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The Got^rnment^g after* 
thought - $ 82 ,tryLm - h 
too much to spend tvithout 
consulting Parliament 



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AND HINDAYS 

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THE OLDEST DART Oli THE PACIFIC COAST— ESTABLISHEO ItSI 



SIXTY PAGES 



VICrORIA. BRITISH (,OU MBIA, SUNDAY. JUNE 2.'i, 1950 



NO. 160— MNETY-SEU.OND YEAR 



Flames Billow F 



District 61 Fldueationists Happy 
Ahoiit Results; Plan Flarly Start 

Bt GORDON FORBES 

Voters in sprawling School District 61 yesterday pushed 
their reKpKtivp school loan by-laws over the lop to assure 
completion of a large building program first approved in 
1947. 

Carti romponrnt pi»rt of the dii- • 0401.706 b> Jaw a.' their eJiare 
l/irt approwHl bv-1j.w bv « »r the grami tout of $6M 400. 1.6J0 

h.»lthv majoniy. Vmrng wa« light t^vored the plan and 454 

thmiithf.iii »erc ac..iiUt. ThLA toUl WM 370 



War Declared by Invaders; 
Line Oossed at Many Points 



Bandits 
Strike 
At hm 



SF:01 t. June 2S (Sunday) </T). — Three fighter 
planer from the North Korean Air Force this after- 
niMHi bombed and strafed Seoul's Kimpo airfield north- 
west of this South Korean capital. 

North Korean Communist froops. backed by tanks and 
artillery, swarmed across the border into South Korean 
today and ran Into furious resistance after penelratloms 
up to three miles. 

UtiWed Stal^ imlHiuT adrlspriJ ••Oovfmm^nt forer?.* h« ttld. 
ph H ih»* attackers were virtually FJy'ng a good account of them- 

;.topped. and there wa-A no indic-alloii aeltes," 

of a ma.'JM*d buildup of troops which Murclo advised all Amerlran per- 
would be expected tn a fott-fled g ed ►on"** — wboui I.7M 

Ittvafrion Americarvs In BouUiem Kor«w to 

The. l»wr,er. U.I ‘'V 

th. .uu.ll»n fluid «,d . lull T.^hllr 

.niMlun .till ... p».lbl. O' O' 

. , , Korea. 

A Government .Apokerman aakl p^^^onnel of the 500-man United 
North Korea had declared war *(jvUory mlaalon war 

^ „ realrlclcd to quarieni 
The radio at Pyongjarig, the Com- wrt ai 4 »m 

muniat capital, added to Uie con- i 

fusion by a aerie* of conflicting Tlie ambaraador Inaistcd there waa 
broadcast. One aald the invaders “no reason for alarm- because “ai 
intended to drive south of the border YTt It cannot be determined whethei 
for one kilometer < 631 of a mile*, the North hiteiida to precipiute all- 
eaUbllsli pokUions and hold. .out warfare.’’ 

The radio also aaaerted Uiat the 1 A miUUry adviser declared thi 
South had invaded U>e North for ' thrusu might reveal If the Unttec 

There . States Intends to let Koreans ftghi 



T bre* bratil v • armed, heeded 
men Is^t nlgbl iveetted dowa en 
llir fielri^lrram Inn end flrd wUR 
•n eAiimsled SI 50# In an wfler* 
riming hnun raid. 

Pelke were helleeed la havo 
raptured Ihrm at 2:1# am. 

Brirf reports frem the eeeao 
were that (he trie hettnd a»d 
gagird Mn. ( allsdtne, wife ef llio 
Inns nwnrr, during the sperUo* 
olsr bnidup. 

OIhrr reports deorribod Uin 
bandits as hooded and rlad 4o re- 
semble the *Tliantom- eemlo 
atrip rhararler. 

Flnt ef Iho tHa. darribad ao 
rive feet, three Inrhee tall, altjB- 
ly built, wedding a revolver, rlflo 
and knife. 

The eei and rarried hetb rO'* 
veher and rifle, 

last of the trio repartedl.v held 
a wawed-aff shotgun during Iho 
grwh-and-run raid. 

John Flynn, manager of the Inn. 
■ummoned police from the Oold- 
■tream Dinette. 

Reeldents bellevod Provinrtal 
FoUra had thravn a rordon 
around the area to aa effort to 
captura the ertmloala. 



- AP W’lrrohoio 

Flame and amoke burM akywtrds on Asheville * North Carolina. Riverside Drive at fire engulft 
the Asheville Ice and Storage Cunipany'a plant. TJic root exploded there during a four-alarm 
Firemen are shown (lefl» fighting the atomic bomb-llkc explosion. No one 



fire yeaterday 



the M per cent rcQUirvd. £s 



waa Inlured. 



R\eiv effori wrtll t*e inarle to make 
khe esrlle.it |WM.Ible s(«rl. nfflrtalA 
•osured Ihev timnkrft sit ihiise who 
had w«>rked *o hard to make tlte plan 

• SIUTCNS. 

In Victoria, where rsieiMiyers voted 



nulmall rj*(en«ycr*. voting on a 
ai5M9 by-law. put their **anip of 
approval on Ute plan with a 93- 
vote msjortly. 

hAANUH VOTF 
In Uie Saanich portion of Ob' rid 
61. whrre the by-law ariiounlcd to 
$II5.S87 voters favored the plati 
with a ITJ vote majorily 
Munlcl|tal offictals expiei«ed dpi 
appointment over the rmall number 
of voter* wiho went to the polls. 
Only about 15 per cent esercleed 
Uieir franchise. 

I Approval of the b.*' law euabics , 
' ronstnictlon of six new whools in 
' tire dlfttricls and repairs and addi- 
tion* Id other*. New schools will be 
!wn Oak flay, Junior High School. 
Ict'ittrnI Junior High School. Cab- 
1 boro Bay Elemenury School. Lana- 
' downe Junior High Sciiool. Straw- 
berry Vale Elementary School and 
Ma«-donaW Park Primary School. 

' Addition* win be made to Victoria 
High School. Esquimau High School, 
Mount View High School and Mount 
Douglas High Bcluiol. 

In 1»47. ralep■ycr^ approved a 13- 
project program, high building coeta 
delayed the construction pt all but 
'three of theae project*. Tliree- 
I quarters of the fund* needed to 
I finish the program had already been 
The borrowing of WW 400 



Patrols Kept JJp 
.4^' Waters Drop 



Ballots 



Oak Bay ratepayer*. In their night ai< 
iu>ual receptive mood, yesterday bia Rlvei 
approved an Important money by- app«iretJ 
law aiithorlting U»o council to oolloil 
burrow 350.000 to carry mit extensive ^ 
IniprovemenU lo the municipality's ■ 

iireel lighting sysleut, south bi 

The by-law passed with 350 more Trail, an 
TotM than Ui* 60 per cent majority | columbli 
required. Tlie vole waa light. A ' 

U>Ul of Ijno ballou ware ceet In, in au 
favor of the plan, and 803 agnlnat. 

' day hea 

Orders for the necessary equip- 
ment will be placed within a few 
weeks, municipal olBclaia said la^t * 
night. Reeve P. A. Gibb*, who U 
holidaying out of town, was unavall- n | 
able fur oumnient. I ^Fkl 

The work will be done by the B.C. 

Electric. Barring abnormal delays ■ 

In delivery of certain nvture*. the Wf ■ I 
svstem fat expected to be In operation t-Jwi 1 
by the end of this year 

TO TRin.t l.lGillING 1 ^ saw 

Completiun of U»- scheme will ^ * 
jet the extsung Inadequate street .. . 
lighting tripled New refleLtoni wilt ^ 
be of modem design and in many OTTA 
cases consist of enrloaed tuminwlre.*. 
so constructed as to waste Ihe 
minimum of light miuide the street 
area. 

Tlie new iighung will be turned ■<**•*’ 
cm from dn«k to dawn throughxul Columb 
I the year, thereby cibtalmiig a ewa tonight. 
reducUon In the purchase of bulk 
! electricity for street lighting pur- ' 

I poses. The new system has been ^ 

. designed to permit unlimited egten- lidng tr 
Sion, thus obvlaUng the difllculty tk>n of 
. encountered recently in the munlcl- 
' pwllty when the existing sy stem has 
■ been overl'vaded and Incapable of 
being Increased. ' *? * 



the dUtance of a kilometer, 
was no confirmation of Uils report. , 

ATTACK II POINTS i 

The North Koraan attacks roDed 
up at 11 points along ihe 38th 
pafmiui that divides tlie Red North 
from Uie U*.-backed republic of 
the South. 

One VS. mlhiary adviser .xald the 
fact the attack was launched during 
heavy rain, prevenUng air support, 
indicated an Inflexible piaft' had 
been laid out some time ago for a 
full-scale sweep down the penln.xula. 

The halt of the advance, he added, 
might be because the Northerners 
were awaiting support from thetr 
superior air arm. Tlie Northerners 
suppoaedjy hate an air force ef 
Ru.xsian-made fighter planes. 

Two flighla of atrange 

droned o>er Seoul, apparently on which could not have been carried 
reconnaissance. . 'out "without Soviet dlrectlun.- 

Wlille the fighting appeared virtu- \ The amba.nsador talked briefly 

I ally atabllued, heavy artillery fire i wait reporters at the State Depart- 
was continuing. ment after an emergency appolnt- 

I SEEK r.S. PLANER }mcnl with Assistant Secretary of 

' Prraident Syngman Rhee of the conferred 

'South Korea Republic has called about 30 minutes 
repeatedly for United States planes *rh* *h*t official United Btatea 

I for hia stripling air force, fckiuth i Government word on the invasion 
1 Korea has 50 trained pilots, some ! l»ued in WashlngU>A came from the 
!who fought wiUi Japan during the Department, which aald It liad 

' 1 received a preliminary report from 

Uie cost of dike construction follow- | United States Amaba-isador John Ambassador John J. Muccio *1ndl- 

Ing Ihe IM# disaster. In two year*. J. Muceio would not comment on i eating that aerious attarks" have 

111.000 000 has been spent on the j the poaslbUlly of surplus planes; been made H* said thewe auack* 
dike*. from Japan being tent here jon South Korea were made by the 



dikes were under heavy prewure 
dorinf high tide early in Ihe day. 
but the barricade* held. 

A M«fooi tide presaed tone of 
water up from the river banks over j 
rail Hn« and Into low-lytng land I 
but the advance was halted before 
srrlou* flooding occurred. Three 
tliouiiand persons live In the Port 
Mann dLririct. 

The district Is outside the main 
network of Fraser Valley dike*. On 
I the main dike* work crews are being 
I reduced. 

I Trair* barrier* are now aeveral 
' feet ab«>ve rtrer level and with the 
! water peak In eight, work trewn 
I liave been reduced to patrols and 
I sandbagging has stopped. 

' Premier Byron Johnson made U 
plain today that Fra.Tr Valley resi- 
dents must pay for flood tight ex- 
penses and lowTS. 

The rest of British Columbia 
cannot be expected to asfume 
. responsibility for putting an army 
of workers on the FYa.ver farmland.* 
for two month* of every year." he 
said. 

He said the Province has done Its 
part by sharing with th« Dominion 



U.S. Officially Silent 
Over Invasion Report 



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forc«s ef Communlal Norther* 
Korea. 

FIRST STATEMENT 

The tint aUitemtni to oofM eN 
flcielly from the United SUlca Oo^ 
emmeiA said: 

*^rhe department has r«c«lv#d r 
preliminary report from th* Amtr* 
lean Ambassador to Korea, John J, 
Muccio. Indicating that sertou* at- 
tacks have occurred on the Republt* 
of Korea by the armed forces of th* 
Communist Northern Korean reglm*. 
Until the department )«« received 
further reports. U will h«v* no rom- 
o*eiii. ' 

The Defence Depertmeot ts*u*d n 
stat.rmpnt saying that H had b**n 
uiforme*! of the development* la 
Kore* through official Americaa 
channels. 

Th* statement said also that 0«a- 
«ral Om*r Bradley, chairman of th* 
joint chief* of fftaff, and other top 
military official* had been promptly 
: Informed 

NO IT.B. TROOPt 

I 

Th* depertment aald that a* 
j United State* troop* aro Involved 
I in Korea and that iii* only Amer- 
ican servicemen in that country ar* 
membert of th* United States mtlt- 
tarv moaion. 

The Amertron Ooverrunent, diplo- 
matic officials said, fleet two or- 
ient problems. 

Tltey *r« r|) whet to do abmA 
vvacuating the 1.700 Amerkart* In 
Southern Korea, especially women 
and children, and >3) what stop* 
to take to deal with the North 
Korean Communist aMauK on one 
, of the admitted weakc«t point* of 
tbe non -Communlal front. 



I WASHINGTON. June 34 (A^.^ 
. Korean Ambassador John Myun 
< Chang declared tbnlght Uial the 
I Northern Korean- attack on South- 
planes ;ern Korea was an aggressive acUon 



raised 

aimroved j r^terday will complete the 
remaining ten project* ThLi amount 
will be malched by the Provincial 
Government. 



oves 



Heaviest affirovstlve vote was east 
at the Prospect Lake polling sUUou 
where voteri were 60 per cent in 
favor of the plan. 

Municipal by-law was 1193 000 and 
Die rural porUon 1103.000. Tlie 
Provincial Government wrlll match 
(he*e amounts before the building 
progr^ start.v. 

School board affinals, who hare 
worked diUirntly on the by-law 
ever .xinre Its defeat tn 1949. heaved 
a long righ of relief when Uie final 
tally was made last nlglit. 

An early start was promired on 
the scheme. 

Passage of the by-law will result 
In the eonstrurlion of five new 
srhooU and an auditorium. purx-lia»e 
of five new school eliea. purthasc of 
furniture and equipment and 
niodernUatlon of certain schools. 



A S.1S5 000 school building by-law 
R< Siliool IHstrlct 63. defeated last 
fear by 63 votes, ^kl^nved through 
ycYlerday by a slim majority of 74 
votes. 

The enthuslar>Uc affirmative vote 
In tlie Saanich portion of Uve school 
du trlct eivaed the bj -law to success. 
Ttie rural portion.* following last 
f.-ar** pattern, defeated It. The rural 
area, however, haw lo accept the 
pl.\n because Ihe overall vote passed 
til* by-law. A recount will be held 
Alonday. 

In the Saanich portion ef DLitrtct 
in. 936 ballots were cast In favor, 
and 361 agwiiixt. lU share of the 
tuLal by-law. thereby easllv gaining 
Ih* 60 per cent malority required. 

In the ninil pari of the district 
4li9 voterr favered ihetr share of the 
b” -law aivd 447 voted in the neg*. 
ti\e. failing to give it the Uiree- 
flfih* majuriiy. 



Air Search Callfd Off Ovcrni 



Fifty-Eigta Believed lo Have Died 
tn Plane Lost (her Lake Michigan 

MILWAUKEE. Wls . June 34 ig* 

- Fifty-eight penvons were believed 
tonight to have peru«hed tn a 
NoiTbweft Air Unes plane which 
apparently vanished over storm- 
churned Lake Michigan early to- 
day. 



surface, and even beneath the 
waves east and northeast of Mil- 
waukee produced no definite cluer- 
As the lioura pamed. little hope was 
held that any of th* 55 escaped 
alive 

WOR.9T DI8ARTFR 
lioxa of all aboard would be the 
nation's worst commerrial airplane 
disaster. 

Th* last of 60 March atrplanex 
which scoured Che lake and Northern 
Wlaeonaln and Michigan were 
ordered tonight to call oft thetr 
hunt until daybreak. 

I Small boats also gave up the 
' search. A number of large Coast 
I Guard veeaela continued looking for 
' any survivora or wreckage. But 
^ foggy weather made vUtbillty poor 
' and hopes of suceer.* forlorn. 

Guard 



MOCiOLLON N.M, June 34 ■F - 
There are only five persona living 
here and. what's more, the town ts 
for sale, complete with theatre, cafe, 
iRjtel and stores. 



AiJlhoritali\r Souric 



Boats Search for Missing Plane 



Says Beds W ill yot Start 
War Within Three Years 



Inside Today 

Page 

Eden Amexxee Kouihc.ial 



The Weather 



Asia hlitMtien 



The Informant declared that the 
aitaches conaldered the Soviet aat- 
elllte armies in Eastern Europe e« 
"fourth and fifth-rate” machines, 
although the appolnlfnent of Soviet 
Marshal K. K. Rokoasovsy m head 
of the Polish armed forces ta ex- 
pected to Improve the Polish force*. 



PARIS. June 24 HNS'. — An. 
authorttaUve United SUtee inform- 
ant aald tonight that despite re- 
ported Balkan troop movemenU the 
coipenaiu of American military at- 
laciie* In Europe la that Runsla will 
not lanch a war "for at leaat three 
years.” 

Yugoslavia last night accused 
Mnacow-allled Bulgaria of dispatch- 
Ing troops "on a full war footing" 
toward the frontlera of Yuguelevla. 
the dissident Communist nation 
that broke with Rvusla and Iti 
aateUitsa two yean ago. 

WAR RPtCVLATION 
The European Informant aald 
that there has been apeculatkm that 
a war might begin before 1953, but 
tnoat diplomatic attachM who re- 
cenUx coweluded a ronference In 
Frankfurt Oennany. believed that 
"RuMta la just not prepared to 
start a war at !hU time because ber 
country u too run down. ' 

The reasoning behind this, ef 
couae. la that any open aatelUte 
attack on Yugoelavla involvM the 
risk for Ruaala of eourUng another 
1 world war. 



POREf AiT 

Victoria City— Cloudy, with a few 
rain ahowerx. UtU* chan** la 
lemperwiure Winds southerly at 
15 ra ph. 

High Today-«S. 

Yesterday's Bunthln^ll hours 
18 mtnoter 

Outlook for Monday^Rgvovar*. 
COLONIST READINGt 

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Home-Run .A«M»nU 



Bobbv Sox 
Reildlni Notex 

Canada Page 



The Milwaukee 
station aald It had received a re- ' 
port of a raft sighted about ten . 
mile* east of the Milwaukee break- . 
water light *Nr|lh people aboard" 
and had sent boat* to tsveetlgat* 
ONLY RAIXOON 
llowever. a navy patrol plane 
burned the object and determined It 
waa a ytOow balloon. 

Northwest Air Unee, awner* ef 
th* mlastBg DC-4 '‘air ODach.** aald 
tt* planes do not carry Itf* rafU on 
domestie flights. 

I A Dgvy daetrnyar iscnn engaged 
|tn the wrldeiRread air and surfaer 
aaareh today found oil. gasoline and 
atr b u b bl e s rtslng to the lake* sur- 
face. Tbe spot was enene tlx and 
a quarter mHa* ca*t ef South Mil- 
waukee 

later the Racine. Wi* . Coast 
. Guard station reported a diver 
found nothing on hla flrai deacent 
I St th* IROt. 



Ctaaalhed 



Cernks 



CsIbcrtMD *n Bridge 
Edtterials 
rioanclel New* 

Heard In Hellvweed 
Life's Uhe That ... 

Nexra - 

Marine New* 

OddlUee 

Rsdle C elemn 
RrdlB Program* 



NEW YORK. June 34 OT.— Mayor 
WlllUm O'Dwyer today seised an 
18-jTar-old youth who invaded hia 
bedroom tn Oracle Manirton. hla 
ofOcial reetdeoce. and held him 
until police arrived. 

Police aald the young men. Identi- 
fied aa Michael McOcRnoU.. ac^Ued 
a high Iron fence surrounding th* 
mansion grounds, entered the rear 
of the mansion arvd made hla way 
to th* mayor's bedroom. 

O'Dwy^. who will be 60 on July 
It la a fonner New York City pollcc- 
mao. 



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iTcral fotkller craft In aaareh for flant 



Destroyer escort Daniel Mower righti la iolned by •#' 

Northwest AirUne* plane which disappeared tn Lake Mlchigmn yeatarday with M penon* 
aboard, tn upper left a diver Is shown deacendlng from a Coast Guard boat at a epot where 
ofl atirkji wer# reported eight mile* east of Boulh Milwaukee. Direr found no trace of plane. 









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S EATTLE, June 34 

Tvo Vlevoru men, O. t. 
An4rew» niul W. K. kUedon. 
•Id. wm nmonf five gue»u 
nt • Bettilc hotel who hed 
Ihetr room! rnnsecited yntcr- 
day. PoUc* aaUi I&&6 wm 
uken from waUcu> pf the 
prowler. Andrews reported he 
lost ISO and Macdonald <90. 



U.S. Radios., Appliaiic 
Conie o(l‘ Banned List 



QueuUie. wlu> holds the' Prench 
ptwtwar endurance record of IS 
mrmihs iu Premier. 

PARLEY RI.(Kh.SLS 

I 

Pour huura after Bidauli quit. Uie ^ 
alx>natlon conference on the 6chu* 
man plan recessed for Ute deleEafea , 
to gu home and consult their gm- 
ernmetita. 

They are to return July 3. and bj 
that time everybody hoped France 
would have a fulNfledged govern- 
ment. 

But It was recalled tliat the last 
crisis between governments In 
Prance lasted three weeks. 

BldauU threatened that his 
Catholic party, the popular Re- 
publican movement, would not co- 
operate In a new Oovemmem If his 
cabinet were overthrown. If the 
threat Is made to stick, "new elec- 
I Uons would have to come soon in- 
' stead of In the Autumn of 19M. 

The party is needed 



PARTS. June 34 .iP^.^The Natiofial 
Assembly refused a vote of confi- 
dence today and Premier Georges 
Bidault and his Cabinet realgned at 
the moment Franca was engaged ; 
In delicate negotiations over Indo- 
china and the Bi-hunian plan. 

The vote was »3 to 330 against 
the Covemmeiii on a que?>Uon of 
Increased mlan«» for «o\rriuaem 
employees. 

The. dapper Ullle Piinie Minister 
had been In office for eight months. 
Hurt by his defeat. Bidault re- 
minded the Assembly that the franc 
has grown stronger and that prices 
have become atablised under hla 
middle-of-the-road govemmem. He 
asked bitterly: 

"Now. where Is the Oovenuneol's 
reward?" 

Political observers speculated that 
preaideni Vincent Aurlol might ask 
Japanese Communist leaders fn>m Bidault to attempt to form a new 
nubile life government. The most promlaemly- 



Conic in and see our untivos' 
ly large telrrhon. All ivpes or 
■prerioos sod semi-prennus 
sicoes. Slelectrd lor their ev- 
ceilent quality sod imsg>n 
atnc erslivmaovlop. Whether 
It's B wedding niig or an en- 
gagement ring you're looking 
for. you'll get the best buy 
for your money at either of 
Francis' two downtown 
shop*. 



TORONTO. June 14 EP».-Pro- 
vtivcial police said' tiMiight the eus- 
peei captured in connection with 
Uie hunt for a bank baiidU-kiUer 
wiU be charged with vagrancy. 

Tlie man was captured near 
Btaflordrille by a posse. 

He was taken by police to SUncoe. 
33 mllea from BtafTordvlUe. but so 
far he has refused to reply to police 
questioning. 

Police say that idCDUflcsUoa of 
the man Is difficult. He has a four 
to five-day beard and was "badly 
chewed'up" by mosquitoes. 

Officers are checking the sus- 
pect's clothM and papers to find 
I clues to his Identity. 

THO KILLED 

I 

Tlie suspect was flushed from a 
I bush near BtafTordvlUe. ten miles 
! west of Langton. where the bank 
i robbery took place. Two oirn were 
i killed when they gave chase to the 
bandit after he fled after Ihe bank 
holdup in a car. 

The man captured by the 
fordvllle posse likely will be ar- 
raigned In court Monday on tha 
vagrancy charge, which Is a tech- 
nical way of holding the suspect. 



By Calenbl Ottawa I'erreapeodent . 

OTTAWA. June 34 — Another 
major step along the decontrol road 
will be tsJien by Canada on July 1. 
when a wide range of prohibited 
goods will be allowed to enter ttau 
eotaitry from tha tJnited States for 
the rint tune alnca November, 1947. 

Theae articles next Saturday come 
off the prohibited list and go on 
tha total Ust based on 60 per cent 
of base period imports. They include 
washing machines, radio receivers, 
gramaphonea, outboard motors, amali 
boats, ptanoa, organs and showcases. 

In addition, the following arUrlea 
RO off tha prohibited list and on 
the quota list based on 44 per cent 
of base period Imports, canned and 
froaen eegetablea, abup preparattom. 
dried fruJta and fruit pulps. 

Importation on open permit wUl 
be allowed from non-scheduled 
roumiiea and on existing quota 
from other countnea for electric 
rilshSTashera, mixers and ironers. 
juice extractors and garbage disposal 
units, • 

LOWER PRICES 
Tfie latest decontrol measure will 
mean keener with 

prices on some lines definitely slated 
to go down. The move will be the 
second phase of the deeonirol of 
a wide variety of goods which have 
been on tha prohibited Use as cwrl 
of Canada's United States dollar- 
■avlng campaign. The first step 
was taken last AprU when a num- 
ber of eootrols were eased In 
preparation for tl^ more Important 
move on July 1. 

The July 1 move repraaents the 



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as scheduled 
to form an anil-CommunKt coall- ' 
ll<m because after the CommunlsU 
it Is the largeai In the asRembly. 

Bldault’s disappointment was In- 
creased by the appearance of In- 
stability France gave to the world 
Just at the moment she has taken 
the limelight with Foreign Minuter 
Robert Bchuman's plan to con- 
solidate European coal and ateel in- 
dustries under a supra-national 
sL-.iihorlty. 

CARETAKER 

Now Bchuman has lost hU job. 
though he remains In office as a 
lame-duck caretaker until a new 
government is formed; 

Bchuman. belongs to Bidault's 
Popular Republican Party. Should 
the party uphold Bidaiilrs threat- 
ened boycott, he will not be in the 
new cabinet 



the Russiana termed the Boviet ' 
document “a ahamelul misuse of 
diplomatic privileges." 

The Russian letter was written by 
Col. Sevastyan Polyaahenko, acting 
member of the AUied CouncU for 
Japan. 

The Russians had demanded that 
MacArthur withdraw his orders to 
tha Japanese Government directing 
the putge. 

PREVARICATION 

MacArthur said be had no alterna- 
tive but to disapprove the Russians 
"intemperate proposals" and "to re- 
ject the complete context of the 
^document Itself." 

"Rarely Indeed," he added, "have 
I perused such a conglomeration of 
mlMUtement. misrepresentation, 
and prevarication of fad. 

constructive 



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L06 ANGELES. June 34 tA^.— 
The University of California, world's 
largest educational InsUtuUon. has 
fired 157 faculty members and other 
employees who refused to sign 
satements saying that they are not 
Coromuntsu. 

Tha dismissals were ordered yes- 
terday by tha board of regents. - 
.The university president. Dr. 
Robert Gordon Sproul. told the 
regenu that 9.039 letters were sent 
to urUversliy employees. a.'king them 
to state as a condition of employ- 
ment that they are not members of 
All the non- 



Meeting 

Of U.N. 

Called 



LIMIT TAXIK 

HALIFAX «CP>. -- Tlils Nova 
Scotun capital may place a limit 
on the number of taxis allowed to 
operate within ita limits. City 
council has a.sked police chief 
Verdun Mitchell to confer with 
taxi operators to determine tha 
number tgat should be allowed. 



GROUSE NEST 



rrgtcts llir iiuOtivecKciu'c to their 
guests who had reserved lor the Summer, but. due lo the eoniplete 
loss of the Lodge, we will not be open again this season. 



WABHINOTON. June 36 <8unday> 
Tha United BUtes early today 
formally called for an ImmedUu 
meeting of tha United Nations Be- 
cuflty Council to deal with a Com- 
munist Invasion of South Korea. | 
Fress Officer Lincoln White said 
that "we asked that this meeting be 
held this afternoon." 

White, a Btata Department 
spokesman, made this formal an- 
nouncement. saying that the Am- 
erican action had been taken at 
1:10 am. Eastern Standard Tinp; 

"The United S»tes haa asked the 
Mcretary-general of the United 
Nations to notify tha president of 
the United Nations Security Council 
that the United Steles Oovemm^l 
Immedlaio meeting of 
Ihe Security CouacU to consider the 
Korean situation." 

• SERIOl 8 ATTACKS " 

I Thu action came a few hours 
after word was received here of an 
invasion ~ the Bute Departmant 
called It a wrtes of "serious attacks" 
-by North Korea on the United 
SiatfH-spoDsored South Korean Re- 
public. . 



“Without new or 
thought. It Is but a labored repeti- 
tion of the line of fantasUc propa- 
ganda which for some time has been 
emanating from centres within the 
orbit of Communist totalitarian 
Imperlalum." 

Mar Arthur said he bad conaWered 
the Russian protest "In a vain 
search for some semblance of merit 
and validity." 

He added that the purpose of the 
document was plain— "to support 
'and encourage those few Irrespon- 
sible Japanese bent upon creating 
mass confusion and social unrest 
leading to violence and disorder." 



Shot by Police 
U.S. Gunman 
Fights to Live 



A Difficult Job? 



the Communist Party 
signers K*re t 

hearing. 

The 167 who were’ fired Ignored 
this right. 

The dUmiasah are effective June 
30. Names of those di.vharged were 
not disclosed, since they can re- 
apply for their jobs by Bigntng the 
non-Communlst statement In their 



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pared at all time* lo fix M»ur 
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TND1ANAPOLI8. June 34 <IN8>. 

Henry Harland ShsUon. one of 
the nation's "moat wanted" enm- 
mals, who was shot down by FHJ. 
agenu last night, fought for his 
life today In IndlanapolU General 
HneplUl. 

The 40-year-old desprerado and 
Jail breaker was shot twice through requesU an 
the body as agenia foiled an ap- 
parent plot by Shelton and two 
companions lo hold up the Foun- 
tain Squara branch of Merchants 
National B»nk In Indianapolis. 

Dr. J. 8. Bean said Bhellon re- 
ceived two blood transfusions and 
was gsinmg strengUi. but described 
his condlilim as "critical." 

BEATEN TO DRMV 
Tlie F.B-I. men proved too fast on 
the draw for the "mad dog criminal 
as they moved in on him tasl night 
outside an east side tavern. 

One approached Shelton a.n he 
left the tavern and said: 

"Come on. fellow. It's all over” 

Shelton answered. "That’s what 
you think . . And pulled a pistol 



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Page 3— Local 

9 i|t Ballg CSolontflt Victor^, BX., s«a., Ju« 25, 1250 

Annual Pedestrian Count Held 



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Around Town 

- With Additionil DUtrict Newi on P»ge 33 ■ j 

Carson Promises Early Start | 

On Express Road to Airport 

A promise of an early start on the work of straighten- 
ing, widening and generai overhaul of the East Saanich 
Road was offered yesterday-by Hon. E. C. Carson, Minister ; 
of Works. 

The changes are aimed at speeding travel between 
Victoria and Patricia Bay. ! 

1 Mr. Carson said he had received conflitnatlon from 
Hon. R. W. Mayhew, Minister of Fisheries, that the Fed- 
eral Government had set aside $150,000 In supplementary 
estimates Friday, as Its share of the cost of the work 
this year. 

i The Works Minister added that plaiw and specifica- 
tions would be sent to Ottawa for approval, after which 
tenders would be called. 

-Work wUl be lUrted U»lJ Sum- [ 

"“a pmenTtTuenetk *t the jnne- I Todav’s QuCStion 
tloo of Evt and West 6aenlch a' ^ 

anH R/wal rtak will nrntwKI* I AnSWCT OO PtS* ^ 



-Work wUl be itarted Uile Sum- 
mer" he promUed. 

A preaent bottleneck at the |uae- 
tloo of Eant and Weet Saanich 
Roada and Royal Oak will probably 
be the first point of attack. Plans 
call for a new road from the North 
Quadra Road near the Health Cen- 
tre to meet East Saanich Road near 
Royal Oak Burial Park, kv-Qais- 
Ing the JuncUon. 

I • • * 

TO CLOSE EARLY 



What fiih Uto longaet? 



tre to meet caai naanicn noaa near ^ the NaUonal Rmearch 

Royal Oak Burial Park, by-QaM- 
Ing the JuncUon. « • • 

• • « ^ RING BTOLE.M 

TO CLOSE EARLY * ft. Walker. 1133 Rockland 

Early cloalnf on Wedneeday dur- Avenue, reported to city police Frl- 
Ing the Summer montha wai an- day night the loea of a $300 diamond 
Dounced yeeterday by. offlciala of ring from her home. There waa no 
the Victoria Public Library. I algn of entry, police reported. 

Margaret J. Clay, librarian, aatd ... • c. J « L''* > ■ R! *L 

the InetltuUon would cloee at noon. Albxmi otUQCnt rlFSl 1(1 iTOrtn 
Wednesdays, starting next week and - 
continuing until September 13. I t r e • 






Thomas., May 21 f liief. 
Hits Gly ”liilerfrreiice” 

Eequtznalt Reeve A. I. Thomas. I •mterferenre’* wnh affaire ef IhS 



bratinna Aaaociatton. last night 
1 Issued an -emphaUe denial" of , , 

.suumenu that the cliyt ^y 34 

I fiesta ended $8,000 In the red. CouncU In ray opliUon has no 

j Tht amount Is erroneous." he ,yfhonty snd no right to Interferw 
! said, -It Is definitely not corrert.” wuh the aaeoriatlnn until such tlma 
The exact amount of the deficit, as the aasociatlon requesU them • 

iMA He pointed out that each munlcl- 
whlch, he Indicated, waa far | jj^y^^ad a representative on tha 
than tha unofficial astlmales, wUl committee, and Vle- 

be announced at a public meeting tuna had two. 



chairman of Greater VlctorU Cele- reW>ratlona asaoeUilon. 

bratinna Aaaoctatlon. last night i K^Uy CouncU apjx>lnW a ^lal 

I committee to look Into May 14 



Uons AaaoclaUon next I "It s the duty of the Victoria 
Time and place of representaUves to give their report 
. . i to the council " 



of the CelebraUona AaaoclaUon next 
Wednesday. Time and place of 
the meeting have not yet been set. 
I -As far aa I'm concerned the 
I meeting will be open to the public," 
; the reeve said. 



NATIONAL DEBT 
The United Statai national debt 
roae from »$0 per person In 1913 to 



— ColoBUt Mioto. 

8U-year-old Karen Findler. 644 Lampson Street, pictured 
above In polling aUtlon at Esqutmalt Municipal Hall, bad two 
reasons for accompanying her parents while they voted yester- 
day. First. It was her birthday, and secondly, she waa Just tha 
right age to have a great interest In schools. 



He lashed out at City Council 81.970 at tiie end of tha World War. 

More Than 100 Extinffuihlieil 

Thirty-Six Forest Fires 
Still Bunting in Province 

Thlrty*Mx of 111 new foreat fires ; Vancouver and Vancouver Island 
reported In British Columbia during , dlAiiirta have had 107, Prlnco 
the peat week were eUll burning | Rupert areg is. Port George areo 
I yesterday. Provincial Forest Service , 54. Ksmloops area 147 and Neleon 



vd secondly ahe waa jiist tha I oOctala reporttd. area, $8 

r in At ^ 

^ ' were burning In various parts of the , up to $9.01^ so far Last year. In the 

Province Of the total. 1 16 had been seme period. 54.1 f.res had been 
Deaths In childbirth In Canada extinguished at latest reports. ^ dealt with at a total coet of 934.693. 
■opped from 8-6 deaths per 1.000 pires In British Columbia foreauf Tlie year belore that, 363 Area had 
re binha In 1938 to 1.8 In 1948. so far this year have numbered 422, been luughl at a total cost of $17,114. 



Victoria, Duncan Girls 

A reipiast has been received from ’TV/"* rtk ^ A 1 

Win $50 Essay Award 

SuTbojn vu:«rl. nrl -r. ^ 

Limited,'’ which carrtea ffjerved I named winners of the $50 first prlx* _ 

sest passengers daDy from Victoria in the Vancouver Board of Trade ^ 

N«.lmo Pert Al- 8.C. ProducU Bur«u lob «ub, LhooUor 

eompeUUon In tha Vlclorla-to- -Logging": Muriel Dodiworth, Ei- 
Tl« requMt ^ from u office -Accounlanl.- and 



dropped from 8.6 deaths per 1.000 
; Uv« births In 1938 to 1.8 In 1848. 



^-'COlOtkJti Fboto — 

Mechanical counter! used for making city', annual pedestrian 'c^‘ «« “eS 

emmi were ticking over merrily ywterday as r. .r M oa passengers daDy from VlctorU 

crowds to city. In above picture, taken at. rnm#r of v«ew and Duncan. Nanaimo and Port Al- 
Douglas Streets. Mrs. Joyce Fraser, 280 Superior Street, Is seen beml. 

making count. Counters at 60 different polntt In downtown request came from an official 

area completed task with sunburn and well-exercised thumbs, of the Club Phllo-Canadlen. Bel- 
Purpose of count Is to assist assessor's department in arriving gium. The group etoo asked for one 
at valuations. , of the small metal flags borne by the 

— — coaches, with the words "The 

¥¥ • 1 O* 

namish himnson Xj3,lI1S LEAVES FOR OTTAWA 

1 I John Wallace Colbert of 1811 

A 1 . 1 I Belmont Avenue, who headed the 

lop Award al blenlyon orBr«rcorb.;'uS*,rr«:'. 

1 w B.ASC. degree, left this week for 

■amlsh Bbnpeon, eon of Glenlyon Hamlsh Simpson. Mlchsel Witter; ^ Ottawa. 

Prepatory School Headmaster J. Ian John Sparks. Donald Hoepcs; jjf. Colbert will take up ap> 

^ ^ »w rV-A. Roger Ramsey, Christopher 

■lmi»cb. wu th. Morton 

Shield for lop achievement In studies Qrown, Jeremy Watney; HI-A, Tam ViAlU CifV 

and garnet at the school'e piixe- Robertson. Harry Sharpe; III-B, i 
giving ceremonies Friday. Murray Peglar, Robert Taylor; H-A. 

Th. Ftrru MKdo«n 8hl.M Ibr ahmn. B,^. PM« BtocMlB ; II-B. j 
. ^ ^ iBenJle 8111a, Angus Archer, Brian 

aharactar and conduct went to r 



A Victoria and a Duncan girl were $15. Hauler's essay was entitled 



of the Club PhllO'Canadlen. Bel- _ 

glum. The group elso asked for one Shirley Smith cf Vlc- 

of the small metal flags borne by the torla High School and Alena Pro- 
coaches. with the words "The kupek of Duztean High School. 



^ _ I w Third prUes of $3.33 went to Alan 

C. Product. Bur«u ]ob «ud, Dunen High School. lor 

impeUUon In the Vlclorta-to- -Logging": Muriel Dodiworth, Es- 
uncao area. qulmalt High. -Accountant,'* and | 

They are Shirley Smith of Vic- May Wong. Mount Douglas High, 
ri. High School and Alcn. Pro- 

ipcl. of Duhc«. High School. 8PCCU1 menuon ™ ^ 

essays by Marie Cullen. Cobble HlU 



uiarw lunuieo. Hartley O. Brown of Albeml was Hoad. North 

«^*B. first-place winner to the Nanaimo- gsanlch High; Keith Sandford. Es- 

LKAVE8 FOR OTTAWA couTtenay-Albeml area. Betty Anne ^inialt High: Marilyn Macloud. 

John WaUace Colbert of 1811 Carstens of Courtenay High was Mount View High, and Flora Dun- 
Belmont Avenue, who headed the second, and Tom Shorter of Lady- j^p Esquimau High. 

graduating class of the University smith and D. Ray of Albeml were ' 

of British Columbia this year for the third. ^ ^ ^ 

B.ASC. degree. left this week for ANNUAL EVENT I /aof YkY wi lYfYC 

The job stud, program is designed U1 

Mr. Colbert will take up ap- to acquaint students with aU forms | /“il • I 

of todustrtal, commercial and agrl- I 1||a I llttll'k 

V* *• ' ciiltural life In British Columbia. It LvJ villlllAY 

IMIS I.IIV „ «»h«r,d b, th. V„. drop ta rg, produc- 

C 0 UTcr^ 0 fTr^.«vdth. D,. wldcprcd .UughWr 



eharecter and conduct went to 

Michael Witter. 1 

Prises were presented by Brig ^ • ¥ Y 1 1 

o A Mccr^ services Held 

Winners of special prises were , 

Scripture. Walter MCLesn; writing, • a 

John Walker: art. Patrick Hartley. 1^ YlPWIIlPflf 

naturs study exhlbKs, Peter Clark. *• Rl.ViaA41VflIE 

David Brown: handlcraXu. Robj runeral services for Mm. Florence 

Denny; Kannlng Prise for achieve- petucrew. 79. of 9430 Cook Street, 
ment and affort, Ross Young; Thureday. were held 

prlM for affort, Ian Thow, Robert | McCaU Br». Puneral 

Maddalon. Jamm DeWolf. Nell Mac- chapel. 



Duff, Roger Bernard. 

SPORT8 PRIZES 



> Mrs. Pettlcrew, who was bom tn 
ICoUlngwood. Ont.. has been a resl- 



Sporls prtsM: MoOiverln Bat. for ^ dent of Victoria snd district for the 
Ihs best all-round cricketer. Donald , past 58 years. She was widow of 



partment of Education. 



flocks stricken by Newcastle j 



StudenU from aU high schools to di^ase wlU causa another Jump to I 
tha province enter essays to th# prtce,, wholesalers said yester- ' 
erunpetltlon on Job studies of voca- 

tional opportunlUes to different to- Dealers expect Increases each week 
dUStrleS. tim* tjirv* and mMlIum 



tional opportunlUes to different to- Dealers expect Increases each week 
dustrles. l^me. Large and medium 

Flrst-prlae winners are eligible to eggs will go up two cerrts a dosen 
compete for the Board of Trade's and puUet eggs will cost one cent 
Pacific NaUonal EzhlbtUon grand extra. 



award of a 8380 bursary for voca- 
Uonal training after graduaUon. 



The rising price ef eggs Is being 
felt all over Canada but prices are i 



Miss Smith chose as her subject, higher and wlU stay higher on the ' 
'Industrial Nursing," while Miss West Coast, dealers felt. 



Prokupek wrote on -Chemlj 
Industry 

VICTORIANS PLACE 



Chemistry In 



*7<ORLK" GA8EI 
The rsre. or noble, rises sre the 



Hospes: bowling 



Michael < the late Robert PeUlcrew. 



Bartag-OouW. who took S3 wickets! Moir A. J, Waters performed 

for 135 runs; Junior crlckH prlRi toj services and interment was at 

Robert Taylor and Roger Barclay, t^e Colwood Burial Park. 

The Houwi Prise, for cross-country. Pettlcrew U mourned by one 

football, boxing, track and cricket, ^ daughter, MUs Florence Bernice 
was won by the White House, cap- i petUcrew. st home: one son. Robert 
Mined by Hamlsh Slnlpson. C. Pettlcrew. of Seattle. Wash., one 

Form prlM winners were: V-A,: sister and three brothers. 



IN8PECTOR PERCY MERRITT 
Of the Salvation Army, who 
arrived to Victoria Friday on a 
tour of citadel bands to Western 
Canada. Band Inspector Merritt, 
from Toronto, conducted a mustoal 
cUnle In the Pandora Avenue cita- 
del. Friday night. HU Job Is to 
encourage snd develop SalvaUon 
Army bands scroas the>Domtolon. 



Gerald E. HaUler of Victoria High eleroenU helium, argon, krypton. 
School and W. E. Fletcher of Mount neon, wnom and radon, all of which 
View each won the second prise of sre chemically Inert. 



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The adllor drew an -X" on an 
air map* ef the world, with London , 
ai the tatsTBScUon ef tha two lines. i 
Then ht handed each of the corrss- i 
pondenU A plans ticket and said, 
-Go," 

They want. One followed one leg 
af the -X” to Santiago. Chile. The 
ascond traced bis line to the nor- 
themmosi point of Norway. The 
third landed to Delhi. 

The fourth correspondent, George 
Angeloglou, followed his line 7.000 
mllee to Victoria. In Victoria, yes- 
tanlay. Mr. Angetoglou said he was 
**tct 7 happy" ba hid drawn the 
t^ned<»" end of the "X" because 
he'd -long had a desire to sec this 
great country of yours." 

GATHERING MATERIAL 
Bines his arrival to Montreal. 11 
hours after leeVlng London. Mr. 
Angeloglou has been assiduously 
gatbertog material about Canada 
for his part of a four-part sertes oo 
ths "magic-carpet aspects of modem 
traval.* The serlM will be pub- 
tn Ool special dvll avlatlbn 
edition to September. 

Mr. Angslogloa has Isamed a lot 



about Canada, and he has found It 
a land of constant surprlaas. 

"1 thought I knew Canada when 
1 saw Montreal." he said, "but I 
soon learned how wrong X arts as I 
started westward." 

ASTONItIHEO 

Re wu astonished at tha dif- 
ferences, social as well as geo- 
graphical, among Canada's major 
dues. 

Mr. Angeloglou. Greek by birth, 
speaks French and English with 
equal fluency. He found the co- 
existence of the taro languages to 
Montreal -a delight." He was Im- 
pressed by Winnipeg's melUng-pot 
naiurf. by the vigor of Calgary, the 
prosperity of Edmonton. 

"Even between Vancouver and 
Victoria I found great variation." he 
said. 

Mr. Angeloglou was overwhelmed 
I by Canada's vast dlstancsa. *'"In 
Britain." he said, "if a man goes 30 
or 30 miles sway from home. It's 



quits a holiday. But you people , 
seem to drive 150 miles to have ' 
dinner with friends, snd think 
nothing of it" 

UNDERPOPULATED 

He was also "amased" at the 
country's "tremendous onderpopula- 
tlon." Ha thinks Canada should 
fling wide the Immigration doors, 
but on ths condition that "imml- ^ 
grants rsllnqulah tbdr national 
background and their ties with their 
former homes, and become real 
Canadlana. 

-Thafi how the UBA. buUt up 
Its popotatkm and became a strong, 
united nation." he said. 

I Canada’s "arUflclal drinking 
laws." Mr. Angeloglou said, were 
"very peoiUar.” 

Mr. Angeloglou acta aa a flying 
reporter only eccastonaUy. Rls 
"real Job" Is heading up the BB.C.'s 
Greek transmission service. 

When he’s not going for Oo. he's 
greeting the Greeks. 



Common Sense Eye Care 

Il's the lentible thing to convitR tn Oplnmcirut rrgu'urly. 
Our eye^^lhc organs we depend on most «^o not correct 
their own difficulties. Only alr^lled visual sttrntion can do 
that. An Optoflietrlit can do mach to keep you seeing com- 
fertsbly ever the years. Sec him st onca 

OPTOMETRIST 



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the pace of progress 

WITH Almost methodical regularity we hear or read 
of startling new discoveries in medicine. The pace of 
progress in research hat been greatly accelerated. 
Hundreds of trained people are devoting their lives 
to organixed research where there waa but one a few 
yean ago. Aa soon as the value of a new drug haa 
been eatablished. it it made available to the medical 
profesiion. A chronic condition from which you have 
been suffering may yield to a new treatment today. 
It is wiser than ever before lo see your physician 
regularly once or twice a year. We take pride in 
maintaining complete stocks of the newer medicinal 
agents, ready to serve you on the order of your 
physician. 



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1211 Broad Stract, ^ctorla. B C. 

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School By^Lfttvs Carry, OverStarfUng .4/>a//»y 



G reater Victoria’s several school by- 
laws carried by the necessary three- 
fifths majority of those voting at the 
polls on Thursday and Saturday, but In 
District 61, 85 per cent of the qualified 
voters did not exercise their franchise. 
Loans amounting to $1,042,400 for the com- 
bined areas of School Districts Nos. 61 and 
63 were ratified, and, with a like amount 
from the Provincial Government, will now 
permit completion of the major school con- 
struction program. A final estimate last 
evening showed that approximately 8.000 
ratepayers voted, out of some 40,000 eligible 
to do so in District 61. 

The loan by-laws carried decisively In 
Victoria City, Oak Bay. Esqulmalt. View 
Royal and the inner sections of Saanich, 
but by such a small percentage of the total 
number of ratepayers that this result was 
badly shaded. In the rural part of Saanich 



(District 63) it took the combined talliei 
of both areas to overcome a reverse vote in 
one of them. The by-law concerned carried, 
however, with 74 votes to spare over lU 
official sanction. 

At stake in the several referendums were 
the following loan amounts: Victoria City, 
$401,706; Saanich (61), $115,887; Oak Bay, 
$100,780; Esqulmalt, $35,519; and View 
Royal. $12,528. These were the sums de- 
clared needed to complete the consolidated 
school construction program laid down In 
1947 and held up by reason of rising con- 
struction costs. Even this addition, some 
$1,332,800 with Provincial Government 
help, will merely meet the requirements for 
Greater Victoria schools at the present, 
with little provision for the future. The 
fact that so few voted on such an im- 
portant public Issue was the chief surprise 
of the reWendums. 



Let the Meters Poy for Off-Street Parking 

COONER or later Victoria will have to that Is at iMt 

S^Rce the problem of priding auto- Maiiag(n?"A.^iatto^ recently reported 
mobile parking facilities. The situation 10.000 population 

In downtown areas already is acute, and operate municipal parking lots, many 

what it will be five or ten years hence any of them financed initially by returns from 
one with half an eve can picture. Yet all on-street meters. In Boston, where $485,000 

that the City does is to push the metered was collected last year, all such revenue is 

sones farther and farther out. as a means earmarked for the purchase of municipal 

of raising more revenue rather than an parking sites. . , . 

attempt at relief from congestipn. In Victoria there are several prtrattty- 

To all suggestions that the council should ‘ operated parking lots, and a number of 
undertake to find a solution the answer ..stores "^^ke parks available free to Ihrir 
is that the City has no money. But it has— customers. All of them pul ^ 

and from a source most vitally affected. ever, are not enough for current needs 

the motorist himself. By the end of next let alone those of the future rate at 

month the City wIU own the parking meters which the 

outright and will take from them revenue every way the provision of PR^^^B 

aoDrwhing $50,000 a year. The council for shoppers and tourists would be goOT 

may have other Ideas for the use of this business. Current meter revenue cou d 

money, but there could be none more prac- carry any loans 

tical and sensible than the provision of off- easUy pay for their own 

street parking areas. Rhould in time give the city substantial 

This off-street parking propo.sltlon Is one income for other uses. 



A Policeman Should Head a Police force 

T he contemplated swallowing of the The police mind si 
British Columbia Police by the Royal with people and cli 

_ .. .. A . j n-K-.- !«.. IViA arlmintctrflHnn 



I British Columbia Police by the Royal 
^ Canadian Mounted Police increases in- 
terest In the individual who heads the na- 
tional force. The present Incumbent of 
that post. Commissioner S. T. Woods, is 
reported to be due for superannuation 
shortly and rumors are extant In the East 
that his »ucce.«or will be a military man. 
not a policeman. Even If there seems to 
be a tendency these days to provide lucra- 
tive civilian Jobs for wartime generals, this 
would be a mistake. The experiment has 
been tried before both here and In Great 
Britain, without much success. 

It has become readily apparent that while 
some policemen make excellent soldiers up 
to and Including the rank of general, the 
reverse docs not often hold true. It Is not 
a military mind that should direct a police 
force, but a policeman’s mind. There is all 
the difference In the world between them. 



The police mind stems from famiiiarily 
with people and civilian life, with which 
the administration of law concerns itself, 
something that is foreign to the training 
and employment of soldiers. Nor Is it desir- 
able that a mlUtary regime should be 
established at the head of a national police 
force w'lth Immense centralized powers and 
ruling by remote control. 

In aSo reputable an organization as the 
R C.M.P. there must be several fully trained 
officers capable of taking over the reins of 
leadership to whom the appointment of a 
military outsider would come as a severe 
blow to morale, as it would be to the whole 
force. If Ottawa does not concede this to be 
the case another doubt Is raised as to the 
wisdom of selling out the British Columbia 
Police to the national organization. Unless, 
perhaps, this province might provide the 
RC.M P. with a new police commLssioncr 
as part of the bargain. 



Letters and Excerpts 

M tM MlUr tar •• ’••■•••• art vtlrtva » Mt? art MW. •*^*»** 

ufr^a kiw Cw M N. «ktlt at M tart, ttatar ta« t«4f*M rt IM 

fair. I«8 w ^ aarfMa*a<»»*a mbmi M f*lara»* 



( COl'RTI';SY NOTEl> 

6ir,-4 would like to draw our motorlaU allen- 
Uon to the courtesy of our visitor* from the 
United Slate* in allowing people to eroi* our 
•UmU without the fear of being run down. 

Vielorla motorist* have not abowm any cour- 
tesy In that respect at all. I ride a bicycle and 
when U come* to crossing street* It I* practically 
impossible to reach the other aide until all our 
car* have gone by. When a car does slop to allow 
you go through you don't have to look twice lb 
see where the car comes from, and U Isn’t from 

Canada. ^ , 

I, for one. want to go on record a* thanking 
these very courleoua people from across the 
border. Our motorUll ehould take a Up from 
these people who have the pedestrians In mind. 

not themaelve*. at all tlme.^. 

J. CARRUTHER8. 

174S Emerson Street. Victoria, B C. 

MTTI.F THEATRE 

8lr.— I ahould like to add my brief word to 
your two correspondents who complained about 
the lack of support given local amateur iheatri- 
«als. I, too, went to tee both 'Tools Rush In” 
and"Lorer* Leap” and thought It a shame that 
auch finished performances ahould have each 
meagre audience*. In the Utter play I par- 
Ucularly admired the aplrlted work of the 
leading Udy— whose name I forget, but who put 
over the most eonvincinf attack of hysterlei I 
have aver eten. 

How this particular group manages to main- 
tain Ite own theatre In the fact of such pubUe 
1 am unable to understand. Are there 
no wealthy people here with enough senee of dvle 
reeponalbllity to help along a good cause with 

financial aid? ^ ... 

I might add that the tvro pUya I mention 
provided me with the two moet enjoyable eve- 
nmga I have spent aa a visitor in your very 

lovely elty* 

<im.) MAVIS U.WIUIOT. 

-Bl^hudcne'. Oak Bay Avenoo, 

Tletorta. B.a 

LUMBER FRICER _ 
am wTitlng to protest the aeuon nf the 
lumber dealer* of this province In iheir un- 
warranted hike in the price of lumber. 

■nicy aey that this hike in price U necessary 
M ^ing the price of lumber en the domestic 




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•In e»« snything hsppsiu to me youH find west week's sermon In my desk. Don't forget te psy the ergsnist . . . Miss Peewit wlU 

help you with the perish itisg. mw ~ 



market In line with the price being paid In the 
United BUtfs. their principal export market. 

Well, this problem I* not unsolvable. I would 
say to nltack this problem In the same manner 
as the salmon operators do when they find that 
I he United Stales market U paying more for 
fish to the fishermen than they are willing to 
pay. They simply call upon the Federal Oovern- 
menl to place an embargo on the export of such 
and such a variety of salmon. 

This policy la being carried out continuously 
In the fishing Industry and I do not see any 
reason why U should not work Just as well with 
regard to the lumber Indoatry. 

When the United Statea market was paying 
SS cents a pound fur cohoe aalmon and the local 
market was paying IS cente for the same aalmon, 
needleas to eay, ail the cohoe was going to the 
United States market; but the salmon operators 
did not rai.se their price to 3S cent a pound. All 
they did waa to call on the Federal Government 
lo place an embargo on the export of fresh cohoe 
salmon, with the result that one day we. In the 
fishing industry, were getting SS cents a pound 
for eohoe and the day after the embargo vrent 
into effect we got 18 cents for cohoe aalmon. 

I aay. let the Federal Government place an 
'embargo on the axport of our lumber to the 
United State* 

ELGIN NEISH. 

' M09 Currie Road. Oak Bay. B.C. 

Sonnet on Chillon 

Ettrnal ipirit ^ tht chain! fu mindt 
Bnghftst in dungtom. Liberty, thou an. 

For thffi thy hobifofion ii the heorf— 

Thr Aeorf which tovt of thrt ahnt ran bind: 
And whtn thy ion* fo fef/ers are conwpn d— 
To ffttirt. and tht damp cault't dayint gloom. 
Thair country conqum with thmr martyrdom. 
And fretdom'e fame findi wtnge en every wind. 
Chillon! thy prison is a holy place. 

And fhff sad floor an alfar^or *r am trod. 
Unfif ms vsry steps had left a trace 
Worn, as if thy cold poivmfnf ttyre a sod. 

By Bonryii'ard' ItttU none those marks efface! 
for they appral from tyranny to God. 

- Lord Byron* 

Religion's m the heart, not lo the knee. 

^DOUGLAS W. iERROLO. 



Thinking Aloud 

^ . of ihoes— «nd thipi—aad ••sling 

wis— of cabbsgts and kings.” 

By TOM TAYLOR 

I T Is not easy to get excited about 
something you've bad ail your 
life, whether it’s a wart on your little 
finger or the free clUienshlp your 
birth bequeathed to you. 

That being so. perhaps not so many 
people as ahould will turn up at 
Beacon Hill Park tbU afUmoon to 
watch the pageant hlfhhfhvtng 'T 
Am a Canadian Day.” 

Which would be a pUy. 

If those of US who were born free 
and have taken this priceless prlvl- 
leg for granted ever since— too much 
to— were to lose it, maybe we would 
prlxe it more. 

But admittedly. It’s bard to Imagine 
something that haan’t happened to 
you. so there might be some excuse 
for our complacency. 

It's still a pity, though. 

Because nowadays there's no sure 
guarantee that free citizenship U the 
enduring thing we’ve always assumed 
it to be. You need only talk with an 
immigrant from Europe who hu been 
through the mill to reallxe thli. And 
to appreciate what a shining thing 
real citizenship Is In his eyes, 
a * ♦ 

Frankly, I’m none too keen about 
the caption ”I Am a Canadian Day.” 

It smacks slightly of Jingoism. I'd 
rather today's celebration had gone 
under the simple banner of "Citizen- 
ship Day." 

Not that there’s much Jingoism In 
Canada. Whatever our faults— and 
I've no doubt we have plenty— bowlful 
patriotism is not one of them. We are 
more apt to err In’ the opposite dlrec- 
Uon. A crlUcUm that is often directed 
at us. particularly by friends across 
the line. Is that as a nation we arc 
too reticent, too undrimatlc, too quiet 
altogether. 

In a sense thU trait 1* surprising In 
view of our proximity to so ebul- 
lient a neighbor, and ^e blanket of 
Americanism that United States 
screen, radio and magazine throws 
over us as though it were a tent. 

(It also lays much for a Unaclty 
in the Canadian character that’s ael- 
dom. recognized even by thoee who 
possess It.) 

Probably the "I Am a Canadian 
Day" slogan was coined to emphasize 
the need for a bit of eelf-dramatlza- 
Uon; a legitimate pride In a country 
that’s worth every bit of our alleg- 
iance. If. strangely, you have any 
doubts about this, reflect well on the 
events of oor Ume — those of the past 
ten years especially. 

♦ * * 

Thinking about citizenship, 1 hap- 
pened on the following encyclopaedic 
definition of a citizen: 

"Citizenship ordinarily means an 
inhabitant of an important town or 
urban community enjoying rights as 
such; but In another sense It means 
an inhabitant of a eUte enjoying 
rights as such. A citizen Is defined by 
Aristotle to be one to whom belongs 
the right of taking part both In the 
dellberaUve. or legulatlve. and the Ju- 
dicial proceedings of the community 
of which he Is a member. A clUten, 
therefore. In thU sense can exist only 
In a free staU. Between a citizen and 
a subject there is this distinction: 
That while the latter merely Is gov- 
erned, the former also governs; and 
thus, though every citizen U a eubject, 
many subjects are not kltlzens." 

So much Is bandied back and forth 
these days about democracy, freedom, 
totalitarianism, etc., that tbe very 
words grow stale and their meaning 
meaningless. 

But the definition quoted above U 
worth pondering, neverthelea*. You 
and 1 are citizens u well as subjects— 
and that’s a preriou* privilege; never 
more #o in the long history of the 
- world than today. 

Maybe we ehould make a point of 
going to Beacon HUl Park this after- 
noon and letting off eteam a bit. 
U might do ue good— and help ns to 
realise bow lucky we are to be Cana- 
dians. 



Side Glances . . • 

From the Press Gallery 



By FRED MrNEa 

F or the third time In recorded 
British Columbia -history the 
Fraser River thU year reached a 
peak level which MWee before brought 
disastrous floods, on# In 1894, the 
eeeond two years ago. 

This year, despite water levels only 
traetionally lower than In 1946, there 
was nothing in the lower Fraser Val- 
ley that could be called a flood when 
compared lo the two previous dis- 
asters. 

The credit for thU fact goes largely 
to Premier Byron Johnson. 

In 1948 no one bad anticipated the 
flood peak which would be reached. 
It hadn’t happened In 50 years. 
Records were not available from that 
far back for comparison of snow 
conditions in the mountains en 
which forecasts might have been 
based. In addition there was then, 
as there is now, the Incalculable In- 
fluence that weather has and the 
impoosiblllty of taaklng accuraU 
long-term weather forecasts. 

No one could be blamed because 
there was Inadequate preparation, 
confusion and some panic In the 
early stages of the flood. Lifelong 
residents of the valley would not 
beUeve the danger untU the water 
began rising around their bomei. 

Once the dliastor was upon the 
lush Fraser Valley, decision and 
leadership was needed badly. Premier 
Johnson gave It. He toured the 
valley, appointing personal rep- 
resentatives in erltleal areu. He told 
them lo go ahead and do whatever 
was necessary. He aald, In effect: 
"Go ahead and do the Job. never 
mind about the money,” 

Another man might have spent 
precious hours fussing about who was 
going to put up tbe thousands and 
thousands of dollars that were 
poured out In flood fighting and 
rescue work. 

Once he was certain the emergency 
work was well under way, the 



premier headed for Ottawa. There 
he sold the Federal Government on 
a deal that later proved almost em- 
barrassingly good for this province. 
Cent of relief and rehablllUtlon was 
gS.900.000. The Federal Government 
paid 85.000.000 or more than five- 
sixths of tbe cost. Ottawa also paid 
75 per cent of the cost of a $13.000.0(W 
dike reconattudBon Job. 

Prompt action In dike reconstruc- 
tion has already paid off. Tht* 
province’s share of the cost was $2.- 
687,500. 

Without those dikes, the Fraser 
River Valley this year might have 
been facfhg another bill of close to 
$6,000,000 for flood fighting, relief 
and rehabilitation. 

It 1* not an exaggeration to say 
that the money spent by the Province 
hu already paid for Itself twice over. 

Few people expected that within 
two year* the rebuilt dikes would have 
had to stand such a crucial test. The 
fact that they have done eo U a 
tribute to the engineering skill and 
thoroughness with which the work 
was don*. 

The fact that It was done at all. 
and done as quickly as possible, stands 
to the credit of Premier Johnson and 
the backing he wa.* able to get from 
.the Provincial Cabinet and from Ot- 
tawa. 

The people of the Lower Mainland 
should be taking their hats off to 
Boss Johnson. 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

How lo win Oriental friends: The 
Department of Trade and industry 
has re-issued a question and answer 
booklet designed lo tell the stranger 
all about British Columbia. One sec- 
tion goes like this: 

•«Q.— Isn’t there a fairly large Ori- 
ental population? 

"A— Recent estimate* show about 
S per cent of the population Is Chinese 
and Japanese ... 

"Q— Do they influence soda! life 
and activities in any way? 

”A.-Not at all" 



-Ua«aa DaUr Mwttm. 

Y 

Observation 
Car •' » 

A MAINLAND poullryman adver- 
tises "Turkey every Sunday.” 
That, coupled with "Pi# In the eky.” 
would make good elogans for the 
C.CJ. in the next election eampalga 
. . . Before elections. poUUclans work 
their gums. After elections, they gum 
the works ... A Prairie shoe flora 
Ylcrk who Joined a police force ex- 
plained to hit friends that he had 
always wanted a Job where the cus- 
tomer was Invariably wrong . . • 
"Well. well. Why are you looking so 
downcMt today?” the Keating Squlr# 
remarked to a friend he met on Gov- 
ernment Street. "Oues* 1 am Just 
feeling old. T need a good holiday.” 
the man replied. "Cheer up. Re- 
member that life begins at 40.” Ih# 
squlr* chuckled. "Yes, life begins at 
40 to be increasingly difficult,” the 
man complained . . . "It will not be 
long before several thousand school 
children arc cavorting about,” a cus- 
tomer said to Bill, the Broad SUeet 
Barber. "Speaking as a parent with 
considerable experience, I can safely 
say that mothers and fathers do not 
fully appreciate school and teachen 
until the long Summer holidays.” Bill 
commented . . . "Have you been 
keeping out of trouble lately?” Bar- 
ber Ben asked a friend who plopped 
into hi* chair for a haircut. "I do not 
particularly like that remark. It Is 
easy to keep out of trouble if your 
dally work makes you too tired to get 
into U," the man retorted ... "I am 
down for a speech at the dinner to- 
night, and cannot figure out a short 
topic. Have you any ideas?” a friend 
asked the boss of the barber shop. 
"Of course I have. Just remember 
that a speaker who does not strike oil 
tn the first five minutes should stop 
boring,” the boe* laughed . . . "How 
does It feel to be on a diet?" a cus- 
tomer asked Tobacconist Martin. "The 
trouble with being on a diet la that 
one does not really enjoy that second 
piece of ptz/' Martin answered. 



Crowding Those Who Walk 



A n irate citizen who doesn't drive a 
car come* In to complain bitterly 
about the way be Is being shoved 
around' by motorist* with bad man- 
ner*. 

Hli special grievance has lo do with 
the behavior of drivers at "atop" sign* 
and at Intersections protected by 
llghU. He says (and we have seen H 
happen thousands of times) that 
many drivers coming up to a 



(From The Ottawa Journal) 

through” street, and waiting a 
chance to break into a new traffic 
line, stop so far forward that they 
are squarely across the pedestrians’ 
path. The same sort of thing occurs 
when driver* are stopped waiting for 
a red light to turn to green. Many of 
them Inch forward slowly to block the 
cross-path, and pedestrians, moving 
on the green light, have to go around 
their cars-but the driver "save*” per- 



t 



(Erntolntc 



Today’* Answer 

< Question on Fag* 3) 

Those of the carp family, which live 

e lent ae 110 ytara. 



(fl TVj R From File* of Th* Dafly British 

Coloeist for June. 1863 ^ 

By C. E. MOR’nMOBE The Visitor 

, . . his way with 

D enizens of fair-sized clOe* ar# 1 . u 

probably the mo*t provincial gtranger th< 
people In the world. They know the this elagslflc 
wray around their own •treet*. and try to gi 

blandly assume that everyone elee ^ 

know* too. lowed. 

People living In the world's big clt- AlumaUv« 
ics, like London and New York, which haws a map. 
open their door* to visitor* from the aUshtest goo< 
seven iea* and draw the rubberneck atroeta wrbci 
trade from the hinterland on a large today, Vlcto 

•eale, ar* nor* accustomed to sooth- «nt. or tael 

Ing and guiding bewildered vlsltora. aigna drive s 

Bat in toim* of the amall-to-mld- Although 
dle-slzed bracket. Ilk* Vancouver and smaller 67 
Victoria. vlalUws are rarer. Sailors, tlranger alik 
businessmen, delega'vos to convenUons loet in II. 8 
of fraternal orders, tourists, do arrive; A oorrespo 

but the average cltizeo. beaUng a Dally BrUlal 

path between his home, the offle* and b* axpected 
the oMwiaa. ecarcely knows they are atreeta whfz 

there ^ 

That’s why the stranger who asks comer? T1 
dlrecUons in a middle-sized town is have resided 
met with a puzzled stare, as though make a d* 
he were a feeble-minded child And through atr< 
when he doe* get hi* direction* they they know i 
are oriented In terms of landmarks not learn e 
which mean nothteg lo hlza. ttioeghi ov* 




The visitor’* only chance of finding 
his way without acquiring Inferiority 
feelinp is to meet a man who Is a 
stranger there hlm»elf. People In 
this eiagsiflcatlon are the only ones 
who try to give directions politely and 
in such a way that they can be fol- 
lowed. 

Alumatlvely. the visitor ha* to 
have a map. But this doesn’t do the 
aUghtest good U he can’t identify tbe 
street* when be aees them. Even 
today. Victoria’* blorred, non-exi*t- 
ent. or faclng-tbe-wrong-way •treet 
sign* drive strangers frantic. 

Although the town was much 
smaller 67 year* ago. dUsen and 
•trangcr alike ran the rtsk of getting 
loet In It. Slgtis Just weren’t. 

A oorrespondent walled Ibu* to The 
Dolly BrUlah ColooUt: "How can one 
be expected to know the names of o« 
atreeta when there la icareely a sifB 
er name of the stieet poeted gk aay 
ternary There are thoee . . . who 
have reelded here for some Ume, who 
make a dally bastrveee of walking 
through atreeu the names of which 
they know nothing about, and could 
not learn wtthoui the risk ef being 

ttsoeght over-tnqulsiUve.* 



hape three seconds in his getaway. 

Pedestrians are understandably '2^* 
noyed by such praetlces, and th^y 
speak sharply about the unmannerly 
louts at the wheels of automobiles In 
these unregenerale days. The thing 
awkward to explain, however, Is that 
when the pedestrian changes Into a 
motorist he Is more than likely to do 
the very things for which as pedes- 
trian he had bitter criticism. 



From a fashion note: ” . . . tha 
neckline plunges deeply and the whole 
effect Is designed to focus attention 
on the high collar.” 

Well It won’t. 

we* 

Expen** aeeeeaU ar* a meaiu ef 
avoiding being enl ef peeket threugb 
ent-ef-peekcl espeneeo. 

« w w 

Advocates of the anion of Canada u 
with the United States ahould ask 
themselves how Canadian* would Itkn 
to be subjected to the tender merelca 
of the Un-American AcUvlUea Com- 

Rtltto*. — aMaHM a^k, Tiie» U 

WWW 

rhuhed vUA Us tnmmph m p ru de o in g • 
DDT-pmof hoasefle. snamoe earn mw op- 
ptf tUelf So moegeUe lohoos faoorita 
flavor ti Htrowells 

WWW 

The office boy had been mlseinf 
for the best part of the morning. 

"Where the dickens have you been?” 
hM employer demanded forloualy, 
wlien at long last the lad aaanUred 
tn. 

"To the post office, sir,” replied the 
boy with a virtuous air. 

The employer gaeped "And doe* it 
take you two boun to post s leltsr?” 
he inquired, earoaetically. 

”1 beg your pardon, sir.” eald tho 
lad with eoao beat "Three Isttaral* 




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L SAFETY A 
^k^LANE^^ 



G7I04 



Hurr* •tf hxii *»ili U»Pir rve* new*b(>rn ribbiu tr* 
ppon atul coveml vith hair, while halted. 



Pa^c 5 — International 



MULTIPLEX 

HOMES 



OI|f (Colonist Vkiori*, i.t.« Sm.. Jum zs , iss» 



fiotn Berlin to Bauuk'-k. h> thr .<«n»r 
There ere no MdeUne* 'Ilir'BrlUab 
Coremonwrelih end Um* AHniiUc 
poerr* rfm*t extend Uieir imrtner- 
UUp Irom Weal to Eeil. Tlie ihreei- 
ened neilune muxi eiend toerther 
to eaii Ihrlr Uvea — end Ihrlr 
frlendi miiat eee tUat iielp ermee 
In time- 



conference rec(imn>ended Uiet e I 
leelleUe elx-eeer progrem. to June, | 
1957. be formuleted before thU 
Autumn. The rjelefetee dlao pro* 
p(«ed that e Comroonwpblth bu- 
reau be'aet up In Colombo (Ceyloni 
to act ee a rfearlng- house for the 
needi of the Par EaM, and that 
other euuntrtea be Invited to aliarc 
In this work. I 

NOT FAST CNOKlil 
We are eiepping In the light 
direction, but not feet enough. The 
uUlmete defence of the Far East 
reati upon the action taken by Weel- 
em powers and the BrltUh Com- 
.. reason- 
able for us to look to the statesmen 



ready begun to play the Soviet game ^ 
by stepping up moral aid, and poa* i 
sibly malpHal help also, to the | 

Communlat partlea In other Asiatic 
lands. 

ATRLOOLB DECIBIVE 
The slnlgglc In Indo-Chlna U de- 
cisive. The United Slates have 
recognized this clearly enough by 
Ihelr welcome proposal to aend mili- 
tary fluppllaa as well as economic 
help to the eld of the Ooremment 
of Bao Oal. 

But the contest there sUU sways 
I uncertainly. 

In Malaya, the cold war has long ] nvonwealth. U Is. however, 
been unpleasantly hot. Wlien I wss 

there a year ago, I saw signs of Im- I ^ countries of Southeast Asia 
provement, but ^Ihfse ^ were ^eiw j |y)j fo-operallon 

' ' Without these 



T»i* %t»»r 1* hrir aPPS'vM t® l*»erT- 
•hip of 8m»ts‘» C»np«rtftU*« Pprtr so« 
' ftitPifti MiBi«i«'*‘ In WiPtUm Cburthi.l’a 
tufrrfuppBl.” I®fir.*e In aniici- 
papon •( il>* S'laal 'bt Labor O®*- 
afiinaai «| ClMsrtit AUks TVv» paal 
dtfh.tiat e( (hta l.#ad«r lol lh« OppOal- 
■|i*i*i in PprliMtaM. wOb "M 
pprraur? In !'»• ppMiwp C— 
novernoieni tindar Ur Cbnrehlll. 
to tim prpwnt ctaa* att aaU oo w ssriS 
• nura In •nnelPPUnd Pl poaalblr mxim* 
tnt that fMttt parnr® ilia rear U euL 
land fparlal auib®r<<r I® t»a roMinanla 
«ti curtm dava’apnania Iji a porld 
rl*«B Sr eoM «ar 



Uadfl o»— 

T”r •• IIP'* a* »*•! Ik dPan rap nan inia daairaPU »«<•»»« n*a-ron«* 
hnntt a«h Parrmar i. tV*<S' '<* largar lU riaan llnva. *varMn| 
a^d lari* •ir'r'nai land baaui) mod < >>arsi IP anj armna li ta inil| iba ar*t 
al ratal- rt a*-<* c-:'<»»»ia«i»a ____ 

Built piKlar a M A auan paimrm ef l»\ ■•Ml M* Wt srpiotat al leap 
Itiirtar V I. A M» e®«i> M'tnani rapairad 
a* aill •'•♦ TPvi a»ary •••uianra b| a-4i>at*lalnf *al|.r®n»irttrHnii 
Maai* AH BraalrriarM* al Mlv aaP Uaairlpal BtalrUUaaa 

M? jtiMsaoN ar. D. L. MOOR S aul. Baa. B l«ai 



EUROPE TODAY 



ComnmnUt represenUtlon Issue. | 
6. UnrerlBlnty over the question 
of whether ths Soviet leodership 
might be tempted to risk wsr In . 
order to prevent tl»e resrmsment of j 
Western Eutppe »nd eepecUlly U»e 
restiirRilim of the bulsnce of rnlll- 
Iwry |K)*er in the Vi'est. 

Top-level Amerlcnn olflchils In 
Eiircipe itlU profms to be confident 
that RussiB will not dare precipitate 
wsr wiUi the Wealern l»ower» in the 
near future. 

Tliey base this belief on the con- 
victi'Ui that Uie Bovteu have not yet 
I developed a atrong stockpile of atom 
b'vnlA. and that Russia Is too aesk 
Internally to rbk war with a great 
Industrial nation like the Uxuled 
Slates. 

SWISS M.RV018 
While Wealern European poltllral 
leaders generally are Jn.chn eil. to 
share this vu-w, there Is anxiety In 
some governmental quarters. 

Tills was iflptted In fiwlleerland 



By EIN(*SBI RV 8MI1H 
Burepean OeneraJ Manager. Inter 
national News Hervtee 
PARIS, June 34 <IN^ 



By The Rt Hon. ANTHONT EDEN, 
M.Ch M.P. 



i^InleiiAl- 
Bratlon of the cold mar between 
EaKt and West Is causing inrreasing 
concern today in many quartern in 
Burr>pe. 

TIus growing apprehen.^l^n about 
the-future Is evident In govrrnnienl 
rlrcles as well as among the common 
people. 

It 1 a prompted elUefly by llie be- 
lief that there appean to be little 
UkelU»v>d of any grnuuie under- ^ 
standing between Russia and tlte 
Weateni power* In the near future 
V> tennlnaU the great power-polttlrs 
struggle over the fate of the world. 

FEAR-MAKFBK 

Major factors contributing to the 
revival of fear alxiut the dangers 
Biherent In the present situation in- 
alude- 

1. Lark of any enro^raetng signs 
that United Nations Becreury- 
Oeneral Trygve Lie will succeed In 
hts efforts to persuade Russia >n 
the Western power* to negotiate a 
•old war truce. 

t. Increased tempo of the arma- 
ments race. 

S. Published reports thet the 
Western defence chiefs eatlmste 
Russia will be ready for war by 
IM3 or 1953. 

4. Public warnings by Weatem 
laedera such as the statement by 
President Trumsn In his recent 
speech In 8L Louis thst Rtu.vla Is 
•fomenting eggreaslon end prepar- 
ing for war.- 



co.epersiioe Pm* S^rvicf ll®proditciiot) | 
lo (uil or is pstt In anr l»otuu« »trk(l? i 
etoblbUoS.i 

IX)NDON. June 24 (By Air Mali'. 
—The altuatlon In Southeast Asia 
Is as ominous as that which faces 
us In Eiurope. In some respects it 
la more so. Tlie peoples are at 
varj'ing stages of development. Borne 
of them have known centuries of 
hardship and preset^ a seemingly 
easy target for Communist ambi- 
tion. 

Taken as a whole, the position Is 
less determined than In Europe, 
with its Iron Curtain, and offers 
both wider dangers and firmer 
hopes, 

I Communism, controlled by the 
I Kremlin, plays Its part as In Europe 
I —although In a different form. It 
has many facets. Including Russian 
colnrUaUsm In Aodem guise. Moe- 
cow's attention does not fall upon 
Southeast Asia for pity's sake, or 
! through altruism. The fundamental 
I aim is to distract and embarraas the 
{ West, to divide our forces and so 
! undermine our strength. 

I China has been the first to suc- 
cumb. 

CANNOT BE SURE 

I have heard It suggested that 
the Chinese are likely, by virtue of 
, their character and tradition, to 
evolve an Independent, or "Tltolst.” 
brand of Communism. That may 



among themselves 
qualities, our aid cannot avail. 

I know that some eee a -Pacific 
Paef* as the salvatlop of the Par 
East. Such an arrangement could. 
Indeed, be valuable: but the glam- 
our which Invests It must not ob- 
Kure the fact Uiat a treaty la no 
substitute for hard work. 

It Is all one fight, and the enemy. 



and be here early for the 
S^reatest value* you've ever 
leen A womlerful group of 
•mart, prarlical topper.v, 
semi-lined And part lineil and 
.'ll! tlre« and rolois Nobody 
but Eddy eoiiM offer tbrm 
at Iheje prices 



' y WITH THE 

U Male 

Solotxon 

One Unif ~ Efecfroalo 

R«ai« Otnr« C®**«IUU*> — N® 
rktrti ®r OblltaU®®. ®f «®«r*®. Tha 

•®rr UlMt In C«r Vlltlnn »r*rlS« ikc 
•I*®*! In f':;?-«lmrnl 



HEARING 



Values $22.50 



very weU be so, but nobody can O'* 






am mvo 



belief, during a visit to Cairo, that 



9. Russle'a virtual boycott of the 
United Nations over the Chinese 



purpose. 

The Issue of aecurtty Involves dif- 
ficult questions of priority, and some 
measure of disappointment Is prob- 
ably Inevitable. However awkward 
these declsloru may be, the eooner 
they are faced the better. 

There must. In addition, be a 
continuous flow of economic aid to 
raise the standard of life In these 
American assU- 



war with Russia was Inevitable. 



Political evolutions In China can 
take centuries to develop. We shall 
be right to watch for such changes, 
but we should be wrong to count 
upon them. 

Whatever happens Ir^ Southeest 
Asia la directly related to events In 
Europe. Prance's heavy commit- 
ments In Indo-Chlna handicap her 
in reconstructing an army In 
Europe. Much the aame applies to 
the tasks of British military forces 
in Hongkong and Malaya. And this 
Is precisely what the Kremlin In- 
tends. 

The Chinese Communists have al- 



Burglar Attacks Housekeepers 
In Queen Mother Mary’s Home 

adequately guarded 



nearby, are 
Tlie present red-coated guardsmen 
normally have only ceremonial 
routines. 

FOUND CBINCflNO 

Two hours after the pre-dawn 
attack, at the end of a top-to- j 
bottom search by police, servants | 
and a anlfflng dog. a man was! 
found cringing In a cellar of the 
house. 

He was Identified ee Gerald 
O’Brien, a 38-year-old Irish gar- 
dener. and charged with aasault and 
attempted burglary. He will have 
preliminary hearing In Bow Btreet 
magistrates' court, Monday. j 

Police reconstructed the Incident ' 
tike this: 

The burglar entered unnoticed by 
rlfle-rarrylng. redcoated eentrlea 
who maintain a front-door guard 
around Uie clock. He apparently 
clambered over a vine-covered gar- 
den wall and allpped tn through a 
wdndow. 

ART COLLECTION 

Inside the centuries-old bull>il|ig. 
which houses one of England's most 
valued a>t collections, he made his 
way to the bedroom of Mrs. Alice 
knight, M. the Queen's house- 
keeper. 

She awoke and when she screamed 
tn# intniuer Itc* 

on the heed end shoulders. 

Mr*. Winifred Ralph. 49. asslstent 
houaekerper. was awakened by the 
struggle and ran for help. The 
burglar blackened both her eyes. 

Outside a policeman on duty In 
ths garden, aaw a man on the roof 
end gave the alarm. A room-by- 
room search followed, with all be- 
ing eereful not to eweken the 
Queen Mother. 

The Intruder epparently had no 
time to steal anything. 



LONDON. June 34 UP).—h burglar 
abpped Into Queen Mother Mary's 
EiOndon mansluo today and used hU 
ftets and a penknife lo strike dowrn 
Iwo women housekeepers who raised 
an alarm. The Intruder was caught. 

The 13-year-old dowager, mother 
of King George VI. slept through 
the screaming and excitement that 
took place below her bed chamber 
In 30Q-room Marlborough House, a 
Christopher Wren structure filled 
with art objects. 

Scotland Yard official Immedlata- 
ly called a huddle to see whether 
tha Royal household.*, including 
King George's Buckingham Palace 



Asiatic countries. 
tanc« and help from the Brltlah 
Commonweelth are Indispensable. 

A concerted approach Is Impera- 
tive and overdue. 

The Sydney conference, which met 
In May, did a useful piece of work. 
It deserves wider recognition. The 



Modern Store, for 
the Modern H oman 
and Her Children 



Know the ssfety rating nf 
your esr— a scientific 
rating tf*t for only— ■ ^ 



old Gaetano Badalmento, once 
known as a bandit **Robin Rood" In 
Southern Italy. 

Badalmente. described as a former 
lieutenant of Sicilian gang chief 
Salvatore Oulllano, was arrested last 
month tn down-river suburban 
Wyandotte. Butterfield disclosed.. 

The Italian la wanted by Italian 
police on chargee of robbery, kid- 
napping and murder, the Immlgatlon 
official said. 

•The case la far fr'^tm closed." But- 
terfield said In announcing the 
roundup. "Tftere wlU be further ar- 
I rests." 



Use this free and easy 
way of buying at Eddy's 
WITH NO EXTRAS. 



IT IS WISE TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYES 



Over, On and Under Douglas 



LUEBECK. Germany. June 34 
IReuters). — A young German, 
aireeted on iuxplclon of lr\t«rferlng 
ertth ths mall car of the night train 
for Hamburg, was released when he 
gave Kts exiilanatlon. 

He had chalked on the side of a 
ear: 

"Do you stlU love me? Sunday off? 
Counting hours, send answer" 

They held him until the train re- 
lumed. On the side of the ear was 
a chalked heart around the word 
•yee,*' 

HU girl .trUnd was a railroad 
worker at Hamburg. They had used 
the train as the fastest and cheapest 
way of communication. 



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rUBXWOOD. SngUnd. June 34 
fBeatort) The ' toagh trawler 
Men ef this great I.aneaahlrc ftth- 
Ing pert are ap tn erme beeawM 
pellee have told them to step 
htowtag •Ceek-a-deedle-tdM" e« 
Sbelr ateaa whlttlre as they leave 
barber. 

For ytare the aklppen ef Fleet- 
weed's trim tittle Irawlere have 
•Ceek-a-doedle-dee'd" eat to aes 
en thetr way to the flahing grooad. 
It U their way ef arknowlrdglng 
•feed flahing-and'teed-weather^ 
farewrlla. 

Rot police had a lot of eom- 
pUInto from people not ronnected 
with the llshinf trawlera. 



• ■ . Yes t • ■ Walker's new Budget Plan (|[or buying NEXT WIN FEB S 
CO.M« is the answer to rour fuel problem. ^ 



Claim Arrests 
End Activity 
Of Smugglers 



Here are tiie advaiUa(;e* ' 

ir Coal in your bin when you need it 
ir No large payment at one time 
ir The kind of coal you want always 
ir Peace of mind 



DETROIT, June 34 With M 
airesta, United States Immigration 
agents claimed today they had 
cracked actIvlUea of an Italian gang 
reported to be smuggling aliens Into 
the Detroit area. 

Fifty arresu In Detroit were an- 
nounced. and 30 more tn New York. 
The roundup v: f ir :i t rr,< ny-. 

Among those bagged, said Imml- 
gretloD Service District Director 
James W. Butterfield, was 39-year- 



■EOUU Korea, June 34 (<P( — 
BverybcMly from President Syngmen 
Rhee to the National Assembly has 
been blaming Agriculture MlnUter 
Toon Tungsun beceuse the price of 
rice nearly doubled In the last few 
weeks. 

Ttoterday Tungsun resigned. 

Today the long-awaited rain* 
eame to South Korea and the price 
of rice plummeted. 



Time To Call 

DOWELL'S 



Name 



It may be a move across the city, your 
new home may be i« Vancouver, or in 
the East . . . whatever the address, taU 
Dowell'a. They have the aervice. the equip- 
ment, trained men and facilitiet to take 
the reeponsibility and worry from your 
thoulderi. A tinifle piece or a houseful of 
furniture, we apecillire in packing and 



for fh« 
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Address 



Quantity of Coal Required for Winter ... 

Stale kind of coal desired or a*k us for advice 
your requirement* to help you get the most fo 
you on our new budget plan. 



WRIST 

SWATCHES 



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G7I9I 

and Let 



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Pa^e 6 — Schools 



Young (inadian Composrr 



Holidays Begin 



SEAFRONT 



Baitn iloloniat v»ctoftA« i.c., Jm* 2 St tKd 



Wednesday 



or Students 



U^ukuOl 

eppofluaihr, 

du« to 
ticknott, to 
oCQuIro 
thli modtfn 
• homo of 



Eleven Uiduioud Oreotrr Victoria 
•clKXil ktudenU wtU heave a oi(b of 
relief Wedncoday — acliool will be 
over for iik Summer hoUdayi. 

F'/'ri.^nv hlfh erhool etudeate. 



NORTH 8AAN1CU UKiH 

Ou Pridajr afternoon atudeau ol 
North Seanleh lUah tethered In the 
audttortum to hear the report! of 
student ofSceri, to receive iporti 
awardi and echeol block letters. 

Jim Ollbert, oouncU preaident: 
ueorte Aylard, treasurer; Audrey 
Pearson and Joe Schmidt, all of the 
-enior council, save detailed accounts 
»f the work rarrtad on by the stU' 
dent body. Joan Johnson and Bobby 
Mowlett performed a like service for 
I he Junior Hlth Council. Petty 
Woods reviewed Red Cross activi- 
ties. Joanne Balllle and Nonnie 
Eckert ouiUnad the year's work tn 
drama. Mabel Rellan told of Inkspot 
'the school paper •. Mervln Mllllnt 
described the work that the Craft 
Club hskd accompUalied. 

R. Sansbury. school board mem- 
ber. pre.vented track and field tro' 
phlrs to Esther BerteUen. Ron Pear- 
-.on, Shirley Poison, Blit Cowell. 
Oorecn Gordon and Duncan Moure. 
He commended the winners and had 
« word of encouragement and praise 
lor the losers. 

OTIIFK PREKKNT.yTIONS 

Two other interesting presenta- 
'ion.s followed. On behalf of all stu- 
denta. Jim Gilbert presented Miss 
fc:i]a Lindsay, exchange teacher from 
(Jla^ow, with an album containing 
he photo of each class in the school, 
'vlth all the names Inscribed. Mary 
Roberts then called U|)Qii Mivt T. 
Miller to accept as a gift from the 
;ellrlng council two original dry 
oolni etrliings by the contemporary 



bedreerm. 

two 

bethreorm 

with 

Oil-0*MotiL 

htoliog 



Junior matriculation siudenti are 
still writing examliutlona. 

. Municipal School lnspecU)r J. F. K. 
English said yesterday that reopen- 
ing of schools In September will see 
a heavier enrollment of students 
Uian the past school year. 

A addition of 500 students 

Is forecast. * 

Provision has already been made 
for temporary housing of the addi- 
tional school population. Mr. 
English said that Uie new 8 J. WUlli 
Junior High School will be ready 
for the September Influx of students. 



1 Yz Acres 
With 
Lovely 
View 



Pole Slightly Damaged 
But (iar Suffers Most 

A city light pole was damaged 
slightly but the car that hit it lant 
what It used to be 

Police said that the car. driven by 
Leonard J. Turpin of 36J Sylvia 
Street, hit the light pole Friday night 
and cau.5ed $500 damage lu tt.c 
vehicle. The accident occurred at 
the Intersection of Jq^mson and AJ- 
stan Streets. 

Turpin was not Injured. 



! Frec|uenl Cause of Daily 
'High Temperature 

I By DR. J. R. WARREN 



CP l*l>ou» 



One of Canadg'e youngest musician-composers Is Swiss-born 
Edward Laufer of Halifax. Now 11, Edward started playing at 
seven and won a scholarship at nine. His compositions to date 
Include a waltz, which was played by the Junior Orchestra of 
Maritime Academy of Music in recent Halifax Musical Festival. 



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MARWIOH. England ICP).— A per- (growing In the garden of MA. C. 
feclly formed flve-headed tulip Is | Denny here. 



It Is believed that keeping dead 
teeth in the mouth is the direct 
cause of a good many ills that assail 
the body. Dead teeth so under- 
mine the system that various Ill- 
nesses— anwmia. tuberruloais, rheu- 
malbni and other aUmenii—ge' .i 
real start In the body. This is why 
so many cases have been found 
where the patient has chronic 
cougli. Is losing weight and has an 
afternoon temperature. So If an 
afternoon temperature Is present 
and no cause found, an X-ray of 
tha teeth Is advisable. 

(R»l«awd br Con.olidaUS Nc«> Sfaiureit 



Oak Bay Hig^li Students 
PrcMliuT Sfdiool Aiiiiiial 



Hy CiAlL 0'Mf..5R.5 ,Bill Halketl. Mr. Spencer. Duncan 

Oak Bay $Hgh School Msrphail. our own students and 

The 1048-1950 school term cla.e* adverlliers 
ifflclally on Wedne-*-da>. However With the Hnai totalutg up ol 
'uany Onk Bay High students have points. Hou.'w I won the Oak Leaf 
• Iraady bid their fond farewells to ; Cup. emblematic of Inier-house su- 
' he staff and to fellow students, with ! premscy. The runner-up was House 
few pangs of regret. Those fortu- 
:uit« members of the graduating 
'lass who were pn.ented with n 
■ lean sheet of re^ommendalloji; 
nave been "through" sinee June 1$. 

Their last glimpse of the school 
on thui date was spent at the 
annual prlr/givlng ceremony. This 
vas a memorable occasion for the 
when they were 



Life was never such 
FUN before! ^ 



The Othet at the Inie' eciion of Sooke jik] Ulsn'J Hiuiiway 



HAYWARD’S 



Na« Mughi le«H*4 

»ith ih. gh-« ef H«alta that neitw aSraitatlon- Wh*i • 
ailV.'rnf. frnm IKat eal.. tbtlMa. •aimir, b>eely cltL 
Vn| |(«) ttn M p«eer. vepalir. If fnu 

f..! run-down - 4n «K«t happy tl.<>uaandi nnw 

4b. tail* t>t. Wflltaxia riab Pill*. fUw If wtihln S'! daTf. 
a rkh*r, r*d*lrr M‘se<| 4nr«n • mah. >''u a n«w p.'aon. 
with mor* hmin-iiflp .n.-rpr, ret»r. n.w raOianr. 

Plari lodat t hrt ha-h "in th* p.nh" with 



COLWOOD 



B C, FUNERAL CO. LIMITED 
83 Years Serving Grestcr Victoria 
ParWing Spacr Avaiisble for Tliove Atiendiitg 

BPt.iMti.n HSYwsan arr.iNAUi nvv 

Manailni Vlr*rl*r Ptrrrl 

WILI.IVW n nunaao 

nr aaoK.nroM ataisr 



crad*.'* a day 
^'onnred and applaudrri by the 
enure schtftl, parents and many' 
friends. For the owjortty of 
tudents this past week has seen 
•lays of hcctle examinations. 

OAK LEAP 

Tt>e highlight of tht fln&l days 
of school was the anxlou&Iy-awalltd 
appearance of ttie 1949-1850 Oak 
Ijcaf. the scbtiors year book, under 
editor Walter Young, the animal's 
ttaff really out-dld themeelw*. ard 
came up wtth a maslcrpiete. 
Maureen Bromley, business muna- 
«er. did a terrific Job. She was 
helped out considerably by the 
entire advertising staff. WUf 
Tbomp.son. as art, editor, d^ser-es 
orchids for hU work, most especially 
his rover design. Joyce Cooper is 
another hard worker who deserves 
a great deal of praise. Joyce looked 
alter all the "Matrlc" and staff pic- 
tures and the typing. 

M1--S Burrldgt. Mr Olbbsird and 
Mr. Child, of the staff, did a g^ 
lob in helping ihe'cau'e A speeia' 
word of thank.'* .should go to M< 
Wstklrus and the staff of the prim- 
ing firm for all its help. Mar> 
'hanlLs. too. to our photographers. 



ANY SPORT 

SHIRT 

*'Cel«r Iflalit" Dry CleenpJ 

vrt. A/.* 



'US-**'* 



Sweater 49c 



Hr. Paul Pearce. 
Msn^gtr 



to Ford • . . and (our very |{ood reasons wbv 
resfV/ be wise to “Tesi-Drive” the '50 Ford 
before you buy swy car ! 

Behind the wheel, you'll discover plenty 
more rtason.s; Ford's improved 100-Hp. 
V-8 Eogiae that ^’whispers while it works” 
. . . iu new ’’Hushed " Mid Ship Ride . . . 
its ’’Fashion Gtr” style and luxury . . . King- 
Siu Brakes, 55^ easier-acting . . « more 
hip and shoulder room in ’’Lifeguard” 
Bodies chat are 19 ways strongerl 

1 Take a tip Bowes Taxi..* 

take the wheel of the ’90 
Ford today! 



"V«ry txceptionol s«rvic« . • . 

*'V«ry pleosing cemmgnlt of our 
polrons . . • 

. . $0 spitndid and officiont o cor for 
our rugged butineat . . . 

. . uio of Ford products hos meonf 
big savings to us*'. 

VThen you hear one of TAnada’s foremost 
uxicab operators give these reasons for 

buying his second fleet of new , 

1990 Fords . . . you’re hearing 
convincing proof of the swing 



Serftpread I.2S 



> T^e 50 FORD c&n /rfeem 
-"S/G SAVWGS io you, ioo/ 



NATIONAL MOTORS LIMITED 



SIS YATES ST 



/ 



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PUffMlTURfi 



Pap,e 1 — General 



U.S. Private Who Became Hiikbalialaliap (loloiiel 
Thinks Force Linked With Russia by China 

9i 



Bl|f Bail|| (Elolonltft Vktoru, ax.. So*., J«# zs, iiso 



Caviu. headquarters, and «« .rreeived a .‘-and amu to help the planned revo> 
the Idea constant flow of poUticsl propa- tlon. which b supposed to atart ihb 
fanda from Pelplns to fulde more- year with a m^Urr offensive. 

- I nenu and poUcira. How big Ihb offensive b to be 

I 1 believe the •‘H'lS” r*'"*""!''*.-! I do not know, but I saw a elrculax 
■ ties upMo^w U.rous^j^Peir'ing are * •-:^rg”l'b odo ^ue^rfTTi snSx e“lf'V.«# 

fuenllla duplicated by other Communist are being held In reserre In the 
admin' groups in such Southeastern Asia Sierra Madre mountains. 

> nie a areas as India. Pakbtan. Burma. •fhf. commutUst recruiting pro- 
ngeb. Thailand. Indonesia', and Indo- gram b based on promises and more 
law and China. * prombea. These Include a alogan of 

am conr REVOLITION PLANM.D "an automoblla for every farmer 
mmunbt i In the Philippines the plan b also 

ut defl' a revolution which would Install a equal land dbtrtbutlon and all- 

— and Communbi Oovemment and force «>und better living. 

mmunbt the United States from military J Actually many of the guerrUlaa 
I basn. I ecc held In the Communbi army 

vers fre- I abo was told through s circular ^ through fear of reprbaU against 
guerrilla . that Conununbt China b going to . their fsmlUes. 



ertTkU asasM A Oorwy. SS. aT 
etimsr. HSM. «h« aetoi »in« wMtSs 

M • netonal adaUnutrsUT* “cataner* 

IB Uit FU>ein« CaaiaiiiMst UuSSabslsB** 
■uemila uUs of hts •searMreas 

in th« foUaau r •lelusira snitla. Tha i 
AlaniutMtad I'k-v> turrtn^f’rd I 

rartr tet* Oiiaa Scai** f 

Mun ■ si t. 'i. ri M daaaruoa 
ebargaa. m \ 

By PTC. RONALD A. DORSET | 

(Wrtttaa SisraMlr for tnumaUraal i 

K*«a 8*mc») 

'Wane Coerniht. issa. or tatentaUeoal 
Iftaa aarvlet All Mbit lUarrvtd Revro- 
Saeltoa ta Waal* or In Part 
•uirtlr Prahlbsiad.i 

MANILA. June M <IN8>.^A cas- 
ual talk In a Filipino bar led me to 
desert the United Sutes Army snd 
eventually become a "colonel” in 
the PUlplno Communist CueirUla 
Army. 

Then, too, I was told that once 
the Philippine Oovemment was 
overthrown by revolution In 1M3 
I would be made an “alnbassador'' 
to some country. 

ThU wu last August when X was 
stationed with my outfit, the astb 



jeijce 



bigwigs stUl In Oermaoy: Bcbocmer 
U working on onetime Wehrmacht 
b conccn- 



By MARVIN STONE 
8ALZBURO. June 24 <IN6>.— A 
former Nasi InlelUgence chief said t 
today he has "convincing prooP | 
that Marlin Bonn aim. former No. 3 . 
Nasi, b altvs in Russia as the bead t 
nf a triumvirate of "big Nasb" 
working for the Conununbu. 

WUll Hotli, the one-tUne boss of I 
Hitler’s secret service (intelligence) 
for the "southeast division" — the 
Balkans— made thu statement In an , 
exclusive Interview. | 

Hottl U the man who engineered \ 
the temporary "Uberatlon" of Benito 
MussollrU near the end of the war i 
and who personally abducted Count ^ 
Clano. the former Italian Foreign ^ 
Mlnbter. He i^ys that the trium- 
virate of Nasb m Ruasla U: 

NAMES TRIUMVIRATE 
L Martin Bonnann. Nazi party , 
chief and Hitler's deputy who db- ' 
appeared from Berlin In May. 134A ! 
— the last days of the war— after 
announcing der fuehrer's death tn a 
bunker. 

1 BB. Oeneral Heinrich Mueller- 
top man In the German State Secret 
Police (Gestapo ). one of the few 
rloee friends of Bormann's. who abo 
dbappeared In the dbastrous days 
of '46. 

t. Field Marshal Ferdinand 
Bchoemer— captured by American 
tiroope In Bavaria In 1M6 and 
handed over to the Russians; the 
NaR party "pet" tn the Wehrmacht. 
and a favorite of Bonnann. 

Hottl eald they are leading a 
special "bureau" set up to "carry out 
the reorganisation of Germany— 
East and Waal— along the lines of 
a people's democracy." 

Bonn Aim, he said, b the "brains" 



officers, and Mueller 
tratlng on former secret police. I 

They are aided, he eald, by 
hundreds of other former NazU now 
In the Soviet camp. 

POWER PAT 

Tlielr pay: Security now and 
promise of power later. 

American IntclUgence sources In 
Vienna consider Hottl one of the 
"shrewdest men" in the old Nazi In- 
telligence setup, an "entirely reli- 
able" source of Information, and one 
of the few men who still has access 
to hb wartime coimectlons. 

He b now living in the compara- 
Uve safety of the United Statee 
Bone of Austria, tn a secluded 
, village near Salzburg, where be was 
> interviewed by Ihb correspondent 
' Hottl said he considers hb sources 
I "trustworthy oontacb of long expert- 
. ence." He b in s unique position 
I to elicit Information unsvallabb to 
I those outside the itlU tlghUy-knlt 
group of former Nazb. 



First Time in Victoria 



PHILGO 



RUBBER STOCKINGS 
ST. JOHN'S. Nfld.. CP>. — Mer- 
chants are sometimes In for a rough 
time when non-Englbh-speaking 
Portuguese fishermen enter their 
stores. One chap baffled employees 
recently when he asked for "cpbber 
stockings"— he had written it down. 
It developed he wanted rubber 
cement to mend hb long rubber 
boots. 



ision 



At Cordova Bay 

than 1150 damage was 



Display of Pictures 
On Oil Contiiiues 

kt/'NIL,” a collection of 
Vw/ paintings commissioned 
by Standard OU. documenting 
the production, refining and 
transportation and usci of oil, 
will coRtlnua on dbplay thb 
week at the Arts Centre Gal- 
lery. 



More 

caused In a oollblon on Cordova 
Bay Road lut night, Saanich police 
said. 

Police report states that a ear 
driven by Herbert Michael. 1037 
Burdett Avenue, collided with a 
parked car owned by Howard LllUe. 
430 Kipling Street. 



— Caatrsl PrtM CsnsdUn 

DemonstraUng hla work teaching pigeons. Prof. B, T. Skinner 
puU his blrdt through paces In Harvard's psychological lab- 
oratory, Cambridge. Mass. At top. two "students” on opposite 
sides of glass learn to peck matching buttons at same lime. 
When they do this, feed doors open allowing them few seconds 
to grab some grains of com. In centre, pigeon gets food by 
ultttng tmtton up the corrS'-t eoiored bulb. At botUMn, 

birds bat a ball across Uble. When player misses, ball rolls 
into a trough. Opponent is rewarded by opening of feeding 
station tn front of him. 



i‘s a TV Bombshen 



bcMnrt to rexch former party 



LONDON (CP». -A shipment of 
bensnAs from jAmAlcs contained a 
bird's nest— and- three unbroken 
rggs. 



have It , . . the snianng new 
Philco Tekvision Receiver ... a 
J6-tul>e model with a 12'j*inch 
screen. It performs wheie others 
fail snd It 14 especially built (or 
Fringe Reception. In a hraiitifiil 
mahogany cabinet . , . 
ani+ it* price is — w I *♦ 



TURN 
YOUR 
OLD GOLD 
INTO CASH 



To Stem Suicides 



Booby Trap^’ Sleeping Pills 



Want to 



bsrbllurste poisoning obtained the 
drugs legally— from_ their own doc- 
tor'a prescriptions.” 

RESTRICTIONS FEARED 
Unless physicians co-operate to 
control the abuses. Government may 
Impose restrictions on sleeping pills 
simllsr to those controlling nareot- 
les, the committee warned. 

The barbiturate drugs are useful 
medicines and "their value far out- 
weighs their harmful mlsu.se by a 
small number of people.” the report 

said. 



RIGHT THROUGH— YATES TO VIEW 



WASHINGTON. June 34 (Ah.— Led 
by meat prices, the American cost 
of living between April 15 and May 
II took the hlghefft jump of any i 
month in almost two yrwrs. the | 
Bureau of Labor statistics said to- 
day. But It was still below a -year 
ago. 

An increase of 8 of 1 per cent was 
reported by the bureau In Us con- 
sumers' price Index on retail prices 
of goods and services purchased by 
mederate-ln(*ome families in large 
cUtea. Tlie new Index on May IS 
was 16*6 compared lo 100 for the 
base period considered nocmal 1935 
to 1939 

Food prices went up 1 9 per cent 
between April and May. and were 
responsible for the sudden rise in the 
cost of living index. 

Meats especially rose more than 
the usual aeaaonal movement Meat 
prices wera 7 per cent higher 

The Index was 71 per cent higher 
than August, 1939. 



The committee Is worried about 
abuses of sleeping pUls. or barbitu- 
rates. 77iey cause about I.OIXI deaths 
a year In the United SUter. Some 
deaths are suicides. Olliers are ac- 
cidental overdoses. 

The taking of "large amounU 
of barblluraies has become one ol 
the commonly-used forma of sui- 
cide." the committee said. 

"Of particular concer to the medi- 
cal profession is that last year over 
half of the 325 Individuals admitted 
to New York City hospitals for 



NEW YORK. June 35 (AV-«leep- 
Ing pills should be "booby-trspped" 
to prevent suicide or poisoning 
from taking too many of them, a 
committee of physicians says. 

The booby trap would be add- 
Ing an emetic. somelJilng that 
makes you vomit. The amount 
wouldn't affect anyone taking one 
or two pills. 

Rigging sleeping pUU this way is 
one recommendation of the com- 
mittee on public health of the New 
York County Medical Society. 



4TRg 01.0 GOLO SOOD 
L«eBt»S s( nil Deaglas 



DID YOU HEAR 



about the New Deal in 



^Bbcousb f chongBd lo 
PBP50DENT with Irium*! 



*Why aro your tooth 
so nu/ch WHITER today? 



Population Exit 
From Cities 
Seen in (Census 



at STANDARD? 



WASHINGTON. June 34 (Al — 
Karly returns from the 1950 Amer- 
ican population census are showing 
a atrong movement from big city 
centTM to the suburbs. 

Officials said today the grt-out- 
of-town movement, which has sped 
up recently with the housing boom. 
Is going to drop the papulation 
totals for many big cities below 
estimates produced by sampling sur- 
veys in past years. 

Although no figures have yet been 
announced for New Y'ork or Waalv 
Ingtnn. both are now expected by 



We find wc have TOO MANY of certain sizes 
of high-quality SEAMLESS AXMINSTER and 
WILTON CARPETS. And if any of these sizes 
fits your room . . . you're in LUCK! The new 
deal is this: Each PRICE is REDUCED in this 
special group... and you get an UNDERFELT 
FREE with every carpet in this special group. 



And Here Are Your Lucky Sizes 

9.0x12.0 SEAMLESS AXMINSTER 7.6x90 SEAMLESS AXMINSTER 

■t«ut<r«lly i]*Mfr»<l rur« b«i«Mn tlM •nit 01M C llfl 

On«l»rf#U •Qita l»*. prlra COMPIXTI wlUl anCw- 



n^*» ur»«i« V«tg«e fr«w gu «e to Mi ee 

le M rr«« erira complitv «nh «fi«»ri*ii 



6.9n%0 WILTON AND AXMINSTER 



9.O1I2.O WILTON CARPETS 



Im rmUe etolgna au(« ITM Dne*r(g1 

*«rUi 114 Mr* COimXTt with Bn4vrf*U . 



9.0x10.6 SEAMLESS AXMINSTER 



4.6m7.6 seamless AXMINSTER 



WHfTtaT Tirm cao be yoarx when yoo cbeogc lo 
Peptodent— becaoic Pepaodem aod ooiy Pcpiodcot 
cootaiiu Iriara, ibe marvclooi exclusive iagredient 
that providci the greateat clearuing actioo ever offered. 

Becauae of Irium, Pepiodeni cleaos yoer teeth 
tboroogbly end tafely— cleaaa better betweea your 
leeib — gets rid of every trace of dull, dingy film . • i 
and you'll like Pepaodcni’a deliclone fresh mimy 
iavor, too—ii leevca your breath so clean aod tweet. 

Remember, Pepsodent with Irium gives yee, Sae, the 
whitest teeth. Get Pepsodent Dental Cream today. 



•Mvultil russ. v»]aM et SM M UnStrr«H vtlwS »i 
• IS is. Prin. COMPUT* ettX snSvrftol 



n«c«tor *•!«• 114 a* to lato Uea«ffaM a«ss enw, 

COMPLm wHIl UftS«f(ftl . 



The Truth About Tooth Decay 



HURRY! 

MONDAY 

TUESDAY 

WEDNESDAY 



HURRY 

DAYS 

ONLY 



geiertee hit proved tb« meek of 
the deciy (kai aakei csviuei is 
CiMed by ecid-prodecing b«c> 
writ . . . forntd by tiny food 
perticlvi ohteb remua on the 
teeth alter eeuBg. 



A beouMfvi cetoplcoee b •» 

I, beewM yea elreedr 9^1 

S. Miscoum WAX 

M^MbatoredMfSbeowrr.lefitoddiA ■ 
w erdawnr ceameiwi. bv eepiiy ^ 

ewey dwi. ceewle«to» "»wrtoq I 
tow can reveal J 

••re fw yM bewMae ef to ^Hereto ^ 

biaiir^--s witoA. Mtcauiia wu <■ 
. CSSAMhelpttavealdeere', W 
e— adiar veu*ww 

caMpUatoA) Jtowi yov I 
hew bewAii yew tM J 
/ «on ba 1 5 eU W eaa- \ 
faeto cewitoo •vanrwto'v 



To prevent ecid-produdag ba» 
torn froto smcluag tJba teeth, 
heap foor lectb clean by hnuhiag 
ibea ioitoediately ■fur meala. 



Pepeodent with Irtsea gives you 
the grasteet clesutiag - ■ctioa 
yoN on get. Thwa ibe tereet 
way m 4gM tooth decay ia to 
■ ■■ Pepaodeat itoaaemarely 






ater cattog. PtfModem gives 
yoa the eitimnt weth aod wbeo 
teetb are cicaaeii ibey are 
sgfetr/rew dbcey. 



Igesvtifler; 



RIGHT THROUGH — YATES TO VIEW 








/ 




^ I WAS A 

l^HOPtrrrrR 



^fntt 



^STpA//S^£Di 

li 



m« tf !'Te bepn Unpw»n»ni But 
jpou vt been thrown tcfftUior » k>t 
— «&d Allhouch PtUick !• A r«la- 
I don't think h*'i th« typ* 



•Oh no Mx« BUcWock VHM 
khould ther« be?" 

-WeU^I wondered I ihou|ht. 



Page 8 — A musements 



A Murder Is Announced 



tinn, 

to nt»kf B 



VUtom, I.C. Sm.. JdM tf. ItfO 



phUltp* looked fWAUjr 



IBl)f Bailg Colonist 



(or eome Ume Vo come, 
evenU." 

(To Be ConUDUed) 



“pBinckt* 
surprised 
“It's out so. then 



Please (orftre 



Irishman Carrol Naish to Be 
Irish in Film for First Time 



Bo MIUI was brought In and JuUa 
poured out a glaM o( sMrry. 

*'Her«'s to the bast oook In tht 
world.** said - Patrick, raising bis 

glass. 

Mlid was grsiiicd - but feU never 

thslsss that a protest was due. 

“Thai u not so. I am not rsaUy 
■ cook. In my country I do Intel,* 
loctual work. ‘ 

“Then you're wasted.'* said Bat- 
I rick. “Whafs InteUecual work com- 
' Daced to a cake Uke DeUck>us 



-U'i the cake." said Patrick. ‘’And 
jrou’pi been nibbling chooolatge all 
the morning ^ 1 

**1*U gp and Uke down. 1 think,** ] 
said kitu Bunner. **111 Uke a cou- . 
ple'oT a£prthi and* Uy ’ and have j 
a nioe sls^ " 

•That would be a *ery pood 
plan.** Mid ktiM Blacklock 
Miss Bunner departed upstairs 
“ShaU I shut up ths ducks (or 
you. Aunt Lettyf" 

Mias Blsckloek looked at Patrick 
' severely. 

"K youll be sure to Uteb the door 
properly." 

**1 wUl. I swear I wUl." 

"Have a glass o( sherry. Aunt 
Utty," Mid JuUs. "As my old nurse 
I used to say. ‘It wUl setUs your 
■stomach* A revolting phr a se but 
curiously apposite at this moment." 
I “WeU. I daresay it might be a 
good thing. Tht truth Is one tsn't 



FOTO-NITE MONDAY 

First OHm fftOO.OO 

Second Offer $*5.00 



CHAPTER XXIX. 

NEW WILL 

-He.** cried Patrick dramatically. 
M me party took their plaoaa round 
"What do 1 



the table 

jst Ohrl.vj! Death." 

said Mlu Blacklock 
Bhe ob- 



AL SMITH 



At the Piano 



*Tluah. 

"Don't let Miui hear you. 

Jecis to your name tof her cake very ' 
much • I 

"Ncvertheleac. Delicious DMih U | 
Ul Is It Bunny's birthday csksf" 
"Yae. it Is," Mid Miss Bunner. "I j 
resUy am having the most wonder- 1 
(ul birthday " ' 

Her cheeks were flushed with »■ 
ettement and had bMn ever sinos 
Colonel Easterbrook had handed her I 
a small box of sweeu and declaimed 
wuh a bow. "Bweeu to the BweMi" 1 
Julia had tumad her head away I 
hurriedly, and had been (rownod at ; 
by Miss Blactblock. 

> PuU Justice was done to the good j 
‘ things on the tea Ubls and they 
rcMe from their msU after a round I 
of crackers 

"I feel slightly sick." said Julia 
-It's that cake I remember 1 felt 
Just the Mine last time" 

-It's worth it." Mid Patrick 
These forelgnere eertalnly under- 
stand confecaonery." said Miw 
Hinchltfle “What they can't make 
U A plain boiled puddlnt " 

Everybody wm respectfully silent, 
though d seemed to be hovering on 
Patrick's Ups to ask If anyone really 
; wanted a plaUi boiled pudding. 

I "Got a new gardener?" asked Miss 
j Hinchllffe of Miu Blacklock as they 
! returned to the drawing room 
"No. why?" 

• "Saw a man snooping round the 
henhouse 
I army type " 

"Oh. that 
detective " 

Mrs. Basterbrook 
I handbag. 

"DelecUve?" she exclaimed 
— but— why"* ’• 

' T don't know." said Julia 



By blieiLAR GRAHAM 
BOLLYWOOD, June 94 tNANA). 
—Jane Wyman Is the unexpected 
replacement for June Allyson In 
"Three Ouyi Named Mike," Metro's 
story of an alrllM hostess. It's just 
a question now of dearlnf Jane's 
working slate, ao she can make the 
movie right sway. 

J. Carrol NaUh. the Irishman who 
hat never yet played an Irish char- 



AntutemeiUi 

ON THE bCBEEN 

Atlae— Tlic Girl From Jones 
Beach." at J «. I » » 
plus "Bcyoiul the forest." 

CapBei-' Kill ths Umpire." at 
3 12. 4 S6, 1 M. 10:19. plot 
■Thi Traveling BsIm- 
woman." at 13:U. 9 tt, 9 31. 
9 04 

liomlnloD— Closed Monday for 
reouvatiuns. Tuesdsji: "The 
ChlUem Hundreds." at 1:39. 
3.11. ft 33; 1 Ift. 9 43 

ft'es— Duel In the Bun," In 
Technicolor. 

Usk Bay — "Sirepini Car to 
Trieste " 

Odeaa-'Tlvs Astonished 
Hesrt." at 1 14. 9:35. 9; 36. 
7 31 . 9 41 Las! complete 
show St 9 12. 

Plata— "I Was a Slioplifier." 
plus "The Judge 

Biw— 'Two Mrs Carroll* " 

Rayal— Moiulay. 'Suirway to 
Btardom." stage aitracUun. 



Bravo" "1 pUy General Philip 
■herldan.'* Carrol tells me. 

Joan Crawford can get a fortune 
from N BC. U ahe wUl M.C. a ule- 
vlslon fashion show tor tham on 
film. Well, ahs went do a Uvs show, 
but the (Urn deal Is something else. 
And who would be better than Joan.< 
whoM elothss and makeup have been 
setting fashions for 30 years? 

BASED ON mill.E 

Spyros Skouras is Joining the cur- 
rent Bible parade In Hollywood 
started by C. B. Da Mill# with 
"Samson and Lirlilah " Bpyroe Is 
making 34 movies based on the Bible 
at 20th Century -Pox He staru off 
with '*Tht Story of Ruth." I under- 
stand about tight others havs been 
written and are ready to shoot. 



..^OMrSHION MSTtaS- 
snrtT ixTsaTAiNws'vv 



AFTER HUNDREDS OF REQUESTS, IT IS 



Try . . . good food prepared lo 
the individosl tatic. Siriling 
•trskt or fried chicken. 



THEATrI^CLOSED on MONDAY 
FOR RENOVATION 



Langford Lake Belmont 148M 



STARTING 

TUESDAY 



the south of Prance She gorn thei# 
to make pictures after her current 
very succeMful night-club engsge- 
ment In Paris .She was supposed 
to sur In the all-colored revue 
George Jessel was to produce at 
SOth-Pux. "But 1 dont think I'm 
producing It now." George tells me. 

George Raft wUl be co-producer, 
with Joe Keufman. when he plays s 
gigolo in "Montmartre" They are 



MONDAY and TUESDA’ 

Barbara Stanwyck 
Humphrey Bogart 

“TWO MRS. 
CARROLLS" 

Plus s Cartoon and 

"Duke of Chico9o 



said Julia "That's our 



dropped her 



r« 1 

STERLING HAYDEN ' 
LOUIS CALHERN 

Jain HAGEN *j3m«s WHITMORE 
Sam JAFFE • John MeINTIRE 



Ung a movie at Metro butli around 
hu }*M record. ‘'A-Rass-s-Ms- 
Tsa " 

laurel and Hardy are jumpu-.g 
into the televuion gravy and plan s 
aeries of short shows on film They 
have a ready-made audience In the 
new medium from their uldiea that 
are now showing. So will Charlie 
Chaplin when he rttum* lo make 
muvlM. Children are now viewing 
the movie* on TV that Chaplin 
made earlier in his career. 

Sir Cedric Hardwicke head* the 
cast with Msdv ChrUiians. Dennis 
King. Arthur Treacher. Judith Eve- 
lyn and Margaret Banneraian in Ute 
Shaw revival. "Qeilmg Married." 
They open here at the Biltmore June 
27. The play wu* written by Shaw 
in 1910. 



"But surely If* all over now." cried 
Mr* Kaiterbrook "Though I roenni 
to tik you, why did they adjourn 
the inquest?" 

"Police aren't satlsfled." said her 
ha>>band "That’s what that mean* " 

-But aren't Mtlsfled of what?” 

Culcmel Easterbro'^k shook hi* 
head with the air of a man who 
could say a good deal more If he 
chose Edmund Rwettenham. who 
dl-sllked the Colonel, said. "The truth 
of It Is. we re all under suspicion " 

"But suapiclon of what?" repealed 
Mrs Easterbrook 

-Never mind, kitten" said her 
husband 

"Loitering with Intent." Mid Ed- 
munrt- “The intent being to commit 
murder upon the first opportunity." 

"Oh. don'i. pleaae don’t. Mr. Bwei- 
tenham " Dora Bunner began to 



RILEY'S AN 

UMPIRE 

NOW!! 

He's the 
HemarHn Kmg 
. . . He Rwnt 
Heme After 
Ivevy Geme 
. . . If the fees 
Dws'l Cefch 
Him First] 



STEWART'S OLD-TIME 
DANCE CLUB 
WEDNESDAYS 

aatiA-RiMs st’oiTneuu 

r«fm«raBl Slr*«l 

O*' Y«ur pweg TK'KVr IhU Was V ? 
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Dorothy Lemour 

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embarrassment Edmund turned , 
searlet. murmured. "Just a Joke.*’) 
PhUllpa suggested in a high, clear 
voice that they might listen to the 
9 eYiork nevrs. and the suggastlon 
wa* received with enthusiastic as- 
sen' 

P*trk*k murmured to Julia. “We, 
need Mrs. Harmon here. Nhe'd be 
sure to My In that high, clear voice 
of hers, *But I suppose somebody Is 
silD waiting (or a good chanre to 
murder you, Mia.^ Blacklock^’" 

"I'm glad she and that old Miss 
M.irple couldn't come." said Julia 
I "That old woman U the prying kind 
And a aUia BIF I smirT should 
think Real Vlrtoiian type ” 

I Uftenlng to the news led easily 
Into a pleaMnt diaru.sxlon on the 
horrors of atomic warfare. Colonel 
Easterbrook Mid that the real men- 
ace lo rlvIllMtlan was undoubtedly 
Russia, and Edmund Mid that he 
had several charming Russian 
friends — which announcement was 
coldly received 

The party broke up with renewed 
thanks to the hostew 

"Enjoy yourMlf. Bunhy?" aiked 
Miss Blacklock, as the last r>Fst 
I was sped. 

( "Oh. I did But I've g«*L s terrible 
headsrhe. It's the firll\:'>' nt. I 



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Badminton Club preMnlt 

DAL tICHARpS AND HIS 11 PIECE ORCHESTRA 

WHh lUZANNE 

fitrett from the PanprimA Roof. VaiKouver 

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University ofJAIlierla 
^ Adding New Buildings 



Cabinet Reserves Decision on Freight Application 

dm rM«rved <kctolon Ut« tod»y <» | »0Drd of Trowport Co^l-ton« , ^ pror^ Thoy jmtd U w« „„ -th a haiurr of nrotliiciDl coun- 



Her. la eliorn of raU»«r odjuvu ^- 
j troUoo. took riuufe of ibo beor* 
I lac beblod cluard doors. 



on oppUeoUon of Mven provlacos for 
■ for tho overthrow of the Uleet 1 
I frelght-nto increoeee. ^ 

I , After A feVi.bour hear&c. Prhn* L_, 



up with A bAitery of provlndAl eoun> 
tel when the prortncee opened their 



for review. , «“ "OVQ oi rrent ^ -pj^tiy ooi the funcOoo of the , . _ iK.<r 

T& Prorind.1 ao»«nm.nl com. ! Ccttmlui^n 1^ du^ ^ , C.dln.t to deoKU rot. mottoi., 

pletod their ceee At noon. declArtng , the reU cam oowpelenUy »nd j- ^ CAnodlAn NAtlonAl RollWAy* totAlinc 90 per 

the itBpoeiuon of th# tncr t aiee hod feeted roUwAy AdadnlitTAtiop g— inert Atee did not I ikmu vet oo-oocrAtlvee 

„.r..«d Id th. ohouMd^t^tmut -pc iteii u„ 



KDMONTON, June 34 CF).— The univer :‘.y » exientlon Jlbw Ca- 4i,,n will be flven et quickly ai pot-' 

VntTfrUty 6T ATber^a !•, Itpe;i5rti{ ■ jiilUy of tne fTju: -V.ry ct“r:ijVi? tt jn,jp 

AbreAtt of the building boom In 3SS.OOO volumei And 800 to 900 rend- premiers led e provlnclAl 

Edmonton. eri. delegsUon edUlng on the Ceblnet I creAses each ytAT. 

Pour lATge new buildings and sn NTLDENTS VI4lO!f ^ eUmlnAie the lncreA*ee to* i — 

Addition to the Unlveriliy HoepllAl ( The Etudenu' Union Building. ^ reduce 

ere expected to be completed thU dream of university students for the 

year at a coet of about 88.750.000. i last 35 years. Is expected to be r-fhawa 

ThU will brliig the coet of poeiwar I ready for Summer school sludenu CONSTBLCTION lontb 
building on th# campus to more I in July. HAMILTON, Ont. CFi —’The In* 

than 88.000,000. Built el an Mtlmated eoet of tressed cost of housing wts shown 

Scheduled for opening at the end 8470.000. the building wrlll contain a up strongly in the recent sale of the 
of the year Is the Rutherford Me- I men's and women's lounge, a mixed parrar home. Built in 1880 for 
mo rut Library. Named in honor ' lounge and a faculty room, along |8d00 on an II.IOQ lot. the 16*room 
of Alberta's ftrsi. Premier A. 0. ' with offices for student publications house brought a price believed to be 
Rutherford, it cost an eatlmated $U- and administration. A recreation more than 190.000. 

750.000. The lUtfary wlU cooioU- room is being constructed In the - — - 



I * * J ^ ■ the impoaluon of th# inertasea had gested rallsray acmiftiiiraucfi argued that tho Inert asee did not I m.„w •»»•« no-oaeratlvM 

! .Alwr » 6'i-bour h..r&f. Pr^ la th. .IwuM W 1» l^t >°»»» ^ mcll ^ „ttnlwr.. th. tor L. 

Minister St. Laurent said a ded* burden of different areas and | ooolrove*ay“ through Cabinet ac* ^ amount It eoet them to graat a 

si'in will be given as quickly as poe*|.^-^ raUwsjs htd not jiroven 1 Hon- [ wage incixa^e* . . ; . , 

6U> ^need of the lOC-^OOo.^ In'new reve* ' The CPR declared that, unless * Prime MStiI-v. c... ^^rrm entS 

Pour premiers led a provincial i nue they would obtain from the in* 1 the Cablnel wanted to subaUtuU] BATTERY OP COlNliEL u members of his Cablneum* 



Prime M5T\i-V. St. !2T3rent anC 

13 members of his Cabinet. In* 



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Chaplin*s 

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980 QUADRA 

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the cabinet wanted to suoauiuic . — — — ’■ .. . 

lU Judgment for that of the ex- < Premiers Macdonald of Nova See- eluding Transport Minister C^^ 



CONSTRUCTION COSTS 
HAMILTON. Ont. CM -The In- 



750.000 



dau existing faculty and main U* \ basement. This Is the first unit ol fOM THREE PERSONI 
brarles on the campus and houM the » propt^ed three-unit student cen- oAorjwxnv ah> len — Tom 

, tr.^ oXr units wlU houM a gym- «U k^wn bT^ 

I r\ • I s I naslum and audltorluffl. Indian cattle rancher and rodeo star 

Uctllv Aslroiocv IIOBPITAL AUDITION ,^0 dlod recently. Uft ample evi* 

I J CJ Costliest building on the campus that he was one Indlsn who 

I By RITA DEL MAR j, the 82.500.000 adldtlon to Unlver- ' His estate, consisting of 

SUNDAY. JUNE 85. 1958 . slty Hospital, expeoted to be com* | Hereford cattle, horses and other 

Today's quotation; "We have pleted In December. It will provide pfopeyty. reallmd 8153.854 

learned by hard experience that facllUles for modem obstetrical and — 

peace is not to be had for the ask- i children's wards. 

mg; that peaos, Uks oihsr great AlberU’s laUst tubsrtulosta Sana- ^e ^1 ^ y.*. 

privllegos, can be obtsuned only by ‘ tortum Is the Aberhart Memorial tlQilOUSO 

hard and painstaking effort." ' Hospiitl. being oonstmet^ for sp- 1 T V 

— Pranklln O. [ praxia*.iteiy $1,500,000, The four*; ' 

Sunday for Everyooe-Thls Is an s^^ry buUdlng wlU provide faculties DA MAC 

excellent day for relaxation, pleas* | for about 400 patients. With all RRlllIb 

ure, contaets with loved ones, trips. • beds In rooms bossilng a southern i 

andvlaiu. • Rise and shine” early. , exposure and supply and prepara- miiru*- 

Look for your Mrtb date and ' tlon rooms on the north side. It will . DOMr LETE WiiB \ 

birth sign below: be ^und-proof throughout. i asea sun 

March 31 to April 19 <Artssi— A 8400000 public health buUdlng [ (r»i Fll ""** 

Clear up accounts or mutual flnan* is to be ready In September. U will e— * MlPIOEIf j 

Am matters that have needed at- house facilities for the Provincial I _ \ J ' 

tention. Laboratory and be a centre for can- _ 

adtU 20 to Mav 20 (Taurus)— Be oer research on the unlveislty -r ^~ ~ i ^ 



Daily Astrology 

By RITA DEL MAR 
SUNDAY. JUNE 85. 1958 



:! W^stinghousc 

: RANGE 



birth algn below: be ^und-proof th 

March 31 to April 19 < Aries i— A 8400 000 publl 

Clear up accounts or mutual flnan* is to be ready In 8 
Am matters that have needed at* house facilities f< 
tention. Laboratory and be 

April 20 to May 30 (Taurus)— Be oer research on 
considerate of those about you; 11s- campus, 
tea to what they have to aay : allow OTHER Bl 

them to direct thtnts. « * Other buUdlnp 



OTHER BITLDINGR 
Other buUdlnfs and extsniloni 



eOMHETE HriTK) 
UMP MO 

•' 'iMin'TtMimrv 

I 



May 31 to June 30 (OtmlnD— completed since the war Include two , 
Offer aid. service. Pay some stten- large four-story wlnfs on the modi* 
tien to fMivMtng *ritn ih"i*s In rM z‘. s ctz'. cf ''>00 »nu 

tho domeetlc or work econe a 185.000 University Works Depart- 

June 31 to July 33 (Canosn-Bsek ment building, 
relaxation: let out a Ut. Others Proposed construction for which 
are In the mood to oo-operate with plans have not yet been drawn up 



July 31 to Aug. 33 (Leoi— Advan- 
taget are due you through kin and 
loved ones. Be hospitabit. 

AUg. 33 to Bept. 23 (Virgo) Snap 



Include an agriculture and blologl* 
cM science building, an engineering 
buUdlng and admlolstratlon and 
fine aru buUdlnp. 

Several classrooms and offices sUU 



Judgment looks fsvorabls. Be with are boused in prefsbrlcsted slruc* 
rslaUvss or folks from your neigh- tures and quonset huts erected dur* 
borhood. Ing the unprecedented influx of 

Sept. 23 tivOct- 33 (Libra)— Those veterans Mler the last wsr 
nearby support you If you work 
tlieni Apply your funds, be- 
longlnp wisely. 

Oct. 33 to Nor. 31 (Scorpio)— Be 

[XMlUons. Exert personality; appear Entries Are Rollne In 

at your best. ^ 

Nov. 33 to Dec 31 (Sagittarius*— 

Seclusion helps you And the way | I 

*" for the C J V I PHOTO 

Dec. 33 to Jan. 18 (Capricorn)— 

Friendly bonds with others can be 

htrengthened Meet new people. AAIITCQT 

Stress amiability Vvll I ImV ■ 

Jan. 90 to Feb. 18 (Aquarius*— Do 
something to fortify your position 

in the community- Exert legdenhlp. . 

Feb. 18 to March 90 (Pisces) Re* 1 TmLa Akp Ms a 

Uflon. philosophy and or travel , I fl"v allv (iicttir' 

have much to offer today Oft' _ • Trans 

projects eet for action. |^||| nt Ce< 

planning Ahead— Good for socia- i • wwiM horo I 

bUlty. entsitalnlng. etc.; June 35, m C.^ii r 

30; July I. 5. 8 . 11. 13. 18. 18. 17. 18 jAUfArC . J 






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MEANANSIHINGIOME? 



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Twin 

Towers 



MONDAY. JirNE 38, ItM 
Today's quotation: "In the United 
SUtos there U more space where 
nobody is than where anybody Is. 
This is what makes America what ' 
she is.*^ 

— Oertruds Stein. 
Monday for Everyone— Rely upon 
your own good Judgment instead of 
a^ng for advlus or tUd. Take Urns 
to think UUnp through and arrive 
at a well-rounded view Do not 
permit pleasures to divert your au 
tention from nscesaary tasks. 

Look for your birth date and 
birth algn below: 

March 81 to April 18 (Arles)— 
Credit dealings are somewhat risky 
today: cling to tried end true poll- 
dee; practice thrift.iseanomy. 

April 30 to May 30 (Taurus'— 
Turn your thoughts and efforts to* 
ward others but don't oi}UBis^on eo- i 
operation: preaerve^prapUge. 

May 31 to June 9 (Oemlnl'— Put 
your Job and physlnl welfare first: 
play a supporung i^le U neceesafy. 

June 31 to* July (Cancer*^— , 
Shun friction: protect well-being; 
rmolvt dtffloultlea: take no chances. 

July 31 to Aug. 33 (L»o>— MMn- ' 
tain order In your environment; 
play up safety: dont bring matters 
to a head now. 

Aug. 3f to Sepi 23 (Virgo)— Avoid 
haste, ImpulM. in adjusting decl- 
Klnns, opinions, and reraUng people; 
be sure to gel the facu first. i 

Sept S3 to Oct n <Ubra'-Ad> I 
Just mUUkee; review the budget. | 
Don't be shortchanged; watch poe- ' 
sessions 

Oct 33 to Nov. 21 (Scorpio'— 
Make headway in minor matters: 
M open-minded Keep the peace 
In your environment 
Nov. 83 to Dec. II (Sagittarius)- ( 
Devou your Uroe to "unflalshed '■ 
business''; be eareful not to kindle 
•nvy. malles in others. 

Dec. 33 to Jan. Ifl-iCaprIccim)— 
Hew to main obJteUvea: don't let 
diversions "derail'’ you or put a 
dent in the bank roll. I 

Jan. 30 to Feb. 13 (Aquarius*- l 
Be dutiful to paiwnu or higher-upa. 
Defer Individual Incllnallone foe the 
preaent 

pab. 11 to March 30 <Plscea)— 
Hold Jaunta. flnM Judgment in 
obeyance unUl "vlslWllty* U eloarwr. 

Planning Ahead— Good for soeU- 
bUltf. sntortalnini. etc.: June 30 
I. 8. I, II. I*. 13. 18. IT. It. n. 
IT, 90. 91. 

jMMMd at BMtssiiasiee b*«* 



li’s a roiilot ojifn lo all. "lake a 
(HCUirr of ilie new CIVI Twin 
Transmitter Towers at tlie corner 
ni Cedar tiill Crossroad and Cad« 
horo Bay Road, behind the l.plands 
i»olf Course. All you have to do is 
to submit an 8 X io print. 



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If you arr a user of laundrv or dry cleaning service, these seals are of vital concern to you. ITiey 
are your only sure guarantee of expert service and professional esre for your clothes and household 
fabrics. Here’s why i 

rhe Sanitone Urv Clrniiiiig sritl i-s the rcgisicrcti trade mark »f a special, palciilcd process that 
actually gels out more dirt from any fabric that can be dry E lcantMl. I he American InHiiliile of 
Uundering, The < anadlan Research Institute of Uunderers and Cleaners, and the National 
Institute of USers and Cleaners are national associations detliiwtrd to better laundering and 
cleaning methods and to a high level of trade ethics. 

I'hruugh its membership in these associations. New Method is furnished up-lo-lhe-minule 
bulletins and scientific data on the latest laundering and cleaning methods. 

me know well in advance of new fabrics that come on the market, ^e are Informed of 
their characteristics and can apply correct methods to ensure safe laundering or cleaning. 

More important, several limes a year we are sent lest pieces \*hich wr arc rc«|uircd to subject to 
our regular laundry and cleaning process. These pieces are then rrliirned to the government 
lahoratoriea at Ottawa where they are rigidly tested for soil removal, v»rhiteness retention, tensile 
strength loss, etc. ) 

Any deviation from the high standards insisted upon by these associations is quickly brought 
to our attention and corrective measures taken. 

You can thus readilv see that, by sending your clothes lo New MclhEwl, you are purchasing not 
«>nly the best available service but the protection oflFcred by up-to-date research and knowledge. 

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Kvulved after years of patient research by ona 
of the largest ehemical corporations in tha 
t'niled States, the Sanitone process marks a 
revolutionary stage in the development of dry 
cleaning. Ordinary drj* cleaning solvent removes 
only a portion of the soil. The Sanitone process 
—protected by world-wide patents and licensed 
only to carefully selected cleaners — removes 
ALL the dirt that can possibly be taken out 
without risk of damage to the fabric. And 
because ordinary cleaning methods .remove 
natural oils which <‘onlribute lo the “feel ’ and 
draping quality of new clothes, a special 



ingredient is added to Sanitone to restore the 
“like new" finish. Sanitone dry cleaning gela 
out MORE dirt and revitalizes your garments. 
Because of the high reputation of this process 
all over the North American continent only 
plants which conform to the most exacting 
standards of cleanliness and thoroughness ars 
licensed to use the Sanitone process. Sanitonai 
inspectors enforce these standards through 
regular inspections. Since 1935 New Method 
have been the exclusive users of Ihe .Sanitone 
process in the Vietoria area. 



IN VICTORIA 



IS BEST! 



montrbal en.-otr suihon- 

UM BSVS IVMWOS tlM eontrsti of 
F. A. OegAbt sA eoiwulttns onglnwr 
fnr saMiks prwvonUon. With ihs cllj 
far tht last iso rwut. Mr. Combs 
van lasinioMOUl In ths Srswtng up 
si ths mw onU-»SMks Sr-lsw whieh 
loss lato sfltoi la Julp. 



This s^vsrHsswswt Is nst poklnhoi sr daplovsd by 
lbs Usvisr Csnhsl Iswrd ar by lb# Govsewsowf si IriStb Csivmbis. 






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Only d~Tew of the many Tocety gardens tihd homes on Salt Sprina hland are 
pictured here, but are a’f// representative of the island. Informal and restful, rmwj 
of the gardens run \ioiVn to the seashore and many more have superb vmvs. 

.Always popular for a Summer vacation, more and more people are going to 
Salt Spring Island to become permanent residents. 



:t; Li.-Col. and Mrs. Desmond Crofton with Rex. their German short 
haired pointer, pictured in the garden of their home at Ganges. 



Lower left: Capt. and Mrs. W. L. Gardner, right, with their son-in-law and 
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C M. Robertson, at their home ‘'Axtic.” Scott Road. 
Ganges. Capt. and Mrs. Gardner came to Salt Spring Island to retire three years 
ago after living in Singapore for 40 years, fylr. and Mrs. Robertson, whose home 
is in Singapore, arc spending the Summer holidays with Mrs. Robertson’s parents. 



Upper right: Mrs. W. H. Bradley with her young daughter. Susan Graham, and 
Mrs. B. Acland with her Norwegian elk hound. Tor. are pictured in the ground* 
of Aclands Guest House on the Lower Ganges Road. 



Lower right: Mrs A J. Smith Mcfi>. Capt. and Mrs. J. Mitchell 
Mrs. F. C. E. Ford pictured in the lovely garden at the Mitchi 



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Social Editor 



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Ur. tod Mrs. Ch*rl« EiUnftan | 
*re on ihflr %*7 to ! 

O^.. lor th«lr botwymoon !olk)wtn< 
Ihtlr morrUff* SftturtUy tvcnlnf at 
BetheMla Ooepel Halt. Oak Bay 
Avpnur 

A garden aetUni *Uh IrelUi 
IrUmned with w b 1 1 a peoulea 
airanged by Miaa Jeanne Bmart, 
formed the baokfround lor the 
ceremony which vai conducted by 
Mr H L. Hopkins. Miss Isabel 



Bride and Groom at St. Luke’s 



tha soloist. Mr. WUliam Sunma 
sang. “O Perfect Love." 

Tlie bride, tha former Agnes 
Xalhteen Fowler, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Spencar Fowler, ii 
Gorge Rosd East, was radiant in 
white slipper satin styled with 
sweeUieart nackllnf. Uly 'point 
sleavea and full skirt sweepUig into 
a long train omamenlcd T.l'-h 
knots. Hor veil of silk net witli 



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UMrnty «o "ika oaly gi/1" *t<k 
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ncil tt (b»lcH gttslitf. And. 
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EASY TERMS 

As Na Ittra Case 



1117 DOUGLAS 



MISS JOAN SCOTT 



Miss Joan Scott to Wed 
Lieut. Thomas B. Cormack 



Pineapple Dish 

THL imp 



Frr tn aet»e fr« M ww*tc 



A fresh pineapple pudding is a 
change from the usual draerla. 

Cream 1*1 cup of butler with 1-3 
cup of sugar. Add the beaten yolks 
of 3 eggs. 1 cup of bread crumba 
and 1 cup grated frmh pineapple. 
tAsi. fold In the stUliy beaten egg 
j whitea. 

I Turn Into a buttered baking dish 
' and bake in a moderate oven lor 
US ml'Hites. Serve hot or cold, gar* 
nlshed with fingers of fresh pine- 
apple. 



DRESSES 



.eri^l ' Ueutenanl Cormack Is flying 
vrrly home In Mid-July, and with hit 
[ the bride, will fly bark to duty In 
Joan Austria on August 1. 



lor miSie* and mslron*. An 
rat client vsnelv in crepes, 
coltoii*. elc. 



Co*ort»t 



Douflas Forbf' 8colt to Thomss 
Bledsoe Cormack. lieutenant. United 
State* Army. 

Miss Bc'iU U t)>e gisnddaugli'er 
of Mrs WjJUain i. S-uU of Sail 
Hprlng Island. B.C . end Ihc former 
deputy minister oi agneuiture. liie 
late Mr. Bcott. and also rf ihe late 
Mr. and Mrs. WUharn Hntre Onlll- 
lord of 8ea»"e. Wn'lilnrion. 

TJenrenant Coitnnck l* the f'l 
Hnaard Pnlitan Kttipman nnd 
Bartten Cm mat k of 
the ^l• |i- 



Teas, Luncheons and Dances 
For Law Society Convention 



avaa rasiroa 

0/flOniP/ria| , . . CONBTANTtt 

Ronald F jeune, ba, bsc. 

uparsiRA own aasK.a norvs 
Kouna t u I M r u avnawnsv s m i i m 
enoM I ssss gvimaot at srfoi.*msf rrr 



Monday erening at B oVUick at 
1«3 Burhby Btreel, Fairnrld, mer • 
mill be a reading of Kmer»«jn .- 
e.v.Hy ••Tire Oversinri," ala*> I1>r 
Scteiira of tlia Absolute cxplaj.icd. 



l)tt late Mr. 

Hrierh >Iill5 C.tlll . ulid V 
.'III of Vire*Admiial Flthlnn prrHrnt''H i)>r ta<>iple viih a hand- 

nun. U 8.N.. Ket He the praiid- s'lnie thinc*jii Fj fe table arid a toast 
run of Uia late Mr. and Mrs. FVfanrd »iui propoaed by Mr. A. A Mot>rr of 
Kllbec Cormark of Chicago and Nanaima The Inv.ted gueala lu- 
Diero, and of fhc trite Mr. and Mr>. eluded Mr. and Mrs. A. A Moore 
samud Thomas Ble<i.»oe of Ctiicago Mr. and Mrs Hud KiinalU, Mias 
anrl Nea- York Mr Barlleit C"i- Sliaron Enrkht. Mas'er BobbV En- 
nnrk tvas the writ-known drain.itni right, ail of Nanaimo. Mr. and Mr* 
and )(mriialL t. Mi. Bledsoe w,i , w. Williamson, Duncan; Mr and 
president, chairman of tlie board. Mrs a. BuUer of Vancinivei. Mr. 
and chairman of the rxetoiiie omi' «nd Mrs. C. Orimm, Mr. and Mrs. 
mitfee of the Atrhlwn. Topeka A: f, Hobaon, Mr. and Mrs. T. Moore. 
Santa Fe Hallway Company , Mr. and Xlrs. F. SUbum, Mr. and 

MLw SruU graduated from Beverly ^ Mrs H. Moore. Mr and Mrs Ci Bll- 
HtlU High School and from the burn. Mr. and Mr*. W. Briy. Mr. 
University of California at Lo* Mr*. J. Tippett. Mr. and Mrs 
Amrelen. where Miv was a mem- w, Reynold.*. Mr. and Kfra. A Bat- 
her of Phi Br*a Plu M>roriiy. tie. Dr. and Mrs. T James. Mr. and 

IJrjteiiant Curmark attended Orme Mrs. J. McRoberu. Mr J F. Thomp- 
Bchoot, Devon Hou.*e. London, Eng- *on. Mr. J. Battle, Mr. W. Lucoe. 
land, and graduated from the Cate mim M. Luts. 

School, Carpenteria, aivd lha United - - ~ 

Slatea military tcadrmy. Weal 

Point HMB He ha.s computed j^TT^ 

toura of doiv at Hie Ground General 

Briiool Cenire, Fori lUlcy. K*irn- Have * ID 

, tlu? Armored Cavalry ScImjoI. Fort ^ 

Knox. Kentucky, and sirtre Aup i t 



— Personal Notes — — — — 

> of Hon. Chief JuaUtip Gordon McG Bloan. Adnuniatralor. and 
Friday afternoon w»l be one of Uie hlsblighU lor wives accom- 
dAy convenuon of the Law Boclety of British Columbia. Canadian 

lerUlnmenl haa been arranged by wives of f ^ ^ J JtA 

•„-.-r:.i Bar AsJioclalUm. on the opening day. l^lcUZ, U^tlCL IVk 
luncheon wUl bo held at the Empress Hole! , « w r • « « t t a 

Ml be held al me home 1^/1/ H ly fQ / 

Wootton. 12’iS Victoria Avenue. A dinner, FF LtL I I'C/ V 

lU be followed by a dance at the Empress in ^ pendant worn by 

I her paternal grandinnttier on tier 
luncheon at the Royal Colwuod Oolfl «(.<](iitig day was Uie only jevwlry 



A tea In the garden at the home 
Mrs. Bloan. 1020 Beach Drive, on ' 
panylng Uuir husband* to Uie two 
Bar A.vsocia(ion. 

A pronram of en 
the exeeutive of the Victoria 

Thur.-vday. June 20. a I — 

and a reception later in the afternoon w 
of Mr. and Mr.*. R A 
at the Empress w 
the evening. 

A drive around ihe city, 
and Country Club and a golf tournament at the Royal Victoria by 

Golf Club. Oak Bay. for the Hon. W. A. Macdonald Trophy and Prentice (oi 
the garden tea are on the agenda for Friday. am «P» < 

Among those who .will be here for the convenUon are Rt. Untd. RC 
Hon. Arthur Melghen and Mrs. MMgheu of Toronto; Mr A N.|at 8t loi 
CarUr, president of the Canadian Bar AssoclaUon. and Mrs. , 

Carter of Saint John. N B.: Mr. and Mrs. J. R Holman of Seattle; j cisitd *t t 
Mr JusUce C. C. McLaurln and Mrs. McLaurln of Calgary; Hon j The brid 
Wendell Farris and Mrs. Farris; Senator J. W. dcB. Farrl* and Mrs ; tsin and I 
Farris- Oen. J. A Clark.jtlce-pre.-itdenl of the Law Society vf BC.'butus. Oo 
and Mrs. Clark. Mr. M.ft Mrfarlane. president of the Vancouver 
Bar Association, and Mrs. McFftrlane, Mr and Mr%. R. H Tupper. • 

Mr and Mrs R H. Tupper. Mr. and Mrs. A C DesBrI.SH.v. Mr Justice ^ 

J, O. Wilson and Mr^ Wilson. Mr. and Mrs Alfred Bull. Mr. and q ^ 

Mrs. Leon J. Ladner. Mr. and Mrs L .SI M. Uu.MouUn, Mr and 
Mrs! A. R. MacDougall, Mr. and Mrs. 8 J. Remnant. Mr. and Mrs | 

Walter Owen. Dean and Mrs O. F- CurtU, Mr. and Mr* J. A. Given tr 
Campbell, all of Vancouver. * the tall. 

His Honor H. O. Sullivan and Mrs Sullivan. New Westmlil^ter: miking t 
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Emerson. Penticton; Mr. and Mrs. Frank , gown of • 
Cunllffe. Nanaimo. Mr. c B Garland. Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mik fsshki 

8 Perry. Prince George, and many others. 

^ w ing Into a 

Tea for Younger Set 

Miss Sunnne Matson will rnt«rt«ln at a tea for the younger of double 
Mt this afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Osmund ' carried a 
Matson. 2430 Lansdowne Road. 



THIS IS IT! 



A nabu. eoa any otTAaiuf 

In lAllrrM iit''». 

Bfrt An* *>m*n i»i* 

I'rt h«« *• -»*U 

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Northern IreUnd f<ir name mnnlh* ‘ gradueted from the Ititelligente 
after which they expect to return , School of Curopewn Command at 
lo Halifax. Oberammergau. he la now aadgned 

a.'- AdjuUiil. 4th ReronnaiMance 

B«ltallon 

EsOUimsIt PsrtV Announcemei.t of the engagement 

* ' was made at a luncheon given by 

Tlie EMiulmall Women's Institute Mrs. Scott at the lo» Angeles <^n- 
wUl hold the annual garden party try Club on Monday. June iv. ^ 
In tha grounds at Bi. Faui'a Naval | The wedding will take *t 4 

and Oarrlaon Church on Thursday o’clock. Saturday. July 23. at ei. 
afternoon commenring at 3 10 pm. < Alban's Church. Westwood. The rr- 
Councillor 1. Spelrs will open theiceptlon will be held at SM North 
affair. i Foothill Road. Beverley HuIn, ih> 

Card* will be played In the home of Vice-Admiral ar»d Mr> 
evening. Kingman. 



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Personality of the Week 



Page 12 — Social 



TORONTO Cf). — Ono UnlUd 



•tr\ of the InlortnrdtronUon: ii 



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SUM* r 



the houM: bedroom lamp*, hand- 
made. a*hlch repeat pattcrtu tn the 
mUpaper; frareftil blendtnf of 
modem and period tumllUM. 



formality. It to an "tnaldr-oul” 
hou*e. Ita aoUd brick extenur 
mtnglex with the graM. rock and aea 
latidacape. liieide the houxe exten- 
live window! invite the beauty of ; 
the outside world tn. 

U to art on a height of land look- | 
out over Uie StralU with a view 
that takea In the lary pauage of , 
graceful yachta as well ai large 
veaaeli bent on ocean commerce, j 
On a clear day Mount Rainier dom- 
inates tlie horUun. 

Interior of- the house to particu- 
larly Interesting for its oolnr har- 
mony. all-lniportant In a one-story ! 
house where evrrj thlng to ceen at a 
glance. 

HALL SkTS TIILME 

The squara entrance hall to prob- 
ably the most striking room as one 
sees It first and It gives the keynote 
to the rest of the house. Ttie wall- 
paper to a cool hunter's green, pat- 
terned with a large whiia floral 
, design. The woodwork to the aame 
sttracUve green and the floor to 
paved tn rtist-toned aquare Ules 
The shining tile Immediately pre- 
sents a warm, Uved-in feeling and 
this to happily repeated on the floors 
of the diiilng-area and of the den. 

The den to papered with a dra- 
matic plaid of lemon yellow, grey ' 
and white, and thto to also used tn 
the cloakroom area off the entrance 
ball. 

Mrs. Johnson's Uvlng-room to the 
most formal room In the house and 
to decorated In a blending of greys, 
which make a charming background 
for the Oriental orange drapery. 

An air of elegance clings to thto 
room, enhanced by the finely striped 
grey and while wallpaper and errs- 
lal chandeliers. The dlnlng-arem at 
the end of the room can be segre- 
gated by a movable wall of strikingly 
figured material. 

Bedrooms, which give out on a 
tiled patio, are decorated In pastels. 

Interesting sidelights are the 
kitchen cupboards, blue on the out- 



thc Canadian National Exhibition, 
were attracted by th« flower ahnw. 
Tlie nuin txpresi>ed the wtoh on his 
death hto ashes might be stream 
over the '*moat beautiful garden In 
the world** Last Pall, the man's 
wtoh came true when his ashes were 
spread at the height of the exhibi- 
tion. 



By KII.LL.S LEAROID 

Mrs. Byron I. Johnson Introduces 
the '‘Personality of U\a Week** 
column, not only beacuse she U Uie 
wife of the Premier of the prortnee 
and one of our foremost hostesses, 
but because of her warm personality 
and her eontagloui frlendllneas. 

Another reason to that the John- 
son family have recently built a 
new house on Beach Oitve over- 
looking the aea. and the decorations 
are something to write a column 
about. 

In spite of her neceasariiy busy 
aoclal round. Mrs. Johnson to a 
person wt^ believes In simplicity and 
Informal living. She plays a good 
game of golf, but hksn't time to 
play very often. She loves to work 
In the garden and she to a keen 
television fan. She doea all her own 



Interior Scenes of Johnson Home 



COMING 



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88 YEARS! 



W. & J SERVING VICTORIA — MAN AND BOY 



IVACATION 

TOGS 



(of long-U'earing quality) 



Mrs. Johnson's llrlnE-room Is pictured above. Floral drape which separates the dining area can 
be seen In the background. Highlight on the dining floor shows off the gleaming tile on the 
floor. CrysUl chandeliers and finely striped wallpaper make the room veryaformai. 



for the 

YOUNGER SET 



Lodge Ladies 
Entertained 

Mrs. Bertha Metcalf was hoeteas 
to the Pa.vt Honored Royal Ladlea' 
Association of Victoria Lodge. Order 
of the Ro}wl Purple, at her home on 
Lagoon Road recently. 

Mra Muriel Mackie was elected 



Quality is olwoys the best value, and white 
Pothers just noturolly corr>e to W. & J. 
becouse they prefer quality clothing — 
Mothers AND Pothers come for Junior 
Wardrobes becouse QUALITY weors so 
much better os well os looking so distinctive. 
Here ore just o few of the things the Junior 
Set needs for Vocation Doys. 



SHORTS— Cotton drill In khoki, brown, 
navy ond white. For weor with T shirts ©r 
sports shirts. 



A BOUNTY OF BEAUTIFUL BLOUSES 

• nrtoN ni eAATKL SHADEa 

I TAOORCD Cltnw. WITH LONO aLEKVBS. tN HICK rAt-L COUJRS 

CROWN DRESS AND HAT SHOP 

law sTEirT i*i*«J»r rm* 



piTAidrnt of the association and Mrs 
Plorenca Wright, secretary - treas- 
urer. A program fur the year was 
planned. Mra Laura Baldwin wxa 
welcomed Into the aASoclallon. Past 
Honored ladies present were Mrs. 
Muriel Mackie. Mrs. Edna McCrUn- 
mon. Mrs. Florence Wright, Mrs. 
Aimiea Bergeron, Mrs. Mabel PUUer, 
Prince Rupert: Mrs. Bertha Metcalf. 
Lethbridge. Alta ; Mrs. Esther 
Moody. Edmonton. Alta. The hostess 
for tha July meeting will bs Mrs 
Esther Moody. Richmond Rosd. 



T SHIRTS— Thd better 
shades ond fancy stripes 



SFORTS SHIRTS— Big variety in oM t it* 



SWEATERS— Pullovers and Sleeveless, ond 
in the larger sizes V neck styles. Plain 
colors, stripes ond foncy potterns. Morley, 
Broemor and other stur^ imported mokes. 



frSFROM 



BELTS— English clostic style 



BLAZERS— Plain and with corded edges 
Double-breosted styles in novy ond wmt 



BIRKS 



SOCKS— Summer weights In cotton ond 
wool mixtures 



Further detail of the living-room la seen here. Drapes are 
Oriental orange. Extensive windows display glorious view. 



Engagements 

r r 

Tilt engagement to aimounced of 
Ellen Lucille Leahy, youngest 
daughter of Thomas Leithy. 
Burrulde Road, and the lata Mrs 
tiCahy, to Mr. John Frederick New- 
man, only son of Mr. F. H. New- 
man, 3133 Fifth Street, and the late 
Mra. Newman The wedding will 
take place Wednesday. July IB, IB60. 
at g o’clock. In the Bishop's Palace, 
■t. Andrew's Cathedral. 



SLACKS— Grey flannels for oil oges. Fine 
worsteds ond Gobordmes in mony smart 
shades. 



Author Tells Why Book 
On Etiquette Written 



PYJAMAS— Broadcloth in plain colors, 
•ome with controsting lapels. 



Diamood F.np^getueat Rmga 
deaigwod In owr Jew«l 
Btovfioa so ififffdaT iba 
tameless briDaoce of tha 



OFFICIAL H.Q. FOR BOY SCOUT SUPPLIES 



read their own composiiiunA: Mr 

E. Webber. Mrs. K Clarke. Mrs 
R J. MrFarlane, klus ficoweroft, 
Mrs. Arabella MLCarroU. Mtos M. 
Eugenia Perry, Mrs. M. Lane. Mrs. 
G. Lusse, Mrs. Robin Breach. Mrs. 
Sheila Metvor, Mrs. W. H. Yardley, 
Mrs Clara HiU Maunxeli. Mr. H. 
Maunsell. Poems were also con- 
tributed by Mr. A. Sutherland and 
Mr. W. H. Mawle. 



The annual picnic of the Cana- 
dian Authors' AMoctotlan. Victoria 
and IsUi\d's Branch, wss held at 
the home of Mrs. W. H. YarUley, 
Gordon Head. Jurte 34. Mrs. Ger- 
truda Pringle, well knoan Journalist 
and author, was the guest speaker, 
her subject was, "Huw I Came to 
Write 'Etiquette in Canada' *' The 
book, first publuiird In 1932. was 
the ^result of a monthly column 
which she eunducted Jn Maclean's 
Magaxlne. Bhe received so many 
queries on social questions that she 
decided to publish a book about 
etiquette, and write concise aruweri 
to social questlnrts to suit the time 
and place ranging from wedding 
receptions, dress, titled perv>nagea. 
bringing up a family to bringing 
out a daughter. The book was first 
published by McCleUsnd dr Stewart 
in 1933, and a revised and up-to-date 
edlilon was brought out again In 
1949. 

A presentation of a handbag mas 
made to Mrs Robin Bresch by the 
prose group which the convened for 
five years. Mrs. Robin Breach to 
leaving In August for a vacation to 
Australia. Mrs. K. Clark# spoke 
briefly on her trip to Portland, 
where she saw the Rose Festival. 
A special poem for the occasion was 
read b] James Morton. The follow- 
ing members of the poetry group 



CASH'S NAMES 
for Foil Uao . . , 



GIRLS 



Mr. and Mrs. Martin Opaal, of 
Cloverdale. B.C., announce the en- 
gagement of their third daughter, 
PhyUto, to Mr. David Roes, ton of 
Mrs. J. J. Roes and the late Mr. J. 
J. Ross, 4001 Shelboume Btreet, 
Victoria. B.C. The wedding will take 
place at Cloverdale United Church 
at S IS o'clock on July 19, 1990. 



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Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bruce, WUd- 
flomer Road. Sidney, V.I., B C . an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
elder daughter, Dorothy Mary, to 
Mr. Henry Stewart Holman, only 
aon of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry 
Ouufb Holman, of Vancouver. The 
wedding will take place quietly In 
Victoria on June 30ih. 



DOWNSTAIRS Ifi the JUNIOR DEPARTMENT ot 



LONIXIN, June 34 • Reuters- 
New editions of Mrs. Beetnn's 
famous cook books are selling like 
hot cakes, sky the publishers. 

They report that they have had 
clerks working eight hours a day for 
more than a month, Invoicing noth- 
ing else but the new cookery series 
The new edition of Mrs Breton's 
most popular book, ‘*Hou.<iehold 
Management, ' took nearly four 
years to prepare. It represents the 
work of a team of 30 experts, and 
Its 1,600 pages contain 4.000 rsclpet. 

Isabella Mary Beetori. 11896-1865) 
Ant produced her monumental book 
on household rnsnagement In 
monthly parts In 1659. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keailry. 997 
Vlctorts, announce 
their elder 



Oliver Street, 
the engagement 
daughter. Norm# Moira, to Mr. 
Harold Russell Van Esaen, aon of 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van Essen, 86 
FUot Street, Victoria. The wedding 
will take place on July 38 at • pjn.. 
In Belmont United Church. 



Mrs. W. H. Sanders. HR 1, 
•aanlchUm, wishes to announce 
Sha engagement of her grand- 
daughter. Alice May Holyoake, to 
Mr. Henry Herbert Hickman, aon 
mt Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hickman. l&SO 
Bank Street, Victoria. Tha wedding 
will take place at 8 30 pm. on Satur- 
day. July 19. 1950, In the Metro- 
politan United Church. 

Mr. and Mrs. II. Jackson, of 360 
Tolcrnss Avenue, wish to announce 
the mgegement of their eldest 
daughter, Betty Lucille, to Mr. Ray- 
mond Bnict McManus, son of Mr 
and Mrs. J. H. McManus. 139 Suns 
Avenue. Victoria. The wedding will 
take place on Seturday. July TIa 
1990, at St Marks Church st 
I pm. 4 

The engagement to announced 
af Gertrude May. daughter of Mrs 
B. McAvoy, 3990 Vancouver Street, 
and Mr. J. N McAvoy. Lucerne. 
BC. to Mr. Victor Bruce Undal, 
eldest son of Mrs. Jean Lindal. 131 
Caledonia Avenue, and Mr. J. C. H 
Lindal, Col wood. Thw marriage will 
take place at the Grace English 
Lutheran Church, Blanshard Street, 
on July 23 at • pm. 



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8U(en. went to Nanaimo on Thurs* 
day on a social rtsit to Silver Ual 
Temple No. 1. Initiatory •emnonlea 
Itor five candidates were axaropUfled 
by otllren of Silver Leaf and an 
axcellaiit display by thalr defrw 
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\timm Vera Meahcr. frand cnanatar, 
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Rhodes. Mrs. E. Adams. Mrs. N. 
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The baauUful gardens at the home of Alderman and Mre. C. E. Banfleld, 642 Cralgflower Road, 
will be the scene of the annual garden party of St. Saviour’s Church on Wednesday. June 28. 
from 2:30 u> 5 30 p m. Mrs. R. O. Tlylor. president of the Anglican Diocesan WA., will officially 
open the affair. Rev. Douglas Kendell U ths general convener and the various organUaUons 
of the church are arranging the slallJ. Pictured above, from left to right, are: Mrs. WlUlam 
apeddlng, secretary. Mrt Clyde Banfleld, a member of the committee, and Alderman Banfleld. 



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Nawly-elected president of Victoria Chapter. Royal Conserva- 
tory of Music of Toronto Alumni Assortutton. Mr* Oh%»4le» 
succeed! Mrs. D. L. Gilbert who has held the office for the 
past two years. 



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Beauty rosiw were presented to the 
gtiest of honor end her mother An 
evening of music wes enjoyed. The 
guests were Mrs. J. 8 Powler. Mri 
Oeorge Fowler of Owklend. Calif, 
end her daughter Miss Roberta Fow- 
ler. Miss O. Case of Cngland. Mrs J. 
RothWelL Mrs. J. Pearce. Mrs. R. W. 
Woods. Mrs. H. LiUUf, Mrs. K Hen- 
shall. Mrs. H. Jsalousc. Mrs. J. 8. 
MsyamJth. Mra A. Phillips. Mrs. J. 
ColM. Mrs. A. Tudor and Muses E. 
Bsrfoet, M Jones and T. Bmllh. 



Mra W. Phillips, Mrs. Julia Msrson. 
Mra. P. Wills. Mrs. M Oranr. Mr.v 
W 6 8sw)rr. Mrs H. L. Harris, 
Mr- W. ReyTtolds, Mrs. W. H Allen 
and Muses Sylvia Reynolds. M Avh- 
iri'^rr. O. Case. J. Smart Isabel 
Chbhqlm, Betty Sawyer, Bobble 
Fowler and Peggy Sawyer. 

Wednesday evening. Mrs. Arthur 
Plowman was hostess at a miscel- 
laneous shower st her liome 13&3 



included Mrs Lasenby tcr>n?ener>. 
Mrs. Clisndler. Mra. Boulter. Miss 
Hnlen Ciluon. Mu* June MUburn 
end Mtu Sheila Bates. 



Conservatory Alumni 
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Bride-Elect 
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The 13th annual meeting of the I 
Victoria Chapter. Royal Conserva- t 
toiy of Music of Toronto AJumnl ( 
Aseodation was held on Friday 1 
evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. i 
T. H. Johns, finmass Drive, Oak Bay. < 
Mra. Maurice Chandler was elected < 
preaideiit. Others elected by soda- < 
matlon were as follows: Vice-presi- 
dent. Mrs. John Oough; Uessurer. I 
Mrs. W. W. Boulter; recording sec- ' 
reUry, MUs Helen Gibson; correa- 
ponding secretary. Mrs. A. O 
Oobble. I 

A concise report of the year's 
a<-UvlUes was read by the secretary. 
Miss Oibaon. who mentioned the 
cooeert given by the members at 
Fslrfleld United Church as the out- ' 
atanding achievement of the year. > 
The financial etatement was sub- , 
muted by the retiring ircesurtr. 
Miss Inga Oubberud. 

In her addreae, the retiring praal- , 
dent, Mrs. QUbert, atreaaed the im- | 
portanre of Victoria Chapter in the i 
musical Ilfs of this community. 6he 
reminded the member* that they ' 
are not a single group of music 
lovers but part of a national organl- 
eallon. referring to the chain of 
alumni chapters across Canada 
affiliated with tlic Royal Conserva- 
tory of Mualo through the mother , 
aliapter In Toronto i 

A presentation was made to Mrs. ' 
Oiiberl by Miss Noel A. M. Bmltb. 
local representative, acting on be- 
half of the members. 

Mr*. H. F. Lasenby expressed the ^ 
vole of thanks to the retiring ex- 
ecuUve and to the various boslessee 
of the past ieaaon. 

A number of special guasls then 
joined the meeting for the program 
of folk music which followed. Pre- 
sented by Mrs. Mary Wood, gifted 
musician and lecturer, and featur- 
ing the charming soprano voice of 



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Child, selected from the Or. Kealry Tuesday evening by Mrs. Oenrge 
WUUn CoUection. Flowers were inrlg. 1M7 Camruae Crescent. A red 
prwiented to Mra. Wood and MUs rase bud corsage for the bride-elect 
Charles by little Linda Johns, and a and while sweet peas and carnations 
vote of thanks was extended to an corsage for her mother were 
Mr* Chandler. presenled. 

Later, by special request. CharU* UiUc Jeanne Inrig handed MUs 
Palmer, pianui, obliged with com- , Fowler her gifts from a "wUhing 
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ehnee a becoming navy blue silk ben- 
gellne bolero-ityle suit with guipure 
lace blouse. forward-tlUed bonnet at 
white Milan straw trimmed with 
blue flowers and Illy of the valley, 
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Mr. Richard II. Angus, of Van- 
touver. gave hla slater In marriage. 

The brids’i sister. Mrs. A P Imrd. 
attended her wearing an Ivory and 
brown printed silk dress with cloche 
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Murphy. Leaving for a honeymoon 
at Banff. Alla., the bride wore a 
three-piece grey gabardine suit with 
pink accessories, cobra shoes and 
bag. and mauve orchid corsage. 

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ing a mauve Prlncesa-style gown 
with orchid accessories, a mauve 
Juliet cap with short veil, and 
carrying a Colonial bouquet of yel- 
low carnations and mauve stocks: 
and MLv Loma Graham, who chose 
a bridesmalde frock of ice-blue 
n>'lon marquisette over taffeta vrith 
matching Juliet cap and veil, and 
carried a Colonial bouquet of pink 
carnations. Misa Sylvia Campbell, 
flower girl, wore yellow taffeta with 
flowers In her hair and carried a 
small Colonial bouquet of Sweet- 
heart rosea and blue scablnaa 
mingling with yellow and blue net. 

Mr. James McKeachle acted as 
best man, and ushers were the 



instesd a Jean Simmons who hsd 
bareh* advanced one step from the 
L7-year-oM tngrnue who delighted 
us with her promise.’* 



portent, promising them that the 
dead-end phase of her career now Is 
over. The critics said they would 
wait and see. 



“Great Expeciallons." Then cam^ 
her resounding success as Ophelia 
In '•Hamlet.'* The J. Arthur Rank 
organization, suddenly realizing It 
had a really Ulented actress on Its 
hands, gave her the star-dust treat- 
ment. 

PARTT OV BTRTHnAT 

There was a big party on her 3Ist 
birthday. She played the night- 
rhib circuit, moved Into a Mayfair 
apartment and drtite around in a 
shiny automobile. Her picture ap- 
peared on all the front pages, show- 
ing a rarefully-rulUvated blonde 
eireak In her dark hair. 

Meanwhile, the let-down was 
looming. Picture* like '■Uncle 6llas. ■ 
-The Woman In the Hall," The 
Blue Lagoon" and “Adam and Eve- 



Miss Patricia Scrivener 
Is Bride of R. MacKinnon 



Donald MacKinnon. 1244 Chapman 
Street. Entering the church with 
her father, to the atralni of the 
(radUlonal wedding music played 
by Mr. James Gerry, the bride was 
lovely gowned In white faille taffeta 
fashioned with Sweetheart neck 



Standard baiiketa of pink and 
white peonlea and mauve atocka 
decorated St. Mary's Church. Oak 
Bay. Saturday evening, when Ven. 
Archdeacon A. E. de L. Nunns 
•olemnized the manisge of Patricia 
Anne, only daughter of Mr. and 
Mr*. Charles V. Scrivener, 3630 
Cavendish Avenue, to Robert Roas 
MacKinnon, son of Mr. and Mrs. 



Church Cathedral, • 

Rev. Canon O. H Oreenhalgh read 
the nuptial service uniting Atma 
Blanche, daughter tt Mr. and Mrs 
Gordon Hunler, BI5 Arcadia Street, 
and the son of Mr. James McDonald 
of Sackville. N B , and the late Mrs 
McDonald , 

Tlie hnde. riven In marriage by 
her father, wure a bemmlng after-' 
noon g«)wn of turquoUe embowed 
tafTeta styled with flttei] bodice, 
nerkline nni/tied with a email 
etandun roller, cap sleeves worn 
with rTMtching mitts and flared 
skirt A bandeau of flowers wae ar- 



lo the bride's, and won\ with pink 
halr-bandeau and long milts to tone. 
Her bouquet was composed of tur- 
quoise carnations. 

Mr John Pox acted as best man. 

77ie reception was held at Olde 
England Tnn. Lampoon Street, where 
Cenon Oreenhalgh proposed the 
toast Pastel sweet peas and lighted 
white tapera In silver candelabra, 
deroreted the table which was 
centred with the three-tiered cake. 

Going awry the biide wore a 
three-piece beige gabardtrve suit with 
corot-brnwn hat and glove* and 
green accessories. 



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Bv Mio nwkvi uii tMiij D. I ena e <rom lu am. lo iw pjn. eacn aay. An 

Innovation Ihla year wUJ be the aettlng up of demonxtratloa rdom* which will be furnished showing hand- 
woven textile*. Such axtlcle* a* curtain*, draperies, rugs, coverlets, runners, towel*, luncheon sets, cushions, 
and screen panels will be viewed to their proper aettlng. Th# Duke of Kent room will be used for the 
general exhibition. Membera of the committee bu*y arrangtof for toe exhibition are pictured above, 
from left to right; Mrs, E. Hammond, oonvener; Mra. E. Davl*. Mias MoUy Turner, Mrs. F. T. Oorle and 

Miss Marjorie HUl. 

British Critics Pan Jean Simmons 



By Ml'BIEL NARRAWAT 

LONDON. June 34 4CF). — Jean 
Simmnna bos dlaeovered that a big 
build-up can mean an equally big 
let-down. 

Once the darling of the film crit- 
ics. hailed a* potential first lady 
of the British screen, 31-year-old 
Mlu Simmon* now 1* being panned 
tovtead of praised. 

What she needs now. the crlUcs 
aay. 1* less publicity and a few good 
atorlm. Her latest film. "So Long at 
the Fair.” brought this criticism to a 
head. 



lyne" did little to booat her reputa- 
Uoa. 

"So Long at the Pair." released 
early this month. Is an old story 
about a girl and her brother azxlvlng 
in Part* for toe 18M exhibition. The 
brother vanishes, leaving toe girl 
alone In Paris, ignorant of the 
French language and toe city. 

The newspaper reviewers all 
agreed that this was no vehicle for 
Miss Simmons. Milton Shulman, 
formerly of Toronto, vrrotc in The 
Evening Standard: 

“I went along expecting to see a 
I more mature, more experienced and 
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, marriage In St. John's Church. Mr. and Mrs. Brain honey- 
I mooned on the Mainland and now scslde In the Savoy 
I Mansions. The bride Is the former Dorothy A. Toseland, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Toseland, Rlchmcmd Road, 
formerly of Winnipeg, and the groom Is the eldest son of Mr. 
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The Evening Neas rolled “So 
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exasperating fllma the Rank organ!- 
atlon has made. The Dally Express 
termed It a “flve-ftnger exercise'* for 
an actress. 'The Glasgow Herald said 
It would make a name for no one. 

Miss Simmons apparently took 
these criticisms seriously. She Is 
said to have telephoned Basil Dear- 
den, director of “The Blue Lamp." 
a recent British hit ai. the box offlee. 
Dearden provided the script for a 
film tentatively entitled "Cage of 
Gold," now In production. 

*nTii* t* ie\r me “ Jean tnM re. 



etched In aquare design with giUpure 
lace, fitted bodice and long pototed 
sleeves featuring tiers of matchtog 
lace. The bonnet-style head- j 
dress, worn by her mother on her i 
wedding day, trimmed with Illy of ' 
the valley, held her filmy veil of j 
Illusion net edged with Chantilly j 
lace. A triple strand of pearls, the | 
gift of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and 
Mrs. B. C. Scrivener of WlmUpeg. | 
was her only Jewelry. A bouquet of 
Rapture roses, pink camailuns and ' 
sweet peas with swalnsona, com- 1 
pleted her eruemble. j 

BRIDAL ATTENDANTS | 

The attendants were Mra. Marlon 
Armstrong, matron of honor, wear- 



groom's brothers. Mr. Grant and 
Mr. Donald MacKinnon. 

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England Inn. where the bride s 
mother wearing a powder blue en- 
semble with grey accessories and a 
corsage of roses and stephanotU, 
and Mrs. MacKinnon gowned In 
grey with pink accessories, and cor- 
sage of pink camatjona and 
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model Bendea a wide rear aemt. front aeai haa been made broad enough to take three peopla Angular 
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drilled In the Rolling HUla area of 
Bouthera AlberU, by the Southern 
Alberta OU * Oaa Company. 



tion Anoctati47n. gave a graphle | 
comparlaon yeewriJay at 8i Andrewa, ; 
N B . In an addre* to the CQA.*i 
Maritime regional mpetlng He aaid 
~The operation of the raoior car 
Indualry la fretjuently died aa the 
best eiample of ma»-producUoo 
efficiency and the building Industry t 
aa being eomewherc near the other 
extreme \ 

CrSTOM M’lLDlNO 
‘*Por It la erldent that the general j 
public la not prepared to pure has* | 
a bouM If hundreds of their neigh- 
bors have an identical model. 
Housaa, therefore, ar* to varying 
I degree* 'cuatom-bullt ' 

“NotwHhatandlng this fact, 
approximately on* dwelling unit 
was completed In Canada last yaar 
I for every three automobWea. In 
I addition, these new house* and 
1 apartment* repreient a larger por- 
I Uoo of our national economy with 
regard to capital Inveatment. pay- 
roll* and employment 
"It la further •■timaied that hous- 
ing unlU were being completed last 
I year during working hour* at the 
' rat* of one every *U minute* while 
1 th* Ford Motor Company, for In- 
i stano*. was producing automebila* 
at the rat* of on* every flv* min- 
ute*.” 



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Wll* ¥^1 Ol I\ I .yc. O. NlCRLl , acqulrad anothM 87.800 acr*. of — — 

Flip-Flop Shows Danger First Time 

g% I a _ *cria of Grown ttaervatlon lands 1 Central Alb*rla. about 16 ^ _ - 1 Providing 1 

III I W8Q#linrr *11 r IweregrantMl to eompame* operating of Hudoon*# Bay* 17- o' ‘Jo'T P 

\ji 1 . I CIIIIIImI ^ I I in Alberta. Largeat apread. cover- township block of Crown land*, and OllltC iTldlvIl iilmulate 1 

* Ing almost JOO.OOO acre* was token -.4 n vaBt-xmrthWMt of income g 

By LBbLU C.OI LD 1 pomu The blue chip* featured dot for th* Mam of Federated Ednumlon, Shell OU Company hold* Ntw YORK. June 24 f4>und new 

li the turn around, along with aorne Petroleuma Limited and BrtUah ^ound 300.000 acre* of Crown landi . ijownturn in the price of major re^ch. 

l«MrnAii4m* iN«a nervic# i the merchandlalni. tobacco and Am«Mic*n Oil Company. Isaued between the Edaon and Carrol non-ferrous metals iince mid-March — __ 
Financial Editor . Cenue Valley creek blocks and south of the latter. c*ni* Ute last week when lead feU ^ 

NEW YORK. June 24 'INfi..- The following Ublc ahowa the Petroleum* Umlted and Dual Dome ! near COMPLETION a half-cent a pound under preaaurc |P ... 

stock market hBA made a ttvl of It* ^ the net Petroleum* Umlled. whoUy owned I _ ‘ , *ik- , n ,», , *»* Ikcllll 

recent Iowa and held. It did ihu m phange from last Friday of the Dow subaldlarie* of Federated, the tract ' I™ h ^ Copper and tine held unchanged 



By C. O. MCKLE 
ripeelal to Tb* rotonletl 



7^^ ^ ^ '7 B»0 **-00 

Alberta OU A Oai Company. . 

Apparently aomethlng Hke »hla 

of house and apartment buUd- 

Iwlofolc I /klA'At* “‘i ^ oomlnu# for a while y*l. 

LAJttUI Mr. Drummond further stated: 

*A hug* backlog of daroand for 

I?AM l7a»«of ' bousing remain*, and rAentamend- 

r or r irsi l inic ment* to th* National Housing Act 

‘ providing for a reduction in th* Use 



O • IkM 1 oT down payments should serve to 

^inCP If ldt*Cl1 Iilmulate housing Investment In an 

a* v previously 

NEW YORK. June 24 The np, bouMng beyond lUflnan- 



By LEBLU <*OI LD 
Intemaltonal News Bervtr* 
Financial Editor 



NEAR COMPLETION 
Tliree of four Alberta welts that 



tme late last week when lead feu ^ ^ 

half-cent a pound under pressure 

I Uip-hesvy suppUei iUlIlS rrOVlClC 



Copper and tine held unchanged 



a ten-point drop In a six-day per:o4j. jpjjp, ,(op^_ b^nd and commodity and expenditure* on it will be shared and atrong. with both meuU virtu- O^^^a* .1 

and in the succeeding four trading future* Indleet: equaUy by Federated and B -A. ll|o‘‘ ^ ^***^‘ I drlldl llCiP 

days regained 6»v polnU of this loss. indHiTRIAL 8TOCKB ^ to »«.ied In the Nordegg River area | m “’** demand still far from saliafled | 

- - — - — • — — of West CMitrel Alberta, about 120 , ^ The reducUon for lead to 114 m I'k A 

mile* northwest of Calgary, and u * pound. New York, had been I I l|•Yr ATP^S 

adjoined on th* immediate east by*®“toig through th* productive snne foresliadowed for some Urn*, even A U A-F| Y 



days regained 64 points of thi* loss. 

This It s big flip-flop snd It shows j 
the dsngers and dimculiles of trad- I 
Ing It la part of th* price th* 
••curlty buyer and seller must psy 
for thu alleged protection of Fed* 
era! regulation. 

In a market such ax this It to 
4limrult to get m or out. aspecially 
tf the individual or a trust wanU 
to sell or buy any large block ol 
stock. 

Even on sales ot 100 nr 200 shares, 
thriT will be a swing of a half point 
or more in a leader like Chrysler 
Fbf example, iher* was a trade In 
Chrysler at 804 for 100 slmree. snd 
ihe very next sale ul 100 shares wa* 
at 80'.- Tlua wax on the dsv alter 
Uv» company voted * surprise in- 
crease in Ihe dividend. 

EVEN BlfiriER 

Every day a person csii go down 
rh* Hat snd find thi* perlormanc* 
dupUrated by m'»t of the leader* - 
the storks In which there la a big 
public Intcrsat As for thoee In th* 



INDI'bTRIAL 8TOCKB 



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Change 


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31899 


234.35 


up 184 




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4395 


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HUME^ RUMBLE 



WeSTEWN CANADAS LEADING ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 



44 87 MM Off 0 10 ^ approximate SOO.OOO-scre Crown lower obJecUve*. though tales eooUnued moderstely PINNIPED June 24 - Rslna 

I’xff t-rw «Tr\rv> re#er>sUon held by Rio Bravo OU Two wildcau north of Woodbend. good. The market hat been Increa*- groawr part ol Manitoba 

AM Company PreUminary getJluglcal In Central Alberta, dlacovered oU in , mgly burdened with metal ahlppMl . ^{^^n part ot Saakat- 

42 M 42S5 up 0.60 ^ earrled out 4in the 1 the Lower Cretoccou*. while one of here by producers abroad. In addi- bar* resulted In a fairly 

44 BONDB Federated-B A. block thin Bummer, those also indicated that it would be non. th* United Bute* Oovernmem -udoIv of molsUir*. In tli* 

100 80 100.80 off 0 08 »,th aeiemograph aurvey likely to oU productive In the D3 aone of araa reported not planning to buy p„i of Btsksicheiean and 

HMODITY FI TLRF.S commence this Fall Devonian. lead for the strategic atockpUe diir- ,nd Central Alberta, how- 

14438 14883 up Ul Hudaonli Bay OU A Oaa Company I North Woodbend No. 1. a Joint Ing the new fiscal year aurtlng ^ ^ urgently rvduiiwd to 

I veniura of Anglo-Canadian OU July L prevent sever* etiototWn of th* 

I I* i't 1 r !¥/ I Company. Home OU Company, the I The lead price ieiback Friday wa* , ,h* r***- 

klfCOtlilC Al I AtHc Hi VI nnn calgaiy St Edmonton Corporstlon ' the first alnce March 14 when the I Copper menace which U now threat- 
llloCtlHld Ui V^Ul 119 Ut 11 I and Imperial OU Limited, logged oil metal wu marked down a half-cent I lo (be weekly crop 

- - 1 In the Lower Cretaceous, was carried to 104. Five fractional advances I ,.^1^ of ib^ I>,pBrtment of Agri- 

PiirtUeael f e* Pi s I sxm 1 1 1 C? I down to th* Devonian, and topped ' subsequently brought th* quoutlon culture. Canadian NaUonal Rall- 

S IjClIlw 1 ilollCil lU 1 IIIIIIIIIII 9 I that son* at an elevation favorable to 12 cento by May 11 . vaya. 

P 1 for nroduction. During drilUtem Restoration of the two-eento-a- ' n.i* to drvine Duturea U D ex- 



FOR SA 



commence this Fall- 
HudaonlB Bay OU At Oaa Company 



Thousands of Cords of Wood 
Now Being Pushed to Pnlpmiils 



for production. During drilUtem 



ways. 

Due to drying paalure* U la ex- 



<g>._.With the aitnuai Bt Maurice U will end up a* newsprint, facial (eats In the upper portion of D3 . pound Import duty on copper next peered many farmers will market 

Valley log drive at its height, you ' tiaauea. and thousands of other North Woodbend No. 1 showed slae- Baiurday became almost certain Knoe of their stock to consenr* feed 

can aee enough pulpwood to make paper products. > able natural gaa flow. wiUi some when the ways and means com- ! {or dairy cattls untoM heavy rains 

8,000.000 copies of your dally newa , of the logs, part of a harvest < napiha contenL The well Is cur- mlttee of the Rou.<«e of Repreaenta- recelred In the verv near future, 

paper go down river here any day ssaw.OOO, were cut last Winter | rently at 6.290 feet, believed Just In Uvea last week let July 10 a* the ' tn the Okanagan Valley weather 
now. < on the Jwes Bay watershed, trana- 1 or near the gas-oil Interface. It | esritest date for hearlngx. «[ during the past week has been 

River-drtveri at Carpe Rouge 250 ' ported over the height of land by 1 was scheduled to run a drilUtem « The present law auapendmg th* , varm The flral good rain occurred 

mile* upMream from th* world * ' snoa-iruck train and dumped on to»t at time of writing That well duty expires June 30. Foreign cop- last Thuraday night. B C. Tree 

nftMr-mxkinc ooitoi at Three Rlv- ' th* Ice. ' likely complete as a Devonian , per arriving after that date will | Fruits have completed a survey and 



puoiu: inicjw*v. rtm ... pjppf.ijjjmjjg capital at Three Rlv- th* Ice. ' *i»viy compiei* as a uevoman , pw arnvmg alter inai asie wiii | milts nave compimco a aurvey ana 

leas activ* category, th* changes pu*hlng 2.000 cords of wood The aea*on wa* a month late thU producer, with th* lyiwer Cretaceous cost buyers 244 cents a pound, a*- »et Uie loss to the Industry due to 

between sales are even greater- ^ toward th* mllU of the talley 1 year and the Ice went out only a ' being Upped by a Uier well. U U turning the piexeni base price of the severity of the past Winter, at 
W'roeame* two or three polni*. , _ week* ago. When It did. bun- located about a mile north of | 224 cento holds | mor* than 88.400.000. 

ThU to becauae the markets »re > e’ ** 1 deeds of men up and down the eal- previous Devonian oil producUoa. [ ‘ 

thin. That U, a smaller amount of f{pt}4frt t , Heard ley went Into action. ANOTHER WELL ^ • rT> 1 

Block either on the oflrred or buy * r* • fi - I Many of them work with cant- About 24 mllea northeast of the f I/rf/'flfl M t*nfiP 



stock either on the offered or buy rs • ri < I Many of them work with cant- About 24 mllea northeast of the 

Bide la available There are only || |/^ t\PStt(H i'OSt J hook and pike-pbie. much aa did Angk>-Hom* • C. A I - Imperial 

a handful of old floor trader* left ,,.^^--.^0 1...... -it n tk« Iheir anceatora 100 year* ago when venture, another Lower Cretoceouf 

J «K.. a».w,.k WvrhBrtM The VANCOUVBR. JUne 34 ts. — 1 ne ^ n 



around the Stock Exchange 



early French setUtra beian to diive oil discovery. Paciflc-Britlsh Domln- 



same for the outside trader* TlictJ. tod»v that B F Heard small rivers falling Into ion Woodbend No. I. 1* running 

dealings by large stockholder* and AihL*. «.i m«n »nd > lemd- *2'*‘ Lawrence near raontreal, production string of casing for corn- 

company otflclals hive *11 but dried ^ Aih*rt- mi «M«*ton. But today's log drivers also have ptetion In that hortoon. Th* well. 



West-Iron Curtain Trade 
Reduced by Cold War 



UP. due to the high taxes and 8.E.C. ^ 

restrictions. > president of Royallte Oil Com 

FAR BETWTF.N piUjy 

Another reason la that the Stock Thr Sun mays It U undcrstoo< 



_ ' «.! -nH . ' the 8t. Lawrence near raontreal, production string of casing for com- *■' 

Ml d!vei^ But today* log drivers also have pjeuon In that hortoon. Th* wall, ooncerned. th* primary problem Communlil countn*. are con- 

m»nv tpmjt has rraimed buildoaer bosu, ipecial log *lulcB* which assured oil In the Cretacwous. 1« restore th* normal flow of goods ' centratlng on developmsni ^ 

as president M R^lte Oil Pulpwood can by-psM poweV u owned by Paclflr Petroleums, New from Ihe Communist countries to | u^toa^bSk 

M preaiornt or «oyaii w machine* that aort out Brltuh Dominion OU Company. Cal- the Weal. Th*t Is the main reason 1 **’l!** 'orraerly made up th* bulk 

Thr Sun .ays It U understood U»gs ownsd by the different com- vmn I4iro2eu^ Toyr ^leujn*, f« the recent Moscow visit | U N ex- 



FxXn7 p^Ttoluto do nM have official annouiiMnem wlU not be P«il... .Imperial Oil Llmlfed. and a private ounnar Myntol. executive -^retary [ 

.11 nr Mw. rmir..r .or made until the Rovahte meeUng About 300 men. employNl by the Calgary group Another weU la being of the Economic Commluilon for 



e.iher Ihe caplUl or Oie courage -or made until the Royahte meeUng adoui sod men. empwyMi oy uaigary group anmner weu la oein* or ine 

i.ek both! to make narrow close July 5 and that C U. Daniels, prtol- Si. Maurice River Boom and Driving planned by the same group, to be Europe 

A few mini do hut they dent of Albercan OU Company. wUl Company, live In four floaUng bunk drilled aa a Devonian test, probably ^ 

* hi f.n^r* nf succced him noattog kli* a quarter mUe north of the Crete- „ 

on 111. tmrr, of .ucc«a mn, ^ ho««lx.«. ,nd c~o. <U»:«vny. " ^ 



SHIFT TO IMU’bTRT 
U N. economiiu acknowledge that 



both hands. 

New B.C. Mine 

more than a little aurpTblug to see 

aueh an old hand at the buflneaa as 1 1 

Harry McDonald. 8KC . KrOfllirPS 1*0111 

and a former Investment banker 1 llMIUiC9 VFUIU 



of any common and agreed ap- 
proach to the problen. of Eastern 
and Western Europe.” 

The Communist countries, lor 1^ 



kitchen, are tW to motor launches Another Crotral Albert. wUdekt 1 ‘"‘T’ . til 

and hauled downstream, following u being prepared for production. dlffteultla* Is the cpld , ne.oti.1* trade ^mento W the 



thi drive , That well, Imperlal-Buperior-Jneeph 

' With plenty of water, for floating. Lake No. 1-14. rated aa a two-mile 



If- import and export quotes conteioed 

Another factor advanced by UN m them are made binding for both 



saying In a speech the Oovrrnmelit 
agMicy has done "murh to malntaWi 
an orderly stock market " 



D-^xIiaaxaac^i / ^ ^ I J ; : poiMr and milp-maklng, and thou*- extension luceesv to th* Viking ff«n<»mL-.to Is tha feeling In many 
I rOdUCCS trOlfl ; Snds of aq^r* mUe. of roftwood Band Joseph Lake oU pool, but *>'h" non-Induatrlalcountriw that trite that 

Uewi, Qusbsc’s 8t. Maurice Vallsy failed to find production In th. '^7 w ? 2' T 

VANCOUVER. June 24 - A new 30 per cent of th. new*- Devonian. It U being plUggH back »• evidence of an Infwlor »el^ only to l»ulng 

gold producer haa been brought in produced tn Canada, whoto to the Viking for eompleUon from ^ 

by Noland Mines Umlted on Spruce 5.000.OOO ton* annually make her the ihai lone. The Joseph Uk* ven- LAKE BUCCE88. NY. June 34 tnot^JulfUliDent 



But more surprutn, is for him 

to glr* t^e bull side a plug, ^ng operation is mUque. ta that It 

•Th* market can be considered aa country. 

swinging in a safer area mg In Canada at thla time ^ ^ ^ « v 

the case In either 1929 or 1844. project ha* been privately digit u J\giftgy\* 

CARE FOR CAITION financed to date, by Transcontl- I.FfI» H V 



CARE FOR CAITION 'financed to date, by Transcontl- a.eti* ■* ^v 

No one not *vro an 8 EC com- rwntol Reaourcas Umlted and Aaao- ■ »i. 

misaloneT. can foretell with any ctotte. who have jolnUy provided t IttU 

accuracy or safHy what Uee ahead 8350.000 to rehablUtete the property 

for the etock market U la cur- and prepar* H to rv*ume production WINNIPEG. June 34 CP'.- 



ture la owned by Impanal Oil UFi. — Trade between Communisi- 
Umlted. Superior OU*. OroeraJ Pet- eontroned Eastern Europe and the 
rq)eums. Kray OU* and Jupiter OUa. democratic West has been hit hard 
Tba Joint British American and by th* cold war but H is bv no 
Shell wildcal at Whitelaw. in far mean* at a standstill. Actually, a 
northwest Albert*, will probebly eubetenttol vMinn* Is moving aero** 
havt string of ^«iw f aet over the the Iron Curtain In both directions 
week-end. and will then proceed to BOX BCORE 

lower depths. Whitelaw. located Here 1* the box score as compiled 



BY SEALED TENDER 
CROWN-OWNED VESSEL 
Ss. FORT WAYNE 



OM'-netMA IseM dM«vai4At mb '*Can»«isn Tve* ' Ml-terninf «mmI 
SuiJi Sr PBitte atuerara* UjaltM Msmrwl. ta a**t«aiMr. ISU, an* aegraiMl 
tiara Sr lb« MlBltiry *f Trastaart •$ (ha Untta* Xint*»» at a *-«a«»l tWraa- 
Itawinf thie" ane no« ratamM M Ctnt4a 

tessth ae. «MI; kraaeth woulAa*. SIS. 4aeUi WMlflH. II « 

O'ott Innsaa*. T >TI sat tonfitaa. 4 IN. Mad dralL M * 

Oackt. 4, anflna, raetprevatias (riais txaaetloa, I H P. S.SM. kaiMri I. 
Sraich 

Tba vaital It aa* tr>ns at Martraal and awr ka tMs kf ataaeaciMa uadarwi 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS 

OUari la pwrecatr art lavKad nikjarl ta tha tuUawint taodmart 
(a> Vaaitl nn* tvalltWa a«d «lll W eallfarad M tea tueraatfal Mndtrar a« a 
Caatdita »art la ka namad kr U>a aaUtr 
tot Tha vaM«l will ka daliatrad la tha turctatfal landtrar ‘ at It, atktTt It." 

hai cltttad by t rtraaniatd nataUHtUm Saritiy. 

«< Aar ravvodlUoBlas er aonvarum ky (ha swrehatar I* aoK lit rvdulraMaait 
(a ba attacia* la Canada. 

<4) Tha aueeaatfal Uadertr ta ear'haar all ati (ital. coat ixtitlrtUnf aiu. unuaa* 
reea and ai>broa''had aentamahla aiaraa an kaard (ha at tha (Hna at 

Salivary al (ha aiarhat arMa »ravai)lnf at tha sart af daitvary 
iti Tht raocaatful tandarar l« aparaw (ha vawvl under Ctbadias rafUtry. 

(fi eala af iba vaaaal lubjaet W aeernval by Ortfar is Cnvnail. 

•f> Tatidara atadt M» tha katU a( dttarrad paystaMi mutt kv arrawsania* k? 

avMasra aatWfartary ta ihc aclltr at tha (•ndrrtr’t flnanrtal ratpaniibUUr 
(k) sn tandrrt autt kc arcoakanled ky a aarUflad tbaxua at bank draft far 
lea af iha tendar *rt(« wada eayaNa f Cruvn Sattit Dupaasl ^rye^atton. 
and addratnad at foUoui. 

TINDER FOR S*. FORT WAYNE 
10,000-Ton 'CANADIAN TYPE" OIL-BURNINC VESSEL 
PARK STEAMSHIP COMPANY LIMITED 

OiiM tik. Mantar .alMlnf, OTTAWA. OaWrta 
and mtrbcd VnUCTLT COMFrOtHTIAU 

TENDERS WILL CLOSE AT S;00 P.M. (EASTERN DAY- 
* LIGHT SAVING TIME), JOLY 7fh, 19S0 

Vtndvrt rarvivad after eiatlr.| Urn* ranaat kt teotldarad 
Tha hlfhv«t ar anv (and** way nai raeaattriiy kv avraet'd 
rhaxBta ar bant drafta artJi ka raturnad (a (ha nnawrraaaful irndvttrt 
runbar sarueulsrt may ba had ky aepifin* (a 

PARK STEAMSHIP COMPANY LIMITED 

(AvtMf ai Ayvnta tar Cra*n Avtviv piaavtl ramaratlan* 

Baam VTt. Haatav aalldtay. 04(t*t. Onlarla 



Speetfy ^WAiie Horse" 

SootcH Whisicy 



f^ ths *10.11 market U I* cur- and prepara H to resume production WINNIPEG. June 34 CP' -Gala lorateo ^ the box *cofe at compiled 

rantiv on. of those week-to-week Transrominental Rraourre* holds a snd hsrMT prices for deferred •bmii 35 ^le^ west of by United Nstlon* economuts 

nv^iods that call lor eatirian and 39 per cent equity wtOi a group of months todsy ahowed s firm trend 1 1 Export* from Western Europe 

liOectlem m making *nv purch**.^ mliUng comparue* and indlridu*!* on th* Winnipeg Grain F*<-han*e ^7 TrUAslc forrMUon about two Europe mcreneed bv 

Tn fact whU# the market give* all financini the balaoce. m*rklng up *om* gam* <m »m*U /v Tt. k • !!!?. •kmit 8200 000 non tn 1849. but th**' 

Ihe aofiearancek of haring * boom The property was examined by rommereial demand and light of- ^ «ttn ara about twn-thirdt M the 

months, thU depend, on C. B. E Stewart fur Trans, on lerinr. " *'1"^ « ‘III.,? 1938 level, 

what slock* you hold For some. Unental Rerources and as a re*uU Hedging sale* appeared in JuJv Imperiris Noymandrill* dlsrovery. gurooe* eroorts to 

U has been a bear m-rkft. iiurh as m s deal wa« made with the owner. o.u snd barter, giving them an gbout 3« miles to the toutheast. fj^^ope s^ about 40 per 

i.ihAert*. motion piriiire*, railroad John W NoUnd, The agraemem In- nder tone Hf.HTFFN COMFLFTFD of the prawsr volume 

purchaste of the Rvy rallied after early Jr**#*, scor- . e^hteen well* rompleted tn g United Blalro exports to E«i- 

The stork market after a aeak original Noland holdings for a total mg taln.v on some American de- Alberta during th* past week, booat- rrn Europe had dropped by the end 

frtart thi* werif. lumed around of 8350.000 payable tn yearly In- uiand tng total completlun* to rJ3 since I „{ 1940 to atrot one-thlrd of the 

•hortJy after noon Tueeday. when rtallmcnU A cash p*vmem ^ Trading on the whole wa* dull beginning of this year. The rgM Mvei 

It mad# ih* to* «*f ten potnU off made in JiUy. 1^. ot 8«3,000. The cia*s two wheat, for export to | compteUon ILvt now stands *t 380 Aa far a* Intra-Eurooean trsde Is 



twn-thlrds of the 



2 Eastern Europe s exports to 
Western Europe stood about 40 per 
cent of the prewar volume 
1 United Btale* exports to East- 



-4% NANAIMO • 4 AO 
-tea COMOX . 8 SO 
-tes T08IN0 • 20 70 

far m 

ar<e>r»< U »»» ebonr 

CSC TRANSFORTA- 
TION CO <XA) 

VaiMrr SB>I 

CAFITOL TRAVtl 
AOINCY 

iMf— (iVI 



tn ate days. Thl» cwrrisd baUora of tnateUnruU are optional th,„ the United Kingdom ©u u ^ ^^d 80 falJura* 

throuih to the sarly P*rt Trt- with tha ne« p*ym«t of W unchsngwl at 82 88. ThU week brought 14 oil producers 

day. when the market turned qi^ du* Auguaf. ^ , ; one gsa irall. and three wildcat 

•nd ellghUy aasler at the clos*. On spread over a period axtendlng to finW .SiififFi fallunm. 

Oie week the induririal .l ma tw ' accounted for II of the 

age* *r» up slllh^ mof* than 1 v . Th# property cover* and eld T*r- , ^ *ibvtiw see *mmw (Fanfir week's oU walla, nln* of whtah war* 

tlary river bed. A 80 to 80-fL thick- •upd.rd'^.). ji Vteieri^^ fer (h« 

, naa.ofTWttarygravatoraM*oolh* — . - . 

¥? ___ tjf -..W •••• w th* Dom* BeptoraUon- 



Aa far as tntrs-European trade Is 



Ftfvir Markl^t 1®^ sunac*. Th*te gravels 7,;; 

tecaped «rostoo durtiM th# Ica Ag* " — 
..i. •** covered by a 190 

as to 900-ft depth of barren or tow 
2I!J! -A” Midiore’‘“IIIIII~' 41 g»»de gUclal grarola. A heavy en- 
Jtm ...11^. II oratratkm of gold occtna tn the 

•* v“"“ 5, ta,. .i u. »ctant 

' rtv« channel The pay streak li m 

«rJr-A- Lane ^-61 ^ *to# and Is high grade 

-A- Medium 48-11 The gold Is eoarsc and "shifa" 

Orade "A” FuUeU. A9-.48 weighing J 10 18 on. are quite oom- 

rkra^ B3 . ngm. 



iS^TTete^rif l^Maholds group. 

It » 4;is s li At Ladtr. th* Waahiagton Slate 

!■ ZZ i t* a I* Ihtond ttnplra Ragion group, l^doe 

n IZ « D ■ IS BG JA tyndleate team 

p . 4 1 * pi ' placed Its southaasl Ladue extaneton 

M ~ «'it • M oU Sl i ce ss* 00 steady produetton, 

as ^ tli iw *hila Imperial oU eomrdeted an- 



•toaped «roalOD during th* Ica Ago ; 1 _ « u iss is « u 
I and were In turn covered ky a 190 j 2 3 11! }• tZ s Q 

41 to 900-ft depth of barren or tow J — 4 ij i te m !Z t H 

.41 grade glacla] grarola. A heavy con- • 4.|| ! IT si ^ « !# 

jl cratrattoD of gold occur* tn the { « ]| S ZI 4 u 

Jl.layte of graval along the anctent f Z: *n • «> m — «ii 

river channel The pay streak la IM , n; « li an as ns 
>• »n ano arV*A ftrwl M hl»h nWiM . 1| 4 II I If |1 ^ I If 



• It • te other field weU. Tha ether oil pro- 
4-M s T* dwwr wea drilled by tanparial Oil 
iJl I Ltoilted tn ib* Exoalstnr field. 



Sinep 1746 Warn Home 
kan aoafcJlT ekaaam emd 
bWs4o4 fslly-asataTod 
whiJrim tn fha ywa ■ ^ 

ft«M9uh nf MtakU \ 
m p m ut tkij , ] 

ewtf MtewvA kiwiM m 



SCOTCH WHISKY 



Thi* a^jvqruaemqnt i* not pubHahtd or ditplAjtd by ibe 
I Control Boned or hj tlin CoMrminniU id Bfitinh CoiiupUinta 



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CIMINr 

lUILDING SLOCKS 
CONCRETE IRICKS 



The uniform* of the Teomen of 
the OuATtl. the ''Beefeatcti.'* «ere 
dreiffneU el the order of Henr> VIII 



•csriAL • 



meeting on the field of the eloUi 
of gold 



3 70T' JOHNSON ST. KventtigA S 59M 

Accurate plant eatUv foUowod by the week-end 
builder and contractor alike. 

pjcare feel free to di^cusi vour future home Mlth u« — 

Nu obliKAtion. 



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as 71 ea to 

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a.ais 34 at 

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Pa<^e 16 — Local 

(£he ScitlH (Eolmrtst 



Vktofi*. He . ^ U. 



( JVI lo Boosl Isaiild Coverage 
Wilh Tniii-Tower Transiiiiller 



Two-Day Show Ends 

« 

More Thau ^00 Entries 
Counted in Floiver Shoiv 



By ARNie 3IVER8 . 

Victoria'a loudeat radio volca wlU I 
boom out even mora toclferaualy 
Saturday alien CJVI aiiglneeri flip 
the aaltcli Uiat puta iheir new twin- | 
•tower Iraruimltter on Uit air for j 
the firal time. ^ 

Tlie awltcho\er, at 6 p m., wUl be 
followed by a aerie* of apeclal pro- j 
grama and dedicatory oeremonlea. j 
Olflcutlng wlU be Premier Byron | 
Jcdmiwjn, Fisheries Minister Robert [ 
Mayhew, Bishop Harold Seaton and j 
Maj -am. O. R. Pearke*. 

T he ner^ tranan.ltier will mean 
major change* in CJVI s program • 
rKdlcy, with a number of new and 
- 4 iitejiable shows already echedulej^. 

AIMSIi AT ni NCAN 
One apeclal ahow will be aimed 
at UuiK«n. whlcli'-along with Na- 1 
radyammi and other Up- 1 
Island cen»re*— will be pulled Into 
CJVT* territory. The new trans- j 
milter, o|)cr*tlhg from an ideal aite, . 
••ill more than double the aulion’a i 
1 ooO-watt signal over moat of the , 
Island. I 

A few facta about tha new tet- 



Tha towel* and franamlttlnf 
shipment hae* eoet lha itatkm a 
•onl |75.n00. 

Burled tn wheel -apoke pattema | 
•found tha towara ara ik mllea of | 
heary copper grounding wlrt. I 

C1.1ANINO C08TIT | 

Cleaning up tha 40-acre alt* eoaf| 
•3.800. Thla Included the planting 
of atands of alfalfa and rya to hold 
down the aoil, 

Tlie aieel towera are 373 feet high, 
iwo feet aquara and weigh about 
fire tuna each. Yet each re«U on a 
hearing no larger than a Mandarin ^ 
bearing no larger than a mandarin , 
oranse. 

tllkRTr.R UAV HR*MA 
Helen Hajes will alar as a 0.1. 
Widow who discovert the human 
bonds between her home town anti 



—THIS WEEK S RADIO 

few pardonable flrst->iigbt fluffs, the 
ihow had a aurp^lalngly professional ' 
polish. , 

Cl'RTIB 18 iPARRPLl'O 
Big man behind the BpotUght Is 
l7-year>ol(| Hugh Curtis, who 
doubles capably as producer and 
MC. Hla right-hand man la Stan 
Peters, 18-year-old announcer. 

The program, signed for a 11- 
week aeries, will spotlight about 80 
young rntertaluera drawn from 
Greater Victoria and, possibly. Up- 
Island schools. Weekly winners adll 
compete at the end of the season 
for a 4100 prUe. 

As an Indication of tha wealth of 
upcoming talent burled in Victoria, 
(Spotlight is well worth hearing. You 
can catch It Thursdays at 8.30 an 
CJVI. 

RAIJIO HERE TO 8TAT 
I Commercial radio, beginning to 
I wilt undac. the heat of televtalon 
competition, gut a hearty vote of 
; confidence last week from ihe Amer- 
I lean Broadcasting Company. 

In the week's biggest deal. ABi. 

I signed Don < Breakfast Club) Mc- 
I Nelil to a S0-ye*r contract — ‘the 
I longest continuing agreement ever 
' signed with a nwlio personality.'* 
Network apokesmen said tha dtal 
was proof of their faith In th« futura 
of radio as an entertaining med- 
• turn. 

I ANNIVBR8AJIT 

I kfcNettl Friday eelebrated the end 
j of 17 yeara as toastmaster- af the 
^ popular morning ahow. confidently 
looked forward to ’'reaching the 
fourth and fifth generallona of 
Breakfast Clubbers In 1970.” 
Meanahlle. fountain pens weir 
biuy In Other radio circles. 

TWO old-time favorites were awept 
!up In an NBC. talent coup. Na- 
I tional bound singer Kale Smith and 



troduca young American compoaen. 
arrauigera and conductors on the 
new A3.C. serica. “Paul Whiteman 
Preaenta,'* which debuts at 7:30 p.m. 
Tuesday. 

Whiteman's first guest will be his 
own chief arranger, Olen Osser. Be- 



More than 100 entrtaa were 
counted tn tha Victoria Hortlml- ' 
tural Bucleiy'a annual Bummer 
Show during Uia t«o-day exhibit. 
Friday and Saturday. 

The Rose Borlety. an affiliate of 
the Horticultural Society, also took 
part. All ealilblta were auctioned 
^ off last night after the show closed. 

Among prise wlnnera were: 
j Dr. Oartn dhtaholm, who was 
awarded tha Eddie's Nurserlas 
Trophy fon a hybrid tearoae Intro- 
duced since 1943, and the Ihyrltx 
Nursery Trophy for a spray of poly- 
antha-type. new since 1943. went to 
Miss ClcUy B. Watts. 

The D. J. Anglia cup was awarded 
to the Udie HtU Wi. for a 13-foot 
display of hardy material 

TAKES AGGREGATE PRIZE 
Tha J. Nayamltb Cup and the 
B-K MllUng Aggregate Frlaa were 
taken by Mrs. A MacKsy, with 
Wesley Cowell missing the award 
by one point, followed by Tom 
Harper. 

C. R. Clartc awept the board of 
prize* for begonias In the elasse* of 
tha Victoria Begonia Society, while 
Fred Tajlor received a second prtse 
for hla three-Uered. nine-foot dis- 
play of outside-grown cut flowers. 

OTHER PRIZE WINNERS 
Mrs. A. MacKay. four firsts, four 



seconds, fer a total of 30 polnu; * 
Waaley CoaTlI. fha firsts, two 
seconds, for 19 points: Tom Harper, 
nva flmtj. one second, for 17 points; 
W. Barclay, two HrsU. five aeconds. 
for 16; A. Perrey. four firsts, two 
seennds, for 16. 

C. R. Clarke, 16 potnU; George 
Nunn. 14; Dr. Q. Chlshohn. 13; M™ 
B. M. Willoughby. 8: P M. lUyner. 
II: Mrs K Carpenter, 9; Mbs C, B 
Watts, 9. F. B. Carbenry, 8; B M 
Willoughby. 8; BnK-e Bomen. 8; R. 
8. Bevan, 7: Mrs. Y. R. Rhodca. 7; 
Mrs. 8. L. McMullen. 6; Mrs. E. Mc- 
Cabe. 6: Mrs. J. Porte?? 8. 

Mra. O. Walker. 8. Mrs. O. A. 
Winter. 6: Mrs. M. Gosnell. 4; B, 
Ismg, 4: Roger Porter tJunlor 

Class). 8: Mrs. W. ,W. Bennett. 2; 
W, B. Christopher, 3; Mrs. K. L. 

' Espley. 3; Mrs. R. H Hancox. 2: 
Dave Nlcol. 2: Mrs. L. H. McQueen. 
2: J. A. Robinson. 1. and Patricia 
‘Walker tjunlor Claasi. 1, 

I LONDON <P).— Anmveriarie# In 
' KenslngtT'n may become expensive 
I affairs- The council here has asked 
j residents to buy a tree- price C3 
' <M30i to £4— to merit snecial fam- 
ily occasions - % blrUittay anniver- 
sary or the arrival of a new baby 
, —and »o brighten up the borough. 



Interruption 

tj.xosfnratex 

Telei'ieirerx 

I R R Kitrhlng, leleilsion terhnl- 
'clan, reported that' Friday night he 
was swamped with telephone calls 
I from owners of televuinn aet.s In 
: Victoria and nearby distrlcU 

The oa ners were complaining that 
thay were enjoying their favorite 
program, when In came KNBH-TV 
I Lo* Angeles. The new artivaJ came 
tn about 8 pm., and at 8:4.1 pm. the 
program was atlll coming In, al- 
though blurred at times. | 

Tha Lot Angeles station appeared 
on channel five Inlerrupllng KINO- 
'TV Seattle. The Victort* owner* also 
/complained that still another station 
was “getting Into the act." 

I Mr. Kitching explained jlhat the 
. IntemipUona w as probably caused 
by tha weather. 

RAMSEY. Isle Of Man. England 
<CF.— A aeagull with a fish and a 
I hook and line attached to it flew 
I over Ramsey. A passerby grabbed 
at the line and freed the bird But 
• the flsh stayed with the aeagull 



PLASTERING AND STUCCO 
WORK OF ALL KINDS 

. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION — LARGE OR SMALL 
Pre* Eatimatra 

ISLAND PLASTERING CO. LTD. 

E0I42 565 McKenzie AVE. 



PAUL WHITEMAN 

for* the war. Osser did arrangements 
fer fueh ercheatraa as Bob Oroibj's 
and Bunny Berigtn'a ^ 

Ha has slnca arrangad musle far 
Fred Allen's radio shows and fer i 
Vic Damone'a^wcordlnga. 

9 9 9 

LIFE IN CROCC8 
W. O. Mitchell, fiction adHor of - 
Macleans Magazine, has adapted for i 
radio a series of hla short stories , 
hs“ rur.. in M-:- - - 

lean's for the past ten years. | 
Action of tnr atones la tet in Cro- ' 
cus, an uTiremarkable community tn 
Souiliem Saskatchewan. They deal 
with simple folk whose “sense of 
humor la “as dry as the soil and as 
unexpected as the roaes that tumble 
along the ditcher ' 

The stories will be aired on C B C 
trana-Canada under the title. "Jake ‘ 
Aivd the Kid " First In tlie aenea la 
slated for 10:30 pm. 'Tuesday. I 



Tides at Victoria 

JIINB 

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>H M Pi II M Pi H M._ 

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a a 13 ae .. 

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17 0 18 as 10 la 1 030 M 

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NAME ANYTHING FOR THE HOME 

and WE HAVE IT 



NEW HEADQUARTERS 
FOR TIMKEN OIL HEAT 



HELEN HAYE3 

<he real of the vrorld In Robert 
Onedella'a iwdlo dramsk “For Ua 
the Living" 

Tlie show, marking United Na- 
• iniui Charter Day. will be lieard at 
10 30 p.m. Wednesday, on C.BB. 

« • • 

YOt Til HAS ITS ELING 
Virtuna'a Drat ail-teen-age allow, 
SpoiliBht on Youlh, debuted Thurs- 
day night with a hall-hour pre^en- 
•aiK»n over CJVI from the Royal 
nieaire stagr. ^ 

8i«ntught la a airlctly-for-teena 
aoiuirur show, designed to bring Ul- 
«*n<rd jiiungsien Into the public 
eyr. It U scripted, prviduced and an- 
;w>unced by teen-agers; the only 
•dulls connected with Uie ahow are 
Jie CJyi englneera. 

Fur miwt of the youngsteri. U 
was the first time they'd con- 
fronted that thing called the Orest 
Unseen Audience, But apart from a 



I KA'TE SMITH 

, comic Ransom Sherman to exeluxlve 
five-year television contracu. I 

N3-C. will begin televising an , 
hour-long Kale Smith Show flvei 
times a week next Autumn. | 

Sherman, beat known for hla mad- 
I cap Club MaUnee, wtU star as a 
^ Bummer replacement for the Kukla, 
Fran and Ollle ahow. 

NOT ON WEST COAST 
Neither of the two new shows will 
be available to West Coast video ‘ 
fans 

NBC. last week also welcomed 
bark John Wald, the Richfield Re - 1 
porter. The 19-year old newscast left . 
National two veara ago. Bob Hope, 

I penny Singleton, Gregg Mitchell, 

I and Lucille Nonnan will be heard 
, In a special “liomrcommg * broad- 
cast at 9:30 tonight. 

In other contract deals announced 
last week. Amrriran signed Chico 
Marx for a television show, and pur- 
chased exclusive rights lo Inner 
Sanctum, top-ranking radio thriller. 

• • • 

NEW WHITEMAN NllOW 
Paul Whiteman, the “dean of 
I modem American music." wlU In- 



33 aa 

31 H ' 
33 88 ( 

_ Mat: 

ia . 3 38 St - t33 31 37 

3* , 8 33 13' I 3144111. 

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38. 7M 0,3' I .33 41 10.4 I 

33 3 33 00' 18’43 8 3 30 03 fl . 

SO J II1_0S> a-IO OOIt 13 8331 oa_88 

T)i« tiBO UMd U PMine SUnSard far ' 
lha 130th N(«r>dian «aat- 77tt n«ut«a far i 
h»l«ht aarr« t4i dliiinialth hloh aattr frevi > 
low •aur. Wh«r* Olanki •eevr in tha , 
taviai. tha Pda rltaa or falta renllnueualr > 
durlnt Intarvanlnt tlmta bat«»an DIV tilth 
•nd In* vatara aa iitan 0 0 laai mutl 
ba Nbatrattad froia iht balahU la thcM 
laklaa to conlerm *>tli tha datuia ol 
aoundlDsa m tha ebam of Uta locality. i 

LONDON 4CF.— Brltlah children j 
recently were asked to let their pet i 
rabblu run In the garden, let caged ; 
birds fly In the house, and make , 
aquaria for their goldfish. Reason; 

It was animal welfare week. 



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ADpealmrlv on the bank ol a brood river, thu aUme houae in the Colonial manner aianda out 

aa a aplendld example of pf«rnl day liome bmldmf Mr. and Mra. W 8 Pullerlon commUaloned an 
Architect to draw up plana for them, and they have every reaaon to be proud of the wault. The room 
layout U particularly happy aa It provide* every room. Including the Itltchen. with a fine view of the 
water Look at the huge windowt overtookmg the rear Flew in the living-room, dining-room and atudy 
A vialtor la Immediately imprMued by the gtacu^a^ne« of the entrance hall. It reflecta the unusual 
degree of good taste displayed throughout the houre 



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color schemes, nch materials and 
elegarrt •ccessonea . . . fitted for. 
formal living, maid ‘■er\Uv and per- 
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to John's slippers, informal enler- 
Utining or com-p<)ppmg. 

lOR.MAL i.ttivr; 

111 simply a case of thrtr house 
not fitting their perumalttles . . . 
it's pAtheUcally wrong for their 
tasiea and architecturally wrong for 
their way of living. John and Marv 
would have been far better off with 
Jolly colors, Uv'mble rumliure ar- 
TbnfefhFntjr. ggy acrev^ortes and 
rooms Informally combined. How 
much better Xlarv arould feel with a 
peasant decorated dining alcove 



No one ever thinks of bu> mg a drea> 
or suit that doesns fit . yet count- 
less Canadians each year make Uie 
mistake of ehfK»in| a house that 

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mode of living This U true even 
though a home U the biggest pur- 
chase of their lives. 
o<i?!ay that ' s aro und two hundred 
limes a*, much as the same people 
pay for Uiat suit which is so care- 
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and hla happy-go-lucky wife, for In- 1 
sUnce John's qulU pudgy and joUy I 
as can be . - his only vice U a pair | 
of carpel slippers that date back i 
frem Chnstmax 1938 and he wears 
them constantly at home Mary 
makes the most delicious apple plea 
ever and loves to spend a good deal 
of time puttering around In her 
garden. 

But now . . . well, somctliing 
seems wrong about their new home 
You see. they decided on a 
Oeorgtsji style, demanding flawles- 
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t.d.F. Suggests (ioiiiieil 
Iiieliide Farm Nominees 



krprpftenution for BrttUh Coium* Columbia Hutpiul Iruuruicc 

tolA fitrmm on • reconstituted Hoa- Service, to »ci u chalmton. 

PR.1 Ad, tor, C<nmr.l w« ur.ri . ” 

^ iroie, "that the Rcneral purpo* 

FrltMy 11) • tcUer from Harold E. . . . u i© have broad repre*ent*tion 
Winch. Ml. A to the Minuter of interested croup* m the province 
Health and Welfare, Hot). A. D. _ . the C.CP. beheves Uiat the 
Turnbull. farmer* should not be Ignored »rul 



Turnbull. farmer* should not be Ignored arul Dr. Hartley Sai 

Mr. Witicii said In hi* letter that ae* would therefore suggest tlut never saw asylhinj 
lie had noted ui the proposed mem* provision be made for two members 
bcD-hlp of the council no mention to represent agriculture. <Mie*to be 

of farm represeotatlve. The council, recommended by the BC. Federation Ij' • . 14* 

he *aid. was to indmle three rrprc* of Agriculture, the other to be tt%- imli 

aentatives of the BC. Hospital As- ommended by tlie Farmers' Imli- j 

aocutiun. three for the medical pro- tutr ' fll I ’ Tl' 

fession. two for the ijiUon of British The member abrf> urged repre- I \ 

Columbia Munlcipahlles. two for the sentatlon from the Provincial Coun- ^ ^ l.»Vv IF 

Provincial Oovrnimenl. two for cll of Women, as “both logical and »,n 

Ubor unions, two for industrial and f.u * a c p a roof over their he. 

commercial groups, one for the Reg- Noting that Ujc Govenmicnl was 

uiered Nurse*’ Association of Bril- ' to be represented by two member* of ' . . 

lah Columbia, one for the Phar- the civil service, Mr. Winch a.vlc*U . limit on the oo 

maceutical Association of British Co- why the Official Opposition was not ^ .,ii«v r«inn hi 

lumbia and the Commissioner of the included. n 



Wandpring Artist Finds 
Pptrifpd \t ood at Sooke 

itr^OOKE District residenta should advertise their 

^ semi-precious stones.” remarked Mrs. Maite Sterner. More than lOO members of the Twenty members of Uie asaocla- 
wife oi the noted Swedish artist. Mrs. Sterner said Battalion CXT. AaioclaUon re- attended from Vancouver, 

this after she and her husband made a trip to Sooke [ The 48th left Victoria June J5. 

rtcemly, to do .ome .k.tching. In.te.d, th.y cpncentr.t.d |»1S lor o,r«jui ondor ol ’ 

on pobble-gJthering. | b< -Col. w. J. H HoluiH. T1* unU 

During .hoir coliocting, th. couple found a piece of , time .u l.'M ">*■' 

j " . a.- u .»_ * u . ua . au.. I v.to.e-..to..a« i Ool. Holmcs was unable to attend 

petrified Ntood wh.ch they brought to the Department of M ' th. Unner ownln* to w, lllniu. i 

M.ne. a. L^i.lat.ve Bu.ld.ng. on then return to V.«Or.a hxeCUtlVe .iVIeetin" ou«t armu at l«l night, re- 
When th* wood was .heed open at the Department of ^ I union Include Mrs. Hirold A 

Mines office it was found to contain petnhed teredos, L . f I Hunter. Mrv Dorothy R Uavey and 

which apparently had bored through the. wood many vJCl Itfl A y — rpnnliir Dudley Wickett. Feature 

thousand years ago. > Esquimau Legion, Branch 173. will of the evening was a compeUUou to 

Dr. Hartley Sargent, chief mining engineer, said; “I ^ executive meeting on Tiieo- decide which member had the mom 

never saw anything iike it before,'* tjaj. thp ijidles’ AusUlary u hold- mustache. ReeuiU were 

I ing a garden party A Wednesday , 

afternoon at the Old® England Inn. ' Chairman of Uie meeUng was 

Mei'teil Air (iadets Permitted Sr." S 

.1 ance, followed by blngn In the eve- #• • , • /l/i** 

I lf- rp a I” Legion Hall. «23 Ad- r IVlOrin iflllCPr 

0 Kee|) lemporary Quarters irol\rinrirc:ir.n;r:i -snifM;rfff/fffi/<* 

Victoria air cadets will be able to He succeeds Plt.-Lt. Ted Bouldcn. ® P-®- Squadron Leader J. Hudson. 

•< p a roof over thetr heads for Uie who has resigned alur commanding ' D P.C . 75B Newport -Avenue, was 

5t of the year, at least. the group for three years. ! LONDON rcr*. — Radio Uce’nces among 23 officers who graduated 

Federal officials have extended TO ATTFNU I'Ol RHC I regUlered In Britain up to April this from the R-C A.P. Staff College. To- 



ReiinioiioriBtli Battalion 
Recalls Great War Days 



More than 100 members of the 
48Uv Battalion CXT. Association re- 
lived Oreal War army day* at their 
3&lh annual reunion dinner last 
tiighU 



Executive !VIeetin" 
Set for Tuesday 



A Report on the 

DOUKHOBOR 

QUESTION 

bv the 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

HON. GORDON S. WISMER 



Kjected Air (iadets Permitted 
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I ivtoria Officer 



se< p a roof over thetr heads for Uie who has resigned alur commanding 
rest of the year, at least. the group for three years. 

Federal nfflcials have exunded TO ATTFNO t'Ol RhE 



Federal officials have exunded TO ATTEND I'Ol RHE | reguUred In Britain up to April this from the R-C A.P. Staff College. To- 

the lime limit on the occupancy of -niree Victoria cadets will attend totaled 12.3M.20. Television ronto. It was announced yesterday 

iljclr Macaulay Caiiip headquarters r,c.A.F. flyUig-tralning couree ' “cences numbered 863.950, by Air Force Headquarters, 

by No. 69 < Kinsman'. Royal Cana- force's Sea Island base, t ’ - - - ^ 



Early Settler A\ ill Charge 
Of \lunilolii ^f(>torists 

X 7 I ITIdlll IflUcl I Kailing to pull to the eme of the 
-w •III when Saanich police sirens 

lc|||«||*|| I|a|«a wall may cast two mcStorlsU fUtcs 

1*111 Ivtl BEvI V In Baaruch police court. 

Punc.Hl service* fur Mrs. Elu* Com.tablef. Edward Anderson and 
. „ ... . ^ , \MUiam Oreen were rushing Mr-, 

Ann Engltsh. who died Fndav m a Thomp-on to 81. J-v-ph.-. 



dian Air Cadet Squadron, It was Vancouver, they arc W. At- 

R 'ill I annnunced last night. wood, J, Browm and Ken Cutler. 

ill The cadets had been ordered to Victoria on 

. . « vacate the building early this Sum- j^jy j. After logging 17 hours fly- 

\f /|f g|f*f vf 'r*'* squadnm has had dlffl- mne-jive hours solo— and-com- 

*■ *■ cully obtaining other quarters. Tlie > gg hours of ground In- 

Falling to pull to ilie side of the oxienslon on their old building is they will receive cadet 

road when Saanich police sirens extiected to l«!^t into 1951. wnDg-v. Ilk** intnlalure RCAF 

wall may cast two mtSlorhU fine* Aho announced last night was wuigs. 

in Baarnch pulice court. the appointment of Ken Kenton as 1 ^ detachment of 31 members of 

ConMablef. Edward Anderson and Miuadrun's commanding officer, .v»uadn>it will attend Bummer 
\MUiam Oreen were rushing Mr-, training camp at Glinll. Man., on 

ratiieruie TI)uinp->on to St. J'xieph.*. g A I *^‘'-'res of Ijikc Manlluba, rlur- 

H<».pital w'heii the molorMts rcfusrd I 1 1 V /l f h'? of July. 



^ ■ ratlierine ■rl)otnp'«on to 81. J'Meph.’. g * 1 

private hnapiial. w-rre held veslrr- H.-pital wheh the molorMts rcfusrd I 1 1 «/ 

day at McCall Bros ' Funeral Chapel, lo obey thetr rignal. Villy .ixIvClIIV VCf 

She war. 89 year* of ag.- Th-movon was suffering - Iv . . 



' ” sirs, tnumpvon waa suriering > • • 

Mrs. P.iiglUh was widnwr of Wll- from a broken wrut. I aw I Itfirtl I II I 

lUmi Henry tnglLh and mnUier of ^he two moiart t.- will U cliarged ■ ” IFIII ■ 1 1 ■ I 

Henry O. FnglKh. principal of Vic 

up for a pnlpe . ^ gw| I ' 

loria Normal Bchool She 1* also I |||w PI <11 glikVi I1W 

survived bv two other sons. A. \illw I I it f \l" / TV 1 

and G A. Fnghsh. brjtti In Victoria; ... ... . I e 

eight grandchildren and 14 great- L |||wpt*<| I VAN COUVFn Jvme 24 tCf' \an 

gr*nd.hndren. one Lrolhet. Atfied ■ Ullv I cil l^vl \ Hi. tmrter (ttv a»f '^need »oU» Ui* - u- 
J. Ball. In Winnipeg, and one sister. *'""*« Rf'^kih Columbia sec- ■ 

Mrs. Arthur Yates. Ui Toronlo. P,,.. 4 ' J . . .. I .vx... l>tmlnlon mKcer chain- 1 

n . r % . . I .. r ni V pim.slvtp I'Jday by downing New 

Born m Drayum. Ont slve and I UI ? UllllllCtl *;ve,imiusier Royuls. 3-0. In a see- ' 

her husband were early ploneen* in ond-mund R.une before 1.500 fans 

Harding. Man having gone there L . tl I ^ calliMer Park 

tn 1884 before the r.llr.«^^^ Oil lllOllUtiy .^.ere was hardly a three g.«l 

^ n . r margin between the two team:., tn 

1933. when she came to Victoria. Funeral .-erriies for Ger.rge 

m™. Englteh was a devoted church WllmshurM. 'm le.ct.ng by a goal or two before U.ey 

worker all her life. She ww a mem- nuc. will be held Monday at 3 pm . . miimies 

Church and a life member of the of Sand* Mortuary Ltd. .^hev had missed on 

Women's Mlwmnary Society. Mr. wilm.diur.M died Fnday at ^ Ihemselv'es a few mmute. 

Dr. A. R. Whitehouse conducted the age of 33 in Royal Jubilee Hos- ^^rlirr 
the funeral services. lnt.ennfnt was pltal. An employee of Manning p^miy Rogers scored the spot kt« k 



Main Henry tnglLh and mnUier of ^he two moU,rt t.- will U cluvrged 
Henry O. FnglKh. principal of Vic fjuhng to puli up for a pnll<r 

loriK Normal Bchool. She Is also j^iren 

survived bv two other sons. A. 

and G A. English, botli In Victoria; , 

sight grandchildren and 14 great- §4 | ■ |W A t«<l I 
gr*nd«hndren, one Lfilhej. Atfied ■ UliC^I Call /VI vlwV 
J. Ball. In Winnipeg, and one sister. 

Mr. Anhur Y.to, U, Toronto L" V nllllllOPr 

Born In Drayton, Ont . site and 1 UI T UllllllCLl 

her husband were early pioneer* in 

Harding. Man. having gone there .... \1 -*»w/Iaw; 

tn 1884 before the rallnvad was butll. JjvL Ull iTlUIUItly 
Mr«. RngILvh llvi^d at Harding until J 

1933. when she came to Victoria. Funeral .-errties for George 

Mm. English was a devoted church Wllmjlmrst. '.»8 Be^.^borouRh Ave- 
worker all her life. She was a mem- nue. will be held Monday at 3 p m 



Funeral Service 
For V oluiileer 
Sel on iMonday 



Five other Victoria cadet* will 
n-prc'-eni British Columbia at the 
Dominion of Canada Rifle A/*oeia- 
ihin *liu4it In Ottawa this August 
Tie five huve nut yet been named. 



The tasters the test for tea! 
Canadians buy more Salada 
than any other brand, 

"SALAM 



CBR 



10:15 P.M. 
MONDAY, 
JUNE 26th 



COLONIST WANT ADS 
SO MUCH 

FOR SO LITTLE 



at the Colwood Burial Park. 



FueL for the past 13 years, he was a-p^ners In front after 1 

a member of the Vk« Ro.val Volun- MatKay fouled Frank Ambler 

( 1 _ teer Fire r^partment and formerly penalty area. Four minutes 

t«g\t'k I l'im<JfrA * member of Vlctorl.n Fraternal Uogle Biewart twk the ball 

il UU l.^dllla^l/ Order of Eagle.-) No. 12. He was boni r^ntred 

■ ^ Victoria and had lived here all Rogers, who drove the leather 

Kt; If liaiailc * firsi-ilme left- 

l.f y I lUUIIo Surviving are his wife. Mary; w footer. Wallace Milligan ended the 

» J sun. George; two daughter^. Mar- »conng shortly after, flicking the 

I* *11 gam and Sharon: hLs muther. Mr*. b«u past Goalie Bemie Williams on 

1 1 I Jainr.\ Wilnishurst and two brothers, a eross from Bob Lewis. 

^ ' James and Fred. All are living in ' 

The Fraser Valley flood hxs Victoria. COLCUESTKR, EUigland iI**. — 

eaiMcd little dwmsge to tlie crop* R«v K. L. Sandercock will offict- The ancient custom of oyster feast- 
and will have lilUe effect on the ate at the .•ervlce. Cremation will be In g Is to be revived here— If there 






Jsmr.\ Wilnishunst and two brothers. 
James and Fred. All are living in 
Victoria. 



cross from Bob Lewis. 



COLCUESTKR, England iA\ — 



/ WRMy/ V 

Crisoo's in Cans- 
Betferthan Btr! 



Best !br Cakes and , 
Pies andlasty Fries! 



vegetable market, wholesalers an- at Royal Oak Crematorium. 
Bounced yesterday. 

Tie latest Government figures 

ahow tliat peach and apricot crop* , " g-Q 

guffered the most from Winter j 

weather. Peaches will only be 3 85 ^ K ' 

per cent of lui year's production /’"Vx ^ ^7 

Willie apricots w-iU be only 4 per 

cent. tB 

Apple* and pears have alno b^n \ \ 

affected. Only a 78 per reni apple ^ ^ 

crop I* esperlefl while peara will be 
II per cent of former years. P 

Two crops which are expected to 
•xi-eed last year* are caniakiupcs 
and crab apples. 



are enough oysters. 



MEN'S BUSINESS 



SHIRTS 

17V4 



EXPERTLY LAUNDERED 



Sf. Saviour's 
Enjays Picnic 

Approximately 150 parishioners 
and children from VtcUiria W^t 
Rt. Bavlour's Church and the Chinese 
Good Hope Mlaeion enjoyed their 
annual plaiic at Mt. Douglas Park 
yesterday. 

The men's society of the church 
arranged a -varied sports program. 
Rot dogs wrere prepared at the rus- 
tle fireplace In the park. 



6- Hour Service 



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COI.OMST SPORTS 



VmOHIA. HKITISH »;OLlMBIA. .SIHSHAY, Jl'NE 25 . 19.50 



NO. IWi — MNETY-SECOM) YEAR 



Champiom Crowned at Victoria Lau^n Tennis 



Box Score 



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?5 3* Ui Ihrv liniKird Vancouifr a 

A %LAa Ai<i> douhlr M'ttMck. and 3*0 UKk 

. ’T. L Ori’itj iM'unfiod oui hi> ninlli h”m» 

r; .V4I nm niih two on tn Uie Mtlh inning 
ai " *»’ a 3-3 tif in tlif l4ri.t lainf. 

He«4i<bM 31 » »;» Up , 1 ^ on l.'i thr mruM In ih* 

Tarama 31 3> ItA . . . 

nrewariaa » V* 41« Ihlfd Atld 1 hm WU;1*K( UP A bU lUgl.l 

^ ** w!tM lo.s tnlid round inpper in the 

Wall PuerkA)'. celfljralniR U.r tourih inmnw *jI llir ftn»lr It 
btrlh ut a aun. pruted too murli fur $tol t'-rnH ahr.Ari of him and brnkr a 
the Vtclorta Alhleiics laat iii|ht. Acnrrle ■- lir. Bob Kerngaii «rnt on 
I'he hard-hllUiii WruaUher out*. to revi-t'r ht« IKii aii> The l«o 
fielder fhowed none of the nehous- w«n> ended a er\en*gamr loeUtg 
tieM nenerally attributed to ex* f>irrok for the Tip* rr. 
pertant fAthera Iaai nigin an hr led i 
ihe Chiefa to a 7-4 triumph ti: make I 
It t*o in a row over the An. 

After giving the CliiefA Ihe le»d 
alth a l»o-ruu homer in the Ural I 
Inning. Porekay doubled In tun I 
run.<i in Uie third to give Ide club a I 
lead Ihe.v held. And thrn led off . 
with a triple In the fittli a.' me I 
Chief: completed their run-makinc I 
with three more tallie.* The gmne ' 

*At halted m (he eiphtJt innma 
while Piicekey »•& inf'-nned of tlie 
birth of hta «on. 

liAllI.r. INJt M.li 
Roil Smith went the dtalai ce fur 
Oh* loeera V* get Umod «tUi hU. 
fifth loaa in ten decumna. Tlie am 
hla tenth agaliut three ioA»e.A 
ment to Jay Ragid. who look over 
from Dave Di|hle Ui tlw Arrond. 

Oahle aaA knocked out of the game 
when the fin.1 of Oeiie Thoiniv< i 
three hlU caromed off hta leg and 
rendered him unfit for further 
eenli'e 

Tlie A'a meet the Chirft taire to- 
day with Joe Mlehaaek and Jun 
Propai the likely aiarierA. Iliev re- 
, turn hnme tomorrow to face the 
league-leading Tacoma Tigers In 



A ndl*^: fo*-i the Uc«rs tlir - 

'li'C' of ' pUntin Mt the fir»t 
•rainc Al Jannio 

aa- bnolv cui our an r>e and Out* 
fielder HiU Ma-l'aulcy aufleied a cut 
mouth and coiiniiNi-.n when the two 
ran logrUier chaMlig a pop fh 



Coivnul eeo'bv 

bhown In aeiton is Jack Milledgr. former city junior champion, 
who lifted men * ainglcs crown with 6-4. 8-4. 6-2 tnumph over 
defending champion Carl Brand. Mllledge played forcing game 
and never let Brand get set. iBlory on Page 21.) 



Champions in all divisions were crowned yesterday as Viclona Lawn Tennis Clubs 12M louma 
mem concluded. Pictured above are women s singles finatlsls, OllI Core-I^rngUm Mefti and 
Anna Peden Mi.ss Peden won title with 6-3. 6-1 triumph and partnered Peter Peacock to 
surprise victory over Patience Birley and Eric McCallum In mUed doubles final. 



Nine Under Par for 3f Holes 



Angler Boats 
Season's 
Prize Salmon 



rixlurrw 

'I’finMirniw 

TODAY 



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<t4t«4. fU*4l Aiai»tl4 r*rh. I'M p m 

I<anky Bill Prior pitched Victoria 
Eagles into undUpuled potvAesalon of 
itecond place In the Ixiaer laland 
Amateur Baeeball l.eagiie as he 
notched a flve-hU. i-3 vidory over 
Nanaimo Clippers at Alhlellc Park 
la*! night. 

Prior had hta fa.it ball hopping a- 
he art 17 Coaltown baiters down vU 

nine 



K'Ut P”in -rr • •* a-»n 
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Maiigrum Blazes New unirse Keeord 
In Third Roiiiul ofF.t.A. Tmirnameiit 



Ki*fl 



KOfTBAIt. 

It* pit' aroiar *A* w»n. 
r»pt«». Brfbivuud Acvt ft- tw i*!*# 
■nr». Oftiral r»*» 

BANCnALI. 

3 10 pai - li^tnO iratuv. Nt’ 
iiBinio T4 Ca> ital^ nnr*! Aihltoe 
P«IK 

} 10 p at teitlor tfi>:»lQci. 

Nntai4« 14 a<unri. at eidn«r. 

nr4>on Tan - Oak Ba* Ui«*r 
Mictfueakl P4'« r.ai«'h»j a Maw • 
Wta* ‘I A>e Uool4>;ri.*f«. Lpptf 
Mardnnald Pa-t 

taitKor 

3M ain AlblOPt *4 Al<««. 
BMcoa Hill Park. 

tiue onooT 

t no p 81 Trap bnooW Victoria 
Oun Club. Albert M«ad 

TO.VIORROW 

aocTBAlL 

• 3Q p n Bci '.or *‘A oirr PnuA- 
lat lira va OrcMb’Mai Ar»i, Otn* 
tral Par* 

d II pai. I4*»i-ir ' B" raan, Wr»k 
Urii v» MrPharvotti Work Point 

CM pm Banio* C niai> Bt 
t^iiia fo'l'c* »4 f.^aiida*-! »u*ni- 
lurc. ilai«o..d A* ant a EtaulmaU 
A A i« HarnD.rr Rtiii*n Park 

C 30 pm Woman Uarth Saanirk 
** Rrd 4 Sanita. Lower Ceolral 
Park 

BAAIBAIL 

t 00 p 81 W I L . IWromo TVitro 
V*. Vlcintlt Atbl*tii-4. a»»al Atb* 
lotle Park 

BOX Lit BOB1-I 

t W pm -BonMr ’ B.~ Poul Bar 
Vt l*a>r, MemoMat Arma. 

f m p m Stnloi' It ‘nillcuau 
*a Jokcra Mcmortal Arena. 



Iwrgeet salmon of the aeaoon was 
landed yeaterday by Pat McLean. 
Victoria angler. Plahing from HaH a 
Boathouse, McLean boated a large 
Spring near tlia Slone Houre Just 
before lunch. Weighed In early In 
the evening. It tipped the acalei aC 
46'b pounds and probably welshed 
a couple of pounda more when be 
He was uaUig a No. 7 



■iefated Claude Harmon on the 38th 
hole when the veteran missed an 
18-lnch putt. 

Eddie Burke. 43-year-old Union 
eliminator of Rnead 



to a hard fought 1 up vtclory over 
TkI Kron of New Hartford, N Y . in 
the afternoon portion of the 36- 

Todaj'a matches were played 
hole event 

under a acorching sun In the mom 
ing and In a driving raUv for half 
the afternoon roundi. 

Moat of the unsung club proa who 
bulldoud their way thU far fell by 
the wayalde today. An exception was 
Henry WUllami. Jr, of Becane. Pa., 
who blew a three up advantage then 



By JOHN BARKISGTON 
OOlUMBUS. O. June 34 «fN8.- 
Lloyd Mnngrum and Johnny Palmer, 
two golfers with a pretty good idea 
of what It IV all about, led the way- 
today Into the qimner-ltnaU of the 
PGA. Umninnient at Scioto Coun- 
try Club In Columb4u 
Mangnim put on a bnlhant nine* 
m.drr-pvtr exJtibiilon in chminatlng 
veteran Chi< k HarUerl. 6 and 6. 

Palmer, after equaling Mangnimt 
bt'iniaiit 66 in llw morning went cm 



» pO'ipu't*') raip. 



City. Conn 
yesterday, lost to Ray Oafford of 
Dallas. Tex 



tlie atrlkeout route but Die 
baaeri on balb that he u.Yued had 
him in trouble on several ocraalnna 
Hla mates gamerecT ten hits and six 
walk! from the offerings of Eart 
Robinson. 

Denny MrOee and Kit Carson 
each riroked tsvo-run singles during 
the four-run aecond-lnning rally 
and Bill Moir tripled two talllee 
across in the eighth. Jeff Worral 
led the hitters, getting three singles 
In four trips for the Eagles. 

At Athletic Park thU afternoon, 
the Cllppere face the Victoria Capt- 
tall, who will be out after their first 
triumph after dropping three de- 
cisions tn as many parts. 

B R. B. 

WkRAiiM eiaaMiia—a s i 



Home-Kuii T(Hal Reaclie 
81 in ThiTe-Dav Festival 



4 and 3. Lanky Dave 
Douglas took care of Elmer Reed. 
35-year-old airline pilot 3 and 3. 
and Chaudlrr Harper nosed out Bob 
TosKl of Northampton, Mass., 2 
and I. 

Henry Picard, winner way hack in 
1330. was the tuily fnnner champkm 
left In the running after he laEted 
out a onr-up triumph over JaclMm 
Bradley of 8t. diaries. Ill , in wlvlch 
they matched each other stroke-for- 
btroke for the last ten holes, Includ- 
ing a pair of eagle threes on the 
36th. 

Denny Shute. champion In 1D36-ET, 

: faded in the stretch and was 
j eliminated by Jimmy Demaret, 4 
' and 3. 

MANGRl'M VS. HARPYR 

Tomorrows 36-huti matches pit 
Oafford against Demaret, Mangrum 
against Harper. WllUama against 
Douglas and Picard against Palmer 

Nobody enjojred quite the stature 
of Mangrum. 

Playing carefully and conserva- 
tively. he had been even with par In 
the 36-hole qualifier and In two 
previous 16-hole matehm. But 
today he slashed hts wrav Into the 
quarter-finals with a «pectacular 
' round. 

i Harbert's performance was three 
under standard flgures and good 
enough to win almnet any other 
But he never had a chance. 



landed II 
McKnight spoon and fishing with 
400 feet of line and a pound of 
weight. 

Mil^an* prire lopped the 37**- 
pnmtd specimen brought into Hail's 
Prlday by W. Bkltch of 8t. Paul. 
Alberta. Guided by George Hall. 
Bkttch caught his big one in the 
afternoon on a No 4 Wonder 50 '50 
spoon at Lenfesty Point He had hit 
lure at the end of 3.S0 feet of line 
and weighted with 12 ovinoes of lead. 



iik; H*eak H'l.-irr- Ci»taUi>d n«*»>8 
In<1. Ati>« l-h 



HOW THKT 8TANII 

HATIOAAL UAOIS 



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U-ltntt MV <« I * • I 

R'lnnldi afi<1 B,ira I4nvtlr- 
man at t B>>I.Ut4wl< tlnnarg Na* Vm-X. 
Dmis SUi 



Whlladf'shls 

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Bnatsn 

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Haw Ycrk . 

mtakurgb 

CtaeiBOs:! 



Bvaton M3 4W») 318* 13 II 8 

81 Lowla 4M8 aw 840 1 t I 

BaUrria* Kibilar and laVtttaut Pont. hi. 
Vina i3>. b Johriiwn ••• and l4i|.ar 
H.-mart H^Mion 4ii>ndina<i >»d <1 nti'. 
VV>llianu 0 it. LH>an Itli k4 iw . Htaphana 
•Oi 

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Satiosai. I r AM r 



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Cinaiand 

Bo4i»a 

Wuhlnetoa 

citirafn 

Si I*bv1s . 

ni>l4dfl8bt8 



Duncan Crickelers Lead 
After Will Over Oak Bai 



r*Hr,j.. am aot I.*- 4 I t 

C'.iit' 'ipiita bw :mo ■ T 0 

B*n*:l'* OufetC ’Mllaf 4 V*'‘iJa»t-aa» • 
artil Wa’kar M*r»* R*> '4 • ‘i and 

namlciirt Komar* 0>'ias«, Aava* III. 
Ckiladalphia nimnar 3rd '1 on Samir* 
Kk 4»n .1 on*. 



VIctorlB U facing Its second racelesi season ana naroiy anyone »ccri» 
to have mbwed the so-called “sport of kings' too much. Those who bet 
the horeet regularly have no dlfBcufty in geutng their wagen down. 
Those who bet only when the races are here are probably able tn afford 
ft belUr vacalion. Undlords and grocers are doubtless quite happy with 
the iltuatton. ^ 

Home racing probably was Ubbed the “sport of kings" because only 
kings could afford It U servB lllUe ueeful purpose and only track 
owners, the govemtnciit and a comparatively few owners make any 
money out of it It couldn't exUt a., a sport without betung and the 
ndds against winning are so long one wonders why people sUlI go out 
and risk their hard-earned mopey on an unpredictable thomughbred. 
But risk U tliey do and H eeems that the thrill of a win more than 
rompeniuitee for the InevlUblt financial loas. 

Just to show bow punters must buck the percenUga leVs presume 
that 1.000 of Uiem go out to a BC. track for a day's racing with 650 
each. And let's suppoae that the original 6100.000 Is bet on the ftrst race 
and UiAt all the winnings sre then bet on the second race. Al the end 
of an eight-race card. If this Is carried right through, those 2 000 srould 
have an average of 67 56- just about fthal It Ukee to pay for refre*hmenU. 
;ood. transporUtlfin to and from the track. admUalon chargaa. a program 
and a tout sheet or two. The British Columbia Government and the 
ftwrk Will have split 664 837. 

Then there Is the endleaa walimg and sUnding around and JosUmg 
and the last-mlnuta anxiety In rsfte >ou get shut out. Few race track 
fans over reallW that they spend about five boure al a track lo see Iras 
tiiAn 16 miimles of actual acUon. But people are fuiiny and they are 



fly 

Wan PitMtn 



FAN FARE 



Jackto Robinson walloped a 
ground slam homer for Brookivn 
Dodgera Just befora (he midnight 
curfew halted the Dodgerr' game 
«lth Pittsburgh Pirates at the end 
of the eighth inning with Brookljn 
leading, 16-13. U was (he 37ih 
circuit clout hit in the major 
leagues yesterday and the 81H In a 
rocord-breaking three-day assault. 

Eight games Thursday produced 
34 homers to itart the parade, eight 
games added 30 on Prlday and yes- 
terday'a output came from seven 
games 

TO COMPLETE GAME 
Tito Brooklyn • Pittsburgh game 
will be completed the next time the 
Pirates go to Brooklyn. The game 
also produced four other homers 
with Oil Hodges hitting one for 
Brooklyn and t^le Coogan and Earl 
Turner getting their Drsl major 
league circuit dotiti and Ralph 
Kloer hitting his 16’Ji of the sesAOii 
for the PlTBlea. 'x 

New York OianU equalled k Na- 
tional League tmrk liy emarhtng 
seven rotiud-trlpi^re- three of lhem 
by Wes Wottnun-dn humbling Cin- 
cinnati Red*. 13-2. Al Dark, Monte 
Irvin. Hank Thompaon and Whltey 
Lockman also hit lor the distance 
The major league record of eight 
homers In a single game was eet by 
New York Yankees In 1630 

HOMER WINK FOR C ARDM 
Johnny Llndell hK a t>om« In the 
tenth lo give Bt Louis Cardinals 
a 7-6 triumph over Boston Brave*. 
Earlier. Bill Howerton had horo e red 
for the Cards and Willard Marshall 
and Earl Torgeaoo had poled homftri 
for the Braves. 

Oran Hamner and Andy Bemenlck 
bit homers for Philadelphia and 
Hank Bauer walloped one for Chi- 
cago Cube as (he Phlle edged the 
Cube, 5-4. to retain a allm hold 



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Cowlchan took undisputed poi- 
eesslon of first pla^e In the VIctorta 
and District Cricket lA'Ague with an 
61-73 rlclory over Oak Bay at Wind- 
sor Park yerterdey Piv* C'« con- 
solidated Its h''!d on third piece by 
trouncmg Albion*. 153-46. end In- 
cogs climbed out of the cellar with 
a 64-57 triumph over Alena. 

Pratures were the bowling of Jack 
Thomer, Jack Payne and Reg W’en- 
man and Ihe batting of Oenrgr 
Payne. Thorner took aeven wiHfcia 
for 16 runs tn Cowichan's victory. 
Jack Psyne lock seven *li*ketA 
for 33 rune for Five C's end Wenman 
ppilled five wlcket.4 for Zl nin» for 
Incogs. George Payne paced Five 
Ce atiark viih 56 ruru. 

8>'orecards follow; 

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match 

Mangrum. who came to Columbus 
33 strokes under par for Ills three 
Immediately prerioua toiimsmenti. 
shot a 33-34 in the morning, better- 
ing by two strokna the 34-year-old 
champtonehip course record at 
Bciotti. 

He added anoUier |8 in start the 
afternoon seavtop, three-putted llie 
tenth, then ran oui (he n*x 



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A n fit in ^ (Aianipion 

Art Lunrjr u the rhamplon paher- 
man of the Pai'i/ie Chib Luner 
won Ihe Cliadwlck Cup Friday In tlie 
auniMl angling c^mpediion when 
he boated a mndeet salmon which 
tipped the scales at four mincea leas 
than five pounds. 



three 

holes In per Herbert, rattled by 
hts foe's machine-llke precision, 
boglfd the 13Ui end 13th tn end the 
match. 

Msngrum called today's 37 holes 
Die “flneAt ! ever played in my life.' 



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ran outguetw live prrcentaire Well, It ean't br done but If I can get a 
few day* off IhU Summer, if* a safe bet that aomeof thet time will be 
fjient at Lansdowiie or Exhlhltion Parka. I should be convinced hut I 
guess I'm noL I 

Hartfiom Hnrvr$t 

R rh*rl(«o is Ibted In the H«we News Bureae averages as Byron, 
^ch may b# MUn* a well-kept aocret out of the bag ... Si. loalv 
Krewna will hold a tryout camp at KamIcMip* for six day*, etarting July 
94 Ife probably a good thing that John Brkich. the young aouthpaw 
signed by the A'a. will have left by then. The Brown* were reported 
IntervalPd In him last season Inctdenully. Brkieh looks like a real 
prospect. . . . The Vletorta aiwl DiatHet Pootball AaaoHaUft* raised 6160 
for the Queen Ale«ai»drm HeUrlam this season. . . . Baleni BeaatAre 
apparently do better on the road financially than they do a^ home. 
The Benator* look a cheque for 61.760 out of VIctaria for their last four 
games here while the A'* received 6660 as their share of the racelpto at 
Kalem for six games. . . . You can bet your bottom dollar that Ed# VannI 
wlU hittUe like h® never hustled befor* If h# pUye for^RpakafM atalnst 
the A'e this week. . . . Catching up on the social new*; Bill MeAtllsler, 
United goalkeeper, has been married alnc* thU column was last written 
and report* have It that Jebnnle Clarli and Elslae Barry, two of the 
dty*i better-known basketball star*, are eonlempUtlng a similar 
movg. * • • Etlhdt. former basketball secretary now a BealUe 

iwMeni. Is hoWJaying in Victoria . . . Soccer fen* at Maedotiald Perk 
jeeterdsy who got a kick out of the antlca of the wee BL Andrews mescot 
completely attlrrd In a soccer uniform were seeing a future eUr In (he 
making He Johnny NewWId. Jr. . . . Chines RiadeoU claim that 
Ihalr la-tkloM to Brewlwoed Aeee In their season's softball opener, wm 



Ai^ofiMNr*ir 
Line-up of the AWoe Cricket Club 
for the match at Beacon Hill oral 
this afternoon follow*: O Day 
<captaln<. A. Jagger. J. Moss P. 
Neal, R Scrogga. H Braid. J Bar- 
low. A. Attwrll. M Teasdale. R 
EdwrardH. O. McIIvenny and Wooky 
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Non-Superslitious U.S. Drivers 
Take Main Prizes at I^ansford 



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BuperstlUon apparently m p a n t 
nothing to American drivers In the 
Stock-car race meet at Bruce Pass- 
more’s Langford Bpeedwey last 
DtghL 

Although they tempted fata by 
bringing up the suppoeedly unlucky 
number of 13 cars for the prugrsm, 
member* of the Washington Hard- 
Top Aasoclatlon walked off with the 
lion's ihare of purses In (he crowd- 
pleasing. nine-event card. Tn fact. 
Lady LtKk seemed to be smlUht on 
all the wheel -Jockey*. American and 
Canadian alike, as (he stock -model 
, buggies were bouncing end spinning 
all over the track without a single 
sriiour mUhap. 

I Chuck Cedar of Beattie driving 
thr Amerlean Mo. 3 car. wae the big 
winner. Hi waa in front all the way 
ea he won (he helmet dash, wdth 
' Vlctoris'e Jimmy Smith second and 
' Cliff Spaulding third. 



fourth heat raca and topped off a 
profitable evening's driving with a 
victory in ihe claas “A" main tvenu 
77ie popular women** race was 
won by Eva Bbarp in the No. 4 ear. 
''Mickey'' Fraser was second and 
Marg Comforth third. 

Results follow: 

I. Churk C*lar 1 Jlani 



Plan to Organize 
Midweek Soccer 

The Victoria end Dlstnct Wed- 
nesday Football Leagv* will hold a 
“get-together’' meeUng Wednesday 
evening in the library of the 
Britannia Branch. Canadian L^gVm. 

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Rerb FWn won ths United States 
coUeftaie tenni* this ysstarday 
when be downed Ricardo BsMer* la 
Ybe final at Austin. Trx. 



Greek Bong beat RUt Prince by a 
length and a half yeaiarday to vrtn 
the 6<8 000 Dwyer Stakes at Aqua- 



Oedar look 
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Pa^e 20— Sports 



SatLi (Colonial 



Vicloru, B C., Sua.. Junr 2^, 1*^' <J 



1 he Siwrlli^hl 



By CRANTLANO RICE- 



For Boma tun* «* hav* b**n trytn« to fmd out why th« fifht (amc 
ha* Uikra auch a bic dtp from paat year*. *sp*ciaUy th* year* that brought 
out such atari a* Joe Oan*. JUn Corbett, Bob FUMUumona. Jun JefTnea. 
Jack Demp*ry and Uep* Tunoey. Where arw th* Harry Orebi or Micltey 
Walker* of ycaterday? \ 

On' a r«cent hunt for Information we ran acroaa Jo* Beniamin, a 
•tar boxer and hard puncher back in Ui* day* from Benny Leonard to 
Ace Hudkliu. Jo* waa a ma*t*r boxer and a keen puncher. Ha won a 
great ma)orUy of hi* flfhia In a rough era. How did hr manage ttf ' 

**1 wax bnxinf at the age of 13.'* Jo* aaid, "when I weighed only IM 
pound*. I loved the gam* a* a kid. I boxed with anyoti* t eould get 
to box. Then I begun working m differtnt gymnaxluma. But I’ll tell 
>uu where we had a btg edge in thoae day*. \te had a lot of great oM^ ' 
tuner* to learh ua. Among the first to help me waa Kid McCoy, one 
of the best boxer* I ever aaw and one of the best punchers The Kid 
showed me how to ua* my left He ahnwed ma bow to throw a right 
acroaa my opponent’s left He ahowed me half a hundred tricks that 
Lame In iumdy at rough apou later cm. 

**This waa a btg help to me after I had worked on the tnrks and 
learned to u.*e them. After that T got a lot of help from Jack Root 
and Jack Johnson. Johnson was as good a defensive boxer as anyone 
ever aaw. 

*'1 ntust ha>e bused a thousand rounds with Jack Dempaey Jack 
ha* always been a great pal of mine Ha wasn't trying to kill me. but 
he could get rough. You had to watch every spin aecond. You can see 
what a difTrrence such help and tnitnirtion made to a young fighter I 
considered myself an apprentlea for the flrvt five years befora I even 
pretended to b* a fighter. Today they try to make champions In two 
or three years. AH that Uma f worked and trained hard. T wanted to 
learn all 1 could. I eoaked up all they showed mt and taught ma ** 

Could you Imagine a CrasUino or a LaMoiu going to Tunnay or 
Uenipaey for help or advice* Yet Tunney never hesitated to get all he 
><mJd from Corbett, after Jim had paased 00. Oddly enough, the only 
fighter f recall asw>ng the more or leas modems asking advir* from a 
< uamplon was Max Baer 

I was having breakfast with Detnpaay on* morning when Baer came 
in It wa.^ the morning after his fight with Tommy 1/nighran. DempMy 
had refereed the fight. Jack had given Lniighran almost every round 

'How do you fe*!?” Dempsey asked "I’m silU seeing nnthUig but 
Irft hand* in my face. ' B«er aald "Left hand* all night long -left hands 
after I wc.xc up today. I'm aeeing 'em now. How do you break up a 
left hand?" 

Dempsey left the breakfast Uhle He took off hts roat Take off 
vour coat,” hr aald to Baer. 

They acjuared away. ‘Now throw a left at m« ' Jack said. Bear 
threw a left. Dempsey rolled his head out of Ui« road But at the same 
lime he brought his right hand down on ih* upper muscles of Max Baer's 
left arm. Max howled. He dropped hia atm and called out, "You're 
broken my arm - you*v* broken my arm.'* 

Jerk laughed "Irt only numb." he said. "You can use it again In 
a few minute*. But *ee what would have happened to Loughran If you 
iiad nailed hi* left arm lust once' He couldn’t have u.«ed it again* 
Sfter Baer's numbed left arm had recovered. Dempaer called him back 
to the floor again 

"Now I'll show you another trick that ‘might help you out a>^<ma 
night when things are not fntng too well ~ Jack luddetily spun Max and 
nailed him with a left. 

"That’s fouling." Max said 

"Not quite ' .lark aald "Ans'ray. you ran gel by with !» once And 
here'* aomething *lae ' 

Jerk then ahowed Max a punch he had ne\er seen before, Belnre 
Big Max had left he had parked up enough solid Inatructinn to make 
him a far better tighter than ha had been pragioualy. The fact la'that 
Max Baer couM have been a great heavyweight If he had only loved the 
game. But he hated fighting. 

In retard to thoae Dempaey leasona. I a.sked Max one day the hardest ^ 
punch he had ever uken. "Waa It from Joe IxniU''” 

"No.'' Max said "It was from Jack Dempaey before my Camera 
fight ' I thought he had killed me* 



Inspired Bowling Streak Cools 
\^esl Indies Batsmen at Lords 



LONDON, June 94 'Reuters' — 
After laying U>« foundation of a 
good score, the West Indies batsmen 
lallerrd today against the spin 
bowling of IV'ley Jenkins after the 
(ra Uilerval and allowed w>n*e of the 
inlllatJve to slip from their grasp 
nn the Yirkt day of the aecond Test 
■Tirkei match *gatnst Kngland 

The ckvw-uf-play score on the 
histone Lords erirket ground wai 
lao runs for seven wickat* in the 
visiting team's first inning*. The 
match continiias Monday, with Eng* 
land atlU to b*'. 

The West India* batted attr*c> 
lively and aggreastvely up to tea- 
lime. Th«y wert Always aaeklng 
run* and played all bowlers eon* 
fldenUy 

AETER TEA 

Then an inspired ipell by Jenkins. 
Worceatershlra leg-break bowler, 



had ill* batsmen putzled and In 
seven overa h* took three wicket* 
at a personal coat of 37 runs Before 
h* claimed his first virum. Jenkins 
had failed to inlimidat* the bats* 
men and had conceded 76 run*. 

His succeases took the score from 
333 for three to 374 for six. Walcott 
and Comes wrr* at lota how to play 
Jenkins, who varied flight spin and 
pare decepllvely, and both wars 
stumped by Godfrey Evans when 
going d>iWD th* pitch to w*U-r.lght*d 
leg-bresk*. 

Jenkins also accounted for the 
century-maker, a. T Ra*. in the I 
spar* nf hi* deadly 30*mlnut« spell. ' 
Ra*. playing back to a lug hop. 
unarked the ball hard and Jenkins 
brought off a magnlflcant raUirn 
catch. 

The score card 

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Llixton (!hil) Gels 



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According to the official bulletin 
of tha BNtlah Columbia Softball 
4jaoctaUnn, issued on June M. th* 
Luxton iuvRill* boy*' Boftbatl team 
of th* Oolwood and Dlatrict League 
has b**n suspended for th* rw- 
malnder of tb* IMO season 



'Tatal tier lartn •iek«U' 1)0 
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tMI«« 



Suspended for on* y«ar and otm 
month from Jun* 11. IMO. were 
Raul Aurlnger, Bob Smith, Dea 
Maseiv Thomas Chapman Swan- 
son. Terry Ridl«y. Bruce Station and 
Gharil* >otr1er, all of tha Luxt<m 
tnam. 

No rMson for the suspeoalons was 
gtven 1 b the bulittln. 



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CONSUiT THE ClASSIffUD SECTION Of YOUR PHONE BOOK 



Both still peaseu th* athletic trim 
they bad in their halcyon dava. 
It *v*n serau someUmas that time, 



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Bing Crosby » Bob Hop* 
Dorothy Latnour 

fkDAJin YA DIAM 



aEATTLE. June 34 (Ah -Sloppy 
water and a forecast of lncrea.*lng 
Wind* prompted week-end posipone- 
meni today of a world record at- 
tempt by Btanley 8 Sayres' speed- 
boat. the 61o-Mo-8hun IV. 

Sayraa aaid ha hoped to make 
another Cry Monday monUng. 

The boat threw a propeller and 
cracked a drive-shaft yesterday in 
Its riMt try to best th* 141 74 mile* 
per hour recugniaod at the record. 
It had Just entered the mesaured 
mil* for Its timed run when the 
mlslisp occuired. doing no damage 
but stomiing th* boat. 

The boat owner la having a new 
drive-bhaft flown from the Bast. 
The spare he had Installed in tha 
boat today had been used before 
and Sayres wantad new matal for 
hU racord try. 

Kent Hitchcock, representing the 
American Power Bust Aasoclation, 
extended Ih* time for Sayres' tasls. 
Th* ongttuUly sanctioned dates ran 
out today and he will be given an- 
other four-day period in which to 
make his runs for the iwcord, start- 
ing Monday. 



Vuri Crainm reiurned it He 
caught Budge flaUootad with a hit 
to th* left aide, behind th* Cali- 
fornian. 

Budge turued. At full apaed he 
raced to th* other aids of tKs court, 
catching the ball forehand on the 
dead run. 

UKl BLlXtT 

It Whipped Just over tha net. paaa- 
ing Von Cramm Ukt a bullet. 

Keepers of th* *oO at Wunbladon 
can ahow you to this day where 
that ball lanced It wa* aix Inches 
Inside the sideline and six Incbca 
tnxid* the ba**llhe The match was 
over, 

Expert after expert shook their 
heads when it was all over and 
agreed that tn that match, that day. 
nobody in the world could have 
beaten Budge and th* only man 
who oould have beaten ''ao Cramm 
was on tha same court with him. 

"BtUeva this or not," Von Cramm 
told Budge in th* locker room after- 
wards, "I’m as happy for you as you 
are for yourself." 

Budge, who was to become ath- 
let* of Ih* year and tha only man 
aver to grand-alam th* American. 

British. French and Australian titles 
In on# year, blinked snd thook his 
hesd. 

FINIbT I>AR 

"It was th* finest tennis I ever 
played, ” he said. 

It wa*. and ha atUl says H. Be 
Uvea in Lot Angeles ' ow. anth in- 
terest* tn *evtral businaasea. and 
plays tennis only for *xerclM. Von suoersl clrcDcnts so euppIemaM b>« 
Cramm still plays In a tournament diet! One Boh Msntn't Cnoditine Tii<- 
now and again. lei escb dav will giv* vour dog nan* 



Start* 

Thursday 



Wimblrion. EiiK to lead Uie United 
tiiate> U.to the challenge round 
against England that won the Dgvis 
Cup- 

ATAim.M J4MMtl> 

Fourteen thousand fans Jammed 
! the Wimbleton Stadium for the 
rubber match between America smd 
Germany, lygipcn fainted during 
the match 8ut thousand fans stood 
outsids watching tha electric acora- 
board, never seeing a shot but golrig 
nuta Just the same. 

There have, been many exhaust- 
ing and excitiag matches in tennis. 
But the thing that lift* the Budge- 
Von Cramm match above them all. 
according to United States Davis 
Cup captain Walter Pata <"I died 
a thousand deaths that day"i la 
this 

"There wasn’t a aoft shot in the 
whole match." 

VoD Cramn won the lust two 
sett And he never weakened there- 
alter. 

It was Just that Budge grew 
stronger. 

His blasting service esrrlad the 
third and fourth sets, and then be- 
gan tha most dramatle set ever 
played. 

Von Cramm pulled aliesd to 4-1 
In gams*, and It looked as if Am- 
erica waa dead. 

DRfW EVE.N 

But U>e crashing, slender form of 
Budga held service In. the sixth 
game. Budga than broke th* Ger- 
man and held hla aerve again to 
draw even at 4-4 

Von Cramm .an hU serve to 8-4 
at'er ihrre deuces, but th* redhead 
from Cahfomt* held hU ovrn at 
4o-l5i U> make it 5-5. 

T.e Oemian won hie aerv# at 
I loir fci 6-6. but Budge took hia 
own ee.'-ve and then went on to 
brr^k through the German and 



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NEW YORK. June 34 (INS' — 
People arc forever coming up with 
pet "greacests" in different sport* 
and the arguments wax hot and 
frutUeaa far into th* mghl. 

Except for tennu 

In tennu. hardly anybody argue*. 

Not Just because It's funds- 
menlAlly auch a polite sport. Just 
because tundamantally there's no 
argument. 

AHK A.NYONE 

Ask anyone from Riggs to Kramer, 
to greybeards of old. who U tha 
greatest player in tennis hUtory. 
They sav on* short word' 

"Budgr." 

Ask them the greatest match cvei 
played 

"Budge and Von Cramn< " 

Don Budge, the frerkia-faced 
redhead from Oakland. Cal., who 
looked like all the kids next door 
you aver knew, and Baron Onttfrted 
von Cramm. scion of the Hohen- 
tollernt and crown prince of pre- 
war German leonu. met of'en on 
the courts. 

But when they **■? "Budge and 
Von Cramm ’ tn. that tone of voice 
you hark bark automatically to 
July 30, 1M7, when the 33-year-old 
Budge beat Von Cramm 6-6, 5-7. 6-4. 
6-3. 6-6 on th* centra ourf at 



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BABE ZAHARIAS 
Mrs. George (Bab*> Zahartaa 
won h«f fourth women'* Western 
Open golf mie yesterday by de- 
feating amateur Peggy KJrk. 5 and 
3. in se-hole final at Denvers 
Cherry Hills Country Club Down 
two on first five hole*, former 
Mildred DldrUtsnn scored Wrdle* 
on eignth and nmth to even count 
and ctrded four - under • par on 
back nine to uke four-up margin 
at halfway mark. 



Larsen Loses 
To Bromwich 
In O.C. Tennis 



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LONDON June 34 (R«ut*ri> ~ 

Australia’s Wily John Bromwich to- 
day won th* London gras* court* 
teitm- cliampirinship, downicx left ■ 
handed Art lar^en of Ran Fran* 
civo. in the final. 6-3 6-4 
Th* women a crown sent to Dorto 
Hart, of Miami. Fla . who defeated 
Mn Margaret DuPont, of Wilmine- 
i.'M. Del m a harfi-foiight marz-h 

u« u ^ ^ ^ ^ WKh annual champlonahip* com- ihcie wit - • ’1 new ncuer». m io“ 

Mia* Hart yesterday downed th* »,nnla cjipable of good fenm* These in- 

1»4B Wiroblfdon tmut, Louise j.rk Muiedge. Henri Des- 

Brough, and today** win made her enthualMSta around town are now U^ryi Thonip- ; Henry 

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*Pie.'i With Budg* serving in thst 
f'liai game. tw> got to match point. 
Von Cramm deucsd lU Four more 
times Budge had match point. One* 
the Orrman got the advantage only 
to W* It to deuce once again 
F.>r tha sixth time tn a wild, rag- 
ing perfect duel, Budge held match 
point. 

Thu time lie seived lo hard tiiai 
a irrmendous howl went up from the 
f(j>rds. No man could return that 
ball. 



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full aiTide, MitchrU may find aome American entyv u expected and the 
diflicuKy at the hands of such aew- „v^nl will apaln highlight the IocaI 
sonad performers as last year s (f^inis srn^on. 

runner-up. Jack Parker, steady- — — - — .----r 

stroking Carl Brand arwl tha swr 

dangerous Rex Jackson and Peter 

Peacock. Trouble for Mitchell may 

com* from yet another source for '• 



By gA.V iNCAD 

I Golf's Oreat«*t Ptayar-Teachae | 

Putting grip# vary tn detail but 
here * the one that I Ilka bacauas It 
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tn play-off games, held under th* 
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by Bert Smith. umplr*-ln chief of 
tha aaaociaUon 

Vlrtoriaa’ softball pfflclala will 
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Street A fee will be charged all um- 
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The following officials and others 
Interested In writing th* testa are 
requested to report at th* above- 
mentioned tima. Rastell. Bamswell 
Donaghy. D*mnett, Tooby, Martin 
Wyatt and Barr. 

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BoftbRU Lc«K^ remctie* ft new hl<h 
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Ouuglftft Tire Squftd meeUnf Bent- 1 
wood Aces in two luceeaiive gsmet. 

Tba clubft meet thU ftiternoon ' 
ftt Upper CentTftl ftt a 30 in ft replfta 1 
of Uietr second lied contest ftnd 
clft&li ftgftin tomorrow evenlnc ftt ' 
6:30 In ft rcgulftriy scheduled fixture. ' 
Victoris fur Aces In both asmes wUl 
Icste the Tiremen. who hftve 
dropped Uielr Ust two stwrU, Just 
ft sinftle gftine In front of the Aces 
ftnd Chinese Sludentft. 

Usmes scheduled In th* fftrtouft 
diTislons this week follow: 

•S.MUft -ft** MtN 

Teftsr — Brtnisood Acm «s Dou|Ui 
Tir«. I se s » 

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By J.G. TAYLOR SPINK ’ 

of TH£ SPORTING NEWS 

Major oiftnufftcturcrs of sportln« goods sre hUuns 

K prlcro 00 and other ftthlrUc equipment fts ft 

-result^of ftccumulftted advences in cost of labor and 
rftw maleriftL The speclftl team price for Jop*gr»de 
bftsebftUs Wfts Increased from I3& 30 per dozen to r38. 1 
and the retail pricft of a major league ball Is now 
»3 15. compared to 13 80. The price of bat# also was 
upped 82 85 to 12 80. T)plc*l of the Increftse In 
1 gluve prices was Uial of a well-known fielder'* glove. 

I which waft advanced frum $1035 to H0Ji5. and a 
J popular catcher'ft mill, from 830 85 to 833.50 Maybe 
i. a. T. snxft jiigj, goal of a fint-olaas catchers mill is one 

reason there U such a acarclty of youngsters developing as backstops. . . . 
That June 15 deadline on iradea was instituted 38 years ago by PhU 
Ball, IftU mlUlonalre owner of Uie 8t. Louis Browns. . . . Inalun*. 1932, 
when the Browns were battling the Yankee* for the pennant. Ball tried 
to buy Joe Dugan from the Red So*, but his offer wu refused. In July. 



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however, Harry Praiee. Boston lied So* owner with a particular liking 
for Colonel Jake Ruppert's greenbacks, peddled the third baseman to the 
Yankees for a bundle of cash and player*. The Yankee* wun the pennant 
that year by a half game. Dugan hit only .387. but he was a big help 
to the New Yorkers in copping the flag. Ball, a ckiee friend of Ben 
Johnson, put through a ruling at the loop** Winter meeting with the 
help of the American League prealdem, specifying that no player trade* 
could be made after June 15. ... A couple of wrUer* traveling with the 
Yankee* picked George Btlmwelss as a flrsl'Claas managerial prospect, 
following hi* swftp to the Brown*. IncldcouUy. th* Yankee* are looking 
for th* aender of telegrams to all of the player* on the team when they 
were In Chicago on their recent trip. The wire wa* *igned "A loyal 
Yankee Pan" and read “How much are you betting against yourself? 
Bmells tousy." Thirty wire* were »ent, all from the aame point of origin. 
New Jersey For th* benefit of the uninformed. New Jersey is the 
botbed of the *ure-thlng gambimg boys. . . . Apparently, one of ihoee 
juro-lhing "inveitoT*" couldn't stand the loss of a couple hundred bucks. 



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Hannan (.up Play ; 
('.arded at (iorge 

A competition lor the HannAn 
Cup will be held this morning by 
women members of the Gorge Vsle 
Golf Club. The event will be played 
under four-ball, best-ball rule* over 
18 hole* at medal play. 

Draw and lUrtlng limes follow- 

10 C* -JAiiJ Blo^bart anS Mr* M' 



Scots Trim Heaneys, 9-2 
III Province Cup Semis 



PblUey. Georg* Steele. Harry 
Smith and John Halley counted for 
St. Andrews In the second half be- 
fore Jack Robbins scored Heaneys’ 
sMond goal on a penalty shot when 



St. Andrews, Coast Soccer League 
championA. ycAierday moved Into 
final of Province Cup series with e 
convincing 9-3 triumph over the 



Rememhcr Vi lien . . 

Gene Sarsxen made It a golfing 
double 18 year* ago today by win- 
ning the I nhed State* Open 
■hortly after hU triumph In th* 
Hritlsh Open. The itocJiy Ameri- 
can pro fired a four-ander-par 
final found of M for a 72-hol# 
total of 288. It waa Gene’s second 
I nlled Stales Open title, havlns 
won ft ten year* prerlou«ly. 



Clover brought down Jot Robfatna 



^uihfvkl Heaneya XI before a aUm 



O'Con&sll 



crowd at Macdonald Park. 

Apperently over-awed by their 1 
vaunted opposition. Heaneys tailed 
at any time to show their beat foot- , 
ball and It was only a question of 
how many goala the Scots would 
score. I 

EXf HA.NGE SPOT KICKS 
8t. Andrews opened Uie scoring 
five minutes after the surt. Goalie 
Bill Henderson barely blocked a 
hard drive by Doug Grelg and de- 
fied ed the ball to the right, where 
, Pullback Dave Wright deliberately 
; handled. Jimmy Grelg mad* no 
I muiske with the spot kick. Nick 
OkJver fouled Joe Robbins la the 
' penalty area at the other end 
after and Jack Robbins 



ALL-BTAK GAME ON TV 

Commissioner Albert B. Chandler has ennounced Uiat no sUnding 
room wUl be eold at the All-Ster Gem* *t ComUkey Park, July U. ' 
However, th* All-Star Game again will be televised and those who fall 1 
to get tickets won't be too badly disappointed. Anyone who gets shut 
out will find plenty of taverns with television seU within the vicinity of 
ComUkey Park. ... Jim Bagby, formerly of CleveUnd and the BosUm 
Red 8o*. now pitching with th* Galt, Ont., aemi-pro team, recently hit 
e home run that cleared by 30 feel an Ontario fence at the 400-foot 
mftrk . . . Hank Greenberg, finding life difficult while busily running 
Ih* Indians, has also learned that being an author Un*i all honey. A 
current magazine has a front dpter featuring an arllcle, “Cleveland Can't 
NDas-by Hank Creenberr" . . • Frank Une. general manager of the 
Whit* So*, who thought he had b***h hot<ked when A1 Kosar. who 
figured In the Bay Scarborough swap with the Senators. compUlned of e 
"chronic back Injury." eent e acorrhlng wire to Clark OrtflUh, asking 
that th* deal be canceled. Lane withdrew th* request Uter. however, 
when the Neu became equally burned up by th# charge and offered to 

Uke Kozar back and give up IIO.OOO Freddie Hutchinson, the American 

li>ague player repreeentatlve on the major league ezecuUve council. 
BdvUed Commlsaioner Chandler ihei he wa* In favor of Chandler* 
action In banning games on Sunday nights. . . . Marty Marlon, the N.U 
reprttventAitve, when asked to express hu opinion, replied. "No comment." 
showing that Marty not only knoas how to play shoruiop. but also how 
to keep from getting on a hoi spot wtlh hU boa*. 



at. Anere«a--Jaet JenM- *trta Dorulo 
and John Wabbar. Wn Hendartoti. NtcK 
Olovar and r>«o Maiheton. Jim Oreif, 
Dou( Qreig. Brian Fhtller. John HtUer 
and Rarrr Orntth Buba John Xavbold. 
Ororft Bieel and Chura Lta. 

Haanvya- ni:i Handmon. Ron Faarea 
and Daft Wrifht. Don HandaiMn, Jara 
Riftbln* M*I alUara. Ken mil Dick BtlL 
Joe Kobbtna. To» Walker and Raloh 
Bhandley. ftuba Jaek Donald. Ocort* 
ColdvtII and Warren Hamann 



Hollrwood sun have dgned 
il-yeer-old right-hander Dirk 
Barrett, recently released by San 
Diego, to bolster a mound sUff 
hard hit by Injurtea. 



INSIDE 

FIREPROOF 
DAY PARKING 



Club Tennis Ciwiis Won 
Bv Milletljre. Anna IVden 



shortly 

netted the equaliser from the spot. 

Jim Orel* put the Scots ahead to 
stay after 30 minutes when he drove 
a high, hard shot to the far comer 
of the net with Goalie Henderson's 
view blocked. Wes Henderson count- 
ed 6t. Andrews’ third goal ten min- 
utes later, booting In a twisting shot 
as the goalie end Fullback Ron 
Pearce got ungled up after making 
a clearance. Then Brian Phllley 
heeded a loou bell over the goalie's 
heed into the open net to give the 
ScoU fti4-l margin at the half. 



PER MONTH 



CAUSEWAY S. G. 

3011 GOVT, ct WHASP 



first set to Bessie Wilson end Beryl 
Keye*. were behind In th* eecond, 
8-3. They staved off several match 
polnU to finally win the aet. 10-8, ' 
and then ran out the decider, 8-3.- 
l PSF.T VICTORY 

Mbs Peden and Peter Peacock 
pulled an upaet in the mixed double*, 
coming through over top-seeded 
Mr« BIrlev and Erie McCallum. 
8-8. 1-8. 7-5, 

Howie Tooby won the men’s 
flight singles, defeating Doug Hen- 
ley. 7-9. 8-4. 8-4 Pourteen-year-old 
Val Speed won the women's flight 
*lngle* from Sheila Price, 3-8. 6-1. 
8-3 

Pat Blrley. club president, offi- 
ciated at the prize-giving He Intro- 
duced Mr*. Brand, who presented 
the prizes and trophies Wee Jeannle 
Dunbar presented Mrs, Brand with 
a corsage on behalf of club and 
tourney official*. 



CIGARETTES 



Jack MUledff* and Anna Peden 
■re th* new tennis champions of the 
Victoria Lawn Tennis and Badmin- . 
ton Club. Both won their titles yes- 1 
terday as they won the sing Irs finals 
In * tralght sets. MUledge besting de- [ 
fending-champlons Carl Brand. 8-4. 
8-4. 8-3. and MUs Peden outpUylOf • 
GUI Qore-Langlon, 8-3. 6-1. j 

ItACK-COI RT Tl'SSI.f. | 

Playing In a tricky breeze. Brand 
never quite got going and MUledge ' 
wo* able to defeat hie opponent by ' 
playing from the beck court, a prac- | 
tlca usually dangerous agalrut 
Brand- Everything worked perfeclly ' 
for MUledge end eom* of his berk- 
. hand recoverte* off eevere Brand 
wallope were thiilllng to watch. The 
new champion displayed a spanking 
forehand which found the deepest 
comers of Brand s court and had 
the veteran In continual trouble. 
MUledge* vlctoTT cctabllshed him 
a* a real threat for the city title. | 
I MUs Peden established herMlf as 
' a leading city player with her rather 
' eary triumph. 

CnAMflONB DEPEATED 
The club double* title also changed 
hands. Defendlns-champlons Jack 
^ Parker and Bill Dunbar never 
! looked dangeroiu as Brand end 
MUledge teamed perfectly for a 6-4. 
8-3. 8-4 win. MiUedgc's aggreMlve 
I net game paved the way In the first 
I two sets and some fir^ passing shots 
I by Brand featured the final set, 
j One of the day's most hoUy-con- 
leated finals taw Peggy Jackson and 
Patience Blrley come from behind 
> to win the new “Pop ’ Jackson 
J Trophy as wnmen's doubles cham- 
pions. Th* new champions lost the 



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TED AtTIIUBUEh A QUOTE 

Ted WUUemi of th# Red Sox, who has been getting the Indian Love 
CaU In aU key* and languages since his Penway Park rhubarb, was 
quM* pleased that th# community rendition of th* salute in Cleveland 
wsa directed toward Luke Easter and Joe Gordon, rather than Theodor* 
Samuel. After Uslening to Luke end Joe. as well at Manager Loo 
Boudraao. get th* raxi for three days. Ted aald. "This Is one town I 
don't want to ba traded to. And you can give me a full quoutlon on 
that* . . . Manager Eddie Sawyer of the PhilUes has a unique set of 
individual sign* for summoning reUef pitchers. Eddie raUes his right 
hand for Bob MUIer and hU left for C^rt Simmons, for Bubba Church, 
he toucbes hi# flnger-tlpa together over his head to form ^teeple; for 
Jim KonsUnly. he cup* his hands around hli eye* In Imitation of 
^iftctaclea. and for MUo Condtnl, the pilot extends his arm* horliomally 

and flexea hU muaclee U U said that Connie Mack tried to arrange a 

deal for Bob Dminger. for whom he paid 1100.000. with a National I.«a|u* 
elub. but two American League clube held up the swap by refusing to 
waive. . . . Time was when pitchers were soft touche* *t the bat. but now a 



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Diek AtUceey, C.S.C. track eUr. 
yesterday set a new world record 
for the tl8-melr* high bardlet. 
Ill* time was 13.8 oeronda. one- 
teoth of B second better than the 
nark set by Foireet Towns In 
1938 and eqnalled by Fred Wol- 
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Major Woods Leads Marksmen 
B.C. Title Sliool Opens Tuesday 

Major W H Wood, veteran ' 
marksman of th* CanedUn Scot- | 
tlsh Rifle Aaaorlailon. led the field 
at Heel* Rango yesterday a* loco) 
ohooters prepared for th# Gordon 
Ytophy match to be fired tomor- 
row afternoon, and f*»r tlie provln- 
oia) metebea which «m get under 
way on Tueedey. Wood acored 33 
poinU at 300 yards, a pnsalble 35 
at 500 yards, and added a neat 34 
at the goo-yard firing mound, for a 
total of 101 out of the 106 points 
poMible tn the shoot 

W03. J. A. Young of the 78th 
Regiment, led hi# team Into second 



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rourUen|And-a-h4lf-fool Tomboy. buUt last y«ar by Ronald 
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tlontng- In regatta last year. Tomboy reached speed In excess 
of 50 miles an hour. 



New craft 8aw-6ea. pictured above. Is owned by Robert 
Watson, commodore of Boat Association. Ted Jones, noted 
speedboat racer and deslgner‘of Seattle, will be among entries 
In local event. 



Speed, thrills and perhaps spills will highlight annual Victoria Outboard and Inboard Association s big speedboat regatta to 
be held at Esqwlmalt Lagoon on afternoon of July 1. Been In action above are three racers taking part In program. Left 
to right: Ted Currel, Vancouver; Brock Robertson and George Baldwin, both of Victoria. Championship event will attract 

about 40 entries from Northwest 



Peaceful Chief Holds Weapons 



Children Shun 
Bihle Course; 
Elders Enroll 



loraiigi Brings Paslor-(Jiicflaiiis 
01* Oiiee-Wihl South Sea Trihes 



Sailings 

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Marine /Vcick 



Bible study Is apparently unpopu- 
lar with high school students, but 
many adults have enrolled for the 
atudy course nin by the Provlnrlal 
High fichoel Correspondence 
Branch 

Dt. Edith E. Lucas, director of the 
branch, said that few younger pupps 
apply for the course although It 
carries Rve credits toward high 
icbool graduation. 

"It U very popular with grown- 
ups." she added. 

Dr. Lucas ssld she was dis- 
appointed at student reaction to the 
course and thought that many 
students turned It down because of 
fear of ridicule. 

"The only 



[ that have come here from as far as 
Alaska. 

‘ The 3d-foot Sea Home of Morro 
Bay« Calif., sank 30 miles out after 
a coUlston. Friday, with the 4d-fool 
Linda of Seattle. 

I Harbor Department officials, ex- 
pecting hundreds of boats to pass In 
snd out during the rush for the 
' running g400-a-ton top-grade tuna, 
considered Iraffle controls. 

I The Sep Home's two occupants, 
D J. Work. 33. and WUUam Han- 
son. SO. were resrued by the Unda. 



By R.\Y WORM.M.n 

Chiefs of two former fighting tribes— one from the 
Solcwion Islands, the other from the Fiji Islands — were 
among passengers aboai;d the Canadian-_Au5tralasian 
Unfr’s Mv. Aorangi which docked here at 6 a m. yester- 
day from “down under." 

They are Ratu Semi Vuloaloa, from Fiji; and Sasa 
Rore. from the Solomons. Both are pastors in their respec- 
tive localities of the Seventh Day AdventisU’ world-wide 
organization, and are two of 12 delegates on their way to 
a world-wide conference of their religious organization to 
be held at San Francisco July 10 to 22. More than 15,000 
delegates are expected to attend the international parley 
—held once every four years. 

The pulor from Fiji to » de»c«nd- 
wm of on« of Uie fwrUcst fighting I 
tribes of the Fiji Islands. Among hto i 
iuggxge there to the most isleresting _ 
eeUection of fighting equipment 
once used extensively by hU fore- 
fathers. I , 

SNKKERSNCK 

With him to a wicked looking 
steel-headed battle axe which he 
claims Is the weapon used 100 years , 
ago In the slaying of a missionary 
named Baker— last victim of a can- 
nibal feast in the Fiji Islan<to. The 
collection also Includes a stone axe 
—the head of which weigh-s about 
eight pounds- -which was actually 
used In a bloodthlrety battle at Ta- 
hiti many years ago 

Pastor Vuloaloa was wearing a 
heavy cloth aklrt upon hto arrival 
here. Hto garb also Included a large 
brownish white mat made of bark. | 

Thto marks the first time either 
of the native paMors have been to 
any point of the North American 
continent. The Fllian will speak to- 
night, starting at 7 30. at the 
Seventh Day Adventists' Church.- 
comer of Vancouver and Pandora 
Streets ' i 

TROPIC AI. MIBKIONF.R ‘ 

Faster Rore to one of the field 
aecreurles of the religious group. 

■uUoned at New Oulnea. He serves 
with the Coral Sea Union Mission. 

Heading the 13-delegate group 
aboard the ship were Pastof O. 

Brmnsler of FIJI— president of^the 
Oentrai Pacific Union Mission, and 
Pastor W. E. Battye of Sydney. Aui- ' 
tralla. president of the Trans-Tas- 
man Union Conference. 

Throughout Australia there was 
an acute shortage of labor of all 
types, reported passenger A B. Abel. ' 
head of a large margnnne business 
In Sydney. < Incidentally, marrarlne 
sells for about 30 cents a pound in , 
hto home city » He said the p<jpula- 
tion of Australia was increasing ' 
rapidly, with many people from 
Kngland and Central Europe estab- 
Ushlng homes there. There was a 
Bwlor building boom under way. he 
added. Mr Abel and hto wife are 
making the round trip aboard the 
Aorangi. 

rir.HT Rr.DB 

Auslralias new Oovernmet.t. he 
reported, was doing evervthing pos- 
sible to abollsli Commimivn. 

LAwyer and barrister 1. Castle 
from Honolulu, said "every tiling to 
quite ncH-mal in our part of thf world, 
with the exception of the tourist 
business which Is hitting an all- 
time record ■■ 

Miss B. II Shackleton of 103 Van- 
couver Street, was among the few 
Victorians returning aboard the ship 
from holldavs "Down Under " She 
visited friends In New Zealand. 

WOQL CARCiO 

The Aorangi )brought little cargo 
to thto port, the emirs cargo un- 
loaded here consisting of M barrels 
of WOOL Mall took up much space 
In her holds, however, with 53S large 
bags unloaded here— practically all 
oX It for the United Stale* 

Approximately 80 paxwngers dis- 
embarked here -most of ihem'tnur- 
Uta from Australia and New Zealand, 
and returning Amerlcan.v 

The ship left the Outer Wharf 
dock! of Victoria Machinery Depot 
Oo. Ltd. at 9 am. and proceeded to 
Vancouver, where she will remain 



Victoria 

SEATTLE - VANCOUVER 

Daily Service 



children who have 
applied for the course are Mennon- 
Ites." she said. 

"It to too bad Apart from Us 
rellgluu.'' atgnjncance. tlie Bible as 
English literature U hard to equal." 



Nanaimo 

VANCOUVER and return daily 



SatUng* marked * era ria Newcastle Island 
(Rofurn hn»t fh lanroui^r f«>«irea .>e(rra«l(# 



NANAIMO. June 3t —The antici- 
pated boost in the price of lumber 
may force Uie Nanaimo 6<'hool 
Ekiard to ask ratepayers for addi- 
tional funds to eomplele tlie pro- 
posed new high school here 

Tru-vtce Fred Spencer, chairman 
of the building committee, ex- 
plained : 

"Plans have already been drawn 
up for the high school. l do not 
believe the board will allow them 
to be changed. Thto means that 
our only alternative will be to ask 
ibe people for mo re mon ey If the 
price Increase takes efTect and then 
holds 

About ggdO.OdO of the school con* 
structloo and rebuilding program 
was earmarked for the high achooi. 

Should the price of lumber rise 
136 a thousand board feet, as antlct- 
, pated, the covt of the school would 
Jump to 61.000.000. 



AT NAN AIMCl— •l.oad yniir car liic aigbl 
hefora and alrap aboard Ibe new, Itiiuri- 
nii»(v appointed Pr. Maraiierlte or l*r. 
I'alriria, aalling al 6|30 a.m. for \ anmu*er 
Advance aiiloniobila and slalenivra reaer* 
*allon adviaable. 



An Interesting and historical collection of native weapons from the 
Fiji Islands— hto homeland— was among the luggage of Ratu BemI 
Vuloaloa. who wee aboard liner Aorangi which docked here yesterday 
morning. One of two battle axes he to holding Is claimed to be weapon 
used In slaying of last missionary for cannibal feast 100 years aeo. 
Bpear he holds to exact wooden replies of those used generations ago 
by natives of Cook I.slands. Over dark blue skirt, the FIJI Islander 
wears mat made of bark. He to one of 13 Seventh Day Adventists 
on ship heading for world-wide parley of group In San Francisco. 



■411 rimes Fmr{fle Stwndord 






May Protect 

Bald E a ill PS 



Appropriates $100,000 

Ottawa to Build W harf 
For Mainland FislierniPii 



Game wardens were Instructed 
yesterday to learn whether both the 
bald and golden eagles should be 
placed on the protected list In 
BHttoh Columbia, it was announced 
yesterday by J, J Cunningham. 
Provincial game commissioner. 

The InvrvHgaUons were ordered 
after an article appeared In the 
June Issue of Forest and Outdoors, 
a magatlne published by the Cana- 
dian Forestry Association. 

The article discounted stories 
that eagles caused widespread dam- 
age 



VANCOUVBR June 34 CF.— The 
Dominion Oovemment has given the 
go-aheed signal to a 6760.000 fisher- 
men's wharf project in False Creek 
when a 6100.000 appropriation for 
the schema was tabled in aupplc- 
mentary aetlmatea In the Rouse of 
Commons. 

Offlcleto of the Department of 
Public Works In Vancouver sav the 
appropriation will provide for draw- 
ing up plaru for the project and pre- 
liminary work on a bulkhead. 

The scheme provides for eonstruc- 
Unn of seven floats just east of 



Burrard Biidge on the aouth shore 
of False Creek. 

A bulkhead win be buUt at the 
top of the floats and the channel 
will be dredged to provide for nine 
feet of water at the bulkhead at 
low tide 

A hard-surfaced road will be con- 
structed to provide srreas to the 
float A 



LONDON CF -The Post Office 
reports that one In ten Britons has 
e telephone, compared with ons In 
five Canadians. 



BOLnnOATZ. Middlesex Eng- 
land CF — Bouthgata Council made 
C13.69S <639.974 &0> out of the sal- 
vage during 1949. 



M.^illNCi BOAT MNK.A 
Disaster overtook fine of tlie scores 
of albacnre "gold rush" fishing boats 



Looking at e good balaocg In joor 5 avingt Account k Uke se^of 
g flattering reflertlof) In • mirror. • 
flee frtr ymmelf. Start aavlag regularly. 

In a aarprkfnglv abort time a look at your bank book 

will fiva yoo a feeUng tbal you*ra **00 lop of tba world**. 



KNIT-GOODS ^ 



■ervtots from H M CB. Maianai 
training dlvlalon 

The minesweeper will leave here 
June JO to conduct intensive txer- 
route to Ka aouthernmosi 



No natter wh*i your requiremeotj, 



ataaa an 

•nitaa listii at Ban Dlega 
ft la tha only reserva dfvtoton 



you CIO depend oo the laitability iod the conslateot 
high qnAlJty of Peomaoi Kolned Underwetr, 
Hosiefj and Oaterweir. 'Sold at good ttorei from coast to coasL 



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firuB lilt data *.t iti* aaiaa oLbtraua rjaiw 
hill iii.r a« aii'iaM 



Nro* 

B i'unainc''aw 
Jutvnii* J'lt* 
Juiiat:* iuf* 

llophJoni CauMp 
|(npa^ai CataMI 
Martib Kan* 
Martin Kaa* 



H*ur of Palib 
H'ur of PaiU> 
rUMcrl PatDMt** 
Clleb* Ciob 

Uthi aoA Uf* Hour 
Liibt aad Life Moui 
Vow* #f Prophre* 
Vo«* of Prapbacy 

Oaf* CosB'ry 
tiod • CbUBtry 
Or«ai**t Starr 
Br*r Tbld 



Mtoroptiliiaa Tan 

Nt*> 

_M 

Cburrb of ih* Air 
l*ra*l Auoeta*a>B 
poatMuar* (jotcwl 



Ml a* OaktO Dinah 



■ SMari H'‘icbUan. «l.o paM*A **k? 
j<in* H. UM 

Bt«t In b'lr mrmorta* tr*aaur*d 
TVxiith** af yau ar* ai«*r* h*ta. 
Qnnr from airbt. but «tib oa *mr. 

W« bhe la** y«u. fml you h*ar 
>-B*<itr nilMod and aiaav* r*ia*nb*r*4 
b* ht* i«*'>i| all* Ifariha V Hutrhl*on 
and tamti'. K*ii>*r. CathaUa* Ct«>* and 
•na*‘Ui'kav, and franddauib- 

wra, 



Nranano iL^iin* 

I lia'ian* * 

It* lai.a 
luUaii* 

Puitu.t *! P*ar» 
PuttuH af P»*>* 
pjiiHU ol P»*ro 
Purtui: w f Pf*r» 

Inwrna'ional AUpnrt 
lni*rn*'i'>na> Alranr* 
MraWriHU* Tta**'*r 



Tb* r'uiMlat viO bm b* r»«pon*lbi* lor 
n< r« Ihao At.* lar-iTrvrt ii»*rtMn f* oa* 
aovrruatweai aidrrvd for lawi* iban 

la«u* 



\ KS YOU ASflAMtD TO LOAN VUVII 
lavit m*«*r' B* popular bat* *mtr 
uiAwtr MarMnao aaa put tn r**i food 
rnnditlM^Bl VICTORIA B BIRtlCB 

c'crrH 

TW ^WN MQ.KDI HOSPITAL 
f I4k3 *13 rormtraak 

And raawBtbor a* mII n*« mo*rr<. too. 



Vote* g P)*h*T 
Baaintr* a*r»aada 
Bunn«r 6*>*naAa 



Daw WUb Mualc 
Daw WUb MubM 
BfiapbonrtW 
tr«plMO*tta 



Your IhvlUltaa 



Nt«* 

Pvnrgt* of M*M«y 
la Ku Swp* 

In M U Step* 

N**». nil Pared* 
Nailoa • HU Pared* 
Mai Iona Bit Pared* 
MatlBCu Rii Pared* 



ts Mualc 

Churrb af ibo Alt 
^urrb af u>r Air_ 

Load of Suppoalat 
Land of Suppnajns 
cnurall* SpaakiBB 
Cmtoallt SpoaAia* 

I John PUh»r 
iNtba W**ih*r 
I My Dad* Lnold 
! Mr PiKt r idOl* 

Katina al 

iNoadar Svratas 
I Hr>ur 

iTb* Old Soai* 

Btaritm* 

Siariimi 

SlaMXn* 

Btartiw* 

I BuBimof Drama 
8urnai*r Draw* 
UUI* ermphoala* 



1 II . Mai tlaliaadrr 
I M Bradini ih* Pnnal** 

I g ' H»*dioc lb* Pa aaua 

I as i Land af BuppoiM' 

I U , Lanii of Suppoaia* 

I If . Ray Bkwa Pr«**ata 
I g Ray Btocb Pr«»*BW 

I M I nay Ratrr* 

I II , Ray Roerm 
I 30 Uuiw M 
I g I AJ BollInfhl bB 

« M fvov:** That U»a 
4 IllVoleatThalUTa 
4 If I KaaaU (*alU 
4 g ! Haaaii Ca?U 

b Of Pat)** That H*fr**b*t 
I l> PauwThai lUfraabea 
I M Bn/hamyd Hnur 
• *1 1 Sarnanird Hour 



Rrv. bpriacrlt 



rail of China 



Th* Bhadra 
Tnr Shade* 
ivwriita kii»i*rla* 
CiriMtiv* MTiWrU* 



When aanrarWa Hr|p Wauwd aoronu*- 
Mcnt* d* a*t *r»u.»a artfinal r*t*r*ncm 



Thrnafb Iba Taara 
K*aa 

TTw TIM 0t 
Year Uf * 

Payorti* Rwabasd 
Pavarti* Htubaad 
BoaWB Blackt* 
Boatao Biaekt* 



rail nf riup* 
Aliirleb Paml'y 
Aidricb Pamuy 



Haneit at Stam 
H arnat o f Star * 

Cloak aad t>a*r«* 
Cloak aad DMf»r 
Uanry Mortaa SNrs 
Henry Mor<aa Rbo* 

'VhTpaJci.B 

Tb* Pairnb 
TW Batai 
Th* Salat 



HIIVTIIS 



n»« rtn|rr* 



Rv< HD|*r* Shoa 
fltir Rnarr* Btwv 
Mirk L'arirr 
Nlf k C a rirr 

CHni* Ptrhwra 
f*rinir PlfRlri* 
Altalr* el 



optpd Hour 
l>o»P*i Hour 
Hormd Utri* 
ttom*! Qlr>* 

Plana Pia*r.o»** 
Plane Playbciiaa 
Antbric Timr 
Aaibrm TTmt 



LL UiNeRAL OAROrwiNO, piur*»* 
Ins. aptiyinf. Uan cutllxS. d*n* t* 
irtai-UOh, Call B *JM 

“OARDt*l ROftOTIltio” THt DAY 

r bu phoe* M*d>'e* fo«i iiiraufS 
• ■<* Plant matt i> IIP* 

14. HSDtlBA SHRUBS rRUNBuT 

Mall BlWn _ ^ 

I ROTOTII.UNO PArr smtuC 
Ph.‘«« Hill Mradna* Celfwll* t*P 

I RrrrtmLUNO. ocur. hbbvicC 
Call Bill Maad''** CMS MP 



N**a Haft* Onib«r 
Hatu OruMr 
Han* oruiur 
Han* OruMf 



Rot t(.i(>r* 

Urrh**ii* 

Orehaatr* 



CURIsnON — To Mr ana kin Paul 
Curutan '•■»* oUdi> lin-a:at>, «f Si* 
Doipbib At*uu*. Lu.u laland. KC • uti 
4uoa IJ. lam ki Va.-v "it»r 0<u*{ai 
Haapitai, a dauffiWr, Jai.it Aun*. 



M « «Wrt»m» Tra»>i*r 



STMpartH Xn Indnr memerr *f *ur dad 
~Pnn ■■ k I* Bimpioh. abb paawd aaaj 
Jun* M. 1N7 

Ort 0 *■•• ran ivrrrT fi* lorfoiiao ky U»b** 
oho V«rd bln. 

-Don. Uorlf. and Oraodeblldreic 



N>*| 

Uaii*A fTiurrh 
family TVra’w 
Thiaif* 



Oul Laokbard* 
(lay Lombardo 
mi lb* Jarkpol 
tut tbo Jar kpet 

P*rti Palth 
Ptrry Paitb 
Barky JurdaS 
Raeky Ja rdab 

I CortU* Arrhrr 
iCorlU* ArrbcT 
Horae* K*idt 
I Hniac* Hrtot 



N*a* ManolB* 
Prvailtr Manalns 
prrmirr Uanalns 
Prrmltr Mannlsi 

N«*i Wmtrra Hit* 
Wmitrn Hit Pirad* 
«**i»rn MU Parad* 
Wmuro HU Farad* 



r*tef Sairia 



j.«T*ni.r Jury 
Juirnii* Joiv 
Tru* «• fa •* 
T'-ttf Of fat'* 



T h* P*u»t 
'ptat R*(ir»h*a 
Cnihant'rrai 



M*cliatw>a Board 
MmiawoB Be aid 
pitmrulb R'Ut 



•B OOtmXRX Bora la Cnn«i*ti* and 
M/t V V. da Unuuvi*. hi tjuoai.rt 
S C . a can. ea Jun* U, 13M- Mo:ii*t 
AOd too art de.rs a*4. 



Sam Spad* 

Bam Bpad* 

Summ*r Svraphanf 
Bumairr Hy mpbway 

BuinmcT Byniphony 
Buairaar BfBi phony 
AenKrlraa Album 
Am*ri«an Album 



Slop (L* Muala 
Stop th* Mu*W 
Stop ill* kluale 



I FINER Al. DIRECTORS 



< umrdy «i Srrrir* 



Opera Cep"‘r* 



Waller Wiactwll 
LauMla PartabB 
Crna*foad* 
Cnwaroada 



HAYWARD'S 

6<- PVh'DtAL CO. LTD. 
*iBrublun*d IMD 

Tik BROooirroN rr 



roravOy el Brmt* 
MOM Thrall* 
M ii M ThtaUf 

M O-M Ti>»air* 
Mf. M TUtit* 

N.a« 



C*p*ra C*ni*ri 
R(kO * B.:rarto<<k 
B<Mla 5> lapbMk 



Nra* and PIraru/* 
W ii»ilSiiiiin tor 
Piaar'ire 
Pr«irflp»l« B 

N*a* l^ombard* 
tiuy Lnabardn 
Wait* Kin* sno* 
Ray n* Xiarmw* 

Kra* 

w*4* *niB* 

Strmi and JtAricaa 
Strm and Ronrtt 

Nra* Sawball 
WIL Baarball 
WIL Daafball 
W I L. BaMball 



Ta»i a Number 
Tea* a Nuatwt 



dM SyitenLmn 

• II Syivfb L*fta 
d M I N»v*c-Mt 

• g 1 LaJenUi piachbaekp 



IOOR»-Bo*n Id Mr and Mr* R P 
Uaota. at MU Baiiaoat Af*au*. a tun 

t lb* I «• I, at. Jun* 31. MM. at tb* 
ya‘ JubL** JldiSiia..- Mi‘b*( anil aou 
nr* dfains a*i.'. 



I lOH AM LA?fn*K *Pb WORK RCK*K- 
*'i»*. »av« Saih*. *ir . R o Co>'ti*r. 
CalQ oU* I HM 

ri ARDKNfR-UABDVMAN klX TYPfW 
' X Bar>l*n'’'S laarr rewber r« ptni ins. 
*iira>u<> t*n. ihf I'aintmr Day a* raa« 
ira.T V*r*raa r"fat«m* HKY 



Uiu» Bynipboalw 



Cnmrnird Heur 
C-'0'*oi*rt Ilnur 
f hrut I'huf' li 



Thl* 1. lur-.r* 
TM. l» f..'<P* 
I npo Piu> 

3 <*M PUr* 



Autiior H»«l* CrlUe* 
Lnv* Letter* 

M*«U* 

MaUi* 



rg* It *r Lea** ft 
Tak* l< ar L«a*a U 
Croapy BTa'* 

Craab* Rt>ea 



Parorit* Slog 
Pakonw Slag 
Tb* WhuLcr 
Tb* Wtautler 



Newt Renew 



7 0* I Cnntmwd Rour 
7 Ik I Cunwnud H'-ur 
7 )u fia»or*<i wiiu p'uta 
7 g r.oBtH wuh r.uw 

• M I N'Ot 

• lb Mau/W* Buaibar 
■ M I R«r»tt * IB Mutio 

• g ' Rrti*c:i i l a Muile 

• g Ryaii aad 

a II Hof«ra Shew 

• to Honday Paronw* 
a g • Sunday Pavonu* 

MWiNrw* Wa.UlUBd 
I* It iAa>taum* 

I* M ' Ralph Paablpy 



Raeww 

ftia>ia*r Birinta 
Bummrr Btriosa 



SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 

THt MBMriRIAL CHAPEL OP CHIMIN 
OtfUiKltya Bor«‘<* at iLaaanngia Cbari** 
Tb* Band* Pamlir and AawwiaW* 
QOAOfU AT KORTB PARK 
Day ar Bifb' a*r*lB* • UD 



rROVTRCB - Bora la Mr and Mr* K 
Proeur*. 1171 B*»dl*y S. «i.«* tBf»* 
Bo«l**>. *t U>* JuDuca |l"*bll(l ao Jura 
Skib, a *ou, Itunaid v acisat 7 laa. 



• • *i»t I'Kurrb 



Cl ji.'li B*r*lf* 



Diew PearaoB 



Th* TruUta 
Tb* TiOUrt 
Btmpb.'St H<>ur 
Bymphany Hour 



Bi*«* Aura 



winntp* 

Hiinda* 

Wlnarp* 

Bunder 



Ch'lrrti Ril tv* 
rttaJ a/'r nf Wuita 
Cava<r*'i* nf Uu*lr 



I hrut CliUrtb 

t nri*t CTiuf' h 
ciwUl Cburcb 



Mondav HeadllBW 
Waiwr Wtarbrll 
Laucll* Parn’bk 



Birve Allen 
Bnbay Btrao 
Bobby Byrtw 

R*4 Sbeiiaa 
Red Bkelhia 
tiuy Lombarda 



aocort 



tlirnn Hard* 
Tr**»uij Si'"W 
I t'l' atn Ti'»arra 
M (h* Air 



Th’nk fa«> 
Thin* Pag 
t lU luwal 
Ltc Hucray 



SYrnpbnay Unar 
firmphnay Hadr 
T)s* N«rta«**k 
VoW** 



OHTNO ANn HARINU DOM 
• tm* ft tiai 



Or|an Rental 
Or*Bo Rental 
C.B C . Vanrott** 
■trim Orchtaua 



ltADB»B«ra to Mr. and Mr* B K 
•baur. Ulk Pai’dura Aienj*. a oausu- 
wr. Pa*ru<* a. uw H<.y*l Jub 

HaaaUa.. Jun* 4.. I»M. U'. iier *' 
•auihig dvii a o*.>. 



'|\At4> ORASH nn. nARDSNS AND 
1 baaerirraia riraoM np nifPUb hauled 
aaar Prank Ola*«. <• link 



(>r*aa P»*»nkda 
C:w^* ol Uti 
Aioum of ll•••cnr«*a 



ChKMo Tnedlra 



New* R*uerw* 

Cwm-er' Hvut 

Lea Pr**o*ier 
Lea Biead*iiy 



Newi Oaa>ba.l 
Hatenal) 

Spina* r Baanum 
Baaolum aao Bpnrt* 



Ut to* Air 

World Tnmortaw 
Wor's Toiaoiir’W 



Ibet«di'U* b«i Ttt»* 
Tir* CatboUc Hoar 



Nisht Bditor 
Drtam Hota* 
M*trupeaiaa ChotT 

Ortab MnodWa 
Organ M*:odiea 
Saty Utwami 
N*a* 



Ouafrrelas Cad* 

V**ptr Hour 
V**{Mr H oar 

Prclud* ta Midnight 
Prelude to Mldnidbl 
Prclud* to MMaUtht 

New* 



't ARB ABLE TO DK8TROT COUCH, 
graa* or morn' >g gi-iry tor yau Cat 



MAUBl.\CitS 



Tb* Catbolk Hour 



h*w* 

Voiie of Army 
Oanr* Orii,*> -a 
Daae* Om>e*rra 



L^a BteM 



New* 

Spinner Saurtom 
■piiiper Banetuia 
9Plna«r Baaclum 



II 00 I Bn*wa Pnp* Concert 

It Ik lili«lirn PT'P* C0B(*rt 

it 10 B<Miwn Pop* Cenrerl 

II g ' BMwn Pop* catwm 



lea Br*g*iey 
L«a Br«ad*'*r 
Lea fkr*ac*iey 



Muiw aad tb* Uua* 
Otrnaaira 

N*a* 



CUPPLES - AROUS A> L>.'r*t 
Cgriedi*'. JUB* 3« Mud V*i» 
R. Caiyart nUi^.awd at u>* *i*l 
Latacjii* Sb*i-ak><- *au«<*’''„ 
and Mr* RciHa'u Aegu! iu> R 
Ariati*. tb Jam** Pi«<.a"U bt><d 

t i*», *aa of M a- li Mr*. W.. 
upp.oa, UJ) Uulf*iia Ar*Pu* 



OARDSNisti 

KVTRT TYFI exist BY PXrntT 

Mrs iixnrR PRnrBSHin*i*i, so- 

rrSYtSIAN, NY UOVR OR 01N. 
TRACT MiWBffI RAlSb 
o i*«i t gg ^ 



ii BrrrATioNR wanted— mai.e 



17 RlTl ATIUNS W ANTEIk— MALE 



II WAimU— MALE HELT 



A Complete Tree Service 



UrtJlAl'M. CARPrr. TILBK tSPERI 



ision 



in Vh-inrla. 



1 gulWr and aMii't nan. 

[ood roniya'i M **(.*ri»D.»d men. 



BTlKNTinC PRttKINO AMD 8HRAVINO 
OANOCROtlR TRCtP RtMOVCD. CUT UP 
LAWNS DK-wnento 

Charles A. Cowie 

KVIHINiI 

BI676 B2065 



Siai.sOTO.N-POWlKR-Mr. aod atik 4. 
Spa.'ver fua.ei *- trurf* IPiad k" 
anaaunM kb* a.atria** ul M'*u dci* . 
Mr, A|i.*» Bayii**'.. i> t nu- e* S;..; <• 
tall. *-n «l M. J W. k.'.i.ir‘'"c Ib.l 
H'abanard S' **'. ar-J >"• .*•■ M'* 
Biunfoo ah'.’. oi*>* at 

go*p*i K*' . Jun* >t l*ui. *[ a Pin, 
anb Mr. H L. liup*,>^ oil" lati. a 



Darld M MrCail Jam** M MeC*ft 

Orabaa K McCall Tarn A MeCaU 

and Aiaociataa 

I4W f aacou**/ 8'.i*al Pboat O WU 



iriHT TRCCK AND DHIVKH. II I'SH 
u rp.^i * f 71T7 

'dBuRDir HOSEST,~ RKU~Ani.B. 75-- 
J p*f I..M 1 . r tt Hud*." 110 V Mr A 



11, Co'onut. 



8m»R trxi.sT JOB - PoimoA- 
i.iti. trpiif la'ik. *>de«alk, fteurt III* 
.t I'lfivd lA"rtmat>*n 0 fuaraii’.ced 
• "» lull Mr R rua*immai>a. BISII. 



\VANTC1V PARTS MANAUKR. C'R&YS. 
*7 iM eipetienre, fnr dl*tnkatar*nip on 
Van...u«*f Inland. Biart Jaly 1*. B«i 
•703. CoIenUt 



7 M TelfTUloa Theatre l« B« 

I Aaaaan'ed 

• M Fred Warim Kbnw 
a M 8«n** and Benaiuimy 
ID aa I Supper Club aitb P«iry cai 



I 3k : Bawba'' RegUa t*. 
LO* Aage'e* 

• M super Cirru* 

• SO I Charii* B'Wtlg 8br>a 
7 M . TbU U Bbowoarieta* 



DOWNPIPSH AND e.LTTTRH 
I virR Bt'k>"lALty ot’ARtMKJM nCHV 
" ’ !.■* a. m.'d*’*'* l*‘e« fer f-e- f.’t 
maw* *■< rep*.' nc. r«r,e*i g r*«i.ng 
Ph'r.**lM3T. 0*1* r<l («*>". .y* 



kVTBD- n^ATOR AMD BCUJtOT. 



V RrrtRK DRAIN INNTAUPD OR Rg- 

I'airyi leineix *>.'i bnilUMr* latg* 

nr ainall '-eiMcnt mnei l.<r rear wiih man 
nr Bkl'riai** P*(ll’i*'e< gU rr. IT teat* 
o Mai'.wt <lta^« 

\ Lniu> DTR Ptifi pnrt firriMAT* 
. r a>.y r*p*ii. a e'ation Pian and 
. .'.orui 'bui 1.(0 l■.•tI a oUB to* be p 
Ml *' e*o*"ei red au '■>*- 



quiet Difbltf g Maderato Ca*t 
CDAnPtS PVHBRAL CRAI’KL 
i^r«*rly Curry'a* 

Pboo* a Mia 

Dppgiw Cbriii Cburcb Cftbedral 



• ’ oter II year* o> •(*. permanent poai 
'inn '« ilglii p*rty Apply klgiagrr. Oaag 
•a* H"i*' 



IS TEA<’iIER8 W ANTED 



1« W ANTLIf— rEMAlX HELP 



■INLi.XTTBON Mr. ard Mu h*".*r 
ititaon, quamicnaH Ink*. t<ai.'*<' R' 
anuouee* ib* mama** ul «»-e'r «•. 
daUgbWr fri'tl'r AmIi*. to JW' 

H'Bd. aariwd ***" vl M»- M ."'"r J 
tirturtai, 111 #'"J th* Mr J f 

Ui»d Th* **d.liig inu* pi*'* ai 8 
patet • fiiufh. q (•mirr'an, an June 3 
Bi 3 P m , O'Ui IWt kfirnart lo.*Bia< 
DO. rt'ior ioiab»P'*|e.* wi M* Aov«ue 
•fliiiating. 



11 BITCATIONN WANTED 
EEMALE 



I IOW8R CHAIH BAUi t'DI) Ji*»B tX>RC 
1 1*1 one * a**? 

pOWfR lAWX MOWIWU PATS8 PKA- 
I »nn*nie O II if 

I IKI.IABLR M1"M S''H(XiL NOV Ilf- 
k • M biimmr a.*’* U**( Coti"'*f 

etpeneti.e g TBu* 

U oriMB 'rAlNICD inrAN WOHIC 
■aanl|.b nn'r Albinn 3l* S 



10AT AND Bcrr 8ALBSLADT, WIPBRI 
•net ar(**aary. Apply DAUairdi. 7M 



7 * parimeni M'lai h**e etperlenre. 
Apple in ivr*eat>e( ti*o*riin*r>i, Pouilb 
Pinnr, HudMu • Bay Company 

\\*ANTICt>-i MK.n’ to WORR IH WAKH- 
7* ranm Apply Economy Steam Laup* 
dr* got John 

U 'ANTTD’ yoUNo'mAN. KTBADY EM- 
ptoymexi. Apple Mi-kmon Tr* Hard- 
aar* Ca. Urt . 1311 Quadra St 

U ’ANTKf^ORAPTRMAN OSSD TO PA 
lent werk* Ult* piton* numb*r and 
rvterear**. Apply Bni M7k CaimUi 

U 'AN^D^ EXPERfENtfil PL'^TRCrK 
dr'eer fnr n'fln ahlU. Willing and 
tellable PTim.e Cl «m 



FLOWLR8 



\ RTisifc voitNo WOMAN, wtm 
teneiai'*! akper>*t"a ana ge..trg 
*011 i> d**.-e* pniilMn iiUter li.ao kiei.iM 

grap^ii- Aia f«f' 4 alnt itt 

kAC nOUBSn PANfRIi OfNKBAL 
-*« rleart-itp. watninc ** 11 * ana itfan.i.g 
UklRiapet M aOM. eierinf. 

\ tlt’LT N*NY - SrrnNO, eVRNDa.B 
anit Phrne <l <7.U Mr* Anderaurt, 



/ tOMPAhlON POR BI.DIRLT WOMAN 
' ' In Ih* tsuniti Very light bnuM- 
aork B('» •kSfl CataaUt 



X LrrNAit'iNa iinivrwavn ems- 
aaU* reacr*. rtpur*. Nr.ihlnj| lao 

li^aii PMM 



\ NV FLORAL UEftl'iNS at kwwat pneaa 
N M ptn aek. I3l» txiugiaa OUU 

U RrtWNs” TICTOHIA NimSEWl*-^ 
<igi3 pmatt* freta dally fraia our 
■•an greetiiiOuWA W* leiegrapb flower*. 

aid V>«a 

i*ALL~B3m. DAT OR NUlHT. POR 

7 In.iUt flotal det'fni 

SWtn HEART PI/0RI8T8 _ __ 

I YL/iWtRH FOR ALL OfCASIOHE. ALL 
I chii r . aetldlngf h<"»l*, *'r Awoel 
|.r«* IVi e« ««■? reaannabi* 0 3770 



/NAPABLT OSNKRAL HRI.P. 
' tail . (im* creartai ui 
Phnae OM4I between 3 • p 



HE TOI'H runORS ErT*TUKO' t«3BB 
■...ir la.-.g iree* iy net cal', 



MAY MOWINtl 

OTANIBY HUNT TBACnriR SmYICB- 
^ Pli'.iglilrf •'•'•I. I. e» »»*•'. g and 
Wte’i'g Ferd Pergu»e'j. 8 13*1 I'.i »#'ie- 

(aeitnii 



4APABLB HOUSBKKBPCR TO TAU 
lull r-natt* mnrieen aii-eiectrw bom*. 
Bok BOSS. ColanlM 



\ nfAnoNARIB AND RSI.IABUI JOB. 
Iii.u'e* •liet*iiM'* and repair* 

inmr * II 4 1 1 « 



|*a per monlh 



tHII.nS CABS StRYirS •*p«<iei.r*a 
' hat>r-«llier* R MU O P7t3 alter IB a m. 



I .ten fiN nrWBBN. TUB WIAIKB, 
rn. rr#'e W ll'l' ll Phnii* RlViaj 



Nimss 

-oouired 

IP>T*U 

BC. 



I * SNERAL DUTY NURSES O'. 
X X A.de* >wilb ••per’enrri I3<. 
for July Ut al CHILDBEK'B HO 
SM Wrti Wlh A**nu*. VarTBUeer 



OAIIBMAN. REtJABLt rNgni.FTir 

Ik tear* elc«rlen'e In grn»r. am 

leillle lint*. WlHli'i la l'**el Ba* *•«" 
Camnut 

wtlRfiNiJ 
c' anrk 



•APABLE BCL7Afll.K lAOY PoR BAbV' 

•Xllng IlgM heu*e*nr| a MMl 



K8NCUMR A hONB. PLABTERtNO 
*. ■! R>i|m*i(* f’ee B lag 



W'ANTKD OWNfR WITH TRUt.TK TO 
7* heal lag* Ainin leunber Ca . 3ld 
Johnann Street B TS** eeenlnia nMlk 

U 'ANTED- B3U*tRIENCBD PlKHmUAN. 
muM uaderiUad Die*al^ o MTl. 

\’6un6~ man ss"si. WXTH ACCOONT- 
a ing knowledge and etperlenre. fur 
•al** onK road conrvra. Apply In hatid- 
wriiipf (tBiing afe marit«l »tata* and 
aaiary eraiUred, ta Rnt t#3t. ColrvnUt 

VOCTO MAiT" fob ~DRT~CLlAKlNO 
1 buktnew Apply Safaaay EHy CleaoifA 



rUnntR PtORIBT. NRkR JURILC 
* HnepUal *'I fUrg d**igr* 

C'ttaior* ^ Dmiartlro Floral OMigna 
THE tNLAKU FLOHIHT 
7liA Vaie* Btrecl ■ d74S 



•qt'MiHE EBIFH M* ai.'l Uf* a Ea.er. 
•14 Awn* Knart l^nairtiit, b* ■" 

nnuitea tna marrieau nr uteie jnunief 
aaugb'U. !•*■* ♦'•-.r., iq 
R. teii'* |eQa*«<n' ee.nnd *»n 
and Mr* t. r ieq.'»*<.e. kl Letgi' R*r*'l. 
t^i'alaru, hi ri.» ••-•I'liia ."I P-er* 
IB Pir»i Uwied riiuien. ttnariA «a 
Jurte 21 I7M, with XUt OuuglaJ b Carr 
afikUiing. 



«OOn HolkB AMD RPHUMERATION 
I Inf Binlbcr a help 1 k42S 



k rilC OR BANBMBNr ROOMS. BUILT 
*\ *i lew 'OX. *l(" garage* M4II* 

lyRiriCWORK CHIMNUys. PIRS- 

I* al*>-r«. bii'kt»'’t» nf B"« kit'd *'•• 
t'nth.* tile *<>rk. liraaaiiA luma'* raama. 
•tr . re^.air were a*'iai*>.uaB guarantoea 
P Emilhoell Q SXH 

I »H|t K WURR ANU'CIMMNEYB TOPPED 
X 7 4'.iar*nieri1 Plrep;*'*' Na Job t«a 
in.*' ar t«»o laif* Pie* (itimiw* and ea 
oaiif*-<rin Bill neiMuti AltMon IIET 

M IUCK7WiRK.~CHIMNtfr”ANu“>iH^ 
I'lare* auht aad repaired B IJSl 



BOY. Ik. WANTS HOIJDAT 
eld >oK* ia*>>* It Igik 



l.tlXIERLY lADY PBBIRV PtWHIOH 
I J aa hniiaekeeper lo t*"<Vt»*fi r*m- 
fnetabw linm* mot* Impnrtant Ilian high 

*M** R“l WSk CMnnIai 



AIROKBUER WANTED 
U M7a Of B TtlJ 



T ireu rruLEO and bucrfd by »> 

perlerwid pear- taa meii No in' 
ton large ve naail P.Mta>*iu I"* 
lOM R«rhaid*oa B1 f TSk3 



TBACHBR WANTBO 
FOR 8CKOOL OIBTRICT NO • 
iPoseo Riy*r Koribi 

1 ,'XPEfUE.Nt'KO TtACUER REQUIRED 
J fnr Upper Nalfway. Thta arhool In 
y*ry rimnw *t*A not aaaily acreaajBi* 
Tanperaawni muat ae guiwd to iteiaiod 
BMi pecuUar rwndliioni Salary paid af- 
fording u KbodBla plai Itolauea bnnua af 
gSWW and lra**Ung alloaanre af IMSO 
on ftr*t appotntm*at B’.ala age. e*p*ri- 
•DC* duaillitauap* and wrtUiraUaa la 
1U*1 Icutr Mi. 

R O. PLAIN. Bee -Ttana. 
Bchaal OiUOci HA SB. 

B« 301 

Part Bt John. B C 



THE POSY SHOP 

KtN ROBINSON — florist 

rifOM a kU3 PEMBERTON BLOO. 



M anaiibrerr fob cosumc ctm- 

r««aiMi, «mart woman with aiwn* 
eaeruUy* gilUy. Apply York Baauiy 
Baiun. 



r^NOUBH WOMAN DEBIREB POStTION 
I J at nar*e-tuaip*ni»a ar aimi.ar. ling 
Mtk. Caunitl 



rpWO VrYKRANB — TREES TOPPED. 
I fetVd and buned PuU rrap«naiMUtf . 
Cbaip **a B auM. a kg« 



1,'LDERl T LADY WILL COOK EVBMINct 
4 J meal far geniUawn or baaine** cohpi*. 
* 1*0 mlad (hildren EUIt. 



VICTORIA AUTO 



AID WANTED 
Court. W Oorgd Road. 



l.rKINNOK ACRIVENER Mr. and Mr* 
Oiarle* V INnytner. kkJS Cateadun 
AvcBu* anaaui-e* th* siarnage af ihcir 
daugMer. I**1».'.a Aftfi*. to Kuo*rt H*»» 
MacKini.on. auu Of Mr and Mr* INra- 
ald MacKinnnn. U*a Chapai*« Sttt«l. 
wlUCb took p >r* Jua* 34. IHA. kt • 
B.m . at Bt Mary * ChuMb aiih ven. 
Arobdoaaiaa A b d* U Nuaaa aiiiuauag 



34*a Quadra 



a tOPPINO, PET-LINO. lUiCKINO, TWO* 
man ebain caw O W pgiiiiet. Col- 
Sttiia ai, evening* 

V'^B ANTTHINO CLEAN BASt- 

7 meotg. Truca ar.d llfbt de.iyerr 
O 4113 



I MONL'ME.STAL WORKS 



H aving troubie ormNo het-p 

fer hoiuewort. (leaamgy Then tall 
the Mudera Maidi Madera aaeipmeni, 
eeporietited help, by th* b«ar or day. 
O IMk day*; O 7M1 atgbu 

BPir AND SPAN 

n OVBBTLBANINO SSBVirE- WAI4E 
and floor* a *p*efalty Modem eauip- 
mem. iiptrttnrg woraera Pbea* <•*** i 
O 3«k 

>MMIH>lATt DAaV. WKEKrY CARI 
1 af children while yas varaflon B Utk 

I adV would ~uke”to' read to 

1j blind. eidMty or inyaUd p*r»an*. Be* 
•sit. Cal«al|t ^ 

I tIJAL . STENOORAPHm' PRXX rYili 
J Bllitig In wae« new (I JMt 

pRArnCAL~'NtTIJit”POB DAT ’ OR 
R rg 



URSE POR BTAPP DUTU8. PRIVATt 
bnapital, Uea la CaU la p*r*oa, lX7d 



V 'lLTURiA UONUMBKT CO.. 34PI 
Uaufiaa Stie«i. B kUA Monameou 
and table;* of duiiagiaa _ 

BTrWAni UO.NUMENTAL WORKS. LTD 
igi Mar Str*«t— U ygx— BatabtUbed lasd 
Curbing labldA Marker* and Mooum«nu 



ATTENTION! CARRIER BOYS 

Th* Btandaid r«duir*a a few amart carrier 
boya. b*tw**a tba ag«* B-13 y*ara. far 
bom* dclifcry •ernra Is etwig city leca- 



IkHfr'KWOnK. CHIMNEYS AND PIRB- 
1* piarM butii and repairad E bdbl 

Pqt'kRX DEAL CONSTRuenON~” 
/kARPFhrnV. ALTKRAnOKS. RRPADtB. 
7 .■ frnring. addiiloo* Any repair around 
Ih* him* NoiMni tao raall 1 43d0 

7 Ml M E N t ' W O R K. POUNOMTOHB. 
X Boar*, •idewalgi. *Ic SrptK Unta. 
t;.» dtgoi. irwcri Baiikfartian fiikraa- 
teed Cembrn A Und*r«oad E >7kl. 

r vViTpentb v~ ksTAms . alicrationb, 
' addiuobi kca*oa*bla raiaa. B*t 



Yate* St 



/ kNE WAmmS AND PART-TIME KIT- 
7 ' eheo help Apply Sk43 Douglag at 
Hillald* No phob* eafta 



W'UL CLEAN RAEKMENTB. BACK- 
7 7 yards Trucking al all ktnda. B *3lt 
or o 7 317 

W'ANTKD — piosmON AS HOt£ 
7 7 clerk. Can lak* charg If D*r***wy 
Boi MN. Caloniit. or O lilt 



Mad* 'u Vaiur ' Own Puiuaal Daglgaa. 



THOMPWON-DAVtB - lo TiftoriA Thurs- 
day. Juno 33nd. IPM. thO marriago lu.K 
aUoo al Bariba 1. Uavu ta lUgmald J. 
Tbompaon. 



Bora lnur**t*d la aaillng thta papular 
w**k>*nd nvwcpaper, pl*aa« telepbono 
ESUk Bey* living In **nlr*a otb*r than 
cKy. pleas* Ptlt* PO. Boi 30. Tlcterla. 



COMING r>XNT8 



A BARREL OP PVH 

\ N OLD-TIME DANCE EVERT BATUB- 
day. Cry*ig Oarden Lever Ballrpom. 
•-(3 nomst**d*r*' Oirhtstra'. Beginner*' 
eiaaa. t JO Krire* All welcom* bOc 

V CADEMY OAKCtNU. PBNCINO— OUJ- 
*V tuna claaa Monday; OMdern. Wad- 
n*4d*y. ■ ta beamnerA Tbutaday. • 

B 1*41 JOIlDousU*. 

A REAI' OLD- TIME 0AN(*B BCAPTB 
Orrh*«trA KIBgi Rd HaU. erery Bat. 
aigh*. • Pta Aduuamn Me Co9a« 

M INOO EVERY~PRIDAT* I PM, ESQUI- 
ma't Cr<tnmuniiy Club. kJO Slurde* 
Str*f> O t’H 



WANTED — PAHT-TIkkS WORK OAR- 
77 dening. p*lMii>g. tnugh ratner.rrv and 
lawn ratling B MdA betoem • and 10 a m 



F or the PORT bt johh elemen- 
larr High Behoof. Port St John. B C.. 
(ar S*gt*mber. lOkS. 

Two high krhiml warber* Major aufeJeeU 
•oeial *tud.** ar.d cumm«tcial 

Balary achedul* a* fi'lflbk' . 

•3.000. SB 03 300-44.100. BA 13 J0O-I4.3OI. 
An Uolallon benn* af 0104 pw r**r «U1 
b* paid lb addiliee lo th* abuse A 
travellag alleaanea uP >o tb* lom of 4M 
u glowed on first ODpulniment 

The Part St Jehu Bchool will h*«e • •'*« 



OEATII8 



74 W after 0 pm 



'ANTK&-OOD JOB PAfNlTNa. OAR- 
denlnf, air O 1371 



CART8fk-Oa Jon* 33.Takft. at th* Royal 
jublM* Mo«tili*l. wmi*m H*uty Car- 
ter *i*d 00 yoars. betavrd butaard of 
El«ta Cortai. of Mta EpaorUi Bueei. 
Ooa Bay. lormerly nf OTj p*irti*id 
Rood Hoatan bu wit* ba >• •uryivcil 
p« too uaugbtor*. Mrs. L. E. X«ua*«» 
<cir«n4*i of Vktoeia and Mrl ■ 
BUisbaio iPbylUs' of Vancwtei. RC. 
two srandrhiidren. Mlrh*sl ati4 Paul 
Kenoem, h.* moihet and t»« *i*t«r* 
IB AngUrifi II* waa a m«mb*r of ta* 
|Ddepei.d*Ai Order of Pvr«Meis 
PunerM *Fr*ir*s wiu bo n*Jd irnm ir.* 
TTwainio PunerM H"tne «n Moiinay af- 
ternoon. Jun* 30. lOta. ot i Jb pm. wiib 
|h*v. K. i- Band*r.-o(k afliMotx g L'ro- 
•auoB. iHo iiowar* by r*su**l « 



f vemlnt mixer. CLECnUC. WriH 
7 rabber-ureo abeeibarrow. |J M per 
d*y. dr.ivered O OWO Ikk B»ulct*rd Av*. 

7sn(CNT~WORK. PLAIN, PAN^TcOU 
V. an. floors, wslka drieeways, form 
balldir.g L«o (Mt Pie* •tllmates <3 0443 



A BETTER JOB — E8191 

rOUR TANR PUMPED OUT Wrm OUR 
•PBCIAL EQUIPMENT AND CONTKirTE 
HADLED AWAY 

Pbea* for lafvrmaUoa ana APpeintant 
Prompt e«rvt** 

BAANICn SANnARV A EEPTIC 
TANK SERYICB 



I P YOU CAN TALK YOU CAN SILL OUR 
new r**o>uUnnore *lortrtc*i aroi ict 
W* train mrn. women itudenta for fall 
or aart-iim* **ltlng direct to hem** Mak* 
real mc-aev Immedtauir Writ* leday U 
Oept. CL. PO Bet SPA SSemil len On'eDo. 

piCH OPTORTUNITT POR tXPERI- 
Ik etwad dirtri lo-wearer **'**iaea Bell 
naUrngiy-ftamus Rieteoa *Mrt* made la 
measure Lt'ierM rwwmi**Soa* BM repeat 
biMinvt* wnie Sie'snn Shirt Compaay, 
INMig Bia'Ma C, tsu..:.*a< 



Bight duty 



U SPINtD LADY wrrH NURNINO EX- 
anneace wiU ra*< for in*aild Preo 
lo tiavii A**il*g* l*< ores la July 
Relerence* No* Skis Calani«s 

I »ltlABLs'wOMAN WOULD LIKE 4 OR 
k • boor* wort dolly g mulher i h*'p. 
Ba* 1107 rolonUt 



PSAIL THE HOUSE DOCTOR - Wf CAN 
7 pr*<eriM to* year rrpolr*. amMl or 
large anyinint tt7Y3 et*u 

r 'rriMNCTS~PtREPt7Ar’EE BUILT RE^ 
7 pkired aaiittanarut R Meesan. 
n I3M 



ESPONSIBLB HOOSEKEKPIRTO 
' Uk« full ebarg* at bom*. *l*«p la. 



af U and an eoroUmeni nf o«»r too ( o 
■trwtllon ot a new Jt -Sr High will toi 
mane* this year P.*k*a aiat* luH p« 
tieular* r* rertiflcaUen. *tp*rl*rt* a 
ipeclM sgaUnraitao* ta Sisk Mtt*r to; 

•*c -Trsai . 



VQUARt DANCE AS YOU LEARN ROLL- 
^ *r livni EaUraom. every W*dae*day, 
• as to 11 30 P m Free laauurUaa. Prtae* 
noa**ieidrr*' Or«ba*trn AdraUilan 00*. 

M cMOIlRANYi~BEASCDt DANCINO PA- 
viiiM. cxrdeva Saf. Doaeing by Ih* 
*e*. *<*i-y Raturdar gght, 0 to 13. ftatur- 
li'g Rian Croo* and M* oisnestra Admlt- 
•itn 7k< Tacabaia pribe* 



S TKKOORAPRER JUIQUIRXD IIUdKOt- 
atelr by larg Dnanelal IniUtuUaa 
Muet haeo tbonband Poaitiaa offer* good 
opponuatim for *in|lo girl. Phan* Mr 
Brown or Mf OrUvo botwo*s Sam. and 



/ sANPtNTRT. HEPAIRB. ALTKRATtONS. 
7 ' guiterA ia*h card* *U , aa >Sb tao 
amall ML** Aawyii. t IP70 



U. O PLAIN. 

■ D N* 00. 

Boa 3M. 

Part St Jaba. BC 



UTKNOORAPNKIA JUfTT ORADUATTD. 

BM*3 

Y " T*ENTAOS~boiL~ W A R T a 

wpporMAliy to go eg innther'a help u 
reanri far Bummer willing and rapohlo. 
oasii 



GUTTERS - DRAIN PIPES 

COMPLXTK SERYICB 
WB DO NOT CANTABS 

INDUSTRIAL ROOFING CO. 
E3660 



T louoijui - rrutwr work, larob 

I 'ar •mall Joha wrirnos* Prompt mryte* 
Pbea* rktal^ 

TvikISHINO CAVSH^V, ITRST^riisB 
I onre gwaraateed b<*u»e repair* *iura- 
tloas addition* Low thargva O0S03. 



Jirf C I RD— fa Ylrtorta. on Joao U lOM 
(Marl** Kanry Jaliord, aged 0i yvatSL g 
1010 Clawtbarp* Avenue barn lb SiiO- 
toad and a r*Nd*nt al Vlsiuria faf Ur* 
■a** I* year*, for II y*«rs a l"rmer 
fwoldmi af Kecina. Bata. Surviriog ar* 
aa* broth**. Praat M Tutarm. ilues 
mmarA Mrs B. L. Ba>*A af Vlriorla. 
AnbW lb England, and May to South 

(tov^%. FIX* will oopdort fuB«rg **r- 
fkaoa to Bk. Luk*'* Cbarrto C*dar RiU 
ri^nid aa Muoriay. Juna SC IMO. al 
S IK (awriBMit to Um cborvbsaid Mr- 
Call Brea' Punarel DtrMton (in imu af 
naworc frtoadi m dasuiag gear •anitibute 
to Um BaUriun i 



rpHRCB PTOLT EZPBiRfXNCED ROOF- 
A in* and InsoUllon aaloamen by *M- 
•*tab:i*hed Arm |IM manthly mlnueam 
fuaraiiieed to right men Be* 0071, CXt- 
anUt 

U ’A.NTTO.~BV bLD-'nTABLiafr» 
firm, 3 yeong •orrf«tl* real **iata 
•aletmen. BaperWee* not *«**niial. U*t- 
lAgi aad aserr •onNdvraUon aflered In 
aor eang*otai afDea Oar affiea ba* baeo 
advlfad at tbU toaerttan. Boi Uls. Cal- 
antot. 

WXXTTB IhrMBDlATSLT POR PULL DX- 
7 7 farmatlaa haw sa uublUb a Raw- 
letgb boslnes*. Oood praflt* tor bovUerm. 
Car des'rable PleaaanL prafltabla. dignl- 
n*d work WDt* today RawUtgb'A 0*pL 
VrO-r-ltd-IM. Winnipeg 



S TBNOQRAPKBR WITH OBNBRAL 
oSra otpaOeaea. for now wbalmal* 
builders' subM'** in Tirtorla. Apply la 
persao. (007 Btara Str**i_ 

1 ~^RniirfLT~NBKoiEO. RKLLkBLB IPO- 
' man or glri far bauiewarb aad aaMst- 
nn<-e Pith tP* amall abUdreo aad caa- 
vakoaela* SMlJwr, bwura. 10 30 * m. to • 00 
p m. daQy ampi Busday N. A .I^Imb. 
Trar ItaaS, Olya P.O. Cestoid 0i> N 

\’'XTIRD<AilIAN WANTW TODNO LADY 
7 lor aaswmiajt uiyphana and daor 
between 0-A O tlOS *y^nln|a 

U ^RTK^^OUNO utbir pcm book- 

htfping machfn* operaiar. *xp*ri*a«* 
bat neccasary. Muat bate np*ri*ae* tn i 
bnnkkaeplag Ooad epporteolty to l**ra 
whli* you tara. Etal* ag* Beg BTIS. 

Ceta nTaV 

WAJ*^^ oenbral'hoobework 
V* —A woman b*t«**n th* ag** at g to 
M n*n-smok*r. noo-dunkn, privai* raam 
and bath. Okt a month. Abply Mrc 
Aobtan. Lak* Road. Ouncae. B C _ 

WANTKD^UAUPIKO BEAJidSTRnBEa' 

7 7 preferably *tp«rt*n«*d tn factory ara- 
deeuan. wam*n'* wi*tu.g apparel Goad 
wag**, permaaoat work Apply Parker* 

ufg Co , L»d . 77 k To pg Af*nu* 

U *ikinTO~lXbT OVBR~ir" TO TAKE 
lomplgto rbarg* of hwao and 3 chU- 
dren. Jaiy 0-3k Da- tor order* swtb*r 
•way far a r*tf BOIO. 

I \\ rArntEBB 'wAjrrn oooo waobs 
7 7 and warkiM aeadtue&g. App<r Tip- 
Tap Coft*a Shop, carb*r Jahaaas aad 
Star* 8i 

U '*AlTRBSB-CXI>SIUBNClb WATniaBS. 

foU or part itoM Apply tn t^aon. 
Maatatey R*«taura at. Doos'm aad IfUMSd*. 

\\rAi>TEO- LADV^TOR PAET'-nME^jN 
7 7 bakery, from 0 30 to 0 30 am Bm 



11 Sm'ATIONB WANTKI^MALe 



/ ktD-TTMa DANCt EVKBT WEDNBB- 
7 r dar. Bmaama hnditMtum. an Arena 
Way «nd carmoranl, Biewan* orcbegra. 
O^ll; aoc 

* |LD-T1MB~DANCS EVKBT 'SATURDAY. 
7 ' bight. Ptawr Bt Hall Mr*. Bow*** 
Orrbeitra; mniirM pula and apo4 dantm: 
•-I3 pm. AdmisaioB 00* 



A BirriR CXMBNT SXPTIC TANK. 

groeaMraR Ula drato Inmgiad. 
elMn*4 repaired. BpMtolut* aa wet baaa- 
nrau Advto* an draiaago problem* 
Warkma* fully otparUarad Cbssent part 
•f ail Irpac Bsmp pump* tostolied 

OOKDOH BOTLBB 

Pbama B3SS3 Itil BtyMa 



u KresnoG and convaleb 

CENT ROMES 



rsKNDUL CONTRACTORS— IIOVBB AC- 
uratlana. repair vark. atmeni fa«»> 

dailanA aldepalk* dr 1 *ew*yc_gta . f*e*a 

building Esumaiea free Bg •ociract ar 
ha«u Call n JSM, betoeon k 30 p m and 
1 p m O o W ranii A Nan 1434 Mertl* Avo 

H ouse ufttno. -c^eht 'driyb^ 

wayi aueralitins of any kind. No 
hauM luo n d to fit Ole* ma o aali. 
Phane O Ollt 

H OCSEB framed by LABOR COW- 

lr*fl_8M40_ 

N ew HOMn. ALTKiuTibyfR and r» 
pain Einmatev glean B B Weto 
mirer _ Phare B IM3 

I 'lLANTIfl AND KTOCCO CONTRACT3NO. 

Quality work Prao oftimatac W 
Emttb B Eaai B 4gj 



fXLOVKU.T INklVATS HOSPITAL LTD — 
7 ' Fully »U0*4. grad**** Bar*** Medl- 

sal. rahta'eerenta, ahrnalca. UM Clavedf 
Te rrar*. I TJlk 

/'VAK tdobs — FlUVATB HOBMTAU 
7 / medUai. (enfal**«*nt and (hraata 
pa'Icm* rallf-tr«>nas narolng •toff aa 
duty day and aigM MM Quadra BSSJI 

CTADACONa' OUUT ROOSB-VACAJ7CT 
^ far *id*rly peraaa ar •anvgaaarat. 



A I FAFtaHANOlMU. FAfNTINO. ETC. 

Ouaraatawd work by *«peru We aia* 
da flanerm repair* Asm* D**araier*. 
EOTfi. ttklO- 1st 3F r*oc* 

BETTER JOB AT A BETTWR FRU.-K 
UuUBcUe* «gterwe palbUad and la- 
lertar 4*4ttraUat Heart CasiM. Idtl OM 
Bay Avenue BVta. Ul33o 

A llotypes OF DECOR AT iNo- 
lUaaanaa)* prlraa. itperl purkman- 
totp Fhaa* O ffTPI aad Xeailag t7R. 

B^PECOHA'nikO AND 'fAFERHANo'- 
lag A rir*i-«lam tap by Harold and 
Bob t MTS and Q liOl 

A CALL TO OTJifroB TOUB FAINT- 
Ing decorailns and epraytr'g 

I «7 TTM-FAfNTINO AND DBCORATINO. 
J plaataf patchlaf. paparbanglng 

4170 - FAINT^INO AND FAPERHAKO- 
tog Na >pb taa imaU 

F 7EPtiuENCntD~' PAIKTER WANTS JOBS 
J BaUaiactlon goaranwad. ehargm mad- 
•rate Deanla, Btals _ 

pT •tkf-IcRAWFORU — FAPKHh'aNOIHO. 
C*aia*ttr paiehing. windaw gla**, repair* 



I 3BOSPBCT LAKE CO-OFK3UTTVB FLAT 
1 tirowp will hold lit cloaing ma Wed., 
June 30. Id a m. at th* Angl<ra« Bund*y 
tohaol. prt,(|"-ei Lake Fubllg tntli*d. 
Slieer «oUecUo(L 



A ll BLOCKED. CLOOOKO DRAINS 
Septic Unia. grsaa* trap* Inaialied. 
clcnned. repaired. Wet baoeosMU guar- 
anlewd aud* dry. Any cement work A 
34-haur **rtUo AU •sperlenMd werkm*A- 
■ 0333 Van UM Comeni Beretc* 



BBBVIB— At tba roaldet.co, 111 David* 
Skraak. so Jun* 31. 1*00. Predcrirk Wu- 
ne» R**e*t. aged M year*, barn In 
LmhCUOiir*. Bng'Ciid. and bad been a 
rmideni at Saaairb far f<Mr yeara He 
Uae*a hi* wtf*. Wiollted Park«r Keevea. 
at hom*. formerly al INiace Atb*ri. 
BMk Mr. Ke«ve* Aerved wi'b lb* 
HN.WM.P. fuc 13 yeatt, Mserg J»*r* 
m Frlnr* Albert. 8w« . and two years 
in lb* Yukon gold ru*h He *>*0 •ervej 
in tba Ur«*i war «''b the SitaibeMoa 
■aga* a* lUuianaut, «w Invg.tled haia* 
toward tb* end af iha war Alter It * 
war he aarred *• farm InitriMtor Ig Uic 
Owmiman Initlan U*»artin*nt *'-d mtat 
bad ba*o witb th* Victoria Mi-hlMiy 
UapoL rauung In I3g _ _ 
PusMxg from HgwgUs BC. Funeral 
Chap«l •“ Nand*^ .ton* H, 1*70- at 3 Ik 



II WANTED— MALE IlfXP 



Canadion-American Firm 
Estoblished 100 Yeort 



V BSlnlANT POLICP CTH'Rr CLERK 
AND OFFinAL BTKMOORAFffKR tot 
work with CorporaiHMi of tbo City of Vie- 
tar.a. B C Frtivrably und*r ft teori ot 
act EaUrv rang* llttM-OICSM p*r 
launlh Applicnau should po«**as Junier 
Mainculaiien or its aqulvalaol. Most b* 
neat, alert, aanarientUus. abt* to meal ih* 
puirtir, and prwflrlaot In sburtband and 
t*plng AaoUcatkini tiallng ag*. quautica- 
tiofl* esp*(t*ar«. minimum •'•aifir.g •alary 
r*QUired and oarl'etl date *«r*ic«* will be 
avaiiiMf ar* to M (ubn'Ued la own 
handwriting to tb* CTialrman, CteU Sore- 
ue C<N*imiure. City Hsil. noi U(*r ih*if 
0 as p m . JvM 3«ih. IkM 



A Brrm cash dkal-we fix 

radwt aad appaanrea ta rear own 
hem*, day or night, nay dittnit Very 
raaaanabl* r*ta*. madam asulpmrni, auar- 
antaod maurtot and warkmaasbio Homo 
Badta B*rei«*. OIMl days. E SOkO •■m 



Bt‘ MABT'B FBIOBY 

ST. GRtGOR'r-BY-THE-SEA 

A oaaeaUoreat homo praetdlag bans* earn- 
fana and goad auraing aara 

ST. MARY'S HOME 

ta aldarly saopla aaedUig apang ears 

THE PRIORY GUEST HOUSE 

iTIm OUnsbMi ftoMii>-A raet bama fat 
aldarly p*apl* aad aafcvg*a»aato 

ta particBlar* regarding tb* abwva nawpos 

-MBd r*p*reaiiaai, apwy bt Upry * Frtaey. 



3 SALESMEN 
CAR ESSENTIAL 



A UDIf Dta AC«>UK 
<V keeping. Fiyrnll. 
erogt oaUactlng Baaa 
Um* ar maaibiy Fam 
B73S7 PI any uma 



HATT YET Wim TROCK WILL CALL 
aad g*an up ha**m*wu. baekyrnds 
baulavarda. Fbona BooUl. O IMS. 



|»U8 AND TAXI DlUVKRE WANTBD- 
l7 0 «od panor.gUy Bg dneer apo'.i- 
(*rU mgt haea preeloDB bu ar braer 
• rura esperlenc*. Tail driver appliranis 
must ha«* Clas* “B' Haeaces Apple N^ 
ltan*l tmplotDeni Oftie*. Jnbaton Bl 

U OY~TO~ WORK~ IN ’dAKKRY. OOOO 
eppartunilv Iw team Applf at 
Adrian * IbJl Eetesan Avenue. Willow* 



nROLUk— On J«* 3iPl. Plnrenra «»ef- 
aUa paeeed away la Virioei*. She wes 
warn lo ItaQr and w** a resideni g 
F*ral^ B.C. Mlotw ennona fa Vtduna. 
Bba la turtletrl by a dauehrer. Mri O 
orwchkop al Tammg Wteb Fraeets 
rnr (he repw* 4> b*r *wui will be eaid 
mo Bundai. Juna 5k«b at I P m . al 
CbeaUn'i Fiinerai Chapel, 
pxneral beeeic* will b* #«H>ducled bn 
imiday. Juna amb, at 0 am. from Pi. 
odr*w'* Cathadral. followed by InUrment 



A CREAOB lots OARDBHS. FtOOOH- 
•d. disced. baea-llIUas. sreeUng , **- 
eaeaung. Jim Bosian Fhon* i mos 
R.R E Oardaa Bead Camp 

Tten t 'I ON — FbB~B7^KINO CON- 
•rww and scrMuing lap aau. Reaf 
or canUact 8 OTii 

OlEAOR OAAUENK PLOUOBED. 
disMd a* rata-uUad I.*v*UUe m- 
caetUng B. U Jewtaa B7I77 _ 

uTDAHaBROUa’TIUtBB RSMOTKD, 
alia ftompa bauitd aoay. Cbga aao 
E43> * 

A creaok oabdbns ob lotb 

plnogbtd, back-BUlag and tscaeauag. 
K F Fleu. 3M1 Vtetot B7MI 



■CLP WANTED— MALE 
OB PE.MALC 



•C3UPTURS TEXT FOR TODAY 

A ll wi like snsf mays (sonk 
astray w* hat* toraed •eotyaa* ta 

bl* awa way. and ih* Lord aa’h mi« om 
him lb* miooltr ti UP as— laalab Ml. 0. 

A h kxckftional oppORTtmirr 

wtth a laadlag •ma**lw ewmpaay tar 
■mart, raitwrad woman deairtng siawdy in- 
eam* AppiHdbU to Ttafbrta aad IsUaS 
pnsiu No previau* traiaing aeeaaaarr, 
Plevtbw tovur* Muat bav* iattlouv* awE 
mealing poramtoilty Apply E«a 0030, 
Caianiat 



V T OKCl - EXPKRIBNCXD OPSIUTDR- 
printer lor pbatagraph atadla, gvod 
prapos.iioo. permanent If praducw lUply 
ownjontmg Sea •«••. Colonut 

/^vUoiM.'oRADR 3A.~ MALE ~AN1> P*^ 

7 mal*. II.MO-OIOpO p*r annusL for 
OoeornoMnl Departmoala TMtorta. B C 
Pull parttcular* ob poti*r« *i OfTlcae of 
tba Civii Soreir* Cosamiaalon. Nattang 
Impleymant Bereic* and Pom Offta* Ap- 
pUcatteo form*, qbiainabi* iberwat. aboold 
bw filad NOT LAtim THAN JULY 0, 1000. 
With the Civil Berviea CoamItiMa, 70 
Mgaont sgigng._YMwrig EC 

1 ,7XFSRXENCXD COOK COFVRR 

J abop Oeod wadot. worktos aawdlUaba 
Apply Tip-Tap Caffee Miep 

* kFPicX BOTE AND OUUR— O^IPM 
per annum, fnr Oa**rnm*nt Dep^- 
a»*nt*. VIetarla BC Full pwrtirulan on 
poatar* *1 Ofn**s of Ih* Civil Bervlew 
Cemmtvvtwn. Nailong Implarmaal Serf- 
lc« end Fast Offkv Application fo'ms. , 
oMeinabl* thereat thouM be flDod flOB-t 
LATER THAN JULY f 1004 selth lb« CIvU 
BervK* Commiaaian. 703 Baiaoat BuUd- 
iBd. Vietana, 8 C 

f \ITJCK INJSmONB'opfiir'Af’BFROTr- 
I 7 f Shaw Bchaal wf Modern BwMnam w* 

I hav* rnnstant *naatriw* for ofTlee halii. 
•l*negTapher* baakb*w p *TA teervlan** N* 
charww tor lifting oMr manta. SbarL 
brw4B-«p emirma. If daalrad. opon all 
Ibrougb SumiMr mnotba B*T«to> eoo r a** | 
reopen Beptesnbor 0 



.PLfVRRT BOY. AOE 10, ONB LfVTKO 
in dtvtricl ptofv-red. airv< * guppjad 
st*i** Oracfry, 34* Be*«hwsad av*bm. 



PLAN-A-HOME CO, 

DBFT'INTNO AITD DBAPTTNO 
7V7 JOHNSON WIHEBT 
Omr* 0 0711 Evmlng*. B ISS1 



ANTED — KXFERIKNCBD WAITREBB 
Aptoy h**d wgiTvaa, Tonr'S DIntng- 



JLPEHIKRCBD FAHTB MAN APPLY 
in* suinagar, J. M Wood M»mi. 
’•■a* Rtrewi 



t\* ANTED — RXPSE tKNCKD WAfTREBB. 
*7 Suaaet CM*, coaiawt manager attar 
13 noon 

\VAinin>-woMAN~i^^ALL home. 

7 7 lady tovalbl: I to family. 040 mnsitb. 
8l*«p W Pel 0 104. Caianiat 

VVOOLD^ Cm MtDOLE-AOBD LAOT 
V* to share bom* Fhwa* B 3SS0 

i t^NTKD — EXPKILWCVO~~ W AirUBE 
7 7 Apply Maadsr waon. Blrathewna Cafe 

W’ANTTO rXPKIUSHCBD~'RTxB^ 



1007 

I .-VIRST -CLASS AUTO REPINWHKR FOR 
Duncan Sbop. Apply Hlher Maen- 
er s Body Sbap. pyt View. B 1313. ar Dun- 
can. Fhon* Duncan •)■. 

/ v0W)”0PP®RTVNfTT FOR JliNIOR 



HOUSE LIFTI?^ 

CROCKER CEbnOCT CONTRACTOR 
Cdberyttod and Orauiag* t k 



btanlet -Ob Jun* n. looo. in Victoria. 
" Barah ABh Stanley, af M3 LTsestar 
aevnti*.. betovvd all* #f Witliam StapieT. 
mM Tf years, horn in ptwSeM. Eng- 
t.«-i a lestdent ol Vle'wua gbLW 

laO' far Id ytar* a tntmer resident of 
Prtnr* Albert, S*«k Bml.ie* her hwi- 
Waod William. *h« leave* tw* pi«the«a 
wgt«r Oebnra «f Mannvilt* Aibena. 
aivd Erstavt in f»o*P"rU Haote Engtand- 
Mtm staur. Mr* Ad* Rudkin ol Wmi 
1(411 OBiwb*: ate ni*ees bfp^wa 
lisciudlnr Alea h*0E OJ mnee Afbrrt 
Mr*. Btaniei wa* a p**t maireo and 
member af Friar* Albrct Cbapwr. 

p-UM^ig ^rvtro* will bw MM M MrCaD 
Brwa. Floral niaerg Ch*M| an Tue*d*y, 
jin* 17. tOta. g 3 (I'ruvk Rev WUlUvi 
auu wSkiatus. IntarmvBi to Rnyg 0*8 
K^g Park. 



LTKIUtnoilE A SPECtALTT. CAJk- 
. p»nuy. Ba jwb tad gm a » O 0700 

LTrStNO AND CAKPENTIH KIPAIB 
k worE_aa4 fcacing. 0 1100 

if^Ri'wiin^ HAtri YociT~aiiM^ 
' ^s rwvpt and ifpartwd. ImmadiaM 



malrlculttloB preferred. All 
larw *(ta*m»< Pteaiw apply 
Cnlaalrt tn wan handwriting 



KRT STOCKS — PLUMBtNO; HOT- 
watfT boating R*c7itated lB*talljftg 
and eleetn* bwiler* ylO Ogswda n IMS 

URNACKB REIUniB> AND IH«rAU^ 
T. ytoniano. Mi Orant* Rd CM IMM 



ODIO TO EDM01TT0N YU SPOKARB 
Jon* 3S. tOOU 



4x:bioii clerk, about u. ixiod op- ' 

*7 panni.ity fur adranreptear Apply to 
tbo aoeassunt. Canada Trwat Co , vie- 
•ena 

I Afiat national tompaxt 

e guirea *tp*ri*(ioed aalmmaa eo*«ring 

Yinarta territory handUeg iaduMrial ma- 
rhinrrv and luppliM, alN feewtlnf and 
ptambsog oguipment la cwD an Owvern- 
mant ar-4 trad* arrawnto whero «ana*a- 
I’eni ec* aeiabUabyd. Q«gin*aUons- 
cnararter. weigbt aad oaneriaBr* pla* 
wtiungnew So Ktorn aad werk Onr tm- 

t lnyvM 'arw aware of tbl* adrwrlt»*m*nt 
rur re^ly iraaled oaa04*ntiaU> Bat 
gPTt cwianl*( 

I yfkOVTNClAL DimUBUTORB IN HANI- 
loba. Ontartn and Que*v far Inwsliia 
P>a*CK Intartar frarm w>n<rnwi fay Moras 
and home* g P77* after 0 pm 



FainUng CdoUMka* 



»TWO CAUSAET, JULY 7. PBOWB 
Sidney ItlW 



H aekuentb cuARsn or rttsbicb 

Maderata f»*. ■ MM 

I 7ipBRlENCED OARfSKXKB AND HAN- 
J dyman, amelng Iram EngUnd July L 
Have aerttfUd aafet* award* a* a driver 
Ago IP Beggre etoody naBlIhon WUling 
worker Dial wUl twra a band to aay trad* 
TTbai Qg* *** B wk S003. CaPtoto L 

F 'vnoLISH eWFLE OPEN SOTICB IW 
J rwtara far aeoasHmodaUan. Pbana 



TV ’ANTED— COUPLE OR LAOT TO LOOK 
7 7 efier •lfB4-y*ar-*M girl CM S30R- 

WlDOW~wb01.D~IJKB TO 
1 ahara bwa»e with aroMan* wiltiBg ta 
took gier awgi ahlMrea. arranfmamti 
win ba pwfoMtany tyTM after 7 3d pm 

race BOUR. KTKNINO OK MORNmO 
/ D work eabvaaatod aompCHng namea 
for nmlUag IMt He ewlMiM. lilt B r oa d. 
after 11 am. Boom 130 



GIVE YOUR HOME 

THAT 

PICTURE-BOOK LOOK 



IS YOUR HOUSE 
FULLY AUTOMATIC? 

Wiib an awtamaUa twraara wat«r heator 
aad eleeirie etsme yew msrnly wt She 
(hermmlata and Uvwy whey you/ command, 
while feu relea to (wmferl Tel. eurpri*- 
tng ae It mat ewem wwerattag e«ei* *re 
i*m than labwetow* metSeda. Bat no fwr 
an «Btima(P 



I ONtLT-HUWDRKOa OW tCKMBEM MX 
1 j evrrt prwvMvc*. ah ad**, many with 
OtodM widews wfih larsta. nwwmiiipsiL 
Oiy and awuatry gsrli Partbulars fiwa. 

Weesera Btewl Owh Bwb 13. ■Smoniww. 

AlU _ 

I KA^NO~FDK DKTARIO VM UNl^D 
J Biste* jgy I Bw* OMI. CwSanlet 



wtwBiroiurr-Faeaad away at Use Rerwl 
AuMle* HrapIfM bs Jvn* 3J. 1N0 Oewrfw 
^B^nr^ at* 33 year*. Wra and had 
•w«Sd*4 to Vktayia all bi* life Mm rwM- 
dtna*. IM BMAareugb Araun* Bur- 
wtvwd by blk lovtns ^fe Idara; m 
•WB. Owarg*. Iww aaaoh'erA Utrgarwl 
uid Bharan at bemw. nti ouMher Mra 
danta* WUmohursi. aim two MwUwra, 
Jnvwe and Pmd wf YtHona 
Pwneral eerrvae will bw held in the 
ageaveri*! rh*T'*l ef minves M th* EwnCv 
Cwrtwarr LMwitml an Hnrv<t*i Jua* 3* 
Ka at t pm. Rev X L Ban«et«ac» 
•ni wnrtota rremailWB to (be H*v«l 
tab D I msUmtu tHw Itowerw ay ise'idi 



And** *ew M brlgh'ea or heh tee y*Bv 
raiwi* WUb OL2DT3KW FAOfTB wv Sw* 
wgipapwr n prwfe*«iaBg w*rtmaa*btp 
t* rra wlc wd we win ta geased *e ewenm- 

memd a craftamaa wSa win Mease re« 



' XFKB T U P KUi BTKRfWO. ALL WOKK 
I gu araetae d fro* estimatm t OS* 

floKLY qOAUFXBD FOOKKBWPSR 
L wba ba* sold oat bW bastoeo* sraks 
JUdB to rbarpa ot amaple** *et *g 
Re Rwfeewwrwe O OdPf era n litga 



AGCNTf WANITD 



MOWAT-GRANT LTD 

Falsi OBd FatotawY BspwItM 



ANDREW SLATER 



\ 08ytTB WAirfKD FOR HEW ftOUBB- 
held prndort tarntogi abeve aver- 
agv Big fWlwrw pwaatouittaa Bvtry aauMp 
ba* to bw eerraeag Apwlr new to rweeryw 
terrtrerv Bamge gO M HatSwBdi Dame* 
Ur NeoaatdUea. dPTO CbaboO M . MaalrwaL 
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Tourist Ttado 



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Complete Radio Pro>grams for Monday 



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ii«Aklui cntk 
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llariUBA M^auAM 



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tu BI’SINCSB rEBBONALS 



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Haiti ana Di 



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MluMt-ft}r CMVUH 
Paula Ntaaa 



AiM( iront 
HalAfl TrtM 
Our u*l am 



Asa Nteruaj 
Quh-k aa a PlaaM 
^Wk aa a flaab 



uard«B Uulda 
If J Tour Ntichkat 
Uaariri Hrailar 



I|N VWtMON • TATUMi. RMtieTlRBB 
*' AHSiuanaaa Aaum BtaaA m 

Pan mmi paom ■ aiBWa itu 



•II Butar 
M« PfrkiH 

Or Xalani 

Ufllt 

Mra BurlM 
Pf'ri Mimb 
Moia Drakf 



Ladlaa (a Baal' 

i-M*** B* Baaii 
Mr Trwa Btan 
Btitf cracair 



Y 'Otrm AMBItU-AM miVNDB AND 

■Mala ai;: thank tau II jad lana 
iMm la aKISMBH B lAf Bia4«ai% BM««a 
Bufliah n.prji Tilt Bf|t aaatbuatioiv a( 
a villa rl-U'ii* amt Br<t*>ial a»r>ita u* ha 
liM ih I ‘an MU BbiMMar Alt Part 
BlfMi PrmMrtaa BuiUli t 

Auaduo <( ilM arTaBON AfflHMA 
nCMBOT la Canada 

nilBOM AAIHMA HrMBI>V la trialT a 
riTAUiUanaiA »aBieina aa^tn« iha 
lAkartA hiraihini al lha aaihmatir ai>4 
firtii mtiani riual flNaoN ajitMMA 
uHMtDT It r'tuail* batifftiia) la Ihaaa vha 
tvffrr fiaaa liar larat aiHl MIm mair> 
aiai* iiikifnra prATfii a'iN Marniiraa. lakt 
MINinM ABIHMA BBMBOY iiMlar and 
MaaMif aatNtaUr at*la Vri|t aiiaiiirv 

i Ufii iBiinMlatf aiiftiitati a« 1411 patiai»« 
irofi Vinnnt nr t*i»iOiana RMia 

S I QA 1'<-> PUIL WitAPrBU 

I .OvAriiriaua t’aAaurr i-haK'iaia nit- 
r-u'ta a*r«afaa St* anniBla ai llit Cnfliih 
ffhap III Va'rt Btitfi 

I APa Tic.l.*jui.T I, IIAtjIvf 

Iv V >>or» and aupfilira, aUa latlimn 
aallat a» I tMlirrana ahnr« r*Hr a lit 
Bronaiii - iiNai la l 

tUMnliFlil rutPAlB MTOflAUt 
tat Awn Pi'nMlBMti 

III Mrtwht.411 Bltrai linil 



Had N>a» 
uarlfii uttlBi 
Pntu el a KlBl 



Ta«a Criar 
Mtva 



mbit ar Nathtai 



Ba>iv CrMlar 
Vk|«r Uodlahr 

BaiUliatt TaUtM 

OarirB Titna 

Ma«n Mra* flepafWt 

R r'-iat) uariar 
rm Nava 
oacti ~»aiiBwa 

'mudc in tiM Air 
Uuaic in Uit Air 
Ann Btaritiaa 



Barkaiaat Wlla 
Wula*r H aaM 
Ma Pfrl)lt>* 
uuieine Litht 

*(iti<Mar MalMdiaa 
Rinaifa ramiaaj 
KHiliar Carnival 
lUBa ud kfaaM 

Paoaaiu Tniata 
ParMaa V>nraa 
tala II Bati 
laar It Bear 

'laia H lUar 

( ala t( Bat* 
a«i II JIavr 
fate ll laLiv 



uatani aitafktra m 



DDuBlr ar NutAlBB 
Lir* l4br a 



^ tiAHIlA.Nji AND •irrUCtt 

iiU A 

1141 «* Chafitf A CM-a . Bill! 

! ff \ oddo tiAAM'nu "niici 

> fk and birrt iMi RMia 



KM>n Mr«t 
l ajrK fvaiar 
Harmonr Hnadava 
■ariBMO Hoedova 

(lama al iba Par 
namr »i IHt Oat 
uam« al llw Pat 
<iam« «f (!>• I>B* 



A Man tUa Mu«ta 

K Vt BMaviaaa 
rni Braadraat 
Parflt Bruaaeaat 



Mkraeuif Parada 
llrat 



R 'clIMaUt 

t>o Van Da Raa 

niffatd and nark* 

B Duaeviita tna 
nuaavitrt tar 
Trraaurr BaMtiaad 
iTtatury Band aiaxid 

lleuaavivfa Inr 
Houaavirra Jii ' 

MOna irsa RnVItart 
AMiiurOidiia r 

Arthur taodirft 
Arthur Oodirrt 
Arthur Oodirrt 
Anhur uadirar 



Kvnri Taead 
RtBlil M Hai»»i Baaa 

ft c’KIlaA• wila 
>lla Daliaa 
Lartnin Jaaft 
T at WMdtr Mrava 



T!>« Craiatt Hour 
rt^ Canetrt Hour 
Thr ranrari Hmat 
fitr Ceiiwt Mimr 

Tti» Coocirt Haw 
1 lie r*. nv rrl Hnur 
M.iiira Pragraai 



Pam Bha« 

Parr* ana* 
Pant 8ti«* 



Par Utaainini 
Will Rrrrtrr 
Dr Mai'*nt 



\ TTirNTtOM BACKBHAT DfUVKHB — 
BlMt iMa tha dritfr a »#a( of avt 
d'lat-drita iniiruriiau far ai>d an haa 
oa*r H 1* In bf'amr a iloOP won In 
anil a la* tatro>.« TuiMnn onit kl M a 
irtann Call OMa BtuM at Dt^wu. * 
nro* Arr*in Biailsn. OHM ar B Mid 
far apiMih'mrni ' 



1 roPBOit. OAKUKN not-« 

maxura t'all tl llll R aki 



Butpriat Parkao 

(Jtrrn Bpol 
Briir anu Oranm 
Brio* aodUrMiM 



Ua7ir of t)ir Dat 

iiamr ttl >i.t Dar 
Oamr •{ ipr Dar 
(lanra n( <ha Dat 



w> laa< aad Paund i 
Parat Bhav 
Parri Sba* 

parrtBna* I 



VbrnOlrl Marrtaa 
Nrils Paara Ula 
dual Plain Bill 
Proni-Paia ParraU 

WrltUriif Tta*»ldt 
Wriroro* Tfatalar 
A>jiii Marv 
Wr tiotl ana Laara 



_ UAMUr* H<X 1C 
laurncD on wtarHimm amv a 
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tn vattr All hand*pirked. Mo robbiwi. 
Two rorda now onl; kll Thia baraaln 
abort tuna onlr. B Bkia, da; or niaht 

A BAI S • SI CORDS BPI4T WOOD. 

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OU CAI1O04M 

F " MJtrrRIC RAWOiTT*. OOOO COKOl- 
A u*a IN «r bait otfar O Mil 

T,^»oirfAiy ^itociABT bamor! WAHTB 
r tDaotfl a*c* and anHf Prif» M« at 
BMroat otiar Can Oa aaro at 1411 Taao- 
to a stttot PiMma 1 MIA 

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borntr and b«4 oalat ootL IN 



at BAiiraaMi. aoa apri'-C* HoUr* 
•Md »da AMdratlao* aod rapatra Pf«a 
pMkai^^d^^u**^* Quadra at MU' 

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a™ ana oiDt Miarad aaltd tram*. 
MjiB*"** and In nr« candiUan Can 
toda |1M. Pint altar at IH lalti u. 
B Ml 



AT MAOC AND TOMMY'S 



oyoKINtI BTARD S?IU TARLt. MAOA« 
lu.a tbokdar »han at dtiaara daaao* 
port. !%« caip ctv«<ra tall* at>d four 
kii.bao rhaifA It cell atuM and t>M '« 
*i>ada • iTona^ Ptiana • aao ^ ___ 

^ODA~«aHh riuiBOMATOft POR RALB. 
^ aUo d«^«l. >ra«4 dawn and rila mlaar 
• lUt all IM aitacboxAU Apptp to tno 
Cama» CaJa 131 Taiaa SuMI 



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EVANS, COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD. 



I iNHB. MABIItfia BOO TWRRRHB 
’ Putf ar aaa MA^aclittia. |M M laaipa. 

or>antai ladWa baa *■ . .... 

lu MCUBourr Brrjtrr 

i iiyOMTRATOR ~TAKX MOPKl. VA- 
1 * raoia elcanar. CootLlata «i(B a'tarB* 
Btrnii BoAHl'ra |MM- T*J Ut» • C*-. 



' A MoAif* Tola Badreoa Biau. In 
’ kload fliUati. at taA riacad. Uirludlno 
bmnd na« aprlni-fit)a4 naitraM ltd! to 
, THraa-CittBloB Rtodto Caurfe III 
rvodtiion oaioo 

ptat'Ordotr NaJMoanr PtnUhaa 
Chaw !♦••• 

I Kraa-Hota Ptal Toe Daafe In natural 

' iwua 4NW 



I’ Ur* hicirta, 

Mia |4« RMtl 



A fTlQVn RKRAIRCD ALX TTPtR OP 
upOaSata'i ■ipa'’ir dona. 

:J A l>AT .. 

and UPWOLffTBIT 

PlOMt B dlli _ l|*l OAK BAY -RVCNUC 
TtNorr mw V«R'j*it Dur'iHo.Brr 
A tu tOain Opan to etiar HT laland 
ptboar lanfferd 

T MobiiutisTic chibtkr- i mi jokrboh bt. 

fla.d a«Ha, |I00 ar naar attar O IMI | 

OOCVIK' Bro.~BPRIi»6”ANl^MXT^ 

lr*M aa nan. R 3400 



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OWBINM BOFT ir« CRBaM UACHlRt, 
^ •til •at.ri Makar tar riant aH>- 
Can ba i*ai. i<« opa'a.ion Buitdai. Mi) 
Da«4|UA-_10N_t^tAtttll_t.!Li' . 

OPRAY PAINT Ot'TPlT. tUBCOHBIIf, 
^ Rotor ponar pnaari.er rorlroUM aa> 
rar.aii| mdlitan. nau prtra ItOP Wbal 
ollart* 34M navMovr A>auua aaraiata. 



REDUCE LUMBER 
COSTS BY USING: 

CLAY BUILDING TILE 

CONCRETE BUILDING 
BLOCKS 

Ruth tor PaiRacMi Uaaonr) Conatruritaftj 

GYPROC SHEATHING ^ 
CEMENTEX 

Thaat ahaoihingi tor tjtartor norb. rapina 
ahloUp and |iaa fira pralaclian. durabt. 
aronaintaai aonaiructlan. 

Call M ua^(or l•a«er(•tlla titaraidia Md 



VACWN 



iH>an la attar 



1 dliloa 

Hlahnai. Lan«for4 



alaaMA. Niniai radW 



* I brtri linad, atatUanl condiiino IH IB. 
1)10 Topaa O M H. 

*'/''0OO CKSO~‘ COMIIRATIOR COAt 
' 1 and lu ranoa, iaorr aod giraa 
auamai. |00 O IIOL 



mar W VrABfltR. ua. mawb 

'a btraald. 111. Pancalt rtl rat.|c 
S Haa*R mol ai>« »<n»4 ronfo IN 
Ala too and otolor, 14) Br moiit 131Q 

♦LteTRIC It A5HDl.'ACyt. MO; UAflr*! 
a uoholtlarad owi >n»#^alr. tt ailari 
indutoB. 15" a dno **vga#. ituiani 



It 4/ otrar Thia U a (aatorr'batlt 
RnnoavtU" a* urn Muft Mil Can bd 
Mf'i at Uurwo a Oaraft. R^ L Bldsay 

Plioot 111. 

VoVa UOHTT^OHT C C N RlCTCtl* 
i you oUB 1-apatdA BOB ^ralac Rye*- 
buba, au at _ 

HARRia rret i im port in 

1 nCA ri««.’BPH THCKOBIBraD' 
I V3U Boi >at run In Coat liM ora 
Ronih at* Toa ^ tor ov*«r. Taura far 
•04 nr attar R IMT 

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(y4/ •indtrraan. buddy arat ttndar 
fuarda. narncto Ifattion C 3M. Ml 



FARMERS • 

TKq Equipment You Need at 
NATIONAL 



A'NI BPSrlAL 

yrrxmKIKO MTAPUNU UACfllNB AND 
^ ibra* bcita* tiapiaa It PBom • nil. 

S»Aa^. lARPAUUHB. 8 O A f“ AKD 
^ Utforli rata’* to ardar P. Ja«na 4 
Bra. Ltd. Ill '.titnnaoo Btaoat 0 4011 



« URKKT WJtm tNAim. OAB RAROt. 
1 Ml. 1140 HanpaBira Road B 



kURRKT WOOD AND COAt RANOB. 

* pood aendJitOQ. B Bifll 

Toon rovn ■ Roiit camp btovr 

• o»#n. tiara Wpaa. HI O 01*4 

r'XB MOT-WAmi BBATKR. GOOD 
B eondUiOD. 0 1144 

k URNBt' WHITb ’ BNAMBt 'I'BURNBli 
P fat ranft. Ml er Bait attar B 4M3 

I 'ot^MR PUBNACR iTiK. TWO 
raara old. B till 

on. BDRNBR WITH AOTO 
■V puiM In vbita asamal atnv« Bical' 
MoJt aaU. DM EMO>«alt 



HBRB B A BABOAOt-AUla ChalRara trac- 
tor. Ua "UbiUd baar>-duly modit. a«d 
It a rradt ta f« Ui arcrl PnrumaUd tiraa 
all muBiL and lA lood aiitpr. 

Whti a buy at f 

THl KnPWtARBOflN BIDB -DBLIVKBT 
RAlCn ARB HOW tN BTOCK. 



/NGLIBN CRB.4M PRAM. IM l*M 
4 OailaAd Aianua _ _ _ 

.'»NOUBK~ BTVIB PRAM. UAROOR 

4 tt.«od II RMIHI. IM B41I0 

,'iJcTWC BA-SuriT*. 8 4MI 



NEW FURN’TURE FOR OLD 

TRADI in TOUR OLD PliRNnURB 

COME IN rODAV! 

Chooad your auiia and «a «U1 hara tnr 
appraiacr call and aoJoa your itaad tur- 
Duara. 



H RITIBM-iNDIA. ■'4 BT II BLOB AND 
nut. prrsar oaaUty Mi |«>cd coadiuon. 
MIM. 0 c II wiiien. blua and bia<-a an 
baifa backormtnd. HI M CarvaU and up* 
habtatad iurn'.lura ciaanad and rapatrad 
CarpetoriuB. Ill* Vanrouacr Biraat B IMi 



S»er LADVS OOLP CUnM iDRIVSR, 
4^ Ouliar and 4 Irani', and fuU bad. 
N*« a«ndi:laa Pnar.a B lill 

OTRAWSKRUrBS 3Bc A POUND BUT 
4^ by tba pound aud aaia T|)ar Btoa. 
Tatintr Hit . BuUoa Parm Raaunf I3T. 



I,X>tTl a.Bl'RBKR OUHNBY UA8 RANtl- 
i aura TD*r uta aitbir RockjM ar 
BC Bla.'trlc Oond aaaraiarra aPB Ra> 
enanlrally A I Oeina ) tar HO aad ) for 
aia aacb. laia tbao !•* at coat pr:rr Idral 
Tor BuBRtr bomt. lltbi Douaaktcpinf 
roufii auitea or toorUt aabioa. rtiiiiia 
O M04 



rUCRKB a BPCrtAl^Rro DaarbvrB ap'lbf- 
thank rulilrauiri autiaMa tor rov-crop 
•ark May ha atiatoad lA-Pord » i yc 
tractor ib M aacoadi I / J 

Ooa u«a4Palrbanfcr-Uoraa TTpbeon Punp. 
povartd by Pairbaeiu • Mnraa |ia np 
naary-duty Rour, aiaaatad on * 1 XC 
ebtau and fully ntobUa - ^ I 



BB A BTAR TWIN. JUBT OTTH* 
btnlad. Itka na«. aatrai. aacrl* 
1 IMI Oak Bar Arannj^ ^ 

BARLrr '^OATioabk rxcbu 
. tant randUloo: buddr aaat. *lAd- 
Whit otfara, NN windiw Road. 



HOME FURNITURE CO, 



H nmbii India rug, r x it. rdbt- 
rad IwrkBtwiid, pricA M* Na 
daalari. BUM. 

f yOfjKCABI. UODCRN MAPLS. AB NBW. 



^UNSHINB BABY BVGOT. DB LUXE, 
^ oeaiidrubla rollor baarlnoA liao 
na«. H) III Bnabby BUtat 

CIX'PIBCB BBI>ROOkl~ iL'ITB~ UKl 
4^ nan. AiuRWr Kind kpriof. RtaiRurt 
Raluaaa, lal o IM) 

S TUDIO tOUIKlI. ONRIURNBR HOT 
plaia BMII 

M1HOK AUTOMATIC IHOKBR I'pIBCl 
1 CMtoR-madr rhraiartlaid aulia Ba4> 
toBR aulUA aiiiola bad. rbaat at dianara, 
alaaxn Irnn. tMiium cliAArr. pirluroa, 
llandi-rbat. Bniub India carpal, aw. 
B I4«3 



furtbar inlormatian 



EVANS, COLEMAN a 
JOHNSON BROS. LTC. 



lant eondlUon 

Road. Ant. I 



i,MLB CAM.S'BTt. 8TBBU AU. BltCB. 
1 Mcraunai itandt, Tadd chcfur nrlt' 
art and iifi-rra. ruib.a indas aitURk 
J R P1P» BU8INBBB BYBTBMI. 143 

Vaia»._ I l*)l 

i.^R BALE -*)i| oiT hiarWt oppkr. 

I 1M4 O-B dr lusa tabir'loD alacirw 
randa. Ilka nan, ibrltt cookar.- fully auto- 
math' orrn nan prirt IM* niih tnt. IHiiO 
f1a*-Tlia aink nun latu Iran IJ t* B H4l 

T^OUBuHOLB PAWCBTT HAHO* VrITH 
1 aatarfronl. B.'ititb-lodia ruf d i a. 
fraan ilrdla botoWlc. aWctrlc Hun I t U 
ruf. bad enatiatfiiM ■ IBTV. 



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I AROB PURNAC8 BAWDDBT BURNSR, 

4 Al aonditlan. 14)1 Mynlc O 4l4l. | 

M UBT TuLl MT WBmMOBOUBB | 
rant* aa 1 as balnf Iranflmad la 
Iba Ubi'ad Btataa. Tbit baanlitul anlo* 
»allr Wntlttfhouaa afKinc ranfa la tUU 
In Iba crate ard juit purrhaMd otia 
Rontb ago lor mr nan booaa I paid 
HOBM- mil taka loaa of |4d for quick 
aati. IMI alA" WrittntbouM natar baaiar. 
im M tor H3B.M. ^aaa art non la 
a'eraga al tba WIKOwa Pur jntormaUoa 
phonr Beacon .411). bctvrcn II )B am. 
and 1) BO iMMci. and 1 to 4 pR 

VBT~inZ~ PbuR^BOTUtBR WHITt 
Tnamat. rn'cata tvpa taa rai^ Any 
raaaonablt otter Uke n»«. IHS Bel- 
noait Are _ 

M ' aJor b'aiydubt burskrb-wb ar! 

your torsi agants Cuimsaue Salta >1 
Burnilde Wrcl B3M) 

ntT BT^ii'NB )S-Nrw rcma'* 
oil feurnar. What tiSart? 143d 
Paimoutb 

M eLART 'cHAim' RANOS 'wffM SAW. 

duH burner Ivory enamtiad. rad 
handled Prka. HOB. B)1)l 

M OVTNO— CALiTb no TO HATS THAT 
rang a connaattd • 

ODERN ALUKNAMBL OIL STOVB. 
11)1 B) M l. )H 1 V M-toc Straet 

S BB THB NKW ZBNITR OIL RANOR 
|)4lll tnataitod. at the 
I BC. HAROWARB ilMdi LTD. 

1)4 Pnrt Siraei Pbona O 1B)1 



NATIONAL MOTORS LTD, 

TRACTOR DIVIBION 
HI TATBB STRZrr. D H 



Atbabaakan_^B IHB- 
IQ-eu HARL^ -Al," PAIR SHAPB. 
I 74Z cirniar Roatng Ba*t at and of 
nttntb.jarrtflre H^ -RJ^ BSlSf 

1 ^ HARLTY ''Al OOOO BHAPB. 

I y4X Windaerten and aaddlabaga. |)M 



T« ~ AD tba aaaaaauaia on aw *WUn-a- 
Kome" Plan la turuaB I rooma to* 8*1 

HUMBER'S WAREHOUSE 

TUB Balo« OararameH 
BaBiad OinrsbUI Bots) 



LUMBER SPECIALS 

▲U *ru«c par l.BOQ fL board BHaurt 
Coaapara aur pctcat, va don't nalnd 



rpwo rbnnbdv tool boxbr ma* 

1 (hiniat prari*M>n iiwu Barb ttam *alS 
RParaiaif Baaimana kodak, aalnui lars 
atand 441 Canaianr* Aaan ua. f» Hil 

rn!ion~ULADIRON'BNOLm PRAM. AS 
I nra. slaa drop Irat labl* O M4) 

rnUOA AtnxiMATlif* OLADIRON, 'nTiC 
I B HI) _ 

rpCNT I r U. DC l•~SA8MBa. M k 1); 



4 kHEWTBKPlXLD SUnW. PAIR CONU|. 

* • Uoft HI. ataa odd ehkira. etr . rtaaoD- 

akla^BJM* ^ 

4 kOOSWBLL BAST CHAIR. OOOD CON- 

* dilMh kinpad danaak corar. Bargain. 

OdH* 

/rKBSTiNPlBLD BUITC. HPIBCX-KIT- 
' ' rban iuiU B fMl. after ) p R 

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1 ' tarrlfirr lit B IIW I*! am 



KILSHAWS 
THE AUCTIONEERS 

I PORT SnUBT PUONB O M4I 

Wa Will Buy tor Catb or Sal) tM Tati 
PurnlablBBi and KSacta 
Baa 0* Pirai or LaM 



THEY'RE HERE! 



1 ani*. Mataar Hartta Hn H Tractor hi 
gOAd oMdit'on tW»M rubber moior 
ambauMA camplet* «Ub P T.O. and 
ball pulley PM 

I only. Maaaey-HafTla l-Purrow Trailer 
pir* has ahsrtt. gutia raiaaaa biUta iUt 

I «4.ir Maaari Ham* mde DaUvary Rake 
sn'l t»Mrr. Juai orarbaulad 
Vary good |1M 

1 anil. UaaaO'Harrtt Hay Leader DM 

I anl* Planet Junior Oarden Trartar 
) HP. complete mib cultivator pla*. 
diara and ntad boat 



Tba bav OM a a. BSA Ooldan Plaib at 
tba ntr to* prira ot MM 
and 

Tha Bt* IM c e Triumph Tbundvrbird 
01 Hi) 

Tbeaa atarhlnea ar* Brt'oin'k larcat an- 
taer •• a demand for larger, mora po«er- 
lul marhlnai and tncorporaio ulearopie 



r vir Br. S4S IMM 

Smw load! at aood Ibick atilma. appraa- 

■RaTaly ) tWB fb« In »rb tllnf 

Wad _ ^ 1J4M 

I"ar* and I'Va^ Sr. B4S . *M00 

I iT' S4S DIM 

1 a)* random langths HIM 

fsA'* S4S , IMBS 

I 'ar* kiW dried. I and d t- Mnfue and 



I Raret peat )lr bunrb Por bolaU. 
apartmeiiU s»ddii>|> 0 3**1 

I ’•oTM H rx < Awrn* p-)» tews i *» 

Is I'M*. leaihVT ■ airying raia Lnd 
velluw ftitar Ik) B^TT) 

I 'RiDIOAlRB. NBW. Id CO FT MOOtiT 
1 immeulsis dallvery 11411k Jamei 
Bay Hartiwsrr. ))* Meiaiaa Si. BHIl ^ 

I.M3R SALS- BANOBTTB. BboKCASB. 
r trmia lamn u tb *eod eondlUas 
PhoBc I'oMulu 131 X 

I .^R 6 ALB' REMINGTON TYPEWRIT' 
tr. 131 B JAM 

I.1R08T RING ICB BOX. |H IIH NBW- 
I port Avenge 

1 ,'40R SALB — , CAMp"C0T. COMPUrra. 
snd s foldlhg bad. autnsltia B 14M. 



ENT I I t II 3 W AU.. U8SD ONB 



I |INBTTB SET. STUDIO LOUNOB. TWO 
* ’ bedruem tukte*. deal, oardrcbc. Ick 
ras Btertrntu* irocuig beard, ne* Men* 
Idnr. laat. B*TI4, 

I itNINO^ROOil SUITR SOUD WALNUT, 
tr chain «>ih leather ivata and barkJi 
long isble. aparWua buff et, HM. B 3**B 

F^OPi^DS~TORoirTO COUCH. ALSO 
blua CoDgnlruR rug. I si' Suits 11. 
IM) Oak Bay Avanua 

i iROP-ISAJ^ BlTCHrN TABLE AND 4 
*r rhslra: aralltet csodtUan. B04M 

J "’^XCKu£fT~ORBBN AND ^PLOfUL 
4 carpK. ralO<4.‘ |)l. MD kfonat 
•taphan Avanua. 

HV3L01N0 OOT ANo'etSAN kCATTBBSS. 
r_^M_f iiM 

I P YOU WANT A NTW N1?*R'PTBCB UA' 
hemey Ouaran Phyta 4lnlt\f-roaa 



If MlSltkL IbSTBlMBNTB 

1AVB PIANO^sfoikB - SSS~6S POB 
guaraaiaad naad alana* 1U VW* 



rpwo STBXL TAMP BCDS WITH MAT- 
• treaaea Bargain Hi • IIM 

\ * *BRY BK*B UBANOPATHBR CUOCR. 
nitalea eal ai»a nniip anamat kiWB* 



turka and raar rprlnging giving iha niU 
mala in riding guoUtlee snd enmfurt. 



HERB ARB SOME kfORB BAROAD4B IR 
QUARANTBCD UACHINBB 
1H1 Indisn Chut, all eitrae ... IIM 

IN) Rartey'OavKUon. eery faed D»l 

INI Triumph Spaed Twin |4M 

INI Trtemnh Speed T«Ln, 



I 'sd" • and •'twt hMrda. S*S 
H”eF’ and H"D" ihlplap 
I tl ' loagua and CfM’ 
aupdlad 

I "sB" S4S. Sr. rsndon taifth* 



I ,'<N4«USn PIANO AftD BENCH POR 
4 sa-e. IM Bllll ■ 

F ' PABSSB TO TRB TtCTORU 

Rallar Bcnl aliA avery piucbaka ot 
aquarv danra record* tt Plairber Broa. 
Larg e st ctprk U> loan. 

I^R BALB-OORS S RALUdAN PIANO. 
X saall cue. MtuUfal tone asd ta ck. 
eaUaet cundiunR. Na dcalcrt. fries Dll. 
^rcNjM) _imil Bay Read . B 31)) 

1 .40K 8ALB~TRANSPOaiHU PtANO. |3*0 
or nearsM after. Phans K)tli. 

AWAUAN~0 UTTAR. OOOO CONDI' 
lion, oniqmta OTW 404) Csrey . 

I ” puaY"iw 'pu.ng' A^OItp- 

4 isn. Kent s D-ham piano acigrdian 
tor I weaka lor H) Money paid 
may be luad on purrba>a 

purrracB BROS. 

tIJO Dougla* St 01141 



Good oa^uon 



ACVUM CLBANBR. OOBLIN. |)S. 
B 3PM. 



1 aiOy. Iron Age Btailo R«v Transplan'er 
Nev candtUon. SPECIAL DM 



cedar. 



tt *ASH THB BAfT WAT Wmi AN BAST 
V 1 YsriHtm cup aubmg^acblse. Prlrad 
frm HMM ^ 

PIHICHBR BROS. 

1130 DmMlaa St. OIlD 

n UT T t BNAMBL 8BRKILBT QARBAOB 
burner niui eopHf cells. Dead I 
manlbk. IM._ O DM 

\\*,^HINO MACHINE TOR SALX. KEN- 
<1 niDra. in rereiieni eandiuai), anip* 
malic pump, mi 344* Sethuna Avan sa. 

n rATCHMAUR S AT AKt»a~T0oiC 

K 4 D Invarta, libs new, aacrl* 



SCOTT & PEDEN LTD 

VICTORIA, BC. 0 1 



We aan cupply BVSMYTH1NO In luatber 
Wa s«n aod npersta a umntll right In aur 
o«n yard Wa ran alao draaa Isslwr lo 
ysur cpe<inrsMar>a draMOd an tour dda*. 
ar 1*0 adgoa. Cbeapeai pricw and quickest 
dalteery aarvtea la M«a. 

Open Saturday aO day 



rocendltiobsd 



IP4P Hartan MS c c., pertact caadiUon. DU 
IIM BSJ1. in tc. faprtng trarnei- DU 

Na* Hudaan Astocytja IIU 

RayD RofUld )M ae, ns* cnadlUae. I»l 
Indian Seoul. Bnaraataed ... _ IIU 
) 1)1 er. Ratal BnBaldA recondlttanad. 

Yew cbowa at . Bacb HD 



tBIOmAIRB RBPRIUPRATOR APPROX. 
I c*t It Pnr inlarmaUan phsaa B M*) 

,^R~MLB^T|31 UOOOB' CNOtNB. DM 
B tJgJ or B 311* 



MP ANTIQUES 

I *B RODIL — IMPURTER. ANTIQL*BS 
1 ' bought aad sold Marbla-lap ianui 
vasieti gD Port. O ni4. 



ATOM LUMBER CO. 



c«nL H R D. and Aularyrias la alack. 

Partk t=d AccemoriM tor arcry mDe at 

S. -Roiorryrts. 

Trade yaw htHLtnr a rw er yw car tar 

^«-,l!lke at 



HO JOHNSON KT WBBT 

Aernsa tram the CAN R«mndbtnae an tba 
•sy )a Baqulmalt tram lawn. 

B 334I Bvanlngk. 0 MB 



T OTAUTT SOLID •tONDCRAS MAHOO> 
1^ sny k*drooiB eulie. eompTUlng i«ia 
1 'fl bad*. *iib Blmmans apUngs and mat* 
uaasaa and •prinii, badtide euramoda 
tsbls. rbair and date drCMer. «tth dalaeh- 
sb.a miner. AU in asrcilanl candUlsn. 
Na dralrra. BelRuol IH. 



I .yOLDINQ RA8T SUOOY. IN KBW CON« 
dluaa. chro«ie uim. Ill O MM 

r yuRNEY~coTrAdr-8Tvix” Bi-Br-mir 
y V range. HH. tegular Dlt. used ana 
• rrk. allchliv ibap antied One only 
Samt<«>n healing pad raguUr III* no* 
Ml* one enhr SUai hasting pad. ragolsr 
II M. no* MD Ona aniy lamrenimi 
SeisrsT rlertrhi bIsnkM regular IS4 H 
no* I4TM One anlv MtirhtU lablt lamp- 
radio, raguUf 141 M. no* HP M. Many 
aiiicr bargains at tletia Bleririr, Hk-i 
Vantfwvrr Sirrat. nr*i t* Carpatartum 

0 1414 

iiDOER COUNTER VANOUARO-WAL-. 
y 1 tham •af'h. tmall d-boU crasm 
tnanrl rang*, corrogaled galvartsed iron. 
lUI Bank Sueat 



W’BBTtNOHOUBB WASHING MACmin, 
*1 «llh pomp, aa n«« S PM1. mornlndp 
op itn I). artemoona. after g pm 

W'ASHINO MACHINE PON BAIR.' BX*^ 
*1 relleni randlttan. WThai offara* CaB 
ba seen Sundsp. )ID TlUlcuR Rsad 

WMITK SEWING MACRINR I3l.~0 ))•£ 



PINS BSLienuN Z BOA KB — 
Trava.Uig. c a 1 1 p. vardrobo; 

a eiaso, no* candlUeti Bargalu. 
aaray Stra*4 inaar Pamar.umt 



LE^BLOW'S 
MOTORCYCLE SALES 

)S41 OOUOLAS BT. C 



r AROE CUBTOU-nUtLT CSBSTBRPIELO 
• J il plaevi. HM. coriao Isbla •walnut), 
Dl; tarn atand. D. end taaia. 13 01104 

M OriNO~ BAST 8Blijl46~iiBAtmpifL 
McClary 4-bnmtr tanJa 4ap alrrtru 
rang*, irillght. 3-ptaco blue Krorhler 
ehetierfivid *uUs. diop-lrat kii^ben lablt. 
4 chatr*. aolid oak rDinat. Are is# ra- 
Irlgerator. green Simmons studio eourh. 
doubt* bed. spring-filled mslireis and 
aprtiigs. rhatt af drsveri. All Hems prac- 
ifrally n»* O TNI 

N " •fw”'^CUSTbM^inLT CHAIR, BLBT» 
irleallp ernpeiiad, seats two, gultakla 
Invalid ar eidvrlr peraoc) Phans aam- 
inga- I'D, eveniDD I'l. B)IH. 



17*47 rtnea. 
Offer B 3)01 



SARBRY EQUIPMENT SPBETAU 
TWrer-Oerk Hubbsfll Btkfr*4 Oran. 

Ilka na* DMM 

N-Qt Mistr, eoRPtot# with M quart 
aquipmrnl. compivic’e raflnUbed MUM 
ll-Quarl Miser, use ne* IMI M 

No* Avsilsble— New NsHrt l-Qt sad 
II'QI Miiera snd Arreseoiitk 
Trsdta _ Ttrma 

RYAN BROTUERB WB8TBXR LTD. 
Pbons 8 mi HI Old Bequlmsll Rm 4 



HEAP BIG SMOKE 
BUT NO FIRE? ? 



If that t rour trouble, maibe your fumare 
needf new pinea. lilting*- at anm* ellvtr 
nere«aarv repairs If thsi’i the e**a. i"« 
had belter *'op In snd *#e u* W* haw 
rvsrvlhlnf you nerd In pul vodr (iirnsro 
la "Tip-Top" *h*pe Rfraember. you ■**# 
la heal. «bsi it cools id repair ill 



REWARD 
with o 
BICYCLE 



tired In bpiof you new. lower pDrci m thU 
■urartivt eabtnau Check the»e fesiuret 

Height 4r'— Seleri your a*« wtU 
pacUtoa. 

Ml* between stod4 
Full-Mtc Mrfsce board. 

Add ltanal oImv« bosiB 
Slmog hardosre »a ap*r*a] **« 
la*crlnc lesiur*. 

Plueh'iypa B-piy Saar InciudeB 

Prlta Only |T1I AO CoRpUta 

Shop around ar compart prira* inil )*b 
• III m»d 111 eont* of value far III t•crv 
Prea eeiimawe on each denr* framet 
elsir FfUtgerv (Ulu>ee. cir Beraslni In 
glyanod euMlime. email pierks of bard- 
wood, hardwood venaera etc. 

auUd With Builders ' 



pair fesntsms 



U 'ANTED — BANJO, POUR-STRINO 
etssdsrd. Mu*t bs good InitrunMnt 
at rellsble male curb a* Lodvl4 MaybeU 
Viegsr. Bus MU ColonUt 

U '*'A?nTb "TO Bor~ POR casr-an 
elertrF or Hoser-lypc reod organ 
Box M4J. ColonlU. 



U E PRIDOE, 11)1. MOHOOANY DROP- 
Naf Isbte. l«o karee. eu'isb’e living 
or dii'iiig. 140 me U-B iron, ihrMnnaial 
control. ITM Krsling IHQ. _ 

/<Oob ICB~ BOX.'mBAT’ BAYE AUTO- 

' f m*t1'- gk* •••er beater. Bull* I. 

1)4 Cormorant Birwet ' 

j lARDlx” EQUIPPED 'TRACTOR. AS 
^T new. r«a*"b*b:t. O 31H. wnlnD,^ 
BLKTRir 



Por psMlhg thii** a>booi •••»« uuihibB 
eauld M better Uiaii g nro 

C C M. Of RALEIGH 



CARPtTONlUM SPECIAL 
rvRIENTAL CARPirr. Die' C Hit*. AfU- 
1 ' oeer pattern In beige, rust and blu* 
lultable for rcrepuoo mom, botei ar re- 
wrt Will laertflre tnr $311 CarpalsMiiR. 
lit! Vanrtiuver Street E3BH. 

/"kvi SINOli BEo 7 SPRINO ANIMAT* 

y ' iras*' poe Isege dretwr I MM 

rpHHII-FrEI^'cWBSTERPIELD SUTTE. 
1 with allp coftTi. In good ibapc Ml. 
Aop y Mr*. 8. Charier*, corner at Book* 
*nd SUti on ttok di. LuiiAA. 

T win BEDS, walnut, box spRtNiis 
ai*1 Inner eurtnD. maitrtes. as new. 
HM B y»m. 

ypwo 4|-‘~BBDS ANU MATTRBBS CHEAP 
I Albion I11R after I.M. 

T ^L'ntA MODERN OINTNO •> ROOM 
' snitt. glr'**y nmeti with ploah ehclre, 
'Ike nrw. nil |4M Will tell for DM or 
brti oSer At >*M Pool Bay Rood ar 



SOUTHALL STOVE CO 

•41 CORMORANT ST. O 3»l 



^ I A ALLOWANCE POR TOUR KITOnM 
X I U tablo and chairs 'In sny osndl* 
twni as part down payment an sny new 
ehramc suite st HUMBBRS WARBIfOfitt. 
Chswse (PMi the btgtest selenien *c e* 
ever showa s' wnsis floor fuO 

besudes 



Convenient Terms Arranged 
TrsdC'Inc Areeatod 



4 BimR DEAI^WS PIX RADIOS IN 
ea year own home; any dtsirirt. dsy or 
evening. Home Radio Service, O Mil oayi. 
B 3111 avenlr.gi 

/ iOMPl^nt PARTE 'por ham — Ik^ 
*•'' salt alt'bsnd trsnamltter. *tth new 
I'tooi Hammond csbinct. spnret. Hik. 
Trade for l-mrtr* ilg and oaih. or mil tur 
but Atfer. B441I. 

'l.yXPBRr RAmO~RiPAtRS~-^MEM8n 

1 ^ N R i Aaronaon • Ml Johnson O 41D 

ryOKE ~PLrrCHER'S~PIR8T ^POR 
F rampvient eipcrienrsd Mrbnlclaaa 
Wa pkk op and deliver 

rurrcucR bros 

mo DsUBiS* Bt 01141 



ALL YEAR 

FURNACE COMPORT 

C'sRpleta with hat-sir pipes snd registers. 
Can ba iseisllad Ibree to all days Onsraa> 
lead nM lo emoie II4« and up AIm repair 
•ork. Anvvhera. PHONB BMII or OUTI. 



• OOD OAROCN ROLLER, 
f hedge trimmer, es good a* new_f MM 

1 0IIBEH0L0 REPHIOSRATOR PHIL- 
COk ) year* aid. Apply Jubnea Coffee 



M l Station Road^Langiurd. w Boi , HIT . 

4 1 COW AND aORSE'MANURE, l-FT 
-•A r*d«r Dcwta at )M oaih. 4-il. cord- 
•sad. dfiiaareu E3IM 



ROBINSON'S 



8 -MM. MOVIE CAMERA CALL O 4HI 
^Iter 4pm 

2 «a X )Sa BOe^ PRSNSldAN. COUPUTO 
raicgr Ander. aptuaJ vie* finder. 4 1 
ruted len*. three rut Alai holders. Aim 
park, ne* coudnion. Wbai aSeral Rax 
DM. Cplonai. 

8 -INCH TABLE SAW M«"VaWCETT OoJ 
Tans*, li) EaiUtii Mryri* |ii: Beaus 
aaeher 1)1 Miiffai Handl-CBef. ne* 1)1 
Nelmont U) Q 

T^ftece walnut^beoroom' sun% 



IMI BROAD ST. 



CS ICB RXPRinBRATOR POR BALE. 
M-tb, good candlt’oo, HI. Bmilh. 
ColqulU XIX. 



rosmAL-TYPE INVAUD'B WMEBL- 
1 cAAitr good aandiUgn. 1)1 DMk 
1 ARTMAN WAROTOBK TEJJ4R. OOOO 

1 raodinon. D« Bllll 

fALE HRARINO AID. |3t MM PERN- 

I wood Ruad R.1'^ __ _ __ 

C^RSPRfOBRATOR. IVORT. ENAMEL. 

M Iba- aapaciiy. foad eandltiea. Dd. 



Utyn fbaao 



YARD POWER 



BICYCLES 

* JUST LIKE NEW 

UOARANTEED 13 MONTH0 
BNOLIBH. ) SPEIDB 

$39.50 

Purs rubber inner lubes fS'ilV* _ H 
BICYCLES sverbsnied D1 

VICTORY CYCLE WORKS 

ISI J0RN80N KT. 



Builders' Sosh & Door Ltd. 

3M OarhaUy Ruad O M 



tarhment and certain tpare pert*. Bqnip* 
ment U tn Arat-rlaae renditian. AddirM 
enquiries tn P L. Kttin. rily cterr 411 
Argyle Btretl. Port AtbornU B C. 

rvHBAP^POR CASH. TWO-DB0M DON* 
y ' boy. B))4l. evenings. OM11._ 

I '.ioR SALE OR RENT— NA*nOMAL BAW- 
mil: ^ilv M Mmstrosm Road 

1 * lirnnrNA'noNAL tdi tractor^ 

Rgulpped *Uh Kyster D4 doubts drum 
donkey vtnch fk-epeed Irsna.t. Uesraon 
bvdrsullc aogl* hlstle D.MO cakh «vr what 



A I MA.NLrRg. dolU ROCR. C1NDSHS. 
All. H M yard B Vyc O IM4 



PPtE BOXBS. WniAWBXRnV CKATEB 
snd pottio eaek* for as,r. O IID. 
BOUT 1 ACRE OP OOOp UAY FOR 

ksle. I Mil 

'UJWUTTE d'E WASKINO MAOHUtS. 
, psrfert candiuoa. laa o Hi) 



IfiRZB • I LONG - PLATINO COLUM8U 
I rworda *lth every ColumMs long- 
pitying record p:iy«r Dll) 

PLB^HBR BKOS. 

tIM Onutlae 0 7tH 

i POR'T ABLE ICLECTiltC ANO” BATTEHY 
a rsdio. gnad eondltlao. IM 14)0 



phnne Caiguiu UY. 



BARGAINS BUILDERS 
CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS 

Ha. *s sts n«l trying la esH row sny rub- 
buh Prteea at onr lumber if* juit-bnoeet 
averydsr vsluea. Come Is and ees tor 
eauraell. 



DRAMATIZB TOUR HOME 
tt 'mi PVRNITVRE PROM PLBTOICRB. 
" )>1 BffI 

purmncR bros. 

tm Ooutlaa Sircat OIIU 



BP ) PHASB NEW MOTOR: LAROB 
Blalform ecsit B I3H. 



CE RtnitUERATOR. )ID DOUOLAB 



miACnVE )'WAT CAMDLB TKl 
light, tlik Misdc. new, d) BDII 



ICE BOX. «NX AND M»CELLANBOU8 
4 fur asla. 0 4fl3. 

’T^HNflOH'S’rtobR POLiSHn HOUBE- 
el hnid nndeL neter watd. |40 111 

Budiby Street. 

K 'lLVENiTTE PRIO, 13). IMI HAS-f. 
tD|i fllreat. 

K ayak, t-poot. wnw paooie — 

Phone O M4) _ 

L eica 3 »'mm. latebt’ model 1-C 
rsmers *ilh PI Sommar lent Soppic- 
mer<*ry ICM Te!ephJ«4 lene and 
Vidoiw viewfinder 1 flUrra evar-readr raa* 
end equipment rs»e All Ifrnet le*la ma- 
letlat aa ne*. Offert ^erepiad Boi fill. 

Cnlonlet. _ 

T AMP SHADIM. IP’ TO It" SltES. DIB- 
iJ eontlniiad »ne. frattW radured *r''» 
----- * - 1JS pari Street 



■MM KQDABCOPl MODEL "BE.'* T* 
1 1 teni. movie prafaeter Baaka 140. 

~vns. UREd' INtAin~t,TNOr d'ar* 

hm«r>. The let. II BIM1 



V BELL TENT AND A BICYCLE 13H 
HaUe*ay. 

V NBCO SPEEDEX~P4»\wrrH~NfW 
iaslhcr caac. DO. B 4M3. 

A ' "ttRACTI'vE lawn rRAIRS.~REASON. 
abir. HI Wtliea 81 CaU baraa I. 

' a UT6MA'ncr~OAS~WATER HEATER. 
eV Ire boau. lor aa'e O M14 

fjcDROU., rodT" wAoma tackle. 

rural nart bos. Duirh aaali. thins. 



\\*ALNUT BED. D R I S S B R AKD 
V* eprlng-nilad msiucaa, IM: wslnsi 
srmrbair. Ill 8 4J« 

ri’ALNUT sfe. COMPUrrS. SPRIN^ 
iv'niiad Bsttreat. Do t)1ld 



K ADtO - PHONOORAPR. STROMBSH*!- 
Csrloon. model Ns Ite-L. flue inn- 
dlMoe: M) B MM 



SOME EXTRA SPECIALS 

r B ir* Br bssrd. S4B — D) Par M 
r g )■* nnd I" s 4 dr 841 _.D) Psr M. 

r' g *•' aedar 848 |M Par M 

r* t tr* Br 848 — MO Psr M 

r and r Sr. raufR IMPeiM 



I POWER CHAIN 8AWS-BSPA1RS. CHAIN 
I ruing aervM Nsv* aevsrst far aale. 

tond candUlaa. Power Bs* Home, HOB 
Whtrdsnn Bt t ISO) 



>CA RAND RADIO. USED ONLY A PEW 

’ montha. raseonable OHM 



BROOKLANDS 
MOTORCYCLE WORKS 

g)T PORT BTRCrr 

Dnas the prlca al gaa or bus schedules 



CLEARANCE SALB 



tlvEBTINattOUBB MANTEL RADIO. TN 
*> goAk efindliion. HI ar nesrett effer 
U1 Sittcae BL 



6 ONLY BLACK WALNUT PISH DIN- 
lug ehsire. besniiruilv French paluhed. 
act W). II aniy auihenUe reprodwettan. 
Cramufil dining shsira menufseturet*' 
rlsa* eut. |)l Id each 1 only Belmoo! 
srm chsir b'.aade flniah ID M: I snty 
•II Btshagsny, stngis padaaisl. l--drs*er 
desk, sa ne*. Ill M; one only Shersien 
•eties. black lacquer, new kPUngs snd 
uwhalt’.ery A real fir-d fee the lover sf 
q'lsllir fnmliure Only Ity M 
B L Vn.IER CO. 

Ig|t Osb Rty Avenue O )113 



erry you? Why nai aea ui sbegi a Ughi- 
eight EareUlor *r B8A maistcyslt snd 
Rd your trsnspartstioo traubiu? 

ieo. Shonks Pop SKonks 
E5926 



Wo esn sloe sippiy yes vilh Ihe beat 

grsdaa of Sbithing von rsiutrs In bsUdliig 
-abiplBP, atuds. rsAert. RUG. hasms. etc 
If there it ssmcthiat «e nsva net goL «• 
will gut It fnr y*« In aur awn mill. 



grade dining-room auHe, bnoka. pair of 
•IM bv Othbana ItM’ seB rsn. ••* Well- 
bum modern i-room bubgale* IMI Burn- 
aide Weal _ 

R ~^on hole attachment por 

VKKers. SiQger ong Whits machifvad 
Tsyl«r_*_^ . lil Pnri 

f>ElX~^ih“HOWEU. II WM PROJECTOR. 
■* THpininst". TM'*tu lamp, AC. 
DC; ipllrer rvwindera B 4)H 



LIOfrrWDONTS • MIDnUCWEXOWTB 
HEAVTWlIOirrS- wt RAVI THEM 
Priced to SeU and Ousrsnised 

R. SHANKS 8. SONS 

DOUGLAS AT MARKET 
YSUI Friendly Dea>er 



Kholso TimberCo. (1945) 



BEATTY 

WASHER 



BABY TERMS 
)4 MO?m)S TO PAT 



H D Ma‘n*dr1og S Co 
i ImWCS DIKJfER BIT 



Wsinni VsflItv snd Steel 
Auatrslitn Maple Dreaaer With Urga 
Mirror 

Pbllre Sedta 
Ushegsnr Aldebcsrd 
CheatertlrM Table. I f1 I In 



STAN0ARI3 

MODEL 



POR BALE I1 



TRB NBW IIU 

FRIGIDAtRE 

REFRIGERATORS 



H ast carriaoe por sale, cot- 

Ispalble blus-fTH- 4nd In geed eandl 
tlrm^lil B 4i4* _ 

IJABT 'crib. ItsM. TWIN lOtmT 
J> g(^ rondUtnti. with Rsllretaes 
Chesp EM7I 



R. A. Green Lumber Co, 
Limited 

MH DOUfmAB ST. 



\fOVniO EAST. BILLINA BEAUTIPUL 
MeClsry tour.burnve iabls>tas eifv- 
Irle range, Uiraa-nicca bine Kmebier 
Oevierfle'd eulG. •"*•< nsk rskissl. A»e 
Ice be*, double Wd and iprir*. *'th 
agrtng.fll'ed Ra’'fe» rhea* st d'swera, 
3iD Alif«v , Phene O IMI for prlrea. er 
maea p.ffer 



IMg INDIAN 

MOTORCYCLE. T'WIN CYUNDBR "ROAD- 
MASTER ' EXCBIXENT CONDITION. 
LOADED WITH 



SBEDS' FURffTTURB 



Phnnt EMS 



McLennan, McFEELYi 
PRIOR LIMITED 



isrs PRAM IN OOOD roNornoN. 

' eemple’e «t'h mattreoi HI O ISH 

■ast^ B iTob^ tn'oood coNomoN 

' R 11*) ^ 

ASTE PtAYPEN. CALL A M. OlO-t*. 
I IM Siordea Bt 

ABTVARRUnt' CLEAN AffO W NEW 
' enn<1!Uon roa* HI nrlr* HI R_1IU^ 

■E»fOrx“ALMONT' NIW. RPABONABuT 
Reanm lim 



,nEi.*s WALNtrr twin niDRoriM 
•ulle, aartng-rilted ma'ireaa ‘Elumber 
Dg'' aprings good ewndlUiMi O 43B1 



S"xT* Clear Bevet Odar Si ding. M HM 
aVPROC lATH— OYPROC SHEETS. 4 si’ 
14'* t'piy PIr Vanoor, BUS. 4 eE DU 
«•> 1'Ply Hr Vooaor. SH8. 4'sr. IIM 
r* capper Conductor Pip*, ww (••* <to 

Wtoda* StroeBS. any Ms*, mado to ordM 
gslristaad ar cop*«r virs. 

SASH — DOORS — PRAMBB 
CABOrrTE — DETAIL UILLWOU 
MADS TO OfUlBR 
BUtLOERE RAROWARS 
RAPCO PAIK7E — SAPTONE 
PKONEE: O TH4 — O Nil 



M arksmen* RiruEMENt - new ike- 

Inllvid )0) Hflv Onvemmen* amnd- 
• rd Mark TV, Psfkef'Hsl* mniaped *nh 
•htppine *•■• far S rlUea Whsi afferil 
Phpe.# B 1H4 ____ 

M others* rb'nt a carriaob 
ecenlier nr go-esrt far ahnnoing 
bsbv anle »c sM dar st RnblnsanA JIM 
Rffieil Street Phonr PStl) 

M OVINO-HATE TWRIE HCrmATES 
qasn'.'tv kitrben s’enalU eat! Iran 
hea'ec, rnmp'eie vHne repsir wullii. eb*a*. 
R34*i hefi'r# ) p R «r after I pm 

M ATTRYBB PryR’siNmA BPD )• 
-•'•wer rbew sf drawer* Pmerpela* 
rsne* *!ih aawa u it burner R IDI 



THE BAY MOTORS 

BRENTWOOD PHONE KEATINO Ht 



O B MOROtS LIMITED 
^srdera. Uesdars. PLsdrIveri. Boamlnf 
and Towlnt Wlnebcs 

tUndsrd Madsli at Bstll to Otde* 
tnguatriAl Rgearva B mwlrs mt 



roaplaioly Bqu<pp«d Prigidslee Sarviru 
tiepsnment with Ptttsry-trstned Servict- 
men. 

14b ew. D Msaitr mndei svslUbls tar Im- 
medtsie delivery 



SPECIALS IN USED 
FURNITURE 



BEDROOM SU*'^ 



McLention, McFeely & Prior 
I4M oovnungETcr bt. o ui 



A BrrrxR peal 

V LL NEW RANOB OIL BURNERS 

compistely inatslled. _ __ 

Cye>M 4'laoi srafiie leH !I?JS 

Cyr.lM AutopnlM Tump IlikN 

ABC «lcA lurnera _ Me M 

AU *ark fusTSuteed. vfcy puy mare? 

RON GLOVER. OIL BURNKRB,. B )I3I 



A brand new llghi maple Badrswm BulM 
whWh he* been in ctorsgo aver s yanr, 

eampleie with sprlne-Siled msitrwss s*M 
"SIwmber Ring" apnng. To* esve 111 as 
this never-ueec ouH# 0«r prlca M HIM) 
eampleie Anether Bnito Ui ■sinut. U hsa 
been uaed bat veil lew Prtos ssmp4aM 
IHM Bight pieee eshd ssk DUilng-raam 
■uiie *Thle i* • very gnod buy st |I) iS 
SM of fgsr Oinetto Hisirt with toBoaUT 
uphr>i4<ered sesu The four for HIM 
tvarv ansaael ilsaa-daor LTilina Cdgli M r e 
HIM An aU-aaetol 4' F' Bod a am MaM 
with goad wring s»d eery gwad stmaae sas 
•pnne-fltkad nstireae IMM Bla aehar Badi 
■enmpTet* with rprliags and maitreHm 
HI H to 114 M "It psye to gp to Orsy's.* 



Large Osh Raobea*s vtih leaded 
^•es dwrra U U 

T*« Bman Walnut Chinp Csblnete f* M 

snd DM 

Walnut Jseobasn Drap-Prent Peak II kB 

Durden Hamaock *1M 

Ounrlsv Plsna. perfe*) renditian t))M 



|-) HP DtBC AND BELT SAinSSR. 
I Mmpteia. DO. IP' Durs nandna. ’«■ 

h p gaoler. H3l Bidary )DX 

T”Tb~*li~ CAT~ l“lB8ACBON AFOLE 
I btode and winch Bos MIT. CAlnciitt 



ABT** PRAM TN OOOO rONTifTTON, 



Phene O IMI 



BAROATUB hXnriAtNA BANOAINB 
I aARPrr BWBtPPR. MPTAI. ICE NOE. 
' lean mwuer ] rnh*. 3 reentd plAV- 
•r« firep leaf Ubie and hHrhen rhsira 
•ewKM noihei dnar. bfam snd cMns and 
ethtr iiaafui srtlrl*t 

DE LUXE VARirnr BTORE 
lit! Cnek Street EMU 

c lAMKRA^RECOMAR )'-. s IS. P* I 
1 . fichnvtor' 1 I 3M Campur 4l,u"er. 
Puts be>iaera film pack kdoMf rsrnihg 
cate fuiers. gll Alimr 41Y 403i Bssn 

teh flitad 

gToMPLETE DINNER BEHVlCt POR #' 
a > Dark Blue Plarantme Wedgwowd 
hwfie chink. 4'M I rut glkaa cackisil 
giSMos and plsi»a. O MKT 

/•VOkCULEX' TNERAPEUTtC UNH. EE- 
1 rei-ent rtiief far krthriils ki.d rhas' 
MtM pain ra.l BMII _ 

I ^OLOBRAfR ICE RtPRIOBRATOR IM 
^ ha tsa*cil>, eaie lent tandlUan 

C*Ka»* ^ _ _ _ _ _ 

i aONBOLE RADIO. OLDER MODEL II. 
" . na* mUM. ato. eopiDt •«*, I-grarg 
ridtlvalor SMS) _ 

j rtltCAOO ^ROUXH BKATBS. w’tTH 

* snite klk baat*. atae 3. very g«*4 
■ nap*. g)l or noar oner _0 Mil 

i inturs METAL CRIB. OCW30 OONOt' 
' Don, HI. maeirws Ineinded Caequiu 

_ _ -- - 

4 aAinirKU JARSr WUJK MOtJTK. Wm- 

* - ahlta, II de* peaaeut* 

•n inifi* •icm ahad> III B mM 



\ LMOST NEW. IN EXCELLENT CONDI- 
'■g(i Huat ae:| Immediataiy. • hay • 
er man I CCM three- apeeg siryLle *un 
gviiereiar eet and other eatrsa. Phone 
t.lTII 

H ~ 'iCYCLBB -e ALL SCTB. REPAIR8 
Work gusraoiaad Ascmmsa Ml 
Jehnawn Bl?«i 

'UEAR BPECIAL* 



McCULLOCH POWER SAWS 

FOR LOOOINO AND LAND fXEARDfO 

)'HP, H LBS— ONE-MAN TYPE *lth 
SO'. II' H' sad )«' bars 
l-HP. 41 IBS. - TWO'MRN TYPE with 
M ". JK'. 4<l . M~ and M" bars. 

PRICE. 1314 UP 

Safe ToJ^ Rack! Make Money With Tbesu 
Light-Weight Pagt-Csliing Bswk 



M eCt.ART y WOOD PCRNACE OOPD 
trnd'i.nn erenoml-si sod sfflrle*i. 
am cniq )40 

M ann RtrvcLE portarue oram«>-. 

pnoee 4-’l bed. ne* Anor Pho«a 
\fnnAar O 4)kl 

P08 



ABOUT AN OIL BURNBRt PUONB 
*' s Mi) Cor as oaumats *• toataliihg 
a Cydiea rsAg* Butwar ai as all nesur A 
pnod burner n >>4 and inaiaued b) an es- 

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\ NirniiNo~itrTo 6 LBr TiiuNK*. Burr- 

ra*ca. alofM Hl«ta»i ancai «aid 



l.iURfltBHBU OR UNFCflNtBHBO 
ft aalarfrnni bauaa. k ar I badraamt. 
tor ) ar ft mantbft- Within 11 mllat raAlUft. 
Up (a in Bontbly B 14M 
^feKUABLB YOUMi) COUFLB BBQUIBB 
LV aiftftU bottsd. alaa* to fUftstmaiua 
rml Bos #041. Calorvl*! ^ 
I'^BNfLT NBBUBD - BMALU 
\ raftSababla hoaia fer Juna H Buraiy 
•ansa kind pftrsnn muai ba»a ana ta Ni 
BS hAtt O IMft 



OPENING AUCTION 



TOUBIST 



OUBNT ROCJS 



tfaru Birakfftit. t 373 < 

OCBBT ROOBB.’ ill VAN- 
:ftt4ft Roam a»b >r«ftktftiL 

B 8 ' CbrUtlaa Onart Hooaf. 

lAM limft. OfAOt. 



K ROOM went OAB FtATB AND 
sink, fnntlabtd. In nira tocauan. 
r ta. IMI Firnaood Haad Ne eIvU* 



Ot Regulor Monthly Soles 

LIVESTOCK - IMPLEMENTS 
MACHINERY 



M FLATS AND AFARTMENTS 
WANTED 



H k. boom, obntlbman frbfbbbxd.* 
. aisa tor#a H K room aitb atnk tad 
gftift#* la lai.^ OM34 

I T OUBBKBBFIHO BOOM. NBAR BtlL 



All typa* aarvlce 



THE MANUUtHm 
iCBUn AND BOARD B 
airallani maa!*' modarft r« 
«4 Ibftft R*»k KUaal 



M OOBKN SUIT A ALL - BLBCTRtC. 

bot-aairr baat and 0^-ma*u< >arr« 
liyitrf-raoin . feadraairi« kurlMUi **ipai- 
bathraom Naar duc^ard and Na«*n 
Boi felM. Colonitt 

M ODBBN. 9-boom. BKLF-COtrTAtNSD 
• lUta. ftdulii U94 Ida naftr Jubitoa 
fforplUl 1-4 p at 



ArTBNIiUN. MH LANDLOHD 

V PKOhB CALL RBUTB YOLK HOUSS 
at *uiu Ui cuoA taaftbi* Try tar 
lartKi lor trtulis 

RENTALS DhLlMmtO 
B 1S4* 

H i JULY M ~ MIDOLB-AOB' COUFLB 
aatk aaiali 3-roum talf-coutaliiad «n< 
furauhad baaiad apartwcni Boc 441*. 
CalOBUt 

i-ftbUFLA WISH UNnRNIBHBD~BABB- 
' ‘ mrni tout or aaftll buntalo*. A94- 
IM montblp KlUslda ar cup. B« 4410, 
ColdOU L 

/ -xOVruT WITH 1 - YBAB • OLD OUIL 
' ' btad 3 ar «>raaai aulu or ditplaa. 
Baaaonabla rtat 0 4409 

i'tAAmBR wnjTcoLiit^ Morh. crcs. 

y-y aaebaacr room. Bai MM, CntoalaL 

1 “ ’NFUBNIIHID OOFL« ~ OB l»fc* 
apanmanl aaniad alolu. parma- 
nrat 9H9 Byron. B I4U 



/^AB INStkiAHCX COBTB O.SLV 41ft TO 
' ' rovtr f« RrilUB Calusabia Bsft't Ba- 
■ponsiliLltiy Ua and •*! * ftini card 
J W 8 UCK;CR ISSUBANCk AUlVL-lkB 

lift Fambarloft Bulldioi Pbaa* k 91*4 



V LMOBT NKW FRtOOB NFOT CASH 
_ O 4113. 

\ NTIOUBSFlNHIKO WHBLL tH WOBB- 
ink aroar. Pftat*a Bidoat i4o 

I aONVBBTO COUCH. BABY CHAtB. BOlt 

^ (ottoc, maUra** S-staa roftoanahM 

f 9M1 

L'UnBt JVNK-BkBB BOTTUM. BAOfC 
Ij ta«>* ar anfilurif nwifel banibi; taao 
•r toa ntry. B49 4J 

H lumri FHICBB FOB 6 m4) and 
d tamt- odj. ' B Aaa n Md.. UI1 Dawjtoa. 

4 ftLO BinCI^ AKO FARTB ABB 
" P aarth man^ at kit Jobasa* BiraaL 

DOFULAR MAKt tATB MODBL KB* 
L frtaaraftar aantad, op (a klfta cash 



F itnurufixo rodbb wanted by 

tauna *Ma* aitb tmail aall-fetbarad 

cblklran t Jn* afur 1 M • ■ 

W’AKTKD-^ rUlCNlBftlBD HOUBB OB 
1* apartmant ta rani, a or 1 roama. lor 
Audust 1st. ao ar naar Oak Bay aatsr- 
irant Btlmant IMX. rra*. 

I VAiriTO XO lUNT. FOB I VBAJk. 3 OR 
11 4 -Hdropm buBM. tornttkad, WU 
pay Pull rmra rant la adyane* 01*4 fiU 
panuiitora in rmly 8c« 4494. C^bUL^ 

rm 'TNFUKSHkHkO _ ^ 

B ~t blbuablb TiaftAirri-BMALt. un- 
rumishad ar imrtly fomlibad *>■** 
fat toenl miila and 4.ymr.ald tul Wiu 
par a> to 439 a nneib ranC Flaata 

Kb«M 8 1411 or B Mil 

VaaIRLY MOntRN 9-BtOROOM KOldt. 
r load dUirirL 9 to t-mUa tirtla, fep 
flrtt-«iata uaant pltoiH 1 1949 

lfiiot3rn/Y~ Naokn'- UNn’i'-Noitro 

uaori* F Rataii it.afid rift* 



f AlUlB LHK BOOM. FURNIBRKP. 
la naair dmo'alfd suit tao Putin*** 
clrit or Dur»at aoly 994 Moas Bl QfTftft 

ABOk'FURNIBHfO Hi’lfOoiT WITH 
ft nka klubanrttr 111 # MrKansla 

o mi 



rpRANRIBNT AFARTMkHTN BY DAY OR 
1 aati Km* Aul Hol*> Biantoard 

lirRKKl.V AND TRAHBIENI - CLEAN 

t Olan 
iMI Bto 



AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS 
DUNCAN, B C 

Mondoy, June 26, 1950 
At 12 30 Noon 



Ir raaBcaatia, «ul*l surrouadUM 
Caurt Houi. Bltn*bard asd Kium 

ARCRtirCN nOT^ 

Atlrariitr, Yutti turronadtofa 
Bat aad told aatar to tvtry room 
Clor* to. Dto Hu-raw 
441 M^OB* ST _ •'** 

-7 Vrt” FORT - AFARTMBNTYL DOUBLE 
/ I U aad atoala raotoft raasanabU aaak- 



ICILY FVBNIkBBD l•BOnM BUITB. 
nrar Anriyard 1341 Iskaimall. 



i;*NOtNB RtCONOmnNlNO BFirtAL- 
Ift itU— Oat «it artws caosp'ata im 
raMro. install kotoa* pins, rtnys Nsa 
rnf.nt prrfarmatxt tsir an ta* and an 
CiriT DOWMAN UAAAUI. 194 JOHSBOM 



r ABGB FRONT BOOM. QBOCND 
I ft flaar. taa far raahtor XV*. atar 
caafc 8 toll. 



M iciiabi. 8 auto body bhof-cou- 
plaia feadv and landar rapairR aaint* 
tod. tr^toi Pbnaa B lAll 3Ml D^laa 
•trwi VlriarU. B C 



AROB FUHNlSnXD MK BOOM, 
ftaund float Claaa to k 9443 

K. RobM. Btnr WORKINOI COUPLI. 
ft. e l aaa la _ 4 

JtB. OROUKD FLOOfk, ALL FOUND 
ft 1941 iahnaon O 4441. 

ABOB N K R .~CKNT1UU.Y LOCATED 



O VkBLOOKlNO OAK BAT .. N k A B 
aaaUiaus* aad tanmlanl la loif 
oaaraa Urtof-raato. dintof-raaia. hadroam 
• twin feadtirVatb and kilrhm; fully and 
romfnrtably fumlt^ad Fhoea 0 41N 



R .trt Itoo. iba tiainiaad and a., 
tstoad patota wiu ft* praataL o*i 
fnlJ aalM far yaar iimtoek fev at- 
lartnt tbaai for aalt oa a aampeu- 
Uaa markat 



P RITATK CAR BAUM nNANCKD. FBO. 

plM Finanra Ltd MO Bant af Ta« 
ronto Bldf Fhana B >111. 



WESTHOLME HOTEL 

CoBfnrtabIr rlaan, quial aae«B«adat»ob 
for panaanaot or iraatimt «guu Caatrai 
ttf abopplat, aboaa ate 

MOBT BBAMNABLS RATSS 

COURTEOUS SERVICE 

lan OOVtRNlIBHT BT • **•* 



O ftK BAT -MODERN BUITB. LAROC 
badroom and Dvtuf roam. Irraftoj 
room mmblnatinn ktlrMn aod diatn*. 
and featbroom Siaeuie India, ranfa and 
Oarburatar Frant aad raar antranea 
Well Ibsutatad Baala aashtr ard drtar 
ftotamaMi ak kaartot kMimkla dkto 
i or I& m 0 0414 or B4M3 



AROB rOMFORTABLI LHK ROOM- 
ft CIOM to B 9113. 

k* ICCLT - FURY BSD - anTlNO-BOOM. 
' kuctwaciu. 4to« is. oMk L at 1 bam. 



ft. I lUBu U*tad wtU fe* paid for ai 
lima af aaia Tn*ckin« al raaaoa- 
*at* mua arrantad on raoaast 



U 'ANTBO ~ FORTABLB UR SMALL 
arara'ipbana for Oak Bay plaTfrooBd 

Btm m. ■ ftOkA. 

\\*ANTBD” SMALL Bbr*t BTCTCTM 
** auo plane <ttoacard aiat< Vary 
raaaonafel# O MM 

\\^NTTto'“ CEDAR BHINOti VoLTK 
11 49P ptr rard Batwaan ft and 1. BUM. 

\ \~ANfiij bTL~bBUM ^ND riAND 

11 coiauiit ipox 



MOONEY'S AUTO BODY 
NEW LOCATION 



TirtBlly . - _- 

Ba acb, B B I. Saantchtau. B_C 

ft \ ’AKTin'iMMEOlATELv' - FIVE OR 
11 sis-rw-m taouaa by raliabla. sltadf 
aerkiiid tananl Family al r.ra tour 
adults, ana iftn-aaar-oM boi. alUiia iiiy 
kmii*. JaJOM Bit prairrrrd Bos 4104. 



11 auila* M all ivpat Wt hava ratlafela 
ellmu waiiiDt «*a ebary* ta awnars 
Rauaat ar* In damand aloe Fira«* abac># 
u* your Uiiind* 



Fb.ma or WrUa Your Lifttmt* *a 
Caai/baa Aorlraltarfel Bocitty 

Fban* ID • D<]«''aA. kC 



ICB BOOM NEAR BBA MABONABLK 
Oani 114 Bosbliy Bl. 



kuom and doaku 



rNER BUITB. WBU/ FURNISHED, 
la raliabla aldrrir coupla for a Itro- 



Bonib parlod 0 4034 



O Nk. TWO on T 11 RCB BOOMS, wmi 
kltrhaaatlat. all famd. inrtodtod 
aashtr aod a*vm| martua* Bus kt doar. 
Oarai* 1040 Uantarey R <004 

0 *Kk 'oB~'mo~ BEDROOMS IN *OOOD 
boas* on bn* Hnr. Baqatmalt. with 
uss al aall-aquIPPrd kltebcu and linbf* 
ia»m Adults only E *030 

i |NB BEDROOM OR LIIK^ROOM FOR 
1 ' btu'naaa partaa, to Oak Bay, an bus 
Uua □ 9«3I 



raato. «lto brrakfan and a«cnto« 
Riaal U dcsirad. atry raaaonabl*. tor ra- 
Itnad basiaatft laay Priiata 
U«k Bay. Oaraft afallabla Bot OIN, 
ColobUi. 

V VACANCY FOB TOONU BUdlHMIL 
maa WalMua dlstanca. B31U 

I ftOMFOKTAHLE ROOM AVAILABLE 
' for ana or two wUh #rl*a*« layi». 
<yaad mtaU C«ftfar.i*nl feu* tarvua B*a- 
•onabia. Luneb prailAad if datirad. 



AUTO FAlfnlBO 



I 3ARTLV FVRK1BHBD AFAHTMlMT, 
|M rtota. Frldklalrr. tround floor, 
bast aaO wairr. ftPltor MrtUr. fnrsi*: 
100 3S 

FULLY MODBBN AFABTMtNT FIUC.ID. 
alta. fs* Mil**, larj* lirino.ioom. brd- 
room, modrrn klicbao. 3 <pc. ottbronm. 
taraye. 443 94 

MBIIABBT * CO. LTD 
139 Via* BCraai B 1141 

'cKVEN.ROOM RUITB in DEHlKABLE 
^ rcsidrniial dutrini to u«k Bay Tbrr* 
ar four badri.otM. lary* Udriy-imm. dlurlta 
and baU) Modarn klUhta •ou>FP«9 

E ss rai.f* and ralriyrratar UaauUfully 
autad and inSulaiaO tbruoybout Fur 
lurihar latarmatMO Skid appatnt Bt*a i» 
(alcpbvaa HNARClAl BUHVEY IIMITIW. 



\V"*nTBD BY TWO iJkDY TEACHERB 
11 In 90 a and iO-raar-oid bey balrhtny 
ar boofdint fatUlilM. data ta Bummar 
■ehool lOfs W**t I9(b Avma*. Built 10. 
Yanaourar, B C. 



‘oloniti 



WANTED. BY AUOUKT L L*KFUR- 
11 nUh*d bau*f allb ihrat badrucou. 
am *t«n laaa*. rniwnaiklr. cartflU unatits 

8 4U1 

\t 'ANTED BY DMUUOtFT FAMILY WITH 
11 tao small yirU ualumuhad 4 ar 4- 
room hou** ur aparlmaai Blfe09 



Gibson's Auctioneers 
& Appraisers 

LANoUV itmXlWfK 
DVNf AN 



WttCEL AUDN31CYT 



tANTED- FURNACE SAftmUBT BURN- 
^ ar RaaMHiaftl* R Ifcn 

>r~kTEEL 'bO| 1.EBMAK1(R 8 RULE 
Fhana nflor • p m Bupday, o 0PM 



UOITBF8 TO KENT 



937 VIEW 



93E FORT 



/ ftOnVAUOftCBNT HOUBB OB TOOBtBT 
' ho'n* fey tba *aa Lrasa ar *«U B 1441 
Boi_topa CBiantsi 

I aBUDHTFUL MODERN THABB-llEir- 
' room houaa. ail •itrtUc. Otl-0-Ma«>r 
Barludrd yardan. fnut tra*« Raral Oat 
aiaa. Ova mtl** out 144 par month. Bum- 
mar maath* R«Uaar.t 4ftQ 

1 ,YOn RENT - FRACnCAUr NtW 
(nJlr modarn hom* 9911 O'ladra 01 
Adult* pralarrad PHoc* EUI3 ar anta 



K BAY- ONE OR TWO-MOOMB. FVH> 
nioltaiL tor feuiinn* t^y or tMtrly 
W Horn# pri«u*tas Fhoo* o 1914 

FOBITE DEACON HtLl. PARK. ONE 
tartan, ya* plat* Rcwiy darayalad. 
> d'llal nnraa 0 4431 



BrOBimNOHOOM OF' 



FRANK IVINGS GARAGE 

BLANSIIARD AT JOHNSON 



/ ftHARMINO - -- 
1 Icrad conyanlal lady war.nni *a.a«t 
boma allb aimuapbart O 3411 

/ ftOMFOBTABLE ROOM fVLL BOARD. 
l_' cicaa lit. yauay g*otl*man only OI4M 

■f kE LUXE APPOINTMENTH. PRIVATE 
1 ’ bath, •ateallanl homa eaakad maala. 
Lavaly yarilfn and ala* 0 13*4 

N avy wife wantr workino or 
boilnai* firl tor 4 au>atbft. room ar 
raam and board p:lb barn* priyUayts. 
E94P3 

R oom poubli or^binolx. oood 
mrait. 14 mibuta* talk elly. BMJJ. 

U 'OOM. DQU8LB~OR BlNOLE, GOOD 
■talt. 14 mtouit* aaik atir B4933- 



A NEW 



ROHM HOUBB. I ADULTS. E 4933 ll-l 
pm Manday-PrldBy aaly. 



kAVk TIME - SAVE MONEY 

Dni t PC a Dot mutar apoU f«ur laolNaa 
<fip nia cao tua:*n'*i a *>*<> ro*:ii.y 
tri'rm wttb Iba latrti kta4T Eft.i pmao. 
Ptaana EfTtl Npa 

Aad Arrar.y* Fi>r Ttii* Uaic k*-*i'iia> 
Barvir* 



U OFFICES. fiTORCfl. tMlXD 
TO RENT 



1i*tNnLK. QtTIT BOOM FOB niNTLR- 
^ man. LHK 11 dntirad B*aanfiabla. 
•34 Ma*oa afirr 4 34 p m. 



BETTER WAY 



VJPACIOUB AFARTVENT IK R' 
land, aalranra balk paaeltd U 
room With tlraplar*. Blnuiy-roatb 
room, tiubao and feathn*o« Ui 
bvautiful yardaa and Jatmur' arrrkr 
Uotal Trust Company. 1304 U*i**rr 
Btraat E4194 



,'KI<H BAANEN. life QUARTS. HOHN- 
lasft laaUt. 494. alOA first fetodar. 
N Id Bap* . 43P M da Ooutitr*. Alk<b4 



Ta d'apoaa of Tout tinaani><i 'u'liliur* 
aaw ar taaondhaad modara ar amiqu* 
to la 



ftAOBORO BAV-~LAI4UII BlIftHB LS NEW 
‘ bultdiry Bant IM par month B latl 



S LYOU L H R. ROOM. EVERYTHINO 
tuAtiad 49d mnnthly 1 9113 

OMAIL 8 INOU HK ROOM. ~A1L 
t ' lourd. Bait feualaati ytrl 1331 Pandora. 

rnHBEB HXB. BfMI-PBlVATT BATh' 
I upaiair* two ar ihraa adult* ar 
aoupl*. *(kool rhild: Morm. bin handy. 
Bauth Amphlon F 3(94 

rpW<y Fl^NIBHkil~BOOM8r*HOT~^KD 
1 cald aator. yas ranta 1104 Kmys 
Baad 1 4MP 



TCkVKB BHUS -TMANBFtH AND BTUB- 
*• aft: Waal and lony-di*ian«a ma*lni' 
imrttny eratlny and atilfwtoy; nil *aa 
larrlr* la Ttr.roa**T Fhoa* B4I39 

M “~eaWAIYt BROS TBANBFEB LTD - 
ForkKura and aiare moalnf iaft(> 
distanaa r«ino*ali. haaav nanllny tarairt 
eratlny and *hip«lpy U*t aur lift van 
saraira far niraiiura raaovali TlataUa 
Vanreurar *949 Wbarf B 9144 

T.ROOM CYnTAOE AT FLORENCE 
4 l.akr. par«iaU* rQfn'*had. lor rant 
at 434 pa* month Bayna Rraliy B lUl 



,18Ft.AT FBONTAOE AT 1111 OOVERH- 
' Slant Biraat, TO laat dapih nafdwoad 
It* matsaaln* Urya buafflaiti. tuliania 
r ilna buriatM. tony toasr Oaacr 



FHBSU ] MONTHS. GOOD 

B444A 



W CLF-CONTAINU> BUITB OF THREk 
ale* roam* and bath Uppar duptot 
Flamy o( cupboard tpW'C. *•*« yas raaya. 
auuimalto h»ai naar bus. •tor* and park 
Adulta arviy _ia<ft3 _ 

L*ix-BocMko euifk with ^ktric 

^ ttuft and Ptidya. tail • canutoad. 

RN14 



BRnSH CAR SERVICE 

tUAUBA Af TAlU Bl 

tf y.ui ar* ynuig an a bxUaa* f^i* < 
car eb«k*l a*at haiat* you laa** 

3r*« S*lim*<r« t.i. Ail Work 



3 quarty 



^ANNBN OOAT. tat yututy. - . 

^ milk a day 134 also aldtr 4<*ai. t* 
•rood and caal haaiar. 414 Catouita M H 



BQUIMALT COMMUNITY CLUE HALL. 
I ail licillttot O 4194 



PRIVATE SALE 



g 1 BOUND FLOOR OPHCK WtTB LABOR 
1 I aiodna camar Viaa and ^adra. 
la rant an laa*a ti 144 par menib Varaiit 
Nuiufeta tnr featbar shop ar raaUy. *'e 
Baa Camral Baaliy. 411 tbI** E* B9131. 



OOM ABD BOARl 
> ftaUamaa prtftrird 



DOOB 



iLB OR DOUBLE ACCOMMODATION, 
laala pptMoal. Walklny dUtanca af 



B eautiful oockbhr toy cuimua- 
baa aad YartslUrt Tarticrt dtotamM 
imm«Bia«d. Oab«i**l Eaaaato Burpalda 
Ri>a d. batf mlia pa *i Nalmckaw 

iTeAUTIPUL BLOh'Dk COCKER FUFFlXE, 
1> »*U krad, 414. 433 Vt*a Eayal 

A»#rni* B ayid 

< ’ one EH BFANIEL FSMALB FUFB. ^lE. 

' 94P 4 AUMI B * 

i «OU.II FUFE. AFFLT OROUBE N«T. 
' OKiacpI* Baad. Rl{_3 
tvOOE LOOK BtOHT< FEEL BJCMrfl 
I ^ Ar* Tlytkt anaa batkad. irlmma^da* 
flaatd ai Oaktfcat Farm Kanaato Fkosa 
( a<qu>U lESM far appaialAMat 

I |OUfl AND CATS 'EOABDBO IN 8 AEI- 
I * (art indKHlual quariart Osktr**! 
K*n<i*:* Fhana Cniqotts IMM 



IWO-BOOM EUTTK 444 JOHNSON 



FREEMAN'S ANNEX 
919 PANDORA AVE 



Dockyard 



•W’O BINOLt HOUarKEEFtNU BOOME 
131 Rlllald* O MM 



I ABOt BTOBE BUrTABlJl FOB CON- 
Ift t*>-tl'>rM>r* aoff'f bar. batart. barbar, 
dry qoud* rtni. 140 moaih Apply 3M 
Bumrto* Ea" 



ai?u PabT<* ititiB ahir 
aCCYfedORIEfe 



2 LABOB n K BOOMS. FURNISHED. 

Uyht aatar and fual auppltod 43d 
Duntflinir B 4439 

2 .r 6 ^W' 8 Ulrt~ 8US3NiM~F^FLi 
praftrrad 1134 Bairbar Aa*. B 4INI 



Coa* B' O 4C4T 



A cme fielrulab BArttBu*. hanu« 
lariur*d to VIriuria ba*a l/l^na>a 
yimr battan ■vpiacad 14 maniha' yuaran- 
laa Haw ramtidMMAail aod rapiataa feat* 
tariaa 

FRANCIS NtnKRiBS to ritlEN LTD 
1119 Quadra kraai Fhana k 1t9l 



M odern store on government 

••far* naar ib* naa Boat attkB 
IT ft frmitayr 1994 par mi'nlb rNbrlAu 
A M*I Ltd E1114 A(k tor Mr Oiai'k- 
inatrp 

oTORE^FOR” RENT rEUfTABlK .POB 
aaffa# *hap Api.i* nian Court 
Hntft nianakaid and HtunbAidt 

OMAUT HALL FOR REwV" NO PIANO 
Pliiix* 14947 

»rWO RAtUl FOB RENT 0IHU1E 
I maattPK* or ra***' altof.* tot ray'ar 
maatina* nrminA floor Ho' t'"1 ri»14 
aatrr in fetlrbm an<f waahianm* Dtrhaa 
Wnodianr'h Ha'1 447 Fandara totona 
0 3741 fftf Infnrmaltai. B***«>i»fel* ram* 



A Ana lar«». madam u*n k*pi aa'Sbiuh* 
maai, ahar* *our baitar poM*'*lani •' > 
a* rarafully dl*aia**d at'd hsndtad fet * 
fulD aiptntnrad Old louniry t>aff 



48 ROOM AND BOARD WANTTII 



YOUR 

RENTAL ANSWER 



fftOOM AND BOAHD WANTED BY 
I\ yantlaman to ham* that doaan I ab- 
tact In sunbaUtlBf aitd yattirUm. Baa 
U44 Colonisi 

R oom and board fob touno male 

taa'bar to rnr.yai'tol horn*, feayinniny 
Julf l<*r r>na r**t Flahn and yaraya dj- 
ilrabk En* 4791, Catonlst _ 

K eflyed middle aged bubinemman 
I s anaHMU ta nbtoln board and trmm 
In s yoad rtom bom* a* a paying m)*at. 
Will arranya iarma Boc 0444 Coinntoft 

K 6 om“an’d’^ARO. "ciftTEE TO CEN- 
Uai Paik. avrkiny caroanwi Eok 



ROOMED APARTMENT — BLTT FIVE 
latfthara Btoh. 1494 MeOrayar 



BUMMER HOUDAT 



9]^ I NFrE.YlAHFP 

B RibiiT. CLEAN qurrr hoI'bbxekp- 
'ny room. n*it bathroom nliafela tor 
ana bustoasawnman. Bom* fornllur* 414 
1941 0*r«r Strait 



V rCBBRORliB FOR 1»44 FMNT14» - 
Hraiat. In (tor ** 111 -.. abaai rini*. 
nltkal sid« *!>•• *«>• Otar A»d maj.r 
atira* ftinna atiar < 8 194) 



LOWEST COMMISSION 
FREE APPRAISALS 

IMMEDIATE 
CASH SETTLEMENTS 



9 Wairrfrnni Baanlab Arm 

I Vlaa aufVrfe Baamrb Arm a" 1 «*r*>- 

lanltti fiirnithaa. feoaii 

9 Fun|ai<-«* 1 Blioal Bar al l«f I Oo'#* 
at til 

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iQ<)r DODOS H-TON CANOPY PtCS> 
I '03. daUvary. M« Uraa §omt wo* 
(loas aiul aovnd MM- wmo t MM. 

WXU.T8 rAKSU-ssu. on'ntAOt 
03 («r «lvat bav* y«t* AMtoa IM 

*1 ooo cw^fcoLrT”pioiap. V oo^ 

\7£,t ti,-«a. awoiiaftteaMy fal/. Mt or 



QUALITY BUYS 



SUMMER SPECIAL IN 
USED ENGINES 

WlACk.'SatN 



TXl CnADLS TO TUI tAAT CflAIS 
U A LONO JODRirYT. 

MASS rr BASim m an 

OLSONtZED 
' ONE OWNER CAR" 



IVAQ Maatcr Lo* wiioaoo hr«.*«laoo> 
ouMiiMA D«n«r Mo*ui( city l*:«a«o 

call allot • p w Wl« BonaMil AiOBte 

xrtAO CNtVSOlNT COACH. lUDia 

1 V4o uadartaac boaur. 4otr«oiaf> «u 
NtaMlIal loMltloa WUl »•» •*/ 

iaco omor m odol m | »rt NjMi- 

1 O a o POSO SWAN. lA M» mlloa Uaal 
I t4o toll ao I am haildtno a buaa 
ft! .OH Mar tafco ootaU tf oAo , Q TMA 

MYSCUNT rOROOS - NtAT 

buIw ' iKiu^ttlato cucdlUwCi. M^lor por* 
fcci Siio ovnot II lie Uait te ooob U. 



i m 1 Cim-ROUCT itiiAR le iHcn 
ItJ! A cnap lir** IMI 

psr Notirr iboa aiota«o cmiOIUoa. MU 

OoB'aour O»t*o 

1~n^ l «<?»«“• ■ * >TRT cioSl CON- 
1 70 I dilwa mU rrawaablo UornUtf 
or ifonift* A JIM 

Te^n CH»\ROLST COACH OOOO 
I tZV randRK>r> H*ai»f Miui otH 
Wbot oMorot MOl Krowlin Ni fbou« 

1 fx'xn PL^OCTH - Rt'KN OOOD. 

IVZV Tuhaai; f*!r IlM ftt fl»»I» tl 

eftor. . Noon at »U" aiTnmo_ 

Montt -A . oobo coKDmoN 
' - )t40 Nrtbatto 



COAST TO COAST 

IVCRT TRIP TOO TAJCN WITH A 
J. H MOOD OUARANTSID OSSD 



irtaz A.-1-toN m-Nur «o*ii 

1 740 aaUiUA aa4 uwteMAbly muA* 
atuaboa. a «tr) caod uuoi ai a tory to* 
priM. Pncmwiy advomood at Al.lH bai 
now rodocM to aa amauni COO^ 



roNTTAC Dt text 



CAR » A PLCANCRS TRIP FOR 

•VM 

I n 0 7 PLUIO ORIVf DODOS UDAN. 
174/ U you aro mcutiowod la taaury, 
you wiU apsrtelato »bo rtabiy # i 7QC 
al ebia ftal car 9 I • 7«^ 

1 ft a 7 CHSYROLST 4*DOOR • S DAN. 



4V teaaitlal body Unot 
moaoio. MtUflblf mll^o, 

one BK« oitraJ taabMod- 
Snaa 



$1975 

$1395 



TOP OF AUTOMOBILE 
ROW" 



MORRIN'ONPORD T< 
aaoo MM M ibM Siva* 

NbYHOIgni— .. . 

MDAM Otod •>«rco]y aaeticb u 



Model NM-I. SS h p 
Modol £. • b p 



O K. USED CARS 



TbU car otiews cxirlirat 595 

iftCft standard TANODARO Loola 
I 73U ACM niM lUi It «M ibo toy It 
loll (bo laeiarr Rod looibor (to Cft 
opbolowry. troy mouillc Bniab ) I 03U 

TRUCKS 

t PORO S-TOH EXPHBH8 
pod vtU) hoavy-dutr Uroo and 
Good appoaraneo. Aroi* m t i cft 



t h p. Boa Kmt leat 

it b p. dobooDci. UM 
a bp Jo^Doan. IPW 
■ bp. tobnMo, IM* 
a b p JoNniota. IPOA 

bp Rcwit Aiwkier. tpoa 
It b p. Bruirudo, a^yi.. laot 
It b p StlDrudo. a*oyl. IMI 



$1695 



SPECIAL PRICES 

u bSDAN •■lb 
iM (awaw Ractet ontie# A» 
n. puy $2995 

OLDSMOSIU UDANSm. Uw 
mUaatt. caMpueaaUy ( t OCA 



wnr OP ova nbw 

SERVICE CENTRE 
FOR ALL CHRYSLER 
PRODUCTS 



I yZY throutboiti.' ana 

Avonuo. ABytlwo tetoro noon 

1 ftftO SS8IX COACH. NSW TOP NSW 

I YZo paint. Botor atorbaulod In «07 

. ^ 



I rt 0*7 MSRCURT POROOR — SSAT , 

IV4/ cotcra. losUlblA- ‘wawr. ^ l 

Be* Uretv oo4y l\ 

aUT4. luiouftuUie tto^or p#e- \ 

fool tocond awnar Muat te »ooa lo te 
apprmai^jIUM Pban^Maotoy. B J«*t^ 

7n VV Dobos iboR DOOR s's d a 

I V4/ asorod bf ertfitoJ awptr. » at# 

MUM. 1*' udUli f*4iu. irMB. I 

AJWM i5_T _ ; 

7^.7, CN8V. TCOOR. IN tSeXUNHT 

1947 ibtP0 Jiia Rarrm Haad, 

Saturday and Sunday 

TTTTT^SPNCIAt OP. LOSS SEDAN ' 
1 746 Noatrr. doliooW and bacb-m 
Ittht A baauty lot ll.tM M»ci m** i 



\ At OLUHMOBUR SEDAN H|dra*«BtlC 
4/ drivo. boatar. radta. ou A baauty In 
OTory rootaot ( ^ O 95 

cut l« . .p I W ' «r 

t A T PONTIAC SEDAN Radta And boatar 
4/ Anatbor boautll*! SUtor Stroab 

'•-r $1575 

'aft ooooN AOxaiART SSAT cooni 
40 Tborwutbly rocandiUanod, palnlod a 
boauUful motAlllo fr*to. <OKO 



V^-TON NOICR PICKCP RSASONABLB 
1 U 1 Myrtla oatdT 



pnod roadittab. 
a d'rSark on 



CMSV 0000 MOTOR. REAR 
ond. Oro* ow WUl ojll m 
or urark.nt Mako elfor O Mil 



MlNCKLLANtOCS 

Curttu ]ia Cttbio foot au comitrooMr. 

Moobatilc'a apocia) aiatt 

ALSO NSW t It and II ft MOULDED 
PLYWOOD DINOHIBS 

OUTROARD SNOtNES PON RENT ON 
DAILT. WBCK-SND OR WEEKLY BAftlb 
RENTALS REASONARLE 
SpociaUaod Pant and Ropair Sorrtro 



bcattr 

elate eondltlan 9 I I 

1 ft AD PORO *-TOR EXPRESS Sbow- 
I 740 roan MSdltlon law wiUcaio. H O. 
tranamUotm. track airwbooti 

lO JNTSRNATIONAL 1-TOR STAKE, 
I 74Z low mllrata. taad candlilon. 
A^or, nlco rtdln, %]095 



1 ft Aft CHEVROLET rUUrtUNE 1* j 
I 747 DOOR. An wnUtand* w « 004 ' 
(e« buy at 07 -J 

1 ft Aft METEOR a*PAE8 COUPS. !■ to* 

I 747 aoiUot (todiitOB ibrautbaut and 
ibo pnat la rttbt $V725 

10 AO CHEVROLET BEDA.N lb ahou- 
1740 rap* oaodUtaa. A Cl 704 
rtai buy at ^ I / 

t ft A o CHEVROLET 1-DOOR Dri.ao 
I y40 toM IbAb IttM mllte ( 1 Z04 
BkoopUanal «alw at 9 IO'«' 

1 ft A D DOOOB coach a ntca alaao 
I V40 car 1b tap ( t Z04 

randlitaa ^1073 

t ft A 7 NASH SUAN. Wltb radM and 
iy4/ baatar. Tbarautbly rtaandlUanad 
and yau can buy It far ( t 40 S 



1 ft A 7 ClIRTSLER WINDSOR, fully 
IV4/ oquippod. ruataaa r*dta. now car 
carutlttoa thraudhaui Thli ear la artcod 
rt|b( far yaa. 

10 Aft AUSTIN AM PICK-UP, wltb do- 
iy4Y laehablo canapy. uaod anly far 
tranapartatiDo- In naw aandltlon. cortl- 

nod A real aaoir.g $1245 



NEW TRUCKS 
AT A 
DISCOUNT 



BO- U8BD CAR SERViOL ttl TATES ST. 

PtKST PHONE BilU 
A LITTLE CASH OOBB A LONO WAV NOW 
RX CAN KELP tOl'— PRES NEPVICt 
l»)t POND COACH lOaod tranasartatiao) 
-AM abd tit por wanth 
LIST TOUR CAR WITH IX POR 
ACTION AT I PER CENT 
WE DO NOT OPERATE A CAR LOT 



BUICK SEDAN Rtator and Ayi 
aoat eoTora ^ ' • 

cbort l« aoloct from Prlrad 
id eandlilooad In b»*Pl*E 
•via Moiara bl|b alaadArd af 



tftA^ DB LUXE MERCURY l-DOOR 
I Y46 aodan. aacciwni randiUait. radw 
and boaur. tie Any 
May Afoopt I nt lUb car trado- O Wr * 

TTTTa PORO COUPE. EXCELLENT 
iy46 tbruudhaut. maroan toim. •>* 
traa. O MU. » to » M 

1ft AX CMEV. TUDOR BSDAN. PER- 
iy40 fool oaBdiiioB. low mUoata. 

phubtair Qwnod. tl .lto 

1 ft c A PORD OB Lun ^AN. OOOD 
IV46 eandtUoo. AMt BtMl 
a ft A A MONARCH STATION WAOON. 
iy46 taod aLapo. M,M>. Otm 

a”cUETOM BUILT . 

iftAl PLYMOUTH 4 -DOOR SEDAN. 
I y4 I body aound, WMiar tatw uohol- 



l-taa traek. C R O IM W ^ 
f.M I It It-aly rrant tlroa. lU a M 
It-aly raar duaia aad otaro Honvy 
duty apnnka da luia cab. Now 
sttew. tl.lM- 

TO CLEAR . $2460 



SPECIAL 

IftAftC^VP^*** WINDSOR SEDAN. 
I V4V fully oduippod w«h all ruttaa 
arrooaonta A real aarlni for no w far 
purebaaotA NEW CAR OtlARAirm 
Pbano O lUTta arranr* f«^ dowanttratloo 



ANGUS MARINE 

SALES AND BBRVTCB 
lljt WHARP SI. VICTORIA. SC 



J. M. WOOD MOTORS 

IMl TATIS AT COOK ST 
And Our 

USED CAR LOT AT U1 TATES ET 
OppeaiU Ailaa TbtAtro 
PHONE OIIN 

DODOS • DS SOTO ■ DODOB TRUCKS 
Eotlor Cara — Ta Mara Ptapia — Per Leaa 



im AUSTIN A-M 
Bm Buy In Tuwn— Oaad Cvuditiwa 
II ITIM 

BOX Mdl. COLONIST 



Trucks 



r b e. R c.. IM 1 M It 
rtund. to luM cab. 1 
n.tM. 



$1250 
$1250 
. $695 



O M C. 

PtCKOP 



$2506 



SAILBOAT OWNERS 



OMC 

PANEL 



Wo alack a full Uno af Milfeuat nit»>|t. 
daaicnod far uar an L|abir.>iid Bi>iu*i- 
Coatu wind Dlnthloo Rt lorifo yau la 
000 tbooA drpendabk aaUbiiai niUnf* auj 
our auH**'.*ct r.fa>ug wriiuMl. 



NSW-Morcury 114” W B . rod poimI do 
Into cab. oxtra paaaonaor ooai. hoa*r 
duty mnamloatea. Now. tl.lM 

TO CLEAR $2032 



ItU OLOSMOBILK. OOOD UP- 
balatory. UtM. SMitN. ou IMi 



HAEM AMBASSADOR SEDAN. 
Tbarautbly roean- Cl 474 



Acton sum 



*7bo Boat Daol ta Town an Tour Trade-lb' 



«« .^I'TUMUBILKR AND TKl'C'KS 
WA.NTED 



SHIP CHANDLERS 

• MCMUADES LIU > 

IP IT S Ob THE WAIBR RE HAVE IT| 
Ilia WHARP ST. PHONE E U4I 



OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL • P M 



1 ft A X ‘ 

I y40 bydiojatUc druo. rodio and 
boater Buy K .. U for $ J 55Q 

, rt J -y CHEVROLET SEDAN W«3t 

iy4/tbaWUoon C1A04 



W B nanol la Ta- 
rto luio cab. oftra 
N*% prlCA llAt« 



THEY'RE HERE 
THE NEWEST 
TATRAPLAN 
SKODA 



Mercury tir* 

oawilta preon 
naaatnrer aoal 



FOR VOUR CONVENIENCE 

OUR USED CAR DEPARTMENT 
„ IS OPEN 

8 A M. to 9 P M 
MONDAT TflROUOM SATURDAY 

$*1295' OLSON MOTORS LTD. 

TATBB STREET BAROAIN 

m-WAT LOT 

\A/nDi7 ® " 

WUftA Plymoatb • Cbryaiar • Paita 

Clin Lnw *•*« •»< Eonrlea 



DAVIS L 
MOTORS D 

Eulek - PenUao - Vauaball 
O.M C. Tracka 

qUADRA STREET Botwoon Para aad VUw 
— O IlM 



a VS11N OR HtULUAN LATE MOOEU 
a\ wanted far raab B Idtl 

/ lASH^OfTTKlOD^CUtAN USED CAlC 
V V ItM ar lator prtf rrtod. O I 41i ___ 

1 ~7nouiih caIT wTntxo must be in 

J iirit tlaaa oanditloo. Caab. Olttl. 

M ' ’~OrtlT^' WANTED mToODD CONDI- 
(too. not McraoArlly rRSfitaf 8«a 
■tM. Cak«iaL 

N eed a car por mt eobd(bsb. all 
CA a b. Na doal»ra_B MA 

i)RiVATB BUYER. YICTOlUA RKEl- 
I dent, bai all eaah lor iatu-41 au>dol 
oar mat BneUtbi. wUb law nuiaaft. aloan 
aad In ta^ caadluan. Phaut OJIM. d-t 
p.Bi.. or whta Ban MM. Calnnlat 



lorcial. rod to 



1 rt J 1 STVDK»AJlA» 

I y4 I dan. aiaoium »*«•'{“« 

Al Mbditiaa tbrautbaui tt Ml S ia*i. 

M4 Eolktfk A»> 

‘a ft a 1 CKRTSUIR ROVAL IN PERFECT 
in Mtddloloo tlrcoL 



BEFORE YOU 



cendtUob. 



HEB TKEEB YALOXB— THEY WONT 
LAST LONO 



I DODOB DB LUXE SEDAN. 
I radla. bealar. malar rrbwlll. sead 
IMS B IIM I4M Ae obary Ava. 

HEATER. II.Mt. 



SPENCER HOUSTON 
CAR SALES 
951 YATES STREET 

dependable 



ORR MARINE DISTRIBUTORS 
uTD. 

IM KDfOSTON ST. VXCTDRU SUM 



BUICK SEDAN 
IMt Aacat Driri 

r^lio STATIOII WAOON. NEW 
) molar |»ad Oroo WIU »fwpt 
•r at poll noiteOBi II teirlin* 

Burnilde Wool 

^iosik orssA covO uf 'top 

) eoodiilas oil ... 

aler. Ihlny black nainl wltb a hit# 
|PM< 2KM Coltotu A«t 

7 PORD. NSW MOTOR. IIEAIXR 
; and dfiraoiot. four tlr^»^ 

wUl aecrpt tead Modrl A Ford 

*rr. Buit^lM 

HTANOARO. TWO- 
ihano. ctaoaa- ikM 



$1475 



GLADWELL'S 



Lavar Onorillei Coot 



PAROO H-TON PANEL la 

1^ cix4n 



\\*ANTXO— OOOD IIM TO |M0 CAR IN 
** oarhaafo for two amt af valuablo 
Bkaaieh ptonorir. vaiuod at II IW. ar 
^ £ 4 ^ BautoUi 4 Voteran 

Aula Mart Ltd . 1114 Osodra^l S llU 



DRIVE ONE 



aOO PANDORA AVE. 

lit BLOCKS VP PROM CTTt HALL 
Pbant Still, ar Bllll BroalaM 



TIP TOP AUTO SALES 



N0RD6ERG MARINE 



OWN ONE! 



automobiles 



ENGINES 



LIMITED 



track 



U 'ANTED — OLD RATTBRIBN 

PRANCHI RATTBRIES * 'rotlR 
1411 QUA DF A ST _ • »MI 

1 ftOft'l*)* CARS NO WRECKS t MAI 



M la m R P 
Prure tl.lM Up 

RAMSAY MACHINE WORKS 
LTD 

lUd stoio Sirooi Okilt 



1030 Yores St 



1 ft A X LMEVROLXT 1..TON PANEU 
I Y40 Wilton torvlrod itneo now and In 
■oad eoDdlUen 41004 

Sot It for 9 ' X7J 

1 ft A ft CHSVROLET I » -TON PLAT 
I Y4U DECK. Only • 000 mlUo an ■ now 
molar. Juat tbt traek far Uit (a A 4 n 
tual btolnm « ■ 

t ft A A PORD l-TON. Cab and abattla. 

1944 It, a atoal (/cft 



SHOWERS 

ELECTRIC and AUTOMOTIVE 
mi tXIOOLAS ET. 

- NEAR TKE POOKTAfN ' 



radio and air nnditlanrr. tun riaer and 
wlndahUld waahori IbU black btauiy 
baa beta drieta ably l4,tM mlleo by ano 
careful owner, and la tho uUlmaio lo 
drivinn prrlormanco abd amari otyUni. 
Wo would likt a cloan trada 00 tbu auia- 
mabllo. ^ 

1 ft Aft PO*«> CUSTOM DE LUXE POUR- 
I y4Y DOOR SEDA.N - Norm." aur 
••relco manaacr. aaya tbit lo wno at tbt 
bool bo bai toon. Rat boon ouried aloni 
(ur only 10 DM mileo by lu ortflnal awori. 
and U a >oy to tehnld . . * _ 



IMS Pard Cvavtrllblo. red. eoerdrtoe. 
ruatom radio, air oandutanor. wbtte-waii 
Urea, oaly IM mllaa. Down ll.Md 

IIM inilman «Mlnii Bodas. Uha now. air 
eondltlaner Dawn MM 

1141 Ford Tliamea panoi intcK. I IM 

mllta OwvB 4NIS 

1P4I Monarrb Sodan. radta. beaUr. uo- 
t«na rrton tun rtaor, window waAr. 
whiu-wall Urrt. Down OM 

IHI Choerairt Twa-Daor Sedan. 14 OM 
mltte. rirat-flate aanditlan Dawn IMP 

lP4f Ford Sedan, rualdsi radio, air ron- 
dltlaair. ll.PM mtlao Down IIM 

1P4T CroaalcT Stton. Down 1X19 

1147 Btttdababer CwnrorUMt. capperBlM, 
avtrdrivo. Dawn MM 

1M7 Dodfo PUkup Eiprooa Truck 
Dowd MM 

1141 Auatln Sedan. Dawn MM 



SNOLIEil 



S7 BOATS ANfl LAtlNCliER 



Ptmbrskr 



kONSy TO LOAN 



FARMERS 

The Equipment Yexj Need at 
NATIONAL 



FORD AMI. IM9 
nr nrarni aftor. 



H banu mew sntouH m stkatton 

eulnra. Mndr) A !■« bn IM. Ml 
under lui ptico tlAROEN IfOLbS Elk 
Lake Rnyal 0«c Phuno CalQuita 314-1. 

if tHHYSLEU CROWN, DIRECT DRIVE. 
' ' abort aeaaun'c wnrk lP4k mad«l Aiaa 
XT tUlneitor equipped I h p Baethopa 
beaey duly, wltb or witbaui aaektie net 
Pbione sldn'T kl R 



NO Burnetdo 



Road Eatt 



1 ft Aft BUICK SPECIAL SKDAN. VERY 
I y4U kood randlilon. beater Prlto 
It bSO AAion 314M Abo Monday 

1 ft Aft PLYMOUTH SEDAN VERT NICE- 
1 y4U leablnp car, teaaotoblo offer 3AM 
Donraatar Dtite. EIAII_ 

V ft^ft ronnOR REDAN .PORO'. RADIO 
1 940 and heater PaerUbo S t»t4 



THE NEW 
1950 

"PONTIAC CAR” 

OENERAL MOTORS LOW 

PKICED HEW CAR 

$2055 

IN VICTORIA 
CeuM Modal miB 



INSURED LOANS 
$50 TO $1000 



OPtN rVENINOS 

WILSON MOTOR^ LTD 

USED CAR EROWROOM 
YATES AT QUADRA B IIM 



HSHBS A EAROAIN AllU-Chaiioert Uac- 
tar. the -Ublud" hea*»-doiy modol. tod 
It’a ready M to la wora PaeumalU Hire 
all round, and ta |w»d ahapo 4 A 4ft 
What a buy at 9**’J\J 

USED OIBSON TRACTOR With (7Cft 
pMu^. dlaeo aad harrow 90aJ\J 

THE NEW DEARBORN BIDE-DKUVBRT 
RAKES ARS NOW IN STOCK 

HERE'S A SPBCIAL-Ntw DoarMrn tpnnA* 
obaok eulttrataro, aullablo far re«-crop 
work May bo aliacbod to Pard -7C 
UMtar la Al aocnaiU # I / «a 

One ueod PaUbanke-Moroo TypboM Pump. 

C worod by Palrbank* • MofM IS np 
ary-duly mntor R.cuBUd oa ( 1 x 4 
whoalo and fully mabtie w 1 



$1845 



t ft A ft CRCVROLBT BPECIAL DC LUXB 
I Y4U 3-DOOR SEDAN. Epolieoa tbtorlar 
and finltb. new Dominion Royal tirta all 
around, baollool bmiot and rdaolftf 
Hard lo boat for dependable, eQ04 
aooaamlcal uanaaortation p77^ 

1 ft 7 O 4-OOOR SEDAN A oar- 

I Y30 awnor ear carvfully driven aoly 
•5 AOO mlica Smart irern flnlth wlib brand 
now tlroa all around. CiceUoot motor and 
artftnal uphalatory la Sno aead-.tlan. A 
real family car $745 



1 ,'OK SALS — SPEBUSOAT CIIARTIR 
»ervuo Two booia trMiinf over 
H M» per year A raal boroain at |I ON 
Apply Port Baaihoueo. Port Alteral. SC 

|.tOR BALK -OOOD It-PT CANOE A.ND 
1 a poddk' Phoot BXtU 



Itoro a tba laet word m pei*4t»»i luona 
Wbou yau borrow dt Niotara P>naurc nao, 
liie tnauioi.Lo at nu oeiia coot luoranieoa 
poymrnt al yuur Ipan balanrt in raeo af 
deatb Solve I your owu mooUtly poymont 



AUSTOi ”ir EBDAN. 
EMIT 



'E PIBRT- 
PalbL rubOrr. 
mllot. tiwner- 
E3'M btloro OOOD 



lYOy date coadtitoa 
upheliUrr ao new ** “* 
dmen no dealer 
and nfur l M pm 
i-^SClCK SPECIAL. JUST OVER- 
jy haukd. nra uro*. enap at AHI 
Apply Ml Dunedin _ _ _ 

aft*>~ft STUDERAKER CHAMPION 8E- 
lYoY dan, (ood condition, lit Eequt- 
malt Road, tventni or Bundar moratnt 

VftOn HtLLMAM^ PASPEO VANCOO- 
I yjy rer intpocuon A4M or otter 



D n DAKIN. MARINS SJWJ.W.AWA^’^. 

H eavy duty ati.ab impebial pull 

Dkoet entinr. compklcly rtUuill and 
Euarantewd Thia rnftuo lo Ukol for 
towbooL porker ar armor Cammon lOll 
eolid injetiioa fuel ayewm. air ttatU»Y 
Tbu otipina la apon far tniportioo by ai-y 
(ompount onalneer 3M Onrft Rood Weal 






DAVIS MOTORS LTD, 

OMC. Truck# 



1140 Cbotrokl coupe Down — MU 
IA4A Poatlao Coupe- Down . AXIA 

IIM Oodfo Sedan. Mw malar. Oawo ISM 
IHO Ford Badan. Down A3H 

tAM Puntlao Sodan. rial fwod aandiilon 



Suirt 

VAUXHAU CAIta 
II Modolo to CbaoM Pram 
Q IU4 AAA PORT STRETT OHM 
Tboto u aa btttot Plaao fwr aamea 



MERCURY H-TON 
PICKUP BarrlSct at 

PORD COCPl. 
Robored mwtar 



..vunt onalneer JM Oorft Rood Weat 
lOl BOAT HOUEK pboiM H 1043. 

1 UXURY~ CABIN CML'MER. JO-MAM. 
IJ M-foai. M bp Irtitereai onaine. well 
raulpprd, tncludce dlnaor and c«rrytbiak. 
t'nipeakabio value e< M.Ite doe it at 
Canao Cave B Rodprri. 8 IIM 



AM JOHNSON 



NATIONAL MOTORS LTD 

TRACTOR OIVIBION 

All TATKB STREET O II 



I ftCft S^UUEBAXER CHAMPION 
I you RBOAL OS LUXK Air MndiUon- 
>ud aou uaaeieaoi aaaiar, MouUtul fiean. 
Actual mu*a«e a.AOU mUte. Will accept 
trtoo.rt.rmt 



im Pard Sedan. Dawn .. MM 

lAIA CadiOao Saton Dawa I4«N 

lAM Maab A-Paaaon«or Coupe- Oawu MM 

IA37 Cbovrokl cwpo. radio, bealar. aun- 
viaor. Down MN 

IMA PenUao Badan Dawa MM 

IMA Ford Caupo. Down IM 

IMI Madol ‘'A" t-Oaar Sedan Down IIP 
IMA dubura Sedaa. Down M 



DOOOB 

SKOAN 



NO SNOORSEJUl REgUlRED 



ift-irt MORRIS "i"- REALLY flOOO 
lyjy candi'ioa. MM. 3«M UvlU 
Arena* O SMI. _ 



N SW 13-PT CLINKER INBOARD. COP- 
prr riiHed tteter been la the water. 
4-h D Wivt tiilo onalor OS4MalUrSpwi 



?34S!S. S3S 

SEE THEBE AND WANT OTRERB 
AT OUR OPEN AIR SHOWROOM 



SEDAN COM 



McNEILLY & RIGBY 

I DOUGLAS ST PHOHS O MSI 



« Packard *'E 

l93ypkloly overbaukd. new AlrMt 
tiroe. baalor. Pbant Atbtnn III R 

I ft7ft BUICK CLUB COUP*. COM- 
I yjy pteto with arrrtaofiet B mi 



I A, Q MERCURY ABDAN Soaloam 

I y4y graen, too ibla car II yau want ta 
•a VO taoitey and tuU driva tbo EAftft 

teoL Down 9y\J\J 

10 JO COUPE Ibw car la la 

I y4o MauUlul oMdiUoa. orean la 

eatar. a uito-awitor car. Prltod Iw C7ftft 
eoU BC OOUB ^/Uv 



EARLY NEW CABIN BOAI. 14 PI . 
Anrua MaGnr ep|in«. I b p E Mil 

UTB'-lilRP MOTOIi~OHNS6N TWIN, 
modrl AL--9 B IQAI. 



951 YATES STREET 

PHON* B IASI 



1 NA Choe Baton, now ooudiilon II.MI 
IIM PpDUoe Caarli, teautilul abapo |l AM 
IIM Ford copverUbk a beauty . IMI 

tni Paid Cawb, immtculaia . MM 

IMA Dadd* Sodu. «aod bur at ... AIM 

lilt Natb A Pau Caupr. *> MM 

tllA Naab Sodan. one a*nor l>M 

IMT Ford Caacb, aoai and tlfM - MM 

IHI Oraiiatn Sedaa. eprriat H7I 

INS Perd Caaeh. At ebapo AITA 

Manr Othora la Onooo Pram 
TRADER AND IFTIMS 



OPORT PHillKHMAH. ONR Yt.Alt OLD. 

14 • 4 <ar«ri ei^rUer rai>in. a b i> 
Witenncio «Rh rlutcl'. 7 pram dliieHv 
mrigdeb. Read* la ca Very feeuinabk 
pri'i llrn<l*r*«n • BooibMue hrentwaad 



COME EARLY FOR 
SPECIALS 

SHOP WITH NICHOLLS 
and 

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B NICHOLLS E59 



\ rpucATiuNtt ruR larob or small 

murmadta apprvriaiea N M A niaeio 
ayailabta Wo eperiaiuo la (e-baaBctaa 
■•auoet. oiea |•«rc■>a«)i^ aareemtau aad 
a>ortga|ta Arc lot Mr npeirer wj Mr 
Sml<i> I-.-r aup'uornirtit. a> ir>oy aili rail 
el your l••t^o at yowi rouueti Pinonnai 
nii.'ter Ltmited 1444 CHxoiHmoatl St-eoi 
UMM at ttruliiAt cmuui'r 314R at B M44 



rraAltK IIOUNK TRMUDl POR ROAT. 

I Bflv AAAI. CAinniat 

U *TtL TRinp VN'fxririt.E'n inoi*- 

I'lo' »>.e valued at 41 NiA far b-'*'. 
nr latineh Ntc fill. Calaniet. af ahoat 

I .-I). Ilia 4d-i 



GLADWELL'S 



an WILLTS roUPS IN tiOOD Rt N. 
JO nifif order AiM Neorti rk.M | 
Torme OMIi 



1141 PLYMOUTH 



A CUSTOM BUILT 

Paur-Daar Badan. nnllonl eandittan 
tnoido and aat, pkniy af aroowariaa. 
ariflnal paint arul rhrame- 1131 Leanaru 
Btreot tone bicirb aaoth H May, off Caaki 
A ta 1 p m , S unday. __ 

A UBTIN "T'-ttOOD CONDIIION. BBST 
affot. a X1M. 



COSTS IN 



mplenoid 



HALF 



— Noani - 

f* la tl Inpnard Poaei Prt-e 
apAfi fttb ’ig Craft 
- Baaia al •<< t aea Mill U a'doy 
- Torma Arraefed 

"POUff VOOLERA atA* flArr 
Ph-Me YA4IS Stel pau|ty« P' 



$1095 



4A MllEB PPR OAUON 

O’adaolt e bava }uit ee>-rived a aiiip 

meri Af PnflUlt Parda TuA"r» and P«r 
dota prr'r^i - AntUo 

VICTORIA PRICE 
$1191 



|n.i)CREV SEDAN, ttrautlliw 
I y4Z Tbit cor u roaiiy oaund. * 
iktw tirat abd hoalor Dawn W 



punrm on hcho and iMwsDiAitLf 

AVAIMRlr. POK MONMlAUk (XNINS 
I AtfiK **IU BMAIX AMOUNIU-lOW 
•e m>ar«>y uu-'k detMi-n- - >eoioatoia 
caartre N fl » aOplirelioni rt'.eited 

AcryoatM'* and ^ 7tfM*a Puttiiaaod 
P. K BROWN * TRS ( rO 
till Sroa-i ai>ote Pbtoo U fill 



PONE TAYLOR SLRVICE 
STATION 

414 rANDoRA AVkNl'S 
lire baerieiuie 

Rl JRtADS and USED 1IRLS 
OF ALL SIZES 

4 7Milli4 ply wbile aldy weiie laoW 

t d1f>tl4v4 pi* wbiie eMe aaila mat 
I wwivia M'd wbeela Urea and 
lutea IMM 

Trade In Vnur Old Tiree foe New. No Safe 



A ' ROADVrER. 



ROYAL AUTO SALES 

141 nonm.A* KT 0 3ki 

OPEN EVENIHftS TItJ. A PM 



i iHEVROLET SEDAN. 1174 S8ST OT- 
Ly for aver ITM Utinao and lijaur- 
anca All Mackootla A*« Plwno O THIA 

f.^VilAijI II3A PCiRD V I f>t t-UXt 
I’ aeda-t. In uooauoily |«od rnr-liiion. 
MAM iBika, nno rarefol awiitr. toholaiery 
prniootod by tavira. baalor and ehaitn. 
ATM S4IM _ - 

aiPpEBPSCT COHOfriON. LATE 1147 
I Maaarrb Pordat. H AM beuwr OA433 
Btenincf RiAVJ ^ 

1 ~EEP. II47; TOP rONOTTIr**, RBBT 
reaaanabie afior Tmua £14M 

ilST SELL - IHI PORO, ITI» OR 
biibeat offer B 4M0 CM be mob 
MAI Saantrb Roaa frnm^ll^ta 4pm 

M ~ ^ARChTiM ArX-PANSlNtlOI. HEW 
ewpdtUan. 11 4M mllro Migbl ran- 
older trada an pr^porlr O IMI 



AQ a ■ A R I 1 f-M 
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(le-t ce« ■■>p »il-4iq>n 

Tl-e r'aoada • - "-J 



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FOR PG Lrmx 



n 1 I rr jt.v riam ttmNnt 

rt*''te< bw.lt otiH » l.n> e W.t 

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0.1 a 4771 Mar be i«' at lUt 



ONfV T) inkU ON PIRin 
p*p*« Cii'fei-« ralee N>« daiayt 

H O naiST * rri, l.TIt 
Ytew P'-eel Pltone E *141 



OLDS COUPE 
Naeeial 



GLADWELL'S 



PORO I'oNviinib’ r 
e«M<dt'>nt "r n*e« 



IHI I'Anitae 4 (American madeli Ite- 

doii 91 . Ml 

IHI liiidaan todab. Vera clean lAlrd 

IIM Naab Sedan, for only IMA 

IA44 Rukk Super Bedanrua. an Imma-ulnlo 
aue-awnar car ILMt 

II4A Purd Ptrkup, t.AM aillea ll.*M 
IHA PlymauUi Sedan Poaular model |IM 
llik Ford IM Lutt l-Oaar Sadan tl.4M 
1144 Ibpvrelet Pkotllna Sedanetia. |l IM 
II4A Btudebaker -tditaAluo Sedaa MM 
lATl Otorrolot Sedan, ocat-amieal AIM 
II9X Part Madol B CMcb ik ayl 1 . IIM 
1197 rbovraloa Panel Delivery AIM 

1A37 CbaerwtM IH-Tow Plat Pock MM 
II3A Podoral 1-Taa Platdorh AAAA 

Now Aawrtcan Mnetani Mototeyclo AIM 
IIIA Willya 4 Cauao. aaly A37A 

IA3A Dadga CuuM far ..... AIAA 

1A3A Pard Pickup, rtbum ataUr . AIM 
IMA CbH Stton Runo OR. Scanoo AM 



PLTMOL'TH REPAN Need* wnr« 
I Y<j 6 nil the bfidy feul m"<nr It inad 

$195 



v»4 PANpftNA 



1 ^ n I ri y I r.arr »-aii 7i»p ium.iiv, 
lU (CN-p'.e.- «<ln aiKe"i va'i. Ueiabi 44 
lb* A iiO'’’» bc>a- rn» *li» b«nc'ti-«i< 

I Ml i»- rampe' In 0 ' nen r^nUi 

Mou. Pitane i< N>3 



lERILAPtANA ROAnriBn Plfal 
offer af ItM Mkei tl owoy 



Iia rttevrelet • Pa-o iXupe Tlik tor to 
MallrBwao cuei<»Miaed tram bumper 
lu bumper 

IIU Naas A Poaa. Coupe, tow miiewfa 

1041 Bukk Rodonyilo i»«P> booier. |l HA 

IH7 Pnrd Cnutettlpk Ideal far tbo Sum 

tner tMI 

IH4 Ford CV>upo. radio, beater, ew |aM 
lIJA Da4«o Booaa MM 

lIM Cberrwlrt Sedan beafor MM 

IPAA TtrrapUno. aiiiy AMA 



B 5822 B 58 

K-M AUTO SALES 

YATES AND COOK STS 



MuNiY to ti>aN QN rmsi m«ni7uA4»ss 
AT arrMBCTtvs Naiss in 

ANY AMOUNTS 

J B wnrrroMi * Co ltd 

Ml Onverwmeyil Rlrete PbuBO B 4AM 



t'lard lute* 
(.earanee I 



M ODKL 'T' PORO CMABSIE BOO. 

ipurial IfnIMen. winner af -*r' madol 
Darby A M iav al Auio Boko 

Or«L "A" BEBT OPFKR. MBCHAN- 
Ically food B IM4 _ 

^AfUincrSALI BATimDAY pi'no'ay 
^ Mir •' IIM Pird Cauroriibk Baton. 
rodM and hoairr Onlr.Hn rteh l^icb 
•Ite braheo wnne IMP BllerVr•^d Rand 



I «)-ru01 BOAt. I'l-IIP IRSOARD ; 
IZ priBBo birailan n>e(ar. IIBO riaia: 
701 Raonbh Road, bclerv 3 p n> ar alter 

4 P« 



cnisv SAVtAN 
Dawa AIM Pull pri>-o 

PtT^OUTM COUPE 
Pull prieo 



••A*' 'PH»*N IN ormn 
n«Aer. beoter. A"’W 
ft RreeAiiebk o laa* 

UPk Al' SilAPI IX- 
law mikat*. ari|»r^i 
te now. ^ BIW> 

WPE CONVKRTTBI.E, 
lirvt Uir. 



« OOttO RBIHCTNVN HERE 



IHACbUV BedOTi 

IHI tXdCO Fluid nrl»0 SertOP 

IMI CboyruiH Ceaeb 

1141 Chet Do Luio H*Toa 

IHI RaoB SadoB . 

IHA Dwd|o l-Tan. duaU • - 

IA1A Cbpyratet Sedan .* 

IIM Oldamoblle Sedan 
HIT pard Caacb 
1A34 Plymauib Sedan 
IIM Pnrd Vkiarta Cento 



Iktetal atbori la rhatao Irwm 
Wo oreaat Cdib. Tormo or Tradeo 
Open lam till I 9 m 
NORMAN WARK Prap Pbane O 7411 



MONtr TO LOAN 

Wo bo>e ti>o{ latloaiBt odd BmvuBto fM 
Aral mnrUait^ 

AIM ■ AAtO AI.MA l>AM ALMA 
Al OM OM 94 AM 

QUICK DECiSICfNS 

Yw roB afwoya pof off fbo vbai« oamaBi 
al to? Umo oB toimoBi af uarao maoikr 
wonua 

Brown Bros AQcncitt Ltd 

iBotoBOabod ItlAi 

Mimboro Bf Seal Sotate Baaed of Pkoiooa 
UM StartcBaed Straat B IIM asd t tIM 



V lA-KI INBOARD CUHERHBUIi.1 
. r«ot». txueori end CBi'ton motata 
’•dbern Boe AulnfeK-l S Mil 



•hape 



P30l>ri> Id 

Ik Pbane O ll 

-aaT, CMEV RPDAN fPUOO RUNNIKO 
/30_nrder Alto R_MM 

nt, Porrur'sEDAN mitht sell 

yJ6wto l atloraf ^lAM IIM BeM 
PORD SKOAN. RADIO. HXA7EK 
73 3 back-up SBhi mat certw *» 
lent runntiH order oand Urei Oclttnal 

tgt AIM win eland aamparlanno 
iMBt 4Ad Prteor Sirtel 

ft7C PORO V-A SEDAN. RAniG. 
733 Healer eun vUrir. leat ravtrc 
d other a'retanrk* $tfA paint, malar 
d urv* RMH at O IIII 

ft7 i OODTIE SKOAN ATM NPAR 
73 A after U Viebery Road. ««l 

imetoB. S ITtl botwoon A a m and 



rUNRET 9-fe 



1 A rr PAU'ONru 

1 4 Br»H* lbHaa*d Oierolt lanfae 
Two vearo oM IteA Albir-a fRreet 



1947 Hydromotic Oldwnobile 

4-daor oodao SacoUent appoaraneo ond 
caMlilea. EkuipwM wtib hanior and do- 
frnour. opotll«M. wibdobiald woabora. 
baek-uB bghi. wbeol pania. 1 
cwnor oar. ond bao be*n wall 
looked arior. Sweelal prlra 



Victoria Super Service 



PRICES ARE DOWN 
ON THESE 
A 1 USED CARS 

mercury POROOR Wae a 
• I.ASI. New J 

WONAR0I POROOR a t 



$1850 



ROWBOAT 



I m PT CLnrKER-BOfLT 

I Z eaglked and SBlnlod apaa* aara. 
k46 ■ OTM 



IHA PURD VI CLVtOM POROOR- 

II MA mllaa aawi aavora ^ 

II4A PLYMUUTR Dt LUXE a 1 ^nc 
EBDAN- Laroly ebapo 8 < 37j 

1AM MlRCimV TDDOR-> ( 1 1 ftC 

A fitod bur far oalf 3 I I e J 

1A3A BUICK SEDAN- tQ7K 

Ooad ranniBA artor 30/ J 

1A37 WILLTS SSDAN-Tbla rar lo prartl 
oaUy iB abawfoom cawdluaa. *7Cft 
toly P7.AAA mlko R/3Vi 

1AM PORD V-A COUFK-Oray (CCr 
wttb wbiio riaa. aoat ravtra 333V. 

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I Z mator A 1 aandmatr '•X3A Aim trail- 
er fat tame if reua'red Pf ono f ITM _ 

-Q.pT~CB BUN7P BOYWAN COT- 
I y iBB HUk. abetter cabin Offer 
R IIA1 _ 

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1 0 aiea 9-«brel bnat and bet* trallwr 
Conrfdey affera IIM B^ Btreet 

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ewed new VH7 Yoneowter 



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LIMITED 
1030 Yoies St 



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BERNARD & CO 

FOR LOANS 



46 WUb radio tod boater 

\ AfA FORD TUDOR 

4U WUb boaior 

r . o FORD POROOR Wad 
4o ALMA. Now 

r MCRPURT BHDAN 

4/ srtib hoaior 
» .ft TUDOR PORO WiUk 



wertfbtr fUatab 

lit# Catvfllo Itoad 



BRITISH ROVER 

, Ri^VER TA* Candluan Ilka new 
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OODOM. IN PArr. HKARLT EVERY 
MAKE or OOOD CAR 
WE RAVE ONLY THE BE4r 'Jf 
DEED CARB PROAI IIM UP 



TODAY'S BEST BARGAINS 

I ft. -7 NASH AMBASSADOR SEDAN 
I 94/ OM awBor. to CIZOK 
HBiBOAi ourfaaii - - 3 1073 

$1395 



masters MOTOR CO. LTD. 

Ill Y IE H ST. PHONB S Jtel 



FOOT riXT INmoM BOAT, NEW 

natu AIA. Eit>« 



POffTIAC BIDAN. I 
baautiful rMvdlUwn 



$1350 



r.ftTUXNJN rvm*e **!»■ 

49baeWf WaoAi.TM. >I/3U 

PORD POROOR WHk E170K 

47 bdaior, Wao AI.4M R I 

And tboao sra Iwa* ouateBtoa al tbo wto- 
^darfuTralate pasU ^ « Nailarml 

and in TRUCKS 

mercury i-toh kxpresb WUb 

48 raBasf MS. EteoEtol ranAiuaii. 

$1595 

t A, PORO Y-TOR CbBAMo aad tab lAC* 



IT PAYS TO SHOP WITH 
NICHOLLS 



OUTFITTING TIME 

Wfa carry a camAlMe Use af 
Marino Bardwwro^ Marine Pamte. Miamalo 
and lykil B'wtbeo 

Alto PaarsHnt ibo Mew CUBPER Ternk* 

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1950 

CHEVROLH $1995 

LOWEET PRICED CARAOIAM EVtLT CAR 

WILSON MOTORS LTD. 

TATES AT 4WADRA 



FOR 

MORTGAGE LOArJS 

LOWWr RATES 
CBII E3IV7 

H. A. Roberts (Vic.) Ltd. 



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IA4A MORRIS "MINOR' C044- 
V lima LB -Rad te. bastoo , 

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1933 ">rd>UM. AIM HI P 



$1275 

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PONTIAC SEDAN. OOOD TRANB- 



JAMESON'S SPECIALS 



JUST ARRIVED! » 



$1595 

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Tbr o-i-Bto rriNBUOt PtEmri" 7 9 
HP. «ub Dto-aiaub. aad aaiAbe •m't 
4J IM n TROLLS 

•ra Tbti Motet tl 

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IDA TTHARP WmWT raONE Q Stil 



NATIONAL MOTORS 
LIMITED 



•ntRONE OR CONTERTMWT- 

t MONTHS. NEW. PORD CUSTOM CtXfE 

/ cwupo. radla. keaim sir nasdHIaner. 
dofraooar. BAarap bks* metoUM BsMB ka. 

r teure Urte. krooaioo. iMl ajraly brakes 
avraor BtevniB to qEA. too ibte aw 
tnL tol/ ALIM _»1ow ai m RUb;^ 



carm. Eve a 
toiaan wmaa- 
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Ker & Stephenson, Ltd. 

ITROPVUrtCINT ET. PHDRSOAIffl 



Jometon Motors Ltd 



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Opt MBC tiw* ' r*ritb| l«« rrob:«a 



FOR SAUt SAWtClLL PIU>RCRrT 
/ITFKRa WILL 8t tCT KP TTO »T TWl 
In 8*nKf«ptiy (or ih« Mr- 
<bM »r Um (•Uo«tM land ftnt bviMInf* 
TIm oporoitmi (ormrMjr rorrUt «n tr uio 
OrMrr »«7 tovaiUi C« U4. Proportv 
M II rr %>n» Mr* or Um *i 
Or«Ur a*r. «hUb u U kU*« mvIA #1 

itoBKIm* «Q (tlont Hifhoki. 

Tb« mill u ijl fUf^c and Hm • rtMrllr 
•I U'ltOM It tm ^ t'boar »Mtl Thrr* 
I* ut aKko buiVIlnc ant *mpi«r«« b«uM4 
(■Bf* ran M loaad diiart i» mill, iwMVr 
ifradat an truck* ant «a«tar*t I* dock 
at Na*a:»a. ValuabU kotistJrf trauitd 
and larvUMta U**a Mrludad is Burcba** 
pri'i 

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it-vatar kaaiint aalt. Sopar- #e*TCA 
rtarao-TIUUM «D/DU 



YOU 

COLD STORAGE’ PLANT 
BIG PROFITS 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 



OAK BAY — N H A. 
NEW THREE-BEDROOM 
BUNGALOW 

CX)WN PAYMENT: $2290 

Tbta buncalov «UI to raaty (or arct 



STUCCO BUN(SAL0W 



RANDALL'S 



$1600 CASH $.1600 



Wa Pu; Ul and Ind martaatM and aanp. 
arpt* far tnl* 4ate» artloa ncnalaad 
Cmiiaci Mr tpancar ar Ur •mlth 



NEAR SAANICH ROAD 
FIVE-ROOM 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 

Li«tnt>rpoaa. dimna-rao* T«* bpdro 
Mira auraailrt KUrlitn. T»fla^ #CA 
Uao btlnda. Lart# laA TarM 



Ona af tba lOraat Par* an par V«ok* to ibto 
cbaratlnc aiUMa buntalaa. aa a Ra utnt •( 
• vary ii(ca raoma plua PamPraka BaiAnn'm 
alaa a lull IwMBMitt *itb a »*ll.pui>i *••'* 
roaa. furna'a atnl drl**.ln aarac* 
raa«B laatum Arrplar*. aak tUara. *><■ A 
trand cardan PUb laU at irwH 
•alanc* pwnibly Pull pru-a anlr ^OJUU 



A FEW 

SUNNY VIEW RO'. AL 
SPECIALS 



duuui that aaiari haavUi ta (ha (tobai • 
■tan and hunirra. Tbr»a art lad Uctari 
raniad a( III aacb par >aar PUb a wali- 
iBf Itol a( T» paauU ptBiinc iP^krn 
BuUhar pualnatp d(d a frou of Hl.Ond 
^**1’**'^ an addumnal dl.Mt id 

*'.Mt ravanua irMP (raaaind daar ana 
ib a aiKalyen^ 

lot MilM pual u c^ulppad %«ia 
•■^ro ap.|«.data apulp* CAA 

BHiiU frua tar ararrituAf rOUU 

TarmT AaallaPU 



1134 OOVUkKMBirr *T OtMt 

UaatPar af Uia flctaria lUal taut# Panrd 



OPPORTUNITY 
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macbinarr PhUfe <aa Pa purchaaed aapa- 
rstaly 

Um haul, lac carrlaca pHP a«uipmani. 
daubla rtraaiar baadrlf. adtar. alaabar aad 
trtni aaPA ruapMl* ItauadUulaa, ballliic. 
f«U aaaaa. uakaTaat. 

MOimuiAl. TRlWr COMPAMT 
Truiaa 

Hit ■mad •uPti. Vlalarla. >C. 

OOUU IRtCX BUIIKBa ~ BU>CK. 

«• I M. an l«t 40 a IM. in Nd Pipck 
TaUa Straai. ipa aiaraa aiiR raar an- 
Iraacaa Prlcad far a auick aaJa. Bal- 
saot I T 



and a traal cbacca la van your 
van Putinata ThU Bacuina and 
naraiu abop aliat* you a c^tai 
opporianltr for an asctTAnl lia- 



WILKINSON ROAD DISTRICT 



DEAN HEIGHTS 



1 . Bpaaioua llTlni-rpea 114 1 ill pllA 
ppan (IrapUca. 

I UuMi-aiaa dieina-raa«. 

1 Kitrban plib Iliad (ink. Inlaid llim- 
Mua and PU«d for tlacicla raoaa. 
4 Paur*piaco Panbraka balkrpps. 

K. AiU aaesaoi baaamtai Pllb dn»a< 
In aarata 

d. Appmtinatalr IJtt tduara faal 
araa aad inatUalad 



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(• aatl roul 

OfOlVlDUAL BSQaiRSMKNT* 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 

ItOa OOVBRRMCNT BT. PBORI O 1114 



tarmi <T14 A* 

3 Riwr ronnu pint iiuf-n. ft 
Larpa lal aatara' trull ir 
U» aaa Ttttii* r>nt tiira 



$2000 CASH $2000 
OIL HEATING 



Nloa-rDoa bauaa. doabla plumblnc.^ UalAc- 
roppt, dininc-roaa. iwa Padroopu kttrban 
and Paibraoaa. atl dovnataln. Baparaia 
fanr*rooffi apartam ppatain Baparaw 
caraM. I lou »3.Md Pill bandta. balanra 
ia.t#4 Tarmt Pllboul Inlaratt dCAAA 
Total prtct $OyUU 



$8100 



tltlBTM, 



APARTMENT 

OPPORTUNITIES 



proparty Tull prua, e^AAA 
ar naar nltar. j/UUU 

Call Mr. Amoa for an appotnliBCBl 
la aiav. 



tn ibu taaalr aarliaa *a ara plaaa*d |h b* 
abla la otfar thla roar Murra bunaalop 
Pllb lU aaciudad lapna and tardan Prmn 
lha aniranca hall you aniar a atutoodk 
Kalni-tamn Pllb nai (loora and biapiara 
ihan<-a in (ha raorav biuhrn pirb an oil 
ranat iDchtdad. Tbar* ara 3 nlra badroanat 
Pita Urta cloaau and. of aouraa tb* 
bathroum Pull baaaatnt' aiih tuba at'd 
oil (nritar* Houaa to aimplaialy iiiaularad 
and rary tronoakai ta baat COdAA 
Qurry (ar ibi* at ruB prUt of )o4Uv 



3 puHt-rooia atu«<‘> Bat^mani L«trir 

Tama i}3li $6300 

♦ »Var riuM&A baarly naa atuo <i tara* 

roojA* $5700 

3. Ata ri»ima plu* bouM. Oak Om.'a 
O inln|-rpo» Ur«* ^ cr\r\ 
iroubdk Tamu^TWM StO.DUU 

d. Pour r^NUh* Baafmni Taa l.»t*. r»u-a 
Iraaa. Oood roaamaA 

Tt/BH .W-Ai $7950 

Aak R>r Mr Hkka B6:i>a. 

Day and Ktcbt 



A t - BVfTB APARTMENT- A \ ERT MOO- 
Z f are, nap - aiyla aaartananl buildlnf 
ambodyinv tb* iaiaat In aoariaant faa* 
turaa Banutiful iTpunda. aarallant loea- 
ttocv, ak Tbara art ala S.badraon tultaa. 
atovan l-badrpr<M auliaa aad four bacbalor 
auiua. All aullaa ara nauiapad pltb atac. 
me alavea and Prrfldairtf Vary lap 
taaat. lop opaaallnc coau. Thla bulldlnf 
'MU lt% afwr aaaklnc allopaocaa n 
aaeaoeiaa and rcpalra. Anatbar euiatand- 
tnc featara af ibu propanr U that lu 
laraitaa nabaa It tdtal (or rantal to 
lourlata pb tba houbrau baaia. Tbia u 
truly an InaaaUMnl that U porth your 

5s£ci”^'?;vcT $140,000 

WiUi Coma Tarna Arallabla 

aa-BHITB apartment — NtP batld- 

IB|. modam tn ttary pay. Walking 
dUtabA io ally eanira E«r4lltt)i groundA 
air Tbara art tight 3*badroom aaitaa, 
(ourtatn l-r>t<1ro<iBi tuliti and Aaa bacbalor 
aullaa. ROT^WATCR HEAT uMnc tba haaay 
(Ml ell Pbkb u aparetldibtaly half iba 
prira of (tea rofular furnaca all. Tbta 
aparmtnt la alM 10 conatrurtad and 
lacBiad (hal it landa Itaalf ta rataring la 
(ha teurtat trada at hetal rater Tba In* 
aatrmani para 3»'»% altar payirva prln* 
ribal and Intaraat an Rmrigaga. albo arut 
alloplna (nf varanry and rayairt< H If A 

$185,000 

Bnma Tarma Atallabit 



FAIRFIELD 
BEAUTIFUL 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 

"Ctaaa (a tba aaa ** Pl«a laaaly tnapta. alaa 
punropa. Try ta balid at tbIa #nCAA 
Burchaaa pnra . SV^UU 



MaeUily parmanta I31-4A. tiMladlnc prln* 
atpaj And lataraaL and to Bart tba MBA. 
auatificaliaai oea suai hava an approsl* 
mala maothly incpma of |3tl M at ba 
abrn ta saka a lariat dPPa pakmnt. 

^CBiAfa. Fttona Mr. BcoU 
Ooldulta 33Y 



A RATtOHAL ROOBINQ ACT 4%% tOAR 
A PIRirr UOKTUAUI PRIVATE LOAN 
A BUILDER ■ PB(XiRtB|lVB LOAM 
Aak Ua (at Compula Datalla 

GILLESPIE, HART & CO. 
LIMITED 

gtlaltliibtii lAII 

dll PORT BTRESl PRONE O llfl 



WTORB SPACE FOR RENT IN BUBINESi 
3^ block at Laka cpplrliaa. BC. Apply 
Bank of Toiaato. Imka CopkliaB. B.C. 

I ytEO CAR~ArOT''AND”drfTCE“bN 
VI Deuglaa for rant, at PIU atll ofnea 
bualAcaa and laaaa rtaaoaabla BaraUant 
opportPAlir for rlgtet nua pltb avail 
tapital 0 3A1I. Monday 

IV’ANTED - A SMALL BUSlNnS. 
** candr. novamaa. tie, thai tan bt 
■aBaged br ana paraea. Urine guartart 
aaaanliai Topd ar eauoiry. Naar acbuol. 
Bok kaao .* Cciloniat. 

U 'AWT^ A PARTT Wmi EQUIPwl^ 
la log 3M.0M ft. baeoad'groPih Urn- 
bar. Aioon Lumbar Ca.. 314 Jotanaop S 3343. 
Evaaing*. OMI3 



GEORGE RANDALL 

IXd DOUOLAB 0)IW 



OAK BAY 
WATERFRONT 



EXTRA EXTRA 
EXCLUSIVE LISTING 



FAIRFIELD 

LOVELY 

STUCCO BUNGALOW 

J raamt Larga tat. rary * • ^ 7CA 
lalira gardan. Tama « I \Jt/ 3\J 



TOUR OWN PRIVATE BEACH and avag* 
nlbeam rltp from thla laraly 3-yaar-old 
abaka bungalop Phlah faaiuraa a~ larga 
rpcaptlon hall laadlng anto a apaeioup tir* 
Ing-roon Pith erar-alaad haatUaler Sra- 
plaea. flap ptndopt. rota cailingt. atr. 
nka*alaad dintng-raom. modern klichaa. 4- 
piaca Ptaabreka bath and 3 bedroom* PUR 
palk.tn riaaau Pipad tarnara In lha eon* 
rrata bakamant and a aaparata laai'hini 
garaga llouaa thoreogtalr inaulaud Vary 
praity pr«p*rtr In Uant aartodad gardan 
ala Beat anrhorage aaatlaMa and rary 
gulrk piiiirailicn gunrsMatd mil ccpv 
Pull prkf oaig A I I «DOU 



Wa PUl ba proud ta abop you thta btP 
SEVEN-ROOM HUME Uiai U buUt of tba 
aary bMt of matartaU aad that baa to 
many atiraa. aucb at. 

t. Oyproc latb Ibroughaat. 

1. Compltla Inaulatlon. 

3. MardPaod floara 

4- Wiring far alaairla ranga 

I. Bapanaira plumblag (Uturat plut an 
Mira lollal In iba batamaot. 

A Praaarra raom la baaamant. 

Thu boma la ailuaUd an a bOaSll lal la a 
bigb locatloB lata Uian four mUat freai 
tba City Caai'r* and hat an ttnobatructad 
rt*p nvarlonhSng rnlUng hlUt Pllb tba 
Olympir Mountalna in tba background. It 
compriaai. 

I Thioudb halL 

3 Urina-rpom. 

] Dinmg-roon 

4. Kuebao Pltb niMk 

4. Tbraa badrooau. 

t Das 

T. Pambroka batbroom 

g. Oaraga ta tba baaaitiam 

t Ploer area 1.144 taunra faal. 

Many butldara pill aay “It aan't ba donP* 
or *'tbara moat bt a aaieb'' BUT Lhi* aa- 
aallabt buUdar la ooi Intaraatad a« macte la 
proflu aa ba M la balag aaUat la bU 
aaml-railrtd Ufa aad aupplaatnUng hu 
Ineoma 



ESQUIMALT 



11 WANTED TO BOEBOW 



79 EXCHANGE BEAL ESTATE 



BUS a boava of 3 nl a 
}r. All hatdPWM Dour* 
tMod furna-a. oma-n. 
‘luta ta but ana awi*> 



U 'ANTED AT ONCE— SOMBUNB TO PI- 
nanct ll.fOd on larga rar. atao atbar 
good aa<*urlly, aiihar prirata or tbrougte 

a«iO talea O <734 



ARB TOU CONSIDBRINO A TRADE 

r rr US ‘know what you would 

Ilka and na aUJ andraror to plaata yeu 
Ona of tba ba»t ratfaa ahoaa doantopa for 
bungalop Uodarn bungalop ouuida rity 
for grorary. eanlcctioMry. Pltb larga 
llrlBg gUAftara. ate. Coaiaci N. Dakkcr. 
aramngs. Colguiu 134d. 

FINANCIAL SURVET. LIMfTBD. 

1114 CHirarnmaol Straat. 0 3303 



IDEAL BUILDING LOTS 

■^kln. ELK LAKE. j j 2OO 



$5500 



Tl'ANTEO, ar EXPERIENCED 8U81- 

** b*aa roupla. good raaort Iwipllag 
aller or elhtr buiinaaa on IttM. pub pp- 
Uaa ta buy. 801 3M4. CelonUt. 

\\TUX - EffTABUSHID 'oROCEKY'; 
* * larga llvtaa-ouaruri. goad agulamatit 
and turnovtt. him. plua alack Par (all 
partirulara tall 0 3403 



Finonciol Survey Limited 



OAK BAY 

Idaal ati4 Larga )ol I3U3J 

Prlcf S I J/d 

OUR WEEKLY SPECIAL 

Pour-roam bungalop. CTaaa In and apnrot. 
Imalair 3 yaara bid d O t CA 

Our pnea « J I DU 

The abort ara a tap af aur many lUMoga 
“CaR ga. and Piibout obllgailan laa for 
youraalf." 



BUNGALOW 
2-MILE CIRCLE 



I- Pint mortgaga of la.aod at 4*i: payi 
140 aoaiA. Vaiua of pioparty 110.500. 

3 5<r»t ffiortgag* 03 IM at dgr Pay! 330 

par Bionth Utw-uunt 0300 TtiU U a 
brand i.*p huaia 

w* haft aaiaral Pti' M«urad tint aiart- 

I tt*a at «ub*(anuai duivuni* Aaa for Mr 
patKtr a«a* Uni 334K Pba Pill tboP 
you t*ir tli*M propariua. 



A rl ir'iiiag 4 room hungalra. me 
k.xa:-aiaa U«ing-rpom aitb ritap 
ni r badrcmmi praiikal ktirnan, 
riinBi. rotp >ailu>n lbrHi>(b«ui 
wparata garaar Mu h*«amani B 
Imi Clou- to boa arhe^' ate 
bay. Tarma' ^ , 

Put) pri<a $. 

Call Mr King. B3134 tOdl-A'. I 



rrv.o BTORES A.VD'LIVINU-UUAKTERS. 
I liak (ta> Aicnua. fur tratda'Ua, Oak 
Bar b/afacrad. S 3053 after 4 am 



ANTED 



OuUtandliit buy In thla rbrka raaldanual 
dltlrkt la thla modarn atar'n ■lAi>.b\ -*iRa 
doplaa it la pperlaua In alaa mmnrtttng 
4 Fooaui plua dtnat'a and bathruem on afb 
uda Pull baaamant and furnart undar 
each, alae aaparala double garaga at IMa 
raar. Thla reuM not ba buiu tor anyubara 
naar (bla ftgvra at iba prtami tuna, and 
Pltb one alda arallabi* foe lha nap opnar 
It U rary attrartlra at tl ^ 



COUNTRY COfTEE BAH 
Pllb living guartart Pitbln 10 mllai 
ily PO Boi t«i. Victoria 



I AN OPPORTUNITY OF A 
LIFETIME 

FIVE BUSINESSES IN ONE 

Rrra la Ugly as pppArtusIly ta poaaaa* 
(Ira builn*«*aa In ast. In a locatlop Pbkh 
h aacrllant at tba iBoawnt but phkb 
ha* a (ramandoat fatura. Tha plaoaariftg 
and hardpork hap batn dana Neta Pbat 
la offered la (hU onlguo aet-ap..— 
OROCERY irroRK—Wtll ataekad, detag a 
vary flna roluatt. . 

COPPER SHOP— ontt hpothp; Pblah M 
ktp4 buay. 

Bkriojlaa franebla* far aanaai Ula a»d 
Oyproe for a radio* of 13 atUu C*> 
mant aalta ararag* l.oeg taek* par month; 
net profit on thla aupply bwalnaat. 0303 
par month, and it baa but atartad 
Propart* cituatad on a river abirb baa 
a baapttfpt ppia r yall. pn Mrat I wat N m 
(or auift rabtnt, ri>,*a to tba aaa and 
(ublng aad bunting. 

Ona pf lb* aiaar pfl eampajnlaa to eop 
dealing to put ap a larga atatton an ina 
propprty. 

The buHdinga hotulng tba graaerr ttara 
aeffae abop and building aupply DuainaM 
ar« all rtep. tbara to a good bout* on 
tba ground* (or tba opnara. 

Tba latMt In aqalsmanl to featured In 
tha krorary ttore and eoriaa abop A 
nap kikhan cosiplala plih nap aguipmant 
baa )u«t baan added In Uia roffaa •hop 
Tha buaaa ara planning tn mala tbU a 
lan-minuta atop for ina comfart af paa- 
aangara 

Poa further dataila and appalntatanl ta 
flap of tha above tplandid propartlaa, 

S iaaat eantart J M Cbaanan. avanlnia. 
40JJ. ar K R Lita. awning*, Aibbin 343X 



U ’ANtlCD TO EXCHANUE - HOUSE IN 
Varnoo (ar on* in Vietoria H'nua la 
VamoD attuaird >n beat randantial part 
Value 114 000. With pundarful vlep ol 
VaUay aad Lake Okanagan. Oruandt 
baaUUful Kaa 4 badreemt. I balluopmt- 
torga llvlnt-rooBt, dinlng-tiMi and laraly 
ktirhan tteuaa U apotieea Baa S-rax 
fireproof garage. Would eonaldtr aaallar 
bourn. Uaa «*Im. Pltb *oma ea*b. around 
Oak Bay Mutt ba cMan. Inaulaiad, mad- 
am and Pllb a vtop. Wrtla to Bot T307. 
Coiooiak. 



WANTED — REVENUB PROPERTT 
* * around lU.OOO Partteulart ta Boa 
itU. Coipntot 

r\»A3rTT6^4«RVlCT BTATIOR. R»fT 
rV ar buy a o trtght Boa HQ7. colont rt. 

y ’OUNO COUPLE WOULD LIKE TO 
rant Pltb bpUon of buying. mnaU 
terfaa bar ar toafartianery atora. Hrtai 
guartara daatrod. Bu 0133. Colon Ut. 



COUNTRY HOME 
TWO-MILE CIRCLE 

oidar-typa flea-room kuagalap la im- 
ouculala aondHIOB. Pull baeameni art 
hM-palar haating. gMrur-arrt in gar- 
des and fruit ireea. Taaea 040 mrcAn 
•I.33Q dopa. Pun prtra . iOOUU 
Call Mr. Drtp. Eeaa. O mg O40-A> 



74 TIIHSCB BBOBCBt 



EMPIRE REALTY 
COMPANY LIMITED 

f4T YATES BT. BT 



Bungay: 

Mr Carpenter. O UIO: Mr. Pnittoa. E 371) 
(Mambar Real Batata Eaarg af Yletarla) 



O PPER8 WAMTEb MjR SMALL STAND 
af timker. near Bldoay. Apply Tbamaa. 
Bmi Baaaieb (toad. Sidney, nail ta Duck 
Perm. 



$8950 



T or TOUR HOME AND BB AKSAO. 

tog Vincent Straat aalg by Nopataad. 
Bfl34 



COPPIB AND SANDWICH 
bar. braad-nep agulpmeat. l« 
auolA 4-haIa coaltr. a-buraer get raaga. 
ale. BituaUd la eommarclal dlttrkt 

BQ 7 CA— Orortry aag eeareeUotMn 
90/ mJ\J baalneat' (umoeer 1)530 a 
maeth Prtoa iB''odao aiprk. flaturea aad 
•aulaniaiii Urine g u ir ta r v S-year laaie 
Ideal for iPa people _ 

B N. OAOBHAWB 

B 4033 7310 Broad Bt. . Rta. E 3540 



H igher priccb. better scale, 
ready aaab PalUag for ypp far 
aiandiw Umbar ar luga teaalad ie aur 
mill Bid or *p<ail amoust. knag ar aaott 
iPf* Lola ol loam aad laeltet Mace la 
dump AUio Uimbet Compasy. 3ia Jobs* 
aoB Btnet Weat. S 3M0 avea O 3B13W 

K oron oR~Di»8ro~riE “ mardb 

and dlmenatun Paniod. Asy auantlty 
Beat <Mb prieet pal4 at our yard. Immadl- 
am eetuemaau Bee Mr Cuobon at 
BiePari da Hudaas. Ltd.. 435 Oorga Road. 



Clear title ar tonu 
EeanlDgi pbese B lOM 



BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LIMITED 



WATERFRONT 
LANGFORD LAKE 
$2000 DOWN 



FRASER BISCOE OFFERS 



FAIRFIELD 

$9850 



THE FOLLOWING 
PROPERTIES 

WERE SOLD LAST WEEK 



■It mamA Phiu aiding baaemeni. 



A REVENUB ROUE PUhlA Polking dla- 
lanra ta Iopr and Beacon RiU Park. 
Pour good tuliei, tbraa of (bam furaUhed. 
giving an ei eltont return of your money. 
Can bt handled Pllb aligbtly tota tban 
half caab. Do tea thla boaui. 

EetnlngA Pbrma B 3403 



- garage. 

right an Uk*. lowly aeinnc but i tiert 
door tea aaua ronrut li>r *,raCA 

ravtnoi Prtre ifuroiabedi SOoOU 

Call Mr. Piddick. Biiaa itsa-Ai 
Day and 



af Victoria 

1135 Rlanabard Bireat Pbonaa BllU-4 



(Marigold District) 

A four-room cottage pith tpo-plera bath- 
room. Small outauUdlnga. Eight gruH 
traaa BonjtPhai aaciudad location. Can 
ba handled Pltb II.3M dopn. m-nCAA 
Pull Prtra .. 5J3UU 



3MI Cedar HIU. by Harold Wart. 

307 Bprtngfleld, br Earl I^hna. 

I.o( B oa Douglaa Btreat, by Artie 
Curtla. 

II Mo«a Street by Marlin Morey. 

SUi Graham Street pet Haled only Juna 
I3th and told Jube 3U( by Harold 
War* 

3014 Byron Street. 

3334 Maple Street. 

WB ALE'ATS NEED LIRTINOS 



MODERN LIVING 
AT ITS BEST 



74 BUSINESS orrOBTUNlTlES 



EXCHANGE 
THREE APARTMENTS 



FAIRFIELD 
LOVELY HOME 

Slt-room bungalop, atueco, pn gui*t i':raet, 
rloaa M park and aee. mederu In eeerf 
reepect SepaiRte garage. PuU bta«mens 
nep furnace, uooo-tiaa garden (rui| 

K Tarm. 

Cali Mr. tMeli, H5104 ITM-Ai, 

Day and Nlgbl 



Situated cloaa to Iba Upland!, ihto almaat 
nep bungakip to auuunding and delight- 
ful. and to uuIqim in the (act (bat it ran. 
aiau of aavan apaoou* ruema and 3 bath* 
room* all on on* floor. Lowly big UeiBg* 
mom largo dining. rtMOj. deu Piib flr*. 
place, tbret aacallent bedrooma ipo baUir 
room* and ona of the moat beautiful kit- 
chana P* baee aver area. Pull, high bate- 
meut Pltb larga rumpua room lalao PUb 
flreplarci. ind a aotondid Oil-O-Watic alt- 
coodHIantng plant Wa oauld net begin to 
detrriba all tha (aaiurea of tbto bama. bsi 
Pa mutt add that there to no beiur kept 
horn* In Vietarta- Sea ibla by 1 
all maana. Prira ^XlrUUU 

Pleaat Aek for Mr. Speed. Beanliiga. E 1333 



A PAMU-Y IIEBIAURANT POR BALE 
BT OUTRIUOT OWNER OP SAME 
CAPE WILL OtVt 3 YEARS- LEASE OH 
MORS.klN THS HEART OP THE CITT 
THIS is WORTH INVEB-nOATtNO. THIS 
U> A BEAUTIFUL PLACE WITH A WON- 
OKItPUL BUSINBB. BOX S133. COL- 
ON INT 



. Boormon Investment Co. 
Limited 

133 VISW STREET Pbonaa 131)1. E 5143 
Uamber Real Ealata Board af VIctarU 



"PANORAMIC VIEW" 
(Ultra Modern — Hot-Woter 
Heoting) 

A panoramic eiep from Iba plndopa af 
tbia amart modern bungalop locatad In 
iba blab Oorga am A thraugb ball Pith 
larga Uelag-room Pltb flreplac*. bnllt-ln 
bookraara. The baat af oak ttemra Urge 
uitra-modem klichcn and dining nook 
Pltb amart padded leather tealing. Tpp 
U rge btdroomi. Large uUUty ream pith 
tuba Hoi-paier beaium. attached garage 
Tba bait of fliUnga tbraughsut 



A PARTMETfT BLOCK OP I SCmB. Df 
tba Pairfiald diatricl. unite ta tea *«d 
iratupnriaiiob. Bultai ar* all abeoluteiy 
aaK contalnad. Pllb awn entraoew Tteu 
btarb to an eiHllent Invaetmeal. tbopuig 
J.S'fif HS? P*' muntte ^m* urma Prita 
313.3 33 Pbone Obner fltuat. 

A n "OPPORTUKITY POr'sILKNT' PAR- f^ 
ner la aiaut In eapanatan af aide 
aaiabtlahad bueln*u property. Oaad ea- 
aumy and a guaraniaad return. Bag 
•337. cotanm. 

A ttractive rsybhub pro per tv Tn 
nice dtotrtet fully fumUhad, hat- 
atr baatlrtf Wall aqutppad. 313 333. O 1335. 
Ma ageiM*. plea** 

A PAR-mi^ BOUSK. WATESmiowr 
flea ualU. tMd ateady Inrama Suita 
far apner. Priead fa r guick aal*. B)53l. 

A laroi OUBBT HOuiB.' new, ideal 
tacatlao, Ulpla plumbing- OPBcr. 

rUf t. 

tjnr REVENUE PROPERTY D«"toWX 
^ * •• per atnt pitta opner a aclf-cobtalsad 
aulte Nn aianta. Baa tOlt. Colenlii 



SUPER REALTY LTD. 

Inauranra • Laaaa 

747 VATEB STREET PilOMt G Till 



DEAN HEIGHTS 



LICENSED HOTEL 

Very (Ina baial lacatH tn thrletng Ttland 
tapn. Eieatleat epportunity for ckpan- 
Man. Pull parUcular* an reuueat. 

J D MrKIE. Eee*. S3«lt 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED 

1033 GOVERNMENT BTRCCr. O 3134 



Tau II lata tbia kiUhen aiib Uta alnk. 
ttrelce bar and brvaklati nook aitb rorney 
PindoP. A cvmblnailan "L" plan living* 
room and dinlag-toom. 3 larpa bedraotaa 
4-pl*re Pembtoka bam Pu.t baeraunL 
driet-ia garagr Ncally landtrap#d front 
and (eared rear garden. Can be wen by 
appatntmecit. Tenna. d 1 A criA 

nil prira $ I 0/500 

Call Mr Drip. Beta 0 1773 iHi-Ai. 



$8750 

Aak for Mr. PratecU. Bvaa.. BUM 



LINDEN AVENUE 
REVENUE PROPERTY 

Dm to recent bereneemeat. OPMt af thla 
moat attracliea atuccp home mutt tali 
li t a home and Inoom* you pIH be proud 
af. Why Parry about rtolng cmU. deealua- 
tbia, etc . Pben you may atlll ea|or Ufa 
to tnla home of dtoUecUon Walking dla- 
tancp from tha ell* The prwrai locoma 
I* 3133 ffianUiiy. tenanta alngto perMot 
iladtoal apay at bualneaa moat n( (n* day. 
Earh hat apn bathro-nn. KeaUag. Oll-O- 
Matlo. dameaUc hot paler. autamaUc. 
Tbto U a» eueltotet property, moat 

“ $12,600 
Pleaaa aak (or Mr. Beiu. Eeenloga O 3)33 
Seml-airltulee Uail&g 



1547 EMPIRE BTSIEET an4 
313 WILSON STREET 
Boin Bold by Reg- CasaltaP nf 



DUPLEX 

k't ycara aid. 
Immadtata poaMaaiae 
■aa at door. 
Kareltont nodlUari 
Oaa rangca tncluded 



"PROSPECT LAKE HOME" 
(With Acreoge) 

A pell.buUt family home af eigbt room* 
in n bleb location Pttte uaparniUled titp 
of tba laka. DopnaUtra tbara to a gUaaed. 
In Bunronm. Uelng-raom pttb gtantu Bra- 
place. dlnlng-raom, klleben tpa nlra bad- 
room*, and bathtaaoL Thera ara tbraa 
bedraami and a aaeond bathroom uMteIra 
BaacBient. All Iri all oa capanaa hat bew 
aparad In lha SnUblng of Uili hoBH— it to 
laraiad In an tdaal arttlng for a country 
hem* Prlca end further partlculara at 
lha offt^ 



CauW Ilea Lk thla bam* and alPoya b* aa 
good imna. Tea lovely raoma and )• 
piaip bath upttair* for tba aid fotka. plua 
4 larf* roama doan fur you and iba pUa 
tn lb* baaamant there to a fuHy-flntakiad 
Mlliraam. aUo furnaca. Saparau garaga 
Immcdtaia pouemlun. — “ 

arbaola and bua. 
dean. Full prlca 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES, 
LIMITED 

1333 GOVERNMENT STREET O SIX 
Llailng* of Banatbly Prired Bomaa 
Urseotly Rtdulrad 



RENEW YOUR FIRS INSURANt'l 
WHM US TODAY 



RANDALL'S 



FOR QUICK 
SALE . 



$6000 



$7500 



J D MrNlB. tvea B»I3 



FAIRFIELD 



APARTMENT 

EXCHANGE 

Da Lui* It-SuiU Apartment 

C7na* i* taPa, park. ale. Lang poUini 
Uet of Unanit Eacellent raeenue Wil 
canilder rarhang* 

) D Mi-NlB. Kvei E ygll 

AUTO COURT ' 
EXCHANGE 

Nele Wttar (ban 33.333 WIU lake haum 
tmall ilor* a* part payment. Kaer lermj 
an bnlanr* 

J N. McNIX. B**a I Mil 



33.333 doPo u all you need u buy Uito els- 
ream bama an Petnt St. ddCAF< 

AJklng . .. S65UL 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO. 
LIMITED 



COPPD SHOP SPECIAL 
EXCLUSIVE 

C iONSIDER THIS OUTETANDINO OP- 
' portunity. 

L Etapniopn location Fully agulppcd 
3. Houre: 7am ta 3 p m 
3. Claerd Sundaya and tialldaya- 
4. Emaioyc three 

3. Aeeraga tumaver 31.453 per monite 
R OPlng ta laralton thli abop baa tre- 
men3o«a Boambimiet for iba future, and 
I* Ptil ponb the aaklng f-roCA 

Prtra 56o5U 

Contact L. 8 Kirk -Eve*. B37t} 
PTNANCtAL SURVEY LIMITSD 
1334 Oavaremanl 84 O 3)33 



APARTMENTS 



A partments, revenue rouse list- 
Inga laur tprcialtyi needed la rapiasa 
recent aalta Jabntioa S Ca- Ltd.. 1114 
■road Street E514)-t 



BRIGHT AS A NEW PIN 



"WATERFRONT HOME" 
(Excellent Construction) 

If you're determined to eun a paiertront 
bom* la Victoria let u* abop you (Ala oda 
W* gvaraniet you’U find ao fault la can- 
aiructlon. Thera to an entranr* ball, lie- 
ing-rnem Pith Rreelace. altraruea dining- 
rnom Pith Plndop* overlrmklng lb* le* 
and mauntatne A amart kitchen tPo bed- 
raoma and bathroom- tiled A aalendld 
high baaement conialrting tp* very nire 
raoma for bobby, den. ar bedranm* The 
third roam cantalni on* of Ihe beet and 
avimamlral OU-O-Matla bot-Paier unit* an 

. $14/700 



FERNWOOD 



INVESTMENTS 



Gleaming pbll* cedar aiding bungalop 
^wUaaa inalde aivl avt aiandt by iueU 
on IPO tola of apariau* Upm and ahrubt 
But pamet tb* door. TbU moat atiractiv* 
home ha* tniranre hall, Uvlng-raom Pith 
(ireplac* and hardwood (laera. amart 
klUben a&d breaktaat nook. Ip* ntc* bed- 
raoma, feur-pier* Pembroka balhraam. 
PuU, Uned baaement. bot-air furnace, baae- 
ment gerai* Taaea reatonable. Nat (oat 
another baua*. but a *'bam*“ In * n g 
Iba truaal tan** of tha word 
(Cloaa et(*r.i 

Ptoaaa Aak far Mr. Woodtoy, Beta . O 3733 



li’a new and modem 
piped (urnsM. No ai 
II.3M dawn 



$6650 



CAOBOnO BAY OR OOAOOH READ 
r lUWt TO WATEH, WITH GOOD VIEW 
V./ and treed lot; 3 bedreomt, on bate- 
meat, fairly new and modem, all beat pre- 
ferred. Caab cilcal. 

OAK BAY OR PAIRFIELO 
Modem 3-badraom bnm* with good baaa- 
meni. 33.333 • 33.f33. client bat 33.300 caab 
acM too per month. 

HCtSTERMAN S CO. — t 4101 



Nine *ult*». *<i aatl-ranuine/l 

Pairfleld dtotrtet. naar park. OraM 
revanue. 34.000 per AAA 

year Pull pric* SZD/UUU 



Sea Mr Seaator. Beanina*. 1 3333 



l-bcdre/om bom* in the nttaat part af lha 
Municipality. In banutiful ahap*. and a 
lavaiy garden. diA-yCA 



tO^nn ~ ’’AIRPIBLO DISTBJCT. *to 
SF Jvv traettva bva-room ■lucea bui» 

t aiap. rhea* ta aeaftaDt and pail Larga 
eifid-ruom wltb QrapUr*. diamg-raAin, 
tunroom. aak (laor*. cahiMt kKctico and 
dinette, ip* larga Md/oama Cement baae- 
ment, bai-klr lurna<a, ox* garuen..— . 

F 1 down bure ll-reai-ald Dvto 

A room ttucco buagalop. Ytoaa ta 

Oak Bay H*a (urnarc -4p11 ba«maeL 
dri«e-in aarag*. gteanhaua*. iara* tardea 
lot. Paymenia 131 maatbly- Total il.Jas 



Laka Vie* A,>ariaMiiU - Blevtn 
luitae io(f Quadra', high lacatlon 
Alwar* raniad. Owner tearing 

$18,000 



Aaked prlca 



STUCCO TRIPLEX 
Two Yeors Old 

Each unit canatau af large Itelng-ramii 
n^lace. and hardwoag ftoare aadern 
kitchen, dining apace thrangh hall ta t*a 
i^cMma. and Prabrak* batbroom 
Earh baa full baaement. (urnm* and 
garage f 

Unit aiaUabto R*venu* 3 IW per mtmib 

PRICE: $15,000 

Evening! O 40>g 



SAANICH 

31 303 dawn. 341 par maatb. 
Whit* ttper*. 4 roam* and 

aitacbod garaga 



Fort Street - 5 *oil* aparuneni 
rtaaa-lh loratton all aelf-conUlnad. 
large *uiua Oraaa reeenu*. Il.boo 
per year Tbto apartment building 
la bo(-pat*r healed sic CAA 

brad. Frx* 5I5/50U 



GENERAL RTORB 

/7LOBI TO TOWN. BBAUTTPUL LOCA. 
' ' ban: 330 300 - 333.000 tureoeer. vtn 
g**d Ilf tog duarter* #*TAAA 

With •W(Y at invale* 5/UUCJ 

JONES S SCOTT 

■ )1)i wo Pembefton Bldg 



|>LEASB NOTE 373 IRVtRKEBB BOLD 
1 by Mr Dtckto UrgenUy needed; 
A 4 or 3-raOm bunanlew, tIUier aid* a( lb* 
uorg*. up to M.OOd. 

JOHNSTON di CO . LTD 
■ 5)49-1 1)14 Bmad Bt 



$5850 



CALL AT 

- FRASER BISCOE'S 

300 COURTNST BTREET E HI) 

Or you can phene lor appointment 
Mr. Brewtn. Bom Mr FranrlA B 3)43 



Gorgeous View •>— Oil-O-Motic 

Bltuatad In a eery cbole* location, (hit 3- 
yaar-oM bungalow ba* Mk flMre to aU 
room*, ibrougb ball U*in|-r*em I3tl3. 
dlning-raooi flat), ipaclmta klleben with 
fine til* and wired (or tw*rr. 3 torg* 
bediwm* 4>pl*r* bathroom high ba**- 
ment. toundry room, auuimaile *41 heal- 
ing unit. Beparate garage, large lot. 
eluded garden, g fruit tree* and banutiful 
abruM and flower*. Tea** gB3 MuM be 
aold aa aaner la toaving aoon (or (h* 
* I 1 AAA 



g A OAK BAT Bevan-ibam aidor- 
D\J type iS-4tnry buncaiow In 
Id ePBditueo Rnoma larg* and 
decorated on a b>ab eeciuded gar- 
l. Very good ealM. 



IF YOU WANT TO SELL 
READ THIS 

WE HAVE CLIENTS 
WANTING 

HOMES IN LANBOOWME-RlCIIMOND 
DISTRICT 

t-R4X}M HOME Pllb uume rnom and bval 
Ing pant. 



An apartment *( Mean I-room 
**lf-ennUln*d cult** Jam** Bay 
difUXt. Net reeenu* an **ry to* 
renlalA 0) OBO per 3 1 A AAA 
annum Frtr* 5 I T,U0(j 



$44cx) 

FAIRFIELD— CLOSE TO PARK 

• ■room reeene* hem*. 0 roama an main 
floor ) bedrooma up. Baaemeni. fumar* 

•r2S.‘“ •” $6500 



fimr COFFER 8HOF, WELL EBTAB- 
1 ' Uahed, 5W ta Me daily; no ceeningr: 
good tteiMit trad* BapeclaUr aullaai* 
yming voaplr Long toaa* Pric* including 
aunlnment and aiork, #4.330. Boi 3334. 
Cotoatot 

f^7Ap»”“ r6r»i«“inop. city cintre! 

' ' eeaia 53- large lamotee. very low 
neerhrad llne«4 tourlit twcallon Sertaua 
Ulnaa* force* imnedlata aale: long Icom. 
1*33. CnIo wUt 

^vOITEt SHOP. SPACB~yN)R UVIHO 
' tuarteri building*, land, etc Cheap 
for gtilck tale. Trrma Only fmnnelany 
rae^tiblt partont netd apply. IN lainnd 



# 1 A CAA -^E BAY. Ntna-room bom* 
^IU/3UU baauUfully mademttod witR 
oak (liaori. two balhrupm*. titta baa*- 
mert tailet. Otl-O Maiie »il. heal View 
of *ea Tbia It an aacepliupai oKartn*. 

Sea Mr Halmh trenlflaa, O I3M 

1 1 AAA down payment pm gt** 
^ I VvU you a lo«eiy bnm* <*nd ln« 
com* If you Plata lt< A eery Hibetantlal 
»ld-ivp* buhtain*. alv Iara* rooni* and 
aiinraea. larg* baeentent and HA hi-nac*. 
BVrrriblne in parfaci enndtUon inalda and 
out. Good roof, na davoratiiig or r*p*<ra 
rauulred T*a lala In town* and frulk 
Ireea Clone In. It 303 end balaoc* at 
raaiaoabla rent 

* 1 ,r CAA~'^* BtuacUe* ranch lyp* 
^'O/^vU alv-rnom bunealnw naap 
Wtndaar Park and autot atraet. Alt mod^ 
arn ronveniancea arwt oil autamaUc M W. 
beatad A moat atiractieo den with tK/iita 
to book caeca A renlly lovaty k>t<b*Q aoB 
oopb. 

Ben Mr Brfwarda Bveelogt. 8 TtW 



Apartment building 
room »*ir-rnntaln*d ei 
•(xrpt. Net lorom* 
yaar , 

Pri-e ‘ 



VERNON MARTIN & CO 
LIMITED 

7)3 VIEW BTREET 8 331: 



LUMBER UP $26 PER 
THOUSAND 
BUY NOW 



GONZALES 

4-rotim aiding bungalow BaacmrnL tcrealy 
JU.H,. ... 

Aak for Cliff Green. Evee, o Mil 



. . . near (StrliAment BuHdinga. 

Hata D-OOd caab 

POUR NOOMB liigh tPcatlOR. City *r 



■rxk apartment building In flrti 
riaa* eanditlob It teif-«entaine« 
•nlia* Central loratlnn T7t* net 
Meenu# I* eery gtNMl t A I. AAA 

Pull price 546/000 

Trrwu Arri/>ged 



We are (ortunai* In attil having a few 



sMdam bungalow* foe aale at a mnderau 
prira. It la • certain that tbaaa bunga- 
V>*a cmH4.M< tea built Indar ai (be 
price awnera are aaking We advim you 
l« act fie* be(or* price* gn ailil higher 



Saanich, ta 33 333. 

REVENUE HOME, near ParUameat Bldg*. 
M gatdt. ca*h 

LARGE HOUBB FOB ROOMERS, ta H 300, 
l* CAth. 

ROMES IN PAIRFIELO ATTO OAK SAT- 
ALL nui-Bs 

HOMES IN AU. DtRTRlCTB that H 330 
banglaa Cliy *r RsraL 
Fnr prnmpi. Eipenenced Intpaedon ar 
Appraiaai, Phnn* Ua. 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO, 
LIMITED 



C IBXLORBNS WEAR — CLEAN STOCK 
and fieturee gldlk Going rwowra. 
food dUlfxi, lea**, living uuariara. Bna 
llti. Ctoaniai. 

A 40NPBCTiONnY'"'RusiinM wolni 
tan a coup'*. H03. Bei tgtt. C«3- 
wnlal . 

/ voPPBB SHOP W(TR~rLEjU»~ LirtNO- 
' ^ gaartor*. le*** and eamptoiely 
•Sutfwed. Pnea gtSM Bn N7). Celoaitl. 

D iner on wCano highway. Ptru-v 
euuipped. Ire rraam rabuiat, Rock- 
fM |tU 1. ale . to acre T*a black* paat 
LsnfTartf Racetrack Bea 33N. Cotonut. 



TAYLOR SPITTAL 

NO m. T43 TATES BT O 3Md C 



EXTRA SPECIAL 
OAK BAY 
$f0,750 



Baaine** block to tb* hear! af the 
eitt. near noaglat Street, mual be 
told Owner leaving the caunirr 
Pri-a an apnllraiiun 



REVENUE PRODUCERS 

OROCERY and CONPECTtONERT STORE 
with gwad (umaeer Owner learing city 
Reduced price far «ulck e*:*. Ltaini guar- 
(ere Cloaa ta. Prka far 
alack, aguipmant and (Uturua SjZUU 

CowRlre GROCERY and 54EAT STORE 
Including 3-roam baagata*. Price (ar 
praparty *ad buatnetA plu* wocaa 
•( aek at laeair* 5o5UU 



Thu (lha m/Mem bungaluw, iiluaied clme 
ta Cplaadt gala* and baaing a fin* tie* 
af tba aurraunding cauniry. reattot* 
*r large lieiag-room. dtoUtg-roa«n. taa 
gnod bedroaau. (our-plec* bathroom, raai- 
n*t fcttcban Pull remant baaement., with 
drte*-ln garage and tb* taieet Oll-O-Xaite 
beaung ayetem A gift at tba aaara 
price. 

Afiatbtr flra-tmtoi b'lagaJd* a* can recom- 
mend to aliuated ctoM to lha Oak Bay 

R tf aourt* Thla bungatow baa a Urge 
toB-raom. dining-room, rab'aet kitchen 
tp* badroomt. faur-pime baibroMn. Ba*e- 
meet aad driee-in garag* pit caa 
PT kP being aated $ I I /5UU 



Hotel go aell • f 
downtown location, 
ihe aeifbbarbood 
*( 



FIDELITY REALTY 

713 BBOUGtrrON BT O ARDEN 3541 
Brenlnga Ray Dreaaer. Calg. k)4H 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

till DOUGLAS STREET 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO. 
LIMITED 



BERNARD & CO 

B53I6 



EXCELLENT BAKPRY AND CGPPEl 
>J bar, weli-eoulpped. no cnmaailtion. 
ateluile* dtotrlct. HMney-maker will 
aland eiaaeti invettigailoa. Baa »3t. 
Calanlet. 



$2000 • DUPLEX •> $2000 



Par Furtbor Deuilt aa All of tb* 

Abae* Prootrtlea Be* 

J Bmiih. FboB* O 3133 



LISTINGS WANTED! 

• LISTINGS WANTED! 
LISTINGS WANTED! 



UP-ISLAND TRADE 

Owner af )-eul(* APARTWBNT HOOVE 
Pllb revenue e( |M pet month and aulte 
for porvha»er, aua radia and etoiUt. a*- 
buaintai. abowtog net proDi *( 
3® 3*3 P*f vear. la centre af bunneM 
dMriet Will trade (or bnme Ui Vxtorta 
Frlev. plua ttock to * I ^ CAA 

alar* . $10/500 



(EaublUbad 1311) 

311 FORT B I RE E T FROKB O lit 

• Member Real Betai* Board af Vlrtortat 



Up-and-down duptoa af a roonia are) baib 
(nr owner. ) roam*, kitcbeoeiu and bain 
upelaire rented at 1*5 per maoih Tbit 
bom* to In (Itat-clnw aonaituta. and nrily 
l).433 Boon Pill glee you uamediai* pot- 
*e»*l*n 



OAK BAY 

CLOSE TO GOLF COURSE 

3'^ NEWPORT 
AVENUE, a few minuiea* walk ta beach 
and ihoaa Charmln* and apaetoua atarep 
bungalow a«»prtoint throuah ball. Urea 
tlving-r*om with (Iranlaca gueat-nae din- 
tog-raom. DEN with flroplart. cabtnet kit- 
rVn. IP* bedrooBM and bathroom. Hard- 
PiPto floor* AIR CGMIH'noarED AUTO- 
MAnC HtATTHG Eilra PtiimBtbd and 
aaraa* In full comeni baaement. (toauti- 



t,iURNrTU)4B BUStNSBS RiriNtaHINO. 
3^ rapaira. Franrh an'iib'ng. cablnat 
making, rutalt lal** Cumairtalr eouinped 
•hep. gpod lacBltan and laaae ihocoughly 
aaperteneed French aellabar and fuml- 
turv (iniaher available if rvqulrad Oo^ 
atoadr cpniracta. Owaer going to USA. 



GEORGE RANDALL 



$6100 



OAK BAY— UPLANDS 

Raalir good bungalow, up I* 513 03d 
Four-bedroom boraa. double plumbing. 
Flva-rwam bungulop. arouad gt.303 
Plaa** CaU Mr* V Mcloan. Eve*. G f3g7 



reduced ta 



WITHIN CITY LIMITS 
$9000 

A aaw (i**-room buncalop weil worUi your 
phUa laapeciuig 



■eafronl AUTO COURT an * arree nf beau- 
tiful praperlf with 3 madera eabma. 3- 
mom biingalop. ntor. float, amtoe and 
rupboata. CTea* la -ca 



3-ranm eiucc* bungalpw ctom t* trenapoc- 
tatlon and arbnnia Meal apot. ntre>y 
fanced tot Full baaement 
aith driea-ln-garage T*rw $0 I 
T* View Abeee. Mr. Jack Brow*. B »7t 

Wtnled — 5-bedrnam hnnw witbia 4-mit* 
cUcia wltb acre af land 



$7700 

We ran cetiainly reenmewnd Uii* prop- 
erly ai a reaannable bu* Situated la a 
good dtolrtri. It ruopna of Ueiag-room. 
dlning-roM. lao bedraomt cabinet kit- 
ahoa dad rour-pMc* baibraopk 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED 

Itg) GOVERNMENT BTREET O 11)4 



LICENBED HOTEl. anniamtag *0 n 
roaou, emart cafe and epaemu* 
Md laen a bear Mrtor altuatad I* 
Up-fataod ell* Reeenu* from rana 
beer aaia* ahova aareUant * 1 aa 
prafit. Frkp $ I oU/ 

Be* Mr. Baaalay. Evta. S ItM 

PRfTATB HOTEL, In aplandld eoaii 
claa* u Emprem Haiel aad daw 
dtotrtoi T**niy-tw* room* ptih h( 
veld water In eaeh Tw* raama ant 
ptare baibrunm In batemeai for 
TTirao-room nil* for awner Cami 
furnubed and egutpped H W h 
ptopt BaceltoM reveaue. ThU 



THRIVING GR(XERY 
BUSINESS 

Baiablithad for year* ta 



Ei'lutlva Ltotina 



GORGE 



Baiablithad for yean tn Mod dlRrtot, an 
tao tetaiB roadd doe* t* Vktana Owner 
Pill giv* loag toatu an apouaeely exaa 
ptumiaee. tanttoUag af alor*. wtrvheae* 
baaement. furnace, and driee-Ui garag*. 
and moderrr Tive-raoffl aparimepi upautra 
Alaa a mparat* garag* cm the areperty 
A poet affK* gar* attb ibu buetoet*. wbxb 
le a etaady reienaa producer TT)* only 
reaaofl ihl* to fax aal* It due to teealth 
For all lafarmauo* *f ihia (la* b*«io**e 
cantaci bm 

Stack. aMdom agulpmaat aad * » cr\r\ 
nxturea Frtr* aaiy 565U(J 

F. Maruonl. ■>*« o ani 



BERNARD & CO. 

(Member Real Baiai* Baud af Ttotarlai 
«» FORT STREET FHONV ■ 3)V 

Beenlagi O gtg). B 543) 



$5950 

A UUto baygalop wUb therm and aacluatan 
UviBB-rwMn. eunr aam. kiiehep. balhraam 
ar.d an* large begream Aitarbed gurage 



OMar atyto. verr aaMtaua Bve-raam hAme. 
to good eenduwp. aw two toeeiy garden 
tou. aearloeklAg Oarg* water*. mro/VT 
(Offera aanatdWedi )OoUv 



BLOCK ON COOK 
FIVE STORES 
TEN SUITES 

ALWAYS LONG WAITING 
LIST 



KENNETH J. DAVIS 

Real Eittto and Inauranc* Agent 
CAMFBBLL BLDG . IgS DOUGLAS BT 

B33tl 



THE YORKSHIRE 
CORPORATION LIMITED 

T71 FORT SniBET FKOffB B 7133 

BTENINOB BIM 



FLEMING GARDNER CO. 

•3T BOOCJMLRD BLDO O T741 

Bveainga. Mr Frttobard, O 3331 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 



L. M. Roseveor & Co. Ltd. 

1113 LANOLBT BTREET FROKB 0 3341 

GOOD HOME BUYS 
VICTORIA 

rn lb# Gaaiande dtotrlct an Wept bama fee 
a eatirad t^ple. wtwaa ad •• a ipeMy gor- 
3 «b- ramprUtod four room# and batoraam. 
gexwgu me. Oiaf tula, taw taaaa. hue 
toaa 5* iMlfily larty 3«aa*aai*n In 
A I -awd Kto a itiatBa aM aut. 



CABELDU & MAY, LTD 

111) BROAD VTRtrr B )|7i 



Appraalmai* ar* 
bet af af*« lib 



OAK BAY SPECIAL 

SIX-ROOM SKDfOLBD BUNGALOW — 
LfOMT FUX>RB ) BBDmOOMS. RUM- 

rus tuMAf wmr bar in bassment 

FtFXD FVKNACV LAVfrDRT ROOM »- 



EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 
JUBILEE— $5000 

Juei OFF OAK BAT AYE SM-raam ). 
badraam BUIfOALOW. R W. riowfa hi 
toes* hetot-ruem and dtotoE-raaaw torg* 
ktUMN. yaatrv and utHuy raam. baeu 
parrV baaemeea. NVw piged far- 

■are ttofg* let. fnm irea*. gardan Bead- 
rat* ga/agp Chirk«u haul*. To*** 171 



fXtognKTB DETAtlB ON AFFUCATTGN 

A Sn* a*o*erty to a tavuiy dietriei Will 
mpMder (teee iiw bnm* *• gaM-**yta*nt 
N> te to gRane InlSrmaiiML YVrm* aad aaah 
f*EVirvd gw aggliiaii f ii « 

- ; FULL PRICE $42,(XX) 

€ O Raich, EvKitoga O 4*gg 



OlL-OMATiC 
FOUR-ROOM BUNGALOW 



Tictartoi. B.C 



IDEAL BUSINESS 



FOR COUPLE 



TAXaS #31 *7. 

$5950 



AUTO Court 

t# UNTTR . CBMTRAL »flAT 
ReawINulle Firnlabed 

ftoe af Ipe Retiet ctaae inuria 
Cbwe.in Vxtaeta 

Own*r— Box 8979, Colooist 



COKFBrnoWlRT ETORB atth l-rtam 
mUta. fuiry furnufted. All 8alure* eamk 
Freeeni nanar haa been he-v fee ftre year* 
and mad* a nb* fiying ReueMebN rent 
•lUk aptto* af teaae 



$4500 



FULL PRICE. $6350 



Reaepnahtc An-r*eh Offer* Canetdered 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



FIDELITY REALTY 



PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 



L. M. Rosevear & Co. Ltd 

til) UPgiey straat FWaP* O 33ti 



$4500 



na exrRM<m*MT rr 

Vtoiwn* B r 



H W. MILLER & CO. 

I OOTiaingBKT BT. FROKB Q Mi 



Mr Benttotl Beeninge. O 3133 




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OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
3038 ADMIRALS ROAD 
WATERFRONT 

ftATUKDAT. A'NI >4. 14 M • 

^ SUNDAY, JUm 3*. 14 M im 

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(rotil l*i witb kMU ittty lA 

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*«<J ihrtiifh tvail. >«Ttty U»** U*> 
K . «ith *ai*r «i*V> 

ktMbtn ««« Uro iMrrMAi. 4* 
>Mi< h**.ktM«i. L«r(« tunsM tw* AUb 
UrtpUi* »iMl r(*n«U 4oM» !■ wttf- 
•i4« Mt hawM Larcf Biuched Sti«f-tn'|Br> 
Ru»m»ui. Yrrou can b« krrani«4. 

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VICTORIA REALTY 



KING REALTY 

B2I3I 



KER & V 

STEPHENSON D. 

NOW’S THE TIME TO BUY 
YOUR HOME 

CHECK THESE SPECIALS 



ruo*it I tiM 



6 MILES FROM CITY 
WATERFRONT 



LUMBER UP 



RESIDENTIAL REALTY 

m JOHNSON HT 



UPLANDS RESIDENCE 

MANVst4jus vtim or in* ssa 

ThU OMiS«m rMMtitr* UtS 

»up»rTUWM ml Bit Br«hHA««. •<l»r* 

Wi iraeaniJ UriB 

h*JI. 

in4-roMn b«>« library lhr*t b*dr»*m« si.S 
tvo b»uuv<«w Am AAidB io»w 
»alhr««B ■ A trai*A ntmMB r**w 

•any bui!i-iit laaiam AuMwaitr K«»> 

«aU( iMAUflS •lani TT»-rAr Miaf* 
r*r Pull P*rUr«tar« Bn4 AbtpInMwnl IS 
V>»«, PlM^a L'aU Mr liirnh. I 03« 



P««r arraa st MnS irWAraSi bM AUrac- 
IIH I rAMS IMVM in DBAUU/Ul. «•*!«« Bur- 
fiunaiut* Tn*r<- la a iar|a nrm|-r««M 
• Mb Ilr*»!Af« An4 i«* sarrb Sialbf'ibMI. 
NMlMrii KUmrn iiiS Ntbraa* aa4 !•* 
Fall a»aB«-*A ba—mrfti tub 



Huaiori ai Ptk*» for AI'UMI Alt 

BuUitnt MatrriAli >• Um H«ar 
Puiura 

BUY AND SAVE 



WB WANT YOUfl UST1N1M HHIX 

NEAR JUBILEE HOSPITAL 



bxamrftt 



A REAL GIFT 

A Baart cu; boou in o biftb 
tncbUM. ri*B r«NMU lariuM 
inroub bnii, UTib|‘r*oa. 



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. Mbr tha 
ibrousb ball 
tar ^4 an«l 
S-ronm Mb 
ifai. KaM4y 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
1336 HAULTAIN 



A rttaartabU irva4an> haaw. 
bMBltal. nf I tuauTjr rortBB. I 
M4 I«U baannani About I >' 
liko D«« Thor* M a bM 
floort. and all tb« aira (ratui 



SUNDAY 



Mdraoma an4 a MthrooB 
Crtnetn bata«B«a( bu blb*< 
(urnact, ai>4 tnli baao aai 
a NSW Ouiul4 t<rol Nin 
fa;4«n •Ub Iruit I'art / 
ml SPHCIAL at oaiy 



$ 1 500 DOWN - S 1 500 DOWN 
CITY 

Eosy Walking Dlslonct to th« 
Hudson Boy Co. • Arena 
In Fact Everything 

A *«ry aoo4 Build l-rocm b<'UM Nr«l> 
4»rtirBta4 n«M thfaMb ibBld*. ai4 ate# 
n«« nalnl Jab ouui4# Wojl4 ttaba fB- 
. plirr.l HKVPNre BPt»T CoraprUr* 
iJirouBb hall l.»lii«*ro«»a. dlniaa-mom i 
bp4rooin» 3*pl«<o bainroom. Ia<|« Kttcnrn 
an I Mntrr 4e«n. an4 ibriniBb ball an« 
) ronm* up VBS' 1< baa a Iu1> baMaanu 
but t>* uui'r ranttal. eAO^r^ 

oofurt'B'p PULL PHICB 
I Mr Wmiar. trat-mga. BOioa 



WATERFRONT 
20 MINUTES FROM TOWN 



I la b and 9 la • B M 

CnnAA 0**n far ibia aaiBM aapaanni 
3^UUU burtgalo* ll la ona raar old 
an4 It tn tb)HUCu<aia randiOnn inaida and 
Ml It raiitliu af a aaarlM* U*ir-a*raaiB 
• lib firtplara. baaulMwl lAri# blknafi. 1 
larga badraem*. nkra tralbinoa). utility 
roam aad atlaebM laragf AJI thia on a 

Kir.Tr S7650 

Mr. Cbrlilonaan in aUanAanea. Craa. 

SUM 



$1500 DOWN 

Soaar.fM B-roaW atirao buatalaw. rb«a 
to arhooi and iianiporialion Atia I'ad 
ffB'ata. la* laaao, larga aitrUan. i u>i> 
high location 



$4500 



Ona vl tba laaal ailiaa<l«a bauBM an 
baaulllul laaa. any aanaaciianaaB Laraa 
paoallrd livina-raam «Hb fttM>aaa and 
«■•• aindawB aytrioaKlng Uba. dlnint 
Itoat. rabintt bu«b«n *irad *IUi tlaatna 
• atai baaiar. I badrnaaw. 1 baliireaau. a 
larfa baaB bauaa and d»M|hital larrarad 
ft'dati. 

Call Mri Burbldta. Day and Sranlngt 

B2I97 

OAK BAY— $8950 
3 BEDROOMS ONE FLOOR 

larga 



GONZALES 

Nrar tha bob lb ibla populBf 
dirtrlai, a aotafariabla 
Btucco buflgalM at tow 
raoma In a hlgb tocatliM. 
«Uh a niM »lo». It U juil 
oyrr a >aar old A firgi-rat* 
ralua at 



PREWAR LUXURY AND 
LIFE OF RILEY 



$5500 



STUCCO BUNGALOW 
FRUIT TREES 



Tva baaulliui •atarlrani himaB tar 
Urod or bralaaatanal man BaBuiitvl i 
Haraiiani ancboraga. roMBaiiaii. S$ i 
utaa tram la«n 

No. 1 - $15,000 
No, 2— $24,500 

Mr Turnar. Hvrnlnft O bJt] 



FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 



Tn rluaa aoiala a fina duplM 
•t tan lota.y rutlta. and «Mb 
«•« NkW hitabOA rangM 
lUrdVood Doar» tn rarh 
•ulip. and boaliaf la by 
ACrroMAriC OIL Naar 
Baaaan HUl Pa»B Bnd alaaa 
la art Only 



Kigb Ovrga ntBiriH. ala«a *a bUB lmina<a- 
Ula d»c-rt>«m Btmao bungaloa Puii ba*a 
mani. bat-air b*at, OaBcrntni g»ragr ri' 
tjt* abPfaaimataty 9MHo. Haa atiatl at 
raar brarid'ng arraaa lo garaaa *nd ra<>* 
ranlanaa lar fuel aallvarr, p'ont land 
Bpabad, abundanra at (rmi Irm ai d imall 
truita •lib ampla mar* tar bit>-i>pft fai*- 
dtb AIM imall rbirkcti bauaa. t>a<,T d^ay. 
Tj^aam. „.a.B. j7g5Q 

Cali Mr. Milrhait. E itM f rar . Oldtd 



Aitraaiitt na* Bturao b« 

tamMnallan Hving and dtnii., 

tlraplata. IbrM WdtoarM. raMnat kuchan. 
Iliad #ln«. »lrrd uUHiy mom baiakrofca 
tmibraam aMarbad garaga. aatamalia 
•11 floar turnaaa, Vanaiian hlinda. It. 4** 
(tab. baianaa 111 par manib. 

crab Mr. Wrighi. Day « Night 

B2197 

OUTSTANDING VALUE 
OAK BAY 

biina'iKd aetaug oiliar tiny bnma* "ulH 
(nr lb* pivtani Mftar in year* aaa r*t 
•aai matarlaU and •erbman«blp Llrtng- 
ranib. dlbing-raosr, dan. ) badrooiM. 
madam raMnai k'irbrn a-'d gkraar Sta'ro 
ratonor full aamani baM«a»i ormandt 

*11,550 

Call Mr W«riala t>ay and Braninga 



NEAR BEACON HILL 
FAIRFIELD 

tai*fl« ilurro k roon bungylav tiih Uu'Md 
lent oali t«o OTtirra hak# <»-cupiad (hi* 
rarv rbarmiDg bonia ainra i« «a> bunt 
aporoBiuaiaiy JO vaart aga. ann i>a. nt' 
had rbiUUn'. H idol lim-e>au ro. ririy 
iivB an.l ba« ln»gly l<nitar«»*'l g’n -iida, 
rich tlab poet ana Ua gaiorn paliO ki 
»»ar romprimr rcry nlr» anitap** hkll. 
tpanoua U«icg*r*«iii •Mb llrapiacc. Praueb 
floora la a *»r> B»«* duMnr-ronin. Bi,'0arn 
rabinrt kiirbrn *lth Cll*d atnk. d-pra. 
rcrobfok* t'aihroopi with padayal baa'n. 
J larga badrnomi ■•duubla eloihaa rioatia 
ti> mailer badruomt- Caoiant baaawi*i. 
laundry tuba, hat a.r p.pad lurAtaa dap- 
ari’r inaiehi'g garaga Uith eamanl dri»a- 
I •at tIraUy a liri«-iltii hu»a. dOOCfl 
I Pl»ad nthl al 

I Mr winiat. Etta. HIMd 



$8400 

$2000 Down— $65 Per Month 
OAK BAY 



JUBILEE DISTRICT 



d.roMn modtrn r«ttai 
Inri kilaaan bol air 
In baaatnOni h M 
Total prira 



4 ROOMS 



esquimalt 



$7980 



n«l Bibny B*^plt bra ar«itar« 



linn'i tarl a* bbdip. AWln 



for Ihrnr trrtDa 



$1500 DOWN 



Pour-room aiur<# burgalaw uitli aiiarhad 
garaga Tliitu yaara aid- linmai|ia<a 

urs;:. $58so 

Call M>- Onoan. Biar. O »40 



HERE IS ANOTHER ONE 

ltd# dtwA balarira Ilka rant Nul'abla 
dupira Bawmani and turnaca 

Mr M'lraa. E^rnlnaa Ult'O 



UOtHKH 1'OR HAU. 



la trnd aimo ,iha»» Ihrra ara • »ia^ 
oood fkrdm* anil and tha bUB i>a»»aB iHa 
dO<xr Ua abrnti 10 ymra old ai'rt l«t» lU»t 
bean darofaird and aw* Ldar 

tUia 

HERE IS VALUE 
PERSONIFIED 
$7950 

a ■smi halua M >*il I >a«tt bUiM. and 
only o*rup«d »r *ouU» ri*a rmim* buiii 
on a lbto>'in hall i»'ai. •iib a *MJ'J“d^ 
tull b«mmB"t, Thara a^o a go.d aitn/ 
aitr» iiam* inriudaO aaioam iMud 
I a raamnAbl* priaa ii.aulailM. lUJ-in 
I daora. rtoiaga ka* ualai “U 

ttaii k»hdi evar> *indo* 
ing mirrari baih c.adro«ma and 
kiiahan. Tba graund- ‘ 

rrar all fai-rad Thrra u a 
. «a ran halp you linaora « 
aiad l«»i 1 *••• **^^,*?.* 

■trtai •lib Blda«aU». n«ar bua and tuirt* 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

Krai Batata and Iniuiaiot Aaaaia 
Uambar Rral Eiiaia Board «l VUioria 
Ilia HRuAD ■Tbirr uir 



RANDALL'S 

JUBILEE DISTRICT 



JAMES BAY 



rbiy'lT*”" $8950 

COLONIAL STYLE 
NEAR OAK BAY GOLF 
COURSE 



BRAND NEW HOME 
$2290 DOWN 



riaaa i* tba ia« m-room Btucaa bun 
aalM %i(b aritraura ban. I»tga lltlna 
igBp> lamiir.rita dming rMm. l«0 brd 
lOama. rabniai kUeiian ahd rambraka 
barhramn Oak llooru In main room* 
AutAmatlc gu haa'lng T*a*ro<MP auila 

J8750 

■ Tarim ran ha arrangad i 
Call Mr Clark. Ev«'iii>aa. E0009 



U»darn lour-ioom Iruma kunga- 
lu«. aniy II monUiB vM Tma 
name I* altrartiig In araiy ••! 
Nka iiiina-roeai. i«n good-iiaa 
badrooma plug a lintahad raom !■< 
lha fcaaaaabt PuH rabir.al klMiOii 
and louf.p.acr PtiubTuka ba'b 
tmiRi. f*uli Mramtiit. hnt a r 
haai. drira-Hi aarag* < ‘aka lo 
a'lopB and trana- 
rertatton. Erie* 5 a Dv\J 

Call Mr Haatif. E«B> . B »M 



ThU hiraly t\aw d-raon kungalu* tn r.a« 
lubdiritlon. It ft A sporofcd lit 4k i'#r 
itinnih •ill tarri Hat larga livina.*«Hm 
• Kb firtplara. amlng*r«am amandmi (rr>nt 
II. madam rabtnat kltrnan ) larga ban- 
roatna and 4*p>aaa baibraam Pul< n>gn 
(dmani wamtnt *lth ataa far tur»ug 

6 aoin drltt-ln garaga Ourald r»at Thid 
I an eirapllanal buy 

Enaaa Ur MrDuMta, B 14IT 



LOVELY 5-ROpMED 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 

In parfart rendlllib' ii'Uda and onl. thU to 
a hnmr ynull b# pr»HW t« o»'' Haa Mlb 
• riiiranta and alto a rar.iral nail oiin 
Imaii «!“*ali fno<:fn' rablnr’ kllahan. 
fliiMKa Mi'-a latga (itlhg-ro-m •lib tira- 
piara. 3 auod-aittd badronmA J pra TaiB- 
timka baiiiroom •ith pail»*Va1 baaib full 
ramant baaamai.l nih full plpad hot air 
furuBia. laundry tuk«. Bnd a dri»g*lo 
aaraga Tha Uf ta toaljd "Hb Uum. 
»hrub«. and f*od *aga‘»bla gardtr- »ltb 
tart go<4 anti.. A r«»Uy amart *uy al 

S7950 



OAK BAY 

7 ROOMS ONE FLOOR 
OIL O-MATIC HEAT 
$12,600 

pKuatBd In lb* ban pari «t Oak Ray »» 
• braullful (•fimr lot. thIa WMt ttirkrma 
•luatn hama amitd Mt ba iapla«ad lodaa 
unaar glkPN Urga brlgnt ruomt Mb 
r>nor» rtat tbrra badrooma din'ng room 
tnd tlaatnr klirban, full rainaiK haw- 
mant. >3 yaari aid athyaniamly loaatad 
aUM* t« but. aabMla. Bhapt. Baa and 



OAK BAY 

CHARMING FAMILY HOME 



On an auraclitrly land* 
a<apad lot In • Mraanni I— 
ration Haa tbrnuth bail, 
larga liting-rooni, dining- 
room. klirhar. on* badruom 
and a baibtvom on lha avin 
flrnt T*« twdraoWB up 
Full rrmant baaamttii •Kh 
H A furnnra. aoal Btohtr 
Amomalla OAR bat-«atar 
haatar Inriudtd. Ati in* 
RUl^ran honta. it B mar* 



Oldar*iypa hotna *hori niort from *«B In 
•utat Itrtai. naa< aimpa, ach*ota and 
iran»port Onod piai, «i«b Ihrougb hall, 
dan vi'h (irtpla-*. lirlng*roon diring* 
room, kiirhan and poddar ropm down. B 
badroemt aiut tiathtMin up full b*>a- 
mani •Uh AUTOMATIC OIL HOT WAlkH 
HHAT. tuba Bap«rai« garaga B«talianv 

$10,750 

Etobi* rnfftpyr Mf. t l Mk to T. BaM, »••• 



$6300 

•ly*hiiiu Bturca ll•>••a Mvud-rf?"' 
niaca !••( biMrnom*. rablnai kiirhan 
I bBUtao«n> Eill kB»a>i*aiil and l•M 
( gir hBAtind L*rgr I'H 
CmUcb J DaWan. Stanlnaa. O itbl 



CADBORO BAY 



$9450 



Va*r atiraaUvg gtiKra bungalt* 
III aaraiiaot aondiiPm both inta<tar 
and cMannr. Thata art fiia roomt 



CABELDU & MAY, LTD, 



APARTMENT 



till BROAD BTNBrr 



ATHLONE DRtVfc— $13,950 

li>» or ihM. raallJ tin# 

rotf naad raatiy !» ® 

■uaarb aualUy at a MaaanablB prK*. mw» 
«« *>•'>*• VKiarui 

mat AUiJmia art* to Uil PlA«a I* I'T* “ 
,oit ••»! k pmar-aiaBa i*’*’^^** •J*^,***' 
WRBbla ta*at. Thu •na haa f»*«, 

Rum a »#tr ir« yawg it hal l'**f •". 



GORDON HEAD 



Plant ll*ing-r<K>:ti hai 



•m ihrna room aall-aontainad au'iaa 
Ut • Ml ravanua •! arprktimaialy 13.440 
• paar Ear dataiit 

Call #. DaMkn. Rvaningi. O 3443 



Call tha Managrr. Day ar Night 

B2197 

DEAN HEIGHTS 
THREE BEDROOMS 
ONE FLOOR 

ipoUdBB mMiarn huiigataw «lth a larw 
nt*rapm gaaBi-aiM dbinwraam. rabi* 
kHrban >lai>«ad far canyantonra and 
itari Ihl* allranlia hama N virrd ter 
iga and hat aui«taaiia alartrir hot 



Ka fltapiara aa«d*a:ia dtnina* 
.>an. (rant badriMm la Itria «ith 
ampla rupbaatt apart ringlt bark 
baorno‘11 raMoat iiirhan, (oui* 
piara Pamkrakt kauirnam Thrra 
It a aril daraloEad gaidip with 
IfU'l traaa !•• !••»«. Ciaaa to 
^fipi-jifid iranaportatlon. Thu it 

• D idtaT pcamulttaii tut a taupla 

• ani(0« auiat and contanidi avr* 
ratitwintA Tha priea »a»y ira- 

r’*”* S7500 

call Mr. Haatly. S>H, B»»4 



HIGH LOCATION 
SEA VIEW 

Ran«b*l'pa homa •lib ibfta larga Imd 
raamt. baaulital li«iut*raani itiraplatai 
and dlaing-room, wUra-modant kiuhai 
and nook. 4-piaaa balb.*aa<ii; lull ramaui 
baaatMni. larga ruAnut room wUli (ira 
platt. fklra ptumMng. Hot*air OII'O 

MatuNMU Oaraga. $24,50C 

Eltaaa Call Mita Courintll. Oftit 



MOUNT DOUGLAS 



A MANSION IN MINIATURE 



A rhnira leratlen lar thia 
brautitul hBlf*a<ia iK# A 
prarttaallr NSW ulirB-BH»d- 
rrn Bturao homa Haa a larga 
tiring - room •IktJli. a 
family-turd dinlng-raom. I 
larga badraoma kltchrn and 
of lilt y raotn Enur-piart 
Eambruka haihriKun Era* 
turra tnriuda largr rtrrolar 
• tndoai l’< diriing.ron^ 
bardaood tlaora In main 
raoou Full rrmant bata* 
mant •lih dnra.ln garaga 
H A rURNArr CUaa alfm 
contldrrrd Full prirr 



Combining grartlul linra. Ionia roiumng. 
■ porM-tarntra and an rnriitlinf halua* 
trad# la raor*gardan BST TRii VEOH 
a KlU. •iliiln round af Caibadral Btli% 
amlnal rolling l••nt. a rata aargan and 
arbor and bahind an old oak, and yad 
bart *omaUilng riaaairal. BBAUTT oitb 
DSetON, aoAibinlMg thr arrhitactr' akIU 
•Uh tha Bvrryof a Undaaaping art. 

Erom lha kroad-rul ainna atapa lo tna 
Chlptuodalr (rirao unorr iJta aa«ra. 
•armth and vrirouu la irrmuitbu. Bp*rk« 
tint rrv|ial diam'md laudra glaaa aur> 
raundi Itia vld* frunl d'-'T at you aiap 
Into a roomy hotl ,n#T$tf dnota laod 
arr. and a vido oak auit*ay •lUi carrot 
nr»fi aad a»rrPlng handrail Iran um 
• ard to tha lr(i Tha don la. Indaad. 
a buBv man’i rraual romrr Thraa- 



VERNON MART IN & CO 
LIMITED 

u$ 41SW BTRtn • **»’ 



WANTED 



Epr gun iMOnl amali aparlwonr bnuaa 
•ftb baarmmi and (urnara Any gnod 
dUkrWt. Erica ua lo Ilk.dM 

FbdM B4IM: Btrning*. O 34M 

H Vm **B«Udlng ootU arc high Eira tn* 
«ranaa raia* ar* to* Mar* you in- 
90Mf tr>6iirftt3<T# i* to^tt 

C lacffnfut coBta? Eor Elr* and Auto 
■faaoa, call S4IM 



I 5*r aMto M mi 4 ai t. u*. tb. natural 
I Sdrahiagaa m ta lb# a*aal*o» uoa a^ 
, oAoogh oak* htiro brtn Ult ipoit^ •'*v22 
' la »*aia a rhaimtng aimoapbtta, Vao 
Mi*a thratuth a full ball Inta an I, H aP- 



CLOSE TO MOUNT VIEW 
HIGH SCHOOL 
GOOD VALUE 

Thia buticila* to about If yrari aid ar>d 
built af batl mat*Mato It ronuini lirtng* 
room allh fircptaa*. («• bodrirntna eabinri 
kUabrn ard bathroom Full high baoo* 
m*nt with *tira room, bol-air (urnar* and 
i»]T«-ln garaga. rioBo !• eZlAA 



SHELBOURNE 
MOUNT DOUGLAS WAY 

Mrro rau ha«* a boautilul homo. 
|n;tttd In a (icuhborhoed o( oa- 
-oJuilro horrra Tb* bout* l« «pa* 
rio-'i thra-ithout. «*ll appointed, 

•oil built «uh puntr ol ground 
1(1 pror*«« of bring tgnd>raprd. 
rrompin* and raaay lor (Btru* 
panry. Thit homo (a prta*4 riaht 
anfl If you aant o homo romplato 
to carry daiaU eantacl m* for 
jul. mrormauan. JIQ.SQO 

Call Mr. Orirve. Cvea. KIIM 



ontrr through a ful* ball into m pp 
proa. Mali •hioh la pancl*d U l{>* 
aiMC and uaat H * lull Pinuro ran «hWb 
prmllB the dUp ay ^iw®* 

Hitman •blah to a ma^l «ar 
■i«pt baa a naab and ihoro la a lull guaal* 
■kat .dicitng-mom aa **11 T«a 
baormimt. llil* and ItalY, bar# daiibia 
aioaaiB Aa a rrry uaa(a! adijuurl Uior* to 
a utility raom alf 

•a a aidol room M urU- and baa B*n«ia 
p*umblRg and tuba both Tho tuU ba*rm»i 
U ■ l*rt hign and obarroatlon of tha 
itmbrring ihu«a the really h*a*F 
Clan B*rd throughout Thor* la • ‘JI'J* 



$8200 



Kaar tha park ••* and Mora* 

PlVt-nOOM BL'ROAUiW wltb AL*tOMA- 
Tir Hr/T-WATKR MKATtNO tlood klUh*li 
and Eambrok* bathroom ‘tolng*fi»in. i 
bmtroomo and duung-roam or J briDooiM 
i( Toaaitad B»«4iTi»a''r 13 044 •’aaii «iii 
harrllf. baUnco monthly at 4% . 

Full pria* 

Call Mr. Laing. Kvanlrgi. O $144 

OAKLANDS DISTRICT 

nve-RtrOM BTUCCO ftOMb •hKh U •rll 
corutrurted »uh a tull ba**m^t ««>»-■ if 
furtiaco and »*p*tai* taraga. Only half a , 
block from tha mWl TIU* CA^OO 
hem* to modarairly prla*d at JO JvAJ 

Can Mr. MtLollait. IVaAingo, Odlfl 

GOOD REVENUE — NEAR 
ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 

CoMtotlBg of a largo Ihroo-room 
tain«d a:>artmani unatoiro and a bring* 
ronm. thro* bodrooma. kiuhtMUO and 
bathrMm »n Iho ground Hoar Full M**- 
maot and furnace fnUudiin a rery ron- 
Bidcrahl* amount of futtilturo JgQQQ 

Call Ur Haylo. Xy*ntng«. 13144 

$2000 DOWN 
BALANCE LIKE RENT 
HIGH COOK STREET 
1 5 ROOMS AND BASEMENT 

Thli 1* a T*ry g*»4 bungaip* oniah •* 
can litghly raeommobd at the 
fullpriroof JOTOU 

Ear Ebll Earllaularo and Intpoetion. 

' Mr Brodhoup*. ay*ninga Cplgulla 334M 
I BiCiQOiro LiBtluf ; 



SEASONED LUMBER 
GOING CHEAP 

A boaoUtuI 14-ftat-eld aowi-bunaalira In 
Oak Bay. Bitunlod ad a earner lut •■tb 
a conunaodioa mt* TItU aupcrlor hou** 
riTtiliU at a laiBO Urini-room •itb Ing* 
SSrirrplara. Erm'h «4w* into iparloua 
dUilM*room. cabinai kilahtn wuh Ula 
aMI. Hra bodraomt and iaur-plae* Eom* 
Prato VaThronn 4o«n Two bmiroom* up. 
EuU baomnrnt and dflfr-ln Ell rVAA 
•arafo Erira only i I I »wU 

On aaaf irrmr. ar will cnnaldor uada 
(or tmall hoiro 

OaU Mr. ChrialoaBOCk troo . BMtd 



CaO Mr Ludlow. Dayi and 
Cronlnga, B fill 



TEN MILE POINT 



ttara'o what yauro alwara 

• anted A magnlfiaont 

• ••a-frunt prnoorty. an a 
imall rntt Hai antranao 
hall. Urga tirinf-roam. din- 
ing.rtwm. on* bCdrnom bit* 
rhan •ir»4 for rang*, and • 
balhmom all on main flonr 
T«a Irodrooiiu up BaHffi*ni 
ha* j-ronm still* which rant* 
fnr 144 par iMnth. Double 
garage OTL - O •• MATfC 
RBATtNO A rar* beautiful 
r*Bldenro la a fbotao 
loratlati 



H. A. Roberts (Vic.) Ltd. 

iti3 oouoLAB RTRrrr OM '^e Bar" 

B2I97 

Mrmbrr af lha Real Citato Board 

Also iaieod aflieoB «l Duncon. Nanaimo 
Courtenay and Eerl Albtrni 



WILLOWS DISTRICT 

pnO'ttury glau itueod bungalow conalMIng 
of il«i»B*tavin dlning*ro«m bitrhei. *nd 
two bedraoau; M*afr lumte* and dny*_-_ 
In garage In full ramont batoBMni Mod*T9T 
In oorry rnpaat wrh a *ery giwd gardan 
Owner now In hoapital. aiut a*U Prira 

N^ritir $8000 

Plaaea Call Mr Burfon. Jr. Brea, B t3fl 



HIGH QUADRA 

Wa Ira otferint for oal* a »i*a 
Biocea bungaio* with a oimd loca- 
tian. iood-airad wt and pieaaaiit 
litlng tondiilooa eery suitable for 
a retired rotibl* or yourtC peob'o 
■larttiM. Some terma ECOnn 
are aealUbla Price JJOUU 
Cali Mr. Otiert, ■•oo.. I IM4 



BRICK APARTMENT BLOCK 

Eokir oaroUeni ieir*(o«Uln*d puIUb Taial 
laromo 4140 par maaib WaUMng dtoioiK* 
Pour garagat tfiM lo ttn* BTE,>etly wUb 
mry CiUa upUap 1 1 A 000 



A raally bandiam* rerldonra 
of 8SVEN largo rooma Li** 
tng room u IHS4 dinlrg* 
room to lieutdl .Two fine 
big badronma. a nonfanlanl 
bltahfn and iwo-p4*ao ba«h> 
mom down On* larg* had* 
raom. ano smallor badraam. 
a batfoom and 4*bl*eo bath* 
raom up Eull armor, t M*a- 
mtni with IT A AUTOMATIC 
OIL intATIfro Copper pip* 
Inr Atiaahad garao' A yary 
ieyrlr garden with aula* 
maila iprinkler natam in- 
•taltod An Ineulated and 
futly W*B*har-airlpped hom* 
•tib many oulaiandlng 
ftararea 



ELK LAKE BARGAIN 

Arruai tha road tram lake. 34$ feat toad 
fronlago. Btt-rcKimad Beml-bungaluw «lth 
garaga III buMmint pipod furnaaa. good 
aandttlen. Fruit traaa. two EQQCrV 

acrea. ErIra Mashad ta JOTwV 

dCLVSLVB UBTTRO 
Aab for 4eii RogorA Colg. 41 B 



GEORGE RANDALL 

1341 DOOOLAS O 



Price 



A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE 
IN OAK BAY ON THE ' 
LANSDOWNE SLOPE 

Thll laeclv hodic haa ^ut been plocad in 
•ur hand! far sala and cannot be fully 
anprariaied until aeon Tho garden ia 
boauttful and tlM frant la«nB haea a 
aprinkiar sysiam Porno of th* auuiand* 
Ing fcaiuraa follow. 

OROCRS FLOOR 
Bntranea ball 

Llring-room msi bow window, can* 
troDad fIrapUea. 

DInInt-rMMB— 11*14. bhw window 
t>en— laau <olternai*ly a bedtoomi. 
Otlltty roaa-lt«ll laitoraatoly a bad* 
nmni 

Kitchen- Italt. eenMialInt fan. dlnelte 
ubi*. 

Evader roam, lotlat and «a*h batin (go* 
commodailop far bath, plumbing 
reugbed Ib>. 

OEBTAIRB 
Masirr badraam 
twin bodki. 

Draaeing raam-Tklf. 
oaan rwam- 



SUPER REALTY LTD 

rtBURAMHl — LOARB 
74t TATBS BTRIBT O ' 



VALUE PLUS 



BU-raomed slucca aami-buugatea. giamad- 
in Ban poruh. ilytng-raam with firapiaca. 
Mk llwar kitehao. nook, pantry, tw* 
badraanu dawn. faur-tiMce haihraom. !•< 
addmaitel hedraama ua- Oaraf* In baaa- 
mant. plpad farnaca wltb aawduak burnari 
two loU. ftult uaea. Taaet fTf. 



KER & V 

STEPHENSON 6. 

MaiMar R*a1 Batata a<mrd af Tiatofta 
f04 OOVBRNMCNT BTRSTT O 4131 
Night Ehnwea' 

BJfT] - B4kll - OI3I4 



$7500 

4-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 



aerhrra to tba raar parking yard and 
dvubiB torag* 

Wa da nol Bird cannot arar ampnaaM 
lha beauty atuartlon and andurina ra'ua 
f>r thu praatical and artiatir rmra aieaa iru 
Eurthar- •arii'Ulara. plena and prtca. at 
Ukit aftica 

Mr Cfitr, 0 4341 



bla own 4lBirlrl and knaat U thoroughly. 

JAMES BAY 

$2000 CqsK— $ 35 0 Month 

Bcetn-ramned home Could rent niiaiaira 
as laatnuo af 434 a ffanlh. Thu to a bryaly 

•" •“ $4200 

AU'fur Haruld Wafa. Day Q Tllli 
Nlghl O $4h 

HIGH QUADRA 
5 BEDROOMS 

WORORREUL FAMILY m6m 1 CLORV TO 
PCBOOL and tran>porlati*n Baa a aan* 
reaiad etairway wflb 3 raom* upt’mra. 
UriBg and dlnln|-raom Rar* hardwood 



Saran reema, Itucae, | 

K iped furuaia. alaatrfi 
calian. an baa Una. 
Erica 



ISLAND INVESTMENT 
^ CO. LTD. 

. t- BROWN. J- A MeLBLLAJ* 

Ik TtBW BTRirr EHONB O 7I4#-1 



K4«Pmband- J7Q5Q 

REVENUE PROPERTY 

lied J'ilorf* tram town. Thro* raami 
wwaf taapma around 11.144 ptr yaar 
I ffj oaraga ai»4 weil'ket'i graundi 
I leaeep fnr aelling Term* 1* tell- 

X' " S8500 

GORGE— SECLUSION 
DOUBLE LOT 

«am bam*. Twa b tf rea m * up and 3 
L Dwubla larate. Fun raoknt bam* 

. vtth ROT WATER HEATINU FUR- 

U/l‘Vt""^ fra, a 



CABELDU 4 MAY, LTD. 

1313 BROAD iTRBrr Bill! 



,|4al1 (accommodatai 



E 1 r, cn/T- M**<*T’^*>' itigh-guabty 
StUOUU Blucro bUBgaiew «lth d*a- 
(oat wid* Ihrattgh hall. IPetily-laol lltina* 
remm with goldn oak floorw lara* dining- 
raora will taka ftril tulia The fiitrhm U 
ultra-modern Pith complete robinet apore 
Inlaid IIP*, appMtiy* alnk faoturu. wlrjd 
far range Twa^eaty tkWbMNo^ 
makler MraM to twln*M iIm with tPe 
Mpthei rloaal* High •unili^i Baiameni 
with. hai'Alr furnace. prxMuea il«aar 
rrvAvi aiaeiRa damaattr hat Pater. 4rlre*ifi 
garaga. Terhia ayaUable^^Me call Mr 
Eairtok B 3101. Day ar RtgKl 



Itilt (artarnmadaiet tala 

bedki. 

Bathroom —Ilf. abaaer artr bath 
Tranh ream— Ixif, pitb mathproef Unon 

cupboarg aattlan 

Fully Inaulatod baaemant bod all hcoUng. 
Many aalrBA including a Erlgidaira aad 
BeaaU waabtr. ar* included # y ^ OCA 
IP tha prica af JI/«03V,/ 



Arthur E. Hoyncs Limited 



PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 

9M FORT BT B 



u yau ara fookUig ley a real bujr In a 
NEW dunWt wnhnlre Mring guarter* and 
lie a Bkonth incaakt. yau cans aflard to 
p*M ua Ibu ana. Btun fa years agw 
each Bpartrueiit hsa Ibiea nK* rooPta, 
aaodern Frmbroke bathroom end eutomalM 
gas fMBiWBWr baaier aulMicig Is tuUF 
rasulatM and hoaiod by plpad furnar*. 
On lha Bsmt praperty la a aasau cMSig*. 
Btoo new, but mutl Hr mavad frnra pirariit 
loraltoi. mw nric* t* raotiiterabty toad 
ia«« II emi ta build If mnaiha ago and 
kefare Iht fig increa** in matarltl* hag 
lagan pbkoe. Cioea ta trsnapartaUM aM 
wnhij< Ay mlUa at ally cenit* N'*'k 

S"5tT" $9750 

Eieea* Aik foe W. Joima. B fJf J. Ercningt 
Tia FCmT BTRBIT FRORt 1 1« 



fbmra. Urge fcltthaa, 3 bedramn* d;: 
Main Fail aamant baaem*nt aiM 
tm-hed garag*. Lorely grwunfa F-rn 
Full pftea with t*m* J// 

Ash far Ran M Wara. Day O Till, 
Nlghl a $431 I 



$8500 



ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO. LTD. 

Tif VIEW rrnxrr phone o $Uf* 

C. B Brawn • J A. McLeUan 



JUBILEE DISTRICT 



FAMILY HOME 
WITH ORCHARD - 
ROYAL OAK AREA 

thraugb hi 



SUPER REALTY LTD 



Mountain View* — Suburbon 
Four Rooms — Bgsdmenf 

^ Bllnaied as a pmmintra nww 

JOODU lacatlan. high and dry with 
vummanding autkaak arer aauntryai^ M 
ihrea*mtla elrela with atafe-kr bns •ervtrt 
Len than two raar* aM. fm ktaean high 
ga* remeni baaegaeni vllh fwriuf* and 
•Iterhed garag* There le beauiifal iwun* 
'tryllk* aimo«bh*re with a picture dew 
fram **ar* Windew. lERtM my bf.JM'- 
ratigml Eltasa eall Mr Fatriefc. .Rmr 
Dar or Night 



Ml Twa btgrpama. nira Hetng-radm wUb 
fireplace raainei Bli<b*n. ullHty taakn niih 

la:; $5950 

BURNSIDE ROAD 

mmalad ga ««m«r Int In nbe lorabga. 
Sa-eMm aeml-bungalaw Three bodfoetne 
u- fireplacw and baecmeni. oarag* fn 
mitWnB eaadniap, A.fff Cls’OCn 
baadlu ak fall price at J3ZOU 

m^andless realty 

•44 PORT BTRtET EHONB Ellll 

Braningk. OffN ar QffM 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 



l-rwomcd from' 

M«lng-rooiD. hr.. — — 

hiKhen with dinette, l.ptera iMtnroom, 3 
bedroom*, etira an* tn full remeni has** 
lacni. Laundry tutw. b«4*a]C piped furnace, 
eewarai* garage. Ienn*ia gr*ariit«u** ahaut 
acre lot. reM owH* '<*“ bearing fmlB 
IteeB pruned and kpre)*d. rlr***. rBiin , 
and i< gaabarnee, aBamrifea bed. na**ri 
end bUiM. Taae* about IN $7300 

Ash for Mr. T B. Monk 



OAK BAY 
WATERFRONT 
NEAR GOLF COURSE 

UaobttrurUd panoramlf view arer tiralta 
g.rnpm. Durafd roofed. hat-aeUr beaieu. 
fully iBiulatad, klurco bungaka Bread- 
ta«m rarpeta ui hall, lirliig-roont, and I 
bedroom <ar derii. piatr-tlam mirror *c*r 
nrtptace. and oil rang* ucludod in tale 
price BeciMad fard*nc Tktm aaly Hk 

$14,000 

I (Near Offer caWBlderedi 

1 Aife t«r Mr Rarrlaglao . 



mat* you In RBlenc* about •« OAA 
manthly. Full prtc# JOOWVJ 

HERE IS AN OUTSTANDING 
BUY 

Aboflt 1 fOP B9 *ter«m byngamw *‘‘h a 
lull biiemarir. het-al* piped heat and 
tlaot*. ihrough h»:l in* euik and i-pjer# 
bath Tou rmiMn i build ibli houM alnn* 
for under M.kfP Pitheui ‘"f*"*!? 
grauwii O"! rmwpad •■» about 4 mfiea 
TOM* appree- 14* W* know that (bis la 
„a1ly tain. $6975 



Na ME 

UPLANDS WATERFRONT 

UnabBtrncird paneramK rlew of Ma. , 
MMnaa. Mount Raltiitt. Mnunt Baket. 
otymplc* A hetnr of chBraefar. Quality 
and dutiacitnn Bliualed an AbdUt 
khird* of on acra of »tnr landtciped 
trunikdr. ih* hom* la ju*t I years eld and 
rempr>m eniranc* nail, powder 
laraa litfni-room with flrealare. rtair 
•m4aw». gurBi-kite Aming-room, cabinet 
ki'rhen with piatktf tf cupbnBfd*. den 
• <ih tireplae*. aaa floor*, eunrowm. cm*' 
reated itairaay la on* larte bediamn. on* 
medium » ** one t»ed.-*injn«:raam kuita, 
**iUea»iaf*rnom. 4-p4ete bathrdpfc ^ 
cefb*ni ca**m»j)i d»y;l*l’. wtoh high 
ceiliBK taaodry. ana nkaly haiBhad mmn 
V.ih llfwplBir OlI.-O-MATir M<TT WATER 
ItEATXKO. Wh lehcad oatuMitr hm •*ter. 
AiUrbfd garatr. loal hao**. 

Mtt« Mtutifui tn liVA^ ittniM* 

roekrriea. IruU traa*. bcr^. tfueiaPle 
ra*den ThI* Iptflr rPtidine* to in per* 
Tert condition H*» Wen meap« Uf 
awi.rr line* It wa* kmllt, aad la lined ter 
•at* for Ol* flirt tom*. Foft eAEk 



RANDALL'S 



L. M. Rotevear & Co. Ltd* 

mb UkNUliV BtMRtT niONt okgfl 



OAK BAY 
UPLANDS SLOPE 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD: 

talk OOL'OI^ ETREBT 



FOR SALE 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

A bungaiew af at* raame aitd bathiwaM 
with kaaaiMhi. (umtee. garaae. aac lAr 
latrr, ctoar lut*. ^<**1 eeiBld* ih* f^i'F 
llmiu Id ill* vioilya-fatmie ViHriri ruma 
ta erhaeu, dor**, but r*a*W(.*M* olfcrf 

‘"’Trice $ 3750 — terms ^ 

? p**helf raah balarr* mwniltir UMral 
lacauni efiered Im all eerb 

JAMES BAY 

A aemi gwptea Itp* home, eubt raPM and 
bathroom aaacmeni. fuinac* geregr. 
Creptaco. eatra tailai. ete. Twa ouilm *mn*« 
tec *404 Ber F*ff b*d awnar* gwarttra. 
Caa« ofterB ineitad. EXKArt 

CAES ERN.'B jOOUVJ 

OAKLANDS 

A buofslvw g«* raamr and bainraotEt 
baBement. fumaee garag* Braptar*. 4ia, 
FlfBt payiMwB il kfa Baiabea FCzc/\ 

maathly- Tarmf Frie* #OOW 



DUPLEX (Wolking Distance) 

lido-by-alda slucca duala*. each unit tew* 
aii>B lifbig-raam oilh fiteplare, dto*lte; 
iPr b*dr«am. cabiurt kiirhan. Fembrob* 
Mih Beoarala baaemania. tarag** ang 
'ornB''*i FoBBcaaian of one Bid* aupacted 



Elk roan Blucra bungaiew wltliA 
ha* reeryiblnf lot tS* meet 4iB* 
ceraing bayir Lara* thtragh hall. 
li*ing*rawm iSitl. luil-aiar diniag- 
roocn, 3 bedrooma. I af which aic 
Urge cnuugit IM twin bads, medarn 
rabiaai hitrh»n wilb Um sink and 
Iota III c*ipl»Mnig, eaa fiaoi*. 4* 
ptora Fambrala Mlhraom. com- 
pi»telv raderoratad In aefi partel 
•hadcc. Full temant baBcment. 
tumpMB ruom taciUllck. Drire-lh 
aaiage. Lanaerapad gTeppda, fioii 
fruit irr«u and tm-karie* Bur* 
leundeu by acpenBir* homm. with 
tea new. The prira baa k*an euk- 
untially reduoad. F t A AAA 
with liberal terma laB lUrVVU 

Call Mr. Beatty. Ira*.. B^ 



JOHNSTON & CO LTD 

■EBtabllAad iMli 

CDMrLTTE INBURANirS BIRVICB 



VIEW ROYAL— $10,950 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



UOTRIC ettUNOB 

Thig ihake hum# Haa 1.444 eg ft. af flaw 
•poet, all til raem*. * af them aloe a noak. 
LR. 1* »ul3 and ma»»#( Sedrnom l:tl3 
A gtniM-roeoB 1**13 Tl>er* to a gtmd bet* 
• a**r heating ayulrm. full baBement aM 
nmete acw of ncaMy and •itrae(f*clp 
Un(i*«aa*4 graundB an a galrl Jfff^* 
aiaeng atner cnarnlng bam*« and i^r 
•lore*. tranaporiaUoP and dP the dial 
phoM. 



ROOMING HOUSE 
FURNISHED 

m bat. near 81UP OF FAflK 
a eeMly MHt. aeU*adui|m<l r*am> 
uee ititia plumbuigi that catne 
>er btprith and ha* i«q loam* tef 
M FricQ Ukcluda* turaituia. MvHI 
Aging That# tf nkuer a vacancy 
apaar aUl '"3* ler 

m a btmga»aw af Mptft |3.30g 



Atk fur F L ttanw -O 3faf 



J. H. wHirroME & CO 
LIMITED 

kat OOVER.UMBN1 bt\ victoria. 8C. 

Beacop 41*4 



OAK BAY — SPECIAL 
$4200 

TO CLOSE AN ESTATE 



tit lankiafa Aeanpr Mmt Uia perk* 
•rhrwtf awd beaim Ideal family home or 
•acan teams oat ip a tarrn Iffdap. wall 
tread email fruili and aepetXbla garden 
A blab hedge u mlipea tfM u feag n y. jieing 
(omi>Wt* aecloaton Baparata garage Bpnny. 
elder home, oooUlne hall. Ilelng-raam wUh 
Breptaca. rraneb 4mn ppenmg ap ka awe* 
erM patrh. den with ftrapUce, dtnmg*redm 
wtU) ^ai*ln bpffet. Three good aedrenm* 
and bothtaem apetdlra Baarmewt •ttb 
hei-alr heaiKM Corner preparty epnaWt* 
log M Uir*a IM 

tmmedUie Fanaedalan 

PRICE: ONLY $*700 

Barbmtua Aprata 



Thew ar* Ina4 a few of aur nbaT #aod 
afferingt w* ha«* a kited Belectlon of 
reallr gaed home* in th* lacoeaM# Po«»* 
llan of beiag bfired right. We ar* Iryint 
i* effet enlt inaae h«m*o tn iRii •ategary 
and enai that ara wall Pallt and etfpn. 



SWINERTON & CO. LTD 

•34 BROVOMTON NT » f** 

Bat IM4 



Mr. onete. 8rm 



OAK BAY SPECIAL 

k-rnom eturrei hungalew 4 taari aid. Full 
baaemant. dr»*e*in garage. R A heat Uc* 
tftg-roMi, dirMf-raam. cabinat kitchen. 3 

kMnwma. 3 *pW* 0 Frir.bfeka bath Lauely 

ri7S75 



tmrta f-tpom bPhgaleP living and dtfitng- 
ranma. I b edraame. lltrMn and fdMry. 
3*plaee batbneem. Uitangh baN FWl <a* 
menl baacment and gPed furnaea. Small 
let. EES TRU SFRLTAt TODAY. 



GEORGE RANDALL 

tJ« DOUOLAd 0 4181 



FAIRFIELD 

bnagabra. akeoa i 

riUHA aalkipd 41 



WM 'BIIAI •AinrrFtBXBf.-R Agapl 

nniimAm and loans 



$4750 

L. M. RoMveor & Co. Ltd. 



E. E. HEATH 



OFF HAULTAIN 

Tbree-rnam etdlng eattoge ao4 two good 
tfu WaH-ta-wBil curwate in lieing-toam 

and badrwaPt. Baparata garage 



RESIDENTIAL REALTY 

9M JOHNSON tNeat U Ptnk Bhrtma 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

iMambar Ikeal IMPM Baard tt TMarMI 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

EXCLUSIVE 

Almost New**-3 Bodroomt 



$3800 



_AN ATTRACTIVE 

'bungalow 



Htpa-raam aM*r-tyaa arml.basgulaa alih 
th r ee t aam auiw lap, rsaiad foe kJ3_P?! 
•awOk jm roM Im 
tieiPt-raom. 



■I RAT^Afwarttv* dra-rwam 
m epatlaM aandttkap ail I 
kob Tttfi tamapB k aeemwii 
kaparala garag*. Deelrabke F| 



SPECIAL 



euIMod. odH bembgi FU1 Vau e m ain , 
Oaraid ranttag. d p u m Fe m broka bath. 
hat-Plr furnaoe. lataiy targa tooM *ltb 
rerruoUan room In Meea»rnl Tbto ts* 
•apCHMkaOt Baa nopaa at a«ar l.llf eg 
ft af epaaa PU? ba had aw roaoenabm 

STpAcp $8900 

C O lUMIl. Reaa. O 44li 



I. Taa fppga TiH-tpdad. TWtp 
m Vba giruatPTv and Mao 
%Ut PurrtgPM PI flLTit app 
gma ruduraJ |^950 

ArtBar. Rlghta, BOdf 



iHeAra and 



duM bwtnlitg fumae* 43 
balawea »| »}f par magth 
Fdfl pfVa 



I ROOMB. WITH RAMMSNT ANO 

ftnUIACE 

Thto la aoetb mraBtigatUig 



$5950 



$1600 



« 3.yaae*ald atwreo 

Ona badraam laaga 

lltQhap and diners. 

bleak to •baprlPf pnd 

itly fumitfked « deeitad Owner 

ka Tappdpaar 11814 sAsh. Bal- 

iMPkbty. Call awpor. Bal IMS. 



$4150 



TODER & VINT LTD 

319 cfeirnUL RLOO O B 



THE CITY BROK8RAGE 



MEHAREY & CO., LTD. CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

1 Ml COMIOlUjrT BT. 4*831 



A. S. MILLER 

1MB RtANNMARdk vr. Bl 




FiNANCtAl SURVfY 
LIMITED 



MOUNT TOLMIE— N HA. 

Tat* u «a McmiM*! valiw M • <- ry 
wuM« b«uical«« Wing kuils U N n A 

■MHU>I»U>| t*i M 4k«« Uua 

UDrUTtly iifM boa* *uh tlirM b»4to««u. 
U(ln«*r««ai. 4UJm»f an. kiubto *n<l 



UPLANDS 



MAOMtncsrrr mkdkncb 

ArtbiwsMTaMy * milr MwtfL 

t«ctiv« Id brlrk. glau «b« •idccd. 

•RAND NBW. COMPUrnCLY PINUMK1>. 
P*r}tct fibUAiDf toucbu Pmmuidd i»> 



PANORAMIC VIEW 
SEA AND COUNTRYSIDE 

Bxc«moi(AU.r wbix>ekpt homc 

AbM(ui«l7 ipoUea uMtfnlnn. A <b«tc« 
blyh larAlteR w tb* L*nad««B« a*i«bu. 
■bfrciaua mtpUoD ball, a cuatt «ub< 
fMOL Tbt lt*Uii>ro«a appru 13 lt«t 
vub a nua lutplaca. A rtallr toad«aiM 
4tAini-rooa aub plaoir af vail apata 



M Bjltln <EolimW ' Vktork, LC., Ju« 25. I»S« ! » norm roK ialb 



Tl UOl’SIS rOE tALB | Yl BOI BKS >QE 



CABELOU & MAY, LTD. HEISTERMAN & CO. 



HAGAR'S 



ani MioAS vrRBrr 



■lUbUabaA IIH 



OAK BAY 

1 6-ROOM BUNGALOW 
PRICE: ONLY $4750 J "OPEN FOR INSPECTION ] aua naar Atuw« canaanic- 

.... ... . Uao. »a*J b«Ut 10 ytaia aM 

Pita-raaa l*«>lrpa beotalaw, m* Durala . I ta 4 » «- and 1 u 1 t « klactric kUcban vilB itia 

»a^ Ma-alr ai»a4 fura^ iBttatfaa tUa { ci ikinax/ oc.i_ ii ikic locA M*fa**o4 naor*. aap- 

AA4 raa«a. la n»ca bifft lacauaa aa4 SUNDAY, 25th JUNE, 1950 Mr »iwb*. Jebna-MaariUa 

Attirtet Oae« tbJm. Sam Uma. . baaaaaapi. #1A AAA 

T. klarcaal. Kaaalaga, OMU 54l BURNSIDE EAST , Teraa aaailabl* . $iUfUUU 

/A A !<' D A V ^ humt. cJaaa la and aolp aoa auit tn.m ; v / a a KiT 

_ VAN DAJ — m. VA\-AX'4 I _ 

Wlflora AlMrUL »a«f.raa. Add*.;-- I DECORATED 

taf-raom, lao badrcoaaa. kllfban, 3*plara , njMly iraad. lacaa Daitlu* alaratauad. < iniitAiA" r.<*^Arx 



LtFPS LIKE THAT K By Fred Nehcr 



baibraoa Niea cardra. Naar 
maaparuiiaa. rUU. PRICK 
llr. Bannatl. fvaalnga, O 



in, J-piara pictiy iraad. facaa paitiiat pUriteund ] aaa IDWIMI^ DAAIA 
4LKOKn ■‘•M l« batbar aUbar. Hoina appruai- [AjA IKVIlNO KUAU 
■9^7 RiftUly i«a yaara aid la a apgtlaaa evnai* -...d.-.i.l 

• 139 uaa. Pot appatatoiaol la *iaw ai oUiar 

ibaa laaMcliPb luua pboaa JAr. Rar/uuAb . JiJi. 

■ aiti >*•* n iftii ^ ^ ' V B«aBa.a» la »Br«M 

aA\-- rl*!'.. CXOein Piaa.arl 

AaAlac prtra anip 9073U li^ni.raoiD ailfi (I'apiara. 



SECLUDED aAv«. -A-., i, SA9S0 eaciMtrauao Piaa.arl 

dCV..LUUC.Ll AaAlac *««• •«»? 907 J\J •ilfi Iirapiara. 

WATEDEPONJT MOAAE dtainc-riMB l MdrtMMat *iib 

TYP> I CArAV..M>( I CWFt RAt IDMP ADPA I an aaira amall raom Raih- 

^AAMirM IKH FT .jnci-DV..;uruNC roam klithm aiui bom 

iAAINIV-n irNLtI *?i«***S;*'‘'. 

eaarloafcinc iba fam»d aaiman fUhini auw«e boiaa Land itndar ralii*aluin «un 

valara of SaanKta Inlat. Ali*|aar-ra«aa loia af trull Iran and piantr ot ar-laatvn. I ..a arhsMia Vfr« aas* 

aarbaraaa tar a cnaiaar in a prouetM Yaa «lU laak a lanf urn to baal tbia bur I n>r h« haA arfd u<7 «• 

•on, •?!’ a fa« minuM fran thu lamr < it you caod lAaa* laur aaliani r.nmilm ] i, oo.,, «n . raaaanaala 

■odara aUcTn bunaatoo, farinc aauUi an lU A aiucea buncalao. <3> CI«aa<la; >J> I.Mar 



dtainc-riMB 1 baArnmat oiib 

SHELBOURNE AREA | '^ru, "P-lSa 

Ona acra at aaeallant tall and ..i-»o.b P.'?!*- 

aiu(«e boa* Land und«r ralii»alisn «un IM elaaa la baacb 

v“ j aad Very al.y I?m«" 

7,*? •*“ *2?^ • *•"; y* U»'»,tFUf „„ h, h,a Uia •tantr 
< it you BOAd ibaa* laur aaliani r.nmilm |, op,,, (q a raaaanaala 



1 arra at parbUka land Tbara la a laria •acludad. i4i Aeraaca, aad pricad on luP 
bvinfrooB and dlDinc-raoB OTirtaaklnc at that at «^aaa 

aba «at«r. ton badrooma. eabln»t kUcban < aali^ 5/UUU 



$6900 



•Ad Pambraka batbraaaa. A part baMBani 
with avloauUc hat>«awr haallna. Sap* 
• ra(* carafft Tbla la a dali«btlul Dliia 
aaima and «atl worUi iBTap. # i c ^CA 
iicauoc. Priaa >I0>/3\J 

llr. Rapa. Ivaolnca. B4CI4 



far Mr Borrauata. B«aa.. G 1113 



^ CITY— N H A. 

4 VS Yeors Old — 6 Rooms laut^r^ «biu ^'f.a 

. . bunaaioo in apatlaaa rand) 

A rina alttcca bunfaSoo. attracilya In da* uan. Cloaa ta atar# and 
atcn and apaeiaua tlaar araa Claaa la 1 tianapertatlao Goad hiyb 



Baeluaiva Aaanta 

COSY COUNTRY 
BUNGALOW 



■arluaiTa Aiaela 



CIO/^A r\AVAyk.l "*** «Mca auBCBiow. aiiracuya in aa* uan. Cloaa ta atar# and 

B i OUV UUWni atcn and apaeiaua tlaar araa Claaa la 1 tianapertatlao Oaad hiyh 

_ , .... ......... |Md aebMla and ayatllant bua Mrylct. < >af Phona tor on aaanint- 

Baianra at *M par boqUi. iMludlnc ta»ai. Larct HrtH|-taoB wjih tirralaec. dlnlni- manl aitb ua to ahaa tbl* 

California buaiala* at aturdy roMirurtlon raoin. aunny raOloat kitebn. iiuJity Uun* pull orira 

•i*b a bPa »i«w In Harlcaid dlatikl dry^ratiB, 1 good badraoBt and a»pea. I 

UTlnc-ronra vnn opan braplara eabinai batb tuU haarmtol aitb taira badroan aariuaiTa Ac««u 

bliritan. 1*0 badrooma and 4-pla<a tii*i i bat.air brau&|. Rtrdaaod tlMii. aapara’a 

batbraoB Pull baarmant «tth bM-alr pipa c*ta(a Lot Tpiiab. laraa. r-YAAA APPRAy 2 ACRFS 

fwinaea and ratfa tonau. Eacirk tanta *t aaklnc pflea at 57900 “ AV.ACJ 

and aitttru bot-waiar baavar. Aitachao CJ O^F TH ^FA 

•arata Varaot paaaaatloa. d-Z^ACA CarluaJra Uitloc V-LUit I U bCA 

A.A1AC $6950 AakfoTMr. WrWttdUl ^ , a^uforubl. ha«. 

' Mr. Bapt, Svanlnca. I M34 . CraDlngi. OfTftT Ualni-raMn with crani’a 

I f'raptstt 3 badiMBa. Pull 

FAIRFIELD OAK-BAY— $6950 I Pr lit iraa* Pnr intL^tUin 

mf. ROOM BUNGALOW B.lM-raa* I MR, FAMILY MAN 



$5250 1^50, 



■Brrowi Kara I* KXCXLLXNT WORK* auiatABdlbg taatdiaa lairtuda bardvaod 
MARSHIP Uuougbaut by a buUdar «a ba«4 , riMta ibrauglMut popular UiMUAb-ball 
rtpraMDUd tor raara. A raaUy apa* | pua. Inlaid Una u^a to UUban and batb- 
tlaua racrptibn hall, larga Uuaucb lirtnf- roMH. catUngi tnautetad fttmant saraaa 
raoB. dbubla ilau doara out m a paii'i la blah fuU camani bMamanl UndovbtadTy 
,-CBktftiAl .XltapUta. Aad- . PBaiaL. -Iptag ; amBaadiaa uuiua- - «-rn eAn 

dininU'toaB. Ibi kiU-ban U arary vaoian I , >1 SI U<0UU 

drrain. euaiplaia t* iba laai *ard‘ Anaat I * . .... .... __ 

bull! cabinau, Inl*l4 Uaaa. Ula link. | Caatatl M BraltbPAlte, Irta . O iMl 
cooklbc tan atar Iba atvya. BandU Ittttnc* 

aad braaklaai apaea. Tbraa badraanu ana I WMAT A Rl lYt 

a dan «or laur badraaBJ<, t»a aatrp-larga I ’* ^ ' • 

wUb valk-tn elwtt. 3ba badrot-Ba art i«*raoB ituera bundala* aituatad In 
, auila apart traa Uia bring araa ana » 

aehaaU and franapartatlan Thii boina u 
'JS^n apaeiaua. haring laraly Urge Urmg- 

^nitruMi^^'i^^i^iy.jL.!?i!- madarnlMla tlraplara. lull aiaad 

“ii* dmuig-TMB, da huta kUtban uiih nook 
•*»* atuchad utUitr rca« Wida lliiaugb 
“*'*• »M«att» badraemi Pull 

fcVbad'MrSr“ti;Sn?UuDgaTl**m^ !l3^..n“^rrSM’‘ur^|'^ari^ *‘»b 

nu»ar*va't,u.f U.a.TVbu « ..captian^ 
CATlOft BacaUam ibraugbaui A bargain $9750 

Wjn BB BOLD $ 1 9f500 CoalAct A W. ABdartan. traa O llbC 



$9750 

CoaiAct A W. ABdartan. trra O llbC 



Biiritan. 1*0 badrooRU and 4-DW«a ti'ai l nat*alr braUng. ntrdaaog fUx 
pbatbraoB. Pull baarmant «>U) bM.alr pipa garaga Lot Tpaldb. Tarat. 
fwinura and ratra tonau. Etcirk ranga Mgin* prlea at 
and aItttrU bot-*alar baaiar- Attachro r <.<■«> 

garaga Varaot paataatlou. e/QCA «»rluaJra Liitlpg 

Atilng 5o950 , for Mr. WrIgbL K 

' Mr. Bapt. Srtnlngr. I g»34 | Kranlngi. or»T 

FAIRFIELD * OAK BAY— $65 



"I dpn't oaderatPiid eronomlra or poUlie* . . . bat I fpthrr from mj 
htifbAiid tliAi Bomrbod)' In Wpahlagtpn hma been wrlUAf 
I loo inRny ehoquca!" 



BOUSES FOR SALE 



$7350 



riTB-ROOM BUNGALOW Balng-rtom ' A/\K, hAMILT MAN ' 1.4.1 nur niiir. 573 

dinS.f.rDBP kltahri.. ihraa ptara bau.- „ ^ 

raniB. la.> badrooou. flirplura In tiring* , Har# • raur rhanra tu purrhara a goad tub* c ^ _ 

aatm Puu D.armeiit •irti •alia all Hoad. boina at the rigfat prica Na,\FAEROKJT 

and dfiaa.tn gar.<a AutaBatk bat aairr . (rattle problama tur your rhtldran nn tlUa 

• ar r. nire garden. Naar bua. anopping . Qukl tireai. Tbara la a larg# liriA|*rH«im * rKeclc the Followina Itemk 
acf tra. A y oci. viib ftrapiara. tamlly dlnlng-raom eabinai ' *'■ roiiowiny iiems 

Prlra 5OO50 I biubao *aa gaa pipad In. S good badrouana. | nnd Comoore Valuer— 

k-. w, «>< 3-p7ara natn d»an. l larg* n*.t. ' V-Omporc vqiues— 



BOUSES FOR BAt4R 

. A. GREEN REALTY 

M4*tvg ooRtydN Bmcrr 

gida af Coaeb Ltnaa - KPil) 



Pr. Mr Brnnatt. raa*. Otllg 

SOMETHING DIFFERENT 

In a "MOOrRM NOME" Crratira dti gn 
• Ub cunalrutma uuiity. S««aliBaa daa'gi. 
aud taaatrariWn atalbnd aoBbinad •Un 
oMialu daevralloo la a raal .daunra la 
bnaa anJitiPMCil A alaping t.«n. color* 
fut rorcaMaa raflaeliona In tha dla- 



aranrpt «iib bat atr rurna.-a . .imuat na* .L.tiua.iia *u 
***'* ***■ "*^***’* *** ib«>l •■tat baaltna «l(h lank- 

PouaMhan X daya dofnaatie ui<)i Uring* 

Aai tar Mr. Wrigbt. B«*a Og^il m am *)tb (.rrpura cvn. 

dining ■ rnacD aimne k>t* 
ebrn with Itla atnk Tbrt* 
^NAr badraama. Tiia lour*pia«a 

3 ^**.,nnrc batbranpi. tlaiammi uilb 

jlUKtj plumbing Pinitbiuf in ana- 

bn.a«r Ineul.iad. utatbar* 



SNAP 
3 STORES 



lam *iiaru and pkniy ot room aaiiiut R*bar mutt tall Ihia prvoany a(.<t It arr.pp.d ihnniabauC Ga> 

•prn tparrt ingaibir *IMi a vittarla* ^Mb ta after*. I tlatrt a.ut bring quar- j ragr Grcrnboiur land* 

rortrnd taraatrvar utda «inda«a under (art. } ar’a pluaiaing Ttara only lit IhitlKapud g.idan ai»d a pan»- 
a araan 3aiii..*Ufi.rtUa Uuruid root tl aary gpnd tafa eOETirt *'** ft"* 

•raaia a drtiia ta riait ar lira to tbla toratiing at ^OOUU *rai'mi> A riaar uttc ai.« ' 

lto*>a. Tlia kileban la- ttoipia. artuor. Por Panlru'.ara Atk for P Pm i immrdi.ta pnwaa* g 

ruoana and practual. IS frrt af ramnri a........ n amm* 

flh*BM.Ba mA BM«lam oMrauad araninci^ Q MU 1 



lto*>a. Tlia kileban la- ttoipia. amtOr. I 
ruoana and praetual. IS trri at ratimri I 

4|S#R# I 

tbr lUik YMia It a large bright no»a. I 
baarr Unn. •■rad tar alariritily and I 
•IMIMT not ««'rr br.tar ln«4uil»4. A 
rli.raiing Urtna*a«ott n a 13 a. vita vida I 
•irda** tnr Iba «.irr rwu A arn.c ' 



"BUYING?" A. A. UKttFN KCALI Y 

HIGH PRICES "» ooRixift BrRKrr 

•‘ gida af Coach Ltnaa - ggil) 

Vac. pttcaa ara hi|h-p«ftf *aa It af mora 
tBpnrianra UiAn today ta obtain laund 

adrtra aad taparianea ta tha Mkcilab af ' JAMES RAY 

yaur tuiura bama— I jnoncjO^T ^ 

AT CPAQPD RIQf^OP'C , Plra-roam tiuar* buagalo* Oatanam and 
r>l ri\y^jCt\ O turna<a Ciaaad aialraa.* la l«a ftnitbad 

■ reoBf up Tarmi Juat *hat you bar# 

"OUR OBJECTIVE $6500 

I Call U. Waraaa. fiat. B 3bM 

YOUR SATISFACTION" _| HIGH QUADRA-COOK ST. 

And our butinfaa ta tba aaia of homaa. | AREA 

rauntry proparty and r*ranua-0«aGnt raal 

N.B.A. i^rn.‘Ud*“i«&«t{Sia'" I ^ ROOMS— DE LUXE 



$14,750 



CAD80R0 BAY 
Toxes $37 



f*V’;|vrrr m-y Offbadruom l.ama m 

II Vl IJ f . fllMlbt# I Alt ^Rfh fiRR CMlaO-lifttie lmL>RRi#e Fi#ri 

rm. *ai|.r.gr laprairy M.atrf Uatrf. I i ,a» ,m /4m 

drr-.rat."n. ailh arrrrtblMg .f iha rary . ^ <7500 

baai Pull lii>ad batmirr.t •IU» (arga 9/ 

dvubia room bulll*ln bad. and drataar '■ ^(>* Zrantngt O bedl 

ann aitarbad «no«*r and tailai Puliy 

braird »'ib OU*0*Maiic unit and hat- i ICTlKlt^C SYAMTCn 

• airr raaiaiinn itt abaka eonauuf.Un LliMNljJ 'VAN I tU 

ataxding hidb. nvrrinakinf tha Oorga 
vatrra. ng a tot IM I tW. •lib Iruil 

tarn, au Tbla to aery atuarUva. aud lUI 8LAN1UIARO BT PHO.NB I Oil 
a in« plica tur a na* bama #oe/\/N _ _ 

Prlea 5o5UU (Ataptoar Baal Caiata Board af Vlriortoi 

Tbr'a la aanihrr wndar rnntlrurilap at 

d'liaianl draian an Iht nail tot — 

Mr. Cry*T. OUll i 

___ _ ^ _ SPECIAL - EXCLUSIVE | 

OAK BAY 

must sell Uba«a •aiarfinnt laraimn. piarrrtout l 

.44-ww aiirariiaa aiurra Oupkt af i 

Owner Leaving Conodo Has i 

Priced »or Immediate Sole 

$3700 bairenant. OU-O-Maue boi-aaiar huaui.g, 

taparau garaga. Ona auUa reatad at fpa 
czcLUHivs t-ipriMG P*r BootR Vacant poaaaatiaa af ainrr 



LISTINGS WANTED 



FAIRFIELD— CLOSE IN 



Wrll-krnt b»ina *ltb it.rr« 
badrCMima anil dan Llting- 
‘faim oilb tlrrrlara and di.t> 
i'i(*ronm Modam baihrmHu 
j ai'd k'lrhn. ee*'ie.i| 

' bawmrf'f *nh lataga Nira 
aardan and to* 

1 larrt 



giluatad an a lilgb l«i In a toraly aamsg 
WHY NOT ** ttaai Ihit ne* ««urr« bsngala* ' 

Yvnf INWI KaJ a WijNDCKPL'L VIEW U Ite mauB- 1 

LIVE ON A LAKE" I lain* and iurrvufidmg duinrt on a 
L.IVC WIN UAPtC M.rei of Nrw BOmIb miraara and 

(AND LIKE Ibroufh hail pun. larga llftog-rwMU. fira- 

tPAiNW uilve. II/. 1 pj*f, fuH-aua mniivg.room, lan badroomt 

At Langfaid—a aDug turntabad bungaww tour-piace Pambrota bathroom OAK 
I at Rra rooma *i(b a«n aiiranira larrarad . PI^OORg TBKOUnHOUT 8TRKAMUNFO 



■j 5ACR1FICE1 

LANSDOWNE 

CLOKI TO OAK BAY. ULTRA-MODCRN 
. MVK*ROOM BUNGALOW. KMART Altcm* , 
: TECTt.’RB and a nita tlaar plan. Straiira* 
na* eoDdlUon. Tnrosgb ball. gD04*aia* I 
Uring*raoa. firtpiaca and mantal. nka i 
dining-rooin: aak ftoor* ara liaa na«l A I 
. draan at klUbaa. tlna cabtoaia. alaclru , 
ranga. Inlaid Unoa Tvo oka badrooma I 
RUMPUS ROOM AND PIRKPLACB Pali 
ccmani. high, dayllgbl baaamrnt ana 
garaga. A tint buUdtr'a camaot «ala. 
urabd gmrdan trant aoi bark Duioid 
laat. You caonoi build li tar tba prtca. 
Tbla U a raal bargalo Tha o*n«r *aota 
a gukk aak. aa ba u forcad la rtturn 
ta a turlint araa BpaUam* Ona 
yaar aid Hall raab “niU ta auiatapding i 
talua and tba •*nar to epai* to • <toM I 

$11,000, 



SIX ROOMS 



priraia vaiarfrant Tba tlAtt and barb«* 



rirrd ter aim trie rariga 



d7eCA 1 •tiuty raum ana oainroam. * j-ycn ' cvn.rrurinm ura nr tnr nnaat ubiato* 
J/O^U Muai ba anld Prica 54/DU Law Ura* Seata larma Truly a 

bona ta ba proud at at KOCAA 

YNE LTD. "CATHEDRAL AREA ■’'';VAo.,v. 

DUPLEX" Call M. Wora*a. I«et B >0M 

Imunt tK (Own Suite Plus $42.50 Mon.) CLOSE TO JUBILEE HOSPITAL 

rd af Victoria Tba working coupla ar amatl family «ba ^ ... 

aaarwciato raarciaa will lava rnntidcrabla burgaia* at aldrr trpa. but fa 

an but tarn by walking to work tram IM» i®**®®'* fondiilon. radreoraiad totida. 

■ coflranitnlly-laratrd duplaa an o auirt •Kb turnara anly iwa yaart old 

bouiarardad Pairflald alraat. Dawniiair* •" tinrac an<t rrrnthtr.g. BrcMta* 

for awnar mm> tirpti. tbrra It a lirlng- Ur."* *?**.t* **** • nrenmlty. 

A|yir> room aith flfcpiaea. gaod-eUad front Nrd- Inrlird 

iM yV roam, kliebcn. bathroom, and a aaiail ream Coil Mr. Omn. gtrninga Bglil 

<for a.eblld> Upataira iho aamr arrammo* 

NCT LTD datlan wtih n*n bathr«>nm Thu tuna cun- i * .err n a w 

..I o.i.iA. tarraurrly rented at M3M rpoaMuton if JAMtS BAY 

eal Kilatol ■•ermaaryt. An alder typo pn»pert» to good « . 4 

«lih aU tiif |fi F4»n* 

reatanabla taaea * a»*^#n ' A'Uub Mving-mnm. KH7b»x n.inmnn 



rue elertrtrally iightod. Low latrt Hnuta bammet)!. futnate. drite.io garage gtrtk- 
ramprUet llvtog-room. btirben. a bwdreomt. tog appearanre and lnr.iia«i Maiertato 



utlUtr ra«» and baibroaa 
Muai be anld Price 



HAGAR&SWAYNELTD. 



|VIYW AT BROAD 0 4131*1*1 

Itenlntt- O M43 Belmont 40Q 
Member Krai Kitaie Board af Victoria 



THE B.C LAND 

A (nviSTMBNT AGtNCT LTD 
lOur llib Veer to Real Kttaiai 



must SELL Uba«e waierfiant laraimn. aureeiewa l * tnvBSTMBNT AotNcT LTD 

PV 1 r- J i-j *”*!*^V** ^**'l*. ' lOur llib Veir to Real Zilaiei 

Owner Leaving Conodo Has i 

Priced tor Immediate Sole vAy„ , nvA/c 

$3700 baienent. OU-O-Maue boi-aaier hoaiii.g. WILLOWS 

teparau fatage. Ona auUe reatM at faa 

CZCLUSIVS LiariNO ®*r aiaotii Vacant poatattiaa af aiber tar from e*a. a very wed eanttrurted 

The grmioaa are la kecpit>g with thu out* name «t g ftua roami. ibe beat at oak 
Cnminriattu bungalnw eantaiainff lietog* atandiog haato and reraoue praaeny A itourt. Hxi-water Oli*0-Malie furnace Hat 



rnminnanu mnrainw eaBMibing iietog* ' atandiog hdcao and reraDut praaeny A 
ei*r»n wiib aiun firepiare and No 1 oak i muet eell # i n m/hit 

ftontt. bearnoca, dintog-raaia iwbkbi.t 5la.DUL) 

rrnild bo UMg at tenand bedraoai<; kltcben. * 

Ibree piete b.lliream. unall mam wuh , 

■ink 'Ideal tor kitcheneUe>. through ball* THE GORGE— S2000 CASH 

New paient ahtogle root RecenUy i 

derorated arid ia tplendid eandltlan. Mice gerea roacaa -faur mnma dowa And 3* 
garden tot well nUnied. ftowere and fruit raam tulU up Full baaemetu arS hei- 
toeet Twee ltd. giuiatod aa gukl aireet .u beaUng. A eery toeely garden and 



E ftoart. two Is m . < 447f;D 

ctvrn, ceawmi ^|. , r\\j.,r 1*^’ 547DvJ 

aier hoaiii.g. WILLOWS , 

•T7t Vinr fo’ t.r from e-a. a yer, -e.I «...,ructed < "A MILLIONAIRE CAN'T" 
*'praHny*''A I<m*rt. HM-w^tter 0)i*OYMalie ^nace Hat I (BUY ANY BETTER) 

, bedrmnai Idnai nrr a family Large mi ihmueh ih. nennerm ^a... i. <aa. 



aawn. tua bedf.tMn. .ip b-xeit um l4>« 
la«e» Aton.i ti *»0 re*»l. aeiai-e at tip 

tVLLPfntW $2950 

Call a Lanratter. Z>ea. Z0M4 

SOMETHING SPECIAL 



BZAUTIPVLLT APPOINTKD < 

WZLL PINIBNCU. PIftgT*CLAgg WORK- I 
UANbHlPi PULLT INAULATSD CON* 
gTRUCTION. WR BPZC'IAUZZ IN BZT* I 
TKR-CLAM HOMBS AND RSCOMUZND , 
THU TO ANYONZI 

8ti apaeiaua raoraa and a Urge uUUly 
ronia. a amart low*plUh*d root. Au 
•aira*largc atiarhed gad-age, altrartive ei* 
tertor af brkk and auicra. aety luo front : 
aiepa and tbey have thrae-foot treada. 
An earelteai floor plan, a Utraugb hall, 
a aparioua llelnf-room with grand fire* 
place and wneden raanteL VSt dtolng- 
rodffl to a genemua aiae The amariatt 
kllrben you have aeen. fully enameled, drep 
ceilingi. lovely rablnel work, ilia aieh. 
etiark bar and brwakfatt apace wirud for 
etortrk range, adjoining pllllty Three 
grand bedrowiaa. tba maater bedraooi ia 
extra large. fmir*ptore Pembruke baibroam, 
flneei yiiiuret. chroma leg baain One 
of tba ftoect baaementi ywu haie aeen. 
aeeen*foAi eeiltog eim-irk hot water ZX- 
PXNgfVZ OIL*0*MATtC AfR-CONm* 
TIONZD HKATTNO, etpenalea Inlaid line* 
leuni. 9300 aimil in bllndt oak fliMrc 
IP VfJO WANT A RrrTKR*CLARR HOMA 
WK WILL APPRZCTATR YOUR tNTZRgNT 
Qetieroua lermt. ar a rlear tUk Prtini , 
garden landscaped Vimi cmild not builA I 
tbla home for iba aaked prbe. A fair I 
;.fe^can.ldered $U.900 



OAK BAY BUNGALOW 

Hat juat anatber •>ro«« buDgalo* Tbla 
t3*year*aM aiucea bane bat dtoUnrtive 
ftalurea which 1 am oure *Ul appeal la 
the dtorrlmtoaUai buyer AtuacUre porui 
Itada la a *eU*arraogtd tbreugb hail The 
large llelng*reom bat a vary nice Areplate 
French daura ta dlnlng*raa« large ennugn 
I lo mreammodaU an eigbt-plar« auiie. Tbaae 
I rooma have top grade goidta oaX Iloort 
I Cabinet ktubea Two bedreoma. wuh 
' planty of clewet spare Pembroke bath Full 
evnerwu batement Hat-eir heat. Drive-in 
garage gliuated an a very nice tot tn a 
ebalce locatloa. Tba full prka 

Cpoiact C. C. MeConneU. Zvei , ZlSdl 

REDUCED $1050 
3-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 

tat me ibow you this nutxUndlng value 
to Iba High Tativnal atve This dittinc- 
Uve ruaidcnce has a very Urge Door area 
with Uabaped Ibrough hall, huge living- 
roam and dlnlng*room. modern caainet 
kitchen. Pembroke batbraom and three 
eparloua btdrooma ALL ON ONE Pt-OOH 
: Concealed xtalrsaT lewda to unBnubed 
aiue that olfera more bedroom epate. il 
dcalred. The pan cemetit baarcDent baa 
hat-air beatinc garaft and aaira plumb* 
Lng ThU borne need* a IttUa doing, but 
la a truly ouuunding eatoe KQO>nD 

at tba redueod prtoa •! 90 7 ■>J\J 

Conuct L. K. Kirk. ZvenIngt- B *TU 

I WALKING DISTANCE 

I FROM TOWN 

g rnoBia all large. 4 bedrooaat. balbfoam. 
part baeemtnl. New raal. lota at garden 
apace, fruit ireea. tow uxaa. C10AA 
For gukk sale 907\J\J 

Caatact gtaa Mylaad. >rea.. Colguna 3iH 

FAIRFIELD— $3600 

Clam la St- Joseph a MnaplUL g*raom laiw 
liy ar revenue bnenr Plan la through baU. 
living-roam with greplarv. Prenrb donra 
leaduig to dining-room, klirhvn uiib P*®- 
trr glairway uuaialra leads from front 
hail la three bedromxu and 3-pJrre bath 
gmall tot. tow Uiei. 

Pull price, lermx ileaa for caahi ^OOvw 
Ptoaea CunUcl Mr. Latta. Bvenlnga. Z 9334 



I Tt aorsEs rot kali 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED • 

Real Values Since 1887 

NEAR A QlilET COVE 
WITH SEA VIEW- 
I IT'S NEW . NEW - NEW 

Here le eametbing itnuaual Vco aiirat* 
Ova OIL-O-UAT10 air-carvditlaned buoga* 
law wUb torely »ea view* Ten aunutoa 
to ally tbix cbarffling hooH aim bar a 
nica suite i.i •;» i, with , 

rr-TT to n?*T.r*if -|' , -."jijt 

itatrt and game* rod« Thix by the ma 
' bbg park« to bvaut>iul Ztouiina:i You 
uUl to*e Ihto plate and u caa prvc/brv 
be deltoered en lernx for 59DUU 
Try and Build II Today foe ll.edo Uafe* 
Nm Appaiblmeru te Vie* pirate pnoi'a 
Vanre Hepe, Ire* Z «3M 

LISTINGS WANTED' 
LISTINGS WANTED' 
LISTINGS WANTED! 
OAK BAY — UPLANDS 

Call Mrs. V MrLean. Zvre O tMI 

$1500 DOWN 
OAKLANDS-CITY 

« mil S alon I roomta r.rM»a 

to gu^ randiuor. Revenue If deiired. 

, Main floor large lieing*roem and diiu<,a* 

! rMm. I bedroam 3 piece baihteam kiV 
; eben. fine oak nonra Upttaira. ( laraa 
I >-»*•<• baibroam. U,| batemeni. 

nw tieaiing geparaia gaix|e >..^4 
, graundr Low laxra 

lAIKINOPRirZ $7800 

I Call A Lawman, f rae . AiMaa |]Y 

' FAIRFIELD— FURNISHED 
8 ROOMS— REVENUE 
$6500 OR OFFER 

^r rnamt down and t up uilh 3 lur a 
I natb. Clot* ta acboaU and afiopiting fm. 

Ire Pull batemeni.* Kewit dr uraietl in 
. *idr and atil New Dutaid rnnr Sijxa 
reitflue AH furtillure it,. lUdrg «i.# 

I range, electric watblng marhi»r Ovnrr 
muti aell Open to alftri an 

ABXISO PRICZ of $6500 

I Call R V CaaeUao. tvea. Zl4«t 

: DUPLEX 

'8% FREE OF TAX 

' A 3*y«ar*ald very atuaHUeie ia>d nut 
I modern iturra duplex Matter wjiu 11 
ba* earb aide large Utlug^ruaiH y ura 
bedrwam*. grand kiicben Pull |u|it bat*- 
meot. OIL-O-MATir lurnt'e a»4 Ic.eiy 
garden ctaae 10 cu» Rmi or one '.ua 
alone pare all 0Terbcad. tax light hra> 

• ater. etr , and leate* a nice aa)t*>re 
Total return about ■ , free # ^ ^ 
aa tax an prite of 5 I 7, DUO 

Call W. Balky. Biei Btail 

.FINEST SEA VIEWS 
LOVELY 7-ROOM HOME 
HIGH ON A HILLTOP 

ftffered ai a drait)>* reduruon In pore 
IJeln^raam Itxll dinlng-mom iixia 4 
laren bedroomi. near iraiirpaMaiton. a few 
milea put juai off main htghaae ta a'tport 
1 • wriT liame wiih acre a'-n ona 

half g*e thu wnnderful piaperiv aeon 
j CaU Ken Uxa ar J U Cheemao. aihtoa 
3C3X ar Z td3J 



derorated and to aplendid eandltlan. Nice gevea ronau--faur rnnma down And 9* 
garden tot well nUnied. flawere and fruit raam tulto up Full basement art het- 

hcaung. A very lovely garden and 
IB Vtclarta Wen tree* Chicken hauM. You abauM 

sea this InctpenilTa bom 

nuAnpA.rnni^ ru^xpirr « $4o00 



l?i*T« There la about 3»g- Nfu bungalow. Lleing-ronoi 11x14 wpwn 

taimfui ir hou!* S' bvach A well-bulll iis-raam IireplAv* dlnlnd-rocicn and haH hate oak 

to? Sitdir an » P«ii ^ , • yara ftoora. three tidr-.m* faur-plerr bk^! 

tTrlr 511.500 luh Large tivlng.raam ream and mngfrn kitchen. Bwmeni^ , 

aa terms 9 I i with grcplare OtaMed-ln sanroom Doex large rumpus room with apen firepiare ! 

H*** ***.®.^ rw gb®«I Ta tee U ta ‘ fhree-piece balbroum and analher roam I 
OV TLJC CC A - *** " C 1 n CArt 1 •-•'tbgfl' l«bt and bat atr furaare Stand- 1 

OT Inc DtA Ai anly 5IU>DUU «« Urge tot. 104x13#. Taaee gal I 

, Tble u aa ouletanding buy. rn^cpvl 



QUADRA-COOK DISTRICT 
7-ROOM SEMI-BUNGALOW 

KKCLUBIVl L3KT1NO 



LANGFORD LAKE 
WATERFRONT 



# 1 rt crvrt *(U handle. Kx- 

5IU.DUU cepitonally attractlee and ' 7^® ^ twelea rnume 



• ell-bulli aiurca bungalow cantalning | 3 ^ oomi and a bath each aide, 

large living-rawai, dining-room and tbraugn Ltetng-raam. bed'oam and kitchen Atl 
ball all WUb «a*rui oak Itoare. 3 good* ®*' maatb. A very nlre 



Tudar type etutra raaldenee with nka 

large roame A bataa uttb atmaephere. CALL ay 

Lane llvlni-raaiil. auoream. dlotog-raea. 

, kitenrn and nuox Beautiful pardwel oak _ _ 

n»«ri. 1 Alee bedniocni sod bath upata>ri PpACCD RlC^/^CfC 

Hat-watar OU*0*Matie. CiCTCA rrv/^JCrv DIDWVJC D 

. 5 ID. /DU dbg CODRTNBY BTRZrr 

Plea** Aik far Mr C K V Bagabawe o- 



tnw iM oa autnanauig puy. 

PuU price $9750 

Call A Lasruatrr. Beee .KOIts 



. I.-UURTNXT gTRZKT K»4I3 , 

Or yuu caa phone far eppatntmtnt $6950 

Mr Brewto. Vmy |lt Pranela. BS31I ''UK BST— g-raoca bungalow. 3 bedrooou. 

full remenl basement, hav-alr furnace. 

$6950 

PAIRPtZLD— 1 raaate 3 atoriea. 3 bed* 
... raame. fuU cement baeemeni, bot-air fur* 

rate. Duraid rao#* c./neA 

DONr A«;TFR.rFnAD uni Term Price 56yDU 



atied bedroom*, delightful ktuWea *w|ih Pfnpvrte 

C rneraue-atM breabfoH neok. 4-pieee | revenue 
aihrwam, an ground flwor Upsiatru , 



prapertf with food 



$9000 



NEW— UPLANDS 
THREE BEDROOMS 



wainrwm. an ground (iwor upsiatra , Zveninei 

lA. 1 fireplace, dintog-ruam. 

lumailr tfi^e gardes Tax‘$e MS. Tbla U A HUMBER LTD bJ«?*m“‘ ir*a"ir ‘‘ wwkd" de?** 

deliffhiful boma i* to perteri eandltiaa ritJiVtDCfN, 1. I LJ. .. **■• .ore’ WembruX. belh W..t 



deliffhiful boma i* to perteri eandltiaa ' '• r'Uivt 

Stolu*?.tol ^“.mrltnr 



r LTD. I b»«i3>m** ir*iTil**'paM>d den^3*Bther| DONCASTER-CEDAR HILL I 50YDU 

I arr* Ifrrvthlnf la of* the belt kualliy O^d MountOlflS, 3 LotS, FfUit ! V*rmx" Prt™*' 56950 



NEAR VIC* HIGH 



$2000 



CAffH Will baadio thta ait. 



Ideailr laM wut ter renting a couple af 
reame If deitred Cemcat baaement, bat- 
air furnace, eenaraie garage. Small tok 
Txeet M4 Immedlata poa. #x/V\A 



PANORAMIC VIEWS 
OAK BAY 



— and wvrxmanth.e Call ui far an ap* ^ > n . 

Mto-mrni it euu 500 * wfden, Rockenes, 

pirate Atk tor Mr W. o. Cxmerog 1 ShrubS 



Txxe* y*4 immeaiaia poa. #a/v\a ' reMdenru ef I rooms wt'h IA ure - 

eeeitoa Pun pore only 50UUU , lendxcaaed gardens Otl • 1 n toCA i 

beating gportou* ruame 5lc}>fDU 



Zeeningi B >l» 

PARKLAND 

PARADISE 



ALEX. G. HILL & CO 

SM TIXW gTRZKT (lUom 4141 O SI 



MUST BE SOLD 
UPLANDS 



I A ttnigua pletureeguc tocatioo quiet and DADAPMCC 

FAMil Y MOAAP !.**'?*!? ®***- l*®®*. shrub*, bedga*. rA^/NUI5t 

I rA/V\ILT riUMt RockeGta pereaatala. bulba, etg. large — 

€ 1 CAA r\^\Aik.i nf4«D. fruit n*t-r90ti itiiMo 

i $1500 DOWN Small peultry heued. eeparato garage and !?**..**®L. il*4ng-raam with Iirvplare. 

, , ... .... wuraahap tfhlte eedar rtdina* hardwoad floor* three graad bedroome. 

jlmated to Ibe Oargu are* aa | nke tots with #amp*Muoa rwuf wide eJratSa 11.* »alMo-wall earpett, tare# eabtoet kit* 
I Knuaaie baU. Urgs ueing-roam wiib Ik*. )og*r wJ y 'kjty*n ®to*kfb*« ®ar and pwrmiaaed 

I pure, dtotoc-room wtib beamed ceiling*. * »'®g dinetU. tolaid linoleum, four-atoee Prm* 

rwomy kJlchea. 1 bedroom down sag 3 KlA drum »*«»• ®a»®to«B. auiomsoe otl bot air 



Rithet Consolidofed, Ltd. 

Member Real Biute Board of Vltlarla 
IM PORT STRtZT PMOHX B*3<l 
ieenlrig*. 

Mr ttoVUL OMdd. Mr Reppell. Bing 
Mr. Belcher. O 3M4 



"ARDMORE" 
WATERFRONT 
SUMMER COTTAGE OF 
FOUR ROOMS 

PuSy furnlahad. tdetog-raam with gre- 
plaee, eseoUeai kiubeet, 3 bedruona. mod- 
ern plumblag, eleetGe Ugbi. good water, 
boitbansa etoetrleany Mutopod MUST BB 
BOLD. TZXMB TO SATI8PY PURCRASBX 
"ACT NOW 

gee P A Pltaaimmana 



Empire Reolty Compony 
Limited 

T47 TATBS ST §1441 



$1600 ^ _ Member Reel t«iiie Board of VtetuMa 

WIQ bandit newly eonatructed l.roem 

imne laierlor unftnlabed, Nice dUiricl. OOVfXNMtNT ST. PHONB 0 3134 

near teboola and but I 

Please cuouet J. D, Smith. Z?H . ZSdM 

1334 OOVBKNMKNT gTRBBT O 3M4 

(Member Iteal Battle Board af Vki»Ga> $1250 DOWN 

Cloie In -Quodro — 5 Roonn 

**•"**• loreiton, n»a m(i>u>»e 

^ *..f- * 1 -r-\jtr t« iDe fentir h>u»ntkt •< 

CAPITAL C ITY REALTY S !*'*'"• 4'‘ek* ectenoe tbreugh he-t pisa 

V../Ari I/-IL.V.I I I rM.CM- ^ targe rentn* thr...nhuui lh.ee bedroani*. 

. . A 1-« I fc. r- po»*e*ilo> Re lane* at |W p»r in.ni A 

CHOICE OFFERINGS 

NEAR CLOVELLY TERRACE 
SOLID BRICK Oufsionding Seven Rooms 



' SOLID BRICK 

I APARTMENT BLOCK 

Four Self-Contoined Suites 

; Ttnanti pay averylhlng but taxes and 
water. Walking dlalance fram City Centre 
' Hoi a cativerxian. Jnai a really good in- 
I vuitmeni, IncMse. partly under conUel. 
! lust aeer 14% aai. Terma arranged. PuU 

. $16,000 

[ Keo WaJtera. O 44IT. Bvctrlngt 



OAK BAY 

Deilghtfully-Planaed 3*ruom. i^ar glu«- 
e« oungalow an Hampebire Itoad Piul u 
basement, aaiamatlc air eandlUonad oU 
heaung, beauUtuUy landacapad. ebaice ® 
tocauan gouib of Aeenaa a Bne Intuiatad ^ 
oamtortabla hone priead away below ^ 
preaont eoau of canaUactlon lu many 
eatra teaiurm incloda bruakfast room. ” 
loilet In basement, rose celll&gA water 

$11,750 

Chat Kirke. Cal I14Z f 

SAVE MONEY 5 

Earn Some More fi 

In 

Buy this Bne reeeniM name to Jamc* Bey, w 



^AflAO * •meriivi non.* (h«( 

ADOvU he* been aell bepi up be 
prcMhi owner pytkate enirin.e ter np- 
■tair* If uoed bv gue*U tleaulUMl helng* 
room with gteuitt firepiare, eeparwie dm- 
tog-nmm dpn ar irXTRA bedre«m aiih 
French doer*, toveiy tl'rl.en Hull beie- 
ment. furnere g*r**e end privai* groundp 
With eulllveted garden *i>d teveral bear- 
ing trull iree« owner will cni.aidtr lerme 

ESQUIMALT 

Three Bedrooms — Bosemcnf 

m gpell*** coaditton. well *ilu> 

9**/^\J pled tor shopping B«* half 
black and walking dlitanr* to achoel* 
Leff* Iteing-ipnm. dining-rawm bv using 
extra bedroem. compuci kitchen and both. 
Pull batement. good garden «pare TtHMS 
may be arranged. 

$2450 DOWN— OAK BAY 
Five Rooms — Stucco— r 1 0 Yrs. 

*4‘ua in thi* Rne 



ilDI Abjnc ajirnvn. » oearuam sawn and I with, drum lure**« m* »rnen aotnraom. auiomauc Otl bot air 

UKLANUb bedroom* up Full both ppeutr*. 3-piem ii w«,,2rr.d^S?^ad iJ '®'®‘*‘®'» Atiaehed garage Ample 

_ ^ ^ bath on mato ftoor and ettra tatlat tn L Al 'JL!®**.®*!!..*®?*'* 3«rtU-ln feaiurea Beodia lAreo park* 

NtW 4-reem bunga)« with unturnUhed ' bwemiat AUarhed garage. gee gw £25 Sf J®*' -“*• U®®* # 1 A Crtrt 



rumpue room and extra bedroom to bam* > meatb atua l-a iniernt - „ _ 2. *» J®**: ®*mo ta a e 

rifu I 56500 ;r •• ”‘"- 

quadra AREA 



FAIRFIELD DUPLEX — QUADRA AREA 

$1500 DOWN REVENUE PROPERTIES ^ new e-roon kuagulow |p« rompleted 

* roem# up and 3-pleeo balhrwom • ranmi ' flea soarlfMikA three eeu plumbing, hrv^f»w*^«i^, *e*gl<m* 

4own and 3-piece both. Pull betemwM. I Neeenu# sldg menth #XCr\rb i bamment geparato darage 

new BA. PlMd furnate. Beaarate garaW Price « nfr«e*e 5^/1111 



J'r **■(«<( ftn T«ma 

X) :ss’.r , $6800 

M. A Campbell ZtMl Kl 



$10r500 "HOMES OUR SPECIALTY' 



new N A. pipvd furnate. Separate garaM _ 

•nd two iou. Tbl* property le ailuaied In ~ 

beei loealion tn Pakflcld. all la exrellent AITV m IDI CY rieaee n*s ler 

ppndlilofl. Total revrnua 114# per monui. • J L/wrut^ 

invatuneui mporyv g tetf-eontotoed tuiiep of 3 and 4 room* I OOVZRHMKNT ST 
tor the run price or 97A,\/\J ,, 

Aab for M Motey Duy O nil. bight It 433# House to eteelleni oopdHton. m 

Vacant ptaeaetoo for owner D4/DU I 



$6500 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 

KCWSTKAD BLOO* 734 PORT BT. ■ 7134 
Kvenlnge B 1741 B IMI 



CITY DUPLEX 



bamment Beparato garage mrtor^/^' 

Offered et $5700 

Please Atk ter Mr Ketoe 



OAK BAY WATERFRONT 

^tely Mu-roem^bungalew Older type MEHAREY & CO., LTD. 

Iteme. but In excellent ctele el repair. ' 

We have ptrmiMion te >etl thli at tbs 111 VIZW STRSZT PBONB t liri 

ridkolouely tow prke of. #OAf\A 

tor a ahori time enit iOUuD 



We have ptrmiMion te >etl thli at tbs in VIZW g' IRZZr 
ridkolouely tow prke of. #OAAA 
tor a ahori time enit iOUuD 

Oao’t mie* 111 

Aak far Mr oieid. Bveaingt O 3III 

REDUCED SEAFRONT 

FAIRFIELD— VALUE $8500 

NOW ONLY $7700 rmXer^ txlendmi 

■w* kcw hlBtont eipwi el *ei 

IH Vetri eld: white noeea bungtlew beauUfuUy-RnUbed 



EXCELLENT HOME 
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 



LOVELY 

SEAFRONT BUNGALOW 



COSY BUNGALOW Kvenlnge B IT41 B MSI 

LARGE LOT 

High Location Witfi Views 
Lovely Condition 

OoM ditot Miy dfaUkl. «n a high rttc BLOCK ON COOK 

i?ir,:^r':^ *^'ve stores 

.garden, fruit trevx. ameO TFKl SUITES 

PouTiry heum. let abaul 33T deep The ' JUi i CJ 

ALWAYS LONG WAITING 

bMraam*. eaktoet klUbm. 3-ptecv both* I ICT 

room. oUllty roem. full renent botement Lljl 

with furnace, drlve-ln neap, fruit room. 

Imwne. raaee . etc . An ideal borne ta every ApproxJmatt grow reveaue II 4M. witb a 
ruapert PKICZO AT dcpriA bet of ever lib 



Immaculau Bve-rewm etucew baagelww r uopert PRICZX) AT bet of over lib 

effared at a very low price an lodoy * mar- ONLY 53311(1 

let life Ipeely larga raoaa with brtoht • • «_ COMPUTTZ OKTAIUI ON APPUCATIOK 

Uving-rm.ta and large dlolag-ruom Twu " " “J41* ! . __ w.tt 

apecuMM liedroonu wiib Urge cMweta. torp , ?oiwef^5jr tiiK 

swinerton & CO. LTD. | 



I Right on the erufronl with prdcu and •A""**.. A*®”*® fnUl ’ IZlL ' 

rockerlet tiicodlni to the waier Mtg- buu.ated and eaey to beat. #34 BKOPOTOR STRirr 

nlBcent elewt el sea aad meunlalM Plva J®** •Pacieoa borne u offered K^OCA w.i i*** 

I beauUfully-RnUbed rwomt wiih two extra f>»r nnly )/ODU *** '*** 



t eelT tarve lielBe*roem and xiiah^n i ' to batement most up-lA daie auiomatlc 

$ u,7oo ' “.rt; 



garap Fun prke. KVTAA 

wltb lermt . $7/UU 

A*k fer M Marty. Dty oil) I. 0 7431 

SUPER REALTY LTD. 



WHY BUILD? 

ggg TWCHZ BOORDLV CONSTROCTkO 

MODERN HOMES AT 
BELOW COST 



and valaed at appruxunauty . $5500 LLOYD'S REAL ESTATE 
N. H. CAUFIELD F>.«.ciiMr ormu. «*.... 4 .m and INSURAKjrP 

344 FtMRRRTON BLDO. FRONK # MJ3 * “'“""TTOL ^ BUR* HNOUtVMNL^C 

lUAUiW rMmprUug four loeuly reocM. tgag ■r*igm*Kn me 

teveiep Mr. OeodmlL O I3dl Nn* uving-ioeia with lireplae* Uveiy imw ■uajc w arp bt. 

rabinet kitchen, two good Bad m eaxi with FBORZB 0 3111— B3lU 

lorp cletbet rieeet* Pembroke bntbreem. 

■ ■ Aiiached (*rK* Itow latea. gl.M# to 

13 4M down peyamt. rUU. KCOCA ♦70CA~*^rp well eonatructed *b- 

IAaaCC DAY $5850 I $3950 gniabed borne mmmgulj .Tl 

DAT kedroome. Inrp weU*amapd Uvteg-ream 



teveiep Mr. OeodaelL O I3dl 



JAMES BAY 

A SOLID, COSY COTTAGE 



mrw AND MonCKN wiiitb bongalow. 
t IM M I( ftoer epmu Ihill came,it 
b'aeement and H*arre ftnd. Cao be pr- 
gba«ed on very fafy torma m t a CAA 
gyuCB tor near effer> « I i 



• rwema. fail c*m*at a***mer.i lumare I *® ^ ^r wdato Aw ^®a fw the 
Hire lei low i*c Suu RehMiuaP ‘Ivrxaaj®^”' baiemenl N>®>y batoted ex- 

, errnnd^t Neoa*..rd *f.»ide and g. * * C A •®"® reqwired eo tba 

! $5750 

Mr Miller K*ee . B Ult 



eeoroomt. inrp weU*amapd Uvteg-ream 
$ I OOU g.i rwooM rented, and brtogtnt *•*•*«» »Hb drtee-to prap; I Mu 



$5750 ! 



ALBERT BURDON 



PMONI a 3333 



FRANK S. GREEN LTD. 



•GFKBIOR MOMt OF 1 BBDROOMA. iWO *** Cemmercr Thtmucre ni PU*tr Mhktr 



BATWROOkP O4l*^a*oue bMt. 3W Aciea. COiiL QOTBUlkUDrT AND roUT STB 
givinc eeclutlen. One of Victoria'* top * 

firCT*"““ $ 1 7,500 



4J W GH B tO CA TT OW TW aVRWSWOCD 
with tea vie* and landtcaped gMondt and 
wowdMnde M I 73 acre*. Splendidly 



OAK BAY 



WORTH WAITING FOR 
SMART BUNGALOW 



tKKOO“***'®®** **•••• •"* Mto •* 

99iJ\J\J geod gott. RMe prda* and 
tome fruit trees. 

t7CAA— *^7p tamily heme eiUb ball 
9/^\AJ acre of Mnd. 4 bodroema. 
dMbte piomblng and full baetment. Tbla 
It warm yew fexpetuab. 

fJOnA”*'®®** *tomo with good bate* ' 
99A.K^ me«i u Vkleria Weet lUme 
torwa. TBy It a eery goM buy at the pelee. 

tdQICA * tBwDT- home H» Pukr- 
Bold wtik peed garden Bate- 
•ton* a*d f uw toa e Law lara rw tbU dto- 



FULL PRICE $42,000 

C O Haleb. Pcalbp O 4414 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

434 CXMUdOllART ST ' O 1333 

Yktona. a c. 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
1021 TILLICUM ROAD 
SUNDAY, JUNE 25 
2 Till 4 30 P.M. 

AND EVERY EVENING 
7 Till 9PM 

tl a New. It • tHffereei 
tt e Rxiraerdlnarv 
A Kaneb myle Duelex Bimgalew 
Air Cendilwoed 
Watl-to-WaU Carpel 
A Ifocw Teu d Be Pr<>ua to Owa 
Otte Blork Prom 0«U Cmtraa 
gev tl New 

CouM Mel ft* Duplkaied al Pnto 
at 414 Me 

Part Cash - Balanre Buy Terms 

BUILT BY CATON BROS. 

BulMera of Belter Bttit Maxpee 



I Hew aad modern ituoae Paplew. a beooty 
with uiUlty rwem aad altaabed mr^CA 

> garap an for 

Ibow Sowb pyrneai.i 

' ** Pivo-rooB stucco buaplew. 

fuU baawmont furaaea, gnee- 
ta prap Terma 

Just a toady heaae for two. I aieo. cleoa 
roama aad bathroom, la good a*) AAA 
leeatioa. Price en ter mo 

Hone aad rvrmue. uptalra rweeaue 1137 

K r moatb. 4 nice rooma aad prtvau baia 
r owaer Pull baaemoal. futnaae. waah- 
, rwm wtib lubt. toilet and lliower. Mr. 
Buyer, yp wUl Sad thli om bard to beat 
I for a hooi*. rpenua aad Meo- m o CAA 

tlob Prtee itormai >03UU 

(All funilluro la rented euUea laclnded I 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 

1311 BtANSHAKO ST. PRORB O M33 



REVENUE POSSIBILITIES 



a 1 CAA (town. Lovely 3-raom fioaae 
# I 0\JU nmr Ceniral Park. Firepiare. 

full batement, prap, pad 
garden Newly deewraied Bal- 
ance H.3M al 344 pr mpib 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SUNDAY— 2-5 - 7-9 

112 CLARENCE STREET 

RKAR BKACOM KtU. PAIXK 

t*roem. 3 bodmrooa 3 trepiaeaa. full hlgb 
baacmgbt Yaeaot Low down pymeat 
Keg Medlar. B3314 

L. B. FINANCE LTD. 



nur Buildtap wrna over 11.343 pr ypr. 
Kaa cmI •tesir. prage. double plumbint 
and ta welly operated Owner aacrUUca fer 

JaCd* M S7000 

c O. lUtrh. O 44t3. Beening* 

BUSINESS AND HOME 
I Three Stores 

Metotn tbree*roem eetf*rer>iain*d eulie 
end Meely prden wRh three atorea en 
' busy atreet In good tocamy ideal tor 
! bakery. barPr ihop. coafeetlonery er othm 
, ewikrprtae. Owuar loartad diT «UI col 

:ir«. 38500 

Chag Kirka CM. lt4Z. Beptnp 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

tag coHMOKAjrr er. o itii 

PCTORU. B C 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 

3951 DOUGLAS STREET 
2 - 5 P M., JUNE 25, SUNDAY 

' Mufl te1l<'f See tbw genuiM bargaiai 
I 14 yeorx old. maderu eiucoa bungalow Pull 
high dry boetmcnl with hot-air ruruaeo 
. and ia/p rumpw Anubed In Donnacona 
All rectou baea been newly decorated by 
auetrr wlnteri to popular sbadea. and 
all floect baea bomi npertly wMad and 
trwiod. Proteellea preb to ftMt Uelnf- 
rwm with altrMtiea flreplae*. 3 large 
bright badrooma epdeue eablnm htUbas 
ane 3*ptoea bothreocn .WhoU beuee Is 
Aret-claaa ebap Lerp loi. P g 14#, 
lawns sod prdp 

Terma arranged 
Reaeonable offert coMiderad 



# wo cn- Wonderful ealue in tble fine 
9/OD\J ba«e whirh 1* so avangp to 
tie* THRZB BtDROOHB If needed Urte 
llettig-rooffi witb firepiare. aeperai* dlt>* 
Ing-roem. two bedroom* and prise klirhen 
with reblneti and many buDI-ln feature* 



! lAondrv tray* and oaahlng m*pMn* tpre 
, in targe utllHr room Wall* and r*1linp 
laity ineuleted tea aft •love* asd new 
Wilton flMr roverinp Inriuded Land- 
scaped pound* with nreptlAn prden full 
of nawera and ahruba. Conlalnad f*r*ga 
and oeprato werkibop. 

OM ABOVZ ADS PLBABB CALL MB PAT- 
lunc BIttl. Day ar Mlfbi and gmrnaT. 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

lail OOtfOLAH KTBKKT 



SAANICH— TWO LOTS 
$1250 CASH 

And 34d per month give Immediate pnime 
atob af Ibu 3-yew-oM. i-roem PngaMw 
on 3 lou Cloae la Pa end aheuping 
rantrw Wiihta l-mUe eUcia and iia 

to“Vr $4800 



CITY— CLOSE IN 
$1500 CASH 
HOT-WATER HEAT 



A dandy 3>room bungaiaw. an poly dec*- 
' rated Ha* full bawmeoi. bat wawr nwt 
I te ail room* Imrge lot Aeparsi* garap 

Wllhlo walking dmaa*a of riiy mcTCA 
cptre Pull pnra ply 5D/DV/ 



G6337 

GEORGE E. THORNELOE 

333 CKKTIUL BLOO 



STEWART CLARK & CO. 

JCALLG 1011,01933 



OAK BAY 
$1500 CASH 

git large roams all nicely toe«f*<ed Ligbl 
fir floor*, tlreptaco M larp llttag rMam. 
Poutlfui rabinet hllcben. Pun <vmerl 
bamment, bot air fumaea. O* « aoCA 
Mealy Mt a good boy at bOoDU 

WATERFRONT 

' Five aulta* pive r oom* fee pn«r and 
atSk pr maatb reemiw Autadiaur coal 
•xper gat waur bwt A wonderful *ea 
' view from alnotl every wtndew Can be 
{ bandMd tw ll.adg caab and ■MOtbly py- 

$11,600 

I Zeenlnp Phone 

I Jim Rldlnp B 4*17 



RIDINGS REALTY 



741 POKT rr 



B4343 Righto B 3313 



OAK BAY 



»«ui ItaW*. 

FBtCB - m 



$16,300 



ModZBR bunpiew tturcd. Pneeaeaien sipiemPr Thrto rooma. balb. 
dr.**.. a eareae .» « eu ese-e» ' erpruf* •era*# Zt'*;)*ni # e^e/\ 



LEACH & SPARKS 

•113 BUUmUKD vr. Z4II1 



J Ddfwid roat. dr.ee-.n prap # 1 ea ****'®'* B*'®** **'*-**h‘ CA7R. 

, SM puiiy room Full pw# $lx.V5U >4/3' 

RANDS REALTY R. H DAVIES REALTY 



W LOVELY COTTAGE ON 

Mam maton. all - mm ftow h— . in FLORENCE LAKE 

$4750 ' wm- tolklng dtoune* to evty ren* _ .***1?.*f*..^ 

^ — w Bus. atok and *ee ^ - umre Hk^e op arro. 33o*foe4 watoffredl ow.leni 

I eiew ef eea and mouBUuu OU b*a« Pire IMbtng 4<W foWMing _ ®_ ®‘_** 



rii roNv miKKT 



rWOHB • 1334 ' 



$12,000 

Cam* and eeu g7| BMlery. Owoar 



boaiing. fiabtoff aP ewimmind 3 miwo 
from Vtctona. Weil built faur rooma. 
beautiful ArwyMoe Za»y apom by wr. 

K«'o;r:.*r $2000 

PHONB 0 3441. WBKXUTB ONLY 



ROBERTS 6A 7— SIDNEY 

9 t-3 Bcraa, prtly Umberod. wttb Mb# 
road traaiap Very ewy tbrp-roemed 
MnfaJew and pwltry bouat. town waur. 
WUl eatfty ewbdtvMa Rlaa # * CAA 
reaitobilal are*. Alee >4 jW 

GORDON HEAD 

j CMP to ae« aad widi slew. Bp«aMw od 
' fo«r eeeme and botluwom, PM«to ogon 
ifi^nplace. ewr 1*3 acre jjjQQ 

H. M. HALL 

I at ppc Bi TOM Bxao. at roirr bt 

Blau 



I TbM to an# of tba flpm and maM camptotg i 
I new bemaa m tba market today A*« ' 
bpallfiUy Abtotmd pom* and Ihfowdh 
, boB. run boaootonl Comototoly tputoted. ' 
: wk floon tbroudttoul ou-O-MaUr AC. 
bwtteg. ctprtfy glted rablneto. ranp 
wlrtnc. auiooMlto atortrto domaatk water 
ppgly iwhHe enamel., drtvo-te pr*g* 
with OM. dear Be* Pto Bret lUady tee 

$11,600 

SIDNEY 

PaXtf-vwiHitd atoep bungataw atuatod w' 
tba aornae af Fprtli and Henry pr*wto 
^r romp ond alUdhod prop Taum 
Ply 333. Mrae Ml; vaesni pmamton 
Owner wpM Ilka a gdtek pto d-u^CA 
add win la p id M offpu. APivif $3/5U 



Hpl Bnai* - M p ig ugp ■ tooura 
114 PBIBBIilJN aVCLDOtO 
WBliHUB MB CDVrAMC& •# 



193. !»• BROAD BT 



MT. VIEW 

Cmy 3bp.f**m buagaMw la Mce.tooo 
cMdKtoo Id.ga lietbi*raom lw« bad- 
roama pbtikp ttuben, taalwdtot •# 
ntf. ibree-gtoc* PUtroM Ouroid 
rpf Oood bM Bparato pr- #*>oaa 
op. Taaeg 3M Pnp >30Uv 

OFF ESQUIMALT RD. 

Cap-4 TO— iubgalgg M. igpUima tan #4 
ttoo. OPd M eib f -rwom. 3 batopom caA* 
1004 bltobe* wtOi mey breabfael oaok. 
Oead MX ppruto tarap Lew • A TCA 
taaee aod eaey ignp Prke >4/3U 

THOMAS & CALLIN 

473 TbTHB WT B 13IL B XVtf 

C O CbOM Hotorr PubHe 



■oms rOB tALB 



— RARE BARGAIN — 
HIGH QUADRA 
HANDYMAN'S DREAM 
MODERN SHAKE 
BUNGALOW 



movm roB sau 



BOCB18 rOB AALB 

.'iUAtT — » • ftOQli BUMUAIOW 



■ones roB aalb 

TirW ROTAL 



■ortts FOB BALE 1 M fmOTBBTT FOB lAlB | ^l{|( (ColOltift V>«**"** S«>.. J— 25. IBS# 



••fcooii RUwuAAOw vmr iwTM. 

9^^ irnr*** i»r »— . &i**ui x^i w «i vpcq» rtw 

_ ,, -j-irr t%ot «o'ni-**riAf T Mr*t Wd- Cet,«0 «!»a iptnioirf-.l ICf 

0It»“0» M *TlC MOTT WATTR m;rnt*fi mt Scparvia faracM 

4 BCQAOOM* im prft oA r*«>uf 4a ^ mom. *i4*«i*« "*a^_**^ J*,*y £J5J* 

4 rwoo BOMB OF ownFcnoF i^vwWmiio w co«y 

iV Botf 4A»r«. uu4ai IM mab J)i*i «<t laU oMr «»t«r t>M m 4 tcliaoi TtUt 

tolfh OaaAr* nt IvwtT M«4iUeb l**f« |Fk« »o» BOklt Mte Q 43M y- l*o*iaf •« l«» Uw ^e» 

•nutnr* VILA ftw*r«l iitMrrM* ' j OW»lJ»^*?lf*AB-OUi urouM* aaflrr^ttiM Mial ••U- O»04». 



FIJUOO V014B OF OtVnMCnOF 

•o« 4A»r«. uu4ai IM Mta J)i*i «<t 



rJ far *—. &K4U1 X^I W «t VPCq» rtw *0*** 

tmC. kfUr—m toni.aerOJf T Mrft Wd- Cet,«o «!»a ip«rjnm^.( AU 



Hall-cw.lAUMd 
taaM. 
muu UaM. 



BMKUful torn Itvint-'Q** I 

(iunt«4in (TlnknA-ivMt# Ddtcb UMD«ii i ^ I 
•Ilk Mok. *ir»4 r*r r»*n. Oak 
' na>au *inMir» AiiaakM urMA. Wu* : *•» 



Itveca kukiala*. f • • 4 ro«4Hla* Bm CaloMM. - | 

A»t”?llclMa wyn^ ft tonttw raBft ; .N 1»*. l-rarnna r*‘u' 

mt katkrMia Hi«b UM«»t 4jj»# «»«a M-am « ***.■?,?.*** 

. rantkra arln-tn aa/Mv. OM ftoubAd I ttaiablni brcatMrr IdSMOUM >«••• 



BOMB *BD RBTVnTB 

#ne/V> ^ kalaM* at 

M4 par taaolb Bliaaxa* 
la Uw aiu ao4 oil lha «ti9 UUa at* 
iracura iToan bana baa B auuaa 
taciM lar Ml. toanoB a am ibraa- 



B tAUTtFOb VtBW UIT. n«.'Ltl«rrB 

aaiCbM/baoB. btck crauaR •aiauto 

4ialaan ta atam aaa Pat. e«t*ra) taak- 



'oMT^FAftT or VW« ROVAU. EUM. 
i) vMlarlai «ta« pT aa« aa4 aaoaiata*. 
Mr a T) IM HIM. afar I 



M rBOrCBTT rOB SALB 

■- - - - I 

WATERFRONT 

T»a aciaa. p»»r ••• •alarlranUM- 



ru COBFORATIOM or TW MfTMCT 

Of tAi y iCB 

I rr>cKt)BIU ara aaUa« In lha a«a»0 a# 
I ^ !••? i4> iMh aato aia >•• laak Wat*i» 
' vorks Cmat fraa FiiUn<a and Vatvaa 
Spar-if'ditoM aad aaaaUUaa ran ka a** 



t «mAW«IO!r"HAtT. WUIOMB-OA* • fj gnu ttvm ia*a vniara aapw—ra ui»#« If aP5»»tai w J’T 

C Ba) T*i. tota MM aad MH. 0»»af.'l*a »a*ad raad, kaauiUuUj i«*a4- aJ a"4a» Mnatal, Miniftpal Mall. Rajal Oak. VX, 



gni« alia Ca«aar« Baj Bead 



muw« aulU l#f U»a a»i*ar T»# balk- , aCMBB WTm N» FT 

|X al •aiarlrmtan «i aunaj jua* M 



kntal^ <.aaBa«. rtaM M baiM. r CfW\ 
' r»U prtr# .*f allar. 

•vtttinia FB8M ilH Bidlara. B «M1 



laraan. drl*a-tn |ara«v. am Mubad i naiamni arcamrr 
aa toaian «ln<to«i. a«ui»pM Vllb «Jan lao HiliMda. 
Ita Uil IP l»»oa. lardra. _lruU 



baa iaa»dr7 mka drla^te larafa. tu Tba 

•attrtor U gnj Mak*» aad a OuraM raal. 
Willi anaa* vork ibM raa ka nad* iai« a 
pietBn Puaiatov aad liatd la at Um mim 



ban bwa iiaad BBS IT AT r dOnrtl A f* 

o«c» FOU. FMICB OBtY 542W A 



BmiaritomriMW ^’Ui'^ctoi?V“nbL'i2!*-bJ"i^^ bmab* babcb^fi ' 

■ ■ ^ • )*«ito rtnia I1.MI Call B IM* ^ boa«r. • raona. aiiuatiab, !.•»• i 

OFF QCAMtCMAM-rUM OOWB «5"iAL»-AfriUCTITB‘ FOUM-BOOM [ *** **“* “ 

nmMBT I CWT . 1^ aadna caitai* birad Mr atoeuie ^j‘,5 ' ■ 

WBtX-VtraT FaAiIT BOUl C P K* l aiwa r ^ tmil tVR.>:TM~*fOTfr M'V.-IAIOW. 

•JlMM a»# law rmnt. Blib ttair* t Inm uan *?!2l Hwh Oarn RoUa* Bto eanairm- 



ntmaa. ntO aaamrat nF*rai» lanw 
aad • baattlitul §ardaa A«t «si<a In 
Utto am. 

DUFUU JAMH BAT 



rhdings realty 

■•in mun »ttb amo flraplan aaUT r^rwip'iw-r 

find la liirbra. atoa »*• ranp. T«a mb-UU BItOAD BTRBBT 



W.J trd bt!c^ 



S I OrDvO Ira* U»« dart band Um t^^^uaaadcbaa ai) apuaf* full* ^ 

BMdarn dtocca dBptn Wavn mtbiiit ta t«ir«uhad tlacirlr UfM *a all biiudlaai. t ** 

ba daawd. i n mm aatf« mEUtn dd aalta l•Met(W «auf pwap Maa flaat aa*-U*, — 



IN THE ONE-MILE CIRCLE 
$4950— SPECIAL— $4950 

Arvotbn wai]>baut. «aU aad vadp. tbaaf 
banMlna ruhl oa Iraatpnriaiknp m a«U«ia , 
«alita| dtMPM at ia«a. Baiart lialnf , 
raoea with flraedan, nTon viuAoai aU . , 
Urn kiirbaa vUh *odara ranvaaiaaeM. | 
lB'l«ld<nx Uto Mltk and flaab ntpbtMrdl 
Tva amtUaa badranow la aaii*> dbadn 
btadarrL ma* aeauil baU»*a'>ai. aad 
auiltp ran* vUti al) urTlcaa Tb* prap. 
artp la ••U kmi. aad aO la aO thU u a 

K faat hoata far a <«upia aba dMlta a 
•rarbaad. 



«ar M ^ajaaad atitt aiik dtan 
larVrad* uuit, ntra larn U»tai-r<»»ai i« dmr Tao-mito cImu Bn » M «• 

and dlniai'iao*. t»a Ura# ladniaau, mra t« ba aaartrlaiad Fnrad l«r dulrk aau hj 
SMT han Foil haatmaM Mpad fwr-rp addM Oama toanng *"“■ *5'^ 

aat« and aaabtahi Oda ulaau la baa- Baiir.nni JR far aaruM*arii. oc vriia 



^ Hlah 0«Tp Rollaa Uto eanvw 
•n Win tok Frlea. M.MA Wa a«aeu 
4MT 



rnn HMO IM *«naUT. 

FRAWK ■ FARTRIOOB 
U4 FasMrton Balldtsi 
Fbaca B MU Batninp BMAt 



Baa ItM. Calaniat 

AALB at;BSTAM%lU.r *BCru.T 

I >.faa* alwc<a bataa Idtalp lara* 

I iiiina.fMM •iU> tlrPDlart Urn dtaiiii' gaio*. taar oo». ' ALTOW 

Fbaca B MU ■atcirip I MAt ,*)•* 7*Sdrm«>i: wl^Mail-- baai. iB-'rrcad ta tall II K«ito Rn od.-Calaa od ipoa btonabard *i 

Irani hat aaur. air caadUtoamd; I HOoidM wira. TBiFUI PLUMB- B»aai-..p Mr F 

ALUnAR-BOUWO BBIIOAtOW. crTT Sffi. aJiy and m baa^ ~ TT 

A *m*aai*>aaa- BtaaTaU i a r a t *• 1 ***> »^^ *^ **”** ir»a*>rabto>. M*1ld_ . vt*w i-»m»hOOU HOME. 1111 BMfXHB. 

SvtniuiiB. baatmg. fiMing. boatma. ~ ' ~ jT in‘~nni— tf ad»M Agadla •aUnma 



N tw RAwcH-rm.1 borOalow 
L argt rto*a taraa tot JMl Bra*- 
faet Road, edrna* a> C ad or H IU . 

ii^'iiuoirr mjcco <-boom buw- 

■alo*. caa/ bo». tobaol and itaraa. 



BMdarn atocca daplai laavaa mutuig la tuntuhad, atocirlr 14 
ha dnmd i ti* * aaU err tatnad a«lld ^i$euu vaiar p«*p 
raniad far' dM pn imaMt Wad- r«*baat aith wU 

pior.ntd 4 tp«m lOita fnr yaw. rana'm x>l bwOdirfi u> pad 
af nblnai blirbm «i'b dtaing tmaa. ram Mrabib prwvart; 

leaalr uau»f-fa«w PUn hrrplara and n^na O «BtA- 

Mk Rcora tiia bathraii* and » Urn VC.\r“i7K*r~7.a~ 

brdrac.»i Full kMrbtanl *i»b drtaa- LV)R RTiT W 

la varap laundM tuba, atpad RA I aoaaaaaiaa. Taiai 

turnara aatrt V-'iablnt and firrplaea T Rapaiiod. Ca*a o Ci 
far aootttar auiia Mali eaab »1 U T-or’bAL 1 - lOt 
, I’ nnira. Cawrim? 

ALTOff R FLBMH^ aaaruaaia ciuk. 

ikM btonabard Bi • .9J“* , Fban# OAdAk OHM 

B*aai'.ip Mr FUailrc. Fbaat I tlM — - 



rEOrCBTY WANTiOJ 



fTrewbaat'anK tall and awrboafd »oaar ' rauiLDiRO UTT TR cmr OB OAK BAT 
A^l ^JtoTrp * PM nodiuari. Buaa* 15 R.aaaaabto. Bai kNd. Canatot 

“‘iSll'*. ***** ^ ***"“ I tor UBTWOB RAWTBO 

I aflar Fbana O Mtk. _____ flMUKa RAB ffp?* A ■■»«“ OBMAWD 

t.V)R RBST OR BAL* - IMMBOlAtT 1 , ...cni>x otm MUa Bbrlad A*d #«r 



Tandan tbP'd ba anriaaad la aaatad an* 

' af'.apaa. addraaaad la tKa WwtHalpal Clark. 
I Rara) Oak and abawU ba In kto alttoa bf 
» w a tdandar. Jwlr 3. MM 
wailhar iba tovaat nar up taaPr *01 M 
I aartaaarUi accapiad 

B O PAWBOW 

I Munictaal Baclaatr 

IfflMWS 



JUST BEHIND OAK BAY 
HIGH SCHOOL 
NEAR THE WILLOWS 



SwtCBiUud. baating. 

wiuun at *looW dr 
lurt lAcludad. Tama 
,a.'rai.a*<) 



AM Cau/Uia» I 
MtBbar Baa 



ag. flaking, bpllng. 
■■ drlfi «l imn Furnl- 

$9500 



|g FIR CBMT RBVBWUB 

AND MOMS 

lOOR FCRWIBRBD HOVBBKBKFIRO 



O WWFR LBAklNO FOB BWOLAWO- 
Mwat nil Mtrarilfa Umi'j kaau la 



riBBT TUtB orroto fob balb 
tA r /N/\ - FURNtBNBD nVB-ROOM 



e rv-i - FUBNIBHBD nva-iawai /«oOO BUILOIWO awu uamja" 

SIOfDUU Muata kungato*. *iib dU'- VJ Cbaap lor caab. Wbai altaraf liti 
lij raa* "I* ki'.riim BulU la MM BTarbaaod 



l nnira. cawruyar wraav imai 'm,«atacB. Lai ItoW Ba*aaa WMiar. bi«. 
aMrunai'i ciub. kdp ai plaau ^**'|B3iai —i ar Diabi I 

Fbana O MAk O M>4._ 1 ■ i ■ 

l~v>n~~ f ai ia. lnKwkRAX. NIC* rBOPSR- . U AC'EI^OS VOE MALE 

r uaa at MlU Bay Appij O. Fiapa. I — 

Cabbto MlU. Fbarn Hl*l. I'tJ'OR ■« a<-i»M OOOD BOTTOM 

i Tv>* «»« •- -POUR LOTB. l.u TO lA r um. aaatbaaat at tto Ula. aaar 

r iriraaSs •» Bacrilna arva of glAM .t«ro^al 

I _*.?•* — S I Wakh and Cauptan. R-R 1. Raral Oak. 

I .^OR BALE— LOT OVBRLOOKIWO SUC I Oa)«wtl tH * 

Uka R' O Bdartu l alt* _£**««« ^ KKAO. 9 Ac'wW CLBARBO 

/«OOD BUUAMWO AND aARDBW LOT it i^nd. lain rhiakao bauaa *«h IM 
••oyanth-wld l!»«aah)ra ractfraU ..lArp 



Tbto aimm bwngala* »mt ba aaaa ba ba | A WBU.-BUILT g-ROOMlD RO^ AT 
•ggmuud. aa It to an a autai atrari aald , aikari M»ad m iMr arm. 9 torga 
•ibar aerd haian Off wa through ball baanMUi. finvla'a M Uiing and dlbind- 
to a graad Urtag-roo* vttb Bratilaoa. | ruom*. a-pmt baui. full baaamrui. fur- 
VanaUan blinda. air, Tha kttrban i« torn ftar«. OuraM rmf: »nr llghia and •aiar 
«IUI Uto aink. naw InuM Uno aud Pih , t arraa naurp i vmaad. wtbp farm a 
mgrweau «ra acotlaaa vith aatra totfa I liny •irr»in that «lnP ihrourii voudad 
aina* T»a pthr*o« to daaa. aUb lao j ar»a: —M gondao amabarrUj aiid 
Hnan clpata and tha eonrrata baaaeMiit ' orchard U naai baarh oa wbaol and 



nioa Baffl. 



I O AK BAT- TfOUr BBPROOMB. STT7CCO 

bunptoa aming - raa* Utahan 
' Raa«r m>Taar-ald uodani bwagaia*. : mrlwdlng all aldva dli«a(to. «itlU| r«»m 



l-a»an»h^ld n.maahira racirraia mrn 
_ _ _ rggrabla gordan. uraabarri**. a»tll fruit 

■■ i r.",wvi~ 1 «.«. .<nu,u.o «« : i7~ 'r:b 

~iT^>rt’and rabiaai kttrhan In fian- *»b *wa t XI naar Oorp Brldgt ThU loi haa ,B0lb*niam npoaur* and 

' I badroaiM Fawbiaka baihr-o* u> 'aar i g, ntartiad f« a kaaaimnL *,«,it#«Bl rtP af Baaka Mill* and O'Jia- 

1 aatotbl baaair.tot. furaara Braaroof pjJ Ctll Mr Wieholaan. ■ «bl, p»*^MBttnlUna Mam portion "f ba^ 

' aarap ttoBi-UlP* raaf. onppr piping. I piV « wignl, Baakaa-Paalar Ltd. MM , j «»«» •)« addiUaa raadr lat itw^md 
tih k>.r? •'• Rafgwaad <lmr» Furmmra Ineiudaa ■ at ' Fantlad aalta thraoghnut aim alaaiai M 



haa a aaa fumar* gipad ta all CTQTK 
raaaa Full »itra atib unaa 9fOt -A 
Bfaninp O 3tM or O ksfl 



altjr Pa raaia. Bbaitarad — cun •mi n-w r^irati v/ atUirca buupio*. Torawgn dw. nr- i 

B*rUlcad tor guick tato C. Hayaa, piVi ROOUB AND ^UTT. COVjm w«^«o dm«i, brifht ' Fhoca B 



win dirtda. 



atUiTca buupio*. Tbrawfh ban. Hr- ' 



K •aahlug *achirt aod Uaodf. 
•sd bird artart ta garpa. 

R n BAOCRAWB 
19M Broad Btraat 
«A9> Wight. Ba*. «9aM 



THE Ali'TlOHEEES 



SECOND NOTICE 

AUCTION 

SALE 



or IMPORTANCC 
Eeal kiMi PaneBBl PraRgrtp 



u,o«-L]n.L OOROB LOT "AKUT w | ‘)3« I 

»m ^^^'%6tator^«p7M fto* m nar oi I Th* mARtilflMnt mlddncp gltuitad 



«Uf ajxm WUUlbM|«M|fbMM , fOim HFll •• tUPlWO *• ■■ •• MbfB||BA*adWV gg* g«M 

Fm!?r lSi^bWw B4a#4 _i •'“* III bckutlful froundA 



And knovcii m 



A BFkCUL BCTT 



glU Larair n»put raw in Patty an. a 
In tawAamml Ihrwbto laraie. Uak* an 



- T-raar-ndc wrtj muu_T A LaJtOB ' baaamaal iKrttbia garage. Mak* an *ani 

KENT REALTY LTD. iitiS' *,17,1 ()« 

AitlMnaAldWt Mil MJul AEE bAE I - — . * “ 



Baalnat » urban. J banr^a, t-plna Pw- | 'iMFROVIO LOT AT 1 r'vUf ACR*. TURBR-BOOMBO MOUB*. e|P L'/kf It II A V IlMAn 

broke bathrna* aaira Wdrnom Ik baaa- ' ^ cftcri OR WBARBBT OFFER -THB J pnoar pato aavarap au^ < ij *.ib highvar. AlPtrni. pM caab. i O 1 ^ f iJUl- l>.n 1 Wif.^U 

oMDi Piinnr B TMd Ho apnu. ploaaa ■ 54yDU ban Ps IP io»o-Ba»ao rewiBLintMad-Ala'ia and pariBit If daairad 1 MSI i g^tt* FT*’' 

— - ..Au« 1 camMck. mMtDatii. naarli oaaHar arrw. ] ■ . _ ~ ' _____ — — ■ ■ -r-r .b... •»._ _» 



9M TIBW BTRBVr 



pmaaaatofl. Auiacaatu bU. and 
FBOWB O AMI oatar Hardweod. Ula ftobri ta 



gaa bat 

kiieha*. , ttmTI 



"wav rwyaMTT^iiciu'BCwaALOW ‘ taroawt- mMtpaci. naarlj gaanar atiir. 
BAT -COST 4 BimM BL^Al^w tbraupout Baniad far gTO 



. _ . . JUTB-ROOM SBQUIMALT BDbOAtOW. *ata 

4-ptoea PUuMm Drlva-ls garagt. dtueea, X m tag. Ffica lariudn oU iiava. Boa 
DuraU. iapMirr piaaiar. tmuiatad Baau- I ,ng Vacn-ac blinda ThA brut* T 

ufuuy laadarapad. Inraly rlaa Idni fur i b»,».Barit famara. Fit.:# Otou loviia- I 



““k •“? I aanihiy or rar.aoi pcaaewma Uaring \j jannpt na* 

r, •'•at*®* , p*rlieit.ara e*n r , aog e^rg the oath. Hi a kill g_ ___ ,1-a^ 

ilM CaiutUn _ Bi Ibu prtaa Agmu plaata Hit O JMJ- *** 



to X l«l ON ASCOT DRIVB. 



$575 



ijioucroToR OKI WBSX TO n.Md ‘Being Uie fFsldence of CMmiii»nd»p 

lb OHirabtr to arraa Id milat aut H. M McKsy. «tu> iB ledVlnf for 

oaa-w* Park. Bm ,bru»d‘. Will bd offafed for ARle on 



O AK BAT. UFLANDB BIBTRJCT BnC- 

bdi’M''’*. d raoau. aowiharp earn' 3 



r-oAi^ I fsr.!."*‘»<iT?n •pnp.^ 72 * tVa 



t«a aptlRU 



SWAN LAKE— 7 ROOMS 
Owner Leovmg Canodo 



Ufuiiy ia®iur.md ln»*l» *toP Idee, fur p;,.%Bt Urnara" Fit.:# Oto« O* I 'J BVWOAtOW — UtRUB OaR- 1 Ragern bungaU.* on loa arr.. i ^ gCRIB CROICB BJrB LOAM FIWM 

raurad p«pm g<gM *Ui haadto. O X94P uSS, "1,« airtr.e ana roof Ciw* la P*a>- I O rtea al'tt arerr kind of Irtul watt. ; t^^g'l^ng ctoaa to tea Built al anile 40 tioa w lour fan d*yp. t*« aFrtRU « « ^ w t«-c « • r ••reap . 

V- .-.*»■• «oou noH.-TTH^ I---. «"V - —I y, L-S MONDAY, JULY 10 

Jili;;?: .n“7S- ; TissiiaTm TAoc Bt.T. lf-a'j;rc,X7Si;S.“cA^r.Y^ U. i«m. u.d conaiuon. 



i4950 humlftf probK* FrtLR I.OVk- 

I.T ROOMS FOR OWWBIt- -TUMB-ROOM 



_ ' amya, 3T arm. flva mlnut»r la Tbatta *7a.»mpet DooKa D.uibnmk. Ou-O- 0**M 

-Hara to tba aelw ^ n la i tAPFe^t eui kata >ard. Baloift SB ■ *Mndii.-.Qi..ne Raaio^ba at- /-vak 



OFtn FOR IWSPBCnON 
JUM S». FROM J TO I r M. 



AK BAT-g-BOOM FAMtLT ROM* OB \ 



larag* chit tea Iwitaa. awod- ^ 
r a( land .af|* gardan plaatad, "• " 
■ tram BgBtb. trampertatia* > • „ 



Baaka and oaadrldp Roada BOJW 
T O BAlt'TtR. REAL WTATB 
Ul Fasibartaa Bldg I MM iRu. B MM< 



BOrr* UF RBWTBD AT MOUTH. It JUb* ». FROM J TO g F H. 

»ou«. »«» ; i 

uaa aaaiplaiabr dararatad Intida and aut. I at land. Itwi traat and larp garden. 
writB MPirni amacrai.i and '« a«ra around Will arrroc raaaooae.t aif«r. Jia Craig- 

Onlf a la* minuiaa In** ta*n. *141 lo* ^aar Rued 

taaag and glinoat Uaniadlnt po»*aaai«n. MODIBW FIVE- R OO M BUhOALOW, 

. _ /a Fambruka balkraos. kucbaa airrd lor 

A.RnriM 5TUCCO HOME «"«• w* .»"hata npm .ta aa 



walk Irom lln-et naarh atid t»htag^on | «t»*V»PCB 

Factor Coaai Apply dirart M 

c Ba naait, Byj Bay Read. Cwoa B r._ • , Subject to teniM tnd oonUlUonB 
j-m Ai-RBi. FtwLATBOH ARM. im |o bd tlwu Bud tbei* Bniiouncdd). 
O/ faav aaiarlront. Mate u*btr. gaod • 

dMu^ B PoUowlnf the B«le of the Prop*rif, 

ACRES CHCwrr ookdow wg srin proce»d to Sell lli» Bntlr* 

iViT^ yrURNISHINOS. winch Include both 



luag and glinoat unaiadiatt powaMton. 

4-ROOM STUCCO HOME 
Remodeled Inside and Out 

MM autr MAkA Bk tb 



glAA_l. atow.’tMtr^ _,n«m«irra F-»r#d far guua a... M-Mk Aibkm Ul Y 1 5^PU1*«% UMOm 



L^tlR BALB-wrw A-ROOM BUWOAUJW , pariUoiaik. Cw.aulU IMR 



rang*. We awpa. luriiara pipja wi au Evil ba*»»PBl and fumaia Low laa 

***** 1 P^ Owner luro-d ta lanra r'avr »n bu 
gf.MM. Boa Sd2A. Calanui. _ 1 cwcnyBunk •napAlffW’d •*.»» ta.'wa. j,,.. 



2 ■’a^” aV.‘raihig”7p"»a dau lar''^ato ¥ ABOE COMMBRCTAL LOT. IMalM ,, ACEEAGE 

Frarifd.atri.-i ln*r»a*ad atwu mean Tgf rath dt *4 Bacayaiien already »ada Thraa 

vaiua raiibut be rapraiad I Mdg ... _ r_ . — . — aivhi (rmn city Ball Open ta attar* — - ~7~ 



NEW 4-ROOM HOLdSB WITS OAB 



duar: C4I9T 



A ACRM BEA Vtrw FROFERTT. BRBWT- ' 
y vMd. tpdurad far uautad uaia anl{^ 
t« gl aSP 1 33At 



egten n -^ mm auw mam Rk ^ tntrplev M Bbmtwiayt. 

aaraliMt hem# a*nad m balld- raaoaatMru Can ba Bnubad 

•ng aacuactar who haa purahatad laraar „,,ag u, Rm cold 

tKXM Vary atirartlya •mera aatariar. ihia „t#r. laitot and •trad. O H34. 



A TTSWIOX. HANPTMKW — *A.ROOM r Oaa'f Rand aU. US* IbHUlaa- O Alto. . 

un flfal i atf bntipje* M * * VK BALE OW II B II = SlAmFTt ' { 

full cenrat taaoaatMru Can ba Bnubad , h . ..r^pn Thu ' 



WASTED 



lYBK SAtUBK. « BOCtodB. FUXY 



-ROOM FTU. 



ST rCllNIBIIKD WITH J7„Vr Ka M«rU 
tw Mui-B baneata* g agtt WP ir oB d i r 



toama haa tapaatry plativr and myad wl- | - 



Inga tn livIfiV-Vnaai Mali, targe kUrban. I A N*W VACANT a-ROOM BOOSE. 
l-p<aca baihtBoa and 3 badroooia Fun ea- I J\ amtiu. utiiiay. rooa aad garage 
iMBt baaamtnt with new lurnara and Vanatian blind* Opan tor uupaciion 



F f»tidtoU4l lov«lir KEMcn Ibii ^ ajms « ia64 

bao»a ha* r**r*lblr»g Full d»’.*ito aa to- i __ ... — 

•pacimn. K« a^nta. pl*aaa Kyofi I g |OALICI>U OEACR i 



tarni*^ and adUlppad lor ray«nm. garag* tond»ctp#d tot to.ftd _ 



htork* Irnw CH* Ball Opa«‘ ta allart 
0*n*r Na agenU Ptoaa* Tel O JAM. 
r mt wp yr oB d i r catfi 



a.R.im ^iult r^r^d aarVaa XTDRNIBIIED i-BOOM OOIMR Al COh 

' I dirlon » rm<n* for ewnyr flP.anu 



HbM E ldA4 , kih'aitatt todnyy. FTmm MX T OT FOR BAL* - HlOB tOCATTON. 

djOAUCUU OKACR HuM^TRIB *T- j ' “ ~ QuAORg .krw Phi-HOOMKO , 

*» tra<ti«a daalung. built toa* u.an l*o | 2942 •rurto, fall baaataenL f*raf*. t _- - _L__ "...'.'J.,” atnwwyV 



U *ANTBI>-IH TO I ACRBB 
i Raa*<tP aaaataaa mm uaB 
I uaa. uodar gkOdb. ItUl. 

B& FAB.MS rOE 8ALS 



fall baayraenL f*raf*. 1 - - 



dflaa-ln garag* Within t MtLS CTRCLS - Saturday aad Sunday. Fyua U.MO. dSg 
LAROE CORNER LOT Fnr lurthtr par- Darato BtraaL 0«a*r. OMIt 



LABOE corner LOT Fnr luftbtr par- 
Uaiuar* ptoa*a phap* Mr Bindt. BSMI. 
t>ay aa Night 



IM niantb- Oli-0-Malir ho'.-aattc Mat. ^ larg* b» aith it !*•• franiaga 



NEW k-ROOM BTUCOO HOMX. FAIR- 
Said Full baaanaat wiiB drlaa-ia 



rTDRNlBIIED I-BOOM nOUBA Al COh- yr.r. m# to lwa»Fd M iM .n.l r*<tom. 'T:L 3M-rOOT UOJtND RIOKWAT 

Ua lai*a »Biral OHlld I TM* bm** ^nritam* a Urge tiaing rnn« ! p-ROOU BUHvlALOW. DALLAS ROAD. _ ’ - — - — 

T-viB PA LB itoTZ'^O-ROOM FL'R- ' ***f Hrauia*-* «U..iig-m»i«. 7) (.arp* Ini. abpto ti*#* ar.g barrto* TOT. fa aiM. BOCTM END ADMI«« 

T«^^, i?, klUhpn. lan brd'unn'* and batLruWR. Thfjy Oarag* M*gnifwael *ua af laa and Ij Raad. E«*umialt. I black ar-npatog 

alw, a cc.ll reiiaca ai.i h muW be »*a7tain* A»to 0»m , eeutfa and bu* O IMl 



Antique and Modern 

PleerA 

Must of which were purchdAdd lo 
EnfUnd 

AbouL 10 Pcrtigoi Rufi tnd Rimnsn 
I of rwre quality »nd bsButy: Baby 
' Orsnd Plano UumesUe efTeeU In* 



»a Ui*a Caniral OHlld 



liYrc^aai. Py-rl^toin. Ungfard ima*. ' 4 FFROXIMAT^^^ %i7ffii:,*‘ aS? . ^oArrn MriggxgUx and 

I^a Mik. cnbmtoL _ . — ' o;r.,:"V»eiuy b*5U .2d*ihM Bmr Oectrlc RaRfe; BendiE. 

I OT. fa IlM.' BOCTH END AOMIRALB •,m»oU. Btort and bu* 8tra*b*trm. to- 
J Road BagutPiall. 1 black ahnpptog ••nt, niarbberri** 3M fralt Ue«*. Fmm- _ , . 

ctutra and bu* O IMl , ima Augmi I Fall prtoa M-’M <^l« The RCRMienre 



garage aatomaito h.ai. wired Inr range. | Terwi. U deaired. Apply «JJ Oayet«»ent 

■ iA%Aiivrr r/^r-T-rn i TP\ ««»§•»•«■. V#«*«lae biui<to. Frtoa. 1 »ir*r i 

HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. m Im . term* puna* aaner. O MI7, t,taJIIFIXU>-REAR BEA, PARK AND 

A LMCMrr niuicDiATK pdBBBBBiOH. ^ be* Bti-ror m b'niw Ftoll bat*»»ni 



Idlf DOOOLAB BT 



iNaar TKS BATi 



Vt BFICIAUEB pi 
■OUBB 
|TM CASH 

A GOOD BOY IN 'nun NEWLY OBC- 
•rated 4-roaai tniiag*. l-pto<-e latb- 

ratMB. Bfparaie garage end fuel *hed. 



A lmost niMCDIATI f06BBBBION. *■ be. 8ta-r«m a*«Ai inui nav^^ 
Owner tranaferred in Vnm*wen*. !?• J,* a iSu 

aiucm bungainw, I rooma piua. Nlen *#g- •*'*♦ Fbem O.IM ar I MM 
e'abta gardep aad groonda. Baaluwo. wjiaiRPUXD - FIVB-ROOM BIOINO BUN- 

Q MT1. . J’ galpw full baicairnl. O'lrOld mnf 

I \ FULLY MODBRN NSW HOMX 0* I iBUnedlaie poe**A*ina Jta agenia B 3*ai 



A a raklder.Uai Bagulmait g aina large 
rnotoa Fall pri<« glllM. Xaty term* 
can be arranged IT daaired. 13* Brydap 

A RE YOU LOOKINO FOR AN AITRAC- 



r;,.::«rtr'.v..“'r.. *-n,vT.,f"*;L .iov« i,Mb.wT-Aifw 

of ibik b*«Mt'tul hwnte » gllim and pr>'- ^ m* lane lot and Imlt tree*. MM 
•C..MII. can be gtttri lr> tnn ae*ea Far . knan B IlM Me atcDia 

“•*** " b 1A4*r%nA 

U l^AMICNAJl HUAR OOnCAN * r^iWM aw PAwrt V Maus 

I arre*. lakef .aniage C.mfnrinkl. E 1 000 £7. i?- 

, aturen bungatoa. Dnmid rnol Cmtab.* *•*» 



I OT. fa IlM.' 
J Road. Kmi 



DOWN ON 
Baay urou 



LTOR BAIJI — ATTllACTrvt 4-ROOM ' uitough Ball a»lUog-raiHa JfalT wUb . 



r mndero ceitaae Hatdy. Ungrnrd , |jr*pia * a.><i large **randa adjaituTm far _.|toOM BTUCCO 

— - - — -.:i— ..-.r Ihd Ih* lae* »«•*»* bMiame II (II wuh 3 au'-.maM- on heal 

F ArnriEtA— OLDFR FTYLF a flOOMB gfAtairg • -in* Ba‘)n» ang lefMsl. Va* p._ «.«. caluoito 

hrar nlfar Ul id M4 t aga* Y’Per o i:na*m a»d V ..toe* aatlirnam dli- “ _ 

TT....... ••» a a^rrra ' ln|-r<«.»n eitn lirypto*-* avto *'ae a^•‘■r>»^1 -- WAto-TKIi TTI 



to****'A'.^w*aVd'*^lVr.l ’''•va.ani: ; “JT!' , JmVp.'.ar, Ou.ui* garmr. ...r..*K.* and 

laaediaia BoaM*ai>a. #^*Tr\A ■ .t(* a..«a.hi* I feui-r*)*" »iurya bingA a u«."g- ' ,oo« t'numi'ed ae'*r nvt.iy aiib 

FuU pr^ $3200 lrT?io * p“Mia*^rAV* aamJ^A^A*^* *‘*1’ flrewtore. full ba**«B*»l wi'b fump and hnl aa'er »y*fykbiivg 

I prlre d Bdl M far fpi.nar partK'Jiara 4ng fwmare Dureid MOf. good pti|.- F'-r fuMi.»r p*r..rui-f» 



7f WA.Nteb TO aity^llULIlfKB 



^«e w ..V. r—- =r 1 to purefima ad>l^lPg • ar ' 

CMEKT AND OAR f *RoE BUILDINO LOT ^ ■ml D A Nuerfcm. Central BaaaUB 1- bcsutlful grounilk- kbmil 

fnilt urea. gdM iu am Bireel MM raMi B<*a IMd. n^^g 1 BJlUBtdO Ul DdWUUIUI IfOUf^ BDOUl 

to Cnton.W ; -. >p«oluUA'TKLY“irrC*iB^il50M 

lUALOW. g TEARS TOT FIWLAT80N AVENUE. 13*11*. !/V ■•darn hnwa atocirt* drUtod t rsm plsfllA. hdrbdCdOUg bordCfE. 

iluner ApSlyklM.L ^r.g. 

rYAwltr-RS»« I Tg®T:,,to*tni f7W° • Dintnf-imwitt. four beautiful 

Net gM*. Coi- ' 7,V“M.i-r ovERUJOkJro OCROE and ba* Frtoa direct lw« nam*. dlMM. B,droomA. 1 BBthrooOU. SerVBnU* 

h^geip B «3T ■*»« di«* Cato m.t 1 Acc«nmodgUon. 

t^** TVrtoa, ga PM i jNE LOT ^ ?L C*°*^TT*A(-mBB*l^D* FmLY MODERN ! Bckutlfuily locBtdd. wiUi Command- 

mtv MrtliMKB' rTT7r:J~-LT n»KAfd iteui mireaPi. bnr*e I fnr MuyifarlPhlp fofflllT livin*. Two- 



jla ♦ a»d large yeranda adjaitiiT.f far e-ROOM BTUf.'CO TRANMT ROAD, 
the men »«..»* bMiam* li gif wuh ^ au'-maM- nii beat TYfOto. MIM 



i AN* LOT M a Ijd ON BNKLUNO BT | ( 

' f naaa lo aceinnl aad aiar*. Fl.nb# , ^ *j 

O . — I in ba *t 

b.H*Vtht<IAM JM FEET WATKRFROWT. (MUlaied 



A Met Utlla l-'wr* »?***»! *‘•7^ ! 4 TTRAlYtV* »-ROOM HOME WITH 1 tow tee*. 

•Nd dto* **L..V*** 1 .a Rill reniepi naaewyat, hol-air lurrtara. . 10 RUB • 

■•dlete CIOM M Vatarenr I ba*yn»ypl New aeparata ' ( 1 7_I.. 

Moewimt Half eaak. lerad* dHutled to High Quadra Owner 

FUtl prwa .... (••ting te«n Prtoe M Md Flume R MM 

A Mealy mile J-«nto bwPtatow_ Beeeipenl ^ “gVoHT-BOOM BCN'OALbw~‘ OAK 



Phone BSarS 



\ NVOHB HAVIHC) A SMALL 
.ranmed bnu*e lor .ale ••• 



I w-iia P« I aw I. CniBnie* or phmit B 9I31 g^ gg« woubt bn wllUng 



( T°^lr trS^yei* 1 lUCT BtOCK OFF OAK BAT AV» | jf ^ 

»art-ln rtvlh-* h*eo »nM»n \*m- AUTOMATIC Oa HEAf a™ yil^ 

;:rj M4* ’ftwn ■«WUT PIOOME all on O.Sg ’r22l^«w«Vtotom"f’rm 

' BYOWNER I *#:;’■*• ir.StoV.*,Tto-arEKTN^sivErAr 

l»eA COrRRANE- DEAN RFfuirr* fVtlD lir>i>'<yd by.*me>'t. 0 1 renge I'ui -a m'inble eileme aiih e* 

n ERTB AN ATTRArriVt FIVE-BOrtVl lUeuUliU toi.d**-npy«J gar- ' 'Nat »av be parchewfl all 

*tori-n hqfflt Mi a Mfh iarat’uri enh ‘ p«t, wil|> ayeii»£.g ailtoa tree, and f.yb (?,**** ^t**A*"* •?'?*** 



— rnyveir-oww OHAVlbKiAM !•" FWI *»• » pne*»>.*n • . inemaire . .... 

— — five **te« 8.y-ruo* hnuee two-i'ic* ar row b^. to M^d Merl- I C»f drp*rttd OdrafT. Pull Ekkd- 

^ K?«d f^nirAe”**' •' '**“ *'“* **“* FtZ/^e a Ole 10 OoTto Ney. Uti m^nl With ModFTII OU He«tln« 

•7jnSLii! i«^ tCDED>LBARED__U^^ PAL^-M *rREB. -|3 CLEARED: ' 



i T rnamy utl'iiy mam hot aa<ei kyet 
ralk-ln rivin-e n»ea garden V*nr- 



apd lornare A reel good gprdeo tot. Ip 
laealy Gorge dwirH-l Low t^QCA 
laxae. FiiU prle# to . , 

544UU home 1*1 MP'l* nOBdlMtna New 
furwpm. Canwnt bpeamant IS-BUle rlrele. 

UOM CAER 

on Conk. pMnP to. Larao T roMP peBl- 
bwadPtow nil newly DatniM n«d dem- 
latod. Baaenefli Light finore cgQnn 
ImyMr eondlUp*. Fail orfco 41^ eV/v 



•aein^te«n ewe pa ygg rTMme w obm ,,en bi'nda TMe HU-'nAey yief^M. r*P#e. 

AN iVo'HT-aboM BCNOAtbw. ‘ OAK .****’. "'L** "I''*. 

’V Bar - Lara* rharmlna ru*ime Sulianto BY OWNER 

IMH COTRRANE- DEAN RnuirTB 



Be/ - Large eharmlng rv*im* Suiianto 
reyfnue Nearnet oOat to Vt.MS aeoaptod 
B •}«! 

NSW ' MODERN 4 - ROOM ~BTOCCO 

bungalow. »aaainr«Bi eea yl»w. 

E M»a 

B T 'ow'nBR— ATTRA lTriYB MpntaN b- 

room atoaca bungatow. Mtugied m an 



all newly patniM aad d#m- oak iraef lot of apprnttaaktely i-j a*re. ' oeyoi-iuj luum Byr«--. 
laneni Light floors g AQAA Tha bou** ba* a ibmugn ball liytof-roam. 1 . 

glUM. Fail prCta 54yV/U 1 dinlhg-mom a badroom* 4-pUra baihronm 1 IV’** tornfsbed owmt > 
aiupw rwi wue I p.bmit ktuhen and millty ranin Full 5** 

-Fun brica far khla d-rma , Manterit wiib hai air pto* fimiaep and 1 O M«l lor fartbar djKail* 

' abiBgto-fidlag bangalew _ I* ] aa aatra fitiUbed rwoa. Thaee to a aopa- | TYnr_TOP nohb off 
Ip ba*e*p*nt. shprnd bath Oaod , yaio natching double garage Bttuated on , | ] cireto *l'>4en 



• fifty dMiier*' diwn poymenl aad baianrt W , «jiuei»d to Beaenn RUl F*rl LW)R BALE-** ACRES. 13 CIEA RED. 

•r M ■•nlhly ppyment. aouM roa ?, *! g ,j%*g V* ^ raat old *tump« aad Mpiber. I^oaw Pull p 

btodTy am* Boa BTgk Cntonirt r*)"! V'* *"» . "JH'*' _ »,«wpipg barn COUrM 

partKutare An *eea<iil* emptoyad aiih 1 ^bafRONT BART BOOKS. VERT ' eoneenad ta ehtrken*. wnodabad. ger- | wi»o« 
a **-l->ae wp Vic tntie firm ^ M*lV#r#d. IH a*r«a. IJM a_07J j am and aib*r imtl) building* am^aem j ^ 

4 M arSKINO EKVEBArMOUaKB FOR oywO^BUhSmb tOTTE. ALL CVtri' Vabbla^KUl »„ », 

eV reliable eiimt* aiih **^f* inmn**. j { ^,1, gr » ijv on Bmedaor, ^ gd«4. Cebtntot ILiLfif 

iKpi mav be paryheMg ailh doan pay- poih fn. MM Lallli.g. Ba* lt3*. _** . ._..~ 7.. u 

nopto raoiong miae** gl M® • |* ^. SiInfo»d.' BaaoKb E I AFLE RANK BAANICNTON. 



Pull pdrUculan wUl appear tn tlus 



J *eyS' 1 Qlenford-' Baantcb i\|AFLE RANK 

_”TT i T — ^•.S'^uTin*. -'I *e»r Ytouwia 



♦ dOCA~'^“ bamptofit wiib hai air pint fimiaep and 1 aoo »'yoiy/« a--a- 

$4yOU ahlpgto-fidlag bdNfbtoN |- Mtra fiiilAbed rM. Th*n to a aopa- | xm-l^TOF ROME OFF gOADRA ON 1- ' dneadrop a««iju 

fwmp awIM Ip ba*#*p#nt. *harM bath Dead rau nau-hing double garage Bituaied an , |J ‘‘ j, t|.,40fn g-ronm wMta 

gardas tot Half raah will handla I Al®"* bNftoalo*. I y*am old. naw.y radaee- , ^jlX-ROCM RANCH RUROAI 

MV BNP B BAJkOAOt J!*** rated Fuu-atoe ba*#meot bav-alr air- ^ Ig prw appreaimaitly I «d 

\y,trT«, thto mien •” CaMolet j eona.Uooed furntry .iiy. lved gar.ge to- n»g gar.ge and hr 

(49^0 “»72Soe^^moio •• heauufia l^Y OWNXR HALF MILE NORTH OF rated a« 40l*t dred eurt yTyet f"» yvu are tonairg for a lareir 

y^.T rY **??■?;_ 15 gu Ule an ta»l Saaeich Road. i »«""■ rWJdrm Ctom u whn-.l onA on*y come and • 



fHV OTBicmnc pousw ■•rvn enuavM vn , r i ar.^om^ a *Mimb 

rd‘^?f.sy * yV^^Tw. wTrr.d*?i^ 



aod Biyplire oaroyt,. gsrige «ruj. ir*yy . CANH DIRECT FROM OWNER 
dneadrop Aytom Letoe-a j\ prto* aa* 

to*tl loeaitoo Boa g0d3. CelFOtal 



rnoa | rpwo HALF-ACRE LOTB NEAR RCHOCIL 
*311 1 •nd bu* ttny OP Aprot end one on 

•'mp ' tpmm J*m nfl Calar Hill t'r"0»o*d. IMO 
: earn llbton 1I3X _ 

can rpwo nicb AcitEB in oordon head. 
ttal’e ^ 1 Be**ambto._Oao#r, Albim irrx 

1 Tt^andb” wattofront FROFERTT . 
. I ) ^juufsl y|*a Frirwd raaaaoakly. 
I I O dlM 



31 "near Ytotoeii, •Jblghly e^- 

tivewd leeel l*nd. eOHable lor b^ 
of ferHim »*rp H» a M It. 
power Bungatow-.iyi# hoaoe of *»yen 
rnoM Terr attrecti** kurrodadi^ 
merlile llftit. pump end bh""* * •f,V**5 

If. oenlfy al far*, a ealuabi* addltim. 
ahlrh I* bibM /ar wa»yrl»to b®^^ 
Apply wmiain Ce»ej. Mabto B»nk Far*. 

Beanichtan. V I 

i)RAIRlB~LOOOI FARM OR EAST 
I Saar.t*h Road, nafoylte Alrnart — M 
•ems 1 freeiiaiao will ■•»# good pub. 



olA-ROCM RANCH RUROALOW REAR- 
^ i« nvw •Doroaimaitly IPMMuare l**t 



torata Fin* tuna adyeniaed. 
Rn'lRBD COOFLS BFXCtAL 



Beaa fruit tr*y*. toeeiy gerden an ari* Early pooye*yh>n 6an*r. O PM4 

lat. High loeauon. C*ond *i»w of see I — • 



rated Fuli-atoe ba*ymeni bav-alr air- ^ ly pew appreaimaitly I Md nguare Itet p 
eonuiLioned furnary aiiyi'lved garege to-’ ^|ita a'va-n^ garygc and bteyyyway It _ 
rated a« 40l*» deea eurt yreet Hw»1 f'rf ,vu aie tonairg fur a torelr home *t a wyiyg 
young rhCdrm Ctom le whn*>l on.i •hjto- , ,,oi» on*y mm* and ■* Uiv* ot»t _. 

ping dlrtflrl. In new di.ui.v amnKg wh*r niier Phone awoer. E 3IPA riciU 

new hrmee Bi-enml new a* cuv nrd M>e auPnintBowL 1 n 



F JTC.ROOM bvroalow Tr oak bat. 
Dorib of the Atenne wtb pp* gig iBt 



rati Mr Blankipouw. CakaidP to Way Ltd. 



« . ’ tnad fat eeteral Utoucapd dnU#** par $**■ 



AmAAA — Neal Mttto l-rons alwnto uUJitr ronto Ntn 
B jOUU bungnlaw. Ugbt ftoart All [ H L dobiuon 
piMkared ftrapiare 4-ptoto Fambrnka ' r-^r — X— «--“r 

KmKmip. • yetre aid. One ar two lot»- T?Y OWIW 7 



ridMBDUTE FORRSRBION-dSTM CAPH 



city cpnire. 1 una* nr eirhaitge- RubcpI'>w. 4 romn*. water auiii'iy CImo tn take p«i SR 

bedmnmITkl* Myie«-ma«n I* p II. kii- Eie.<r<r. light H SN Fhoee 

' rhyn Was*, iunren* »uUab'y ‘or. Md- ■ HU^g p(i«r > p m. 



Baaslrb. two 



tilea froM city aanirt. 
DDFUtX 



aad Mount Baker Large gnrife and I f MMBDUTE FORRSRBION-dS TM CAPH , 

ttUJity roniB Nine allet la city canire. | 1 una* or eirhaitge- RaBcal^w. 4 romn*. 

H L dobiuon | bedmnrn I* • I* Myie«-ma«n I* a II'. kii- 

T^OWH.n.-7.RCO« BiMTiCTST '.^S VVr.'. .S'r'Li"'..!!!:; ' 

1* low. (Uliable Urg* famllr Large , ^Uctrlr nain water ireniporiatinp poe«* ^ix 
garden fenced to; rlewo to pubitr mod i gonr |g mine fenm erhool churrh anil ^ h 
new Topat Junior High srhmie to et- ' aegrb neei to kCDeral siore and pe.t 
'•lleni rnrtdltlon. rienr mie Alan five- oBre t* err* at beautiful Meu-anain 



.HAWMtOAR LAKE BEMI-FTRIBKCD *- 
^ ra*rlw bn'Ue w.lR cetneni ba*eav*nt. 



I,TLiVR ROOMB—MODBIR, n'LL RASE- >> M * IM Fhane CotoUlto 
I men* eliy or Jubitoa Yntoe In MIM. 

Depaalt gl dM No agenta. Bn gldd. Cal- 'V’OO CANT PO 

1 tht* large rhule* buiWliBf to» 



• _. ’ gn«4 fee eeteral Utoutapd dnUan nr »ea- 

vf'ATKRFROHT LOT. RRENTWOOO ' *oa kerbed b» ‘f** ''*1* ..7*.’” A” 

\ *bo CANT o6 WROHO IF YOU BUT |g laww for erertthtor wh#B TOP ren toad 
tht* large rhubw buUrtibf tot «37k , up in# “♦•T fr-eie *nb y*m* own beef. 



/«l«watorir,Kr..Xp:.'i VU-ROOMEO NOUdE.-TuuT'cEMma ^ •m^otoaiu.'i; ___ 

;'Ve’^'*to'Te’Srrr“r.‘,r;’':7d'^-.-t vV.e.^,V‘...ct2mi‘! o“r’ Vip^^^U g VTl^ | ' $3500"J2" 



CAR FOmnVILT BELL A MODERN 



I CAR FC 
4 ne g. 



CiaiO'tO Baanicb B<'C TTTb Color lat 



yyal, rreaw. fea»’iB€ dark /hkiyn. eir , 
«« ihlf dolfit renrerw* Fftoe gMnaa wr 



romw bongbiew for gggM caeb. I -nlA ACRBB WITR a-ROOM ROOBE, «,«r a«*r, or will eall pari OtofJ rwurmy 
a ealf-etmia:ned aiiU* to tb* 3 f»aJE#d and *h*0»ed Behind INaod lo agema Own»r L. O Thomee 



* Mog pp-and-d»w« doptoa '•itont mr*dHlon. clear mi# Alan ti*e- eBrr ' 
A.F!rrJM*lm dh^ bungplnw Onyy |» «ma erboala. R uM 

^2! clear llUe Phono B M71 



I ^lorkwond 



♦n watortcOTi On# kulta eaeant. one Lk^ 

rewind Onod tarma. fbURRaiDB DIBTRICT-dTOCCO BUN- TN ito.MtLB CIRCLE FOOR ROOM 

nsi* m 9 mm M OuT Idnae ** gain* with full cHoeoi batotooBt and 1 bungatow, nUllto. fnur-pleca Fembroka 

***** «rp 170 r, * garage: large angbl llytng-rnoa. ■odara bathraoa. cinaa ta bw *tep IM7 tadgo 

turhyn. and two badranaw. new piunbing Attoue. Frica M.9M 

mCRAB. BROTKERB and beattna aTyiem. Rend* a fardnntr la . o,. - 

■a Mtinwta BlrtT* BTd4t flnlah K aff ^Ired right al Mm Fhotie I LEAL FAMtLT 



WARTEO FOR ACABR CUIirT 



, ^FACIOOS g-ROOMKU HOMS AT AN i WARTEO FOR A CABR CUIRT 

lakb"h'ilI 1 ^ etrepttonaJ uafgalB Owner aiMl eail. qeytyiRS OR FOUR ROOMS |R OOOt 

I»4-M1Le‘**%ICLE FOOR ROOM _1 1 aha[.e al Breniwood. Bhawnigao Uke 



bungatow, nUllto. fnur-pleca F*mr>reke 



enttooal uafcaiB Owner ■ual ean. qeytyiRS OR FOUR ROOMS |R t 

■net IMd Letohnie - I * ahai.e at Breniwood. Bnawnlo" 

i^tlJN^— 4-ROOM COTTAOB. 3 LOTB. ' Bonk*. BMner *e Deep Cor* 
a? gl gM eaak wlU haodJa Fbena Col- j VAU-AHCB B SAWYER. LTD 



llALF-ACTtE U7T8 AND ROUBa cAt'aee water i 
gy MP mynar Olanfard and- Mar- fnm aFw tawtra 



-Fun prtaa far thin l-arre farm. 
AIM aec* cMared Fwur.rwom 
Her and eltelrUI'y ■*» fl*** 



KItfiHA^^'8 TH» AOCnOKlKRa 
WILL OONOUCT 
Tins IMPORTANT SAL* 

^ lll.’i FORT ST. 

GM41 

Opening Auction 

' of 

Regular Monthly 

! Auction Sales 



RES OR FOUR ROOMS |R OOOD Ktniie AteBU** Fh"t># ColkuH* 47 T 



^...,_ _ # J CArt— •** •^‘** kleared 

5 V, ^ri OR FART. CORNER BIMOR $4DUU with « r*mF aajtaaa ^ PUU 
and BlenkWica Calgulta JNIR ’ hundtoae to Keatlne dlsirtri 13 «Oea frw« 

2 * *0000 RUILDIRO UrTS. RAROT U>- , ’ _ . _ _ 

#Mtog BapuliaalA Bypeemable E kPM MtCRABL BROTRERB 



M E5T OPFKR BT JUNE M WttX TARE No ageni* 
IS-year-nld flt*-r««m tlutTA home 
Full naeefnPM Imi air furaare and S-ranm . K ' 



TDEAL FAMtLT HOME OR REVENUE 

1 faur badraOBU, pritary. Id minD’y* 
Iran lowp, (iclnlty Cra.gdetrocb. SMT3 



guitt 3MR 

UTOF -- FOR'bALE'oR TRADE. A * 
^ *nn« eiiteca bungnww L«w tetea 
O TT44 



WANTED , 

rV’ANTED n* UFLANOR OR OAK BAT I 
t * Owod h«toe wiib 3 or ■•» bedrnama. ' 



huUdinae to Kentltva dlstrtrt 13 mltoa trwm 

rtty 

MtCRABL BROTRERB 
tid JPhnaoB SUeat B TMl 



_®?**®* DHTRICT I «uiie yopnrtte p.umKtng. gW per Amfiib 

a TTRACnYS ROME. BBBT MATEIUAL ryyenue Owo*r lea<ir.a eilv f ■aeeUie 
J\ gsd oofietrtM-iinn Ihraaghoai. Arwowi*. • la 3d day* OkSdft liM Stanle* 

Fttotonk* bakh. full bMameat. Iiuadry ' - rtw-wwa w*ui,_aivnrv 
takn furaae* dr1*e-lp garag* larg* **• |J* OWNBI. E ttat-BlX-lurK 

ri^tod amund* shade tree*, fln# eeleeUeB 9* aeinw. ibrr# brdrAmn,. ne 
Af frwn IraM. Eicepttonnl QTQCA *"*’ Cnnsider ear *« part 

ealsa at Itenaai . */®JU OWNER -NEW FOCR RO( 

■ I Ma CASH RANDUM ■ * gato* girM*. lull baeeA 

■ ■ ir4 a^eut . .Mid paeeea d*mr; liMg MI Jodnh I 

yoRIIXB OCBTHIuf— Fapuly ,bnma. aaiid __ . — .. — ______ 

ewMirwrUAfi to pyrraet aoatnUMi thmugb- __ 



,A On.TfVATTD ACRER FOR EAt t 
lU w’th * new mnders l.bedmn« hAme 

HerdWAMl naAT* IhtaPPh h»ll •'ertUc 

refif*. N W he*l|r>t rt«to *-lpp»y #1 



H y OWNBt. t *«Bt -SIX-ROOM BUN 
aeinw. itirr* brdrpmn,. •.<n*ni 

and mt Cnnsider ear •« pan payment 



Ita «Q agent* _ . . » y oaao baib* wiib 3 wr mara bed r nama. ’ nr a i i^ici il C/V^MC 1 A ' '•'‘•“y" ' "• r*— 

we 'rrw;««-M7 r? TT — — rii^ rpilt BMARTEBT DE»U»iED BONOALOW den. Nreant* uukrien. cUeni aauid Hk# ' OtAU I IFUL >LAJR.C 1 U w'lh a new mndern i bedrr-) 

ii:. , S' an outstanding buy -v;*'7!w'n:.Mvr“S’-J'‘’;, 

lAAl I lu*l beifia buni. Full *>*-rmr>' UiA.iry he«h, eti urii* *•"••••0 ,1 ' WE RAVE CAPH OtrTOMlRB 14X)E. new* uAftotohed hei'geia* dhav* _ . 

mi t.ibk, Rn<kwaal Ia*u»«m-< inrn„yh.,aU W«». see ' *RO EMALL HOMES ' gnd cedar ahlinf etianor dc-arleae »*• aw <wr>wwin« VA 

1 BeaiillfuJ yiea af mnui 'am* atd orrhmrd* | msmi w'lb lub loia'U »a« Rtnriae r^m MICRAEL BROTfimE «mb r-mm ted kH»Nari, bo'f *ith piaie NOTIfE OF INTt TIO TO 

1 O" high land F-ire If VUl Trade I..' a 0«l h**' » -♦*-* P to Ten bud J^.y* lll*a^tora |r#A'. .amma.dmg #*!#•• TO t EAlIk UA.NR 

bua email gt* a«ry<r* *.ai.w». *i li liyi'-i- any bleak M'»*t »e« le a»pr*cU*e Fimte til JobntAa Bttrael t TMl Ipyalf barbae tie#* spending ___ _ 



^ UveEock, implements, 
Machiner; 

? JAYNE3 FARM 



/ mmtm a-litw km*' ! BeaiillfuJ tie* *f Avnui 'ain* atd orrhardi I tn«NB w'lb lub Inii'U !!*• Rtnria* r^m 

IjY OWNER -NEW FOCR ROOM RDM- I ^ high land F'lre If VUI Trade a rt«l h**' r <>wpe» P'A* Tei’ bud ^ae« 

I* galAA aarMe. lull ba*am»n* bua ymau gt* aeretr* *.%<.»••. *i h liyi-i- any btoa* M'»*i »*• I" epprecUie FlM>t e dll John 

* (weeea demr: |k IM MI Jodah Rireei guauer*. Ih |m»d ditlUel an Vaatenyar I B IVTI tu» *ppm'>t*"»i »" *’•• F® : _ . 

. 1 • — ' fiiyr.fl Jack R Mtrnr, Be* 311. Ktiewi a. eaenU •» mi,y»a pWM* Frtr* t# tag 



rakkligriirn to pyrtnet aoadiuna tnraugB- 
Mt g.r*Am tvungblAW, I gnad Hie bed- 
twAM t'lli ceairwk ggafaoi. furnare. 

sr,r.?«.T . $6800 

RSYENCE ROME 

Main ftatv. 4 air* brtohi rwomi. a*if-aan. 



Bam* * atre* r:*ared but na*a up m 
lukurian* d?)rw*h af a<«ied ritniyg* Raaeb- 
type new uAflntohed bei<f*iae Rhak* 
and cedar aiding etianor dc>aciaue ii*- 
iMg rmm ted klirhan. bo'h *iUi piai* 



NArtfE OF lUTtNTION TO 4FFIT 
TO IRARt UA.UR 



CADRORO RAT OR OORDON READ 

G lobe to water, with oood ntw 

aad treed IM > bedrpMpa nn. baae- 



1 AKEFRONTAOI — MODERN E T UcCO 
* family haaie etlMaiea nn apitirvit. 



RERE rr IS' 



$500 



CABR. BALANCE MONTRLT. OF 
farad b* buemea raupto far a 
d 3 *p 4-rowa cattagt wiiBik 9- 



anlrld* to ih*ton *ar*i»e. and camplet* ** 

I7i1# to ll>* beal teairwBl bx* EX.QAA •* R**h*T "rt.b**ia Btoirirt 

p* kaaw af at 500UU . ri'dRg WOTICR that talaad Tbg B Barg# 

I Umlled af Vtrtart* .<»rrupatl.a Iwwinf 



aianl. fairly ne* ard mndern m 1 heat pra- aiately 1 arre lend, rnr>M««in 
feread. Ca*h rlient Fbena Mr Fiii. li*l»g.rnnm W’lh grai'lie lirynn 

.... .... roam, wl»1i rlo*ei*. mraem k< 

OAR PAT op FAiPnPleO AllAfMhAllF dblt d*fMlkDr kd»MKf&BA 



talMd l-rn^ auu# ^*"1 Madam i bedracm hnav# with taod bate- 

>adPW*BL MMg-gggM; eBeM hae M kOU ra.h 

frwn. nnea la Kltonl M.dM rath ban- ■aoih Fbune Mr. Rrlgi.t, 

nlea. lOtaraunt far e*ib' CAinO evae O dW 



living. rnnm W’lh grei'lle liryrnar* ) hr. • ,«,»hTnn», yreare'a fall remenj 

rnpm, wl»1i rto*ei*. mrdern k<iri>*n wilh i hgirmr'" *•»• '©I I ' fr'.rrd Ceay# 
aiitomylir nil remker br»a«*a«v •"••'k, la-g* ' eyr*r>n'> g -'ne t.iw yll 'r Te*m* A. I 
i-ptoi-e Ptmbeaka baUiraam With llnra eieer tiiie n f*ne 



T hat wrWTiUTtT FROOM BTLTCO k®? F'^*'! * *.^^”** oKtagt *iu>ik j- •» gna* af at »OOV-h 

PUPg.'na fi.i OMare Nmtre. Vr- »»* e*rrlt E dSM 

lare* ing-ruam dmint-mam I bedrimm*. 3.p»e • a e« &<•.•>•« a ri 

s;:™:- wanted in dean heights Alfred carm^hael 

eyrrr.h'. g -ne T.tip yll r Te*m» A-l • C C\ I TH 

• laei Mile (I y*M MABB-MaMeyaR I reAM. giadaea Ba**- 0< t-W. UIL/. 



Ibrnvr JiroF* RO^ Tr«ah RarB 

f)i N<;A!V, B.r« 

$1onfluv« Juno 26, I6G0 

* « 

Al 12:30 Noon 



$6800 



,Rg NOnCR that talaad TM B B*r#e BU)^™ MkllilBna BfHl dll 

Umlled af Virtnri* .nrrupatinn Iwwind lala|ifl piRntk Will bc prFRFnL Oft 

?:rto.i.2;^mrrra-'^?'.rdr • • /«9H Vd1U» fw your llvealock by Of. 



alia. lOtarauni far e*ih. tAlOO ® •/»’ 

Frla* ^ nEIBTERMAN B CO — tllfl 

RAROAIR-’-fV®** **b^ batsmen*, fur- j 

**. ^* .'*^”^ $4950 ’ r'*OAR RILL RriORTEl RTU.-TOF 

pyMa llevtoe* 3 hamei Re*h'if>i> *•*• *f *e# *"4 

Eyeningr mouktair*. pitiwre windawa ibrougbnut 

#. VhMtor. O MU - 1. Retoan. B f*dV J«bfto^ 



runboard Itr** yeranda. t»*rt be«yn*er( 
wilh •'iiomi:>. «<y>irv- n>.mp ae]>ya<* H* 

i i'id* and 'fed Near high aehndL Fnr* 1 
T MA fhone R*1«nnt NhY , erp 



) ARUB SIX-ROOM T HR KB- BEDROOM I ^rmf •• ngd Mr 
w euagatoe *M*r givle to Muad rtonn ' ^ M,e 1 1,1 F7ll 
raaditinn, n*e*m«nv with go*d hn:-*ir _ ^ — 

Pioad furnar'. Uyiag-rauai wllk gwad Rre- ; er*WO FAMTLT R' 



yi*no-inrwr i-room house wru,- nw, ..v 
I •••naird to Oak tat Full ba*eme*.i, f,er* Y^eic /hAiF da\/ 

erparaie pa-arr Itonrdltlr nrrnpan-. OLDER lYPC“.*OAK BAi 

le-p »■*•• Term* Neat aff*re mneld. 

ermf •• nM Mr Bl*r>kto»<m Cabeida 7-bMruMl k-rnMtow wanied far raah 



ROME tOCATORB REALTY CO 
m OMtral Rutldtng Fhasa C 

FAlHrtBT.O 



mouktair*. pitiwre wipdawa ibrougbnut P'oad lurn*r», Uytog-raaai wllk gwnd Rr 
toan BfidV Flaatermi klirbm* naaf aad utUH* Tiled I *'•#• le'** dtol^-cwom 

ba^mnm en-r eepa-aie ahoaer Faaelled Pe"i7 *'*b Irt* af rgpboafdi. ' prtr* n W fik* M*‘-a R'wi 

LTT CO llfing-ronm. dining-raem hail aad 3 bed- ' Ihree-ptor# b*lhr*vlb gewn. ,*onkRN A-ROOM M 

Fhane OklU toam*. I bedmam up Fart baeemenL fur- , r>*ag «wdl»to«. For# i2* t 

uac* and nrwplacw. •tCMR tor>a*. Owner, I OBeri tomiderad Ara * ew.i*r. MM L Rea »•#• le>w iat*« v 



WO FAMTLT RODEB OOCRLE nUMR- 
*ng It 3N» d"W" g>4 per AMBth Ful' 



_ ragip*n«, |nien<1* la eppiy rar a mere »■ . .. e,,. vfWir tlenatnrk hv ftf. 

Al CBCrt ^ AD AA ir'I-tACt Ih* fnltowlng 4e»rri«-a 'end. '“<> Vdltiv Tryy yoUF UTvatock oy oi 

'AMTFn IN DEAN HEIGHTS ALrKcU LeAKfVULpnAtL c«*iaienrirt a» * nahn f**' y ®‘ fdrirr them for rrIf oil ECQinpbilUkB 

/-we I bk/ lie L/i-A-vie I Ibiwi • • V I XPV a poe' pl«nird an »ha ah«re ll-e ef Re»ne* 

ggawi.ggagk eeeh • ruMie RHMeea Raae- 6 tL/. Ll O. i Ra* iM laei anrth a* *he BW rnmer af UldrEdL 

•ton. ^eetonual ^ y ** '*'*'*'"*!l_r’**^'* .L AU IldtDJ aoiq WlU bf PSK) fOf Bt 

.... «o.Dn Um.o.«a- -rrocU.V.tr*«on.bl. 

OLDER TYPE— ^AK BAY Membar *f iiai Ee'aie »«•»* •* Viitort# „* a-4 »*®^hinr Errtn.t«l Oh fdqudkl. Phone or 

li arre* mare ar leaa fat ih# pufRnte •» 

todruMi k-jAMtow wtiiied (ur raah Mg ginregu . WFltd llaUnfS tn Covtchan AiricUty 

lee to M Ida ■ fPLAND TW * BAROB LIMITED. Boclety. DuncBR Phohd 1T1. 

Dated Mar 3dth. liM . ***"* 



1314 BROAD BT 



Fnei la M MO 



Alblan 343R 



er"'" _ G6337 

^.^Aiow GEORGE E. THORNELOE 



eOST. FCLLT-MODtRR. THRET-ROOM 



rOOlRN • ROOM ROME WITR imi 



. . \*A*-A»fT WACRlFirt EFLOW CONT 

I ROME WrTR mi.. ' l,»anr.g f'M M*dym itt.ara n.ing*- 

enm wArtwa : ^ bungakto Tbftmfb hall. Ihruu-gtoe* I l‘Y f®b» Rpailettly rteia tofld# aBl law 1 »«*tu aid Phaua B «7I Oerrt 

A modern EOROAUJW. WJR RW« bulhmem. dHietie, uililly, remd r*nit.g, w* Tenrti»« kilrdi. pwllrhed finer*, y- v*#-' w-wwr r nomtkO rT t 'Cm RUN- 
,tih wua rm>m to ba»emen« Rylnt- newly d#m»*ied Balf-batomeni fum*/* rhea range -.'r ear/ •.■y.t* purk-ltoe \* !C W^ 

WUB fireplKW. ^*wn ' Mrag* Urge to« taeel* yigw TUM 1 1*"6. I"y*ly^**rd*n **"2**/ 4*1^? P*''®»» J. 

riSTnyT balheanm Y#P**l*t. blind*. ,,, ^ P^ T»unn I ThI* U a ham* T"« wfR he I'ad fa l«n* *g* 7ik W»t»m *•»•»• No deatore 



3d3 CERTRAL RUNS 



SOOKE — SPECIAL I tora for *ale ID 

ROCHE COVE ^BALEO lerdme kddraeaed to the WBder C, ^ I 

341 ACRER AppfRf an* •n# harbar , O ylgned will k* reeeiyed up I* I P m 

frwniage AdKIlffi $4000 ' STm ‘ ‘‘ ’***‘ *** AlTTiaNrrmil kBtf 1 

*^‘*NO Rmmmabto Offer Refu-ed j Fj.n^5M'*iiil!iTBk7urL2.'; LANGLEY I 



LOTR TOR *AUI 

SEALED lerder* kddrpeped to tha WBder- 

^ sldTied will k* rceeiyed up I* I P m 



GIBSONS 



Ipukdry tnbr. hni-air 

furwv* 



$7500 



thraudb and pmud ta awn Ar« ynur prF* 



TWR-ROCM AFARTMEHT-HOIIRE on | funvar#- alterbed garage tltu- 

rtoM Biruar; burdwan<. nnar*. full bate- „„ nieel* need bH yloea to JUtaiM* 



i «ORV g-HOOWKt> BUNOAI.OW WITR < any reaaanakl* after *'v#pud Scimnni 
' eeira mtwB In apeement Ceaieei UTT 



r*M BlrUMi burdwand. nnnr* 
meki: bal-air Ibmar*. 

ttorpid rakf. aeparai* garage 



$9500 ®"4 H— P»^> 



LOW nOWR FATMEJfT Ai.’CEFTTD 



, iLOWf TO CENTIUL 

tl Room. LDfOEI* AVENtTE. 7Y^ < e brIfBl and warm. will-b«at ffee- 
i_imi bnl-atr furtiam (hteaid ea^ raa*n bungalow Raeeaeni. M* Qweeaa 

KAl.* nel tocem* approilmiiriT JIM gg*pg 

^Uiahed urge ^ 

; IrVH*. Iireplare, garage Few «ien* U 



b‘ . I \f ODERR 4 ROOM BORilALOW. NEWIT , wharf tw' g-w' en-naree 

fTRAl. PARK LIOWT ' •** deckfblkd o*ra## ' F»4ulkea R»w •i«tag tr«ii) ranmeyy ta armi* 
war* w^-b«m flee- ' 0"f®‘a rwat girtea /'!»•• to Wf*^ TTeunp* Ryeimg 17 T 

I -I? L- !!T* . ind irantpnrutink. Tm* after a •«*»• Na ___ , 

Ikeeaeni. M* Q»eaaa , o meg %i»4TERFRONT wmi bOAT i 



> gala* ftowem beymienr" LM.Ml yy OKirP* • • 

gp. Sik WH-n ••rer. No deetore ' , . Al UlNUC . . . I 

lk»ATEtifRrtTgT NttrW TfRIVE. RnrNT- Oa,x» m.ngeMto, pp* ware *hkp ll yeaM 
I >> -*rtd e~ti»lyrine of «?♦*#••***•». diA- ' did » a#4faam*, wiadem kltehenbdeeme-v 
‘lne .I2Jr' bXIU »wa bedfnna,. Ipre* Eaey feerh VKtarip RLgb M MS weHtog 
' dreyetae.mnm befhmr-n l*p*e~yn» ear- . yp Rpitoy. Eventogl. B kdll 

pp* g.liH* mam. yh'.wrr 0|i.0-tf*“f 
I hrii Wharf da*' #r— •* an'har**# Frtr* 
ai« laa fTmei ea«rie»f ta arm'* OwRef exm a j re me«^>.sa. i * k k 



tubyrrt la Itrdey ar Bdiidirto inewar 
A . <>nr-r>. X- a re w i/mii A Cl I dema’'»hed #Hp*W rredd^i an. 

ALFRED CARM^HAEL “:ti K*:"*:..; 

& CO. LTD. retllftod fh^«® »•» »^**v,yg* 



irYDERR LAnUE 3-ROOH BTPCrO. 



VVATERFROWT Wn*H bOAT ANCHOR 
y y eer mnarea 7 mrm h^m* i.-»r’* 
gr— Tf<d* inmyrrA ppg mrlu-led ^T'lful 



I Wtuawk dutrieu Oak R»r Threegb ' «UkM nwa.r OTTW 

,'t pier n'rk muni tn baeeRiep' well . 



- Call W Bailey. Eventogi. B kdll 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED 

im OOVERNMXNT ETREKT OlUt 



UId BROAD BTREET 



YALLANCE dl dAWTER. LTD. _ blgRway. 31 3M 'Bai'dtfS, Cetontn s " ”* 

• *** 0«3ll iyiROOVA bay. FTYE ROGiCB. «4 \|'oDBRN~BUNnAL^ FnCR! tJARnB 

T\ » ~ ' ' evrw. Ml-fural lTto d. I9.M Bet dwc .1| remM. breskfee* neak garage •#•■ 

■ . - CMnnuA gpM «hed rinpa ■ acaapi, gi*r«. Iraa*- 

ruLBAJk Tm» MOORRN RDTfOALOW- penation MddO JMM _ 

■ r! ^f-w*ww a ' ' ‘ *‘*'* *1“ XfALARAT YIEW NEAR CWALET. lid 

A lt OTFORTWTT TO FCR^yt E _ ■■,! wur gwb fu IMl RamRda Waet M „ Wdhwke aew *«wr«p 3 bed- 
E M -fpw bwkdaigv •* MPwmr \ nnwnarAyw bame Rrypiar# raniar* to b**emen«. 

5 ^ * diiriu-cMto. «*binei wmx. eta.. MRM to neir .ffer. B Udl. 

rwto-bed-att* todroana Fambrwke ir* INndey ralle, pN**# 

S ’llmPtna FWI «*•#«! b**e«#"t *'‘b — _ 

*ip ell rname AUerhed ger«g* | OAK BAT BOtmi 

‘•Ir Ml PIIR tsa-fddt fruniage all to I VO*hLT NEW STOCDO RtfMOALOW OF 

•••Xa ekruha. gardas aad ebeda aak* l a* 3 eharmlng y.«a*. brtthl kitrh*n 

OM# UlJa- EQAAO l,^LFORD KIHEBT-EIONT ROOm. 4 •ir*d tto raaie all heal, aad aeiMrei* 

Waiwa aA wOOW fj yaoM and laltol dawn. * uw wHb garage Cl*** to gnif enure* and Irepa- 

^ T mill. rum balhtoa* and aaparute IMIvl W*l| glta- • panattoa. Owner Mnaalerrad, 

temw ORONwooo, ^ M,,. ^ 5Y4UU 

tail Braad Btml Upper futt* wuaM Maw gnad O^'YCAi 

m^ltklVT rgeaawa. EKlaMe*. w/OOUl FaIRFULD 



fta't pier 

Mnrt-rapea 

BJito 



Frtr* 3ig43t. 



(V*««>VA BAY. mt Room ^ EIOOBRN BUNOALOW. FOUR t>ROt .hirihe^ 

k^etew. MM-furnUlied. I9.m Bet diac .7| remaa. brepkfe#* need. r*r*g* •••■ ’ gJe-rnpm weffrTreci heme »h» 

C***"***- — due* »hed riraa to eeaaaL 4tor«. trana- ' p.*,,, pf ».» fBaumeln* ard »he f.ey#r- 

rvLEAJI Tm» MODERN RUTfOALOW- penation MddO J MM _ ' m-ding totoi^-l af -h* **u Q't be* nm- - j. 

^ ' 4 raa»*. haq and >•'*••;»«.***► Xf ALARAT YIEW NEAR CKALET. lid |r»^* »• »• , SCjriM Br.Utoed. 

■an Wllb gWb fu Iddl RamWda Waat M ^ NtoHwa# new e«wr«* 3 bed- 1 b I3dd ' Fafrf.eid preieeraw 



VOtl CANT NTAT A RrMlDFIlE FOR 
1 re)!-^ wmme'irei y dam Ibli-g* fa* 
yen martaW end pfiymnily The* nn 
a.«aiet yen eeen */> AA# •• ‘hi* ih# rh*rai 



"QUECNSWOOD DISTRICT' 
(ARBUTUS ROAD) 



matt Dtrtrtrt, Ftan 143d building* an Lni* 
•ubyrrt in nriet af Bdlldirto iMparinr to b# 
gema<<*h*a e«tp*l* credit ard Beaiif 
BtrdH* retparU*#!*. BeaeimaH • C ^ 
i^h lender mu«i be errampented be a 
rertlfied rheuae lar |34 M. lM* payable 
to th# undereifwed The nigbapf ^ any 
•eadtr n*l neereeartly errewtid Fu.l par- 
ucpleru pa Bbpilcaliaa M' 

R L COE. Omelaj AdwiIbNiratof 
Adwtoletmer wllB Ih# W’l arareed 
af Ibe Eelaie af Alfr*d E*w'r 
Ryeant Tvre*«ed Mt Central 
J BwiMind- VNi*r»a. B C 

I ' NOT3TE TO fVOVTORR 



xrr«AiMER§ 

lhiluwack 



m'lMAN 



AMiUdRBl ARdtlMka d« Fk* » 



Holds Banquet 



, TWRtS OOOD BVTB 
rWdRMTNO UTTIF COTTAOf BCR. 



I WANTED URGENTLY I •” 

Bnund avt aeur U yean *M. IBre*- 1 
bPdtea* bungala*. Aay gMd dUuirt. 

I Fairfield prefeerad- Clleai mnik l#il» , 

i Wllheut delay aad WUi pav « 4a ddidM t 

I tt yaJu* la Wtofu I 

Call W BaUer. Eeeatnt*. R4dn ' 



NANAIMO, i/und 34 - Alil.ttol 

' Abwal Idi feet p*et NHIRWOOD ROAD e»i gLUABBTII EYA FAt t. ftoMrtr M 4R* bifh dchool CTEdUBtlfm bsnqUri 
. AKBtmid an Ih# nab* .###—‘1# Fl^ oty #1 «»#♦•#»# Sr. Reenyed , tmmm A a| thw PlEM Ho4*l bdllf»b»m 

7 imp * OmaBgawi Obrdene' tot par lign. v*oncR id HEREBY OIYBN iBai leedl- *** ^ _ _ . , 

I .rtalrvy a.?vih5rh*eN* ^ aas^ hjr trudtFva of NMiBlmo School thM 

1 uTa.^.Im im T«:^AV» to. .f I lSi23V*.iIto'iS:S ^rkt ««. •• wbb ttt«ndvd by oturly 
' 5 aU‘*£'uy;‘ • SSSSi « •Sto f^mSi 3 M pvrROM BlMdCim sad uwu 

f IbM after whNN dale the »*#ewtoe wiD W«fT fOUOWEiJ DJf BRnCl^. 



arua ta wtiMB to Ueu. 



FRASER BISCOE'S 



BOtmi rwuBtiT CCDCA 

'EARLY NEW B T UCOO RQNOALOW OF . >pyw 5303U 

I^rming f-me *. brtthl kitrhyn ^ . . . ___ . _,,p 

Ito raage all heel, aad eewarei* ,3 New. awdrm 4 fwtoedhuntainw wi h 
Clae* to gnif enure* and Iren#* 3H acray. ew* •* eem Oaedaa • YXCA 
M Owwee Ire^yrrmi. Hee^ -B/.J«fW 



1 .*»)"* to pyrferr madlllmi; VbW R*y*l _ 1 I Fb9 ••• 

41.1 y-to-r— • g*'«g*. ’• adre .'i>ie»ed PcfTibcrton, Holmw, Lfo. 

•to a «ulH rwuBtiT CCDCA 



CDCIITNET rr. 



CRfLAO l^^LFORD KTREBT-EIONT ROOm. 4 •irH 
900\J\J Fj raoM and IMMI dawn. 4 u» wHb garage 



> A bMJOaUi l-ROOM YVECTTR «TDCTO 

-4aahTS:-£S 



n bafhron* aad aeparat* IMIvl Wyll gna- panattoa. Owner Mweaferrad. COAHA 

alad etaea I* part. A raalty ga^ buy. m Bual atU wetoVJU 

Uppar futta wuwM Maw gnad *7X1^^. _ 

m#vlt3IVT rgeaawa. EKlatoea. w/OOU FaCRFIELD 

. FamRy haato *f gtt iwmeii nat aew but 

RALF9 ■. WTLBOf* ■ ggpeiHal candlUan aad ae« DutMd raaf 

J. ^TOCCO » «««« KffUV.s5lTT?Si?Sar-eS£. 

m •iteenM VRakl EMU Beuniad OMN yefi leyme gaa ba arraagM 



Head 

I Of W WANTED an I #»!•►* alt-erer 



Iddl OOTBRnaNT BTREET 



m nortMTt roa kaia 



DEEP COVE 



'•Map Tarang n » 

dtotal-to** eablnet klU 
^VdtaatoA 



taeg* liemg tpum. 
l(Bn. »** tand- 
r* Futobyaka Ve*B. 



' al a fuB prtrd *4 

BATNE REALTY 

ROOM BUNOALOW. • C**»f*l Rulldtog 



^ leeu fMtok • ms 



Id aad*r-«*M. **■•••« lawmsati fbr- , 
aaea garuM toadlkue Naeg MA. etato W 
' tobaniy aiM toe* to* toeaa, ae paywmnt 
' an larwer hawa ar rueanue ta cHy. wp to 
dB.m friwtk *• dkJdE. BdCSd. 



f vletorirRC. I w'U tunldey an edfe* far ihn prapetty 

BR^erWOOD BAT F ROF^TT»- ’ ^ ^ -Cwu to Maw .1 to 

4‘4 A-y« rttof I -'/mm be..** *7 m ' 

SPARLING AT SIDNEY 



diecrtawto U*e aaid atoaianatPM tfto part'#* Tnotc* 0«erM DarUaff Wmi 

enmind Mama, b^g refarY anig to to* rmkmmm •— *eu4 thMa 

Data** nf whtpb u it** haa aailr* T chsIrmBD. Otmr trunsss BOO lOBir 

nn BOTAL TRtTWT COMF^ WlV« B*l Bt UM hBSd Ubk. RbT. 

By Crgaa* Oarey. Law***. Oa?*. Hobm MopdB Bak#4 Ihd btaadthf. 

Qw*®« * »• A loBdt WBB pmpoddd by »obFft 

ifOTiica~To CU9IT0EB UtUd to the tnjetdSB. bin! TruRtos 

"225 ‘ptoSS "ftoSJto W. H Bbu rsMMoM. to lbs gr^f. 

Salaam ' mtM, tf Mhto U JoCnstaMB. WUh 

x«oncE M msBY onrm^ »m. w$iVrr DtoOrtdwoa rBipoodtat: 
■£: aij'j gsjT2a.s yr..ga; «i u. u» mchtn. m u>.m. 
SSK 3 .. 7 .T 5 !Sr .7 ff SiST'i em.. wm. J. r«rt» n yyenyy 

I4M Pvaglae BiraaL Ytobarta BC, bafaea SntFrtBhNIMmt WBd pTOVWd bf 

■ ha 11*1 day af dul* IMd afiet *M>h data Amnmm 

iha beuatar *Di diawtome to* tnid **4*ie , Phyltad rsflFf, ptood, Agnas BFOOta, 



*rA/V/\->«EW. FOUR Room AND‘ 
$5yUU blimy, Barata. ula** ta. O itai ' 



RAROU3 e. CROBd 
Rm) tauim R yaatwead Bar 






W 3RM T LOT. OAK RAT. 

•■ag a im 



iha aatoto af tha abaee dmwaead e >u ber«*I BCM to UIB WRChCn. BE dailiw 

SSK 3 .- 7 .r 5 !Sr .7 ff SiST'i em.. wm. j. r«rt» r mw-yy 

I4M Pvaglae Biraeb Ytobarta BC, bafaea SntFrtBhNIMmt WBd pTOVWd bf 

Z ±‘.3:2 , ehrim *m- e-tou, 

s.5'7; .r.n.’iTs: .:-S3 »»•«**«, »o u- 

nag aauea. . nunnddd of WilUsiR SH>, Snbtl t 

I "«<*» A»Sf**-v. LMUk r»wii m». rnmm Dtotm 

I ■» Wtr%$A Bwnad. Oavkigaw O 0*MA I RBd WUIlBa McM IUbK 



aidfwr Tkl d F lag Tgan|aERyrwMJRwf^M 




/ 



/ 





► SHEET METAI WOtVKS ITD.4 



□nQa|Gaci|aciQD 
□QaalaaalGiaan 
laaasQQ anaaaa 
QEsaaa BonnnI 
bHiaaaa afinnai 
WU3 aanBr] 
kaa □□□ QQi 
[]3a aaaats aara 
M33aa aaoniM 
^aao aaaoQ 
fiaanas iBannn 

laaanlqgiilnnnn 



:irettB!*" t^nel* WtfctlT ibouUd 
‘SUpgo. 1 prtmlM well b*v« jou 



Page 3 2 — Local 



GEE THAT’S CUTE 



4ll out of th« mud tj tomorrowl' 



ilatUi (EoloniBt Vklork, I.C^ Su., J«M 25. IfSa 



UvMavtMC MuM Ki4. Orutf«. ITlM 
RomUiVB. . 

riOITTa RACV— «t«Mi thr— 

*U ud oa« h*If rku!u(i|i 

iKuWclW MM *4 

AIM*' MOM-dDi *M *r M 

F»irlu« <R0r* 

TUB* AIM r«a' MiM B»tnard. 

Oa* Brook. Botito U»At latBoA. 

ChuckMou. Hau OhAnek. l.A<U Two Tam 

QumtUA. IM U 



111 tell you whBt happened, if the 
bedpoct doBUit tickle the sprint end 
meke It roll ofer like e poodle dof 
trylnt to cetch Its Ull. 

<JUUaoa 4 ky Tbo BtO erBCUAU. lACj 



At n umijwfji; 

WINNIPEG. June 34 icr>.-Polo 
Park race resutu: 
riBAT BACK— iieee: cioiaine u>m- 

a or-«.da ABd M9‘ A» e»e luf- 

lOa 

TAliyt kfon 'PolU) . UMMMITM 

PACOlOlA lOtO' 4 M >14 

Bir Kaboy <atroAM> 4M 

Tlaia. 13SI-4. AIM <«An B « B d o n. 
Munis'i P»Ut. Cap**'*' '«u> B«ar Betid, 
JttMle H*Art AUAck. Southern Sam 

a»« R4ir II OM. elaimiM Utrae- 



y so w.4.\y OF oi r ciSTintERs 



THE BTtTK CMCTS 

Tpu sliould have heard tits fine 
roualc the igplrrel trombone player 
made come out of hU trombone 
when the cat «lth the laughlnt 

r,r*- ♦'::)£ rff h!s eep a/'-1 

at the aqulrrel and made him laugh. 
The mualc was go )olly tlj^t fianunle 
and Susie Uttletall and Uncle Wig- 
grlly began to dance, and If Jackie 
Dow-wnw hadn't had a tore foot 
he would have danced, too. 

Then Ha-ha once more put on 
the cap with the allU In the peak, 
ao he could <ee out but other people 
rouldn't aee his eyes, and the aqulr- 
rel trombone player stopped laugh- 
ing into the trombone and the music 
stopped. 

“But mow my throat Isn't sore 
any morel" the trombone-playing 
aqulrrel eaclalmed. "And 1 can play 



Edmonton Printer 
Has Rare Record 



WINNIPEG. June 24 «CP).-^Polo 
Park race entrlca for Monday: 
riasT BAC'C-Ml set. rlAlmlni thr«A> 
T. ^r.aidA ABd HP. All Aild ABI-IiAU fUT- 



( 

\ '.BTr BARd 'CMdlast ISM MM MM 
» Bf4 «IUrt' S0 4S SM 

BA'bAfA Lu >Lka'A> SM 

Tloir. 1 M4-S AlMO t»a- D«!»r. TAniM 
CItpMr Ym MKotd. VAldir.t Hlfcrr. PiiAsy 
B«ou. WAf V«tp. OAlAUk U. 

OAllr Deuklr. iMM. 

THian SAC a— II OM; clAlmlas; f««r- 
rMr-oidt and up: ont nvllr 
0«nlA'» Boy <llori M SO 14 M II M 

Pati Br«k <Oodlry> 13 M I SO 

llrvAdA Curraet SUIn) 1> M 

Tlmr 1 4> l-S. AIM rmn DiAmimd. 
Good Oounirier. -Mucky Drvil. Bud au 
Win*. WIK Y . Arhttr Vita. TaUli.s 
POtBTH BAra-JlOM. thr»4-y*Ar>-o]d» 
end up. and oc*-bAlt lurlono 
BlAckAut Bat itlcAtk' Oil 40 II #0 IS M 
Irla Wwt iR JohnMBl 4 49 9 19 

Bard Man >Ch««> SM 

Tliat 1 IS 1-9. AIM ran: Bnrpla Dr«lrrr. 
WUa Kar. Bky Mradoaa. klaffla Valley. 
Track acratch Crais Cap. 

firm BACt— ttOM. elAlmlns: tbraa- 

G ar-nlda and up. aiA and ona-hatr tur- 
ni* 

KlcanflT (UcAUl |9MMMMae 

fralalArlan iBanortt) . 1 M 4 >0 

Daciitr Mark iRor* _ <M 

Tima l■>ll•9 AIM ran Raw-kaul. 
KInt Touchwood. Border Scout, SIrapr 
Sallay. Wa* Maadowi. 

SIXTB IL«rB.— ISSeo Added' Waatam 
CariAdA HAi'dlrap tbraa-yaAr'Olda and up. 
mile and 10 TArda- 

Lerd rairmend iLaAvlitl ill 40 |9SS IS id 
OAllnn of Gold flJralai TBO SM 

faiAn Blar <S. Jnhnaoni S 95 

Tima I 411-9. AIM rsa- fan Oarry. 
Tranka Mittaka. 

RKVESTN RACC— tl.OM elalmlns: four- 
raar-elda and up. ana mUa 
Luckr L <Achmiadi M49 19 19 14 10 

Spanalad Bella iRoalne) 9 10 1 95 

Out O War (Arnold' 9 19 

Tima. 1 43S-S. AUe rao: AlaMa. Jl.fb 



MatAca 
Patan nisht 
fUaIn 

Quick a Olft 



America's oldest trade union re- 
cently honored Canada's oldest 
sctlV'' union printer. He la Will- 
iam J. Power, a member of the 
Edmonton Bulletin staff alnce 1906. 

Mr. Power received his 00-year 
button from the International 
Typographical l^nlon. He la the 
only 60-year member In the country 
still eetlvely engaged Is his trade. 

Now nearing hla flat birthday, 
Mr. Power started la the printing 
trade In 1684 with the Lanti 
Reporter In Lame. Coimty Antrim. 
Ireland. The next year he went to 
Ottawa and worked In Job shops 
before moving to the old Ottawa 
Bun. 

An outstanding athlete In his 
younger years. Mr. Power was mem- 
ber of the Ottawa Capitals when 
they won the World's Lacrosse 
Title and with Ottawa Rough 
Riders when they won the National 
Orldiron Championship In the 
1890's. 



ror*n»* m wild Tbwu — . 119 

QiirAD Rhymer *IM WhOMidit 119 

V *IM Ouy OrcAmer l>3 

SArAdAml# 111 Shifty Jaba lit 

hr.4'ONO BAnt-~li MO. mildcni; IhfM- 
yeur-oidA And up; aU And •o4*bAll fur- 
lontK 

MithM fST Turk Krifbk ^ IIT 

HfAlJr IOC T*tWiATB . 111 

Boll BobklA ... *109 TlndinA 101 

L«r.t tHnn . Ill Dune * Paw . Ill 
Puncher . lOd Biw Well ...*109 

AIM cltalkl^— 

Bprina Creek lOS Krn Be>ene . IIS 
g.^ten'K Drive 111 Kln( OnKlAUfht 119 
AU lUAdy JoAA ill Millie Glow Hi 
THIRD aAra--ll.0O0 meldeni fTbe Art- 
ful'. iv»-y*Ar-ol<t nUlec, tAAled ta Cab- 
Ad* four fariAoie 

SraM BIaw 118 'TladA Eerk Abb lid 
DUdA Swift ... US iTindA Olft . US 
Queen Jenct . . US Silent SlrtABi — US 
Mat Acer .*111 ArrhenA US 

KxiiAhi pAlry *111 Oha Laa US 

rSahA TindA Stock Perm entry. 
9'UCSTII BACT— .9I.S0S: clAlmlns; four. 
TAAr-olde And up. mOe end oae-eiiblb. 
Jttit Ruety *119 JchArlc IW 

Rey ri TIerrA *119 Clover PAtcb . Ill 
Sier LAncA *110 KAnuki 119 

Q-iIb’e Bally . 190 Teitlint ■ US 

WmtA MoAe U9 MArket Sons III 
flPTM RACa— ll.soo ellcwAncee (The 
MerlboioRtb. ihree-yewr-oUU And'QP. iK 



And the Price 

COMES 

HUMBLING DOWN 

ALL THIS FOR 



FINISHED IN NORWEGIAN BLONDE 

Headboard (note ths 2 cupboards). 

Mr. and Mra Chssts (joined togrther) or scpsrauly. 
Spring-filled msttress (by natiorully-knosm manufaciums). 
Ribbon slat spring (srith legs attached, on casters). 

Big plait mirror. 



Aortlooeers and AppralArrs 
Since 1983 



Instructed by R. P. Scott. Esq . who 
Is returning to England, we will sell 
at the midence — 



From WAREHOUSE to Your HOUSE 



1215 HewlHI V\acr 

(Off Brighton, Half Blork From 
Vktorta Ayenoc) 



ANY PIECE 
MAY BE 
BOUGHT 
SEPARATELY 



Your Credit la Better 
Than Evar 



Culbertson on 



Peraona! Attention by . . . 

MAURICE. “BARLEY” or BRUCE 



FREE 

DELIVERY 



Today’s declarer did an excellent 
Job of card-placing from the bid- 
ding and the opening lead, and 
brought home a contract which 



his stngleton In partner's suit, 
npened hU fourth-hlgheot heart. 
Declarer put In dummy's eight, but 
East played the nine, and now. of 
course. South could not hope for two 
heart stoppers. Howeier, South 



Located In Back of the New Post Office 



BH. INDIA RIGS 
1917 OLDSMOBILE 

■urh e.9: Several good quality (as 
new B f«l. 9 h India Carpels. beWif 
90x120 with wine background. 
90x12 0 With blue background. 
8.0x40 In grey, pair of 80x46 In 
beige (all In floral deslgni. also two 
unusual embroidered wool Kashmir 
Rugy 86x5 0 and a 5-ft. Circular. 
Expcailve almcMt new Tii-Lamp: 
mahogany coffee Table; nest of 
three mahogany Tea Tables; Ane old 
pair of Chinese carved Figures (24 
Inrheai converted to Lamp#: 3-fnld 
braak-trlm Spark Guard; ail-wave 
Oonaole Model Radio In walnut ; 
amsll carved oak Sideboard; oak 
Dining Table and 4 Chairs; 3-plece 
(older style! Mohair CheaterAeld 
Bull#; 2 walnut Dressers; twin Sim- 
mons Metal Dedjb with sprlng-AUed 
Matires.ve*: pretty almost new twin 
walnut Bedroom Suite complete with 
ribbon Springs and spring • Ailed 
Mattrewe*. Mantel Radio; late 
model Inglis Electric Washer and 
General Electric Vacuum; Toaster; 
Iron; Electric Alarm Clocks. 



PACIFIC 



tit TyrA K W'AUh *U4 

US Dufty BMutf 113 



bsart from K-G-J— he would have 



led the king— and therefore East 
must have a heart honor. By tak- 
ing the trick. South could probably 
block the suit. 

The bidding told South that West 
had at moat a singleton diamond, 
hence there vai the acute danger 
that he held length In clubs, and 
that the suit would not run without 
loss. So South could not count on 
six club tricks, and had to look 
elsewhere. He led a low spade to- 
ward dummy, and West, who felt 
that declarer might have three 
spades to the ace. made the more 
or less natural (but fatal) pUy of 
ducking. In the hope of reducing 
declarer's "commanlcatlona.'' Now. 
however. South was on the home 
stretch! He overtook the club king 
with the ace. cashed the queen, and 
knocked out West's club Jack— and 
the defenders were helpless. 

(IUIcamS by TIia Reglttfr abS Trlbun# 
SrndlcAlA ISMi 



LONDON 47.— District nurses In 
the London area made 1.200.000 
vlslta during 1949. 



Plan for Pacific for that 
built-up fist roof. Close 
adherence le exacting 
specifications and rigid 
inipecH'on gives you the 
protection you wspt . . . 
and if you wish you can 
arrange t binding guaran- 
tee. epecifxjng eny span of 
years up to 20 at the life 
of the roof. 



mile from here. The leader of the 
circus, Womarmag the Hippo, i 
thought he could pull the wagons 
out of the mud. but Instead he got 
stuck, too!" 

"Why do they call him Womar- 
mag?" Susie asked. 

"Those are the first letters of the 
words Wonderful Marvelous Mag- 
ical." Ha-ha explained. "I dont 
think It Is really his name, but 
everyone calls him that. But I'm so 
sorry the circus Is stuck! I wish 
I could do something to get It out 
—but I'm afraid even laughter 
wont pull a circus out of the mud.” 

'I’ra not too sure about that.” 
Uncle Wlgglly said, twiddling his 
right ear. which meant he was . 
thinking extra hard. "Maybe If we 
got R lot of grapevines for ropes and 
tied them around the wagons, and 
all the Woodland animals got ready 
to pun, and Ha-ha made us laugh. 
Just at that moment, maybe we 
could pull ths circus out of the 
mud.” 

'Do you really think so?" asked 
Slippo. the squirrel trombone player. 
anxl(Risly. "It's too bad to be stuck, 
because the children are waiting for 
our circus in all ths towns around 
the Orange Ice Mountain, and if we 
can't get the* theyll be terribly 
disappointed. Oh, dear?" 

“They wont be disappointed.” 
Uncle Wlgglly promised. "Ill think 
of something to get the circus out. 
Jackie, are you well enough to come 
i with us?" 

I "Certainly!" Jackie exclaimed. *T 
don't think I can do much pulling 
but I wan! to come anyhow.” 

Then off to the rescue of the 



South 

1 * 

3 N T. 

Pass 



caiinx Dfupa 

RTT CURTAX74 SITS 
COTTORS - RATONS - WOOL* 
8t7RPt.es B TOC1C B 



Mar* AA« M>r« PmaIa 
A c* Sa*1«| 



1917 Olilsniobilr 

Pour-door sedan, heater, excellent 
coodUlon. 

ON nEW 

Mendsy— 1 P.M. U l:U P.M. 
Taeadsy — I A M. la Rale Time. 
Immediate removal, as house sold. 



Par SA«b Pima A4^ 
aarrall Ca. L44 . CaaaSa SmI 
PraSarta LM., labaa-MAAVtlla 
45a. LIS . aaS SlSnaf RMHat 
e Paaar Ca. IAS. 



VICTORIA 



NANAIMO 



I. scft 

4. Kind Af nab 
S iBclInM «alk. 

13 OodStM «( 
IntXUAUen 

IS Sinsini rolra. 

14. Tvo-iAfS Al«Ul. 

15. WrUInc 
isiBlaQaot 

IS. CemBMa pArSaA 
niDt 

IS HAcbnaraS. 

SO- To avAtha 
3t raolaC U*A 
33. Pootiika RArt. 

33 Taarn. 

ST Oium 
IS CenraAlaS 
N S»anUh Ull* 

31. Prinur'a B*AJurr 

33 WeedlAnd «*Kr 
33. Rara at laitaca. 

34 N«U or KBlr 

39 Wtfllnc bird 

3T Domaaila anlSiAl 

35 Humbar 
3S A tiwua 

40 R»rtA4 far 
erring. 

41. tVirraTAilvt #4 
elthar. 

43 An gintmant 
44. Td ilvali. 

4T Dlffueae 

II. SiKrtilt 

91 Tha hob . 

S3 Mala (orrbaar. ' 
M ConnarliTA 

14 Mlvirbrd 
14 Ta paraa* 

ST Pranrh RlBrml 
arttrla 



719 View St.— Above Douglas 



MATNARO A EONS, AorUaneera 
ni-71S JshnAon t>L G59tl 



Lesson in 
Successful Advert 



Aucllaoeers and AppralArrs 
HInre 1962 



THE 

SUCCESS 
OF ANY 
AD 

DEPENDS 
UPON THE 
GROUP 
OF 

PEOPLE 

IT 

REACHES 



Instructed by three clients leaving 
the city, and other clients, we will 
seU, In our Bslesroom — 

7II-7U JOHNSON STREET 

WKDNESD AY, 1 iHO 

LARGE 8EI,f.rTION 



Suppose you were selling form wagons. Do you think you 
could increase your soles by hiring o "sandwich man" to wolk 
oround Victorio's business district corrying front and bock 
signs which boldly procloimed the superiority of your wogons? 

Chances ore that your results from this form of advertising 
would be very discouraging. 

Why, simply becouse you hove directed your soles messoge to the wrong group of people. 
Too few formers would see your signs. Lots of city people would see it, but they don't buy 
form wogons. The few formers who might be in town for the doy end chonce upon your 
walking od would not constitute o big enough morket to sell mony wogons. p. 

Apporently the "sandwich man" Is the wrong form of odvertising to sell form wogons. 

No motter who you ore or whot you hove to sell, it's wise to remember that there Is one 
form of advertising which is right for selling olmost anything. 



3T NBlAAnrt. 

It Pakar auka 
IS Raad anraring. 

30 Pamala bag 
13. SoaH 
33 Kind at Rab. 

39 Prtfif. AM 
37. Ratan thana, 1 b 
IranbM 

JS. Chtrartarlallr 
Af rartAlA aaclAl 

K up 

k Af hair. 

41 RlbarlAn rlrar. 

43 Rt 

44 Gulf aff ArabtA 
«i BAAd bSU 
49 PInUhra 
4T Nahaar thaas. 

4d. Haad rortrisg. 

49 Paravrll 
Id Parlod of Uiaa 



1 *ib*arbtd 
3 Raman ra*0 
3 Domaatle 
tarraat. 

a Low 

S Rtfh tAMBUIn 

9 Blmmartd 
T Pllaa 
I Wrtnklaa 
9. Blarkkird 

IS. Mala 
II Plart 

IT. Run god 
IS. Btaabal far 

tantAlam 
S3 Tb tranam 

34 fTsm 

35 Obttrra. 

St. PaclAl 

aoranatn. 



PIA.NO - ORGAN 
ELECTRIC WA8IIER8 
REFRIGERATOR 

Living • Raam, Dining - Room and 
Bcdmoni RulUs Inriading Twin 
8p*el Red*. Gcnllcrnsn's Wardrobe. 
IXnefU Roltev. good Redding. Kit- 
eben Rangea Incisd# 1 Gas R*ncc«. 
CariM'U. Table l.aniw, Rltcbenware, 
•niAll Eleelrlc AppIlAWcsa. Electrls 
Jaker. as new Manlel Radies, vary 
feed set Gelf Oab*. Tranks. OIRce 
Deabv Garden Tetila, eid- 
Bee TiiesMlsy'i papers for psrUcultrt. 



AoeUenrers and ARgrBlaeri 
•Inee 1962 



InstxuctMl by Bruce Thompson, who 
la taking up realdencs In Hew Jarsey, 
we will sell, at the rasldenca— 



2091 KINGS RD. 

(OAR BAT) 

(Off Fe«l Bay Rwad bdederlag 
Ethibitlen Greandal 

TIURSDAY, 1:30 

ENTIRE 

AI.MOBT Kirw 



ANswsa TO r«sTff»DArB ptxxli 



STRICTLY BUSINESS »r McKAirtas 



10:30 BaAcnicnl Sale 
IWfiil Furniture 

•hnilw. Garden TooIb, Blcyrlsa, 
Range*. BuMea. eic. 



Street Cleaners 



SPEND YOUR ADVERTISING DOLLARS WHERE 
THEY WILL DO THE MOST GOOD 



10 A.M. C^r, Boat and 
Trailer Sale 

1947 roan redan 
iuper Da Luxe. 4-door, heater, out- 
atandlng condHlen. 

im BITCK SEDAN 
Fawr-doer, good Urea. 

IM6 FORD com 
five aa new Bras, heaUr. 

AS NSW TRAILER 
Xwo-wheel hou*e trailer, complete 
Merer been on the road. 

14-FOOT INBOARD 
caiDker-bullt. with IH-ha- BHcga- 



Colonist Wont Ads ore the best medium for selling olmost onything. *The prcx)f of thot 
stotement is yours for the reoding. Look ot todoy's Wont Adstend see the voricty of items 
offered. You'll find everything from o baby carriage to o going business, or from o 
snoppy convertible to o corpet sweeper. ^ ' 



LADrS PERbONAL W'AROROBt 
ELECTRIC RANGE. IRONRR, 
WASHER 



Oaad CarRf4a: walaat a»d MafMgaay 

Oaeaalanal Tablaa; Brasa; BHvfT- 
Plate; Cblna; GUm: Table and 
Fleer Laap* ; Cbeetewlletd SwHe : 
Twin Bedreem Suite: wiapta Bed- 
•wen Pteees: Chreuw RItchen SuHe; 
feed Rlldbpware tatrludlng Mix- 
naetar. Pranara Ceakar. ale.; gaad 
Redding and lAnm, Tewafs; ntan- 
^90 Lady'# Wardraba laelwdae waw 
Wn*m rtf -lMg«A m Ce*L tea- 



Remember no motter who you ore or whot you hove to sell 
Colonist Wont Ads. 



ON vnw 

Tassdsy. AO Day 

M^hpr partkulara In Ttwwday'a 
papeta 



Office end 
Telephone Service 
8 A.M. Till 8 P.M. 
Doily 



DIAL E4111 
ASK FOR 
CLASSIFIED 



Lwtruga. Gardasi lUna, a4a. 

Watch lor parttfulun and vlaw 
dataa. 



"Frankly, Mr. Itraet. t think you'd gat rpora boahtaae U you'd 
change tha'iuunsr* 

TAng’s oM aaiaa «A«tf pots basMass— <A«rs rb« CokmUf Clorrtftt^ Ad* 
Cma 1 4111 — "Ask far CldsalNstf”. 



CANADA'S FIFTH UR8EST CLASSIFIED 



MATNARD a sons. Aaetlaaaara 
til.TM l ih w aao OMtl 





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RIP KIRBY, by Alex Raymond 



lllir fiatlg Colonial *“ ■ “■ 



BRINGING IT FATHER, by McManua 



^'UAAsM'COMa 
TbMC I've 

L^COVCiSSP 0OM8 

CM? retc^ That 

vee <VAaX 3 QAO 

raCACMKCD / { 



IT 

THAT ov i jPAkCW T-i UVSD 

On TM 6 MSWPhCffCv 
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MUPT ec U 4 WV OLp ,, I r-«Tp 
9 &UC 6 euPfflO ^ MA c 



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SAr:./A« O* tnv S S- 



«*«TV /S 
WUt 6 t 



BICK KOGKRS, Iiy Hob Harlon anH Murphy Aiulcrson 



LVl MiNER, by M Capp 



4 §OB»OAJJ 
tfOW 

asetf* f m 



WriiL£ tOOeWAS 
ME<MO CLOUO 
CO%«Q, A 
MVmMtOUC 
&HiP LOOAASO 
P 0 OMOUT OP 

Hjrse-^uJU) 
SPACE HIGH 

A9CVC vijLCAKl.. 



AMO 

I THCoei* 
A CiTV.' 
Pilot. 
PRSPAPC 
tOlAmD.' 



PLAhWT VBLCAM' 
tOOC'TtC 0<PPEi?8NCe 
OF UOHT MOW IT6 

Climates 'varimc 

PROM TORQtO y 
TO FQjCIO 
. ZONES.' 



War cAi>o*<T B 
A FORCE RAV/ 
V^CRE 00 >« 4 C , 
,, OOWK. . 



AHU MOHHT-NATX 
I VO" AT TH'NtCr co< 
.VINVAAJ— AM'AMU. 
TLaOWTM'DOOfATCM 
DCU'<- 6 iW'^H«^ 



. RATMU 
U POC&OC*^ 

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PPEViDE>^ j 
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'united \ 
STATES.Ty' 



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sotll 
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GO AMCADa 



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'CSOKK' MM n 4 JS ^ 
VME AS AM 
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we APE 
FCARiZtt 
rosoiCF* 
fAM ctue 

MOTHCAl.' 



RCX>eQS' 
ENTEQ^MC 
CLOUO BAMM 



POCO, by ^ all Kelly 



BLONDIK, l»y Cliie Yoiin^ 



NO. OUT lOEMB TfUMSU- IN A > 
tiXt 7 ftl 9 THB JUPy C 4 VT 
A e>P^£~AN0 iPrrcMtT ASPST, 

IT'LL oe A - r' 



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cevstal cleab' 

/ lE MOTE TXE 
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ay^hcto TW ALoeifT ie 
(^\iry ^'coLsesB I ccup^ 

TO A POOl-V 

mxcBYe-pcc? 



1 60 Ni K Aioems ikifitw 



IN TH6 TeiAL . CHUBCW. AN' PO 

I UNPCP6TANP coaeecp thal 

•ytJUMIHTWNtN'TOBB A > 

JS-IfV /oo» 



M4JNS9 



M£/> 5 L.> 1-1 
•.CJO SW AAAVy . 
FQ 0 » Mt WL LE / 

Inoube sweoc'**;/ . 



DONALD DUCK, by Walt Diiney 



MARY WORTH'S FAMH Y, liv Dale Allen 



I'HAlUtCT- ’ UlMAL^ T- A’.' 

’ .MAN *■ :• 

CHCC-; ' ’'•ATAailU. AmAT-.l >, y» 
AHEAJ^IA WOMAN ".T^aL RAMiACtOF 



V> lVMMPlv 8 £ITm 6 *'' 
ICO *»OC t«>» M>.( i I CAN 
MAM. M 8 lOBOfA'i IN ( ' 
UM. With Ml w'tmimJ 
L 30 0 AVS' 



TOI' AUAUlMtU AR|N*T 

lOU «ATV?? ^ 



FACrUi. 
KAa- NtjN& 
ANANUFF 
CMAiUNGl 
AT h:m this 



JOK PALOOKa, by Ham Fi«brr 



W-PMAT..TIE 



9 UV OOWMl 
fTAV OOWM 



.U 6 MMH 



JOHNNY HAZARD, l»y Frank Robbins 



•ALOOVA 
ouKKLTorrs 
K HIS FCEt 
iL< nvwt 
pres PS 

ikO^es.p'w- 
OUT Nk>T-*« 
0«M(S 
SMOOTS A 
U6WT 10 
PALOOOflS 
MCE. 



Nr>rT 

RUSMD 

10A 

NEUTBAL 

COAMER- 

TMf 

REFEAR 
MCVER 
AOTTHE 
COIMI 4 
S 100 EP 



' VOU' K NOTCOUSLft 
now/ OUL' LMX' TILL£0, 
AND WK FLOAT DOWN TO 
EAHOOON ..K NO TVOuSve 

J*r-C AT 4 U./ 



u-wev, VAAIT / NOU MAV 
UArVE A fW9tPC«T TO 
RAAAMtt, SEUT TUATT 
LEAtf&C UA CmCTLV 
wrrw A TCMST TO TUS 
OTUEP PLACE / VAJO*S 
OONCTO PACX3LE 
>7 TVJ»« CANOE r/ Y' 



U-i«V..WVAT PO WW 
AfStAN... FW«FOgT 
^ F pAPAP*<e r/ . 



Si€ tVMAI 
*■•.0 CF 
PjmCM 
CFi-’PfO 
IWA...Hf 
tHAV HAVE 

sirrcD. 



GRANDMA, by (Charles Kuhn 



HEY. HOW TH’MECK OOVA 



HOPE SPOOKS 



rru. MAKE A 



SET OUT a THESE CONSMINED 
I HANOCOFFS ? // f 



LIKES rr 



DANDY 

BIATHDAV 

PRESENT/ 



POP, bv J. Millar Walt 



AR(‘HIK, by Bob Montana 



MU’IT AND JEFF, by Burl Fisher 



WHAT'S U 
WQONG 
with the 



WHAT^ AIYO ©U»N 
A* / PUP L'NINO' 

IV 



CUT TWE COMEOY 
AND SNAO 
S >Oua SWIM 
\ SUIT ^ WE RE 
3 1 TAKING OUP' 

'yi PiRST 

^ V dunk' 



M4ATJ?HA DOW'. V 
JEFF ?GOlN'»N FOP 
MOUSE RUMTIMG? 



' WHAT5 TH« 

OeA CAPPYlN' J 7 ALWAYS W 
A UVDOeP? / CARPV A yE 
^ LAD06P r 
^ WTTM UEf 7(0 



I soecHYsewe 

cr« 0 ^MYCUTTff 5 
MIGHT WANT TD , 
L ELOPe/ J 



stuoyin'td ee 

, A FIREMAN? 



MV. ARCH' 
WANT AN 
AMMON I ATE 
POPSICLE 



V^K\ ME SHOULD 
HAVE A 
PUP- LINED 

bathing 

V SUIT' 



Rf)Y ROGERS, King of the Cowboy*, by Al MrKinRon 

ACWFPA rrifA T? ooo4i A POH^rFGt r^rfAH 0» hata^t TM*at 
JtoM A mOAA k §lC€P #v a^v^AcAC $lU>CM MAtOVt AT* C. 



REX MORGYN, M.D., by Dal Curtis 



A#ZAV>4W/^Z jAAT 

L I SmOUI DNT^^ C^l 
i CLT THIS RAB'MV..ABM 

V PEEl-.AiKE. leap 

^ WEIGHTS/ ~ 



WNCeC'S JOWY. T ME m«nt fo» a 
. M» BUSS f^VswiM BUT 1 W5M 

^ rT WE maont^ he 

M r'~^ WA5NT reniNG 

l}-f\L , TOO Wiu .' «f1 



lu. »»* A " vOuP WRCM < 

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Pa<4c 34 — Sports 



Salt Spring Island 

FERRY SERVICE 



Britain Withdrawt 
From \ iriina 



(Liir Datlti (Halantfit 



Vkloru, B.C., bun.. June 2S. >950 



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Bt bob CONSIDl.Ht 
NEW YORK. Jane 34 aNS».~ 
JoaepfT Vtnccnt UcCartn>. a nntfvd 
aoul who could aland any torment 
except kaUaaaniwa aiwl lualng, uuit 
baaebaU jeaterday — ^bably for 
iMepa 

Sick, tired and probably eoin- 
pleicly at odda with a Boston Red 
Sox team which was generally 
picked to win the American League 
pennant, but which now haa lost 11 



E xeter. Devon. England, 
' June 34 •Reuler*'. -Brit* 
aln haa withdrawn from Euro* 
pean a m a t e u n awlmmlng 
champlonalilps to be held In 
the Russian asetor of Vteplia 
next Auguat because of fears 
that her awlmmlng team may 
not be allowed to return from 
behind tits Iron Curtain. 

The British Amateur Swim* 
ming Association committee. 

U*r ’tig!! Sr< rfm U F' Fr; 

the F-Tfig', Office had 
refused to take rsaponalbnity 
for members of the team sent 
to the RuMlan sector. 



to take a rire*axe down from the ' won him over In IMk and provided 
wall and smash the card tables ' him vrtth an outstanding B<%Uin 
in full view of the Yankee stars, team. But the Box loat In a playoff 
He was boas from that moment on. with Cleveland that year, and last 
and made of them and successive year, when they had the thing in 
Yankee trains the most powerful the bog. they played duomllv dui * 
ever gathered. ing the last two gantee agairut a 

In IM«. by which time the mer- ruptured Yankee team, and agsui 
rurlal Larry MaephaU was running 

the Yanks. McCarthy— a npiarrva- ' Tills aeasi»n. McCarthys team 
tive bssebali man- had developed an was pirkrd by more than 90 per 
s-.r;;.-^- toward Mac* cent of tf# so*ralled exi>erta. It 

phall'a colorful Innuvatlona. Tliey may still win under Joe's succi^M'r. 

clashed and McCarthy quit tlie his friend 6te\e O’NeUl. But Joe 
Yankees In mid-season. At that won’t be there He is unquestionably 

time he told repurtciw that be sicker of the Sox than he Is of his 

would never return to baseball. | pleurisy and all the subtle aches 
But he was flooded with offers that affect his perfectionist soul. 



romieilatlon of sUra. however, ever 
sincerely dpuMed that he knew how 
to run a ball club m a good, tough 

way. 

Ruth was perhaps the only one 
to come close to challenging that 
fact in 1934. Babe asked Col. Jake 
Ruppert If he were aatlsfled with 
McCarthy as a manager. Joe had 
wontme pennant In three tries with 
the New York learn. Ruppert 
answered 'bluntly that lie was. and 



^ill Trv (ilianiK'l Ajiairi ‘ 



SUMMER SCHEDULE 
EFFECTIVE MAY 20»h 

tMv* War* 

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> l» AM. E IS F14. 



place. McCartliy ended hli eareeer 
on lu Boureat note. 

Nothing, however. wUI ellmluate 
the fact that nobody approached 
the hard-tO'know Irishman as the 
miracle manager of modem base- 
ball. In 33 years as a minor and 
major league pilot his teams— some 
of them drhen to super-average 
deeds in fear of his quiet ecoro or 
open animosity, which peeled skin 
—never finished out of the first 
division, with the exception of 
LouU;iiif in 1933. 

ANTAGONIZED SCRIBES 
Joe’s disparagers, and he antag- 
unlaed sports writers he didn't know 
or didn't like on sight, called hUn 
a ’'push-button manager” during 
much of his big league success. They 
said. In effect, that ’'Whlstler’a 
Mother could have won Uie 1933 
pennant as manager of such Yan*. 
krea as Ruth. Gehrig. Onmez. Ruf- 
fing. Ijizzeri and DIrkey. and that 
• he could could have won those fuur- 
.vtralght world series a few year?, 
later with Joe IhMogglo. Charity 
Keller. Tommy Henrlch and llie 
others. 

L NMATCHLD REC ORD 
But the same rrlttclsm could iiave 
been lodged against John McOraw' 
and Comue Mack, the two men with 
whom Joe's name will always be 
linked, for they, too, had great, 
itars. McCarthy achieved at least 
two goals even those Immortals 
never nude. He won pennants In 
both major leagues <hls 1029 Chi- 
cago Cube copped • and he won Am- 
erican League peniiants and scries 



thereafter numbered. 

The rift between the greatest 
modem ball player and the greatest 
modem manager began at Spring 
training camp in 1931 when Mc- 
Carthy, ‘ joining perhaps tlie hap- 
pleit-go*luckiest gang of b^l 
players ever gathered, the Yanks 
of that vintage, marclied into the 
club house at 8t. Petersburg. Fla^ 
and watched them play cards for 
a short time. 

Then he slopped the game, for 
he dldrft like the size of the stakes. 



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Navy and Oarripon, leaders ind 
runners-up. re.vpeciively. in the 
Senior "R ' kfen's Softball l.eague. 
both pulled farllipr shesd of the 
pack on Friday but met stiff opposi- 
tion from lower clubs. 

Navy marked up Its 13lh slrsight 
victory with s 14*11 tcn*lnntng 
triumph over Aiyny , Navy and Air 
Force Vets. Tl^ Balloni blew an 
11-1 lead built up In the first three 
Innipgs and pu.«hed over three runs 
In the extra Inning to take the 
declalon. 

Oarrlson edged McPhersons. 4-S. 
The 'Soldiers scored twice In the 
first and twice tn the sixth. Losers 
counted a singleton tn the second 
HAaip snd scored their final runs on Ted 
Mlnnis' triple in the eighth Mlnnla 



'Kiiiriry May France. 17-ycai-old Somerset. Moss, swimmer. Is willing 
Urgei for ph'iiographers as she drpwrtA from New York for England 
to nwk&e second attempt to swim English Channel. Mi&k France 
gamrti reams ol piiblicUy previoav to her first attempt Uevt Summer. 
«:.pi. she was pulled from water six nnlea from Engllsli shore. She 
Will be accompanied to England by her father. J. Walter Prance, also 
famous swimmer, her manager, Ted Warner, and her Dainer, 
Harry Boukaklan. 



Si'ir 

I lip t'nnvpi'’f -It 
Depsrrure 'I in»ps 
DAILY From 
VICTOKl.A 



One-Way Fares From Seattle 

a«At fAr« FrAw TlrUtiA. SS IS 

San Francisco . SI3.5S 

Phoenix $25.2( 

Toronto S46.2( 

Montreal . .. S54.2S 

Halifax $64. It 



Yanks, Aussies 
Head Entries 
At \^ iml)ledon 






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IX>NUON. June M OCM 



fSLAND 



VANCOUirtff 



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■lOAtUtR 



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ef the grrwtest tree-for-alU In the 
historv «f UiB Wimbledon lawn ten- 
nis Umrnamrnts starts Mondav with 
Amrrh'wit.A and AiiMraUant domln- 
auiig the field. 

Blxtern men were seeded tn the 
■tiigliA (Wire tlie u..ual number— 
because of the long lint of champion- 
ship popsibimies. Seven Americans, 
headed by second-seeded Billy Tal- 
bert, and five Auaalea. led by top- 
areded Prank Sedgman, were placed 
tn the first 16. 

While It ts generally agreed the 
United Slates wtU capture the 
women a end of ihe toumei, there la 
some Uuubl about the men's dlvl- 
aion. 

ktiylxman. Jack Bromwich. Ken 
Motirrgor. Oeolf Brown and Biuy 
Sidwrll form a top-drawer Auitral- 
Un tram that may unseal the Amer* 
Iraiu, whose defending champion, 
Ted Srhroeder, will not play. 

Jnrn».lav Drobny. the displaced 
Czech entered as an Egyptian. Eric 
SturgesA of Mouth Africa and Dilip 
Bnve, champion of India, are the 
Ollier served men playpn. 

Ainarira dominales the women’s 
bracket, with the acedings headed 
by defending champ I«uu Brough 
of Beverley Uilla. Calif. 



... As well as In 1D33. 1941. 1942 
and 1943. Nine big league pennants 
In all and seven World Rerlee. He 
needed more than a push-button. 

Joe was always sen.dtlve. especially 
when burdened with auch over- 
powering personalities as Orover 
Cleveland Alexander and. later. Bshc 
Ruth, about never having made the 



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the ninth. 



LONDON KPi.— Most apfnwpri- 
atelv dressed perron at the Tnta^ 
national fitamp Dealers’ Bour.iehere 
was Mre. Olive Bolton. She wore a 
■weater patterned with stampv 



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WEU-INOTON. NZ, Jurt 24 
^Reuters'. The British T.Ocs Rugby 
Union imirlng team today defc^ied 
Wflimgion 12-6 

The Biitiah scoita. all notched in 
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Morf (^nvasMTS Needed 



Tahlcau Tells Story of Canada 



Pane 35 — Local 



Snlvdlion , ln//v\s Drive 



®br UloloniBt *5- iwo 



idvances Dost SlT^ldO 



House Sludenls 
al Prize-tiviiu 



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Shield Fund diiro. Objeeti>e thU A kharp increk** 10 donation* 10 
year U ISO, 000 . the dm* »a* e*v*ctod a* this cam- 

AddiUonal canv*aa*ri ar* aUll P*mn |oe* Into It* laat week. 



Friaai wer* awarded to atudeiiU 

nt MaiTJ-rn h-i.-- 

at th« achool'a Stth annua) aporta 
and prue*flvtng day. bald at Nor- 
folk Houm School. 

Mra B. W. Palrweatber •’•■t 
the prlaee. 

WinniT*- In th* Junior School 
were: Profitiency. F. UartiiL M. 
FalrwMther, divinity, L. Edward*. 
Preitrh. W. Ororn. In Form 111: 
Fripflriency, P. Rirhards, dlvluuy, 
T. Orlaiid. French. R. Ficlden. 
kClddl* Scliou). Proficiency. M Don- 
aldeoii: Latin and French. A. Harh* 
arm. Upper 8«hool. Pronciency, O 
Munro. R. Warren, divinity. O- 
OUon: lottn. R. Warren: French, 
D. Olaon: Mathematioa Bhield. D. 
OUon. 

FRINCItALS bPEAK 
Joint prlnrlpaia ol the achool. T 
P. Enruneraon- and Capt. O. J. 
Proudtoot. M.LA., addreaaed the 
preaentatlon gathering. 



Winner* of top puinu In tb* 



W. Shank*: Middle School, J. 

Cabeldu: Upper School.^*- Wilkm- 
aon. 

TTw Special Cup for junior* went 
to W. Oroen, and Uie School Cup for 
th* Middle Sehee) to M. Ounaldaon. 
O. Sloan and R, Clark won the 
School Cup for the Upper School 

Individual winner* were. 

High Jump. Junior. M. Shank.. 
Middle. R. Painter. J. Cabeldu and 
R. Clark. Broad Jump, Junior. N 
Alexander; Middle. R. Painter and 
J. Cabeldu Fifty yardx. Junior. M 
Siianlu: Middle R- Painter. Sev- 
enty-five yard*. Mldle. M. Donald- 
. Bon. Hundrtd yard* Upficr. L. Wll- 
klnaon The 230-yard open wa* won 
by L. Wtlkmaon. 



Said Major C. J. MUlev *;Th4. 
reiUdeatial area* of Greater Viciona 
cover a very wide field and lack of 



BICKNOLLER. Somerset. Eng- 
land CE>.— A terrier here broke into 
a hen houac and ate a dozen egg* 



Entry of Canada’* ten provinces Into Confederation wUl be depicted In "From Sea 
Hill Park thl* afternoon In connection with fourth annual "1 Am a Canadian Day." 
province* labovel U part of pageant which will feature 23 performer*. Colorful ci 

conscloua of their Canadian citizenship. 



Th* Grang*. auperlor Doard-reti' 



Announcements 



denee: bualneas or retired gentlemen 
preferred; quiet neighborhood; ga- 
rage. B 6T73: 



The Ikland Hall. ParkaviUe, VJ.. 
B.C.— 'to per cent diacount oft regu- 
lar rate* for a holiday of* a week 
or longer until June M, at the well- 
known laland Hall Bote), located 
right on the beach on beautiful 
Park&vlUe Bay and on Ulacd High- 
way, Wide, while aand beach, and 
ui the lodge the charming lounge 
with hug* atone fireplare. invtie 
relaxauon and real. Speclallzliig tn 
comfort and food. For informaiton. 
write Mary Sutherland or CUeen 
\Uwood. eo-managera. 



nion Officers 
Dprove Pad 



Club Calendar 



More Than 100 Attend 
Nanaimo Garden Party 



St. Martina Evening W.4. will 
hold a garden party at Mr* B. P 
Hardlnga, 6A0 Cowper Avenue, on 
June 28th. 2 M 



MONDAY— Gyro Club luncheon. 
Empreaa Hotel. 12 1* pm. 

TUESOAY-Kiwanu Club lunchaon. 
Empreae Hotel, 12:1* pm.. Vic- 
toria Sleotnc Club luncheon, 
Strathexma Hoial. 12:06 p.m. 

THURSDAY -Roury Club. Emproa* 
Hutel. 12.16 pm . OpUmlat Club 
luircheon. Lougheeda Banquet 
Club, 12 16 pm., Oak Bay Kl- 
want* Club dinner. Oak Bay Beach 
Hotel. 8 15 pm.; CoamopoUtan 
Club dinner. Club Btrocoo. 8 M 



Willert. Mr» O. Norn* and Mr*. 
A. MacDougall a/^uaUng 
The gamea were handled by Mra. 
R. B Dier. Mr* O BmiUi, Mra. D. 
Ford and Mra. F 8. Cunlifir. 

Conteaia wvre looked after by 
Mia. O. A Anderaon. Mr* C. H. 
Barker and Mr*. 6. V. laaacaoxi. 

Caahiera for the afternoon were 
Mr*. W MrAlUater and Mri. W P 



NANAIMO, June 24-De*pHe the 
dull weather over 100 gueata at- 
tended tlw annual garden party of 
Bastion Chapter Of the T O DE held 
at the home of Mra. H R Plom- 
mer. Th* hoeleas «a* a**i*red In 
welcoming the gueata b^ th* regent. 
Mr*. O. C Baker. 

Mr*. Alvin Bn>wn. regent ol the 



OptomeUlat ~ Howard G Mae- 
Dtarmid. complete optometrle aerv- 
Ice. Appointment, phone S711I. 
Now on 2nd floor. Uudaon'a Bay Co 



OSHAWA. Out.. June 24 KPi.- 
Offlcial* of Local 322 of the United 
Auto Worker* tCIO' annoimred 
tonight that the local ha* voted by 
a large tnArgin m favor ot *ecepi»ig 
a propOMd agreement with Ueneral 
Motora in Oahaaa 
The union raid that the vote va* 



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Faurib Annual "1 Am a Canadian 
Dwy ' c eremon y . Beaeon HUl Park. 
Sunday. June 36. at 3 80 p.m. 
bpeaker. Mr. W. E Ireland, fol- 
lowed by pageant, '’From fae* to 
S«a. ' Organised by Local Council 
of Women. Sponaorad by Women* 
Canadian Club, Canadian Daugli- 
tem' Leagur and Son* of Canada, 
under the Community Weifar* and 
CitUenahip Committee. 



MaUepina Chapter, nfllf tally di 



one of the largest in the history of 



open *even 



Glared the party upen and in a abort 
addrera eompllmemed the *ri»tor 
chapter on their wideapread acti- 
Vtue*. Mr* V, C Fawcett, general 
pre*ented Mr*. Brown. 



and 

-lt*r fkineiii 
eiaiiM 



PER 

MONTH 



daya a waek Fuh and chip*, aofl 
toe cream, dellcateearn. Lunche* 
36c to take out. 



FRIDAY -Lion* Club dinner. Ter- 1 

ry'a Oinlng-ftoom. 1 pm. ; 

The Gyro Club will have. Cham- 
ber of OAmmerce membera a* gueata 
ihia week, to hear Major H C. | 
Aotmea. who will review a recent ' 
right-month trip to England and 
part* of Weatem Europe 

Three short film*, including a 
Walt Disney cartoon, will be ahown 
to the Kiwanta Club this week. 

Paul Meyer. United Btatea consul, 
wtll apeak to the Rotary Club Hi* 
topic will be "Problema of a Consul 
During War." 

Plan* ar* being made to »how a 
film at the Oak Bay KiwanU Club 
’ mertiiig. 

Among maiterrto be dtacuMed at 
a business meeting of the Optimist 
I Club this week wtU Iw the erganlia- 
, tion’a forthcoming "Peanut Day" 

; program. 

Tha L10I18 Club win hold n* an- 
I nual Installation night Friday, at 
ahlch all new olBcera tor th* IMM- 
' 60 term will be Installed. 

Prrigram* 'for other service clubs 
Usicd above hate not been an- 
I nnunced. 



the local union and that 72 per cfiil 
of thoae who marked ballots were ' 
in favor of the proposed agreement | 
However, no exatt figurce on Itie | 
voting were reteared | 

The asreemeni i* similar to one 
signed revenily m the Untied state* 
between G.M. and the U A W. and it 
rune for five years 
Th* aeuirmeni cover* wage* com 
, {vsny-paid penaion*. insurance and 
hour* of work at company planta tn 
Windsor and Oahawa. Ont 
! The agreeinent »a* reached after 
’ run* aeeks of negoilaitona wer* cli- 
maxed by an all-mghi and all-day 
, situng. 



converter, 

Mrs. Plnmmer and Mr* Baker with 
beautiful bouquet* of flower*. 

Game* of clock golf and critquet 
wer* enjoyed during tlie afternoon 
and table* of home rooking and 
candies were quiekJy sold 
Tea WM served indonn from a 
table covered with a hand-em- 
broidered lace cloth and centred 
wUh pink carnation*. ana|>dr*gon* 
and sweet pea*. 

pouring lea were Mri, E Wexl- 
wood. Mn. A Meneeley, Mr* J. 
Nell, Mrs. K Alexander. Mr- J 
lEllioti. Mrs. E Blackburn and 
Olive Ward. 

! AxxUUng were Mr^ N Roy. Mra. 
i F Oulland. Mr*. O. O R^betU. 

I Mrs. M. Aldred. Mr* V Palmer. 
Mr*. J. Bhorthmixe. Mn. W Mrt- 
I etlfe. Mn J OHmoiir. Mrs. W P. 
Maihewa and Mi*« N. Glinu'ur. 

Home c'Kiktng tahls was In chai ge 
of Mra. O. fitralhearn. aw-Isled by 
Mr* P Rnblnann Mra V O MenkiP 
Mr*. D Emery and Mr> A Vani;* r 
Mrs. O B Mnrdle had rharga of 
. th# candy gtall. w-ith Mrs P W 



Salvage Cellectlon for Oak Bay. 
Bhowl Bay and Upland* We collect 
rags, paper, household mattresses. 
Phone EI412 



Lantern loe bopper Clab— Open 
tonight and every night. Steaks a 
specislty. Dancing 9 pm. -i am 
Orchestra every Saturday. 



Save th* Children Fund^TIlU 
fully incorporated organiaatlon U 
world wide. U undenominational, and 
was founded over 10 yeera ago. It 
carM for needy children In all part* 
at the world. BubscrlpUona would 
be greatly appreciated, aa th* need 
Is tremendous. Local rapreaentaUee; 
O. W. Rnhtnaon. 1907 Broad Btrtei. 
phone E8213. 



Edward Albert Fortin. 416 Wilson , 
Street, wax fined 916 or In default ; 
three day* fn jail by Maglxtrate H. i 
C Hall tn my police court yexter- 
day when he pleaded guilty to a 
cliarge of making twL'* rlatement* 
for the purpoae ot obtaining unem- 
plnymeni Imurancs benefits. 

A C. D. King. Crown couuftel. told 
the magistrate a tnlnlmum fine 
would be adequate becuu** the de- 
fendant has been Injured, and may- 
have to undergo an operation. 

MStn 96 

P;caautg guilty to a rhnrge of 
failing to pay har ho-pital iasuranre 
premium. Shell* Joan Robert*.- IICO 
Nh Kencic Street, was fined 9ft 'rhe 
fine W4* paid out of court. 



MERCHANTS OF MUSIC 
1130 DOUGLAS 



Mar.v ftlewart. Hair StvIUt. will 
welcome all friends and patron* at 
York Beauty Salon. 835 VPrt Street 
E8T23. 



luat a H urlllear for that wedding 
reception or next party. Record* 
supplied. Musical* Network System. 
0 3191. 



FIREWOOD-Special-FIREWOOD 



WANTED 



St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 
garden party. Wednesday. July 6ih, 
2:10-5 pin.. Olenlyon School, 1701 
Beach Drive < Upland* bus to Orsn- 
more artd Beach'. Frocaeds to 
orgsn Bind. Dellcateasen. eandy, 
aprons, fancy work, etc Shetland 
pony rldra for the children. Ad- 
mbwtoo iOc. Includes tea. 



Jam Strawberries 

VICTORIA FRUIT PACKING 
CO.. LTD. 

(Holium Brand) 

384C Quadra Si. • Lake Hill, F C. 

Will psy 32c par pound for sbova 
delivered lo Lake Hill. 

Phone E 7612 



\ Imulcd quantity of g'K>d K' * 11 . wood. mt*«lly from the (riitie oi 
titr li'S. I"' ea^v to tpUl. IdraJ iur k<i< l>eii kmdl'Ug. Ii«4lri and 
lUMiai-r. So liemio-'k or *av du«i— Good tueakut* and q‘ii(k ^ 



Ladles! Mv 50 yean' experience 
ensure* a perfect feather cut. Hxrry 
Firth. 3634 Estavan Avenue No 
appoinunenU. Just toddle tn 



I tOKDa. 
OHur 



« ( I If 

ONLY 



a»(uUr DvUkki* !• Iidickr. ar«nt*o*e. MkKhoaia aM ••>>a«inik 



fialtage C allaetleei for Fairfield. 
Femwood arul Mt Tnlmle We onllect 
rags, paper, hoqashold mattresMs. 
Phons ES413 



7S0 Topiz THE PEOPLE'S WOOD CO. G 2452 



Have year weddlag rerepiloa at 
ih* Jama* Bey Hotel. Large, at- 
txactlva dlnlng-roflcn. Bltuated dose 
ID. Just three blocks south of Par- 
liament Buildings on Government 
Street. Private partiN our specialty. 
Phone 0 7191. 



FIR SAWDUST 



Vtetarta Prayer Group. Ohrlal 
Church Memorial Hall. Wedneedav. 
3pm 



5TH B r, TOAST RFf.lM! NT 

Tiiendsy - I960 hours, parade ai 
Bay Street Armoury 2000 hour.--, 
training film 3100 hoUrs. lecture 
3146 hours, battery parade. 

75TH M.A A. REGIMENT 
Wednesday 1946 hours, parad* 
and mil call at Bay Street Anmniry 
2000 hours. 166 Battery pay parade 
2000 hours, ISftih Battery p* parade 
roll call 3000 hours. R H Q. and 
160th Batterv pay parade 

NO. I G.O.IL 

Ttiesda-, 2000 hour*, radar train- 
ing at Work point Barraelu a A OR 
training at Bay Street Arnigurv 
Fridav— 2000 hours, pay i^arade 

CANADIAN MOTTIWI 
Monday — 1930 h<>ura. parade at 
Bay Street Armoury. Training a« 
per ayllabu*; dress, mil call order. 
Thur*day- Sport* parade 

ISTH FIFl.n A.MBtLANCr 
Tueaday- 3000 hours, pay parade 
ITUs win be the last parade pGur lo 
the Summer stand down. 

49TII SAN. SECTION 
Tuesday— 3000 hours, pay parade 
Thu WtU ba th* last parade prior 
lb the Bummer stand down. 

irrn workshop 
T uesday— 1945 hours, unit parsde 
at Bav Street Armoury; drexa, roll 
call order. 

Thursday — tOOO hour*. NCO * 



BY BLOWER 



Quaini I'ornera, qverlobking beau- 
tiful Manl* Bay. 44 milea north ot 
Victoria, for goixl food 



•1. Bavtoar'a Garden Farty, Wed- 
nesday. 3 10. home of Aldennan and 
Mn. C. F. Bsnfleld. 542 Craigflower 
Road. Faneywork. candy, home- 
rooking. tea*, pony ndee and en- 
lenatruneni. 



tills Hailaor, natumpathlfl phyu- 
rtan. druglcwa treatment*, colonics 
B6643 



I,adias' halrmlter. atyltet "You 11 
like my work " Harry Firth i90 
years' experience'. 2534 Bstevan Avt. 



PROMPT DELIVERY 



Akilful barber teevtc* <a hsbiti 
Eatevan Barber Shop. 3534 Eetevar, 
Avenue 



1910 STORE ST 



Mr. Leal* Firth, well-known liair 
alyUal, U now specialising in th* 
2otos fluid wave, featuring the fluid 
aut 738 Yale* BUeet (UpsUlrs>. 
Phone B5133. 



Kprnd yeur holiday week-rod at 
The Chalet. Deep Cove Tel Kidney, 
tt F 



C hirken Dinner acrx’ed dailv at 
Th* Chalet. Deep Oovc. Reserva- 
tion*, Tel. Sidney. 81 F 



Cardan Party. Wednrwdav July 
5th. 2:K-5 pm Afternoon tea. 
horn* Cboktng and randy; games for 
children. Ground* al Quadra and 
Union Street*. 



Exhibition *f Hand Weaving. Em 
prrxa HoteL July 6. 7. 8: 10 a m to 
10 pm AdmiMion free. 



Turkev evening dinners 
served July l and Bundar. July 3 
A>o fried chicken luncheon* and 
dinnars. Ree er vation*. Tal. Bldney. 
g| F. The Chalet. Deep Oova. 



David O. Sloddart. OptawMtrtat 
411 Famberton Building. 0 9511 



Stcaai baths, massage, eolonle 
Irrigation ESlIl 



Al lionip ill niiv 



« Th* Chalet. Deep Cat* — Fried 
•hifiken dinner* served dally. Also 
•erring mart turkey even- Sunday 
evening and holiday evening* Rev- 
arvatlona. Bldney 82 F. 



Th* Old Charming Inn. Oak Bay 
seafront TaL O 0967 Mies Ewing. 



Anil a lOih hole winner on any rourse for its Hiuinrtite, 
m«'llnw.hrcwrH flavour and downright aati*f)in| latle 
Truly ihe Leverage nf moderation— -the perleri 



DeveaahBe Teaa served daSy 

Toby Jug. Elk Lake. C^qultg 4TR 



I 8 TH WilRKMIOP 
Tuesday— 1945 hmire. unit paradi* 
at Bay Street Armoury. dr««a. roll 
sail order. 



■ladle. In cantral position. 
XM Bmughtnn. available for prae 
tie* afternoon and evening*. July 
and August Apply to Mr* Lyater 
Rodd. top Boor* Broughton. 



ranaiUana! Read the "Tlying 
Canoa " 



eyjHrMion of genuine hospilalily ihsl i* *o miKh a part ol 
nur r.gnsdian Me 



[|day new! Bhawnigao Beach 

Comfortable, warm room*, 
traa. From 63995 a week for 
tnclualve of meal*. 150 40 lor 
phone Cobble HUl 48 



Burton Type Ai* t* recommended by many people aa the fwieet 
Ale obtainabiw-wither domaatie or Imported- Only 92 47 a c*m. 
Including tax. 

Ala* manulacturcra of the popular brand— Lucky Lafct Beer. 



Enjoy eddUlMal pleasure 
aa ytkur vaeallaa trip 
Eaat. Inrlwde a deligbl/tJ 
Crewt labat T.ru(ec tkeiweea 
Fort WUlUa we Fart Artbue 
and Port Me.Meall eta Lake 
Superine, tba Baa l»eba, 
and f.rar g iaw Bay with tte 
tan ihowaaad talaada. Raw- 
derful aavnrry. avKIIaratlwc 
air. t^kmfoelshl* ar^aama* 
datinn aud wall aervad iwaala 
an the Canadlaw FacdBa 
ateamahir** KaawaHw end 
AMinIbota. Flrat Claea rail 
fere laclada* aptlan af 
trsvelliag vie the Great 
l.akf>« maale and berth 
addltkanal. 



TOROTTG 

$147.45 



At $4.00 Each 
Delivered in Two-Mile Circle 



Ten Far Cent Disraunt Til July 1. 
Ballet shoe# and euppllea. bocka. 
record*, alao taahien baUet and bal- 
lerina ehoes Fagfy’s. Broughton 
0 9541. 12-5. 

ItyBBa Shaw prasenU "Buirway 
so Ktardotp,* at Royal Thaatra thla 
Monday. June 2d. 6 15 p m. Enttr# 
groeatda for Winnipeg Flood Relief 



Rerum 



hlONTHf.*!. 1 

$167.85 i 

Return I 



CAMP STOVES $20.00 

COMBINATION STOVE and 

HEATER $30.00 

INDUSTRIAL TYPE 
FIRST AID STRETCHERS, each, $2.95 



BURTON s ALE 

'*PRtPe OP 

COAST BREWERIES 

VANCOUVER 



NCR YORK I 

$184.40 : 

Relum ! 

ataillar («« for-a I 



COME AND BROWSE 
ALWAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT 



ttaU ley Maiidana. 7W-« vwr 
fMl ta 'avast rvar tranSU i 
• aa* kamiae >a t wiaaiM t R'Oa 
aaO aarv*''** she" rMi-rtlM* 
iTn aif f*»f< wh aa eo«i 

M aasi yaer rti*. (ertar arMthar 
CaeM •*■'1** Waiaa r*r kW ta- 
■MaSUw am UanUta 



NEW WESTMINSTER V 

Th4 adverhsemtni u rvat puM'Shae av diepleyw d by *he L>eww Cent*ui 
Board er by Qevemavut e* Brittsh Celumb<s 



CAPITAL IRON & METALS LTD 

1824-1S32 Store Street G 2434-G 844 







BSI^wiW 




^KniniW 





/ 



/ 




l^egion Branch to Rehuild (Jiil>r(M»ms 



Patie36— Vancouver Island 



Victoria, B.C., Saa.. Jaac 2S, 19S0 



fiatlii ColanUt 



Vlciona I.un»ber DttijJon for iJte The funerml aUl l**t pla.e hi Li«gKM» aiU be in charse, mm* J. 
pail ten yrart. coltapaed aimi d.ed 4 14 pm Sunday fB>u» 8l Mah-ei^ aiemnaton wuiKUng ‘ U»t Pcvn 
iuddenly at hi* home a* the rtault Angela* Chiirrh. with Rev Kamufl fed.. :-i.r 

of a heart aturk. HnveeUa mill be u:ed In aid of 

He aaa bom at MixMlrviUe M Ilaalem Volunteer Plre Bngadr and 

year* ago. aon of Uie Uir Mr and llt V Uv lU lltMli We»t CWt Ambulaiwr AmucuMoii. 
Mrs lifon Nahu Hr had mrorketl I Dahrrre included SMiulra duiwa, 

at Chematnu* for more tlian 30 ^ I 1^ * . 1 Marttpn Muhelaen. lytidn Suihran, 

years, buih in tl>r aawiulll and earlier ^00|\C Arnumd UVrrtue^Trr£^ Kduy, 

a* a atevedore. I inda P>ercy. P.\ul LaVrriur. ii..':ji 

Hr rerehed the Miluao' Medal fc 0 C‘KE. June 34 Pourlh annual Marie laVerlue. Roatie Hom*i-d, 

during the Great War whily seizing revue of tlie tSi'oke School of Dane- P«tiy K'*ndn m, Irw* 

with the Mih Kooienav Ile^'.meiit. mg ma* riaKfd by Mkvs Bcverle Nan MrUi'iiild. Heatlmmn. 

He 1 * turvivrd BJr three bn»lhei>, ^Nriiet in hooke Uoinmunuy Hall. Oonuliy tXmk, tu-iry Krtu'. Iii .i* 



Qiialieum Triislees Plan 
To Erect Large Schools 



uuka. Betty Uttle. Murgam Man- 
on, Arlette Terrlen and Dorui^y 



^UAUCUM BEACH. June 34. — | 
Trustees of QuaUcum Brhool Dla- 
met, No. 99, rnitructed C. B K 
Tan Norman. Vancouver arthltect, 
Id prepare plan* for two high 
ach»*oia. There wUl be an eight- 
yoom jumor-aenigr high achool al 
Quahrum Beach, and a elz-roua 
Junior high achoul at ParluvlU*. 

TIte building committee wa* rr- 
Quested to make another aurvey of 
a two-acre aite for the erection of a 
two-rrmai arhoul at Naiiouae. If 
plana are approved bv the Depart- 
ment of KducatPni. a new by-law to 
erjver rofita will be placed before 
the ratepayrre later In the year. 



achool pint at J^ crreiupny held later 
in the Community Han. and a 
dance wound up ttie rvening'a enlcr- 
taUuneiit. 



4)uatlcum Rotary Club tiaa col- 
lected $600 tor Uie Manitoba Flood 
ReUef and Rimouaki PUe funds. 



Robert Coueina aiii^ ^ iuce Mc- 
Allister. BtudenU at QuuUruni Col 
lege, were mnruiiended by C. W 
Nash. B-C. Power CommiaMon Na- 
naimo district manager, for their 
arlnm in a recent power line break 
which occurred when a large maple 
tree was blown airosa the high ten- 
ilnn wire at the Cirscent. llw 
buyi notified the Power Commission 
of the oreak, and Uien stood guard 
to prevent aecldenta to children 
and adulU who vUited the srrne. 



Phetv by Mr* Ja* tuUr 



ri)oU«raph show* clubroom* of Ladysmith Branch of Canadian L«gion. located at First Avenue and High 
Street. whlrJi members plan to renovate and extend at miniated eoM of 135.000. Building was originally 
erected at Old Wellington, north of Nanaimo, a* Temperance Hotel, and brought to Ladysmith in sec- 
tion* in October. 1*00. by parents of Muw Fanny Ureii and Mrs. Beatrice Regan. It served ai auxiliary 
iKxpltal during 1818 Influema epidemic. Canadian Legion acquired building In December. 1844. Committee, 
composed of Dr. J. NeviUe. Allan Carey. Fred Wllaon. Jack Tliorop*oii and Dr H A. Bowker. will prepare 
nlan* for offlcee In building And auditorium to seal 200 peiworw. Legion shelved proposal to erect naw 



X i It'ifcieasy 
^ with CEtlO 
Crystolt . . . 
the pectin 
product in crv'stala 
form that helps 
all fniiti to jcll 
pcrfeclly. > 



Blxteeii evfuU have been luted 
fur the third annual horse. show 
and gymnkliana U> be held al 
Rerreallon Park on July 15. under 
aponsorvhlp of the Silver Spur Horse 
and Riding AsMciatlon and the 
Quallrum Beach Rotary Club. 



Primary (-lass 



Arrange Kvenl 
For Studenls 



Honor Premier 
At Parksville 



Nine graduating students were hon- 
ored guests of the P.T.A. at a dinner 
in Quallcuin Beach Hotel. The stu- 
dents Robbln Hodgson. Vlggo Holmes 
Joanne Brasher. Alan Stale*. Jane 



CHEMAiNUS. June 34 St 
Michael* and All Angel*' Church 
held a Bucveulul strawberry aociai 
at ihe home of Mr and Mrs. F. G. 
Shorter. Tea and strawberry shorl- 
cake were served There was a bingo 
*tand. treasure hunt, fishpond for 
children, and candy and refresh- 
ment *lalls TTiomas Young won the 
treasure hunt A public addre** 
system wa^ used for dancing on Uie 
lawn 






LUXTON. June 34 ParenU were 
entertained al a concert urganlxed 
by pupU* of the primary claw at 
Happy Valley School Victor Bing 
welcomed rtMlnni and F J WUlway 
*puke briefly Mra R. Castner wa* 
aceompanM. 

Entertainer* Included Martm 
Mcweley, Delmer Clark. Ru.vm>U 
Rhode. Kenneth lllM<le. Stanley 
Maasr. William Hobbi*. Georgrna 
HUc'K-k. David Miller. Ian Butt. 

AiigeU Ourr. Victor Bing. Judy 
Fraser. Marlene Whyie. D*rlei#e 
' Min* and Lhida PoTock 
' Progrwma were mide and dUlrl- 
buted by Charles Nikkels. Ruserll 
Rhode presented cards of greeting 
to Grade It studenU. Refre^hmelll^ 
were served by Grade II boys and 
I girls. 



PARKSVILLE. June 24 - H J. 
VVelch. ML A. will be guest speaker 
al a Khool graduation dinner to 
be sponsored by Parksville P.-TA 
at 6 30 pm. Tuesday'. 

Pal*y Harstone, Anna Hansen. 
Marlon Bullock. Doris Fulcher, 
Myrtle Hamtsh. Shwron OComurt. 
Don Ltglithart and Herbert MiNully 
will receive diplomas. 

Winner* of special gward* will be 
mmed. among beuig a prU« fur 



PARK.'^VUO.E. June 34 Premier 
Rvrnn Johnson arul Mra Johnson 
will be gue5t« at a luncheon to be 
held under auspices of Ihe Comot- 
SotiUi l iberal Association In the 
t.-land Hall Hutel at 13:30 pm. Wed- 
neviay. The public has been mvited 
to attend, and tkkeu may be ob- 
Uined from sAsociation members. 



Donate Money 
Al (’-liemainus 



r £ A ONE- 
' MINUTE 

full, rolling 
hoil 14 all j'ou 
nerii with CERTO 
Cryitoli . . . wave* 
up to tw‘ 0 -thirdi 
of your timef ✓ 



No Inng- 
Ixiihng to 
dull the color 
or kpoil the 
taste . . . the 
jam retainw 
natural, fresh- 
fruit taste and 



CHEMAINUS. June 34 -The sum 
of IUI7 was raised at ghemalnUs 
lor Ihe ManiUAa Flood Relief Fund, 
aci'ording to Con.*>table Thomas 
Kelly, chairman of the campslgn 
eommlttce. TTie m«»ney was realised 
tHmityh 4 tag day. several dances, 
a large donation from the Victoria 
Lumber Dlvmion. individual con- 
tributiutu, and several ball games. 



LHTIX GIDDINO. Knilatid O 
-Plans are under way to re*u<re Uie 
church In this Hampshire village. 
The church Is said to be the smallest 



Safety Parley 
Praises Board 



K. Bri'.aiiu 



rUisenship to be presented bv a 
member of the vihage commuaion. 

Oenrral convener for Uve event 
u Mr* Harvey Adams Dancing will 
round out the evening program. 



U o SUCCESSFUL jom ond jglly mokgr . . . 
CERTO Crystoli ol your groctr s lodoy 



Kcrcivew ( 



NANAIMO. June 94 B. C I-of- 
gerw* Bafriy Council cumpoaed of 
directors of companies br 



You get about 
10 glus&r* of jam 
instead of the 6 to 
be exivected from 
old-fashioned 
tong-boil recipes. 
What economy! X 



safety 

Uinglng to the B C- Loggers' Asso- 
i tation. met here. A P Taylnr was 
''hairrean. 

The Workoten's Compervsatlon 
Board wav congratulated on Its new 
fatal accidents piMter. Use of them 
at meeUnga wa* recommended to 
bring home the message of ufe 
working 

AiUhorltv and reaponalbUlty of 
the rigging .Mlnger was established. 
It was decided that he had the au- 
thority to report to tl»e hook tender 
if any man was acting unsafely on 
the Job. The hook tender In turn 
wiuild hare the authority to turn 
i that man off the Job or dismiss 
' him , 

Tlie D«-mmlon Pn'vincial Training 
I SrhnnI Is teaching logging practice. 
: and members of the safety cuuncU 
j will deliver lecture* at the school. 

Delegates* were present from the 
I major centres of logging operations 
' on Vancouver Island. 



/ RECIPE / <; 
/ BOOK IN 
/EVERY PACKAGE 
, . . . • different 
recipe for each 
fruit. Follow tli 0 
simple directions 
EXACTLY. You ll / 
gel SURE reiuUi. 



*oti( e to auctaii *i. co^Tnsi voaa 

'I'BNuKIiS *re v*ilr<i (t»r Ui« InftisIUiloD 
■ or o*"u«rr •>rini far vairr Rono* 
tnt ttitioe on QuoSta Otroot. nt*r tha 
UvoMipal Koll. rUir»i Oak 
SporiM' alinri* ran t># afetalrel at thr 
Aaanirh E.rrtricsl ItiaRorier • etfira StWi 
T>nu(laa Sttrrt. or at Ih* MoblrlRSl Kn- 
ginrrr't olflrr. IU»ral Oat 
Trndrrt (itould Wt In aralad antrU-Raa 
marked -‘Tondm for Wtrin«. ‘ addrraaed 
la inr M«nlc)aal rtrrk. Ru.al Oak a^ d 
ahauM l>r In tiia Rttlca Wr » M p m . Mna- 
dar. Juir 3. I»M 

ifrUhrr tbt lowaat aar an? Under b*c«*- 
aarilr aerrpUd 

n D OAWBOH. 

MuniriRal Icifinerr. 



PARKSVILLE. June 34. -Tritviee* 
of Qualtcum School District No. 69 
inspected the sUr of a proixmed six- 
room Junior high school east of Ihe 
Primmer residence 



CHEMAINUS. June 34 -Two uni- 
dentified leen-aged boys from Lady- 
unllh w-err rescued In Stuart 
Channel off Chernamus when then 
sailboat capelted in a sudden squat). 

Rev, J. Cameron of the Kuptr 
Island Indian Boy*' School was pro- 
(-eedmg to Chemalnus In Ihe achool 
boat, and came across the boy« 
rllngmg to their upturned craft He 
pulled them aboard and towed the 
boat to Chemalnus. she was beach- 
ed- The boys, who did not give 
iheir name*, were apparently none 
the worse for Uielr ducking 



at Parksville 
near Ihe Albemi Higlvwav. A by-law 
for construction of a large Junior- 
senior high school to serve the rnlire 
district was defeated on April 38. 
Another school will be eitcted al 
Quallrum Beach. 



Crystals 



A *1 Ow***' r»*e> 



The BAY --Victoria’s Modem, Friendly Store 

Exclusive to The BAY 
New One'Coat Vitretex 



Announce Funeral 

NANAIMO. June 34 —John Issac 
Rodges. 14. a retired rallrowd man. 
died St hi* Parksville home Fri- 
day. He was widely known In hU 
dlfltrlrl, and had been a member 
of the lOOX in Deal. England. 
He had followed- hts hobby of gar- 
dening in recent years. 

Predeceased by hi* wife 28 years 
ago. he Is survived by two sons, 
■Wiillam J. Parksville; and Fred- 
erick. John. Ashford. Kent. England; 
two daughters. Mr.i. Edith Ber- 
wick. Ashford; Mrs. A E Thomp- 
aon. New Westminster: one brothe-. 
Richard. Ashford; and 12 grand- 
children and four great-grand- 
rhlldrcn. 

Funeral aervlces will be held Mon- 
day afternoon al the Weelwood 
Hirst Chapel, with Interment In 
Nanaimo Cemetery 



n.CAP. mole. 



JAMES F. TOMLINSON 
Mr. Tomlinson, now pilot offi- 
cer. received pilot’s w1np and 
comrolMlon last week al RCAF. 
Training School, Cenlralla, Ont. 
He will take course in air arma- 
ment at Trenlon. Ont, before 
being posted to operational duties. 
He Is son of Mr, snd Mrs. F. 
Tomlinson. Bamberton, Saanich 
Inlet. 



FIVE MOSAIC 

Petra Dura Is the name given to 
the finest kinds of Florentine mosaic 
work, formed with Inlaid materials 
nf the hardest kind. 



Tfic newest paint .sciisaiion on the market . , , A itretex . • , 
see it clcnionstraied at the Von'll marvel al tlic way it 

Covers over raw plaster, wallpaper, kalsoniine, plaster b'*ar<l 
ami olfl paint suriacek. fireproof, t^o. witli many times 

llic wasliahilily of ordinary one coal finishe*', dries in iii^t 
Miimitrs and is odr.rle^f! Viireicx's Mm»Mlli. ^lal finish can 
he applied ea-'ih and <|iiickly with rolp-r nsifi-r or hniv^l’. 

11 pa>lel shades ami while See \'iliric\ "n the ^50 
wall of the \*.\\ S new addition. 

Ouart 



MORE PROTFINR NOW 
The average level of food con- 
Rumptlon In Britain rase to 3 880 
calories dally In 1849 Just below the 
prewar figure of 3,000. 



Here’s the floor that’s 
full of new 



IDEAS 



Gallon . 
ll.'iMcw *rr* 



Most Buses Stop at or Near 
The BAY 

Willows M i'ik' 



Check This Holiday 
Delivery Schedule 



DUNCAN. June 34 — Thnmss W 
Humphrle!«. charged with giving an 
tnterdlcied person llquof. wws ac- 
quitted by MagWirate O. A. TU- 
dall. In Duncan police court. P 
R Leighton. rcpresenUiif Hum- 
phries'. succeeded In having hUv 
rllenfs case lake precedence over 
another connected with the Crown 
The magistrate dismissed the ca*e 
«m lack of proof that Ihe accused 
knew of the InUrdlctlon order. 

James Herrllng, couvlcted on a 
charge of having Uqoor under his 
control while on the InlerdlcHon 
list, was fined IU and rosU. or two 
non) ha in prison. 

Reginald R. Peckover pleaded 
guilty to a charge of careleaa driv- 
ing. and was fined IM and cosU. 



Salnrrlav. July 1^1. bein? a hob'Jav. the fol- 
Iftwinjf Histrirts will rei'rive delweries Pri 
da> , June AOlh. 

J.imes I»lanH Shawn»pan I aVr 

Sasnichton Malaliat 

Tar.aan Bay C<muhan 'rlalion 

SiHnev ^!iH Bay 

Deep Cove Dunran 

AH afHgy deliverie* vviH remain as usual. 



The RAY |4 as close a* 
your nearest bus stop! 
Tollow tin*, route to 
\'irtoria*s modernl 
friendiv alr-re. 



Store Precious Furs 
BAY ‘‘Dowfume" Vault 



LOWER HOI m: 

Member* of Ce.vlun's Hnu.se of 
ReprreenUUvea are elected from 
85 eleelonU dUlricU; an addlMonal 
six wre nominated to bring the 
House'a total to 101 members. 



Summer Menu 
Suggestion ... 

Delicious Cold Turkey Sandwuh wiih 
colfsiaw and cranberry jel'y; ehoco- 
lale ripple ice cream and 
cookie; fflas* of iced tea 

bay Coffee .^bop. Lower ^fain Floor 



Create your own colevr scheme 

with Armstren9*a Asphalt Tile 

Turn wasted basement space into a cotouiful 
•extra room for family recreation! Do it at surpris- 
ingly low cost— and have fun at the same rime! You 
can start at floor level, with Armstrong’s Asphalt 
Tile. This is the new flooring that makes hasement 
rooms practical as well as beautiful. It's one floor- 
ing material that is not harmed by alkaline mois- 
ture working up through concrete subfloors. With 
Armstrong's Asphalt Tile tKere Is praaicaJIy no 
limit to design possibilities because it is laid rile 
by rile. 

Your flooring contractor or dealer will be glad 
to show you colours and helpful designing ideas, 
or write tor IHEE eight-page folder illustrated in 
full colour. 

ARMSTRONG CORK, CANADA, tlMITEO, 
1206 Homer Street, VeiKoever, I.C. 



v*)u*hV fur» *»pert 

during ihe »tinioier monih* ^ nr* lh» n 
rmw, «sfe f"«m )>pa( damvr^**, 

mr<rl<*. <»re Sf'd lh»*l in RAY'S ■ft^ntiii't 
’'D-wiume' ti'.ragr vaulli! Ju*( pay J'.'a 
el your valuation' 

Bring in or phone F. 7111 for pirlc-up 

BAY For J'torage. Lower Main I'lnof 



ARMSTRONG’S 

the Floor . . . 



For It! Thursday Is 



Watch For It 



Yea, for every room in the home, no mailer 
what the flooring need. Armstrong's have the 
answer in their eompleic linr of f1o< r products. 
Rubber Tile. Cork Tile. De I.oxe Cre**eproof 
Tile. Asphalt Tile and Linoleum, you'll see 
them all di*pla>ed in our modern showrooms, 
each and everyone hearing the farrons name 
of Armstrong. 



Per the Latest 

Sport* Score* 
"SCORIBOARD” 

10:55 P.U. 

CKDA 
Mon. • Set. 



Economy 






STORK HOURS 



Phone 

E7111 



Wednesday 



Plenty of Free Convenient Parkins at The BAY 









MA6AZINC SCCTIOM 



n\U.Y COI.ONI^iT. VU TORT\. ?. C . SUNDAY. TUNT. 25, 1Q?0 



*fRAUS 



(CSTABl ISHtD 



VICTORIA. BC. SUNDAY. JUNE 25. 1950 



t( jou Are (Ciiof to buUd. decide 
ftr«i on Ukc Amount yuu cah speod 
gn » tMNue. Cocuider jomt AAlmry 
Md plAn Accordincly. Tbe ATertge 
mMi CAn Allurd a hoose coetlnc from 
'tme AAd cne>hAU to t«o And one* 
tUMA Ml Annual tocomc. 

1/ you propoie to borrow, your 
fWKitbly mort«AC« pAyBJenu. plui 
Tain and insurance, iholild not ex* 
s«Ad 23 "« o( your monthly income 
prwpare A fiftUly budget to And out 
how much o( your monthly locoroe 
H AVAUible for houxtnt. I>termlx>e 
the Amount ot lavlncs yod hire for 
a <b)wn payment. Enquire Into the 
approsiniAie monthly c<j4u of uxt*. 
tMurince and maintenance You 



. By l^onnrd I- Knoll 

The Moccasin Telegraph 

newspaper called The Northern 
Mall. In The Pas. Manitoba, the 
editor hAJ A small church pew right 
beside hU de.<k. If you talk to that 
editor About the north country you 
would think that he know* every- 
tlUiig. He can tell you when Jem 
Pierre, the trapper, rides up the 
Hudaoni Bay railway to catch the 
beater. I He knows when the trap- 
pers co^e down from the north and 
what ^rs Uiey have with them. 
He knows almost Immediately U 
anyone Is loai or injured and all 
the news he gew comes from that 
church pew at his side. 

iVappers, prospectors. Indian.^ 
and white men from all over the 
lUMOliUind slop to see the editor ot 
The Northern Mall when they pome 
to The Pas And when they come to 
see him they sit in that old pew 
and tell him aU that they know 
about what U happening up there 
beyund the reach of radioa and tele- 
graph wires. At the same time they 
Iram from the editor what other 
visitors have said, and they carry 
back norlli with them news that 
In the Far Interest those they meet. 

what they Because all the visitors who come 
raph-a syi- down from the north wear mocca- 
celving mes- sms and snow.ihoes. walk, run or 
ised KTSpng tide on d'lg .sleighs when they travel, 
iman beings the people In the north say the 
•e and snow news they brought came by the 

b Ttn mrvcwsln teleeraoh. the oldest mes* 



Canada U a strange and mtereat- 
ing country and it has things that 
are both very old and very new. 

One of the first long distance 
telephone calls In the world was 
made in Canada, for instance, when 
Alexander Oraham Bell, inventor of 
the telephone, spoke on a call from 
Brantford. Ontario, to pans. On* 
tario. 8 miles away. When Marconi,, 
invented the wirelea.*. he sent htt 
first message across the ocean from 
a point in Newfoundland called 
Signal Hill 



TM€ VAt MOtTH TOWN Of STIWART 



Stewart, B.C. Mining Town 
Once Thriving Community 



wth require Ore aiM hazard insur- 
to protect Uic property. Cvn- 
atder the maintenance and repair of 
the house as uhe of the monthly 
coats ol home ownership from the 
very beginning 

•The hoiMe ahould be large enough 
to fit praaent and future require- 
manU Provision might be msde for 
uisimate addlUuns and improve* 
Mnu Be sure that the houac will 
•uu your way of living 

Investigate the cooununlty in 
wtuch you intend lo buUd Water, 
eiectrictiy. gas. sewage diapoasl and 
garbage collection ate laaentlal serv- 
lows Enquire about the plans for 
fdvure development tn the area. 

See that the sue np which you 
propoae to build la xuiuble for your 
house It should provide adequate 
water surface drainage 
The houac must be structurally 
sound If It ia well built In all re- 
•garts U will need a minimum of 
repairs. Mechanical instailaUonc 
such as heating and plumbing are 
at vital importance 

SimpUcUy m the design of the 
IkMMe Is asaential An sttraettve ap< 
pearance srill increase the value of 
the pfvperty. 

,TWU tt IM Arst ta s wvMs af 
vmtsn m ta# tat»r>«« of r«o4#r« 
co«l#«alsuaa aalMtln* or Mr-A# • Aomm 



imately 7 000 feel into the air 
directly from salt water and has 
the distinction of being among 
tallest mountains In the world wi;h 
the base washed by sea water. 
AlmoAt at tunberUne is the Big 
Pour Ming with attendant buildlngv 
A road has been bulldozed part wsy 
up. which is passable by Jeeps Not 
BO lung ago all suppUea went Into 
the mine by {sackhorse. a hard day's 
grind from the valley, even though 
they were never out of sight of 
town! 

The Umun Steanwhlp Co hvve 
the 8a. Coquitlam call there every 
Monday, a three-day cruise 'roni 
Vancouver, and some tourists are 
on almoat every trip from Spring to 
Pall, adding to U>e profit* of the 
makers of photographic film bv 
shooting thousands ol snapsh*-tt of 
the awe-inspiring scenery. Wh*n 
they visit Stewart they lake snaps 
of the .vign over the old garage, 
which reads 'Trucks. Tractor* and 
Horses ■ and of the old model “T" 
wrecking truck which stands O'lt- 
aide U. They also buy a few sou- 
• the biegc't »enlrs and perhaps some Indian 
1 field* tn N^b handK raft, and then, thanking U e 
gods that they aren't permsnent 
residents, gel back on the steamer 
In effect, they have stepped cut of 
the days of depression, with vacant 
houses and dilapidated buildings, 
bstfk to the pleasant modem dal's. 
Interesting menus and comforiatle 
and well appointed suiroumUrgs 
Yes. Strain Is an Interesting town, 
with magmfleent scenery and a 
varied history, but I would rather 
C'O.Mi: ANii CrO U»e in^Vieiona! 

Today «tlte town has a p»>pi<ai:on 
o( about 330. and to the shipping 
point for the few mines that are 
sUD operating Also U to the home 
ot variou* prospectors and trapper*, 
and ha* what might be termed a 
ffoatinc population of bears that r*** 
move the contenu of garbage cans 
thus saving the '•city * the neceasuv 
of empli'^ing garbage eoUectors It 
has about half of lu butldirg* 
empty and more or less in ruin* 
tn fak moat of businem hou-vea on 
the mam street are badly In need 
of {mini. escepOn* the C»oveniment 
liquor store, which, eseepilng *he 
eourtlKnise. to easily the be*l look- 
ing building in t«van It {irobaWy 
does the moot bu!«tnes*. too although 
the two bars In Hyder, AlaAia. offer 
Cfwisiderable competition and Jnci* 
dentally provide the local lasl with 
• steady income from thirsty Cana- 
dians 

TALL MOl'VTUN 
In spite of Itj decrease In popu'a- 
however. Stewart to unique in 
tlmt Immediately east and towering 
aver the town to glacier topped 
Mount Rainey which rtoe* approx - 



Br L U TEMri-fc 
^ T the bead of the Portland 
J\ Canal to the beginning ot i.he 
land boundary between Brltlslt 
Columbia and Alaska It takes off 
from the head of the canal and goes 
up the precipitous slope of Mount 
Dolly and then angles to the north- 
went. over some of the roughest 
country In the world On the west 
Bide of M*«int Dolly the Salmcn 
River empties Into tidewater and 
at lu mouth to the town of Hyder. 
Alaska, the suburbs spilling acrom 
the Une into British Columbia A 
rmip% of miles northeast, at the 
extreme end of the salt water, the 
Bear River flow,* into the inlet, 
farming the east boundary of Stew- 
art, BC. built on the- flat* at the 
head of the salt chuk 

OLD MINE TOWN 
Stewart was once a booming min- 
ing town with abtHil 4000 popoU* 
Hon, and the terminus of the rail- 
way that vra* being built into the 
Ground Hi<g coal depewU* 100 mtl-s 
atrtme to the northeast Some 
(icople say these are 
uiMleveh>peil coal 
America. If not In the aorld Fur* 
thenn-we. they lie right on the sur- 
face The coal could be mined w'.'h 
a bulld*aer The railroad had a 
name the Canadian North Fastern. 
and the company had even laid 
i« miie* of track, and had trains 
operating However, the Flr*t World 
War flmshed the eorwtructlon work 
and in 1039 the rail* were pulled 



and telegraphs that are not Included 
m the Scott catalogue but In the 
French Yvert & Telllcr. Some Swiss 
.stamps are Included also stamp* 
from the old Italian Suies. Spam. 
Luxembourg. Romania and Turkey. 

An article was published by the. 
Mercury Stamp Co, New York. 
.s>.vne month* ago, on this subject 
which was uansUied and rcprm*ed 
in several language* in various Euro- 
pean countries Including a Swiss 
magaxinc. An Indignant reply from 
Sperati was rejected by the editor 
but later made lu aptievance in a 
two-page paid advertisement. 

Sperati claims that he to not a 
forger but an artist and that he 
cannot help U If his forgeries are 
fooling the experts, which furiun- 
ately they are not! He clalnu fur- 
ther that he never sold or tried to 
9cU hi* producu as genuine, but hto 
memory to short. About 15 years 
ago he sent to a New York auction 
firm st'me of hto foreign mixed with 
genuine stamps. The auctioneers be- 
came suspicious and had the stamps 
checked by John Kleeman. a well- 
known New York expert who pro- 
nounced most of them forgeries 
Only one stamp slipped by the 
eagle eye of Mr Kleeman. a Is 
Newf .undland. but the purcha.<er 



I T to Just a year ago that this 
column mentioned the subject 
of Jean de Sperati. the famous 
FYench futgi-r of sumito. At that 
tune The Saturday Eveiiiog Post 
had published an article by one 
Dean Jrnning*. entitled "He Fooled 
the Experto. " and published by tliem 
without consulting even one of the 
many New York experts who were 
available for confirmation of lu 
validity Much ridicule was heaped 
un It by the public as .«xin as the 
truth was known, that none of 
S(>eraito' forgeries could pass the 
raaniinatton of any expert At the 
time the Post published the article 
Sperati had been sentenced to one 
year in prison for sending some 
$15,000 worth of forgeries to Por- 
tugal. He appealed the sentence on 
the ground that they were not for- 
gerlea but "objects d'arts " and not 
void as genuine stamps at all. but 
a* retilicas. at a very low price not 
at all c«)mioen.mrate with their real 
value, Truly the wheels of Justice 
must grind slowly in France as the 
appeal has not yet been heard, nor 
has Sperati served hts sentence and 
to still producing f.irgeries at an 
atonning rale' He has produced 62 
new forgerle.v which are being sold 
by mean* of hto so-called “Golden 
Bioks'' containing all these .stam{« 
a* an entity, or specul f.4der* with 



Platter 

Chatter 



FOPVLAR RBIOBDa 
D ecca Records has {iroduced an 
Hiisianding album in a recording 
T S Eliot's hit BroMlway play 
"The Cocktail Party " Recorded on 
the four S t das of two 13-Ineh S3 1-5 
rpai kmg-playing record*, the pro- 
duetkm run* for M minute* of lively, 
thought- provoking coaversauoa 
The origlMd Broadway cast to 
beard on the recording It includes 
Alexg OulDsus. Robert Fleming. 
CUeen Pvwi and Cathleeo NeabitL 
CtolU Wills who has becocne a 
RoUywocd star ovendght a* I b e 
vom« of -Francto." the talking mu>. 
u featured in a new Capitol chll- 
dm’s record that kbould be • 
favorHc with those who have seen 
the motion picture. On one side to 
"PrancU'* and o« the other to ~A 
Mule Is a ITol ‘ 

Gene Krupa's band has {>ut to- 
gMher one of the alickcst veraiuos 
M the currently popular "Bona- 
one of the 



Ireland Resents 
Foreign Influx 

Irtoh politician* fear a "theque 
book InvasVm" of Ireland. 

"Invaders' are wealthy foreign- 
ers who bought Urge pn»pertie* In 
Ireland since the war. either living 
here to enVy the nations nen- 
sustcrlty. or leasing them and living 
abroad 

Most of them are Bruuh. al- 
though the last m*K*r sale wa* 
when a fine oid County Meath 
mansion and estate went to Prtnee 
Aly Khan. 

Mat of the inhabitanti of nearby 
Batterstown village were mainly 
interested to know If the prtnee 
would bring hto gUmorous wife to 
the manor, but other* wondered if 
lu 130 rich acre* would lie unwurked 



.Among those he recrntly produced 
are the following 8<x*U numbers 
Cape a( Good Hope Nos W. 38. 33, 
and 34. Cyprus No. 47 and 8i LucU 
No 34- Others outside of the British 
Empire include Brazil Ho 3. Hawaii 
Hoe 10. 13. If and 13: BUlvar Ho 1: 
France Hoe. X. 1, 3. 7 10. 3t and 40 
smt lo meolkio a few postage dues 



staaat apuslii sed 
Bold 

CMM let P*f aao 
UiM iCaleeialB' 
OMlaiooa Hone 
SMi« ti«. equan? 
'riMP 

8it**r W#ddUkC« 
o P O la Mo#Z. 

A. arsMnx 
tn oov't a*f •• 



pnrte's Retreat 

osen a(>par«fiUy had bis heart 
M the namber »RCA Tlciof' . . . 

*nM4 great bhMS singor BlUie 
BaUtey Ims a pair of good ones 
wmto *ABS I Blue" and "CM Btoes 



\ 




riAn.Y COt.OXIf^T, VICTOI^IA, BC. fUNPAY. .U ^ F 2 ^ 



MACAZtNI UCTIOM 




Victoria Beaches 



Sandy Stretches Skirt City 
To Make Seofront Playground 

By SHEILA MciVOR . 



A t thto U»« irf year, auM people 
yr&m to teae w the tun or rn- 
jo» a dip in the ocean Ttiey ha»e 
vuioae o( faraway place*. aiMl 
liunrm ttie fart tint they are unaMe 
!<• finance a trip- 

You wiindrr why they don't realtae 
that there are numberMaa deUfhlful 
trachea within two or three mUe« 
of the my which can eaaily be 
rriMThed by tua. 

One of the muetj idea! baihins 
beacl«ea beraiae it la rnurely aaody 
arwi for children, la Foul Bay. 
ahirh denee* ita name from the 
natural term ''Foul Anchoraae," 
pcpBumably brt'auae ot ita ihalkrw 
wa(rr» It u alao the moot Bhrlterrd 
arid warn tpoi even on wmd> daya 
AT rOIL RAT 

FtiUl Bay can be- reached tn a 
ditrrt route from tXniKUu Street 
turmne up McClure Street wluch 
nu nrea into Fatr(iei 4 then take lira! 
t^rrunc to ridht past Roa* Bay Cem* 
«ery onto Crearrnt Rtaul and patha 
frien there lead doan to the beach 
ShoaJ Bay ta abcMil a tmle further 
po-d Foul Bay folkrwinc Fairfwld 
fu>ad onto Beach Drive A maenift' 
rent vtew of the OlyBipu-ii can be oCh> 
taioed from here add on clear day* 
thr mainland uf Port Anpelm ran 
be Been. Thouch pebbly. r»d bath- 
iiic can be had at Shoal Bay, and 
there M a ipectal pool for childreo 
at the tar end Shoal Bay waa on<- 
InaUy named McNeill Bay after 
tlir llr»t aetUers in this dlMiict 
Captain Bdward MrNetll. a retired 



•ealer fuberman who live* in the 
victnuy. I* an aoctwtor of the llr< 
NeiU ptooeeri At one time the land 
around Uua bay waa almoet laotaied 
eurpt for the pr«>peny of a few 
aettlert In recent yean. Shoal Bay 
•aa built* up wnh modem homes 
and picturesque sardens About a 
m»ie from the sh«ire you can aee 
rocky Tnal UUnd. where a Ja-fe 
bfhihotue le uiuaied 
Covuinulnc aloof Beach Drive, 
yuu lec Oak Bay Boaihouae. where 
small plraaure craft anchor Owners 
of these boau enK*y excellent fish- 
uif In the nearby waters, intludlnf 






Mlmnn frllbe and bhirbacKa In 
the vicluity of U>e buathouer are a 
serlrs of small oeache* or co'r^. 
•-heUrred and ptc-iureaqu' 
reounL-aeni of ihc i-ove? 10 ihe Old 
Country around Torquay. Devon 
There U alM> a small |«lr*-.ure park 
with aving* nearby. 

S.AMIl >TK»T<Hf>* 

Theie »e'eial briiuiiliil --noy 
brarhes In the Upland* dcvulcl. 
Thrur can be re»*rhed from the city 
and include a icenir drive throufh 
I 4 W of the mc»t beautiful reaidt-ntial 
aectiofu of VIcUiria and a natural 
park of rnarled Crarry oak> rrowtne 
uo a )u»h carpet of wUd Ouwer> 
WUluwa Beach B the larkr>l beach 
m this area and It la bordered by 
an amusement park where ball 
iramn can be played, and there are , 
ssrimcs for the children. A little 
further ak>nf are *everal Mnall 
sandy beaches dotted between the 
Willows and the Royal Victoria 
Yacht Club. 

A superb view of yachts at anchor, 
craft under sail, and frequent 
retauaa afford an additional pas- 



time («-r vwtora to this ocach. 
About a Bide from Uplands Beach. 
Cadboro Bay p siiuaied. This Is 
snotficr of the Urv* »andj beschc? 
anich niakev bathing del 4 :hlfiil. It 
derive ipi name aficr the Hodxm's 
Bay Comparo'- schooner. Cndboro 
IN JAMkh BAV 

Witt. HI a mile or two from the 
.itv besche^ in the vicinity of J*me> 
Bay affoid mteiesung sifihu lor a 
visiinr They are ckwe to the Outer 
Harbor and Opden Point plerx 
Pa.vaetqtrr boats, frelfhten and fer* 
ries from the Uimed Suie pass In 
and out 

The water* bt»rdeiing all these 
oearhes are the Strait of Juan de 
Fiica. named after a Greek aaiior 
who claimed ihrir discovery in ISP 2 

U^Hni have a prefererice for bath* 
inf ih lake waters. Thetis Lake 
about »*v*mile* from the city, la 
Utuated amidst a vrene of woodland 
Dcauiy.. and lu water* are deep 
and EU Lake and Beave 

about eifht oiile from Vic- 
toria. also afTt/rd kond bathing 
facilities 



V. - ■ ; . 






















WILLOWS klACH 



Sitting on the Fence 



By Nathaniel Gubbins 



A c^ontfv cirl cuinplauiv m a 
htagaaine Uuit she and her young 
Ilian are so urrvoua that all they 
ever say to each cUlwr are •Whai*' 
and Pardon’” 

U 8 doo]^ lalk much m\ chap 
and me. 

Al'bough we walk all day 
When he layv ‘P»rd«nj’' I *ay 
Whaf* 

Aitd he «ays W'luu ee vav - 

1 > cv'iunuy lanes he olds my and 
His Uatks are bqfmng ot. 

1 -ay 'Whai^' and ‘I beg vcmr* 

All he *avt Is What' ' 

I -ry to like the thmes he like*. 

Hut dunl know what thev be 
4 girl rani know if all he mv> P 
What’ and "Pardon me ' 

Mt grantlad mys if kaig ago 
WThen Eden wa* a garden. 

T t rre’d be no us It Eve »ald What’ ' 
And Adsun "Beg yemr pardon’'* 

It i-haps >ald ntml but 'Pardon me ’ 
And girla said aowt but What’” 
TTtered be no banns. Do wtddtn 
bells. 

No cradle and no n*t 

Nest >imr my ehap «vv Whai’” 
to me 

I reckon ru my "Ye* • 

And while be’* thlnkin that one out 
I u bur Dty werkdin dress 

And when ]Ne Irvl IB up the Wide 
I U lead huu up the ganlen. 
When were vpilred up I'll give tm 
W*har*- 

"Whai fur' and ' Beg your pardt>n ” 
BkAt'TIFlL nurNDSHlP 
*”nie abide relaUonship seems 
W be a refined form id rrieywlditp. 




THIS WEEK'S COVER 

Iteeping •r*tO b ' rvet Nom O 

high tpof is ei«e evvxthr e or- 
cuv slunk In this cow a « o 
•oterv »*wo*urt ond »h« *wee 
«»ho hoW d’e *-r^ of ronvoB 

hoe* W b* ehoertt *0 
pw posnt of lending TK«i 
•««A I c€w*» ihows e Va’oeio 
hren-«n *r> o proCt« tear O* 
Woilouonert. 




bui with oo passam it ii. warns 
a ducu»r roiumnu.t in reply to a 
wtiman askuig if she »hould marry 
a 40 year-old bachelor who N 

kind and sincere, but shows do 
sign of love. ' 

' You'd rather not sit m the divan’ 
next ki me? Oh very well, then 
Sit »*a>ewiiere ei>e I'm vur* I 
d«wi t mmd ' 

So I dua f miad af afZ. 5 t( m 
the ae«icA«te irtfA rAe eeewtiip poper 
Oe Mf on fAe rap bg lAe ttrepUut 
likf aa otd ivmcMt w-rffiuaf gwfafioa 
5 U aapirAree o*i of raape of IA« 
perfume I used rpma/ff fur goa. / 
rappose / rpraf tiro Aoars soakiap la 
a jreafed IwrA to I couM tmeil mg- 
arff mil tAr errwrap. 

'Yuu r.e feeling tired tonight? Oh. 
wliat a shame Hinr about a ecktail 
to wake yiHtrseU up? No’ Alcohol 
gue* uv your head, doca ll 7 Well, 
well. well, we can't let that hap- 
pen •* 

5 o fow raw r d»iak. rtfAer eoa'f 
^m. gu« preaf gepefabfc* Forty gaart 
oid mnd ome bttte rouktmiJ *>omld po 
to that pra krad aad taddfe lAaf 
Ntfle brgra Prrhmpt tf woafd drlre 
jpaw of fA< Arad, stacere tAosipAtt 
oat of It mmd mmke ru b*a for tk* tap- 
bmd mJf farktap ta the faheoasrtoak* 
WeU. erea a teotf m a ptn tmpe 
tutt mmid b* better rkmn mo woi; 
mt mil. ifagbe. after one tdtie rock- 
tmtl. the bsp bod mit vomtd bar> 
Its bip. ioap aoee ta the curtt / Aad 
Awsdr af tAc Aaird'-esser’s fAu mfter. 
aooa. 

Photographs’ Oh. gvwidv Thafk 
you with the Cyelmg Cliib -t EKirk- 
Bg. wnl It’ And that's thr ryeltnc 
nub Ue? It's certainly difficult w 
•ee It in t vuipkhot but I'm vure it s 
pretiy ’ 

ret fn JW'r tAe CTKhap Ctab 
he u pretty. Parple prrea. aad 
geOiar vuuid po wWI mth a met 
lore bke goara Aad fAof was a 
pa-f«re of gear dear otd asi«fAer. 
was tt* 5 ercats-aiae g^rs old mnd 
mU her ova tretA It thmt her ovn 
mote t<v* WeO I mm turpnted. t 
thofht tt Bvas a fmlte or emmicml 
a«vse. fa *acf / JAtapAf gt'a'S -at 
a roratraf aose xatif goa btev- tt ftka 
a lTk<ape( TAe >a«.-t thm{ jaw raa 



Mov go«r aose moAei ail tbs dwfer- 
eai'e doesa’t if’ TAe dr/fe»cace he- 
ra-cea gow mnd aa oat tmfe*. 

“Oh must you gu’ Oil »h«t a 
ptty. Just when we werr having 
such a wonderful, nciung evening 
Gtiod-bye. Do come wpsm 

Tet. do exmte apam. gv** p<a- 
ttnped near wait, pom tesiett aa/ 
emter. goa bloodies* i-obhape TAea 
ru pal mmmcmia la mg twiA aad 
beAiad mg ears aad fiU mg Hair 
iPtfA plwe Aad tee’ll Jpead a woa- 
dertul. emftap eeeatap hioAtap at 
pH-tarex of gernr hco-Hoade<f praad- 
mother 

>T)EWAKD OLANCk 

U te the year MM. A C oart W 
PabUr JmUce hs sHUag I* roasSder 
the elalai af • petMloaer tee p«s 4 - 
aar tirdlt*. 

'As I KDdersiand M. * my* the 
preaSdent of the coort, 'a promlM 
vws made by the OovcTTunent in 
power at the time that a percentage 
uf tnciane tax paid by peti'mner.v 
ascestivr during the war of 1 P 3 P -46 
was to be repaid after the crwaUoo 
of bnaUlitiew Whi) broke the 
promise’" 

•A imnotteml aad f»fremelg *«- 
gopaiar jtafe«nuia va/led Cripp$ 
aofonomi lor hu ratAiearaess." 
‘Hem was the promise brjkrn’" 
'CVIppe. rAo trot aa absofafr dm- 
tmtue to tar m» mmtKmml finmmet 
were roacerwad ttsued am order f Aaf 
rAe errditt were not to br paid to 
mea aatif tAeg ^emched the ape of 
•S Vivmew were po?d or (Ac ape 
of 60 ” 

'What If they died before that 
age’ Did their belrv mhertt It*” 
•"Sot mntii tAeg ai*o rMKked (A* 
rpetn/ied ape.” 

TTiat man Cnppr was a mwar* 
pntiurlaa." 

"TAe tmarfesf la Atsforg. TAr 
cose of aig cItenS. oped N lodug. w 
tAof mtt one of Aw oarestors ewer 
rpacAed tAe ape of 60 or 16 TAere- 
fare tAe poshror credit o» lAe orlp- 
mal credifor kmt meter been pouf 
dartap 500 geo*-*.* 

'A-nd be rxprcu Ihr foeven' Ovv- 
•enment lo pay ttl** 



' .Utft oolg pog If but aiso pas L-om- 
poaad lAferesf oa tAe onptaai tmm 
armmnting now to eererol Ihcmtend 
milUont ot pohadi" 

* Faced with a xltuaUun like thu.” 
wys the prmidem, ”1 think Crtpps 
amJd have Houed a new order stating 
that thrs«e credii* were Dot to be 
paid until your rhrnt reaches the 
MC of 100 Case adjourned lor 3 S 
vearv " 

Kf IT 1 .> INTO B.ATTLi: 

iiiK hundred CtAtvrwdo bcUir» 
tiave already invaded Alderney 
aj>d been destroyed ' »>wai the 
»e«*. 

TKaid luck, boy.' mid the Col- 
(«rado beetle to one of his i 000 000 
K>ns as the Ultle felkm buckled on 
hLv rqulpoirat. 

'TAaak gow falAer ” 

'I kmm you vor. t dti«race the 
family " 

"No. falAer.” 

"Never lose siphi of your Objective, 
buy PrvM c« after the pcruioea " 

• Yet father’’ 

-That'* what made Drake and 
Raletgh great That'i what made 
England great They were shrwy* 
after the pofalue*.” 

*f fAoapAt a wmt Spontth fold 
tuther.” 

" 1 ( h the saoie thhig Ameriraru 
uiU call mmev potatoes. I m proud 
vuu're in the first wave of the at- 
tack bov ” 

’One a* the erpendable betilet. 
father ” 

Don't laik that cuward's stuff 
boy. YiM're a cununa/tdo bmle 1 
wiah I werr voung enough lo go 
with you. ' 

• Po goa. faiAerr*' 

T was chowen for the firm wave of 
strack in the campaign of 46 But 
1 had a Mt of a coM at the time lo 
they put me on the staff You ought 
to have seen us storni the new potato 
fiekB of Jmey. Thousands fell, but 
the Boain bndy pressed on regardlese 
I reoKBiber mytng to the general at 
the tune . . .” 

Rather than hear his lather's war 
remmueenee* again »he little bee«)e 
kis*.rd hi mu'hir gpod-bve and few 
ef! « ih hi rrvimmt 

>-l/-ndcgi Evprtw* 



Warring 

Fortune 

Hunters 

By GORDON SMITH 

DuriDg Uu Kkmdike rush when 
Vi^turia did a thriving trade In 
suirplymp and transpurtuig tnan> of 
the gold seekers, a number uf 
sicamidiips frame to this port u 
engage in the service between Vic- 
toria and Skagway. One was the 
Kuirb. a mm little veasel built In 
Ekigland as a yacht for the Rajab 
of Kutch. who told her when he 
needed OKUiey to pay debU The 
Kutch was wrecked in Northerr 
waters, abandoned, and after being 
partially submerged for some 
mnnlhs was salvaged and told to s 
group In Seattle who transfrrrrd 
the craft to United Suies registry 
and renamed her the Jessie Bsr- 
ning 

Nf WS-<;».TT 1 NG 

1 wa> at San Francisco when 1 
saw the Kutch again. She had beeti 
tought by agent' of the Colombsan 
OovemiDcnt and was being fitted 
with four quick-finng HutclikU# 
guru mounted on platforms on ihe 
after deck the Kuich was to be- 
<<ime a Colombuai guiib««t. 

1 was then vlslUDg Martin Lgar. 

- Uus wa.v In 1902 and with Jack 
London, we were lunching at the 
Bohemian Club when Martin mw 
a distinguished - kxiking man wei: 
advanced In year* standing nisr 
'he dvitr Egan he was a brtlUanr 
newspaperman - - had acenicd a 
story Hr returned with his quarrv 
in tow Hr WM Iniroduetd as Cap- 
tain Marmudukf. who was to rum- 
mand the CokunWan gunboat Bo- 
fi>tm the rx-Kutch. ex-Jra*»e Ban- 
ning 

FOR ADVKNTlKf: 

“1 suppeoe there’s a sufI»cier.<T 
of tokUers of fortune at San Fran- 
cisco to provide your complemcn*^ 
asked London. 

"Ample, the Captain replied. ' 1 vr 
got some offleers trained in ih* 
Uiuted Stale* navy, wicn whov« 
fought with Dewey and Sampum 
une who deserted from a United 
Stales warship to fight •* • Dutch 
soldier In Bonveo." 

'In fact a bunch of adventu/rr- ” 
said Egan. 

It was some month* lalrt a her. 
back In Vlrlorta I learned of '-hr 
voyage of the Boguia from 'hr 
offierr* of H MS. Phaeton when she 
returned to RsqulmaU from her 
patrol cruLvr In southern water* 
The B<goU reached Panama after 
a trvlng voyage of eighteen day* 
from San Francisco her engine* 
gave much trouble and coal gave out 
two days out At Panama a fifteen 
pounder Krupp gun was mounted or. 
the forecastle head and ffnir nu-r? 
%iX'poundert added to the four in- 
stalled at San Pranelsco; *dsu a 
(welve-pounder mountain buwii/er 
un a field carriage was placed 
aboard 

ON THE PROWL 
Thug armed, after days of cere- 
raontal vtelts of gold-braided odk uL> 
keeping her saluting guru bus> the 
Bogota put to sea to seek the PadtUa 
Boraco or other revolutlonarr gun- 
txuts In expedltlotw Into shallow 
river -mnuths she raptured a 
and salt -laden srhooorr— exprdt- 
tioD* during srhlch Richard Kane s 
former U 8 seaman, wtu killed and 
IJeut ParkfT and other crew mem 
ber wounded In a blockade off San 
Pnfru River near the Costa RKsr 
border the Padilla and Boyaro hac 
taken thelter nine miles upstream 
Revolutionary batteries at thr 
river-mouth cooibincd with arilUer' 
and rifle pits along the shore pre- 
vented the Bogota from entering the 
river ao she ftood off the momh and 
shelled the batteries The bkuksiV 
had M'en m prngrea* for five d*v« 
when HMS Phaeton, then stni'h- 
bound from Panama, arrived to ad- 
vise the btockaders that the war wo* 
over -that peace had been d*»l^e< 
at Panama. 

P>g the remainder of their enu-iut 
•he S 4 »ldlrr« of f 'lltiiie tran»i- 
•urtendert-d Liberal solmirf a- * 
fvfiiprea. 



Ma 6 aZB 4 C MCTIOH 



r»MIY COl.OMST, VKTOR^.^. RC ^I’NPfY. IVNF 2.' 1«»V> 



11 




■ she took 
lilSU- 
~..T tore- 
deservluf 
.. In Bas- 
Superlor 
she waf 
tiw' hold- 
' enier- 
f the In- 



varly day-* Later on la Ufr 
up the cause of the 
mte and wo> for many > 1 - 
m«h>t tn the work of that i 
iiutitutMCi. first at the i - 'i- 
iiun Square and later ut: 
Street At the latter !-<><{ 
Identified pr. ounmtljr tn i 
:i)g of nutnertois social^ 
tainmenu for the benefit* 
Mituie funds " 

There were no it-id <t 
nimrriagr and m when i . 
Mr AndecMin grouing 
knely and he took to v r 
memoir* In them he f- iw^ 
nes» and contentment lor 
•bled him to k«k back i ; 
Victoria and lus sebuo ■'t 
Mirrowf iherv When he k 
1990 he etted in Vk ioria <■ 
Mdl of an au*o<noU> mn ' 1 < 



Old Homes and Families 



of Church HUl Thither we buys 
were periodically ordered lor U-o- 
sonal operaUODs. ahirb were of 
rough style, one to two minute'i be- 
uig the time occupied. Lbe hau 
bcuig -imply rn-pped oft In a 
straight line round ibr head and 
allKWcd to fall «ht-re it Ib-trd, 
usually much to the dL-« umfurt of 
the b>>> ■ 

1HAT F1 K*-t s( H(M>(. 

Anderjon give* such a vivid ac- 
ixiuni of that first schoul. that la* 
word.s are worth u.Mng in full. They 
forro an imponant chapter in the 
-tory that R Virtorta Of his 
•chooldays at FVci Victoria he 
wrote' Mr Staines of rather un- 
certain tcm]>er and dt-po^ed at 
times to be unduly .vevere In ad- 
mint'lerlng corporal punu-hment. 
w%h nfver'.helcM a good student and 
teacher tn natural hhtory and— I 
• 0 * pe\cr cruelly or even severely 
changed, as m all liuthfulne-i. 1 
must admit wme of the boys were 
1 ran recall many lessons impHited 
i» mr in the Held and which have 
influgnced my alter life. 1 now 
realuae Uiai whiLt hr was of iinrer- 
lain temper, be wa- enriuwed with 
qualilie^ ritlrulAted to win the ro- 
.-pcct snd even the Une of tlicor 
who wrte rn rapport with him. I 
rraUxe the brrit-ficial rvsuJls ut tlie 
rcnv**i',atKMU wr hod durWit our 
evcucaUKis to hy. ‘arm at M"Uih 
Tolndr. ami to Mvchoitn. 

4 Mr . Stahir- wi;.' a much more 
rneriieilc pet>»jn. she It wa- who 
reslly kept the school going .>ad tn 
-plfe of many undoub'etlly adverse 
ctfcuhistance* mau.igrd co«»pura- 
tively mo-i rn*ditably 1 can sec her 
now- with a row of curls d. wn eaih 
Mde of her atmular face, by no 
mearis unprepo*^<‘^.*lng however, 
>parg flkure. clad In bUck. a lady 
unduubiediv. and when walking 
holditg up her .-kirt- oo each side 
and ordering the glrb to l»u.. w her 
example 

tllT OI KLXIlOX 
What luiiny Uw.klng gu>-- we 
have been m ottr odd inakj- 
>mft of cwuimr* Wi en my sbigr 
appeared or the Kenr she was cos- 
tumtd in a print pown which was 
madf like a bag wnh holes (or the 
bmd *hd arms and ued around the 
w ' and a fv'ke bonnet like a 
real ocuiile Tltese *vie all pro- 
nnuriced by the D«'ukIhs girls as 
being quite ovi of fashlun and a 
Kuwo was made with a point tn 
froiil and a small --traw bonnet ob- 
tained. Mv suit of leather shirt and 
trousers, cloth cap with a peak, and 
mnr<ta-m> were not considered so 
unfashionable, bu* the shirt was 
rh.utirMl for .1 m.de'^kln Wou>e 



A CENTURY ago this month two 
/v -leepy-eyed unhappy children 
Mrpprd ashore In’m Indian war 
carioev on the beach of the Beacon 
Hill waierfrunt. 

They had come lo Port Victona 
to school from their birthplace at 
Fort Colville, u) Wa.*<hiiigtun Stale 

Jamr- Rubert Anderson and hu 
sister. Elua. were taken in charge 
that day by the Douglas faituly 
6 c«.ai they were registered at the 
Mho<>i in the Fort operated by the 
Rf\ R J. Sullies and hu wif*-. It 
was British Columbia's fu^t mIvuuI. 

James Ruht-rt and Elua wca-e the 
rhildreti of Alexander Caulfield 
Artderaon. of the Hudson's Bay 
C 4 >mpany. It was a hard de\'Utuo 
he and hu wiife. who was a bimie. 
of Oregon, had to make— sending 
iheir children k faf away, but it 
hod to be done, or.d James Dmiglos 
and hu wife said the children would 
be well cared for and quite welcome 



hu 

: happ^ 

they en- 
old Fort 
)oya ami 
• 6 k m 
tn* re- 



Oerman 
S,tudents Had 
Enough War 



PtiMM ttem a r Sfeaiwa 
Bi'dcopc Woti— o (we 



THI jAMfS K 09 I 6 T ANMRSOH cottoge 
roused evctemefif 



field Anderson and hu faintly came 
to live at 'Roeebank. ' a Baanlrh 
fonn Beside* James Robert and 
Siaa there were Allen. Harry. Alex- 
ander Walter Arthur Agne* and 
Rose 

WEBUINr. OF JAMFtt 
In IMS James Robert wa* married, 
os reported in The Colonist . "On the 
36 lh Ortober. at Park Cottagf Hum- 
boldt Street, by the Ri-v E Cridge. 
James Robert Andcrwin to Mar) 
Shaw HarbeU wccffid daughter, also 
Murray Wilson Thaln. to Margam 
Ann Sancton HarbcD. eldcM daugh- 
ter of the late Cornelius Hai bcO oi 
New Brunswick We are Indebteti to 
Messrs Amleraon and Thaln l«r 
■wedding ^avo^^ We wish thnae 



Oeruiar 



Mure than 90 tier rent 
uriiverslly aiudenu w -l ■ rejec" an 
(rppumftthv to beeumr -'i 
if Otniiaoy had her o«rn 
thev ciHtlrt brt'ime olfluei 
mg to a publK uptnlno po 
th Amiiiran High < > ■ 

The p*»ll quiwikuied i* 
frruu Erlar*pen and M 
venutiev of wh**m TO i = 
verved tn the Wr*:-.^ 

Wurid War II 
eighty p*-r cent sold 
prefer a fuvrriimrat w 
anteed human freedom- 
ernDM-nt which plarnt 
•ecurity ahead of t - = 
in cv«ipikrisun. 60 i- 

the geniwal public In '>• 

«iac aald they i ' 

•Kurlty beture human 



■ wi'Uld 
- ■ guar* 

-t a gov- 

eetmotrie 



AiaerM-wfi 

rcdnrmif 



J 9 ANDERSON — r> m>dd<« Me 



ill 'he big Dtiiqrla* home m .lame* 
Hftv 

TOKTUOUS TRIP 

jMnir> Robert Anderson in lus 
rr.eniuir* tells of the trip be and 
hu dsier made to Victoria. Tliey 
iraveled up the Columbia, and over 
ilip H'<pc-Prmreton trail and then 
M- Fort Langley and Point Roberts 
Anderson wnjtc. when he was an 
«qd man. Towards evening, the 
wind havuig abated we re-embarked 
and headed for Plumper Pa-u But 
f'h the miiiery I endured, what with 
m\ recent parting, the terror of 
•he rough seas, the savage crew 
and their terrifying can«« songs 
A bed was made for me In the ceuire 
of the carvoe. when after Itours of 
torture, tn my futile attempts to 
balance the rocking of the canr*e. 
exhausted nature at length came tn 
my reha f arnl I fell asleep '* 

Next maaming the canoe wa‘ 
beached In Plumper Pa«s and soon 
another canoe, carrying Elisa, ar- 
rived and the children had break- 
faet with the Indians over a beach 
fire The journey wo* resumed and 
late that aftemtx»n the ranoea 
reach'd a Snanich Inlet beaa'h for 
Mipper. 

T was awakened the next ma-ni- 
It.g wrote Andenwm. by water be- 
ing -prlnkled on mv face bv mv 
«L»»»-r and hiund their canoe along- 
»Ule nuf' Ju*t off IVacain Htll ” 

SFT TO WFFniSO 

Va>ung Anderson wasnt fuMV 
about the Staine- vchool He and 
the u'her buys wrrr put to weeding 
Mr Siainr»’ garden f'-r he loved 
to grow vegi-lablr* and fl<>wtr.s 
Anderwm :i»d he spci.t many a 
no'-erable hour weeding and thin- 
ning In *piie. however of what I 
• tw-n catneidcred a wa.'te of time 
which nUBht have b«en mure 

profi'abtv in play. I have every 
reason now to reabre it wa- that 
very duta'teful w <rk which ftr« 
ImpUnicii In my boi«<m the nucleus 
if a k>ve i-f nature arid the cuhiva- 
n->r. rf tj>r will" 

Viiti'rut ;u'.-.;dt" the !■ r' was a 

rf»igh arvd reartv place m those 
tUys Tlie ladjf of ‘he place 6r- 
rid>-d II was lime the l> *■ liad Ukii 
hair cu* ao a barber » i» found 
Wrote Anden<»n. The p». z-ret bar- 
ber of Vtnnrta was Mrs OuUiuit 
the wife ,.f an ccipluvec of th= 
Huiiirfvn'r. Bay Cumpanr oc- 

eiiptrd * ubaK h< use at the ba" 



ih< eiudents 
that t*rr- 
Ij.r the war, 
< thd adult 
' AnHrtcan 



MRS J. R ANDCR90N — K«k-ed 
solWs 



neos and pioapeiitj u. Uv» new 
i^ere of life on wluch thej have 
emervd •* 

Mr and Mr* Anoeraon. Uke ao 
many oid-umers. went to live m 
Birdcage Walk. tr. a m'dewt enough 
cottage, ac^ tfi on old-fashioned 
garden. Mr A/ideraon was m a 
variety of bvixtneoae* In 16 T 4 he was 
with Findlay Durham A Brudie In 
1662 he was manager td Btroura ft 
Company, importers arid dealer* in 
xmeral merthandne. on Wharf 
.Street In IRM) he wo* name*' deputv 
mlniKtkr of ogriruiiure 

One day in 1901 tjure was great 
excliemen! at the Anrter*"ii home 
Tlie Colonist rvprrrled ' As the re- 
-silt of a lire which cjccwirred at the 
re«ldetire 36 Birdcage Wulk. Mix 
Andefsem wife of ihc deputy mOu- 
-ter uf agrirultiirr wa» badly burned 
about the fare arm- and f.houlder* 
Mr- Andervm wa* In her bedroom 
when the lamp u;r-e» >.efttng fire to 
'he bedding Tlie r<ihen* In the h*»uae 
acre at rtii»ntT and w»re no* aware 
of live fire unnl » paov^r'by ruahed 
in fff»m the siree* and inhiTBK-d 
them that there va- a ftri m one 
of the upstair* 'oum* 3 l*ey hurrtSI 
up-ialrs arvd fuund Mr> Andertor* m 
• rMiniinp mndhUiT. Bhr wav ahnuat 
uncrmsclovu when iitk>n from the 
ovimifig n-'m The tue wg- gukkiy 
rximmiivl>ed and the damefe to tlie 
t'lrrv.'ure wi - no* rrea* ' 

<;r>or> m if.mmn 

vti.M. M. Aiidif' rn di*U m 1916 
I be ColuTi.ft 'E er forrmre-f 

•n aori of rliarvj in an unostenta- 
tl« • manner *he r» lined many 
ew»e- of pcoerrj *r.c uvitgenee tn the 



0 mat* rvala. 

V.. ,, 1 ^;,' (It* 

r = v.'| fnus 



g ANDER50N — *•« ^ 



uiiM bflow the w.»bi snd 
ajitt emrmou* white bvi 
•aucers 

Bundnv at the St.one- 
to this dnj a dov of tert 
Aitof morning 
brrukfAst. 5 UC 1 : a* tt 



pn«v*rs we had 
brt .id and 
♦re#-'- and*, whhou* milk Chvirch 
.»! n in th- nv-“" h'»h to which •*• 
w'erf ►uiriinuiied b> tla rtiigii-g 
»hf F"ft twU. then dinner p*»*Pf-*' 
A/id ftch then - 

dreqrv bfti tu- -'h ksi'-'rr tV CWI- 
.r^i4 h- * I b;vted *hem f-r--; ;< ntiv 
;r ;>f ilie h.ird w . benrhr.-. 

] 'lied =- fall 0*1* rp sru] w -r ts-tide 
IU» If r were e* *ht " r-th»p« 
.yii.g «t full lcng*h :hjnk;i.g ef 'l.r 



snow 



aFFRaISCRS as 

AOCMONflRS 

Maynard & ! 

791 JokatM * 




A. 



DAtT.Y COr.ON(sT vifv TORr^ ^ ' VrNn\Y TUVF 25, 



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Exp«rim«i»talForm Notes 



Care Needed in Transplanting 



iTm Mto* I -| — ^ •* »• 

!*• nwit— 

E vmmr jrm< t»uch c&rei4Mtt«M U 
•tiown tb* Ufuag And 
tMndUi« o( pi^U tor 
MC dltftcvd for ttor vrlUrr 

ni the plARt 1 * enmennr •woof ff- 
fT tf i ft&d nurrrry*^ 
«itk« PUdU eoBODC M the auiMi 

Isotopes Aid 
Plant Study 

'ftedto acUre aut«rhb are oat 
tkcneflcia] to l^ant frovtb and tb^lr 
*l preaeot U confto^ to Uie 
lAboratory.*' Mid Dr B J AUttnaoo. 
DiriMjii at Cbemlatry Bdencd Serv- 
lot. Daparuami ot A«rutilturr 
Ottawa. addraMinc the aeeUnd of 
the ProTtnctal PerUlUer BoarvU 
bemc held at Uie Central £*pert- 
tnencal Farm. Ottawa, and attended 
hr Federal and iwoeinctal cfBclaU 
atMi repreaentatire* from the frt- 
flHoer trade. 

Dr AUtnaon said that the ose o< 
thMe radio active laoiopei le fer- 
MMvrs had he«n earefullr Mtidied 
(tret in CaUfomia. and later tn <dher 
parta oi the world, and all espen- 
meiitt ttet throe Mb«Un«a» 

had no bmtcflclal afleet oo plan* 
«Twwth and their •oonowUc aoe la 
ml rrwommendad at the preaem 
tMae 

F^« an aeademir ar a labnratorv 
scaodpoint. however, he aakl that 
ttiey were beln< pot to food uae a* 
a asetbod of studjrtof the aoreAem 
•d plant food wiihla the plaot he 
— of a Oe l ger Coon ter and had 
mme rahte for this porpoae 



otwa arrive in s drted-out coikii- 
tton sod axe Uteralljr dead before 
they are planted Thl* ti a plea for 
more rare In handlmf woody ax 
well aa heroaneous plants Small 
fibrous roou upon which thr plant 
dependa dry out surprlaincly toon 
when exposed to the open air and 
of course to direct eunhebt 

Fruit trees and other nurserv 
stock wuh exposed roots should be 
covered emutouUy wuh wet t a c ki i « 
while betne moved Ruaes often 
suffer ft'im expoaute When pack- 
a«tu« for obippinc. such planu 
should be baled In peat moao- On 
rac«lTin( a packofe of plants that 
have been dud for several days. U 
te a good plan to place thr roau in 
water f'lr several hours Ultle dlffi 
culty wiH be encountered In moving 
plants when U Is reallird that thev 
are super sen-viuve and r.-’p-ind 
MTuaHy readUv to food "'♦l' 
treatowni 

F«f SING TOMATO*?* 

pruninT*^nd trsminf tomatoe> 
are simple iotm which uivplee m 
esten-tlve knowledge, skill of expe- 
rience but Beverlheleaa, tlw are 
rather pucthnf to the nov» gar- 
dener Fhsl of sa be sure the 
variety la a staking sort lorj If K » 
of* the self •pruning or dwaH type 
It will not Uke kindly to the prun- 
tag treament producing only 
stunted growth and reUtlvely few 
often mtMhapen fruits, with a pn»- 
nouoced tendency to crack 

Having satisfied yourself that the 
variety U a sUklng type, means oi 
support must be provided TTvls u 
done either by individual stokm 
which ibould be Mt before planUnr 
out. or os soon os poaslble after* 
words or by twine. In the lattor 
systom the twine U fastened at the 
(op to a borlsofiLal wire supported 
at s height of about five feet by 



- Some PopClar Annuals - 





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- PCTU^tAZ 










t 







- MAAfCOlO 



• SAlAfClOSSfS 



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- Paa/S/£S* 



« ..sht oonular aimush wba* mrt. reawmsKte earn wdl wM s wealth M basmdwl 



btooas. AB os- — — — « ^ j 

(t) ZINNUS - cut iowerx. tnog IsMag colon row veBow. Msoa -hn* Ad scarier 

a» PKTVNIAS — SbUwW baddiag plsots m uogW «.^rad ar tnaged hpA^Colors-^. rose 
i^te. maKogaay lad. aad vanegated ' 

Coloes-cwe. red. ennuoa 

mi oreami wWr 

COSMOS — Strong pU«M with large fc*w*n bldem «p aoI froet Culurs-roae, pmk sod 
whiM. ^0 

tsT MAllfOOLO^ for • weskh ef color sM summer and fall sre Ae^-Mllcil Remarks^ di*erwt> 
al *>«er lonm Colors— jwflow aod oraoge. jf 

m '* SALfh^OSSlS A a imiwusl ami beaMilal Sower somerimea called paioted Mr ^ Eaipenx 

Pram has a coondete color range C«cUe«t lor Straw arvaagcmecu*. 

fit aSTXH — rnmerated W -Csklonus Swruhavc*. Asten com »o awmerooe J}“»’ 

^ are awwlteol foe vot fcwerv aral Mciom frvaw wtaj-eupuuc* to trosC Gdoes ■ blue, 

aoee. ptok aad wHoe. ^ 

M PANSIES — for wufc raoge ti colors aad individHal beawt> of tdaim are unrurpawed They 
^ prudotw (hew Swerr Sowm ta cool weather ^ 

eVUn^TJ flaal dl aiAuab «a wed drw n ed aad eanwhed sod Seep bhMwa pH.4wl aod F»o 
pMwty of awarTufc dunag tha hot weathar. ____ 



Sw ATees^a C Atcmt er q /A- 






«tout arakt’ and IiK*aeIy a* the 
tom U> the ba^e of the stem of the 
plant In training, the moai eonmoo 
method U to tram io s Aing'? stem 
Ail aide growth which develops ta 
the azib of the learca u rubbed ou' 
arhen It is about an bich long A.* 
this growth Will develop Quickly 
when the plant Is making octiv 
growth. Ihia he attended to 

about twice a week. The termina. 
growth may be stopped two leave 
above the fourth bloasom chuter a* 
any further fruit l» onllkely to rtpeo 
FOCLTBT SrCTION 
Par'iy bacause ot the n'ive*iy of 
♦.he new airivalv, and partly berauju- 
the monetary tnvesfment is *ttH 
fresh tn mind, baby chicks ofter- 
rocelve ckwer aiteruion during ttv- 
first few weeks than they do latei 
When ehlclu are fmir or fi»- 
weeks old their rotoustneM tend.** l** 
lead the poultry keeper into a vourc- 
»r having passed the > 1 anger Una 
CompefMaUon for ohaervationv arc 
gained when by the early deiemtmi 
of coccklia kifeciKsD Uie dLsmsr u 
brought undw control by piomp' 
acticm BU)od liAincd dfoppmgs »»’■ 
or may not be obaerved dependmg 
MI tbe type of cocckhoau prcacn: 
but when a slackening of appeUte 
la noticed. birds with rulfied 

feathers and a morbid appearanoe 
ore aceu. then measures for clear Uw 
up the eoectdjoais must be practiced 
To halt the spread of the disease 
many curm ore recommended, but 
the best is the new weapon to com- 
bat tlie (llaeaie and Is now avail- 
able to the poultry industry Thi> 
new wonder drug, namely, sulfs- 
QUtnoxalltie 'or trade name suJfa- 
•oi> la one of the newest sulfa drugi 
aOd may be used both os a preven • 
uilve and control meo-vurr against 
cocol 'bloody coceidiosia and mtes- 
I chronic coccldl'xd* if dtrec- 
Uoos are followed 




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I- COSMOS WH<T( > sCTuaiaowAtf whiTI 
2 z.HHia t'ttwuT V aiYdXu*<i 
pWMt VOtCT OufCH 



THIS VlfW would be -ri-oms »von» any, 

Formal Floral Arrangement 
Gives a Charming Accent 



A OAROCN accent, or fucal putn< 
while a necesaary factor in 
good design need not be unpreMivr 
elaborate, or expensive It should 
stand out in cooiraat with lU back- 
ground. yet be ID harmony with !>• 
surroundings 

Agatiui a shrubbery border, s 
f'lnaal paved arA. centred with 
a bird bath, and adg*d with a bor- 
der of annuals, will make a chono- 
mg focal point, especially* as the 
terminus of a view froo a window 
terrace or porch It migbr be large 
enough for a f^w garden seaw. 
shaded by a garden umbrella, which 
would allow the sunshine full acces'< 
to the flowera 

As in the cose with oil forma'. 
garden arrangemenu. the sampler 
the desagn. the bettre "nae form 
^nA rrUof of the fkiwert will then 
get fall attention There are many 
eooablnauons of annual flower-- 
which An be used in such a plant- 
•.ng White, pink and vtolct are 
.luggeited in the Ulustntun Cos- 



mos sensation white Ui the bs>k 
row will grow four to six feet tall, 
bearing lu Uige pure white single 
flowerv trum July until kiUUig frost 
in the Pall Dwarf white petunia- 
bofdermg the sides of the paved 
area wtU grow In bushes Ig inches 
high, and tliey will bloom through 
out the Summer Violet alynum. 
planted as a ribbon of purple a' 
the baoe of white flowers. wtU re 
maui m bloom long after the early 
frosts. 

For anothei attractive color plan*- 
ing use cosmos yellow flare for ilie 
background. j'Hlow LiUiput slnnlsi 
at the sides, and a yellow dwarf 
marigold In front Alyssum Vioie' 
Queen would provide a violet base 
f'jT the yellow flower* and all would 
flower freely until Winter’s arrival 
By Using annuals im all -Bummer 
decoration Is assured, and neb year 
the color combination can 
changed If desired. For early Bprinc 
effect tulips and daffodils could be 
planted, to be replaced by annu"W 
after they have bloomed 



Support for Bigger Plants 
Prevents Bruising Blooms 



By GOmOON LIND8AT bMITH 
■«x^*rIKD6, rams, and someiimea 
Just the weight of their own 
or fruits, will play* bob with 
big plants TTnlejn tupporled often 
they will be toppled over when Jusi 
at their best 

For bushy flowers Uke peonies 
wire bent in the shspe of a hoop 
supported about a foot or so 
from the ground. U aseellent For 
slender, taller plants such as to- 
matoes. dahlias, delphiniums, three 
u> six-foot slakes are recommended 
Thcac con be stained green or 
brown and won't be noticeable. In 
tying planu to these, very sof' 
twine or special raffia or ties are 
tjmi The ms&o thing is to sup- 
port flnnly without buuUng tbe soft 
plant too tightly, and to do thu 
early so that growth will not be 
cramped and look unnatural. Once 
♦hey start growuig quickly, staked 
tomatoes will require pruning uilp- 
ping off all side sboou and tying 
itnee a week. 

SinttMCK LAWN CART 
Oiwv the hot weather sioru It 
wUl not be neceosory and it la not 
advisable, to cut grass quite to 
oflen ot so short "nae lawn ma.v 
need more watering, however Ex- 
perts caution against sprinkling One 
gvuid making eiery weHt or ten day> 
dufinc a dry vpell is worth a dosen 
cif the other lund. Must weeds In 
the lawn are easily di. posed of with 
a spraying or tw-i with 3-4-0 
Of eourvr there Is little to be 
gained m killing out a bad patch 
of weed* with the new sprar* unln» 
the bare plo^ following is re s eeded 
with fi^iod lawn grass It also helps 
amttera to water and fertiltae tbe 
lawn about a week aher applying 
the 3-4-D to encourage new. quick 
growth of gross to flU ta where 
‘be wee ds have been destroyed 
NKVT.R TOO L.kTF 
Even where the first pioaUng 



couU have been done weeks sg • 
there IS still time to have a good 
garden. In most sections of the 
country one con go on planting seedi. 
both flower and vegetobleR. right 
up to the end of June, and tn some 
pl ^f a up to mid-July. With stand- 
ard vegetablea Uke beets. eorroU 
beans, lettuce, etc, the experts od- 
vise spreading plosattags regularly 
up to about mid-June ta any case »> 
that the harvest win be likewise 
sprMd over many xreeki 
To hurry along the late pUnUngs 
one esm take several short cuts 
The ground should be extn well pre- 
pared and some qulrk-acUng cum- 
meictal fertiliser applied to push 
growth Watering. If poovlble. will 
also help This growth wPh veg- 
etablA is especially dwirhblp ar«i 
particularly with those of which 
the roots are eaten 



Garde 



ning 



Hints 



After iris has flowered cut off 
faded stalks. At the same time 
Uijfpect plants for borer* — Unj bule« 
tn the lAves -and if found cut them 
out immedtatrty Dust cut. with 
sulphur 

• • • 

Dcmt let seed pods form on 
peonies Work ta a little general 
fertUuer cultivate around ttv 
pUou and water to help form the 
eras fiir next year’s blooming 

• • ♦ 

Seeds of f<ir late blo>im 

shuuid be sown in the seed bed this 
mouth Alywum. asters, calendulas 
candyuifi. cUrkio. cornflowers and 
tbe Uke ore the oucs to sow 
• • • 

As soon as foliage <m grope bya- 
emths Is dry they con be lifted and 
replanted The beat pUa Is to 
divide them and set the bulbs abopt 
MX Inches apart. They multiply 
rapidly. 





n\rr Y rnr.oNr'>T vreroRtx nr <;iAn\v m mt 



ma4aZ»mC MCT>0H 



Newspapers and the News of Another Century 



.iMtivh 



who * 0 * sMu a pi uto aop h ev 
of a different arhool. w 
warmly engaged in an satrohoosi oi 
discussion with the Oermsb. 
tag the order o) the sy -tern in whi>'h 
our earth ta placed. The 
obstinately maintaining ilie doctr^:-'^ 
of Tycho Brahe, that our earth is 
stationary, and that the sun :<>-i 
ploheu move around k os a ceiiti'-. 
whQe the sawyer, who is a discisi.e 
aad champion of the C- is*:!:! 
School, mamiaiiacd the documc of 
Newton and tbe moderns. 

AND GIN AND RTER 
’‘iiurh gta aod beer were 
boisited ta the dispute, and ir--h 
of leamiog and ekiquence lav;:i; i 
on both sidM 



M-jrc than s page of The Mes&ea- 
erf «ai given over to an account ot 
an afioir tnvolvuig liberty of the 
pceas House of Lords hod refusuJ 
«o allow publiratlon of an account 
of Lord MclvUle's trial, but hod sub- 
sequently allowed one publishing 
firm to prmt U A court dbpul* 
developed between this flim and s 
rival 

Tbe sensatioaal cose of a Swus 
butler who robbed bis maoier. posed 
as a “geniiemaB** and made great 
headway with tbe ladleo. drew con- 
siderabie Mtace ta The News A wu- 
nesa in the butler’s trial at Mar>- 
boroiMh Suect. pne Miss Caret said 
the accused had wined and fined 
her given expeciMve preoentt. and 
’’always repre se nted ^himself as s 
nobleman " 

“She alw^ supposed him to tw 
a gentleman.'' Tbe News reported, 
"becanae he was a foreigner ” 
FROFITS AND LOSItCfi 

Both papers carried a list of bank- 
rupts and firms paying dlvklendit 
Dividend payment always seemed to 
take place at “pubs'— a cosy custom 
“January 77. R. Wilkinson and O 
Daniel. Ktagstoo-Upon-Bull. mer— 
chonu. at 11 at the Dog and Duck 
Tavern. Kingston-Upoo-HuU 
R Sharp. Armlry. York, dry-salter 
at 11 at the 'Three Legs Inn. Leeds." 

There was on advance notice of 
a lottery, lor which the first prise 
was tM.dOO Theatrical and on 
criticism, some of 11 arunilous. got 
plenty of space A whole column 
was devoted to a cootroversy over 
Mr Kemble's proounclaUnn of the 
word “CortaL » * 

The Memefw carried this poUce 
news' “Monsloi Huiaae — On Friday 
on oncleni Br’.ion. named OfiffUh. 
was brought before \he chief mat- 
istrate charged with on assault an<1 
battery upon thr person of a Ocr- 
man phnoaopher. who b also a 
dealer In cheese, sour • crout. 
smoaked sausages and other savoury 
viands, of which otaault and bat- 
tery. the complainant exhibited the 
sad msrta«, In a pair of black eye*, 
and a countenance covered by the 
masterly strokes of an adept in 
pugilism" 

Oiifflih leatMvd that “th« sawyer. 



They Reod About Wors ond Revolutions, Fashions 
Politics ond "the Liberty of the Press" 

■y G. E. MORTIMORE 

HAT kind of newspapers JM the bearl of Russist U he Horn he ertng s biU to aboUsh the slave trade 

^ ,n must not stalv have great eoofldence House of Coen m o m beoid s report 

negotuiuNi* with 



of "the 
Froivoe “ 

While Uae world biased and 
taradgea crumbled. Uaere was atlU 
room for social tnvia in pspert read 
largely by tbe w^-to*do 

"Court and Fashionables ~ On 
Wednesday Has Majesty esme to 
town from Windsor, and at 3 o'clock 
held a privatee levee at tbe Queen's 
Polaoc Tbe following were pre- 
aexated to Hi* Majesty Lord Bread- 
olbone. on being created an English 
boron: Oen Hewitt, on being ap- 
pointed commander ta chief in 
India Wc understand that*His 
Majesty has been pleased to grant 
the vacant blue ribband and the 
Lord Lieutenancy of the County of 
Sussex to Ru Croce the Duke of 
Norfolk “ 

"Fashions for January Extracted 
from the third number of that ele- 
gant publication le Beau Monde or 
Literary and Fashionable Mogaztae 
for January Walking dress -a plain 
white musUn dress, walking length, 
mode high ta front and forms s shirt 
collar, richly embroidered long 
sierves. also embroidered round the 
wrists and at the bottom of the 
dross; a petime opera coot, wtthout 
any seam in the bock, composed of 
orange blossom tinged with brown 
mode wtih Angola cloth, trimmed 
cither with rich Chlncheoley fur 
Boble Up with gold, white fur wUl 
likewise look extremely dellrslP " 
rrOTK EXCHANGF. 

TTv* Meseenger reported that The 
Stock Exchange ha.i been one con- 
itaued scene of agitation since the 
departure of Lord tauderdsle Mr 
Ba.<dllr<i arrived with dlspalche* 
from Hu LwdRhlp oei Thmadsy 
morning, and the funds have fluc- 
tuated ever since ta a moat astonish- 
ing manner " 



Two paper* brougnt to 
from England in on old xrunk by 
Mrs Hilary D Bremner, Sl« Bpruag- 
ficld Avenue, supply a poruoi 
*nswcr They are The News, dated 
Sunday January 4. 1*07, and Bell i 
Weekly Messenger. Sunday Auiu.t 
IT. 1W< 

The Messenger, priced 7d Usted 
Itself as ’'prlDted and published by 
John Bell at hte printing office, the 
bock port of No. *0 ta the Strand 
Hu commercial and advertlM-menl 
IS at the comer of Southamp- 
tao Street. Strand, to which place 
«U order* and appUesUoas arc re- 
ferred * 

ON SINDAY MORNING 
The News carried this at its most- 
bead. 'Tliis paper is published ai 
ui early hour on Sunday moromt 
at The News' office ta Brydgev Street 
Add dutnbuied throughout the Mc- 
tnipolis and within the twopenny 
district by # o'clock: cocnmuni- 
:atlons ipost free* rvxpeelfully a*- 
tended to* 

B<)th papers are* leisurely and 
raUier dull lai makeup and style but 
«Mnr of the contents Is sensational 
enough. Opinion and Invective 
aflet tbe fashion of tbe day are llb- 
eesUy Dilxed with fact. 

The Napoleonic wars were ta full 
•wiug. and France domUiated the 
■onutient as Germany did more 
than a ceniury later The New* had 



The contest u^rst .<• 
too hot to be sustained by w<jni« 
The sawyer uald tha Oermoo. ih 
tf he would proeoiae not to lake ♦ '‘-- 
law of hr would knock h-u 

down The German, sensible of 1'. 
ktadnesR. accedod to the r'f •'>' 
which was immediately ranfl< 1 
undet the sign manual of tbe 
yer. upon the best eye of the Cff - 
man who counterugned, tn his 
upon the nose of hts amagnmd 
The cose was dtsmwaed 
Bliilc he was reading this, t!'-’ 
Igth century iiusband could ^ ie 
just as efferttvely behind hts nei: -- 
paper si his 90th century couu ■ 
part hklex behind today's edi’'i‘-‘ 
More so, ta fact *n>ere were no 
separate page* but Just one '«r ■’ 
sheet folded four times 



These Thing 
Can F^appe 



»y ALSe DK MONTHORENi: T 
The lighter side of iha i»ew* trx” 
the world pees* 

COOKING 

While It Is a fact that F .vtoKttvn 
often marry Frcnchwomai. It 
that it's rare for a i« 

marry on Engliahwoman— and r 

Jean Cooil. a professor and 
of the Intemalkmol AcC'dfn*:? of 

Chef*, thinks he has the to 

that one EngUshwocnan just dtK 't 
know bnrw to cook- Zn fact, Uae v-i> y 
thing Uaey con prepare be is 

“that nefarious *dtsh' beques'!. ^ to 
tbe world by the Earl of .S * " 

And advantages ta this type of The director of the world's cu • 
groa-ih without back-aching labor, standing eullnary body i'' -r.arii to 
Many problems that crop up ta on remedy this satuataao by ta 

ordinary garden are ciimtaated- No England the “dinnor of the r>*; 

hoeing weeding, no uiader-ooorlshod »ory" 
plants or Invasion by pests and ta- 
sects — merely pour the chemical 
solution over the gravel once a day 
and watch the results. 

Although Mr Gray would not du- 
cloae his private formula. deMgned 
for Victoria's climate, he said that 
chemicals can be obtained from seed 
supply stores Literature on tbe 
subject is also available at Ui* 
public library 

THF. FORMLXA 
For the budding tank ogrlcultur- 
altst here Is a formula for a flve- 
gallian soiutlrm that has been used 
with favorable results' 

Mi>ni*puiasshuia phosphate, t 
grams, calcium nitrate. 90 grams 
epsom soltA lOA grams, and ooi- 
monium sulfate IJ grams 
When growth starts Just rsmein- 
ber to stand bock, and tf Its toma- 
toes give them plenty nf room, be- 
rau.ie according to Mr Gray, the 
plants are liable to grow eight feet 
high 



With Chemicals and Sand 



rowing 



fume* Iiom motorboat enguacs and 
the general din 6f a moclune shop 
ALL DOING WELL 
Tomato plants, com and chrysao- 
thomums are all crowded into a aiz 
by four tank In about eight lncbe» 
of gravel Despite their cramped 
quoii^er* they appear to be doing 
very weO and show every sign of 
health 

The secret of tbe plant growth is 
ta the chemical soluUoo led Into thr 
tank once a day It Is poured ovei 
the sand, saturates the roots or 
seeds and returns to a container on 
the floor through a rubber boee 
Although this method of growth 
U not uncommon. It Is practiced ta 
Victoria toy only a few people and 
ta a very Umlted way. Mr Gray has 
never gone into the busmees on a 
commercial scale betorc. but hsa. 
Ideas along that line 
Id post years Mr Gray's experi- 
ments have hod a marked success 
eaqaeciolly with tomato plants Rx- 
traordtnary growth has been ob- 
utaed with heavy yields ot produce 
Tomatoes seem to thrive best tn thia 
type of tank agriculture 
Zf you ore s gardener you may 



course sand, and s secret latmula 
of various chemlcoL a* a hobby for 
the post 14 year* 

He has oo space at home to prac- 
tice hts "tank agriculture'' bobby 
but has set up a miniature garden 
at bU place of bustaem at 9005 Oov- 
smtnent Street, where a variety of 
fiowm and vegetables appear to be 
thrtvtag amidst power tools, exhaust 



By TREVOR COLLINS 

N ature may have her own 
ideas about plant growth and 
production, but Fred Gray, ol 2906 
Beloymt Rood, figures hu metlvid 
with the aid of a few cheoucaU gets 

DHUltS 

Mr Gray has been growing flower 
ptanti shnabs and vegetables an 



FLATI.NI'M 

‘nar waoUiiler Faklstonas and In 
dions who beiong to the Kliojs i • 
of Mueiemi art breathing ear; r 
theoe days After matching the Aa* 
Khan's not tacansld«’rable weigir m 
gold ta oelMiraitoti oC.UieIr spi’ i' -isl 
leader's golden Jubilee in 1934 and 
balancing hton ogolntit diani''ii • m 
1»44. they faced his 19M Jabllee -*l'h 
trepidation -for ihe only Jewel ^ 
precioua than dlsmocds were r 
aids Now. hrrwfver. It appears 
the T6-year-old potent*te’« r ‘ 
ie be a relatively -cheap pla 



r >»*n 



FIRC 

TX> you HDoke'“ tl*e Jud. i 
Fenaanre Rngland aeked th* • 



"Nil. Tour Honor " 

Then your hair** oa fire ' 
■ponded the judge 
Iflie trial continued coitnly 
oourt attendants hod ext s' : 
the blase, begun when ■ r- - 
pises of thr goeligtH msn*le 
fallen on the wiinma head 

'•vMiS* Dses>»sv< ♦ f 



roves 



As for accuracy, a Civil Aeronau- 
tics Administration expert said 'our 
boy* DOW will be able to tell locom- 
ing pilots when they ore ftO fert tu 
either side ot tbe centerline’ of tbe 
runway where the squlp<neot Is in- 
stalled. 

Three radar scopm ore used with 
the squipment. One l3-tach scupg. 
sUmUr to a televlskm screen, is used 
for geoerol search of Uae area 

A second scope, built for more pre- 
clsluo vrork. picks Up tbe Incoming 
plane when It gets within 10 miles 
of the runway A third scope of ever* 
more accuracy takas over on the 
ptaoeWlnol approach at three milea. 



C HICAGO'S Midway airport, said 
ID be the busiest in the world 
soon wUi toe equipped with powerful 
nM "ground oontror approach" ra- 
dar eapatole of gukUng planes to a 
landtag through even tbe thickest 
weather 

With tt. airport ufficUU hope to 
improve on Chetr own wix'ld's record 
for eommorctal ploors of “a bad 
waaiber landtag every three mta- 
utss" set with present equipment 
The new system will enable traffic 
nooiroUers In the airport tower to 
“see' every plane that comes within 
M mile* of the field and then "ulk 
gown' any plaf^ *hat wUbss toland 



wm IM RAFT 
The witchcraft buitnem te 
silly aienr on the banks ol 
Ubongt-Chan AothocItiM in ’ ♦ 
BquaUMiol Africa and French v 
Africa have totonughi civil < 
agaltut M persofu on cha- -' 
sorcery in the lost five m - 
Twenty-three were ocmaiued f 
■pedal agents were hired d-j' .n^, 
period to put an end to tc*4< 
amulet* aod fetiehev 



FRIO GRAY, of 2204 fiel'W'i Rood I* ihow" abovs d*ipiov'X) o aectton 
M h>* oo'*€oliore‘ hobb> He box been od in piont growth 

with cht«n*coU tar the poit 14 yeor* ond ho* p^am to turn It *nto e 
;or«wrwtdo( protect The to"k or the ♦*ght ho* gfcout e*qh» vof>ei>e* o* 
Mta vsgetobie* si* Ir s Mwmnjol tolutton s^ cootss 

wxta 








DAILY COLrAI<^T, VICTOPIA. TC. niNDAT. Jt»NE 25 



macazini SICTION 



Australia's Tree-Felling Experts Hold Annual 
Contests tor Coveted "Oscor" of the Woods 



iy G. SLOCOMBE 



Sport oF BushcraFt 

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T ZULT AostraiUa tn clumct^ 
ftod Mid to ha«« eriflnat«d to 
th« daUoo ‘1 l«lAn4 State of Taa* 
mania back in th« IMOa. loc cbop> 
pins Itaa been deretoped Into a 
•killed, acrenuous and exrtUnsaport 
tbat thrllla tenj of tnouRaoda of 
ifkotaton etery y«ar. 

To excel! at eompeUUve wood 
rbopptnf meana that you are a kind 
ci k)^ hero, a ba*inan amooc own. 
and aieo. of cou/ae. a very practical 
foroatcr. 

Prom the roush and ready lumber 
eampa of nmed Taaznanla (rf laat 
century the iport spread to New 
Zealand. 1.300 miles away acroaa the 
Tacman Sea. But today the freat- 
•et buahcrsft contest# are stated In 
Sydney, population l.frOO.000. atxl the 
very urban capital of New South 
Wales and %irfe5t city tn Australia. 
MAKES ( HAMriONS 



At the Royal Sydney Show, atayed 
at Easter each year, leading axemen 
and lawyers tuaale In titanic faahlon 
for a aeries of cash prtan snd tro> 
phiaa It is there that the world 
rbsonplonships are decided. 

About ISO axemen and Mwyert 
eompeted at the 1960 Sydney Show 
Amonc the moat spectacular events 
were the tree>frUlnf contceta. Built 
up on dummy aectlona. a piece of 
hardwood native blackbutt log 13 
inches thkk was set up on a series 
of stands to a total height kndlvldU' 
ally of 16 feet. 

Ten or 13 at a time, axemen racs 
lo see who can rhe^ through this 
tough tree trunk In the quickest 
time. It la a difficult contest. To 
mount the tree competitors must In* 
sert tn tbs trunk three planks one 
above the ether—the first 3 feet 6 
inches above the ground, the second 
7 feet, the third 10 feet I inches. 
Prom the third plank the axeman 
ruts the front scarf about halfway 
through, then dcacetuli and goes 
through the same process on the 
other side. Standing at a height of 
10 feet 6 inches, he again attacks 



TMI AXEMAN, bolonced or> e four-foot plonk. Sew$ ihfOugh ho*d- 

wood, blockbwtt nee trunk.. Hit next blow will sever the trunk ot tKs 
opposite sxle hos elreody been cu* The sport is o tough test ef stemino 



the tree trunk until the twe ruts 
meet and the tree U felled. 

6LINDEB PERCH 
Rules are strlngeDC. Standing 
boards have a metal plate at one 
end to ensure better grip In the sec* 
Uoo cut in the tree, but no banging 
device te allowed Further, togs 
must not be cut through from the 
one side. 

The height of 10 feet 6 bicbe# cor* 



Tips for Teens 

By ELINOR WILLIAMS ' 



F I'N mitdoori 6— t miss It. 

New that the ewtdesr srasea has begwe. gH seideen sfse* sraeel 
sad «a wek*fAi ter tew In the sea. 

Why? Beeem* H Is tea; bersase It’s geed tee veer braKh aad 
yewr appisraaee. aad b>f es* yea'll amke aser* trlrads ibeSli girls 
aad beys) tf f de . . . aad yeoH always have semeibteg te talk 
abeat If yea aajey a spert sr twe. 

Tea girli wha'd Mfct la haw amre pram lavttatleas aad beys aha 
are shy la the dale depart mrat are mtasiag a bei It yea deal eaiey 
•perm. It's easier la aseei aad gel sraaaialed wUh bays aad girls ea 
a leaaM er bsimlalsa rearl . . . al a bieyHe plrsdc. a swiakadiig 
party er a Saiarday blkr aad eeek-year-ewn party. Three's ael maeh 
llmr ta be shy whea yea're all havtag tea at aa eatdssr pastime. 

OaaT lell me. girls, that yea deal meat te he the ‘^Ihlrilr type.'* 
Tee deal baw te bo ta have tea playtasg leaals sr bedaslatea sr rre- 
qaet. Tea waaT aeqaire baigtag masrie s st theae sperts. rwa If yea 
tralB as rtgsreasty as a prMs fighter. Aad beys aeat mmidet yea 
aa "alhletr" if yea daa't beat them sad yea wea*!. gvea If yea 
fsald. H weaM be NUy aei la IK him wta. 

Sa wby aet be smart sad Sear years* If sasy teem Us* leleeWsa 
ert Issw eaaagh la haw earn* tea ef year ewa laKesd ef Jam valch- 
kM R «a the s s reea? 



COVfTfO AXEMAN'S "OSCAR,** the Bntstond trophy, modeled m broni* 
hy Auttrolion O'tist -sculptor Arthur Murch, depicts o toresirr stond>ng 
beside the slump of o ^lled tree. He gozes upward. Yeung Desmonp 
kirt odm»ir%g th* »rophy. is the son of world cfymp'On Tom V-*fc 



responds with everyday forestry 
srork. where frequently It Is ncces* 
sary to get that far above ground lo 
be clear of roots and undergrowth. 

It requires about three blows of 
the axe to cut a section the right 
alar for each board. Counted at this 
year's show, one axeman took only 
M separate blows to place ill boards 
in position and cut through the 13* 
Inch log In the two operations. Hu 
tune was 3 minutes 37 seconds The 
record b 3 minutes 23 second*, and 
the usual time taken Is from 3 min- 
utes 30 seconds to 3 minutes 
TE8TS or 8KILL- 

In must of the bu»bcrait events 
logs varyli^ from 10 inches to 30 
inches diameter are set up on the 
ground. All logs for the one event 
are cut from a tingle tree. avoid 
poaslbUlty of unfair advantage, axe- 
men draw lots for ihclr sections. 

This Is a sport in which only the 
.*kLDed and the physically fit have 
any chartce. but it Is not confined 
to young men. On (he Ciiotrary. the 
cna)ortty of leading show axemen 
are over 30. artd Mannle McCarthy, 
second in the Sydney i960 under- 
hand chopping champb^iuhlps. is «6 
He has been competing fbr 30 yean. 

Nor. oddly enough. Is the sport 
eimfined to timber worker* or ntrsl 
axemen Many competitors are 
drawn from the city; several are 
policemen. Thev get their practice 
at a city gymnasium 

CANADIAN TE.AM8 

Toughness of the wood daunts 
many. At one Sydney Show before 
the World War. a team of lumber 
Jacks from Canada and the tTnlted 
States competed, but the hard Aus- 
tralian blackbutt and bluegum logs 
helped keep them out of the ma)or 
pnae money. 

Typical of the clean-limbed mus- 
cular breed which Bxakes up the 
Australian axeman Is the Kirk fsm- 
ily. AU Uw in the rugged forest- 
clad Blue Mountains area of Eastern 
New South Wales. These sre the 
ranges stretching for some distaim 
parallel with the Pacific Coast Tom 
Kirk, aged 36. retained hu title of 
world's chaaiplun for the standing 
biork chop. axMl has the remarkable 
recewd of having held at one time 
I out of U world's champtonshJp 
tniea. Rh brother. Cric Kirk Is a 
werki champion sawyer and their 
nephew. Drsnumd Kirk, st the age 
of 17. competed st ihb yearX Sydnet 
Show and was the ycunges: aaesoac 



ai the fixture. He finished third in 
nis section of the uee felling. 

IIKiHEST AW.ARD 
Tom Kirk b one of the holders of 
the coveted Britstsnd TTophy, the 
axeman's "Oscar" which means ss 
much to the sport of bushcraft as 
the motion picture swards do to the 
•tars of the film industry. The 
trophy Is a bronie statue designed 
by- Ibcal artbt • sculptor Arthur 
Murch who won this year's Austra- 



lian Archibald Prlae lai 1500 the 
richest portraiture prlae In the,, 
world). The figrure In the Uoph} 
depicts a typical Australian axeman 
standing alongside the stump of s 
tree which has been felled. He u 
sculptured gsxlng upwards as though 
to gauge the fall of hb next tree. 

It b poadble for an axeman aho 
wins or b placed in several different 
events to earn as much ar' f40C at 
the one fixture. 



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Your Cari 

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By 


FREDERICK 


C. RUSSELL 1 

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Vtbeu ysa've fergoUeo la bay a 
caaasla prise It's e*ml«rllng t« rc- 
BMCDber llial you ean use that new 
baad *rnamcBt. 

HlOH COMPRESSION 

*)th all the ulk about 
W higher tumpression one would 
assume thU b something devoutly 
to be desired. Actually there sre 
many objections to higher comprrt- 
sion, snd no one knows thb better 
than the men aho dally work on 
cars. The higher the compression 
the cleaner the engine must be kept. 
Thb means more frequent carbon 
removal. Tlgher compression also 
means need foe more critical Igni- 
tion timing. Today the aversge 
owner think* he b being taken for a 
ride if a me«.'hamc suggests a timing 
checkup. 

So It goes Higher cumprcs»U>n 
means higher operating tempers* 
tures, more ri»k of head and block 
warpage. more difficulty keeping 
gaskeu from leaking, more strain on 
beatings. It b common knowledge 
that fuel has to be far better when 
compreaaloD ratios are stepped up. 
and thb introduces the element of 
ruet cost. Finally, there b perfonn- 
snec. Some seasoned asechanics 
know that often an engine with not 
so high compression will outsmart 
one which b hopped up. Just because 
the latter b handicapped by pinging 
or lack of high torque at lower 
speeds 

HICH OIL LEVEL 

One of my good readers has com* 
up with an excellent explanation as 
to a hy the 0(1 level m a motor ran 
rise too high without there being ex- 
cessive dilution or a cylinder bead 
water leak Curious to know why 
the dip stihi read such a high level 
he took down the motor pan and was 
rewarded by finding the screen to 
the oil pump mtake rlofycd. CTean- 
mg thb dropped the c41 level and 
everything a^as back to normal 



again. It was Just a case of the oti 
not leaving the pan fast enough 
when the motor was running 
M'ELL TO REMEMBER 
When there's evidence ot mUfirtng 
or missing in the engine better have 
a compression lest made as soon a/ 
possible. Low compression m ariy 
one cylinder will allow oil to pumi' 
up on the spark plug. That result* 
in fouling Its points so that a b>m 
is unavoidable. 

It jMkys to carry an extra fan or 
generator belt, but Install U aiui usr 
the old one as the spare. It's Ju*t 
like working in a spare lire. 

It always pays to switch off tiie 
engine If caught in a traffic lam- 
Idling miirage b about three time* 
that ferr ordlnafy driving. But ahen 
you restart the motor remember to 
open the throttle wide by gouig 
down slowly on the accelerator 
ME< HANIC fiPEARING 
"One of the chief reasons why 
there arc so many worn front tires 
b simply because car owners do not 
realize that lire balance must be 
continuous. Wear on tires from care- 
less braking or misalignment cause* 
unbalance that has to be corrected 
by rechecking. Another eonunon 
cause of unbalance b the shifting 
ot balanced weights during sudden 
sU^. especially where the tire hap- 
pens to be undrrinflated or the ear 
b swinging into a sharp curve si 
the time. ’* 

MATTER OF KAFTTT 
It isn't necessary to be posted or 
bil the techrflcal angles of braking 
to know that any braking system • 
point of highest efficiency b lust as 
the brakes are being applied Her* 
there b maximum friction between 
the Uses and the road surface For 
thb reason it b always smart u 
pump on the brakes Some call th* 
process '’dabbing'* the pedal Con- 
tinued pedal pressure The latter 
.'ust lowers baking efllclcrcy 



magazine siction 



riAlLY COLONIST. VICTORIA. TC. <-L\T'AY 11 r lw‘r 



When a Poet Robbed a Museum 



T he thief erouebed among 
shadows, hb pockeu bulging 
wdth stolen )ewels. Hb heart 
throbbed bke a septic thumb. 

It was August 35. 1933 Dbtantiy. 
Big Ben ftntck 3 am. The thief 
was in one of the top galleries of 
the old Nauonal Geological Museum 
in Jermyn Street. London. 

Two elderly night watchmen 
■Kited among the great vaulted 
pillars of the museum's ouln cham- 
ber They had heard a movement 
and were moving suspiciously, un- 
easily. 

One showcase contained nearly 
two hundred precious stones, tin* 
eut diamonds like yellow pebbles.' 
.vapphires. emeralds, opab. zircoos. 
knobs of crude gold, rough nuggets 
veined with platinum 
To the museum's learned scien- 
uses they had no deeper interest 
than the iron pyrites or chalky 
bauxite in nearby cabinets along 
the galleries. 

But their lure had tempted s thief. 
And -now the stolen treasures 
bulged bb pockeu like a boy's 
hoard of marbles, clinked as he 
scurried on bands and knees from 
one ahadow to another. 

At Ust the watchmen descended 
the stairways, stood talking In the 
mam hail, va.n as a tram shed 
Their voices echoed blurredly among 
(he high gallenes. Then the Ughu 
clicked out. one after another. Now 
only dusty moonlight slanted 
through the tall, thin caihe- 
dralesque windows, picking out crags 
of hoarded stone aquattlng like 
mute giants tn a lunar world. 

The thief stretched aching knees 
TOOK 166 GF.MS 
It was a tranquil, hazy Summer 
day as I walked next morning Into 
Marylebone police headquarters, 
The atalion sergeant looked op 
amiably. Suddenly the teleprinter 
rUttered. 

The sergeant stretched over, 
ripped off the message; j>assed It 
over. 

‘'Big Jewel robbery at the Oeologl- 
ral Mu.veum,'* be said. "And ap- 
parently not a clue.** 

Nobody had seen the thief enter 
or leave the museum. It was not 
imtll daylight that cleaners noted 
the Jewelry showcase, saw how its 
iockj had been neatly snapped off. 
Its cemtents pillaged. 

Weeks passed. No elues were 
found. It seemed an expert job. So 
Yard men had been closely watch- 
ing all the No. 1 thieves and screws- 
men — the usual cat * and - mouse 
game of waiting for the betraying 
boastful word, the sudden wealth, 
the diamond-crusted girl friends. 

Most of the missing stones were 
uncut pebbles. Some diamonds; sap- 
phirra and ppab had been partly 
trimmed, like half-peeled apples. 

To the ordinary eye they would 
!wcm almost worthlesa. Only an 
expert would recognize their value 
Or a lapidary— a jewel cutter, ac- 
customed to handling rough stones 
QI*ESTION8 ASKED 
That was an idea. I oouldnl sec 
any expert geologbts stealing the 
coUectlon. Nor lapidaries, who not 
only made high wages but were for 
the most part dbturblngly honest . . 

Yet whoever stole the Jeweb 
would need to get them rut and 
polished before their real value be- 
came apparent. And there were not 
many lapidaries In London indU- 
crert enough to handle half-cut 
gems xnihout asking awkward ques- 
tions, reporting to the police. 

But (here were one or two who 
might. Uke Dutchy. Amsterdam 
Karts and the little Venetian who 
worked In the West End. To these 
three skilled but notoriously broad- 
minded craftsmen a man might well 
bring quesUonabl* stones. 

R seemed worth paying them a 
▼bit But I did not go to their 
workrooms I went to the taverns 
where they did their habitual drlnk- 



A Mon on the Dole Led the Boys of the Yord to 
A Dingy Garret and a Family Storving in 
The Midst of a Fortune in Jewels 




. , . WITHOUT A CLUl 

ing *nvey were not bapp^ to see 
mr. 

"Vor any particular zing you vox 
looking, sarjinl?" asked Amsterdam 
Hans with false joviality. 

THE TOP-OFF 

"I want to buy some cheap uncut 
precioib stones," 1 said. He relaxed. 
• Ah. sq?" 

"Or some half-cut ones," 1 added, 
ihoughlfully. Hans gulped hb 
drink. Dutchy. that other plump 
little lapidary, wiped hands that bad 
begun to sweat and after a moment 
excused himself and trotted away. 

"I suppose the best place to buy 
them would be from a South 
African— somebody who's picked up 
a few stones on the Rand, maybe?" 
As I blandly put thb question, Hans 
seemed to shiiveL 

"I haf no ideas," he said sulkily. 
He. to<A found an excuse to go. 

I finished my berr. glanced round 
the pub. and began to make my 
own wgy out. A shabby little man 
met my eye anxk>usly. winked, then 
followed me— dbereetly. 

In the wcU-Ut street outside I kept 
on walking. The little man strolled 
behind me until we came to a 
shadow Then I heard hb footsteps 
qulckes. 

"Mr. Fabian- past 1" hr caOed. I 
.(topped. 

"Theae sparklers. Ouv'nor." be 
said worriedly. "I bin going round 
wiv this South African geezer woi's 
peddlin' 'em. I d nuffin' to do wlv 
nickin' 'em. honest!" He itared up 
at me "When I seen you know 
about ihb South African." he said. 
"X thought I'd better 'ave a word 
Wlv yer— for me own sake!" 

The little Judas went on. earn- 
estly; 'I ain't no bloomin' copper's 
nark. X don't go grassing on the 
reglar boys, putting In the squeal. 
But thb bloke's arf balmy'- reads 
poetry arf the time " 

What's hb name?" 
flucicst I don't know. Gut'rvor. 
He says he nicked the sparkle^ in 
the diamond fields. I bln helpin' 
him peddle 'em, ihai's all I done " 

'Where did ftn meet him’" 

IN DOLE Ql Ft'E 

The little man looked embar- 
rassed. “That's the funny part. 
Guv'nof." he said. "I met him 
drorin' the dole In Bayswster.' 



By SUPT. BOB FABIAN 

Of SesUand Yard 

I didn't bother to ask the midget 
betrayer how a convicted thief and 
notorious Informer came to be 
eligible for drawing unemployment 
benefit That could wait. 

But next morning there wa; a 
new face among the unemployed 
then at Bayswater as they began to 
assemble outside the local Labour 
Exchange. It was mine. An un- 
shaven face rbing above a frayed 
collar. 

Across the road watted that skill- 
ful shadower, Detective - Sergeant 
George Keen. 

The queue shuffled nearer the 
counter. Each time it came ckue 
to roy turn I slipped away and 
rejoined the tall. I was waning 
for the South African — described 
by the little nark as being about 33 
years old, with darkish skin, a mop 
of black hair "like a perbhin' musi- 
cian." and a once-good. now thread- 
bare blue suit. 

Then I saw blm. Be came up tc 
the queue absorbed In a book He 
didn't look up as I slipped into 
place just behind him. 1 peep«-d 
over hb shoulder. He was reading 
the poems of Omar Khayyam. 

Hb swarthy fare was studious— 
and half-starved. 1 wras puzzled. 
He did not look like a professional 
thief. 

The shabby procession inched 
wearily up to the counter. As he 
signed for hb dole I peered over bb 
shoulder again, glimpsed and mem- 
orized hb name and address. 

I did not follow the South Afri- 
can. From my eye-comer I rould 
see George Keen moving off on hb 
tall. I knew that wherever the mar. 
went, thither would George go. 

ON THE TRAIL 

The addreas I had memorised wu 
in a shat^y dbtricL I had left a 
suitcase of more respectable clothes 
In a puiUc lavatory. I washed 
hastily, stubbed my naib. changed 
thankfully^ into erbp shin and clean 
suit, policed up my shoes. 

Tlien I hurried to the house. The 
door was answered by a pale, wor- 
ried little wrc>man. her thin arms 
sagging under the weight of a 
young child. 

I rabed my bat. "Is ihu the 
house where you've been having 
trouble with damp vsUs. madam'' 

I asked. 



Sim fhewed o»( iz. Fan wc<cden 
floors Tnc runaitu were sacks and 
orown paper. The soUtary table 
had been o^nded with bits of fire- 
wood The Chairs were orange 
boxes, spread with Twwspaper. A 
nrkety old wardrobe stood In a 
comer. It had no door. There were 
no cioihis la it not ever a spare 
frock or s cewt And it wm Octo- 
ber . . 

In another orange box propped 
against the wall were three chipped 
cupe. a couple of plate*, a knife two 
forks and a few rpcions. A loaf of 
bread and some margarine ui paper, 
a small packet of tea and a htUe 
blue sugar bag 

Thb— the hcimt of a msm who 
had stolen nearly a hundred pre- 
cious jeweb? It did not look like IL 
But I pulltd orx of the orange boxes 
towards the shaky wardrobe find 
(limbed up without a word 
The wfunax stood, equally silent, 
and watched mr. suh holding her 
baby. 

The Chile begar. to cry i^Uy 
Bhe stopped to eomfert n. 1 ran 
my finger* akitig the top ot (he 
wardrobe There was a piece of 
rreionne It seen>ed tc have bttle 
pebbly lump# under It 
"I'm sorry.” I said, "but I am a 
detettive and 1 have reason to 
believe these arc the jewels stolen 
from the Geologlcsd Museum.” 

She stroked the child's dark hah 
'There are some ouve bi a intie 
box behind the sideboard." she said. 
Her hand gestured towards (he 
orange box against the wall Tfiat 
was the "aideboard ” 

I BOCGBT A MEAL 
1 pulled K away, found a bc>x ceci- 
tairung some pins, buttons, a bit of 
soap, some nails, string— and about 
a duaen of the Icom uncut stones, 
sapphirei rhr> soprase opals, dia- 
monds. 

”AD nghi” 1 said, "well wait until 
your husband cocne* m * 

Thei. 1 held out my arm* Here, 
rive me the baby Take thb moory 
and buy some food It— well. K 
doesn't need a detective k *k you're 
hungry," 

When her husband caiK home a 
imi^ later lalnMist immedlaiely fol- 
lowed by DctecUve-Sergtant Keen, 
whom U»e mar. noticed fox the ftm 
tunq f«i)> ai he fvJh'wed arrows the 
ihrvatU'M* ws had tf(ar.aget: u get 
a fm burr4inr 



TTie table was spread with rooked 
mbatk. jam. fresh bread, rakes miM 
and sugar, baby foods. The womaa 
can to her husband, tears gheteiitng 
in her eyes. 

Z cautioned (he zaan. “What did 
you do . with the other suhee?” l 
asked. Re ahrugged hia shoulderx. 
his mouth filled with meat, bread 
and butler. Even the doastcr a( 
arrest was forgouen tn the Joy af 
eating real food. 

fiOLD FOR A SONG 

*T sold tbean.” be said fu.aliy “For 
only a shUhng or two earn Hts 
•yea darkeitcd. They w!r,iklDT give 
me any more.” 

Behind the gaartng I fourvd a bit 
af partly-burned paper. Ii was the 
address of a West Xnd deaW lb 
precious stones. In this peo<^rr.-as 
genUeman's lafUdary rvm<n were 
fmind many of the stonea^ 

and the flabbergasted fat face qf 
Amsterdam Hans, xrho was busily 
eutUng a “bagette" stone Irv-m one 
•f the diamond crystals. 

I picked it up It was 

a beautiful bit of eikrt. n ai-*hip. 
"Serloualy. Hans-bow la that 

stone worth?" 

The lapldarr waved a pimp 
hand. “Gupple of 'undred 
he aighed. 

I weighed it In my har.ti “And 
you got it for about two stiUiUipT* 

Hans and the jexeeler had the 
grace to btuah. For (hem it had 
overely been smart ba-mee* buying 
what they thought were uncut 
stonM smuggled out of the Rand. 
This was the story the tliier had 
tokL to sell his atones. And even 
then he had found It difficult to 
dispose of them. 

TTiough Iw possexsed a miniatur* 
Aladdin's Cave in his shsbtT home, 
it had been worth no than a 
few meagre shUUngi to him The 
jewelers saw to that!' 

Re had no previous c^-r.vwti<.>ns 
Be was sent to gaol fer aeves 
months for pnsaeasing st4.<>r. prop- 
erty. 

In the corridor, while he was 
waiung to be taken to WaiviLw. rth. 
1 said, to cheer him up: "Well, M 
waan t such a stiff sen:encr * 

Be sniled ruefully. ' N>' * he 
agreed. “But that night wbllq 1 
was d<>dglog from shadow to sha- 
dow In the musenm—that was mors 
Ymnlshmem than prlsQO Is going 
to be!” 

Alu-r a moment's silence be saM: 
“In fact. I almost think 1 v« been 
punished twicer* 

And perhaps he had . . . 

NEXT WE33C; Fabian tr .rv the 
actor who ihoughl up a b;.. 
plot while playing a on the 

•tag* 



The Homeward Race •> t 



RAISBECK 



R ecently I had a letter from 
an old friend In New Zealand 
telling me that he and hlx wife 
were on their way to England for 
a holiday. The letter was written 
on suuonery of the Ss. Rangtune. 
one of the New Zealand Shipping 
Company’s fleet, and embossed with 
the colored house-flag of that vet- 
eran line. I felt my friends were 
assured of a comforfable and ever, 
luxurious passage, however wind 
and weather served. 

BEARDED SKIPPER 
M> memory of the N Z£ Co 
went back more than 60 years, when 
it consUied of a fine fleet of sailing 
ships only Early in 183S I was an 
apprentice on a Liverpool barque 
Nearing Cape Horn from the Pacific 
aide, under to'gallam sails we ver* 
malting gntpd time befeue a driving 
nor'westcr that flooded our deck.', 
and threatened a further reduction 
of aall. Actually we were reeling 
f>ff a useful twelve knots, -which wa: 
about our speed limit, anyhow; leas 
than clipper but better than aver- 
agv logging 

Nearing noon. sr. our siarbtwrc 



quarter a ahig wm gradually over- 
hauling US., but to the likiiqj of our 
bearded Manx skipper, who eouM 
carry sail with the be*t of his kind. 
To have reset oor royals would have 
ensured losing them and endanger- 
ing the (upportlng maste Nothing 
foe us out to carry « and watch 
our eterruig 

Plainly the apprr<acblng stranger 
had the heels of ue At four bells 
of the aft«nK<m wauh rbe was 
clearly dlstinfuisnabie su s fuD- 
nggec; ship, with painted ports, 
staggering insolently au>ng under 
ali three royals~a towering gerj 
rknic of !rQwinlnc^ eariVaa. 

FEELINGS fiPkRID 

Les' than a windward and 

r,eariy abreast %f w a atring of 
four f.sgs ran up to tn* stranger'a 
gaff -< on quickly f olkrwed by two 
more hoists of four flags each 
Thb was tl>( old Marryat code.l 
C*ur reply wac in kind, and proved 
(Mir racing rtva: tc u the Waikato 
Hawkei Bay N2 for . LoodMi. 
{■aaeirg the Limaj" E>ac PracutKC 
for U*e"pooL 

TYm meikau Ris-rvd (%<.' feellr<f 



by not offering to report wi all weD 
aiKi coming on behind. Xxwtead. 
her three royals were clew'-d up and 
smartly stowed, leas in coiTii<^n-irr.t 
to us than to save them fr-r'ii betog 
blown out of the boIt-r■>^•'^* Eves 
ao. she went suprrtiiy ah«u<j seas 
streaming over her lee rai^ with 
every rurth to leeward, ar.u her 
lofty masts fwinging d;izijv ba^k to 
vertical with the re-- roll to 
windward. 

By ejght bells of the aftemoob 
watch the Waikato was hu.:-o.'wn 
ahead ot us and not to be lightly 
overtfikrb. We learned Isiter that 
she docked tn London a wr«k before 
we docked is Liverpool sfic' as 
average passage of 238 u«v> frtaa 
San Franrtsco. 

One feature of our g* was 

*Jiat for mere than f<-ur wt 

•aw so land, its flnrt ap- 

pearance being that of the 
coast of Ireland a few tefurt 
our arrival home. Nr; .'.*-.- fur the 
Waikato nor for us bad '.:r>><r been 
aasted. for sail eras cntirriy de- 
pendent on the elemeotj. a 

•terz chM« was indeed a lung ebaea 









« 




Bt W. T. GALT 



Od« of Uke OMot pm* 

M«e» in Cecil Boberu “And So to 
, Rofne.” reytewod bur UM weoA. wm 
U ie reminder thnt book pubh*bin« 
WM an acK^eoklve and hlcblT c<md* 
peuuee iiMltiatiT aa far bark aa pro* 
Chrutlao Uakes. 

When the bnt-fcUin« poet. Bor- 
are. AtruUed down to the Amdetum. 
the Roman book market. In about 
)0 B(k he had a choke of about a 
doam book Korea tb choo» from 
The book atorca then were aUo the 
pobhahrrv 

riBST riimoN» 

Harare hlmaeU had the beat ?ub- 
luhrt in Riime, the Sntui Brotiiar^ 
who with thetr atalT of M klaee« all 
buNily copyln*. were capable of pub- 
Uj>>ruic a Or«t eduion of about 1 000 
papTHM roUa. and who trouU 
“tra*ei" Hoeare’i "b«iok»" all oeer 
ttw Roman empire 
A private library *aa considered 
e«»entlAl In aU of the treat iKHMea 
tn thoae days 

Special rooma were buUt. fartnt 
tat’, berauiie that »a»e the eolumea 
Utf bmt prutertkwi fr'>m mildew A 
foMl library would rooiain 30uQ or 
] ono papyrue roll< 

rijiely written de luie edi’.uMia 
w I'dd romain f«ir etampJr the 
wlMde “Iliad" U» pocket »Ue lUu*- 
tra'kuu were not unknown and 
wouM fetch aa much aa tl>X> 

NO (OPYRIC.RT 
But there waa no. copyri«h( m 
thrtoe dair» and fake aditiona were 
often on the morket publuhete 
competed for leading and popular 
auihoTB They eorr«-q»onded with 
eapitah ttke Athena. Aleeandrui and 
Lyutu tn eearch of talent 
There wat eiren an early artvertfa- 
htg espertment of havtnt a few edi* 
tkma talked up by the town herald- 
and aome pulKlahera were waiUnt 
that public libraries and ehea|> edi- 
Uona were rulnUtt thetr buatnesa 
Tbcae Utaarlea hare alwaye bnei 
a great tnulliiun of IL>fne dating 
bacg to the etnperrws 

AsmiM Cauls Pullio. the orttor 
poet and historian, who acrom* 
panted Caewar when he rruaeed the 
Rubtcmi. built and opened the flrk 
puMic bbrary m M BC. It con- 
tained both Oreek and LatU Uiera- 
ture 

VALt'gD LOtIT 

AoMiog the loot taken by the 
Roman conquerorv mamiscftpu 
were priaed fairly highly, and the 
ovwt valued alave was often the 
Creek amanoenaU who wrote from 
d< -itoo or Could copy and trans- 
late volumes 

In M BC Bulla the dar«atnr 
brought home fnun Attiens the li- 
brary of A(M-IUkon which had once 
belonged to Artstotle 
The genua book borrower. And 
Bn to Rome' paints out. has not 
altered much through the ages 
Bulla had strict onlerx that no bi»k 
of his was to leave the house 
As a reault when Clcero'a Ubrsnan 
w%s asked by a Rhodian cuUeague 
to check a pa.vsage tn Arlah>(le‘> 
-Wurks.- he could only get the roL 
br bribing Bulla's librarian. wlu> 
jealMMly guarded bia aiaater't books 
When one of the mme Cicero's 
stores ran away arith aome books. 
Cterro was reported to be more dla- 
trewwd by the hMw of the wohimes 
than by the loas of the slaee 
POOR TASTP 

Some l.MO year* later when 
Bv^veable type was tuvented. the 
great Reman book lovera eyed the 
flr«t printed books with socne die- 
dam 

TlMwr new books were regarded as 
vulgar and the Ubrariaa of the 
XtaUan court# prided themse l ves on 
storking only manuarrtpt eopiea 
The Ehske of Crttno. Raphael#^ 
early patma kept eg arrlbee cem- 
stanUy employ^ kfr Roberu 
WTitaa 

Veapaslano reflected the then low 
•pmion of the printed word m hla 
descflpnon of the date's Ubrary 
•AU the books are swperlatieeiy 
beautiful, all hand written and nme 
R printed, whkh wonld be a aaatter 
«ar shame • 



DAILY COl.OSIST. VICTORI.A. RC. ^I'.SD.AY. >UNE 25 



MA«Al»«eC MCTIOn 




- F'<>ai TUr 



SCfHC f«OM TMtM WAS TMf DAYS' 



Padre^s Personal Battle 
In Malayan Prison Camp 



-Wa Time to Lwek Back." by LcaUe 
Oroeaer (MacmUlaa. SS-7S>. 

An unperturbed, ptgmtor padre 
with the ‘ modem approach caata 
It oft in favor of a m«»r« uncomfort- 
ably pmblng search of the immedi- 
ate tnrentloru of man In this study 
of 3 000 soldier' trapped for rears m 
A jspanese prison camp in Malaya 
BTRSNOrR 

Padre CTipyce's “conversion" oc- 
ewn after a duturbing Interview 
wUh Arwlros. a mraalank- stranger 
m the camp, who ta diagnosed by 
the medical ufBcer as a lead-swmger 
bhifllng amnesia and jvNlfed by 
high-ranking prtaonen to be a Riy 

Fbr Androa. who says he la not a 
gxialilled minister of the faith, but 
kiatead a brother of man. buUda up 
a large foUowiug among the pvtson- 
by preaching In wartime, peace 
love toward aU mankind. 

Thla ta much to the discomflture 
of the Imprisoned AQlcd ofBcen ^ho 
have been allowed by the distracted 
Japanese to rebuild thetr red tape 



Peelmg that Androa is dLsrt.p’mg 
morale, the ofRcen accuse b>m of 
trearan and aeduion. and arrange 
to have him transferred to a slave 
labor camp where he ts ulitma:ely 
killed by his feUows 
Symbolically he appear*^ brlcflY 
again as mysiertuu^ly a- he first 
came and then disappears 

Padre Choycc'i doubts about hu 
own anifoacb are settled when the 
Christian mind la forced by ctreum - 
stances to tura the other check to 
the mtlltary mind Sven unwar 
ranted Japanese atrorlUes fail to 
stmke his belief that Andros lesch- 
mg Is best 

PRISON L1TK 

AU the a^iecu of the (vu>on '*stnp 
life are here— hate. boiW<-m. frue- 
tratlon, and frequently, goiid-hum- 
ored enjoyment of fellow man 
But onfortunaiely. Mr Orvener's 
dialogue and occasinnal lapses mio 
too-abrtJpt emotlonalUm fall hla 
story badly Ttie attempt b en- 
grtMAing. however -MOG. 




Child With Problem Adults 



'•The Lmi Traveflsr.'* by Aatonto 
Wblto t MacmUlaa. gS.T$). 

“me peculiar effecu of parenW 
moral tins beuig visited up>m thetr 
children are studied In evmy detoU 
by Mm White tn her second book. 
The Lost Traveller " 

The are twi dark ones either, 
for the parenu of Clara Batrheldor 
are very ordinary people leading 
vary ordiuary Uvea. Claude Baich- 
fMor. a clamtcs scholar aiMl inatrue- 
lor. la so ronsnouA of hla own itnag- 
liMd tnfertartty that he invests m 
the people he iovaa moat-ftfst. hia 
father and then hla daughter- hU 
own hopes for social glory and dar- 
illDg achievement 

iMvHably be la disappotmod. and 
aeery faUure of hla daughter ca<Mes 
Mm to reject rather than under- 
••and her 



Isabel Batchelor, on the other 
hand. Is a different kifui of *nob 
bring raceedingly cocucUmm of her 
own supertoriiy Vain and selfish 
she craves love and sympathy with 
out giving much In return. 

And so the Inadequate-feeling girl 
gropes her way sensitively thronrh 
the maae of adult unhappioem into 
which she has beer hnced 
PlnaUy. when one parent f*a her 
badly, she reaUaea that aU 'he short- 
comings have been hers 

OCCASION. AL HI MOR 
Mim YYhtte lightens her tolrmo 
story with occasional humor, but her 
tale of three Inwcrated beings ta too 
engrossing and probable to be a de- 
pressant. 

Mlm YYhlles previous nove. 
Troet UD May' MOO 



Legends of Norse Gods 



-Adveatoroa af lh« Giaato.' by 
Cashartae 9. Aeltow tMcCVitaad B 
ASewart. tl<. 

TRe magniAcvnce and Anally the 
twilight ot the great Bone gods. 
Oflin. Prigga. Thor. Baidur^ Loki. 
and all thair companiona. la simply 
rwcounted for children by Miss Bel- 
lew. who oceajdonally slips m a 
moral of her own about the powers 
of evil against goodnem 



ITMee are the talas Mm Bellew 
eiplalna. that imaginacive. but prua- 
jtive Norsemen told around thetr 
firesides. She tells how the esrth 
began, how the gods challenged the 
fearful gianU. and AnaUy how Loki 
the god of mischief, became wicked 
and destroyed the world. 

A minimum of fearM.-4ic dets ia 
makes this little book soluble resd- 
mg for chlklreo with s u -e for 
taniasy 



New Junior Anthology 



•Advmitarr Btoriva Pram -iMwrT 
Parade.'* eWtassaw, g>). 

Toungstofs alU undoubtedly flnJ 
fwi « some af the 30 uMs selectod 
lor this Junkc anthology from a 
wafl-kn->w« ehlMrenk auaatmw 



The mam dlCBcuUy lu rrcom- 
me«Mimg R umversally. however, is 
that the editors have attempted to 
appeal to both boys and gins m :oo 
Wide an age group It s the sort of 
book lor a large tsmily or for ehk- 
dim's boApttel^ e*^ ms'Mu^iooa 



Historical Scoop Scored 
In B.A. McKelvie Edition 



TwW« of Caofllet.-Nby ». .A. Mr- 
Relvte iThe Vaacowvrr l>aU.v rrsv- 
lac«> 

A Vk-loria newspaperman aiao 
eminent as aiTrnSl^ian of British 
Columbia has achieved at once a 
Utersry success and a scoop 

He Is B A-MrKelvie. a former 
news editor of The Colonist who in 
recent years has been a resident 
oorrespundent here of The Vancou- 
ver Dally Province As an avocaUoo 
he ha.' devoted much of his time to 
research and grasa-rooU Investiga- 
tion into the facts, tables and foibles 
of Brituh Columbia's colorful early 
days 

His latest book Talr.> of Con- 
flict.' consists of 19 stories of vio- 
lence between Indians and early ea- 
plorers and settlers that gu back as 
far as 17M. Although some of the 
yams could be u.ved few Hollywood 
scenarios, they are aU. In fact, his- 
torically true, and a considerable 
amount of the information the.v 
contain Is made public fur the first 
Ume In this limited ediuon pub- 
lished by The Dally Province The 
book Is Ulustraied by C P Connor- 
ton. of Vlctiwta. 

One previously untold story, which 
•eu the pace for many oi^rs whose 
locales caftgc from old PAi VK'torla 
to Port St John, had Its setihig near 
the Indian village of Skedans on 
Cunwhewa Inlet In the Queen Chare 
iottes The Boston schooner. Reso- 



lution. manned by 11 men on a trad- 
ing anchored off the coast 

m July. 17^4. Before the vessel 
could be put in a poaiiioo of defence 
the oatlVM rushed off <ln canoea' 




■ A. McKfLVIC 



in great numbers and soon had 
killed ten ot the men. The llth was 
made a slave The fate of the vea- 
sri only came to light a year mter 
from the mouth of a rival and en- 
vloua Indian chief and eventually 
the captured slave was trend — 
8RH 



From Virginia by Land 



Them Was the Days." by Msrlha 
Fsrgasaa McKewwa iMacnlltaa. 
94 

“One ot the best flghu I ever seen 
tn my whole life happened way back 
m ino I ain't never forgot it. and 
I ain't Ukely to.* 

8o starts this latest book told In 
the flrst person by Mont Hawthorne, 
the author's uncle, ip-aatthy Ne- 
braskan vernacular 
This book ataru with Monti m • 
boy of Ave when he and hla fauJly 
move to Virginia to escape the fever 
ague, and Anally Join pioneerinf 
•trail blaaers tn the tide of courage- 
ous men who stniggl*<f overland to 
the Pacific 



Mont recalls violent lalos of mad ■ 
neu. Ares, grajwhopper plagues, 
hlisxards. rampaging Indiana and 
out-and-out heroism Told as It ts 
in its pioneering accents, without 
beneAt of grammar, the narrative 
takes on a vigor that might have 
been lost if the author had dressed 
her uncle's reminiscences up In more 
stylish literary trappings. 

The reader easily drops back to 
the time when Mont's speech was 
beard wherever wagons eould be 
seen on the horlaon heading West 

Misa McKeown described her 
uncle's roaring days on the northern 
fmnUers In an earlier book titled 
•The Trial Led North " 



Best Sellers 

FICTION 

The Cardinal.' by Henry Mof - 
ion Robinson 

The W'alL' by John Hvrsry 
“Hiar Meoey." by Ka'lileea 
Wlnsor 

■Jabllee Trail.* by Owen 9m- 
tow 

S The l.gypilan." by Mika W«l- 
f tart 



W ins Spurs 

“lUae Ribbans fee Meg." by AdeV 
de leeww lUiUe. lirwwn. 93». 

The problems beaetiing a nine- 
year-old Boston girl in- adjusting 
herself to the rtgoroua life' of a 
United Buiea cavalry post a» the 
lum of the ceiiiury provWe- the 
theme of author de Leeuw'g latest 
b»iok 

Young Mrg IS sent to F'>rt Mllea 
nn the Dakota plains, to slay with 
tuT uncle and family while her par- 
entj are In China. 

Her city upbringing and love of 
bonk.' immediately puts her at odds 
with her rowdy, horse • riding 
eouauu Indiana. Area and peU. lost 
and then found, keep the young 
bernine In a constant turmot! 

After she saves the life of one of 
the camp children. Meg And* she 
really “belonca,** but still has to 
make up her mind whether to Join 
her parents In China or stay with 
her new found trteods at the post 

Her derision lea va#« nothing to L* 
dwslred for early teen-age rradara 



I NON-FK TION 

“Warlds la CoUiOoa.* by Im 
manuel Velikovaky. 

The Grand Alliance.* by Win 
stoo 8 CburchiU. 

*n»c Matorr MIod.* bf R A 
Overstreet. 



YOUR BABY . . . 

COMPLETE BABY BOOK 
FOR MOTHER 

THE MARIONETTE 

T»w faraaaaJ a >*a*a»» 
lait DoroLos gr rnowt t leis 



— OOA. 



KS> 

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T>\U Y COl.ONLST. VICTORIA ?. C SL'NDAV. Tl’Xn 25. 1<>50 



MA«AXIMf SRCrtOH 



Velvet Hats 
A Surprise 



Women s 
Work 



TItere ara.iaahiao surprltoi 
Maj^m. and velvet lor .'d . 

*la this year’s whimsy It may not 
be cooL k may have bc«o { 
sldared a winter fabric in ' ' 
year*, but this Summer ymill w-:^j 
velvet. The better miUiDcrs 

showing It in bats with | -'4 

brtins to lend mystery to your 
sheets. or your crisp white • • i > i 
dreasea. Many good deatgtton* are 
putting velvet baHa on cotton u ■ 
or velvet touches on linen ' 

Hat shapes range trust -- I to 
large, run the gamut of e ! g 
that is in fasliion Tlw> Ultle c > he 
and helmet shapes are llte t' 
popular with vlMred caps 

cluae behind, and roller* : ^ Uig 

their own. There are fold-aaay ; >u 
that Will be wonderful for Uavr 
and th«r are big hats that will ; cM 
then own boa but wtU earn ilteiv 
Way lu tite gUmnur they’ll Y'"*- 
eapeclally if y»» take a b .1'# 
vacation 



I F you ftiMi that kitchen 
cabinets and fumiiure have 
piece* of food dried on them 
that are difftnilt to wash off. 
place a damp cloth pver these 
spots aiKl let stand for 30 
Bunutes or so. This loosens 
fcMKl so that U can be washed 
off without scratching the fur- 
niture. 

If you're painting dnot> and 
want to prweni get ting paint 
on handles and tuiub* c-iat 
thCM- first with vaseline W.pe 
it of^ after painting and you 
won't have paint mark* to 
clean 

When you want to Uf* a 
nw>p ^everml times or tor sev- 
eral different purpose moke 
f-a'ily removable slip coven 
for It. so these can be changed 
with each use. then washed 
bef<.ire using again 



Interior Designing 



Rf( IFF OF THL WFKK 
Dwteh Loneb 
iServes 6' 

1 head lettuce 

N pound Uverwunyi. cubed 
'« cup chopped celery 
'« cup chogq>ed ooloo 
» cup ctiopped green pei>per» 
'• cup sliced raduhe* 

. cup ch<^>ped diU pickle 

2 totnatoea. diced 

Break lettuce into bue- 
-ised pieces and toas into salad 
bowl Add remalnmg Ingredi- 
enu. then aeasoo to taste 
Blend together the following 
ingredients for a dressing' V 
cup mayonnaise. 3 taMeapoons 
catsup and 3 teasponos pre- 
pared mustard Serve veil 
chilled. 



Plaster of parts wall bracket# 
and other objects can be 
cleaned by apieadlng them 
with a thick sUrch solution 
When dry. break this off and 
the dust and dirt will come 
off with It. 

Use a small paint brusti with 
a k>ng handle to get at the 
dust in hard-tc-reach comers 
It's fine. too. for cleaning pipe* 
on eelimcs or walls 



iresi 



By HM.FN T CARRINOTOS 
A PRWF.R 

Ob Lord I pray Thee (hat m the 
■ooung day* before me I may bear 
up manfully to life's many demands 
and irtala 

Let not the tnienaUy of human 
gnef. aintcUon or despair blind my 
aye* to Thy Divine Compassion 

In the lonely hours of darknew - 
when often worry would assail me 
with lu harrowing presence— help 
me to remember that a greater Pres- 
ence pervadeth In YYhom la fuUnev? 
M joy ,, 

Let me lift and seldom lean • 
Ustoh me wisdom tn knowing whai 
to accept and what to reject— let 
not the poison nf selAshnesa fetter 
my veins, nor negligence atrophy 
my soul 

Let me feel Thy Strength vupport • 
mg me In my frailly — and Thy love 
encouraging me In my f^le en- 
deavors May my spirit reffect Thy 
Light and my acUom Thy Merry 

Let not disregard for the wreak 
and wayward add to my faults— 
and in the moment of passion Z 
would remember Thy perfect pa - 
tience 

OlvF me strength to close with 
the enemlea. depression and dread 
wndauntedly and with val-rur— and 
to take up the reins of ennques* 
with humility and new purpose 

In the hour of tomptatiuo- I 
would be accoutred in the cloak of 
Thy dLv-lpleahlp— and armed with 
Ute weapons of dependence Fat'h 
and 'Tru*: 

Su through hies tonaous lane^ 
sad sleep aacenu. may ft be that 
I acquit myself with honor arvd 
draw convriU to Thy cause 



By .ANNC YATES CLARRK 

This Is the year for sheer*, when 
you wUl wunt to assemble a ward- 
r'*br of soft voiles for daytime, of 
crisp organdies fot evening, of otlu-r 
types that are equally diaphanous 
and cool as All-Ins The majority 
of Uiem will be In dark colors for 
daylight hours. Ai while for evening 
The moot distmctlve dreasm will 
make use of muted colors, however, 
subtle tones that have a hlgh-faeh- 
*oQ look yet will At Into your life 
as neatly as the darks and white* 
8in8K ORDANGte 

Swiss orgasxlle. so Ane and sheer 
that ti la clear no matter what 
onlor you choose It tn. has been 
selected by the better designers In 
pastels and In grey The paiteU for 
evening are lovely, petal pinks, 
blues, soaetlmes soft greens or 
golden yellows Flower-Uke and 
Aatterlug. they are most often made 
up Into dance dresaes Orey. ^ 
moat fashionable ot them ah. M 
nearly always lightened or animated 
with white or color, though In trans- 
hsrent organdie It blend-- wdth the 
skin tones and Is Aattering without 
;he aM of color 

For daytime darker grey* with a 
' »ucb of white arc smart and for 
evening grey in lighter tociea is 
lovely, often sparked with crisp 
white frtils or with color If the 
dcUgnsr hasn’t added an accent 
you .have a wonderful opportunity 
to make op your own color srbeme- 
M grey ta n>it a mlxiure ot black 
and white but of al| rotora. aim<^ 
tver^MUng goe* wub It 



VILVfT HATS Of* #»»« Summer I fosh<¥> Mmoncm — worn ».»»■ -. 
th-nq from yOur dork *n##rt to your crop Cotton* ond lor bote* -qi.t 
or«d oHwr dork. Shown her* i« e group rhot «*<H covwr oirnori r - 
At tht top it O rohar with peork twi*t«d pround th« *dg* for *r 

fornwjlity. To tk« rtghi befow * O w>de brimn^ hot cdpieiJ ■■ a 

JocQue* ^oth modri The crown t*ie«copet ond tfw brim »wevm ou« 
bwcominglv. Centre, lek. th<>wv *h* short vitorad COp H>ot t* th* -m 

pertont wnoil hot Of th* n*omer<t worn straight or o* shtnm tha 

wdv Lowwr right i* o hot of ponne velvet, the riewett teature - ^ 
a white goif hot. lovely for MidKOornwr ond for weddtngt At the 
•am the envelope of velvet »uggetts trovri berouse *t foldi »rwo e "rier 
of your luggoge 



GRIT SWISS 0«6AND«I mo*e, 
rtw loveh short dinner dret- 
«h>ch qombine* both tapht«t«co- 
hon through >t* COforinq ond O 
nolve look become of in ruffle- 
ond •t'’f foil *k>r* The n*<v**rK- 
ond tie#'»e r0#t» we»e enfor^d 
ered •" SwUefon-J »*'rt 
dot* OrM P»nk teO'd'Tpt orvj »hc 

deep hemmed *k«r* h ore* 

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PAll.Y COLONIST VICTORIA. BC. ^^VNDAY TVNE 25 



MAGAZIHE SfCTlOH 



MAGAZINE SECTION 



DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. BC. SUNDAY. TUNE 25 10» 



FtftE CHIEF ROBERT T BRINDLE 



By GORDON FORBES 



«nd beat the Hamf*. The role of fireman can be 
tihened to that of tbf foot-tlogcmg inlamrymaiv— 
regardJesi of any amount of Kianttfic warfare, the 
foottlogger still has to go i{i arid do the closc-ui 
fighting. 

The Tireman it the person who risks his life for 
the safety of others. He it not a dare-devil. He it 
a man employed in the grim task of protCi.ting life 
and property. 

Fire chiefs say a fireman mutt be mechanically 
inclined to that he may become a good driver and 
pump operator, and rificimt In the handling of 
equipment. He most not be too nervous or highly 
■trung because under the ttrett and strain of com- 
bat fire duty he may endanger btmielf and others 
working with him. Another important point, chiefs 
explain, is that a fireman must be sympathetic and 
appreciate the tost to others of life and property 
because all fire duties consist of dealing with other 
people's misfortunes. . 



T he National Fire Protection Asaociarioo re- 
cently ennounced that the Victocie Fire 
Department had a better lire safety record 
laet veer than moat other North American cittce of 
comparable lire. 

Genial Fire Chief Robert T Brindlc. a mode«t 
man. w.»s pleated and pac.ed the credit on to his 
men. **Meybe we were lucky.** the chief said. 

But close observers of the operation of the ^itv'a 
fire department were convinced luck wasn't he 
reason for the good rccofdi They knew Victoria 
had an cftkient, hard-hittmg’ fire-fighting force. 

These pictures show some of the training which 
helped make Victoria's per capita fire loss low. A 
fireman's training is never finished. He ke«p« right 
^n throughout the years. Tough training pays off 
when the smokc-caters arc on a job. 

Although fire fighting U becoming more scien- 
tific the firemar^ IS the man who has to get m there 



JUMPING INTO MIO-AIR into o n«t below isn't cs eos> os it looks from the {^OvrvJ Firtmri 
occept it os port of training The ideo is to kick out when lecving^ e perch ot>d lond In e 
tion In this picture Deruty Ch-ef Fronk Bners shows how <1 *$ done 



FIRST THING A FIREMAN LEARNS ts how to hock the hose to o hydront. It is r»6t fust o motter of 
onnecting the two ony wov ot oM. There is a correct woy to moke o conrwefion. F*remon Chorl<e 

Miller demonstrotes 



Ladder training lokes up a good deol of a tirpmon's time 
Smoke eoters m the ok-o*-pt(ture ore hoisting o Ime uc o loftv 
in.fcjer Men soon ovetcomc ony feor of he-ghr and t-ecr-me *«r 



MEN FROM MARSf — No, fust rool.ie firemen tokirtg mosk drill. T- firefighters on the left 
<- 'I self-coritoirsed rnosks ond the remoindrr hov# dnnrwd mosks whir.h ore supphed oir In' ’ 
fy weor.nij mo«.ls tl'e firemen e/^p, enter o smrWe filled hiiildmg In comhot f-re 



THE ROOKIE FIREMAN leorru the operotion of this compiicoted-look|r>g control ponel on o rw« 
f'»e truck F.remoo Pov Com^>ell ij oettirvj some edyire f»om Dept/ty Fire Chief Frank Pr.r-r^ 



THIS IS THE ALARM ROOM, the nerve centre of the V»ctorio Fire Deoo»tment Chief Ope»o»nr H 

I V en n «eer^ of i 



INHALATOR TRAINING is o must tor firemen. Coptoin Ernest 
Morris IS pictured giving instructKxi to Firemen Roy Chudleigh. left. 
=r^ Rcbert Christronsin It's o big doy for hremon when he Mves 
c I'ff with ihts opporoiuSk 



All iroffic m vicinity of Cormcront ond Brood Sfreets comes to e holt. F 
equipment is rpflirig trore heodoucrte's' StOllOn. 

— CokiosM HmHus by 



leut Kort Mills. Firemen mutt 
onces to lorgc buildings end the 



NOSE TRAINING is O" m^Ottont port of th# Instruction pregrem Men soon Worn to hondle hoses like 
«c w^h repe. Like ttw rest of o firemen i freming. h« must Worn to hondW hose the r^^t woy. Wi 
this rrvsnrwr oH men use the some procedure. oboi'Shing corifueiorv 





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