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Victoria and Vicinity— Moderate winds 
Mild, becoming partly cloudy In the afternoon 
Temperatures Yesterday — MiNimum 84 
minimum, 81 ; minimum on the grade. 8b 
Sunshine Yesterday— 2 hours 



• ESTABLISHED ISM) 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COI.LMB1A, KRIDvi. Jl I V I I. 1911 

M"liter Ace Hits It Off ^iith R.C.A.F. Ground Grew 



FOURTEEN PAGES 



loward l*ennaii> 
As Wilno To|)|d es 



2nd \rmv (.citing Ht-adv for <»rrat Assault 
Soulh of — !Na/i- Trapped Against Orne 

ALLIED SUPREME HEADQUARTERS. July 13 vCP> — 
The fall of St. Lo, road junction and enemy bastion near the 
centre of the Normandy battleline, appeared imminent tonight 
as American troops moved against it from the east, the north 
and the northwest. 

In the Caen sector. British forces drove into the village 
of Maltot, five miles southwest of the Orne River city which 
fell Sunday, but yielded Colombelles. three miles northeast of 
Caen and another village l‘ 2 miles east of Colombelles.^. 

On the 48-mxle-lon^ western section of the front, where 
American forces are attacking, gains in seven sectors slowly 
unhinged the Nazis' western flank, based on Lessay on the 
Cherbourg Peninsula 

American troops stormed heights l 1 * miles east of St 
Lo after driving to within l‘ a miles of the city on thr noifh 
Wednesday. 

Forces of the British Second Army, under Lieut. -General 
Dempsey — including the Canadian formations in Normandy — 
are regrouping for a great assault expected soon towards the 
good tank-fighting country south of Caen, Headquarters said. 

A spokesman at headquarters said the bulk of the German 
armored strength — "amounting to more than five divisions" — 
still was concentrated around Caen and added that the German 



ri>p Hays of V icioiis Slrrrl Fighting 

^pNDON. July 13 </P>— Wilno, gateway to the Baltic and 
capita! of the Soviet Lithuanian Republic since 1940. fell to the 

, d A B r I^n ! £ day aftCr five davs of streel fi E ht >ng w hich more 
than *.000 Germans were killed and 5.000 captured. Moscow 
annpunced tonight, while continuing advances to the southwest 
placed the Russians less than 30 miles from the borders of East 
Prussia. 

Several hundred towns and villages wete taken in the gen- 
eral Sov.et advance all a^long the central. Baltic and Finnish 
ironts, the Soviet midnighr communique announced, with note- 
worthy gains being made in the steady encirclement of Dau- 
gavpilh. big rail hub in Southern Latvia.' 

One of the day's significant advances was in the centra 
where the Soviet communique said Russian troops took the town 
of Kushany. 60 miles northeast of Brest-Litovsk. anchor-point 

«n the German*’ next defence line 1 . _ 

end border city in Uie *19:10 German - 1 

Jui.smn partition of Poland \* eMmiflHter Mail 

I’m* represented an advance of , t' . g . 

» mile* from previously reported \ aiiufllltll » .(„ 

*m|et positions and confirmed Ger- \ V A JOR John K Mahony. 

man broadcast* earlier in the day IV] New Westminster. is the 

admltting dial the Ru«..iam had founh British Columbian and 

broken through a German security ; the fl/th Canadian to be 

hne In that region 



* By Tn« Canadian fr er* 



RUSSIAN — Soviet troops capture 
Wilno in smashing drive wcotw nrd; 
reported only 30 miles Irom East 
Pruwi border 

NORMANDY - American force.*- dme 
toward:. St. Cm from three direc- 
tion* fall believed imminent Hiti- 
ish unit* capture Maltot_^>uth- 
weat of Cneoi. bm German* retake 
two village* ,nortlira-t ol Caen. 

AERIAL American hravy bomb* r» 

I 100 »tiong. pound Munich again. 
1 30i) RAF plane* attack Gorman 
target* in France, Ruin , buzz-bomb 
ba.-es dunng Wednesday night; 
lighter planes, including R C.A F 
Tvphoon*. attack German poymon* 
near Normandy battle line 
ITALY— American* capture L.U»ilco. 



A CTING Wing Cmdr James Ed- hil It < 
• ' gar ^ Johnnj Johnson, top- ground 
scoring Allied fighter are in the aircraft 
European theatre and leader of a above 
Royal Canadian Air Force fighter Bill Ph 
auig in Normandy, doesn't get LAC, J 



New W estminster Majt 
Coveted Victoria Cross 



awarded the Victoria Crou in 



position* are "a 



thl* war 

The other three British Co- 
lumbia men were Lieut -Col 
Cecil Merritt Vancouver, now 
prisoner of war. Tor heroism 
at Dieppe Major Charles F 
Hoey. Duncan posthumously 
honored in February for gal- 
lantry in Burma, and Cnpt 
F T Peters. RN. one-time 
resident of Nelson, whose 
mother again lives there, for 
valor at the North Africa 
landings tn November. 1942 

Tile remaining V C la Major 
Paul Tnquet, Cabano, Que , 
for bravery at C«sa Berardi 
Italy, last December. 



In the bloody triangle formed by the Orne and* Odon 
Rivera, with Caen at the apex, British and Canadian forces are 
,,nu " r f being turned southward preparatory 

to cleaning out the Germans with 
their backs to thr Orne niver Pie 
German* had little choice but to 
fight The bridge* behind them were 
blown 

A break-through line would put 
the Allied force* out on Hie Hat 
lands south of Caen, gnnd lank 
country and much heller suited for 
rapid movement than the country? 
side of rivers, fore, u and swamps 



left the Italian front and It l- pos- Gordon Gray don Progressive Con - 

sible hr would leturn to Canada jiervftUve House Leader, joined tn 
by way of Britaui to receive the. j he congratulations and said the 
famous cross of valor from the award should be a source of pride 
hands or the Kuu* at an investiture to British Columbia. 

WOUNDED BUT Thomas Reid t Llbci al. New West- 

FOUGHT t>* N ' minster* said Major Mahon vs ac- 

Meanwhlle the heroism of the tion was a sourer of inspiration and 
youthful Canadian officer, who re- pride to his home city, which aho 
fused to relinquish a vital Italian took pride in the fact it was a New 
bridgehead after he was wounded Westminster company which fought 
three tunc*, drew tribute^, from the with and under Major Mahony. He 
flnor of tJie Commons after Defence asked that the parents of men who 
Minister Ralston made the an- Ml in the battle be not forgotten, 
nouncement. WON CROSS ON 

Mr Ralston read the ntatinn de- EMPIRE DA) 
scribing Mai Mahony* qaUan 
leadership of hi* company In esiab 



indicated that Canada a ^ew Vic- 
toria Cros* winner — Mbj!*^ John 
• Jack. K re Ter Mahony. 33, of Nek 
Westminster, RC mav be back tn 
Canada within two weeks 
Announcement of the award of 
the Empire's highest honor to the 
1 young British Columbian for gal- 
lantry in Italy was made In the 
House of Common* this afternoon by. 
Del ‘lice Minister RaLston. and was 
officially gazetted today in London. 

A eompony commander of the 
Westminster Regiment— a motorized 
unit— -Maj. M.hony is Canada's 
fifth and the Empires 93rd V.C. 
winner in thU war 
At New Wrstmuvier preparations 
were hrmg made for a civic recep- 
tion after the hero* father. Jrveplv 
J Mahony. .-.aid hL son was expected , 
to arrive home in two weeks 

If this is coma, the former cir- 
culation department employee of 
The Vancouver Province mav have 



Pall of Wilno first wa* announced 
In an order of'TFie day bv Marshal 
fit Alin The *nioke-smoU)ered city 
of JOOOOO wan a scene of horror 
and destruction as Gen Ivan D 
Chemiakhovaky'g Third White Rua 
aian An, r finally liquidated the 
German garrl/von. which had been 
vainlv reinforced by pwrachutista. 

Hie German* were reluctant to 
yield the city a communication* 
centre Unking White Russia. Poiimd 
and ihr Baltic State*, but from the 
Mart of their -ferocious hou&e-to- 
hotine rr.lsiaiice. Uiey were by- 
T* -***d by large Russian force.-, mam- 
tailllng a swift westward drive that 
gave pin: pert* tonight of Soviet 
/-••Idler* fight lug on German -.oil by 
inc end of the week 
REMAIN TO C LEAN 
OUT WII.NO 

Meanwhile strong fortes nad re- 
mained to rlewn nut Wilno 

A‘ five Red armies hammered al 
the enemv from the Latvian border* 
in the Pnper Marshes. Berlin almo.t 
outdid Moscow in reporting Russian 



ASHLNUTON 



" -Pi A meeting between 
President Roowevrli and Prime 
Minister Churchill may come 
about before long, the way 
Geared in part by Mr Roose- 
velt* dramatic revision of 
French policy to permit prac- 
tical co-nperallop with Gen- 
eral Charles de Gaulle 
No time for these talk* ha* 
been indicated The Presi- 
dent however, has hinted si 
two news conference* that hr 
exrecus to see the Prime Min- 
ister tin* fi-immer or Fall and 
that he would probably make 
the trip lo Britain this 
time instead of having Mi 
Churchill come over 



The action for which the coveted 
cross wa* awarded took place a' the 
Nelfa River on May 2d anniversary 
of the btrthdav of Queen Victoria, 
' I know the Hou e and counlry who established the famous medal 
will join very heartily m congratu- for '«lw on the suggestion of her 
lations to Maj. Mahony and to his Pettier Consort In 188r, 
family and to hi* regiment on this The official citation told how 

recognition Qf thr gallant acfion of wM4i absolute fearleaapesa and dik- 
Ihl* *uperh aoldter,” said Col RaLs- regard for hi* own vafeiy" he led 
,on Continued on Page f 



UMidon Again 

Hit In Robots 



Japs Launch 
!\cic Drive la 
Split Chinese 



ROME. July 13 -‘T’. — American 
troop, have captured the German 
stronghold nf Lajatlro. 17 mile* 
Inland from the Italian west coast. 
In some nf the hlllerest fighting 
in weeks British Eighth Army 
Patrols probed \rer«o. hey road 
junction 36 miles ca*t of Poggi- 
honsi and the same distance 
southwest of Florence. 

A major attack mi Arrzzos de- 
fences appeared to be imminent. ' 
General Clark* Fifth Army 
cleaned nut the last German sulcidr 
squads in lajatico yrsterdav. iaK 
ing 150 to 200 prisoner*, and prc/.srd 
on northward in thrtr drive to fl«nk 
the big port of Livorno, whose strong 
defrnre* virtually have »*alled an 
American pu*h directly up the roast 
for the la.vt week 
Inland from Lajatico other Alllrd 
force* appeared to assault four key- 
road centres commanding the B p- 
pruwcho- to the ’'Gothtr Line," After 
beating bark several savage Nazi 
counKr-atLack* French colonial* 
won posit inn* from which they could 
strike at Poggiboasi, which guard 
b<>ti. the El*a River Valiev approach 
to the Arno and the main highway 
northeast to Florence. 31 mile* away. 
The bitterest fighting tn Ulil - 
s<nw Lorresikmdent tor *a* for Hill 218. two miles south- 
a.-ter* for General wot of PoggibonM. which the French 
ivs unlrxs they can won t»u day* ago The Nazi roun- 
tn Riga and other ter-attacked recklessly yesterday in 
* "'* n ' ho ** * f, empt to regain the height, but 

l " r co,n, “ ftlR " r ' lrt po.ttions l 

' " \ u ,n “ nn " stubborn t> and inflicted heavy tosses 

■re nil off. a* 1K on the „ nrmy 

purpoM’. will play Meanwhile 



ixtzi i r iso ners 
Can filit II lien 
Trailed by I Jon 



The German rndio »/ud j 
troops advanrina, from the 

< ontlnued on Page 4 



CHl'NGKrNO. July 13 T- The Reginald John 
Japane-e hRve launched a strong ,«ibly the RC/ 
a^ault on Chlncze line* tn the C(iptaln Hln ‘ 
bomb-scarred suburbs of Hengyang 
In an apparent attempt to reCltal- va -mh 
f:rn • 

ms 

n f 

invnv 



l.E'IH BRIDGE Alta July 13 'CP> 
-Four German prisoners ol war 
who eacnped at 7 30 o'clock Hit. 
morning from the Mugrath Hostel 
were recaptured tonight by Royal 
Canadian Mounted Poltr# con. table 
a» Del Bonita, five miles from the 
international border. 

The capture was madr at 7 30 
pm three hour* after Smoke-,, an 
RCMP dog, was put on the Hail 
of the men where they abandoned 
a stolen car on the McIntyre Rmiih 
lease go mile* north of the border 
Name* of the prisoner* were not 
released by Inejiecror EYvette nf ffie 
La-thbrldgfx detachment of th'r 
RCMP who organized the search. 

Tile prisoners offered no resist- 
ance when the RCMP po.^e 
caught up to them fimogev was 
handled by Constable Hacking 
R.C M P . o| Taber, hi. owner 
Poliee said the men were in po*.- - 
se/alon of maps giving details of 
the area between Lethbridge and 
the border. 



(*en. Theodore 
Roosevelt Dies 
At War Front 

Veteran NffTerw Heart 
A I lark at Age of 

WIIH AMERICAN TROOPS IN 
NORMANDY July n v Bng - 



THE TIMES London 



a"rf Cor»‘rrcrrf on Initma- 
f.Cfnti ulntnl Irnni Ihr 
dcr/i/ .,f?J pnblithrd in J /-# 
Colon, • t bu \ptaal atronor- 
t-ith fht \ ‘tin, out tt L)<nlij 



and manv bwUlefleld* in North 
Africa fib lly Italy and Fratw r died 
of a |>ewrt attack !a«f night at 11 45 
ar hr re-te/i quietly in a 'aptured 
Oerman truck 

General Roosevelt had h rrj, ii*irig 
the truck for hi- nffus and bed- 
room the | la .- 1 few day* 

Tile son nf the former Prevalent, 
Theodore Ro<»ft/\eti m>. ar.-.|rtant 
commanding *»nrra| of the Fourth 
Infantry Divpion He olM i«o 
hours after a visit with hla eon. 
Quentin, who u a captain In th# 
fighting Fir-’t Infantrv Dfyteion »n 
Which tile geneilii ,.rnrif as deputy 
commander rsrliar irrTfie war 
Tomorrow Roo ev elt nr >» 0 f five 
r.rvt beloved general m united 
Stair, A my u lo i,< burled in the 
Fourth Division rnlllis-rv cemetexy, 
and hla bodjv will rr. t Tft tnr> , r.u of 
tpe une country wt.err fiu hrou»*r 
Qurtiiin wa* killed |p the Ian war. 

' i 

ht r» attack fi r da Ego F/«er*e- 

' • ' , 'I • .- -,r. -A grid 



/ ho Jap 4 (I mi rah 
Killed oil Saipan 

PEARL HARBOR Juj V 
Two Japam 



in fnlantry Regiment 



Lane !4«8 Begbie Si ter:. 
yfMerday of hui promotion 
r commanding the RC A F 
lei ^rjuadron In Oreat 



admira^ 

whom dli>e*rfi the atuct on Pfr.ri 
Harbor and Midway d»ed July 7 on 
Saipan Admiral Chenier W Nmu'y 
announced tatilfht in a oonun unique 
One Vice-Admiral Chillrln Nn- 
gumo was- • ••itiniander-m— chief .,t 



a B: itL-h nffirpr *aid 

( onlinurd An Pagr 3 



F' tt03* MCNnn 



lucteed: 35-vear-o|d Group 
i John FViquiei DSO and 
FC. Group Captain Lane 
old. tile D,S O and D F C . 
laa a iank equivalent it) 
I niitlmirrt on Pagr 3 



trernii,n p<x I Hon* biew up the Ger- 
"'.•!) r'.mmaiirt pra • killing at least 
40 German' in the woods alone 
1 tie bat allon gnt. formed up for 
ihr A t! hie attack and a lieutrnant- 
ibionr l from Montreal. « nn w*.v 
commanding the unit, railed for 
HP’fl'rrv rourentiauon on Antliie 



f*HE CANADIANS AT 
Normandy July 13 «CP‘ In 
!" for Cam e Maritime |n- 
resunci.t plaveo w- Txthmr 



Simplilication ol Income Tax 
Forms Easier Said Than Done 



penal Jxpaj,r,e Ngrr: h 

command Japn ur.-.e fort 

attacked Pearl Haib«jr ar.c 
mand of th- carrier. ra*k fo: 
r*r. wiped wN Midw-wv 
Ml prior to hi* la'e*; , 
commend, he wa« comma 
me Sa.'eb«i naval basr on 
ane»* mainland 
Admiral Ntmttz *«id Reai 
Vano wa* killed on th* mu 
Pflrrv filniuitaneoibUy-he anneui 
in " nt element: of the 2nd Marl 
1 ' dor* had landed Oh M • 



l YanqiP'Vi;|e. 
ier m* rfdi- 
ejkf»bllslted 



A 1114-11 1 Beulrn 

on AW.v dulv n The com- 
mon* Ranking Commit tc-*- thu wflG- 
n ti: defeat r| an nniendjnent to the 
Bank Rill m ntajcr clMi<er-*t bank? 



b idgE- cl *ng-s 
t»v w itJi mrm- 
suggeitUig other < hange* Du- 
r U.»toh of the budget re*oluttons 
font Uiued throughout th- ntant »tt- 
tlng 

- r'lwniiif Hie House agreed 
•iMtnga nest Mon- 
diratibn the drive 
tonal tmones* L 

representation* Marling in earne-.t. — * 

had bej^n mAjle that y;ie agricultural • On the budget reaolutlona Hon 
rAniu were loo compllraled Thr-R B H arm n 'fT , York -Sun burr - , 
department had a meeting with ag- supported bv Shvn Knowle?, iCCF. 
rirultural represent* Uvea. rpprMen- Winnipeg North Centre > asked that 
tamer of farm Journal* agnrultural conception*, mi ifiedlrtl expense, m- 
wieues and the 'Department of enrrrd mjtslde Canada be made re- 
Agnculturr. teoaetlve. 

niey *at down for quite a con- Rnor to the budget an esempriort 
aider able time in Order lo dev Lie a from tax wav allowed in care* of 
»lmpllfied form that would be sat- UOU. ual medical expeiue*. but only 
la factory to the farmer.- he said, when the e\pkh«e< took place in 
A* a re*ul» of their labor* they Canada In the buege» tt u pro* 
brought in a form that was corn-id- pwed to allow expeme* in the 
erahty more mmplicatrd than the United 8tatga 
one our own expert* had already Other member* urged that the ex- 
produced / - '! tatlng reMrtcHon* on exemption* ai- 

Mr Gideon gave iha little side- 'owed for medical expense* more 
light on income tax admmut ration than 5 per rent of income and not 
difficult, a* Ih* Hou>e "i r commit- more rlfan Mon for a m*-ned per- 
tee of a ay a and mk*n* approved • f oniinued en Pag* l v 



‘"“W'ra - ' ' ~ ^ ‘"**7 « i* a i.uinoer nf i|,e 

Hut th- e*.-irr to talk about .simplifying in- relating u> ificom- 
ma. terv wW» to-% form, than l» 1 to do Uie p Pr 
Hug the Job. Revenue Minister Gibson told 
Into op- the Common* today after Hon 
CJrote .Sterling Progressive conserv- 
ln« Vo|- all* e member for Vale canatltuency a 
L s the tn British Columbia, made a p|r« to » 

«,»V to for the taxpayer* who find the ria'- uauall 
> Polish fovnv* *'onvpllcated 
1* also _Qihaon said 

'k rap- 

ce •’th- 



inner rr-.s erven * 
t lie fiscal year 
from whfrh 'he 






Japanese in Trap 



vanc<*« another 
r German po*i- 
xd out in toe 



ADVANCFD ALLIED HEAD- 
QUARTER New Giiir.ea .P,i M 
Friday* ^»V -T-t-e -if. 00f, Japarevt 
trying to break rue 6i'» Britt* »■ N*s 
.alf-mli# further x>i)f.h. and Guinea trap nortlWe*t of W*wa« 
rr a hall of *neil* and bullefr 
attack » At tied up Try colonel 
NJ then for arUllerv on Fran- 
-ille *nd another village wen* 
n *moke a* thr Mantimeri' car- 
rwreel r.v»r i|»* field, first foi- 

•d by the infantry 
<e Germane in Pranquevtile 
lilu the others a l Authie 
U) and Huron. «ere fanatic* 
le I2*hfi£5 Division were wiped 
when they refused to surrender 
between 4 30 and A pm Fran- 
Hie was in Canadian handv 



Point on Saipan Liar 
troLs the entrance of t 
Tat'.apag harbor, _• 



r mem 
becanu 



marmcr 



Itom hers 



LONDON. July 14 iFndayi IP,. 
— The German rldm warned to- 
day that enrmv bombers wrre 
apprnaehtng the lower Danube, 
indiroiing Albert raiders were 
striking again Tmm Mediterranean 



< omlcs 

< ulbcrKnn on Bridge 

• riiinrlals 
I inattre 

Radio Programme, 
Shipping and Travel 

* octal Notes 
sport 
Theatres 

t\ nmrn » | IiiIm 



large enemy force mowed west 
Wedneaday to aMork APape a.-.d 
amaehed into American mnposrji 
Tlie fragmentary battlefront re- 
ports, covofing ae;»on until da* light 
Wednesday, made no mention of an 
enemy break-through anywherr but 
a headquarter, spokesman said *h# 
preuminary aivaaulu were checked 
nri'lv after Ihe moat avage fighting 
of the New Guinea campaign. 



Earlier residents of Britain's 
southeast raast had observed a hlg 
forre of Britain-based da » light 
bomberw eiunj 0,1 arms, the 
( hannel. 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. BC. FRIDAY. ILLY 14. 1 f >44 




Premier Hart Pays Tribute 
To Victoria Cross Winner 



Captured .Nazi Generals Pennant 



to 93 the total number of V C '• 
awarded during this war. 



Three V.C. Men 



RECEIVES CONGRATULATIONS 
FROM t RfcKAR 

WITH THE CANADIANS IN 
ITALY, July 13 «P>-- Major John 
• Jack- Keeler Mahopy. of New 
Westminster, fifth Canadian to win 
the Victoria Cross in this war. re- 
ceived mea&aecs of congratulation 
today from Lieut -Oen H D. O. 
Crerar. commander of the F*L r st Ca- 
nadian Army, and from Lteut.-Gen. 
E L M Burn*, commander of the 
lat Canadian Corps In Italy. 



Are Gazetted 



✓ VANCOUVER July li -CPc- Pre- 
mier Hart expired pride today In 
the award of the Victoria cross to 
Msj John Mahony, of New West- 
minster. 

The Premiers statement said 

"On behalf of the Government 
and the people of British Columbia, 
f would like, to extend longiutula- 



LONDON. July 13 *CP> Award of 
the Victoria Cross to Maj. John 
Keefer Mahony. of New Wcal- 
nur-bter. BC. a as announced offi- 
cially in The London Gazette 
tonight, together with two other 
awards of the Empires highest 
decoration to Englishmen. 

' The 91st and 92nd Awards of the. 



won promotion to route manager 
and then iub-manager in Lhe circu- 
lation office Finally he was ap- 
pointed to a position in the papers 
N«*w Westminster office He was 
about to be transferred to the edi- 
torial department as a reporter 
when war broke out 
Ms) Mahony ha* two brothers 



711 YATES STREET 



VC to to Further Prune, 



b -Pc. Dinette Suite 



r p^ in g agent lor the Industri 



rageous leadership, now honored by 
Hli Majesty's award of the Empires 
most coveted recognition. Is ax*; In- 
spiration. to the Canadian Army. 
Best wl&fcm for your early and com- 
plete recovery, ' 

Gen. Bunts said: All ranks of 

the Canadian Army In Italy will be 
proud and happy that your great 
bravery and determination at the 
cruising of Uie Melfa have received 
their fitting reward. 

"The award of the Victoria Croat 
honors the hard fighting and suc- 
cesit of jour division in its first 
battle, of "which your action Is the 
highlight. On behalf of the 1st 
Canadian Corps, 1 congratulate you 
and the New Westminster Regiment 
most sincerely and wish you all good 
fortune for the future " 



highly -prised victoria Crne* decor- 
ation," 

"All British. Columbian. I am 
sure. ahar* with Major Mahony* 
parents and fftend* a deep sense of 
pride that a native son of New 
Westminster ha A brought such a dls- 
i met km to our British Columbia 
men serving overseas 
"In all. five Canadians' have been 
awarded th r Victoria Cross 

Major Mahony Joined the ranks 
of those illustrious men bringing 
a total of four the number of British 
Columbians honored to wear the 



and Lteui «temporjrrv rapuui* 
Rivard Wakefbrd of the Hamp- 
shire Regiment 

Jefferson won his award a few 
days earlier than Mai Mahony, on 
May 16. during an at lack on the 
Gustav Line. The Germans counter 
attacked Jefferxon’a position befotr 
his battalion could dig in On lu. 
own initiative Jefferson set rd a 
Plat anti-tank rifle and rah for- 
ward along under heavy Ore stood 
up in the open under a hall of 
bullets and fired at the IradUtg 
Oerman tank, now only 20 yards 
away . 

'll burst ihio flames and all the 
crew were killed. Jefferson then 
advanced towards the second link 
but this withdrew before he could 
get within range. 

Lieut. Wakeford. at about the 
same time, was commanding a com- 
pany during an attack on two hill* 
near Tasslno Although wounded he 
played a part in several actions 
which led hia Citation 'odae to mv 
"H u soilless devotion to duty, 
leadership, determination, courage 
and disregard for his own serious 
Injuries were hfinnd all praise 



Tinibyr Company at Youbou A 
younger brother. Dick operate* a 
Mgn-painung business Twice the 
latter has been rejected by military 
beards for medical reasons His 
father is a life insurance represen- 
tative, 

"I haven't <Jonr anything at my 
own work since tioon Monday * the 
father Mid today * It's been a very 
hectic three days" 

PROI HF.ST BOYS 



MAJOR RANDOLPH ( HI R( HIM. 

Son of the Prime Minister. Auto- 
graphed ui England, where he re- 
turned recently afu*r experiences 
abroad, including that at into'* 
•headquarter* when the Germans 



Proudest bov.* in thl* rlty today 
are Bill Wiii'-r and Gerry Oillev. 
both 12 for their hero now is olfi- 



Chesterfield 

Suites 

Full Spring Construction 



In Hits clajo- are I. 



Hu com patriot. 

Lieut -Col Mcrrit 
Hoey and the laic Captain F T 
Peters 

_ Major Mahony* action and that 

nt the men with him ni.vric pn.-lble 
the advance of '.lit Canadian* in 
Ttalv. over difficult and heavily de- 
fended country 

We are indeed proud of inch 
heroic fighting men and with lo 
ronvev to Uie major hu parent* 
aniYhU- brothers our hea/Uest frliel- 
tation* on hu winning tin* dlstuic- 



c tally a hero 



raided it 



They live oil the same street a* 
Major Jack Mahony The last letter 
they got from him lie talked *3JOUT 
the beginning of the nrw school 
U-rtn and recalled how he u«ed to 
hate going bark 

He added 

"At the.prr-.rn? rime Im bark at 
•cJjiv.l nsaln But lliiv time it U an 
.♦run school And we don't finish at 
3 15 pm either We have to work 
nearly every night until midnight 
But it i* very necr.wary In this 
army buaims* you Just can t rub out 
mistake* with an eraser 

‘But the school is a good one and 
I am enjoying it.” 

He described Uie school a* being 
located at a rOfflOU* English town of 
learning and then he gave hia two 
young friends an ltvalfht into the 
Brltlah character and told them not 
M> We decided by the ah*** pant* ol 
English schoolboys and Uie striped 
truuaera ol their fathers He recalled 
thV CJrfhchlll also wore striped 
trnu- el'? and many Ekiglixh boys had 
left their short scho ol pants to don 
battle dress and fight in every baltle 
from the start of the war. 

He added 

"So the next lime any kid at 
school tells you that the English kid. 
are r-i.-M.lrs because they wear short 
pants or because they play crlckrl 
instead of lacrosse, or because they 
• all their fathers mi then vou tell 
him about Dunkerque or about the 
barbed wire road blocks or about 
the Herne Guard and their pitch- 
fork: 'He was describing English 1 

preparations and determination tn 
flgln in the ddches'i And If that 



does not convince him Uicn you up 
and sock him a good one and if one 
sock la not good enough, then suck 
him another one for me ' 



NEW WESTMINSTER. July 13 
•CPi —Civic official* here announced 
'•'night a hall holiday will be de- 
clared for ihe day when Major John 
Mahony, New Westminster V c 
winner return* here xometimr 
Within the next few week* 



Driver t. M Smith. Strathrcy, Ont grabbed this Getman general* 
personal Hag when Canadian* captured a Nazi headquarters. The general 
was the former commander of the Italian town of Pontecorvn . but he 
doesn't live there anymore . . . Canadians took the town after stiff fighting 



"('■mi'lfi* !)-••• f nraitfctrt" 

860 Yates St • Near Quadra) 



t onlinued from page 1 

hu- company In the establishment. ot 
a foothold described a* "vital to the 
whole Canadian Corps action The 
citation said that failure would have 
mrant delay with heavy lows of 
men and material and might have 
broken the impetus of the corpe 
advance. 

Pte. J- E Neill. New Wesunm .te: 
orderly to Major Maliany. paid a 
Soldier * tribute to his chief in 
Rome todkyr - He &aw the mujoi 
wounded three diffrrent nmrs and 
"we tried to persuade him to rest, 
but he refused and continued to 
'direct the ftilA of what was lelt of 
his company." 

The modest hero himself, men- 
tioning the action briefly in a let- 
ter to his mother, wondered what 
his family had done Victoria Day 
and added * — 

"It was a very busy dav for yours 1 
truly and one I shan't forget in a 
hurry ’ 

The - official citation de*C!ibe:t! 



Announces Air 
Haiti (Casual tiei 



Gallantry of Major Mahony 
Inspiration To Canadian Army 



vsacrc 



LONDON. Jaly 18 <CF( — Civil- 
ian air raid casualties during 
the month of June, when flying- 
bomb attacks were inaugurated were 
aiuvouiuad tonight- by the Minister 
ol Home Security ns 
Killed, 1.935 >or missing and be- 
lieved killed*. 

Injured, and detained in hospital. 



New Westminster, said today her 
home lias "seemed like a battle- 

front.” since she got an inkling 
•‘something was coming up" for her 
win. Major jnrm Mahony. Canada* 
latest winner of the Victoria Croa» 
She added that army officer*, 
newspapermen and photographer* 
have been swarming around her 
hour# for the last two dnji 
"When Jack get' home. I m going 
♦n tie him up *o he won't win any 
more decoration* and put u* through 
• his again.'’ hte mother joked 
Mr Mahony said his son w« ex- 
pected to arrive home in New Wr. t- 
muuter.In two weeks, and the city 
council plans a civ a- reception Civic 
official have sent a ruble to Maj ^ 
Mahony rnngratulaiuig him 

Mr and Mrs Mahony still live 
In the same house where their son 
was born. 

Starting a- a delivery boy lor ‘Hie 
Vancouver Province, Major Mahony 



LONDON, July 19 #CPi. — The 

Prench press service giving detail* 
of the Nan mg agger* ol inhabitantr 
of Oradour-sur-Glanr, central 
French village last June ML—aald 
todav women and children had been 
locked inside of a churrh which 
then was dynamited and set a Arc 
Nearly 800 persons perished hi the 
atrocity and only "seven or eight” 
of the entire population escaped, the 
French agency said 
The massacre «a* reported bv the 
BBC last Sunday, which said then 
about i ioo of the town's i 200 m- 
habitants were killed June 10 also 
the di te pf anotlier bias sere «r 
the Greek town of DlMomn and 
second anniversary of the destruc- 
tion of fcadlcr Creeho-Slovaklan vll- 
lage. J * 

Men of Oradour aur-Gloju- were 
marched to a barn near the fair- 
ground* in group of about Jfl and 
shot, the French service said and 
alter the churrh filled with women 
and children was dynamited, every 
building in the village was set afire 
German soldiers stationed about, the 
city shot and killed, anvone attempt- 
ing escape 



The citation accompanying the 
award of the Victoria Crow to Major 
John K Mahony. New Westminster 
1 company commander of the motor- 
ized Westminster Regiment, for out- 
standing gallantry In Italy t.« »,« fol- 
low * 

'On May 24 1044 a Company of 
the Westminster Regiment (.motor i, 
under the command of MaJ. Mn- 
hony. wa* ordered to establish the 
Initial bridgrhezid a cm** the River 
Mejfa Tlie enemy at-HI had strong 
forces of tank*. self-propelled guns 
and infantrv holding defensive posi- 
tion* on the cast side of the river, 
Despite this Mai Mohony pei.von- 
ally led hla compah] down to and 
acres* the river heinr »-t»h the lead- 
ing section 

"Although the entering wju made 
in full view of and under heavy Are 
from enemy machine gun post* on 
the right rear and lert front, he 
personally directed each section into 
its proper position on the west bar k 
with the greatest coo!nr.xi and con- 
fidence The -erasqjng wac mace 
and a ‘mall bridgehead was estab- 
lished on ground where u was only 
possible to dig shallow weapon pits 
From 3 30 pm tiie company main- 
Lained itself In the fa r«- of*rnrniv 
Are and attack until 8 30 pm when 
the remaining companies and sup- 
porting weapons weir able to cross, 
the river and reinforce them. 
BRIDGEHEAD F.M LOSER 
ON THREE SIDES 

• The bridgehead was enclnaed on 
three sides by an 88mm sell -pro- 
pelled gun 4.'o yards tn tlie right n 
battrrv of four antiaircraft guns 
100 yard* to the left, a Spandau -a 
tv pe of machine gun u>rd by the 
Germans > 100 yard* to the (eft of it 
to the left of the Spandnu a second 
B8mm self-propelled gun and ap- 
proximately a company ol infan- 
.trv with mortar* and machine guns 
on the left of the 88mm From all 
these weapons Mat Mahony * com- 
pany was con.*tantly under fire until 
It eventually aucceeded in knocking 
out the self-propelled equipment 
and the infantry on the left flank.. 

"Shortly after th* bridgehead had 
been established, the enemy coun- 
ter-attacked with infantry support- 
ed by tank* and *elf-propelled guns 
The counter-attack was bestfo off 
by the company with its Plats *P1 a< 
projectors*, two-inch mortar:, arid 
grenade*, due to th* skill with which 
Maj Mahony had organized hi* de- 
fences. * 



bridgehead aero** the rivet was vi- 
tal to the whole Canadian Corpa 
uon. and failure would have meant 
delay, a repetition of the attack, 
probably involving heavy loura in 
men. -material and time and would 
have given the enemy a breathing 
xpace which might have broken the 
impetus of the corps advance May. 
Mahony knowing this, never al- 
lowed the thought of faJluip or 
w-ithdiawal to enter his mind and 
infused hi* spirit and determina- 
tion into all his men At the hr:' 
sign of hesitation or fullering Maj. 
Mahony w v. there to emninage by 
Ills own example those who were 
feeling the attain of battle The 
enemy perceived that this office! 
was the »oui nl the defence and con- 
‘equentlv fired at him constantly 
with all weapons, from ilffe to 
88 mm, 'guns. Maj Mwlionv com- 
pel eh- ignored the enemy hie and 
with great courage and absolute qL-- 
rrcard for persona! danger com- 
manded ill* company with such 
treat confidence, energy and skill, 
that the enemy s effort x to destroy 
the bt!dgrhr*d were all drfeatfd. 

The great courage shown bs 
Maj Mahony in tht* hi lion will for- 
ever be an inspiration to hi* regi- 
ment and to the Canadian Army * 



GLAM po-eW intekee woOl 
and woodwork Mta dusftna. 
.... No wo If. eo 
riejiep. no drying I 



Tlie’.doad included 231 children. 

The announcement noted that, the 
i-Mualty figures given by Prime Min- 
ister ChutchlU to the House of Com- 
mon/. July 7. were larger because 
they included some military casual- 
ties. ajid extended beyond June--up 
to fi a m , July 7. 

Of the total killed 716 were men. 
988 women and 231 children Of the 
It ired 2 151 we "men 3 262 women 
and 493 children, 



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JUKI for a dependent, b<- relaxed. 

Or. .1 P Howderi <L, St Bom- 
fnre> aid h person should be free 
tn go anywhere for his medical at- 
tention and get the same exemption. 
His brother had be.rn refused for- 
eign rxuhaiiff under exchange con- 
trol regulation* to go to the United 
States for an operation 

The operation was performed in 
Winnipeg snd had hr been allowed 
to go to the yntted Stae. his brother 
wouid not have died, said Dr How - 
den 

Dougin* Abbott Finance Depart- 
ment parliamentary n.siM:mt prom- 
ted conaidet atlbn of Mr Hanson's 

'Uggcstlop that rare be taken to see 
that the exten ion of r x<Niiptlon for 
supporting an Illegitimate child 
'hou.’rf go only to the mother and 
no* »o lhe father 

Mr Knowles risked a change for 
the benefit of women d^-tor* and 
nuruy. who are mart led He said 
Uie law wa* cl.anged lavr rear y al- 
low women to earn «alartM and 
wanes without depriving their hu*- 
banda of exemption a.* married per- 
il i* Tin country needed all the. 
(Irv-tois and nur'c.s who could prac- 
tise but married women doctors 
were not given the same privilege 
a* other women because profes icmal 
fee* wer« not ronsldered salaries or 
w are* 



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L'nllkf the previous two days 
when lhe German Air FYirce failed 
to put a single interceptor in the 
air. NSrJ fighter* made attack* on 
the bomber fleet adding ,to anti- 
aircraft fire described officially a* 
moderate to Intense Ten bomber* 
and five fighters from an ewort 
force of 500 failed to return Fight 
German plane* were *hot out of the 
au six by bombers and two by 
fighter* 

Both Munich and Saaibruckep 
ar* vital points on rail lines leading 
to Hitler's Southern Front On the 
last three visits to Sanrbruckcn 
bombers have hit the rsil'ard' 
there 

Unfavorable wrather again held 
air activity o' er Normandy to ,v 
minimum but fighter-bomber* mxd*- 
thelr deepest penetration m France 
jlncr "D" Day and destroyed a large 
German fuel dump at Sen 1 AO mile- 



ABB0T.S80RD B C July 13 <8. 

No 24 Krmenlary Flying TYain- 
tng school here will close tomorrow 
following tin giartuation here to- 
night of ib final class of student 
pilots, 

Tlie school h«* been m o|«eration 
Mlirr tn-.f Brpt ember 

Honor student in ^u- final course 
«a* LAC J H KenneV, of Nmlth- 
CI.S BC DLltUlguiahed pa^.sr* were 
awarded FO P L Chambers, 
MBE of While Rock BC a re- 
mu* tried armorer Umi. a U Ru*- 
■ell. ot Vancouver formnlv nl the 
RCOC. LAC P L Brother- New 
WexUninsier. BC; LAC c: h An- 
dei .on, I, A C W R Falrbnrn and 
I.AC W M Gardlnrr all of Van- 



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The new abort rlmnei dresses 
now being shown at Scutrah* 
bear out today's trend for 
more and more femininity in 
many little exquisite details 
and motifs. Delicate shades 
nf mauve, fuchsia, lime and. 
nf course, many lovely styles 
in the ever - popular black. 
One exotic model shows a 
rosette at the waistline which 
can play the double part of 
a tricky little dinner hat. You 
will be interested, too. in 
those very smart little taf- 
feta suits fot special events. 



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or l ley DFM. snd FO A 
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which left oemtam stunned in their v,u ’ ,r ' ,A Bt 1/1 lUt ro » d ^ 
foxhole*. | taumnnu 

Threatened on Hie south facing The column *o the nnrthweaf ad- 
n frontal aitarg Ttnm ine north 'amed wr nub to I * Mlsnel la 
• rd an encirriirig column coming Durand, three mile*, northwest of 
down from the north*e*t the Oer- St Ln 

man* were reported digging into Bad »e»ther over; the bal tlefront 
•the mlnx'nf st l<n fox a IaM-dltch h^ld down the air support and 
defence * , tJveew tt'ie hitmen of Hearing a way 

East of At ls> the doughboys Hie infantrv on to the artillery 
overran La Bouiaye two and one- 

quarter* mile.- i»r , and* pressed Put the favorable construction on 
r>n to the outakir** of lw Barre de * dubious act. 



THE! CANADIAN CORPS 
f, July 12 • Dels\ed> <Fl- 
Kenneth Stuart, chief pf 
Canadian Military Head- "With absolute f rox ir> -nejs* and 

rtk'regard for hu- own safety Mnj 
Mahony personally directed tn* hr? 
of his Pis'* throughout thi- action 
rncouracmg and exhorting hi* me;i 
By this time trie company streng:.. 
had been reduced to 60 m- n arid 
of the platoon office , 
imjnded pcartr.ly an 
ir rnt-mv *tank« lortu. d 
up about 50ft. yard* tn fiont of *he 
bridgehead and together with abou' 
of infantry launched a 



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missioned a* a *eroud lieutenant 
Januarv 26. 1938 

When hi* regiment mobllio d fot 
active service a> the outbreak of 
war, he whs taken on strength of 
the Canadian Army a:- lieutenant 
and for a time •served a*, unit In- 
telligence officer He n*w overseas 
November 10 1941, and a month 
later hr wax promoted to the tank 
of captain 

Pour, tiled tn tlie at ling rank nf 
ma;'3r February 15. 1943 tie - w 
confirmed in that rank three inonHi*. 
later He went to the CenHa! Medi- 
terranean *bra'rr last Snv cipher. 



Accompanied b> Lt -Oen. E I. M 

•Tomniv* Bums. of Ottawa th? 

c^rp* commander Oen Stuart on 
WedmiAijBv visited Uie I^adquarter* 
or (he Canadian divpdorut com- 
manded t>v Maj -Gen Chris Yoke , 
of W r.nlprg •*• d Ottaw a and Mu) - 
Gen B M Hrtffmel ’er rtf Van- 
couver He m?' staff pfflrep for 



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LAI D MAHONY 

LONDON July 14 ' Friday CP 
A trail n ts of U:e heroic ''and made 
bv Mai John 'Jack* Keefer Ma- 
hony. .31 a: the Melfa Rtver in 
Italy nhirh won the New West- 
minster RC officer 'he Victoria 
Cm«*. were prominent !v displaved 



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From Discomforts of 



May 24 during the Ml 
launched Mav it froi 
Oarlgltano Valiev Mn* 
carried an abbreviated 
Ihe citation on their 
and some published Ma: 
graph 

TTie Canadian *o!di» 
•qu*t pminlpenee with 
voldirr* whose award* 
were am winner d In 
Gaxeti* uautltangousl 
mony * 

Hie Rrltuh Pinners 
p »r*e hignev m-.Utarr 
Capt Richard Wakel 
HampaJiire Regiment, 
and Fiuiljer F A Jeff 
Lancozhire Fiailier* 
for Lancashire 

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to get back About 12 pf our group 
gor out and I don't know where the, 
reat ore. 1 loat my Bren gun in the 
wobd but picked up andtiier on the 

way out. 

‘That * what it* like around 112 
It • berq like that for three d*>* 
It * a helluva hole ” * 



Bombing and Cuim^rv School Graduates 



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By CHAHLEB LYNCH 
Reiner * War Correspondent • 

AT HILL 112. NORMANDY, July 
13 i CP- Reuter’M -a crucjftx hall- 
way up — and tlie bodies and bat- 
tered tanka and guna on It* .side*— 
have given thw vital feature between 



Lher tanka mining about In the 
area tince the action started. 

Around the baae of Hill 112 are 
cornfields infested with both British 
and German anipers and machine- 
gun peat* 

A British officer told me the Ger- 
mans regard the feature as the key 



Army Awards for 
Valor Announced 



the Oden and 



Or nr River and they are determined 
not .to let the BrttLsh occupy It. 

I As the situation stands, the British 
troops can get to the brow of the 
hill but the minute they poke their 
heads over It. everything the Ger- 
man* have in the area comes down 
on them. 

The same fate awaits any Ger- 
mans who attempt to scale the 
eastern slopes. 

We crept up along the dusty roads 
and eventually reached a command 
post within sight of Hill 112. 

SOS( HALAVTLY 
SMOKING PIPES 

We were welcomed by Captain 
Charles Guy Bret, who offered us 
a glass of elder. Just. IS minute* 
before, a mortar shell had landed 
tan feet from the command post, 
but inside were a group of officers 
nonchalantly smoking pipes and 
drinking cider, 

We rnentioned_llil| 112 and they 
all grimaced Captain Bre' -aid "I 
don't think you will find anybody 
who want* to talk much about it." 

Just then s group of soldiers camc- 
back from the direction of the hill* 



Black Sea except for Nan dead left 
behind in their counties thousand.', 
and war prisoners in Russian hand:. 

Of all the vast territory in Russia 
over which the Invader trampled to 
Invest Leningrad, reach the gates 
of Moscow, enter but never take 
Stalingrad and lunge deep into the 
Caucasus, there remained Ur enemy 
hand* only a sliver north of Polotsk 
and, south of Pskov as thlVws* writ- 
ten It could be computed In square 
feet rather than square mile*, and 
a new onset of the expanding Red 
Army tidal wave niav have purged 1! 
of the last Naxl sniper befoie tin- 
reaches print 

Nazi flight from that last foot- 
hold In prrwar Riu-sla broadly con- 
firms expec tation of a. line-thru tim- 
ing general German jetieat in the 
East that may soon fere meet of the 
Baltic stale*. 

For 300 mile* southwest nf the 
new Russian break-through front to’ 
within arm'* length rf the nld Rua- 
Man-Latvuni border line other Red 
column* are dant>rnu ; .ly dcve to 
cutting the last rail link sm<thwnrd 
to Germany for Nazi troop,, north 
of the Nenuina* River, the Berhn- 
Insterberg-Kauiuis-Riua tine 

Presumably It 1- that crtUial Red 
Army thrust wr*f around bv-pux < <1 
Wilno that has unhinged the OrC- 
mau Xniiit b elow , Psfcnr — Tn Terr 
day's a newly artlvaled Russia u 
Baltic army ofien*ive smashed it> 
wav into Idritxa ami virtually to 



Rut the troop* I talked to as 1 
drove up to it* base today had an- 
o'her word for It and it * not print- 
able. 

For Uiree days now most savage 
fighting has raged around and on 
Hill 112 without a decision being 
Rained The ground is gouged deep 
with shell burst* and there u hardly 
a tree with a limb left on It 
One of the fiercest engagement* 
occurred last night when British in- 
fantry werjt into a wood just north- 
east of tlw hill to flash out German 
machine-gun neats 
The machuie guns were knocked 
out. but the British troop* were 
forced to withdraw Irom the wood 
when the Germans brought up pan- 



award of two decorations for valor 
to an officer and non-commissioned 
officer of the Canadian Army for 
•'gallant and diallngulxhed services' 1 
In Italy, and released the citation* 
covering an award announced previ- 
ously. — 

The award*: 

Distinguished Service Order— Lt - 
Col F. D Adam*. 37. n native of 
Calgary • hose wife and ton live 
at 17 Wjnchebea Garden*. Worth- 
ington. Sussex. Eng. 

Military Medal - C Q M S A. H. 
Foster. 25, Wumot Station. N S. 

Citation* covering the award* to 
Lt -Col. Adam* and C Q M S. Foster 
were not given. 

Pte 'Acting Sgt ' S J Zahara 
of Cardenton, Man . winner of the 
United State* BUver Star, was cited 
for ' gallantry in action February 
16. 1B44, near Anzio, Italy, where 
he commanded a position on the 
forward bank of a canal ‘ 

Hi* position, under heavy chemv 
fire, received two direct hits, which 
detonated anti-tank rocket.-, stored 
in the pit. wounded one *oldier. col- 
the wall* of the pit and 
buried a mortar observer. 

Iiir point the platoon w a* or- 
dered to take up new position* in 
rear of the canal Sgt Zahara vol- 
untarily remained in the forward 
exposed position and, digging with 
lit* hand*, freed the burled soldier," 
his citation said. 



ALL SPECIALS 
Advertised in Thurs- 
day's Colonist Avail- 
able All Day Friday 



B RITISH Columbia airmen who 
received their air gunners' 
wing* at No. 3 Bombing and Gun- 
nery School, MacDonald, June 30. 
included Left to right, Sgts. J. A 
Waller. Vancouver; J. E Shields. 
Courtenay; K..F Smith. Victoria; 
K H Fox, Craobrcok . W A Mc- 
Kinnon. Duncan, and D E Pophatn. 
Victoria Since bring graduated 
S:gt. Popham, son of A Popham 



1526 Vining Street, ha* received Ilia 
commission Sgt. Kenneth F. Smith. 
18. aon of Mr and Mrs K. Smith, 
537- BunwUde Road, wav a W O 'In 

the Air Cadet* before his enlistment. 
He is u graduate of Victoria High 
School and wax a Colon Ut carrier 
for many years Hu.- fatlier ts a 
.sergeant-major in tl»e 2<&rd 'Res ' 
Battery Sgt. McKinnon t* the son 
of Mrs. L McKinnon. Duncan. 



and Saturday 



I S. HENRY MUTTER 

Four years in the navy and ten 
months oversea* is the record of 
this 20-_vcar-old seaman Hr is 
serving on thr British cruiser Bel- 
fast, which took part in invasion 
operation*. Lost Spring. LS. Mutter 
waa a member of the piping party 
that piped thr King aboard when he 
vialted tlie flept at that time. He 
la the son of Mr and Mr*. M K 
Macmillan was born in Duncan, and 
educated at the Duncan Public and 
Victoria High Schools. 



ly -13 »cp cituena 
rienced one of the 
ma of the season 
mug ciiusing con- 
• tn communua- 
r city radio sla- 
ts forced to leave 
iglit when a bolt 
filers ih Ihe tram- 



nrarlv 



PRlJiONK RS l SCAPE 

TORONTO, July 13 <cri Royal 



up with White R us* tan 
rolling into Lithuania and 
ting Daugavpils <Dvllvak» 
southwest The Ball |r fight! 



inmiunrrd that three 
i*rx of war, working 
■ct at Vernullog Ray 
Utnct. have escaped. 



Kelly said "Our Job was to go in 
with bayonets, if nec»-**ary. lo get 
the Jerry’ machine gunner* out of 
the wood It wasn't much of a 
wood. Now II b just a lot of stumps 
>1 M HIM fit NS 



Krtruitiiii: I- (>ooi 



t onlinued from Page 1 

.and bald head were a familiar 
Ulit at many a front line artillery 
observation po*t — instated on con- 
tinuing hi* strenuous dnlly tour* to 
encourage and guide hta troop* 

Last April hr went to Britain to 
recover from an illness after going 
through the North African campaign 
and .versing in I'aly. Hr also was a 
veteran of the First Great Was 
Gen, Roosevelt wax assigned as 
deputy commander of an American 
llifnntrv organization after it com- 
pleted it«i training for the Invasion 
Hobbling on a cane, hr led the first 
wave of American soldiers ashore In 
Normandy and since then had 
taken part in every ad km, includ- 
ing the fall of Cherbourg 
Gen. Roosevelt was n former Gov- 
ernor of Puerto Rlro and the Phil- 
ippine* He retired to private life 
in H>«6 



Voluntary cttJlr.tmenf* for active 
service in the first ten days of July 
were coiuudarabU ahead of any 
previous month, according to Ma) - 
Gen G R Pearke*. V C . G O C -IB- 
Chief, Pacific Command. 

They -- are welT nhrad of lost 
month.' hr said, "and June wa* 
something of n record month both 
in enlistments and conversion* If 
the present record trend hold* up 
we shall have a record for this 



THE 

DECORATING 

SHOP 



PEPPERING A WAY 



"Our artillery wa* coming down 
on It ju*l before we went in and 
I ran tell you our own shell were 
so clow in front that we were 
mighty uncomfortable Added to 
that, of course, J erry war. sending 
over hi* damn mortar bombs and 
fils machine gun* were peppering 
away. 

* We dashed in finally and my own 
group cleaned out two aunpltv 
There were four Jerries m each of 
then). It seemed only a few -erai.d* 
later than somebody veiled that 
German tank* weir coming, and 
we were to move hark 

"I lit out and somehow managed 



SI It I. Il l I G. It MOM K ION 

First Victoria man home frr^n tin 
inn. Ion i K ii tr- Lieut G R Monck 
on. 2J. Rf'N. who sailed again* 
lie German* on • D 1 ' Day aboarr 
he Br Irish cruirrr If M 8 Emerald 
md 1 « now home on leave with hu 



Who wax killed by the accidental 
explosion of a mine while mine- 
laying somewhere in France accord- 
ing to word received from Ottawa 
by hi* mother. Mrs Mary O Connell, 
OJanfcrd Avenue. R M D. 3 Victoria 
Born in Victoria 2d venrx ago he 
attended 8’ Loijg College and Vic- 



Our decorating *t*h will be pica .ed to 
help you create distinctive interiors with 
draperies, bedspread*, slip covers, carpets, 
linoleum*, etc., and also help you select 
the right furniture for vour particular 
requirements. 



1152 Tran, it 
br»*ii M s*ign 
craft of a H 



l or Milady's 

Boudoir 



FURNITURE SPECIALISTS 



Relations Sot l 



EVERY MINUTE COUNTS 



8 Ml TEN tRAM E 
WASHINGTON. July 13 • V - 
pTrskmt Roosevelt tonight saluted 
'ihe heroic people of France in a 
B»M Me Dav statement tn which he 
expressed confidence that within a 
year heticr |hev will be "liberated 
alike from the invader and from 
the puppet* of Vichy " 



College A brother. 
3 Council l* with the 
Comp Borden, Ont 



OuFTIftfTTS and our time are always yours to command 



CAREFUL STORAGE 
SINCE 189C" 



( rn, STEPHEN BUNNELL 

Who lx one of the survivor* from 
the lIMn'ed Athabascan, Lx 111 h«- 
covering from 
.nurd* Writing 
1502 Glad* lone 



WARNING 



before 



bun 



While the great majority of stores and busi- 
ness premises are co-operating in spirit as well as in the 
letter with the recent order approved by the Public 
Utilities Commission, prohibiting the use of store win- 
dow lighting, electric signs and decorative lighting of 
all kinds, some places of business are not complying. 



PTE. I T IT Ilf HINT, TON 



Italian Front 

( nntlnurd from Pace I 



Our patrols arc reporting the continued use of 
electricity by some of our customers, for purposes pro- 
hibited in the order, which is both unfair to those who 
arc loyally adhering to it, and is ignoring the vital need 
of conserving electric power. 



Would You Build 
a Camp-fire With 
$10 Bills? 



if "Gothic 
bv Indian 



Notice, therefore, is given to all those 

found illegally using light for the purposes banned by 
the order that, from now on, the Company will have no 
option but to enforce the penalty, namely: 



Of course you wouldn't, yet a 
camp-fire carelessly left to 
smolder can prove a hundred 
times more costly, . . . Forest 
Fires Are British Columbia's 
Greatest Waste . 



V77/f« Sf PPI.IEH shall hair power lo cut of} 
electricity for any or all list's to any person 
u lio. to its knowledge. uses electricity contrary 
to thr provisions listeil immediately above." 



r DOUBLE 1 
AUTOMATIC 
k BOOKLET , 


















I 

A 







the liberation of 



Berlin 



for it beceuM It failed 



ht |i I i . are among 



THF. nATT.V COr.OMST. VICTORIA. B C , KRipAV. II I.V 14 . 1944 



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Minister asks the nation to swallow in the 
spirit of for better or for worse 1 . 

' The issue posetl by the two-army sys- 
tem has been reviewed in these columns many 
times. The fundamentals of the issue have 
never changed. But Col. Ralston refused 
to fa>»e these in the Commons, and sought 
to divorce his case lor the home army system 
from the realities of the manpower situa- 
tion. It cannot be done. 'I he draftees and 
the use made of them jre not simply military 
matters, bur part and parcel of the whole 



Fust Action 



The following account of Caniulian 
Spitfires in action over Normandy, 
published in ‘Wing* Abroad." the 
Royal Canadian Air Force publica- 
tion overseas, is written in tl»e Idiom 
of today s flying men. It describes a 
1 vivid scene, and shows the speed at 
which modern air action takes place 
We quote, from "Wings Abroad": ' 
"Led by Pit. Lieut J F McKlrtr 



Jcttcrs^Cditor 

Ns latter M inr edititt «ui o« insert »o 
aaeaM «» 0 f Iba sropsi uioatura’ »r.a 
addrasa s 1 UU •Hill Thu nil* admit* 
or oo oxcoaiioo No latiar aixtuid »ic**d 
100 eordi la tnutlt Uc'ciiciud corre- 
toondaoca eaacot »« raturoad 

GAME PESTS 

8lr.— in these days alien so many 
of our young men are being killed 
or maimed In the struggle to restore, 
freedom of speech, person and ac- 
tion. to the many unfortunates who 



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Friday. July 14. 1944 

IVacc Feeler* 

. Although it is quire unlikely that enemy 
peace feelers will be acknowledged in any 
form until the end of hostilities one day on 
the battlefield, there is very little doubt that 
Ijermany has made scvcr.il attempts through 
indirect and roundabout channels to secure 
discussion of a negotiated ffcaco General 
Branco at one time was supposed to be 
carrying the torch lor (he Nazis. At another 
lime it was attributed to Sweden Berne. 
Switzerland, lias buzzed with * peace ru- 
mors ' for eighteen months, and there may 
—have been fire behind all this smoke It is 
at least significant o| the enemy ’* state of 
mind. 

On the other hand there is no suggestion 
more highly unsatisfactory to the United 
Nations at a whole A peace now with Ger- 
many unbeaten, with most of I uropc looted 
and ravaged, with grudges to nurse through 
the intervening years would be the sure and 
certain precursor to a grimmer and more 
ghasily war within twenty years time from 
now — lo the memory of every free man 
who has died on the battlefield since Scp-_ 
tember I, 19V/. such a peace would be a 
betrayal, and one which would lay the honor 
of each defending nation in tire- dust. And 
those who cry peacP. no matter what their 
interest or their aim are serving the enemy, 
and not our side. 

Obviously. Germany must know that her 
war of aggression is lost. Obviously, too. 
she will try every trick under the sun to 
wiggle out of an outright breakdown in the 
field,, and the acceptance ol our terms of un- 
conditional surrender. But those terms 
must be made to stand I here is- no other 
way. I o hold otherwise is to deny every 
Get and every circumstance of the last five 
vears and also the dominant trend in h uropc 
for fifteen years before that The Nazis arc 
astute, but in this instance we must learn to 
match them I he only peace in the Western 
world will be the handing over of Germany's 
blood stained sword. 

Fores I Rooiirrm 

Talking about British Columbia * forest 
resources- a pastime which seems to have 
been current during at least 'two decades— 
will not cure the steady drain of depletion, 
which loresters say is oc. wrung at twice the 
normal rale of reproduction Only a long- 
range lorcst policy will do (hat it is to be 
hoped sincerely that when the commission 
on forest conservation rises, alter a greater 
or lesser duplication of much evidence that 
has already been for long on tile that the 
Provincial .Government will sponsor such a 
policy and stick to IT 

I lie- situation today is an emergency one. 
British Columbia is cutting at or near the 
peak of us annual output* for all time. "1 wice 
as many board feet of merchantable limber 
aie being taken out of the bush as nature 
replaces in the same period. I he loss through 
fires is fluctuating, but rs new less than it was 
in a general average over the last ten years 
I he era of the big tree" is nearing Us end. 
and for 200 to V)0 years to come there is not 
likely to be another one, .if ever There, save 
for quibbling, are the facts, and they have 
been known for some considerable time. 

I here is no use today crying over spilt 
milk. Wc simply cannot have the dividends 
from public policies which were not in- 
stituted. but could have boon. We must face 
the situation as it stands In (hat position 
wc must go ahead to make the most mid- I 
hgent use of what remains The war of I 
course, calls a time of ii\ own and for a 
while longer we must ^Jl dance to that. 
After hostilities have ended, however Brit- 
ish < olumbia will owe to ilselt a sound anj^ 
workable forest policy some su*.h policy as 
Provincial foresters have been advocating in I 
season and out for close upon 20 years l he I 
point is will Governments then Tistcn and 1 
wdl they act 1 

h'litr-Silliii)! Still 

I he Globe ana Mail [ oronto takes Col 
RalsTCTV 'editorially to task on his explanj- j 
non in Parliament as to the present man- 
power policies of, this nation at a critical and | 
tense moment in the whole war*. As our 
contemporary points out the Icdcxal^Tiov 
ernment cannot have it both wavs hither 
voluntary recruitment is working adequate- 
ly JTnd there is then no need of the drift 
and no need of the continued exhortations tn 
home forces to go au>vc — ot~tna not 
working- Wc have said that in our opinion 
that it is not working; and that the Gov- 
ernmerf continue nr piassvfoot in a situation \* 
w hich should be cleared up once and for all 
There should be no fencr'sming where such 
national interests are at stake. 

Commenting on Col Ralston s excuses. 

1 he Globe and Mail states in part 

It is no secret where Col Ralston stood 
on conscription in t *> I 4 18 It ii no secret 1 
where he *tood on compulsory service two 
vears ago Was he npt the Minuter who 
offered his resignation during the plebiscite , 
crisis in the Government* It was not then i 
loo late to right a wrong which tenfay the 



® "hot the record, it is well again to set facts 
against fictions I he Minister's explanation 
of recruiting activity is that wc want, to 
protect the position six months from now, 
and I am not content to rely on protecting 
that position by using draftees if wc can 
reinforce our army with volunteers.' Would 
it not have been more honest to have said: 
Protect the political position a month or six 
months from now. Mr. Godbout must be 
helped to win Quebec. Mr. King must 
secure rc election with the support of 
Quebec.*' 

I here ii not a single -word in the Min- 
ister s statement to justify continuation of 
the present tug-of-war in manpower. The 
army is dragging men from industry, and 
Selective Service, pressed by industry and 
“our war production commitments, is drag-' 
gmg men from the army. When, faced with 
this situation Colonel Ralston savs rccruiU- 
| are n cicssary he is actually saying conscription 
is necessary He can t have it both way*. 

If the recruiting sysfem were functioning 
as he savs it is. there is no excuse for continu- 
ation of the draft. The fact is there can be 
no recruiting without the draft. It is the 
'pressure' which follows the military call- 
ups which produces the 'recruits ' Wc have 
the Minister s own word for that in his boast 
of 2,'iOO to T000 volunteers, from the 
hornr army during June We arc raising our 
reinforcements by a dishonest system of con- 
scription because political commitments do 
not allow for an honest one" 

Regulation* IN ceded 

I he recent experiences of a British Co- 
lumbia gliding and soaring organization in 
attempting to secure inspection of and per- 
mission to fly a new glider which it is 
anxious to turn to account in the training 
of air cadets points to a sad lack of arrange- 
ments m ( anada for dealing with gliders. 

I he organization has been referred from 
pillar to post in its search for the necessary 
licence and authority, and rests at the mo- 
ment under consent which states that u can 
use the glider so long as it is not flowji*yf1iat, 
of course, is nonsense. 

I he I ransport Board of Canada. with 
temporary charge over civilian aviation, in- 
cluding glider and soaring, docs not seem to 
have any regulations at all dealing with 
motorlcss flight If regulations have been 
drafted the Board's officers do not seem 
willing to apply them. "I bus it comes about 
that a glider built expressly for flight, will 
be licensed to stay on the ground- which 
should not require much licensing — but not 
to fulfill its true function and fly. It is the 
same thing with glider airfields and with 
glider instructors No one at Ottawa seems 
to know iust what should be done The 
result is not much of jnything is being done, 
except the fabrication of red tape and un- 
necessary delays all round. 

f his position is the more surprising be- 
cause (here arj several recognized and estab- 
lished glider clubs in Canada In the f ast 
some of thrse organizations have been very 
successful, and have trained a considerable 
number of young people in motorless flight, 
which, ,is a long first step towards power 
flight Here in the West more than one or- 
ganization is ready to follow suit, partic- 
ularly with reference to the air tader move- 
ment It is a pity that delay and obstruc- 
tion should be encountered in such a place, 
(.anada owes it to those willing and pro- 
gressive rnough to pioneer glider training to 
facilitate and not impede that work 

Situ in l*a**ing 

I he Western Recorder, a pioneer work of 
its kind on the Pacific ([oast, celebrated nt 
forty-fifth anniversary with a fine special 
edition in its June issue. Rev .J P. Hickv. its 
editor, has hern connected with the religious 
publication during its whole existence. The 
uniformly high standard ol the publication, 
and the influence lor good it has been among 
British (.'olumbia communities m all of that 
time, are a tribute to the fine abilities of the 
man who has worked so faithfully to achieve 
that result anil to those who have been 
associated with him *1 he Daily Colonist | 
^Cities sincerely to express the time-honored 
wish of: Many Happy Returns. ’ > 



iVAimooi«, hi, uTe Red Indian 
Squadron tackled more than HO 



dictators, we who are left at home. 



M El 00's, shot down nine, damaged “ nd » re 10 * D >°y « l!Ls - 

one, and scored a probable in a single moM careful to watch 

acUon northeast of Caen. pver * * cl or regulation tending to 

-High scoring honors to FO 'T' 

J. N. Sanford. Hamilton Out .tv, * n * )l <h»ri*»U«n may b. In 



J. N Banford. Hamilton. Ont who “ 

killed three. Fit, Lieut. J. N. Patrr- ! n ‘“’T 1 

son. Ottawa, and FO. w Warfield : * n,U ° » wh, f ' * h ' 

New York, each scored twice, while ► h “ ! " mlr ' l! ' y lMt * K 



Pit. Lieut. W N. Stranath. Montreal. 
| and F.O. w p cook. Clinton, Ont , 
nailed one each. The damaged kite 
went to Fit. Lieut. C. D. Grant. Con- 
won. Oni„ and Fit. Lieut McElroy 
chalked up the probable. 

"The squadron wa* moving at 



of frredom 

No objection is or should be made 
to wartime measure*, although In 
England even these, according IQ 
recent report are to be subject to 
1 careful .watching. 

What we are most concerned with 
I 1* the number and scope of the 



7 ' h ' MOUhlBilllH k»d W <« up 

schmltt foroMOont (lying directly to- i by nrtPr [0ulfU nr ,. g „|,, lv . 
w.rd. them The Spit* broke Into bodlfe r.rh on. of which Is pro- 
the fnrm.uon TItk lading ME v ,„, d , llh po „ r pra * cu „on ,„d 
sheered to port with , Spit on his L , ^tended In come w.y to curb Ihf 
• I. Bah ford joined the .tuck on , nKm , p ^ plf . 4r M up 



this aircraft, went atralght hi to five 
him a burst from 150 yards 01^. .He 
h»a* strikes on the engine and front 
of the aircraft before It spun to earCli 
in flames. 

"Breaking to starboard Banford 
spotted another 109 below. He at- 
| lacked from a 30-degree angle, sent 
in a long bum and saw strikes on 
the wing and cowling. The aircraft 
burst into flames. 

While Banford was sLUi In his 
dive another ME cut across his pith. 
The Spit closed In. followed the Ger- 
man down, pouring the remaining 
ammunition into him. Jerry belclted 



a favored class to the detriment of 
i thr majority. 

Moat of us are more or less famil- 
iar at len.st by name, with the vari- 
ous marketing boards- and commis- 
sions, etc . not forgejUng the Game 
Commission, which is the cause of i 
so mucWTTbuble to many 
Thh. commission gets Its-punltlve 
powers from the Game Act. an act 
which has been amended so often, 
and In such opposite directions, that 
. no ordinary citizen can make head 
nor tall or it. 



THE UNITED NATIONS PUSH OF ,944 « 

THEN AND NOW 



recreational leadership amongst cit- 
ies which submitted full details lot 



The act was presumably intended j pubTbhecT in Recreation 



smote and went Into hia dive. The * P ^® ierU f w Ul ? t**™* 0l , ^ . pr0 '" June. 1843. »»., as follows Average 



From Europe 

C ontinued from Page I 



i me hit tfie'deck rrv patted *t w time when tona cxcgjKtilL 3-7 tcnLi. Army there ha* t»**n releaeed I«m on irrtmtT ana fourth 

"Fit. Lieut. Paterson watched bolhl tl,P P rov,ncf WM t l ullc popu- f ersge foi-nine leading cities lit Ore- ft^sh operations No expiry date i 

his victims crash in flames He l4!rd slnrp th * r ‘ numerous quite Ron and Washington si' 13 0 cents. ... Sugar— Nos 14 to 39 tE 

—<* ««*. « .1- «ln« roof .no Victoria, 5 cent This Midi' on the Normandy front, Rom- 30 ,r ' 17 lBof,k fl * r 

cockpit of the Aral ME and hK the u . p p - '* c ®* npe,unf w * <l * on i«»»t thr amage Canadian city mf i . armored ‘forces hare gamed c 0 * 1 !*** ri to H0 Book 



incc from the slaughter of the hunt- for ,’ s j e giilng Canadian cities i Vic- . UcU>tj cwn J** <,le * nd lhr Ru "‘ w ' 



v Army there ha* been releae-ed lot 

in Ore- frVsh operations 
0 cents. — • • • 



t olid Ration Coupons 

Te*_ or Coffee— -bpaiea El to BB. 

No* 14 to :*9 iBook Jr; Nor. io to .16 
iBook 4* iCoupuna become valid 
on s rrond ana fourth Tlrandifi 
Nn expiry date > 

Sugar— Nos 14 to 38 iBook 3i, No#. 
.10 to 37 iBook 4> canning sugar 



engine of the second. 



of the Game Board have become . spe . n(lft Un , r * whnt Vlclorta nothing by their recent counter- 1 P lr * d * ,c 



To close with the enemy. FO. ,,m ' P r ' rr '"* effect, if not in , or leadership m supervised attacks Steady Allied prrwuie con - 



Stranath had to climb into the Gcx- u , 

man form.upnz. Jic picked out \ %”*** ‘ nto ‘ urro ^, ire, t * 
109. fired a short burst at 'long range I ™ ^ n °^ r 60 ****** 

The ME went into dive Stranath! drnU h * d nof b ' < ‘ n df * rtved by 



nntnr. and from which game playgrounds for children The city tinu .% to drive them slowly hack Nrvs - 
spreads Into surromidlng areas on|y spfJlt >600 , n the pati two Before Cam rau be used as an Allied d « ! «' 



Preserve*— Nos 1 to 16 <Book 31, 
Nn*. 17 to 24 >Biok 4', No expiry 



This would not be so bad If the rcsi- year* for this work, and for many mvs. im port, the Nana must be 



Butter— No.* M to 69. < Coupons 
become valid In pairs every iwo 



The ME went into dive Stranath I . , 1 ... V P re '' l0 «« nothing at all ha^> thrown out of the suburb Vatic* Ilea Wcnnif '*hd in pairs fiery 

followed him. closed lo short range nct nf t,ie,r n * l “ ra * rlRh{ ,0 P rn,r: ' been vjient Private contrlbutioiii, mi u\ other side of the River Ome, Nos 70 and 71 on July 20 

and saw strikes. The Jerry kite 'heir own property ns they see fit. ln C a*h during the p*;i two ycaie .^y* Tlie Times’ correspondent in 

turned on its back and shor lo the t 1 h a * permit system tn force practically equalled what the city Rormandv .... . ... 

ground from 3.000 feet but It applies only to fanners, and ,p, n t. 1Vt ft h.-i. * I MV* tit f ICtorU I 



turned on Its back and shor lo thr 
ground from 2.000 feet 
Tough brea 1 * of the bill lie went 
to FO. Grant He got strikes on a 
Natl, who broke formation and 
headed inland. Grant look up the 
chase, but hla cannon jammed He 
continued (he fight for 2) miles at 
ground level, trying lo finish off the 



Is of no benefit to small holders of 
land, or Victory gardeners— they 



-nciicaity equalled what the ctly yjormandv 

"Deep, winding lanes and high 
Surely it Is time this city turned bunk.*, such as are also characteristic 
er a new leaf ln regard lo so- nt Sou‘**ern England, hold up tank 
nl service, -the problems of ju- operations, to the German? err able 



Titles at I ictoria 

jm y — *■ 



simply don’t count, although they ' " " " "* * * 

. ff h m ., hn . , cl *l service, -the problems of ju- operations, to thr German? arr able 

recommended bv the ram#* Board VrfUlP delinquency and wiprrvi«ed to tlglu from hedge to hedge and 

. I The City Council re- ditch to ditch The enemv Is dug 

Under the permit system a firm* r „ , „„„ lr .„, _ 



er If he can convince the warden 



cmlly. with only one lone protest- j out of hi* fox-hole* with bayonet 
ing vote, sold an acre of very Milt- The orchards aie full of machtne- 



Naxl with machine gun.' He broke I 1 nt |' i crops arf beinir damaged. ! , fcnd p r ,. vtmw j v „. M . rv ed for gun nests. 



off the engagement when his am- n ‘" y ^ ttlvrn * P frmlt f0 shoot i n p^yground In Janies Bay on the • ■ 

munition waa spent " pin'll *anu aci uallydolng damage , ltn(lpr!iUl><jlni{ i hil „ rca Dealing rlih ^ 

I. e r certain condltior* he may be i ,. ould ^ substituted for u play- Time* editorially 
/\| • allowed lo set a trap but In any r.,e Rround unU1 aUrh „ mf u „ th , Vlr . ^ rrrf 

1 IbiSPI'V ^t imi I 7 ' rridC I ln wrl hg IO i ia School Board used it to build contributing to 

I Mil It'll of number and sex of game shot. > . rentrallv i<h n ,.hu r- * 

nnH i ft rn u cen tra 1 ly - Joe a ted public France m a mann 

^ Bv GB n , ir dLpavd ’ lb ,n school. Then there will be no chll- high prause. TT.e 

(or '*' m * T’ pl»>«ruu„€l Jumr. B„ " 



Allied Nations propa-e to meet, in 



underjitandlng that another area Dealing r.llh Attlee a future The 
could be substituted for u play- T, n ie* editorially says the French 
ground until such time us the Vic- serret resistance movements are 



>n , 1 " •' ‘ centrally. located public France in a manner that has evoked 

fd how he dL po*ed at them school. Then there will be no chll- i hl*h praise. T7.e resource? of the 

‘red' ‘hf, playground in James Bay. whole French overseas Empire have 

the locil rationn-B hnird f e t' ftnd ““ P^MbUlty of obtaining or.e been devoted to the common rau: e 
the local rationing tmard truget per- i ,.,.,,,.-11.. m ihk m«.f — 

mlV'lon to buy .mmunllion Hore 7 Thr FW '" ch P " ,VU ' ,0,U “ ° ov "“- 

. ... A,. ...... .... l> -populated n JQMttlal aiea In _, nl tlL ..n 



B.v that time the city may ' he will meet l’lv old friend the war- 



The French Provisional Oovrni- 
mnt contains repre?=<'ntaMve* of nil 



Broad Street 



an rffk'al of "u' t , Ihe *\* Xrn £ til ,>> * t Brft ’ shades of political opinion and the u 
. . . ton Hill Park will sum re i* n..t sat- t. , J* 



tumn, Winter and Spring I* live sees fit give him a permit to buy 
only weather forecast one can de- ' ammunition 



have disappeared Broad Sired d-n. now acting a.* an Official of . con Park u , n gumrc b IM „ , At . 
Bertie complains that Summer Au- , the rationing board who will. If he factory since H has been proven 
tumn, Winter and Spring I* live sees fit give him * permit to buy p| >VRrfgUWh do llQf tnfPr VPr . 

only weather forecast one can de- ammunition mtich chlldrc|l beyonri a half-mile 

pend upon . .*. Fault l« one Report-, from this *anie official. t . lrclc from the p j RyKround The 

thing that most persons are good at we may presume, cuided the Game AUKgrMJon nt Ml ^ H warren 
finding ... An alert historian Board when If wa* forming Uie , ^ks 5 up» nntendeni advLiiig il . 

dh covered Mir flr»t corncob pipe f'uulaflnn? referred in by the At- j f reaUon of dlMrlrt ,, ur J. 

was made m 18fi» at the rarpenter ; tornev-General in a letter to the doublwlly „ , plendld , (1(1 woMh . 



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Report-, from this same official, 
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discovered Mir first corncob pipe regulation* rrferrrd in by the At- f rpa ,ton 'r)f < 
was made m 1869 at the rarpenter I tornev-General in a letter tn the doubled I y a 
"hop of Henry Tibbr, Washington. 1 Property Owner. Protection Asso- wh ,„. 1( .’ 



1 "hop of Henn Ttbbe, Washington. , Property Owner. Protection Asso- wh ,„. 1( ., . 

Missouri . , Nazi advertising in 1 elation of Duncan, where he slaes ' 

Finnish newspapers urging Finns to that "In certain port* of Mil* prov- I nny '°“ttnd* of dnliar? nf un- 
llsten to German broadcasts brought luce there arises n condition which !\ mUn * ;' raUU ' cxprn ^ LiMl be EVold * 
the following comment from one make* it adihable that farmer* be f y**™ •'V judictou? ex- 

journal "In some countries listen- permitted to shoot phra.vanLa wlUi- ! f ,rn ' 1 ur< * direct l\c organization 

big to foreign broadrast* is absolute. | out a licence These dUtrlctk are! ' ,T ! ouf 1 ' >da . s A rea>jn- 

able amount of then school holiday 



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ly forbidden for fear of the rflect de.Mgnated by regulation;- of lhr J* r a,n, ''j r '' nf Il , ‘" 104,1 l»" 1 td»y 

of propaganda. Secret listenlnc/i* I flame Board A% nosurh regulation 1 ir " P " 1 d t,r l' M 'fi*»b | y ^P**nt in vn- 

punishable by imprisonment and has been passed lh reference to >our < ‘ #nd <u fwr ** ‘•ubje. t* and 

even de^liv. in Finland wr can 11* part of the province, a permit i* physica! and menm: w»llnre guid- 

ten to anv propaganda On the «till necesxarv ** I . II! ! ' 1 ? qU ''. inrt ‘ r „ 

whole thr FUinl*h people apne« r to Whatever the rights of all this . ‘J , ' I *“‘ u ' roun,J 8u ‘ * 

1 short -MuiUed fi uca lit v on the pait | 

of the power* that be », Uidicated 



even dentil. In Finland we can Us 1 part of the province, a permit t« 
ten to anv propaganda On the «M11 nrce?wir> ** 
whole the Finnish people appear to Whatever the rights of all this 
be Intellectually sound and can may be. the. fact remains that wr are 
think with their own brain? Temp- squarely under the thumb of the 
t a’ ion* have Just as little effect as Game Board, and have been dr- 
ill rear* " ThI? was followed by 1 prlved of thr tight to protect our 



Quoting thr Netherlands Foreign 
MlnUtrr. The limes say* Britain 
must be the base of au power, with Tn 
Canada and other British Dominion; 
as the arsenal* and a vaat reservoir '**ii 
of flghllng power. Hie Netherland? 
Belgiu*- and France must be the r ' 4 '* 
bridgeheads 

Whatever may be France* mil-, J * 
I'ary strength after the war whole- * 



Sunrise anil Sunset 

JULY 



n C Inr i n* 
lima l 

r;*» •/( 

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< in * r* 



bv Mie above-mentioned sLatUtlcs i hearted co-operation with Britain L - 
L* illffi.-ull to reconcile, pattyulnrlv «v'* ,, M«l. For the French people the 



another Nazi advertisement stating own property a* we wr fit 
Why do you avoid listening to PROPERTY OWNERS' PROTEC - 
matters which pur/le or upset you? TION ASSOCIATION* 

Two world* are right ifiic each other Per William H Mahon. Hon SecN^- 

W'hy do you lb.ten to one and pre- | tary -Treasurer. Duncan. Bp. July 

tend that the other la non-exuten»? j 6 1944 

Listen also to the voice of Germany 

and think over what we tan tell A COMPARISON 

vou. German stations bring you sir —Recently two ladle? from 

Beethoven. Doth and Mozart Butr^-pnrt Aygele*, Wash, who are ker.i- 

we also brine vou less pleasant mat- i v interested in supervised Summer 



( by one deeply interested and alive 
to the many problem* of our rhll- 
I dren and young people of today 

PERCY E GEORGE. 



ta rt-Treasurer. Duncan. Bp . July 718 Pandora Avenue. Victoria, B C, 



we brine vou less pleasant mat- jy interested In aupervU#d Summer ; w^rr *onty 
ters which demand reflection" . playground*, visited m«‘ seeking in- 1 Kaunas, la/t »n 

Tlie population of Seattle u evt I- formation gained in the operailnn I tV enue* to Ea? 

mated at 480 000 compared with ' of such playgrounds in thU city A> { rcffinn mid nun 

16X59,1 in 1910 . They wty an chairman for the past Two year* ' fank , , n Ktre . t 

isolationist dislikes travel n make,* of our aupekvlsed playground com- ' through a tbtr 



Russian l)rirc 

( nntinued from Page 1» 
aiea were *onty 12 miles e*.-.! ol 
Kaunas, last bn-ljon prntecring the 
avenue?, to E-im Pruvin In that 



question v ' be whether BrlUln will 
r* .r her mllltaD political coneep- 
ilona so that she will take the most 
r ve jiart in European affair* and 
Mm* help prevent another war 

i I • d 

Wideaprrad dlsaatuifacMon ha* 
been disclosed in the House of Com- 
mon* over the Oovernmenl's Town 
and Country Planning Rill Tlie bulk 
of the Ijtbor Party refused to vote 





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•Die bulk LETHBRIDGE Alta July 11 'Gb. 
r| to vote — Nominal ion ol two rnorp randl- 
give ad- dates in S«(uthun Aliy rla In the 



equate power* either for taking over Aiignai 8 provincial general el nr I ion 



laolatlonizt dislike? travel jr make.* 
him feel "global-lonelv M 



\<l<lrr«4H to the [ nco (suiiJ 

ff’i't’ u ha arr sac auttt -y<>ur*rl. 

Sac pipits and sac holy, 

) C vr nought to do hut math and rrll 
l our ncchours louts and lolly 
base htc tt It he a uetl-oaun mill, 

* Supplied u t store o water 

7 he bra pet happier' •> ebbing still, 

Vi ytifl .the t lap plays clatter' . , , 

J hers acnllu scan your brother "tan. 

\till acntlcr sister woman: 

J ho they mad t/aha a hennm wrong, 

I o step aside is human - 
One pmnl n’uit still he yrcarly dark 
I he moi'tnQ why they do it 
And rust as lamely i an yc nw^ 

•How far perhaps they rue it. 

W ho made the heart, 'its He alone 
Dtii.Jedly.ian try us 
He knows eath i hoid id ivrtous tone 
i.Oih sprinp its i an out- bias 
I hen at the balanxc let » he mute 
U t never tan udiuxt ti- 
H hat * done we partly njay compute, 
But know not u hat i resisted 

-^Bl RNS. 



BOV DROUNkf) 

CALGARY. July -P ■W P * — traced v 
"truck Mr* Robert Chapman. Cal- 
gary. within 74- hour? of kcceplihg 
a position a* housekeeper on a farm 
nnrr river r*nf oletcheu. . Hhan her 
two-ard-a-half-vear-old son. Brian 
Willjam. w*.-. drowned Ip an tmga- 
tlon ditch clow to the farm house 
Mr« Chapman whose husband l.v 
1 a corporal in the arm\ at Medicine 
Hat, left Calgary Monday to b4*cnme 
housekeeper on the farm of Andrew 
and Ernest Johnson , • 



rnl! tee under the sponsorship of the 
Victoria Council of Social Agencies. 

I was in a position to provide our 
Port Angelev visitor* with some In- 
formative fact* *n*ey hv turn to- 
lonncd me. tn brief, of their plans, 
and I was indeed surprised to learn 
that the sum of *4400- hn.* been al- 
located to the city of Port Ahgele? 
for it? vyprnised playground actlv- , 
Hie* this. Rummer Till* startltr.g 
fau. caused me to seek ou» Infoc*- 



tank; In strength had broket) 
through a ibtn German security 
line" west of Baranowtrze m prewar 
Poland on the road to Bre r-M»o v»k 



• » Soviet planning Brl'lsh towns a* they ought 



to *• planned. 

TTie Times point* nvil »ha* the al- 
ternative*; to the bill in It* present 



w. is announced tonight 
vidson fit* been n^ent 
dependent candidate/-)* 
Atltuency, and .1 a in 
ML A he- hern cMom 



er Unproved form are either the de- , Mie M»Heort *»ujiitu« i 



German Uoop* are withdrawing fl j the -Government nr n stand- Burial Credit party. 



along lh* border nf Nazi-ruled Pn- 
land The flerman announcer con- 
ceded 

Another German bioadeasl. *e«-k- 
lr.g *o brighter, the pervading Ber- 
lin glor,m. *aid^evrn»l armored din 
sloru had been brought up ffom the 
rear and toon vfiould be meeting 



still in planning T he Time* plead 
that a* * e MU j* a com promise, the PIN SHORTAGE 
best plan I* to wefc ra amend It con- Ordinary strnlg 
•true Lively the Marreat arilek 



Edwin Da- 
ik»cd *.' In- 
Taber con- 
Hartley, 
i to contest 
rv for (Tie 



e in Holland today. 



doing along thi? llneTjf child we I- On no an 
fare which resulted In the follow- 1 abandon tj 
inr findings tnnla Latvt 

Tlie p tlL capita expenditure for dared 
— ■ ■ . The r.cwe 



•'On no account will tfi» ( 
abaiidriti the Baltic State* 
tonla Latvia an<f Lithuania 



TW f EXTY.FIVE YEARS AGO 

• rrnm T rtt D«u r Co,or,.»i et Julr 14 1*11 

Drdock-An englreer* from the Public Work- Department at 
Ottawa l* leaving immediately for E/qillmalt, where he is to take 
the boring* preliminary to the construction of the world* greatest 
drydock »* Lang a cove 

FIFTY YEARS At A) 

rrom Th» Pei<Nt-«> of Jm|, it m« 

The Cih— Owing *o the dangerous manper In which qfw»bo%« 
jump on and off ear>. the tramway .company have jwueo order* 
ihar as future newwboss will not be permitted to board to* e;ectnr 
*iree» ear* 

SEYJZ'STY-FIVE > EARS AGO 



The newe>t Mireat-of total tlt-**ter 
to fall upon Mie German* war the 
rJTeriSlve b> Dell Andrei I Yere- 
menko agati t La’Mli HU hreak- 
throiiffh was reported expai.ded tTtu 
momffig to more than 26 mile* deep 
•rid 10ft m. ew'wide after two day* 
of fighting Hia force* were moving 



down 


the mam 


Vellkle Luki-Rlga 


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So. 


At] of 


"Tron’ the rtrr 


Baltic 


Armv nf C 


ion Ivan C Bag- 


ramia 


n flung nCt 


a left hook ]e«* 


> har. 


•ever, miles 


from the middle 


Latin 


in border 





According lo Culbertson 

<In today* deal Mouth took what of /.padf«% It 
looked like an unneres^ary and Use. courte. lor de* i 
lev flne**c but aetuallj it ww any- a re sir, re h« < ., 
thing bifi the* sfcond ipai 

South, dealer looking far 

Both aide* vulnerable ’ 

up hi? cor 

-NORTH _ atrTpte-d til 

A h ^ fender in w 

Y * K 

• 9 B 6 1 other dlani 

- * J 1»> 9 6 6 Bou h no t 

WERT EAST t unity for 

» K ij I 1 a. I 76* while he i 



*»f /padfw> I? wa tempting of 
course, for declarer »o reach for the 
ace an, re he < ii/.iiy could du-card in* 
second ijinde on Uie h* urt king, but 
looking far an* ad der InreZ >■» Must 



H'M 8 Zealous - A private lester reerrred 
the »rriv wl at Payta Peru of H M e Zealou 
The Zealous left Ran FrareUico on the 2dth A| 
pany were all well at date of writing 



Mr TOOT A/Wcvinre? 

or *he 39' h Mav 
rll The ship a rom- 



Thi? army th; 

important city of Da 
encirclement 

Be ord Wlino Mvc 
•aid P v.tan armor 
down through LthU 



ROCTH 
4 10 2 

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•onklhg far de' Inrer 1 >a* that 

fc0l( . M-u would hr tantamount u, giving 

up hi* contract Even though tie 
— 1 atrlpje'd (lie hami and threw «* de- 

fender in viilt> a *u imuiid and- even 
■ - if m*t 4»feat|er did no* have an- 
other diamond To • • it would do 

" * ® Bouth no good to get tlie oppor- 

EAST t unity for one diamond discard 

A .1 7 8 * while he wx ruffing in the o*J»er 

Y Q M 4 ) J hand ' he /.till would have tq c on- 
♦ K J 

a 5 • Tha( point e. tabu. ned. d*r|arer 

"H pur|»#fum Hnexsed t|ye -penlug 

lead Wlien ti.e spade qi^en he.d t»e 
dre» the out et ending ir jmp^r**i r*f 
7 5 'he top spade and the heart*, du- 

q - 4 7 carding a dlamctrul from hi* own 

hand, 'hen led the a*-e and a low 



I widen, 

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diamond E*?* tliiBVli or, je*d. h»d 
so return a »iwdf 'ir % heart There- 


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FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE 



vemm 



WE ARE EMPTY, BROKEN 
...THE PITIFUL REMAINS 
OF THE HAH SCOURGE' 

... 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., FRIDAY. 1U.V 14. 1044 



C.C.F. Oiairman Says Party 
Slated to Govern Canada 



C CP, *nd it* Intelligently radical 
programme make it |he only party 
capable nf bringing political salva- 
tion to the Canadian people-” 



Three British 
V essels lost 



Young Commander 



S STARTS TODAY For 3 Day 



jovern 



STIRRING! UNFORGETTABLE! 

DRAMA THAT LIVES THROUGH TODAY AND PLANS 
AN t N PREDICT ABLE TOMORROW! 

White Collar MM ■ M^** 



LONDON. July 15 >.r> -Six British 
and American deatroyera were loat 
in landing operations in France, the 
Admiralty and the United Slate* 
Navy Department announced to- 
night. 

Three British destroyers an- 
nounced loat by the Admiralty were 
the Boadirea. Swift and 8venner 
The British also announced the loss 



REGINA July 13 KP> Professor 
Frtnlt Scott, of Montreal, national 
chairman of the C.C.F. aald at a 
public meeting here tonight that the 
Federal general election U coining 
••soon" and the CC.F i* determined 



to become .tlie Government of 
» Canada. Wr shall place at least 
225 candidates m the field 
Addressing the meeting held In 
conjunction with the ninth annual 
convention of the Saskatchewan 
flection CC.F. Mr Scott, professor 
of constitutional law at McGill Uni- 
versity. urged Canadians to trans- 



Vewierday , 
Blue Denim 
Girl Today! 



and Lawford. the trawler Lord 
' Austin anJ the auxiliary Minster. 

Total naval losses announced were 
15 vessels, seven American and eight 
I British. Several thousand ships 
were involved in the landings. 

The former Grace liner Santa 
Clara, renamed the mt tvs port Susan 
B Anthony, also was lost by Ameri- 
can naval forces along with the 
minesweeper Tide, the destroyer 
escort Rich and the fleet tug 
Partridge, 

The American destroyers were the 
Corry and Olennon. built in the 
J 940 -41 programme, and the Mere- 
dith President Roosevelt announced 
soon after the landings that two 
destroyers had been lost. He did 
not name them. 

Commanders of the British ves- 
sels lost in action were 

Boadicea— Lt -Cmdr F W Haw 
kins. R N 

Swift— Lt -Cmdr J R Gower. R N 

The Svenner was a Norwegian 
ship and thi comxuand«f w«* not 
named 

Mourne — Lt -Cmdr. R F Hol- 
land. R N R. 

Black w ood-Lt -Cmdr L T, Sly 
R N R 

Law-ford- Lieut N c Morns. R N 

Lord Auistui— Lieut K S T Rob- 
inson. R N V.R 

Minster 



late today, 



system, into a co-operative society 
dedicated to the service of the com- 
mon man" by electing a CC-F- 
administration. 

Mr Scott said "The armed forces 
of the United Nations, and our own 
men and women oversea*, are near- 
llng the hour of final victory and we 
must prepare a country for the post- 
war world. - 

"Whether our vision of a new and 
better system becomes a reality de- 
pends on the wriy we use the vtc- 
toff he said - If we return to 
the old order we arr loat. 

"If we courageously move on to the 
new, we can win the peace, and turn 
all the sacrifice and suffering to cre- 
ation and achievement TTte C C F 
is dedicated to thl* great task. 

"The democratic atructure"t»T the 



Mrs Strum, defeated C.CJ? candi- 
date In Cannington constituency in 
the recent provincial general elec- 
tion. was elected president of the 
Saskatchewan Section, succeeding 
Provincial .Treasurer C M. Fines, 
who held office three yean. 

Mrs Strum was defeated by the 
then Premier. Hon. W j Patterson, 
by a majority of six votea. 

Election of a vice-president will 
take place at another closed session 
tomorrow. It was stated 
When election of officers 



LIEL'T.-C’MDR. A. G. S. “TONY” 
GRIFFIN. RC.N.VR. 

Of Hamilton and Toronto, who 
has recently been promoted to the 
rank of acting commander, and hE 
32 is one of the youngest of this 
He was the 



came 

I before the convention. Bert Mans- 
field, of Prince Albert constituency, 
moved that it was private business 
and requested the press to leave 
When Die motion received approval 
of many delegates. Chairman John 
Wellbelove, ML A, for Kerrobtrr- 
Kindersley, asked the praag to retue 
Open sessions will continue, how- 
ever until election of the vice- 
president. , 

Earlier Mr Wellbelove advised 
the convention that when nrltair 
buaincM w&» to be dlscu.v.e<j the 
press should be avked in ictMe 
Yesterday several delegates had 
declared Co-operatives MUiU'el L P 
Mclntoah had not been a member 
of the party six mnniha prior to 
nomination a* required by the con-. 



rank in the RCN 
first volunteer reserve to captain a 
corvette and served in the North 
Atlantic convoy routes during the 
Winters of !94!-42. 



W.th RUTH HUSSEY 

rAiaina totUNOt 

I IM IMRHI ll. • 



ROBERT RYAN 



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OTTAWA, July 13 lC« -Prl 



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[oners of war In a German prison 
camp had been noted and Inquiries 
were being made. 

He wa: answering Gordon Gray- 
don Progressive Conservative House 
Leader, who read from n dispatch 
to The Toronto Globe and Mall, 
xigned by Ralph Allen, which said 
that an escaped French prisoner 
had reported that two Canadian and 
several American prisoners of war 
had been shot in -Uu ir beds by 
German guards when they refused 



SON.M 

HEME 



STORE? 



Acting Lf -Cmdr. W 



'COMMUNITY SINT 



Jackson, R.N R 



PttkjfM that all dependv on «het one 
it motl mleretfed in Bur «e know 
iKjI for ihoNvandt of Viet orient die 
am»tr woula be rKe old etreblithed 
Diggon Hibben Store trerfed • »•» 



SHOOT I P NAZIS 

LONDON July 13 <CP' —Canadian 
Typhoon squadrons shot up German 



two - piece 



OTTAWA J' 



and Trnrtot and attacked a 



Headquarters announced 



berk in rh< *«ry earlievt ditt of 



models in seersucker 



Victons'i history end still MAKING 
Vic tone History And if you ben 
tale to accept Hut verdict wr ven- 
ture to think that you might come to 
the time conclusion if *nu took « 
stroll eround the ten floors of 0t- 
pley. Storegc, Manufacturing, Fnnt- 
rnq, Shipping end Office Work You 
didn't know 1he*e were ten floors it 
DiggcnV Well, there ire so roiny 
surprising things not grnerilly known 
• bout Oiggon's thu we invite *ou to 
tike i tour tome diy — jny dev 



factory in raldii thla evening behind 
the «nem\ .• Normandy lines Fit 3 TO 1 ON Ht 
Lt. Jack Beirnes. of Toflcld. Alta . QJ , LO( ,j£ 
led a 'llight from the squadron c0mmL.1K.hrr 
a Jong line of camouflaged d#y offcred , f 
truck* These were spotted by Fit Roosrsrtl - re- 
M Donald Banting, nf Fort .San. [ on Governor ' 
Stuk. who saw the bombs land wln carroli sa 
among them . 



award of the Dlxtingulahrd Service 
I Order to two RCAF officers, one 
o' whotn ha* since been reported 
I missing, and award of the Dis- 
tinguished Flying Crows to two other 
R.C.AJ-’ flyers, one of whom has 
since been rrported killed in action 

The awards; 

D.S.O. 

Sqdn Ldr G Bennett. D F C , 
396 Home Street. Winnipeg 1 re- 
ported m lasing May 25 1, 

Sqdn Ldr R B Ingalls DFC. 
Danville. Que. 

D.F.C. 

FO H F Grlmble 3«6€ 35th Av- 
enue West Vancouver 'reported 
killed June 8- 

WO. L). H Balmrr. box ?94 
Courtenav, RC 

Bennett was cited for an "un- 
conquerable spirit of dflri imnation 
and contempt for danger." and 
Ingall*. a navigator, for *ett.na an 
example that impressed all" in 



prints, stripes and 
dots. Reduced to 



TODAY! 



20c !•« 



2 Be 



LONDON Jul 



One of 
ever to conic 
from Nan Germany declared tonight 
that "terror grips the hearts of 
manv of our people ' and that "Ger- 
many ‘a fight for life and drain lx 



ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL— FROM B to 80! 



3NDON, July 13 *CP-ReuterM 
eiich Force* ol l)ie Interior have 
Uie underground cable linking 
and Berlin at a point some 
mcr cast of Nancy, authoritative 
ich ’Source* said tonight *Thr*e 
ces said it will take at last a 



TO Bfc CANDIDATE 

RED VEER. Alta . July 13 <CP» — 
David C. Dindell tonight wax nom- 
inated CC.F. candidate for Red 
Deer roiuliluency in the August 8 
Alberta general election Mr Datl- 
dell u a Red Deer High School 



DIGGON’S 



' The -broadcast. ns heard bv Tlir 
London Evening News, warned: 
"Before the peril tan reach the 
heart of our beloved country, we 
will turn tills tontinrnl into a mael- 
sunm or. destruction where only one 
cry u heard — the cry for blood " 

Tlte utteraikCes from the enemy's 
‘military radio said further 

"All now is at stake The Rue- 
inn flood is surging against our 
egetem frontier and threaten* to 
spill over our holy German l»nd 
No wonder terror grip* the heart 
of many of our people We *oldlery 
know this terror, for we have ex- 
perienced it a thousand nights But 
we are determined to keep It from 
our loved ones at home 

Tlilfi holy war must now become 
a t rally total war Everyone capable 
nr drawing hreaUi for forgtr.g or 
using a weapon must now be In it 
We must have the very last man-" , 
Then ranir the threat to destroy 
Europe The broadcast concluded: 1 
"We will stand and hold fa*t till 
our hour strike* Let our enemies 
pot think that now that they stand 
before our frontiers, the task will be 



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a youn* wife who. when her hus- 
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Hussey. Kun. Hunter at 
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Dance on Thursday 

The lllh Detachment of Royal 
Canadian Qigineera Is »pon*-orinK a 
dance to be held at the C 174 UI Gar* 
den on July -0. when the funds will 
be presented to Uir W A. to R CE 
for the Oyrrxtr Comfort/. Fund, 
and. acriordlrtg to Mr* H L Sher- 
wood. president, will be put to im- 
mediate use. 



TAILORED TWEED 

Sports Jackets 



Strain, Mrs. W R Cumming Mra 
E M Graham, Mr and Mrs A F 
Spencer. Lieut -Col. F W. 8aunders 



The Social Department 
Telephone 1 j E9311 



I" Honored 



S«n*rtly *»> led *nd lull* lined Suet 
12 to 20. ^ 



Mr* George McNamara. Oak Bay 
Avenue, has gone to Vancouver to 
•pend a few days. 



Lt -Col. and Mrs Horace West- 
morland left Victoria on Wednes- 
day for Vancouver, en route to Para- 
dise Valley. B.C . where they will 
spend the remainder of the month. 



Mrs. Agnes Redgrave, Oakland. 
Calif, is visiting her father. Mr 
James Scott, 827 North Park Street. 



747 YATtS 



Lieut Raymond Jones Ls returning 
to thr Coast from Pembroke Ont.. 



Peoples 



Organizations 



NEW A*RiVA« 

Summer Whites 

FROM STYLE CENTRES 
OF AMERICA 



follow later, accom panted by Mrs 
Jones' parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. 
Christie, Vancouver. 



Lieut, and Mra O. S. Ruth well, 
Boundary Bay. , — 

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Dr and Mrs T H. Johns left on 
Thursday for a two- Weeks holiday 
in Seattle, Vancouver and the Arrow 
Lakes. 



V I. PRKMnTfcKV 

VI. Presbytery Y.P A executive 
meeting was held recently a* Bel- 
mont United Church and opened 
with a devotional by Mn» Jean 
Adams. Mr* Irene Bv ers presided 
Reports for Jiuie acre given by 
Miss Jean Adams and Harold Mur- 
phy. Future events for the second 
and fourth Tuesday* were outlined. 
Plans for thr V I Presbytery- Y P A. 
Fall railv ai Oak Bay United Church 
on the week-end of September 30 
were discussed A tea and musical 
programme will be held of Metro- 
politan Church on Wednesday. 
August 23. to establish a fund for 
traveling pxpensr.* Member* to this 
committee appointed were Miaa 
■Dorothy smith. Miss Jean Adams. 
Mt:-s Peggy pepper and Miss Jean 
'Pile meeting is arranged 
nt thr homr,of Mr* 
2648 Wark Street Clif- 
ford Batstone descrUiecl the new 
edition of the Programme Annual " 
Re\ W H Kehry attended the 



Mr. and Mrs. W Van Tela, who 
accompanied IIRH Princes* Jul- 
iana of The Netherlands to Victoria, 
have left Ottawa and gone to Cape 
Cod, Mam., where they will spend 
some time. 



Miss Anne Archibald. New West 
m Ulster Lv visiting Victoria until the 
week-end. and b> the guest of Mias 
M Olllman, 1046 View Street. 



MU N DAY’S 

1203 DOUGLAS STREET 



Pilot Officer Pat Cowley -Brown. 
RC.A F . well-known Canadian ar- 
tist. has returned to ln» duties in 
Ottawa after visiting his mother. 
Mr*. P C. Cowlej -Brown. Montelth 
Street. 



Mis* Eileen Sawyer, who ha* been 
making her home in »qulmalt for 
i hr |ia^t few years, will return to 
Haney, B C , tomorrow, where her 
wedding will 'ake place shortly. 



MRS. B. K SAVER 

Who ha* been signally honored 
by jhe British Sailors' Society in 
being elected a atatutory member 
of the society, according to word re- 
ceived from London. England, from 
Herbert Barker, special <ommt*.- 
sloner. "The board." write* Mr. 
Barker, “wishes to show its appre- 
ciation of the work carried on for 
so long by your 1 ladle* - ’ in connec- 
tion with Victoria 'Connaught* Sea- 
men* Institute "Membership con- 
tinues Mr. Barker. "Ls restricted by 
the constitution to 100 persons from 
all over the world, and at present 
the other members from Canada 
arc Mr Mackenzie King the Prime 
Minister, and Mr fl J FYame, of 
Toronto.” 



Leaving Victoria on Thursday to 
attend the dog show* at Vancouver, 
Wash , and Portland. Ore , were Mr*. 
G. C. Bloomfield, Mrs W. D Gard- 
ner. Edmonton; Mias Jean Veal*, 
her father. Mr Arthur Veals and 
Mr. Robert Cross 



Lieut O F w Hudson. R C.N R . 
and Mrs Hudson, formerly of Cran- 
more Road, are taking up residence 
on Saturday at Monica Court. 1923 
Esqulmalt Road 



m — Canadian Army Otrtirti P 

The Historic Sight* of Ancient Pompeii Provide Interesting Tour* for C.W.A.C/*, Wit: 

the Background. 



Splller 
for Ju! 
Irene B\ cry 



L!i'-s Marjorie Dickinson. Trail is 
‘tiding some lime visiting Van- 
jyer and Victoria , and while here 
I be the gukt of her brother and 
ler-ln-law 



Guests slaying at the Empress 
Hotel include Mr. and Mrs. G B 
Christensen. Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. 
M D McKain. North Bend; Mrs. 
D A McMillan niul Joan. Regina; 
Mr. and Mr*. S. N. Jackson and 
daughter, Saskatoon; Mr. and Mrs 
J. S McArthur. Montreal 



ENGLISH WOOLENS 

COATS'. . . SUITS . . 
DRESSES . . . GLOVES . 
PLAID SKIRTS AL 

WOOL SWEATERS 
1105 Government, at Fort 



the ream, presided *t the banquet 
and introduced the guests. 

Captain Power, director of the 
team, reviewed the history of the 
organization since 1038. and Intro- 
duced FlMfeie Hughe*, first president 
of the team. Gladys Cook, this 
year's president, was the only char- 
ter member now with the drill team, 
he *atd. 



Buy Furniture 
For Institute 



Drill learn Holds 
Annual Bam|uet 

The Victoria Girl*’ Drill Team 
was a valuable publicity medium and 
entitled to wholehearted support. 
Mayor Andrew McGavin told some 
300 guest* at the sixth anniversary 
banquet of the organization held at 
the Shrine Auditorium ia.n night 



Mr. -and Mr* A S Mlnnlon. 
Beach Drive, will have a* their 
guest.*, over the w eek- end Mr and 
Mr* John Denby, ATHerwood Manor. 
Washington. 



Mr* 11 A HI lick* and Mrs J C. 
Nimmo, Langford, were joint hoa- 
»r.‘*es at the tea hour at the latter - * 
home on Tuesday afternoon In honor 
of '.Mr*. R. M Hrggte, who Is -mov- 
ing to View Royal today. -Fourteen 



pended In purchasing furniture and 
new furnishings for the institute, it 
was reported at a meeting of Victoria 
( Connaught • Seamen's Institute 
held Thursday afternoon with Mr 



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Bob. are here from Alderwood 
Manor. Washington, arid are staying 
at the Angela Hotel for a week. 



Mr* H R unions, Vancouver, and 
Mrs F. Mackay. Calgary, have re- 
turned to thetr home* after a visit 
In the city as the guests of Mr. and 



Protect your tala* again*! Inlnrlli 



FYom Vancouver the following 



Iron germ laden dual or dyo bom lam 



visitor* Lave registered at The Em- 
press Hotel. Mrs. Russell McTavlsh, 
FO. and Mrs E“C Cameron R E 



(liar, wlih NU FEET Medicated Ineclee. 



was presented with a corsage bou- 
quet. 



City of Vlrtoiitt it, entitled to help 
it 1* the Girls’ DrlirTeam. - ' he said, 
"and I think the Publicity Bureau 
should extend all the help it can. 
1 have received congratulation* lrom 
score* of United State* citizen* - 
The Mayor told of seeing the girl* 
at om f>f their successful perform- 
ances at Uie Portland Rose Festival, 
when thousand* watched and ap- 
plauded He wkhed them continued 



They ora thin, comfortable to wear 
highly ani.tupdc. and coal only 25c a 
pair at all drug a tort*. 



Mrs Laurence Denby and 
liter and son. Betty and 



Island Art* and Craft* s 
Club will* meet on Monday 
noon at 1 40 at Yates and D 
Street* to proceed to Belton A 



Visiting Rotariarus attending the 
luncheon meeting Thursday at the 
Empress Hotel were Introduced by 
Mr. Jack Connelly, and Included. 
A. E Abi, Portland Charlie Buck- 
ley and A Benton, both of Tacoma; 
Percy Rowe Ivor Kmnp. C.A Bart- 
ram. all of Vancouver. Stuart Daviri- 

: on Clulllw iti i: . Hnroltl Morklll. 
Calgary; Ted B Miller. Scqttsbluff 



Mrs. W E Ray fuse. supervisor of 
National Housing Registries. Van- 
couver Island, returned to Victoria 
Thursday from a visit to Courte- 
nay. where she hat established a 
housing registry. 

Mrs Ray fuse states "the Courte- 
nay registry will be operated by the 
YM.CA in the Red Triangle Hut 
under the direction of Mr Don Me- 
Gee ar.d MLw> Audrey Marleod. with 
the co-operation of Courtrnny 
Comox Women s Regional Advisory 
Committer " 

Mrs Heber Cooke and her 
W.R A C members will make a com- 
plete survey of the homes m the 
district, tn an effort to find addi- 
tional accommodation to meet the 
need of the wartime population 
Mrs Rayfuse said. 



Sir James Dougin* School will be- 
come ’ Doug e s Tavern" tomorrow 
evening from It to 11 30 o’clock, when 
the YWCA hold it* second w eekly 
[mrty for bojs and girl of id io 19 
years. The name of "Dutch Treat." 
uecd last Saturday night ha-, brru 
abandoned for the new name. 

A committee of young people will 
handle the party, at which novelty 
dance* and a floor entertainment 
will be featured A so ft drink bar 
will provide refreshment* The 
YWCA, hopes to have the tavern 
open for customer* each Saturday 



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O Hamilton Harman president 
of thr Chamber of Commerce, in- 
troduced Mayor McGavin. and amid 
he had given Victoria competent 
leadership fnj many year*. 

Mr-.. R P Huh hart, colonel of 
the Drill Team, complimented the 
girl* on their continued hard work, 
which hud made them outstanding 
and wished them a merry tune at 
their party J. V. Johnson, past 
president of live Chmnhcr of Com- 
merce. congratulated Captain and 
Mrs N Foster on their unique and 
worth-while organization. They 
were doing good work for the girls 
and for the community 
E O Row r bottom deputy min- In compliment tn Mu* Rubvrr.av 
Lster of trade and industry, tendered Brown, whose wedding take* pla--- 
the regret* of Hon. E. C Carson, his in August. Miss Iris Noel enter- 
mmi -ter who w a.« unable to be pres- Lalned at a kitchen shower at. the 
ei)t Mr Car/on nnd the whole de- home nf her mother. Mrs L B 
pnrtment upprcriated'the wonderful Noel. Linden Avenue. At the eon- 
publicity the tram gave not onWlGuslon nf the evening refreshments 
Victoria but »hr whole province, and served from a prettily appointed 

table The invited guests were Mr* 
A Brown. Mrs C. Parrott Mrs G 
Motion. Mr*. A Sick. Mrs Vil 
Dalby, Misses Jajvp Freeman. Eliza - 



Dr and Mr* T H Johns, 2753 
Soma** Drive, celebrated their 15th 
wi riding anniversary on Wednesday 
All the members nf their immediate 
family circle were present at n most 
delightful evening party Those 
present were Mr nnd Mrs Clarence 
Johns. Mu * Mamie Johns. Mr 
Rear John*. Mr and Mrs Wilfrid 
Johns, Mr ahd Mrs Harold Johns 
Miss Ethel Johns and Ml«s Evelyn 
Olsen, Visitor* from outside the city 
were Miss llnh Thompson Miss 
May Marlin and Mr* Eatl Kent of 
Vancouver 'Hie evening was spent 
with relating magnet* of the wed- 
ding 15 vears ago. looking al the 
photograph* of ift-.e wedding party 
and the plnvtnc of games After 
thLs dainty refreshments were served. 
Ml* Etlvl jAvns presiding at the 
Urn while Ml** fish Thomp*n n cut 
The Icen Many beauttrui gift* re re 
presented by nil the guest* present 



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I Mrs Richard Under- 
a Marie Underhill. Mr 
*fk Mr and Mr* P;» ill 
an Park Mr Henry 
Allan W*vp. Patriiu 
I-vr M r nnd Mrs 
Mr and Mis David 
Mr and Mr* Arthur 
er Fr-im Chemalntis 
i*nd Mrs John Hum- 



Her® comes Hie Bride — radiant and Invclv ' \’ct not long agn 
people *4id she'd never marry. I nknow n to her. the in* isihle 
harrier of "H O." tame between her and romance— barred 
her way in happiness. 

T hen she discovered ihai Lifebuoy’s purifying lather washes 
awav perspiration — guards agjmst "H O." Remember, any 
one tan be guilty of because ri ewie perspires — 

more than a quart a day in summer! So play safe and use 
Lifebuoy m your daily baih. It is rhe only soap especially 
made to stop B.O." Lifebuov lather is extra mild, too— and 
its clean, invigorating scent quickly vanishes. 



■rn W . Martin chairman nf 
irlM trade group sponsoring 



ROASTED FRESH 
TODAY 



Women’s Institutes 



coLWoon 

Mrs C. Caniegl 
Highway, wiU ent 
Col wood W I a* 
o'clock at her ho 
day A business i 
time will follow 



mem be 



DRESSMAKER SUITS A new shipmenl of lightweight 
Summer wools in pastel shades. 5izes 14 To 20 

MARY CONSTANCE 

?M PORT vtlttT • I'**** kHOe 



mee 



I rtprnnn Plan Picnic 



Members ot Ihe 35st Alberla 
it t Alton Association « ill rn**et at 
e home of a R Mcllvrlde 2934 
rlllla Stree' a' fl o'clm-k tonight 
disruss the annual picric which 
111 be held at Golds "roam on 



THIS MAN 
CLIMBED A 
, MOUNTAIN 



will open the affair at 2 111 pm 
There will be home rooking *nd 
several contest* Mrs. T Hargreavr.-, 
ahd her committee WtU ser.r- jea 
from 2 3d tl'l 5pm The following 
readers wul enierfaip during the 
afiernoon Mr* F J Johnson Mrs 
T Allar, Mrs J C Wallace and 
JWv F Milne 



Vherfs tnf rfc/pb 



1 cue SOVMA»T SOY. Mies. 

2 c up* •»«<>• r»«*rb». I tw» 

I i up ♦•«»<* r*»»p»if c •ton*. 
2 <uM *B"tB*« *awr». ' M««aaM •«'*. 
1 b»0'#B I **«*»»•« *«"»'/ 

*, I up SOTMA*T sept AD. 2 Mklt- 
•f PP*»* *A«ep«» P«r*l»» 

Tin lentil AmM t**" 

»A«l« -Spa* b»fod. but *•* •>* 

C<r*bm* ell !*>• <**g>Kl*»-'» e«il 

»*ll -I>ng fueupb el **» *ou<* •• 
mtii'M- «P»u* •« cup Wetb, m m 

mpuiil, beV» <e • miatio't 

u.«« Ifu« lb»*» »• *b*f*y • Hue w.eulet. 

t bp* «» telk »i*b »b* ru«ue-*'*g 
•««e»b l«Ml S*er** $. 



Community Ce 



RftYALClTY 



A SOYHART ivrpme 1 iL« »•*•• 
ovouth-welartfvf owl loel lumi Ihe 
meet Into • jolly party T^e 
delightful nuHy H«*or of p»oUI*i- 
nch SOYHART iworove* wrory 
dtih, horn cakes end cookie* to 
fency bread* end partly Try II 
today. 



Engagements 



Order 



DO YOU FEEL NERVOUS 
AND ALL ON EDGE? 



Inr and Mu* rwtftrta Taylor. M: 
Paul McCormack. MUr Daphne A 



FROM HEAD 
TO TOE -IT 



COKE 



>t>YW4ff7' label. VtrWr v# 

fl FREE 'older of 10 U. 
SO) HART rtnptt. 

J l TIUMIUU LTD Vpecauupf 



*POfP tMO*fPtf. 

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The engageme: 



i nftvn cm • neevp »ni* t* 
0<*tam Lacurun eiih Vu»a 
eltea ionic inerwUem* it 



Edward McLt 
A r McLear 



COKE DEPARTMENT 

B.C. ELECTRIC 



Ther* was a programme nf t\ 
and supper vu nerved m 
l Julie* Aid. 



Em. 


Mr 


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Mrr 


Mra 


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pm«s. 


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Mrs 


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pbcll. 



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T. On 


la, Mr 


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lay. a 


nd Mr 


lugh 


Martin 


'ppetinrimer 







RECKITT S BLUE 

PREVENTS CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW 



,nlo«n* 



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9< **'»'' ° *he 

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THE DAILY COLON tsi/ VICTORIA. B C.. FRIDAY. JL'I.N 14. VJU 



K si i aim alt Party 



M Bethel. Mrs R Me Vie won • 
pair of pillow ca*et, Mr* F Ald- 
ridge. a fruit cake. Mr* F Roaa 
a boa of chocolate*. Mr*: E Han 
»en coffee and milk Mr* H Hen- 
derwon a baby rhawl and Mrs J 
Ruah. boa of fteeerW.- Refrcan- 
menta were arrved by Mr*. J Boyle 
Mr*. J. Drummond. Mr* A Sharpe 
Mr* A Draper and Mr* J Rim- 
mer. Games were played during the 
afternoon and evening and were 
In rharge of Mr McVle 



amount I* swallowed It U cau*ed by AlUioufh most of these symptoms 
nervou&nea*. emotional disturbance* are caused by air *w allowing there 
and tension In addition to the are. as mentioned above, mam case* 
fullness and belching there may be where digestive disturbances are to 
dizziness, dull neadache. numbness, blame. 

tingling and heartburn. By breathing Into a paper bag 

'Belching bring* temporary relief held closely over nose and mouth 
for about half an hour, then the odor » 1U soon be detected U gas 
feeling of ga* on the stomach re- 18 caused by food, not by swallowed 
turns and with It persistent belch- wr - 

ing ■ — - 

Dr Hayne suggest* thst instead LONDON- O*.— Air Transport 
of belcnmg the patient should take auxiliary pilot* have already begun 
five or six deep breaths, and should the delivery of aircraft from Brlt- 
be told that the belchng symptom aui to the RAP* new base* in 
U harmless. Prance. 



Mrs. i. iMMUcnael I ells of 
Fight Against Inflation 

Highlights in the Pedeial Govern- had been loat, this, in s arngle night, 
mem » price - stabilization pro- represented some sixteen to eighteen 
framme, coupled with an appeal to million dollars 
teachers to assist In the *preadmg Chart* were used to show how 
^ Information as to what house- effectively the Wartime Price* and 
wives can do to maintain price con- Trade Board had kepi down the cost 
roi and prevent inflation, were out- of living in this war The total in- 
ined by Mrs Alfred Carmichael, of crease Ui the last war was 54 5 per 
he womens regional advisory com- cent a* compared with an increase 
mtiee. consumer branch of the of only 183 per cent in thw. Ftaod 
Wartime Prices and rrade Board prices *mce the pnce-ceiluig was ln- 



Ksqulmait Community Club held 
a successful garden party recently 
at the homo of Mr. and Mr* R 
McVle. Lyall Street Mr* T A 
Rickard opened the fete, at which 
nearly SI 10 was realized 

Mrs. O Silburn was the general 
convener, and in charge of stalk, 
were: Mrs. h. Rood and Mrs B 
ftraigdallie home cooking Mr.- J 
CockrUJ. flowers, and Mrs P Rc*w 
»nd Mr* A Oray. needlework In 
rhsrge of tombola* were Mr* G 
Leech! Mr* A Me Be.«h and Mrs 



HOT-WEATHER 



Lots of body salt through perspiration 
lean brine heat exhaustion. An extra 
pinch of Windsor ball with your food 
in summer will maintain silt balance- 
keep energy high ! \ \ 



Iodize 



To give the full measure of devo- 
tion to a great. rau*r is success in 
life * 



Summer School of Education Thurs- 34 1 per cent as compared with 79 
dav morning a< the High School per cent in the last war, rents 7 4 

The five chief points in the Go\- per cent a* compared with 15 4 per 
ernmen* stabilisation programme cent, and fuel 14A per cent as eom- 
were enumerated: to achieve price pared with 23 9 per cent 
control everyone should check Despite the shortage of help pro- 
price*. report unauthorized In- due lion in Canada had increased 
crease* save labels and check de- fish catch was 20 per cent higher, 
gradations, spending should be although 10 OQO fishermen had gone 
controlled to maintain the value of uito the merchant navy, together 
teal wages, everyone should make with tnuch of the fl&hing equipment 
-strict effort* to stamp out the black Farm production «x> up. it should 
market by accepting only her fair be 125.000.000 pounds of Canadian 
hare of raLioned go'Vt*; all should cheese for Instance, went to dreat 
De ready to accept willingly the In- Britain yearly; 5.500 000 pound* of 
created wartime taxation, there butter went into prisoners -of- war 
taxes really being the means of buy- parcel* 

ing security-, and coupled wtth »av- Assisting with this vast work of 
ing should be investment In Gov- price stAbiltzation were 15 000 wom- 
errunent war loan*, en, 50.000,000 coupons weekly flowed 

In connection with this last point through Canadian merchants' hand* 
Mrv Carmichael cited as an in- throughout the Dominion, represent- 
Mance of the cost of war. the cost mg n tremendous task for that sre- 
°f * single largr bomber between tion of the Wartime Price* and 
8250.000 and 8300.000 In some raid* Trade B"a rd dealing with rationing 
over German} more than 60 bomber alone 



By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster 



ONL^VCue*^ IM \THEN- 
TACTIC SFeeO\TWA»*(*UL] SHC'U. 
>n (SSttinq mcij ) Fen J i_ive . 
HCI?e SuF*EI^iAN<vTKAT.'y cocroe? 
.5 CCSPOMSiBcE \ 

fo« hec being 

ALIVE : 



•ves. Shell Live. „ 
Bur i'm afizajc* 

MiSB CXiCAMasce s 

SAME HAS BCCOMV 



VOU 

MEAN 1 



5CCED 1-BtiTS-e J I’M S 
TO y WILL ^AgRAlO 

Bee \nc u>iaec)TV4Ars, 
to»e«v ) ee»TMe / it < 
*ACE.*S MOST iTtP...' 

Bert- ) BEAu tipulV y 

, V*Sr>MAM IA N'T f] 

\\A_Tue vaoclo?*\\\ 

\ > .S TMAT WHAT \ 

\ ( VOU MB AM. / 1 

\cocJoajy 



HOORAY 



DUSTBANE PRODUCTS 



LIMITED 



SOLD BY YOUR DEALER 



MARY WORTH'S FAMILY 



VOU MAVf NO 
RIGHT ID 
sir. m * _ 



w MV MuSBANO A 

iOLivAN i in ei*«v»u 



*H|N PERHAPS SOMETHING 
ElU WILL ' PH AV 01 NO* 

NURS. Jf * Till I MAv£ -v " 



White and Novelty Fabrics 

A. K. LOVE. LTD. 



1AR6I *«a 

l PO NO* T( MU 



( lulls and 

Societies 



the pub.it at large are favored ex- 

rep» m the afternoon 
, January 10 in February 19. Aqus- 
riu*— Frida- la a time to get down to 
earth and eettle something related 
to lour home, office or loci] in- 
sert Something tend* to end 
well thi* evening Be at home to 
other* to derive the moat benefit to- 
night. 

Februar> 30 to Marrh 30 Puce* 

Evening L* the best time ro make 
up your mind about anything im- 
portant. You are quite likely to 
rhangr your opinion about thing* 
and people toda? Improve rela- 
tion* with others. 



AND I 

NEVER WILL ’ 



Athena Club 

The Athena Club of Oak Bay 
United Church will hold an indoor 
garden tea In the churrh hall on 
Wednesday from 2 30 until 5 pm 
Therg will be * pantry shelf 1 also 
white e>phant and larder produce 
Mall*. ^ 



SEE IF VA KIM SEE )] 
AMVmiMG, SilE E 'PEA J 



AHOV POPEVE Lc^ 

its ffm: 

UP/ / 



(KM 



Forecast 

By FDW'aRD A WAGNER 
PI.ANI I ARV' f.l IDE FOR 
I RIOAY. H I V 14. 1144 

Keyword* for the Day Practice 



STRENGTH 



ours 



It* J AME S W It 5RTO.N M I> 



FROM YOUR NEAREST GROCER 



Pain from ga 
etoniach, l» a ft* 
llvei and gall b 
Eating grU-forr 
i abunge ]y tut * 



day this period 
Hie ndvannemeiv 



1'JIL' Daytime l* iUimu- 
•daily during thr morn- 
but discrimination at id 
iie :»d\L-alj|r then suit' 
'bdrnry to iinpravucalU V 
Adhere to minor riut.r 
Its during the dav and 
> s* diiriiut the evening 
14 I* Y’o'it Birllidatc- 
7\ return? F'liinou- per- 
nn tin* date include 
Dougl*'. author. Anna- 
act re- « Arthur Cappei 
Holll* F FTbsell edu- 



,-s*!V5iV 



attiii 



the upper 
mf thr floor < 



I'/VA SOPPV .^ V 
VOU CAM^T SEE 
Th£ COLONEL 
NOW | 



l«» we i*i 

comfepence 



NO, - 
k * LC > 

L Busy 



atwlomen 
under the 



8AV MJTT. I M TIRED] MV£EARFAL 
OF WCRjflN ■ 



OH.VEAv^ 5 



MV JOB TO HAND 
VOU A NEW SHOVEL 
^ E AONTifAE ASVCJ 
\W£AR ’EM OuT! r 



PRA'/ ALL D 

WHAT, 

M AV I ASK 
IS VOL R. i 

job' 3 r 



AND 

SuPPOtJT Nfi BOTH 
04= us; WHY DON’T 
GET A JOB? f 



NOW WERE BOTH 
CUT CF A JOB - 

"i i ouit.» rl 



( I HA/E A 
| JOB! 1 AV 
' WOPkiNS ON 
TH.s VERY 
projec t with 
lYcu.'/tS^n 



lung Swallowing air i* 
natural whenever food 
•allyn • digestive julre 



TO PREVENT WHITE CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW 



You coo’t wash thw white bock into white thing*. They II 
turn yellow eventually unlev* you restore the white by 
giving them a rinse in blue on washday. That’s the one 
sore way to keep your har(J-to-replace bed linens, 
towels, table linens white and new looking — always. 



Bv km l on find ( h.iffin 



fVERVTMiNG IS MUMKY DOF 7 
THAT* TMC CODE SA/INC, 

TmEv Pi GOING TO SHOW L'trE 
LIGHTS ON TMt LANDING 
STRIP _ *4g 



AT THAT HQMENT. ON The GROUND DC LOW 



BEE'S MAKE 
KONEV IN SUN 
light watch 



Cream Deodoranl 
Stops Perspiration 



' w»de that t 
CIB gal AL' 

TAKE SirtPT 

jefrv patrol 

’COMING. 



MTl T e»4 e 
STALL eh V^ME- 
WAV GOT ro tap 
A WARNING TO 
^ Os pis A 



Doesn't irri- 
tate skip or harm clothing 

P Acts in 30 
seconds Just put it on. 
wipe off excess, and dress 



BIG FOOD 
VALUES 

EVERY DAY 



uiivukAum stops 

perspiration and odour by 
effective pore inactivation 



■ i i mu i i — Keeps 

underarms au eef and dry 
up to 3 days 



Pleas- 
ant as your favourite face 
cream -flower fragrant - 
white and stainless 



"stand* for CLEANING 

* PROMPTLY 

+ EFFICIENTLY 

★ COURTEOUSLY 
done by 



1 t»JT KNOW WHI 



THE NE*T TPAlN 
60ES.BOT IT'5 NOT . 
60M<3 A'f/e/HEPE 
.WTTUCIGT K/Jp Ur^CLE 
^ _CwAOM6 .' , 



wta.wuAT 
THE VCTO»C 
V.DO.r 



NU-WAY 



Comf* * cuf wjy 

• otuf coiwlort I 

MONX 5T«APS 
kl*ck or f)'0w« 



Cl t ANUS LTD 
IIW itOAD 



SUMMERS 

THE 

TIME . w 

for crisp, 
clean clothes 
kept so by 



“1 don l rare it Thr ( nlnnlel 
Want H did mi ‘hraiiliful «lr« — 
yen thntildn I h*vr Hmugbi until 



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JMOUJi 



Playground Events 

A demonstration in tumbling and 
aerobatic work by Muu Wjrnn Shaw 
and her pupils will feature the play* 
ground activities at the Willows 
Beach Park today 
Approximately 100 children are 
taking swimming classes at the 
Y M C A and the Crystal Garden, 
and It If expelled that moat of them 
will be able to swim a hen the course 
is completed Oak Bay firemen and 
policemen are agisting by chaper- 
oning The children in the classes 
Tomorrow morning a group ol 



nsdio P»r»d» 



V’naraium* j a*’»(l> Vail*? 



•:1S : Just a sou i T.m# 

■ JO Just About Tub* 

• «S Meditation* 

100 BBC N««t 

• IS Ridifi* the Banc* 

• JO 1 Otwa Momma 

• «Aj_Oo^d Moral ns 

10 <M) CBC Neat 

14 IS i Voice el Memory 

10 Jo Near 

1ft 4> K>> :..)«><! t itMji 

11 0#i Itek* M do tiui c 
II, ti Mat. Mm M'jnc 
it JO Soldier'* Wif* 

11 4o i Eton. A to Z 



Vsliont l-ad* s*a. 

L**tit of the World Mutual Mruinric* 
Aunt Jenny _ 

K/’r HRillr >c-«*x’ 

Bit auier 
Helen Tient 
Our OH Sunday 
Life Bmullfu 
Ms Perkin* 

Bernard'ne Hljnn 
Tl>e Gu taoergt 
Porti* Parer .Ufe 
Joyce Jordan' M D 
Yon.* r»r Malono 
P*rr 



Sou* of Pioueera 
UrcakLut Club < 

Rreafcta *l Club 

Near 

A Woman Wondera 

7>*akf*»l at Sard!'* 
i ret* fa u at Saidi . 
l ii Mai • Neat 
tiaeet Kiwi 
Mr True story 
M True Plfft 

K ukhace Talking” 
t|*r* Oh*r 
Clamour Manor , 
Oamtiur Manor 



rrotit uu> family 
Momma Concert 

Mo rum* OoocoM 

BBC New* 

Bia Bitter 
facrimja - 

Latin ’ 

Mum tor M'««le r m 
Bona Maltr.ee 
Tropic EcMea 
Keyboard Ctoaal ca 
Hit* of Today 
i cry Clirt 
Bonner. Wife 
M ulit prom £Jm»«** 



Sliady Vallay 
Jerry Morn* ■ 

Magi* a t Melody 

Woman a Way 
Midland 

Jennifer l.<*aa 
Bo ot* Canir „ 

Newa 

Jar* perrb 

Luncheon 
W oman a Ju ry 
Cedric Po«t#r 
Anrona Jo* 
Treasury Salute 
Mutual Library 



Walker * Kurban 

Homrkrepera 

Homekerper* 

Art Baker 

Guuline Light 
Today'* Children 
Women in White 



Matui. 



Ur li Crocket 



U MiAi Smith 



Farm Broadcait 



* 



Peroer Yount 



rm Journal 



Matinee Mernorira i Bache lor'* Ctilldren 
Itabeiie M< lean | Brood way Maiinte' 
Petticoat. a Ptoiitf r\ i Broadway Maime* 
Mum for Bummer ! l ady nr tttw Prei* 
Itocital | Ray Srntt_ 

Concert | CbiangiK* W orld ~ 

Concert I Bn. hi Horizon* 

tie* Proni New 

Eve* Pront I Wilder neaa Rotd 



Knrn Kobblera 

New* 

ii a Parade 

Tune View* New* 
ld«*rd Joraenton 
What'a Paine ’ 
What’* uoinar 
Orchestra 



Right to Happt nevs 
R»r« ><< Wifa 
Bfeha Doha* 
te>r*nio Jones 
Winder Broan -» 
* v ai - ST 

We Love and t-earn 
Jim Plain Bill 
front- Paa# Parteli 



Chris Oil. .on 



Doc Mevter 
Prairie I'ommenr 
The Double Be.en 
BBC News 
Intermeaaei , 
Inirrmerzo o 
Doan Beat 
N* * K . > . x dun 

"•.ii-‘!ri 

Oeehrtira 
Mom real Drama 
Montreal Drama 
I Jinn, r Dal i-e * 
Nlthi Train 
Bastille Dav 

Bastille Das •_ 

CBC News 
John Pisher 



The Boad of Life 



Orchestra, • 
Variety in Ne«» 
The World lobar 



American Serenade 
News 

Aunt Mary 
fir Kale 



Loyal Lam on i 
Npeakine of Book* 

Don No rriian 

ureal Melody 



<te*Wi M*IM* 



Friday on HYiadaa. 
Friday on Broadway 
Hoi Off the Wle* , 
Saiip Adam* 
Washington Report* 
News 

Moilyaowf Bh’acasr 
HoUsaond Bh'aias* 
That Brewster t»ot 

' ■ H < 



Plant. Mrlodl** 

It V Kaltrnoorn 
OK far RaiegM 
New* 

Inal- P Uk-htirr 
Lout* P iz KBne t 



May We Serve You’ 
Be a Hound 
i4'eir> and Pirates” 
Dirk Tracy . 

• aek Aeiii-ifont 
Roik Music 



Wain Time New* Reporter 

People Are Punny | Spotlight Band* 

People Are PTmht_ Bi'.iDuht Bauds 

Brack'* I v 

■satott Blacki* Ted Ma ori* 



Or* an 



CJYI \|‘VA*.Cith|* 



reeia-lfiiah** 
t’pper ranada 
Ven*ure» 

Wait* Arnll*t 
Wnthi-Haetrea 



off a i muehi a.s thiee-fourtlui of a 
cenl Price* had rallied shortly be- 
fore the close when comna- ion 
houses switched lo the buying hide, 
but the advance brought forth in- 
crpjtscd offering* 

Rye futures fluctUAtc'd a long with 
wheat Offering were small but 



Barbata Gould 

1.00 



Duration 

I Or 



DOMINION. PROVINCIAL AND 
CORPORATION BONDS 

GILLESPIE, HAFT * CO" LTD 



CHnsr A M* 



H. BURNS s CO. hi 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. R.C.. FRIDAY. JULY 14.-1944 



Finance-Commerce-Markets 



New York Storks Cloning Averages Toronto Stock. 



NEW YORK July 13 ■>!.— Se- 
lected slock* tipped the market 
bcalei on |hc recovery *jde today, but 
many leader* were unable to attain 
any real comeback balance. 

Commonwealth A Southern wax 
the llveUeat performer. It appeared 



• Jam** Richardaon * tonal 

TORONTO • 

Twenty industrial*. 127.71. off 61* 
Tlremy gold*, 112 89 off .76 
Teiubaae metal*. 76 61. off 14 
Flftten Western oil*, 29.28. off 1 02 
Total sales. 776.000 
MONTREAL 



Vancouver Stocks 

TORONTO. July 13 <P> — Moder- 
ate profit-taking trimmed price* VANCOUVER July 13 «CP> — Trad- 
slightly in the industrial and min- mg vai up on the Vancouver Slock 
tng sections of Toronto Exchange Tot al turnover 

today, while the Western oils netted 
. .null Index «lv.nc. A»o« *« J«<» *h.rex 
800 .000 shares changed hands. Pioneer jumpeu 13. closing at 2 98 



Friday Radio Programmes 



000-share block at $1, unchanged 
and finished at 1-8 at 81 12 1-3. a 
new high. ' , - 

The. Associated Pre.-s 60 -stock av- 
erage was off .1 of a point at 5^-3 
Transfers totaled 1J76.900 shares 
compared with 1 416,620 on Wed- 
nesday. i _ . 

Chicago ii Northwehtrni directors 
loted a 813 dlvjdend on the re* 
organized road's preferred and the 
stock ran up 2 1-4 polhte to a 'new 
•op of 64 3-4 Just before the final 
gong The-common wn.* down 3-8 

C LONING AVERAGES 
Thirty InduatrlaU IM-Ofi. off 36. 
Tseenly rail* 41.41. off .12. 

8'lfteen utilities 24.15, off .05. 

Total sales 1J7«,000 shares. 

<M 'A Hunter Lid i 

rin»* 

Ail M I Miitual _ . ... . M* 

A.ii-i itiB Cln 

Auirriiau Piisr> K Lillil 2'. 

* ■ « • * l Ob# r 

An.fman Bir>»Hej *1 

Airrtscwti rn ti T*1 .. UJ 

Am-iiran Wairrsark* ' 

^Anaconda Copper — . 2* • 

Arii'nur, 111- *—■ , 

A'eliiwin rnpeba . .. * B 

RAD Railaay * 

R*lfl«ii< l/itniHu|l>» tl 

HsiiXi* Avisnnn ....... ...... •' 

R-i'i «i*ei 4*** 

r *.iw Airyrrfi . r.- . . . .; — 

Bn-Orri ' ... JJ" 1 

R"r* Warr**r ... »1 

case J I .. 14 

r pji 

l r rro dr P**co .... t • 

C A O Rallaa* .. . «* 

run *l*r »4'. 

• dumbia ••*» • 

• on Pdlvo*! !• 

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f'ruciMe B"*t i« 

— -e — «aSr — rr rr- . i w* ■ - *k ' 

tifrill*. AirrraO . .sk'. 

D-iwon' |M, 

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lifn*'*l Inn4' ......... .., *1 

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fivahb* Cnipr S 

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Or*Ai Wei Sugar 

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^ ■ — — Miarea were lesieo today, alter 

Ten utilltlea. M90_off 20 opening at 7 90 the price moved up 

Thirty combined. 77 00 off .10 | t0 820 It closed around 7.85 

Ten pulp and paper. 16903. un- About , 2000 ^ are , n1 thf >loC k 

' hanged | . . h>>v<«* avnki.E«. ...imiiHi 



gamed 4 at 1 75 

Home Oil jumped 10 At 3 40 
,Okalt* was up 2 at 50 



Fifteen gold*, 87 75. off 03 
Total sales. induxtriaLs, 35 200 
VANCOUVER 
Twenty gold*. 44.32. up 46 
Ten ba.se metal* 44 07. unchanged 
Fifteen oil*. 81 71. up 62 



! changed hands Frobisher controlled 
! more than 1.000,000 shares of Giant 
I Yellowknife 

| lire Yellowknlff stocks were a bit 
1 heavy: Oiant dropped about 25 
cent*, Con weal 10. Negua 3 cent* and 
Bear 10 cents. Anglo-Uurontan w-a* 
t off 40 cent* and Berens River 30 
cent* 

Labrador gained 10 cents to 3.20 



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'Canadian B-n* <>r Commerce 

a- »»« •«* a>— ■»*»*» 

Bank nl Nova Bcoiia .. 
Rsvai Hhx 

Abinbi ii>m 
Abitibi pm 

Aiimi'* Sir* I . , 

AlUrilii-ini ( nii* ......... 

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A |>ev;o» Cores . ; . . . 

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Canada rrnirnt 
Canarta M tlnnr _ 
f'aiiatl* North* rn Pnacr 
Canada S’enmvhiav r.v| fl 
I Canala B'*an>rhie Pt-I 
! t'anartlat, Br-* *rir 
Canat'ian Brraarl-- ,Pfd 
C* it# than Rrotx* Com 
| r *i,*ttlan car A |i)i Co n 
t anatiian r * r Nc- pfe 
t**iiart'*n t>l»no r 
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f* natlian rir*tt.‘r \ reiti 
Can aril* t» I nftll ' * ri* ’ Alr*,l i , l 
i Cartaeian I '"-i«mn*tvr 
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D**tnieine sinre. 

nmnio rxr, T«r *• r'bemiral 
Deni tn hn i Tea* it* 

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MONTREAL July 13 'CP* -A*bitibi L-brndor gained 10 cents to 3 20 
6 per cent prelerred opened at m ‘*niall gains appeared for Pend 
new high on today’s market but fey , Oreille, Aldermac and Ventures, 
later The common was also at -i dropped 7-8. Noranda 3-4 and 

new high but lo*t some of 'it* gain 1 Smelt * rs 1 l_ 4. Steep Rock was 
Stronger in Industrial* were^ N«-f slightly 
tioiial Steel Car and Niagara Wire, Senior oil* held steady and the 
«t new -pr aksf Canadian Car Oen- r* lrclj ' ryled higher AblUbt pre- 
ernl Steelwaraa preferred and Ham- J f? rr ed lo*t 1 1-2. and Western Can- 
llton Bridge Down were jJ^Tj ada Flour preferred a pomt 
•B Dominion 7 Bridge Ottawa Car, Th< * Western oil* were more ac- 

%ii*J prefrrrrd * tlv^ thH n u^utl ^nd itronijfr Honit* 

B.C. Power A improved, while >« ld CalgaFy - Edmonton changed 
in arrears acre Shawlnigan. Brazil- 1 band.*. In sizable volume and firm 
la 1 1 and Winnipeg Eta- trie prelerred p rlcM ® nd sma11 A* 10 wrjr nP Mr,f1 
Si earn* hip.-, preferred was a» a new 1)7 p '°°thill v 0kalu Anglo-Cana- 
htsh and C P » softer Niegei and ‘ ***■ °* m *‘ Mid-Continent and 
Noranda wen* lower in metal* and : f alm< y t 
Imperial in refineries mimm. «m iio\ 

British Domiitlon mnd Brown ex- i,,Un * ,n ’■' ,n M ilh Co t J;'* 1 ' r io * 

i eerieri their previous hlgli* In -Jidoiau *t t* v> 

We tern oil- and Horn*- «w aLso in An*lp-Hurom*i» ’ *« 1 w 1 

l Amu :t>c* .... . 

front. • AuniaAU* M •• M 

1 Aunnr « •« «i» 4 BN 

‘ _ . _ Baaaiear T t* U •* * 

K Bate M-ial* . iv 'A 

«. .lx- ...Tx. T:. . » - x*u Bear Raploratuvn J Tr. 1*2 1 »• 

r*i.*«.*rt to e*u»i*Bi Pm „4 Hi It* I l» 11" 

aV’ ts ,T ’ r,,f iii R0.r.,d K.rklan^ IT 1« 14'. 

» ^ . ^ _ M B-ib.'O "TI TT TT 

Back nf Nov* Bcul.a ... Si* Ban*«al V IVb 

Ba a. B»n. ...... I a Ija Bral.ifit* 17 TN 17*5 - t J 1» 

1 T '• | Bmulan Pnrrupin* M 

Aanib. PM 1 J>* «p i j Buttaln Ar.ii*rii» l» 7P J A# * « 

ziann'* fi. — • 18 U .j' * X 7 bn I V* 1 *!» 

Alunilr.-im < nm , »y 04 , I t erariian Malartlr »4 . « «4 

Ahimtnupi r/d imj '. mi ' cannoo Ootrt Q • T* 

A bfvia* roran Ji M I Cailla Treth . »«* 

N ••."•1*1*1 Brewcnrl . . , 33 1 ?« t.'tnlral Patrleia TYI 

Batliur' , A _ Ill |i j Cnciin.our Wlllan* 7 1* 7 1" 7 t« 

Bril Tolanhefl* .... IM'- lift ' Chr*trrvi|l* t JT 

Pr •«i|j*n T-ari.no « if, 23 | Ctiront M At S — I T0b 

BA o-l ..... ’V 71 I Com E,i)f|*er» • S* ■' n *3 Mi S3 SO 

n f Pacxrr 3 A', jt 1 Conlaruni . . 1 l an - ' F0 

nr. p*w*' A . 2: Dome low jn tn jo is 

Ruildlna Pmilufi* (3 t* ' MuUr'lC J 4,1 7 M J 4i 

Kulnln ooiri t* in ralronbnrta* ... * *' 

ear, an* * Dnaunmn Bocar '* j? 22 Prancoeijr .... M w 

Canaria rrwrnt i * OnH'* ti*k* J3 Tt " * 

Canada M .ll'tv , 4# «9 Oc.*tl*lc 7° 7* 

e*ii(4i Northern Pnvrr ' . *’ 1 Ool<J4i. Oai* ...... IS 

Canaria P'eamatilp* e.»m f IJ‘. Ounasr Oolrt ..... JI T* 37 

Canaia B'*aift*li|p< Pfi J7 , Halnnr 1 

ranartian Br***ri* v. Hard Bork »* •• *»)» 

Canadian Br*»*ri* PM *7 , •] Hnllln**r ..... t.' jb 17 17 1 *• » 

Canadian Rronzr C«*m IA la Rome O" • 5 J 5 " " 

'■ : Vi" 1 -, ”pm X >*g US U 

Oinadl.n Cetane r 41 41 ,n " N ' ek * , l ItljL — !♦ 00 

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«!• pin. v . II If M-raaj* 4 7* 

, Y r ' ,f,<v ' 1 * Madteii Red Lake I •»* I « 

' . , II Minina Corpn I no 

. ,V « '• ' McKenna R*d Lake t '4 IM I N4 

I !,• "*r*. .«*,,,.*•„• MeWatter* H ^n 

D..n Bnrlaa *1 IT 

D r. I, ,on r II McLeod CtW-k*hu«» 7 '7 J *.\ 7 iN 

r>"-!!nirm ztiiri-vti, * Tj„ n 3- Mnneta 7« 71 14 

tV-mininr, «'w'»r 4., .,- v m,#u* . t »» l *n l» ' 

*'«' * r**i » a Nipi**,i>a i **' 

D-'mininn «Im... j--, j- Mor.nd* . SI ?T '4 7% SJ » 

nr,,,,,,. T.r 4. Cdrmizai • 1 v Normetal T» • ’» 

r*emlnl**i, Tettila 31 .3-. o Hum *" 1 in 3 in 

Donnarmina Pa-*r S-. « ! r)n.**a T* 7T • '* 

n. d* . Pa-., a p*n>our ....... '• , 1 ** 

fair-:.,!,! 4irr-*r> ,. * a |Pa*m* ler . ... 43 *" *’ 

T-ird i f ranada- “A" *!■ 7* P*i>d or*ill* ...... 1 4jb 

Fnnn4«M-Ki on 1 p.rrnn Oold .... 1 ,fl , 1 n* 

r-» *r r» Vniini — *a Pirkl* Cm* .. 7 7n J •* 7«a 

Oatln*a,| P.i-*- *t no Pioneer ... 3 7* 3 JO 3J- 

nroemi p-**i tr«r*» I , j.v Powell ftouyn I 3Jb 

D-o-,,.,, |i. a „» a . •• Pr-nuer 

llpmlllnn Br'^-e * ■ 1 Prealon Ea*t Dom* 3T* 3 73 3 TI 

• inaard Brr>''h |4 t*< I QllHMlHB 

trpeerlat ml 1 •. ,,1 , San finroniti 4 h 4 * n * ’% 

lainfl'i’ 4a*i«p| 1.1 H»n*1nr Rnufli <n T* Tk 

•n'ernai >•(-•' ■•••..•* p . ^ rr ,« Siierrltt-Oonton ... «J * n 

fn Viriil ** *«' , Biieap Cf**k .. •Wti 

i"'*Tn«Mhh-l »«• -oleum ’« *, aai,|S»tm» .. !!J 

I ak* nf (he Wood* y* y* | Illaroe «• 

Mam- t-.f — . Bl*d*n Malaflic . 

Mao'* t-.f PM |» Sleep Hoc a 7 «' * ,n 

Maaaav.Mam. ram a «r 9tur**m. B 

u. #v.tf*re«a ntet , f'libUPT M»n .... ^ ' 

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^ * : iSltaiu. :•« 



•Mat* Bala 

OIL* 

Anaconda , 

Anglo-Canadian 
A P Con 

BrUiab Dominion . v 
I C A t Coro 

1 | Cal inon i 

; Common ....... 

Common a rail h ..... 

Dalhouak* 

l>* i* Pair 

real Cr*« 

1 t Fnotnilt* 

! | Hume Oil 

irj 

MrDoucail Bat ur . . 
,i Motif/ 

* National Prie 

Ok a! (a ...... 

Pacalla 

pat in, - nzr~- ... 

Roval Canadian . .. 

I Rn>aMr 

Uni'xd O i l ■ . — -TT-rr 

j Vanalui ... , 

Vulean 

I MINES 

Ba ■ onrie CoV * 
Rralamr .... 

b n x cmp» ; , 

j Cariboo fluid .... 

| Den ton la 
! Oaor«e Cnpprf 
linlrnnrla 
Or, IK Pr ll 

| flrand' tea .. 

Orull Wi»,k.pr 

I Hed|r-, Ma-cot 

! I*nd Mnun'atn 
j Krwitrn*-' Bei'r 
, P»*i6t ftirkrl 
P*nd Orri l* 

I Pioneer 

| Premier B' -der ... 

, Premier 
j Pr'*»«e*r 
Qu at linn Cooper 
n**,fj McDonald 
Brno 

BJiern Creak 
•ilbael; Pr*n.te> ,... 
Ta-|.,- Br d*e ... 

! Willlnctnn 
Ymir v*nk 
, MlfCKLI AN^OI a 
I Caoiial *»!«!*• 

' Cr>*-' Brene-te* 
j Dnned Dc.uU*r» 



F—r Market 



Tlie.Ne prices sre .obtained daily 
j from the offfrr nf the DorplnUm 
Government Poultry Product-s In- 
spection Service. Victoria. G 2492 
To producer: 

Grade "A” large 21> 

Grade "A" medium r I 21 

Grade “A" pulleta 21 

To wholesalers; 

I Grade "A" large S3 

Grade “A ' medium .. .T 

I Grade *' A" pulleta ...... 2T 



A boar trip to Discovery Lsland 
»a* enjoyed bv a group of 29 boy 
and girls last Wednesday afternoon 

< JiilH-M- Slorirw lo 
Hr I Irani Ovrr t-JVI . 

Chme.'.e-born Dr Le.'lie G. Kil 
yorn, formerly of the Canadian Le- 
gation in China will reveal to list- 
eners Interesting (acts about China 
a* it Is tod ay,- over CJVI at 4 30' 
.o'clock Sunday aTtcinoor The talk 
Will be pert of a programme entitled 
’Til the Spot Ugh L.' which will al*o 
’feature Rosa Pratt, one ol Canadas 
leading concert pianists; song* by 
Alya I >1 and Chaile* Jordan, and' 
mush ,y Lucio Agostini and his 25- 
ph-ce .orchestra The programme it. 
a C B.C production. 

wot ui < dm im i ( oartooL 

EDMONTON. July 13 -CP'— Tl.e 
Alberta l.nprtock Co-operative ves- 
rerdav pw.-.Ned * resolution at It* hi»- , 
nual mee'utK p»kinc that all export i 
-4*<M»tDil ot meat be continued in the | 
C'anadlwti Mrai Board lnr two \ e«rs i 
alier the war 'etui* Today direc- 
tor.'. met and plected officer* 

Hugh W Alleiv of Hualloti was 
re-elected president;. R M Mac- • : 
Crlmmon. of Fort Saskatchewan, 
was elected vice-president and C 
P Hayex, of 8<ronre new ly -elected 
director, wa* named third member 
nl the exerutivr Fred McDonald 
nf Mirror, wa.. elerred advisory 
member 

WINNIPEG. July 13 iC8> - The 
body ot 13-vear-otri WilUaai Boro- 
dey.WH?: discovered near Wtnaipcg 
Bench, 54 mile* north of here, yes- 
terday Police believe the boy w-ns 
.•truck by a motorist 



Recital 
i Club itiary 
Red Whit*. Rlua , 

I Red While Bill* ' 
Musi? Later* 

M04H- La«ri* 

Mutlc Lover* 

Music Lover* 

Don Metier 
Pr#if«< • i 
Attekn a Serenade 
hbi *r*> - 
Intermerio 
tniermeaao 
Dr Roa-eP 
Nea» Rom Uup _ 

8 all , i hesxuon 
8 «1N« -BoaMotk 
Fa-hionv tn Bor* 

Kaatiioaa ta Sons 

Nr.wv 

Magic laiand 
Brr water Br,» * 
Brunei Boy 
1 Night Train 
Southland 8it»«m * 

Money Oo Round 
Mu»ie 'Salon 
Parliament Hill 
Waltftlme 

We Hr time 

Y M CA 

llui* Bona 

Lee Btmv 

Ne* 

BtarllaM 

Orctierua 

Orrn*vtra 



‘ Eventide 

Sollloouv 
8 x IlitlUU* 

Muilr FrOm-Pa.-mc 
Mu»ir Prom Pa, !fte_ 

Vewi 

World AfTan- 

Three Son* Trio 
l*r »nu- hlterlml- 

I Ne*' Phllpnlt 
N« a • RoundUb 
(Orctieatr* 
nretievtr* 

Ot e*u* 
ordie.,tra. -Vu 
Orthetita 
OrrJie«tra Ne*» 



Ifiarry Moor* 

I Oarrv M oie 
ler k rnnv Tbrarrr “ 

' BklPBT Theatre 
| I L*» e a M.’vicr* 
Pr»»* Olub 
Ignarait,'* Pav* 

<_ tani'i v" ' P*v» 

I Charles Rur lie 
Oiarle* Rust'*- 
I IAerv|«e lo Front 
. Acr Lire '* Print 

I r >* Sltl V 1 1 a I 

I N- * s % RotlT,dut' 

I W-vl,|i,*>n|. R,' |*’ I 

3ay l! With Muuc 

I W i inderte 

WaU»> Anger* on 

Pa in Ob; Him?- 

h, a • for Alaala 



. none Nearwael 
t un# o n 
, Muuc Shop 
1 r ,— f. i., 0 . aatoo 
! The Thin M»n 

'Tn, Thin Man 

T W It I mugh rim* 

[ Pur long I' '-u» 

1 The World 
-*♦-,0.11-0 
I Kens 
f Mel, -die* 
Koiianbor* 

Pam P*»* 

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1 Evening Reienea 
1 Orrheslra 



IlHX-tM k« 

Morning - Ktat i Jugi Aoou’ Tim- 
> IS t^t , 0*1 loceuie, J SO —he*;, V 
Ymr Harden » lj t ou**rC^bt*>a 
Melody Capttile* .0 4A Neas Rjllrtin lb 
Timely Trick* lb 15 On the Mom* Profit 
to 3". Set) 1 b 4V Pen > Ma on 11 W ill 
Peeder. 11 IS UlUe Sho* II 10 he* . 
12 .Afternoon Hula Time. (I 15 Mjm<- 



Radio Highlight.* 

a an p m — Walttllmr HOMO 
•“'em — Tkal Bremater' J»i. 
_ till. 

7.30 pm — sklppr Theatre. KIRn 
a *" p m -AdHtggi. « ns 
* A0 e m —Music Iron the farlSr 

t BK 

a ,*> p m _ f MCA Proaramme 

cjvi. 

to no p m —Magic Hour H JR 



for Modern# J.' lb Vr and Bad-, t Rntfl 
, cl tl, ll, Phi.-,' Money Man IVJ 

j Tii* ijO/d'ier, I I Re>1 W' ll» *nd Bl ir 
J Srs, ; jO It, f’lfl V ei J t' I ...* 
Who Ser'e J M-Ml.ee 1 Ifl H 4 

N-sx 4 JO hea TtOUl.d ,,, 4 4> Tib Axil 
d,er*. s Vficie Bert S I > 8nuar rs!,™vier» 
"'mix. a Nea ■ a jn p.ann « a tr . )• 

0 4, UiMetj Club, 7 N.cii> Tram, 7 1" 
Mustr in the Au -T I ' Bomethln* lo 
Think Ahosil * Slro, k IS Treasure 
Trail 4 in Ain-. in nf Yej.etday. 9 l^l. -r 
Prrwre.siL* a. 7b Cesali-ade «f Mittie 
A 4N Nea > 10 W eaver i f Dream' lb IS 

- s,. tore **•**- W...O Le ys. 

11 Bldmbar Tin.e +1 l> 

1 ‘JOB — am- at 

Mornina — N**- a. Home Servua Bros 

* 15 Br.iene a I0. S' it It, 9 Kras 

• ti All 'in Fhir, » 70 To*#, Crier 

9 .4 <\ _ltu.:j»',i« ll-sd. ,n mi Ii Vmir 
of SI'inOrj 10 30 Nisi. IOC Fa-hioi,. 
>n Music, it. Ration Ra.nhi* u id 
Mil ir P’11 ll 4.'. After iooi. Tu ne- Li 
Nr*,. 17 30 I* t. (I |J4 j ?“!' • 

Volte. | Dr,i4i, for Worn*" I iv BM- 
Sit Wife l « Br- , 3 H»Ion 

B-rtUC 3 W N*M*s * A SA",#I l Coil ll, - 
3 tl F.n,|ur- y. ■ c* 3 10 Carl t l U ' 4 



|Ol!»e Rsrher 
1 1’oi’sunter » O ii* 

I Walter Comploo 
komoitiie* 

i 8 'e »ta 

Bleu* 

I Feces and Plarr# 

Bins Ciod» 

| Top Time* 

Neat ^na Music 
Island Melodies 
Home Edition 
Musical Maime* 
Johnson family 
I Piilmn Lewis, Jr 
I M-rrv Mnont 
World s Front Pat* 
' Club I 70fl 
I Seas 
Superman 
Tom Mia „ 

I^CJ o r don Burk* 

I Gabriel Hiattar 
8 cr#*n T*»t ‘ • . 
Double or Nothin* 
Double or No thint 
fm> Ruffner 
I ,’**11 I Lome# 
Luna H * . »er 
l^ne Ranger 
| Daf at Fieht 
Datr at tight 
1 Name That Bona 
1 Name That 8 r>n« 

| Ne a. 

Ibula JAksauigr 

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Atjir Qumi 
| Carol Carter 
Oman Monas 
' H’riaduaf tu nas 
I Itmada *< Er he*- 
j N't> 

| Music t«i Night 
Oanr* Band 
Denre Band 



M- Perkin 4 |N Life Can 8- Beaulirut 
It' Over <*9' Sea- 4 4.A Rauch Hon a. 
■ Mia, I W# Wall!' TIE TIM* Osl' ' 10 
CCf V*a ■ tr Sr* K « Slant tr», 

* 15 TTiaf Riea.trr H,*> a 1 b Clar-'i 
fnirilr 7 Cir- ir»lt* 7 lb N»s, a Rare 
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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY. JULY I t. 1944 



Tommy Tucker 
i Beat Airmen, 5 



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CALGARY. July iJ «CPi 



By SID THOMAS 



WE SALUTE THE 
SENIOR GOLFERS 

Tbr "grand daddies of the fair- 
way*, those estimable gentlemen 
»ho comprise the' membership of 
♦he Seniors' North iCest Golf As- 
aociaiiort have long since ahown 
their Uitereat in the war effort in 
a tangible way— by mating dona- 
llona to war charities 

Each year since ihe start of hos- 
liblieji the association has mad** 
valuable contributions to some war 
charity. In 1040 the American mem- 
ber* donated 12 326 to the Ambu- 
lance Fund, and the following year 
MOO. lit the form of six individual 
aubv.riptlon* from members, wjls 
R iven to the Miiiitwffpm Fund. 
In 1942 the M»ik lor Kniatri Fund 
received a donation of $750. and in 
194.4 donations of $250 each were 
made to the Red Cross. Chinese War 
Relief and British ChUd War Vic- 
tims Fund 



Homer* by Andrew* and kriui«-«|\ 
Deride Fix lure — Soldier* ^ in 



HOW THEY STAND 



on balls and crossed the platter on 
a p a.-och pall and Moncur's error. 
Short .-cores 

First game— R H E 

R C A F 010 030 0 -4 5 2 

Tommy Tuckers 100 200 2—5 9 3 

Batteries Crlmbie and Green- 

berg BULsborough and J Kenned 
Second game— R H E 

Army . . 000030 0—3 -* — »- 

Navy 000 100 0—1 3 2 

Batteries • Martin and Grunlc. 
Ross and Worsley. Wilson 
Umpires Murray Armstrong and 
Henry HaTFis 



NATIONAL 



R.C.A.F. 9 7 2 

Army 9 6 3 

Douglas Tire 9 5 4 

Tommy Tucker's a 4 4 

Nary 9 2 6 

R.C.A.F. •'Blue* - ’ 7 I * 

LAST NIGHT'S SCORES 
R-f'.A.F. 4. Tommy Tucker 1 * 5. 
Army 3. Navy 1. 



In one of the best twin bills of the 
season played before a fair-sized 
crowd, the improving Tommy Tuck- 
er's nine came up with a seiu*a/lonal 
laxt-inning rally 
R C A K . 5 to 4 



U> score ovpr the 
while The Army 
entry, taking advantage of two costly 
Navy errors defeated the sailors 3 
to 1 

A speedy, hustling fastball team 
wearing the colors of Tommy Tuck- 
ers came through with a storybook 
finish to hand The league-leading 
R C A K Ihrir second defeat or the 
season Trailing by one run and 
wi'h two men out, things looked 
pretty black indeed for Junmy 



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CHICAGO. July 13 bV -A n 
five. norAlbly four, two 

Old.- W ill battle for $60 87.’i i 
Arlington Futurity on Satin'd 
Ihe emallcst held ;or Dial 
event m 15 years 
*■ T'he speedy Free For All at 
‘•tablejuatf Error d, owned by 
Mflrsrh C'lit* iso contractor. f 
enrd a majority of Ihe owners 
starting fJinr thoroughbreds 
field originally numbered 163 

Ln a preview of the Futtui 



Margaret Bell Ryan, who has broken many Canadian and foreign high- 
lumping records, is now a riveter, bucker and htter in the Boeing plant 
in Vancouver. B.C. With Ethel Cathetwood she holds the Canadian 
senior record of five feet three inches. At the British Empire Games in 
London she captured third place in the high jump, and repeated »t the 
Women's World Game*. 



Total <hanty contribu- 
tions from ihe a-vociation amount 

to $4,426 

Ar the time for the 22nd annual 
tournament to be held at the wi- 
girted Oak Bay course on August 
14 15. 16. 17 and 18 gradually ap- 
proaches. we find that the Seniors 
Northwest Golf Association plans 
to continue its donations to war 
charities On the front of the offi- 
cial pi utii *:um* U * hie m ****** By 
order of the board ot governors, 
token prize* only will be awarded 
* >d the amount saved will be given 
to war efforts. 

The me-.' age |* self -explanatory 
In fad it lell* better and In fewer 
word, what the membership is doing 
more than any long oratory by this 
scribbler. 

We feel that the members of the 
Seniors’ North wed Golf Associa- 
tion are douig a highly coipmenflT 
able work, and selling a grand ex- 
ample for other a.-j,orlntlon» to fol- 
low We pause and say Well done 
gentlemen Keep up the wood work ' 



<iain Rrru^nilinn 
In Boxing Ralinir« 

WASHINGTON .July 13 ' V —Joe 
Rale- 1 of V'llkr- -Bnrre Pa and Ike 
William. 



Batfrrie-. -oro\ e, Haynes 



Turner. Cast n m <4 

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NfiiW YORK 



luc--dnt Hie Marscli puL- r»n one- 
nso with tin* &< .stern challenger. 
Flood Town. finishing -tluwl--*. — 
■Supporters nr both Interest- con- 
tend that the additional distance of 
Saturday * race, six furious* instead 
of five arid one-half will benefit 
both Flood lowm and the Marsch 



George Kurowskl hit his 12th 
homer of the season In the second 
inning and Rav Sanders got his sixth 
in the sixth inning R h F. 

Cincinnati 000 01 1 0(10 00 2 6 0 

St Louis - oioooi onn 01 1 9 n 

Butteries Konst an tv and Mueller; 
Jurlsich and W Cnr.per 



rifle hit to centre and* by dint u! 
some amazing running completed 
the circuit to knot the count. 
Johnny Kennedy, the loops premier 
backstop, then smashed a drive '0 
the .same field for another hojne run 
and tile oall game 
Tucker * moved Into a momentary 
lead in the first when MtLellan. on 
second after hLs single and a pas.i*d 
ball, counted on Andrew* 



JUlv 13 .Pi New 
York Yankei* end Boston Red 801 
spin their American League twin 
bill tnci.ii . the Yankee* winning the 
oprnrr. 4-2. and the Red Box cop- 
ping the nightcap. 8-4 before 14 626 
paving ciiMomrnv 

Yank Terry held the Yankees to 
six hit* in thg second gam*, giving 
up all the run.* yo two homer* by 
Nick KUen and Johnny Linden to 
retain sreond place for the Red Hoy. 
The victory was Terry's third 
straight after having lost his first 
six start* 

Big Ennr Bunlum won the first 
game for the Yankees with a six-hit. 
pitching |ob 

First Game R H R 

Boston lino non noo 2 a n 

New York . non 301 oox ^ g n 

Rat lerte*- Barrett R\p» r|» and 
Partee Bonham and Henuley 
Second Game R H F 

Boston 041 100 002 -§ n 0 

New York OOO 300 010 -4 6 1 

Batteries Terry 1 and Wagner. 
Honald. Lyons <2* and Garbark 



bowekl 'll, Si hler 'ft 1 , Si 

and Rtce. Valdlvtd *6*. 

FIFTH STRAIGHT WIN 
JERSEY CITY. NJ Ju 
Newark a fa* l- moving Bear* tonight owner of r 
handed Jersey CltyS.s Little Giant* The own. r 
a 8-4 delta' to record heir fifth ond will r 
straight li’ternauoiiMi L-ague vi. loiy going 10 t 
and their rwGMJi triumph in thru , fourth 
la. 1 14 game* RUE 

Newark 003 'M2 200 H 13 1 

Jersey City 102 100 000 4 5 3 ''ill 1*1 

Batteries Bevrn* and Drcrchet. 

Menu. McAlarney 8* and Stephen- 
son. 

ERROR DEC IDES GAME 

Mr *NT fl *•: f ’ A; 

■ 1 • ' , 

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winning run in the eighth inning 
here tonight a* tlie Royals *qup*ted | w 

out a win over the Buffalo Bison* 
by a score of 3 to 2 I J 

R H E ' ¥ 

Buffalo .. .000 '102 000—2 4 1 4 

Montre.il _. 000 000 21x-3 7 0 « 

Batteries— Wilson and Semtnick. | 

Warren and Andrews 
AMERICAN 
ASSOC IATION 



AMERICAN 



LEAGUE 

CLEVELAND. July 11 V -drr- 
land Indians divided a douhle- 
headei with Die American League- 
leading St Louie Brown* tonight, 
the Rrnwnir winning the nocturnal 
contest 4-1 in t Jir- tenfh inning 
after the I nlje lied taken the opener, 
6-5 Nelson Potter went all the 
way for St Lnuu, granting *e\rn 
hits. 

In the opener the Tribe pounded 
three Brownie hurler* for 15 hits, 
includh.g five doubles and Roy Cul- 
lenblnes imide-the-park home run 
his tenth of the season AlMc Rey- 
nolds gained hi* tenth triumph 

■First Game- F K IT 

St Louis ... 000 121 100 5 9 1 



SEATTLE July 13 4*- -Turning 
j five hits into five run* in the first. 

| inning Seattle roas'ed to an 8-to-4 
! victory over Hollywood in their Pa- 
| rtflr Coast League baseball game 
j to: jglit Ii was a wild first inning 
I all Die way around with Hollywood 
• B<TUhr three 01 l'j. runs in i!> half 
on three singles, two errors and 
, Ken Richardson* triple 

The result left Seattle in third 
1 place in the close pennant race and 
left the series standing 2-1 in favor 
of Hollywood 

Hal Turpin was the victim of 
Hollywood's three-run opening 'in- 
ning. and Frank Tlncup went In as 
a ptneh-hirter for him and then 
relieved him on the mound 
Earl Escalante was the victim of 
the Rainier*' first -inning outburst 
He retired in favor or Cliff Huf- 
ford with only one out and four run* 
j scored on four hits R H E 

Hollywood 300 000 001 - 4 12 2 

Seattle 520 010 OOx— 8 13 3 

Batteries Escalante. Hufford «!». 

I Harrki • 5 • and Hill; Turpin Tlnrup 
I «2* and Spin del. 

\NGELS TRI1 Mi’ll 
h LOB ANGELES July 13 r . - 
I After yielding only five hits to las 
, Angeles. Pitcher Guv Fk tcher threw 
wild to third tn the last of the ninth 
. allowing Eddie Sauer to were arid 
give the Angel*, a 3-tn-j mm over 
Sacramento tonight The Solotu 
fiad been trying for their fourth vie- 
torv in the scrlr* R H E • 

Sacramento 000 lot 000 2 8 I 

Lw Angelr-. 00O 002 001- .1 5 ] 

Bstterir* Fletcher and Skinn ; 
Cornelias and Fernandes 
BEAYERS C.O I NDER 
PORTLAND Ore July 13 T 
The Ran Frsn^L-'ro Scab swamped 
the Portland Beaver. 1 - 7-2 tn a Pa- ! 
ctfic Coast league gpme here to- 
night after the B>a<ers took a 1-0 
lead tn the first inning R H E 
Ban Franeiacn 042 000 000- 7 It 2 
Portland toojnoooo 2 S 1 

Batteries Rnyce and Sprtn.* 
Cohen Windsor > 4 ■ Ott -6- and 
Adams 

OAKS 1 KOI N ( E r MIKES 

OAKLAND. July 13 4' -First- 

place Oakland blasted II runs off 
Jnr Valenzuela in a wild fifth in- 
1, mg to rout thr San Diego Padres 
13-3. in the pat iflc Coast League to- 
night 

The Oak. coonng from behind, 
collected veven r-lnglex and Il‘ e 
walk* pff the Latin right-hander in 
the_/tfth while the Padre*, muffl'd 
the bail for three error* RHP. 
San Diego 020 I 10 000 J |] 

Oakland 100 0> It • I 00* 13 13 1 , 

Ra'tene* Valeniruela Dojore fl> 
and Salketd Long and D.rrji. 
Fenwch 



William.* moved u p to the logical 
! contender" category in the light- 
weight division, following Champion 
1 Juan ZuriU of Mexico end Chal- 
! lenders Boh Mrmtgomerv Philndrl- 
phto iiud Beau Jack of the Armv, 
ui the NBA ratine 
The lating: of July 7 

Heavyweight* Champion Joe 
1 Louis. Army: logical contenders. 

Billy Conn attd Jimmy Blvtn*. both 
1 in Army, outstanding boxers. Joe 
Baku Mello Rettlli* Army: Lrr Sa- 
1 void Maritime Service Tsml MnU- 
rlello New York. Lee Q Murray, 
"onnei ■linn and Joe Maxim Army 
Light- heavyweight Champion, 
Gw Lesnevlch. Coast Guard: logical 
contender. Uoyd Marshall Cleve- 
land. and FYeddle Mills. England 
Middleweight* Champion Tony 
ZaJe. Navy. Inglenl contenders, 
George Abrams. Navy Holman Wil- 
liam* Detroit Jake La Motta. New 
York’ Ton' Martin Cnn.-tguard; Joe 
Carter. New York, ond Jose Basora. 
Puerto Rieo 

Welterweight* Chahvpton Fred- ( 
die Cochrane, Navy; logical contend - I 
er Ray RoOllf»oii New York, and 
California Jackie WtUon Arni\ 
Liglitwelglit* Champion, Juan I 
Zurltn. Mexico logical rontrnders 
Bob Montgomery Philadelphia. 
Beau Jack Armv. and Ike William.* 1 
Trenton. NJ 

Fcatheperlght.- Champion. Sal , 
Raft'd, i, Maritime Sen ice. logical I 
ronlender* Willie Pep Cooitei tlrul 
and Chalky Wright Lz*.*. Angeles 
Bantam weight.* Champion Man- 1 
,|C1 Orttr California, logical con- 
tenders. Rush Dalma. Philippines 1 
Tom Oliver* California 
Flyweight' Champion Jackie 
PalKrsOh Er gland; logt'al con- | 
tenders, petrr K*nr. Alex Murpliv 
Vornl an Lewi and George Park* all ‘ 

ot England 



double 

over second Flyer* tied It up In the 
second when fiwgrhonr got a life on 
Ft rat Baseman Ftndlay* error to 
snore after a sacrifice and Land 
hit to left 

Again tn the fourth Tuckers went 
Into the lead when « aingle b\ El- 
lerton was followed by Findlay* 
double, both runner* coming in ax 
Centre Fielder Meany allowed the 
baJl to go through him 

The Airmen came storming back 
In the fifth to put acraxs three run* 
and go into the lead for the first 
time. Degrow went to Mm on a 
ftelder's cJiotec. advanced to second 
on Mareotte'a safety Swerhone 
tapped a pal] to Pitcher Blllsbor- 
oiigh and the throw to first hit the 
runner on the head bounding toward 
the bleachers Whejj the smoke had 
cleared away two runners had 
scored and Swerhone 
on third, 



HERO'S I Nf l.ES 
KNOWN HERE 

Major John KeeJer; Mahon)!" of 
New Westminster, home of the fam- 
ous Salmon bellie* one of the best 
known name* in Canadian sports 
circles, ha.s been awarded the Brit- 
ish Empire's highest award for valor 
on thr field of psttle-ihe coveted 
Victoria Crows. 

While few Victorians may know 
the 2.1- year old Canadian soldier, 
••Id -I liners in lacrtw.se circles will 
recall hi* two uncle*. John Mahony, 
Provincial Government, agent *t 
Vancouver until hi* retirement some 
years ago. and the late Tim Mahony. 
John Mahony was field captain of 
tlie Salmonbellles, well-remertiberrd 
lacroa.se teom. tn the days when Vic- 
toria had a e.enlor team and when 
W H Moresby. KO, tlie Cullln 
brother*. ‘ Biddy" Goward and Sian 
Peek were in (hep prime Tim Ma- 
hony was trainer for manv team* 
that visited Victoria 



Benefit Carnes 
At Beaeon Hill 



roninl and Pede n « team* will be 
announced later 



WIN RY DEFAULT 

Unity* women's Ja*thall nine won 
bv default from the C W A C. last 
ntght at CcntnU Park 



wa?. resting 
to rount a minute later 
after Meany skied to Andrews Tlie 
score remained 4 to 3 until two were 
out In the lad Inning, providing Ihe 
jetting for Andrews and Kennedy to 
enact ( hero's role 

For ,hc second successive night 
of league play the fun* *aw n hurler 
pitch a losing oTie-hu ball game and 
this time “Burt" Rfw*. of the NAVJr 
nine was the unfortunate victim 
Two cos f I \ error* bv Ms trammale* 
were wrapped around ihe lone Armv 
safety and two wild ptlrhca tn the 
fifth inning allnwed 'the soldiers tn 
shove over three run*, enough 'o 
win a* Martin held the sailor* tn a 
Mn'ffle counter and three hits 
The Navv look a one-run lead in 
the fourth when Rockford heal nut 
a bunt tn reach first Sutherland, 
soldier firsi sicker, dropped the 
throw on Moncur* bunt and tn the 
ensuing mix-up Ro, kford w ent all 
the wav around Thereafter, Navy 
could do little with the offerings 
of Martin but proceeded tn hand Pulling aw*v front their nppn- 

the game to the Army lit the next pent* In the third and fourth pert- 
Iranie Bainmv Kennedy opened odx. Murdie. defeated fame* Bnv 
with a triple scored when short- 11 -5. in a juvenile bbxla fixture last 
Mop made ,< wild heave on Hotness night a 1 Blevenxnn '* Memorial Park 
ground * II Hnlne.«,s movingjn *ec- Halftime score w;u* 3-2 for the evrn- 
ond Raw uncorked two wild pltc>ie f tual winner* 

in a row to end Hoine.v, over with Jones Jain** Bus paced the 

the winning run After two were scorer*- with four goals with Ell is 
out the Army added another for and Clark each netting thflee 
good measure Grunlc drew a base markers 



»***‘i-l t liiMlrni 

The annual benefit gnu 
homeies*. British children 
s'agert tomorrow at the green 
Victoria Lawn Bowling C 
Beacon Hill Thr afternoon 
will commence at 2 :io o'cloc 
the evening game billed fi 
o'rlni k 

With pros per if of mnunu 
weather and the Victoria *t 
excellent ■ *9)011 ion officials 
host elub are looking forwai 
large turnout of Greater 1 
bowler* Tlie competition I 
to club member* and vlalto: 
with two greens In full plsv 
number of plavers can be acc 
dated All competitors are a 



MINOR E \*>TR Al l. 

Boilerinafci is defeaien K V * 5-3. 
in an under 15 juvenile fasthwii fix- 
hire plaved Iasi night at Central 
Park. * title at Victoria WeM Park, 
Boilermaker.' under 17 elub turned 
b*/ k Oak BAy Trojans 12-4 



Cwrnp and Ch. 



SPECIAL! 

ASCH RECORDS 



bia.M Shnnkllli 'I * H* 
per • 9 > and Jordan M 
Sr* ij ame 
Bt Paul INN) : 

Kajimia CTiv jrm ( 

Balterlr.'- - Sttlli, r v 1, , 
John.vm and Jordan , 
First r 

IsiuiAvillr non ( 

Toledo ... . 100 ( 
Batteries- Denizen 1 
tselnant* and 
Seeoim g-,«n 
Louisville 
Toledo 



know jack Biiai ion. manager of 
the Flagles Ra.,rlr»ll Club, know of 
hit ability a* a pianist Stratton, in 
hi* pare lime loves to Ijrklr the 
Ivorir*. and 1* just *j- adept a» play- 
ing ihe pun') as he i» at piloting 
a baseball dub And moat fan* must 
admit he 1* doing a good job man- 
aging the lodgenieii Rm not all 
of the talent apart from ba.%ebnll m 
Hvc Fugles camp belongs to Manager 
.lack Stratton Toad Garnet hus- 
tling flrr,t sacker and one of the 
youngest player.- in the league 1* a 
flrat-cla.xa vocalist Perhaps when 
the Eagle* stage Eagles* Night 1 at 
Roval Afhleslc Paik Manager Ja« k 
Ht ration will plus Um* piano and 
“Toad" Garnet « ill render a *olo 
W** venture a numbei nf t }ir tans 
W'Hild like to gee and hear the duo 
In action . Armv will romr up 
with a band new hurler tomorrow 
when they stack ftp wgainM the 
Navv He 1* Tony Mai>e formerly 
of Regina, who I* reported *0 be a 
hrM-rlas* .southpaw Heavily set 
Molse pulls the sealer down to 215 
pounds, and If he live* up to advance 
report', will prove quite an a**et to 
♦ hr oldler club A personal note 
to SejgeanL Brian Forster. RCAF 
baseball coach Ha» PO George An 
drew* ever been given a tjvout with 
Hie baseball team A natural a'hle’e 
and a lop-flight fas'batl player. An- 1 
drew* should make good in the 
Fivers’ mjtflrld It certainly would 
he worth a trial, at least that * me 
wav we see it Army a. chief prob-*| 
lern a' ijir moment L* getting • re- 
placement for Lieut Doug Peden 
flrgt bn*eman and former roach of , 
the elub. Ray Casey trim plaved a 
lot of baseball in civilian life before ' 
enlisting and was one AT mw Top I 
third basemen In the eity 1* -looking , 



12-liKh Boogie Wo.- one Piano 
nrrording.'. placed bv Marv Lou 
Williams 

ROM. ’EM 

MARV S BOOGIE *0%O4> 

DRACi EM 2 

LITTLE JOE 

ST MM IS HI. I ES ,A< H 

U LLARV OF LEAVES 1 



H H E 

on nio OHO- 8 17 I 
030 000 200 5 7 I 
Wedmar. Johnroti • 7 1 
Iter* 8* . Miller. Brown 
H Seinooth 9* and 



1 Believe It or Not! 



Fit and Style 
Guaranteed 



[KEENER- 

CLEANER 



SHAVt 



INTERN A riONAI 
LLAIil E 

TORONlo lid 
Mufitalka.* pjt/Jiec 
Le.f • lo sT?) \ K i. 
Red Wings in an Ii 
bail Lf^gu' eanie 
wa.*. his second 
Rotlieater ax;d hp 



S LINKED 

E6(3rS 

LklOfY AMEN 
0 wn«) by • 
Mgs C KAMgA 
4tia*vta, 

6a 



R"> al Cana- 
in hi » MrOavir, 
at fu*val 4Uv- 



Cn-grove . Miiargik, 



swLi:r not hi e mi 

SYRACUSE Juiv I 



KENNETH 

HILL 

Lrt>g» io*7, Ten n 

WALWE0 ON 
THE HONEST 

STILTS IN 
THE W 0 «L 0 



Sinkuirh Rejected 

CLEVELAND July 13 V -• 
Frankie Sinkwich. former University 
ot Georgia Ali-Amrricar football 
pla\<r, wa* merfed for military 
■^rvlfi# today, the army induction 
rent re reported 

Smkwich. a member of ihe Detroit 
Linn* professional football team, had 
been honorably discharged from 
both the Marine Corps and the 
maritime at r vice for physical rea- 
sons. . 



hod 



d AUdRiOT ^o\<rnor.fV9 

WHO BUILT The BASTHE- 

bMS tm* first prisoner combined m it 1 

Aao At fMi Faaoa twr BASTUf 420 years Lana 
Twe LAST Fai son ■ Rill ASf Of «0A» It WAS 
Count Hpomcs d'AuomoT the Last Pevct*;** 

— O* TM* AU'LbfW 

ALL YEBTERDAY B ITEMS SELF - EXFLAN AT (JRY 

Piepaa adcreu all queries to Carbuonut Rjpiey, cu K.i.g reaijirea. 
New York City. N Y. 



iflUar-bv sweeping a double 
tomgli, 4 f and 1 4-« 

First game f 

Baiumoie 0}f) j 

S»racuttf *7 insToio OOO 0 
Batlerle.*, — Wry and Lollar 
end and P‘re a 
Bee ond game f 



B rnnifFhi w 



ramp 



Bantrvti "Paaco. Br.nr*# 



Coffman 









Business and Professional Directory, Want Ads 



Che Sferflp ffblmtfart 



« n .MHAL DIRECTORS 

(Continued) 



14 TRACKERS WANTED 

t Continued! 



S3 BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



14 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



44 FOR SALE — MISCELLANEOUS 

iCtBUBUi4l 



40 FOR SALE— SUSCELLANEOUS 

(Continued i 



DOUBLE SERVICE 
IN WANT 

ADS -a.- 



Continued 



THOMSON FUNERAL HOME 
buoiianed tm r.fm.ru «l Wiobism 
l4iy A**l*t*m - Mi nab all Electric Orgen 
l«34Quadra Street . Facnc O 3413 



H igh school teacher wanted 

• WKlUM to •••eh cgnuifmil ind to 
fftfU* pliFftirol Apply fSoervitry. 
iMilmslt ScfKwi Hoard. Lampion direct 
School. E-Mjuinia’l BC 



rtSNAC * REPAIRS 

T’LnffACEiT^RE P A 

• ora a ) Coin phou« 



HAHO— WILLIAMS A SONS t'PRIOin 
•A* •]• Mason alter 1 pill 



joyal anne supet cherries- pic* 

' vourrelf A.h*rt . McCarthy Phnna 

>aiiug 3 1 ' M 

ItMINOTON ifTAHHARH 10 TYrf! 
* * filer MU Plioi e R 0*14 

^6«BtH~STAMP6 0UTcKAT DIOOONS 



l WILL ALLOW TOP VALUE HOB 
poor present plana on ■ new Wiijia 
U Plano*. 745 Vie* O 3ilJ. 



Tno canla a word rath 
a weed a week. witty a m 
• ovda. eaab with order. No 
•"■'P Ud for lata than Ur 



E'NJOl REAL POOT COMFORT WITH 

* ' tciantiffe featherweight arch support* 
India idualiy Stud to rour need* rteaa 

• ad fallro arrhaa cauta moat loot and Uaib 
ailment* Your f»et ara an »>>et to 
health. don’t neglect them Perfect earn- 



r BENCH POLISHING 



PEACIIKn 



WANTED POfl It IRAL 
* achoot. nne room Salary 1 1000 per 
annum Appir Secretary, North Cowiehan 
School Board. Crofton. B C 



>ou ctn trlftfcra yar rsafri e< 
*tH ai your cUuifiM stXdrtiidmsrus 
lo Th* Cclor.il. Resort arc eMen 



URNITORS MODERNIZED. COLOR 



U. Floral Wor* Artistically Designed 



w« (to* cur Bpnii Brown’* Victoria 



MALL 



74J Yataa 6tire L 



NY PLORAL DESIGNS at lowaatprlcaA I JJUr 



Cowiehan School Board. Cawuhau 



P»r iiimiioa Each additional .Juta. lie 

na.lr. 

Deal ha, Funeral Notice*. not exreedina 
It line*. || Ml flrit insertion. and II *ok- 
>'7u»nt insertion*. Each eddltlonal line 

lit da tip. 

Adteruaar* who dealra mar nave replte* 
■ doretiad to a oo» at The Cotnniyt and 
forwarded to iheir private addrea* a 
eharae tit lOr. I» made for mailing repliaa. 
In thli rateadd three word' 'Box 
colonial i to (hr count for the number of 
• orda 



OED BUGS. ROACHES. PLEAS 
Blfja eaterminauon guaranteed 
mata* fre«. mourner coafldutial 
V'.--or » p..| Ci: n • roi C\ , i ic <J N( 



d'*«« of a£.erti<cr* but a Cbvnii 
oca r\j/r\bei for 1^* scccrrwrodalicn 
c» fhca« Ifdde'3 who lind it mcon- 
»*n<nf le write an answer snd tC 
idrvf thd,»dv«ri fitt b«M|f 

We Will Take Replies 
to Box Numbers Over 
the Telephone 

TN* CdoniYf service a tv* i !*(;■'* 

8 AW. lo 9 RW., caceplmg Sundey* 



,XJR 6ALI 8AT1ERY MMWTEL KADUX 
with feat ter !•• \ruchatie ( iro.'r i er .* 



OlVa Phone number 



TS R B Pollock lilt Douilaa OUII 
ejtHE POSY Mfr.p •» fORT^ STAKE 1 
-* Floral Ulbufe* freah rut flower* aed- 
dina bouuutU. coctagei Fiione O ’.433 



s^nMNo m \c)ifNr»-R*>n a singer 

k ~T’ ' ■ f-.'if I- or rhe ojiu.ih S narr 

Rhnn. 139 Yatei Gt E *11) 



\\ 'ANTED— TEACHER FOR RURAL DIB- 
** trtp- IPhooC Xt Marne niaod. BC 
Addreta to Secretary W V Hiaaiuboitom 



USnUPAIHIC I’Ht >lt IA.SV 



UNCTION RADIO SEI4 V1CS- RADIO Hfc- 
paira b» capert tacnniriah H IB31 



,R VERNON 8 TAYLOR. REQ18- 
tered ana Uceated *01.3-3 Jor.e» 
' » tZi Port Btreri Phone fc mpl» IUJ 



GENERAL HAILING 



1 » AGIO TL'8W» IN STOCK A5 rOLLOtSh 
V i K\ ASAT -ABJC3 4S4J'. BSAO SV4U 
•ic M7 rnrt 



rpilE POSY SHOP. (31 PORT STREET 
* Floral tribute*, frath cut fiowtrt «e< 
dlna bnunuele. co r»a«ea Ph one f Q M73 

FUNERAL DESIGNS 
WtddiLi*. Bcuautu. Coiiatu 
Preih-C ji Flower* Delivared 
WOODWARDS FLORISTS 
413 Pnrt Street 



il MUAIIU.NS VAA.MfcD— 
MALL 



ti. • jnd- hand Mccl-ary oas range 



ESOtTMALT TRAN3PER 

ChU^RtAflfitil 

PL'n.NlTURE MO VINO 
Fuel - Top Br,U _ cindera 

Phone G lilt 



\ \ *f '■ IN RADIO 

’'did Gorge Ba*d 1*>: Repair* at 

re**0!iO!e rn*t e» riper: technician 



I’tTHEFSTONHAUON A CO 
4 Patent! and Trade Mark* 
Office* Throughout Carte* and U S 
M W Pender Vancouver Photie Bee 374* 



\ c C ount ant fully quaufied. 

pait-ume bookkeepma. audita, ineomc 
Ut Rstta rtsaooafela. W M • B :ttt 

A nythi.no in "concrete^ sej^tjc 
■• a tank*, tile drain* Inttal.td. deantd 
ar repaired. . Phone OUR 



'pYPtWfiJj kftb LOR RENT— arTUDENTB, 
• »t>0 per rim dr cri'timerclal is n#r 

ntoerh. ReiB.natoo R*t>a Ltd 414 
Brouahlen Htrert u arden atilt 

\*LUO CASKIPf PAINT -THE HETTER 
’ ■ 

durable 1-lB pam traie eclor* in bula 
Tl - B.anriar.d Co. Ltd- 440 Port Street 
ritone O till 



Phone O MU 



A St’ ELECTRIC CO — Q II Ad ANTI ED 
** radio repair! 0 311) FT Port 

K ENT-ROACH ~ LTD —EXPERT ~RADIO 
earvice be tkiiled terhnlelar.t and the 
mou modern leitina equipment Phene 
rehtl 4tl Yate* Street 



Out-of-town 



reader* of our adseruao- 
tnen't a*k adierttiera to fire addrex •* 
well •* phone number* a* tt t* not •!••?• 
r<«Mibla to communlEb'e throuib tbo 
rnone. 



COMING E^NTS 



MlbCELLANtOl'S 



NY Tractor Work. FJouahint. Clearina. 
hay cutttnt. ate Jewkea E 7177 



N OLD-TIME DANC*. A O F. BALL. 
•»er» Saturday Stewart’* Orehastra 



Any rlaim for rebata on account of eiror 
r-r omtlRon* ami be made «ithin thirty 
r-ae* froen (be daU nf the »*me. other*. »• 
tiaim will not be allowed 



v Art’S PILED. SET. O I'M MET) ETC 
Phone W Cmerr 1S47 Oladttone Are 



RPENTER 13 YEARS’ EXPLRICNCR 
want* odd lob* Phone G 449« 



PERSONAL 

• Continued* 



MM’IP PNAM4! COAL AND WOOD 
r * 4' • • " cabinet rad<n 4M 



l.'tSTIMATEB. INSTALLATIONS AND RE- 
__ Phone Colquita tu»K 
• P YOU UVE IN SAANICH — FOR YOCH 



A MODERN DANCE 

AT SHRINK HALL EVfRY SATURDAY. 
•}, 1 Mu « ,, „ ° r, » » Orcba»tra t FORMER 
SELL BOYS* „0c 

MODERN DANCING 

\ T MACDONALD HALL. PORT STREET 
_ -«y*Ly Saturday nlfht. 9 lo I). 



I,' XPERT ON ALL CARPENTERING NO 
• J job too laraa or too email. Phone 
ColqUiU 34X. a to • p m 



CHECK UP 

ON YOtm OFFICE SUPPLIES 
l^’terhead*. Emelope*. Billhead* 
Ptaicmeotit Ruled Sheet* Etc 
Don t Lea re It Till the latt U.cota 
THE COLONIST * 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT 
• Bleed Street . Vtrtcrta ft 



OU ARE UNDER 74 YEARS OP AOf> 
You can act lif* protection for 113 00 



Ice Petrlotir tr Step Tpur n»d:o to the 
pfnk of Condit on 
DAVID SPENCER. LTD * 

SpectalUU la Sadln Service f 4.41 



AU T ENT 1JXJ4 WITH POUR-POOT 

• all r«il<iul*4 MX 



The Colonial will not be retponttble Iwr 
more than one incorrect inierHan of *ny’ 
• •J‘erti4#mant order'd far oiare than ore 



1 plumb. n*. hyatina and blocara drain* 

call 6,d Ml lien 1 1141. ^ r, , 

/ lUR PLLMBI.no repair shop on 
wheel! to t rjf dnnr »a«et you mpner 
Re (an * Plumbing .Shop O 1*41 and O reai 



i ; ENERAL REPAIRS TEMtNT BASE 

ment. tTfftfwallc*. «n»T&li<s ’ Ei47E 

H AY MOrtlNO WITH FORD TRACTOR 
Ploughing, eic Prompt icrviee t 04B) 

\|A\ 41. WANTS STFMiY WORK 
*"I t-H *)ut>>de Bn* 

4 1 Hi Colmmr 



LI.MBV - PEJdnErtTON WHIG 



I DOCBI4 DAK BOOKKliriNO DESK 

t itryproop tficono uc*x 
I HICORD F1UNO CtlFBt'ARD 

Abnie fquipme • in r«<xt tonrtldon 
PIIONK a MJT on 
CALL at 1311 Gl ADR A ST 
lilCKMAN TV* HARDWARE CO LTD 



IA HAIRDRESSERS AMI 
REALTY SPECIALISTS 



■' A ’-«'»ry Saturday night. 4 lo 13. Pop" 
Oraen * OreheaUA. Udlei 34c. feent* SOr. 



The colonial aervtra it available every 
day from a a in to 4 p m.. etreptioa 
Sunday. Jutt call Empire 4114 



T COLWOOD HALL— DANCING EVERY 



III FOR SALE— MISC ELLANEOCS 



*» Saturday evening 4 to 13 
Hen urn * Orcheetr* Admlvien 



To in*ure in*ertion Claialfted Adi mould 
reach TTie CoUtniu before s p m on the 
• •» previoui to publication 



k “BRECK" TREATMENT tUVES DII- 
» flrult natr a tlaht, la.nna curl and 
condition* the waip Cnntult ut. 
f-EIMPR 4 PA1X1N. 7M VIEW STREET 



> UIUtEFt STAMPS - Uinutacturrd Or 



Bllintsr. MAILRIAL 



fPREIB Topped, hrtled. Bucked Br»ncne. 



»EMENT Mixin ton RENT BY DAY 



hauled *••# if deaired k 



t le Miffed Ad* for 



The Sundae Cotomit 

w-itr be accepted up to 4 p m on Saturdan 



cr ere* 141 Create Avenue l lilt* 



1 AANCE EVERY FRIDAY. CHAM- 
1 ’ her of Commerce Audt'onun*. 
View and Government Street! 
Sernia Fortar * Orcheitra 



* J-LUMANENT WAVE INDIVIDUALLY 

* » »tylrd hreciai price; «n ihampor and 
flnaer wave Bert W»<ide Saioo. 7!« Y*»*. 
Street Telephone E 40U 

\ t HIVE YOU 

* » » lift Coi^ul* ut n*ht away * n on 
Beauty Shoppe, 1104 Don* la t n*2j 



LL SP3 1.'!>5 Dp-Bi-LSS WANTED. 
STATE PRICE AND Ql ANTITY 



BA RErKEJt SAW SHOP 644 CORMOR 
ant Saw* filed tool* and Enive 



olitkih rim Ait. Rule. DuiPhtfvd 



17 A P AIM I If- A VI* 111 ( OBAT tilth 

\ CMt PAPERHANOINO PAlimNol 
kaiaomlnina. *te . lor * better fob 
kariy a* poujbie »ervlct T Marker k 4773 

A BfiOLUTtLY HRST-CLA8B WORK. !N- 
‘ * lerlor and exterior demr»t Ip* DBAS*. 

* fuiernr.No. i ji'ii painter, deco- 
• » rwtor 



,nor sale — pfty^M cirr cull lam 



CLASSIFICATIONS 



* 4 WAN IMF— M I M HI. \ \ LO L N 



BOX 1413. CDLONIST 



long Mot Ur I.: Some 

v»d for rnaklrc *nd r» 
rr hern* *tdettali.* floei 
or been*, locanbetne e 



Arrkage for Rent 
Ac reace for Bale 
Add** Wanted 



I * AN L IN U - 
*' Street, 
fhunday and 
4 tic. ladle* Me 



- “LEWIS HALL BROAD 
oear JTatcf. Wedoe*d*y 
Saturday Uudtrn Oeoc 



nm'TArioN fc>r paying iiighi at 

prRei fur race, hoi tie* inoii. »u>te*. 
Uurc. *r anithnx <nu »i-i> to dirp<v*« 
We rail inttiim •••» lime S 3414 



E ELVLB. 7i,i PANDORA ALL KINDS 
of ••• Rlinc. electric bend »aw 



’ i »OLD WAVE Tift ARISTOCRAT Of 
nrr.,,ir,rnr aev.iig Ye. I, d,i, 
f'renM 1* • perlert H r Beautiful 
It Doe* Tlitnas for You 1 
PHGNp 6*443— ALK >GR ttllMl MILES 
LA PR 4 NCL BEAt’TY SALON 
•73 Y*tr» Btrcei 



Auto* for litre 



ICK BHAILEW AMI MO I OKI A (LEA 



Automooile* 

ffirthi ... 

Sie*rl»» and Motorcycle* 
Roet* and Launchfi 
Suddina Material* 
Su*me*» Directnrv 
ffuuren Opportunities 
' • ritr. of Ilian at 
fhurrh Nmiret 
f lothina. p\iri flnoe* It 
Comma Events 



ANCF OT'lin pnlM MAU- SATUR 
da>. July 1* Acini i ••ini. uOr 



m: nui-’L uuuxe roi ohi sold. 

ei it* rued Pcutylti t Boos 6 ora 



It YCLEb IN StOCK-NIW AND 
uied Bicycle and autocyrtt repair* 
*» and in,-* repairs Harr.*. 74* Eor; 
eet C 7434 



A TRIPP A BON— PAINTING DEPO- 
raim*. paurrhanainr G 310-k *7no 



TYIIOBIVG 



f ADILS AND OENTS- TArLGRINp - 
I Expert fetroceiina, *!!*r*tion» J 
Da via 433 Yate* E 81! 

U-PECI ALINING IN : AILuTmCCT LADIES 



DANCE ^ OLD TIME 
( ’RYfflAL OARUEN 'LOWER. SATIin. 
•!»»»- Irvine * Orcbeitr* 4-13. so.- 

( 'ANOETNQ - OORGX BOATHOUCE 38c 
V- per hour Open etenlnaj B J043 

\| CMORRANB Rk a SI Dr DAN 

• * P.fiT ->n L'/.rdov* Bar. denr.na ••rrv 
W'dne-day and Stfurday, ff.’*n Cjuul 



paiVtino 



I NTTRIOR. EXTERIOR m.... 

* -SprwTtnw- roof*, itorro etc Por a sood 
lob phone P. IQXB r.r t 4410 



14 >3 Dnuclai— Ptump EMM 



EW PIRMANEVTS* rtNe KAlTt A 
tpeeiaitv Brine- Bxautv S* on. Room 



^ALIT V SHINGLES - LOW 
Dalticj Bn* Co O 1431 



AtPVOMININO PAINTINO— NOW OPrN 

for nr*w« Free eMimstei R 33:4 



.'VEHTTHINC IN BICYCLE RETAIPB 
4 P'den Bros Ltd 1410 Do-uai**. O Mil 



t SSEX B> ACT'Y 8AUV* SPECIAbHS® 



8APERHANOINO and Psintm* - W * rb 
auaranired Estimate E 3774 C Kin* 

» 

In* K’lliltlr*. ric P'vnr.e 07.141 



LL YOUR OLD FURNITURE. TOOLS. 
t»7.ii* iiw iu -a* and u*efu> •hj’-a* 



Daneina 



Pduvninnai 

rarm* for Rer.t 

term* f«r B*)» . .... 

Parma Wanted 

Plat* and Apartments in Rent 
Plata and Apartment* Wanted . , 

Flower* , . 

Por Sale -Miv.ellaneoua ........... 

Furniture ., ... 

Fuel 1'. 

Funeral Director* ........ 

Purmihed Hnu-re tn Rent 

Furnlihed Hoorn* to Rent 
rornuhed Room* Wanted 
Hairdre»er* and Beauty Spe ialiat* 
HMala 

Housekeeping Room* tn Rent 
Houeefceepina Rnorn* Wanted 

Hou*e* for Sa-e 

In M'B'.'ru.n 

tjx.n*. Canceled 

I^vet and Pound 

Meclnnery 

Marnaaea 

Miacellaneoii* 

Money in Loan ... 

Monumental Wmka 

Mu»ir 

Mutiral Inal rumen's 
**ur»»ry Stm-k Planla. Eiir 
Nurtin* *.e i . . , r ent llnn.e« 

OfTiee* fftor*'. Iftlle to Rent 
Personal 

Profeeeinnal D'teriory 

Property for Hale 

Poultry and Lneyiork . 

Property Waived 

Radio ., , ... 

Radio Repair* 

Room and Board 

Room and Boerd Wanted 

Sttuatioeea Wanted pemaia 

Situation. Wanted M*l- 

Rtotea Ranaei, FknlarM .... .... 

Rummer Reenrta ... 

Rwap* 

Teacher* Wanted ... 

Timber , 

To Raehanee Real Eetate 

Ta Rent Mletetlaneo-i* 

t'nfurnlahed Hnu*e Wanted 

Unfurnished Hmuei to Rent 

Wanted- M*le Me p 
Wanted to Buy - Houee* 

Wanted to Rent— House*. Unfurniihed 
Wanted to Rent— Mierellaneou* 
W*nted-MI*cellaneou* ........ 

Wood .. ......... 

Wanted to Ror rn» 

Wanted -Petn*le Help 



ei’HIST LPS 



LIHfHUID SCHtXiI TEXTBOOKS. 

in aooa •'-*!«• oi-utht for r« *ti n > |. 
"• l>tY" p re! llnvernment Hr reef 



■ell AND OUl-IIME 
P Hall Priitav. July 
• Orchestra, sik brina 



TO MY CUSTOM EftS— DOROTHY YORK 
1 1» nn# oper lir a at i t Da Lite 

I!alr<trr»-It,* Salon ;«•*' Douglas. T' e 
Phone f 7313 



T« M'TOCYCLE »OR A ALE. 1178 



U ,’ ALl.PAPEIL MUnESCO. PAINTS. ETC 
Mellor Brn*. l.td. flft Brourhtor 
Street O 4u3t »—V 

\\ ’ALTER H WELLS. OP KDMONTON- 

' ’ Painlar and oaperhanging U 39*4 



ARC f ITT TP 1C COMPANY 
Lt. PPrvitFn cleasir i» r p \ t r p 

*!»o ell tn »*■ >. mod' ’ Cleaner* 
t»d b» 1 ie d« P'njlie O 1113 



At.'TOM ATH LMCTRIC WAT FR 
tup end preaaure tank wanted 
0 48*3 after s p 01 



1 RPY BICYCLE foil SALE 



DIE ONLY . AUT HOItlEED PREMIER 



\ ’ ICTfUtlA BEAUTY f AHLORS - CALL 
* l fnr a anod pern en*ht AM ex- 
perlenced operetm. irta Broad Street 



BICYCLE NEW COXTHTION, 
It*. tJfl Phoiir rtrntt.a F evt» 



I7C CARPENTERS AMI CON TRACTORS 
ALTERATIONS. REPAIRS — STEPS, 
fence* dreitned -and hutlt 0 331* 



STEWART A- HUDSON RtTATt. LUMBER 
r.Qta* Rn*d off On* 1 ft 01 an 3I71-: 

' One S‘0|i Rely if R-nldere HurPtle* " 



TYRRELL S LTD 

ATH FLOOR. D SPENCER LTD -t 4141 



13 WANTED— MALE HELP 



H OOKb BOUGHT FOR CASH AT 
IIUQiare 1118 Gntyroment » yon 
t elMNA SILVERWARE AND FUR NIT UR ■ 
' nf good uiialliy bnuaht fnr rash 
ret.tury Ari- Shop, corner Government 



P» tt a nut nr terra 
Or repair tn wheel and tire 
RnBINSON ff rap do the anrk 
Yoijii find their ro»ti no higher 



IXUHJIINO CONTRACTORS _ WARREN 
1 * Lr.na E ltd* Alferatmn* rep»ii‘. etc 

I > VTLDfeO REP.AIMINfl ALTERATION", 
I* fan 1 me. c Bid St*r«e. 1117114 

*ONCRETE Mixer for Rent. 14 dey. 

-J Rcrew lack* 34*i day Dmta. 0 3744 

^XPSRT CARPENTER— ALTERATIONS 
■* repair* Iteaynnable C 4370 

' f NEPAL lONTnACIGR ’ ALTEftA- 

1 ' 



Applications ri|i not oe convidrred from 
Parana in the employment of any firm, 
rurporatioo or other employer enaaaed :p 
tl.* production of munition* war aqu-p. 
rnent ar auppitre for the armed force* 
unleaa auclt empiayae ta m, oetuah* em- 
ployed In hu run trade or oreupetlnn 
Applicant* are *dw«»d not to tend 
or Sinai Iratlmnnialt Copier are )u«t ta 



EDI CATION AL 



PARC AIN f'tlR 3 WEEKS ONLY 
A I be»| f.iv I dryland DMirfqe 



CADE MY REGISTERED Si’HOOL OP 



»fi you call 

fllDNEY LI MBI R 

i* nn»emny»nt Pi F 



XPPRT COACHING M 



'OLD SILVER. DIAMONDS. JEWEIJtr. 
* watt tie* *nlltiue» cameras RtMiynw 
’e:». elect rtc at.avere repairable alarm 
elf fnr r*«*i K A McLeod Co. 
d . .e Old Gold M ip 774 Fort O 3734 



OVAL BUSINESS COLLIDE. J«)« OOV- 



A anpEN LUMBER CO LTD 
F01 Si -h— Cabinet*— Mill work 
Du rod S’ltnale*— Rntvflnc 
t’to— Tile Itnetdx— Piettic Mnidinia 
1 Doualar St G7414 



OVERTISING 



A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO TUI 
•» people nf Victoria We will but or 
rebuild tout *lave*. .haaier* o- turr.acet. 
regardleta rif cnndltinh tAe aim buy tnrtli 
and tywrdwara We pay rath and call any- 
where. anytime. 0*183 

T TOILERS OONNECI EX) AND STOVES 
* * repeired d* or ntaht* Pnone O agot 



CT MARGAjtrrs BUSINESS StSIOOL— 
‘ Junior Ho«j*e.s Rt Meresret • Orfiooi 
Mm w O Miiliaan. pnnr'nal f 373* 

t^TANDARD SCHOOL Ok FTENOGB A- 
pny O M Dii’l - no G 1*34 ‘or P hexa 



JHONE k HfWX FOR OlfARANTPm 
roofin*. either cedar rhlnaler, a>phalt. 



j ’EI CASH Pun YOUR OLD CAMETAR 
' » Oood Bltw par* 01 roll film typw 



H1LDCREST WOOD 



TRPP ll’IGERT 

V«CIENTIF1C TREE PRUNINO Spraying 
* ravity treatment, fertllleln*. danaer- 
mjy_tr«e- removed Coei* ft H --k« S H74 



folding -• arret**, 
card nr# not « 
Cnrrrery Came 1 



SHEETS PR I VATS Note. Dlftonlaed 
with name, addreta. ISc :3»n Hiwa 



HILU HI 
•EfTAI r 



f'lrni' ira etc entlque or modern, ron- 
U* We either buy oulrtatit or eell foe 
kveo •vtnKh 4 Cm Aur’ oneera 0*413 

.AN h sir YCLE WANTED C AAR* 

Pt'One rtlf 



IS S 1 T 1 ATION 8 WANTED— 
FL.MALE 



'fllRT - clasp 



ONE MAN 

\ \ ’ 1 1 H PRE VIOl'ff BALES EXPFRIENnp 
* T to woik a< an Independent aaent with 
le'geat ron -eby nf He kind Oualiflca- 
tlf>D» needed 

Ut Must Oe military eyrmpl 
tji Not now employed In any eayenttai 
war wark 

• 3> At u it lie free to traiat oa the Island 

• 4i Not over 4 ti j rare of ata. 

If you can meet the above qualification* 
apply Netlnnal Selective Service Officw, 
Order No 380 today 



PANI8II 



B! RNcn: 



t RELIABLE Tnt'NO WOMAN RES! 

* * dent of Oak Be. de'ire. part-time 

work an hout. .Tioenin*' un t» 14 

hour* week)- aood rnoli Phnpe f 1937 

I |A V WOflK WANTED ONr TO HfREi 

• ’ date per wear 14 p»> day nr 110 fnr 
three day* Rnx 4 1 .*.s Colon'!' 

i 'tV* COMPANIONHMIP AND LIGHT 
' * aervicey m re'unt for comfortable 
hurtie Ro* 4470. Co|oitt!' 

H ousekeeping position by 

widow, child »1* Oood rook. Pint- 
vtan* M Heger. Sidney ff c 



or ns Awn m aijikr nr ab- 

11O vi'rr 1 wai.led Br« so*} 



kfcTTEIt FU1X-6PP1NG CH ESTER FT KLD 

* »et* and t»ert rh'eterfleld. for >IU * at 

UphnHtrry Co. Lid 783 Tort 
reet O 7M4 

»FJt AND SPRD10 WITH SPRfNn- 

• fill'd matter*. |JS and *31 Pun Hga 
’fltr.1 Mi-ftre-* 1EJ.1 .Wh-rf EP\31 



4 'AWCFTrT RANGE \TRV Wir-n rciN 



kW F.VAMFl HANUk HIQH AHEl Y 
buiH-:u awe plate weteffmot, IU 10. 
ter* Rtnv* stive *73 kori Sr F. EMt 



I’Ulrh VtiUR OLD OOLD AND IIIA 
1 tnood* Into reah si Rote* Ltd. 
weiere 1717 Dn.it'ee Hillft 



INH.EER 9 SCHOOL OF DANCING, 838 
14 Fh'1 S’ reel All !ype« rqiicht Sperlel 
ballroom prtre* for servicemen Re* 
Phone p. *3*7 



BARGAIN — ho \ DRYI-AND DODO- 
las Nr >to«» luii'iu, rleeu and ryy 
tint, drv. Inaide blw ka, mlied n th 



I ANOk CAMTJNON POR MOST RANGES 
k RC Urdwave ?jt Purt Blreet 
% ‘ANTED - iffl R ANCir.S HIGHP3VT 
’ pvre* pe*d f’eden'a pii.ve Store. 771 
I'rneon Strret t J4M 



MATrn 



frpield pvrrr three pip 

v »orune neve- beer, i.efl f ;t 



,'OUNTl 

wav 



ANTED - MENS USED CLOTHING 
Deu pr!ce» paid for men e «i|Ua 



C 1 ‘lwr,r*d and tamaford 



H ousekeeper 

nokiiion w*H 

|e»» home E 4.701 



HALE DGNFtlAI. WOOl nt’Q 
it 13 * l* f>. • I to '■•per r..g« 

10m 142'. Cr.nk H-teel r 3MI 



REPTNEn. WIAITES 

Kjnwar or In mother- 



\ DN*)LUTELY DEFY ND AD! r UP-ISLAND 
Br bioclry and heavy oark slab*, all 
il-tnch An td«a! ail-rnund word. 1 1* cd*. 
II L3 P.-umpt delner* Pul.’ measure .1 
RONALD HOPKINS flT! TO. 



j 'EI.TAUR TRACTOR BELT HP in ( 
D H HP 8 rumple • win, pioush. 
rtl , <\ cuKlew’nra etc |41A Idea) for 
►mall f»rm M H rnmu |«« T J ButL 
R R. I. Reaver Pilot. B C Ganges J4X 



JOOD ‘BED, BPItlNc. AND MATTRESS 
’ for - .1' Anr V v:-7 Nuytr, Pvrr A>r«- 

INOI.PT’MS. per »d yard XJc to T!k 
e ntANKS PTMt YlTURf— a«o Yate. St 

! ' 

•e.i he o- >r;.na< end MIL ua-fl tied 



StERATCEMANB WIPT 

teqr-nld child, way 

phone E J'84 hel»*-n «-7 



1 1‘ANT EL»—Pat#nt alilngle ruo/ar Steady 
*• eg,,p|oyment Apply Emp'nvmefit and 
Seleriia Aenpe Off, re Order No 440 



’anted - ueni r'RNrruR*. rod- 

land Ben* 79 1 Port P. 0*11 

ANIEtl TAR RADIO ANY MODEL 

if eondltion anod A *3** 

AMll Rot * ' PI' KET BAT AND 



ost-ku _wa\,’ bond bitwefn yah 



Order Nr, ay 



OUNO WOMAN WANTS UOHT 
house wort flood home more eventiel 



DEATHS 



Dr « ar worker fn pa* 
n Saskatchewan F'ltder 
R-vk Ray ApU or phone 
Yarrow*, ask for Mo 



M WANTED— FEMALE HELP 



ADDIf -Oh Jute 13. Mr* Christina Add'» 
twvrn tn Srotland end had been • real- 
dent of Victoria for the pas*. ia year* 
:*»e residence beina *Dd Vancoqier 
W'*eet Ruryiyed by her huthend Ale* 
at home one eon noher* in lays A"- 
«e|*« two deuatyters Mra M Rnbert- 
•eiry. of Victoria, and Mls-l Velma at 
home 

Pr, *ie funeral *er.|ee. will he held •« 

♦ he rl-epel of the Rai.dt Morluae- Ltd ml 
•lutv 1* ai to 14 n'r’ocy Cremation ail) 
>ake rlaco in the Rorat Oee r reme'onurr 

• No flower*, h- re,. test > 



Appllcatlona will not oe contidered from 



PERSONAL 



peranna to tha employment ef any Arm. 
corporation or other amployer enaaaed 10 
tn# production of munition* war equip- 
ment nr aupplle* for tha .armed forcaa 
unless #uch employee u not actually era- 
Ployed In her u*ual trade or ormratFoev- 
Applicants are advised not to tend 
original testimonial* Copies are 'ait as 
Mliafartorr 

( 'LFRKB OR ADIS 1 AND 3 PIENOG- 
, . ifgper* end Ivpitl. Grades I !A and 
2 foe duration employment with DtMnintoei 
noyernment offirea atyff Deperiments of 
NailOnat Defence Application form* ob- 
tainable from Fnetoffire or Na'toral Selec. 
«|y» Serure, tn h* n-e l»rt in Civil Seme* 
1 ommi*iioo ata Hail Building. Vancouver 



flAHOAIN YOU CAN DEFEND ON 
Dey land 13mrt> red e*C*r Ideal fi 



1ST WRIST rtAirn 

•Jid A Wedneoje ■ r 



42 POI LTRY AND LIVESTOCK 



A rtw -FORT ABLE ELECTRIC MA. 

*► gfflne* fnr rent Tayicr 4 Co. E78 
Fort G .1031 

A LL MAKf VACUUM CIJLANEBT HP- 
• » Paired neita. oruanea etc Taa'or 4 
CO. R38 Pnrt 



LARGE COLLECTION OF Al.LWnhl, 
sweaters f’arrt **ny and |nr,«--lee. r 
Imlers U' »I,*dc> fliye* JJ to «e. 17 IF. 
iCADlOfy tkirit »•! w/vnl ail-rnund P.e»»» 
le-'ans T ceedillv R- oppe 1 e*dq I»r- 
‘ fnr Brills), enrlesi- U»A Gov. *1 poet 



KY (IB KINDLING T« 71 CD 
»r»*e t>r fnil*"V-'l 14 $4 cd 



U MAKES SEWING M AI If INI S Rf 
oa.»ert pert! nrrdu o.i TSrlO' 4 
gje For' 



(home from mclud tie rin>e-ups eon full- 
length pn.c q 1014 fAt arPMn'ment* 
!A11 nnserntnen' Street 

\ r 7 ?i i 

trji.e*. etaatlc hoairry. auralcai o>1t* 
eapeMI? fitted to vosir satisfaction Com- 

S late stock private ffttlnp rnocn Doualae 
'reet at Johnson Phone G 191 1 

AT MINNIE BEVERIDOF M1LI.INEHY 
•1 Fur felt! pa.ie) hade ralw^ huge 
heiae rn*e. etc 77* Port 5'r*et 



CASH H4LIIR7I.R. 134 TWO RADIOS 



TONE-DRY KINpLINO ONI Y I* f.O CD 



A MARSHALL— SpKtai priaa* Fur* ro- 
" • modeled, repaired Surrey Bik.Yatet 
* 'OMFORTABt-K PRIVATE HOME IN 
country fnr ne-ve. feirnnic and a«ed 
people, qradua'* nuree in rherte Refer- 
eocee Bo* M». Duncan RC 



LkA’ITY W ASH PR 

* 

le 8ia Vale FUreet 



,RV PLANER ENDS KINDLING SUIT. 
• hie f oe kitche 1, rAne# aid •'•riini 
I cd 1.71 Dry t'eeenen fir a* ■ Ault, 
(in)'*. 1*78 tjirgfrr* Ftt*l. K 8414 



OROKKN WINDOWS RFFlJACFD. ACTG 
1 * feet lr«UII*d Hobbs OUsa Ltd *39 
Brnuahton Street 



in a nortrww »urs rox 



CLARK— Thera passed away •• hie reel- 
dance. Ml Yaie* Street, on July 4 
Theodore Neleon Clark He waa born 
tn Eastern Canada and had been a resi- 
dent of Victoria for about three year*. 
Ruryiyed by Ma tylatisy* in Ontario 
Tha late Mr Clark ws« a member of 
• he Bmlrr Makers’ Union 
Funaral **r»lc*a will be held Saturday 
afternooei at 3 O’clock at the Thomson 
Funeral Home, Interment 41 Royal Oak 
Burial Tara. 



l.’XrERIENCED BINOLB SALESLADY 
*d fnr leweiry etore • Apply Employment 
and Beleetlve Service Office Order No 178 

I/XPEHIENCBD GUtl. FOR PART -TIMF 
'd work Window Motor court ram 

1,'OR PRIVATE HOSFTTAL PERSON 

1 • for plain cnnamt and tn run wash- 
ing machine 1378 Yates fti.eei 



'HILD Portrait Cnnt<»t 
entries free Chercr Si 



Oood prlae* 
qdtn E 4A1I 



edchepteuftfut. strivr 

table and chair *at n «•* » 

E Mil 



n saix BGRrirri rnixfE PUPPIES 
O Tyeseys froapevi Lake (Her# 

e Coiqulta 39 a 



REItSMAKINO ALTETtATIOJJfe CTIIL- 
dren e aarrrentt Phtsne R 140| 



ARY PTROl-hftR AND V ATKNNI' 



TiczEMA. rren. piles. 



PSORIASIS— 
* rrp Tewn.'ore ointment *Ja Cormorant 
Street and alt department drug ttnee* 

l.'LASTIO HOST EH Y BURGICAL BELTS* 
I u truce* Swt lafaetion guaranteed 
PAULINO’S PHARVtACY F-.rt at Broad 



ei’WIN I'FTtSf AN KGIENS FITE TO 
• I -Hj • ne Must take both R«» 



MONEY ro 1 . 0 AN 



* 'RADrATT NURSE -SALARY 1*5 PEn 

' ' month, e.aht-hn.ir dar. -la-day wee* 
Plua roeioi hoerd and imundfy tan week*' 
h-ililsr with pa? Applications to ^9 In 
•Rf hand* nf the wreeterr not later thi-i 
Jul* 18 Duties to commence as *onn at 
This .t parnham Herman 
no Ro* iaa Cumberland nr 

I ADY PENSIONER IN NBTD OF HALF 

fee light hnu.el.nlrl ifntiey Af,,.. 

• Me tn rrtnk Sleep m Ptior.e E8I18 



Dn aiiun rv q«-urd»* July *. 1*44 at 
Calgary General Nn*pltal Grace Bliia- 
hrth Delahunty. late of 3JIT Work 
Street. Victoria horn In Victoria Rne 
1ea-e« to mfttlrn her lo»* beside* her 
huiband and daughter, her mother M- 
Gwcn Ci*pa» and three brothers. Edwin. 
Rot and Herman 

Funeral sen ice in Hat ward* BC Fti- 
neral Chapel on Fridar at I 14 cm. ria- 
nt a imp. . 



* RABBI TW 

DUNG FL/Mltn GIANTS AND WIIITB 
rabb.'ta. Vic each’ 348* Rethuna Ava 



W AY ntER A-THMA _ Breatheair 
re|ie*es tpitantle Free demnnatratmn 
Victoria Pharmacy iiwii Gov r st , n l*lt 



ULY CLEAR ANCB rip BlfMMER -COATS* 
• 10 14 years P-esse- to 13 years. 
*ie* Children • Wear K 3A79 



REtlll* 1 FJIt O VGRK ROAR AND 
14 m ’ Old alto four grade 
in row reed to pureb'ee Anfua 
A Helge.en R P » Victoria 



ADIFB— ACADEMY OP SXrtTNO, THE 
1 or»8y authnrlxrd r»«‘ttered *ewm* 
mol tn Vicinria Mol liar and daughter 
*se« Learn lo aew and- rr*»' emr 
they at the same f>n*e Summer eg!#- 
leyionv f«r ISO 80 EaeU siren Ph-n« 
*f«eo 3074 -»• 



No 1— E*pertenr»d Dining-Room Walfaa* 
No. 3— Experienced Hotel Chambermaid 
No »— Experienced Mend Laundryii 
( YS CURLS Willing ta Igtra Hiah- 
VP riaaa hotet work Pert lime, nsii ap. 
plicant must have full-time employment 
Live m nr out *JU3 

S*»R\TCEMANS WIPI TO DO IJOFIT 
‘ liouarwnrt no earning nn oh »r on 
tn one rtnld Wages to arranae rum 



BURRS Af Ue family re*,denr* «*! 4 
Petny Street On July 1} there passed 
away Annie E Ellers, in her Urd rear 
She waa' born in Bruce Como's. On! 
and had been a resident of Victoria fnr 
31 -ear* She ta auritsed by Ihtee anas. 
John, in Callfoii.ia Waller of Retina 
end F-vd, nf Victor * two daush'ers 
Mr* Rowland* and M*« Edt'h Cue. 
b«'h of Seattle, also aa.en arandchit- 
dtea 

Funeeal «ertice. will be heM m the 
Thcmaon Funeral Hnoie on Sa'.urdae bftar^. 
noon ei J M wemwk Re* W XT M'K*' 
nfflciatiyia Inte men* In the famlTi Pint 



PIGS TOR SALP KII/tAT- 



LfCTniC IRONl 



’arm* A- Cw_. ?3«-F/.ri 1 

I.'LECTRIC '( FAITH Rl 
I . . 

TTT773 



EN A A 14- WOOL Hour KNIT SOCKS 



Ken * rripiiP’NaoN 

1131 Government llrtet I 



MI SC ALLAN! (!l A 



PA!_MS C ARf>w 



LPXThJr RROCiDER-'l^CIlICK TO U NTS 
" • ' elf Orandtlew theet Hat*! 



OMAN FOR OfUXNARY I (OUSE 



M’Y IO LOAN -.ANY REQUEST FOR 
a mort*a*w~7:ptewaled Fara’oee'nn. 
A L'd O 8131 



ADAME SAND*-CUPS CARDS. CHYS- 
181 .’tad.r.g Tuearfay ta Saturday, 
• Cafe port Street 



dwr. Wednesday Ffide- m-rmn*. # M- 
138. in. an niq- o«r R» • n *178 

YY-OMAN TO DO FUX'RS. CULAN 
♦» hmise inrorianou' nn waahin* twice 
• wtek Mun he reliable w an hnur 
Phnne O 3443 . 



VlD OA r A ffD 



PITS PtUVATl N’’i*. Dlagi'B.ied 
a name addre w ;»c ,77ti Hii<* 



n »»e qs.rp OF 
INGU» M REMNANTS 
Lett* ef 8>*e • Qua Hu 



NO wmt FORD JRAtTIOS 
1 #. Prompt aervi'# f »aqi 



CTSBClN-McDOWBIde 



YY* ANTED AT ONCE^T 
'' fo* haehalM Musa 
File pntltlbn Bo* 3113. 



Pat'erpy a? Ppe-ial C* #•*♦■•’• ’E' 1 '**. 
M-_LfJlNAN ct.-rfUT h Pn.’OR LTD. 
r-tabiuhad |8 i 

line) Oovercrnec.i pi Pr.ona O TTT1 



XPRP*B AND MOVING LIVE, 



AN EXFSHItNCED CHILDRENS 
nur»# -ny an* .ma’! phltff. add in 
IN '•!♦» hoq-.ework Reference! 
Rne 1841 ’ 



< ) 



PET EBB- MINTY <Mt -Ma or and M 
O Mtnlr 3814 Admiral* flfad anr 
the wed.im* of their daughter 
Plain*,— c* Allen 8 mot, aon .4 
Malwe and Mr« w r»tc-i JJiW 1 
•«*i Avenue The reremnov loo* 
In the bride * home at 8 r m Ju 
Rev r M M Ai, »-er n-’L—aiefl 



Colonial 



RAIRriREBRlNO 

VICTORIA MAfRr.nrRSINO SCI 
WGQL WORTH Stilt 4> TNO 



4 PKOFI.SMO.NAL DIKF.C TOA Y 



I 4LAY SUITS WITH MATCHING SKIRTS 

* Warty and farmerette! Short and 

lintidev nee dy. 

TITK STORK SHOP OPO Tlme« — O 7M1 

I JICTURp FR AMINO— FIRST -CLASS JOB 

• autranicM Lor** slur a iif rneuld- 
Inge iVilliamenn s. mo fort Street 



KF« HOTEti 



CHIROPR YCTOH- 



is TEACHKRS WANTED 



* FtNERAL IHKECTORS 



Ct-S^DOR TARt.FTR ARE 
•’ 3 ee-a* su.ip.i II f 

Cunn.ngr.ame *hd at) drqa* 



SC FVNERAf CT> • HAYWARDS). LT1 
Ratabiiahed 1**7 

Mafeerata Chartei Lady AlUndai 

774 Rrnugh'on Street 
©•!!* Attended •• At An H*wra 

l i rUEBT * SON 
Funeral Dlrertm 

Comer Quadra and STOuabtoti B’reeu 
— Phone O 4911 • 



~T7eser rsfe-rh • r op rw- 



< "’■»! r- •••! .• 

^ ton.. Shdlfewlr t D 



AND BLADDER 
u g Store 180 
I l*tl 



M WILLOWS 



ONAMSL-TNB MODERN INTERIOR 
Pot ffoeira and **utdwor* 
' •♦'d ce;.'iTkt* In Hthcwotra and 



YY*B H»\E A flGCip STCK IC OF PREWAR 
Tread* sew ni Maehif * t p ,., r 



XPERT WIRINO AND Of PAIRS OAT 
- 4 and atant IP31 Yale* Street E Mil 
;pon expert HOUSE wuuno. phone 



ule in f8cce 



MrCAIX SROS 



A- 1017 CR AfODARROCM 
tJDEUENT MEALS. HOT 



"The Floral Funeral Rome” 

Fhwna O arfeesi 3811 

omce and Chanel Corner Job near and 

Vancouver Steeera 



PIOOB H'tMft'n 



E RECORD ANYTlirVG. 



ORES • CO -FLOORS fANDED 

ffflt*>*« Ea'lmaiet *rww o 1 370 

HARDWOOD FLOOR CO ’CR 

Johffiofe. free nC.gr.aiaa O Till 



l#R* Quadra Bryaei Fbene F7»: 

Beautiful Chapel with Fi»e drain 
DlfiiBCt-aa Servtca ai Reatontbla Cn»* 



'or 1 a 







WOOD RPrciAl^ 


v° 


J MIL! WOOD, READY TO. 


0 

Wised 


sn.r>o 1 


>; c 


R jbftiah — rrrm.nl Delivery 




HARKNYTT ll’n 


1 Ph**9 


0 3<0 777 r Cend(»ra Ava ' 

u 



i?n 


mirr 


'Oft PALF 


1* E’AEJi Af<D IAMBS 140* 






17 F 


DOGS 


| aOSTnN 

1 » ,., r . r , 


TTBRIFII rr MALL TWO 

Id 448 John *!'-••< 0 817 




H I E D AI LY C O L O NIS T . V I C T OR I A, B.C. , F R ID AY, TX T 



A Mart tor Busy Readers— Property for Sale or Trade 



«7 KOO.M AND HOARD 



HOL'SES TO RENT 

tCuntmuvdi 



Al TO.MORII.ES 



HOL'SES FOR SALE 

icoounucoi 



79 WANTED TO HI V— HOL'SES 



THE ASSOCIATION or 

BKI I tell 4\ILI 74BI.A 

•|’ VKF nciice that the h ard nf E**m- 
* inrra in Bantering. a b penned under 
thf i>rn«i»icti 4 of tl'.r Barber* Ar| of Bril- 
un Columbia mil h<»ld examination. at 
Ham. Itor Nt.-ee* at nine o clack a m 
and a; 441 feryttoui Street at tao o clock 
p m in Vanr<«ner, Bimih Columbia, op 
Wfd*««ia>. A usual l«th ta<« 

Appliraliona mrludm* ter of ten d*’l- 



i Continued 



/ iCoetlnurdl 



TO OUT-OF-TOWN 
SUBSCRIBERS 



PEMBERTON'S 



OOOD HOMF IN A GOOD DISTRICT 
A caan burn B-.-A 3427, Column 



CXOMMQDATION In Vary Comfortable 
private Pom*, officer* n«v»* It J71Q. 



LA NO FORD 

1,’IVE -BOOM BUNGALOW IS ACRES - 
I Latte litina-room fireplace. inr*« 
bedrooffl* gooi-kiU Kite iven. three-piece 
betnroom nn Weier hat,' frull ueea. 
ama.i Iran*. tarden. » 7 W ceU, 



■TOO MOTOR COM HA. NT LTD. 
W VX BUT 

ANY OOOD AUTOMOBOAS 



•I'll' NEWPORT IIJJ PER MONTH. FOR 
an* month- ocia. lour bedmumi 
fUa and link* - TlvW Pemberton H ,!n.<« 
Lid . cu Purl Hireet O 1134 



i 'ASM CUiST WANIH UOUSf OP NCTI 
' m/*re than four rooms in riore-tn 
locanian Price no- u«ir than 11 004) 
Pa.rlj wuk 4 r u»***iia£. NoUXa Um Rural 
Tru*t Cr.mpam Re.i L>a«. iXpartraFnt. 
1303 Ouirromro! Street Phone E 413 * 



H oard residence, lovely SCR- 

rounding* Three Dot Ranch. Lans- 
(ord. Pt.ai.a Dear t -F rrernan BcliniiOl 44Y 

IfOAHD RESIDENCE BEDROOM AND 
• * aiuina-rcam r.ue loralitr 1*3J B«l- 
tnont E MU 



For Real Values 



CX.!*cf -Icwci RitscfOsi* who Rljh »c 
•nsndr, atf**Mi:em«nls n which only 
Iht t* f rohcrit njrrott e> th# •dreMi7«r 



EANPY’S llTTU 



Phant O 11M 



OAK BAY 



pais.nc. aturaia Pbuna O W 94 Lai 



mu>’ br mad mil i .r s«, 



AUTOMOBILE P1NANCINO 



and dmeilr, brand o«» atucco S!l 



examination dalr .A mrdicai certi 
bv a British CMIuir.bia inedt, al prwctil 
; ii-i» ins that ih* anpliranl in her 
at) mfrciiOj* and cpniaginu* dt»ea«c* 
accompany application tionc with 
farturr proof I ha I ih e applicant 
• erkrd af the barber buslnrss fur 
>r«r> rv> aetutl#rl» 

Hr urdrr of the B,»rd 

R «’ MORROW 8 *<rrli 
HHJ-2r*7 7A>il !i«-ina* B'.rrn 
Demin ion Hank Bui. dint 



rial term* uHtrera, refaraocea siren Phot.# 
t OOl mcirninaa 



rr«^i<*i* juch rsd-n to ths 54 » 



37 W ANTED TO RENT— HOL' AES 



CcndlLunai <aan AsreauiMU* OiKounisd 
Raua lUascmablc Quick Deuaiona 
ISLAND FINANCES. LTD. 



HIIOAI 
drraiii 
mnifui 
Moilrrn 
• irli an 



na'fd two-mil* clreir Low laara Lotrly 
luma-room til* open Artblac*. Uwuusn 
bail. Ill* bath la* iooo Wflroomi. brunt 
aunnr kitchen amtltk. full batemem. 
aarasc Good lot A r«all/ aiuactu* 
avil-bulll bur.salnw SI 000 < 1*11111 

caan handlra Nlcr 

WALKING DISTANCE 
IN BEST PA1RHELD LOCATION -SEVEN 
E room*. L: tins -room, firrpiack. dmne- 
room, kitchen, on* bedrouoi do am ihrr* 
bedronma up Doubla piumbin* An **- 
ceptionallp well-built and nlre-app*ar;ti| 
prop*rtr Garase Full baaemenr Tuba 
Hot »at»r. hrat.n* < I • )* kl I 

flOOOtaan Price . . .* 01 -‘ nl 



VS I7i0 CAKH AND IJk MONTHLY 
u pay on m ideit hema uooer lidH 

'03 Cclonut 



I lOOM ON BUS LINE tbQI IMALT 
ao'id liw a f ' t.ome rowkin* reatem- 

abi* Prttmr t 37*0 



78 IIIH SLS FOR SALE 



S YOUR MOMI. FOH SALE 7 UST WITH 



(CooltBued 



ALL MAKES OP CARS WANTED 
ANDERSON 8 GARAGE 

737 Johnson St Pnon* O C42« 



*OOM AND HOARD HOT CiMCAR ET 



K Y BUSfMESMAN WITH WIPE AND 
I an children apartment or buu<* un- 
fokouhed careful trnanta and rcliabiei 
permanent. Boa 3*11. Colonial. 



NORTH QUADP.A 
k FULLY MODERN POCR 

ivj./n anh full baiemem 
and many other- modern con*. 
Nice lot with fruit treea. Thu 
in iws’lraa condition. ^ 



T ISTINOS <h ANTED— COTTAOE 8 BCN- 

*' nKWv -imail biilnraaea and acreaaa 

Thar.k *ou. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO LTD 
J1J Central Bid* Phcn* E SIJ3 



iOOM AND BOARD 1*0 MONTH 
• Workine man preferred Phone E»#17 



I til | 8TUDEBAKER IHAMFION «- 
• •'*1 aedan taceilent cwidulon 

tire* like nea W.ll aeil for cash, nut 
would prefer 1942 Ford eupet de luaa 
Tudor or coupe in trade Pru ate party 
H. v 4Uir. Ca.ouiat 



S6000 



« INGLE HOOM WITH OH WIIHOUT 
” board In iiruale nndte, Jamra Bay 
I* trick Man mile O ir.M 



I I OUSE WANTED BY END AUOUBT 
•* ■ W . rt 

neer.«ar> R»a 4L70 t'olr.r.iu 

IlEIJABLE MIDDLL AGED OOUPLA 
* *• would Ilka amall houaw Pnona after 
4. E »47« 



.Trie* 



ISTINOS API'RECIA TED - BUNOA 
1 lo» i. ralfacea. any diatrirt 
PLMBEXION. HOLML& LIT) 



FIHIREE .ROOMS. BOARD OPTIONAL IN 
1 pru ate heme tan bl>*-ka fr^n end of 
No 3 ear line aeten minute* out Call 
*71 Va!e tUrewt * 



RANDALL’S 



YOU CANT OO WRONG HERE' 

this very uowmir BTuero OF TTVf 

I ronmi of a pleaama deairr. with one 
raua floiahed rt«m in the »a cement, ts 
eell alluateo In Oak Bay. near iranaporia- 
nor Inrludeo u a terr modern 
e.cciric rani e at the price m TUl/tJlf 

_ DUKE A r.MRCLOUGH 
•bf "Central Blda Phon* E 9333 

Nlghta C 1320 



OAK BAY 



| i KRVIUB MOAN IN 
* condition and «ood rubber 
FtagarQ. Suite 4 



ShXLUSION 



Immediate poaeraali.n pnur- 
Hied hunaatua in abeolutclr 
inJition Euil remetit ba-e- 
ace fine aaiden lot, eic 
e« nniH or rarpeta in e*er» 
fat electric ranae radio and 



I ISTINOS red jetted on ao uaee. eriMe^e . 

conlec-tionery hardware al >r*a t'r ell 
Huh :ta. 70* Bank of Toronto Hlds »- 

I IHT YOUR PROPER 1 7 WlTb SAANICH 
Realty Co Reniiu rouni 1 CI Dona- 



AC ANCIES POR GOOD ROOM AND 
board a I mi table board, auod trana- 
lalton Phone B 1743 



NASH • SEDAN RADIO AND 
heater, 1990 O 9434. 737 Juhn- 



VAVAl. OPPTCER AND WIPE WA.N1 
fumlahed home immediaielr in Eaoul- 
mail dlairtct “ 



41 ROOM AND HOARD W ANTED 



MODEL A fCIRU ROADSTER 
Oood condi .or, • 1T& caah Pnone 



$4000 



iai Street. PLcna E C001 



Boa 172) Colonial 



OMAN. LIVING AI/DNE WHO COUIXI 
board and take -are nf l emi -mvana 



BAY WANTED BUNOAUiW OK 

mi-bunsalow. fue oi *u runma, 



Ll.-mOi To RENT BY HHMt WkKK 

* ’ 11 Aiwa * for < r monthi furniahed 
0 (la«e nr hdUM in Colwood welr a Beach 
r MrUhNlR diatrirt Hoi 3497. colonial. 



I- 

’ ‘ and t-Bu .ood liret *mm 



OWN EH OCCUPIED A beault 

rorm alucco bunaama renter 
men. furnace nr Thu bunca 
all the up-m-d ate fraturra y 

c c 

look Pr :cw w 3 

CALL MR OLiniAHT 



4 ROOM WHITE HIDING BUNG A 

low in hleh Saanich Hat lane 
llvin«*roQm with open brick Hr» 
tao *>iod be droouu all briahl 
larae briahl kitchen and. pantrr 
piece bathronm full baaement an«- 
c on mall aidr Itf atreet a;tn nm 
‘mm room* teranda W*> 4 **' 4 i 



$6500 



ROOMS TO KENT 



HOICK SEDAN ,j;je PHONE 
Eo;,«3 or call tis Mo»«e 



^ UP PORT MiTAVINH Dl.MAND HIM 
four . *nd fur-rounted buhaalnat. alan 
mail cnunir? properllra Rend me enur 
1*5 in** Phone ante or rail D D Wt- 

[•'I’fc A"! Fort Hirer! f I 4 



I, 'OUR on PI VP -ROOM HOUSE. ABOUT 
* IJO. Oar Bay preferred Reliant 
tedanla B Ml* 

M’HREB OR PDUR ROOM HOUSE tJN* 
.• furnuhrd rr.ui! ha*e kuchrn ;anae 



WANTED 



LAItuS. J'DA.’.AM REXLEIITING 

Kibriifc. J citlietfal dlitclct. ctme U 
when, #ij. table for v*cationi*t oi 
hjlliiwu pr A,-» • fl Y3iD 



KOKBKS STREET 



AIRFIELD— BUNGALOW LARO 
» l»»»-r K»m. den with fireplar' i 

• wo bedroom* ihree-piece bklhi'io 

bairmei i Large lot in laidri, u>» 
Tun f4t Price - 

I iOPU'L/R DISTRICT - NE Al 

* •cmubungalo* Knrranca hall. 

Ii'lha-rocm wi»h epen fireplace 
clnetle two hedrnmra khd thn 
taihroorr. t»u bedrnoma on aeenne 
full baaecirn' hot air furnace. *a: 
i'*rf*ei condition ^ , 

Puce 



UTOMOBILES WANTED fOR CASH 
Matter* Motor Co. Ltd Phon# 



IMI NL MIIH < Hu. Ml 

3 is THE T Cl 1 Al PUR. 

chase PRICE uf i n ,e - 
• owner ocrujiira tiirre- 
i- mbit utu-yuom auiir well 



*OSY 

lleinw-room. 
odern kifchen 
n a real nne 



I- ROOM HOME HAS A MCE 
fine bedroom- and ullra- 
rtaihrruur, uliljry ronrr. 
Ini katden and ever*; 
un* and thrifty frua tree* £>)fk/kfk 
anlch taae* Price V— tH/IJ 



I yRIOin ROOM GitGLND FLOOR PTVE 

■ I mu'e* If ■ m poaroffKa |>o» and cold 
wafer *3» Bellifltie 



i »Atifl PGR CARS CAMrRUN HBOS 
v> Auto BaUa*r 1)40 Craigfiower t «j9* 

I JR1VATE PARTY HkQUIBU CAR. I9J* 
E oc later Caah. G4M1, 

kl'ANTEEP ',#41 *ifl 4) BL'ICK. "cilRY*- 
’ ’ ier or Oldlmobile for caah Unit b» 
in real aood condition ai d lOod I, re. Or 
will trade 1041 Dodwe Fluid DrUe eedan 
for aame Bo* 4174 ColoiiU*. 



$3500 



■ONPUHNIHIIED POUR OR P7VE-KOGM 

• .... . . a room . r,.. n near 

transportation. ^>liree adullv on# child. 

three reara. Reliable, miet B„* J44) 



PRIi E 



BURNISHED BEDROOM MjR HP NT Cl 
• Ilian pre|rrr*d. hear Bp*iK*r‘l Store 



CITY 



(AUflNlaiCEI) UtDROOM Poll BUHl- 

neaa or yeryiremen. near car n 1.7*1 



RORNTLY NEEDED HV . BERVKE- 
mm • wife with two children four 
five -room hause elnae In by July )1 
■ t tj\ Ph, ne p 1979 

RPUH.NIHHED HOUSE WAN7TD~riVC 
ro.i-, • ,. r more |y» reward Phone 



’ANTED HOD 8 J P AlftPIPLI) [lf» 
tnrl prctetied > round ») OOO *|l caah 
aaent* b,., 417 * Colonici 



FN’ZIES RTREET SMALL PTIRVINIIKD 
b«dro«iir eult on- pc r eon E JIT) 

ICE CLEAN SLIPPING ROOM GOOD 
bed aitlt lade nr ami f 12*01 



ALFTIED CAR MICH ArL A- CO LTD 
« Broad Street Phon# G 7J4I 



REVENUE PRODUCER 



ANTED OOR CASH 193) OR 19W 
aedao or roaeh, »|if. tort) mn'or. 
£(«od or in in, «o!> state price and 



RIOH QUADRA Furhr 
1 1 « mow* *n<j »unrot,m 



l/ivk - BOOM BUNGALOW. WALK I NO 
• dlktaoce Immediaie 
paaae.cainn »m 

*^I3C ROOM BUNGALOW, WALKING DIS- 

‘ tance Immediate Ml'IWIIII 

poueoion . .. *?.CUU 



JOCiMB. SINGLE OR DOUBLE DY 
k day nr err. c|f,ae to till *ra ay d 
irk Liaht meal* mar be- arranged PM* 
I’a taomk Pin-ne E hi,44 



RkWARD— Want Houie lo Rem. 
unf jrn , 7 adult* reliable Tenant*, 
i or woner H-,» J*f,» Colon u' 



ANTED- IH OK 3-TON TRUCK WITH 
canopy body or oody aeparata 
E 9*49 



isidair* 



on pi opr, 

and ahoui 



Saanich tut 



nrwARn lower apartment 

M’lRlI h'ftiae nermanen* reliable, 
aaed rciupl* Bor *J|A Cokmlal 



$6500 



ANTED— Panel nr Ptrk - Up Delivery 
truck, up lo |70U Shannon- E 1919 



OO M r 

»lfr 



« TWO MDIPN OR MAN AND 
l ard It flc. red Call at HIT 



S3680 



n CA UETEU) 



AXTE77 73M.JJ ArTOMORII.E FOR 



I'M Peoibertnn Blda 



»- REWARD WILL PAY trp TO AJie 
■' 1 m.-fiU, rent In advance 0 1434 



OUR 1ST ACCOMMODATION DAY. 



ca»h Pliofce E 7040 af'er 13 norm 

ANTED LATE MODEL CAR. t»l TO 
1041 Phone E #ft)l 



•••nine. B 207,7 



VERY DEBtRABlr BUILDINO I OT 
Wllti (laa tire. brt part o( pou' 
It,, an truciUaa 77 lect Cheap 



apiendid rohdi 



$6500 



I/OR SALE BY OWNLB-Pi e-room eun- 
* calow full « emenl ourminl, hot-watei 
heatlhf ThU U a new hnu*« dfaianrd by 
w*ll-kn„wo arrhite, t bu - rO'' ni »emi- 
boneaiow full baaeroenu lyof-water f,e#t. 
atandln* in almaal an arrr in uuiet i«ra- 
tl'm Alan aeveral anod huilOm* «ite« We 
will build In your nlana AppU o Byrne 
Lake' Mill PO Phon* Albion I7X 



SUMMER HFSOHTS 



HOME IN THE COUNTRY COM- 
fdr table and roomy Tour and a 
a«rr. Prune in orchard and re.y m 

f# Ptmrif and rliy •»»* *r c ; air !□ 

partition «nd *rhool» P^rfer* pUrf 
oufu fa rrr.ir Phone E U»4 fur fur- 



SOOKE 



ANTED run 
fl vr -|>a r»rn*er 



OR I A TER kfonn. 
oupe Phone H 1017 



RT MUin ’ CADBORO HAT TWO 

f. "',m furr,l*lied aullr 116 a week 



UILDINO LOT III X 1 37 BIS I PAItl 
if Jaire« p,> near pnr* aehoo'a, 
rea ana kr*n.i-uria> hm Phuoe ll IM 



K’ATinNAL HOP 8 INO REGISTRY LTIO- 
ently In need of apartment*, houtea. 
for family accommodation, furntatiad or 
unfurnUhcd. Pyre aervlce to both landlord 
and tenant Select your own tenYni from 
nur Iona waitir.* Ii*t 

CALL At 117 OOVT STII EET. OPP P O. 
OR PHONE C3U7 



tSSlON Wfl tllN TWO W EinCB 
u a >e;» fine four-runm fcunaa- 
n beautiful rundiilfn throuai.Miil 
•-room hka fireplace, nnidern h it- 
and ha'ltroom , Atlarhen **?*•* 
itied Very fine eamec, all |,l*nt*o 



BELLING YOUR CART 
WP PAY HIGHEST CASH PRirES 



H Ann WON ifriT SPRINGS -- UTCtntT 
Orme Tourl't Cimn on lakefront 
Modern rotfaaec rearoraji:# rate* P‘ion» 
*1 n 



LK LAKE 



i>roi #oj 

term* 

PniCE 



$4000 



JONES BROS —CAR SALES 

DEPT, 

Jonpaon and Quadra Straen 
Phone E 1*3) 



I 1 if "harms nnjt 14 nr autip t. shaw 
• 4 maan I-*' Weit-fumlahed roomy 
d*» wee*, inonfh hoard ootlana' kitchen 
P Civile* e» Phone r-Uthle ti ll 44 R I 

S«nNNY SHORES- CABINS. COT- 
ta»'* Addr»»a Kit No 3 Phone 
SrvrVe a O 



VICTORIA WEST 



HIGH LOCATION- IN PAippiEU) 

/ aUifir IN AND VERY CONVENIENT TO 
rat en.re Fine reviflenrr nf eight 
rerun* wi'h TOILET and BASIN tloan- 
u.fr and BRAUTirt 1 MODtRN RATH 
RUi .y upataira auh cokred t ,h and 
haain and reparate toilet One brdrnom 
flr'ar, and thter upatairs Pm# hacem*nt 
* ’ pwtB eylrw rapac.G HOT 

WATER HEATING Pk 6TEM with OIL 
BURNER Secona.-a»nr> crnina* i.*iaula'.*i 
lor *6 I 136 wii b alirub" perenniaii and 

•Hade tree, Ou**>de aarayre 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
Pure f»|Ui fciindy klwalrl* fig 
•am*. M-reeot e.>mt>tr,ed eaa 
ana# and Rjud Sot- water 
haui ten earn 



It 700 rath balance lerma. Ko aaen'a 
Phene II JO 0 I 

I, MNE DUPLEX. W Al KING DISIAS'CE 
■ Belli auilra eniiyely aeif-rnntatnrd 
Pit* room* in une ard *t» in ihe other, 
T*o full bathtooma Onr auite 1 * furniahed 
fii»U*-ed fibre to Beacon Hill Par* lm- 
medial* ?bu4>ka|nn 131 Snuth Turner 8 t 

I^OUn-ROOM STUCCO Bl'NOALOW 

* 

‘ink full cement baaem'nt with furnace 
In ne* tubdUulon Prtca 14 300 Phone 
G 4318 after 4 r m 

MIVK-ROOM BUNGALOW CUD AH 8 ID- 

• a r»tra lot aceriookina <r er 
»ater\ oil heat nl«r home Phnna O 29*1 

■ r f. ikwo after * 

• .•OR , SALE IN ESDI’ IM ALT POt.’R- 

• room mofl fm hou'e Ft»r particular* 
B' , 411), Colon lit Nn aeenti 

1 ,-vjR BALE r OUJN 1 AL fit' NQ ALOW 

• flee modern roomy nearly new. my 
Prfc* t* 307 Phone E |tJ3 

|,'otm-nooM house wanted hy 

■ va'li timer or would tmnalder duplet 
Be* 4033. Colonial 

i AOUD MODERN SIX ROOM PAMILY 

• ■ home. rlr„e in nr auuable for cout* » 
to occupy itnWTU'.alr* and rent three nice 
bedroom- upjtaira at good tflcncre Pneed 

below value ^, 1 . -,, 

at lea *h 1 . . V 1 — ■ • )’ * 

Imtnediatr pnitvMton Owner 
BOX 3311 COLONIST 



$3500 



»OOM WANTED CNPUHMbHED PRE 
k ferred T. j.r | ||, h„,„» Wld>-wr 

reaefaf. and yuuper Box 39*7 Colon iaf 



FLYMiiUTR CAR 
be m acd condi- 



$1700 



DODGE MX _ EXCELLENT 
urea tali running urdrr EMU 



81 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 



MAPI! INN 
Mapla Bay 
Tancouvar Island 

BEAUTIFUL SURROPNDfNOS 

EXCELLENT MEALS 



$2600 



DOOR SEDAN, 1939-1942 FULL CASH 
mate bu.var B,r« »43 Colnniat 



Pemberton. Holmes, Ltd 

«7 FOIIT HTRYIT FROM I. *ITi 



K EDROOM AND Kl IfMENKTf K BINOLE 
cer'eu, lilt Vliing tUr.cyr 

1 NUKN1SHED IIOLSI KECPINO ROOM 
aulk rouble around Boor Rent rag. 
a on able. No duhn hr linen*. 3*23 Rose 
Street 



67 BOATS AND LAUNCHES 



.•OR SAI F rx< EX-LENT LARG7 Bi 



39-PT DOGFISH OR TBOLLER WITH 
seer 7-ft beam Ready to *n At 
ermen a Wharf John»on Sr F |t*3 



George Randall 

U'l DOIGLAS AT PHONE G aiaei 



PHONS FOR RESERVATIONS 
333LL Duncwo 



J JOOD BUILDINO i^>t ,«« X 176, WaS- 
• cana M're, t ,174 App „ , J;| ehi _ 



3MHHM 



Van der Vliet, Cabeldu 
& May, Ltd. 



jAURNIBIlrD HK ROOMS 1638 HI LI 
aide t Jitu f,,t *|i|„<iniment if *!«■ 



THE ROVAI. THU6T COMPANY 
1262 Obyrrnineni 81 Phoney t ,13*. x mo 



.•UHNIBHED HOI -TKFEPIN,, ROOM 
II* mruvihlv ,1, tlj. Street 



39-FT 1 ROLLIN' r) BOAT WIU. BELL 
nr trade on car 0 3411 

EW ROWBOAT. 139 ')2 MONTREAL 
flireet. 



rpY-CGLLWVN. HOOKE. PtJH QUIET 
1 reatlut holiday, waterfront, two 
ar.d 7 - r r-i -n tncrlun rwiy furnltned 



HIGH QUADRA 



•tTINIRKM) LIGHT HOI rCTKEtPING 

rwuii Apply mi Pitndorii 
IGII I -HOt'HrKFM-INCi T w O H U O m 
1 auue writ furttuhed no l|i|, and car 



/-CITY. CENTRAL roRT BTR 
■ pie* PcniBroke belhrnoini 
br.gfii and beaunfiu ro"tn». Rt 
lb"f»«li- Owner lea tiny fur Calll 
will tire Immediate po»*e»*ioi, 
Pricy, or offer, on term* 



CIRCUMSTANCES COMPEL 
IMMEDIATE SALE. * 



IMMEDIATE I'ClgsrAMON — A FIVE* 

room mu reo BuNttAijow has 

OI ABatED ■ IN ENTRANt l PORCH 
I.IVINO room WITH TILED P1HE- 
P1 A' k. 21IMNO DOOM DUTCH KIT* 
CHEN rwo nruRooMs rttnn 
PIECE BATHROOM LAUNDRY HIXIM 
Ft.ri. iTMFNT BASEMENT Et.'B- 
N API BM'AHATe GARAGE ijkWNh 

c a r nn 

DEN I AXES 141 PniCE ^‘•OUU 



All O MO HILLS 



nrr- breutlTiil Knr p ‘ Part,-.,|. 

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BUNGALOW 
OAK BAY 



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OAK BAY — FOR BALE BY OWNER 
T OVKLY ft- ROOM STUCCO BUNGALOW 
•e r, year, old Conataie nf living- 
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kitchen 3 nedioc-ma. Pembroke bathroom 
and parquet hal' Hardwood ftnor* and 
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h* lenient with wa'h Irart. etc Attrac- 
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ft-rtiom m.idern aunte'nw ip 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C./ FRIDAY. IULY 14. 1944 



Canada's 
Honor Roll 



Central Anltrto Beiiwi.nl \d»nu». 

Char!** kucetie Jtfmn .Toronto; B. veil. 
8««ni*r AU*n>o.-> Rtnn . Toronto fir* fl- 
ier. Jack Kuiitll. Hr mu Toronto. Rmwj. 
Hon- War.>on- Ring, Toronto . Cuibert- 
ar-n. Juhp Oswald. Cpi . Ottawa Crla. 
Stephen < s pa- Wr*uni2>.,ooi Curtra. 
John Franklin. Rfmn , Toronto, Darn, 
Jnrm Stephen Rtinn . Toronto Deblala. 
Alfred Alexandra. Pte . Cnchraor. Ool.j 
DrOint*. Stephan. Illrcn . Cothran*. Opt; 
Dr.ner Donald Ortavr. Rfpin . Toronto. 
Gainbrlelt. William Reid FUtnri . Wralon. 
Onl ; Katlhorc Leonard timer Fir . Aoua- 
flail S-'k Harku Junii. C*L Iurnutn. 
Henderson, l^arenre Rfmc . iiamUtoo: 
Laarrncr Jr Jama* Jorepl). L-CPt T<v 
rot to trt liar John. Rfmn . Toronto; 
La » la W. If red Chartaa, Rfmn . Toronto; 
lawkyrr. Mark HaUhard Fie . fUonkUn. 



art. Pit. Sa art.* a Ont ; Scot?. Kenneth 
P’*f*k L«Mh Toronto. Smith. * Charlaa 
William Sal Port Arthur Shilaon. WU- 
llktn Hanrt Rln , Tor or to. Tn'iri Rena 
Jo* Cp! . Lachuta Midi. Que Turner. 
Uoyd Phillip. Rln Toronto. Walll*. Ml. 
ter. CBM Kirkwall. Orkney talar da. 
Bern land Wtlbur. Frederick Prank. Bin. 
Toronto Wwaon. Pradrick Oaorae Rln. 
Thnroid South Ont Wmdrtm. Albert La- 
rerDf Cjil . Pr rrt*. Ont 

taalern OalarU tt»«in*rol — Braflfr.ni 
Datbcrt. frJ l BrscktUU. ralaj, John 
Sat Cnrnwat! on Davidson Robert 
J*me» P'red*cir* Sat Plmton Onl Me- 
Cuna. Klioee Davie Pie Brockkliit Mac- 
Donald Alexander. Pie. Ottawa MacD-ti- 
ell John Lao. L -Cpl Apple HiU. Onl: 
McLean. Ivan Pte . Brock till* MerPier- 
aort. Jutin hartley. Pte MaUwatclian. 
Out Mu*< low Frederick tmru, Pte , 



REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 
HOME LOANS 



heriayvi.* Ill— KlaOB Ravmocd Thomas. 
LAC. Allan Craig Ont 

varlendr leiur.d an aatlea aarvlra — 
Proudlore. Albert Oarar. Sal . Lncombe 
Alta. 

CANADA 

trrliiili 111 ae a raaall af Injarlr* aaa 
tamed ap active *cf Her— I'a cdtoi. Alfred 
Jamra LAC Cypraaa Rlttr. Man Rua- 

arli. Jobe Clyde PO. Goderich. Ont 



Calgary Racing 



CEDAR 

HILL 



UPLANDS BARGAIN 

ILBSTAWTIAL REfilDENCt OP FIGHT 
nooMB Lane lot t>iubi* aara t* 
Cloaa to beach and Yacht Club. Par- 
ticular a at Office oaLr. 



CALGARY. July IS CPl.- Victoria 
Park race re«ult* follow? 

EIBST aat t — Puraa laoo claiming; 
three- year-olda and up; about flea fur- 



TODAY’S 

OFFERS 



Lovely »iawa.,Oood lot. rich eeil Pra«. 
tlcally new. cedar shake aldlm bun. 



IP YOU HAVE A MODPRN HOUSE 
fOR SALE FOR CASH jp Oaa Bay. we 
ha a burns aaitint to pu/thaae 



iWh Defender -H W 



Black 



How It Started 



. OTTAWA The 
JOJth lut namai ti 

ovtutii — omt 
wot vi»» n 

Canadian Amor 

Uam Dalton Lieiil 



Canadian Army m Hi 
na retiring casualties 

TBS 



HIGH QUADRA 

8ITCATED IN HIGH DISTRICT 
amidat many fruit traca and atrar- 
ll*e aardan. ala-room Oii-O-Mati* 



GORDON HEAD 
WATERFRONT 



By jean newton 

TO HEAT THEM HCfLLOW 



if na« 



Robert. Ta 



Mortal). John Pranrit. Rtinn . Toronto 
Norrla. David Arnold. Rfmn . Toronto 
O Brian Chatlaa. Itfinn . Toriinte Partlna- 
ton. Edaard David L-Cnl Toronto: 

Paittnaon. Jack Cariiaic. cpl . Niaiara 
Paua Prvbble, Da»id William. ‘Rfmn . To. 
rontu Bar, Ronald tMia Rfmn . Chap-.il- 
H'itlRi, On' w 

, Ladein Onlarla Beglaaanl— -C.uvtatfvoA, 

Ouv'ave Arnold Rfmn . Hawke-trurv. Ont 
Jean, fcmlle. Pte. Hull. Uue Mn’rov 

Dannla Harvey. Pte. MaJrviUf. Dnj He id. 
Vernon Ansua. Ba' - Petertior.auch Toueur. 
Charie* Auatin, Cpl orrjiri - 

Rromenl dr Qaebwc— Die. Morrla. Pte , 



L -S.i M inircf 
Bar.'ieGeld Oni. Yciunt. Ctkyton RuaaaL 
Pte Madaaaaka Onl 
War bar K'< intent — Markerath BeoJa- 
Stewart. Pie Ruvaea N R 
nrtlBieni 4a Uuabrc — o ranter. Juaaoh 
PM Montreal ’ 

Nava -coli* and PEI Re« lmen»_Cnl- 

a*>n. John Jamet 9*t Qlaee Bay NS 
Pvar Onrdnn John. Pie. Truro NS 
Thom pane. Frederick Sanaa, Pte Bridae- 
• alrr NS Tiber!. Leonard Courtnej 
P:r . Ltaeotnb Miliv NS White Robert 
Ptank, Pte. River lie . mi n» Wiamore. 
LJnid David. Cp! Pm era id P t I 

Nan II' nit. a irk flrrin.Mil— Jt* her John 
Pte . Cam;. |>r)li. i!. N R Irandry. Pldale. 

I'M Blue Cove N R Lovelt. Wl|!v*d 

Jan e p.» Saint John Mallei Raymond 
Jnvcph Pie CLatnanu Head N B. 8a. 
toy Peter Joaeph. P'e Jfawravt'e N R 
Vo-tiour Jnarph Amedae. Pte Traiadte. 
N B Wattina Prnaat rna-Ue. Pie Loa- 
c ■ e y ) It N H Rny, Chanet Jean. Pte . 
M- Kendrick N H 

Wanllaba Keglmeivl — Currie O'-cdnn 
Orfham Cp! ^Ca:Berr« Man. Oun- 
aon. Ronald Hfn Pnivjair. Man K*II 

r»aT#rj^f hr Wir.nrp#* ri^ Mufcc 

Michael Rln ln*.i> Man nav.n.. s<an- 
!»' Rfft 8«an le.tr Matt Ricna.dwvn 
Alfrrd Francle. Sr> T'-r Pav Mvn Bin- 
rla'f lb»'*nce Fdaard Rfn W*b:a>wni 
Mijt StOTAnoairh. Jpeenh. Pin Ho'land 



UruiRi in , , , 175 150 

Ned S iR W Black* , . It* 

Time. t00l-> Alao ran Pardon Do. 
Yankee Trader. Epernay. laalila. Robwill 
Dally driftne. ill at 

THIRD III E — Puraa MOO clummi ' 
maiden three ear olda and up tit and 
ony-haif lurlonai 

Star Puller ij R Klplina ' II JO 11 iP tut 
Reuben Sumer* iA Rondo* it || ia to 
Jevv Yet .R W Black* * i M 

Tima. I II 1-1 Alan ran Nlkklclla 
Hone Star. Edmonton. Border Babe. 



bathroom Puily lurn.ar.ed with electric 
rrlriaecalnr. ml rania vacuum clean er. 
etc IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Every. 
•hin« that a horn* need* t* includ ed 

$6500 



Tlie* phni-Nf "to best hollow," or 
sa the saying somrtltnrs goes, "all 
hollow. " Is a good example of how 
words do not slwavs esy what they 
mean, and therefore must be exam- 
ined beneath the surface 
To make the Axis surrender un- 
conditionally. for example. It will be 
necessary to bear them "follow " 
but on the face of It that would not 
bp enough 

The significance of the Idea be- 
comes apjiarent oni* when we dis- 
cover that ‘hollow " tx a corruption 
of wholly. To beat the Axis hollow 
Is to defeat them completely 
It may sound like modern slang, 
hut we find recorded use of the 
phrase as early as m& in James 
Town ley* work. High Life Below 
Stairs " 

Rtlravcd hv Bell BrndKSM Inc. 



< vntrml Oman* R»* ln.nl 

Charie* 'Otburnr MkJur. T 
Peter Colwell. Lapui Toron 

New Hrun.wuk ReylBm 

OP«r»e Mar.n Licit, Cainpbc 

B C. K»c i m cm — Scl.lvldr 
Radcar, Lirui . v 1 1 *> * v m 
f father i. Cwarlenay. B.C. 

» iKKtM omt i as. 

N C O.'S AND WfN 
DANGEROUSLY WOL VOID 

■ C.A. — Hodcacn, Calvin l 
aarnia. Ont. 

Canadian Armored («>,. 

Kenneth Robert Tpr Hor 
Kapiianj Alexander Kit W 
Crank, John. Tpr . Burk i 
f’enner. Wallet L.-Cp! . wi 
Short. Ct.arlea Arthur. Tpr . s 
Sa>-k Toffelrpire. Joteph n 
Amhcratbun Onl 
R C V— Aahton. Melvllie 
Qxbrldae. Onl . Bnale WiU 
Or* r Wa'fr.rd Ont Dllla. 
mtind. Bdr. Pori Cofbornf. 

Jotxn Gordon. Onr . Turoi 
Laurenre Prut. Gnr . Ga.*t*r 
Lynch -Siam. Inn Allred o< 

Pinrher Cratk Alta Lyon. * 
er*. linr Meadoavaie. Onl 
Aaron II S V *hawii..aan fall*. Wi> 
Sharp. William Jama*. Cl*.r Verdun. Q-je 
Yo-int. Kliaer Ivan. Gnr .. BruaaaK One 
R I f f — .damv r>eri|ye-d»rnifl Kpr 
Joann* Mine* j'dtina. xs, Amhrcir* 



Se.ulh Of Avnue Clrvaa U> M->nltr(f 
Behoal. MODERN RTUCCO HtJNOA - 
LOW. eooraininc prt'iy li*ma-r»om 
aim open flreplae* dinette kllehen. 
1*8 toed bedroom*. Pembrnke Oaih* 
rnom. hardwood floor*, nirt plavtrrrd 
room In biaament. hut air (urnate. 
luba.-* caraye. eu Ta»»* about 16J 
Poaxaaainn September I, 



METCHOSIN 

:ss Arr.t8 good sheep pahm 
8oin« aood I mbrr C 1 O C fl 

Snap at ipe- acta* 9 I C.OU 
ADJOINING SiX ACHES. GOOD ROIL 

rornn 

f-ruo rumaioa p ru e .. dL 3UU 



Farrell. Gnr 



IN 1 1 DM* 

New Rrun*wl>k Reaimeal — Trevor*. 
Henry Per ley. L -Cpl , Chatham N B 



IMMEDIATE 

POSSESSION 

8POTliS8l.y (LEAN FIVE-J 
BUNGALOW All the r»nm» are 



$5800 



a ere with lonely 
i room# Three 
two fireplace* 



Reylmenl dr Owe her — Flairot P.err*. 

Pte. Eoret, Qje R«»dOlphe. Philippe Pie 
Modtreal ste. Croix, Bertram PMIbert. 

Pie . Montreal Blmard. Donat. I -CpL. 
Port Alfred. Our 6trol* Alexia. Pie . He 
Veri* One . Therrien Aroiand Pie fa 



$8500 



HAMPSHIRE ROAD 



N. Quadra 
Area 



$2900 



Nova vr"lft and P I I K»*Akienl— 

C"-«»!*nr! <1- -aid. t. -C'i Ka.erly N 

Frar.k Wilfred Ba.il Pie. Darimnu*!* 
N 8 , Hanebury Ralph Erir- Pi# . i niro. 
N 8 MveDnnald. Allan Pie . New Water- 
ford. N B . Mini). John The-dore. ft. 
Mlllcreek. N 8 T»ed. Kenneth Fneter. 



I'v-Sturt hfluae net 
Ridlnc and Durrvut i 
srrurttnn Three bedr 
• unriMim breakfatt i 



at X tH RAt I — Puraa 1400. thrae-iear- 

n rt* anrt UP. one mil* and. one-*ukir*nth 
Pe, per Pol .J Ytnai 1» xn | < vn iv n» 

r*nn Ouern • R W Rltrki J an 1 •(» 

Valdina R>m *R Tava** i *t 

Time. I 41 3 » Alao ran AU Sweep. 

Edinuninv Bail 

SEVENTH RACE— Tune AIM th-«e. 

rear-oldt and up * • and one-half fur- 

. 

Mil '* 8vlv,» 1)40 12 10 13X1 

r»*»er Marrux 'A Half*#- J 10 jib 

I wit* Br>- '* 'J Vina • i ui 

Time. 1 24 I-.v Al*«t ran t amp filial, 
Bharantppv Sk.p the New* Mavr*e.Dl4r- 
Kinchroom J 

Out nrila paid »: •' / 

OYERNK’.HT ENTRIES / 



• V.m.nl— PL aid Albert Philip 

ardvilir B c 

*ew*n R -t Invent*— Pirn r 1 • Wit 

r v rvnnald Cpl Vlrden Man 
iarrt Prank RTn V'rden Man 
Nottnart Albert Rfn . W.r.tard 



COLES. HOWELL & 



flraplare Karluaive 



$4850 



fi.SCO ON STRIKE 

CHICAOO. ‘July 13 iPi. — An esti- 
mated « HOO workers in rune Chicago 
wid Joliet can manufacturing plants 
struck suddenly today several hours 
after the Regional War Labor Board 
mBde publlr a decision granting the 
workei* Only a portion of their wage 
demands 



New Brun*wl<* Reeimenl — Reauieu. 
Ro*a ire. Pi* . Orandfaiik N B Campbell. 
Benjamin Ralph. P>« . N*a Cattle, N II 
rf.evarie, Edmond Pie . Ald^'lanr N B . 
Paler. Alder Jp*»ol. T Cpl. Chatham. 
N B Delnna, Glenn P*e , Wondi’rvrk, 
N p tlrfrah Clarenre-. P'e We»* Plnr- 
er,r»*Ul» N B Puk* Gilbert Thnma*. 
Pte , Saint John F-**#r. Wrandhury. Cpl , 
Dawton'llle SB Froet, William Hei.r* 
Pie. Bartrvllle. NB G*ile>, Jame* 
WlillOIP Cpl New-e*»i1e N B Oreaan. 
tan Man an Pie, Chatham, nr Kint- 
•ton. John. L-CpI. ‘B lack River Bridae, 
NB. Ktvnairx. Kred Jnvrpn, P'e , _ Chat- 
ham N B Knn»!*». Thnma* L)|e P'e , 
Cfik'haiR. N B Lanlaian*. Piro Jotepit. 
L -C'pl . t»*« evtlle. Nil leblanr. t eo 

t^iui* 8«' i Khetllae. NR Le BnuthllUrr. 
Lennee P'e Upper 8 1 fthnnn- N B Me- 
Maekic. Patrick Albert, pte Ppham, N B 
Martin Preneriek John. Rfmn Kourhi- 
bauanai N II Martlneau, Earl Clair. Pi*. 
Newraaiie. «( B Morin Wllvort Joaeph. 



E'uren bunaalnw built under in* N H A 
• flleh mean* a ICO per eent home and 
a email monthly raiment Large uv- 
Ina-rviorn with open firejilarr, d-netie 



Rrnfrew 



•S* VIEW STREET 



KER and 
STEPHENSON 



Lester frnnl, Apr Mtiidee, Cini 
ih>. Thoaia* B iKiffe 8t»r r 
B'ewart. Ovear Oeort* Srr , Mpui 
O ne . swift Dr on it Bamutl. Br- 
ton Thompyon. Hor*t;e Oa*i''-l 



W*»yt pte Mont 



mndern pa'hr -om. r*m*n! hiirm 
lurnare lub* e*c fhiy lataoi. 



YOUR MOVE 



Weviern Oman* Redmenr 

leudonne. p*e Pred#r • k It'll 



$4750 



*r RaD'oti Dosttie* Apr 
fanien. B»rn#f tvar Brr 



Double 

ie fur- 



FlrAt to atngf a wnlkout 
weir 1.200 cntpJoyppA in three nf the 
five Chicago planU of the Conti- 
nental Can Company, and spokes- 
men for the United S'e#l Worker* 
of America <CIOi said they ex- 
pect-d the strike would be extended 
to the entire Industry in the CJil- 
rwgiy acew. employing more than 
8.000 



femral Onlarlw Reilmenl— Pa'llievh R-vb- 
ert WU'Ptl t -CPT . T'lronlc. Wilson. Da- 
vid Mi'Caul- Cpl Toronto 

f avlern nitlailo Ret im.nl— We'fft tVtf' 
Daniel P'e VlrtOfla Rd Om Tallinn 
ETtnei* Mii-i.ael p*» CotpaalL Onl 
New n>un«wlek R.iliaenl— D*i*> Wll- 
llerr P'- Chfi.nn N H Knapper Albert 



ynili Owner 1* offered 14*. feni 
three rnnm» down Three room 
have .been- vnied ^a*- «4* tjt' XT? 
vaearit tor*'. on 
ear Term* 



flR»T RACE— Fur*# I4M / eta (mine 
three i ear -old# and ur about/ to# tur 



P. R. Brown & Sons, Ltd, 



$4200 



Kady Kate 
Pine Mr* 
Mere* M«r 



S2600 



IROAD aT PHONE OTITI 

E * en mu f »fi av G Alia 



NEW LISTINGS 



M * M M a rru* 



FAIRFIELD 



Nor* Lea 



Shawnigan Lake 

•90*. riff WATEBEBOK I AGI 

DOWN and 



jamtvt. Pte L^*c*;evil)e N b 
Dcnald Leonard Pte , Pu*-ex N B 
Kuril Ir.nnrd, CBM r*mrt»e||i.. 
Rnhlrlvaud Ruaer Jrieph. I*te . C 
NB Ro>. Bnutfice Pte. Onl 
NB Roy Richard thorn**. Cp 
Ba'hural NB Bata#*. William . 
Pte. Bartlboa Bridae tg Savoie 
pie St Arthur. N R B* v cut. H 

Pte.. Genre etown. N R Savnv. B 
Joseph. P*e C*icrb*U*i*u. N I» 



FULLY FURNISHED 
Including 

GOOD QUALITY RUGS, 
DRAPES. ETC 

MODERN BUNOAL 
Hk*h Uuadra Qui 
wood floor* Modei 
baaement. tumor* 

I* food fnclnaina 
furnlihmaa 



Jciepr. Vatmove 



Pt**a Thin* 

Patty Witch 

Al*n *11*161* — 
Marelivi* . . 

Proud Rama 

Men. r.tinur 

IHre-Plr 
Hlark ‘/.ephtr . 
lean win 

VII OM* It A* I 



G* rate and 

to nigh a r i • . • > i 
Owner will *; 



$3300 



$5250 



Grow. 



S6300 



MOSCOW. July 13 'CP-ReutgrV 
Fcnr of Incurring HlUer’a wrath 
ha* nutwplglifd the pro*|>rct of cap- 
Mvlty amonc German commanders 
and Lx one of lire reason* why the 
Fled Armv has been able lo capture 
19 generals in 20 days, according to 
report* reaching here The Rus- 
Man* are scrupulously observing tne 
rondltlonA for Imprisoned officer*. 



FAIRFIELD 

EARLY POBBEflBION . Beven 

home Hardwood fluura In v* 
eelieni «nar* Thi* u a 'e*l 



uti* In 
Hard- 
Lined 



Rancei 



SAANICH 



lovely carden 



MIXINL 



Irnoin* and bauirnom 
ni Thu home |* m 
inn owner 
upted . . . 



S4850 



S5500 



$5750 



maul 



NEW BUNGALOW 

r .e. rrt*>*i, atueary hunialnw in Itmieh 

: I"'- V $5250 



$1500 



$3150 



baiemrn 



AGAIN A FATHER 

RICHMOND, Did. July 13 
Mr and Mr> Riley a I*a.’. mon. of 
Dublin, who became the parent b of w 
twin* three >enrs agn announ' a ed 
♦ he birth of a son today Lavmon ] m 
Ia 75 and hi* wife In 33 J ... 



$4750 



I’d ACRES AND LOTS 
OF FRUIT TREES 

llOOO ' ASH GIVER IMMEDIATE 

OMEMION in tht, /me property | r 
d* two-mu* cirri# and ein*r *n but 
nd rat Una There • « aeven-tnant 
jncai"*' with full naver.ien furnaee 



*urrnur.d»d h. 
brand new w< 
bunf at-ta off* 



MEHAREY & CO 



M*.«ln* ni avllvr *ervlre af*ev atv ae 

afloaa — Ar»»nwk John Peter PO. far 
T. Alia Flan William John B»» 
irm* B«v<ab!e Harold Dent*. PO Per 1 
ltir Flea i . rr.d- »*• Hamil’nn 

Jnaeph 0 * 1 



Rf Re*'m#nl— M*n»ov"nd Harnlit |v»uf 
la*, the. Hr» Allre Hanvnvand moilier'. 
/ebslln* . M Kenn- Rnder rk Band me. 
\ , *U'#r VV iikinv FlenWi P>' Mr* 

Mv'Mirl C Hvikliit i wife i wi Oiel.ea 
•ireer. Namlnva 



Cosy Bungalow 



phone r ii*- 



$4500 



Fie* 



Anna a Vtah 
te* Du* i 
yaldiii* lad 

P'*r 8t*r 

(lav Guv 
All Re«dv Yei 



car'-'- PROPOSE* AIK E OKI E 

l«fg. ’Sn C p«* r : WASHINGTON , July 12 J' - 

r»*«i >d w ie" Maintenance of a formidable j*vi- 
ZT c v'e'-e military air forte, with Atatul- 
Jlaffman Charm by aircraft .production plant* readv 
anrde*r Revei *cv emergency, wax pri>pr>*e^i 

:*r>t^ rnr^rhvie* te.day b\ Robert p Patlervon. Unll- 
*ui* a* i wiVni p< 1 Stgtea Unde r*fiec ret ary of War. 

"mi' 1 ' I'^Ai^n ro* ,he Military Sub- 

*m' Dakin a*i Committee 



$3750 



js:;™'” $5500 

JOHNSTON k CO., LTD. 



B.C Rrilmrat— Wllvon Arthur f ( *1 
Chemalnu*. R C. 

'•vkttrh.w »n — Reli-t.ifde 

V inter.' Jnveph, nfmn Fix r*r-.v Xi.| 



$2500 



GORGE P 



in Canada *•« and nne-ha 
ijidr Lev 

Pagan Pmai* ., 

Treamr# Band 

Pa**n Star 

Met met 1*1 
llrvnpi Ml near 

aixril BAI E— P TV. I* 
nld* and urt en. mil* and 
Brim Dn 
>A' ralladpnna 
Rail#* , ■ . , . . . . 

'A* Yen Mafru* ....... 

lla.lv Earl 

Bnmhvliell . 

Va»u*lti» .4 

Valdina Rub 

< A i Mr a E Johannten 



S2250 



S3950 



VICTORIA REALTY 



NORTH 

QUADRA 

PRIVACY 



•It v atm AiarrT 

PHONE E 7514 



A A.-ve* and l-ronr 
room*, hrirk ctilmi 
and run l«nd ;•* 



f .3 I If II.DREN 

HARTFORD. Conn.. July II -A’ — 
Dr Alfred L Buifdorf. oily health 
of fit rr. reporlPd today that 83 young 
children were among the 162 who 
died a* a result of last Thumday’s 
clrcu* fire dlaaiter. 



Rank Ain hi. Norman Ban tori) Ptr N*a*;e- 
dowrv s*'« T»»lnr. william Lalrdi Rfmn. 
Prirr* Alb.rt 

Alberla Realwi.nl — K'rkn Gutiaie John. 
P'r I'alearv I* P/rlrv, Iji Cnt.v Ai'a 
Al ICJHTT.V M OI VPFfi 

K. <lm.nl d» Uu.b*. — Ririard AOlnnin 
F*t* rrande Vail*, (jut 
INK BED 

W.*l»r«i Onlarla R'lUn.nl — Avh. Deni t 

Jamev. f.'rtl . Cfiainaii' Citvi 

Rpcimeni d. uu.h.r— Raymi' d Jo -.rn 



~ • $3650 

R. H. DAVIES 



•$1500 

SUBURBAN BUNGALOW 



Pr. *!*•«*•» ..purled on a.ilve 

aervlre. new reported wrlvaner of war »fier- 
manv i— P.arc.v hi*.' PO. Vanrniver 
rr.vleu.lv vewwvtM nrltanev af war. now 
rewnrl.d »afe — Bufl-T Edwin PranclS, 
W rv Ch*JI»r N B 



CLOVERDALE 
' $1500 



■EAlTf 

YATfs AT Pll 

Niibl. •- ivm 



tardr 



The dwell 
panaied li 
and kltrhl 
thr#*-p|ecw 
healln* pla 
and nn a*, 
re.erllv be 
*flv In mi 
thicken hr 



$2000 



OtfYB a 



The Daily Cross-^ord Puzzle 



Lane 



SAANICH 



STUCCO BLOCK 



$4500 



Heisterman, Forman 



$8400 



IhiNehall Standings 

AMERICAN LEAGUE 



FOUL BAY 



$5300 



KING REALTY 



GILLESPIE. HER! E GO 



Bnaion 
New York 



r.oiraiwFVT at ami 

EVENING*! 

w tea*, r in*, r smy. r mi r, m? 



Waterfront 
Gordon Head 



Washington 

Chicago 

Cleveland 

Dp troll* 

Philadelphia ,. M .. . 
NATIONAL l.FAOl F 



S4850 



OWNER LEAVING 
SNAP, $3250 



A I ( TIONF.ERR 



VACANT 



PitiAburgh 

ClncinoaM 



In oll&r 1 «n 
on »w«> lari. 
The femiaaln 



3-1 Johnson Street 



New York 
Philadelphia 



$4750 



Brooklyn 

Chicago 



5noilirr Choice selection f mm 
Private |f»inev of ' ery Select 



IKIWN 

7 Moulding. 

8 Mournful. 

P Hindu mvAMc 

10 Dark red 

11 Kind of fo<y race 
13 To take. 

IS Angered 

ID ‘Itigonomr’rtcal figure# 
2 r * B"W of ve^aei i pi », 

2? Evil *ri 






Af ROSS 



COUNTRY HOME 



EOABT LVAOI P. 



Modern Furniture 

Etc. 



(•nival Onl* 



Oakland 
Ran Franriaro 

Seattle 



*>ar* a i n MttfiRY 



$3250 



lX)« Ar.geje* 



Ran Diego 
Pori land .. 
Hollywood 
Sacramento 



Gillespie, Hart & Co 



$4200 



FI FORT ATREYt 



Arthur E. Haynes 



\ ictoria Ciltih U in* 
Seniors’ Golf Match 



ake amende 



OPPORTUNITY 



$4500 



Cabim 



§hoin,ak#ra from the V|rtor1a 
Dolf Club won fhe team p-.enl 
•»*geri ln conJuncMon with the Van# 
coiner I* and Senior Oolfera’ Aa- 
eoriaiion Inaugural tournament and 
Rained pot.Mw.-ion nf the hand^wna 
Srraith Cup it wa* announcod ye»- 



to move 



It ill i Dmwt.tr 

kfa^r HuPe of 



MllRlll it oi mu |> 
Aeva baivtia •«<( r I I r. 



Hemp fibre. 



S4000 



3*. Deetltutr of hair. 
3D Abrele 

41 Golfer * mound 

42 Rndent 

44 You and I 



$3600 



The fouraorr# of Hepburn. Mu- 
grave, Bchwergg/a arid Todd had a 
gro** score of M2 while WhU fa- 
more McMillan, Tuiljr and RmJlh. 
Upland* Club finlihed with a groa* 
M» to »ake second honor* .Third 
place wen r ' »o Iran* TTEomaa M#t- 

ior and nrk, Coi»ood./wnh 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 



E. H. Knott 



pd Ware Ornamen 
Hnee Lawn More 
r.-verj gotid 9totto 



Rare Opportunity 

ROCKLAND AVENUE 
APARTMENT 



BRETTKNHAM England <P> — 
V r e»erana of the land hare received 
•penal award* from the public ag- 
ricultural cornn Itiae in, recogniUSB 
of Ion « and faithful aervfcc# Ona 
of the win pert of tht* Suffolk vQ- 
lage waper fjaot nu Wn a Tioraa- 
m*n on the .a me farm for &•> yaara. 
Anolner S ydrvey 0out*r ha* workw! 
on a kwaJ farm for M ;nr* 



DOWN 



AM 



MVKV rinert 



S3750 



And I viul Morning Sale at 14.M > ' . 

Of Poultry V>ge4ao(e» Bedding*- * 
Out Plant* Water Pipd Duckji e«4 «*■* 



MAVNASD A NONS Aiirlmrifp l 



tt or 


f *nrr*fi • 


t W! 


ItlAin. 


itus i: 


«1«»S||. 


ffisnn 


Miftfti 


U’| 


Yitsm 


M «r 


r»> r O 

» r#* » p» j* 


CKOi 


«dv K 


i fpflfll 


I. W'iM 



73 




SHAWNIGAN 

LUMBER YARDS LTD 
2000 Govt. st. Victoria 



B.C. Forest Problems Startin 
Crystallize, Commissioner Sta 

•Our problem* are beginning tol Forest Branch for it 
rryatalllzc, even though the aolu- ne thought It wo-i 
non* may not be *o clear." aald Mr. from political prn 
Jiwtlce Gordon McO Sloan. Royal f feared that board 
< onunluioner for the British Co- j liand* of purely techi 
lumbia forest Inquiry 



Due Here in August 



Smaller Parks 
More Popular 



W Lloyd Craig, British Columbia 
trade commissioner at Ottawa. 
leaving the Government service at 
the end of this month to join the 
Canadian Coal Operator*’ Associa- 
tion at Ottawa Hon. E C Carson. 
Minister of Trade and Industry, said 
yesterday that no action hud been 
taken no far by the Government 
fill his place. 

With thr Department of Trade 



Pay Hue*— .Six traffic regulation 
violators paid flnea totalling $42 50 
•n city police court yesterday morn- 



(selective Service regulation*. 
sentenced to on« day in jail yester- 
day morning in the city police court 
Following (hi* day in jail. Kilner 
will be taken under police custody 
to SI. Canadian Coast and A A. 
Artillery School. Military District 
No li, Esquimau, where he will be 
inducied into the army 



OLD 

PIANOS 



‘"nie value of a park should be 
Judged by lie accessibility . and not 
so much by its else and grandeur " 
said C P Lyons assistant forester 
of the British Columbia Forest Serv- 
ice. speaking at the Lions Club 
luncheon held in Spencer > dining- 
room yesterday. 



Tools Missing — J H Wheaton. 1320 
Purcell Place, reported to police yes- 
day that the building, now being 
repaired, had been broken into by 
boys, and fools stolen. 



. . as he com- 

mented yesterday afternoon on the 
progress of the Inquiry. 

H. W. Davey, commission coun- 
*e| &aid lie planned to place sev- 



M >o*i don't need you n 

• Hera arc bow and g.rtt 

•Ho do can mala 

* cash deal *t FletcHc* 
MJO Douglas Sheef 



He explained that 



volvp thousand* of 



leavyTme- 



.3,000 people had annually visited 



reenway 



fore the inquiry moved to Vancou- 
'er. but might not be able to call 
• hem at thl* session. Today t* the 
lw.vt day or the current session In 
^ Ictoria. and an early start will be 
made so that as many of these men 
ft' possible may be heard 
Alrd Flavelle. president of ThuG- 
fon-Flavelle, Ltd,. Port Moodj. was 
pi the stand yesterday. 

He expreaaed the belief It would 
( hr impoaslble in perpetuate the «aw- 
mlll induMry on the British Colum- 
binT'cnast as ar. present constituted, 
becaure mature timber wa* being 
« ut rapidly and second growth 
would not produce the same quality 
But hr felt it wa* unnecessary to 



window* at Oakland* School annex 
were broken Wednesday night. T. L 
Christie secretary of the school 
board, reported to city police yester- 
day afternoon He asked that police 
keep an eye on school* during the 
Summer holiday a La^»t week win- 
dow* were reported broken at Nonh 
^’ard School Window breaking 
was costing the board a lot of money, 
Mr Christie stated. 



ColunY&ltf exhtbtt at the San Fran- 
cisco World Fair. At the beginning 
of Ihe war he went to Ottawa tn the 
interests of industry of thl* prov- 
nice He has been instrumental in 
securing a large number of war 
contracts. 

E g Rowebuttom. deputy mui- 
l*i er of trade and industry, goes to 
Ottawa uaxt week to dheus* future 
contracts with He Department of 
Munitions and Supply 



was fined $50 in city police court 
yesterday morning 



British Columbia a five large park 
reserves which embraced more than 
5.000 000 acres, while about 11000 
people In the same time had vim ted 
Little Quallcum Falls Park of only 
130 acre*, situated on the Island. 

Bearing this conuasl in mind. Mr 
Lyon* stated that tn l?40 the For- 
estry Bianch had passed a special 
parks act reclassifying the large re- 
serves and dividing provincial parks 
I into three daises. "Class A’ park*," 
I Mr Lyons said, "are mainly for 
j recreational use. class B parks are 
I bigger park lands on which we 
• allow certain timber and mining 
, rights, and class C parks are the 
small community parks admir itteied 
by local parks boards " 

Mr Lyons predicted a trrmendous 
increase in outdoor recreation after 
the war when better rood* were con- 
structed and more people had. cars 
but said one obstacle would be local 
jealousies We are drafting plans 
right now according to recreational 
needs of the more densely populated , 
districts. What good is a park in thr 
wilderness? Our outlets must be , 
near cltlea, with go»«l toads lending i 
into them, and they must also be 
near where the main How of tourists j 
enter BitOsh Columbia, 1 ' he declared 
"We haw found." Mr. Lyons added. . 
that 60 per cent of the tourist in- I 
flux enter* the province through ! 
Victoria and Vancouver " 

Tlie assistant forester explained 
that park* are planned bv drawings 



Magistrate 
Henry C Hall, on a charge of drink- 
ing liquor in the Victoria Cafe on 
the night of July 5. 

Tomb* Damaged — F B. Robertson 
caretaker at Rows Bay Cemetery, re- 
ported to police yesterday some 
tombstone* in the cemetery had been 
damaged and fire6 had been lighted 
on several occasiona on the property 

Garage Entered -The premise* of 
Fltzer A Nex. 2950 Douglas Street, 
were entered by a prowler Wednes- 
day night, and 150 pennies stolen. 
U was reported to city poller yes- | 
terday. The west door was forced 
open 



The early lessons in 
life are the one* not 
easily forgotten. 

In the candy bu»i- 
ness the lesson of 
quality ia_foremo*t 
above everything 

else. 

Without it. there is 
nothmg. 



HON. RAV ATHERTON 

United State* Ambassador to Can- 
ada. who Will be in Vancouver on 
August 23 before making Ids first 
official visit to Victoria ,where a 
joint meeting of the Chamber uf 
Commerce and Canadian Club Is 
planned for him. 



Shoppers 
Be Wise! 



OPEN AT ONE 



Eire Hazard Eased 



You will TTnd more room on our 
buses between 10 and 4 Do vour 
shopping between 10 and 4 . . . 
leave seats for the men helping 



<*ra«* Fire* — Two *mall gra*.* fires 
were attended early yesterday morn- 
ing bv the city fire department One 
was at the corner of Adanac Street 
and Richmond Read, the other at 
corner of B^cbie Street and Belmont 
Avenue 



Clouds and generally dull weather 
probably bringing a higher humidity, 
were welcomed by the Forest Branch 
.yesterday as tending to ea*e the 
extreme fire hazard, but officials 
pointed out it would require heavy 
rain to matermllr mange the pres- 
ent dangerous condition 
No word of new outbreaks reached 
headquarters yesterday, and lack of 
new: from the Buttle Lake nre In 
Blrathcona Park, Nanaimo district, 
wa* taken a/, encouraging, alnce It 
indicated there. Juid been no Alarm- 
ing development* there 



Labor Situation 
Is Satisfactory 



mining might develop, *mj new 
n r* Of forest product*, would- prob- 
ably establish communities on a 
bosi* much more permanent than 
the present Tuinb'-r IndUAlry. He 
mennrrfird pulp null* operating m 
*»cond growth pure Man 
Southern United Stare., cl 
abort growl!: 



CANDY SHOP 

743 FORT STREET E 6421 

Abo at $14 Robinn 8t„ Vancouver 



Blue Line Transit 

G arden 1 1 55 



Appoint Delegates A dP|rg,»| 
tn the annual convention of 
Hrltiah Columbia School Tim* 
A.*oriatlon. to be held at Kamlo 
for three days commencing s 
tember 25 will be headed by Tr 
tee Austin Curtiv chairman of 



Accordmg to a statement made 
yesterday by William MacGtlJivray. 
director of the Dominion-Provincial 
Ei»erg*-nrv Farm Labor Service, the 
genrral farm labor sliiution 
througliout thr province u at llic 
prc.>enl rPA*nnably satisfactory 
Mr MacGllllvray. who has been 
vi.Mting the Virtorla office and con- 
ferring with Hon Dr K C. Mac- 
Donald. Minuter nf Agriculture 
**ld he was well satisfied with the 



New Society — Northern British 
Columbia Agricultural Association, 
Prince Rupert, was registered at, the 
Legi*lature . Building* thl* week 
under the Societies Act Rutland 
Credit Union and Vernon and Dl*- 
t-rni. Credit- Unwtr were itterrpgis- 
tered 



LOANS 



wiipc/dtion 



On DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, SILVER. 
WARE. STOCKS and BONDS 

» - M i— | 

Full laformjlion Write to 

B. C. COLLATERAL 

ioan naoxtav ltd 

?? E Htstiogl V jnrno,f r $ C 



naby i .arriages 

N<» Shipment DE LUXE MODEL— 
Spnnqi (Hromt H*ndl*». br*k« 
4 bo* Hood, lined — 



Companies Formed 



Columbia for 
*il*la'lned yir 



a travel tadiu* tn 



Tliree Victoria companies wer 
among 13 incorpe 



centres. Taking Victoria a* on» 
centre, the radiua would Include Sail 
Spring Island. Duncan Jordan River 
and Alberni "The Writ Coa*t In not 
included," he *ald. because J| is too 
Inaccessible.” 

Mr. Lyon* explained that iu- a 
centre Victoria larks warm walrr 
swimming families and Winter s|iort 
area* 



Other Modal* Up From 9 1ft 86 



en a* ihe Legis- 
lative Bulldlngt. this week They 
were Wind over. Ltd. 1121 Govern- 
ment Street; Buchanan Agencies. 
Ltd . 700 Pandora Avenue, and Lyles 
Junior Sportswear,” Ltd.. 732 Firt 
Street Capitol of each is $10,000 
Subscribers to Buchanan Agencies 
were Viola Ma<*Ph*r. <>r Victoria, and 
W c TlK>mp-.on, Vancouver, and to 
Lvle-, Junior Sportswear were Viola 
MacPhee, Vi* 



# .•ji/iF r. rti /tloyrr* 

Insjjectlon of union dues card* of 
4 VH) worker* at Yarrows. Ltd . and 
V M D shipyard* and local machine 
*hop« wa* finished yesterday by 
busmen agents of tei> unions. Rob- 
rrt Noble, secretary of Victoria 
Labor Council, sold the inspection 
>howed shipyard employees to be 100 
per cent union membej*. 

The inspection, a three-day job 
is carried out every three month? 
jointly bv CCL axid A F of L 
union representatives. 



to w-r fuel »nd **i|ov comfort n bv 
H««ioq your Home mtulitcd with ROCK 
WOOL W c hj«c tHc equipment aod 
opcnanccd «pj>lic«ton 

Phoe« m d Let U* Give You i Fr«* 
htimilt — G 2311 



r m FORT STREET | 242J = 



1‘irnis or Indl vidua Is seeking 

*iirrdv liquidation of timber should 
be permitted tn rut out and move 
nut Combination of the three step-. 
Would achieve tlie desired result 
with the least genera) disturbance. 

Do not rjeivnd too niurli r«i com- 
pulsion." Mi Flnvelle advised He 
warned also that there would he 
•an *wrul howl politically” if Coa..t,j 
forests were rlo.-,ed to exploitation 
unless Misfained vield Kxik It* place 1 
He cannoned also that rare must 
be Haken to 
men desiring t, 
wo»k1* 

Mr Fla ve lb 



Charged with Ihe theft of a wallet 
containing $146. Kwong Mar. Chi- 
nese. wa* found guilty . yesterday 
morning m cltv police court hy 
Magistrate Henry C. HbII. and *u 
remanded until today for sentence. 
The wallet wa* stolen from another 
Chinaman, Wong Chuck 

The lengthy ra.‘e tequired the 
services of an Interpreter a* both 
partlr* involved »j*oke only their 
native tongue Oaths taken by the 
Chinese were performed in Chllieie 
manner, with each wrifinc his name 
on a piece of paper The paper ru 
ignited by a match and a* finaie-. 
burned Ihe sheet eirfi recited hlv 1 
oath. 

Kwnng Mar, the accused .'Uted 
he had found the wallet and had 
taken the money out for safe Keep- 
ing waiting fur someone to claim 
the sum Shortly afer. Wong Chuck 
victim of the theft, entered Mark 
Fugard Street and a->k*-d j 



GUARANTEED LINOLEUM 
AND CARPET LAYING 
■irsia* tn an. < aarrtt. 
fHVNt.lMi Of sT*ta i itrm 
full- I in#o«»r»4 w-e 
lM>n*(n trrr 
r mplrr «■* after • r W 



I ich Penluhiila. visiting Die hcstel at 
i Mounl Newton HigJi School and the 
office at Sidney 

Remarking on conditions in other 
| centres nf the province, the director 
said it would be nece-s^ary tn bring 
in about 300 women and girls from 
Alberta and Saskatchewan to meet 
iirgn.i requirement* in the Fraser 
Valiev and In the Okanagan dis- 
trict* 

A concentrated advertising u»tn- 
paurn had reeutled tn many hun- 
dred* nf workrn proceeding to the 
l»err\ farm* from 
director st 



oil*, w C "niotnpsoti 
and Tanada Powers. Vancouver 
Largest Incorporation of the week 
was International Artist* 1 Film* Cor. 
pnratlon Ltd . Vancouver, capital- 
I fzed at $500 000 Two other large 
I companies were Dominion Cone Co 
Ltd . $101 200, and Fish Dehydra ten . 
Ltd , $100,000, both of Vancouver 
Other im dr pora lions were FPh A- 
0\Mrr Bar, Lid. $25,<VXI. Coast. 
Met*] products. Ltd 
Seal Insulation Ltd 



Unloi 



membership nf 
more than 4 000 employer! at Yar- 
row Ltd and VMD shipyard. 1 are 
seeking new agreements with Ihe 
managements embodving the due:, 
cherknff sv.trm and simplifying the 
holiday -with -pay claur 
Negotiations, for thr r J. a h B e, 
through a committee of the JOint 
Shipyard Couucll here have begun 



FAIRWAY 



TECHNOCRACY 



favored a forestry 
hoard- but argued p : -hould he an 
advisory hod. with admliit^t-atinn 
remaining III the hands of the For- 
est Branch He opposed tUr Gov- 
ernment delegating control of n re- 
source, »urh as timber to n iwmrd 
divorced from responsibility to the 
people. 

The wltnevv paid tribute to the 



Meat 

KltJi- 

Lawn Bowling Club Properlle*. 
Vancouver, the Ltd, finnoo; Wrirome point Fish- 
trd, and added that quite frtw. Ltd. IIO.OOO, and Findlay 
a number I ,«r| been recruited from Simpson Shingle Co, Ltd $10 000. 
Vancouver Island point*, Including all of Vancouver, and Barter Place. 
Port Alberni. Duncan Saanich. Na- Ltd, MatUogdvUle. $10,000 
natmo and Victoria — 

9 fM Committee tn Meet 

3PVMPABMHMIM 

1 * I \ T Y J | ffiJ ■ H ’he , . 

7 o clock 

(3^ r .... 

Jf s ‘jf dlnn Youth Commission will 

S '* 3 Wl by the project group* whirl 

N-AA ^ ► tj employment, international 

i y T ’ ?l I H education and recrrntioi 

yf ) H ratification h\ the nieetiriR 

L W / / T ^B"-ports will be forwarded »o 



John Crmg newly -elected presi- 
dent of Victoria Rourv ^Jub^-war- 
welcmned In taking up the office 
a» chairman at Die lurrhenn meet, 
lug yesterday in the FTtiTprS* HdVeT 
C. W Marshall, National Film Bf-ard 
representative, allowed two films, 
and was thanked by George Alex- 
ander. 

"Film Communique No 7;' 
showed United States force* in ar 
Don In the South Pacific and wa* 
released to Uf public for the first 
Ume yesterday. Vividly and in de- 
tail It showed the linmen-e supplies 
necessary for wnrj from munitions 
and to>xl supplies through to man- 
feiwer and munition workers 

Partner-. In Production" was the 
• erond film depicung the work of 
labor-inanagerpent production com- 
mittee.-. showing the principle of 
Mnt consultation between employee 
and director It had an introduc- ' 
tor. note b 1 Premier Markeniie 



tn the ore or some tihiohi and 



expected to Mart soon for the other? 
Abom 10_jjiuon« with both CCL 
and A P' nf L afljhanon sre In- 
volved 

Dues checkoff already In effect 
at Nanaimo coal mutes and .some 
Islnnd lumber operations, provide* 
that the company dpducto monthly 
union dues from cheque* in Dm* 
same way as Unemployment Inst- 
ance payments 

Employees now get * weeks holi- 
day after a years servjre Thr 
unlonA projtose that after the war. 
yard operation* should re*re for a 
w k. arid all employer , take a holl- 



W. Brookbank 



We are agenfy for this famous 
Rjnge. Stocks j re limited but 
we are receiving our quofj per 
month. Put your order in carlv. 



The Danger of 
FASCISM 



room nr 

about the miMlng money and wallet. 
Mar had hidden the empty wallet 
beneath Mimr book* at d magazine*, 
in a hallway of the premise*-, evi- 
dence showed 

When police armed later m 1 1 tr 
evening. Mar admitted hauig ihe 
money, and (timed both the wallet 
and cash involved over to them 

A*ked where the linn bill, which 
wa* among the mopes stolen from 
him. rame from Wong Chunt re. 
p<ied he had received r at n gtm- 
bling house 



PURNITURr 



TONIGHT AT 8 



At 720 Fori Slrrtl 



Oarrv Cu'hanc prr jdent of Boi 
ermakew a:td , Iron Shipbuilder 
Victoria Local No 2 and now st* 
tioned ai Vancouver a. swrejftt 
of the Shipyard General Worker 
Federation of SriM.si 



Inwill I McComxcL Dvtong milker *o« No ba>« tn », 

cleaning Bur the Uteif. mi Time and labor Slamlcti Orel pi 

THOMAS PLIMLEY, LTD 

T ITI V and S t.MCOl V».R * 



itudied 



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Idibour Counr 
talk at the An 



WAREHOUSE 



Fifteen serin 
and navy were 
Bud-Y Group c 
neaday night a> 
at Cadboro Bn, 



cert to be held m Beacon HU 
He wl'J outline ttie pari hlx ori 
tion is planning to take in ru 
thr satisfactory return of v« 
to civil life The speech t 
about 3 30 o clock during an 
mission 



lati and D O Sloan, second inter- 
mediate Mix? Joan J. Carter Mis* 
Denire R par ill g and H E B 
Fidier; call and admission, Frank 
Wilson fj H Kirby, A Bmce Brown, 
Mia* Barbara M White, p r Kar 
rar^.'^nd Archer DavP 



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Telephone 

Directory 

Closing 



a *r*ort*. dancing and singing p 
gramme was arranged bv Jew i H 
land Ksv Dlrom and Dorothy Cri 
A music and drama programi 
in connection with the ymc 
centennial, will be preset. *ed tonii 
over radio station CJVl from 9 
0 3d o’clock Tlte presentation 
the first of three to be held on /\ 
cessive Friday night* and ydU 
directed by Alma MaJoolmA chn 



('. ertifirnlPM 4 uanlrti 

Certiflcat'es from Trinity CV 
of Music were presented to th» 
lowing students during a reccn 
Gt-al by pupils Of the Mrs 
McCoy Jameson Music studio 

Senior division honors. Doi 
Crows Joan Wilkes and Pa 
Newt trrr. Intermediate divl 
honor*, Marjorie Boorman 
Marian InglL*. junior divi 
merit. Joyce fMtnrindge. prepars 



Many Kind I'osiiions 

Only 33 unplaced women appli- 
cants for store clerk* - Job* are now 
on file at the women** division of 
Nation*) Selective .Service, compared 
wun more than ^Oo a short time 
ago according to Mrs L E Leonard. 



IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 

The Moore-Whlttington Lbr. Co., Ltd 

E 7108 



illprrla Srmltctn 



SPECIAL SHIPMENT OF 



Lee. Dale \ 
Keith Ht>w it i 
More that 
to Glint Lai 
YMCA -Ufv 

A week f» 

1’ MCA »nn 



PIN-UP LAMPS 



COAL 



p it look apeeiaJ ap 
utng bo be a good .*a ,e, 



JUST ARRIVED 



For thf Clean Cook Stoval 



laded to take jedv, for 
re more suited, the 

She emphasized the 



Coo pci 



Alberta Coal Co 



hermaidj 



Shell* Adamson Err.i 
James Oakman Mr? 
hurat and Margaret Lo 1 



KILL GARDEN PESTS 



CARROT RUST FLY — U*« Dgrrii Powder or Njphthjlcne 
APHIS— U»e Nicofme Sulphate or Clcntel. 

S Cr P EARWIG BAIT 

SCOTT & PEDEN, LTD. 

M| COR STORK AND CORMOPANT STS 

i - Vegetable* - Grocenei - Tobacco* - Hardware, Etc. 



All Changes for the September 
Issue of the Greater Victoria 
and Island Telephone Directory 
Must Be Made by This Date 



\nnouncemenls 



Summer fl«ndbagm, all oolora 
Large ae lection, from $2 75 Mc- 
Maruna. 71fl Ya’es 



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Says He Sate 

M onum Killrd 

VANCOUVER July 13 <P> .— 

George J Oerrard Jr teaufied in 
coroner's court todav Uut he saw 
Alexander Rusau xhoot hi* wife. 
Lucy Ru&an. and Mr*. Millard Pres- 
ton on July 7 at 3771 Main fitrret. 

Ruaan has been charged with t!he 
murder of the two women 



Thompson. Black Diamond A 'a . 

second, 

Himuik the !».\ir- running tima 
of the week Jack L*udrr, Iiinuf»i|, 
Alta got Dick Co gr»\r> Rosebud. 

v ' 1 ■ M ■< .«■! around th« 
track in one niliiule. 13 second* flat, 
lo put the outfit pack into the run- 
ning for the 1944 championship 
Attendance figure.' for the fourth 
da> of the Stampede showed a de- 



riieOId and (lie % 



orsair 



Oerrard. a next door 



tlon and through hi* window saw 1 - inr t -**S*f> Exhibition and 
Mrs Prf^ton run downstair* from Stampedr here lodm a., lie Ugged 
the upper suite and that Rusan shot hi* steer In three and one-fifth *ec- 
her as she hesitated in tlie door- .. fc . , . • 

... of th. lower julle l "‘ e ,op 

"Mrs Rusan ran out of the door- 
way along the cement path.- Ger- * 1,1 tl!r Nor,h American saddle 
rard said "She wa* confused ns to ,rom ‘ c<*tnpellt»oii. Louis 

winch way to turn and nearly fejl Brooks. Pr Ok’a world* 

champion all-round cnwtxn rap- 
tured the top dax money followed 
closely by Jerry Ambler Klamath 
Falls, Ore . and Bill Hancock. Rtvr- 
well, N M 

Brook.-. »ii second to Pnugrrw 
in the steer decorating' w ith r tune 
of five seconds • 

Carl Olson, Ribstoiw, Alta was 
top> in the Canadian saddle bronc- 
riding competition win. a k 
L und Milk River. Alta second 
Jimmy. Schumakrr. Phoenix. Artz . 
wan the day prize in the bareback 
riding competition, and Biui Spiel 
man, Fresno, Calif was second i 
"Muff Doan. Halkltk. Alta won 
the sterr riding event with Harrv 



MONTREAL. July 14 
than 1.000 special train* 
■ ted - by the British 



their thousand* covered by tarpaulin 
j sheets which yet earned devastating 
; ihatrutnent* or v ar and all the mul- 
’ Utude of supplies needed by a mod- 
ern army. During the week.' before 
D Day the movement of Aprclal 
train* reached a crescendo. In one ' 
week all. wartime records were sur- 
passed with the running of 3.536 | 
sprcial Halil* tne total fpr titr three l 
week* being no :*-wer than 9 . 579 , 
train*. 

To complete the overall picture 
of the railway*’ ta'k during these 



railway* to 
cairv 230 noo soldiers and 12,000 tofu 
»>f baggage aero** Britain for the 
Invasion, ll i* revealed in a com- 
munique from the Canadian Na 
M*na] Railway; London office, ba .ed 
or information received from the 
railway executive committee of 
London 

Stores and heavy equipment for 



KIHL.N KICKING INI 

WINNIPEG. July 13 'CPi.-J Pa d 
Donley of Ashland, Ohio, believe* 
ilia t « bucking full is just a* lo jgh 
as a broncho. He returned today 
from * fishing trip In North wrstpfij 
Ontario and told of jumpuig astiicie 
a 30-pound right mg niuskie wh-n 
hU line broke He got it ashore after 
a real fight,” 



into a tree Rusan held her head 
to the ground. and fired twice." 

Lillian Rusan daughter of the ac- 
cused, Identified a letter a* written 
by her father to her mother threat- 
ening to 'exterminate all my cue* 
mu** bv death and join them tn that 
death." 

The inquest is continuing I 



^naADf al °"* * nd Uki, ? g hi ? own Kood ,,mc ' a lumbering elephant 

fh « Ii> ^ i.t^ e fr a °2 000 U h n n * a,r f ield »omewhere in the Indian theatre of 
the air with ir 9 2.000-h.p. engine in use m the. time it takes to cover 



WINNIPEG. Julv 13 <P> 



■Group.! 

of University of Manitoba student* 
today decided to ask for direct Gov- 
ernment Intervention in the con- 
troversy over alleged racial discrim- 
ination tn admission tn the univer- 
sity* medlbil family Some Ilnur 
ago university authorities denied 
charges of racial discrimination 



labor shortages but the situation 
ha* greatly Improved this year, au- 
thorities said. 



LONDON XP' In the !ir$i six 
months of a new Ministry of War 
1 ranspprt course for sea cadet* 
wishing to enter *tiie merchant navy, 
all the 732 entrants passed the final 
examination 6ly securing flrst-claas 
posse*, 



oinary premier services, though 
here and there trams weie inter- 
fer'd with. 1000 tram- ft W rrk take 
workers to the Government fat 
tones Coni ha to be distributed 
from the muic. t petrol and bomb* 
moved up. to tin an drome*, food 
delivered to the home front. And 
the era.se>. * arrival of convoy* of 
men, material* and raw materials 
conveyed from llie pmu to the con- 



netweft,, March 1'6 fir..' dav fixed 
for 'he movement of personnel, to 
'hr completion of the Initial • D" 
Dav moves two months Uler, the 
British railways ran '.*4 4:iD special 
troop, ammunition and store* tram.* 
not all connected with D’ Day 
lt*elf. but all vital to the »»: effort j 
Tliexe big movement* designed 
to cause the least passible interfer- 
ence to ordinary traffic, pa-v-d along 
Britain s railwa-. almost unnoticed 
by the public, - 'hr 1 railway enm- 
mittee'* communication *av» 
tarpaulin armada 

RK \( Ilf s C RKSC I N DO 

te®s .1 tarpaulin ar- 

mada Innocent lookup rrue* * in 



OTTAWA July 13 CP' -Canadian IT 

gram authorities today had x.vm- ■> \ 

I'athrtir under : .nding of , United ■ il ss O V I 
State* wheat shipment problem, but VANCOUvfe 
had Fvery hope the Dominion would 
avoid similar difficulties when the Spalding 



uncoil \ cr 

July 13 —A well- 
known railroading official, Earle C. 

foreign freight agent, 
c '-tings begin Canadian National Railways. British 

City, grain sliippri.i Columbia district with liradquarters 
nen liave been con- Vancouver, passed awHy in hos 
•doral and army offi- plt*i h« re early today. Ht had been 
to ease the United w P°or health for .sojne lime 
T hi which the main Mr Spalding had worked for the 
shortage of labor to : Canadian National Railway* and 
terminals throughout predccr.vjor tompunic* for :m years 



More lloui>: 

9 AM to 5 PM. 

Wednesday 9AM to 12 Noon 



nix ,\ e u' railway, nun- 
nd men at a private 
h General Montgomery 
heir a uiraiire that he 
IJJWMI tiie Tallwsvs and 

to see the jf*n tllffiUKh 



Okiatic 



24. 1 8834. he entered the service of 
ihe Central Vermont Railway at 
St Albans. Vermont, a a stenogra- 
pher on October 18. lOOfi He sub- 
sequently worked wtth_lhe Grand 
Trunk Pacific Railway at Winnipeg 
ar.d then transferred to Montreal u 
assistant to the general frt-ighi 
traffic manager. CNR '* 

He m’ survived by hi* wife; 0( ,* 
son Jack and two grandchildren, 
tn Vancouver. Funeral service* will 
be held here Saturday Burial will 
take place in the family pint a> 
Bradford, Vermont. 



— ouoooo bushels are estimated to be 
piled on the ground. 

Defence authorities told The con- 
ference that. ability to load and un- 
load would determine iim rate at 
which lalluay car- would be released 
»o tiandle the crop 
In Canada, Oliuial* were confi- 
dent that the end of v the crop year 
on July 31 would see the Dominion's 
gram handling iwsition much im- 
proved over 1943 
Thrv cited these statistics 
Western country elevatoi* on Juh 
7 held only 1.16.000.000 bushels of 
w heat compared with 322 000000 on 
Jill;. :1 last ve*i This meant that 
■l.e f i • r step in i tie movement of 
Kiam to maikei the s/npnieni irom 
gram fiejd to country elevator 
would be easier than in 1043. when 
'.he coming of tjie new crop found 
many elevators almost filird with 



Again Ask Removal 
Of Ripplr Roi’k 

VANCOUVER July M rCP> Im 
mediate removal -ftnrlr 

Be-mour Narrow.-, navigation men 
*' p ** »'ked by the Canariiar 
Merchant Service Guild in a letrei 
*o the Minister of Public Work.' 
Ottawa 

Canadian makers add ||cen-cr, 
pilot*, member* of rpe C M .3 G 
wish immediate removal of Ripple 
Rock whlrp has been the eau-e of 
aevera) marine mishap: bevond the 
control of nur nangaior*. (he letter 
stated . 

An acctdent. m rnnnrt tion with 
»he rock rocurred n short time ago 
and mishap* will continue to happen 
** long a.-, this hazard remains 

Die guild haa made previous de- 
mands for removal of ih* 



A BrT HSU PORT. July 13 <CP' 

A Canadian motor torpedo boat flo- 
tillH. commanded bv Lt -Cmdr J R 
H Kirkpatrick DSC of Kitchen, r. 
fOnV. attarkrd a German convoy 
heading Into the French port ol 
Saint MmIo wf-.i of the Ctierbonig 
Peninsula, -ank t vo merchai tmen. 
left one escort v»-. .,i m n,imr, ft„d 
dan-aged .-everal oihe.s, »he Royal 
<-«*t ndian Ni.w aiihouiued today 

Exitei date of the ueRon the ffo- 

tiila* fourth engagement with the 
enemv. w not announced Only a 
week ago tlie Canadians nti^tkep „ 
convoy off Cherbourg. *satik one en 
rmy e-roit Uf'd sar.k nr rtin.ni.-r.ri 



SO x 50- Inch Cloth 
3nd Napkins for. 
Set 



Suh-Lf Tom Poapst of Eflmontnr 
reiatrd how hLs b»»at commanded b 
Lieut Malcolm Knox, of Montrra 
cloved on the convoy before ffrlrij 
It* torpedoes “We lirrd our torpe 
does and covered our ret rent witt 
gunfire he wud. "All of a xtidder 
there was a column of .-.nidke ant 
at a » r ram and then no ship It Ju iedis- 
here «Ppcared * 

Lleur Cirot ict' For* Wil- 

liam. Out experiencing hw flr.-* 
MTB anion with Jhe notiIla.com- 
, nixncird another bo»t He s n id when 
tltev left fhe scene Ihrv 1 could see 
or* r " l!v three ships in the convoy |efi 
an ‘ 1 «ne Of them wav burning 



SOCIAL <REDIT CANDIDATE 

VULCAN. Alta July J3 'CP' 
ter Dawson, .Speaker of the 1 
waa chosen bv the Socu) Crt 
to represem tj^ Little B„». 
nominating convention held 
yesterday. 



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drmk to serve af joy hour 



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