homr^rau*' h* trar. in k* 
*hbrartat>d No *t|>*n.* ha* *>**•. >par*d 
lbt|* hVlh* mntn rnr-.pr window* ai.d 
tisritwaon fibara ihmuphnui 



m y CAA ^*7'*'* arratiKPd i.n tbu *tnari 
JOOUU ^*B'-nid hungalow Larga 
front room oMp aianiip (irapiar* rai.tral 
ha" 3 braironm* ’lafgai rahlnal kll- 
. h*.» aAd nnob Par'r pop-aMlfio Hpbaa 
rail MR THf.RNXI.OP O dm 

tl..i-f 3-MT 



N H A — 6 ROOMS 
WELL BELOW COST 



Mambar Raal ftsiatb Bmtrd uf Vklbna 



CONTRACTOR'S HOME 
HIGH LIXATION 



m*. > a- . 
'ctval* ^ . 
a-.d mwi.i 



parianiad. i^ar-lantlaua haivlra 



U'luaiad in abao uia ar'liuk'n on ihaflnb 
nf tha town, in ih* Rru aland Aranu* 
iMri and nnlv ihia* yaar* old Thi* na- 
I'ahiliil buhtalirw with gaiaga atiarhad 
haa a v**t laraa llving-runm and rumou* 
i<Min bllh liraolara of agaal ria* A raallv 
toed homa (.r g. * * enn 



Bliua'ad on* btoKk frorn bus an.l 
Larga 'n* in yardan. truH - **« ritd bard* 
nbitrr ihR Hus* In apt* <n taidan Yl.r 
homa a trrv •ti*arii\a h*» ,n...i *Hi»b 
ha* i;a'db«"ul n.Mir. ptiia turn w*. '"adad 
glaas blndow* arul man* lima aii-a. 
rnuldn I h* rrpiarad at any BOOAA 
'■hlft* Ilka pr\r» a*kad bOVLtU 

I rxCLdBIVX AtlXHTA ' 

l*taa«a a.k (uf Mr A«H» 



ISLAND HIGHWAY 



SEE THIS 

GARDENER S DELIGHT 
HIGH SAANICH -$6500 



DUPLEX 



eCTCrt 3'**' ♦ mil** Irnth ')»• «l . 

3L» k*ah* |b> 4t|a*i and l aam an 
arr* nf pavailk* land sum* rma T*"* 
»tirartivs hungslnb nf 4 monit bnuld ba 
IflPal lor a r-'i'V'* blih an* < hltd 



MuDBRN rrurt'o walking niHTANri 

$ 1 O AAA TlHMb Rari) *M* rwb- 
I lain* 4 rbom* sn-t din*ii* 

lamani basamant lurnv* nml *«rata 
Twn nab gas rangm flbiail xu and low 
laaa* Oaia nr'knlh .inlls a*ai'sb>s aari* 
Jun*. Darun(r«ll*d and r*--»ll*nt man.,* 
aaawrrat Prl*a radua*# gl.d## fo- im- 
fn*dlai* *ai* 



.•s'ar* S.rnnm rsttii, 

A Pbsn 4T jOJUU 

*2 ACRE MT DOUGLAS 

B''uai*d d*ll*t-irui inra.lnn 4-rnnm 
h. -.•s'r'b % hailro..|«i» " I ing- tnam and 

e*n*,.ai kllrhan f .,11 ,-air*- • htwra**,* 

p.i*t tnt'f'p ahl'-kvn h“"*a .-nw harn 
ri.vW h'sak *nlf Kri^-iao' BCGCA 

rmrda- l*r--- SDojU 



rjiU Ih* * 0 *' i.'K rn-nthr'skl* liv'.ig Th's 
■4 * bait-hull' tulli.f h.infb|uw With 

fOairhlng tang* and aorfcthnb t.ARilR 
KpoWi ■MMSil MKltl fllll TKRPC 
, ttKimrU'M'* fstfinH kt'.han and niim» 
, rntim lAT •I'klik laid »■( In (run 
'-»a« thruh* *san and *ard*n T*t*b l*n 
i-'n*p •.» •rhn.ii* «ihf** and franavor'a 

• ton rva»* • a" if»» TtmitsVl nc, oasH 



FAIRFIELD 
NEAR THE SE 



HIGH GORGF 



b-riM«ra aiuir- h>i'-«4>d* aal' 
allna'ad araang n.*a hnthas 
• h* Ooiga d‘air«ri ihis it on* 



BELIEVE IT OR NOT 
OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF THE AVENUE. 



$6300 



Ba**n-ronai w*ni huiigaioa Pou^* bi-imb. 
mg mahngany ivtm tn living -piwMits. aum- 
marir hnt-wai*’ haa'ing all tn ilb-roo 
.ondi’bin ara j.isi tha mg>h fatiurai nf 
>hia tnar'nus bAina. bum jus’ bafnr* •(!* 
nai Pr'rpd with varan! d I A K.AA 

nn^Ml'Tn bt ^ I fc/OUU 



LLOYD S 



QUICK ACTION 



Hfsi r'lTsrr »wo i'<«i’n,4«.i * 

i*RIANBHARn ST virTr»>--b^^ 

(ikdil rffosrn K 3143 



WATERFRONT 
Seclusion — Sole Anchorage 

AITOMATIC OIL KPAT 
B3ll'KPnONALLV HNI liARDRH 

-0*> larvn* Modarn aturcb 
burtbal-.w rbniblning t rawiti* 
)a brMkraai nirak on graunud 
w Iiving-rocHO fdlll wi'ii vary 
Jirapiac*. foil.iu* dining-iboni 
both with Nb I nak than* Cui.tsaiaU 
•Ulrway M iwn aitia badronns Pull 
vwcMnt baasmans with f>ircib«* Aabataig 
■orag* A raatl* d*llghirul ftbpariy and 
Hiuaivd within IhrM-miw efrrl* 



$2000 DOWN CITY 



I* dtalrad by th*yRn*r fltai i* lha 
ton mia pmpa*i\4riat ha*n .a.luiad 
llwraUnn and at** lartn* You n.i^ 
• all laav adv*ni4(a of tbt* mTirir.^ 
Informaiian ftain ^ 

I Mr Rnhari* Pva» Sidna* J4K 



$ 1 700 DOWN 
CiW- Four Room Stucco 
Immediote Possession 

brand t>aw h-^'-ga.nw with fu'l hb*a 
I* and modavii 'hm.iphnu' l••rg* 
m* Rb* ahd «hi>noina nn* hinrk 
annninimam m v'pw p’aa** rill Mr 

r.a.W (I.33T $7000 



W* harr barn pri*t.a*ad 'A l|«l ott. 
tnA*( altrartM* fl«r rnom bun*«i 
Obk Bay lit In* -t-.n 

rriAm ib.. ivadr>.«ip* nlaa -'r.rpl 
blf*d far alartrw ranr* *n*. ’.*.| 
Ths bhbl* h.ingalnw t* tn imma . 'hi 
dillon You mu*' *** ihl* d) ah 
Ka talua Lob iaia> ^ , 

AH lor 

Plaasa Ask for Mr |rw'1 



ALTON & FLEMING 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 

Ks'ahlUhad 11*4 

1131 RLABBMAROBrWPrr PHOhf I 4lg| 
Pvantng* 13131 G g14T / 



Ar* t.'ii i....kin* f..' w ' hi..'-r lb ra 

t"a in' Wa liSm s. ]t.i, t« ■(. n.l 

• -tidpriul •I’-iS'.-i' an Vari'AUvar Itlaf.’ 
L'tin* r.pam ha*, a hao..rA”'li >l«s b.'h 
• inHa.-t '*■■#. 'tad diptfw n-.-m aiii. *n 
avia 1* flna rU*'Ahk 3 *nd 

■ antnaf kitahan Cs'-a haa'ad m>.*n tn 
ita*am*n< n»a'.i>f>'i aa>-dan* H - watai 
haa"n* bi'h au'..'' * Uf,' ttr - iw n* M 
iitr th* prir* it v< - *a.a*a yon 



$9450 



PRICE NOW $7950 
SUBURBAN 



H. A HUMBER LTD 



Iwrotad bl CblwbWd this -«n*-a-r* pmaaf ly — . * n a v* 

• till alirarm* tinm* ha* Jitvt baan paiad UAK BAY 
. It tha marl*' 7d*«l for a raitrad *«'ipl# 

ar Rayai Road* onra Ws ihiok Oils la a t<bn*iw>natk>o and .to*'- Aa n*ai 

goad my and ran arranga # y all^brllva ttu' - saml *wn>a. - * wm 

tom* Urras ai only SuOUU h«'l laadlng to nTtif itabi* 

^ , ing-rAnip bilk huf.tn fa*'-i*-» dm si.d 

baa Mr Mviraa 'fnodsrn kathmnm Ppa'air* ai* *b . gAM). 

*it*d bodriMiins Pull ram*ni aasamrn wiih 

LOTS- OF PEOPLE K^?;”b4-r" 

Ilk* la balk In wnrk If ««u naad •«« ‘#< #'*7 •"»»' $1 2-000 

rrtnra* ani^nuid Ilk* U*ba tiata la Rraarn 



BROWN BROS LIMITED 

* 'e*«4 i#ii- 

tin Bi.AHhnARD rr rHuNiBiigs-< 

Uiinbar Raat It’a'* Board af Victoria 



HAWKES FOSTER^LTD 

>m DOt'OLAB BTRCrr R3MI 



— OAK BAY — 

FOUL BAY ROAD ' 
OIL-O-MATIC 

TfUB THKIIB BCnROOM HOI AI Hlbst ba 
•"Id owtiirs bar* lait Vinaria Vary 



L. M ROSEVEAR & CO 
LTD. 



PA^LV DWILUNG 

OnvcA' An tdaal fanllv boraa w|ib 3 
vOa^U b*droa«ba on I3i« graund flowr 
bbd 1 raara UMiaira Thb ll•lng•t•o«b and 
dinlng-ranni ar* bMh larg* and ara awn* 
bbrtM. Pbll ba*am*nt with furnara 
Ibrga gard*n Iwi baautlfully piantad 
ThI* hbbb* ta In porfart awnditlon and 
**V7 tvlr poaaaaalbft *b(i bg bbtalftcd 



ESOUIMALJ a 
FOR SALE 

IMMf.iUATI POUBtaHlON 
Aavaf. roam* and balhrra-n i 
gardan Inw t«ia* gnod r«n«U 
Mm PRirK 
TCJIMB HAIP ( Mfl 



EVERGREEN 
REAL ESTATE LTD 
SEABOAflD REALTY 

#14 OOVFRNMfrT mifTT 



SECLUSION 



$4950 



Paul Rai Road Oak Aar biu*h of th* 
Arenur Lot 1* Id# fl Ihnil Ub* fl-ta,- 
by 13# ft drrp ilardan abn |>ail-t uad 
drl*«wa| all laid aut 'lundf It a* hu'a* 
daauUful f«rrcra*n* flowtring •"•u.* snj 
traa* Lbria knell* {Hn* r -.«*«• m« r 
naito Ptpao f#r bbtay pwy anyvu* wiw. 
larat wrlutl.gi 'hi* I* UV* .Iasi |a( *4nd 
>)f*a «r th* lact bf lU kind tfi Mac Ba> 
Ta»*. 333## tfOCArt 

PMC# $3500 

Mr* Rnr-a g mt| 



$4250 



UNIQUE 



KING REALTY 



$9250 



VICTORIA . 

‘ lUUCIl'ATK PtKWiAAI..-. a 
A*v*n roenti and baihraboi gbrag*^ra« 
g*rdan. lew taia*. ale. d ane/'i 

I’Rir* 547DL 

TKHMfl HALF CAttf 

VICTORIA 

‘rMWXfVATR POMP*»A10N 
A flya-robm bangtinw, wilb basamant 
luMiarw, Br*i.lar*. au 

pRff* 54/DL 

IkRMB HAIK rAATT 



113] 0*t«ammani Atraai B ! 

Mtmb«r* af tb* R*al Bilal* Board 



T3ir**’«|4arlfr.aer*- It dS( lask. with fl'r 
roera iiding bungalow runits'iM of livint 
room with flraniara klMA*a, lli'aa-piraa 
baihrwoRi ana thrtP goad k*orn*>n ■ Pg.i 
• *fsi*nl lMi*r-haf . Rsoarat* garsga fruit 
Iraa* sraall fruit* chtrfem hauaa Oraall, 
radtKM T«r fbKIi aalr PdOCn 

fun prtc* t 44 o3U 



eitnArt *HTl.]lnirRNi BTIkBBT Pour- 
jOUV/U toani bunm'bw In taad tma- 
i.on piin b«s hitaini lha dobr L'vlng- 
roAin aaMtiar fc i-kati 3 ba-lr ---m* Us**- 

TTu-n* b**h *.«*( • T*ra Kra.i'ai* garagr 
Ukr* let with fr. : 'raa> gardan at. 

07 -hCrt orp roOK, IN TlW CTTT 
9f fatar- rtum harna In fir*‘-rl*M 

• -'ndmnr Thro* houruenw up Putt **• 
mart k*»a>narl bit*! furnar* l;lh« rwra 
Vlui*i*'ng '>•* rai.|a and het-wat«( b*4tar 
'nrludad Ba .*rat* gb'ia* An ai4*r 17 J>* 
but *<">n4 at a hall Anm* irrma 



SEAFRONTAGE 
BEAUTIFULgGROUNDS c 

TCK; can BBARrN TMR fhtuiNn rjVKW 
ARD YOtf Wfy.S T FIND 1TB CQUAL A 
riNB I KCbjUkO VTUCCVJ Rt'NGALOW. 
BNTRANn HALU UVING-ROOW WfTM 

piRtn.4rTg. fyfXRrni. two RtnikooMa, 

AtJ. WALL TO-WALL CAUPXTR. KIT. 
CMBN WITH HirTRIC RAhOt PPM. 
Rnr,RV riA71t ANf> A aLANRfTi-IN BL'N. 
r*)RCII At.'ROfM THR IWAPROTTr BIDS 
Mr Muibcar. O ld#4 Ma)«r Yatdi** O IBM OP THR f^out fXTRA ROOM AND 

^UARAMB IN BAPndBNT TURB. OIL ROT. 
■ AIR MBATING LANbCAPCt) OROtmOK 

t#lb RObB RURHBR MUHOKBDB OP 
DAK RAY KHRI/BS tWlWNS POOLB AND RITM- 

U/MV DAI HOCBB PRfCBD LOW POR IMMB. 

Whil* atucM buntalnw fty* raarai Latga UIATB AcVlON # 1*1 CA/\ 

ll*>nfl raaw with lirsbla** - aak floor*, la* ... 9 | 0<3UU 

LsdruMiss AAd*rit *nA S'l.a*,. dr 



WATERFRONT 
$3000 DOWN 

Thta la**ty haraa ha* baan rrdurbd 31 MB 
la tail gairdlv. and l» a r*al bargain at 
th* prtr* A*k*d lUusa mrttut* of ihreuth 
)i*.l grand Itving-roam with nimli.b* an 
-alar *14* dmai'a. full rabin*t kllchrn 
t lovrlf badroaois and a « pira-* Prmbratt 
baihrmra T».«»r U *1 aitra firiib*d laum 
in full basamant. and p'pad h«l-atr Nr* 
' *r# Garag* 4a r*pif*'* ibd raatrhing 
**'• virw la grand and (hara ar* *‘ao4 
daon la a ariVBi* float Pnrra«Tl* aikiat 
• I# 540 firib fall pnr* n«w donr/n 
only $0730 

BY Abpnirxaiant Only 
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' IMMBD ATI r'lHfeERhtMN ' 

A laf*)y randa'd Bavraeil bu. gstab 
Rnrih Quadra, al! naw «ur- COCAf) 

rbiitiOlnc hnma* PRH'S $73UL 

ryiLMB KA1.P CASK 
MANY OTNBRB TO CHOOBB PROM 



A GOOD HOME BUY 



C7eLnn ROTAl. Vary g'M#*- 

9fD\J\J "*a r'r tn'.in ato-*.' buaaal'b 
n! Ih* "navt mnsr-urtian N'r* gl *»ad-in 
anira-r* h*'' 3-r. ntn aulta in »*'• fan 

ba»*n-art T'lk* ynrid f'irnar* Uh-a let 

bllh fruit tra»s and gardan 

'««r*.ald and fvarv'hlng lo Uv-iap rbo- 

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Rbarinus rntranr* hail larv* 

ilalnf-rbom with flrabiar*. dinai'*, iwn 
kbdraMba buh larg* tlAiba* riaaati four- 
ptac* Parabtnb* baihmo«n, rakin*' kMrhcn. 

. raasanii# ir.au ••nk. larg# biimy roam 

kMaiian n*aib Mbfront Aitracliv* b*i - Hsrdbond flaora la main raama lt#uaa 
bwilt giwcca bungAleb bt B*t raoM. full fuhy inmlaiad BO'TKA 

baaibiant. bardwond flaart in ouin rdaow PRICB 3lO/3U 

Ibclbding ga*bi badnira Hat auiaaiaUr 
Mat bbd 



lAkU A BAROAIHi 

Abaui^albvan Ownar lran*f»rr*d eat *f ally, dflari far 
4uW hla NKW 4i*-tbooi raodam bungalab 
'Knar mila* fraot rintrl af Tiriu'ia In 
Haanlrh BKualbd an aBbM.«nas;ajy ■*.*. 
'* half am nf nal->ral oark-ljk* land bifh 
*. ti'*al* yiabi af latTbundlng rnir.trysids 
famblats blih Braplsaa In a i-ra lar*a 
* llyi(tf-;bbm numaroua ab*fial kuilt-ln fat- 
'.urti and fttiumt In a mnaal kiiarm 
Ktffihrnka bath and ihowar laundry tuba, 
'hr** kedranmi Light f lw ari, Inlatd Una- 
:>«» rir Biri* paiivMlan arrungrd Could 
cat ba douHaalad btihm saiural theuabnd 
dbllan bf ihb p*ta« aa#*-i riwar titto 



l_. fVl Oi V.W. e70tA BLRNriDR Am 

I xr^ ^r7^U feur.rabm i'urr« Hu* 

^ • U*. r'.s',»".g ef aoiruB** hall llfini 

11# Rayai T.uit BMt ill Vkb BUaai bith »it# flrapUr* amt hardwired (1 

Tilbphon* 0 0041 larga b*4ra*-m* lirtr* **^'nat kti'''rn with 

Inlaid tina i-ki*** P*mhr-*k* ba'h Pull 
basanar^ wl-.h (urns-a i"ht drtb*-tn g»- 
' rag* , onrul lrl In gatilan thruht y|r 
*i|.t vica Call far an aaneintraant 

aarh Hoag to Bcacbb lUU. 

Part. P |-rra>ai hsu/wa taniad 



$9800 



1 LEACH & SPARKS 

lini BLANBRARCI BT I 

Bfbniadi. Mr Day. O MBI 



nOROB AREA- Nagat Afiear 1rin*r*rTbd| 
•fftfa iht* pr#ba n y wbicJi abeoid inliiiM| 
gwrdan lobbrt a* •t-^alG* tuik Haa fbwrj 
tawtM dbwn and thr*a badrwama uiMiairi j 
llbi'WBiir baattng aad oak fkMr* In llvrag-, 
rwMb tAundry tuba. *ie. Th«rb ar* its ibia.' 
ar waaM ibll trawa* atih thr«a Mu 
Abwndaitr* af fnui af all kindt Pa*a*a*t«R 

$6000 



PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 



*TIS SPRING I 

And tlbta ta Ihipt af tha* *aburba'n ban 

m.ow and aa or ynur r*wn Tb* bra*'* $3000 

U a pt»uy IHC* whiu aiding k^nga,'* 

Mar Ih* Ra**l Cnllagr and roMN • .1 * *"•*•• » 

larg* luing-raara With ftrai-iaa* two bad- ^ ^ ^ ^ 

rwora* kltrlMn Jln*iia and larg* Mir*'* $AfVin 
garsg* Law tss** ■*■ mi. atfab Y.vm. -BUWV/ 



$6300 



<704n -‘’X’-'R'il Rmad a Iruig l«**iy 
$/7jU hotn* an iha nl a** n*n nf 
.)nrr* R-iwd P'y* t-anw mruatiing nf 
larga Hktr.g *rn-m with ffan'aa* dli.ing- 
rwom nfa lunream 3 hrairgvm* tahlna' 

UUb*w. and P**rbV'>l» *-4 h P»iM «af»*' t 
ha**mar r arh ArrOMAT*C *••' tinkar 
Dr's*-'" i f'f» Pr"*t I'M* b*riia*. at* 
<07*;n *•"«> Lm^AVDtNO HCM* 

}lC/DU eaa l.ranra tntdsru t»inga- ' •,»...«■ n n Winter ■ yMi 

laa«k Oll'O-Mailc turna*** Iraulatad Bvameg n p winter a 92 m 

aoy* r«ilinaa and hardwvng flown i frar* B*lt BKIncr WP 



ONLY $6995 



HIGH FERNWOOD 



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rath aad balaer* arrapfad 

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rnii wi i fnar dawn and ihrta uw 
• nd atiliif raom an ftrai fluM. 
Mi aipa'slr* 'Ra**n>art kw UK 
hapora'a g*'*ga Burraandad by 
arawo ty gr-wd buy 



FAIRFIELD SPECIAL 
Near Moss St. 



$6000 



HAOLTAtN DamUCT— OwMT 

iwwa biaal tan^hi* w^huin 
hdvtbt •*• rnoA M raam flear 
RnMitd badvwnra In bd*a*nra 
■sibia wHh tuH basawiant, r>ir- , 
Bdca, ako Boraa toroM 



■ iagving 
bungaiaa 

r and w*i' 
Puiiy 

$6000, 



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LTD. 



AittpcUr* aowfroni b«OM. 4 
rnan t-arga lo4. Baau'itul 
imraadiaw pna**atiwn TBRMB 

^ - • 

-C14m (n. airy lire* iiarrw bun- 
galow Larg* ll*lng-fbMn I 
au. taMnbt kHchan, 4-pl*a« 

rba baihrwwM Ba*y tenna 

•A-Pbrally b*>»*. V rwbbM. t 
)v baihrowflu AH M arral' 
Mgnibb. lArgt Im lb fbfdbb 



$7350 

! yrow 

$8950 



n*-ba a ni'* iit'ia ••rwbWi buxgalww. na 
ba*a»*r> 1 . bat aiaund cana'roattbn an ra- 
hr*r>< f<*undaik>n T3r* living -rawai ang 
*«n'-g'raora u tiko am larg* ranwi 34 t IS, 
3 largo badrowM*. 3-plaro batbroboi. 
r.iehaw 13 I IS PtnwU b«l mat gardta. 
Taaot 0*1 tdaal f<*v a r*tl**d e*abi* og 
rraatl fajbMy Os a gulat 
••raM Atk'ng »y*<* 

Mai* oa an *ff*r 

r«n Mr Barkg* B irr Byanusfg aM 

•wndav. R mi 



WATERFRONT 
FIRST TIME OFFERED 
FOR SALE 

Thta 4 * ha* bam* l« anly T yaar* mb and 
waa dM>gh*« f*r laturibuo Hiing Two. 
lobdarawad **tu* Ml th* ha«M *ff aurac- , 
U»*(y and ihov* w a larg* *v««ni *wibi- ' 
mlng MM aw th* araan a»d an •••wnoni 
•Gaalb i^rf bith -winiboard Muniad 
bb M. Tha hwnoa aoMut* af *b*y larg* 
U*rbg-rwobi with firbbtar* and #0 ri an - 1 
•3«#*d *bnpacTh albfig %*i*v aid* Th*r« ' 
ar* HI bodrowou two 4'pl«*b •braMwto 
bathrraia* kiuhoa. dlnlnd-rowM and aaoob 
brant n*ai la bM-alt aulMbotr* raai 
•l»k*r Insmctlm b? awbothtaroM aMr 

; FULL PRICE: $30,000 

AU Dwbtblb-Bb* a MM 



<11 ■sAfl Muant Tafrai* uvw 3- 

i I I <3UU mom iiurm biin**lna 3 . ■ * ■ 

hbdmnma. |i*ing ae.1 dining-rabin ra-nlam' 
kltrhan C*** ra iingv trardwand flnar* 

mn ba*manL ruBiaub-ronni atth fir*- aPARTMBNT OR ODBBT ROUBS IN 

tide# lAR(*B iMUiltHIM Vary large fhnm* can 

b* moda fram tk ~ ** 

boatiBC lls««nna 
laGM Pall prtca 



N. H. CAUFIELD 



A. S. MILLER 



$15,600 



LINDEN AVENUE 

NKAR THB BBA • ThM llwa fabric hbww 
camwting of fi*«a*d'ia wdm* tniran** 
hod wiUa. bwwdir raobi off Oar wttb tr«- 
blbc*. laaa'.r Uatag-rawra atth Brawtoca 
Tarfa dinii^-raabi aiih Braptwaa nWw 
paacry lar»* kneban wirad far atatinc 
rang* Pewr gawd b«dr*a«b* wpatoira Ma* 
tor bagrawra bo* Brapio** Thrat-bwea 
Piibfng* balhmewi tMI booamatii wua 
cd*l otoBor. b»^B* "Xa gordo* Tbt* 
vduM vidk* 0 Be* ndot hawM aa inowat* 
prdwaayy Abawi hoTf *«M # * M e/\A 

•IB bandl* PrM uiad # I U*VwU 



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,Pull raraani bbtsraant famaco Bunt by 
a»rUod orrhHac'. and andar Railandl 
iHoaaibg ratujationj Ownor ai«oi ocU oi 
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POVR ROOM BVNOALOW BOVTII OP 
IKB AVRRtri 'Off Paul Ba* KMd> (tanM 
la mry aucucila* M. t» oardoa a»4 *Krabi 
h*at fanoa- mwly pamiad 
aMgrty rawsW Caab. It.m 
bblonca aaoy PaB »n*a 



kytvbwn 



$6500 



PRICE: $8400 

TamarUab kg Appaiof aat ' 

L. M. Roseveor & Co. Ltd 

Its ROTAL TWDVr BtOO . 0tl VIVW 9T 



FOR SALE BY OWNER 



$4950 



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BBV BCOtLARO BUR) O THI 



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•M adLUnARD VT. PROfdt O 000 



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UOl»:.b I OR SALE 



\ ' 1 VW ROYAL - Moonui • ROOMtO 
&«<•• • )f»ri sit MtiaV fc>t 

tbr* M| lIvlIMt r^M vllh MR. 



Ncmcs 

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A ^grriftci IlrK*a>*i« ponilliM 
t r.ii prv.« U.IM 

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r, LOTS 

Residential • Commercial 
Apartments and Duplex 



c)*M« 8 MM 



MILT MtCIIASL.AXU UBIUI tflCHAlL 
A DAMUY LITTLE TMJlse-lU>OU 

• V ptera UmI ipr « rNpb T«»-VlM« 

feMh. ■ modem <lufe«n, npbocrA* enC 
•iRt Go «4 cornet lot. tern uiok. 

IS -MU* tiffte c*)orv\ 

fuU itma SdZlAI 

CASH buicllr* UiU Iftree-r— » *** F«>*t >tr»«t 
Mi.|k;«a «K 4 > (uil boMOitnt. 



U *HAT orraiui’-Murr ati.L wmuR 
ton «cok* icvolr rftt>rb-»(«lc Mio- 
(«!«v «tit« cturhod ■■fcfc CRd tiuti* 
••uricr Men* ■ OoIH-ir lecturoc 

8 «kCUr«) (itocur* oil hMilnc. oAk Roorc 
IU'nc>r«oai' and rnironm hall Voo chooM 
MR tbia home UMudlkif:i *l IFT) tarltleo 
•trtol t^ooe O «C *4 (or porfrulcrc 



Ctaot-lo CKY A <or4r 
, ^JL-jDv QiUo bomo l« 4Mmt. 

rodiKM lor inURMiair cm*. rVooi o^c 
~ c,.ac*rtMc Urine-room vita Mtoaot noert 
A, ,«r»4 AtcRloM. too iiAfumo: F om orooo 
kotbtoimi kttebon ouh tiU link: viUltr 

» room oiu ikuMfir trir aTTackIO AT 
TU 8 RXAJk OF TMI HOkAa Ift A •OUOLV- 
rohrmccTSO woiuuiiof lobim muM 

|bi oomolitW to noka o Oai loo-r«om 

'*■ 1111 . tiKM aaAVtlT rH> OIL KAN 08 
iA 8 D HlAlTR lotHbtr oith Voimicp 
iblmoi inciooeo •<. tht ortco. FOM 8 MIOH 
TF «C Kouri Vm U>U ran bt ool 4 oi a 
jbiitor tbon oli-rooh rolur or urmi of 
U JM Ooon B »0 Ootonri po;oOt« CM pot 
4 Mnth Utrladlne !'• iniitiot. Ll«Ur« Xa 



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. — AFARTM 8 WT tOXt-Flwl Mtrwl Mor 

kEACH I^TS FROM 1 TO I ACRI 8 , 18 LJmo« M i UJ trMlMH «»A Fort 
* ploaiMt ouumt. i«iiM (or rouro- , ano viro Fi-rru ClAiralloiu kvA> 
ii m M B tiUtnc J^anotJIat Vt Uao rsTVpat .miot cr toa dnpitcoi. 

tNOU'R RUtOETlTJAL HUtLOtX^ •inca COMUVRricL AND ArARTMCtT *C. 

Ct)MMOtlA'nOM -N'ORiM A<« . Oac 
8 a; Tbrro )a*«ir lat,, iro Icrl 
Irontacp miriacid iani at rrai 
KiwUfpt let iiotM otUi apanm'otc 
aovro. ^ 



n -ELL • »uaT ETVCCO FBVJrOALOR 

naar BHU'molt 8 '^« LtrlM-roM 
brirt SirpliM birEvooA (laRti Atnlaf- 
roam toj MOroaom. FrmWoka bauuaom 
ntodrro kitphr-i com«nt kMamrat (or* V . m OarOcm Hm 4 . S-aiia .at« aitb 
nac* nlii car***! M 1 M. Pl-Onr I IM* apirntfM Ma rir* (aUr c.iatrd. Fto 4 ii>r 
' ~ B JCat. 



]FrLA 88 mrcco. • ROOMS AHD DI 
' * oiitr Pimb'akr bithrop-n r«ri r«'>- 
'(III tOMalrr piaattf no ■onOar eaJU. 
M M ••mm lapifarrt 



Ht'SaAti I<h 
Tho lou prMo u 

$ 4700 -£,J;' ■a 4 rbrkin t.ouw' 
Taa lorrw lau ta laaa aed *roi( ami 

t O' din Tkio* A'i boanbb 3 -mUa rlr<U 
latr blmk L-om bai Idral Jar mUM 
(.ooplo X« *(«pa 

•i.cM CA^n 

da CIT F.x-ranm kidtnf bopfatoo. FlU) 
tiiBini bammini drtrr tn b<rt- 



S3700 



/rooo BUXOALOW Wmf nASBVtEWT 
' r In n'mrtct n*r< t? CM caih B'< 
1104 raiaaU' 



e I Arvn t SAUAdcE easy term* 
9 \ UoUt-i.ra iM* 4 >ralmi caitm Fun 
pfemhinc. luoii firitoa hit rlaio to EUniy 
•boptring dUulrt. ideal ler retired couple 

C 1 '7f\r\ '•**' moflern t-roam 

i I /UV het'ia alib fireo'-ari <nd foM 



i tHUlCB BOaOlSQ aiTB ■> ONE At R^ 
*> high loeaUua. Cedar HiJ Hi<ed. hear 
Ma<ini Uvug ea CiueMuail Cvluu.ie MU 



H ioh quadma-lakehilu-c rooms 
CM riaar l-yeare a'ri eiocirtr kti- 
Ph«B Pe*ement e CA OM hangWa 

Oot'ir. 3 T*C Wir.iion 



RBSIOEXTIAL VattrMM rrOdeotial tote Is 
Oak Bar and ether dUirtcla 



$6500 



BOrtO MAY LOT. W X MO NEAR 
r ■ and irehesartattan f*hi.ne B Ikul 



two bedroacM bnre-it' lireprcat garege Frtao 
Tbii hvme ii rerr or! eanetrurted and 
fcae Oak name Ut haM and main 

raooie. fsMi nor Uuaid Unoleuw cr kli- 
e(ktfi and aathro'iia Virr anractire Meal- 
^ (lie (ir»leri and Meilraa tUo Mnk 
tHi BEST Bt'Y IN FAIR 



• fnnd hoMi lilt* r;rbi m'leo froas ettr 
aa tha mOa hiehoa* il<*n t fe'l to ce* 
Ut'e la** • abi’e •tueea d»o"-e Or*« a ■» 
*(>d eae n and (h#n *no e»ree K « 

ree'U a • Thnn« W*'mprl TlWr nr J-* 
fW ■opi*’ tiland Hith>a« t anolard 



Fttaue E Sa:)c. 



■aeaaiieiied IMO 

ASTERN Cnt'MR WILL BAmiriCf AM BROUGHTON BTHErr 

Steam 



ezonn *** ~ Nea C-raam Maera 

)OZUUtiuuga:aa Full romritc batr- 
menu Dr.«c-ln gkrete. T*o lot* Lua 
ta:.ra T«o*wU« rlrrte 

$ 1 ^ CF\A ihia tl-raam aportn-e ,t 
I cL/JUU hicuet near the aaier Thtie 
large room* (or saner. Osod tereou* 

A^imACI. BROTHEMB 
E 7 MI dll Johnatm street ECCO 
Cstmerlf 

r W l^re b Co j 

kxniage C'All' I 

•*Mr MlOiae OltM ar B U)C I 

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MODERN FIXTURES 



THE SIDNEY REALTY 



Pleaee pM far Sian trane 
Ereningi. U CICd 

J3975 — $3975 

l» tba loll oriM ol Uile neat 1 -rsom rot- 
'age on a good rancrei* (ewndaUan; bae 
liVlnd-raaM. Mdiaam, caainet KiMbait and 
Pembroke haihroam Beparoto garage 
Tata* C 31 NIra gardrn 

Pltate aea (or Bian Eraaa 
Cvenlnga, O C 3 dS 



Fbone IDi 



d-roaom oHh «ac(!l*Bl (iir- 
^OY 3 U nlahlnia Inaluded at the price 
Oeeament, funare garar* YAEEB ONLY 
r.'l Mauluin OteiMct. TRIM ROME IS IN 

w.QNQERFin. roYornoN innioi and 
O trr FIcpnr plan tonpriiee Living-room 
Bitb iovelr broodloam oall-io-vaH carpet 
hall •iiK carpel t«o bedroome dandr 
bathricoA. dintig-rMm. kitdbao 'all 
eoTcred olth top qoalliv liaai NBRC ARE 
POME or mi EXYRAS YALUPO AT 
MORE THAN Idea BuUt-m vanlir o’i'h 
aeer-fiee mirror, rhlflonier built-in chiL 
c'ren'e had nid ether Sa'uree that matei 
aoe of ibe nlratl klddi*ee' badrrwivsa ae'vc 
ieen Kitchen ranre drepr* and cunaina 
ate* tnel»do< Luunt U-CM 



Ac j. r U COd <a«r.. 
Late coT.ate VUh i 
«ater(r«r>ia|'. otll. 

diYCA FEI’.-NWOOD. •-HGOM IfOUSb gatar* guevt rah'n 

54 /DU Penbrate iaihra.»n in «p.ck 

_ pad euart csjMKiao. FTi--f ainalude* pU 
EAVtNii FUR FNOLAND-WTLL SEU. Hieulallitt boater asd vwnro a;m 

' ma Vroom romoleU -lib iur- ald»* <Mpe- Nituatad loeo »i Yale* st 

i' ingi tar M Sdd Neer Bee'rn NiU Fo'ki / E N SAOtnAWB 
d h»a tea »ie» Comatt m» a*e«i H ^ 

MiDrr b to. lOOS Ocvernmeni Street B tdlJ l®U oorernmeo. St 

latl Biu I Ut< NlgbU 



btiaahlfal: 
reiirtcMr. t*, ai-roi 
baaihouae aud hMl 
B«c BUC Calaniit 



$8950 



3 RSALS- 'f ACRE OOOD ^L WITH NIOPTN CAAM 

parttailf-rpicitrufed C-raoiMaufalsa (NUM M iAAIN 

1 » Ipr pJaater ecu 8 h#;l*«* ^ctat pjvs ACBBS. OOOU LAND 

j^e_c>ldjMi_Cri cultivaiKo 

;iR SALS - LOl I BUXKS PROM 

City teciira. Cammeretal aao* Fhoo* "MALL IK'klE on the otler- 

Irvht of a aheiined bay 

MODERN HOME a«er.Mibcbg 
(hi itraHe and teiaitda 



A it*« (Ive-toem bunialas bolll td N R a 
• perKUatlan* Attraetiva h*lbg^.raam vitb 
hardwood Hoar and ticeplara dint'te t«a 

J and aedreoao. madeta *aMnot ktiehen 
-plaoo Ptmtiifik* ba'brnom Full trajamont 
*Kh bot-atf (urnara piprd l« all roanu 
Drt*e«la flreproor garage Immodiete poe- 
cearlnn. PRICE, ON EASY &TOr\r\ 

TERMS $/5D0 

Errringe nr Wee-End Fhone 8 MJd 



2508 BELMONT AVENUE 



ANOFORO 



3 ROOHN AND BATfl- 
MoHern larpe lot 11 Md 
_r" Niad tint read to rigbi 
earn o 31*1 



P CALS - THREE LOTS Ult AM 
Isearn 



lULLSIDE-tdCrADUA DIB 



Drive by tbu ijpcr bargem, then aek lee 
"• laaa yau Lhiougo U. by let ui* aeei 
kuf In luaa^ili year Enuanc* (hrauyh 
hell la Btce iiv-tsR-ftNm -and dining-room 
* cih bri>a OifPlaie 3 air* bedroerfu ouh 
l oee'a 3 -P>e baihrrem ac|tb RnenYlooet. 
larie brtihi airy raMr,*t kitchen with tun 
parch oil Full baevtnrni aun hot-air 
iornare pipM to allTnome Eitra (Inieboo 
room In baaemri'i drive-ip garage NMe 
hn Tbie la gond end at laaei II, MO under 
;oday i .Taiwi.*al ih« lull 



SlOUVJU tii.i ft-rosm biute. 3 larg 
oau... 4 mi Ueuig-it>»m. ««(ra urge •lirhe: 
and panirr, balbrwotn, linateuiu ad liasrt 
klUhen etovc *<«d and coal, gaa pla.i 
Claar tiUc Tavrd back lano tbt *0 t 133 
Cell even nre lilt (<'*.* Neat CajF'* 
(tare-. ai.ivOJ but*- Lourtery OV al 
aienia. 



1 AROt LOT ON FOOL BAY BOAD 
ia ■near eeai jurl uCf PairiiaM Road 
WobM taka lar *7 lame «n/\A 

value 5 oUU 

HTIaJId, THOMAS b CALLIN 
CABil MOHIUAGB «>e»C-Al- CTO Yale* ducei Pbanee B IJU. ut.i) 
.,a*"“r!;l ^lL'i!?.TdrV«!?f! VMton. Beal leuie Bsacd 



CXIBOOVA BAY lEIODEnN FIVl- 

4 BOUT KALP-AOIB AND POUR-ROOM 

I, Mia Ml main ro«d. vioae to bcaib L..,, IT.m. 

Hau,# h* (ou-auck bail '.ivmg-rswia niJi ^ or 
rirepiare J Pemhrrke mui. twrg* ^ " 

hU«h*n a. til gta aed breeklaal naM. Mid *'' 

Mnraam. Fu*l k. •*»*»(. HA. *ccAa V»W WHITE KT 
(urbaec tl.lOd aill handle 5 DDUU v r*'» r e* 1 'VA < 

jiiBii.Ko *a'*iv ’a”* :iviB»*r 

JUSILEB Wr»i»M».«. . elec 

I'U REE BEDROOMS.* living-room altli la'initry room *h*o 

(irvoior* Hr flusri tabinei kit hen onJ , -a'hma’" R-itre-o 
oil *U*» 3 -pie>e baili Pull baaement. . (uU hl*h baecn eat 
pMniy h:*h /ar e tra (nont drum hot-ab air f'tntare aiM e 
Mped (drn'ce OKar type buugalan Nea viandlhr '**■ .--t 
iMroid rnel Cl.ltH) plU bCCA/\ bnn’*« ih'«U'*haut, 

handle 5 dDUU B(^W aiiwtno. ai 

Akk for J De Man Evek G 3441 , 

KENNEDY MALTY ~ 

tll 4 Broad Blivet Fhont EOlfJ tOPY l-Yt. 

Member fleal Latatd Board of Victoria X*EA 3 ' e-ROUU I 



e 1 f\y C A Monthly reforn slue rere- 
BlUr .JU taker e *uite. Batenac home 
r'aee to f<*n A enb*tanti*' heme re- 
itvenreiM Ineld* *”d oui THIN IN AN 
ABBOttm BARiiAIN eellinc eCC/V^ 
eae* unde* value tl 500 UU 

Uetin* IC-IM. 

CdU Mr. Kaaaee B not. Of ever O SU 4 - 



ATTRACTIVE STUCCO 
V . BUNGALOW 
EXmLENT LOCATION 

Jiikt erf (lak Oey Avenue and on a itreet 
n( r.e* h'-mci Baifk Uelno-raam vuh 
open flreniaie. (vra nloo ill* bedroome 
klirhan «t>h dtntt|« apare ba'hr'-om full 
**ai*til be*e>ae'<l onh not-air piped fur 
i.ace. TbU hoaie baa ba*u b*nt in rvrei 
l*iit urDdltiOB. A GOOD MIY 

, S**nl-<g* FhoM Mr Brolf U laPO 



$5750 

iTtnui 

Bk* II Nos, It Won't Laet Longl 
I Bxclukivo LutlPO 
Pteaae Atk tar Johnny Jame* 

» Ivmlnsd. nn 



prlca of 



I uld. OLA VIEW t>wi 4 |^L 3 UA 
e guun OB Ulibutn ftoadTiOir*. | 3 p> 
to leOO City tight and oeikr Belmont' 
ICCV evrn.ngt 

I AROE LEVEL LOl. kgUirt STRsn 
i* amorg nan haiaeo Hioh G-adra i.tar 
t«hncl* and au*. aU arte aervi *t |yvi 
B kill 



COLWOOD 

Large Ae on aii'oriite pariiike 
tand lot Nuki eoie rr»ed Irnm 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

iCIC OOUOLAB Sr vuat Noru of HBO 



I RiA)M<t. 3 



$3850 



.... pure Per.iSruV 
vteo I ocf»s treed. Fa'l >• 
hea'er *<•' . inc'uded ( 
Cn'en-an Alderly Hoad Bth 



HIGH SAANICH 



I OT »UR SALK. NEAR lUA PhUIT 
1 * (reea, lenred. oa Joaeuli hi Bn* ICdC 
Com.iti 



iVaeanti 

k-rtmm buniairo Largo iKing-rooni «llh 
fliepiar* 'ara* bright raoKiei kitciien, 
1 fx"! be<(m<.ma, hail bkiemen'. aa good 
gariie'i In' ouh lou of (run I'eee and 
email froii*. 

A g''oo buy at bJ / /D 



c^nn (■ow" - 

5 ^^UUgue»t hiiua* Ik parlly 

QBav lurnuhort vacant it d»*-r *0 near bearnn 

ii.a*. NUi P»rk wUi ekCtiAi.* icr »T.e'l '.ouri 

Ak "ii eioood It .» 3 A 9 J, Coton'M 

BALANCI MONTBLl 
OCT\ jOUUU payment* ourrhaeve nr« n*a 
roam ktur<:o ouxgelAa 'scaled tn rUy Can 
taae drivi-ia geraga tut- high baveiaeiu 
HealUomr brepiaiA aaira ton*i sak Ohd 
B IIM iilr (iMre Pull prire |o kP* Phene 1 14 Ct 



L. M. Ro5€vear & Co. Ltd. 

Ud ROYAL TRUST BLOO . ail VtSW ST 



MEHAREY & CO., LTD 



;E lot HIOH LOCA 710 N. UCbL- 
>1 bgl'dmg alia IlOo caeh rboh* 



SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 



ORIAL REALTY 



PAOBD PI< 
141 Fort Slrevt 



Ikk THIPTIR I.ARB -VA' ANP 3 tUXiM 
rottag* and hve arret «/ land Lea 
n M'meni silt han-l* pnon* Y MK 



DEEP COVE 

RKSlDE?aiAL VILW SITS elm 

hi.’irfnt V«|s over Hi* * 

*'•' ^ 

HIIJT^F NtTE rieturaily laml a 
tr*,>e 4 lar an a<'T*>llve borer S 



nows PAYUi.VT. RALANCS 



V*bW I.BDAR emiNO- TWO BEDROOM 3 
.V hou-g It *>lu doen inrludM nk« T 
Itwi Oe iiiie Wetting.’ e retrtaecat*' M 
and aea de lute Nurge gat range Hard- ia 
am-t fio-tr* lar«e roemi ( tvnloce dream — 
ku-''*'!. iinataum, full taatent Oatemant q 
■Z' age. furnace .->,|ip*r baiter and uipe 0 
large It-' Marignld dietrl*t gl Md terma in 
gbO i’tt D.iMlh 0 «h*r C 1 <M 3 Nu agent* 



• ( ;*■'>. bu*i ai'-ra 'i e k-mom 
1 hedraamt. Gs*d Wha'leti 
I'la 'ei. *'>■»'•. aoi.rcl rcm. tui.ie 

Can I 4 « 3 > 



YSK. MALallAI WalERFR'jNI PNU 
-rr'» ptMi* embe'ed gOa.-et g 1371 



$8950 



HOGM H'lUtr AND l.A > IlliOUkg 
tiarate enx fumac* in baeimcDi. r.aee 
lygAA tcr«. B 13 P 9 



(PLANUS LOT. lll-FOOr FTIONTAOl 
/ gl ggg Phone O TM 4 



PRICE $7950 

^ oooNih(r»ia*rt eo s»ra -ofi 



SPARLING OF SIDNEY 



JtOOMKn NfSOAtXlW. Ntt’-'L'C DECO 
raud. tuiiy litcuiibed tnri ' ! 1 *l 

ra*' nros 



$2100 CASH 



EW g.ROOM BlINUALOW BAAEMENT 



tootle 4 gT->te tiovithi* vCuUiy FubB* 
Tvlephene Sidney 3 M 



CITY 



Rrand '.ea i.riynm •ixern buntaWia F> 
uenre hell ta large lirinf-roem aUB (tra- 
piece ar-d »*k flanrv Cearrel ba'I 'a f«n 
ferv *.-• hel-oam 4 -ore • "b* ’lirKim 
•nvele r-M-e- Iri'eKen ea-iie-ted ♦Ith Ben 
dll aether elrr--* '..'■-•air' *'• 

**'ou ckn a*nt r'|M In. FTIAA 

iv a vac*' • Price 9/ I UU 

PI#**- *'h ('.* M- I iipion 
Eveningt. B -'.Itl 



$ 1 nnn ClOWh BALANCE TO EDIT 
I iCULr p'lrrhaie* buv* gocci g rAom 
Alder lype bungeira. Phai-e B 31)0 



U 'S ARI PtbASKU 4 g' 
Im eai* in Oak 8 d 
gilk up For full peribi' 
Boiioii. Ji Kienn.aa ■ 



i/PPEir’ga kXMS 
I Frif'ea from 
rare oh«n* wr 
iSPi _ 



MOUBRN. UJI PINLAYS'Oh 
It <e»l 



(INBTEABDin a'lte'llee •l..l•^ r.-gn •* 
i>i« of approilmaui* |,| 0 # aguar* l*e- 
l.ara* living rao'o fHn'no-frir.r.. n-'-.'vin 
kiknen (au gaa^ bedjoaou And boili 
rnom Full t*in*nt be**a«*it( virh ba; •• 
furnaca and garat' a ir'.et n( nea 

hnmna (ear than half raeh STDCA 

otu bkhd> FLT.t. mice s/tjU 



L M. ROSEVEAR &'CO 
LTD 

lid ROYAL TRUST BUM. 113 VIEW SI 

OBHl 



<S ,* OOROE 

)kd Vr^riNT AVE.NL’B 

4 FIVe-IIOOU a 7 .MJ-BL'NUALGW WITH 
-a fu.t b***m*r>( and hO'-aaler bratir.g 
Unve-i'i garagr level in rrear. an, *nd 

thooBint centre iracOKtitte p. *e,.i..x 

Itrug ts retooi.eibic ecynn 

party 5 DjUU 

JOHN ORtRNWlNm 

1341 Bread Pl-rret 



BTOrCO BUNuA(/.>W. POtR 
» and AethraoiD. Jgll On i«io* Pi 



4 K>iOM BUKOALOW. 

frovv e*»h 'I' ll’V fr>. 

if hi»» *'<!> I '..i;' N k #4 



SI FRorCRlY W. 4 .STEU 



Al tfn ( noi' I w atihphom 



* |AX BAY ;.EW RENTRICTTn NCJI- 

* dIVlil. .' N-a five-ruam bnrgalna Juvt 
degrr I kdO *4 ft. Entranra ball tbraugh 
ta cArnmned living ar>d dini"g-raam IT 4 
f 14 . Atirartive /•raplare Oa* flanri T*a 
Urre bedraohia Ik' k 13 ' end 13 ' 4 ' a 4 ' 4 ' 
beih ol'h lire* rla«*tk Unutual bath- 
r*ir« «|i» all tiature* rerveed 1 .arco 
eeni-e hev al'h roomy linen rlaeel CaM- 
net kllrben Ik' g Ik' W're lhan average g 
«ui.>. >**d inace Fii'iehed In (he nat'iral ~ 
«<vuf It ateo ('*• a dininy area Heavy 
air.rg Hall baihroom. kl'rb*'< ihraucheu' I 
b*» Arti"tr 9 r>g (tie Polly olte'ared 
'••‘dry r'v-’n tn*ba*emeni k'ln |>l# flaor 
Iflgh cefheM havement with drtva-ln 
garage Auv-rnei'p heal atib da* end nlaht 
lanlrnU Fl**ir:r ifomeaUc ii<'l aaiar 
Nee laavt and landeraalne A’l f'atnre* 

of an eor-oorikte quality 113 494 To vl«v 

pboh* n 7 tld 

k lAR BAY- 3 m RT'SARlo'mim' BY* 

’ ^ esrr-. fu’iv Bi'dern riv rario hunca 
Ina Oll-O Voi r hear eixtS I"’ elertrit 
lAf.p* *'"( ha' *Bte* Oeraet It b*(*ment 
114 Tkd. EltOd 



MALL L\«MMKR('IAL LOT FAIRLY 
iiSa* la < 11 * criilre U 4 kt) 



3 I orupvriy an Ihei.* Iil*nd Ideal l<.i ^ 
<u..kgkk I’r parnianeiit bomk* lisoal aatai — 
available Whi'a Mndy beaih* Pull prire 
iridk i‘h',M AC onto a. R. Humar t* 
I hell* ts'and 



KOOM NTCrCO BUNUALOW Mul 
ealar nea'ed Partioular* O 13 P 4 



Boorman Investment Co 
mm- Limited 

434 VIEW 8 T^ PTirjNBS BJllt Bale 
M»mNer Real Yetaie Board a( TIklOfta 



ff* 57 CA -FANUOHA AVE. IdO - P 
9^/ D\J rnirner lol auitauia 
aparimen' houa* nr etarei .1 vhII 



U 'Uvl AAANii H nOAO II Mlt-SBl, It 
arret aOawi > i>ar*d gv-d tokl' 
some *D<ali umopr. Fru* italil B 44 IY. 



CASH BUTBR WANTS A HnWSB WT 1 N 
'•a view, up la gllddo rtvaie ph«A* 
174 C*(.*ldu * Mer. I.'d 1113 B'Sad 



CRAIG’S BETTER BUYS 



H Af'KISAOtHS'A.MTFn 



STUCCO BUNGALOW 
HOT WATER HEATING 



ANTBU-ONB OR TWO At-HgM UIVB 
orlr* and Meti">lari Baa > 3 )d, C«- 



A'm-M n-o ala— a kor'gilao taoiRntine 
•r.'<«n'' bill livine-raom «'th hren'a*'* 
(«e badronme ailehen and lour-fle-a bath- 
r«mm. (uH bcv-nenl «:th hot Pa'*r fu* 

r*'» and girvg* tt>f\f\r\ 

All Ui<* far a«>v >OUUv 



FINE WATERFRONT HOMES 



ESOUIMALT 



LUmNOS WANTED 
‘P'lrera Waiting 

ij,' 7 on ROMia Sf all sizes end 

^ t'lfr* In ell oartd at (irtaier Vicu.ng 
If ynu have ori Rerlt far ee'e any plara In 
Eadulmeii oak Bar Bkamrb or Vttiorta 
fitate let uf have oerUeuiara of »*ioa 
L M ROetVBAfi * CO LTD 
ltd Ai'rol Truei Soililing 
111 Vie* Strerl Fboat O M 4 I 



FAflMil FOK RAt 4 



.'r<.>"i 4 led by '.•>( < Ii'iwea. In the Wat 
t'*rt at the munkipdlitv. overloogino the 
••'•rk. Fl*#-rruim hungai'-* •Kb full bee* 
nieni »tt> f-ni. era all in eiretrea: 
ti«n Heparaia aarare i>r>n« tueg Drop- 
*iir In •irderi. (*•>• arid fruit ezCAA 
t'a*A r*a»<N'*b?} pri'-d at ^OSUU 



SECLUSION 



ROTKY romr 

4 FFNOXJMA'mV U ACRRB BlOlfT 
• a fioareo ten made raul'i ettiiy oa ruttl- 
»at*d La.s si varafid-gmotb timuor. 
Th/ee-tvam bsu#a s».ii Ti> it, elacirta 
ligbi. good 0*11 large part, •nirken 
hauaat, *ie. th.ubl* garM* # y CAA 

FrV* $6500 

Fleaaa aek far Reed pajri,«r 
VAU.ANCS * SAWYER LID 
lid SiaughNNa S». Ss**va NMi 
Fb 0 O 4 osdll Sira.bg* S 4081 



On aver an*a*«- at aeriodaj land u itiu 
fir* name Kaa (raniag* a« tbr 

era A tJllf modern buogalaw, and * 
gieet h*v*e ollh •fireplace Oarden veri 
preiry «i|ii varisaa fruit ireet dortCA 
*..o amall Irulu F'lrg $0750 



GORGE 

Nl'iTn t’l' t*(u- *V>ut eaten year* '•Id 
■-'•mpnamt Helng-roam *Mh O P end F P 
tan l,#rlrnAm* lour-ntee* balhroom kit- 
>h#n *'•<1 ncK<k full heiemert («rn<«# 
arxl karape Nice girflen bn. PmoeMlnr- 
jn^une .#ek 



I JY OWNIR SMALL HOMS. UK A 7 KU 
*' beautifully auodad an* avecluokmg 
•ea. aff Adifiiraii Road Particularly *imed 
I* retired ruuple nr ten enmei. faige ..v- 
ind-rvom i«.> amalt badreomt amaO gai 
den Price Id dOd. Apply B 4 IJ 1 



AR PAY neViMUB HOME. PAP- 
lleularv N 4011 

AK BAY RPVKNUB ROME PaRTICU 
lar* P*n 3 > 



CITY 

WALKING DISTANCE 

five •.fil'd NUh'IALOW Thie biMie I* 

In Very <i|re ehiCbe T-'rla aru) out Taler 
I'ltk lha Plica aaked la 

"hly $3700 

CaU Mr lAint. Yvaa B 40 IT 



SAANICH ARM 



FERNWOOD ROAD 
$2250 DOWN 

comracieblo otder trpe K<iiitai'« ot 
oome fun baaao'OOi *Hh ne* fur- 
tau-dry ramei and lube Np* 
d rorf CInea la yiarm aivd but 
I dnwn and biiatico aa E iYCA' 
or cakh ot’.ea of 9^' JV 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

Idll DOUGLAS STREET 



IN OAK BAY-k-ROOM BUNOAt/yW 
1 arrund 4 f dOd; haee 44 304 lo ihveti 
Cell b*t*een 4 and 4 o m 0 4 T 31 



1 y -alrs Dairy farm clusb in, oh 
■ O bua lauM. Tv«ri-f<eu« SWdern bun- 
galea, iirarte "A bOCb Rn° da ry. Amp.a 
oater awpp>y Other nurbui>ai«,gt puu 
peua gtkOD*.. enme lirmi •• ack aqulp- 
mjcit available Ratal oaa utiqiUta |>E. 

4 - ACRE FARM MkAMS HOURS. CRtCK# 
er. nuickc*. c ic tight aata*.^ Mi-nu o 
eircte Seme ie«p« X) M Wtfila. Scar- 
baraush ^d _S B_| Rnyai Obk 



■firvla^UE PROPERTIES 

inon PORT ST Or<a mtfiia to Sue A 
tubvianiial huild">g a 'l.ia^ing ore «e:f. 
rooiaineif four-r>nim t'llie. rent Md. >eo 
l^ee-reom awite* aharing a baibroam 
Ml M. tingle roam and (ntlet reni 43 A 
TWai 4133 40 . All ttriiev urilurinei'-eii 
Tar, ante aupplv o*a fuel. 4 J .144 eznCA 
•10 handle Full priio $0750 

Calt Mr. Laltiff. Bvaa. B 4847 



QUEENSWOOD 

•( 4 *« Kt/ully tread land Wg 



eaterrfm Haiiaa |*ta a)> (he lun. and le 
romo :*<4 > •h't iHkurieoajy fyrr.lahad 
isddy t«r oeoapanvy 



L. M. Roseveor & Co. Ltd 



iaiik hat Paler Dr ve in garage fruit ^fPIRg REALTY CO- LTD • 

T 1 (!» hnuee ha* eiyrv ronvenitnre 33 d Pemiicrtan Bldg* tflg*' e var 1 

reC i. d 4 ) Odd Full prlca so* only ^ ( )** f 

■r U 1 J Schram otiva FAIRfttlD mWTlMCT 

Owivn - JDBY' plin^rrat. LCtY HOOM HOMB. NEAR BFArmN Rttt 

GW.NER OH WGLIgMITON BTRSTT pr»'» * $8500 --- 

taouimait, i-r'/ara buigaiu*. a meat 

P'ice M 4 S( leriyik Applv B IIJT PORTSOS INt ET 



LAKEFRONT COTTAGE 



A SAANICH 
BUNGALOW* 

FOUR ROMMS AND BATHROOM 



“ r» 4 d - -dCbaiad O'. <*1 1411 ih lha R(,i,:.,.d dl. 

iM<< T*b r*hm* and 4 iieebirg pareb 
1 Svcirann -lam* «i'b 1 a*, rpen firepiare 
mrnt on apprui ' ov acre frlce Oblr 
dt feed lan<l Mu - 1 b* talr(v 
r’c'# ta arhool and iti, 

|7 9 S 9 

MngarD 1 -eecim naiv* nr »td»- 
bv-rida dup.ei- Owed garaa* 
otM-a'ldi • 

ib>ma ynur llatlad* *o U* Wr.al.i 
ermth ib Cb, 1131 U ankiiord SI 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

Rtol VotuFi Since 18M7 



CTTY A good clean hoove Walkliu 
lAhea Ton auliee rant tor |kk au^ 
rismi fur tha n*«er on tho # ^ 
ground flcMr Priea $4 



$1200 

AN INVITATION 
OPCTJ FOR INSPECTION 

F'llly mu^era five rnr>m bungaia* piih a 
fuU baeamrnt Hei hardwood fkaor* in lha 
itrihg-rocio and iwnerie pjencii doart 
(.‘on tiyino-rwom noen nni* pane 4 '« 
• 'tve of fine la«d *i<h large rvwmaar •/ 
begrifiA. JruU true never fa<ti-g alream 
•"*! '••Y* iwdl ThI* pfAperi* M aooei 
a raomed bieogaia* «lih baeament an>t rne in«pe<itar> ard ir t iMated on lha oait 
fursacr. preteracty near Oak Bar Aven- • *<dt of tti« Wr*< (laanirh Read. mile 
Term* Mild ce*h end gmi m»nth!' -crord lUyal Oak •vex 

Whai nave you t-> Mte*7 Fag* a FMtnriai f rica $ I .Ac 500 



a clean randltlan Inatda aid out 
garden lot* tome (nut tree* and 
lava, thrubk. flawerA tegeiable 
oik. Bueiitaol oioa on atira 
upktairt It vaniM Lo* tavea 
to a tiomediaia poaeevakon ciiy 
Naar aehoola. bua and fluraa 
't AH raah 1 



FRUIT FARMS - DA tRY 
FARMS - MIXED FARMS 



PANDORA AVE - Nina Mvoina - ravani 

f votilhiv Tuiea gtli. 4 ) 348 dnvn 
• nra larma. • - 

Frfeo $6 

Call Mr Hovtr nr Mr Baadhaai 
Evea CWldolU 131 U 



HOWARD B, CRAIG 

Meovbar ot the Real Betato Board | 
CORNER VIEW AND QUADRA | 
PICE- a 3333 EVBNIN 08 . O lltli 



M AcToa o-ro*m l..-uea armpleta ig evotg 
da<aii avert (p geidMi tm.ia aerna 

liTenC'^k $22,000 

II Arrao 4 -roa«p houad Rptapiiid eherry 
jarkbarj I.ra. en. $16,800 



' ni/BN«IOE AHEA 'CTTk > 

/ «OST FOUn-RUOU HOMS ON A LARUE 
' gi'dao U(, oil la tegetablei. (niiia 

^3850 

JOHN OREBNWOCtO 
mt iiroad air* 4 t •* 



PRICE: $3950 



COOK smaVT - Nine ro^k Oarage Ne* 
ennper plpa* and elackrte ewnduU 
P*«r , rrmma n«( owner Revenue 144 
•Pdnlhly Term* 

Prtno $7350 



L. M. ROSEVEAR & CO 
LTD. 



lyyvely rreom itivcro bungaM* of four 
ronma plue wtllitv roaot Cnirtnce hall. 
Hving-roMU 3 badrouma Wwir rabirvet 
klU-han a 'id I oteva Pombroki baihronoi 
Baporata mdUhltvs §•(•€« *(14 EYaCA 
beoutiful grounila and oarden $* -jaU 
Plaom Aek for Mr VInL Bvenlnga B 141* 



vllAllMDIU 1 RGGUB 



, hAMlLy NGUb 

1 ;,.V Upvwu* three bedroom* 

«lP*kU, bout, eeoorata 
kodft Fun eemeni beeameni Oil-O-Iiatu 
jy**’?- ABd tortofna m- 

tiuded Wired far fa-.g* Oarage Clear 
3 >4 4 vaekdare Franl St Maraaral't 



5LAND INVESTMENT 
CO. LTD. 

M TIWW vr. FHONE 0114S-1 



Ker & Stephenson, Ltd 

d« OOVERNMENT ST 0 4 



It Actea 4 -room houoe C«MPpleu 1 

cowrom Coo*, impiomtau. good pua 

fyeatir.g 4380 B I T C 

monthly $ I O. J 

for (orthar M/ormofMS on aop ef 
abuve luiii Kan Uaa or Jnab Chmmon 
O 1114 — Svenlngt I 447 } 



FYNANDAL SURYET UMITEO 

t rROStVTVY RBGUUkSO FOR OENl'tNI 
ebaiM vompan four or nve-rwom b*m- 

] alo« bakeman* a neeeaaitv Oak Bay 
Uirtck prelered FrKr* orcruad 41 0*0 
Cwitort S W AndeRwn. O d 4 dt, Svga 

1134 riavanuaaM Street 
S 1413-1 *3*4 



FAIRFIELD 



y 7 HARM 1 NU LCHATIOK. CLOSE TO CITY 
\ and uonaporuuon In eaclativa reet- 
daniitl diHrtrt An aumrdiva ranrh-typ* 
ui *22 ** ••Ttdio ot 



METCHOSIN 

rodmod mUacn. HM and onkd oaier. 
. tiAk. cbMktn bouao Admit S aera 
•4. lanvtd. Bua pakata 



Ftea-ronm bungnto*. rlnaa ta (ran*r>aetd- 
Dan. eanilfitni of Itelng-roam. 4 ln(nf-i 
rpMB. t*e bedroome. klteben ond 1 -ptaoa 
bath Full bakanvanl oUh bol-otr furnaea 
Compitteir radeeavaiod tnaMa and lUnrt 
jA^ il .» wlU handl. j^ 5 QQ 

GRANGE ROAD I *•» \ 

fv te 11,..*^^°° ■ HILLSIDE AREA 

Lsvaiv (lea-r*amad aturrn bundola* )w( a 

r^iawlad and rea> 1 v far ncupanrv .fhee-rnom aemt-bungalow. rtoae tn achool 
TBroqjh bnU. flive large Uving'mnm with arid boa Full baeeniaril *llh hM-atr fJr-| 

S Mtora •Indo*. moroaav Utad firaplaaa nsea AU radanoraiad Irwitda and d«t 
ifilng.nMm- afl oUb vak flonr* T*# Separata garage Thlt Roma la tn etval-l 
roB«y bedrneaae M«d«rn kUthen •Uh'leni rondiiinn and oellind (or only 4 * 74 # 
(IM aink. lovpiy MM baihfmm boa-mrM with 41 344 down and balance ttk* reni 
and futnara with heat ko all rrMik Larg* Eve* . Mr. Vim B gllL or Mr Toder. B 3338 
high' forty Int *tOi line flow In qnTei' 

rural OHrymindlnga but clnya to b«a llpr' ' 

151 ‘f. I 'zr";r DcMawdsley & todbr 

TEa obnva caeh nayneent will handle with. DC At T'V 

resnontOD monlhiy pavmrnld for the bal- i\C.^L. I T 

aneo Subeiantlal rodurlion for ail aaeh ,,, n anei ' 

Of OoneMaratioB will bo given I* on *■ CENTRAL BLDO O tS*! 

rhanga os niy bualaoao KOC/T/T 

property. Fvlee $ 7 ^UU 

Floaee Aak for W Jonoa 



ARTHUR E. HAYNES, 
LIMITED 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

ldS 3 GOVMindENT rTREET 

G8124 



llTMALT -JdODERN. WATERFRONT 
>ma. Pvt rewwM. outomatU heat ' 
411 748 OND I 



PICTURESQUE 
COUNTRY HOMES 



$3500 



ALBERT HEAD 
SEAFRONT 



$2500 



SECLUDED 



EXTRA LARHE OAROBN 

SEVEN-ROOM HOME 

TWO EATinUXiklE 
FULL BABBME3VT 
OARAOB 

FULL $7000 PRICE 

H. W. MILLER & CO. 

I4S4 OOYBRNMBNT CT- e FMOWE O 4ddl 

araoe. ^o 

•od VI »RC ’ • . . 

E.fb( milM| 

$3000 FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 

BEABONdRLl PRICED - I BSOROOMB 
NEW RANCM-rrrs atmoALow 
Hr woodod BRAXS ROOF. 0& MEAT. 



Hylond, Thomos & Collin 

•7f TATBS ST FMONSS 9 UK. ■ 471E 
Membara VMUrto Real re'ota B-car# 



WATERFRONT 
NORTH SAANICH 



SMALL FARM 



Efbiinta. BS3S3 



Wllh a •'.eiham eapaaura and eonvenloBt 
baerh aoptaaah A ea«ha4ad propony of 
•pprov two a«rat Fivo-room bapfoln* U 
{fwariolly boUt wllh ailvdciire doMgn and 
•fua feolu/oi In fUMah ni'd ewnttrutiu'n 
fneola'ed end hat iwa baihraarme wn- 
limitvd wetar moNv Fine lawn and tond- 

i«*:fw‘;r $16,000 



mENCH IMVrVTlOM 
Ths bsyonti was DSLindd for th« 
city of BspomM. mncf. wtNrt th* 
wdBpofk WBS Ddvdktpsd ta ths 17Ud 
cdatury. 



BUYERS— LOTS OF THEM! 



BERNARD & CO, 

B5316 



AH N Dna eoeidutoa. ,Our B*BW)art(f U Increoalnp dally Buyer* 
- ara making in eoeiekapUy leakini lar 
home* tn nil dUUMU. ne w*U aa larmt 
and uul-nf-lown prapertlea Tbart le aiee 
a demand tar rerenud BmBvrty CaptMt 
‘ ■' »o dr* eelllng Your* 

'* want. Our aBBarf- 
•(wad pypimrir mas wUI anil 00 yw«. 
Inepe f k If. taka all datnlle apd pho««- 
traoh II Aar ndyfee vow may rfhulrt aa 
• Altwaaal le f reefy gteaw Vwu may 
no« eell Your wwp b«me aa eaey aa (be 



aEN LAKE 



DUPLEX 



KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

p«4 ooYsmndXNT vr d<t 

Aad (pg Mr J Wodaoki 



|,'*OUR ROOMS AND BATHROOM OF 
* rvnk frwoop al 44*4 44. 4 room* dovw 
fne avnar • cp»e/\ 

Frier , $5950 

FAOrS FirrORlAL REALTY I 
4**_Fon FtraH B klj#! 

f^'Otm-RCJOungUBGAUlw' TWO 0000 - 

5 ktoad bodrwom* lit na-raam wiih apen 

nrepln^ Oand *M tj cban. 3-pca bnkb- 
(8w« FWO comtpf baacmeni VKh rursore 
New reef Ramy >p toad eohdlttna thrauph 

opt AiSing pnee 44 NO No opoeU pieaa* 



SOUTH OF OAK 
BAY AVENUE 



8 BONo-aeeker I hare n dale with Onela •• iPi’UadtoUly If 
Sam and my hama ta fur kola. foriMahed or . *• _ . .y e ‘ 

onfumietiad. bM profarwblr rwmltfcad 11 * 
ta nnt weyatd E*ary<M«e ****** tbl* 
la a ba*a(tru| MaiJen in vtpw R<*yei and u 

a rwal brvaly h>mM with i*lf#-H#ed Being. 

rwwm. larae ^arnam with welb-hi cMbav nett Nreu* Oop' 4 forgot - Utara M oa 
c'aoM, Ferp>nw4a bo(h. aaMoN kdctiaw. vammloalwn ko pay Daly a vory pomlual 
dipetio and Otmte rm*m tot Idp’ v IW “ rbarged ,(*r dltpiarln« K ta aur 
with harwifni *r##e end raekerieo Tlwte •f*«»2*‘'*d H. vnpplitng 

It a gwetf hauM and garaga Mdlfw (• *1 Wo ootN ifcom 

baaemon* The forwNor* ta gm»d Brit'ih , ^ 

TiVta mo. KeteMatpp, Maaon-RIt^ C*-] 
lental-atvla. ofoPn and ompteow .athe* 
lBln#a #3 4P0 *(1 bandia, (• roapMWlbl* 
people might *y*P lata kata I (blnk 4h<* 
m a rmd yatw*' New n la wp M opu Can 
ma and PMbo on aopoNtmec'l In aao H 
orfko hn«r0 amly. E4314 E IgSd ooentno* 



CALL RALPH, G 2349 



Owner leotina lot Ecigidnd ond iiuaf 
oetl Ihia uell ewneiiiKted bungoln* 
Nmomino livtno-rwum with ftrvoloeo. 
loebm. ihrwr badronma and bathrmtm 
fu'l cemecil baaemarM hoi -air Wood 
fhmaca. drlN-lo parage 

Frtee only . $6/50 



QUICKIES 

'Bf Kwr 



HAWKE?' FOSTER. LTD 

1414 DOUGLAS ETRXET. VICTORIA. E C 
E mi: E 1143 



LAKE KILL 

A nALF-Acms or finery oarden 

• V grownd, fruH ireoa givd emnll froiu 
NM* buwiaw*. (Mr raime and Wih, ae. 
rncpi kaeemoiit and rwmaea garwM. OU 
rari* and Ma of dr? wood In^udkM. te- 
medlate eaeiiinoo. Rail eaab haivdtoo 

XTr: $5500 



SOOKE DISTRICT 
BY THE SEA 

teew bpeipniaw. MtM Ipieeiwr 
I' j oeorod ppvwb ovroM frwnk 
ildbk. wall waiar )gg foot oiwi- 
kiarf^k^ RReme. 



BERNARD & CO. 

blamdar Real ^*(* Beard ef VMtael* 
•3S FORT ETRtNT FHONE E U 



bath and (eU*( f 
•alb frokN ntr 
^eaane Ayennn. 
apen'e. pfruee 



QUADRA 

Na« iiacco bungelow. oXrw-NOdim. (•« 
bedreupR. hardwoed noara. lapaainid 
• aim uaran In baoemowi Modarwu down 
oaypkemL balAMO aD on s * * W 1 A AAA 
•tMo for soot offwi . . . $ i ^rUUU 

CLOVERDALE DISTRICT 

Wortuns Bmn'i hooM. m (rilli bpi oaod 
enppd bplMins- St* reima baaament. Tor- 
nooo. gwrodo. kitahon moge Ooud garden 
and rrun traoa. Il.ldi (MU r d CAA 
baadM. Frhw ... $43UU 



THE CANADA HOME AND RS’ 
PROPERTY DISPLAY SALES »■"«■ 



$5950 



POR BAIX ET OWNEIL RTOR QUADRA 
A Ravawily eonttnerkad and auractiet 
Cahferain-dypa bwngama EaaliNd laoo- 

Iton (taaa to (ronapnriation IV* bod- 
g—- .?*J if ** E ^**^*S» dUlRyyooM FhS 
pyke*. 4S.FN pbomr Albion mq 

t.’^R SALE — FOUR - RCXM 'eTP TO 



$1600 TO HANDLE 
Etquimolt^ThrtR 6«droomt 

eCXAA ~ Rkiro tw* hvcinded. ylgbi 
fOOUv frail irooe and tno gmrdao 
Ronddlaw niminliie II a 14 llvtag-rmtm 
with Srwplac*, family dtninc-ruom rabhiyi 
ktikhao oith Inlahl (No and braabbaat 
» u»t. a nd I badrenm* TRN4I8 Wmi 
OWNER Flena* rail Idr. FoirWd. EDit 
iReonlnga. Bdddli. 



I IN THE COUNTRY 

Ckdoa tn Mialtayod e*uo dMH bo 
tw USgtld faak- toww Read voR- 
Und Rmrirkc hght and Mpnd • a 
.•etav oenBnM* FRSCR $ I 



vAtb"s:t. •Kss? iR g ygs i attention* 

fTFLANDs-iF ungE B iw) IN uF- OAK BAY HOUSE OWNERS 

l ' m«MB peapWl? dod'k faS w aaa (hN ' 

naw haueo *•• opam (pv yodr tamyartlun Ra«» pimalni _ buyer (wr • ar S room 
BU room* OB OBO noov An ■■garhinKe bw wl ow Baulb of (ha AetBpa aro'^M 
(o bam d ir ov d froN ovnor. oKr utm. 48 m Fkenaa aad Inr Idr Irwip. 

FbOk ia O NFI _ , 

BROS. LIMITED 

bmeh on tho taland Vara*' p mm ELANEMARD FT FRDWE EtlM 4 



ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
& CO. LTD. 



«h M odarn b-room pamy-fwrnmhod 



GOODSELL REALTY 

m FUflERTOR EU30. 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

tiki DOVULAE SmiRT 




9 



Maynard & Sons 



Aurtlonrrrv Hliirc 19tZ 



Rna nce-Ownnier ce-Markcls 



i‘*I)isaster Trend 
IS in Eorope 



20 



T>M(b7, May U, IU9 lUlU^ (ColoitUt 



We will aell at our <£aIe«rooma, 
731 113 JOIISKON tlTIlKKT 



New York Slocks 



UniOHHOW, It.'iO 



AM. THr 



.Moilfrn Sfc1«*rl 



FURNITURE 

antKEFFECTS 



NEW VORK. May# - The 
intock Market airuck a aelllnf ana# 
In t^e llghleat tradlnc aeaalon In 
I two months. Beset by preaaura of 
liquidation which provided moat of 
I the day's scant activity, prices 
'mured luwer by fractions - to ex* 
tremAi of a little over a point. 



D«*tr* ecu 
tHUm fu« [.AS* 
DKSfnatM R L. 
Deo* MiAM 
Oonkid* 

Du**r 

K*M Crwt Ofl 
Le*u< 

r.«ti MaUrtw 
X«i>t aulbvsn . 
R<l*na 
RtlecArnaxt 
fonU>u:« 



n 

M 



*1 .Moilirrul Slorki) 



SV 



14* 

341 

«3 

400 



34* 

>40 

to 

>00 



FrokUhir 

'Tk. 



Thirty IndiulrlaU, 175.17. off 3S. 
Twenty railroads. 47.35, off .13. 
l-irteen ullUties, SSA5. off .#4. 



Uiant'* 

OImO* o.>^ 

Ood* US? 
OMlden M4nil«« 
OoX iMd Minrt 
H*;dro«S 

Hi«r«o>>d aatte* 



no no 



M 

US 

to 

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? 

n 

349 

344 

00 

400 

310 

3SS 



MONTREAL. May 9 -^Trading 
cooUnued at a crawl near the final 
hour on the Montreal . Stock Ex* 
change and Curb Market. Indus* 
trials slipped Into lower poaltldns. 
while mines were mixed Papers and 
metals were easier. 



\ 



ancoiiver 



Slock.s 



<H*oai lDV4>Un*BU. Ud ) 
OILS 



ISO ^ 13« 



10 

It 

111 

St 

I* 

.so 

n 

V 



RkhardMo A Ltd * 





Bid 


Ark *8 


Cm Ib«*>* fund 




408 


C4I. BaBk ol Ceram 


31', 


33*h 


Uomimon (l■'1h 


3t 




Imprriat Bonk 


30 


‘ 


Banc nf HaeuraJ 


31H 


31 ‘k 



Ar>4*«nd4 
Ahcto-Ceii 4d i4n 


.n S'd 
* It 

400 


ArkfU 

11 

4 4b 


A P c«a 




34 


Allaniir 


71 


74 


Bitiuh Oemiatea 


3k 


31 


car Cerp. 


t 4fl 


• 48 




.40 


roiaerth 


lb 




Orntibl ixtue .. 
Cewmoil 
Caa>a>e, pralU) 


5» 

35 

U 


1 t8 

40 


Ovlltoubi* 

l4,t t*dM 

mMbttU .' 


37 
34 
S BO 




ninbr Oil 


•7 


to 






1 


SMUf 


13 


we^^ 




- . .18 






33 




Ok«lta 


1 41 


3 41 


PtiR 


1 73 


3 M 


ftoyel Car.AdibB 
flpnr.nrr 4 


01', 

Jt 


33 


8unt*> a 


,17 


It 


aupet'or 


43‘« 


44 


VeiTc'i# 


31 


3t 


IlDybUii 


. 7 05 


1 to 



OENCVA, May » W A\ereU 
Harrlman today told the United 
Nations Economic Commission for 
Europe that Western Europe, under 
the Marshall P^n, has brought the 
'land toward disaster" to a halt 
.irfrtevenied It 

“R«^l»ery ts no longer In duubt," 
said Harrlman. roving United Biaie# 
Ambassador for the European Re- 
covery program 

At the same time. Harrlman urged 
rXDsi'ded trade between Eastern 
and NS^tem Europe. 

Thf commUsi''o is composed of 



Belter 

r 



cjLilnueU in deuiauj umujj niJdcr- 
alc tradli'g the bond market Per- 
petual' 3 1 sere a shade better, and 
offerings acre sraree. Corporations 
lacked feature in dull dealings. 



Rf I>. C. f5ILl.lAMd I 

1 'wiiat Is wTx>n|^ with thU sen- 
tence? "I dislike that sort of a 
person.* 

3. Wluit Is the correct pronouncia* 
Uon of "Juiep"? 

3 Which one of these words is 
nilsspelledf Adequacy, adege, ad- 
hesion. 

4 What dues Uie aotd ‘'senUetu-y" 



mean? 



•Jw 



5 What is a wurd beginning with 



FOR SAF» t'VrilNG 
MONTREAL <?• -The Lauren* 
ltaii..Optimui ha^ aimounced 
plans to coat 10.000 bicycles here 
with light reflectlruf tape Club 
members sav the tape reilrcts a 
bright glow from hoadUfhU of ap* 
pmaching cars making u easier tor 
the driver to spot the cyxllst ahead. 



Total aha/cw. 



Prom the homes of the well-known 
E<>tatea as advertised for our antique 
sale. 



(H A HiimMr. Ltd.) 



Mahogany 



1*1 nem^. 






xage, Pictures. Blrd's- 



Pumlture, Wall 



complete. Chests of Drawers. Ward- 



Bed. 



!« KANf.rS 



Such as Si 
and Coal 



Hatiges. Oil- Burning* 







Claw 


Amrriebn Cen 












Amrr:rbo 8ai*Ii*r 




44«« 














Auhiton fbpvk* 




•4 > 


brUilrbtm B(4*l 

era 




MS 

13 






33 S 






33 • 
33>« 


















Er.* a H 




I3S 












11'* 


















In'l lUrvetrr 




M"** 




















N*v Yurk Cent/bl 




lA’* 












US 




'4 


















44>« 


P-..H 8*0 N J 
















nibrid Cbiir 


- - . 


<V« 



ettea. Camp Stoves. Hcatef*. Plre 5*;?"!,- •,*,„* 
Baikets. Poki'f' Table. Scales, Man* 



tel Clocks. Toilet Sets. 

FIllN.A, (ll.ASS. ETC. 



r*i Kd'inn 
ith«rn Aallvsy 
Tfi»* ref* 

Ouibn Carbid* 

Union PorUlr 

Bevernl part *et4 Llmoge. Bouillon turned surrift . . 

Cup*. Tea fieu. PJa'edwafe. Oma- *^*'‘«* w 

ments, Itra.'Jiware. Cameras, Kll- 

cluMware. almo't new Hoover c i 

Vacuum Cleaner* and Partn. g(«od I riTOIllo Sl*ll*k** 
W'ardrobe and Plat TrQtika. 1941 



*• 

I* 

49 

31‘i 

>3 

>4 

>0‘. 

II'. 

34 

31 

44S 



TORONTO. May 9 ff -Western 



Hoarr 

Hudtor Bar 
tnspirotian 
InU Urantjin . 
Jorfenir* 

Joliet OuetMv 
Xenville 

i err AedUon _ 
itKland Lak* . 
lake Dufoilt 
tak* Lirvinta . 
takeU>*re 
t skr Wma 
Lsmaqne 
tave CidlllM 
L«di.r*Wei( OtI 
t.e'teA 0«ld 
r HUe L«no Lao. -- 
Louvtr«grl 
Maes*** 

MarLead Coekahutt 
Madian Red Laki 
Ua'Sftlr ri r 
MrtntrT* Riifr iVla* 
UrKenile Red Uk* 
Mininc Contn 
Mon*t* Rareuain* 
National Pe'e 
N»«>u 

Ne* ratumot 

Nf« Jason 

Near r#*:ia 0(U 

Hirhiil^fj 

Nnrsnds 

Normetal 

NtrM, Rise Oil . 

O'Brien 

Ckalt* M's 

Osi-ko lake ._ 

earine Pete 

Pa^o IP Parruplue 

paentaater 

*e*id Oreille 

Perron 

PUkle Cr<p» 

plot eer Oold 

P*v«eil Rogvn 

Pre«*on fail Dphd4 

Qurn*' Labrador 

Qotera’nn 

QvjpRW'nt 

Refrrfitl 

Rosana CMl* 

RufBlI'eOtIa 

Ran Amonle .. . 

Seiia'uf Ri><irn ... - 

aneep Creek 

Rt.erfUt-Oordnn .. 



n 

«3'» 

r 

S4S 

4 

37 



•ant of Toronto 
At'ai Btre: 
AbltiW. Cem. . 
AblilM. Pfd 
A!kona Steel 
Aiuaiintua. Con. 
AiunmuM Pfd. 



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II'. 

13't 
ll'a 
4J , 
II'. 
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lift 



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40 



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ill 



lit 


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113 


111 


Bril Trirvhan* 


37 


Brbtll'an Trbctiea . 


Its 


14'* 


I4'a 


B A Oil 


J*'* 


3t 


40 


B C. ^r«it erv8. 


3*« 


495 


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Bievn. Cem. 


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43 


Br«vn, eid - . 


■5 


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lot 


Brvrk Mil 1 - A'* 


1' 


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7t 


BnKk Mil'* "B" . . 


t*i 


14S 


14’, 


Bu'Idinc Vrad 




SIS 


35t 


Bulalb Oflid 


. ll'k 


148 


144 


CbD. Dabi fluobf 


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US 

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34'. 

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3 



Eastern Euruf Earlier today It 
hear# a report from Its Executive 
Secretary. Ounnar Myrdal. to the 
effect that lomeihlng U wrung with 
the ecnnomlc pliuintnf of both Esal 
and Weite 



U) please 'T 

ANSWERiK 

1 Omit a. 2 Pronounce joo-lep. 
e ju In bet. not Joo-{^. 3. Adag^ 




MISTS 



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ateomah'p. Com. .. 
Bleanlhlp. P(d 
Cement 
Brevertea 
Can BroflM. com. 

Can Car * Pdrr Com. 
Can Caianeet 
Can. Dtedee A- Dock 
Can tnd Alesbol 
Can loeoinottf* .. . 
CP39 

Can mpker* 

Coekthutt Pl-iV 

Cfriam Alrnltal 
Con. Paper 
Cofit'imer* 0!a<i 
nut lUer •-Rea* rams 
Horn BrM»# 

Dem Knoineartne 
Dorn pdriee Si Rleel 



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13‘. 
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Tettllre 



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710 



SI 

701 



lit 



We^UnghrNjse, Elcrtrlc Refrigerator. *hnwW signs of firming on the 
Wa-.h IhuMQ ’li-ilef Tank. Toronto Stock Exchancp Ba-ie met- 



Ret ord 'Player: Orgap. Underwuod 



aU slipped steadily. Papers and utUl* 
'tea dipped fractloru. A few snuU 
gold Ufues with uranium pmapf'.i 
held the bulk of attenWon the 
gold board. ^ 

tvoisraiAL ArtTiON^lJ- 
, <Ha<*r Inret'.mente.^td > 

B;-k( Aaked 

An uriilkually Urge morning sale iSuib}' fi'io pid 
will cnmrhenre lmn)edlatply follow- Aradia' ai* suaar -A 
Irig sale of 
automobile. 



T> pewrlleV.' EU*’ 

10:00 \.M. S'AI K 

1931 NA.SIf AMHASSADOR 
In ftoad C'ondlilnn 
(With KAdiri. Heater and Engine 



Overhaul > 



POWIR (T LTIVATOR 
IMI ROYAL K.SFIKLti a wllFFL 
llFI.IVFRV 



Aim Including: ('aaapy 



the -Bho'^w-mentlOnet] A)*<>ma r:*u 
A lutninnm ^ 

; Aaberio* 

Aihdovn Kardvar* “A” 
Reatlf BmM 

Re ) Telephene 
Draeilian Traeltoa 
Briirk Mill* "A ' 

Rr<jrk 34111a ‘ B" 

Garden Toreit 

hRlng. Garden Table wIUi Umbrella Sc pJ^ver "A" 

Pi>le. a aelrcllon of ujseful Pumlture, ‘ r*«>»nt com. 

iurh as Chesterneld Suites. Con- Drev*”e'« 
vert.di and Upholstered Chairs. r*n car a Paondre com 
Console Radios. Dining-Room Pur- 
nlturp and Itreakfa.4t Bela. Double can waamahipt Ptd 
and Hlngle Bedi. Bpriifta and Mat- f?" C;""!!! i t. 
tresses. Ladlen' and OenU' Bicycles, ran Cann*** « • 
Kitchenware. Ic# Refrigerator. c*ian».* 

Ranges, Heaters, Sawdust Burner, cln r»ian*M ii m Pid 
a very large selection of Garden .o**> ou 
Eqiiipmem which Includes Wheel- cpn 
bsrrowH. U»wn M>>«#rA. all Tools cmiaoiidatad pa»*r 
•nd H.«,,...iiuh i^„. B*ddins- . 

Out PUntA, nhruba. Vegetables, Etc niMiiia'i-fVBtram* 

_ _ Dorn Rriii** 

Bee Tomorrows Papers for Further n«ti 
Paruculara- 

- «drt» "A 

1 P»rd of Canada "A" 

AlAVNAlin A AON8 IPraitr Cm 

a*. ... , . ... <1a<l>ifa\i Povar 

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IXDNDON. May 9 'Beuterx'.— 
Major price movemenia on the 
London Stock Exchaaep were few 
and far between. Quin condltlnru 
exlAted In all Mctlona. and the cur- 
rent levels were never really tested 
British Government long-dated 
stocks met small selling and de- 
clined There was a tagging ten- 
dency to the leading Industrials. 

Cloalngs: Babcocl^ A Wilcox. 72i 
9d: BootA Pure Brug. 54s 4'id. 
CPR I17S. Central Mining g)9S; 
Consolidated Gold Pieldi. 5fta 9d. 
CourtAuldx. }7i 4 'id: Hudson's Bay 
Co, 75 a; Imperial Chemical. 40f 
9d. MetAl Box. I92s «d. Mexickn 
Eagle. 15«: Rflnd Mines. 105s 

Bonds' British 2S per cent Con- 
sols. British 3'* per cent War 

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son. Allan Joynson, B J. Forster. 
Hugh Allan and J. 8 Mahony left 
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the West Coast Road, xlx miles from 
Jordan River. 13 hours later. They 
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jof Commerce Urgent need for com- 
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Canadian dollar was down 1-1 of a 
cent at a discount of 4 7-8 per cent 
in terms of United SlAtex funds in 
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at 14 03 1-4. 



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NEW YORK, May 9 t>Fi.- Copper 
today was quoted by a leading cub- 
tom smelter at II penta a pound. 
Connecticut VsJ^y This was a hatt- 
cent lower than Saturday, and a 
total drop of 5 1-3 cenu since 
March 39. 



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Twenty industrials. 170 30, off 03 
Twenty golds. 90 53. off XI. 

Ten base malaU, 87.M. off .95. • 
Fifteen Weateni oils, 51 27, ofl J4 
ToUl. 765 000 

MONTREAL 

Twenty Industrials. 130 3, off 8 * 
Ten uuntlea. 73 6, off !). 

Thirty combined. 104 4. off 4. 
Fifteen golds. AY 45, off 65. 

Ten papers. 395 43. off AS. 

Total. 175J00. 






05’ 



MONTREAL. May 9 CF. — The 
Cnnaolldaled Mining and flmelting 
Company of Canada. Ltd„ an- 
nounced a t-rent reduction to 13 3-4 
cents a pound in Its doroeaUc lead 
prices. 



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for heating purposes in the sixth 
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Georgian Silver 



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In an almlaw manner For a time 

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of KlLSllARM 
Ills F*rt Ktreet 
WHERE THE SAIJI IS 
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Ss fded gralfla slumped a bit. Even 
2’,^ that distinction was erased later 
:'when wheat declined and com ad- 



WINNIPEO. May 9 CF. — The 
Canadian Wheal Board announced 
an export pGce of 1390 a bushel 
for flax. twsU Ho. 1 CW. Grade at 
the Lakehead— 30 cents below the 
price the board pays producers. 



Winnipeg Grain 



WINNIPEG, May 9 IP — The 
United Kingdom w 



vanred. 



WV**L— 

allocated Mar 
1.300.000 bushels of wheat under the 



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Canadian agreement In export bual- t>^ 

— 



ness reported on Winnipeg Grain m** 
Exchange India was credited w: 
taking 350.000 btuhela, and a small d*' 



lot of orhrat was taken by Honduras 



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MONTREAL. May 9.-W. C. Fltt- 
fleld Ar Co., Ltd. has sold an addi- 
tional limie of $3,000,000 B C. Tele- 
phone Company 3% per cent ftrat 
mortgage bonds, due 1971. 



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WINNIPFO. May 9 ifcib.— The 
ii«H action of the United Btatex In de- 



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iats iws iM’k clarlng flax a surplus commodity, 



RlUillAWS the AITTIONEER8 
tlllPwrt OM41 



W. D. Palmer 

«.| , I ~T & Co. Limited 

Kilsnaws Auctioneers Aacuoiwe« and Apprai.et« 



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thereby closing that •market to Ca- 
nadian producers, is coraldered pne 
of the fflctore underlying the Cana- 
dian Wheat Board’s action today 
aelUng an eifftort price of 13 10 a 
" Ills bushel for flax— 30 eenta telow t^e 
, price the board payi producers. 



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•f ho* kidaayi kalpvd la daar away Uaad 
wM vicaaa indi rbBgbt. 
h*ri*riw. hbadariw. af ■■aip db- 
a»aiar«d. DadFo Kidwy Fla cMdan 
aabwHial ada aad Mdwbal byidiw to 
tk*l art de w d y i^mm dw * ' * 
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DoddkKidntY Pills 



THE 

Auction Sale 



Auction Sale 



I Wood. Gundy A Co.. Ltd , and the 
I Royal Bank have purchased a new 
Issue of 1700.000 cUy of Shawinlgajn 
Falla 3 b per cent •erlal debentures 
at 97953 



Of Tltat Delightful 



BUNGALOW 



TONIGHT 
at 7:30 P.M 



KnoVn as 
3991 IHwgUa 91. 



At Owr AwrUwn Ra«wi 
•19 PANDORA AVENtE 



TutuorroM, ^ rdncsclay, 

Al 3 o'Glork 



KILAItAWB AUCT10NECR8 
nil Part Street O M41 



LAWRENCE OP ARABIA 
Bril*ln*a famed Lawrence of 
Arabia was rt)*rtcd for front line 
•errlce tn the Oreal War bacaiue 
efJRCMmiB and abort ttature. 



The foUowInf articles will be offered 
foe Bale; Electric Fridge, several Ice 
Boxes. Johnaea Outboard Motor 
Sea Horaa; 19*fi. Rowboat, Chca- 
tarfleld Suite. Dinette Suite. Under- 1 
TVDod Typeirriter, Beds, OflW Oeaka, 
Stovea, Ranges, Dearie Rangeite, 
Tea Wagon. Neel of Tebtea. Dectric 
Radlatiir. and iota of other useful' 
artlelae too numeroua to mention. 



W. D. PALMER A CO. LTD. 
Aeetl—eorx and Appnbere 
919 Panders Avenne . 0«1I 



, Salt Spiisf Itlasd 

FERRY SERVICE 



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8 88 em. 7 88 »n. 

WtaMtety 1 0**140 

L* Peltvre L* twrto 

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Gsit lilaads Ferry Ct. 



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D* R the eevT wy Hoe de- 

felta ef yee* SpHu g ■verve ei 

!■ MK hevda. Thav'lt eH he takea 
« a r e ef ~ peoepe m . Orweien' 
chneeee, etc. P«eewye ce* k« er- 
rewfd •Rher b en Arteatvc e*w- 
pnti •* vi« the Panan* Cewl. 




Regiite* •■« f*e 1950 fc»» k tap8. 

Per lalemeUe* CVB ■* wnu: 



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fervor o4 Ov*orve»*v> o*8 fvrt troeta. 



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yw wo I'wnoen 8tetfy. 



CALVIN iUUOCX. LT9. 



TODAY’S BEST 
travel BUY! 




DAILY BUS SERVICE 
From SEATTLE 



10 TRIPS 

TO UL THE EMT 



n*r*'» fee lor oil Ik* lomlly leooir* 
obMl tb« eoevlor Or«rb*«»8 Hukvoy 
Tovro. 



Vencewe* ittead Caach Llaat 



Travel Bureau 
8W aroofhUt virool 
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ancing department j. 

Apply Mr. Turner, 901 Government Strr^ Victoria. 



tied nevary to taire cRarge of c e ttuey- 
'Whittorac • ^^.'Lfdtt.at Duncan. B.C. 



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JmvBtmeni Sfcurittet 



Royal Tniat Buiidtng *612 Vi^y* 8 lreet, Y'iclaria. B-C. 
Trl^borv*: L 4 I 71 



TORONTO MONTaCAi WtNNietO VANCOUVfA NEW VOaR LOMDOM. SMS. 




Arr yolir Nnviiii^N 
u lirkiiiii for ystii? 



Money invrstecl la money at work. \ ou can 
invest ll(K) or more in eoitriH lionda or aharea 



to^return 3% to 0% and more. 



If you wilj telephone of write to our nearest 
office we will gladly *end you our May Review 
and Securiliefl List. More than 100 aecuriticfl 
are listed inrlutiinii government anrl municipal 
b'onda and corporation bonds and aharrt. In- 
cluded ifl a review of current biistnrM and 
security markets. 



\S'c believe that our May Review and V* uriiiev 
l.ifi Will asaiot you to put your b-ivingb i«> work 
r.xrning interent or'dividenda foY you. A < opy 
will be furnished upon request. 



SUffk Exchtngr petfe*t fsnuifd 



*17 PW Ifrvee 

ncaoria. B.C. 

TM. Rea ran 8 > 5 f 



Wood, Gundy A Companj 

Llmileid 



Consolidated Paper 
Shares / 



Ai p riscfit yield about 1(J% 




A coAcite report on OvriKili- 
flolidaced Paper Corpontio^'s 
affairs appears in our "Invesr- 
ment Securities Review” for 
Mky The geoefous return 
avatUbIc on this stock warraneg 
examinaciofl of same for incJu- 
lion in the veell diversified investment portfolio ag 
• possible means of increasing (be aven^ yield. 

s 

Our "lovestmenr Securities Review” for May also 
comams pfKes and interest nr dividend yields on 
all important G o w m ment. Municipal sod Corpoca- 
tioo Bonds, and Preferred and Common Stockf 
of Indutrnal. Oil. and Mining compantag. Write 
now for a frer copy. 



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Wied Ajijain Faces (iourl 
On Kiiirc-killiii^ Fliarjje 

P P 



KtirlAi nf Jaojb WlMl. chui«d uuitructed Uv ii«« Jury to fU>d 1^ \i J A I ! ^opc )uui died out that the Me* for drcaninc roc me offlcrn, refroah- | I l|| pmlflrn'. uf the Victoria Arm aiul 

wlUt the July 17 knUe*aia}in« of their verdict only on evidence they Ij V PC| /\Sll roorial Arena can be completed nrx^rnem bootha and akate rooma I **11 I IIIIAI.1 Portae* InVi Imprutenient Aaao- 
hi> wife. Evelyn, betan- yesterday Ui heard during the new trial and to T ^ month. itEi imion ntiAYi.ii ' . elation at a meeMn* held laal night 

AaaUe Court. i put from their mlnda everything ^ .. Only 17 workmen remain im Ihg n.iav «n thi. nkrt of ntv offirtaU T 

Laet Autumn an Court have read or heard Wfiruip .Npifg lr,^hlng ^decialon aa to wi^S ty!e Poaer cL'^uT, “*7 “'S''**" ’** 

jury, found the »-year-oW car- of the caae »eaaon for the ago. according to a proenlnent o!- may be neeeiaarv to correct iiiofioooo hvdro-elBcmc oruieci at ix**»urer. 

Tn"^J Vicu.n* Y.cm dut. l*aw connected with the projert ceUtng aheeu ta .aid to be Qu^^ B^ron Johiaon 

and Mr. Justice A. D KU' farlane from the panel of 48. the Chief Ju*- ,, __ ,-mainad work of hoMm. un ih. mair.r loh of n.m». ^ up to the board of execuuvea. 



Vaclit Race 
(lajilured 
Bv INcd Ash 



Arnia \\ orkers Laid ()fi;| Sarvey I’m-iy f '''' 

Won't Fiiiisli’Nrxl Moiilli Starts Work Josojili (aisox l{(“-Elt“fU‘d 

I j • Joaeph Caae.v r»*elected membera U/ cumpteu a peutt-.m and 

Hope iiaa died out that the Me* for drcaeing rooma. offlcen, refreah- | I |a| |^|*|k||k|«| preefSeni uf the Victoria Arm aiul ' prci>arw .w urief to be prf>aenied wu 

tnorial Arena can be completed nrv^rnem bootha and akate rooma I **11 I IIIIAI.1 Portag* Inlri Impruvenvent Aaao- iba candidate- »l th* disincta out* 

j V .t - 1..4 



Marine Setc» 



ciatioD at a rarvling held laat night cemed for the prounrial and Ped< 
in Cralafkiwer School. erai elecUona. 



Ad euguweruig aurvey party baa cralgflower School. 

(t to atari preliminary work on ^ 

* aecretary; J. B. Bennett. Ueaaurer. 



^'nre”ert‘*mr^‘'to''ha^ger'pe Wd ‘"*he ' ^i‘*th^ ^ *" «iht-mlW cour« I^Ai ceUi™ >c»trrd*). 

M . X Aed untU next Monday indlcat- Z^ro R«it wu -won by Ned Proposed conetrucilon uf the 

In January, the conviction wai mg that a week-long Jrial waa ex- Aah t trim eruUer May D. He eaUmaied earlier Uua year ^ power aiaUun waa uullm«i U> the 

.et aalde by U»e Court of Appeal pecied . came Ln fl/rt with a cortpUted Ume /or c2i?iSlnTf ^ completed bv UKUUiure thia Spring by ibe Pre- 

and a new trial ordered parUy on, ,l <, s - . of 3 M 30 o' May 18. but the date waa abandoned mier in hli policy apeech. 



ACCI okl) Rk.MAMibil 
Howard Lererington. cV.arged In 
Provincial Pvih»-e court yeaterday 



In the peat Uie aaeoclation haa *nh driving a car aiiUe infoelcated, 
preaacd fur c«ioatrucUan of a canal pleaded not ri'lty *»»d *■* re* 
to connect the waters of Portage manded to ihla afternoon (or trial. 



Inlet With Eaquloteli Harbor. 
Laat : iht ' ‘cd * 



He was charged by rona!atjleft 



I'utOf openeo me < zr- r.B oio rtcsuiu in corrected llmee of i ^e anticipated tliex will not oaM in* ..« rw....- . _ . 

drm- had ben. placed b«*f<*rc Uw (,um„,ng evWrnre hr Zero R-xk event were ga fuHoW> tprclion for another week - from^he*^ar*i»^ commiialon \ 

ron-^ctinj Jury. ,ould preacm and by urging the Ned Aah. May D . lir.1 . H A Wal- riceus i aii. naa- 

Jl KY INHlRL'fTF.O 1 Jury U> pay particular attention' lace. Buccaneer, aeoood. Andrea ' ' ■nnuncemani vn Mi/im h 

Yeaterday Chief Justice of the to the eequenoe of evenia. He la aa- Wrlghl, Margaret D.. third; Jack ^^*** completing conatrucuon 
Supreme Court WandciL B PartU xiaUd by Lloyd O McKenxie i Stewart, Galatea, fourth. elsewhere in the building were laid ' 

^ , FIRST WITNE8N j l^^uiu ^ ^ ^ Cia« cruiser j 

.AimouncementH l Co,'n.".r.r'2.n'JZ.‘ ATL 

AfU renire «f Greater Vteuwia. d'eth at 2526 Wirk Street, waa competing were as follnwa May O . workmen wUJ require one week to lb ■ I 



^ .K ^ . 7 aruituncement said Oie pari^ 

rom the arena commluion lor a 

*"• *''d do contour aurvey. to deter- 



.AimouncementH 



Clam cr^r them to tha Job of prepannt 

ing Trophy- ^ pouring remem over the pipes 



AfU renire af Greater Victoria, d^ath et 



ExhIblU.m of painting, by Lawreti «he fir.t Crown wUiieo yeaterday flnt. Margaret D.. second; \,„pare the cement, two days to 



rrtroepeettv* 



this Na described drinking bouts ha cook third. 



ipour It and two more weeks to polish 



C— arttin artist 1810 to 1844, will be P«rt 1" with Mr and Mrs Wled the Next event for "C' Class cnjiaeri) 

..mrially opened Tueiday at 3 pm ^‘8^1 before and the afternoon be- will be marked May 22. when the ...itin,, o«n..«w^ 



May 10 by Uie aorlrtv 
Idem. Dr. W Harry 



fore Mrs. Wled was wounded be- craft will compete 



In addition conainjction offuiai 



Hiikaian » M aa1 8 10 pm 



Temple Trophy in tbs WlUiam Head unaware what 



l^adar Screen 
IVo\es Kqiial 
To Jel Planes 



mine Ute area to be flooded Data 
IwlU also be gathered on the iLorage 
|faclllllr- Ilf Qiirsnel lake.- 

Til' Queanel development, f-'r 
I which thr th'Vemmcnt \t> advancing 
Tihe money inirtmt-free for a period 
•■'f five years, ii expected to form 
jth* haae for indiiatrtal expansion of. 
jthe Quesnet district, with eR^}}laala: 
on pulp mill:- ' 




TURN 



INTO 



CASH! 



Hour*. 12:30 pm Ui 6 30 o.m *vcry| 



always 



argumenU f*®*- 



day except flundav and Mnndayi|*hen they were drinking" be said -.hkh , a-rr u nnuw '• 

and open -rtimlay evening 7 to croaa-examlnMlon by Oeoree 

S. 30 Addrma. 8W Broughnm. nexr F Gregory, Wiert'* lawyer, he added ’^,‘*'^.'^"5 *^\**‘* n 

1 he Royal Thea're. AdmuaJon. 26c..' *'''<‘ *«•*•<* ihem 

nnd all BtuderUa free i when they weren't drinking" lower than landings of 

' ° ■ , — . u w, rii. i*''® “o*® month laat year, accord- 

Prank Jomph Humble. 710 ^ Mtujtbly Review of 

Salvage Ccai.eU«tTh.ealvaUcnlj;;veryBtwet.hU wife and p^^^^ SUtUUca. At 

Army wlU pick up from your door, Mr. aniTMni. Richard Humble. 718 ^ . 

aalvaga of all kinds. Used clothing Discovery Street, who were in »n, nr^t quarter- 181418 000 pounds 
ahuea. rumltura, your ragw houa-.tdjolnlng room at 1025 

hold maUreaaea, carpels, ruga, ear- Street on July 17 when Mr. Wiedi neruid of tiua 
Ion boxes, newipaperi. magaslnss, »" wounded at the sama *ddre>s PaciBw^uaat lha land- 

rende,r*d faU. When you glva U •« teatUled U> sounds of voices. til 

to thd^Army It D to help otiim 'furniture moving and china erwh- * “ *■ 

Pbona 0 781i .mg. followed by two «-ream.y aep- 

Z ' aratad by a lime interval .cumubuive tota for quarter 

I ' was 20 par cant loarr. 

The FubUe U cordially invited tO; CRO.SS-rXAMTNFD , -r^ „i,4, .. h.rrt„._«,hll. in. 



....I, •!« WMHffAir WlUtl ■ • y , I 

changes are lu be mmdji In mUlaork The late.*^t tv pe of radar used !>t^ \ I k I 8^ I 1**1 II t 8^1 1 
|the Canadian 6 c1km) 1 of Artillery at * *"ll ".f 1 ltllll../il 



rf Model Plane 

o' /I 

rofl.om|)etitioiis 
inds Pi •ove (dose 



the Canadian Scivool of Artillery at 
I Work Point B*mu k.v pn»s-d nf - 
'Uian a match for the i;, - 

.Vampire Jel ainraft fn-m 44J -Ci'v 
'of Vancouver" Squadrmi nf tl 
R CA.P . U) a practice e.xerrUf held 
I hare recantiy. 

The jets were picked up on the 
'radar aereans flying at “Tj fc--; 



Fo Additional 
Racial (xrouj)s 



Thtre ib a demand (or Used 
Pianoa and we wilt pay spot 
cash lor yours. Turn your us«d 
piano into good money with a 
xall to G7I48. Our appraiaar will 
come to your home 



Japanese arid Hindu' 



»/ yvf P*flifc,eCuaat. lha land-;'h* highaat point winnara at The exercise mark 

reno™ ...a ^ ^v. ‘V?'* '^^'ings of 8,8M...T'£unda was twloa'tha VicuirU Airplane meet tic# with these new ffigh %peed air- Hoarver. those quaUfvlng for the 

T .1 ^ /..5nr^n: that of March iSTyar. but the' held ai Lanadowne Park recently, craft for local radar men hall.-r *..] h.v. to be Canadian or 

Pbona O 81i ’ayatiwl by a Umt interval .cumulative total for quarter’‘»lth 23 and 20 points, res|i^Jsv*ly.| ODD CONSTRICTION I Brltleli titirefii and ciiherwiae ell- 

I ^ io p^r c#iit lot^rf, Andy mttirH wun T^w» aifr^pAft tB kMtilt wiika »iaw8 undrr Elcctinnj Act. 

The fublJe U cordially invited to, CBOSS-rXAMINFO , The catch of harriug-whUe Ui- gUder o-vr^wiira flight ap^^r^TlI^ a W.^^ob 7or a 

attend ct^-examlned them .igruflcant when compared with the minutes and 18 .econds Md tw- (JU™ ninnin. .u\ fra nchlai 

home of the RCHCC. Rainbow b)i closely on the sequence of the February catch-waa still ten tiroes a.v many av five plane- were to tl - tail Japa..r->^r8hiai*da. 

W r' Ini' tha» Ma^vh. 1848. •mi,,ing” .t one time during the This does not giv. a very .^ropg 

of Rol-Ti «i, MfT E^uimaUBi*d., val - between them, and sought to While the combined figures for conte-t, but all were finally found ■»fhai on the radar screen, and w« *" f-i ' -tal b«n agalnat those 

flundav May U at 2 pm, Refre..h- find exact tlroas. when poMible. of pacific codfiah ui.rludyig aablefhih*.’,nd returned to the field one of the dimculUea that —.r Ch^n*'*? z*:dHlndu descent, Wtier 

m'nts I evenU they recalled. sere not much below tho*e of .i vinwu iw -rir ito light in the exercUe ‘he 

Mrs Wvtda quMtion I® her hut March. IBIS, thara was a notice- tix added. .t.mnti niuBmd as i-ier* ir. 

Tnor Ronaon Mgbter proropUy’^ahd as ah* jra^being carried from increase In .the landings of 'i' th® Jnn*'^ point •Undlng. John ‘The main dilllcuUy la not »im 

repairedky »P®cUlUta OiUy genuln«i»h« bouac w^a fepaaled by Mr. and rock fish. Tha ‘ taich of clgnje ®^y »‘th equipment but that we do h. ' ha,. Me.nwhiie Mr ChUd said enu- 

Ronaon pgr ta used. Authorlaed Ron- Mr« Richard Humble Who wltn«a»d doubled, but that of -oynerk waa ^ point* each. enough trained operators to work ttKrai«’rs working in the Vienna 

son repalf depot. Compleu overhaul ' her removal. They ijitalled she had *5^11 half (hat of a year ago . »he «enlor class. Richard the machines." dutri.-f wer«* receiving splendid co- 

-inrludlng replacement of wom'“‘'®^- "Aren't yaa anming m the, •* IChlaholm moved into first place A special court# will commence at ••l'*'r*i"’n from the pubUc. and he/ 

part*-86c Minor repairs 50c. Lighter . ROTATF. AlTIMTIF.a . • total of 75 poinu, and Ian tha Bay Btreat Armoury on May 13 they wooid be througlw. 

Reoaira Ltd 1016 Douglas Street.' Afked by Mr, Haldane to deacrlbe AdmmutraUon activUles at the Douglas waa second with 74. Ito train radar operators to trs.k their wi.rk by Saturday night. 

the two screanM. Mr. Richard Three Service* College. HMCB Rod McLeod led the open division theae faFt aircraft on the new “ 



over AcUve Pass, and were fuU->W(d desrem will be entitled U> voU Uii 
'into the city without any difficulty, tha Jur, 37 Federal eJacnon. Sydney 
Andy RlUich and William Oeil- a military spokeaman said yesterday Child rsjurning officer ft>r Victoria I 
Ing were highaat point winnara at! Tha exerrlae nvarked the nr^t prs.- Electoral Dt'-trict. said last night 
tha Vicuirla M(<del Airplane meet tlca with theae new mgh %peed air- Hoat ver. thoae quaUfvlng for the 
held at Lanadowne Park recently, craft for local radar men halloraiii have to be Canadian or 

with 33 and 20 points, resaS8)>v*ly-{ ODD CONSTRICTION | Brltleli citireui and ciiherwiae ell- 



Th. WuMi,. I. er.rdi.iw in»Ued to' CRoas-PX AMTNFii W ptr ctiit lo»rr, Andy RllUch won the'‘"W)»tlne The aircraft U buUt wl'h what 

•tiend fhe .nnii.i irime/tUm and at’ .r ei . a .. ' ^ hemug-whUe Ui- gUder oxHtest With s flight of’Vtghl appears to be a big blob for a body 

attend Gregory ci^-«xamlned them significant when compared with the mlnut#i and 18 atconds and tw-. booms ninnim' =.ut 

home of the RCHCC. Rainbow a)i closely on the sequence of the February catch-waa still ten tiroes a.v many a? five plane- were to tl - tail 

To “■■■“■" I""'- ' .t iUnr dur.n* ,1» Thu doe. not ,1,. . „ry „r..n. 

of H'llwri 81, 'iifT Esquimau Biiad', v at • between them, and sought to While the combined flvurea fort 8 e K*s8 aII al^Osml e.va Blt^ aa.. ^ _ 




These MIRRORS serve you well I 

• Every b<Wne should have t,^ll-ieogth rr^fror. tverx 
hatbroom needs a h^ndy cabinet wiib mirror. Hobbs 
hive a complete range in both items. Modcraiely 
prtetd . e casilv iAst^iad! Saa (ham UmU.^ 



Richard Three Service* College. H M CB 



Humble said the first waa "a terrlbia Royal Roads, will be routed be- with 108 polntt equipment Tha courae will b# for 

•cream" and tha second wss "worse tween the army, navy and air force The next cuniest will be held at tU week* and wUI be open to gun- 



fiiudent rrrfortners- Reeiial Aua- waa ‘ a tarriwe ^yai Roads,, will be routed be- with 108 polnik equipment The courae will be for " Or PIR.ATF.S 

Pices BC Registered Muslo Teach- *^'**"' ‘ *"** •**‘*‘* *** 5T*”* ^ contest wlU be held at tU weeks and wUI be open to gun- Ancient Oreeka eaublUhed the 

era* Ajian^iatinn Virtnria Branch 1^*" ^ ^ preaent Ume the coHege Macdonald Park oQ May 33. and n«rs of tha Fifth 'B.C.i Heavy Anti- capiul of Athens five tnll#^ inland 

oomnetinB for Rursarv Award Vic-' Charles Webb. Victoria city has been administered almost ex- will be part of the May 34 celehra- Aircraft Regiment and the Eighth as pr«>tectlnn againai the pira'e-tn- 

“ria H Lh^^W^neldav mJvIP"”"*' ^ receiving a phone call i cluUvely by the Royal Canadian tiona. ,AA Ounnera* OperaUng Room. feeie.1 sea 

lona Hign sonooi. Wednesday. May|jj^ ^ ' ^ - 

17itVl«rhTr.'"‘‘' '''' w»d, 10» V>.. str..r .na Accardlng to . r«,.nt report (rom, „cTtOV, N. W..-No,. Scotl. 

! ^ ••^'1 as my wife Ottawa it u now planned ha^, ^ be^^^f NOW IS HOLIDAY TIME. BEACH TIME 

is bleeding” 'eventually select both commandant .v,., ■w..k waHa...a _ 

Iperlai OfTer-Plrat two sludenU, The caae «oUnue. thU morning and sUfT from the three •ervlcea.|^!7J^^iJ^^ Drk»«‘f ‘T sKIa Ti»%^ A I 

lorekUter for Spring courae. Tuition \t 10:30 -Next aervlce to "Uke over" “OrtaDle KaOlO I 11116: 

X' f^ntft™^ t action now at ShawniganBeach .^ndT^lmmil^ ^ ^ PR?CEd\T 5-.1^^^^^ *^*'^*° 

r;!tXrLt^^"jurrJtwT.”smai« Comply, with Battcr.es, m Smxr; Lea.h.rcie Case 

toria*IUlrdre**ing School. 731 Fort U't^rmalioft Just a few days manes studying problems related to ■■■hhbmhhhmm With Can-vine Handle 






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Hobha fsll-' 
I.Agib Dlffor 
la two cnitmrt: 
wslawteecrtsBi 
ivory. A auill 




55C. at Fletcher's. , ^ 

' is bteedii 

Iperlai Offer— First two students The ci 
<0 reklater for Spring courae. Tuition «t 10:30 



read change. 



I the prupuaed 



NOW IS HOLIDAY TIME. BEACH TIME 

Portable Radio Time! 

CALL IN AND SEE THK ASTRA PORTABLE RADIO 
PRICED AT A.'th.OO PLUS TAX 
Complete with Batteries, in Smart Leatherette Cise 
With Carrying Handle. 



Hobbi nrisl bsthrnoa 
cabinet. Pohibed plate 
gUta Mirror. t*ia<« 
abfltei. Airiuaa fciii*li. 



rYi ^1 

..&B B 



NICE TO 
SEE YOU 



yiiiorta Welsh Hoeiely will hold' Ideal GWu. this week only. Water n complete atalT change will! INICL 

»ita regular munthJv mee’lnf at g colori and pastels by Uwal artlau. 5^ puule. A number of speclallata' 

Vm III the Herd of Hearing Hall.'W and u^BC. Crafts House, 128 retain their poete. ^ 

f.^Klae Hirnet, on Tunaday. MaylEhrt 8trd8t Royal Ruada waa originally 1 

1^. Entertainment and refresh- 1 Itsbliahed for naval cadeu only.' — . 

men'.x. Will Party Who Boaght black and This occurred *t aUrt of the'^"* **4*«4f 

white checked Jacket and aktrt at war. last year It assumed Us I'^nd: but, nstur- 
F (' niahe wishes to announce re- lOU C sale Saturday, phone E (1318 three service* aspect. ^ ally, why shoaldn't 

• fgsniiailon of Copaervatlve Anno- We have your checked skirt • '* Vietbria? 

I laflnn et Melrhmitn Hall, 8 30 pm 

Tuesdsy. tn selrcl delegaies for the Harper method permanenU lonk , ***'’ ** * “ "* 7**^* < * *”* ** 

mniing .nlMu.,, Convention to be lovelier, last Wnger. 913 BcoUard , Rupert (oiks holiday-mmded 

held a few da.u U.cr .Building, Phone E 4928. ,,3,^ 

' marketed by 38 vessels Pour Am- ' . . ^ ^ 

Try 0«r PerMnatlied Service. Wt' R**ro. Elk Lake eriran veaeeta sold 88,000 pounds. * 

mak# and remodel coaU to nt yuu ‘**>‘«’'"** D^votWilre Cream Uaa the remainder being from Canadian It does everyone 
All iype« of fur work d»n# by ex- dally. Price lor the American Aah ^ as good 10 see old 

peru on prnniaea Vicuna Furs, . - - . 1 renta 17 cents and 13 B cents friends. 

All Fort St. Phane E81S3. ' "Salmas.* fraeh-frown (Uh andko 114 cenu. 17 eenu and 13S canu.i 

^ 1 chips. Ask your local food the three CanadUn boats with / \ # 

The nsndlrrafl < lab. 1918 Broad them. 0 8241 or O01«. 84 000 pounds 171 cents, 18 8 cents] l/y (0 // 

Street. Leethercralt course, com- 1 — and 13 5 cent* to 17.8 cenu. II 8, 

meiicing 7 10 pnf Thursday. May Rteaai balha short wava hot knd 12.8 cmiu was paid. Twenty- 1 k| nV 

13 Right leworns. 12 Competent packs, massage, colonlo Imlgationa one Canadian boat* disponed of , IN L> T 

Ins'ruciors 1 1334 Blanaha.d BtreeL Pborie C8111. their«catch*e to the Co-operative at | 745 FORT S 

♦ • - - I the advance price . 

IUIv..et*necllop for James Bay.' ^'1 

Esquimau aprt Gone We <»Uect '" ** “’* ^"*^"'* WIN FESTIVAL ■■■■■■■! 

mgs. paper, household mattreaae* " ' 1 The Victoria Group of ihc Oatho- 

and all kinds of bottles. Phone F*iev*n Barber Rhap (basement) ^ Vouth Orfantiation waa. chosen, 

*3413. 2518. Skillful barber service a habit *^*'”*'^ annual drggna fes> , 

-- -- 1 furry Plrth. held In 8t Peer's Hall. He- rjll 

Tw® 8teepM* FamotM EnglUh IUb| Inaimo. reoenUy. I 1%^ 

Borks for men. 100 per cent pure C.C.F. SapaerUrel — Brtnf your Their winning play. "The Red i 1 

wool Now available again at Oor- 1 Woodaworth Hall, Pan- , Lamp." waa directed by Leonard 
don tUla. Limited. 841? Port SDtet Quadra Office open 11-8 P*arr#, and the actors were Eleanor 

— — - — - ... 9 Watson, Pat Doyal. Busie Colbert. 

Rntisen* Reoalred while «on «.u ^ Weekly BrMdeut CJVl Joseph Orlffln. Frank Doyle “ 



MURPHY ELECTRIC 



Electrical Contractors — Electrical Supplies 



HOBbS- 



744 YATES ST. 



G 1719 





N£ll 



ACID INDIGESTION 






FOftT STREET — Beacon 3166 



street. Leethercralt course, com- 
mencing 7 10 p nf Thursday. May 
13 Right leworna, 12. Competent 
In*' ruriors, 

Balvat* ('allectlnfi for James Bay. 
Xsqutmalt apd Gorge We collect 
rags, paper, nousehnld mattreaae* 
and all kinds of bottles. Phone 
E341S. 



Two gteepiee Famoua English Rib! 
Borks tor men. 100 per cent pure 
wool Now available again at Oor - 1 
don tUla. Limited. 84FPort SDtet 



(x)sdxJt*A 



CANDY SHOP 

745 FORT STREET 

EM 22 



Hrrr UI anmcthing new and 
different to ^Ip rvlwve egina 
and diacom/nrt of acio in 
dignsUoa. 

Dignetif Rennies era pleseent- 
tasting tablet* which you eni 
bke candy. Theu aiKjlhing in- 
grwdlenta diaeolve in ynur raooth 
and qukktv start their job of 
. helping lo^neutralira 

exrooa acid: aonlb 



the atomacb: and* reduce gra. 

Each Renni® tablet is individu- 
ally wr»|>ed and untouched by 
hand.* You carry Hennicw m 
your pocket or handbag ready 
lx Like any limr and anywhere. 
If Itenniea don't rrhsve your 
indjgeation. ft’a high time you 
aaw y.iur dnetnr All druggist* 
have Kenmea at 25c 
and 75c A 



17V 



RENNIES 

£«8F * fai# w iMytume, iwyuAery / 



Rntisen* Repaired while you wait, umlehl at 7 n 
«5e lo 75c including parts. 703 * ^ 

Fort Btreet, at Kllburger's the f™ 

Jeweler*. n i * i 



The BAY 

'MV W, weir 



Put )our Trust iu 

A Good Lock i>y 

t 

nnl WEISER 



MaUhat Chalet open dally ex- 
cept Mundaya for deitcioua fried 
chiekfn and steak dinners. (>resA- 
fast* and afterrioon teaa. 

Rummag® Bale, Pythian Bisters. 

No. 35. at the Hard nf Hearing Hall. 
1418 Oougis' Street, Wedneaday, i 
May fl, at 8 a m. 

( 

\dults' and Children's colonic, tr-l 
rlgatloD, maaaage, electricity. BB 121 
Estalla M. Kelley. esL 18 yeara SOI 
Royal Trait Bldg. 811 View. | 

The Old Charming Ina— ^ak Bay 
sea front. All bedrontni with priv- 
ate bath*. Comfortable auilee. Tbl. 



ELIMINATE DANGER OF FIRE 

DUE TO OLD AND FAULTY WIRING 
HOUSE WIRING. INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL 
Material add Men Avafiabte (or Immediate Service 
NO OBLIGATION FOR ESTIMATE 

"You can leave off your raincoat when dealing 
with uO^you won't get eoaked." 

FENSHAM ELECTRIC 






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9079 ADMIRALS SD. 



G 1507 



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ELECTRIC MOTORS 



children's 
cuts, scratches 
and abruions 



HP. H P. yi H.P. 

no VOLTS — SINGLE PHASE 
Cuaninlced 

All New Motor* — Priced to Sell 



ELECTRIC FITTINGS 



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poN'*' / f \-ry f 






Daily 
Newscast 
8 a.m. 
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SWITCHES 



FUSE BOXES 



ll A’ fj ^ ’ V 

i6co.u.oo.iU5 



TW 



Ul.25 iV^ii 







RECEPTACLES and BOXES 
OUTLETS and COVERS 



*)\l4*y'.’5«cKdf ToatfWdf^ 

Jl-25 $2.25,11.25 

B.W Toiietties, Street Floor 



For enirarre or irmde Hitre’e the 
security and Ijtimg qusliiv you 
need In s I'.-'., t.« 1s*l. Snisrllv 
hniiktd (nr api^aranre, preniion 
made (er protrcuon there's a 
WEISER LOCK for everv purpoia 
tn your new home or the renovation 
program you plan. For 4‘ years 
the name of WEISER has epeli 
quallly in locks and allied builder i’ 
hardware. 



ir* hems Ilk* tkeee that make 
your c^ce Iron Hickman Ty« 
(nmplrle. .IhHf |o heovy hardware, 
thfre art nev displava,' new eelec- 
Irene ui dependabta merchandit* 



Seore Hours • to S 
ietardaya 8 to 12 



' D E T T O your SHORTAGE — SKB OUR SURPLUS 



Sef* K , Um yiQ®wi 
fkwMi'r F«w . . Omw« r fww 



Capital Iron & Metals Limited (lompang. 




1S24 - 1U2 STORE STREET 



G 2434 . G 8441 



QUADRA at YATES 



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22 M.y It, i>4» gity, Colontat 

Driver Hears ( rovvn Evidence 
Then Admits Beiii" Intoxicated 

r 

Aftrr tiMirinx Crown evidence **1 now o&U cm you lor your de- 
•Kwinet turn on e cherve of belnc in fence,” uid H O. Hell 

ec^trol of w motorcycle while tni{Jx*^“You m*y e&U witncaecs If you like 
traced, Trevor Cmberton. you can clve evidence youraelf 

AiitlK'inuh, chanted hia not guilty ^at do you wuh to do?” 
plea to one of RulUy to city police i ”1 wUh to plead tuUty. your 
•ourt yeeterday. Ihonor," replied Emberton. 



He vae aenteneed to aeven dayi 
in Jail and had hie drlver'a Ueeaca 
suipended for one year. 

•j. I 1 McMrtn tctUXM Ui*i 
the accuaed vaa Uitoatcated and 
not In a aattafactory condition to 
ride a.okotorcycie vhen he examined 
him on May i. 

ConsUble Albert Harwood, who 
arrested the accused, aaid he aaw 
Mffl ellmb on hia bike at the inter- 
■ectlon of Itumboldt arvd Douflaa 
SlreeU. 

I '‘He climbed on the bike and tell 
off. He tot on again. lUrted up. 
Jerked, and fell off agaui. When he 



made another attempt I eiof^ied 
him.” Mated Constable Harwood. 

After heartat this evldetire and 
that of Oonatabie Arthur Newaomr, 
the accuaed chanted hia plea. 
bi'nrr.M>8 i: 

Mrs. Roy Patteraon, 101 Menaies 
Siraet, who pleaded («ullty to a 
charge of depositing ashes in a 
cardboard box. was given a su> 
months suspended sentence on a tUO 
bond. 

Magistrate Hall said U was diffi- 
cult to fu an adequate penalty be- 
cause the community U not con- 
cerned about sending young house- 



wives to ]aU on offeoeM of this 
, nature. 

j “However, the community Is 
greatly cooccmed with acts of this 
rkiad -wliett livee are 
jVou must be mure careful One 
lof Uie chief terms of the probatloq 
wlU be that you take extra care,” 
slated Magistrate Halt I 

) 8TILL P4KTNrR8 < 

NEW OLASOOW, N.8. CFV — ' 
I Don MacNrtl and CoUn Cantley, 
boyhood chums who hew together 
m the RCAF, now operate the 
Oult Flying Service here as part- 
ners. They have a four-plane fleet. 



To /*rf\sonf 
Totvm 
To l .Ii.C. 



A carved tqlem pole Intended to 
symboUse the aspirations ci Indians 
of British Columbia in higher edu- 
cation. will be presented loathe Unl- 
vesxUy of British Columbia at a 
public ceremony to be held it the 
VAC. on Wednesday at S p m. 

Mrs W'. C. Cryer, of Victoria. 



'praaldent ct the B.C tndlaa Artsi 
!aod Welfare Society, will make the 
preeenlaUoci on behalf of the In 
dlans. and Dr Norman Mackensle. 
prrsi.wm of the University, will ac- 
<repl the Votroi | 

Among Vancouver Island native 
I Indians Invited U Chief Percy Ross, 
.'oi the Songl>rea‘ Beeerve. 

ln*lhe group attending the cere- 
mony from Victoria wUl be Mfs A 
k J. TuUU, past president of the B C 
‘ Indian Art and Welfare Boclety. 
;and Commander TulUs: Mrs. Juslr 
, Oodman. and MUs J. E M Bruce ! 



Skinny men. women 
gain 5, 10, 15 lbs. 

Ut N««^. Vim, Vl|«r 

WM • «wie> Sot< pp«i» •» urn* 

SO MAk M l»m* » SMIt MM kM<- 



Ike 

BAY 

Phone E7111 



GREATER VICTORIA SCHOOLS j 

ART EXHIBIT 

Sponcored l»y Inter-High Council of ilie Junior Red 
Cross and (esturmg work of Cradet 7 to 12 
10 s m. to S p m , Thur«day, Friday ami Saturday of 
this week. I>duglsa Room, Third Floor. 



Adult*. 2Sc 



Stu'lciflf, 10c 



FAMOUS ‘Su-Lette’ CREPE SLIPS 

Fine rayon crepe Mith the patented fij^urr-fit satin lastex back. Full bias ^ 
skirl for smooth fit tet e.txy movement, tailored bra top. Choose from ^ 1^^ 
while and tcarbAe. m sites ^2 to 38. 



HOLBPROOF SLIPS 

L)s>'-'v lace-lrimnied tiynn rrepe ^nlh «|raight 
rul •Inrt, Hiai{Onsl cut tmdnff trim at 

top arid iicmlme. WIuu or Q QQ 

sue* J2 lo dit. ' 



-FORMULA" SLIPS 

Ls«e trimmed rsvnn erff-e ‘i.. •- 

•r trarokf in lire* .12 to 40 

Formula de luxe. •! 



PACE-MAKER SLIPS 

Tailored elaitir with ga'Skred bi>dice. long 
torvo midriH, loll hia* tkirt. 

White in aitri 22 in 40 ^ 

De luxe satin, 



■KAYSER* SLIPS 

AngrUkin' with 4 gore skirt White 

m lire* J2 to 44. Earfi 



3.50 



SALE OF SUMMER COTTONS 






Yards and Yards Ready to Sew Into Crisp Summer Dresses and Play Togs 



36-Inch PRINTED COHON, Reg. 69c 

Cool, crisp, washable cottons ior easy-to-care for summer play logs ami n M 
dresses! Yards and yards in a wide variety of patterns and ceflors. f j g 

Special, yartl M H 



36-incti Spun Rayons , 

.^0 yard?i. repulxr 60 tards. regSi- 
lar 1.40; 30 yardv, regular 1.2^ . . . \n BV 
pr.lka df't*. mnderni5tic, *iripe and M 
floral pailerns- SE'tCIAL Today, )ard m 



36-Inch Ginghams, Reg. 79c 

Make* up into ^ ^ 

hotisedres.xes or pretty. cuMainx. Ilfo^vh £% xB 
and Mack check only, sVt-.CIA'L 



42-Inch Figured Sheer 



\\ liispy, wa.*haMe sheer for ccn-t!. 
pretty b]ou«.rA and tmumer dre^»e» ! 

S‘'U pink, coral and whi'c (*tounds 0^0^ 

^itli floral motif. Kr^idar 1 J*) \ard. 

SIT.CI.M. OWW 

♦ 

38-Inch Iridescent Shantung 

Clearanre of thii popular fahric^an a 
beautiful array of rolor*. malitdim; 0^0^ 
rfiAl, American T^eautv. a<}Ua or i^5m r 
Kfl^tUr : yard. ^PECI \L 



^ Clearance of thii popular fahric^an a 
beautiful array of color*, malitdim; 
rfiAt, American T^eauly. aqua or irtSnvr 
.RfSpilar 21^i yard. ^iPECI \I# 



TICKETS 

FOR 



F.\Y I’a*h»on Kahric*, 



COOKING iffi 
SCHOOL 

Aa .«pon»ored by the Home ^ g 

I'lconomics Asii-Lialioii . . . -vi V. 1 

On Sale Now— Setond Floor. 



BAY Lingerie. Seiond Pk'oc 



Plan to attend the.«e informa- 
I tive lesson^ to be held In our 
■J)out;las Room. Monday. Mty 
16 throtich Saturday, May 21 
(except Wednesdays), at 2 p.m. 



Street Flour JUST ARRIVED! 

PURE SILK 
SATIN BROCADES 

lust arrived . . .«brautifnl. liaditional sdk 
.*atin brocade for the bride! |J QC 

36 inches wide. Yard 



36'’ PURE WHITE SILK 
EMBROIDERED EYELET 

Imported . . . breathtakingly lovely fnr extra 
special dressy blott*es or Jk QC 

summer formaN \ard 

% nsY rx»h ion I'abrirs, Siren Moor 



COATS-SUITS--SHORTEES 



At a Budget-Conscious Price 



Sizes 12 to 20. 



EACH 



3 Looking for.smartr new styling at a 
P budget price? |^his is the group for 
W you I Fine quality wool crepes, tweeds. 
J] gabardines . . . styled right . . . priced 
fl tight • ... and in the colors you want. 
M Sires 12 tp 20 in group. See them— 
•] choose early. 



7.0.% DOWN— ^aUnce, (dits small 
carrying charge, in equal monthly 
payments. * 

BAY Coats, Second Floor 






BUSINESS GIRLS’ 12:30 to 2 o’clock FEATURE 
SUBSTANDARDS — SHEER NYLONS 

BlicMIy Imperfect 20 denier, very ahe^ nylona at a very low price, 29 

Seasonable shades in sirea 8Vi to II. Ptir J 

BAY Nylons, Street Floor 



BAYCREST 



-Fashioned NYLONS 



Made to Meet Our High Specifications by a Leading Canadian Manufacturer! 



BAYCREST WALKING SHEERS 



^ Full-fashioned 30 rienier, 45 gauge frir e\eryday wear Nectar, 
twilight,^vapor and witchcraft shades, 4 QC 

if Sires 8j4 to 10» ). Pair I *Ow 



BAYCREST EVENING SHEERS 



FIRST QUALITY SUMMER BLOUSES 

Fine qliality batiste, easily washed, fresh looking, cool for summer. Choice #%QO 
of peasant style or wilh tailored collar, Swisa eyelet trim. JVhite in sires M 
14, 16. 18 and' 20. F^ch Ab 

BAY Accessories, Sf4eet Floor 



Whispy SI gauge for dressy afternoon and evening wear. 
Nertar, twilight, vapor and witchcraft. 4 QC 

Sizes 8.!a to lOj^. Fair ■ awO 

BAYCREST SERVICE SHEERS 

Specially made in heavier weight Ic^lasl through harder wear. 
New seasonable ahadea in full size range « 1 >1 A 

from 8J4 to lOji. I »4U 



51-GAUGE NYLONS 
SUBSTANDARDS 

Slightly imperfect but good looking and gn#»d 4 QQ 
wearing! Smart new shades. Sires HU to lOjJ I •tw 



BAY Hosiery, Street Floor 



JUST ARRIVED-SHIPMENT OF SUNNIVALE DRESSES 



Hand, washable spun rayon in sizes 11 to 17, 14 to 20, .38 to 44, 16>i to 24’ J. Dozena of stj^es-. . - dorens of patterns ... all gay as 
aummer aunshinc ... all set to carry you through summer looking fresh and lovely. See them , . , choosettwo or three now I 

BAY Houaedresses, SecotK! Floor 



ENGLISH-MADE SLIP-ON GLOVES 

Fine, washable simplex fabric for freshness all summer long. 4 CQ 
.W’bite, in sizes 6 to 7]'a. Pair I aWW 



BAY Giotrea, Street Floor 



bn^5nlf5 L^aij (tampamj. 



The BAY — Your Friendly Store — Guarantees ICMH Satisfaction With Every Purchase