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NO. 180— .MNKTIKTll YEAR 



VK.TOKIA, HKITISU COMMIUA, SIMIAV, Jl l.Y II, 1948 



FORIV-EOIR PAGES 



KiLssians Claim British Violating 
Flvine Rules Over Soviet Zone 



Germans 
Ask Own 
1 rizoniu 



Meat, Butter to Become Scarce 
If Walkout Occurs, Shipoers Sa> 



I BERLIN. July 10 (i'T't — New Russian bars on the high* 
way exit from Berlin tonight all but marooned We»tem 
Allied nationals in the city. Americans said they would 
not submit to any new restrictions. 

The air corridor became almost the only link between 
Berlin and the British zone 120 miles to the west 
I The SovlPl-coniroUed nc»* agency, . , , .w 

lADN said tomgtU that Ihc 

yejUffday ku! another prr.tr:!* 

jlo the Brmsh and America.:, un ^ 

Ipraioimcd violation, ol flirng rule »• 

proc^^Q . 

' Ttie protmt complained. U)e agent v 
|Mld, that nighU were gxaug ove: 

1 the bovici .one wlUioul prior warn- L 
ing ai>d that "ba*lc llyiiif rules ' T III II fwIrO 
were beliif violated. The prute*- * -»w. 

called for an umnedlate stop ol r« ■ 

ni,hu. I .. I„l._ 

BmiaJi •uthorUie. canceled all Ji IF A dIVw 
'leavr; for their garrUon. The Amer- 
ican. announced that leaver auuld O - • I \T 

be granted to their peraonnel i>nt> w ghi gh 

If they obum aeata on romnvrclal k-JI-l IIVV T rFH^ 

alrplai;-' . 

Tile Briush-American aciiun fol- DETROIT JuiylO'#* Thccio 
lowed a Huaiian announcement that t'niied Auto Wurkert today - 4 

we.ibtund Allied traffic out of Berlin k-r- '~ to t. ke a 

from nom on would be permitted 

only on apecial permit, taiued by Nntouauuni batwren o A w 
the Sovieu They aald autciniublle. aiul Purd have been under : .innr 

will be .ubyect to warch June and air due te rewma 

TTie Huuian aiuiouncement wa. Monday 
read to MaJ.-Oen. George P. Haya, Port a oBer of an II -cent tawurlr 
U8. deputy military fovemor, o*rr’P*V bcoat for thoae emptoye* earn* 

the telephone. ing leak than tlM an hour and 1« 

He uid "There u no change of c^nG to thoae eanunf it or 
uUr aituude regarding free — v^:.r more «4 a rejected receniiT bv tte 
lu Berlin. We do nut intend to union 

:.uhmlt to any new reatrlcUon. Wej The union; current ccaa*ar d»- 
have a rigiu to free aceca- and we tnand. total 3t cmi. an hour 
intend to get It.** Kenrwth Bannnn. dtrortor of the 

Highway iravelto Berlin from OjejU-A W a port Di‘ -urn. ioc»l 
Weal ha. been atopped itnce June i 551 at Clurago. already had ve%rt 
IS wben the Ruuiani closed theltmanlmoualy for HTike action aut* 
road In the wage uf the currency i jecl to the diacretion o( the tmum . 

raiOrBl for Wral^m rkaitM.n^ A ’* ■ V . . 



FRANKPURT, 



Ocmany, Sun- 
day, July 11 tip). --German poUtlaiani 
will aak the Weatem AUlea Ihl. 
area to protect them agauut being 
charged wlUt “.putting Oennany." 

United .Stataa. 



For (be ftr.t time .ince AUenby’a victorioua campaign in 1917, the Hoi 
loldier. Her# laraer. Prime Minuter. David Ben Gurion (centre lef 



t Land ia without a aingU Britivh 
t, with jacket} i. Men when he 
He u teen patting a amall detach- 



They want the 
Britain and Prance to modify their 
propoaal for a new government In 
Weatem Germany ao it will not ap- 
pear that they are pennanenUy 
aiUlng off Baatem Germany. 

To avoid thia appearance, the 
Atdie prealdenta of Weatem Ger- 
many today drew up a counter pro-, 
poaai to preaent to AUled ofllciala 
The plan provide, for a Wc&t Oei-, 
man Government lu everyttdng but 
name. I 

Tnatead of a “couiUtuUon*' the 
German, are aiklng for a "baak- 
law, ’ Uutead of a "parliament ‘s 
a “trlsoiiai repreaentatlvr bcafy " 

A. further protection they want 
the Allied atatute to aay apeciflcaUy| 
that the Germaiu were “not reapon- ; 
'.Ible for the .plitUng ot Germany.*' i 



The Pale.unc war it now on again. 



Arabs Reject Truce 



BULLETINS 



Burns Housesl 

SAS AVrOMO. Tex.. * 
July 11 (Sunday) — An | 
unidentified 



CAIRO, July 18 — Jewiat) 

, iTDOpa atonned and captured LydfU 
! Airport, a major prlae of the Pales- 
tine war. today, aitd the Arab, an- 
Inounced they would not agree to a 
’ new 10-day truce 

Abdel Rahman Auam Paaha, aec- 
: , ritary-general of the Arab League, 
aald the Arab countrlet could not 
I accept the propoaal fur another 
ceaM-flrc made by Count Pnlkr 
Bemaduttc. the United NaUona’ 
'irrT-:l‘ator. He aald the Araba could' 
*not even agree to a three-day truce 
exienalon. i 

I The laraell Government accepted 
I the 10 -day extenaton on condition 
that the Araba would do likewise. I 
I The Jewlah army Mid it. military ' 



operallotu were eonUnuJng Mtisfac- 

I and wanouuued 

airfield had been Raptured from ibr 
Araba in a aurprlae raid early today. 
Israeli .pokeamen indicated their 
force, had held the key air baw 
against an Arab counter-attack this 
afternoon. 

Arab and Jewish planes were 
thrown Into the growing fight. Jew-, 
lah sources aald TaraeU bombers at- ; 
; tacked the viUage of Xuneltra,i 



a i r pi R n e 
crashed in a hcavUy-popu- 
lalcd residential section 
here today. setUni; three 
houses afire and killing at 
least one woman. Six other 
persons are missing. 



GRAND MARAIS. Minn . July 10 
'The UB. Poreatry Setwlce re- 
ported tonight that a foreit Ore 
waa burning on lale Royale In Lake 
Superior and that an urgant call 
for Arefightera had been made to 
the mainland. A strong wind Is 
helping the fire. 

Andrew Leavitt, forest ranger, 
said the blaae waa burning on an 
M-acrc tract on the west end of the , 
island He said the NaUonal Park I 
Service had 16 men fighting the I 
biaae but that Uiey were unable to 
eonlrol ic 

Leavitt Mid firefighters were be- 
ing recruited at Grand MaraU, at 
^and Poriaie. Minn., an^ at 
Houghton. Mich. He .aid they would 
be nuwQ to the Island tomorrow , 
morning. 

Leavitt .aid the Are waa first ^ 
■een from t)te Grand MaraU ranger! 
tower about 1 pm. «CS.T.» today.] 
but be was unable to My when It 
had broken out. 



Arabs Declare 
Mediator 
IShould Go On 



Planes Destroyed 

TETERBORO. NJ., July 1* UP). 
'^Focty planes were destroyed t«- 
nlgtal in e fire that ewepi throogh 
a hangar at TeUrbere Airport, 
caulog damage acUmated at 
S5N.0M. 



To Study Fricpfi 



LAKE SUCCESS, July 10 UP;. - 
The United NaUona received a new 
Arab meuagr today which declared 
Count Polke Bemadotu should con- 
tinue hi. PalMtIne peace efTortji. 

The latest Arab ooouuunlcaUun 
came from Abdel Rahman Axzam 
Paaha. aaerstary-gencral of the Arab 
It did not 



Ship in Distress 

HONOLtXU, Jaly |8 bP). — A 
dUUees signal from the 8a. Van 
Dyke aaklng “ImmedlaU aaalst- 
anee** wm Intereepted taday by 
the RX'.A. Marine Statlaa. 



League. 



mention the 
U.N mediator! requeet for m ten- 
day truce, but again exprmaed the 
oppoalUon of the Araba to any truce 
under “pment condtUona.** 

Aaaam Paaha maintained that the 
Araba had lived up to the terms of 
the four-week truce “to the last 
minute." but declared the truce “la 
under prsaent condiUoru unworkable 
and one-alded. 



Martial Imw 

LIMA. Pem. Jaly 18 Tbs 
Government (enlgbt reinforced 
virtuel martial lew ae the rcaalt 
ef miner liole at food nmrkcU In 
Lima and Mlraflerca. 



PHILADELPHIA, July 10 Gp. - 
The OemoersUe clana, after feuding 
fiercely for month., cloeed rank, al- 
most aolidly tonight behind Harry 



For thia reason, be 
|aald. the Araba felt they would do 
; thcmMlves great harm to renew 
the truce euunnatlcally. 

Asaem Paaha then added: 

WILL CO-OPERATE 
"Count Bemadnite, however, can 
.till have eome xueful work to do 



tXJNDON. July 10 bP) -Following 
Ruaaiaa cue. four Buropcan Com- 
nunUt parllea announced today 
they are refusing to attend Yugo- 
atavta'a Communiat Party Congree. 

Marshal TUo and hla Yugmlav 
Reds are In dugrece, suspended by 
the nine-nation Cnmmunlst In- 
formation Bureau, because they In- 
gist on equality among Europe'. 
Oommunl3t organUsUoru and not 
just a place in the queue behind 
Rlalln'a party. 



The Caecho-Slovak. French. Itai-, 

Ian and Hungarian Communlata all ) 
dlacloeed today they will not be' 
guesU the Yugoslav meeting 
which begin. July 11 .- The Yugoslav. 

Mwa agency *TanJug" announced MRS. T. W. glTIlERLA.ND 

Monday that all CommuiUt parties w ... 

had been invited Parkavllle resident wat 

B.U.U r„«l«l lU -no W.diw- T!” n' 

on the Royal Commuston on prices. 

wwlktkt#- ^ co-partner In an Island hotel 

NEARING RHOWDOWN ^ ^ dllwclor of the CBC. the 

The hard-faced attitude of the waa on the 1943-1M4 Royal Corn- 
Red nelgbbma who earlikt hailed minion on welfare of Japanese In 
Tito aa "brother'' indicated a near- BrlUah Columbia campa. The com- 
ing showdown on tbe two interprf-jmlaelon will prepare a report on 
tatlmu of Communism which already pr'*:' before the opening of the 



awa 



’ All in the younger eltmenl, the 
jiwmea of Premier Stuart Oarttm, 



in trying to find a Just and lasting 12°**;^”'.**" “ toward Supreme 

aoluUon to the Palewtine problem Justice William O. Douglas. 

iThe Arab aMlca and tbo people ofi 



■paleetlne have expreued definitely 
their wlUlngnnaa to co-operate tc 
the utmost and with the best good- 
will srlth the UJ4. mediator In find- 
ing this Mlution " 

I-ate today the U.N received a 
kmg message from EgypUan Prime 
Minuter Mahmoud Fahmy Nokraahy 
Paaha declaring all hope for a 
peaceful aeltlement of the Pales tine 
problem hM “completely vanished " 
Nokraahy PMha said Zionist 
leaders, by thalr "treacheroua ex- 
ploitation of the truce and lack of 
respect for Its claiisM and rondl- 
have left the Egyptian 



French Strikes 

Still Pla^e 
vSeliumaii Rule 

Premier 



have shaken the Red world harderlnext amslon of Parliament early [uw». 
than anything alnee Stalin ousted 
TTotiky a quarter century ago. 
j Albania'a reaction to the Oomln- 
Iform chargee of TUo's heresy from 
I the true faith of Ckxnmunbm was 
to break off economic relations with 
YugoiUvla Obviously, the Albanian 
party will not send delegaUa to the 
Yuguilav congreas. 

Palmlro ToffilatU's Italian Com- 
muiUst Party -the biggest In the 
world outside Riuaia— emphaaiaad 
the Cominfom Une. TTie party'si 
newspaper noted that etnee she 
Comlnform'i crtUcUm. the Yugo-I 
Slava have dor>e nothing *to recog- 



the liberal party. They prof? *cd 
^ I Hiey could see little po^lbUlty of 

I r P VIlPlC l^ureni being beaten. One 

^ JeViieA • 1 j.\I/AJIo even went ao far as to My ”1 m>w 
I * could he be. when practically all 

iw* . \lMiwilaeswsij members In the : sbme' are 

irIX .tICIIIIICI o wofkirur for hloi -escepl Oardirwr 

The prognoatlcauon was made on 
BUDBURY, Ont., July 10 tcfi — Six the heels of a statement by Mr 6t 
members of the OnUrlo O CT. have Laurent that he was "not seeking 
been expelled for supporting R H nor "making any effort to secure 
CsrUn, who ran in Sudbury con- the leadenhlD. but if it »» 



PARIS. July 10 
Robert Brhuman met with labor 
leader! U>day In an llth-hour at- 
tempt to atave off a general strike of 
Government worbera 
After an ali-nlght Cabinet aeaelon. 
the Pteniler met with rwpreaentaUvei 
of the CommunUi-ied Confederation* 
Oenerale Ou Travail 'C.OT.) and! 
later with tlie anU-Communlst force* 
Ouvrlere He also summonei^ leaders 
of the Chrudlan Democratic Trade 
Union. All threr union groups de- 
manded a ahakeup in the prevent 
gyaiem of Mlary ciaaalflcaUon for> 
civil servants. | 

A C O T. spokesman Mid Schumanj 
did not MUsfy the demands in the 
eonlerenee and added that the 
union rank and file werv prepared 
to dealde on thrir action later. ] 
Jean Blendi. UfKler-Srcrelary of 
State for Public AdmlnlslrmUon.! 
said the Cabinet agreed to M>end,{ 
M.ow.ggo.000 franca <about tlM,ooo.-;j 
tool to meet union demande. >< 

In Manetlle, a labor source pre-:j 
dieted an early end to the week-=-=;J 
etrlke of tailors and marlUme work- | 



tions 

Government ^without any choice of 
means or freedom of action.** 



Strangp Illnf>8 

Again in llaHaii 

H onolulu, juiy lo 

Hawatl’a I5lh fatality 
from the mysterious 'night- 
mare'' UlnoM was reported 
today. 

The malady, marked by sn 
inflamed and bleeding pan- 
creas. apparently affllcte only 
male miplnoa — and at night- 
latest victim was Tlmoteo Tbe, 
17. on whom an autopsy wm 
performed 

There have been 86 deaths 
aitnbutod to the ailment in 
the past 11 yeara, but thiH far 
Its cause remelna undeter- 
mined ^ 



VANCOtTVBR. Jujy |g 
ported nperatkme of bicrk awrm 
dealer* m sleeping pouoiM- inrt^ 
big doeton who ^ue Illegal pew- 
acrlpiKaie- has been aiarted betv R 
was learned Ralurtay 
A warning has been issued ihro^k 
the OoHege of Physlcuuw and Bur- 



ATHENS. July 10 r.w.^'The Greek 
j Government made fresh demand 
I today for United Stetm military ae- 
!■■*unre as Uie Orammaa Mountain 
'opvraiion against the guerrillas 
j boggvd down. 

Premier ThemUtoklM SophouUs 
told newspapermen after a defense 
round! meeUng attended by high 
American officials lhat tbe Gov- 
ernment had submitted a “mem- 
orandum" listing military needs. 

The vtact demands were not dis- 
dosed However one 



KEN. JOKEPH O'MAIIONEt*' 



Accident Toll 



competent 
source Mid the Government w«a 
asking funds to Increase the Oieek 
army by 40.080 and bombers for the 
air force. 



Likens Berlin Situation \ ■ 

To Lmt Days of ISttzis I 

BERIJN, July 10 — The Bodei the western eeefcors are not heroaa j 

army newspaper Taegllehe Ruote- >a mmc groMsgiie fight (or fr«e-t *F.N. AlRBIf RARHIXT 
Chau today likened the preeewt ^ dctlnw of tbe bankrupt; On the eve of the DeosoeraUc 
altnatian of WMtwm Rerlta to bnpartaJlaUe wmterojparty eoaventlgn In PhUadelphla. 

last daya of HlUer'e raatotaiwia .. ***^ iRelured above are 

•Well ntrm .Mt .K. - -- I **^ ^ P**^- ^ weatem Mctw.vWvvd bjr political ohMevan m tlw 

Wall 8^ and the (Londoa) preaa reported rwcalvl^ htindreda oedeUwlkig pewfldmiM for the DR 
arv forcing BerUn'a popola- of letters fram Owmane la the vIse-prweMenUal nooalnaitei. If 

wHoitwJ hi and solidarity with Wwt BeHineva Bmatw Jwpb OVahovy R Rtvea 
1846. only 34 bcRin before the' Reperu that klanfwl Ya«6tyja rflght edge itnwaMlte SLt 

Bweaea^red mander. had gone to Mdkow carry- te the Republican vke-frealtentMl 
IM ^ a proMM from Oermen Oom- Icholce. A- «, old rriend^rthTbsI, 

Just as tn Ittt BerUns popola- — ni Me that tbe Woekade was.Preaianii RemeveR lad a — — 
^ WM mads a victim of MaM mmiiw their party to Iqm gnnmdiiier. 
bankniptcy. » today the people U paUOeaUy eo«M not be eaallraed.|mxteus 



I Jamea O. Oartlnrr. whn has of- 
{ficlally announced he Rm thrown 
I hla hat In the ring. Is reported to , 



Highs and Loir# 
'Of the Weather 



More than 80,000 employ ee e eoo' 



nected directly or Indirectly wlthj| 
the PlnatKe Ministry remained on'' 
strike for the fourth day. 



AUTOMOBILB ACCIDENTS 

(Vlrn neirv •am vnrtr wtel. «m «»4 



TODAY’S FEATURES 



Killed 



laiured 



Wnneti reports (over |2S dsm- 
sge or injury to a person) 465 i U) 71 I 
CONVICTIONS: 

DSegrrue* dvivtog 93 (4) Jg ( 

Drivieg while inloxtcsted . 9 (I) 0 u 

Esceedmg speed iFnIi 211 (3) JOl l 

Cara impounded 32 (2) 4 

Don't let an eccident mar yoer holidav. K 
your job ol driving.— Memo from iisk Bay 
H. C Reaton. 









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dAy. unlMi tbctr vicwi wer* fuUy 

Soutbemen. read; to bolt the 
coarcnUoo 11 President Trusun = 
elrll<rtfbU profram U Incorporatod 
Into Dm document, are unoompromle* 
ingljr at odda with Northern Ub- 
eraU. who atood ready to pre- 
battle In the con- 



proffram waa analyied. The pro- 
fram. aa It now atanda, calla (or 
the preaentaUoQ of the platform to 
the ooovantlon 



Wednaaday 
momUif. and therealtcr U ached- 
ulaa nottUnc (or the remainder of 
the day except “routine hualneaa “ 
BiDce there la no “routine bual- 
nem” to oome up after the adoption 



CRYSTAL STEMWARE 



cfpltate a p 



tl'in ot Praaldantlal and Vice- 
prealdantiai cindliiatwa alated tor 
the (oUowinf day— It la apparent 
that the commUtee cm arrance- 
menu feel it adrlaable to allow 



JULIA PAHERN 



ECONOMICAL AND SMART 



InrludiM^ C>)bleie, Beer Mugs. Sherbets, 

Juice GUs>e>, Liqueiirs. Hollow-Stem Champagnes, 
Corktails and (Mhers 



From 



use OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN 



Oiemaed Marcbent* — 1210 Deealei Straet 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. JULY 11, 1948 



Freedom of Aldershot for Churchill 



DeiiHHTals’ Platform Drallers Face 



Hectic Session Over €ivil Rijjlits 



plenty of leeway (or a platform for tha piaUarm draftara to take a 
debt mt Uu- CQOveoUon floor. j claar' cm poalUcm an any ana of a 
While tha dell rl(hU declaration doaeti major Uauae without rapud* 
la tha moat axploalve leaue the com- uunc either the program of Preai- 
I mittaa faoaa. It li by no meatu the dant Truman or the acUocu of a 
I only aouroa of trouble. TIm feet U maJotUy of the Oatnocau In Con« 
I that U . wlU be virtuallj Impomible freaa. 



PHIlJtDEl J»M1A. July 10 (NANAl.l 
— Divided more blttarty than at any' 
I time ainca the tulcldal convention' 
at 1*34. Oemocratlc platform buUd-' 
, en today embarked on their final | 
I round of open baaxluga before 
> plunfitif into what promUaa to be 
I a furious battle over the 
of a dvU rl|hU plank. 



convenUon reaoluUon committee ex- approved, 

preaaed hope that a succraaful com- j^oderaUa on the commllloe 
promise could be raacbed. exlrem- cUag]at optlmleUcaUy to the re- 
UU on both dde. inxutad that ...ey ^ZT>(Tof achle/ln, harmony. 
, would carry the P*rty - ipUttmi 

' Issue to the convention on Wednea-' _ *.w. iaaa -.i.nip .. • 



aa W me ^ take the 1M4 plank as a 

foundation and build from there. 

I The 1M4 dvU-rlfhU plank, vague 

• • • " f(itil[l€S ess and ambiguous In lU terms, and 

blissfully unapadflc in lU promises 
ANN AKBOS. Mick., July II legislative actloo. would be ac- 
•),— This eoUece town has lost ceplahle to moat of the Souther- 
i maobolsa. So It's tryiag ta nen, If accompanied by a strong 
Id ibaa agalii. sUtea' rlghu plank. Moat of the 

A man hss been hired la waa- uberals, however, would refuse to 



This eoUece town has lost ceplahle to meet of the Souther- 
Its maobolsa. So It's tryiag ta ners, If accompanied by a strong 
flad ibaa agalii. sUtea' rlghU plank. Moat of the 

A msa hss beea hired la waa- uberals, however, would refuse to 
der about (be streets with a ailoa ^ghU plank, and 



detector la search m( them. 

OOdais explained streels re* 
ceatly received a new resting sf 
ssphslt. Al! msnbola eavers were 



coany would demand that the dec- 
laration of four years ago be 
airengthened vigorously. 

Indications that party laadsrs 



Winston Churchill (left). rsccivM tha Casket of Freedom fr^ Alderman George Roberts (right). Mayor ‘•«****»» 
of Aldsrshot, Hampshirs. at the Oorcheeter Hotel, London, recently. The casket contains s scroll offering ^ 
the Freedom of the Borough of Aldershot to ChurchiU. Britain'* wartime prime minister 



cavrred. When the mine detactar themsalvea have Uttle hope of com- 
locatce one. eity er*^ dig off the ' pjoaiUlng UUs Issue aueceeafuUy 



United States Riders Capture jSays Canada 
Calvary Stampede Top Honors In Front Line 



8T. HELENS, Ore. July 10 cPi.- 
Wbm the Cohimbia lUver flood 

subsided, the Exra Berker* went O J D a.^ 

bmrk to their home here DOSrQ KePOrtS 

They weren Ltoo surprieed to find | 

a car^ In the bedroom, nor ®ven|a^r» tst 

■” “’•'Ui JAew Lases 



were seen here today when the 
tenlative draft of the eoovenuon 



Uving-rouD. 

What stumped them was what 



CALOAHY. July 10 CP).— United horse with saddle championship. \ T O * ■ • . louna m u>e xiicnen. it Health said yesterday three new 

etates cowboys tonight walked off JUn Turner, a young, wiry oow- I i| iiriPlllIKl ^ * crab— 70 mUes upstream from the ^ poUoenyelllU had been re- 

with major awards at the 1048 Cal- 1 hand from Rock Creak. B.C. else- vax./jaa*Ul.k:7 ocean. ported from the Fort 8U John area 

garv Exhibition and Stampede trifled the capacity crowd overflow- OTTAWA. July 10 «CF>— History bEATTLE. July lo — Mr*, where the disease broke out vrtth 

Bill Lindermsn of Red Lodie and ing grandstand and bleacher seats will Judge Canada 's “revolutionary ' Brrtb* Devling. an suthee ar- epidaraic intensity last month. This 

Billing. Moot . gave a dare-devil today with a thrilling ride that rise from scientific adolescence to rMied for ipeeding, was orderwd rwlaea to 38 the total number of 

ride to take the coveted North earned him the UUe. [maturity as one of the mapor fac- to write so eisay on "Why Women polio cases reported throughout the 

f^encaa c h a mp l nn a h l p for bucking ■ oerttt*. of Black Dtamond. nw^tirtty aa one of the major Uc- , Unvor* BheuM Not Drive Owr Twormc n 

hone riding with association saddle- 1 Alta., one of the beet Canadian her wartime development, the W Mile* an hour" — or spend Offlclais said the toUl did not 

premiere event of the six-day Blam- jridfra in the show, placed second Oovernmenfs top scientific figure three day* In Jail. Bhr did both, [include the seven naval ratings from 

pede which ended tonight. Linder-, ,rlth Jeff Parker. MlUervUle. AJU., P«>Phealed today. j Pert of tbs esssy: iHJd-CB. Athabaskan. stricken with 

man also was named all-around ' tiiinj. Oerllta also placed second In Dr. C. J. Mackenale, president of "There are somrUmes olfloer* the disease while their ship was 
NWh Amerlrsn cowboy. m^ns bull riding competition the National Research Council and *he law abroad In iocognlte en route to Esquimau from Halifax 

P. C. Stover of Tulartiaa, N M. behind Jim Bhouidera of Tulsa, head of the Atomic Energy Control whlrie* who hunt 'em and ketch- One of Iho rwUnga. Electrical ArU 
•winging a deadly lariat, won tbe'okla. I Board, said the Dominion Qow “U then come* de grief." fleer Edward Zimmermnn. died from 

North American cowboys' calf rop-t Calhoun Las Cru« NM 1^ *he front line of the scientific Officer* In the esse were Htats the disease while Uie ship raced 

Ing champlomhlp with a total time * . ^ wild ateer rt«.r,r»nnJ *he flr*t time In any slxable Fetrolmen A, L. Haat and Al fmr port along the Oregon coast 8lx 

lor ihTM CCIVM o( U J-5 «cona.. ™ l w.y - Krtrhum Th, j^Uc. oU»r r.llnn no- In Rojml 

mmd Csllf Stover a^ ^ MacDonald of luiUe heralded by publicity and lUUe < 

Csnsdlsu rider, swept aU fourjni^ Xflg DSlIV CSfC Of YOUr EVCS 

positions in the novice bucking Bucking horse riding with laddle : ology and engineering. * ■rMlIj VQI V Ul I WMI bj VV 

- I, Bill Linderman. BUlloga. Moat.: years, generations of Cana- d i. 

Wi IF' f ^ Carditon. Aha.; 3. have been trooping to foreign" »Hwn. p/otichno them from glorc. reod.ng m 

Bevan W onh 

^ k rw-^ m 1®* Oxford, Cambridge and other, rwver hove to weor gloissv. but If you do. then bn oH 

/Iff I /|rf Novice bucking horse riding with I unlveriltle*. i meon* yog »hoold. Modem Optomstry i» your v.uxil 

♦ ** 'T Mddle: 1. JUn Turner. Rock Creek. gOLANDT WANTED jl wieguord. 

Start Battle -onoplex ali . plast.c eyes 

IfTu.'T.’’ »"'« rt-ln,: SINCLAIR. Opiom.trist | j 

Uvee these day* In a blam of pub- X Jim Shoulder. Tulsa. OkU; I. tnm with world muLationa the' 

Uter*. and all because he looks on Reg Kessler. Rosemary. Alta. (Uedi. ,n may be Inaeried here that Dr llOriTian Lis l^Ull LitGe 

Conservative* a* "vermto ' or less. Men's buU riding; 1. Jim Bhouider. 6 M 8oUndt.Canada'atopmm- 
Ths Hsslth Minuter, who dellghU Tulsa, Okla.; 3, wm OerUtt. Black K^JenUst. U so good thati H« DOUGLAS ST , VICTORIA Phone E 6062 

in btlng the centre of a oontro- Diamond. Alta . 1. Elliott Calhoun, several other countries have tried h 

veixy, to one speech has knocked Las Cruet, N.M. to blr, him awayi. --- ■ - ■" ■ ^ 

aidewsy* a diligent campaign by Calf roping; 1. P. C. Btovar. Tul- Canadians, partlcnlarly In the 

Prime Minuter Attlee; Herbert Mor- amsa. NM ; 3, Veme Castro. Rich- ytrgln malm of atomic energy, were . I 

rtaon. deputy prime minuter, and mond. Calif., t. John Cochlan, plunging ahead They have at Chalk 

Foreign Secretory Bevlu to woo theBtovely. Alto. I River, fof Innance, a heavy water 

wavering voter* who may decide the wild tteer decoraUng; 1. EUlott ' radioactive pile whoae density of’ 

1860 general election. | Calhoun; 3. Rod MacDonald. Clares- neutrons or nuclear bullets allow*' 

The slralefy of the raoderate holm, Alta; 3. Leo Redcrow, Card- them to make t«ts that cwnnot be. 

minuter* has been to convince, *ton. Alta. duplicated anywhere. 

these voter* — eatlmated at from wild cow milking; 1. P. C. Stover; — 

3.000.000 to 3JWO.OOO— that they de-ls. fred Oaldstone. Carditon; 3 plan x.aae.PooT cbair lift 



Offlctol of the Provincial Board o(. 



they found to the kitchen. It WM[Heallh said yeaterday three new 
a crab-70 mUe* upstream from the ^ poUomyelUU had been re-' 
ocean. ». 



. wic ^ poUomyelUU had been re-' 

ported front the Port 8U John area 
bf.ATTLt. July 10 yPL — Mra »hero the disease broke out with 
Bvrtb* Devltof, an sothee ar- epidamic intensity last month. This, 
fMied for speedtof, was orderwd raUca to 38 the toUJ number of; 
to write so essay on "Why Women polio cases reported throughout the 



bind was Veme Castro of Rich- 
mond, Csllf. fitover also took top 
honor* to the wild cow milking 
contest. 



Bevan Wonl.s 
On Tories 
Start Battle 



IJYibUee Hospital. 



“NEW EARS” 

*'l boofkr my 'sew osr*' todoy end 
what s HirftI k 1* to 

HEAR CLEARLY 
AGAIN" 

ThouMsd* ef men aed womoa with 
impeirtd Kssring ke«o loernsd li«w 
weaJerfwHy Imipfwl Ike 

Wesrent Electric) 
Hearing Aid , 

css bo. Cano U their tirlof fwr- 
voui tontion «f *er«ininf to hoor. 
They wilt toll yoa they feel yosrt 
r*uof«p-^er msr« fk pkyucelly 
sad meafoUv to feee the fiitwto. 

HBARING easily help* them to 
LIVE FULLY ofsie. • 

tot saa iwiTxo to cau. and tst 

THK LATSBT ALL-IN-ONt MODXUI 
Tnaxt DA) S' HOME TBIAL 



ft* roar erarsT 
OMfit EtUMUh** li»*rlo|-Aie 

CawMOr •• 1*op««v»r l»l*aS 



The Daily Care of Your Eyes 

Resitog them, protecting them from gloro, reodmg «n 
good light — thoM ore common Mmt rrteoiurc* It it 
wite to hove them enomined regglorly. You mov 
rwver hovo to weor gloiwv, but If you then bg oH 
meon* you should. Modern Optometry it your vituoi 
tofeguord. 

MONOPLEX ALL-PLASTIC EYES 

DAVID SINCLAIR. Oplomelrist 

With 

Norman G. Cull Ltd. 



Tne Btralegy of the moderate' holm, AUa ; 3. Leo Redcrow, Card- them to make t«ts that cannot be, 
minuter* has been to convince, *ton. AUa. duplicated anywhere. 

these voter* — estimated at from wild cow milking; 1. P. C. Stover; — 

3.000.000 to 3JWO.OOO— that they de-js. Pred Oaldstone. Cardston; 3. PLAN l,88e rooT CHAIR LIFT 
serve the co-operallQo o( the paople. Howard Potter. Carditon I CONCORD. N.H. dJAi — A 3,000-i 

as *en*lble, muUou* admlnutrator* | wild horse rsee; 1. Jack Spotted , foot chair Uft wUl be buUt on Mount j 

BUI when Sevan .poke a week ago 1 ,,;^. Olelchen. Alla.. 2. Jeff ' Sunapee as part of a $375,000 de- 

***^ ^ Parker. IdUlanille. Alto ; l.^EUlott yelopment of the nvountato as a 

Jo lor .. I .m conoomrt i - colhoon r«ro.Uon conUY 

Tories are lower than vermin. _ . .. ^ . . _ _ _ 

observers said he ;la- 
thus have enhanrad his popularity 

with a major secUon of the Labor ^ — H 

Party, which has always liked out- £ H 

spokan leaders. But the Oovera- ■ 

mams task during the next two W W H 

years It not to sell Itself to the I ) I 

party faithful, but to ooovinco 0 camada/ ■ 

Libtfwls, Independents and thoaa H 

who have not voted before that the H 

Labor Admmistration can be eon- M M M 0^ B 

tinued safely after 18M and needs B 

their support. WW AA FI WW M 

The rveetton to Sevan s remarks ^ m m m ■ m ■ 

wss vlgnrous. B 

Durtng Priday night hu houss ‘tn • Anything that ii washable, it washable B 

Srr,«^r.T' r *“*"• 4“ck,r .nd «f.r with ,hU b.,.,iful. I 

-Vermin Villa-Home of a Loud- poitwar waaher. B< 

Mouthed dtat " Police Inquiries are ^ B 

under way m ^£^50 Bl 

Young Conservallvas have started B' 

ealUng themselvaa “Vennln niuh^" B> 

and some London Oonservatlvaa B 

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sourvy, house, field and water rats.; " ^ ■ 

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The Oooaervaiive organiaatlm in ■ 

other ways hu snatched up Bevan's'^B^^^^^^^II|||||||||BH||||l|^H^H^^^B^^H||H^H^B| 

Boom Kent Asaociallon members ' " ""a 

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MEAT SPECIALS 

BEEF TONGUE, lb. 39c 

PORK STEAKS, lb 49c 

VEAL STEAKS, lb 53c 

PURE LARD, lb 23c 



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PORT WORTH, Tea. dik),— This 
may ba Lnp You but It dldnt lake 
here. Marriage Ucenses isued so far 
art considerably off from the 
period last year. 



Special in CHINA . . . 

Far Summer Cemp end Cverydey Kitchen Uae 

J2-picce BREAKFAST SET . . . m English *7 C 

BANGOR Patlcrn . . . consisting of 6 Brcskfist mLA / w 
Plates, 6 Tea Plate*. 6 Oatmeal or Oreal Bowl*, ^0 
6 Capa and Saaeers, V'eteiabic Bowl and n*ttrr_ 

Sec this sod many other Braakl**t Sets, also odd Plate* and 
Dishes, at Bargain Prices, at oar 2 Conveniently Located Store*. 



consT 

Hardware 



RASPBERRY JAM TOMATO SOUP 

COLUMBIA CAMPBELLS 

0 4-|h. tin KV-oi tin* 

55* 2 I 19 * 

LEMON PIE FILLER _ 2 .... 27* 
LIME JUICE 2, „ 25* 

MARMALADE 63* 

HEINZ COOKED SPAGHEni IZ 2 27* 
ECHO NAPTHA SOAP 2 , 0 . 1 9* 

RINSO SOAP POWDER 30* 

DEVON PEAS ,..„.5,*,.. ,^.__2„,23* 

HEALTH SALTS 49* 

CASCARA TABLETS , 29' 

RUBBER GLOVES _ 33* 



PEARLED PEANUTS , „ 45* 



IF IT’S HOT! 

so 18 THE HIGH STANDARD OF SERVICE THAT IS 
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THK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY, JULY 11. 1948 



Share ^^Hole-in-Oiw^' Honors 
(rranrl l^rize at Gyro Carnival 



Three sank bol«a>la*<uie 

yextenUy to wtn Joint ovnerahlp of, 
an automatic »a«hlng marhine,' 
grand priu at the Oyro Solarium 
Carnival at Central Junior High 
School. 

They were W 
Ptnlayson Street, 

Street 



A Uilal m five holea-io-one were 
chalked up during the day. Two 
oUiera were aoored In the aeparmtej 
daUy competition lor caah prUea 
Tliey were Mlaa Dorothy St^han. 
2300 Beach Drive, and O. km«an. 
Oxford Street. They wUl epUt be- 
tween fir»t and aecood prUe*. 
loUUng 

Third in the dally compettuon 
waa R. Mcleod. St Patrick Street. 



Birect. won the tpecial draw for 
an occaalonal chair. 

At preae time counting of gale re- 
relpta had not yet been completed, 
but Mr Bond described them aa 
"satlafactory ” The total waa ex« 
pected to be at leaat Uval of pre* 
rlous yearr. despite tlie fact Uiat 
rain threatened on two of the four 
uighta. 



——With Additional Diithct Kewa on Page 31 ' 

To J 11(1 fie 11 Victoria Entries 
In Home Playfiroiinds Contest 

A total of 14 entries for the Greater Victoria home 
play^ound contest will be Judged tomorrow afternoon, 
ofltcials announced yesterday. 

Grand : ; , < of $10 and four additional $b awards art- at 



H Young. 
P. Stewart, 
and K. < 



. U6I 
. 3S71 
Coate. 



Musgryve 
1406 Kfnrd StreM. 

“Ii'a up to the winners to decide 



Bond. Oyro president Membert re 



Today’s Question 

Axuwer os Pags i 

Wliat Is plankton? 



Tlie contest la eponsfired by the ' 
Ureater Virrorla Recreational Cbun- ; 
cil in cofijunctlon wlUi the disme^'' 
Parent-Teachers' Aasorlauon for the 
purpose of encouraging children In* 
play safely at home rather than on 
dangeroua city streets. 

Those in the contest Include Mrs 
Mary Burley, H. A. Ball, W. 8. Oliver,! 
E. H. Hart, O. ft Parsona, K. Mac- 
Dougall. Mrs. K. Klrhy. J. NuttaJl.' 
K. R Dauson, Coim McKay. H J ’ 
Chandler. Alen Slrugnell, 8. T. Ployd 
and Allen Bums. | 

Judges are W. H. Warren, Mrs 
O. PotUnger, John HaUiLead and Mrs ; 
A. Davies They will choose the win- > 
ners on a percentage basis se fol- 
lows; IS pm cent for use to fam-i 
Uy: 2S per cent for anangement! 
and safely: JO per cent for use made' 
of simple materials and 30 per cent 
for variety. 



■Crl|>pled Children It will be used, 
together with previous Gyro dona* 
tlona. to build nmwes* bungalows at 
'the hospital. Two have been com* 
pleted and the third Is now under 
, ronslructuio. Mr. Bond said. 

By tonight, the carnival grounds, 
'at Central Junior High School, w^l 
again be an ordinary achovi yard. 
Members of t)>e club are meetlrg at 
9 o'clock this morning to take 
;down booths and decorations. 

During the carnival kitchenware 
!of all klndv, donated by merchanta, 
!was given away In prises. 



called that a double tie in a prevluusl 
year had been resolved when one 
winner sold hU share to the other 



The dally ISO UxnbuLa prise was 
won by J. Mills, 219 Howe Street 
Mrs. R. B. WllsoD, ISll Bank 



B.C. Busy Bees Working Hard 

m a 



HEFK Wm.KkkBOl'TS 
Any person knowing the where- 
sbouU of George Kray Ldw have 
been requested to get In touch with 
the city deiecUve office. Low's 
aUter-ln-law. whose address Is 12 St 
Cathertnes Road, Perth. ScoUand. 
has communicated with city police 
In an attempt to find him Mrs. Low 
said her brother-in-law had resided 
in Victoria. 

POLKt: fONTRIBlTE 
Provincial Police, by a pay deduc- 
Uon plan, have contributed I331& 
to the British Columbia Emergency 
Fund. *t was announced today. 



^.The busy bees didn't Uve up to 
their repuuUon In British Colum- 
bia In the early part of the season 
but arc now working hard towards 
what may be a record honey crop. 

When cool Spring weather kept 
the bees Inactive this year. BC's 
cherry crop suffered from poor 
pollination and it Is expected to be 
smaller than usual. 

Dr. W H. Tunibull. senior apiaries 
Inspector, said yesterday beekeepers 
were expecting record crop* Some 



have reported hooey this year Is 
being produced In greater volume 
than in any Summer during the 
past 2S years. 

Dr. J. B Munro, deputy mlrvlster 
of agriculture, estimated the harvest 
of honey may exceed 2.000.000 
pounds and be valued at 1400,000 
Production last year «*as i. 804320 
Dr Munro said clover crops in the 
Interior in the Okanagan dlsUlcl 
are excepltonally fine caiulng a 
stimulus for the prouucilon of 
honey 



niTNESti .NOT .S'El THAI, 

FORT WORTH. Tex. tUJD. - A 
woman who called the district at- 
torney's office here said she had 
some Information on an assault case 
in which "a poor man was beaten 
up by another man" First, though, 
she wanted (o know “which side 
juull take in Uie case ** 



—Calo&Ut Phato 

kneing swiftly up Douglas Street, it is becoming quite a manoeuvre to tack 
However, little girl ^own above, guided by her mother doesn't mind the 
1( she had her way traffic signal (shown yellow in picture) could turn all 
colors of rainbow before she would move. 



across to the other tide, 
pneumatic drills or dabris. 



UA.MEPLA.NNLI> Y.M.C.A. Camera Club »1U bold S; I || 1 

The youth guidance rommlltco .picture cumpetlUon on “Holiday i] 

of the Prsieroal Order of Lagles [Celebrations’ on July 15. it was an- 

wili hold a special hummer dance nounced at a recent club maetlng. la 

for 'teen agers at the Eagles' ' Oreg Thocnaa gave a lecture on ^ \ Itfl 
Home. View htreet, Thursday, f'Bas-Relief ’ and a showing of color ^ I* * 

starting at 7:M p.m. [slides was presented by Norman I 

All young people are Invited to Measerchmldt. Shipments of British Columbia 

attend this dance, at which there . * * * I timber to South Africa will reach 

will be many “sporlaJ surprlaca'' .**'® WATCH TENNIS |hq all-time recprd this year, accord- 

aererding to C. Miller, chairman ' Victoria children no longer have ing to W Johitkton. marmglng dlrec- 
of the youth group committee, ^to And the tennis equivalent tor of K A L. Timbers of Johan- 

• • • I knotholes If they want to watch | nesburg. who was in Victoria yes- 

OFFICERS INSTALLED 'tournament matches. Playfroundjierdsy. 

Installation of new offlcrrj for offtclala have arranged with the Mr Jolmston Is nmklug a survey 
the International Brotherhood of.Vlcuiria L^wn 'I>mue Club for i uf «urld forest afeas uhlch will take 
Electrical Workers, Lmral 230, lool^, children from the playgrotmds u>U ' ~ 



lean 



Puget Sound Lumber Company He A further measure of c< 
[Served as British Columbia limber hlbiu the building of fra 
commissioner In South Africa from in munlclpalltlesv 
‘1935 to 1942 when he resigned to' “As In the Urge Easter 
take the position he now holds. this contiDent. all the 1 
'“rhere U a great shortage of . of buck construction.'' 
housing In South Africa just the "Brick construction is ei 
same as there Is here." be ex- 'municipal by-Uws." 
pUloed "There U still Covemmeni He said such by-Uwi I 
him to Scandinavian countries and | control on the bonding of homes, the cost of construction 
’ Ih order to build a house with an the level evident here 

area of more than 3.000 square feet 

you have to get a permit TliU 1 * r • 

to encourage the building iif small I.ejj[ion rh 
homes for workhkg people." ^ 



England. 

We buy a ; 
British Columbis 



Children Plan 
Tour 

OfFirehall 



urer. and F. J. Bevls. financial i 
secretary and business manager, will , 
both hold office this year fur their 
fourth consecutive terms. Appoint- 
ment of executive board members.' 
W. A Noel and P. DagglU was also 
announced. 



Varied activity for children at- 
tending Oak Bay playgrounds is 
scheduled for next week. 

A group of youngsters more than 
seven years old from Windsor Park 
playground will pay an Inspection 
lour to the Oak Bay Fite Hall. They 
will be accompanied by three super- 
visors. It was aimounced. 

Oak Bay Fire Chief E. O. Clay- 
ards has arranged to demonstrate 
the use of an Inhalalor to the group 
It will also be shown fire extinguish- 
ing methods and the fire hail. 

Tlie following week. Wednesday. 
July 21. children from W.llows Park 
playground have been invited to a 
similar demorutratloo. 

A contest of "dressed" children's 
vehicles will be staged at the 
"decorated vehicle parade" at Wil- 
lows «n Thursday, July 19. Prises 
will be given for the beat entries 

The following day, Friday, July 
18. Windsor Park playground child- 
ren will participate In a fancy dress 
parade. 

Willows Park playground team 
was vtciorlous In a softball game 
between the two Oak Bay parks re- 
cently. Vernon Jones acted as um- 
pire for the children and Mrs W 
Pettit was Instructor and score- 
keeper. 



They’re what you’ll he wear- 
ing. ami they’ve arrived at 
Malleks. Smartly liarnion- 
i/ing coats and siiiis in Inve- 
ly gahardincs ami tvvectls, 
just the weight for our \'ic- 
toria Autumns. .Ml the new 
fashion details loo, in wines, 
hrowns. checks, matching 
and harmonizing enscmhics. 



WINS AWARD 

AiVrt li Mitchell, former 8t. 
1.0U1S College pupil, has recently 
wvn a four-year scholarship In 
physics to the University of San 
Francisco. It was learned yesterday 

The evident left Victoria with his 
mother. Mrs. Pafrleia B Mitchell, a 
year ago for San Francisco. 



icrmcfi 

iMivhrcakers 



Europe during the Middle Age* 



MONDAY— Oyro Club luncheon. 
Lougheed's Banquet Club, 12:15 
pm. 

TUESDAY— Klwanls Club luncheon. 
Empress Hotel, 12:15 p.m.: Electric 
Club luncheon, Strathcona Hotel. 
13:15 pm. 

THURSDAY— Rotary Club lunch-, 
eon. Empreas Hotel. 13.15 pm.; 
OpUmist Club luncheon, Lough- 
ecd's Banquet Club, 13.15 pm. 
Dak Bay Klwanls dinner. Oak Bay 
Beach Hotel. 6:15 p.m. 

FRIDAY— Uons Club lurreheon. Em- 
press Hotel, 12:15 pin. 

Annual Victoria College scholar- 
ship of the Oyro Club will be pre- 
sented to Donald C. McKinnon at 
tilts week's meeting of the club. The' 
scholarship Is awarded tor leader- 
ship, distinction of mind, and merit 
In games. 

Henry MacLesn, founder of the 
MacLean method of writing, will be 
Kuest speaker at the Klwanls Club. 
He wlU speak on: “Questioned Ooeu- 
menU.* 

"Flood Oondltloru In the Fraser 
Valley." will be the topic of Hon. 
R C. MacDonald. British Columbia 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Mines, when he speaks to the Rotary 
Club. 

Dr. Clifford Carl, director of the 
Provincial M^iseum, srlU be guest 
speaker at the Uoru Club meeting. 

Programa for other aervlee clubs 
listed above have not been an- 
nounced. 



Many of Victoria's canine popula- 
tion may ~be breaking the law. ac- 
cording to City Poundkeeper Alex 
Kennedy 

Mr Kennedy said yesterday the 
majority of dog owners In OrMter 
Victoria do not have their pets in 
He had recently issued a 



MODERN MULTI-FLEX HOMES 



MODEL ' K" 

Ij sUbdM tor thooo 
«ho protoT • ccnir* 
holl 'P«rM hodfttoiM. 
lors* li*t&|-roaoi ond 
dlnltts • toon o r • 
monntd la ponaU 
*»rMUon u> (urniiuri 
4tT*nc«m<nl. C*n bo 
•uppllPd *Uto opUoti- 
•i Pindova far livlnt- 
rawa and (rant bod- 
raaia CHairt •( ot- 
tonor OnUh aueh oi 
(Odor ktdlnt. raitfn 
ar MaaaU). IwrUnntst 
or vortical Btdiv and 
qaiallv arootod by 
yauraott or «*rbmo» 
A Haiaa yon eaa a(- 
(ard 



control. 

warrant charging an osmer with 
"unlawfully allowing hli dog to be 
on a street unaccompanied by a 
person In charge, contrary to the city 
dog license and irgulallans by-law." 

The charge, which covers such 
canine misconduct as chasing ve- 
hicles and destroying property, will 
be Issued to other owners whose dop 
are breaking the law. Mr. Kennedy 
Intimated. 

The poundkeeper said that such 
action could be avoided If owners 
would discipline their prU. He sug- 
gested that training wr)uld have 
better results If begun during the 
puppy stage. 



Opeii-.Air ('oiir<*rt 
In Park Today 

M usical attraction slated 
for Beacon HUl Park to- 
day will feature a varied 
classical program presented 
by a combined aiale-volee 
choir. 

The open-air concert Is In 
aid of the BrUUh Columbia 
Flood Emergency Fund 
Choirs participating will 
Irtcluds the Arlo.i Male Voice 
Choir. Masonic Male Choir 
and th« Meisterslngers After 
singing selectlorts Individually 
the choirs wUI Join together, 
conducted by Eric Hulslt and 
C C. Warren. 



fLACS TOUA OflPSK WITR 



A. H. JACKSON 



Opening Wednesday, July 1 4 th 

1201 DOUGLAS STREET AT VIEW 



A Full 
Selection 



You won't believe your eyes 
when you see the new 



Community 

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, SLNDAY. JULY 11. 1948 



1858 ®1)^ Ifoiljl 1^8 Thinking Aloud 



Giles in America • . . 



AN INOEFKNOENT NEWSPAPER RELIED UPON THROUGH 
NINETY YEARS OF PAIR DEALING 
Victoni Owned »nd Op«f»ted 

1 lie Cftlonut Pnntinit and Publi»hinj( Company Limslcd LUbiltly 
I 21 ! Broad Street. '/Atoru. B C. 

Ma*«rl*ito« a*ii*. Mr Mtr earner, li aer Mtiin Mr mu SmieM Cwaire eM Aaefteaa eaailaeat. M aai rear Tl cenia 

Mr aealM oil|^ ea^iiriaa. aio aer rear iMa par maUi. 

Sl'NDAY. JULY II. IMI 



n isd(nn of This If arid 



I N the aftermath of war there is human 
restlessness, with more of folly than of 
balance in It. There is revolt against 
the known way, and a Jettisoning of prin- 
ciples and conventions by which society has 
steered for countless generations. Blind 
selfishness seems to come to the top, 
coupled with an impatience wliich often 
varies Inversely with the relative Import- 
ance of the individual to his times. In a 
reckless mood, man sets out to blast his 
Way to his conception of happiness, regard- 
less of whom may suffer. It is a passing 
phase, and it is no doubt as old as history. 

There arc some things human society 
cannot do without. One of them Is the 
conception of ordered family life, where 
children are reared lovingly and prepared 
for their life's work. Insecurity in the 



child most often emerges as deviltry in the 
grown man or woman, and it is society 
which suffers The attempt to throw fam- 
ily obligations upon the schools has not 
succeeded, and never can Only as a child 
can any human bemg be influenced for 
better or guided in a helpful way At the 
other end of the problem is the attempt to 
legislate people into wisdom. It cannot be 
done so. 

Markedly at this time come the words of 
St. Paul in his first Epistle to the Corinth- 
ians, at 1 Cor. 3:19; “The wisdom of this 
world is foolishness with God." The state- 
ment has stood for two milleniums without 
serious challenge. Men's ways are stlU 
confounded. It is perhaps a wider plan 
than man’s that Is being worked out in the 
human fold through centuries, remembered 
or forgotten. 



Look Out for the IhHoneranf^, Mr, Putnam 



I F Agriculture Minister Putnam's state- 
ment in the Legislature on the milk 
situation is to be read as a veiled hint 
that he may sponsor another price Increase 
later in the year he could be reminded that 
the public temper has been strained to 
breaking point. 

Mr Putnam prophesied diminishing pro- 
duction as an aftermath of the Fraser 
Valley floods. It has been noted in the past 
that statements of that kind have often 
been thrown out as a sort of “softening up ' 
barrage preparatory to another price on- 
slaught Mr. Putnam has done it before 
and it looks as if he is doing it again. 

No one will deny that the Fraser Valley 
farmers^ook a hard blow and need a help- 
Iz^ hand. The response to appeals for aid 
Is enough to show how the public feels to- 
wards their plight. The d!air>'men, lu)W- 
ever, cannot expect to have it both ways, 



They are to get free fodder at the start, 
cheap fodder after that, and financial aid 
all along the line Neither they nor the 
minister should expect the people to 
stomach U^reased prices as well. 

Mr Putnam has always been the farmers' 
friend in the Provincial Cabinet. If he 
wants them to remain his friends he should 
give closer study to the law of diminishing 
returns. City butchers could tell him a 
thing or two about the- decline in .sales that 
followed meat price boosts 

Mr. Putnam should remember, too. that 
his first duty as a minister of the Crown is 
towards the people as a whole and not to 
any one section of them, no matter how 
deep may be his sympathy for the man on 
the land. 

The last milk price Increase only a few 
weeks ago struck a severe blow to a totter- 
ing household economy. Another might 
act as a boomerang 



Barefaced Bobbery of Allied . 4 irrr«// 



I T is a revealing story that has come to 
light about how the Russians blandly 
stole three of their American Allies' 
planes during the war. Tliey were the latest 
United States bomber aircraft at that time, 
the Superforts, and the Soviet Union still 
has them. What is more, they have been 
used as models for the production of new 
Russian bomber planes, of which some 
hundreds probably are now on the active 
roster. 

On three separate occasions American 
pilots were forced to head for the nearest 
friendly territory after bombing raids on 
Japan, technical and fuel difficulties mak- 
ing it Impossible for them to return to 
their own bases. Each in turn landed near 
Vladivostok, the big Russian naval station 
on the Pacific, and that was the last their 
crews saw of them The airmen were wined 
and dined in hospitable fashion and eventu- 



ally sent back to their own lines, but the 
Superforts had disappeared. 

Repeated requests for the return of the 
planes were ignored, and this although 
Americans and Russians were supposed to 
be allies fighting as comrades in arms. The 
reason for Rdssian silence on the where- 
abouts of the Superforts has since been evi- 
dent Not long ago planes obviously pat- 
terned on the American aircraft were seen 
in the skies over Moscow. 

It has been conceded that the Russians 
showed great skill In tracing design from 
bomber back to blueprint. an(^ then pro- 
ducing a near-copy of the machine ap- 
parently better than any plane of their own 
design. It was a piece of barefaced robbery, 
nevertheless, and probably helps to explain 
why the Russians and their former Western 
Allies view many matters with different 
eyes. 



Letters and Excerpts 

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rala. Na Mlaa altl M laiaalM. la ahala ar la Mft. tiaaal aaar araMr atiaalara aa4 aMMraaa af tka 
viiUf. taaatiaOaM aarraaaaa«aaaa aaaaat ka talataaM 



COMMITF.K.S' PASSER 

Sir.— Permit me to confirm the opinion of A. 
Vernon Mecan 

Am law and order aeem to be dlaappearlng In 
all branches of our body politic it seems impera- 
tive that those of us who are sUil articulate 
ahould raise our voices, and that the people's 
ri|hU be protected else the whole fabric of the 
law go by the board. 

A CAROLYN BAYnELD 
1033 Linden Avenue, Victoria, B.C. 

HTLLOH'S I AIR 

8tr,-Your reporter who wrote the article on 
the cancellation of the fair at the Willows this 
year is to be commended for his interpretaUon 
of the controversy It is indeed a three-cornered 
affair. But the last paragraph of your editorial 
in mday’a issue le In error and misleading to 
the general public. 

On June IS the Fire Marslial Issued six orders 
(not ••requesU“‘ for the additional exit width for 
all buildings ether than the stables, and to be 
done within . 60 days. On June 60 an order was 
Issued for the demolition within 60 days of the 
five sete of old stables No acceptance of fulfill- 
ing these seven orders has been received 

Both the owners of the buildings and the Brit- 
ish Columbia Agricultural Association have elgnl- 
fied that they are not responsible for renewing 
the wiring. Installing sprinkler systems, or run- 
ning In a new water main to connect up dead- 
end hydrants. 

B. O. CLAYARD6. Chief. 

Oak. -Bay Fire Department 
1701 Monterey Avenue, Oak Bay. B.C. 

CONRrRVATlON 

Sir.— Largely, floods sre the results of human 
ignorance, carelessness and blunders, and are net, 
as Is often supposed to be. deliberate whims of 
dastrucUon let looee upon mankind. 

Where there is o|er -abundance of vegetiuoa 
Biere Is over -abundance of rain, but where ail 
vefttation is removed the land becomes a deesrt 
and very seldom rain fails upon it Windstorms 
displace the sol| and life disappears. 

The process of nature nms between these two 
•xtremM. and it U the task and destiny of man 
to nnd'‘rstsnd and discover a wuc course to fol- 
low that will bold a proper balance between 



famine by flood and famine by dust storms or 
deserts. 

The great mystery of the ocean and the part 
It plays in receiving alt the water from ram. 
rivers and lakes and yet never overflows all its 
shores. Is part of the process of nature which is 
vital to human existence, which man must learn 
to be wise about All the great nations of Asia are 
suffering, even today, because they did not con- 
serve their grass lands and their forests away 
back in primitive days of abundant vegetation, 
but robbed nature of all its wealth and gave 
little heed to conservation by restoration. ' 

It ahould be the reeponstbllity of governments 
to see that no flat plains or fertile land be allowed 
to lie bare with barren surface, »o that the wiivd 
storms sweep it away as dust. Grass or vegetation 
of some kind should cover the (ace of th» whole 
land. In season or out of season. 

It ahould be the responsibUiUes of governments 
to enforce that all forest land cleared be covered 
again by vegetation that will hold the soil. 

No river or Igke bed-bottom should be allnwcd 
to become higher than the land and banks on 
either side of them, even temporarily, for such 
unnatural development is a menace In times of 
heavy rains and unjustifiable as a means of safety 
agalnct floods. 

Low-lying land by the side of a lake or river 
should be treated and raised to a safe level, by 
suction pipe systems, by the' government, then 
resold again to farmers, qt the river bottom 
' lowered by suoUon or by atlt plowing 

JAMES MOVES 

1038 Johnson Street. Vktorla, BX7. 

From “Thr IVmprRt" 

Our rfvtU now are ended Thete our eclori. 

As / (oretoid you. were alt tptrttt and 
Are mehed mro atr. tnto ihm air 
And. hke the batefeu fabric of thit tfinon. 

The cloud capp'd rouwrs, the yorpeoui palocee, 
T he toientn templet, the prear globe ittelf. 
Yea all ifihich it tnhrrtr, thall dtSMolvr 
And. hhe thtt tnuibitantial pageant faded. 
f eoiv not a rock behind U'e are tuch ttutf 
At dteontt are made on. and our httle life 
/• rounded with a tieep. 

--4HAKUPLARE. 



**. . . «r afaaca and ehlpe — and Mallas 
was— af rabliMfw mM klsi^” 

By TOM TAYLOR 

1 CAME across a new word the 
other day— new to me. that Is. 
There’s nothing really remarkable 
about that, naturally. 'The dictionary 
is full of words taat would be new to 
my eyes If they lit on them. 

This oue, in (act, Is In the diction- 
ary, too. although attached to a 
slightly different shade of theanlng. 






markable either In a new appUcatton 
of an old word. The North American 
continent is full of such adventurous 
philology 

It is one of the happy fruits of the 
New World that for it language was 
not embalmed when lexicons were 
printed. Mind you, unilateral coinage 
of words and phrases can be overdone, 
but there are times when the urge to 
Invent a .pew combination of letters 
is overpowering. 

Sometimes this column succumbs. 
It creates what it thinks are the most 
apt terms to convey meaning, but, 
alas, the printers upstairs are meticu- 
lous and heartless. The letters are 
never cast In the order of their Inven- 
tion. An Indulgent but Irrefutable 
correctlop chastens any undue optl- 
ml.'^m. 

THEY’VE TAKEN WING8 

Us about time, 1 gueu, lo say that 
the word I discovered was method- 
ology. used in its widest sei-ise by so 
respected a person as General Tooey 
Spaatc. of the United States air force. 
The general was applying it to the 
conduct of war. which he claims In a 
Life article has been revolutionised by 
the mobility of the airplane. 

This piece Is not about war. so nuff 
said thereon, except for the notation 
that the general’s makes you 

-hiver your tltr^paNr * I mdn’t like hli 
methodology at all, at all 

There are far too many “ologles" 
bti£filng around these days anyway. 
One in psrllcular, Innocent enough 
perhaps when first a lexicographer 
concluded that ’'ology” would round 
out any science nicely, is now nauseat- 
ing because of the sheep’s clothing in 
which it masquerades. 

You’ve guessed U, of course - ide- 
ology. the bane of our existence now- 
adays. Somebody once said Ideas have 
legs but that was a gross understate- 
ment; they've taken wings, and not 
those customarily worn by doves. 
What is Ideology to sonte has become 
penology to many others. 

CAN YOU STAND TH18? f 

The connection between penology 
and phrenology might come under 
the heading of vtsionology If there 
were such a word, which there ain’t— 
(but please, printer. let it goi — al- 
though If you bumped someone on the 
head so hard that a bobby came after 
Vou at least you could trace a close 
liaison, but elusive thought notes a 
physical resemblance which invites an 
immediate dlver^on to an aasoclale, 
psychology, and con-wlence then won- 
ders if when a child you had fallen 
on your skuiJ so that your current 
woes all stem from that early mishap, 
suggesting thereupon a visit to a psy- 
chiatrist which might result in your 
Inhibitions being cast out. thus ensur- 
ing that all you'll ever know about 
criminology will be what you read in 
the ”who-dun-lts," and no doubt 
qualifying you for a debate on soci- 
ology. although by this time anyone 
surviving this paragraph is bound to 
be thinking about mythology, and 
since that might imply what is ver- 
nacularly knowff as hot air It Is but 
a mental slde-stlp to aerology and 
thence back to airman Rpaats, who 
I'm sure you'll agree is certainly revo- 
lutionary if the foregoing is a sample 
of the tautology his technology sets In 
train, a-hereupon, since like you I’m 
now looking (or a period to att as a 
sort of doxology to all this. I shan't 
object If you explode with "baloney'* 
and refu.v to pursue the general's 
methodology any further. 

PIECE OF "VANITOLOGT” 

You see, however, what It means lo 
live in the age of ' ologles^* 

Why people can't be content with 
those simple, three or four-letter 
words that the croasword puexle fan 
la always looking for and never finds, 
I don't know. I‘m wishing now I 
hadn't read what Tooey Spaats had 
to say, not Just because he shivered 
my timbers but also because I’ve 
risked whatever reputation (or sanity 
I possessed by writing this column, 
not to apeak of the ire of the printer 
upstairs when he starts to tlne-o-type 
all lhi.s fancy terminology, and this a 
Sunday, too. when a person should be 
on his best behaviour, and . . . 

But there, you see how easy it Is to 
be swept back Into the longitude of 
sentences that never end and so never 
get anywhere. Three dots don’t com- 
prise a very satisfactory conclusion 
for any thought. All too easily, also, 
words take wings as wen u ideas 

In any case, the chaocee are that 
methodology as practiced In this 
fashion Is rather a blsarre buainess 
whose licence should be withdrawn 

So— nuff said. Make what you can 
of thia If there were such a word — 
(excuse me again, printer)— I’d say 
maybe It's a piece of “Ttnltology.** 



Today^s Answer 

Quwtloo on Pace 6 
The drifting, microecoplr life eoo- 
tainad in the watera of aeaa. lakes and 
ponds. Its study was begun prior to 
IMS by the German sooloRlst. Johan- 
nes Muller tn the eea around Heligo- 
land 








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"If Thing! Like Thlt Keep Happening to Vere I'm Afraid She’e Going to Develop « ~Dre«dful Un-Americen Comples 




From Canada’s Capital . . . 



By HAROLD DINGMAN 

O TTAWA. July 8 — Did you know 
that Uie butter industry was 
completely cleared by Paul Martin's 
special report on prices? 

Page 36 whitewashed the industry 
of any profiteering "In the accepted 
sense of the word " 

Page 66 whitewashed the industry 
of aU but a modest amount. 

But on pages 31 and 33 there was 
some strangely different reading. One 
witness admitted that his company 
had sold 145,000 pounds of butter at 
a net profit of 13 65 cents a pound. 

Another witness said his company 
had sold more than 3,000.000 pounds 
at a net profit of 9.67 cents per pound. 

Something obviously wrong some- 
where. you say. Yet on reading ALL 
the evidence the commillee could 
reach no other conclusions Uian those 
reported on pages 36 and 65 
Was there a minority report from 
the profit-haling C.C.F, who had 
alert members on the committee? No. 



WHAT'S THE PARTY LINE?— Tlie 
Canadian Tribune, tiie organ of the 
Communist Party In Canada, con- 
fe.vses itself addled by the state of af- 
fairs in Yugoslavia. Moscow appar- 
ently forgot to cable or airmail the 
correct party line approach to Tito, so 
The Tribune editor announced he had 
to wait for it until he could explati\ 
news events In the Balkans. 

In the current issue The Tribune 
says it cannot accept the "garbled" 
stories appearing In the dally press, 
and “will await the receipt of official 
English text of the perunent docu- 
ments for future news and comment " 

Leslie Morris, the Communist editor, 
is apparently in a high state of nerves, 
for this is the first Ume he has ever 
admitted that he had to await dlrec* 
tions or "documents" from » party 
sources. Hitherto he has trumpeted 
that the Canadian Communist Party 
acts Independently of the Comlnform. 



A New York hosplUl has put up a 
large sign to warn holiday motorlsU. 
Measuring six Teet by eight. It reads: 
"Please drive with care. We have no 
empty beds. Only morgue space avail- 
able " 



Perhaps there's something to lha 
Russian!’ claim lo have Invented radio 
after all. They probably were the 
dlacoverers of static. 



AccorJinj (o a garjemng column the 
Chinexe chestnut ii rciiifonf to 

blight. This, hovever, dots net apply to 
the raJie Vanely. 

• • • • • 

The bus was starting in the midst 
of a torrent of rain, when tlie con- 
ductor put hia head inside and in- 
quired; "Will any gentleman get out- 
side and oblige a lady?’’ 

"She can come inside and sit on my 
knee. If she likes." said a passenger, 
jocularly, and, to his great surprise. In 
bounced a buxom woman, who forth- 
with appropriated the offered knee 
After a Ume the man got Into a con- 
versaUon with his burden, and asked 
her where she wu going On hearing 
her desUnaUon he exclaimed. ' Bless 
me. that’s my house!" 

• Yea, sir." replied the woman, bluah- 
Ing "I’m the new cook!" 



Ha b beneficent who a«U kindly net 
fer hto ewn take, bat for another's. 

— Cieero. 



"But taken it cornel lo tlaughter yea 
wi/i Jo goir werA oq uxaier'* sang Kip- 
ling, in hii time. The JrunA •( the mheei 
Woj fl iolcr deuelopment. 



At tho end of a sermon in a Scottish 
church an ardent prohibitionist was 
permitted by the broad-minded parson 
to sJy a few words on bis pet subject. 

"Brethren." he said. "If I had aU 
the whisky, brandy and champagne in 
the world, 1 would fling the whole of 
It Into the Clyde." 

He sat down and In the pause that 
followed the parson roew 

"We shsll conclude. * he aald, "by 
alnging Hymn 117; 'Shall We Gather 
at the River* " 



The same issue of The Tribune an- 
nounces that Tim Buck 1s going to 
help put a stop to the expiring circu- 
lation of the paper Poor old Tim has 
worked so long for tlie party he should 
be pul out to pasture; Instead he’s 
been put down in the circulation of- 
fice. Ah, Utoplal 



Qbservation 
Car: » 



THE BUTTER LOBBY — There'S 
hardly a newspaper in Canada that 
hasn't referred at some time to the 
"powerful butter lobby" operating In 
Ottawa on behalf of the dairy farm- 
ers. and to the detriment of Lhoae who 
want to bring margarine to the family 
dinner (able. 

The other day I went along to see 
the man most often suspected of be- 
ing the "powerful lobbyist" He’.v W 
K 8t. John, a pleasant, grey-haired 
young man who is secretary of the 
National Dairy Council of Canada, 
which represents some 600 firms and 
associations. T’he council keeps a 
suite of offices in the capital, and 
young Mr. 6t John Is kept busy run- 
ning around seeing various people. 

He denies vigorously that he oper- 
ates a lobby. 

"We are a service organisation for 
the manufacturers, processors and 
dliLrlbutora. We do not act for the 
producers and this imargaritie) is 
primarily a producer problem Of 
course we do not want lo take any 
direct action that would prejudice the 
producer." *ald Mr St, John 

"That means you would take no di- 
rect action to help bring in marga- 
rine*” I asked 

"That's right." 

"Could you explain your function as 
a 'service organltaU<m’7 ' 

"We keep abreast of Government 
policy.” he replied. "We make such 
representations as are necessary to 
the Government or to a minister. We 
interpret Government to the Industry 
and Industry to the Government." 

But no lobbying, Mr. St. John? 



B ill, the Bmad Street barber. 

walked Into the shop bearing an 
umbrella on a dull day, and Immedi- 
ately became the target of Jibes from 
his fellow knights of the shears. "I 
have had Uiis umbrella nearly ten 
years. What is the matter with my 
having it?" he snorted. ' Nothing, but 
don’t you think it Is high time you 
returned Jt? " the boss chuckled . . . 
"It appear.! to me there are more 
Ignorant i>enionx than there were 35 
years ago ' a ron*ee professor com- 
mented after hearing Barber Ben atr 
his views on world affairs ' Perhapa 
so. but there are more things to be 
Ignorant about Uian there were 35 
years ago." Ben retorted . . "All 
right, folk.'' Move to the back sealA, 
Just like you were in church." a Fair- 
field bus driver is reported lo have 
told passengers during a rush hour 
. . . Meat prices are helping lo keep 
everybody pour." a customer remarked 
tn Tobacconist Martin. "Quite right. 
Never has so much been paid by so 
many for m little.' Martin replied 
From the Keating squire "An 
opUmUt Is a man who does nut know 
what the world Is coming lo, and dues 
not care A pessimist does not know, 
either, but has his suspicions" . . , 
Those who hope to leave their foot- 
prints on the sands of time must first 
have some sand, which now costa 
more because of the Provincial Gov- 
ernment sales tax. .Winston 
Churchill gave the following defini- 
tion of a free country "Any country 
where the people own the Oovem- 
ment. and not the Government tJie 
people" Then there was the 
apartment hunter who said to a real 
e.state agent; "I am looking for an 
apartment big enough to keep my wife 
from going home to her mother, and 
small enough to prevent her mother 
from coming to live with us" 



Children and Divorce 

(Editorial In The Winnipeg Tribunei 



T he pilghl of the child of divorced 
parents Is tragic enough even 
under the best posalble circumstances, 
but when one U left destitute, un- 
wanted by father or mother. It (s a 
thousand times worse. The move by 
the Manitoba Bar Aasociatton to 
change the present divorce procedure 
in that province so as lo give greater 
protection and security for such chil- 
dren will have the blessing of all. 

While Canadian divorce laws are 
patterned on a British act and 
Bench has no power lo vary grounds 
for divorce, It ran alter practice and 
procedure In the courts In Manitoba 
when a petition for divorce ia filed a 
Judge is not necessarily made aware 



of details regarding proposed arrange- 
ments for maintenance of children. 

The proposal heard by the Bar As- 
sociation was that there be a merger 
of divorce peUUons and custody and 
maintenance petitions In order to give 
greater protection to children. 

As It happens the rules of procedure 
are now under revision and Chief Jua- 
tlre Williams told the association that 
if concrete suggestions were made re- 
garding divorce procedure the Bench 
would be glad to consider them. To 
the layman the proposal made before 
the Bar Association seems to have 
much merit, for the general feeling la 
that welfare of the child Is para- 
mount, even over the wlahes of the 
parents. 




t^irfdriit 

IJrarJ anJ ^rindlitu* 



From File* of Thr Datly Rritiili 
Colonix for July, Itol 



By G. C. MORTIMORE 



V ANCOUVER UlaJids leglalators 
had talked IhemMlvea Into a 



They wanted to build a passable 
road between Victoria and Baqulmalt« 
but the thing waa easier said than 
done No one knew where the money 
was coming from. It seems. 

The Colonial House of Assembly, In 
commute# of the whole, propoeed an 
appropriation of t3.tX)0 for the road. 

"Major Foster remarked that the 
Bouse was in a dilemma." The Daily 
British OolonUt reported. "The 
learned Attorney - General had first 
declared that such an appropriation 
would have nothing to do with the 
esumates. and the very next wreek he 
bad turned around and stated that 
after reconsidering the matter, he be- 
lieved it did touch the eettmatea." 

Mr. Helmeken moved that the 
money should be set aside from har- 
bor rsvenos Attorney -General George 
H. Cary objected He said that an act 
authorixlng a loan of flOiXM for the 
Esquimau road was on Its way back 
from England after receivl^f the 
Queen's assent. 



The act would have to be repealed 
before the new measure could pass, he 
observed "While the correspondence 
between this Colony and England was 
going on. nothing could be done, and 
the Esquimau road could not be com- 
menced for perhaps iwo years.” The 
Colonist quoted him as saying. 

"It came out, to the undisguised 
astonishment of several of the honor- 
able members, that the act In question 
had not received the attention of the 
Governor before U was sent for the 
approval of the Imperial Government, 
and Mr Helmeken said he thought 
. . . there was small chance of the 
bin ever becoming law.** 

The controversy bumbled on. and 
Esquimau still was without a passable 
road There the matter stood while 
the House turned lU fickle atlenUon 
toward something else. 

The Chief Justice ruled that the 
colony's road act and^wo other acts 
were Ulegal, and acted upon his de- 
ctslan by refusing to pay hJs own road 
tax The Rouse argued at length 
what action ought to be taken, then 
learned that the Chief Justice had 
changed his mind and paid the tax 
after all The House went on arguing. 







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Conservalives 



A natunU prodwcU our' 



I. A Dell hotmpf profram. 

4. A IXmlnkin-Provinclal confer* 
«nce u «ot)Q a» poaalble. 

Other* urfe floor price* (or farm 



keUuf act, a lon«-raxi«e tmmigre* 
uoo plan and an overhaul of the 
fr«l#bi-rau atructur* of Canadian 
raUwa)-*. 



To Annouiue 
Party Policies 



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OTTAWA. July to «CF).— ^An up- 
to-date alatemeni of Progreulve 
ConaervaUve parly poUclea probably 
wtll be announced Auguit 1. a party 
offirtal said today. 

R. A. Bell, national director, aald 
that U the iartet date of a com* 



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language the 30 raaolu 



Oow rMucjng. MMoiUy-lin* »roeuri) 0 B keing* r*u *ny am at Ihe 

‘’•**«“* •* MOLTl-rL*X Hwnti la )kui • r«« tnon VMlit arlMi- 
IUUaUji •ndBMrM ane ilaMfnM. Uitjr (It# neaiauh; la n*»r »iua 

unlimJtae tco«« in eAtenar finuAM. 

A^LTi rLCZ Hsmt* raa b« «ub«r eemracior ar mU'^uiu 

^ t«uel» ar UMath racar aiding. muc«« or ttrtlral cadar Intariar 
*aU board or alaattr 

KH A. aad V.UA. 



I The Pro:msAive Conservathe 
' raaolutlona are known to recom- 
mend' 

1. Outlawing of the Communist 
party. 

3. A a o c 1 a I security prugram 
providing retirement pensions at 65 
without a meane test, increaned 
unemploymem litauraiice benefits 



... APraovKO-^irwiturallr allslWa tar KHA and V LA 
teatia and saa a all l»«al building br-la«a 

D. L. MOOR 

Viatarla Ag«at»Tia JORNbOK— t «UI 



Wa IfitUa Ya« U Saa tba 
Madri an Dtaolar at lit 
JabaaBii lUpatairai 



Spot xecemly to catch picture, left, of youns fawn playing hookey from backwoods 
ond wjndow.smaghing experience of day. which ended up in five-and-ten cent empor 



1 in on deer with net. Finally cornered, it was turned 
tcgatment of glass cuts. * 



Seek Hadar Site 



Kiissiaii-Controlled Berlin 
Still Believed Soviet Aim 



ror >ancoiiver 

VANCOUVER. July 10 <Si. — 

Radar equipment to cover Vancou- 
ver* harbor U being considered in 
Ottawa by the National Research 
Council. It was learned here today 
The council’* radio and electrical 
engineering divUlon U considering a 
:"f (or the pru>aci, recommended • Speciwt Project* Dm- 

earlier by the shipping bureau ofi**®" under the Suraeon-Oeneral of 
the Vancouver Board of Trade. \ United Slates Arm.v 
Three NJtC. »cifQU*u and radar I ^ • UfhtMmiored, loose- 

equipment wlU arrive here laier; 

thl* month to conduct the lurvey ' the photos of grilled 

^back* of Japanese women? Tlie 



NEW YORK. July II <Si.-Are' The number 0 / lran*fu*ions . la 
you worried there may be an atomic likely to be enormous, eaya M*J. 

Bauer The numbers probably will 
Well here are four easy precau- W|ulre trained laymen both for 
tlon* from Maj A J. Bauer, deputy. , lyplhg and tmnafuaion*. 

The shocking poser and devasta- 
iUon wrought by an atom bomb ao 
^dlsrupu an area that ouUlde help 
|ti necessary to carry out operation*, 
he aald 

■The plan for emergency uprra- 
Uun mufei be on a national buu. 
Cities nm*i plan to handle the 
emergencies of their neighboring 
cUie*. The director of the *mer. I 



^ — intprprrting ihp !S 

By JOHN M. HlGIITOUhR 

AsawUled Prew Sews Analyst 

WA 8 HINOTON. July 10 . 4 ». -The 
UnlUd 6ut«*. Brttam and Prance 
appeared certain today to be In for 
a long, costly and dangerous airug- 
gie to maintain themselves ir 
1/ Ruaaia rejecu their deni 
lift the blockade of the city. 

Both Washinaton Bn/l 



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The alms of this policy, according 
to the opinion* of both Washington 
and 1-ondon oIBcJals. are two P!»t. 
I the Moscow plan la to use the 
r,- ,K. . '^ueeae on the Western Powers In 

nea ihu week-end Berlin to force them to hold another 
r a reply |meeUng of the Council of Porelgn 

conunued hopeful MltiUier* — ■ - 

h might relax their; whole Ui 
jld aomewhat. but; unity agaimt which t ‘ . 
capiial itseU came been making a bitter and deter 
ould Indicate a re- mined ftghi. Second 
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Germany and Europe are to be split, 
3erman the sim la to force the Western 
!fs that 'nations out of Berlin and make It 



MON j'ii£AL KPt - R 40 UI EftAH 
54 . of Montreal. «as assessed thci 
maximum ftne of $100 and cosU 
for speeding in Recorder's Court i 
here reoenUy. Evidence was thati 
Egan slg -tagged at M miles an; 
hour near Lafonuune Park, and hlt'i 
•0 miles ao hour on Sherbrooke' 
Street, one of the city* main, 



|R<KK-A-BVE PONT 
' MEMPHIS. Tenn. (U.B. — Seven- 
year-old Phil Cox has a pet pony 
with a lap-dog complex. He racks 
the three-week -old Shetland to steep 
at niglii. I 



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blood transfusions 



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and Monoging Director, o Board of Directors' meeting was calk 
immediately for the purpose of appointing new personnel to con 
on the existing policy of Stocker's Tronsfer Company, Limited, on 
Stocker's Security Storage & Worehouse Company, Limited. The o( 
pointments recommended by the Directors were: Mrs. Lillio 

Stocker os President, with the monoging responsibility to Herbei 
Jomes Applegote, with the ossistonce of William S. Richordsor 
In these oppointments the Directors took cognizonce of the foe 
thot the General Monoger, Mr. Applegote, and the Assistont Mon 
oger. Mr Richor^son, with their yeors of experience in tbe tronsfe 
business ond the hoppy relations between themselves ond tbe storog, 
customers, thot the business will carry on with the some outstondini 
service thot hos created the volume of storoge ond tronsfer busines 
over o period of yeors. 

a 

Mr. Applegote, the Generol Monoger, is looking forword to meet, 
mg oil old customers ond many new ones in the new commodioui 
premises now being erected on Government Street, which they hop< 
to tokc possession of in the neor future. 



Thfrf * a uondrrftil chuirc. a rioj of 
valiirs in theve dainty picco at Edd' v, 
Slips, paiuics. bra*, gown*. thrvVc all 
here, iji the Mze and the *’vlr you want. 
Kvery tliing is new *a\e ihe bndKrt pnirs, 
and these at Kddt’s remain ihe Iwwest 
>•'11 can find anywhere fnr -•lu'h rjtialiiy. 



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THE DAILY COLO>HST, VICTORIA, B.C, SUNDAY. JULY II. 104S 



on Vacation 



Dewey Started Married Life 
In Two Rooms and Kitchenette 



”(tl Crisis Inside Soviet Russia 
sihilily, Chu rcliill Declares 

of th* dictAtonhlp W woriiioc oonunujUcaUon of Tucoklovla fran 

^ or even contrmry t*. tbe Um Hog of ntcUlto itat«o at tha 

a AiUM nu war 

fj yield to Soviet moment when they were 

^ •^ow elae can you explain Uw brlnglnc the crUla in Berlin to lU 

viAiii UDOB thu «ol«mn deounolaUoD and ex- icUmajL** 



Ain’t <;oin’ Tuh!” 

P BNDUrrON. Ofo^ July 10 
(iP),~WlUlam O. Douglae, 
United Btatee Supreme Court 
Juetlce put on hie beat cow- 
boy bat today and In tight- 
hearted mood removed him- 
aelf from the Held of Demo- 
cratle preeldemial candldatea. 

"1 never waa a-runnln'; I 
ain’t a-runnln' and I' ain't 
goln' tuh,** be drawled for the 
benefit of Uili round-up dty. 
(See ptetare an Ihte page.) 



TUU u Um lourta arurie on Uto a»- 
aubUcAh er»MiMn'ioi nooiiMo. 0 «t. 
TbMM I Povc; Tbo MIkM It um 
•art of thro* vriim 



By LOt'18 M. LYONS wanted to get married and get on. He 

NEW YORK. July 10 (NANA).—; found a chance to move In with 
At 31 Thm Dewey reached New York a amaller firm a( larger pay and by 
with only half h^ mind on the law | the beginning of 1031 be waa one 
The other half w&a on mualc etudlee of three aadatanu In the office of 
and FraiKce EUcen Hull, the mujlc McNamara di Seymour. Here h- 
ffiudent from Oklalxoma. Nobody began at 02,000 and the next yaar 
ituw much of Dewey't decUloo got 01,000. On this he eould marry. 



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Con Hovo No Finor Aftsntion! 



Victoria < larg< 



i- tt'a profeaulnnal i-... 
career ended here, aa Oewey'i 
on hla graduatloQ from law .<<' 
Dewey waa 2d, hla wile 25. 

Francei Butt waa and la a atrUt- 
Ingly pretty woman with a dlapoal- 
Uon btiHt for wear. She haa 
Tmn Dew «7 her career. 

The Deweyx began marriage In 
two rooms and a kitchenette on 
laM Drd Street, at 115 a month. A 
grand piano occupied hall one i ni 
When they had gueata they ate at 
a card table. Tom Dewey waa doing 
better at tre law every ^ n 



may be i-- • ■ , • inaide 
Deweya in the evening. They'd play Rusda, particularly tn the light of 
■ome caaual card game that didn't the Comlnfonn’e denunciation of 
interfere much with talk. Uanhal Tito of Yugoslavia. 

The BeUa have continued to be ‘Their prime Interest,’* he said 
the Deweyi’ cloee Mends down the,o^ ^ Ruaaian rulers, “la to preserve 
yean and Bell haa gone on penonal power over the 

dtacuaslng economic problexna with hundreds of mUUona of people of 
Thm Dewey. When Dewey’e career dlOerent races whom they role 
reached a point where be needed an 
(>eonomlc advisor to chan hla coune . 

and pun hU apeechea. h. Uimed!"^^, ^ thU grim 

lo hi. Irtoul. B,U. B.U now I. «’ 

.npcrtnlondrol o( tank. h. No,r*‘ " 

York U» m« th, norrmorr* Um. ^Ml tltat on. ,« ■ 

leans on moat for the shaping of his* 
speeches and programa on economic nQpX 
tasuee. j 



-equipped enablUhmrnt. wnb 

lied Radio ’Technicians in aiiandance. 
trine and Communication Equipment. 
Appliances, 



waa because Francea Mutt waa go- 
ing to be in New York that Fall. 
Both were atudenu of Percy Rector 



Klemronic Equipment 



Btepheru, vocal teacher. 



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Episcopal Church of St Matthew 
and St. Timothy. He took leaaona 
during the week aud apeni such Ume 
ta he could get with Mlaa Butt 

These activities interfered some 
with the Uw and. aa a result, he did 
well but he wsa not st the top of 
his class. CUasmatea remember him 
aa one who absorbed Uw without 
much sign of effort. 

SAW CONTINENT 

Tlmea were good when Tbm Dearey 
finished Columbia Law School In 
1925. A man with aa good a record 
aa his and as good s background had 
no trouble finding a job. But before' 
he aeiiled down to a Uw desk Dewey | 
Look time out to see Europe. I 

But someihiug new had been added 
to Tom Dewey. He came home apart- 1 
tng a neat bUck mustache and iti 
stuck with him thereafter— perhaps 
because Frances Huu liked him that 
way. 

Back Id New York in the Full of 
1935. Dewey went to work. BU Job 
WAX' with Larkin. Rathbone ft Perry.' 
an MtabliKhment of 40 lawyers.. 
Dewey's aaUry waa IIJOO, FfU . U 



Your Victoria 



Supreme Court Justite William O. Douglas, formerly maniionad 
as ‘ possibility'' for Democratic Vica-PreaidentUl nomination in pre- 
convention rumors from PhiUdelphia. U shown WeU away from it all 
at his wilderness vacadoo spot In OrcgocL With “Proaty.’* his cocker 
apanUl for companion, be fUhea in Loatine River near bis cabin. 





At a seminar in sconomlo prob- 
lems. Tom Dewey met a young news- 
paperman. Elliot Bell, a flnanclai 
writer on The New York 'Hmea. They 
fell into diacuation, Uked each other 
and they met often after that. ^ 

Bell and hU wife soon got Into the trout flopped out 



DUNCAN. B.C. CPl.-AngUr Annl-1 •.. . 
tage Ashland mya he oaught an* Wj] 
eight-inch trout toi hU kitchen sink ' * 

and ha doeant know how II got D C I 
there AahUnd'a water aendea failed DlI 
I He dUcotinecled the sink pipes andj H«4e T< 



Dealer 



J. B. Carswell to Be Chairman 
Of Fra.ser Valley Diking Board 



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liMkc MfM n tlowrli ANU 

bcl"« tlw ImIi 

Whai y«u nuy Mad w • latlia U«w 

5*'? Ufa f tka .1 (n»«a>lM 

3S Irtai at bovais. 

TaSa oM Carta* a imU Law Nt balara 
M l «M a(k«r mauls Taka iSmii auMMitiM t« 
IS<t> S.klp »aa« lie a lart** Sou 
* J tMt* d't*ut.»a moaala ro«r aMmarS 
ANOheuaAa - h*]p )raii d.ctn uSat yuu ka«u 
■aWQ IS Satur* a ouo asi 

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makaa nw <«al ba«Ur fn>« your Saad i«) r r>>« 
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OTTAWA, July 10 CF— J. B 
Carewell *>f Vancouver, wartime 
munitions department official, haa 
been appointed chairman of the neW| 
Fra.-er Valley Dlkkig Board, the 
Ooverninmi announced today. 

The three-man board will be in 
charge of repairing and reconstruct - 1 
Ing dikes In Bniuh OoIumbU'a 
Frae^r Valley which were washed' 
out by recent floods. 

Other members of the board are 
F. O Gondspeed, sAeUtant chief en- 
glneer of tile Federal Worlw Depart- 
ment. reprevntlng the Dominion, 
and Bruce Dickson, British Oolum- 
bU Diking Commlsaloner. represent- 
ing tlie Province. 

Trade MlnUiey Howe, who made 
the announcement aa Minister of 
Reconstruction. Mid' the board wUl 
aatabllsh offices In Vancouver and 
will get into action as early aa pos- 
sible fn the meanUme, tha work la 
going on under tha direction of mill- 
Urv authorities. 

The diking board chairman la a 
aertaultlng engineer In Vancouver 
Ourtng the war he served aa repra- 



sentattve ol tha Munitions Depart- 
tneni in Washington. Later ha be- 
came the fint pre>i)deni of War Aa- 
•ets Corporation He returned to 
private life in 194.1 Before ihe war 
he was president of a construcUoo 
company in Torontn. 



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perfect eme of mind at speeda that used to worry you. 



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Marshal Petaia of I ichy and } enln 
Serioitsly III in 1 1 is Exih> Prison 



Glimmer 
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NEW YORK. July 10 iNANA*.- 
M&nhAl Hfnrl PhlUppe Prutn. var> 
tunc hntd ot tlM pm.pft vtrh> 
Prench cutc. k •enouily Uj in hi* 
pxUc ptlcon on the ulaod of Yeu off 
the Vendee rowt of Prance. The 
92-y«ar-oid hero of the Oreei War 
w receivuif digitalis treatment for 



japeech to umlt dureapectful refer- 
|enccs to Peuin. 

The mamhal'a Uwyrra queatkm 
the legality and dialntereatedneM of 
the Oe Oaulle-appotnted High 
Court of Juiilce" which tried PeUln 
The.* claim It wax parked' alth 
communisu and other prejudiced 



tried only by the French Senate *it- 
tliif u a High Court t>i Juatir- 
thla by the con^tnutum of the Thud 
Kepubllr. 

Petaln had origiimll.v bern m..> 
leiicrd to death, ili^ wiijctifr aa* 
later commuted to'Ufe imprii>>u. 
meut in exUe, xhorn of rank aiu] 



This Week 

The aJUatar baaeball game played 
by teaiha made up of outatandlng 
pUyera from the American and Na- 
tional Leaguet will be broadcaat 
Tueaday, July 13 at ll;lft am. Pa- 
cific Daylight Time on the CflC 



'a Radio I 

program Sunday. July n o*er the 
NBC network 

She will be heard regularly 
tlierrafter on the program which 
alao la heard Mondaya 'through 

Pndayi 

June waa boni in Ohio, won a 



DomIrUtm Netwurk, 



make uae ut t 



a heart ailment lar ihmla 



le Street 



chatted during ttie pre--ntaUiui of 



of rain., It will be plated 



. teat at autioo WLW .CincinnaU) 
g when she waa is. but dldn t Uke 
!>>up radio terioualy until ahe came to 
, ‘Chicago three year* ago. 

Harvey Haya u narrator on the 
‘Word! and Mualc" programs which 
, alao Include aonga by Edward Oavlea, 

I baritone, and accompaniment by 
. Lou Webb, organiit. 

Krd SaiU in Um Dual Bowl.' a 
^ript by the Toronto writer Tommy 
Tweed, haa been deecrlbed ai "a 
atory of tiie glorkma paai U we all 
hadn't been bom M yearx too aoon.” i 
Producer Doug NUon naa clioaen 
tile play for proMniaUon on Van- 
couver Theatre Thuraday, July 15 at 
9 30 pm. Pacific Daylight Time ' 
Thia will be a repeat for Trana- 1 



■'atarmliig " 

The report ia tlie aubject of a dk • 
patch from Parla to the 8^lv^ dally. 
Tribune dr Oeoeve 

Maltre Jaoquea lanml, who de- 
fended Petaln three yeara ago. haa 
aaked the French Mlnkiry of Juaiice 
to take "special m^■a,^ure^. ' m view 
of Petaln'a health. Petaln torpedoed 
recent etforla to liave him ael free 
UiUng the "Comntiuee of Honor for 
the Uberalloo of Marshal Petaln 
that mere could be no queatlon of ^ 
hta accepting hU freedom ao long aa ' 
"thouaanda of men 



WIUI No Name " 

A few year* ago. when it prcoluced 
•Tl.e Houae on Wuiety-Becond 
sueet. the atory of foreign apy 
rings In the United BUtea the 
FBI ufTered mery co-operallon 
Now for a aerond time that aam>» 
co-opcraur»n liaa been eaiended 



defence pleaa In addition, ihrv 
charge that the trial waa uikuii- 
^lliutkinai alnce a’k^nhal of Frmnci 



LONDON - Mnrr llu 
sht|» of rlie m-)\al Na\> wil 
rating-. boUwoo.m* fitted with 
curtain*, shower*. wo/h-b« ’ 
rors. and indirect lighunc 



ran be Indicted only by vote of the 
French Cliamber of Deputim and 



^ When tliree love-lorn > 

R H, ROBERTNO.N « demure maiden* 

Mr. R«,bert*on becomes superm- 
lendeni for C.N R Karaioupa Dlvl- 

*ion, on auperammaUun of George/ “P hi atudy j 

A Olay. Territory cover* ONJt I 

main line between Vancouver and ® 

Jaaper, Including. Okanagan Valley opera Princest Id 

He waa formerly aMlstam *up*nn- , khmu 

lendeni of Port Arthur ^ 

Winnipeg Mr. Olay, with CNR , wrle* of Gilbert 



ire ftiU being 
kept In prison for having obeyed 
my legitimate order^. ' 

Sympathy for Peuin ha* been on 
the increaae in France of late, a 
notable example being on June 19. 
when thunderous applause greeted 
every oblique reference to the mar- 
.^hal In Gen. Charles De Oaulle'; 
speech rommeraoratlng the 32nd ^ 
anniversary of the victory at Ver- 
dun The reaction was such tha* 
the Free French leader had to de- 
part from the prepared text of hU 



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(jne of Canada* outaUnding 
|aupran(M. who will sing role of 
I ■ Kathle" oppoatie John Oarris, tn 
I Starlight llteatre'* Am production 
' ‘"nip Stndent Prince • Season will 
open lor three da>« on July 1», at. 
Royal Athletic Part Program will 
lollow with Floradora" on July 33. 
'Great Walla" on August 3. and 
"Naughty Marietta' im Augi^At S 
Ticket* for all perfonnanee.s may 
be obtained at Pletcher's .Music 
Shop 



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the role of the FBI. agent podni 
aa an onderworld charactor to ge 
iufAclent evidence to Identify th( 
gang of robbers and murderera ter 
rortung the ctij 
In the early days of 
ture*. actor* playing 
''heaviaa ' were defUilt 
for {>bscurUy. But re 
ha* been a complete ( 
attitude. Actor# like 



moUon pic-; Dane waa previewed lo Hollywood 
the roles ot'lhU week and it U a mighty pro- 
icly deattned ducUon. The aubllme beauty of 
fcenlJy there Bhakeapeare* words u given depth 
turnabout In and undemanding by careful uae of 
Edward O.ithe movie medium, 
y. Alan Ladd.| "Hamlet " may well be the fl/at 
U Mum are; non- Hollywood him to win the 
'» Hollywood Arademy's best picture award. 

* of getting Three factors r ;• 

a# mmanUc of it* chance for an Oscar A more*Afmand LaPleche as Alctde 
worthy United States Aim may lumiSouchon as Maitre Slnot. 
up. Hollywood sentiment against | Trudel a* Dr, Piquet 
^ ^ BrlUah Alms is rising and "Homlei' ,Slmon as Honorlne. 

^ ^ not be a popular favorite. 

* "Hamlci" should do belter 

’ "Henry V becau;.- u is b 

drama, based in human pase 
It l» al*o more understandable. 

The pictura ahouid do An« 
the tlmtted run. higher-priced 

•Hamlet'*' competition to i 
▼ however. Is not too formidable. 



IT IS WISE TO TAKE CAR! OP YOUR EYES 



here si Buiitface. Man. under 
I the direi'ilun of Mrs Pauline 
Br>uUl 

Original members of the cast who 
took pan in the festival production 
wUl be heard in the broadcast They 
m«y rob tlie Aim include Leo Rcmillard as Phitidor. 

. Louis 
Robert 
and Pauline 



V\ e lia\ e a -|ici ial He- 
parlmriil lor ilu- m- 
>|'CrtioM. -f-r\nT Htnl 
repair of radial. t-. 
pari an'l panel ol our 
Complete 'cr>.’!crwa\. 
I.et u* c li e f li 
railiator now fur .Sum- 
mer drmnp 



ne*L severe trembler would nil 
Ligano. 40 mhes frum Tukio. in 
Aufuei or Beptember. 

Immediately frightened towTiatolk 
began acUng as if the 'quske al- 
ready had struck 
Theatre aiiendance fell off con- 
alderably. Motion picture shows 
receipu dropped. 

Prefecture authorities took him at 
hU vrord, 



June Bruwne. a red-hatred, blue- 
^eyed coloratura soprano will add 
vocal and optical color to the 
Words and Music" program when 
ahe becomes feminine soloist on the 



loo. They laid plana to 
distribute rood and relief to the 
quake refugees. 

Police were ordered lo stand by 
for an emergency. 



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According to (iulhertson 



the art centre 

ILANSHARO ond FORT 



Nothing U more relative 
the (enn 'wirong bidding 
serve this dsal- 
Bouth. dealer. 

Neither aide vulnerable 
NORTH 

*643 

W I 5 3 3 

♦ K < 

A A 9 7 4 

WEST EAS* 

AQJI 083 A 975 
VAKJ W 10 97 

• g 6 4 J 9 5 

A 10 6 S A • 

SOUTH 

A A K 

• g 

• A 10 7 4 3 

* K Q J I 3 
The bidding : 

South West North I 

14 I A Pam P 

3 A 3 A 3 A p 

> A Pa** Pao* p 



Aa wi 4AQJxxa AKQJxx 
Obviously, there would bw two 
aces tnlMing from the combined 
, hand*, and a alam contract wduld 
; be abeurd 

South. ' instead of leaping to Ave 
I clubs, should have selxed the op- 
j portunlty for a cue bid in the oppo- 
' nenu spade suit With North 
showing enough strength for even 
his second-round action. South ' 
should. have reeUaed that he might 1 
And precisely wpat he needed for a 
slam, and lo encourage North as 
fully a* the altuatlon JustlAed. the: 
cue bid’ raiher than the leap to 
game, was vital 



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I^akeN Seamen I n.surc 

CLEVELAND. July lo lUP- i 
boat Is a small wmur craft that cai 
be hoisted aboard a ship, according 
lo a deAnltlon kmg accepted by *ew 
faring men. 

However, many aailurt on ih« 
Great Lakes prefer to call then 



an naan wiowAaa 

ReaJiWng this. Richard Widrnark. 
now playing his second gangster 
rol# In -nie Street With No Name." 
voices no objections at being typed, 
HU performance as the maniacal 
funman in * Ku* of Death," won 
him atar statu*, a nomination for 
the Academy Award and the at- 
tention of millions of movie-goen' 
throughout the country. 

Uoyd Nolan who has played 
characters on the other side of thei 
*** often aa he ha* olaved da. ^ 



As already shown. 
North could not afford u> take ac- 
tion over the Ave club Wd. but If 
South hsd 



taken the trouble to 
thow spade control. North undoubt- 
edly would have attributed greater 
value to the precise cards he held 
and would have Jumped to at least 
Ave duba. or might even have bid 
the slam on hU 



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Iv-*fna r->m«rlo Covered m • wine col<»f 
I arms and *Iu;*a-. .-•• ta- I 

nrr hu l-edfimg SPECIAL 



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In -the post-mortem South argued 
I that his own «jump from thrvw to 
Ave club* had been a very iirong 
bid. eapeclally In view of the fari 
that North had shown weaknejw by 
passing on the Am round over 
West * spade bid ThU waa true - 
the Jump to fhe ciuha was strong, 
but It was not nearly strong or xpe- 
rlAc enough for North even to think 
about 



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•'"vrage of ll months Is the 
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[From North's point of view South i 
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W on the right side of taw and 
order In “Tha street With No 
Name.- as an inspector for the 
F-B r It Was a familiar roU f/w 



A beaohitilly dvvigned. luaurK-u* oak dinrtle »uti 
rihlr. hulfet and four rhair*. all with chrome ]eg^ 
•ofity padded and aphnlstered tn vimiilaicd red 
leather. Regular IIO.IQO SPECIAL 



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lu-gjaie 

PAINT 



(! lulls and 
Societies 



Engagement of Interest Announced Today 



On lialurdiy at Victort* 

Wc»i united Church, Ret J 0< 
JeclbMK} AOlrmuUcd the m«rrU«e of 
B«U)' Durothca. orUj' daufhter of 
Mr. and Mn. U. R Uataball. 933 
AndfiaoiT atTWt. lo Albert Oeon« 
Oolrfrave. ton of Mr. and Mri. R- 
Coleirave. MO Cant* Birveu 
Bntertng the church wlUi her 
lather, the bride vua torel; m a 



At the rcfular meeanf of the Lui> 
ton Happy Valley Wooien'e Iiutuute 
to be held on July U at • pjn.. final 
plana will be made (or the country 
fair and (lover ahov on July M 
Member! are reminded to bring 
arUclea (or the ahower of gifta to be 
aeld at the*(alr. 



a ••*.4.n part) ai . 
Belmont Avenue on July li from 
3 )0 to I pm The Vktoiia Boya 
Band vtll be tn attendance atul 
there vrllJ be alalU of home coeUng. 
frulta. vegetablea. and aprona A ftah 
pond will be an attraction for the 
children Afternoon tea and a cafe- 
teria atyle aupper win be eerved 



and full net ablit from e (jueeu 
Anne headdrcji Iter fuibru.d«->cd 
veil blUuarii to the (lour ttne wure 
the grouraa gift, a double aiiiino ol 
peerU, and carried deep red : 
and white rarnattoua 
Tlie maid of honor aje t .giu 
Bellingham, gowned In blue uK^vA 
wlUi bandeau of pink and white t 
nattona. Mbw Sliella Jonr>. btia.»- 
maid, wore blue moire wiui net 
oieraklrt, matching Mary Bluar^ 
headdreaa and long blue net miita. 
Bi'ih carried pink and white car- 



Many Attend 
Laiv Dinner 



natioaa. 



Flk Lake, on Uie ground! of Bevie I brother of the grooen. gave tha 

Ride^ fhe home of MUa Minnie 

Brverldgf MIm Charlotte Hartie to .j., honeymoon wlU be apent up 
director and Mra J Ingram Smith. ^ 

u« ne-to manager while Jeraey aUk dreae with grweo 

rtni Bapttot Church. Victoria, to 

aponaoring a Dally Vacation Bible . eora^a of pink car- 

School from July 1) to 90 Mra E 'naiione 

T"° °r;I Mr. »ncl Mr,. Col^r.,. -lU 

lo V rlorl. trom Wmolpo, h- ^ 

conalderable etperlrnoe In primaryl 

c’s:Sr;n"^;;iii*.is:crrjsss:;,D^ Nervou* ■ 

win five guidance to older chUdren Ano All OH CQQCr 
The houra of the Dally Vacation People auflerinc from loee of ap- 
Bibie School will be from I tUl 11:)0, petite end run-doam eondltloo wUh 
a £71 each day aacept Saturday wad ‘tympuicM of aarva atfain often Mad 
Sunday, and the eloelng demonjira-l* nerve and general tonic. Qlyoero- 
'tlon will be held on July 10 at 7.30 with Vitamin B (1. eup- 

Pareivu are invited to aend their P 

.V. ..I elally beneficial for oonveleaccnte. 

children to 'hu echool. .k. 



Wy KliDTaat 

MISS 'XBS' ALLEN MR. D. G. SHEPARD 

An engagement of intcreet tn Baetern Canada and la Victoria U announced today, the principal being Miae Ruth Genevieve (Lee) Allen, 
daughter of Mr. and Mra. WUIlem Jamea AUan of Toronto, and Mr. Donat Caorgt (Bill) Shepard, aon of Mr. and Mra. Perry Shepard. 
"Seaward.” Ten Mila Point, fermerly of Toroaia. Wodding will ukc place la St Mery’t Church, Oak Bay. on Saturday, July 31. at 2:30 o'clock 



HTAO PARTY 

In honor of Mr. WUaon Jobeou. 
who to leaving ebortly to join the 
navy, a ciag party wta hold on 
Friday evening tt the home of Mr. 
Len Nnakee, I3M Glaegow Avenua 
Mr -* ;• waa p;; — led with a 

.shaving kit. a gift of the empluyece 
of the PPR. BC. Oowat Service 
Among thoie preaeni were Mr R 
J. BeHttie, Mr. E J. MaAh. Mr. B. 
T. McOonaugh. Mr. 8. A Digby. 
Mr. H Tyaon. Mr. R. Braiey. Mr. 
J. Yatea. Mr. 0- Olive. Mr R Tom- 
lliv.nn. Mr C. OrmUton. Mi. W. 
HUUer. Mr W Hocking. Mr L. B. 
Thompeon. Mr. R. W. Dlgby. Ur. 
O. Manhall. Mr. C. E Ireland. Mr. 
M Kirk. Mr. A. Dawta and Mr. O. 
Coatee 



and and Mn William Oalt. nee Mardee 
|trl I Dundaa, a recent bride, waa given 
otor ' recently by their aaaoelatee of the 
t I health dtparuaent, Provincial Oov- 
' enunrnt. at Cherry Bank Hotel, 
the The pretty and varied gifu wrere 
last praaomed lu dfcnraied baekcle. and 
ncer the gucau of honor aleu receiud 
uller floral coraagea About aUicen gueeU 
»nd were praaem. On behalf of the de- 
bu parunent n( health and welfare and 
*h<I the divtolofi of vlul eUtUtlca, Dr 
lb. J. A. Taylor, aaatotani to the deputy 
minister of health, preaentod a Ken- 
' wood blanket to Mtsa Acton, and 
gift of linen to Mrs. Oalt with 
liter , the good wiihea of their fellow- 
workers. 



Hig Honor the LleutFnant-Oovernor and Mrs Charleg 
A. Banks, who have been staying at the Clifton Hotel, San 
Francisco, for the past three weeks are expected to return' 
to Government House this morning. During the Ueuten-, 
ant'Governor’s absence from the province, Hon Chief Jus-, 
tlce Gordon McG. Sloan has been acting as administrator. ' 



ANrieST CLAIM 
Prchlitoric Pueblo Indiana laid 
rialm to New Mexican landa l<mg 
before the advant of tha Navajo and 
Apwcha. 



Mr% Fl<jra O. C. Palion, Joan 
Creaceiii. to vtolUng Mr and Mra. 
J. E. Hyde at Boundary Bay. 



Or aod Mra. J. L Durand of 
Seattle are gueAia at the Priory 
Oueet Hnuee. Pemberton Road 



Mis. PresUm Locke of Paaadena, 
Calif to a guaal at Uia Priory Houae 
prior to moving into her new Sum- 
mer home. 



TIP rOE rAKE-MAKBim 
One cup of .>ugar and onc-half 
cup of whlU aynip can aarva In 
place of I 1-3 cupa of sugar when 
making white cake. 



(ROTIIERb— Hll.EINbON I 

A pratty wedding wwa lolammiad in 
BL John'a Church. Cobble Hill, re- 
cenUy. Rev. C. M WlUla offldaUng 
when Joan Pay, yuungeai daughtet 
of Mr. and Mr*. T. WUklnaon be- 
came the bride of Steve, aecond aon 
of Mr. and Mra. W. Crothera. TTie 
(air-halrad bil/le. given away by htr 
father, wore a ault of Peralan grey 
with navy and grey accaaeoiiaa and 
corwage of gardenia* and pink roaaa. 
She wa* attended by her atoter. Mra 
8. Miller, wearing a beige auit with 
Vermillion acceasorlea, and corewge 
of pink and white carnaUotu. Mr 
Savoy Neiaon acUd at beat man. 
During the algning of the rtgi.<iter, 
Mra. J Blytli lang, 'T U Walk Be- 
irte You." and Mr. Paid Mlchelln 
.ilayed the wedding music. A recep- 
tion waa held at tha home of U>e 
biidr'a narenu. Mr. WUllam Bell 
proposed the toaet to tha bride After 
a honeym<v^n trip Up-Ialand, Iht 
young couple will make tlieir home 
In Cobble Hill. Vic'ona gtieaia in- 
cluded Mr and Mra. Savoy Neljmn, 
Mr«, McCartney. Mr*. Smith, Mr., 
and Mrs. Rtoeley, and Mr Shrimp- 
ion. Mr. and Mra. Oouglaa Bruce 
and Sandra, Vancouver, and from 
Saakaioon, Mra. 8 Miller with Mar- 
garet and Bobby. 



Mr. and Mr» Felix Wormeer with 
Ihalr daughter. Mia* Diane Worm- 
aer, of N-w York, are aia>lng at 
the Priorv Oueat K m*e. 



JUST ARRIVED. 

DIRECT FROM IRELAND 



'* Rue«u at the Priory Oueal Among Viclorlana auying at Ac- .year, and during the peat two 

acta Oueal Home. Bhawnlgan Lake, monlhe haa been traveling In the 
art Mra. ■ Moult. Mra. E A. Evan* I United Statea and Canada before 
Mra. A J. Pritchard, of Kelowna, and Mra. Bell with her aon. War- irwtumlng to Iraland. She will aail 
w arrived in Victoria to >pend rrn. from New York for Southampton 

iree week* at the Cherry Bank * * * early In Augual. 

Mn. Georgina MatoonvUle. of Ket- 

. . . >«na. after being a gueat at the, Oul-nf-U>wn gue*ia at the wed- 

Mr. and Mn. H A. Raeeman of Georgia Hotel Vancouver, will apend ding of Mto* Dorto Oawaey to Mr 
•nolulu. Hawaii, are among the two monUto In Victoria with her a. R. M'xxly on Saturday e\-ittnc 
tr*te etaylng at <ha Acacia Oueal | broi her and deter-ln-law Mr and «t.rr Mr and Mra, J. A. Ford ant 

Mtoa Joan Ford North Vancouver. 
Mr. H. Cawoey. Vancuuvar. Miaa 
Anne Otbaon. Mr. Oeorga Clbaon. 
Statue, Mr Fettr Chandler. Mr. 
and Mra N. La Forge, all of Cour- 
tenay. Mr. and Mn. George Grim- 



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Oxforda 

• White Walking 
Boots 

* Firet-Step Boots 

• White Straps 



cfigAM *no •UiiAft errs cun and oAUitna 
eLATas rn. 



VACATION 

TOGS 



Todny^A Pattern 



Outfit the Inddica for plenty 
of lu'i uniter the sun . . • 
Our stock is replete with sun 
overalls, btihing sums, 
snn hale, eatlor suita, sun 
dre««ee, ei< 

• Bov*’ Sierv — 

Infants to I yesrs 

Girls’ Sisea— 

Inftnis lo 14 years 



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Mias Ulnnla Beveridge. Mlaa Mar- 
jorie Fraas and Mrs. Madga Hall 
art leavini UUe morning by {fUn* 
(or Regina to attend the convention 
of the Canadian Fedaraiion of Bu*i> 
Profaaalonal 



Women X 



nnaa 

Clube. 



J HIGHEST QUALITY 
' HAND-WOVEN 



Mr. Philip Poape haa arrived In 
Victoria from Bianetead. Quebec, to 
>oln hlB wife who to ateylng with 
her parent*. Dr. and Mra. Thomaa 



A double ahower honoring Mlaa 
Audrey Arton, a July bride-elect. 



Harris Tweed 



GIVE YOUR HOME 



J. J. 4 or 5 f'lKL’ES 
KXSmo.NKD HY I»47 ROCKRS. 
.MuRTUN-l’AKKKk. WM A Kim.krj, 



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COLOR 



Kenton Jenellers 

6S3 YATBS STREET (Next lo Dominion Bank) E 5521 



immcdiaiciy you **« ih>« latest shipment of Harris 
Tweed 0>ata. yuu1l reci>gmie a new glamour about 
them, and you'll ravel in the hrautifal arra' of new 
color*. 

Though (rue to the tradtlMO of thi* lamou* cloth. theK 
coals, ever ae taatefuliy Dared, have a new atyUng about 
them . . . Balmacan aod Rewre modcla maW up lh(* 
grand coUeciion of (he higheat goalily hand-woven 
Hama Tweed coaU. 

The glortous color array inctudea: Raapbtrry, Gold, 
Cherry. Pink Mia. Blue Mr*. Green Mix. Grey Mix. 
Oxfoed Grey. Continental Grccu, Herixun Bine and 
Origiaai Harrie Browa 



Our foctory-trgined exptru c«n put your 
old machine in new condition at a aur- 
prittngly low coat. Whether it it only 
a check-up and oil change or a complete 
rebuild, our Service Department, with 
iti complete atock ol l{enuine factory 
replacement perta, ia fully equipped tc 
handle the ^b. 

ALL tfATTY AFFtlAHClS RIFAIRfP 

Phene G 1111 Aak for "Servka'* 



In apNo of row motorial abortafoa, tho 

quality of Flo-glase Paint haa bow 
rigidly mointatnad Ifa true o co oo ra y 
to buy Flo-flate bocouao it cowora moro 
•uHoco por gollOQ. loota loogcr^woo 
you tho iowoot eoec por yoor ewor ifao 
Ufa of tha paint. ' 

Aak ua about this tttrtfty top-quality 
pome reo da to gioo your bosao gdua 
protoctieo aod tarttog bwuty. 



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lell-kmivwi Siugrr Marrie 4 l in \rn York 



Business and Professional 
Convention to Be Held in K< 



White the revUter wm . beinf .tn *hUe tulle. Mr. Mertln Ortm 



/iriV/<> 11 cars 



PR.^rnCAL JOKPHTClUt 



omen s 



RCOINA C9 -PW ymn A J. 
Thompeon. Reelne* kMleUnt poet* 
meeUr. cttmplelned about the tnXAe 
UghU and polke whletlea Wowtng 
on a bu^y mtenection beneath hla 
window Bo when ho raiirod mem- 
bcTB of the Btan ngged up a mini- 
lace-cowad table, lighted by white dema conage almr traffic llghi on hu daak and 

candlea In diver bolder*, wai oen- Ur. and Un. Mood> vUI return sounded pnlti^ whlitiea all through 
Ired by the three-tiered cake bedded to Victoria to Uvo the leave-taking cernnomea 



"ina 



The cleveuth bliauual coovenUoti 
of the Canadian FederaUon of Bual- 
oeaa and Profcaalunal Wotnen'i 
Cluba will be held in Reg liu. Saak , 
from July 13 to Ift Oelegai^ at- 
icndlng from Vtetona include Mlaa 
Ulnnic davertdge. prcaldeni. UlAi 
Mar)orie Preaa. presUdent-elact. and 
Mra Madge Hall. 

At the opening aeaalon of ih* 
• - : ventlon on TuaiMjay morning to 
be held in the Hotel Baakatcliewan. 
Mn Haii and Mn J. K. Ahem of 



At a double rug caadlcUgtU oera- aUted by Mn Cawaey and Mra quoUo gabardine euit wtth belan 
many perlonned b>- Rev. Hugh A. Moody, weicomad the gueau itand- dago, euade aheea and purae. pepper 
UiXeod at nrai United Church, on ^ before a decorated archway. Tha relnt-plnk "accenorlM and a gar 
Saturday aveiiUtg. Dorts EL»le. elder 
daughter of Mra A Caar»e> , 3S0V 
Prior Street, became the bride of 
Albert fUymoud Moody, etcat eon 
of Mrv Lucy Moody of oourtenay 



the International Federatlcm of w*ore a 



edged ileevea and full aklrt wtth 
buelie 



Her finger tip rail wae ar 

^ I Iklt14kt*t*lkl.4;' under a ooronet of atarched 

ail4l 1 Ullllfl 1 If TT inet peuU- A ruby pendant, with 

matching earrtnga, tl» gift of the 
np. popovera, atrawberry jam. cof- ^ ^ ^ 

Iroaes and white ewcat peae. eom- 
LUNCKEON: Tomato and pine* pieted Imt ooatume 
apple aalad. nayonaUe, clover rolla . The attendanU were Mlaa Bdna 
chocolate nut cooklc».n«a. | Cawaey. aiater of the bride, and 

DINNER, Cream of oelery eoup iMlaa Dor6thy Marr, weaiin# period 
cold roaat pork, brown gravy. Mcal-jrovnf of champagne and aaa-aqua 
loped poiatoea. Uma baaiu, aunahinc faaUn raapeouvaly Both had eortmeta 
aalad. French drcaalng. rad cherry and long mltU to match their 
pie. coffee drvaaea and carried mauve awaat 

pea* and Taliaman roMa. 

TOMATO A.NOFlNE.AFPLEbALAD, Don. Moodj. aUter Of the grooir 
FourUmat^..llcrtl; Icupplne-;^„ bcldeamald. f rocked ir 

apple, ahredded, V cup mil meaia,,»hae aheer with bandeau of paaie! 
broken; I cup mayonaUe. Arrange , ^ . 
tomato .lice, on We 

pineapple on each allce, aprtnkle «# L . 

!nth nuu ChUl oamlah 

mavoneiee. Bervea aix people ' L>uotM>t in h h ^ * Colonial 

bouquet In ahadea of oink w**> 

Kin f HlBBY m 

Three cupa aour chcrriea, 1 cup I The beat man was Mr Peter 
augar. I tabkfpooD comatarch, Sichandler. and Mr Ned Alexander 
Ubleapoocu butur. paatry. Stir the and Mr Maurice Rltchla uah«.d ' 



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BREAKFABT' Cantaloupaa, wheat 
cereal, top milk, ham omelet, hot 
com mufflni. coffee 
DINNER; Frcah fruit cup. roaat 
totn of pork, brown gravy, whipped 
potatoee. carrots and peas, onion 
and cucumber salad.. French drees* 
Ing, strawberry abortcake, coffee 
SUPPER Aaaorted sandwiches, 
plcklei. olivet, watermelon, walnut 
cake, tea 



ONION AND CUCUMBER bAl.AD 
Cut thin onion rirclee and put In 
a bow] that has been rubbed with 
garllr. Add cucumber aUcm and toae 
together. Serva with a sour 



cream 

grewiiig made with N cup of w>ut 
cream. ■« cup vinegar. 1 teaxpoon ol 
sugar, salt, and pepper to taste 
Serve very cold. 

WALNUT fAEt 

YoUu of 3 eggs. 1 cup of sugar. 4 
tablMpoona ahortenlng, 3 cupa of 
flour, i t ea s p oon, baking powdtr. '» 
cup of wmlouca ehf»pped fine Mix 
thaae IngradlenU carefully and 
thoroughly, fold ta the beaten white 
of 1 egg and keep the other for 
IclnB Bake In a modtrate »M degrar 
oven for about II siinuta*. 

Cover the cake, while wwrm. with 
a plain water lelDg made from 1 
cup powdered sugar. 1 teaepoon 
cocoa, mixed with enough water to 
make a paste. Spread on rake, mi 
aside to harden before adding oma* 
mental icing. To make the decora* 
Uon Icing use 1 egg-white, l cup 
teaspncH) 



— Jamaa Abraach Fbetn 
I George W Moger of Hampton. Vlr* 
iglma, and tha lata Mra Moger. He 
!u a graduate of the Unlvarally of 
I Virginia and served with the RCA P. 
during the war. 

A grvy handkarehlaf tinan 
tailored suit and a large white straw 
hat, swathed In whUa vafllng. grey 
itntn ahoaa, whiu gloves and bag. 
arare chnaen by tha brlda, who was 
unattended 

After «pei\41ng a lew days at Re- 
hoboth Beach. Delaware. Mr and 
Mr» Moger motored to Washington. | 
DC, shere they are residing ati 
3S;4— 27th Btreat. N W < 



O F wide tniercat here la the an- 
nouncement of tha marriage of 
Frances Amelia • Tommy ■ Dutton, 
and Mr. Elwo<id FranrU Moger, 
which took place at Bt Thomaa 
Ohurrh. 6th Avenue. New York, on 
June II wtth Rev RoaUf K. Brooks. 
D.D, offlrUtlng. 

The bride, who la the only daugh- 
ter of Mr and Mrs T. A Dutton. 
Oowlchan Btatloo. VI, la well 
known tn mnalral tirelea tn Virtcm 
and has been aiudylng singing In 
New York for the past few yeara | 
The groom la the only son of Mr , 



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run without a break any actor has 
ever had In an American play 



confectioner a sugar, 
cream of tartwr. Place the sugar tn 
deep, round bowl Mix well, to make 
very smooth so it will press through 
icing lube. Add the while of egi 



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In Danish Display 

NEW YOKE. July 10 «F^.»Thare'a 
nothing mttan In tha ataie of Den- 
mark when It comas to making atl- 
verwsra. 

Danish architect, and KUiplori 
work closely with the enuotrya 
famous allversmllhs. Tha results, on 
display hart, are functional plicaa 
that are aimpla In daalgn and frlc 
of omamantatloci- 

''Claule.'* one pattern fur spoons, 
forks and knives, wu dejUgtird by 



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A meat knife has an especially 
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Ing rutting 

Herlov, anuther architect, strives 
for efficiency as well as attractive* 
nsaa The handles ot hla sliver pit- 
ehtra are wrapped in bamboo for In- 
lulaiion and the spout of hU coffee 
aerver has been engineered to elim- 
inate dripping HU candle-holders 
have bowl-ahaped eUnda da«p 
enough to bold water In which fresh 
flowers can be placed. 

The old Danish custom of using 
sparisl fponne and forks at ChrUt*; 
mas U a profitable one for silver* 
■nlths. H NIU* oollecUon of these | 
Ineludr several early patterns which 
combine gold, enamel and silver tO| 
add a feaUvt touch to tha Yukilda 
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Avoid fatigua with plenty of qugliiy sleep. Fewer hours 
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of greater benefit than more hours of sleep on worn-out 
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Uon convention here got a praailral 
demoTwtratton of how It’s done. The 
Burkbumett Volunteer Fire Depart- 
ment put the fire out as 160 vtatUng 
firemen lonkad on and cheered. 






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u)nm to &Uo* for exponskin dtu-' 



V* anfl Sahul l\ itii Ham 



n^emen 



aftrr poclUnt If the food Is to be 
frusen and etored In a tocker plant. 
:plac« eacb container, a* It la packed. 
,ln rcfrlierator or very cold place 
until all arc prepared, then take to 
locker plant without delay 



MlM Margaret Oambla, a 'luly 
bnde-^leet. waa gueai of honor when 
Mra. O. Storey. Southgate Street, 
enterumed at a mlaccUaneoua 
ahower on Wediieaday evening. The 
gueet* were Mra G. B Oambte. 
Mn McCarthy. Mra. » Richard* 
•on. Mre C. Rictiardaon. Mra. Mur- 
ray Mra. U Stewart, Mra. W Maw* 
hinney. Mra D Creech. Mra. O 
Ford. Mre H Sheppard. Mre C 
Pendray. Mra. J Gentry and Mbee* 
E. RalUbury. D Pendray and N 
Murray 



than frrah meau Haja aiiiJiftk?-'’! 
or cold allced hani arc almoet atan*l 
dard fare lor plrnlca. A whole ham! 
U a goud buy (or (tie larger lamlly 
tMJl may be a linrury for a arealler 
group 

The family of two or three may 
buy a allce from the large end. or 
perhape a two or three*pound butt 
end. A cottage roll or a picnic ham 
U a goud choice for the unall family. 



jatand 10 to 12 houra. Remove and 
etore. 

To freeer faepbeme* 

ChooM hrm. fully npe bemee 
^Pick them over and wanh, only If 
Inei'raaaO' Pack whole m a cold, 
|moderately*U)in eyrup «1 cup tugar 
|u> l'< cup.H water' to cover or in 
idry sugar, ualng 6 Iba fruit 'abou: 
16 cup*' to 1 lb augar <2 cupa* 



Oran|emen in Victoria will cele- 
brate the *'01orloua Twelfth" Mon- 
day night with a dumer In the 
Orange Hall. 72& Courtney Street, 
Dinner will be attended by IM 
Oraniemen. moat of whom began 
ceV>braUona yesterday when they 
met Nanaimo Orangemen at a plc- 
tuc at Ouiiran. Many Victoria men 



Oregon Damage 
Saici Higher 



PORTLAND. July lb-Pl«**d dam* 
{c in the North Portland area le 



In honor of MIm BarlMra Beau 



Tlieae are ham* 



earlier. li aas announced lonlghi ^ 
I Red CroM workers, helping re*. 
,liablllta(e famillea. tald homes that 
;werc believed only alighlly 
Imuat be virtually rebuilt. Scores lpul{ 
‘holes punched In (heir walla by! 
floating debris Many floated from 
foundations, twisting walls and 
buckling floors. 

In the mUe-aquare silt and waler- 
|kOgged sector that once waa home to 
Vanport reeldenta tliere are 
|frw of the multlplr-apartmeni units 
isUU erect There were some 800 big 
'frame buildings when (he flood 
'o'ruc!: May 30 Scores of automobiles 
were lo«r in Vanport. Their mud- 
jhiirlert hodtee are being located a* 
‘the water rec'edee 



satiafactorlly than uihers, you 
should ask your Provincial Depart- 
ment of Agriculture for the vanetles 
they recommend 

A headspace of at least 'i inch 
Ishuuid be left at top of all con- 



nurried to Mr Henry OUen of Oak 
Bay next SaUtrday. Mrs E Oaks 
and Mrs A. O Bannerman enter- 
tained at a mUcellaneou* shower 
at the home of the latter on Stellya 
Cross Road recwnily OuesU in- 
cluded Mrs. D K Beaumoj<4 Mrs 
Austin Gale, .Mrs. J J Young. Mrs. 
L. Hafer. Mrs K Sianlay. Mrs B 
Byers. Mrs. C 
Tanner, 



ever the cure is the same as lor ham. 
an alien cooked, the dlffergnce la 



Monday. 

Sunday. Loyal Orange D>dgea of 
the district wtU attend 11 am. arrv^ 
tcea at Central Bapltsi Church 
where Rev. J. B. Rowell will con- 
duct the service. Oihera will attend 
Andrew's 



Boiled ham or shoulder is s good 
•tandby. served hot or cold. Wheni 
the piece Is esten down to Ute end I 
and will not allce nicely, tliere are' 
many ways in which those last de- 
licious moraels may be used to ad- 
vamagr.« 

The home econumuu of the con- 
sumer section. OomlnJon Dei>art- 
meni of Agrtculture. suggeat a few 
HAM HOt'FFhE 
2 tableaprmts fat 

1 teaspoon chopped nnion 

2 tablesponns flmir 
'• teaspoon paprika 

2 cufls milk 
*7 cup bread enimbs 

3 cups coT'ked hgf^i. chopped 
1 egg yolk, beaten 
1 egg white, suffly beaten 
Melt fat. add onion and cook 

slowly 2 minute* Blend tn flour snd 
paprika and continue conking 1 
minutes Stir in milk and bring lol 
boil. Pour over bread crumbs. Add' 
ham and beaten egg yolk Cooli 
slightly. Fold In beaten egg whites, 
pour Into a greased baking dish 
Set in a pan of hot water oven-poacb 
In a alow oven MOoP., for 1 hour 
looking, the pretUeM of make-up yield: Six Servinga. 

Not in a blue moon baa a young'and Um loveliest perfume you can ham SALAD , 
rl had so wonderful an opportu- And and afford! 



evening services at 8t 
Prwhyterlan Church. 



FipltihouM' 



BLl I.BIHD HALTH MAILS 
MILWAUKEE. Wts tUP)— A blue- 
bird •Hlahllalied a home in the mall- 
bna of the Harold Lemke family 
here. DntU the eggs are hatched and 
the young fly off. the Lemkea miut 
walk to their netghbor's to pick up 
their mall Tlie mailman won’t 
bother Ute bluebirds. 



Knott, 



Robinson 



Shade. Mrs C Slugfet. Mrs O 
Hlugget. Mrs Tliomiwoii. Mi*. M 
Welt. Mrs. I>ouglas Beaumont, Mrs 
B Oak.-*. Mr- O Oaks. Mr* Sey- 
mour Mrs M Haslotk. Mrs T 
Cranipt«m. Mrs Jones. Mfs Spooner, 
fir . Mr*. A Oxley. Mr*. Spooner. Jr . 
Mr Spooner of Albeml and Mlumu. 
The* Toblnaon. Dorothy Thompstm 
F. Colter and A Reeve 



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E.NlfKTAIN AT MfOWI.B 
Mr and Mrs W H Ward enter- 
tained at a ahower recently In honor 
of Mr and Mrs Ormond Green who 
weer married recenUy. The gift* 
were presented to the bride in a 
basket decorated In mauve and yel- 
low OueaU included Mr and Mr* J 
Starkey. Mr. and Mrs F. Starkey 
Mr and Mrs A. Hick*. Mr. and Mrs 
B Chandler. Mr and Mra. D Payne. 
Mr and Mr*. F. Oak. Mrs. P. Star- 
kej , Mrs. L. Ward. MU* L Siepbeo- 
son. MU* Marjorie Hlcka and Mr 
M SUrkey. 



'I 'HE engagement la anttouruied ol| 
1 Marguerite Alice Auchterlonle. 
eldest daughter of Mr* T Newn- 
ham, 306 Huntingdon Place, and 
the laU Mr R H. Auchterlonle. to 
Mr Harry John Herbert *Jack' 



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2 cup* diced cooked ham, tongue 
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I 3 hard-cooked eggi. chopped 

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From 



beauty. 

Put aside your bard, sophuucaled 
manner • 

to develop one' ai.d take on all the 
pretty graces of romantic belle* of 
novels and movie*’ Your brain U 
Just a* keen as U always was, but 
you do not let your »oui know it. 

Ivuur wiles wlU be, or should be. 
most beguiling. Your make-up and 
dreas, soft and pleasing. 

The ta&lilon designers challenge 
us. Even If your budget allows only 
a new cotton akirt and blouse. both|l>^rrlea 
can be lovely and dainty and make^ Waal 
a new beauty out of you. jsealeri 

' What fun to see the old you dU-j'*'* 

appear and a new one form. '?***;* 

I Seal C' 

' Gone are the fnasy heads, skinny 

I figures, envious make-up, brash 
I manners. . .nrMivh 



canned peas 



Hr , <>T i.*or:t. anc •* de IM Wc aaxt you 
tn ht eroutf ot your nnia ««r* of (*olr 

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The angagement is announced of 
Margaret Joan i Peggy*, only daugh- 
ter of Mrs Oartntde E. Butterfield. 
1231 Oecar Street, and the late Mr. 
Frederick Butterfield, to Oeorie 
Frank OUver Dyson. ShipwrtghU 
RCN. elder son of Mr. and Mr*. 
Oliver W. Dyson, 3170 Mlllgrove' 
Street. The wedding will lake place 



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PEOPLE IN THIS TOWN 



GLIUEd FAIR 

Oolwood Otrl Guides recenUy held 
a fair tn Colwood Community Hall 
at which the sum of |40 was realised 
Proceeds will be used to send six girls 
U> Ute Girl Guide ramp at Sooke and 
aid the British Columbia Flood Bn- 
ergency Fund. 

There were many attractions In- 
cluding games, stalls and refreah- 
menU. Mrs J. Blngway was in charge 
of the affair asstsied by Mr*. T. Price 
and Mrs L Futrher. 



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Mr. and Mrs. George Saul. 3137 
Spring Road, wish lo announce the 
engagement of their second daugh- 
ter. Margaret EUaabeth Ann 'Peggyi 
Webb, to Mr. Alfred Edward Uoford. 
second son of Mr* Katherine Lin- 
ford. 376 Annie Street, and the late 
Mi Unlnrd. The wedding wlU take 
place Augiut 3. 1648. at 6 pm. at 
Metropolitan United Church. Vlc- 
torta 



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Wl LIVE LONGER 
AMHERST. Maia IU8> ^Ufe ex-, 
pectancy has increased 16 years since, 
1900. according to Dr. Ira V. Hisrt<k| 
of Yale University. He told a healthij 
meeting here tha' despite advatHe*!. 
1TI heaiU). 7.000.000 persons are keplj 
from their Inb* dally by 'emporary , 
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Mr. and Mrs H C MlUhouse. 26ka 
Currie Road, announce the engage- 
ment of their youngest daughter. 
Alma Ruth. U> Mr. Robert Bales, 
youngest son of Mr and Mri-. O F 
Bales. 1835 Qusmirhan Avenue, the 
wedding to take place at Glad Tid- 
ings Tabernacle on August k at 7.30 
pm 



Jt'NtOR TO <TT1 ('U:RK 
TORONTO <P‘ George Albert 
Weale 63, recently appointed T(^ 
Tonto city clerk, suned in office- 
boy ranks at rtty hall 37 yeani ago 
One of hts dutle* will be iMipervia- 
Ing civic elections 'if a ballot 



Mr*. Alan Lancelot Hall, the for- 
mer Margaret Elirabeth Ord, daugh- 
ter of Mr and Mr* Edward Ord. 
whose mamage took place recanUy 
at St. Andrew's Prcabyierlan 
Church. The groom la the son of 
Mrs. M Hall and the late Mr L 
Hall. 



Mr and Mi* Oectl Lynn Rosa.' 
1001 HUlalde Avenue, announce the 
engagement qf Mis* Jean Adelaide 
Knnwie* to Mr. Alexander W'alker. 
*nn of Mr. and Mrs Jama* Walker. 
310 Beechwrtod Avenue. TYte mar- 
nagf WlU take place at First United 
Church August 6, 1641 



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Remove * all moth Urvat 
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Scutney-iManson leddin|; 



bedding Take> Place at tentnmial lulled 



lor n«’.>on«I (Simml(i««auui 



Fourth H in 



A motion to drclarr C»li{orul» 
dektoiM 100 per c«iU for Prr»ident 
Tniman felM when It «ni with- 
dm nil under n pitrllamentnnr ber> 
r*fe. 

ItuiMCteU, eUleel »ou ol the Ute 
Preeldem. ctme under Are for whet 
w number ol delegeiee cunclderrd 
hie repudiwtkm ol CwliionUe's 
pledged lupport ol Mr. Trumwo. 



Shakes Critics 



"ineer 



BALA, Ont. July 10 Cf). — One 
mwQ vwi killed wnd two others were 
•ertouely Injured lodejr when nn oU 
•tipply reoMl exploded In this 
Oeorftwn Bey city. 

Deed U Engineer Herrcy Com- 
Duuident of Bale. Injured were 
Capt. Alvin Croueher. Brarebridte. 
Ont. end Carl Ooodall. Parry Sound 
trurk driver. Hospital auihnrium 
dcacrlbed their condition aa "juat 
falr- 



he said. • Ill flee my ahare ol tha 
washer bara to the dub. Juat as I 
did the others '' 

In past carnivals Mr. Yount lias 
flven three relrlgeratora, all won on 
the hole'|jn*<»ne conteaU back to the 
chib. This year he also turned In 
to them the MS In cash piiaes that 
he won. 

He has scored all his ares — a total 
of seven, in five years— with hla own 
number five Iron. Other contestants 
u*e clubs that give higher elevation 

With the exception of last i-ear, 
be has woo the grand prlae every 
year alnce 1M4. ! 



fh7jM Flatware Sets 



MusBoaaiue occurred about noon 
when gasoline was being loaded 
from Ooodall'a truck. 

Fire broke out on the vea^t end 
two expioAlona occurred before fire- 
men could reech the dockside 



IS4T aouane wm fux>BRs a 

BON stHi COMMUMITV PLATB 

esit«rt« Inriuil* 

Rem»mbr»i>«« Uariiins Bisr, 
L^dr HsbUiou snd CiSuiMM 



jaWBLAY 

III* uma HHoe o. aeaMm a 
roar araarr aNtaAiica 
Me roar seen 



Ono-Srput 

Paper Sold U 

In Oklahoma 

OKLAHOMA CITY. July 10 UP).~ . 

The words are but the % 

fragrance Ungers oa. 

the plight The OaUy 
Oklahoman it Tlmaa here alter they 
cheerfully dumped 4S pounds of 
Mocentrated essence their 

pressee 

s gag lingo Into 

a department ad-' 

vertUement for a perfume. ' 

They pulled that ad out yaster- ; 
day. but thtngs are stui under thej 

speU. Four morning and evening **’4 Mrs Murray Norman Scotney pit 
laeuee have gone by. and the com- which looli place recently in the Bishop's 
pan} la still getting out one-aeent' bride U the former Mary Helen Mansoi 
editions. 

"Where we made our misiakc,' i 
one rueful and redolent preasman' 
saM. "was In pouring that stuff intoj 
ths main Ink fountain. We should 
have used a little r>ne made for< 
colored ink. 

*1 bad to let my srife anwU one 
of thOM papen before she'd let mei 
In.** he added, ae the rrowd edged 
away. 



M M i«-ei»»p r*u 
SSS TS U S«S II 

InctuCIna C*SU.«l <K0 LMSUtr Tst< 



BELL 

PIANOS 



Polio Closes 
Alberta Area 



EDMONTON. July 10 <F> — WHh 
the report today of the eighth case 
of pohomyelius within six weeks in 
the Lac file. Anne munlclpabl>, Sft 
miles northweai of here, the Alberta 
Oovernroent health authorlUes have 
placed a ban on public gathering of 
young people in that area 
The ban will sflect aB 
under II years of age 
The Lac Ste Anne caj 
brings lo 34 the total number of 
polio rases in Alberta thu rear 
Meanwhile, In the Peace River 
district of British Columbia three 
new rases reported todav hrousht 



A Combmanon ol Style 
and Quality 



lour pifkCiil puno liken 
sv part payment, lerm* 
arranged on halanre 



— CMs»e«u MtiSie 

Thorbum Is the former PhylUa Marie 
"Bherry"’ Bayllai. daughter of Mr 
and Mrs. William A. Bayllas, 346 
Foul Bay Road, while the groom la 
the eon of Mr and Mrs Robert 
Thorbum. 1S64 Harrison Street 



M r and Mrs. David D Thor- 
bum were married at Centen- 
nial Dnited Church recently, and 
afiar spending a honeymoon in Van- 
couver and Seattle, thev have re- 
turned to reside in Victoria Mrs 



persons 



RECONDITIONID flANOS 



f a very Ime ^rleciion, all thorough^ o%erhaulrd and 
guaranteed for h%e vrar» lernir arranired 

“Wa Sell for Less Because W# Sell More” 

5ole .Agent* for Bell and W ilium* I‘t.4ii.»s 



letter read 



I want to help Aght 
Ijuvenile delinquency because I love 
^children — klndneas and petup^ 
and afTecuonate understanding are 
what children need. 

' "We should never make a promise 
(o a child we don’t Intend to keep. 
Their faith In us Is soon gone.** 



i n on i n m 
II Oman Says 
Bat She Does 



74S VIEW STREET 



PHONE Q 2612 



lutlon passed at a recent meeUng 
of the k>ca] union here Members 
expreaaed dlssatufacUoo with prog- 
'ress being made in curraul union- 
.management negoUaUons. 

I Meanwhile. I.WA. offlclaU In 
I Vancouver rejected an 11 -cent wage 
I offer which would have affected 
40.000 lumber and logging-camp 
I workers. 

Stuart Research, spokesman for 
I the operators, said they will not 
make another wage offer until union 
demands 



SHENANDOAH, la.. July 10 uP).— 
**I know that 1 won't win because 
!no one ever wins who needs the 
ipiixe." Mrs Beasle Lawrence said 
today 30 mlnutea before ahe was 
lannounred winner of a 130 000 radio 
jackpot 

The 54-year-old wife of an un- 
employed nursery worker and car- 
penter wrote the letter Judged the 
best in a contest 

Mr*. Lawrence, married for 36 



Russian Party 



TELEPHONE 

E2513 



NEW YORK. July 10 iFi-The 
. Comlnform has singled out the 
Communist Party In Russia as a 
model of organlutton to be emu- 
lated by other Communist partim 
throughout the world. 

'Hie Chmmunlst Information 
Bureau. International Communist 
agency. bIk) warned all Communlat 
partlea to tighten their ranks and 
iconfonn to 'Marxist- Leninist or- 
' garUaaUonaJ principles ** 

Its statement was published today 
In The Sunday Worker, week-end, 
edition of the New York CommunMi i 
organ. The Daily Worker, under the 
headlltve. "The Test of a Communist 
Party.- 

The paper said the Comlnlorm 
sutement waa flrat published In the 
information bureau's newspaper on 
June 1 in Belgrade 



Harold S. Timberlake 

OPTOMETRIST 

HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY 



closed shop are 

dropped. 

The union refused to let the Usuc 
ol the cloeed shop go to arbitration 
unless all conicntloua points. iiKlud- 
Ing wage increases, were settled. 
They wish to have the closed shop 
arbitrated while cuntltiulng to bar- 
gain oo other demands 
Meetlnga will be resumed Tues- 
day. It was reported, and an early 
settlement Is expected. 



Speclai'ular Skirl 



APPOINTMENTS; 9 lo S 



COLLE01AN8 FOR ERP 
SCHENECTADY. N.Y. tOJ».).— 
Union College says Its alumni are 
overwhelmingly In favor of the 
Marshall Plan ,for aid to Europe. 
Seventy-eight per cent of the re- 
from 3.000 former 



LEGAL DISTINCTION 
An Inn, which provides lodging 
lor travelers, is distinguished in 
BrtUah law from a tavern which is 
"an alehouse and victualling house 
combined. " 



piles received 
students favored the plan. 11 per 
cent were opposed and II per cent 
neutral. 



DRESSES • COATS 
SUITS • MILLINERY 
LINGERIE • HOSIERY 



727 

YATIS ST 



No Intern' 



N« rarryinf 



Yards and yards of yam-dyed taffeta want into the epectatuUr ekirt 
of this gr^ioue cocktsil-dbmcr dreee. s Thelma Ooldstefn original. The 
Pall creetMHi has full puth-up sleeves end s graceful toll collar, erith a 
row of covered buttons marching down the bodice. The eel! belt flea 
in • bow at the waist. 



GOLDEN PHEASANT 

WHITE BUCK SUNG, 4 Af 

WEDGE HEEL. PLATFORM * ^ 



Roly on Now Method for Hm bri9htott, aofoat dry 
cloonirif in town. Ivon yowr dointioet fobHca oro cem- 
plotoly aofo wHh oor fomeui Sonftono gygfom. AND 
RE^E^RER . . . you con obtein oil tho aofofiierdt ol 
tbit wondorfwl procoM of no oxtro coat only by aondinf 
yoor clothoa to NEW MrTHOD, Vktorlo'g Soto ond 



SHOE STORE 
Jot WoUh 



717 PORT 



FOR YOUR SUMMER CAMP 
OR YOUR HOME— 



A WIDE SELECTION OF 
FIRST-RATE 

WOOD AND COAL RANGES 

OIL RANGES ARE 
NOW HERE 



FUR COAT 



• REMODELED 

AND 

REPAIRED 

TAKE AOVANTAOE OP OUR 
IPKCIAL 8UMM^ PRICKS 



AND AGENCIES 

715 VIEW ST 

PBone B ««13 ~ BS 119 ^ 



VICTORIA FUR 



IIY CLEAIEIS 





1 



12 



'i HK DMI.Y COI,OMST. VICTORIA. B.C., SI NDAV. IL'l.V 11. 1048 




Donate School Total of 2 1 B.C. Forest F 



^ fatlnr Forecasts 



ancoiiver 



Arthritis Cure 



Site on Coast Still Kiirniii" at Fnd of eek 

UCLUELET. July 10 — E>otullun Nr, n,,* forv^ Arc* wrir r*conl«li elude* til Vtneouver Ultud 
of » site for the protxwed new yetlerdty for the flni lUne in treti«i liinmc 

Uclutlei Uctiooi by the Ucluelet Ath. l«r»l dtyt, tecordln* u> the Brttuh ' . . 

kur Club h« b«n b, U« Thbr, ?' " 

r«Mp«ym pruent. The kIu com- At ih« beginnuid of lt«t *'*'^, *^ 

prlM* 3 tnd *» tcret. «'Uh option there were 33 flrtt tnd during the 
of purchulng tddlUuntl terete* td> welt C3 new ones occurred Plrr 
loinlitg from W O. Prtser ftghien txunguUhed 73 bltcct 

Truslee* htve been tuUmrUed lo New fires during the teek bring 1*^ RlfWIITI 



Stst CtNUt of Vtnuouvtf Isltnii 
Cloudy m the osomlng. rletring 
durtni the tltemotm. Winds light 
UtUe chtnge in (emtwrtiure 
West Cotit of Vancouver Island- 
Cloudy with widely acttiered 
showers In the morning, scattered 
cloudineat in the tflemoon Winds 
light. Little change bi lemperf 
lure 



Krom Colonist Corrci|x>ndeot» 



PORT ALBEANl. July 10.— The| 
uealxncnt of arthritis by L. F Orecn 
of Btlnbrldge Lake, near P6rt Al- 
berul. gained public rectignlUon' 
when tile city councils of Port Al>. 
bemi and Aibenii considartd a re»o- 
luuon which wUl be sent to the 
PrevuwUal Oovernotem a.^kmg for 
a complete arul impartial investiga- 
tion of the method. 

Orren • Ireauuaut. which lu im- 
partial loveaugaiorw has produced 



borrow an additional IIJMO to tbs toUU for the 



created tremmoou* imercsi on Van 



Illy bearlnr 1} b!i 



couver Island after It was cham- 
pioned by a local weekly news- 
paper. and after the Ssqulmalt 
Dockyard Branch of the Canadian 
Legion bruughi Green lo Victoria 
to give an address. 

A public mreiUig will take place 
here July 1ft. when K E Wlnch.i 
in arthritis treat*. 



Illy bearluy i} b!iN.m‘.- u gr<'wing in 
the garden of Wmuai Duval. J7ft 
Island Highwa.v View Ru>al Mr. 
Duval aaid live plant wt fivi jeara 
old. and the speclea generalb bun* 
from five to seven bUmms 



BABY’S 

RASHES 



whose Interest 

jnent has been iong-standuvg, «ill|Of entrants Event* are open to all. 
speak, a* well as Mr. Green Are*o-;but Isst year contestant.- were 
lutlon will be presented at the meet-' mainly frt<m among the Indians. 



kr» crftsn s sics »( easel 4ie«*lta,n iU* 
1 m>» eekkir ftkt* (rp* of rssb oh«n 4iM|b- 
MSis sTur lbs MSS of bsbr • Owe Tbbirts. 
riraMbnt U Uks. sssih sresWa lw • pw- 
asr if dssirod. thsso liltls tsblrts sosTtse 
up bsbT * siiMMfh sn4 stssr set IrriuMse 
msisnal ihst sts» map bs rsusine as*, fs- 
bsriibnoss s>»4 ftvl/Mlsss*. Gsl SsW* (>*• 
Ibbleu to4sr Tbsp bs<-« boss tbs •i*n4Sp 
of B<rtb*fs for e**e S# reels. Osh tie 



Apply for Permit 
To Operate Store 

gUAUCLLM BEACH July 10.- 
Ai a speilal meeting of the village] 
etimmu-- -n preeirjsd over by H J 
Welrii, an appItcaUnn for a permit] 
for the con.vtruciP>n of a retail build-| 
ers’ supply store received Iromi 
Stewart Si HudMin was discussed.] 
and plans were referred u» the build-] 
Ing Inspector for a report 

Zoning resUiettoTM^ necesrVjiied ' 
refusal to PraiUt Chipman Ui caUI>-| 
Ush a boat lleery and ucklr *hop in, 
the location he had selected on ihe| 
waterfront | 

Failure of many moLurbiU to ob- 
MTve the rMirtcted speed notices, 
especially along tjie beach highway. 
U creating a dangerous haaard. and 
in view nf inrreaArd congestion due 
U) tieavy tourist traffic, the coin- 
mp.vlnn requested Provincial Ptdtce 
to take all p;:.-Wlble sle]is and puni- 
tive action agaitut offenders 

The newly-appointed town plan- 
ning commiAslon held a meeting 
early m the week for organisaiitm. 
purpiisiw The ctimmiMinn com- ' 
prUep D. Beaum. Uiree-year term. : 
H. D. Duugan. two years. -C. H LllUe, 
one year, and F Parker. vUla|e 
cirnimlaMon. P. Eggersman, school 
board and T. Parker, parks board 



Prescription* Our Specialty 
for Over Fifty Years 

A Compirte and Relublc Service 

• OWL DRUG CO., LTD. 

a a t'aos*. vi*>*f»r 

rr*Mri»u*H (*r Over Firiv kr*r* 

CAMeaeLL at noise. oaMfi** e*rt— oiits 



SIDNEY. July 1C Ai a niefllng 
of the Sidney Parka Bt^erd in the 
home of Cmdr F B I^lgh, presi- 
deni, William Skinner reported that 
proceeds of the Sidney Carnival and 
Sports Day would be approximately 
$.100 The money will be applied to 
general maintenance and repairs of 
park property A sub-committee 
ronsuting of Mr Aklnner. George 
Gray. A W Murphy and D B. 
Breckenridge was appointed to com- 
plete clay tennts courts on the park 
grounds 

tt was decided to put up the Mc-i 
Inuwh Oup as a trophy for com- ] 
petition among members of the 
North Saanich and Islands Softball 
League, of which Robert Amos is 
feerrtary Teams participating in- 
clude Balt Spring Island. Jame« Is- 
land. Saanlrhton. Sidney and Brent- 
wood A number of games have al> i 
ready been played i 



Hand ()\ er 



LADYSMITH July 10 Mrs. Jean 
Ouellette and Mrr. linnea Hnim- 
strom presented a arheck for 1384 
U) the Sports Field Commiltee on 
behalf ;'l ttw joint social committee 
of Ladyatijlth sub-local I-M J W A 
and the Womens A>jxllltry. repres- 
enting proceeds of a recent dame 

One of live chief funcilmis of the 
sport* cummltfee. under the cheir- 
mansHip of Thomas Bertram, Is the 
upkeep of the agricultural gmunds 
sports Held and Its rnrlosure*. 

A new grsndrrand with an rcti- 
mated capacity for ftOO persons was 
completed in lime for the Domin- 
ion Day celebratiim Plana Include 
an adjoining aecimn of similar stae. 
TItls will Uke a roodlfted "V angle 
Total coal of lumber for the com 
pleted slrurlure. irrespective of 
labor. U oetimated at $3,800 



IMPORTED 

British Coat S mu I Suits 



l4*i«a te rirr*4Ulr Psrsac. IJ.U 0«Ur >K«r»»« ov«r (JVI 

1017 GOVERNMENT. Near Port G 



Prepare Tenders 
For V illage Pipe 

CAMPBELL RIVER July 10 
At a meeting of Campbell River 
Village Commlsalonera D. M 
Mathieson an engineer from Van- 
couver. was given authority to pre- 
pare tenders for the pipe which 
will be required In the building of 
the new water system for the vil- 
lage. Thirty days must elapse after 
the piLulng of the $131,000 by-law 
on July 3. before tenders may be 
called for. 

A by-law dealing with blasting 
within the Tillage was sent to Vic- 
toria for tpproval. 

CommiAsloners are working on a 
by-law to name streeti In the vil- 
lage. 

Leslie Hoover, building iiupeclur. 
reported that building ptnnJts 
valued at $38,950 were buued dur- 
ing June. 



PAINTED WALLS AND 
CEILINGS RESTORED 

To Their Original Loveliness 
Without .Mull. Mess. Spots or 
Streaks 

Call 

NU-WAY WALL CLEANERS 



Silks and Woolens 



ehoie* Sy Hueb W»*ih«rby 



New Playground 

LADYBMITH. July 10 -Mayor 
Leonard Rvan declared the Lions 
Club community playground In 
Market Square open for the Rummer 
with the appointment of ML** Mary 
Ann Brlster as supervisor. 

Inaugurated two yean ago by the 
Lions Club, the playground has 
proved to be a source of great 
pleasure to yviuof children in tha 
neighborhood. It la the only planned 
play’ground in the city. Modem 
equipment includes a spacious pool, 
■wings, teeter-totter, slide monkey 
bar and checkers, a game enjoyed 
by parenU as well as the children. 
A new feature added this year is a 
concrete roUer-skaUng 



Farmers Seek Reduction Wild .\lsalian 
Of Tux Bu rdeus ou Ijtud Shot in Wood.s 



MERCOLIZED 

WAX CREA/W 



ocation 



COBBLE HILL, July 10 Resoiu- 
Uoru to be presented at the District 
"A" Farmers' Institute convention 
were passed at a meeting of the 
fihawnlgan-Cobblr Hill Farmer*' In- 
atitute held ret'enUy in Cobble Hill 
Hall. One resolution asks that all 
form* of Indirect uxauon be ended, 
and school taxes removed Irora the 
Isnd. Another requests fhst an npm 
se*.*on bt declared on does and hen 
pheasants, to reduce crop damage 
Further change* in the Fall Fair 
catalog were db 



Industries. Ltd . amumncing an in- 
crease in the price of dynamite. 

It was decided to hold a general 
meeting in August when arrange- 
menU wilt be made for a working 
bee to prepare the ground! for the 
fair Delegataa to the DlsUlcl “A' 
convention at Naiuilmo on Septem- 
ber 34 will also be named at the 
meeting. 

S. Wallace was chairman in the 
abeence nf the president. 



PORT ALBERNI. July 10 - A 

black Alsatian dog gone wild waA 
(he verdict by Game Warden 
Ronald Lawley and James Dewar, 
chief predatory animal hunter of 
Nanaimo, when they viewed an ani- 
mal ahot while attempUnR tn kil' 
a ume mallard duck at Camp One 
c.f the Albeml Pacific Lumber Co 
Ltd. 

Opinion at the camp hovered be- 
tween wolf and some kind of hybrid] 
when Mr. Lewley arrived in answer^ 
to a call He was sure It wav an] 
AhsUan. hut called Mr Dewar from 
Narutmo to settle the Issue Mr. 
Dewar said beyond doubt It wax an 
Alsatian. No dogs of that breed were 
know-n of In the vicinity 



Park.sville Raises i 
Fund for Building' 

PARK6VILLE. July lO.-At a re-| 
<ent meeting nf the ParksvUle Com-j 
munliv Hall board, J. L. NlcholL-J 
chairman, announced that net pro-L 
ceeds from the Dominion Day dance 
anurjnted to II. 100. T)ie money wtlll 
be used for the hall building fund 
Board members plan to sportsor ' 
weekly dancaa In the hall on Sat- 
urday nlghU during the Bummer ' ' 
The first of the aeries will be held on \ 
July 17. 



for y€ur 

COMPLEXION 



platform. 
30 t 00 feet, desigued to be Ailed 
with water tn Winter for conversion 
,to Ice skating 

The popular swunming pool, with 
Itx wide, low parapet echoed peaU 



Tofiiio to Hav 
Water System 

TOFINO. July 10 



J. An addition 
will be made In tlie foreword, ex 
plaining the work of the calf cluta; 
poultry will be luted dirferently. and 
the photography section was divided 
Into two claasex 

A letter was read from Canadian 



1463 DOUGLAS ST. 

OPPOSITE THE DOUGLAS HOTEL 



Property own- a,* I • 

era of Tbfino voted 31 to 1 m ^hoDat Uuahcuni 

(avof of constructing a waterworks' I X 

oystem u> serve the village Work u J IL|nJU I WllUtr 
expected u> commence within a few' " IltllMIlv IjIUlllir 

weeks of receipt nf approval from the .... . . 

Allomey-Oenerara ofllce At a R^AUCUM BEACH. July If). — 
meeting held last Friday. rexldenU ®»f«vaUon work has sUried on the 
subscribed $1,900 inward the cost of ' foundation of a new building for the 
pipe and fittings. juqunr Orvntrol B'urd. the contract 

Toflno Is located on the north having been awarded lo the Quail- 

cum Cnnstnrctlon On Ltd The 
building will be on property ad- 
jacent to the old building recently 
purcha«ed from 6. Camp, and plan* 
call for a structure 33 by 80 feeL 
with a furnace mnen and wash- 
room at the side. 



Thank.s Members 

QUALICUM BEACH. July 10. 
Four new members were welcomed 
at a meeting of the Quallcum Dla- 
trlct Fish and Game AasocUUon. 
held In the Knlghia of Pythias Mall. 
!T Klnkade. president, conveyed the 
I thanks of A. B Htgp for the pres- 
entation made to him on his recent 
departure to work at the Ash hatch- 
ery at ftummerland Permission t<> 
use the property on the spit at 
Little Quallrum River fur trap 
shooting has been obtained, and 
Frank OlUan reported on prlcea 
obtained on trap-shooting equlp- 



I loncer r-n^incer 
Dies on \lainland 

VANCOUVER. July 10 iCP) 
Reinhart HoffmeUler. 13. pioneer 
electrical engineer and oonuactm-. 
died on Friday night in hospital 
here 

He cotutrurted Vancuuvers first 
Industrial electric dynamo, in .tailed 
the firii undergrotmd electric loco- 
moUvea .n the Nanaimo coal mlnas, 
and also Installed electrical plant/ 
In the Trail smelter 

Bom In Wellington County. Ont . 
Mr Hoffmetster came to Vanroiiver, 
at the age of 33. Hu brother andl 
■on carry on a busti.f. - he extab- 
Ushed more than half a cenlury 



CHEMAIND8. July 19. -The Che- 
malnua Garden Club recently held 
It* flower ahow with more than 380 
entries About 360 persons attended. 
In the afternoon. J Sandland, 
chairman of the show. Introduced 
J 8 Johannacm. who officially 
opened the show Judgae sgere Mrs. 
R H M. Shaw and Mrs. R Toems- 
end of Duncan Tea convener was 
Mrs 8. Clement In the evening, j. 
Parkinson, president, presented 
trophies to Mrs. O. Bonde. Mrs R 
B. Hslhed and Mra J. Orote 



IT USING 



Teachers .\pprove 
I niform Salaries 

NANAIMO. July 10 - A .vuggeslion 
for a uniform salary schedule for 
teachers was approved at a meeting 
of the Mid-Island School Trustee'. 
Association. Aid Oewrge Addison 
of Nanaimo was re-elecu<d president 
of the association. 



For lasting ECONOMY and BEAUTY use MURPHY PAINTS 
the paint that ulUlsce only VITOLIZBD REINFORCED OILs! 



AS A SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER 
10% OFF ON ALL PURCHASES 



THE WAY PEPSODENT 



AND AGENCIES 

PHONI f 8822 ^ 8 1119 



CHANGES DUU, DINGY TEHH TO 



GREATER 

FLAVOR 



ROW Ftovi moMRn aiiAai ro toorsuii 



in tile Lii)> 

Dec»u>c tlelivimis 
lamexnn fl.ivor V 
Millv prf.iecletl 
by inner -ml 
«<f plirifihn 



Two aoporat* 
bon wroppwd <■ 

^3*^^ onwl Cnjp, crundiy, , 
poomit k>d«n oandy, A 

coated with Moin tosiguw-tdinpti^^fl 
^ XXX miik chocoiatgi 



e*< aao av 

w A. JAMISOH corni 

CO., xrik 
ms m 



PtMOOfNT IS THI ONLY TOOTH POWDiR CONTAINING IRIUM 





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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, SUNDAY. ICLY II. 1948 



Author Has Different Opinion 
^About Recent Canadian Novel 



ib« red m»n. th» wnr<te of Uvt mU' 



■«l*r tnm Vnw 
«*w«f M *•*•» tl»t t4M 
ru«* *r r»i:< cMMMa«u4); Munng IVC> 
riMlft U4«i BtruM* wiibctti turntnf. 



Conflict 

Theme 



>Jotun«», th* flooda. flr«t. fMUvi* 
Um. Jo 7*. olma »od •orrowa, ihe 
oODfMT, oudwoKo and 4| 

th«M daunUcM paople art told with 
oi>dentandlni and ajropathr ^nd a 
fine arnar of draou. 

Tha book ia UluaUaiNl by the au> 
thor. and la ceiiAUily not dull. 



Heen 



' Ai)wl^7feai>ra CtAtmue (n»w< 
Inf aa looff aa the animal llva» 



N«Uu tMOvai. ••U-hDovs Cana- 
4ian autaar aa« iaM4«nt a( Oeraoo 
Km 4. urenfU •( a r«- 

rtt« af re. Iran HarUt. ' kr lira CIU 
Jacaea Watkar abiah aa»«ar«e an tbit 
aa«a taa aaaki aaa ant arttat la am 
bar aelntaa sf tba baak 



one's brain. CrlticUm li always 
wrlcomed No writer objects to 
rmicuro that U honest and reason- 
able and inteUigent. But craahlnc 



"Abram Wa af Trrab.” by Flor- 
ntiea Marayne Baiaer. (MaeLelland 
A btewi^ UJU.) 

Abram.^^Abraham. Is generally 
credited wltli being the first man 
■ effectlrely eetablleli faith In one 
God. The story of hU later years In 
the Old Teeument la one that ie 
engraved early on the minds of 
youngsters 



(he story of the early life of Abram 
She leaves the story of Abram where 
most of us first pick it up— at the 
time when Terah, Abram. Baral. hla 
wife, end Lot, hie nephew, leave fc^ 
the land which your (Abram's > sons 
■hail inherit ' 

If there is one fault In thu fine 
novel It u due to the fact that the 
author la telling a story of a land 



L. By Jim O'Connor ) 

Or. John BebaaUan Helmckeo. one 
of the prominent figures In the 
early hUtory of Vletorla and Biiu 
Ish Columbia, la the subject of a 
new booklet recently published by 
Corday Mackay. of the Vancouver 
Public library staff. 

MIm llarfcay has been spending 



*"Tbe I)«fs He Bark.** by B«rbara 
Hillard {Marmlliao, IlLU). 

Conflict of personalities is :Ut 
tJteme of this fascinating novel, set 
In a amsU English town between 
the «ers 

blue Willard atarta her story In 
mld'Vlctonan 



Tides at FiVforia 

JOLT 

Cuinriw*'!! I'Tim* 

II M Pi HU rt KM n KM Pt 



By NBLUC Mct'LlNG 
In Tha CelocUat book aecUon oo| 
Sunday. June 30. there appeared a. 
short but powerful notice of a rtccnt| 
■“ North," by BUa 



book, "Portress 
Jacoby Walker, of Edmonton 



fashion but aooi 
swings It into the grooves of pey 



history. 'Diue she set 



chivra here In order lo obtain source i templed to weeve a tiurary tapestry 
material for this and other projects. I m the form of an historical oovel, 
Willie compact, tha booklet gives' 
a review of the Ufe and work of this . 
physician who came here aa a doc- 
tor with the Hudson's Bay Com- 
pany. became the first Bpeaker of| 

Um Arst LeglslaUve Assembly and 
was one of three BrltUh Oolumbie 
delegatee sent to Ottawa lo arrange 



5 UMMES DRINKS 

'I I 14(3CASS 

33 

JAMESON'S 



herself a tennendoua task In bring- 
ing to life the ancient clUee and 
peoplea of bieaopotamla. If, at limes, 
the reader finds himself unable to 
vividly Imagine lumaelf living in 
3.000 B.C 



the author may be ct 
cuaed in view of Ihe general excel 



r or Mprn 

M \/a anvkk/ PbUowlng as ll«duca Florence 

/ k i* nr mr 1 "Behold Your King. " which 

I |i iVpiA/ ^ikVPl acclaimed by crliica generally 

Ve 1 X " V/ TV 1 1 " " T V £ 'for Ita ability to make Jeaua live In 
.... , [fiction. Abram's story clears lu high 

•Asylum fee Ihs Qwaeu.** by ; hurdle of eomparlaon. 

Mildred Jenbaw. (The ftymuw only does Abram Uve In Uieae 

Press. A1.7S). pages, but hU entire large family, 

Mua Jordan la an excelleni alory- the rulers, grasping priests, prlyni* 
tallar who weaves through a lot of|Uve doctors, clever traders, and dl- 
backgn>und in this novel of a g«y versified peoples come to life 
young French nobleman whose ml- In addition to the fabulotu com- 
ing passion U a devotion to his mercial city of Dr, the author painta 
Queen. France's unhappy /idarie'clear pteturea of other ciuea and the 
AntotnetU. iproeperoua countryalde of Masopo- 

Dcaptta the dUBcuUv of a storyl^*®^' 
m.l rnvelop. M mucn-Ilw cPurtVl >■' "“*> HiilurtciU 

V.r«m», Pirl.. rur.1 Pr.K., U» P**" * 

rulln, clMM. u.d U» poor, th..)*" P- Ben ol T.rmK' but 

«rl, a.,, of P.nr>.ylv.nl. lu '“* * ‘P*‘ 

MtUeru^Mla Jortu. k«p. *'“* «««• 

iKam. ri.nnip,. Mawuiht., theme u tcndcr and ap- 

w ^ h ipc^hg, moving slowly throu^out 
lUng e, ouuunding charaetor who ^ ^Baral 

«nally brought together, 
dt I4lchelalt-to exeeuenuy paintod ^ 

by this experienced wrttet of W*- tended reeding for all. I 



tefms of OonfederaUrm. 

HU former home. •'Hclmckcn 
Hause.** behind Thunderblrd Park. 
U now a muaeum. Title of the book- 
let U "Helmcken House Huiork 
Museum " , 



SubbitRO Pwfgign Shorbot 
o*D«l<cioug Lamontda 

AT )W9 (rsoceas 



Th* um* ua«s u PsOhe »vsBS*rS (w 
the iseth Msrisiti) utM. U I* ca«nt«4 
Irew S !• S4 heort ItMi mMntsbi la wU- 
nith* Th« fttwrn far haisht miti m 



A. J. Croalo's latcel novel. "Shan- 
none Way,** will be published thU 
month by the Ryerson Frees. 
Cronin, a pbyslcUn who gave up 
medicine for writing, again uses a 
doctor as hU hero 



acBoes 

t a«rl«r 
s aether of 

I AetiinMa 
Cni»M ' 

. il bMivr et«l* 

1 1> Kaeovntntt 
ill Dametnc Sfitc* 
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I aerad 
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I SI. T*war«. 

I SI ai/ierd caral- 
«ert 

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II Ta lamaai 
IS Ta er«a<h fiwa 
taar 

II Po<(. 

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II Om »( iha 
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If Praoclt ter 
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II. t'apiikl af taaha 

II Pat of tha 
anriapv Roaikn 
maoLh 

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«l Oaerkkatan worn 
' out ht fOJUttni 

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ssaitlao ar 
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• U»on 
IS Paaan 

II niiai-ral 

It. A (oriuiutd 

atlraiat ta talo 
^ aaaaakHag 
it Tn (ha khaliarae 
•Ida 



.A recent (lallep Poll asking bsw 
people spent their free evcnlnge In 
I'anada showed reading was popu- 
lar with It per rent of these ssked. 
Radio was Xk per rent while the 
movtsa came through with a law 
T per cwnt 



THE GATHERING STORM 
Winston Churchill — 

RAINTRKE COUNTY 

Ross Lockbridge, Jr 

PILGRIM'S INN 
E. Oend f_ 



In spite of the criticism of read- 
ers who And Its putapoktn lan- 
guage too warm for cmnfort. Nor- 
man Mailer's Ana war novel ‘'Dte 
Naked and the Dead.** has been 
leading the Action beat seller Ust 
for the past thrae weeks. A col- 
league who aerved In the South Fa- 
clAc campaign which eervea as a 
background for the book aays It U 
uncanny In lu realum, especially 
the dialogue of eohuen. 



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PACE POWDER AND OUN POWDER 
Jean M. Ellis 



The Odd Girner 



Books. Mezggalne Pl 9 cir 



l^D^;roitV‘^l[ dotn]ign{i 



tin Yntang, who bas writtan 
many books about CMaa, U writ- 
ing a new novel. *X'blnalown Fam- 
ily.'* The locale of this new work 
will be onunol to Dr. Lin In that 
Ita locale wlU be tbe I'nited Stales. 

• # • 

James A. Farley, former United 
Btatee Postmaster - Oenerel and 
longume Democrat, turned author, 
has chalked up something of a rec- 
ord with hU "Jim Farley's Story,*' 
as far u autographing oopUe. It U 
aald that there are more auto- 
graphed copies In exuunce than 

unlnacribed once. And aa book eol- 
lecUng goes by opposltaa, Uurary 
wile In the Dniied States are pre- 
dicUng the onee left blank will oam- 
mand higher priree le rarlUae than 
autographed onee. 

• • • 

These days, cstabUshed authors 
sometimes get as high as gS a word. ' 
but the experience of Rudyard Kip- , 
ling 40 years ago when be received I 
a dollar a word for hU work was 
’greeted with amuement by hU 
puldlc. 

One American wrola Kipling: "t 
hear that you eell Ulerature at one 
dollar per word Bnekued And dol- 1 
lar for sample." 

KtpUng kept tha dollar and 
wrote back the word. "Thanks.** 
Later he received another letter 
from hie eustomer "Sold ihe 
Thanks' for two dollars. Encloaed 
find 46 rents In stamps, that being 
half . tha proAt, lees postage ax- 
peneas.** 



.Sunrikr and Sunset 

JULV 

Timi «f kuanM *1*4 kunMt 
Kkndkr4 tim»i «t Ttct>*rik >C 
wMUk af jalr. IMS 



tS Vroomauk •Mki 
3# Trttatnlne ta ib* 
aauUi 

II Ttidikn Uni 
31 H«vi> mAm»4 
vewBO 

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bokt 

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II AakWt 
IS DauiniBl of 
Sklvrti 

se WmSU* coMiifr- 

II er»Mdkr* 

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naan 

n To ms o«t 
II AttFnukl»« I 

II A rtrtkla Susa- 
mr 

SI Mint FBtrkfiM 

4) War'r 
41 TkilQV buxla. 

4« Kau Bf •(•I* 



sent to Pennsylvania. Throughout 
the small charmclers In the book are 
very good, and Mlae Jordan Is 
brutally efIecUve In writing of Paris 
and Versailles mob scenes. 

WELL HANDLED 



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Successive Planting of Beets 
Ensures Season-Long Crops 



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"*?M ’iiir"*'*’'* ** OORnONI ELLIS Ltd 



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Bv DR. J. & WABBBN 
Gfif anpV 

, Fia«T / / _ 



Bxecutive oommlttee mmiberi of 
the newly-formed Victoria Amateur 
Pencarx' dub held an organlxa- 
Uanal meeting at the Y.M CJt. re- 
cently and derided to bold a general 
meeting for ell memberx on August 
4 at the T." 

The club WM formed under the 
aueploee of the VlrtoHa YJd.CA. 



Non-Fiction, Novels, Mystery 
Await Your Selection in 
Spencer’s Lending Library 



LBAP sear, A 
Bf>IA4R. OM MKT 
MXiAQE 



"hiLc A Fcw smari wmim an 

men IN PIAMCTBE AND COOM 
TOPS AND iroorg TD(aCYHCf(K 



like other root vegttablee. beete Many gardeners pull aome beeta 
for the growing number of ftnelng'kre a deuWe-purpoee crop in the when they are one inch In diameter 
enthuelasts In the city. At the garden, u UlusUatod In the accompanying 

August 4 maetlnc rules will be Bvtrreiilve planting, therefore. Oerdeo-Orxph. When this slw. the 
drafted and plane for the future should be made to provwle ample •«<* the tops can be cooked 

dlecusMd. amounia of young betta tor the tofvther. The combination makes 

At p r oeiot ihe club U being dl-'Uible throughout the Summer snd * delicious dish, 
reeled by temporary preeident, Mrs. mature beeta for Winter etoiagp You may find beet foliage die- 
B. Veach and aeervtary. H. Ivane. July la not too late for planting ^^^^red with spots, as lllustiated. 

Members are preparing to com- a lata crop of beets but they should ^ * fungus disease 

pets with a visiting laam frem Van- be thinned early to give the rtmaln- ^ eontrolled by spraying 

eottver • in September. The leoal Ing ooea every asiatenee in grow- Bordeaux mixture, or dusttne 
group la open to anyooa intereeted Ing end maturing * coppcr-lime when the epota 

In fencing. I When thinning late beeu. the »PP«Ar- Repeat the treaimant 

When Use loca! organlaatlon haa'' puUad** plants need not be wasted te*»*day Intarrais. 



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Come in snd look over the wide selectiois— oar librarians will 
gladly aiitai you ie making your choice. 

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The common cold ta given Ita 
name because It Is tha oommoncet 
ailment known Tha aarty symp- 
I4MW are eneaalng. burning, stuffl- 
nem of tlte nose ftral a thin, 
watery diaoharge which tUckene 
and ‘plugs'* the nose, making It 
dUBrult to breathe. Symptoms 
eoa* on gradually. 

Zn flu. symptoena coou on sud- 
daaly and patient la greatly proe- 
tggUd about two days after being 
tn oontact with a flu patient. Cough 
le bard and dry, Uttla or nothing 
comes up from broaohlal tubas. 

Treatment for both cold and flu 
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ONT l.CGGr.D CANAeV 



Moiitev on (ianatlian ViMt 



wlffwr thr nuatfr o( thr trviRhtrr 



Russians Still Hithlin^ 
ff ar Pristuiers of 1918 

NEW YORK. JuJjr 10 'NANA>. — 'prt»oo« cAmpft }e»mrd of ti« 
Thr Ruulifu iUn holdlnf w*r’c«nP m ^ AreUc and aem 

prwmrr. frgn the Of«t War. alto'**®" Well«yi 

,B*ede» found am on* ihe pn 
ponu^ priori /includln, toiDr ^ , 

AmrrlcaMi.froni the ihlrtie*. In a ormam who had brr 

dMoiata camp on the mnolo ArcUc ^ RuMian* in ih* 

Arrhlpela«o, known aa Ptan* Joarl war -«wnr 30 year* a«ol 
I*nd. ThU amaami report Is at- ^ 

trtbmed to the Swedish Red Croa*,^rtln« to the German fiewi 
by the Himburf newspaper Die of 1 

Well. The paper, ofnclal organ of .oeclalUU. mcludlna some 



At ihe Theatres 



HALIPAK <r>. -Peg-leg Pete 



comic strip character of the Kataen- 
iammer Klda— has noihlng m a 
canary owned by Mn. V M Ragg 



in tlie bills ai Southampton, but 
ftiU hop* about Ills rage singing 
ebeerlully. 



awaken their own lore, Is told In thr 
story which opens tomorrow at the 
Atlas Theatre. 



/Kememher Mama’ 
Held at (Capitol 

last seen as Vlunir in *’LUe with 
FsUier,'* Irene Dunne. portrays an- 
other li'>utewlfe la George Stevens 
production of the comedy-drama. 
“1 Remember Mama.'* which has 
been held over at the Capitol The- 
atre As a hard-working Norwegian 
mother In early-day San Francisco. 
Miss Dunne oo-star* with Barbara 



Hriliiant '(lelloist 
In Rio Feature 



Sro^^^K^ 



Helen Gilbert, brilliant concert 
ceilotst. had the femme star lead in 
"God's Country,** AcUon Picture- 
third outdoor drama in color. 

Is James Oliver Curwond's mg 



TOM 

rohwsT 



THI rxLCON IN 
SAN FRANCISCO ‘ 



Oermaiiy, generally Is regarded as 
very well Informed and reltable. 

Offlrlals of the Swedish Red Cross 
aur^cying condUions In Soviet war- 



lenced to deporlatioo in the noUwl- 
'ous Moscow trials of the thirties! 

Shocking sanitary and working 
cunditlona were uncovered at the 
enmp. 'The pri s oneri were forced 
to work up to 14 hour* a day in 
lead mines lacking the moat ele- 
mentary technical equipment; death 
rate of lead poisoning, failgue and 
disease was 700 per 1,000. 

An unspecified number of the sick 
now have been removed from the 
Archipelago by the ffaedish Red 
Cross. Three of them — German 
prisoners from the Great War— died 
during the voyage to Mumvansk. 
which lasted about six months. 



Philip Dom in this sparkling and uw. who trie* to escape by hldUir 
'algtc film. 

The RKO Radio supporting cast 
Indudea Sir Cedric Hardwlcke, Edgar 
Bergen, Rudy Valloe and Barbers 
O'NelU. The offering is presented 
by Dore Schary. 

femme 

Fascinating Stor>- 
By Henry James 

Combining romance with mystery 
and suspense, Walter Wanger’s "The 
Lost Moment,'* the flrat of the 
Henry Jatnew novels to be brought to 
the screen, will open at tha Plaza 
Theatre tomorrow. 

Co-starring 



In the great Redwood cmuitry of 
California. Herr he meets H^ien. 
falls in love, and as a result, fights 
to prove hU Irmocence of the crime 
of which he was accused. 

Bhe now can be seen rarr)ing tiF 
the Utriiling all 
color drama, "Death Valley, 



If you rnittwd H befor* 
d<M*f si«ss k ihtt fim^l 



STARTS MONDAY 1 



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With 

Maragret 0 *Brlen 

LIONEL BARRYMORE it 
EDWARD ARNOLD 
LEWIS STONE it 

THOMAS MITCHELL 
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open- 
ing lemorrow at the Rio *rheatre 



NOW SHOWING 



LONDON «CF7.— During a lull in 
a House of Lords debate, a peer was 
heard complaining to his Neigh- 
bor: "I doti't mind the washing up. 
but . . .• 



Robert Cummings 
and Busan Hayward, *‘The Lost Mo- 
ment" was adspted from the Henry 
James’ novel. "The Aspem Papers," 
by Leonardo Bercovicl. 

Robert Cummings plays the role 
of a young American publisher 
Busan Hayward, 



2 MORE 
WONDERFUL 
DAYS! 



.4mugprripnf« 

ON THE SCREEN 

Allas — James Stewart and 
Jane Wyman In ' Msglc 
Town." 

rapUel— "I Remember Mama" 
stars Irene Dunne and 
Philip Dom 

liomlnJoD — Walt Disney's 
"Bambl." 

Oak Bay — Margaret O'Brien 
and Lionel Barrymore In 
"Three Wise Pools." 

Odeoa — "The Sign of the 
Ram ' stars Susan Pefera 
and Alexander Knox. 

Plaza — "The Lo*t Moment" 
start Robert Cummings and 
Susan Hayward. 

Rio— "Death Valley" stars 
Helen CUbert and Robert 
Lowery. 

Royal — Van Johnson and 
June Allyson star in "The 
Bride Goes Wild " 

York Inlematlonai — LuctUs 
Bail and Clifton Webb in 
"The Dark Comer." 



from her 
screen triumph as the feminine dip- 
somaniac in **amash-Dp,*' has the 
role of Tina. 



MONDAY 

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^^SUN. MID. 

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MtNTAKY FILM MADCI 



Margaret O'Brien 
Star of Story 

When It cornea to glamour poa^ 
little Margaret O'Brien can hoft 
her own with the best of the pin-up 
stars— and she doesn't need spangles, 
eltherl M-Q-M's talented child star 
makes her latest appearance on the 
Oak Bay screen in *Thre« Wife 
Pools." In whlcli she plays an Irish 
tot who runs counter to the wishes 
-r three rich and powerful oM men 
and ahows them who's boss! Lionel' 
Barrymore. Lewis Stone and Ed- : 
ward Arnold are the "three wisel 
fools" in a story replete with tear*. 



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“Sign of the Kam” 
Emotional Drama 

Columbia's 



^iiiEir iifuf 

iiuKJum 
HI PERILETfR 

V M. SUIUM IHU«I 

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uKe Bio^DH' 



HERE'S A COMEDY 
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WEEKS and WEEKS! 



James Stewart Star 
Of “Masne Town" 



"The Sign of the Ram. 
picturizsUon of the best-aeUing novell 
by Margaret Perguson which has, as 
Its leading character, one of the most 
widely-discussed herolnea of fiction, 
it coming to the Odeon Theatre to- 
morrow 

The film nmrks the return to the 
screen of Susan Peter* in the power - 1 
ful. emotional role of a woman who 
Irlea to make a weapon of lovr. This 
Is a startling departure from the 
sweet young Ingenuea which Miss 
Peter* formerly portrayed. I 



How a city allcker and a small 
town girl Join forces to restore the 
town they have uowllUngly de- 
morallaed Is told in ihe Robert 
Rlskin's delightful "Msglc Town." a 
romantic comedy starring James 
Stewart and Jane Wyman. 

Stewart as a public opinion tn- 
vesUgator from the big city, and 
Miss Wyman as his small town 
KweethearL unknowingly ruin the 
spun of the cllUens of Grandview 
Their efTortJ to restore (he towns- 
people to a state of sanity and re- 



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Junrar Lydsa 



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"THE VIGILANTE" 
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GENEVIEVE 



Budapest Is a Uuee-lo-onc city, 
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Fjnance-Commerce-iyiarkets 

Housiii" Loans 
Create Record 



Crccn Cross Names Research Direclor 



;o Grain 



CBICAOO. JxUj 10 on. ~ Corn 
oiMlc ft food tarfet [or ftaUtnf oo the 
Board of Tr»d« foUovlt^ an UiUlMl ; 
BtaUa Acricultura DepaitiMBi [ore- ' 
ca<t of a raoord crop. Wbaat and oat* 
wrakcoad. but Inain w«r« not par- 
Ucularijr laira at aajr Umo. Wheat | 
fttafed a food rally In tht last *0| 
miuuleft. 

July and Septtmbar oorn abowed 
the vtdeat loaaas. Tba July contract 
ftaiik ODort than tc at one Um«. hit- 
uof a low ilnoa March t. Septambir 
wai at a low alxM the big price 
break in mid'Pvbruary. Uar com 



Salt Spring Island 
FERRY SERVICE 



in May. the Central Murtgagt A 
Rouftlng Oorporaucc 

Amount of tba loans approved was 
tll.T71,000. 

Tba record landing during May 
continued the trend ol Bm earlier 
months of IM. Approved toens lor 
tba first flva months totaled US.d01.> 



000 for 1.613 In the corresponding pe- 
riod last year ' 
ractnra Influandnc the Increase 
the corporation said. Included bet- 
ter suppbea of building materials 
and labor, and favorable Sprlitg 
weather that enabled buUdera to 
Stan oonatrucUon earlier. Lower 
down payments also contributed. 

Comparative figure* for units and 
amounts lor May. iMi. and May. 



SUMMII KHtDUU 
ISnCTIVI MAY 33ftd. 



OTTAWA. July 10 CP>.— NaUonaJ 
Rousing Act loans for new home* 
hit a peak monthly figure of 2.330 



MONTREAL. July 10 CF> —There 
are contradictions in current atoriee 
[about food. with, on the one liand. 
|forecasu of a wheat eurplus within 
a couple of years, and on tba otber 



DAiLT axcarr waoNiaosT 
t« ruiiftr* Lv a«»rts • 

I IS ft-W. S IS ftSL 

is:se ftSk. II :se fti^ 



ooo for 6.633 unite, agalnet 61TJ44. 



sharply right befora the cloee. 



'famine. 

I The two ean happen unless the 
world rnsnsges a workable produc- 
‘ilon and distrlbuuon schedule. Por 
the present, talk of surplus does 
not envisage universally well-fed 
peoples; it only envisage* vaiious 
countries reaching th fir normal 
I standard of living, which still would 
^ leave shortages among peoples with- 
out the buying power to correct 
'them. 

Advocatm of the international 
vrheat agraemenl which collapsed | 
Lhu week, claimed it was one es- 1 
sentiaj step towards a steady foudi 
eupply. 

James Tarner, president ol the 
InternaUonal FederaUon of Agrl-j 
culture Producers, repreaentipf or- j 
iganised fanners in more than 30 
'cpuntJlea. put It IhU way at Lon- 1 
don: I 



wtDNaaost aurtet oiar 

L* Fuflar* L« Btism 

e IS S.S. S U » a 



Canada 232» (1.912), 611,771.600 
'19.343.640); Manitoba 300 
61.793.460 (63.0S3.1«»: Saskatche- 
wan 7 i4ii; 630.900 <|229.400<; Al- 
beru 374 ( 363>. 61.467.660 <|l,36f,- 
640>. British Columbia 303 ( 307>. 
6646>60 (6663J160). 

Meanwhile, the Bureau of Btatls- 
ties reported. 6.364 new dwelling 
units were completed during May. 
compared with 6.739 In the previous 
month. *nie number of new unite 
itanad showed a marked incrcaee. 



6olt itiiidt Firry Cio 

LTD. 



HERBERT A. PA88 



W. 8TIRL1NG .MrLKOO 

Mr. Psi*. formerly chief entomologMi of Green CroM Insecticide*, has 
bMn appointed director of research and head of technical department. 
Mr. McLeod, former assistant professor of entomology at University 
of Manitoba, has been named chief entomologist of company. 



Investment Securities 

ISLAND INVESTMENT CO., LTD. 

735 VIIW STRaST C 714A.7 



Note Fluctuation 
In Vlarket Trend 



' NTW YORK, July 10 oP! - Wall 
^Street's bull market put cn a Ultie 
more weight this week, and grew 
a llttla friskier, despite the Bummer 
heaL 

Por tha second week in a row the 
general price level rambled Into 
the htghmt price ground since 
August, 1946. Railroad stocks, on 
the average, were at a peak since, 



For a real VACATION . . . 

The BUS Way is your BEST Way! 

ON THE ISLAND or TO ALL AMERICA 



H. A. HUMBER, LTD. 

Quotation Service oo 

STOCKS. BONDS. COMMODITIES. MINES and OILS 

tuuau«al (■ramoU** — Baal aaS iMar**** 

irira a aacsoa autoivo raoMxi. a use 



MONTREAL, July 10.— Stock mar- 
kets nuctuaud throughout the week, 
ahowlog no definite trend, and closed 
out Friday on a allghtiy better note. 

Volume continued light, and indl* 
Tldual Issuee moved In narrow ranga. 

! Ralls were responsible for three 
I gtxxl days of trading In New York, 
but generally trading wa* selective. 

Some brokers look forward to the 
fustomary Bummer upsurge. Others 
say that July and August will seel 
a slow upura on a wide selection of| 
key stork*. 

New York moved ahead to reach 
a 33-montb high Tuesday. Rails 
moved ahead fraeUanahy on Thuri- 
day, a* Tuaaday’s 23-mooth high 
was equalled on light vo|um«. 

On Friday the market rsachsd s 
33-monih peak. Trading was the 
moat active In two weeks at 1370.- 1 
000 shares, and the Associated Press 
OO-suxk average rose .5 to 73 4. 

Canadian market* showed a slight . 
Improvement, and volume continued 
UghL At Turonlo, golds vrere the 
only croup to gain, advancing .36 on 
th« exrhanga's Index from that of a I 
week ago. | 

Western oils were atrong Wedne*-! 
day, but closed Friday down .63 from 
last Friday, and base metAls dipped 
.5?. Turnover hovered around the 
600.000-ihare mark, and total nles 
for the week were 3.416.000 sharm. 
an average of 497.000 for the five 
daya compared wlUi a 619.750 aver- 
age for four days last week. 

Com prices dropped on the Chl-| 
cago Grain Market throughout the! 
week. Late Friday the United BUtei 
Department of AgncuUure aatlmated' 
a record com rrop of 3,138.663.000 
bushels. Wheat and oats were steady 
from prices of a week ago. 



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your timo ond purso. 
Only the 
COACH LINES 
TRAVEL BUREAU 
offers internotiooolly 
fomous 

GREYHOUND 
HIGHWAY TOURS 



QUALICUM 

BEACH 

now only 4Vi hours 
from Victorlo 

4 Daily Departures: 
B;30 a.m. 

11.00 a.m. 

3:30 p.m. 

4:00 a.m. 



HAGAR INVESTMENTS LTD. 

■ Stock Broker$ and Bond Dcalcrt ■ 
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wide and frequent lluctusuont, re- 
tuUihg ineviuhly in the disinclina- 
tion of producers to gamble on all- 
out produaion for fear of aggravat- 
ing this coDdltton.** 

The loternsuonal agreement, 
signed In March, was designed to 
avoid wide price fluctuations, and 
to assure a steady market for 
farmers and • steady bread supply 
lor the vpwlda bousekr.-p-ri. 



highs at 63160 and 634. and butcherj 



steers sold from |33 down. Early! 
trading was alow at Montreal, but! 
prices eventually aetUsd at 50 cenU| 
to 61 higher, with fairly good qual- 
ity steers up to 630J8. and good 
eowa, 614-615 66. 

At Winnipeg some of the better} 
stsers rated 633-623 



SatalrlM lartta* (*r 

DOMINION, PROVINCIAL and CORPORATION BONDS 

OILLESPIE, HART & CO., LTD. 

KfUWUb** Ot»t • q«»rV«r mt • CvalaEV 
**' yOWT VTBSXT TEE.amnw* n ai.t 



Calgary had 
top steers at 631.76; Edmonton, 630- 
633; Prince Albert. I3l, Mocae Jaw. 
61l*61l.50; Baskaloon. up to 630 66 
and Regina, 630-631. 

Dairy eatUe exporU to the United 
fiUtss for lb* week totalled 3.967 
head, compared with 946 In the cor- 
responding week last year. This 
year's export* to dsie totalled 53.- 
333. and last year were 24A41 
Toronto paid 63150-621 for beat 
veal*. Montreal. 623-624. WinnU 



TKm \ 
^fSLA/fO 



Output of Butter 
I Lower This Year 

^ OTTAWA. July 10 <CF).— Canadas 
I butter producUon last month sur- 
passed lh» production of Juive. 1947. 
by more thsn 1.000.000 pounds, the 
Bureau of BtatisUcs reported 

ProducUon during June totalled 
1 44519,000 pounds, compared with 
' 43 127,000 In June. 1947. For the first 
six months of this year 121J4I.OOOI 
pounds were produceti. compsred j 
with 12S.M0.000 for the same period 
In 1947. Alberta was the only prov- 
ince showing a gain over the six- 
month period. 

Cheddar cheese production last 
month totalled 



Canadian 
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TW« «»arUrlr SlTtSMS l> viit a* 

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aiUacUra at araaaat Mfkai tf)«a. 



TRAVEL 

639 IROUaHTON •» MOAD 



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TcIcpIiMM t 1177 



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Toronto Stock Etchsng* 

Mootresl Stock KxekaDfe 

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Ji/M'cs A lifiT / 



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Oklinvai] 

O 8 War** 

MBVatd Scriita >tM pan 
Tv*, 'in pan 
N*’. nioren <11. Mi 
Oltava Faarr 
Fo«>r Carp. 

Price BrM. 

SinpMflj . 

Sienderd cnenlcal 

Opa Weet«Q 



IDOKIT TWe 

fwru. TtANSFee 

« F)CTUaf5/ 



18.040.000 pounds. 
Lumparvd vrtth 22.738,000 in Jun^ 
last year, and in th* six months 
ended June. 34.663.000 poonds, com- 
pared with 47.783,00. 



•Product 



CnTAWA July 10 CF',— 8hlp- 
ments of primary shapoEi by Cana- 
dian steel mills, exclusive of pro- 
ducers' interchsnge. amounted to 

331.000 net tons In April, compared 
with 237.000 in Msrch and 307.000 
in April last year. 

Amount of producart* Inlerrhang* 
was 68,000 tons In April, against 

76.000 in Ij^srch snd 75.000 last year. 



TORONTO, July 10 CF).— Con- 
struction contracts awarded In Can- 
ada during June totaled 616341OJ00. 
against 675541,300 for June. 1947, a 
MacLean Building Reports. Ltd., sur- 
vey iwvtaied. The totel for tha idx 
months this year was 640.088.000, 
compared with 6339.173,600 for the 
same period last year. 



\Vifiui|it‘K Grain I 

WINNIPEG. July 10 CF).-0«u' 
and barley prices on the Winnipeg 
Grain Exchange rallied from early 
hesUatlons to post mdderate gains 
at the cloee. Tliere was some shipper 
buying Iste in the session, snd offer- 
ings tended to dry up. 

Earlier, weaknec* In Chicago 
ffsins brought on by a United BUtes 
Government prediction of heavy 
gram crop* this year Influenced 
trade here, and business was dull 
and price* rased somewhat. 

The rye market saw tom* small 
trade in the deferred month, mostly 
of a commission bouse nature. 

There was no wheal allocated to 
the United Kingdom under the Ca- 
nadian wheat agreement 



1^ Daily to 
Soptomber I 

Mett* ya«r r«**r*sllo<i( aew, for 
yww al# Esit e« tha MowiUlnaar, 
vU Lak* LouIm, Banff, Minn^ 
apolii, Miiwaaliaa and Ckkafo. 
Saa lh« Recklea frM an epaw 
oks ac eagon car. Enjoy alr-<en- 



C mw H h OovarnawgiG Mutldpid 

mn4 CorpormiUm Swrantica 



ho* tops ! n» o Pop Tcaoafafi aro 

absolutily ritr. 2 to *««ry 

packsgo of fCoUogx's P*p. t^p 
urns M good cool (Wt Kellogg 'a 
Pep DOW aed saw the Traoiier 
Picturos. Tboro'i 64 in tb* act. 
Plansa, Bottorflica, Doga a^ 
5pom.Aliiocolo«ff 
AsktDotbertoordar 
Kellogg'! Ptpfrom / 
her groeor. , ^ 



612 View 8tr#«i 
• Pbonc 
laacM 4361 



Wood* OtiimIf a C«inpB] 

UmiVod 



EMERGENCY 



For Infenasiion and 
reMfvatiom m« 
your afcnt 



air-rail— STEAMSHIP 



However. 

there were report* of sub«unual 
barley exporU to tho United Slate* 
and oversea*, ngures were not 



LOANS 



Complete 

Trat^l 

Service 



Borrow S50. $100. $300. $600. $1000 
at Houtontn Finance without en- 
donwn or bankable security. Up to 
24 rnnnlhs to repay in amvenicnt 
atpMl monthly instailfMnU. 

Prwfwct Twwr CiWtt 
It's wise to protact your cradil. Piy 
overdue bills, •easrvval bills, madicat 
or emergency expenses with your 
HouaHOLD PtNANCz loan. 

If you need extra cnh. 'phone, 
write or come hi and see ua for 
prumpty oouneouB stteation to your 
money proUema. We'U be glad to 
help you! 

A, 7ww r*F 

fSae— L9C, N'eSwir** wfW« 



S MILKER ATTRACTIONS present V 

a. ^ 



Xgg pfica Incraasea of 3 cwnu a 
^ doacn for Grade A large and Grade 
■*(. A medium, and 1 cent a doaen for 
** Grade A pulleU, effsctlvs Monday. 

wwre anoouDfWd ysalerday by Wil- 
j2,*| Ham Haggrr. local Dominion poultry 
I Inspector. 

Prices will be as foUows; 

'* To producer at farm: Grade A 
largs, 44 cents; Grade a medium. 
43 cenu;* Grade A puUets. 35 cenU; 
Grade B. 34 cents. 

Wholesale prloe to city rataller*. 
.42 Grade A large, 50 cents; Grade A 
.40 medium. 46 cents. Grade A pullets, 
54 tt cents. Orsde B, 40 cents. 



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Reglfttr NOW for Your 1949 



VISIT 

TO 



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Egg Market 



Ths Spsclsculsr VieHnlslf 

^UnusosJ BriUianc*.~ Ssys N.Y. Timas. 

)0YS' OHOIR *? uniqua wgsusstion of 20 

Vtannasa boyat Featuring Motan operas in coetumsl 

JONAS Promiaea to be tha ssn- 

astiMi ot tb* aaaaoal Jensa made the moat sensational Nsw 
York dsbut in rscant Mstaryt 

^ 'k MsriarsI Wsbtisr's Shakstpsars Cs. 

NN powerful and moving production of 

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TO FROOUCCB 
Grade *A'* largs 
Grade "A" msdJi 
PuUeu 

PuUsIs. Orads *1 
WROLMALB 
Orada "A" largo 
Oradt "A" medli 
PuUsta 

Pulkts, Orads ”B' 



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OTTAWA, July 19 CF> -car load- 
ings for th* wttk ended July 3 
totalled 7LU6 cars, compared with 
7IJ01 the previous week, and 86. 
768 for th* corretpocullng week last 
year. DecUnsa from car loadlngi of 
tha prevloua week were seen In 
every cstegory, but grain and grain 
products showed tits hsavlcat drop. 



GULF ISLANDS 

CRUISE 



■k JAN PEENOE 



Shining tenor star of the M*tn^ 
pobtan radio snd concerts! 



WEDNESDAY, JULY 14Hi 

Fevry Wgl Make Hi« 9afla*lag 
Ferta af Call; 

Yh# "Cy Pack" will «nihe araaad 
Salt Sgriag Island aad *Mke a 
tkraa.hawr a*ag at Veeaviaa 8av 
ter laack aad »aa. ar pkak IwaciMt 
■wy 5a takaa. 

•waas Laave Victoria at 

9 A.M. 

Parking Sp y * Aradakia al Swaies 
••y. Laavaa Swaitt Bay 

IB AM. Aril*** Back at 6 PAL 

irruRN 7ARIS; 

Ftrry Only Bt.OO i|, Ja* 
Baa and Parry: pl.OO F|m IBc 
T aa 



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k ir BAlin RUSSE 6* MONTE CANLO 

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EKASON^TICKETS MEAN CHOICE LOCATlONIt 
. . AND MAJOR CASH BAVINOtt 

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8 EVENTS 






BalWt Ruaaa d« Moot* Carla is an optienal axira aaria* avant wibch may ba sddad to serict 

by aaibacrihars. 

M*U«t R«a*« d* Mont* Carlo pricai to aaason aobacribars only! 

U70. $1.26. llJa ll.lS phM u»* 

SowU dapoatt hotda yowr **aaon tichatsf Maknc* !■ naay hiataUaaam* baghtMag Bagumbar IS. 
Boa offica opaa fas Platcbn^'s Maak Store — 11» Oowgia* Bt. 0 2314 



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m«ni ■ im 1} 






SUNDAY. JULY 11. 1948 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C 



Little Stories for Bedhme 



«oukl be % very lively time. 
to Peier'e credit, be iboutbi 



llK* tUnfl <-’f Ibmf 



»r raoiurroM m eumoi 
niGGlE THt EAIK<ES WINS | ^ | 

rCTEB-ii BEtiFECT | f '^1 

To sec enolhrr person do * 

Tile thing thet wskens fear in you ' 

Is quite the surest way I tnow 
To start respect and made it grow. 

It always la that way. The funny « r 
thing about it is that very oCleo 'i 

there is no real cause for respect. 

That was the case with PtUr Rab' ^ ^ 

bit and Digger the Badger. In ' 

spue of all that had happetted to ^ 
him. Peter cotildn't stay In the dear ' 



Ar* s»(a( tSr»«fh lb* fuaclioMi 
■MdU {WmkI M-ub«r t« wowi— 

I W «• St yr» ' I Km (Ims mmSs rvu Mta 
froaa bo< ImIm» Swl •• aswM. htrt- 
•*»«“». tir*e? Thsa ao try Lydit B. 
Itakbui’* ( 

«rMptnma riakhsa'a l'«CBpoua4 
aUn kaa wlMt iWtArs call a aluMadUs 
tMiM affatit 



C FOR 75 YEARS 



Wednesday. 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. 



house of Johnny Chuck he was 
abroad again in search of new ad' 
ventures. Little Mrs. Peter did her 
best to make him stay at home, but 
It was no use. You see. there was 
ao much going on these busy Spring 
deys and nights that Peter was 
dreadfully afraid he would miss 
something. You know how It is 
with Peter; cunostty seems to ik 
forever driving him to poke his 
woboly little nose into all kinds of 
pisoes where he has no business. 

So Peter started forth Just after. 
Jolly^ round, red Mr. Sun had gonej 
to bed behind the Purple Hills. He 
had promised lltUc Mrs. Peter that 
this lime he would be very, very 
careful, and he had promised him- 
seir that he would try no more 
Jokes on hU neighbors, because he 
had found out that Jokes do not 
pay. He started for the Old Or>! 
chard, and Ibis took him not far 
from the old house of Johnny 
Chuck. He had no IntenUon of 
visiting It. It made him squirm all 
over Just to think of all he had suf- 
fered while he was a prisoner there 
As long as those hot-tempered 
yellow Jackets had possession of It 
he would be the last to disturb 
tliem again. Hr glanced over at the 
doorway «s he hurried along. Up* 



*1 say, Mr. Badger, I wenldn'l ga lo 
there If I were yea,” be called 

perty*lU>. then suddenly stopped 
short and sat up lo stare. 



was half in. Peter danced up and 
down with eicltemenL **Look out] 
Look out ! You’ll get aU stung up In 
a minute]” 

Digger paid tM> attention to him 
at aU. Perhaps he didn't hear for 
he was almost out of sight by this 
time. In his excitement Peter went 
nearer and nearer. untU he was al- 
most to the place where the sand 
was flying. Suddenly lie felt a sharp 
pain in one ear Then he saw that 
the air was Ailed with angry yel- 
Peter didn't stop to see 



There 

was someone on the doorstep look* 
Ing tnl 

**As I live, it Is Digger the Bad- 
ger r exclaimed Peter. *T guess be 
doesn't know wiio Uves in there. If 
he goes In I guess I'll see some fun. 
ril wait and see what happens.” 
Peter chuckled as he thought of 
those yellow Jackets. It wasn't dark 



low Jackets, 
more. He scampered to a safe dls*! 
tance and then turned to sec what 



Your leisure hours will be 
the happier in foshtons 
like these from Spencer's 
Sportswear collection. 



Rsyon Gsbaidioe Slack Suns 
— Oouble-bressied jacket with 
two patch pockets and Lut* 
lon« to the neck. Slacks have 
stitched pleats. In red. green, 
brown and tan. 

Sires U to 18. 26.UO 



IT'S 

WONDERFUL 



’’Lamwor Shirt Blousci — 
Smartly tailored of British 
woolen material, with con* 
vprtible neckline and remm* 
able shoulder pads. .Ample 
turk-in. In navy, green and 
red. 

Sires M to 20. 8.50 



, 'Wwrt \i 



Alpine Golf Skirt^Seli belt 
and handy pocket with rip- 
per fastening. In turquoise, 
white, green, yellow, brown 
and beige. 

Sizes 12 to 30. 8.95 



CHOCOLATE SYRUP 

MAoi wmi nrt 

Mix DRY, H cup Fry's Cocoa, 
^ cup sugar. Add ^ cup boiliog 
wrster slowly, while stirring. 
Boil for 1 miaucc. Put in cleso, 
dry jar •• cover, cool and keep 
in ict box. 



'THAT'S A VtKY StNSIBtl ^URCHASt M'LOVf 
WHY D/DNT rOH BUY A COUPLtT' 

‘Tluht What'd you say? Oh — you 
mean thoae malty-rich, honey-g^* 
an Post's Grapa-Nuts riakesr 
*They*ra some dish!” 

*They’ra ao cleverly made — of 
two grains, you know — really di- 
vine Canadian wheat and malted 
barley!** 

“They sure taste* out of this 
world, darhng — but you're forget- 
ting that other reason why I go for 
Post's Grape-Nuts Flskea.” 

Tnergy. you mean? The carbo- 
hydrates that load you up with en- 
ergy so they call you the human 
dynamo?'* 

”IUght: And what are thoee things 



that help build up the old museleT* 

‘'Proteins. Hercules. And Poet's 
Orape-Nuts Flakes sure have get 
'em!” 

“And phosphorus — what's that 
lor?' 

“That's for sturdy bones and 
•ound teeth.” 

“Eating Post's Orape-NuU Plakss 
every dey — no wonder I'm such a 
husky guyr* 

“And Post's Grape-Nuts Plakss 
give you iron for the blood— end 
other food eesentiaU,” 

“Say — Post's Graps-NuU Flaks 
are ready to rat right from the 
package, so let's have some, quick.” 



iW Jtmtrtt thmt ip«rA/e , » , ftr 
tk*nUu milk reef/y gW/ 



The Cmoo wM fhe 
tfeher Checetofe Hover 



Smartly - Tailored Authentic 
'Tartan Slacks ... by Kat 
Gordon 

Sizes 12 to«18. 14.85 



Worsted Sharkskin Skirt hy 
Nat Gordon. Ma> self bell, 
two pant pleats and deep box 
pieal. Ill grry only. 

Sixe» 12 lo 18. 17.85 



Self-Serve firocery Speeialt for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 



•'Monarch” Cardigans of plain 
and napped Botany wool. 
l.,ong sleeves and lilted waist- 
hand. In pink, yellow, pow- 
der, navy and dark green. 

Sizes 36 to 42. 5.B5 



PURB STRAWBERRY JAM 
Aylmer, 

4-lb, tin 



MINT JELLY, 
Landon's, I2-oz. 



jCAMAPIAN 

SARDINES 

’ IN mi 



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NO. 18 <>— M.NKTIEIH YK\K 



VKrrOKIA, lUMTISH COU .MItl V, i>r .\l)AV, JH.Y 11, l«>t8 

(.ompele in Doubles Final Today 



SportM Fixiurei* 
I'oday, Tomorrow 

TOOAT 

GOLT 

• M • ■ s-.-.T Iwnior i^lf 

ViocubJii 0«1 B«r 0*U CiOb. 
laOOTIMG 



Blow >rrit*h Kiiiulr. 



Virloriaii*^ IMac*- Firs! in Trial-* For 
OI\ni|>i(> — Tram .\o( \el (:ii08rii 

VERDUN. Quf . Juljr 10 tcpi -Two kc*iu df fefttmg Thon an 
, dlvini bertlu on Canada'* 10-mem- The l*o wui» qualllted h 
her OI>Tnplr aaimmmf aquad need . Olympio benii. 
onl, ctflrl.1 ooiJlr.n.Uon tomih. Th, M„nlr»1 m 

D' Ororp Mh.m, V.Dcou- 

vcr, and Mrs, Marjorie Courliand. 5^,1^ the three-metre I 
Momre^ won Uiree-metrra «nd , tower divUig e.enU. The 
lower diving eventa in (Inal trial* ^ ^ual (or a Olympic d.v* 

The Vaneouver doctor -^red The 1M.4 mark aet 
119 114 pouita m the tower diving | 0, Victoria In 

ejent to deleat Leopold Vlgeam 
Montreal and Don Thon. Sa^ka- 

tocn. Later, he .oumed Ux f,ir\y hernia yt^t^uiay. 

polniA m the three-melre board, 



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U» Tire *( Brenlwomt Artt L'ppcr 
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kIrK nua.twr «t Fpiitain C»U. 
l,<p*er Victer.4 Wan, LAnitora •» 
OarriMO. Wcr: Fotnt 

pm aeninr ■' 

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otf -I Tpppan. Cenifpt Fprp Hn 1 

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mAPtBALL 

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^ 40 p m Ben 1 Bomber* v* ni. 
par A Na* tai.ior pbipiaurt. Mpr- 
donpM Firh. 



ager Alan Strange, landed on 
Blankeuahip for three more nina In 
the alghth arvd aenl In ihttlr Anal 
ipalr off Bill Hannaen In the ninth. 
^Loaera at leaat had the aatUfacUon 
of forcing Strange to uae three of 
hla ahoit-handed mound alaff. Nlnu 
BamUe. who took over from Conant 
m the aeventh, walked the flrat 
three men In the ninth and Lloyd 
Hittle waa called In. He whiffed 
Kublak and Palmer and forced^Wil- 
aon to ground Into a force-out* ' 

KAhPy BREC/ES IN | 

The daylight future waa a braete ! 
for Len Kasparorttch. who waltaed ’ 
through tn gain hlA ninth win. ' 
ing hu ahutout In the eighth when ; 
PVank Voipi poled one over the 1 
fence. 

'Ihe A'p pecked away at Keith ’ 
Simon, who waa triing for hla Jiihi 
victory and took hla fifth aetback | 
Inatead. Sal Recca announced hla , 
return to acUnn witli a home run 
in the aecond. Wllaon'a double, a' 
hit baUman. paaaed ball, a walk, 
a bunt and a fielder a choice aent | 
after two I 



Calgarv Shot 

C J 

Gels Possible 



BISLEY CAMP, Eng . Ju!> 10 <4» 
—Canadian markamen today failed 
to reach the top In the DonegaM 
Ch-‘*rnge Cup. Aral major event of 
the Empire of the National 

RlAe As.*>'“-'-f‘" • which Winds up a 
wf*k henc- with the King's Pri"' 
The DonrgaU called for ten ihoA* at 
:.t- and Ave Brliuh ahou 
up In a lie for the cup and 
cold hfldge with hlghees poattbla 
•r- of 50 polnta. They Till phool 



f>i/ v rJpvpn 
Trims Reds 

VANCOUVER. July 10 'CFi 
••‘■•er City made abort w 



Box Scores 



VANCOUVER. J^y 10 iCFj Van- 
courrf Cz-'--— tonlgh: r=iiif from 
behind In tlie laat half of the 12th 
Inning to edge the leading Tar 

Tiger* took the after 



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the aeml-Anal rnund of the Dornln* 
:nn ^--cer i-:.mpetit*on <BC Sec- 
iloiM here today bv blanking Uw 
rteda 4-0 before nearly 3.000 fan* 
Tl>e r'lfyv 5.J victory cl iwat 
Saturday was ttrdered replaced by 
Ihe amuh C-ivlumbla Soccer Com- 
ml *:on. who ruled that the Oreen- 
shlru' Joe Jankovlrh waa Ineligible 



lAer shoot—for the right to medala 
qualifying marlLMnen t'' aniu-l In the 
L>>neaaU Itself next year ^gt Mar- 
tin OsleTT=5rd of Calg-r-.. mH a 
member of the nfllrlal Canadian 
tram. 



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I Ailed the baaeo un a single, walk aod I C 

error. Tom Rafferty came through uf the double-header 8-5 

with a pinch two-nm alngle and' 0*fhh Setter* 350-foot home run 
George ainxled In the third run. of the rjih gave 
Klnch drove In the Anal tally in the but Vancouver 

b«iftom of the ninth. I loaded the baaea on two walks aod 

R II- E, I* batter and aet the stage for 
Timber Service 1 19 j'-f®** Kaney'* alngle to centrrAeld 

Navy IO0 99«93l^ 8 g ' g*me 

Batteries — King and -MHlIken ’ »Uniug pitcher. 

Klnch and WoaUey. charged with the After 



3 e a « 1 1 Timber Service IZ 4 .359 

i 0 1 i I e fNtuglaa Tire 18 4 .314 

^ a * 0 4 0 nrrntwood Are* 8 « .5*1 

FI I 4 M n 3 niaebird Cabp 4 it ^50 

r ” T o' T ^ 

I t I I B n Nett game, lemormw: liooglAA 

4 I I 3 ft 0 Tire VP. Brrntwoad Aees. I pper 

4 0 1 3 0 0 Cenlrai. 4:45 p.m. 



ored a pr_i:ibe 50 H: inp 
mar'p waa equalled by P A. Pazey 
of Australia. D E Cawley of lA>n- 
doll. Eng . and Sqdri -Ldr R A 
Wf4>d of the ft A.P. 

L-edlng Canadiana in (he Done- 
gall proper were Pit. Tommy 
Orrr>ry of Samt Jnim. and Lieut 
Rtchard Blorrar of ^vronio with 48 
The veienuj Pgl Alec Parnell of 
Verdun. Que . scored 43. Score* of 
48 were shown by Sgt W. E Oeurite. ’ 
Winnipeg, c.^M Norman McLeod 



YAKIMa. Waah . July 10 iJFi -- 
In a determined effort to lift tlie 
Yakima Packers out of the Western 
Tnlematloruil league cellar. Dick 
Richard*. Parker bualnrta manager, 
announced the acqiiiaitinn of three 
new player* laat night. 

Pitcher B«»b Pirark waa traded 
lo Bremerton for Snag Moore, third 
baaemait. and Catcher Joe PagUa. 
who waa with the Jacketa In 1946 
It waa a straight trade deal and nc, 
money waa involved, aald Rlchardi ! 

Tlw Packers al»i> algned Wally 
Krnmer, a free agent 



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in two In the fourth 
slnglea and a aacrlflcc had scored 
j another alngleton in the third. The 
A'a made giy>d uae of ihelr hits 
to wind up their acorlng efforta 
with alngle runa In the fifth and 
I sixth. 

PROrST TO PACE CAPA 
After gaining ground by winning 
ten. tying one and loalng alx ofiVicionp 
, their 17 gamea against the W,I L'a ^ 

(wo top clubs, the A'a now tangle kptppra 
with the fourUi-place Vancouver 1^^ f'i; 
ICapllanoH for a “olid week. The two ^ 

cluhs open a three-game aerlea here I* j,t 
tomorrow and then awltch to Van- 1 
couver for four games starting on { -iwh 
Tliurwlay. Jim Propal will face the mpp^'f 
• rownlaa In the aeriaa opener. 



"•i the grounds he had participated 
111 the Seattle Sc=crr League under 
an assumed name 

Tlve Greenihlru will meet St. 
Amtreln. Dominion rhampa In 1947- 
44 season. In the first game of a 
beni-of-three aeries on Wednesday 
night foe the right to travel east in 
■ queat^f the Canadian crown 

The winner* encountered luila 
trouble today In lopping a badly- 
df'-Tganlxed North flhor. club, and 
for the moai part toyed with tlte 
Reds 

Ered Whitlaker *r<>rrd the hai- 
trtek while Brian Philley uUled the 
other goal for winner*. 



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3 4 I Timber - rrvice wound up If 194S 
_* ? __ '•tilar *'A" ooftball le fue *!hrdu> 
t? 13 3 list night by tiimming the N-. . 
(00 0)4 i - ^ Victory moved the Tlmtrrmen 
4 A full game ahead of the cind- 
.. j- place Douglas Tire nine and - - 'rq 
rt i. _^r them no Wijrse than a lie sliould the 
‘'Lrf'Tr Tlremen wWi their renuilnltK ‘-v... 

contevu Tlie SaUvr*, with iw.. 
>1 M game remaining, mavt win at le 
kp**!r' a pUy-f'ff for the Ana; 

a^rotr Ipost-aeason play-off berth. 

I t* fpi- ' Bluejackets opened the ~-'~rtng in 
l^tkpnpr'^^ Arxt Inning on twu walks, an 
I error and George KInrh'i alngle | 



T»ui» 



Army ar:d Navy VeU will meet 
Ladysmith In an exhibition senior 
B' doubleh'‘ader at Central Park 
til* afternoon. First game wUl start 
at 2 p m and the second ac 4 p m 
T ••• teams eplH a pair of game* at 
Ladysmith laat Sunday. 



who won alx 
and lost seven with the Spokane 
Indians last season Kramer, who 
Is from ToppenlJh. was the main- 
stay on the Washington Stale Col- 
lege. northeni divui.jn champions 
iMt season 



In the Do;-..,: ” Qualifier, Osier- 
Kaerd waa followed by Major A E 
Qormley, Charlntirtown. and Oapt 
R W. Hampton. Ottawa, wUh 48. 



»lxUi inning Prank Higgin* started 
for Vancouver but waa knocked out 
In Uie third inning and relieved by 
Larry Manier, 



County Cricket' 

LONDON. July 18 



Reuter*' 

jCounty cricket clnee-of-p|*y score 
, Icda.- • 

Kent, Arst loe, Surrej 

lOrvi Innings. 3 Ao for three 

Sui.--- . Aral Inning*. 200 for four 
HampeJUre to bat. 

Middlesex. And Innings. ^19 
Vork-Hjre. nr;* Innlnev. sa tnr 



Tacoma 122 100 100— 4 IS 2 

Vancouver 021 20000 -C- 12 j 
Batteries: Gleason. BrlUheart 'g- 
and Roui; Klggina. Manier <3t and 
Brenner. 

R H E 
000 102 010 001 —5 13 J 

021 200 000-5 12 2 

Clary. Laanr <12) and' 
Costello and Warren. 



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Vancouver 
Batteries 
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MONTREAL, July 10 <F) -- *lT»e three-quarter* of Uta distance. 
YaiimiaJ track and Aeld commlttei I u;. oppcwluon into the ground and 
>1 the Amateur Athletic Aa»oclaUoii; Anlshed in good cxmdiilon. Hla 
onlght announced Uie names of 18 time wa.4 15 41.8 

■d for tlw Don Bcott McEwen. the 19-year- 
Oltaww Olrbe Collegiate boy. 
kept well on Salmond's heeli until 
jUte Anal tap and then collapaed 125 
I yard! from the Anlsh. He was 
I carried from the track 

Prom far back rame 8elw>n Jones 
of Hamliton. Oni . to grab second 
Iplacr with a neat little sprint Paul 
Po*cw;f Toronto We=,t-Djd Y. " took 
I third, welt back of Jane:. 
SEN.-14TIONAL R.Af i; 

The race was c™ of tJw moat 
fli larndon. Ont , Ernie aensatiunal of the early part of to- 
rl>. Calgary: Don PeUie.|daya windup of tfw two-day ahov. 
Done McKarlanr. of the After the Aeld sorted itself out. It 
of Wroiern Ontario. 8Uli*f»a B*’** Plerr> of tlie University 
ancouver; Jack Hgtchlna.|(f< BrKlth Columbia. Batmond and 
• Bd H^unlger, Vancou-; McEwen After tiiey had gone about 
N* Coy. Winnipeg. began dropplr- steadily bock 

nrnnio. L Roinlue. fiud-|MWf Anally quit the race Raimond 
. Bill LaroelwUe of the!*''(l AfrEwen then Jogged steadily 
of Wrslem Ontario; I th* Ottawa boy only a few 



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mr.T and .-ight girls 
Canadian Olywplo Game* track and old 
Aeld team. 

The 18-man learn la; 

Marathon— Gerard Cote. St Hya 
clnth. Qi:-- . Waller Pedorich, Kamil 
ton. Ont : Lloyd Evani. Montreal. 

'IVack and Aeld vith«wit ^ny dU' 



Ju4t what does an athlete have to do to earn a berth on the 
Canadian Olympic team? Another chapter In the long history 
or the Ineptitude of Dominion Olympic ofllclaU waa written 
ycjterday when they decided CIKT Salmond waa not good enough 
to represent hla country at London In the IMA Olympiad. 

The announcement waa little abort of amazing In view of 
Balmond't recent accompllahmenta. The young Victorian holds 
ihe Canadian two and three-mile records and on July 1 broke 
the Canadian record in the 5,000 metrei. set 16 yearn ago by I 
Bcotty Ranklne, one of the greatest distance ninnen Canada haa 
produced. e 

Yesterday Balmond won the 5.000-meire event in the Olympic' 
irlala at Montreal In easy fashion. The heat waa ao great that at' 
least one runner coUapied and It waa hardly gurprUlng that the 
time waa not too good. It waa because of thla that officials | 
decided that he did not merit a place on the aquad selected for \ 
the London trip. 

No consideration was given for the fact that Salmond haa 
proven he ran run the distance well below Uie standards set by 
the Olympic Committee. Out the window go months of rlgoroua 
training and other sacrtnccs for an athlete who gave up a lot to 
represent his country. 

Salmond's la not an Isolated case. There have been many 
before him and there will probably bt many others If the Olympics 
continue to be held unless there is a change in the manner in 
which teams ace selected. ^ 

financing and equipping of an Olympic team is ■omethlng 
which should be done by either Provincial qr Federal Oovemmenta| 
or both. Yet every four years there Is the same plea for money , 
from the public. Canada's Olympic team represents Canada and 
all of Canada should share the coat. aeMr^V^ttn* 

Much of the fault must lie at the door of Olympic ofnciala xivSiTewM** 
or those responsible for appolnUng them. Moll sports are put In , 

charge of men with a sports background but when the Olymplca{I’***•sr^^- 
roll around. It seems to be a pollUcaJ mlHter ’* *'*'’*'"* 

The long lists of Olympic vice-presidents and other offlclals 
is well manned by "big " namea, who have only a passing Interest 
tn the athletes at best but apparenUy flgure that the prestige la 
worth the little elTort they pul forth Perhaps If the whole thing 
was turned over to the coaches and those who have a real Interest 
things might ^hange. It haa long been the thought of this 
corner and many others that the Olympic Games sre too much 
of a •~<tal event and not enough of an athleUe show. 

Hnrulom Horrest 



000 018 002 - 9 10 

Yakmis 001 003 000—4 9 i 

Batterie*: Saltxman and Stunipf 
DnUlng. Kittle <6'. Freeman <7 
•od Tomay. 



Eivi, Artt InAlngft. 219; Ni '.i 
jhanuhiri', Arvi Inning*, one for r 
j Bomerwt, Ar»t inninga, 356. i 
jwlrkahtre to bat 
I Oloucestenhlre, ftrit Inning* 
jfor Ave; lAncashlre to bat. 

Derby*hlre. Brst inninp. 

1 Wor:.:^UT>h)re. Arit InnUigi. 51 



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Batteries Cronin and Dalrymple 



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latiro otirbfr n'knk»n*hl» Ba:ir *' — 
sbl C«m«d run# «lt CsnsM 4 Bar .i:? 
S Hlltl* 4 aUnkanahlp 4 HariMon 3 
4. Hilt alt C;n»*U 3 4 r«M In 

tn 4 13 ;rt«ln(« Bamitr. 4 and 0 runt in 
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ant 3 Barntta I Blap«tn*Mp I Ham-trn I 
Nil kf piUhtr Bami44 ar tps'it L#fi «p 

bain Brtmfr:.?^ tO. V''»ria O Has'* 

ran* Bafni T*' )iit* lUa- 

nt. ftamrnff arntrtrN KuMak. 

Niin* kaittn in Bami-aft arnatvh 3 Naoni 



TVagan, Cordcl] t9 



and ^eel> 



Five f and Ei-RAF marked 
up v'‘**orlev tn the Greater Victoria 
Cricket A.vtoci*uon's match** yev 
ierda>'. The Churchmen 
Oak Bay In a clone and 
match at Windsor P«r' t.‘. 
a score 
Ex-n.— 1 



ij-ain rirsi uivision 
Bosox Blank A’s, Yanks Win 



deff'ted 
^xcitlny 
nning by 

of 57 to 48 Mrxnwhlle. the 
0 edged Albk^n* at Naden 
saorlng 110 for m en wlrkeU sgalrp- 
Albion* 109 all ouL I 

Oc** Bsy baited first aod had^ 
LTMiihie with the bTfWitng. only three 
men reaching double figures Flvr 
C' had th« same difficulty sgainot 
the otesdy Oak Bay bowling but 
■ -'tge Parrr with 22 and Tom' 
MrKearhie with a - auUous 14 paved 
wsy to a herO-fought win 
Oe-irge and Jark Payne *lisr:.i hr.-5- 
ing honor* for Five C'r wtUi four 
,for 23 and five (or 23, ren'“'‘*‘i'ely i 
•4 M Harrison was the most our-efisful 

41 31 ’ll j4j! *"’**'*’ wi.*eu' 

(4 44 M 330 (or 20 ruHA 

arTaai Dsvlsoti and Cnrbin, opening haw 
Hbitac.*: uotur for Alblooi, Bcorcd 48 r between 
r»r*iHb,*. *4 remaining baUroen fared 

before th* bowling of Neal 
iHonai taaru*- ahd Scott. Ouular>dlni bat and 
•ibw 13 Miuui ^ Kx-RAF.'a Albert Jag 

” ger. whn earned hla bat Ln 35 rum 

The word "commando" Is of Par*' locluding six boutifSarir 
tugueoe origin, though Ant generally, Untvcraity School tnoog* defrate#) 
used by the Dutch-deaoended Bom Royal Canadian Navy. 141-28. ' 



^7 Tbe Canadian Pres* 

The Brooklyn Dodgers today 
Imr .ed Into the first dlvuKm m the 
|Nau..ii^ I>**Ct>e pennant race for 
the fini time aince mid-May 

Leo Durocher'a defending cham- 
pion* frour-ed the OianU, 15-10. 
and t:-'i; over fourth place from 
the •tumbllns New Yorker.. 

Trailing 8-5 going Into the aer 
iTziU inning. n»e Dodge-,- sugrd 

rfvcn-njn rally to clinch the de- 
-““■Si. Jark^f Robinson highlighted 
the uprioing with a Ihree-run 
homer. 

Big BUI Vt'!#e!le hurled Uw top | 
pl»*^ P^r.tnn Braves to a 4-1 win 
oier the Phliv— before a 25.022 



Johnny Undell singled with Ui. 
loaded and none out in the 
tenth Inning lo -park rtw New York 
Yankce.4 to a 'z-Z victory over the 
Waihington Senator*. 

The blow drove m (wo runa and 
enabled Vic Raarhi, who began Uir 
frame with a walk, to laln hR lOUi 



Bill Nkholooa. who homered to 
beat the Pittsburgh Plrate» 



yester- 

^y. came through again for the 
':nicago Cub* with a triple that 
came with two male* aboard tn 
the - ghlh Inning for a 4-2 victory 
and two straight In the aerie* 

In the American League. Jack 
Kramer, who 



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appear* to have fo and 
hinwelf after a slow surt with the 
[Bf;-: r. Red won hki aeventh 
iraikiil gaow today ahutilng out 
(he Philadelphia Athletics, 4-0. 
Tlf.ITT IN C LITCHES 

The U>rmer world aeriaa ace of 
the 81 l“- lir Browns gave up 10 
hit/, b)»» was :>ht In the dutches 
and - ■ J off a haif-doaen bud- 

ding rain--; by the AthleUce lo 
v- fe hti otnth victory agaloft three , 
J?v j.ising. the A'a dropped a I 
helf-gmnM behind Ural plane deve- ! 
' Und. I 

Th* Oetndt Tigers a^red early ! 
and ihea heM on tl/ii agaiiMt| 
numaroua Chicago While Sfri 
thrwiu to win their sixth ball ! 
Is a mw, 8-4. 

U wftj one of the fuuie ' 

game* of the year for the Sox, They i 
■lada n hlU. received alx tawaae on 
aeUo and profltad twice by Tiger! 
envr* But arorlng only four ttmw. I 
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MONTREAL. July 10 rPi-Mex- 
Ico’s Darla team today moved 
into th* Anal* of the North Ameri- 
can ton* competltlona by defeating 
Canada four matchai to on* 

Zn (he laat match of the day tn 
Mnntreal'k Mount Royal Tensla 
Club. FrancUro Guerrero of Mrvim 
defeated Vaneouverli Walt Stohl- 
berg. 12-10, V2, ft-1. U» give the 
LaUn.' their fourth victory In the 
eeml-Bnal tic. 

Guerrero poUahed off th* Cana- 
dian after hi* t4amxaate. Armando 
Vega had mad* a Mexicao victory 
certain by deteaiint Canada's Henri 
Rochem tn straight seta, ft-1, ft-2 
and 9-3. 

EarUcr the 



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the 100.000 figure within etsy reach. Vancouver reporU ftate 
that wedding brlU wlU ring for Art Chapman in the naar future 
Alex Cftimthen of The Colonist sports tUfT is another who has 
deiMded to lake the marital plunge . : Sal Recca's hotnt ruti and 
double yesterday were hla first evtra-basa blows for a month and 
Manager Ted Norbert hopes that they slgnaltae an outbreak of 
hUUng by the burly catcher Recca hits the ball harder than any 
man on the club and his punch can be oaed. . . The Atbletlet have 
won II out of Ihelr last 21 home games, which explain'^- tbeir 
climb from aeventh to third p!ig*e . Ja* Devlaa, chief Weet 
Coaat scout for the New Tort Vankeei, waa expected here tomorrow 



Canadiar ?.■* eien greater than 
when be defeated Canada * hrenden 
Marker) Thurw*-y 

Ouerrere broke the Ar»( set rirint 
wlUi atohlberg m the 21*1 game 
, when he won after the count had 
rearhed deure He raptured the 
0*4. 13-10. by taking the next game 
on hla aervlce. 

TTie Mexican ■ ' <:hed th* aeMmd 
**l by whipping through th* Pighih 
game with th* kaa of only i.r.? 
point tn the third. Ouerrero kxit 
only one p~hJ )1 in the aevenUYgame 
and brok* thmigh Stohiberg'o = 
to win the 04 9-1 and the match. 
U-IO. ft-2. a-l , 

Mexleo'e beam wUI mcei Uw wm- i 
ner of the AuAUalla-Caba matchm. I 



Afkt record to fall was the 
'I 400-metr* relav, A quar- 
d TehbeK.e. fr^'”. British Coiombia cracked 
R H E ll-ytar-otd mark at 491 

100 001 002— 4 11 by going the dhtanoe In 

miouoix- 9 II 2 ^ ' J* The Ontario team to 
Haynes, Oillmpte Ht.lae o a nd piaas. wHh a Ume of 49 
Orov; 111 and RoWo-|*"<'**^ lUL also bettered Uw r«<Med 
Trmit. Houtteman •§• and gAl.wnND ai'Pma j 

190000106* * 12 ti> fan was UkfW 

•!:S!S;.2 ? 

Beachi and Nlarho. u 

'* broiling rjn and was clorked 



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mateh In the Ave-maleh sertm 
Vega'S victory oetr Hoctoin blast- 



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makific him at laaat amonc the 



Sion 



After Aussies All Out for 221 



tcp two or three Id the Dominion 

In dinancc runnlnc. 

Humber eould m« no rwaaon why 

a nrvt 'place and Canadian 

record holder such aa Saimond 

wlaMMlor k r»ua« M ^ khould be left oO when other aUi- 
k r«iuid >1 , . ^ . . 

bwi 1‘lelac wbo plaoe eecood or third In 

u k Edoch !• yeeterday'a recee were picked for 

MhkfMk. b aedwT « 

k a«d««r J the team. 



A oar driven nc^ on Quadra 
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daU Avenue, was In colllalon with a 
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MANdUSTCR. England. July 10 
■lleutera) —England had acored 174 
runs for threa wlckeU in the aecond 
Innings at cloae of play today in 
the third Teat cricket match agaijut 
Auatralla. 

Tile Engliah aide went in lo bat 
the aecond time after the vlaltora 
were diamiaaed for a firat-inniugB 
aeore of 331. The Engliah fliat in- 
nlnga aoora waa 363. 



At Montreal 



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one wicket by the tea Utierval. 

The Auaaiea atruck back quickly 
when England'a aecond 



3 Oaiaiw. 3 UanUMt Oiraialc TIaM 
«a T 'n** c'*nadl4n lecerd. racerd 
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w»»*b‘« ki(b j«wa totraaM lUkdAid 
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Wo««it » ductu uit&w lOIrmMC •t«od*rd 
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w«rt«l«. Moiiu4*l liticarj. Olaiaac* H 
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9, Ooua K*binMa. v*nrout«r T«n* lia 

M4f>‘« taa-mrir* hM'i m>r»« t« d^iidlUr 
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R Wfllai*n V*nt*urrr >. Ria* MuarM, 
WcOUl 3 Omri* MrPTiBlt. OlU** TIOM 
33 t S4cond hf*> t. J*«k P*rr>. t)nl*4r- 
•itr <•( w«it*m OniAtl* 3 Brnl* UcCtJ- 
lAUdh. C*lt*rr J. P4I* R«Mn*ftn. Me* 
out Tun* 114 Third h**v-l. Don 
r*uj» C*if*rr. 3 WiUr Al*«*nd#r. V*o- 
Muv*r. 3. Jim»f O trwit. Toronio Tl»4 

WofTin • 3*a iB*Ur*. h4*« <thr«* l« 
duality'. lOtrmptr *i*nd*rd I*#' Flr»i 



innings At I ltt1|SSIOI1 

opened. After CyrU Waahbrook had i *1^ v/lllink. 14711 

hit Ray Lindwall a aecond ball for • ' . > 

alngia to leg. George Emmett anicked | ai | .gw. Wfiaio 
at the next, an out-swlnger. Wicket- V*1 Villy L’ldl 
keeper Don TaUou anapped up a • 

great right-hand catch juat off the Terming the omlaalim of CUff 
ground Salmond from tbe Canadian 

But waahbrook and Bill Edrlcli Olympic track team "iinbeU.vahk 
were at Uielr beat and by the tea 0“ “l*»* W* perf^. 

Interval the pair had added 66 in 97 »*»«•** 'kkria Coach 

mlnutea lo give England a lead of Homber tent a hurried wire 

399 runa. ^ night In an effart 

. , to have Haimond Included on the 

Waahbrook ahowed a welcome ag- ■" 

greaalve aptrlt and reached hia 50. 

including eight foura In 76 mlnulea Thoroughly diaappelnled on 
Hr had one eacape at 31 when Lind* hearing the newt, tfurnber, who 
aay Haaaett failed to Uke what •»" Ofor Canada in tbe 1938 
looked like a eerUln calch. Olympic*, aaid he fdred ArdWo 

The Aualraiian eleven loot their McKinnon In Monkoal. aakl^ 

laat throe wlckeia for 19 nma In 30 Wm ♦<* *“**' P"^ »« ^ 

pjjjjyjp, ■ team If poaalble. Hla rcprnacs (or 

8«n Lo.«u, cmu«, . tain ** 

to th. boimoor,. n. out 1-n tl« non I ^ 

onr with Ih. tout .t 301. H. h.d •“■“■''P**”' 

batted with great akUl for 75 minuteaj Salraond, one of the flneat dU- 
In hla ftral Tait match agalnat Eng- . l**w* turned oat here. 

captured tbe 5.906-iaelra event In 
the Olympic track and field trial* 
at .Montreal yeflerday. 

The rare waa given precedence 
m the Canadian Preaa report, which 
ran a “auperh race 
319 and two runa later. In the aame'un^^ 4 broiling aun." He ran the 

oppoaiUon Into the ground with 
such effect that Don McEwen of 
OtlawB, who waa aecond at the 
time, rollapeed m the final lap and 
had to be carried off the track. 

Only eacuae for SaUnond being 
left off the team in Humber's view 
waa the fact that ho ran the db- 
aUnce in 15 minutes 41.9 eeconda. 
slightly over the Olympic atandird 
of 15:35.0. but still prstseworthy con- 
sidering the heat 

‘ In winning. Salmond aet a new 
Canadian record of 15:05 for three 
miles, which la some yarda ahorter 
It waa one of 



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WASHINGTON. July 10 u6^.— 
New York Yankee Manager Buck; 
Karrla blasted Bobby Peller'a with- 
drawal from the all-star game to- 
day and at the same time said that 
hla star centre-fielder. Joe Dt- 
Magglo. bothered with heel InJurlM. 
would see acUon. 

Harris, when Informed that Peller. 
Cleveland Indian star. 



had wiUi- 
drawn from the classic at 8t. Louis 
next Tuesday said that In case ha 
ever had opportunity to handle an 
ali-atar team again he would never 
pick PeUer at one of hia pitchers. 

In Cleveland. Tribe offlclala aaid 
Peller had suggested he be replaced 
because he was scheduled to pitch 
against 8t. 



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The London Life has 
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Louis tomorrow. A 
spokesman for the American League 
•aid that Right-hander Joe Dobson 
of the Boston Red Box alU replace 
PeUer. 

DiMaggto is numng two lame 
heels. In addition hla knees are 
bothering him. 



land. 

BiU Juhnaioo waa miaaed by 
Wicket-keeper Godfrey Evans la the 
same over without addition But 
after Ray Lindwall had acored (our 
off Alex Bedacr. he lifted a catch at 1(4(4^ Salmnnd 



over. Johnalon was caught brilliantly 1 
at second slip ! 

It wu AustraUa'a lowest innlngsl 
.•sore of tha pessant ssriaa. Aua-I 
United BUtes cover jKrme 30.400.000 , tralU won the first two matches nfj 

the current series of five. 



City Net Fituils Today; 
Parker Ousted in Sewh 



FOR 

FALLING AND BUCKING 



Trial Results 
In Swimming 

Men's 400-yvd Ires atyls <Bnal. 
1, Allan Ollchnst. Ocean Palls. B C.; 
3. Jamsg Portelaoce. Ocean Palls. 
B.C.: 3. Nick Stobbert, Montreal. 
Time 4:44 03. 

Women's 400-yard free style <fl> 
nalc I. Vivian King. Winnipeg; 3. 
Kay MeNamce. Vancouver; 3. Joan 
Mount. Mouueal. Time 6:19.4 (new 
Quebec rreord’. 

Men's 100-yard free style 1 final': 
1. Peter Salmon. Victoria; 3. Eric 
Jubb, Victoria; 3. Luclen Beaumont. 
Quebec City. Time M 6 
Women's 100-yard free style 
(final' : 1. Irena 6(rong. Victoria; 
3. Catherine Miles. London, Ont ; 9. 
Margaret Hartngton. Toronio Time 
1 06 0. 

Men's 100-yard backitroke > final* : 
I, Peter Umgie. Monireal; 3. Eric 
Jubb. Victoria, 3. Ted Wilson. Van- 
couver. Time 1 .05 0 « new Quebec 
record*. 

Mena SOO-ysrd free style relay 
(finsh: 1. British Columbia. Team 
**B" ‘Erie Jubb, Victoria, Dick Bow- 
den. Victoria. Oeorge Knight. Van- 
couver; James Portelaoce. Ocean 
PalU>. 

3. Quebec Team (Gilbert Young, 
Montreal; Charles Oalleua. M^t- 
real. Luclen Beaumont, Quebec; 
Peter Mingle. MenUesl'. 

Duquallfisd was the winning 
team — the Brliuh Columbia Team 



The Victoria City Lawn Teams 
championships doss this afternoon 
at tbe Willows with final matches 
scheduled In all events except the 
women's doubles. Pinsl round of> 
the tatter event waa run off Friday 
with Patlsofls Blrley and Bessie 
Wilson winning with a 3-9. 6-3. 6-1. 
victory over Peggy Jackson and 
Beryl Keym. 

Men's singles final, scheduled for 
1M5 today, brings together accond-l 
seeded Bernard Mllledge and fourth-1 
seeded Carl Brand Brand ad-l 
vaiicod to the*laal round yasterdayi 
with a 6-3. 6-0 victory over Jack^ 
Parker Mllledge reached the final < 
round with a 6-4. 9-7 win over^ 
third-.veoded Ron MUchell 

Battling for the womeo'i ainglea 
title will be first-seeded Pat Cowan 
and second • seeded Anna Peden 
Miss Cowan woo her aeml-finaJ 
match from Bsaale Wilson. 6-4. 6-1. 1 
while Mias Peden put out Otlllan^ 
Gort-Langton, f-S. 6-3 

Top - seeded Mllledge and Dave 
Williams reached the men's doubles 
final with a 6-3, 8-6 win from 
Harold Sinclair and Ronnie Mtt-i 
cheU in a match that waa a gaiicry- 
pleaasr. The favorttss swept through 
the first ■•(. but were within one 
point of losing the second before 
they prevailed in the lith game 

MeanwMlIe. Jim McArthur and 
Carl Brand were having thsir 



jthan 5.000 metres 
oiUy three records broken during 
the two-day meet. 

In addition, Humber pointed out 
that fiaimond broke the 16-year-old 
Canadian record for the distance by 
setting a mark of !S;33 3 in sooe 
' trials at Vancouver laat week. 



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Title Fi^ht Deader Than Dead Sea 
Despite Radio I 

Br JOHN LARlisEK 
WIiAt brauUful quality la CNit of 
place In th« priae ring? You tucased 
It. PhUauLbrupy. Thii ibougbl oc- 
curred very euddenJy lo Joe LouU in 
ti)^ ireent ehampionahlp bout, after 
he had cherlabrd the health of the 
peraoo called Jersey Jue Walcott fori 
ten horribly humane rouiula. 

"Wltat am I doing tbli for?** the 
champion api>eared to art himaelf 



a conrlct butting out of San Queo 
Un. He U atlU undelealeid. 



(iyrlinw (!lub to Mrrt 

The Victoria Cycling Club will 
hold lla regular meeting tomorrow 
evening at IIM Tepaa Avenue. All 
membert are requested to attend. 

Allan Junes act a nem' record bi 
time trials for the aeaauu when ha 
circled the one-mile oval at Beacon 
Hill Park on Pnday m 3 29 Natu-y 
Beecher aaaiu lowered Uve women a 
mark with a time of 3 49 



lIUkaMd Sj Tb* a«U SjrnetMU. Inc 
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SAA.SH tlTON bOFTBAlX 
Pengum Cafe, of the Victorta and 
Dlatrlct Senior "B" Softball League, 
will meet Saanichton in an exhibi- 
tion double-header at Saanichton 
this afternoon and eveiilrtg. First 
game Will Man at 2 o'clock and the 
aecnnd at 7 o rlock. 



Dick Morgan. Babe Jensen and 
Archie Wilson provided the puiKh 
at the plate last week as the Vic- 
toria Athletics moved up in the 
WJ L. standings. 

Morgan bait-^1 at r; ehn 
pick up Lou KubUk. who UUed off 
from his pace uf the previous two 
weeks. The capable catcher picked 
up 10 hiu--several of them In the 
dutch— In 23 trips at»d borhted hia 
average to .369. only one point below 



ship on percentage, but the relief 
artist, whoae record remained un- 
changed cams through with a pair 
of fine performances to save games. 
One of them was the game that 
Priipst woa 

Averages, including Fnday’s game 
against the Bremerton Bluefackets, 
follow: 

AB R II RMl AV. 
Hllaon . 3&S M 129 72 Mi 



went nimbly through the ropes 
without touching them with his 
feet, which may mean he la In shape 
to win the title. Mr Braddock did 
the same thing, which seems to 
mean nothing at all. Mr Tunney 
ahadoa -boxed with the strands a 
while, then fought them tor a 
couple of lively rounds, and finally 
broke through by main force, like 



Walcott Is Bu business of mine. In 
fset. It Is bad for my bi^sineas. ' 

8o he ended the iruee which the 
[ two gentlemen had observed with 
I sporadic vlolaUons by Walcott for 
^2S rounds in ail. beginning last De-| 

I oember 5. He did U in a manner 
I becoming a great champion, too. It' 
was a characteristic Louis aassult 
It msy very wrll have been the lakt 
one he had left In his senescent 
anatomy. 1 hope he will nut expoae 
himself to the test again. He has 
premised not to, and 1 hooor hli 
word. If Joseph goes back on it. wc' 
irlU all be well advised to*cut him 
dead on Piccadilly, as a mule~and 
aafe— gesture of disapproval. 

There was perhaps mure In tliU 
last title defence of Louis' than met 
the eye (Uiere couldn't have been 
Irn, for the Ural ten roundai 
heaiTl U argued root) after the fighi 4un tiMng over two fl&h and a bowl 
that Walcott was on his way to of fruit. 

•uecoss until he got knocked out. correspondent made a few 

that he blew Ills chance through n^ies at the ringside Mr 

recklessnec.'. in the legendary land Harry Balogh, the announcer, wore 
mythlcali manner of Billy Conn. » white dinner Jacket suiuble Itr 
That U sheer gammon, aa Dr. John- bivouacking the Coldstream Guards, 
son used to say. Reckless Is not a Rising to new heights of eloquence, 
word they will ever carve on the he said demurely “May the arm of 
Walcott, born the belter participant be elevated 



ralmer 22f 92 192 S4 412 

HaJasil . . 321 79 IS 44 477 

KubUk . . 239 52 99 42 2S9 

WsUeth 42 5 II U 492 

Bureela 229 24 99 22 459 

Recra 242 23 92 27 .259 

Gilmers . 75 15 IS 12 .?99 
ToUJ bases. Wlbrnn 221, Palmer 
199. Jensen 149, Ralasaf 124. KubUk 
115, Recra 99. Burv-oU 91. 

Home Runs: WIImb 12, Palmer 
12. BaUaai 9, Rerra 9, Jeosea 4. 

Triples: Wllseo II. BureeU 9. 
Jeosen 7. Palmer 5. Ralaasl 4. 

Doubla: Palmer 21. Jensen 29. 
KubUk II. WUsoB 17. BaUsal 14. 
Reeca 14. 

Ktstra Baaea; WUsen 19. Jensen 
11. BsIxmI It, BBreoU 6. Kubtak 4. 
Morgan 4. 

Kaeiiflee HIU: Palmer 9, BucreU 
I. Ralaasl 2. 

PltehlBf; Propsl. 7-2^.719; 
filankriuhlp. 12-5— .722; Goet. 2-1— 



8o he flung a left and a looping 
right, and that was the opening 
Louis wanted. He partially para- 
lyaed Walcott with a right on the 
temple Then he backed him into 
the ropes, hit lilm at will, and dis- 
sected him. 

1 gather that there was another 
fight fought on the radio, in which 
Mr. Oohald Dumphy and Major 
Will Corum filled the oir with 
action, with sonorous blows and 
counterblows. They made It sounds 
brisk. U was os brisk as the floor 
of the Dead Bea. Hnwevq’, schiioid 
flghls have not been uncommon! 



WASHING 

IS IMPORTANT 



It’s ir\pre than a bsck-isrd gar'len hose 
affair lo keep >t»ur .ar m lavunu liutrr . . , 
ami al The National ihev (rrotcpirc it> mi- 
poriaiit'r. h-iIi special e-pnpniriit, (ramed 
n«rji and all facihiies I<.t steam cleaniiiK. 
nashiug and poltfthmi;. 



McCarthy <mce beat LouU for 
Tommy Farr by radio while watch- 
ing— to at! appearwncea— • fight In 
which Louis took Farr's face apart 
1 and rearranged It to represent the 



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mausoleum ol J. J 
Arnold Cream. And he wasni going 
io win the fight, knockout or no 



Spaulding Captures Feati 
I Olds Clips Track Mark A 



Bandsman Frank Dryadale took 
top honora at Heals Range yester- 
day when he fired a 49 at 300 yarda 
and a 47 at 800 to pare the Canadian 
ScoUlsh riflemen Into the lead for 
the aftemoonl shoot with a score of 
96 out of too. 

Const Joe Oibault brought the 
8th Regiment into second oUce with 



My It was close at the beginning 
of the lUh round— I had LouU 
allgbtly and meonsequenUy ahead on 
my card, others had Walcott lead- 
ing by a fugnive jhadr. The point 
acore at that time was debatable, 
but the trend was not. From the 
eighth round on, the fight was go- 
ing to LouU. He was aiming more 
coQftdmUy. and snapping hU left 
into Walcott’i face instead of waving 
It. Walcott, on Ihf other hand, was 
waving and flapping. His legs were 
tired, while Louis, who econnmlaed 
on movement to a point bordering 



certainly the last one. and Gene! 
Tunoey. who retired undefeated toi 
a vault in the Chose Natlcmal Bank j 
Leaving the ring. Mr Ch?”-* 



) Dun Olds of Seattle clipped an- 
other l-199ih second from the track 
I record he set lost week when he 
Irlrrled the course In 17 89 seconds 
I during the time trials at the Lang- 
ford 6i>erdway lost night. He fol- 
lowed hli record-breaking perform- 
ance with victories in the Helmei 
Dash and first-heat race i 

Jack Spaulding copped the 30*1 
lap main event after a hectic batUci 
wUh Olds, who finished second ' 
Vem Bruce, Jerry Vantrelght and' 
Bob Simpson took the next three! 
places. Spaulding also copped the 
fourUt-heat race. leading Eddie Ko»- 
tenuik and Bruce to the wire. 

Dobrey'a entry in the race • 
driven by Art Bchovell. was forced] 
t9 withdraw before the main event, 
when K lost a wheel earlier la thel 
program. Hts “CUy of Tacoma.' 



A minutes' silence, in tribute to 
Jimmy Witboum and Edasrd Ros- 
uno. who were killed In races dur- 
ing the week, was observed before 
the meet. WUboum and Rozxano 
were popular rumpetllor.> in Lang- 
ford rn'Cts. 



Rmsoiii 

Why 



the R.C E M E. team with a 93 
CA.VAOlaV S«0T7I«H 

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s( perlea angle to face sod 
hairs— gt>cs more comfort- 
able tlwte — BO atclu. 



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I The Indians atlMb..v''a great 
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More shaves wiit^ ooe blade. 



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\\ omen’s Softball 
Seliedule Li.sted 

Balance of the women's Senior 
*A ' eoftball Khedule and team 
standings In the Senior **A" and 
junior girls' sections follow ; 
MC'HEDLLC 

July 13— Adverts vs. Sidney, at 
Sidney: Army A Navy Taxi vi 
EagleUes, at Central Park. 

July I5-aidney vs Army A Navy 
Taxi at Central Park. 

July 19— Esglettea va. Adverts, at, 
Central Park, j 

July 30— Adverts vs. Eoglettes. an 
Centra] Park; Xrmy A Navy Taxl^ 
vs. Sidney, at Sidney. 

July 33— Adverta vs Army A Navy 
TaxL at Central Park 
July 33— Sidney vs. Eagle^tes. at 
Central Park 

July 37- Eoglettes va. Sidney, at 
Sidney. Army A Navy Taxi va. Ad-' 
verts, at Central Park. | 

July 39- Sidney va. Adverts, at 
Central Park [ 

July 20-Sldney vs. Army A Navy^ 
Taxi, at Central Park. i 

Team standings follow. | 

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World of fashion Ihot very definifely role 
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Suits ond Coots beoring such 

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former OI male model b) Bo«U>il 



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o*t Aay< 

MttM woo 



enveloped t id impeneUeble wnite- 
n«M. 8he touched her ehouluer 
ftgftinei Bamcft with • luddcn con* 



If Ljmn (be*“ Pftge wM fMftdUy.j 
'Tve just gut to— get out somewhere. | 
I wouldn't wftni to sae ftnyone, I d— | 
I'd . " Her vote* thickened; shei 

best her two hsmls together. “Ob, > 
well, we wlU just hsve to wftit until I 
they Itnow how sick be is!'* she seldj 
with ft forced oompocure thst wftsi 
herder for him to see then ftny 
sbendonment of grief could here 
been. 

His mother snd sist«n were gentle 
with h'T, ftiul he knew she liked 
them. She wfts quiet 'st the fftmlly 
dinner, but It wss not sn unnoturwl 
quiet, their glences sold, for ft girl 
who hftd been through the frightful 
eu>eneuce from which she end 
Bftmes hftd just emerged Bftmes 
talked, 



DISIW. OtTlC 
TUAWiSt 



•ad over ftgftin. *We'U get out of 
ibU. We'U Uogh ftt U>U!* WeU,” 
Pftge sftld, In ft voice that had no 
laughter in it. “here we are But not 
— eftftcUy laughing.*’ 

“I doa’i know that after his fall 
anything would have saved Lynn.“| 
Bftmes said, answerlnf her tone 
rather than her words. 

''They think he can't be saved, 
then?'* she asked in quick fear. i 
"I don't know. Page. The; said 
that the shoulder should have been, 
operated on immediately. It was 
four days, you kzww ‘ 

Page did not speak, and after a 
mootent Bamea said: 



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and now and then Page 
•poke, but she was restless alter the 
meal was over and at about nine 
o'clock Barnes took her back to 
the hospital and to Lynn's door. 

No cliange He was resting nicely 
Pever? 17 m nurse did not know, 
but the doctor would be In at any 
time now. and Mlse Haseltyne could 
then Ulk to him. Page knew that 
profeasional vagueneasi 6he hsd a 
chair set In the wide empty hail 
I and waited for the doctor, 
j At three o'clock In the dark of the 
early rooming Lynn was taken up to 
the surgery. At eight the next 
morning Barnes came quietly Into 
the hoepltal to discover that while 
I Page had changed her suiU-the 
I suit she had worn through ail 
those days on the Rock— for a nutaa's 
trim while uniform, she had iwt un* 
dressed and gone to bed all night 
long- Lynn was very 111. He had 
! had a few moments of conscious- 
ness and Page had seen him; he had 
Immediately lapsed bark Into hli 
muuerlng ooms again. 

, “He's pretty bad. Is he?'* 

{ <To Be Continued) 



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Bonn w ouaUa 
Jhrlai CbnrcB 



* manlUi and luartbk W O and J B ,L‘W> and adviria to aKuboItto' 
ahl MM Dywrt Road O »m Bw m 



N»«i 

_>liB« Rapir 
HympBoar OreB. 
Bytapbanv OrcB 
8 yupiK>.,v Orcb 
Bmphon; J-Nia 
BympBdDy OreR 
Bymabany OmlL 
WT»«*OaiJ-It 
Wb«.p«n-U 



Memorial Bat rice 
MtmorUJ Bei riw 
Memortal^ Bweua 

He«i 



Badw Uii.* 

Radii bhu* 

Paradi * 

Parade 

One Haa'a Pamtlr 
pM Maa'a famUy^ 
'The QdU KMa 
The QuU Kida 
Paa«T Ua 
Kevi 



ll_ «i Cagicb 8 «l~**e« 
U w LBuriB Barrtoa 
U i( Chureb Barvtao 
U M Neva 

U 4 k Beuihlaad Bli 



Betanot 

VttliiraUf Cruaat 
Cbandiag Woaw 
Bam Pauiaflli 
TrcMurr Bha« 
TriMun Bho* 



Hellttoua Pertod 
C B.B Brmphaar 
C B B BympBeny 
CBB Brmpbour 



BUi cuaauidhaa 
Canarj^CMrua 

Ncoi 

Muau 

Juvoaild tor? 
JuraniU Jury 
Houaa •( Myatary* 
Hauaa a( Myatory 
Myaiertai 



Davrd M MtCaU Jaa 

Orabam t MrCaU Tar 

and AU 4 )ciaui 
14 M Vaaeuurir Bttiei 



Ihi Celaaut phi oo« aa i 
man utan om lacorrict ini 
• o*erueratai.( ar (triad lar i 

taiut 



'CTUStHn. OIHKRAL 
Una aliiraltoba. r*n 
to O TC 34 



“f !®t.' ^ * • BrmpBonr 

Ur I CBB Brmpbaay 

lar I C B B Bympiiwiy 

I Chureb of U)o Au 

' Cbwrcb of ^ Air 

r Bi the Baa ’ 

Br tba Baa 
Nd«a j Putiar 

• .T. Hiehardaqn 

•a a Aliii] and Ua 

to I Alan and Me 

nea I Weather. Muau 
Ma _ l Muucdi Prdc,nm _ 
I Son«i Pram Martea 



Pbona O »ia 



anroaring Hilp Wantod adiernaa^ 
« not incioaa •ricinai ii(araf.eda 



Oatiti jtrioa Otoa 
|^(# Benna ai M 
VUr B^liu a< M 
iHavall Calk 
I Kaoali CalU 
Wmtorn Tbaatra 
Waa tota Thaatra 
I Ni«i and Lapiadb 
sJouotTT Bdivm 
Monte Crtala 
MoAU Criato 
'Ni«i 

BalraUda Arm? 
Your Lucky Partnar 
Your LucKf ^rtnar 
Kt«* 

Rertriad 
Pamili Ihraira 
PamUj TTuaUi 
Neui and Werlbar 
II I Your Iru 
Uaet Ml at Parrra 
Mm Mr If Parkra 
Oabrlil .Vid'im 
Oahriei i|<a>iar 
Artlitry In UvaU 
AMUtry in Uuata 



40 NCRVr« BSWBRB ORAINR 
' Raeb Blaatlnd Top Barrie* 
ad a 0 «dd tob Brarr T)«i. 



THCJMBOH PVNCRAL BOMB 
'Parmerlf af WtniUMe> 

Campiiii BcriiTW at Uodirato Cmu 
L ady AlUAdasi 
iBaiabHabad tllii 

l«t« Quadra stram ai Baiaawal Road 

O Mil 



eiRTflh 



Myau^m 



Nep* 



AuUtot Maeu Critlr 



Uhdar Amat 



Hrrr $ to Y#« 

^rU Camaa < ailing 
Carle Cornea ^mnn 
I P%raiiy Bom 
Pimiiy Rpui 
^uae lUfraatMa 
PauM Refrdahm 



Auibbr Maaaa Cnuc 
[ Jam Pickan , 

I Jam PickM. _ 
;Caialcada it Muale 

Rep* 

Tana Partralta 

I Tone ^irwu 

Talk RoUyvond 
Talk nmU-Piwd 
Hummer Thadtra 
Bummer Thaaire 
Robert Bha« 

Robert Kbap 
R P D America 
Ji.PJ) Aoierua 
(faiiy'-Oo-RiMind 
Merryuto-Rmiod i 

Albnu of Muau I 
Album o f i( w*r I 
TakV li'ar Lm?i' «' 
Fake It or Oaii li i 



M^ Prniadaar Vndrr Arrmt 
^itotor Bar I What Uaka* Tl Tlrfc 

BPT IWbai Uaket 0 _n«k 

duau Manhattan I ThOM Webilera 
Muau af Uanbauan j Tbaae Webatera 

— '(jlcg Carter 

Nielt Cartor j 
Myatcry Playbeuae 
Myaierr Piarbouae 
fa Ri bitnounced 
Your Lucky Partnar 
Bonk Quu 
Bonk Quli 
Jlmitna FtdUr 



•^T«V Td Hr and Mrt R T taiari^a 
**‘*»***** Maigam. ai ittbller 



Phone PAUL XALUBKl - B MU 
SMI Oak Bay Bvrnim 



HoapiibL July i* 



A LAROB BKLBCTIOH OP BaTKINO 

I a. *r**‘Jir biaair. and ua 

Mim *tort Bh^ ag>_Tldma O ii*A 

I MANBHaLL— B peclaJ Prlaaa Puri 

^ dtodrud rwatred Surrw OU VaiM 

r>Kl^ TRU 8 BBB, BLABTIC HOBIBRY. 
Pm, »»•*< Prirau Btung-rtmm. 

Hur»r in aiUManra far ladtaa 
^ TUB MOOBBH PMAJkUACT. LTD 
P®hdla* Birrei at JeboaMn f^na B I Ml 

(lOMtlm BUBUrBBB IBNVfCB PRJ. 



f fBUBHT WORK. POUND 
' flmra aMaPatka ate B 
tUa draii.a a*Pira Satiafaeuan 
^aiKrar Ar Undarppod B mi 

J HsiniucT fTNiaunu err 
' buu. auD (ramma and 
ferd batidar Pbom B MM 



event Autry 



Bhort Jiwrwa 
Conein Rerorda 
Coneari Rerorda 
R Shae Cbarale 
R Bba* ChdcaU 
lal Lan Chami 
lU^Laii Cbawt 
‘C B C Hrpa ~ 
Otd Bong! 
Pamtltar dwic 
Pamtiiar tloau 
BMMtid 'ihe Lend ~ 
•maid the Land 
Ijitli Btmphoniet 
LUUr Bytnpbanlea 



tom Autre 
•ing li Again 
' Rinc II Again 
■ Ing It Again 
•tod It Again 
Or baaa 
Dr Daan 
T« Be Annaurtcdd 
Ta Be AnnanneM 

Binte It Lies 
B'.rtke Rich 
i It Paya ta Be ~ ' 
Mnorani 

Barape 



BANDB MORTUAKT LTD 
Puntrai Dtracinra 
Tba Uemortal Cbapel nf Chmri' 

Naaaauabia Outgai 

Lady Attandani 

QUADRA AT MORTU PARK BTRBBT 
Phene B fkll 



• 4 k Muaic for Bunda/ 
k ;M Remri 

» Ik David R«ae Orrh. 
k M Tom B'm le Pra* 

• 4 k Nept ^ 

• M Record 'Album 

k II [ Rerprd Aibnw 
I SO Ray Blork 

• 4 k_ Block 
TMiUtit LMibarda ~ 
f'lk i Our Immbarife 

T JO Clarr'a Oaaelto 



'Canturiea of Miuu 
I Ston the Muaic 
Bum the UuMr 
I Ston Che Muau 

Stop thi UiiaU 

Walter Wiiubell 
Lnuclia Aanana 
■uncriuiioti 

Buperaiiunn 

Camidt Wntera 
Caaedv Wriiera 
Simmy Pidiei 
NiPt 

bn* ~^araM 
HeadUnat 

O'len Hurnet 
OrMiKemat 
^h'at a Mv Ham* 
What * Mr Hanu 
Nep* 

Orihyrtra 
, ClaaaU Henr 
■ Ciaaiir Roar 
eur I Claaiu Rear 
ont 1 Claaau Hour 

to Dreamland 
to Driamlaad 
to Ortamiasd 



ITZPATTHCK— Born at Bt Joaegb a Nm 
pitai Jdly a. a Aaukhur, to Mr. and Mr* 
B P rupatruk, til HuUMaPD An 



CROTDOM COMTRAUTOHB 
UVBWAT 8 . Bldiaalka Fanrlng. Bmad 
Caroentry alirtatlon* We MTtrd war 
r 111 tt* »erre you ban Ph<>nr B Sll) 



RUKT-T« Mr lud Mn T K Hunt, SIM 
kiiUgrora BtiaM dP Tbnraday. July g 
IMt a daughitr 



I Meat Mr at ParkTi 
I Mivc Mr at Parky * 

It • a Uriiig 

I a LirtAf 

iRkPi 

lUntual Biaiib 
Mualr 

' Muau 

M Quiituru 
M Quean* na 

Waller W'r.cTMll 

Shiiu Oraham 

Oiaon Hard! 

Butdam 
Oran Dotaon 
Orarr ObUM 
I (tonvai Bnvr 
Rrtira' Hour 
Ra* ival Hour 
Jtan^l Hour 
World Tamorrav rLdllibi 

Wurld Temorrep I LuUaby 

Orcheitn IBign Ol 

Rrwi Blga Ol 



MABBUOrS 



f «AJtPBf(TRV AMO OBHBRAL RBPAUU 
Work fuaranieed. Immtdiau aa'riid 
Alaa email patot Riba O MBk 

/'•OCKRR. C B M B H T OORTRACTOK. 

Abrlhiag in cancraii Big ar 

•rr'ra avarr aall 



KtmtliBS 



f_ 4 k ' ClaryiW Oanut* 

I OB I nrehfdtra 
0 It Urrhaalra 

• SB Brta Wild# 
k «t ‘ Bri< Wild* 

! ?? ’ Reflaciton* 

! is I J?****' Ranactiona 

t M Fa**r>i* Hvnuii 

• 4 i Piroriu Rymm 

M BO Wtpi 

10 IS Waiiiiimr 

iv AO , Uualc by OiarUghi 



Roraei Hr 4 «t ~ 

' Horace Reidi 
JBlar Prcrie* 

I Star Privicp 
Byaipbony Hew 
Branly m Ro^cr 



COLBORAVS-MAHBHAU. - Hr an* Mra 



Brtitib Authari 
Graai ilaliadi 
Bnr Wild 
Bnr WiM 
Bummartim* 
Biirnmertime 
Va«p«r Huur 
Vetnei Hour 
B C NePr 
Unyie 'riiir 
PT*liW* ,a Miani 



Chrlit Church 



A LL PUiral Week AnuucaUy Odalgnad 
W* gr«p eur flopan Brapoi Vutorta 
Rurirta*. Oik Vlip Be O OOIS - O SkSI 



I Man Called Z 
Man Callao 1 

BldciOM 
' Blandl* 

I Baa Oa^' 

I Saoi Hn«di 
|r(ol]>*M«d Nio»iae 
llollTPoad Bhoeraa 
I NiPi 

I Prrrie* Tmnerrop 
' M*lfo«ioltta& Cnoir 



Chrikt Church 



NrP* 



Ih’*****’* AFTBRATIORB RBMonni iwq 
ki^»piil»*iaa tguTTill * HIT sn*M Bk 



Pirai Onuao 
Pirai Unltod 
Pityt United 



•mall 



A HY PLOKAL OBRIORB at iav«r etUn 
* * H • Poilocb ISIS Douglaa O IJIk 
/ 4 RBATORB OP'OWTIRCTJYt'ptbnA 
Yil.a*^l’i^ 4 S ^ 



B'mphony Hour 
•impbanr Haur 
la' i Talk Amerua 
lei } Talk America 



• ''h«ut mattirjn*. pii 
ar tt.rermalinn aertg 4 c 



R>min« Dart* 

Serenade 

Herrnadi 



^erre 44 VC Birki Buiid 



Kept 



’.’’^YO IRPORMaTIi'iM PCMININ* 



lOOOY-CAWBSY-At Pim Unned Cbwrdi 
a; ISO »m July 1 * Re« Hugh A 
HkLood etfuiaud at the Padding *( 
Ooria EUic awit daughtor *r Mra A 
LawM). soot Pnur Riraat 



Mttl-t h. ntT,K£: r*.*;* *• M*lfo«iolltaa Co. 

***''^I%* rtol“k*.toU‘««U|r>t Drifting DrHmi 

- roman Ifall 

Oancen Hall 
Cenrart Hall 
Cnncen Hall 



COMING EVENTS 



* k^ny l^al Bertrt 
VIO Markii Niiiai b OT 

T 7 <'H rntBriRPlBLD' 

* Bbnne Renavi 



Album of HimarlM 



Prpiudi to Hidnigh' 
Prel'ida to M.Hi im 
P'duda and Ncpi 



AR OLD-TUBB OARCS 
BANKSL OP fUR BATUROATB 
toper Cyyitoi Oardaa. Homaewadar* 
tira, B>tS. kOc. Utah arlwa AU Pti 



Mukie in lb# NlgM 

Orrbaitra 

Orrhraira 



Lawie). >000 Pnur Rtraat t* Albert 
SASaoM Maody.eldaai eon af Mra Lucy 
Mangy. ^ Counn%^. and tbi laia Mr 



CUmca m Nt««t 
Claaaia la Nigkt 
Claaaito la Rlghl 



P*P*HT CARPENTER • ALTBRATIORB 
A -4 a nd r apairi Pncea raaeenabir B 4 MB 

X’BW HOURS 'aLTBHATIORb' and" ^ 
aY pain B*Umaim glr«n s B Wala- 
ml > 4 r Phone B ISOS 



OrrhMtra 



Lmji Mbods 



OUOat 



II WANTED— .MALE aEI^ 



WARYKO rr,n 
cnunlrr siai# 



17 SITtATIONS WANTED— .MAIJ: 
A ■ZTTtR BBmc 



DEATHS 



|n SITt ATIONS WANTED— HALS 



A LKBRTA A^OClATIOR ANNUAL PIC- 
V Ito bvacan Hill Part Wednraday. 
• ,r ** a> a 0 a Bring a oaurt lunib 



ihatga* B«y g»ot. OntomVr 



J (BRiiOiy TO HBl.^ WITH THRBS ( 

i..k,‘”*I •* "•*“*“*r home Bbae 
L«i» N* omMing Onwii HUI HSU 



pBONB B *»> 4 - A J WATBOR KIR TUB 
k tnaf af duunetioe Ouaranteag 
roofing aiPtuiil ar cedar Term* 



tank ORBABt- 
p trpcr tile drain metalied 
reealnd a irauiid •pectalut an 
.•Mfttj advue an dralnag* ornb- 
AH Porkmia fully eipcnroerd W* 
rnu aerrl'* -‘vlllr apd • 1 * 



lALl UHABB CUT m ORCHAROB 
iMuivvarda nr pitaii area* B *Bk 4 



HOLlUAVli TMI 8 VBAB ' 
tIORV'RB TUUR KOUB AUAINBT PtllB 
« theft •rttiicr ven^iuw. b* tnn.g ,.ur 

d^iu 5 ,^ 1 * ' JlUt>nt..r. all 
•*>ii cbiri <|anr« •ind.jpe yemeyr -r- 

Reppru ...tto 

Ormnntit CaBUitete leryire ism per *k 
PHORB Boon POR DBTAfLB 



nretidad Toll all ypur AHuna 



tleattod 
pel b< 
letnt 
offer 



I VRACTTl 4 L 
* aleap tn 
Brm Wnmen > 



RUR 8 B RBLIBP WORK 
Ann.* uairap Agt* and to- 

J » . HOARD TO WOMAN IN 

tor light dutwp Ha aPSa*. 
Itoo lo ce^* O SRU ^ 

I^^L OPPoitTVR'iTT^olrAR AM 
* k bttinua owinar. af ko.u 



BRBTTAN BUNDB CLBANYO RB- 
pa<r*d and painted Called tor and 



0 REAL OLD*nXlB ObHCB 
** Bahiiday t till IS t i f 
•mra ( orJtogfra. 00 c Cei.m 



WANTED EXPERIENCED 
HOFFMAN PRESSER 

Ito P*i aept PuU-Mme 
A»pi* Hr Carter 

Individuol Dry Cleone 

ikso PORT rr 



ISLARB ORAWfi POR HOOBBB rfOILB- 
k trnnta *U Quick rOrtent aerviea 



mir budg et piaa ' 

A ccou?mRo~ ivv iodi 
i * and bwincM tuidane* for 
A*a**a niidIMnB Ineona tat 
Mfca aat un kept part time m 
Rraaonabit f ntiv 



BLRB BBT POR THAT WXDDlNa OR 
narit Nettnnnrd Mall Kum* N— I 
nuieiy ba»i caranag m tapu Call i 



heU Bqtler _B 104 k 

'ptAarTBR AJfD^BTUC 
k tokturoa a aperialty 

Ctmjgis* Cl SAM 

T'ViJtRTBRIRO BT UfCT 

k ha u tov made nep ( 
Them** B Bon 



tmeiutipaai 



Dnugla* 8 ) 



P YOUR .WATCH DOBS N 
^UB* to the adrw.a it aitmud 



\\-ANT 1 tD - RTUMPAOB POR Ht’BI 
< * Pood ar cnniraci w cut Mm# Be 
•Ig: CoianUi 

\\*ANTBD BY HSnOlB-aOBD bfAN 
’• Tnre* MHir*' Ikghi eork marntn*i> 
to la •«« CTO* CBtontoi 



^ *a^ waRgBilB 

JeSriaa tOii^ Oofenvmynt Btroet 
TRTIBIBLS UBHDTRQ PROR 
■ tsn Cant atr*ei 



A BBlTbA OLXhTIMB UASHSB BVSRY 
i a Wadnaadav Pllb Btevart i Orabeaua 
at the Arran* iBroad and Yl»p< 



LL danobrdub t r b t b. 
uump* r amorad. baulad ap*. 



I ni MAUAMB UAB RCAI) piiR YOO 
ai the Mayfair Caf* toil Brnan Bt- 
AfYBBLP AND CAR AVAILARLB B\B- 
» * ninga .ad oaek-anda any drfyind ar 
bMluaay aaMgnmrnU PO Bm «gj v>^ 
torta BC w «ae yi*. 

M ZN'B BOcicB CAKBPVuTT~MBNDBd 
Ptian* B Skat 



INOO. 



MONDAY JULY la, AT • 
kr pm Jawiea Bay CammunitT Centre' 
^toer p<h • b*ti«i and Dnllaa Road Ovutl 
Wharf bua m the door 



. » - '•••--ii/w praaaet 

hmhv W* Kioe yop hop 
■mMitlngyi far fuU deuU 
iributim. 1 C i*a 
B C Phone • 41 KI 

WTRNCIORAPHBR RoR 

‘ utoittoo Pith eimnd 
Btair ay, guaUf |ralto*ia i 
II any Ru g|ya catonu. 



pLABTCRlHO BTOCCOtHQ pi 
I 1 repair park Modern lettorn 
teryi.e Burnalde CotyUartora I 

R oopiro brick BTDDeo W 

laaulatien etc Cnntraet i 
reark *«perleoae. imniadlato 
Por free mtlmau* B U *1 

s:»wtSb BX^C TAKKK 
etr iRCtnlled or reoatred 
enrk. Bern 

MURCl HT HARD ■Y~’ kN^iirERT 
Baitifarttob gvkrarlaad B U Ker- 
ri^ V 4 S 4 Cadborn Bay Rnad 



W'ANTBD BY YOimO MAN WORK 
»* anh reneviencrd rarpemer O TSlg 

X'OURO IRDUrrRfOOTrMAH~AOt V 
k married, general rommerrial odiuaiton 
etparitnre in bankina import, merrhant 
ehlpntng aviatler detiree an admimatra> 
tlve noallton BarfHenr ryfrrenrei Rat 
Cotontet 



I.^XPEHIBNCBD PAINT BALB 8 UAN WITH 
COM eodhediari* and at trail fiy* 
* 7 *^* 1 ^*' »»P*rUi«e Muet be high- 



(i«m faleiman . 
tapabU o( arllii 
eoapiriy im* < 
>BQUIMALT LB 010 NM>*N.ACR ALAol , 1 “^''** 
e gin Bbuda - Ride. OlltoO and imtij 

li>l ai*uBg f'lli 
and taiary eeiui 
Mlllpvri Co Li. 
Vampuyer BC 



t CP HAtX. UOURT TOLMIB 



DRATNK 
Ref May- 



Y I ADAM BARDS - TBAlTSPS. CARL* 
* - Topwr Cafe Ml Yai** Bt 

•'VO CORNS- NO CALLOUm-' WTTX 
*2 to mur aon* -if ym «m tjp,p , 
fWro Salt* tube alon. kOr ml Bpanrar a 
Oritg Dept Bfll, MeCall.Oavay and Modern 

Pharmaet*. 



IIUOBON BVANB USUAL OLD TIMB 
* • <-la*a Alenday • S d Engu itlee. B «* 4 S 
\ I eUORRAN'B KBABIDB DANCTNO^ pX 
, VUtoo. Cordora Bay Onnriog efcry 

Haturday night, t-U Bun CrA Or- 
Ctyeeir* Tombola pcla** Dance in the 
frtaodly atmoaphere at MeUarraa ■ 

/ \LO-rtMB DANCB, SATURDAY. PRABBR 
Birevi Hall Blepart’a Orthectr. i 
r*‘tUm print* edmiMloti kOe { 



\ T ALL TTMRB PHONE B 1 »H POR A 
ramplet* dacoratlng aervli-e Intartor 
and etterlar painting by brtuh ar *pray 
paper bangina and rlearing bon gtialltr 
material* and Porkman*hlp guaranteed 
For free eatimaieo phone B INa end aara 
money , 



I WART A MAR WILURO TO OKVOTB 
k aaveti hour* dally, fire daye a p»«b.! 
vervid* rtkular auatomer* on cttabllabed 
WeikiiM route Car naeeaaary For ap- 
pointment J H Birkenhead. O SSSS 

lOALBSMAN AND BALBStADlBB Yl^ 
k' larta ana fln.iaim,* 



OfCTATIOHi 



_ Ooad pnaiuan 

^ ’^OLBBALB OPPICb' 

mr ewnSu/*”** 

^VANTBD - MRS M BAWBIAB C 

Maple In Upland* vhaae hoiM* P 4 **kui 

Si rraL *»«Mtheftr 

« Uptui Terrnte Road No ItM ii 

•*« frnrn hue itop at Wee 
mtol . 5 ?' interrup ar 

^yAirms-'ADVKimihetX baljmij^ 



f WORK 
Vecaraeia 



Cyeningi and veek-yod* 



W »1 WTUf BUILD THAT WHW HOMt 
’♦tor ypR. Bay ar *aotrMg. B ng» 
rodlaen 

HfXSK BLABTIRO - CORCWnM 



ROU 8 BWIVBS — BACTC- 
imeni* 'toaned Rubbtib 
4 a*OTtabU CUlglUU J 45 R 

« MovBR -g rr' 1 IS rr 

'On eitb dilyer gx pet 
i»p_irork fpr him b j 4 M 



CHANDLAH Oi> July 10 la 4 k a< B> 
jMoapb » llmpi'*' oaorge Ramuei Chand- 
ler ol lit Bpilollltld Atenw* in tti* lOcb 
f**r born lb UiP*«l«ll Buftolk Bog 
land and a reiideni uf ibU clir fat 4 k 
• eara He leaer* ni* pido« Mr* Slia* 
beih fhandler *i home. «ad one aon 
Maurice Chendler of Ml Hlrhlaan Blroot 
Funeral (ruoi Rayoerd • B C Puoacai 
pa^l Of) Tva«iat at l.vo pm Imermem 
to Ratal Oak Bur>al Park 



I 4 I PAPSHKANOINO INTERIOR OR 
, « Y eatertar pointing knlaominlng .mall 
rapBlr oitrk. ru. We guarantae yp« (he 
I Wat Par Mae Immediate laryire bppru 
I only BetabUahad Si yean Anme Oaca- 
rninr* Cal) B MTS or B IBM 

\ LL TTPBB PAIWTTRCI AND DBC^ 
raUbg Braah and ypray Papor 
hanging Tenure onrk Bellmatae tree 
Tra* U deotrad Pranb naikamt. BIS 
Pandwr a Are O 7 tM 

, A RWM PAnrTKD RCAOT TO 6 ST 
* a in tour baotk a arden idiC fn« faat 
Itervire and moat reaannable erli— At 
vetarana A miraclai Try Iti Bm tti 

4 JOb'^D CA^ oiptRO OR 'wiUTI 
i Y rep pbone B mntre iggi fm *b roar 

K luting doe*ra>Sna_ and (prar oalnttna 
timataa free W K P orriday 

A BmTR-<XAJB tHTTRim' *RD BX' 
^a lemr palDiJtif and paocrhanging 
toe Plm-klam deeoraUng at a reaeooaM 
•eton Waaiant Dacuralor* 9 mm I 



VICTURB PRAtdlRO 



. PIRffT-rLABS SOS 

Urpa atocl mt etouldii e* 
Wllllaffiann-* aoa perl Mroei 

pLAIN BBWINO MSR'B RRIRTB BHIRT 
k eMUry turned Rhtidrea't wear and 



yUAVPAIR WHIST CLUB UHOBR NEW 



• TD PTttCBINO AND NBATtRC 

ly’ikON VIEW botal to cosbu rill 
I -a dPl) (p liCH aftaf • »« pfll! 
bnng Armv • Nary Momhoea w repair 
iwlv Md tpatoD^I year olamWne need* I 

L'lOR IMUBDtATB PLOMBTR^RBPAtRB; 
‘ aarMea. pboit* B TMi. day*. R MdA 



managemem afternoon t-ard tame. 
• ahiei nignUy g M Oood rath ortaae 
Weithotme Mmel Oftvemmant Bireet 



LSY lATKAA-OLO HIUH SCHOOL 

•II. •■•toymem .pay 

ellf preierred B«u Mil Calaam 



CKATIRO AT DOUOLAB ROLLER OArI 

efartof Xht 9ttf 

mo 4 Tkzrm%f atiuHftV 
anernoon maitnee 



huttnnhniey R <iiw 



1 iRn.ATZLUrTB tkO STAMPED BN- 

k ye lope* up u 4 d reara tTPfJ 

/ kOAORa DRTOOOOS AND OIPT SHOP. 
'• S»k 4 Quadra phnna O ISPO ar eUH ua 
If you raeuire * gm f»r an? enraairn 
”T.^**r* tof Ptappod and prepared for 
mailin# free of fhar** One daltvary *e»»ira 



II WANTED— MALE HEI,T 



YI’ANTIIV HAN POR RTBADT TRAVPl 
* ♦ among Dpnaiiiaer. In Y|r>n«ia Pyrma- 
noni eonnerunn Pith la'ge monufari-irer 
On'r reliable baailer luyriaidarTd Wri»e 
Pipleidh ftopi WO-O-lH-m. Winnipeg 
Man 



CHOW-Paaaeg a»ay at the ChtneM b 
pital en July 1 . iMg. Cbaa Yum I 
aged M rear*, of kik Carmuram Au. 
born in Oanian, China, and a reytdent 
ViMerta tor i* yaare Barriyad by 
family In China 

Puneral tar.tcp pifj W held in 
ehapel nf m* Ttanmaan Funeral Home 
Monday afierpddii at 9 oclork tai 
ment In the Chtneae Cameieni 



A REAL EHTaTB SALBBUAR 
•iY general inauranre katejraau foi 
traUv toraied. ground flaar affire 
rciient deal far aggyemlee men 
k> 4 k CatorilBl 



OYICB-ALWATB CALL B JW». 

reaponae call o llkl 



* e ftopenae call O llkl. Weethalma Hniei ' 
And led** meaaag* day ar night Ju*< flee! 
the tier! teur name addraae and phone 
^Wr and I ptli .all All Inaarte lib* 
WPit* aphto leaf aatlng. tap encblng 
rravUng or Bring, and diaeaaet they wn 
epdil ypdf gdrden tree* and plant. Can 
b* rantraltod W# pran*. ypray mac* *c 
reinak. ow Unna clip hedgm laiedarapo 
4 e general rtoanup and •» an If o* ran - 1 
n« da obat ypa vani dona o* oUl fired 
aernmme oha ean Waepa rata mire. 
Makae rleanad net J 8 Dooning plant 
aathniagy prartlcal apiomAtogy acrleti)- 
lar* bartinaltura 

A OAROKR ROTART PLOUoin» TT« I 
TM ji^n* Ooee thrpufb m»*U| 



IVBABORABIB ARTIBTtC RAND WBAY' 
k 4 Ing Phone B tSdS 



* 4 Ing^ none B kS «9 

WUPSRPtbuB RAfR-UKWAiniffrAm 

4 - Pwmenentjy remared from the boman 
body with BACAPSLO OTRTMBWT TIta 
rvtnarbebto giaanverr of the at* Shot- 
hair* Drti* Store MP Johnew. O Ifll and 
tar -New lAboratoelaa. Mb OraariU* Bt. 
Vaneouepr. B C 



BPHALT BHIROLBR MUST SB BZ' 
> perlaweed Oond pace* BMSt 

IDB WAKTSD TO ROUQH Ot Nn«gB 
' Phan* B T 4 U 



] kAROBnorS TRBSP T O P PBU LIMR 80 
teilTt'^ Bk-ww rmaerad Phan. 



L^PYRtBRCRD MAR ANo' WIPt RB- 
•> duire pneiiiep •« rar*<aker* of etBall 
•paniner* Work *r hotel pe«| of ,ftpr. 
•nra. Aepit Boa AIM cwantai 

Ly YRSTRODOHIRO AKD OOWhafPEB 
«>**n*d reoalrad and ranee 
toilmeie* given Phatve ff )•« 

I.^ZPBRfBRCV) STOCK KCI 

• ' taieorien reeolrao poaHton 
refe rencei none B ITi* 

T,''Z PRAIRfB ORAIN 

‘ilhl IM Dr* Mfd 

L'BPBRncNrm Hum, 

k-' pngioe., Bar*H»r,l f*r*renrai 

• TV Wr*M 11 N rSAB B 4 T "P^ir 
1 ,'GR PAfRTTRn IRTBDrSk 

* 'enn, tnd minar r*pe-rc * 

•nd *’ enirme Cali 

«>Hl „ , 



POBCARINI Paaaad tear ai Vic 

BC en July I ivea. 8 amu*< vin 
Pnvrarinl. egad li yeara Darn la 
and a reaMeoi af Yiriari* for || j 
farmerly af Rimberley BC Bur 
Bt a brother In Toronto Obi 
P uneral aerytrea a ill a* held In 
lAd) Queon dt Poac* Cbnrm. beui 
an Monday mdrntng at • a m Ph«c* 
«<>• b* relebratod by Rot Father i 
Marldflan Intaraeetii in the C»l 
Burial Parb The Thomaoa Punoral I 
ba* rhbrga *f tba artai-geipaoia 



AUTOHORILB MBTHARTCB NKBDBD 
/■kOOD JOBB OO TO TRAtNBD %fZR tR 
taragea bodv ahop* *i* Thera i* 
ridt" h*ra tn R r a ibret mnnih* prar 
•iral iralninc mura* oa modern cart >n a 
• •n-odulppad aha. teho*( ahtr* eau 
learn porkln* under Inyiruribin. Writ# 



I itan UAf'HtRB OPRRATORB WARTBDj 

• and kttrben heioM* Apply rhef 
Tarry 'a Cafe 

t/XPERiBRCBD TRfM-NAW iTaR mSi 
k> lumher mlU. meadr patY g| |« per 
hopr Langford Lumper Co - TW Tupaa 
Afenur. Vlclorl* BC O 34 kT or B 4 TJ 4 

i,yRORT-ENo ma’h~p 6 r bbrv 1 ck“btX 

• iJon. miMi be etpeneorad fh oaah- 
>ng tar reiralrin* and hihelaatinn giind 

• agra le righi mar Pteaae d« pot *ppiT 
Uiiiea* rally euailAad O Ml) 

|, ym.tr q*iaijpibd automobilb tori-! 

k ui> torrhanlc for li*r*l rar dealer Putei 
rtperienaa and dualiriraiinna Bna k 4 M i 
OnInr-iM 



Puiniini aroan m apray 
ftoa^Ung popm hannng Quirk aorviae 
^_fe«al’i»_V*«iat>aii blind* O ]«i 4 

A U. BCROS OP BTUCCY) 'pAOrnRO~A 

* • eperlally Baperleneed braah aad 

5 T 7 J ypw ayteriar ooA aao 

P hana B akSl Waat pointlw dontraetar 

A ■ TRIPP— PAtHTTRO OBCORAT^^ 
e Y . paparhanging t MOb 

A RMSTRORO B ks)g _ PAOrTKR 

• Y Oeratatoi 



OPKLTALfXTRO CR RAtRcrmWO aHo 
k"* iiytlfid Biralghr or curly Aratoo 
Raopt. Baton Erraa* Building 



» T general Kauaepork 
n» *oo rhiliiren 
ra»« and Imard 
•AM catoniM 



eooblng and rar* 
. . . -.Id b. k 4 k a mnn'b 
Viee Royal dleirlct Boa 



CPBTIAt. TR LADISr ALL-WOOL CARfW 
k tgane all colora and etae* far II M 
«k the Beehiy e Waal Bhop IIS Piwl 84 . 

OHIRT COUAIU ATO CWI^ "TUKRtO 

BM 9 P 

ormriiji PouTaDArtr>R~oARMBRTS^ 



PR AND 

Barallent 



rata Prank Olaaa f| ) 9 M 

A COMPIXTK TRBB BSRnCB 
■* * CPPW * RIrka R IMa 

TVBTTKR OARDXRB WHBR~( 
* » lillad jChru' Chnaiiam i 
pLBCTRtC nrOOB ' TRIUMr 
' ■* pa‘*r-«lied lavn rallar tar 
Meoer HnapiUI aiS C* 



Bum 

Cotoniei 



Y k*tl r*f T 4 «r realdentraoraeliere 

a»wr ROMB BRINK ~~Pf m ' R TRT Ml 
J r«mr aei-r|<<« Ton* laenrtia enft dr 
d*|ie*red Id Mur drarr peek)* at n«* e 
met One dmen lota and arar. C ( 
Suit plion* OMIk 



MEN URGENTLY WANTED | 

Per Wnri at P»p*f Bop Oraroiort 

•*“, 4 ^M'"a Po«ef H*p Srhnol ■i.rt 
proftKai yelr.ing *a tolleoi 

1 Mechanieal aamaftiy malntananre 
9 Ra* niind making and repairing 
I Palling end Pwktpg to the pood* 

m Training Quallfle* Ta« far Bmpiay 
men! tn On. of ihe Rwt Paid Indaatrtoa 
- Offeeed Bsriuotoei^ 

B.C IdWkOtRO POWER RAW lirw i eh k 
"Ou* wd Right On 
)YM Mato By , Yanepueae 

YWiprto School 
kM Plagard Bir«a* 



JAV Binlly IvtuI** Joy pldop of Mie 
Uaguitaie rjeArgy i*e af 9 M 4 B> 
Drue pauad a*a> ai ih* Rotai Jvi 
ItoentiBl nn July It. 1*41 Wro in 
Weyimtotier. B r ghe leovet 
daughlac*. Mr* R p Dory. Mn ph 
Trouer end Ur* T W L Muirh ai 
Vkiorla. itiro* grondrhildren and 
rarai-graodchlMren 

. toPwal aervir* la Royp* 

BC Puneral Chapel oa Hnndoy or 
Cr^MamotlM ^ afflrlatlnt foOe 
fRn flopore by r«doe*« i 



IfUBKY YOtOR POR OCCAfllUPAL 
k k job* ernuBd *mai) howa* eopttreritpe 
Be* *493 Cnlnnlal 

IMMEniATBlT TTVo' rOURO &PBR 1 - 
k anred alngie general elora rierka for 
W-tr Cimae Marat Good meney Phone 
B 4 MI 



IVBUABLBOARDBRBR LAWNS RBtxtl 
* './to Telephone o ardon y«f#, g • i 

TO 1 # a PI 



I flillne PToe renaulUUop 
farmer. p*trt o« Braod 

T ^RDBRnRADnaTK nttrSBB'' 
I (ton Miene O tadd 



BI 9 vT** drltor day er .| 

rwm pr>"im poBT.RnLB^ Dirinrim 

• B (B 4 I eraninge g tm* 

T,V»R art KMm or CARPBNTRT 
■ pair Pork eall O 9 iw 



kLlABIX OaRDKrSR UtWMB 
hedgto eat Phone O Ttll tom la 



SINGK SFVVI^IG MACHINt CO 
776 VATpS ST, 

•ae Ifea Re* rpio fti Mrt MarBdr 
■oey to Operatp-jea Haap—Ra^^elk 



U SMTATIONS WANTED 
riMAI,S 



^A^BRP OR UTTB PKnmH B D 

*** raravettpe c B 



Jdly 1 #. lB 4 k ” • 

Funeral arrongamema aa be annoanced 

tar Currya' kn rharga 



r’Bo * ooceywo*. p«u 

V Awino iPlerlet am) data 

5^*0 . **’****L 5 i"" naranue 
9 Mg Batevan BaUbitahm) Utl 

J'yBOROB Kmo PA'm 

- 7 _ toieit tng Betimataa o P 

T>ntRioR aifb hTnuTciR 
* and decorating firai-eiajp 
•nnable prira* Pnr aattmarpi I 
*nn IM Rithef Bireet Pbone 



PRACTICAL NURBS P 
Chronlea. r»mrale*eenlc 



OarBen Mt| 



Weil rarammradad Lira Tae eui 
kk^raie je^ra Phene B 4 kP 9 

IVABY BirnRO MORRIRO*' API RR . 
• ' ry##n nr early eyentng Oak Bay Kef. 



tlA HAIBnEESREBS AND 
■EAITT SPEriAUSTS 



Mm.OOOH - On July t I 94 g at nc 
Jeeeph'a HiMUal Jama* MuMomu *ge<* 
11 tear* of Haliburynn R«ad. Royal iMk 
Me **a born In Dublin freland and had 
redded In Vtotoria for in* peat 40 e.ora < 
Prayers *IU bo offered in UrCoii Brua ' 
Piarei PuneroJ Chanal bp Sunday teenirg 
a* • M d'rtork Mate ptll W relebraied onl 
Unndav mnrntna ai » nrlork (rpiu Bt i 
andrap'a Colhedral tntoemaot tn Jkeiyui 
Oak Burial Pork 



HEI.P WANTED 



AfRTrHARrx carpirtir for tR- 
•••lutinn oertMoenl pork Ollll 



rsD rriintdTu opcratprs 

llli r-eeded Vlr<orto R*«r< 4 re..ine 
PSn XXPKRtBRrKD WAITRBRR 



tVI-AWTBRP HCLPTR 11 - 9 t YBARS OLD 
k Ptinoe BtiK Bundoy 

^RlPWRliSMT W4(rriD. ABLE TO DO 
* __'abin and pianklnd no tmai’ knot 
O TBgi 

CRtPWRinHT WARTKD ABIE TO"^ 
k robin nienk'ng and repolei on email 
leaoU Pbnna Q >dgl 



4 ppi. Terr, i Ole'ni nnn* 



CT ROW FOR OUR TWO-POR-Ofrii 

tfierialt In permoamia and told **?• 
r Roy Beanir Bhnp tM Part B( O > 4*4 

muARTirr wa^ bacr curX 

ataamed in a both mt Mi fUtmer-o 



( 'imjVB CAR* ABRVtCBR - BXPBRt 
♦ er>red baby aitlar* • - - 
S ar oftor I 

t TAPABLI roURo' 



\Y*OMAH TO MTRT) rWllffRlM 

♦ ’ Mtolher In bratiMai i(»eo to 
T'OURO nfRL PO* POAm< 

• tonloy *i*napr*nna< o/>g ri«r< 
nan'iel nffi.* Ra pyeyinoa .erieyi 



I J ANDYMKR vriERARB DO AWT- 
Haey Ntht deUverr 0 4 dl 1 

f WTU. DO ART ODD JOBB 



* BBirrART Bfn-jKKKBPZR RBQUtKBD 
„,* > au aatobiiaftod olflea lU.eitom 



IN MEMORIAM 



otroRij 

.k^ 1.1 lea 



I> COOK -TOONO MAR WlIXfRO 
am buatnam Apuii B It 34 



apMnunlU fo* pfomatton and perm* 
ppyitidn to ftghi peraan rtpmieneed 
*♦.»♦** ’♦•*« Piih 

^ateaping knapieitg* orefarred i 
to*‘_Pa*M#<^raj*^^Ba^# 4 #e Catonui 

A TOUNO WOUAfTlr) Takb'cha 
r ' ai Mna» offire in forniiiira « 
TTOing eoaanllot ryeair em,. oepeM 
deeirabM Olya ape rapertanea and 
ere..*.. APPfP B.» Kit c.toniai 

A otRL wartbd' POH QBRl 

* aifipe ovrk Bey gagy ctolonui 



ntRL RtoumaB 
«**'** '••♦••'w Pf nfftr# port 



H OLLTWOOD BBAOTT SAf.iOR - «Y 
Pom liyeei 'oimye RotaRaHi VtaSI. 

V" PYRkgAlfiR^ - PTRB BAfR B 
4 i tparlalit Bnwtia Baaotr 
■tomn ‘*A Comphel' Rufldfri* O BtA 9 

^TTtACRBBT RBAUTt'bALOR* OPPBRB 

‘ an traaa of permopeei putip* im 
niadttono B (pjl 



'V* ktoider and toetnd metunry of 
Ritaoell Balya BK fntmda^aeienre taaa- 
lar at Oeiveratiy BrhaaL Virtona BC 
Phn poaaad aoay to WInnipra Uoniiob* 

a« July 11 . if 41 

Bleep au. dear heart, 

Oniil the day bieak 
And the ahadopy fla* o*ar 

Kaer ragwdibarpd by hit faiprr 
•nd elater 



Pbbne o Mlk 



> 11 RUrR DRtVtR ORB WHO CAT 
) k ••• and hammer pryferrad D 
iRtorage Company. AM Bayitpn pireei 

W'ARTKD- dSTRETABT 



rapene raplaaurad B gm 

PAfRTWo pfjlBTBR 
paKhing gene^ rrpaira PbaneBVIY* 

>*PRH«AR 0 T »0 n~oWTNTBBO 
•ark Paat eor.lr* a grri 

voop dwn BTuccD PAfirr^ our 
••P'U l'y <bruMi aprayi b tW 4 



"KDOBi OBRZRAL nARDRR' 
re IB* half d>r BaMafarMin 
Phana O 9 rM 



fOUBR TRAIRBO PULLT BXPBRt 
torretory-eirnographer parmaneot po- 
n BaraUrnt referenoa* Boi tlgp 



, . MARAOBR OP 

♦ * Canadian Lofton Branrh tn VR. 
tort. BC open i« ani Adlye Pmre ve|. 
•ran af HI* Malaetre Pnrroa HurreMfol 
apollrant mnat •••«»• fdli eMpanetoitoy 
far operelloo and wonagamont ani alaa 
#.» o* rrmr/iing aerreiarr A knePtodge 
y f* mk>* raping •« e»ieniul Stdrting •*!**? 
keek par month Airaliraiiane tn orlling 
lAgethar pirh ropi*. m refeyonret tp y* 
mailed to the nra«ld*nl Rrilannia Bramtt 
Canadian Logtoft. Vt,ierta BC ar itoy td 44 
I Cohmiai and eneelopaa to W Maiitto 



rrVTL BBRYTrt OP PRITIBR COLUMBIA 



FOOLS - AOBD 



rrurpiK ns 

--- _ rarAena* ««r* 

hand. man iigiit heuee A«Mee Re ■«*>< 
to pwfMra Can yl*a rrferenra* Hot 
Cctontyi 



ED TTPtRT AND OPPICB 
rriedi geeirey fen ar poet 
Boy ikK Catonlal 

ED RSLIABtB^ARO COM 
'nagranhar deelrea pnaltwp 
lira M 4 a Co ton tot 

»« RBHOWT C^K BXBKB 

ilirhcna Bevy ips* CMpnbt 



BtotlMr 



apTRRBLLB LTD PBRMARIRT WAT* 
' Dartg Upon, 

tar I Jd Phbna f 4 tkl Wat kreatmeni fad 
rtipr tfiurtoe hair 

♦l^n.ART RRATrrT~ BALOK - PBRMW 

,!._* **** * .•rr’‘*L** ••f '4 » 4 rato 

Marr O taito 1 #M torn B'raai B 0 M 

DB LTTKB BBAOTT~MIOp ' 

Dwpthy RawRwM 

Bonk pf Tarawke Bafldlnf fhdpp BWtB 
ktAnon~RAfRVLV 



\IAR AND WTTB DtBFRB PT d MTT O W 'aR 
i * -araiakeri ar ae hmiaakarper apd 
handegian QuMI rarahla and haee et 
r^n( rererenraa 4 AP MIrhinn fitrrat 

^TAR BBKR OR RKPAUk ART> nAROCMl 

• * Port hedge ^rimmioa mnpina aitd I 



MATRON 



eOMBBR- In toeing toamor? *f Alton H 
CVmWr. Pertland. Oea , July )B. |g «4 

Them Pham *• tova pa aul *I eight 
Rnl na.er apt .f Mind 
Thee ar* rharlehad to ih# bearta 
Of (hnea they Irara behind 

• Brar rememWred by ypur toeing aieura. 
Pla Mart and Ull 



NBWAU. 

PAI RT*R 0 ROOPtR 
■ A TVITROf I Q WIRO 
Mir Better Berewp 



<Pnr Sr.hMd far ihe Deal and tha Btmd 
Tanraurar' 

Balary k> kW riiing to k 9 gP 4 par annum 

inrl«t|ing rurrent roel af - living 
bnnne 

Q'toUfwaitnni RegUleeml Rurm to B C 
B>Mna Iruinifig and eapertonea to diaiailed 



•idrin* UP torn am mieniM 



UBTBR OPSRAIC'RS MUBT 
4 and armiara rm eperiei-cit. 
Part-time m>a>«tn« rentidered 
Cntofitot 



J 1ASR1BR POR LURCR COURTIR 

' •mu* mpgaiinea m« Bae Mt 
tor ai Terffa. Mam to g yg 



CRTipp Lwing mammtaa of <rar Mather, 
•he paeaeB tpay Julg 11 , tt 4 g 
Amid*i urea Jhanga* *• never for m 
-Uvii^ly reenembated h* BIK Pbll and 
grandrhlldren 



Apnifrattona th*uM w euhmmed hr 
July to the B c Civil Bwylee CndruiK 
It* Batmeur Rireat Tannweer a* n 
Chairman, ciyti Bemee Ce wm b 
Weller BuIhUng. Ttolcrto. BC 



\atal tbtbrar wui. cau. Witb 

krpcfe rlean ap bammatu haek yardi 
^ ^dpIayorBa Raul afi rVbkdW. tpay 
Phane Bretty O 14 aa after f 

pLOTOiriRO BS^ATATmo ORAHTRO' 
* nneaMHIre Cnii p ■ 



J kRILDRBM a RORBB FOR CAKE OP Ot 
tent to Odk Bat But** eipartonra and 
raferatKea Bar # 479 . CRtoniai 

WAJCTKO AB'wi^L 
bar meiaidr Bhaonitan Reach Ratal 

I ^ZCBLLEKT ■ POSmON FOR RongL! 

to fraRlertng and taking rharge nf Upeier, 

*“ Indtodep, 

pSPBRlBRCKD WAfil Md~prw~ p^nj 
' raawarani Apply Bmtny a Cnfa 

r ,X)WW SMART 
atedtotoly 
••PI and ahtn 
frared. Pul net 
•PMIIUmm and 



OBPBrDABLf CAR! POR 
Chltoren by the hmar 

Refiton u ea • IM 



pSUenrAL RrmSB wmi RCPBRCUr^ 
. . •••" toe engagemeni Pbape O MMg 
bMrre 13 nnmi 

pBTTRBD XtlMRB WOUUS OITB BOMB 



obbap as a 

home PERAAANEhFT 



SAVIBB In toting uieai*ii af my gear 
«»h PO Writer Allan Mnrtdp Kergtn 

He Iraad Me almple ihinM af III* 

Rla hBM maalc flnvera and Iba ladghtra 
- af llllto ehlMean 

■* tovad to gt*e a Pord n# cRaar and ••• 
rmtragmpent atone Ufa « *.« 

And •• In pawiitr he hae wft Uefitnd . 
_ .. »*n)*h df laving awmnrtoa 
TA nf% %iXh w Mv (^v 4 a V 

Tm vy mwt agaiar 

draatfy mimed by (fwa lUy 

•Pd rUMty 



I • ntodHiriry CUH P W Reldner 
jlvBUABTB MTbtyLS-AOBp'waN 
• 4 new eyperienra *in take eh 
•tore deling pppae'* abeenru Ph*p 
,pr BHtol 



l» TCAf'HEllS WANTED 



Raanleh Vtih 
me* rail Rte 
>y. Apply tJgl 



A SPRAY COLD WAVE 

P a UarRiM Bupep. Sadto *r Om 



t.SL •'toe^dary achrato oradae 
!-'• «t Btomraiary aWaride |(iw i« 
iMM eerandarr ealarlaa It.ggg «• gsjM 
Mirfwi#au 

rammerrlM. plty*i«a| ntera- 
♦to" Bfbff etallng dnaltBeatiana mperl- 

inpp" ‘ra a reperr to kfsm f • ype«i 
^rar ary-TT unduref BMmM Dtotrtot Ra 
M lAI^L, BpHe j.j 9H-fr« Aeuppa 






— , leadlr 

tonenn bad* 

Ldmiiton Mtodta 



WAWTBO nRirBRQAlBBUAH WTTR 
V* panel danvety. tor diy ttanndr* •« 
rantmUaten beet* ^ Apple Mr Barmtoe 
rat WaliaitdP Bi . Buktoay aflet I pm 

IB ♦AWTBD - AN BXPBRlBwriD 'cWSRA 
4 4 and gtom poeker Apply bet*«a* 19 
Btar kaCa Bnrrate IM Jnhnami Bt 
yI'aWTBD — BXPgntfBRCKD'sVA 

*4 builder tor npaU rrufL .)•• mte'. 
aeiad la partneeublp Bra OlS CRtonlai. 

\\*AWTKD BEPUUBRl ID MAR TO 
’ * epeeuto OMUm Merrrarr chato tap 
R Tlngated 1911 Oenmaa Birara 



peraatog aipeimm pyp. 
•aaenllal Sett PerblM 
rat pe t to P 4 Chawp tor 

lanepi toh Hep MetBad 



«^AY» Ta the gaetoery .f bk Ma)m 
lie^n RaraU BedgrpT* Tth Baltn . 
C*^'***4-IHA*. bba peaaad •*•* at 
ktoepghneet* kgiuierr Mraptiai. July. 

VL 2 f* "• ® *torC 

AblBa Pith PH 

•rar afreritoPdiMy mambdew H Bla 

*ife and ddughtar LerruRto. 



win ar WRhdgk Apppintmaua 

LA FRANCE BEAUTY SALON 



TYRIRCTPAL piKk PmT I 
• tojrau autory n ggg mg, 
IWaWt to* araSm 1 Ip A |1 Mg 
Hma Pfth e«p4ee Ipel inme.tei 
aaptotooee aad aerWricptMm la 
CMmu. Bame e toe pf arhaMa. 
■rHlah OptomWa ’ 



•ifhk* 



• 7 L*_ 1 / 

Y ’ACATICPto I - lBT UB do TRliS 

^fcrara ppito ypp an 
?*** *••• toeiad ip tone' Beai pibMig 
irM iMtotote Bpryng-.leapliH be tomitM 
2 r iiT?* 4 rat up ki y 

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•» RsTi?*^ OOOO CONDI- (Ah* •*«*•« **“ *•»'»«- '.w.'*'* “Ar on, ar aJ 1 ih,;, W 1 ^ a^ CadBor* BarM. o 7MI I » 1 *V BUY ANTTW 

j hVtR BAUB ~ BILXNT • FLAMB 'ttl '*A**f^ •>U> aalnat BauB ar»» <1)4* aacB HCHBBXS FURNtTUUt f 'NUB WOOD TYFBWltrm I 4 iMr-n ** ancwa 04011 

I AD1TB MAROON CCM BIKB «lw /l«H.rn., and auU. M. ««. •« d»lM I WARBHOCBB rrVRB ^ 

*-'.*L!re?l““S_ OtMR !•«« T .I»ma Fbaa» 0 »MT D.U..r.d i- V«.. rw. pCW BAI* BOBROBrB BOORBIBPINQ ““‘hlli ar B ittl \\ 



“o CATi : !?•**■ Fm\F».v4iDAii . n 

■ “ “ ' ■ *• I.I.* ..«•« fnai lufr.» roMf in 

/ lATB ROARORD IM MOOKRN, BANI- I “•*•'■*• A«n«»lo» aii •air— i Iim «r 
A- lar? ladividwai auartcr* Oalara*’ **■*«* N ilM 

*•“ K»«»* «K.AiU. FR.VMl UOMB ULo, 

— — bui Ovhtirmaii prria>t<.i • fM* 

iJOOO MOMt WANTED FOR YCRY tt 'ANTBU ROOM *ND BOAIID i v R 



FURNmnu i' ^ 0»4U>. tra.Bad Ban Faraiaa 

•laraa IhuA B lUI Ikituo. fanaia • 4014 



«-'Ba,^d AMU «fl FUttl ■*«> ;^Uo,_^««aia B 4014 a l.llc o ii.ih>i a^ri. t>„a,'. o ' 

vr 7 I I *^S“ « R*>OM and board wanii d 



I ADY-a UABTvna J- t RAUB - BILXHT - PLAMI ’^'1 «”«* a«?* I HCMBIRB FURJerTUai f I »NUEB WOOD TYPEWRlTtB 'u : INCH ' ^ 04011 ^ *,7^'** ” **'=’*^ , I {*»> BliBAKPAal rAtHPlpia 



DiUtarad !• Yaiu Pom 



- •••>••■> vTNnouiao ana is >a 0 ai>ant , \ k 'amtsiv PAnt r»» . w i~T.~ 

pen BAI* BDHROWa BOOEBIBPINQ I “* Ca**oaU BalldlBf W B MJl | \\ 4^R BABBlW 

* nacAiM lb nrM-alaaa aaraini atdar 1 'NDERWOOD TYPEWRITER 4 CAPE 7. "^7^^ 

PlraM CObUct U( U*l!hev» IIKlQ I k._ .i.. ' VIABTID f'.iUlA!l !4 ' a v . * !<• .-• t llAitMlJ. ► i,, aa i 



\fANB C.CM OlCrcXA. «a/Vi « ' l-'^B »ALt MBW OtU BURNER AMD X MacAina lb llrM-aUai a«rain| atdar * a 

•’I r- i;!ilu,i^ *U£. aU .•• ’■• “I :.».•! ii»»« u'<»' I14 li 0n*««« ka, m- 



I I . ...-^ - I l/uR BAiX- Btarry jrrAIlriEBB ETREL '•• I 140.4. 

AIANB BICWCLE. tXCRULBm' CtOHoF ^ pARPITT TORBO) OIL BURNER »W USED FURNITURE r,,* *5?*“''# ***h‘®*- ‘‘M*-®!*** etmdlUMi t A 'E^OUR-TOVERED DAVENPORT Ab'W***^®^ ™* CULT OP THE BUD- 

t‘« m |6 aea Moa. B.rM. 0)144 B« 1 ^ b 0 *. and MbM lS^;.«a and ,i;,=lj"i! O l«R 

M AN'S ecu BlCYCtl niNCR aiJ OOOO ' "" l<V>R BALE - HAND CROCHETED PILET ' fSilT’''* *^‘**" ;•*« •®‘* *U RMAPR — ' 

matt 0.0 a.» V.ilA ^ I B Mil | -; — ., -- - * MbWlaxA. UMaj .Hrmatt. ABaraai. I * •»« SWAPS W *** 



uarag* H.r ., . ii.^ qa| (■, : , 

I J E KV*>IMil OR CtiMfc IN BY 



M AN'S ecu BlCYCtl niNCR aiJ l•0 * BALB -CAMP ETOYE OOOO CON- ” "ALE - HAND CROCHETED PILET ' ????''• *^‘**" ;•*« •«“ «»a ji* 

moat b*a •)' Viad4 **^«« ■ *•*• 'T'am-BR .-MaMc-. -r,-”™ - HrmaM, I l»pr^ E ##» _ 

AIANB BIXB-NEWtY OVERHAULED' ^ K***-'*’^ RANGE -«. C UTH^ Ott] AT JACR-B • lUI BRoan^' •- ‘"tEARBR. NEW Wmi AT- L.WAP Jl-PT 

»at Pboiia swat 1 ^ Aurnar Ml eaatraci 44 ) Yiit'ant* iJoi*}* Jl***‘**“* •»»•» aia* IB DM BALE — EITCHEN TABLE. IVORY Mehmanu Tamt ananaad tesil a^rk Whai 



_ A Olrl a Da/MBroan BRoaa tua I 



M ans CCM BICYCUI. OOOOCONW^I '*■*' <^OT7AOE.ErTLE'A MadJon, cabiMt lar»r .la# liKibblMarad a* 

U«« B3M4 j * . NcUtc rang* ilaa « rapaatar _0 a»)B , A i ft B ufl.r a r OrlwiW abop ataa »W' . 

/ Ifis LAOVe ONC-OEKrt BICYCLB 4 CHEER WOOD AND COAL 4 , •>'h rr 

''in iMrftri C«ft4iuab. StMA aHarlu. Li"*' *’J? *hi* 6 a< hraUr t»r ##*.' VLUHINUM PAlMT, OCHRE COLOR !»•• OidU 



tnajBal.d ••ii laaBa and foar aa- 
larad alialr. Pbac. O asai 



IlM Nlaaara Btraal 



R7- *■*” .V^rr;; 

n.w T«u<a*'a aalua 1034 Am-.m aaa. .. a^rw-ux. aboi# *ar aurgiu 



r r*- I.'OUHNO BARBIKETTE CO 

iLU»<iNUbl PAINT. OCHRE COLOR Tadu'*" "‘*“** '“ 

II ia*aiait*|ra»*VeVl a»**'*"*'* *‘,l,’OR BALE— WESTINOMOUM 

PA ■•• i- . i IfYM mRM»»< 0 aM 



\'ELOUR -COVERED DAVENPORT AB'NA ^ piE BUD- I AOV RTsuCB R'icm Afir. R.AKn tN 

' na*. and Mbar laraitara and t-aa . -1 V O ElM |41B ptti$ ,*■• raliMd Kama l.gia <ti*ai. » 4 t mi-.m 

R lk.f .1 ruppar paint and ManlU rasa. at. cta-.oa — ~ - - ~ _ .. ; CbU E a *ea ar E 4M4 

M IbipraM E aSU *** SWAPS li «AR OP BLAUUmER H006 AND BOWS ' '-^ ■-' ’ 

Y’-ACTTu»i“i-i.0.a.»» -7. ■' — bain# abtbpad ta parkina OUbi a> <* lOO.MS lO BCNt 

\ Wmi AT- ^WAP Jl-PT BOAT PLEABURB oR > C«»h*» Mih- J«l» »l Bpata , 

..a.^ "" •^•<' 0 «i tasai (N wbai n... ,*« e ^a.f cnbn>» nm y.,,., purki'shed bliepi'.u 

^^*lirrE-BHAMUED O't^OW TAYlOB ^ APBlJ Bubda, I,V)R BALE WEAKER Plot YORK EP Aaa at ..a. R.. „.bu ^ 

ja.ami^ *7** ana-fallun haad I** ***“ . • *hlra atvan arak» old BaimiMt lllti l^andora Atanua Batin 



J. Awapt asn arl T.'rrCHEN BTOVl -YYOOO ^ COAL 
rtaaonaM# oflar r.anaina bar»aln f ISM I K pr.rtlralU na«. auraa ploaa laciudad 



■ r aurgtua. aubjact u> 
pnot aalt 



• ■ .. ‘‘'I maehlnt Plnt- 

U4 CraJ#nobti Road 



lafiBUaa aaa Pandora Pbana RAtla 



F^d?^if ^ batcrino Eor.E_ETi: — 



CAGE BIRD* a.VD aVlABtli 



IJRIOHI aUNKV ROCMt ipa'aJHPirUV 
4* ri*a mmuiai troiB (o»n •Mtueia 'wr 
•orkin# #*r!« Pbona t 1 dOkd 



Trtuapba. Rojal Rnlitjd Nartona. 
••**». VaWaUaa. PranrU Barnatia. 
NorBMBa. Auta Cvda«. C*r#l Brnoaan 
and Wtatanara— PROW IIS Up 
Btoeiaa Takan la Trada — Saar Tarwa 
1*41 Harlar • Davtdaob. aJM. «ttb aairaa 
laa# Indian Beadta and Cblaft 
Na» tia C C PrasaH Baroalt. ajM 
Car#i B f iatara rad \i cad i* aaU 
Tradaa and Tiiina 



^• ‘•_n»**a» B«rtnr tut Ptiana B 11)4.1 J— 

XTICB FAWCETT ETOVR-HIOR OVEHi „ 

-A pari ananal Pbana o »74 | ,«t jJii 

riHONI JIM'B STOVE STORE IF TOO! ®?*‘ 

A taaaa atorat ar M*dii4l burncra for . ^ 

^ lAtS 

WMAIX HOFPAT ELECTRIC RANGE- (•*• Vaasj. 
' aao 4M CdMwlbal Road Aaramm 



l.'OCR - 

1 laviua 



-.brnce pran.MBam 0 u.aiM ii.w_4^id«iba. Rodd _ _ «u.nr Na.ura;«. ' ' -oBAt,' ~;|A ^SbaS Tni 

C«#l Bm^ '1*1^ •• r"? IfCTT-WATER HEATER FOr! .Y T0RM0NTB0WLAND-t01LEl.COM- Via. W bala* Ocat mShI, faU« Mnetu’ ' PO»' •*LE- ONIY^^ 

Tradaa and Tarwa tUUngM. Dor»i M ( ;OLT CLUBS, MATCHED BIT BIX ’ Y"L’ '*"" A«»t # 1 *^ nJi «i fair ^ata 1 ^ •»" »*1» ^br Rwd 

Pba Ur#ui Stork an YanropYar Uiand »»fa» • Ml bomar. nan Ph»f,« | fi«a I J^“'ha«r Mlaatllanaout pw '> Irani 'I-:, tbra. vaoda AU-.la#r ^ 'J'*’** ha- and ing'B ba| *«»* mUiw# B 7r dr« 

iZJ'" •• V .n™-! A- _ .... ... 71‘"r 

\yr;^:o.r 17,::^:::: 



Ulaod 

•d«a-Y DOUOLAB ETRl 
FHONE a 



BICTCLRi 

TRicvciai I 

WAOONB 

Camacaa Haatad. Uc DaUp «4d 

ROBINSON B ....... 

US1 Imad Straat Pbaaa E ail 4 «m 



■OUTHALL STOVE CO 
Savdbat Btimrrs 

Sloaa and FumaM Rapatit— Baiitn 
Com Sioktra— OU Bumtra 



“Mura'D* aoBAta «|A nShS *lVr Tmma ! \ ^ T-T DSCOHATEU pn,-,f tliisT 

r^Biian is pia» iM pan ,,Q,. _ -if«ana Oatli of aavtif laita Cmifalli L*1 i**"!. h*""*'”''' '■*•• '■'» 

■ '•‘•'**•1* iia— O IVIrbaL-^FE BAODLC. kx-a'ad R*««'»aih<na b>Hdlr anrapim Matr!'-^* BMiirrt cloud • • i. - «|--io 

^ ,, , L'O* BALE'-~.AiDLE 'HORBl'ANb I? I Bulla.,, «■ , 4 

Btooi ina lubi'ii #aar la * aaddir Pbona Saimnai ajR - — — — 

nraanlina ^raa rbu atrrr .^,*nnc 0 4 < 4 .. 1 8 BROEBN RESIDEKTIAL HOTEL. »aV\‘^*T FPHNIfiHRn ttnClUB ntu. 

atnaallanal hl#b anlua or a <*"*>»-* MARS wmi FOXY COLT a\ Mr.Clnra Oviat aur.vund^lno -n.- ' ‘ 0 '-. • » P*M# 

^ ''**' WwiYi ar-.i *;_Bnaann^in Baa IM 1 Burnilfia Raad tral loralloti Mw^and Jow'^naiar^n aian ’•**''** " MmS,»t.i 

’ * itVANTCD- HORhE l-d YEARS ABOUT ,at,. Q OIU ' ykt SIUoHT ntPai'.v., 

'•* Wnrm -u ban.aia Pof. t I ' lENn O N ^T O P R CTT ACCOMVODA- . ^ ar-.T,,,. ..r 

.•> M^A .t.u im. — - - - -i- ni#nt a 0001 inaiVM Wtr-a a^u-Ar >•*■« 



«4d CarMorant BtioM 



mA-hiseby 



1947 



A LL « »»KO u im FOR A BRA.no *»IA 01 FOR MLE FnONi“l Ml# *»:"'h"« !•» t'aab and rail p*.,, VlcWria , "" *' * U** ****^ ° 

lira CbaaiarlirJd BhIU at HUMBER'S ^ ' iftahint *" •’'* *'** Iha*# amaain#) - — . , - . -„- i , .i m .i . , — J?®®** KICl tocatlTY BV(rtltHn,B« 

FUBMlTUIUt WAREHOUSE - b«r»ain offart «adB)r. •■ - 1 4W CATTU A HOTELS AIR BUS nCEETB— nti. puial tauida Sfaaata«< aafaaa 

itn a ij. uAava 'uuu/;^ — IILMBERS FURNITURE WAREHOUSE i CTa - - — Waakart Canada liaval Baraira dU ***• *•*' Cnlnnlil 

A A* ** 'hkiaa thr Adaural and "SparlaB • 5TREAMLINJF ^Al I TH 1’ ^" UUIST JERSEY Cdurinai appoalta PMinlHra B41IJ IkOOM PoR rAwy -tuim • 

'o-'kKi IlooWT.cvuy wir,. ^ArT. TK.Am. ” —a ‘ 

Tarinr^R^c * 0 m* 1 / dUdhinaa fai <001 ! H ,0*‘^nlhriM"r.*T7«.b2i li;UERKREV AND AERSET HEIPERB »•” 

TbUnr R Ca m P^ort Strati Q )pi| , phnna ETBid ■ . * I nnr brad Bidbtv 441 TEHB, t Craifdarror-b ntca arroBodatlop and bu»'i'»»a a •'man 45 ru» «. 



lOPP DOUINION THBArmS, 



IkCIiB AvtT- 
»>«an>Fn ‘44 



anniaciaiad Piaalie woru vtudacraait ; itahuua utant UBi 
nibbar-Mouuiad baodiabam ihreoH traab! --- - b“_t_r*** 
fuaid mtriar. Matbar aaddtr baft, mum I I LEAVER WOOD I 
rtar vaa*ar,#M Mai and Ipotraau Bhoa 1> plau and lurnir 
^•Uba rondlitub. MM May ba aaao ailgaad Pbona El« 

231 Lliidan Aaanat Pbuna u iba# oil'— — — - 

Ejaia a Oaaiaa i 'KAIN SAW pm. 



Ejtia B Daata. * " ^ aRA„ ,Aw ^ M . ONE van. fw] A .7,:*'%,;:;^;; JnT'HXVr^ 

. 7 ' e“oS‘**no Can ba aaan a( . ; _ - - - .- • - - _ . , mui my...... *li.. .... « I UAUINP TMIB PRAMn wrw t aiBiir ur> u.< 



' V 1-MAHDIR— ALWAYS HtSI PON loP maitr |irai fur laad pur*, aula- ■'^T BESr POR 

laiL maoura. riar tUl Elm BRAND NEW ij »iUe Ufl Lltt nnra $3 1 3 *' ion Pbona EMM 

A ’ BORBE manure wrul'^f*"* YHh • ba*» * 1 *-Pt •-In Sprin| Tnoth Harrea *1 . 1 \\’**TED -DAY-OLD Cl 

eindar* B Mlt bf'* •' HUMBER N PUR«ftTURE ' hitajr duty Llal ortra I U' ’’ *hl» haaatr* Ph«, » 

A *•* * — - L. . ^ A PIKMOUHB 



FARMERS 

SAVE |»,; t>pF LtST PRICE 
BUITABia POR Pt)RI> ON 
aiMD-AR TRACTOR 



litUERKREV AND AERflEY HKIPERii P^hJ'J^'TLl OUENT BOUBl tdil AND Hmeak» AS I Pv -M mm . .R 

■ .* I nnr brad Bidutv aar ««iFE»B. \ . Craitdarrnr-b ntca arroBodatlap and ** bu.ti.Mt u.'man 45 rw» *.^4 BUT). 

ao «Mbtv 441 dUiina-raodi Mr# Oaeara O M )1 OlElPlNiKb.iriM ".a-i. -.... ..... 

'('rnlTdla'i^^AS ?r,.i HI'** TRAVKI hEKYICE por:^ •*0"*w •t144 

"*« YPrtl-Pl.BNlnHUa RoOMb iQ 

alL^^of ComariloBait HnuM- *10 MrCJurt fU EI43J^ 1 'pEMPfinARY ROOM PTiR uipv |n fhjI 

» Oan# orfMt aaiiUkiar Po Bn? Jl VaatbnlA" '^***^ i tOMPT/RTABl.E BLttPINO ROOMB !•( rha.”* tMI** ”• **»»*tk 1«a ..i kjirhai,. 
madnlad paaa- * tmtn., 1 ^ lA. .AA. ....A.r _ . 



M. Ha, PUbart a. J-.A Bnak-Tib^d. li^.: SAW. | 4 «~tia rl., til. B ITT# \ i ^ 

t< Mumt tatuiuna 6 ^ Sir w i J COW AND HORSE MANURE WEU YHh a *H*| rMi 

IOaO a ' CONDITION, AND “*T MOWER H* E M«- e^Sw B Mil i' «««*»«" PURNtTURE 

• Ai»«iar Kani radia. #oud rarap. laiyra Matundala R«ad. KaaUn# A “JU COhD KEMl-ORV I’BOAR. | 

IfydODAKLET-DAVlDBON 41 IN Ex' ^ -V -OWTR I ll.u^Vn'iVHV.krmU^^^^ 

1942 taiiaul aundUkt^Tna iraj JaSiSa 'O'^-CTtWOER EN "0*^ndm»o Franeb ran#a Aonly Wanaerf Cnmao 

and buddf aa«> 141* raab Pbnnt O 4 )tt * tuttaWa for manna pumotaa I BEOB, WITH LADDER AND • 

H ti< « faluM iraUar I, •» naiural Dri-di anrin#* ' TCE BOE, LIFT-UP LID TYPE PRIMUS. 

n.?. u?r *;:mb7/w ;:i T«mn’ ^n l-'O^V/^-^XJWUlBHAl^BANDINblo^r'Yf^ '»"“»«"* Un.la, and'OMII 

- r-XrUii^VSnnbiaradTrar-*."." U.NrHR« d-iN.I P0WO4 TOOI. J ^.4*S*S.fM ' ' JoTI Tkl^ 

,ZZ:., .~M7r.'3:'r"c.i" -,,oirkAU -.-HOR„rr c«A., - 

$450 



U..BU A.... — _ I mmuiaa la rtl» rrtiirJ Rraaonabla ^- 

PORK. VEAL MUT ralta. Eli Ourana t»*. o ikJI ( I'*** SINT ROOMS BY nfS BEA — 

M I 2 Phana o lib? 



19,41 "‘’**** AUTOCYCLE MEL-MAN- ? ^ V YHtam _ IJABY B BMAU. CRIB BIIENt RUBBER I\*'*T"C •** *TnfT< WITH DOUBLE AND 

• . tn ^fr * ■** *m»$alMald IIM AIMon <«|U 0 (, TRAITOR WiTit' nv-rnA ratiara iia CoUoiMibla b«urr> III " iln#H paddW l» modal rmrlnt 

.*30 ar *O 0 T pamnoud »aakday. (t »Mb in toed rundiilon ni A,* 1 ’"'ht *• ‘nrhan ais- nan .na*., m 



GARDEN HOUSE 

ELK LAKE ROYAL OAR 
Pbona CnldUU* HIT 



CHECK UP 

On Youa OfliCt StappLda 

Loftarhaada Bnvalupaa. Billhtada 
Buiamtnu. Ruiad Bhaata Etc 
Doe I Laara II Till iba Uat Mtnuia 

the colonist 

PRINTING department 



Mnri tr.'M ,0 



W-^ed-day-oldcalvwi ««• »•«’ -^uHNiBHEn bEo.prmHi.: 

abit haaatr* Ph«, » Balmont 111 O 1 - - . ' ''•m> ftouna i^w.i k<i>ha.. 

Y-OUNn row r> 0 »i YMU— I *»»C>miJNATlNO TOURISTS W I L L •''’"•'"•■a U*1 Johi.»r... 0 P’'*»'*«aa. 

I ..b r \ *"*“ * ' •wrari.i, the tmtplnri and ro...an. 1 . *- 0 a 

da . Ka • r 1 10 • ah'*u '’.1 'h*'» awrinua moma Braabfa.- ' 57 r COMPniiiAnn hyri- 

fna ..ir ^ hraaidtJ HrMtal Houaa 1144 Pandora | *'**? ♦’ “•»»'»' i -' b .m- 

Rd Hr# nark. Oarb Pl^r._._o ElM PubiiaT^'ilii V - '• 

. I »P*A Lmxt PVRNlBHn COriAOE . . . - 

”P YNtPE ' Oak Baa ^Iti Tourlata Wrabli *** _«'NH BBiaNMi 

V’lNE LAMBB POR BALE t HI.NBBE ° -*7 ’-• * ^P**® V»<PUHWIBHBO Rnn.Mp' PH iva . • 

buuaa rarin* doii .(Hiraa IaIomA Hl#h 1 P®*" MiOOt IISS MrCLURE TRAN- homa Yitun# rmii.t. . “ 

•ar Apply CAiaoud Park Mnaaum I „,„t „ waakly rinw in E li 2 » ?*!*•• “ 

«1p DOOb .yy TOURirr’lODOt POR OONVwi". T ’•'FllRNlBHtD ROOM IN MkAMT •.* 

H . * ♦nc 0 and romlart farina Baarop Rm ' 1 -r ei#i>i di«,.ai.i.a» lajg r»«a 

EAlTIFUt. rOCKBB PUPFllH ALL "••1 ••* ••akly at manfhlt rataa *•' 

mlnra CKC Rn dkiiaapat im- J",..?* Onuflaa BIraai. Vlctaria Pbona --RfxjM UPBTAiBn ....... 

munt^ Oabrrrai KannrM BamBda Rd * ’*” 3 ”!f ** *” I-AtlPIY 

_ I*MEB'BiY-«CnRL'“coMPORTABLt »h.arM«l**.;?rbbd 7 

IIBITINH BUU PUPS POR BALE WITH aurroundinw raaaanabla roiti 0 1 UI ^ .__ . " ’*•1- 

•r uf wtiboui papara E 1B03 afiar 1 # *^_Q« 0 *rnm 0 ni BUaot 1 RooMB UNPURNIbMIrt (‘I'Aiaima 

SI??*— _ TA9MTNB HOUSE. IMd BELMONT -BE O JIM*’ “ •‘•'Hhta 

/ ‘NOBS. BRED TERRIER AND SPANIEI. *' <•» •» Raak G MM 



JJA 8 Y B BMAU. CRIB BIlENt RUBBER '»1 -nPfT. WITH DOUBLE ANoi DEPARTMENT ( *>»k G MM • 

IT raaiara iia Coiioimmio btmy ||4 iln#H paddW »» modal rmrlnt HBOAD BTREET VICTORIA. BC • - _ *» •* Balment 10W * ORN 8 HOUSE i« 1 « BELMONT PORT* 



imp. a •aama aa BalBwnl 10W | ORNE HOUSE i«1« BELMONT POR "* ROOMS W’4VTP.D 

n OOB LOOK RtOHT' PEHl RIGHT' tlL* "•* eumfori aMrpini raoma ar auitaa I — - - . 

Ara ritbu aboo aalbad trtmmod #,. ( *Tt»at 0 bathraama OHM :*•* M'RYIMitn " 



F<)C TERMS OR CASH MANS BI- l^^'-h'**** buaa aaa. ahlppint raoa pir 
>rt*» in tnod renduion Fhr>na • tar * p m at * 1 ) S'nrda* Pi 

Mr Ha^pa B im TTORNET >AW ' ANo“ALt"NB.5E88ARV 

1 CJ^ RVOOt • mHTBR, *M CC. ** •tulrntanl |4M Yalga ler anlr 0»R 
TO/ toad candillon ism oriara ar- Oardan Btraal 



lEATTY BLECTRir WASHER.' RECOH- I l^*^**^ CLOCRB MM -HO MAD* 
dUlunad Taraa U daalrad Taylor S' *' •mrini h Cn 



agulrmani | 4 M ralaa far anlr 0 »R 



MRYIMitn 



ir*7!* ^ “** MrHrnkl^BIrral JK>WER KING p 'BAW'wrni NEW Q B 

lOdT MOTORCTCLE-IM CC, PER- Z I'’"’!®.. *0‘0' •"* Nanrb k«* Alar, 

I y^/ fari eandlUon r»a* batiarv ae- ••rdar« 

raaaarl aa J47* ar oaar*at altar O 41*3 • J ^ Brraat - - „j. Chinaaa 71 ' '’r 0 eanaiiinn manai - .-»w r o rniyn , hu«H'»i^ J77a""i”r- trtrmooo laa Mr and Mra Stao ’ ' ••"* 

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ear Mual ka aaM by Eaturiay. Julr it ' 

TO^l.id'ii "• 1947*^" *“*" 

\ •ArRirjcK~L.~jr catv' coach # /n > mercury brdah 

♦' trry teoA rendniao ..aa pain* uih BTOAH. 

tarlatary tiru kattary Mat »aam« at* 

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i , 940 -.nr.;:.'- 

L'OR QUICK BALB AT URT PRICR , « , , ADRTTH TAH 
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•iratt Pbena S liu 

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T AOT WOULD UKE TO BNARE NRrI \V***™ ^ *«**T 4 » - « ROCyME ^ ..|A "uiF J2^1nd 

awiM ft»»-room vaU-turniahad hetna " <" •' »ur VIriarta L E'apbm# Da* PN'IINB RBCONOITLONIHO APKiAL- ear uuM ba* aald^^ alti.aT?*"i . 

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, .-T. 7 H+*. TO L.TO, «. ...a «r '“L ssrv,.’^ ' , 

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t|f Par uatiUi. IheJudtad aatrylhlnt Ras •** PtRNliiRED «..,?! •"*??! ?*»•**• *“■ iruttj 

dtaa rAiMiAi • • • . aiaatad tar wracitha patiru Auta 

440 CnlpBUI .'^pED HORBERTimOENTLY HRRDE PUR. «•- ?Jl Cdtuarant EuTm Pbw 

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nV mion. q HU Walur B Rrv.r.anW l*f**’2 *•' uonth# pUata PhMu'*** ALTO PAETa TIRkb bH« 

ff IratlT teatW ...riMat alth an. ■» ITB fVTfBHtann IIJLOCK fROM UAR BAT BBACH 



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. ira. 7Jj CdtiaarBflt Bt/Mt Pbesa B TUI > *£*. * _ 



kaautilBl Ufbt traati at nt* 

IMT PONTIAC CLUB BEDANrm. fully 



1929 



nMRK-COMPLRTRLT RRCON 
ditUMd: partMt tlra* and ka<- 



aqutaMd a’Mltaall iiraa. lattir raklB' I tary tull inauranca ao4 Uaanaad 



tUAiiUb Raad 



; IMI POVTIAC RlLVtR STREAK SEDAN Aa«ly IM Ruatni A.rnut CHRVROUPT ON 

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«|l blua A* naw. nnlr I uUtt BnAiiub Raad IT YOl ID ^AD 

IMT CRRVROLRT ETTLSUABTEn I- T T • wn \.r\K 

wo. .TO.. 1941 ^OR SALE? 

Phofi* Q UTT at caQ at UM WtndMU 

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IMT DODOS rUETOM LUXURY UNER 1977 ®*^"0 COACH WITS tar M fOAd um 4 mrt aed Btfl pa/ 

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SKDAN. haaui aad dafrodWr Aban- 1040 CUETOM DOOOE PTVB . PARS . 
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UM PLTMOXrrV DE LVXR 4>DOOR'lOdO VONTLAC POUR>DOOR SEDAN' 
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toM raadlliPD ihrauftiaai M JM ' irtOZ NACKARO COUPI - Rruilj' 
IMI CHfVROLrr MAirRR or lure < 7JO arai naw Iiraa naw baiMry i 



vPBviaui,*! MAPipn PB LUXE > ' arai naw Iiraa naw baiMrr 
•BOAN a raal |e*d prwutar tar aaly Otattr Uuurad Raai atlar avar UM 
una awnir ' ^dlp daya T| Retina Aaanua 

MW "RTANOARD COA^/ . ,'TERRAnUNX Di'LUEECOAOH 

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IBM ORAKAU r ERDAN. ruM faad aatnt and iiraa Raiiakla trantparuUaw 
A barraiB II lUI irri B na 



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on Rundav phPM KMitai IMQ 



1936 

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rwarariiee Hew reaMdiLaaea ’ 
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nil ^adra Bimet Phn« I TBit 



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■reftrabiy furnuh^ by AyU IIM U*vtlaa Bttyel ||4 ntr month 

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pORT ETHRIT HRW t.ARGR OPTirt' 
A with iwa prlyaia arrtaae. ttadUtui tarl 



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all aur Itraa owner reawirr* pmarHtai*'! r *^''r daearaud and rmdy ia m>ea In. Ml tRicBa afrit iRntLERn WTC 

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M *«nu tarnUhad°tSlU %?Fmt*Y)^^Ci EPACR CORNS* VATRB AND Pwitno'b?UUrJUid'lurFRiau% 
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kittRan. ] alta btdraama gp. tgU Ytimiiiii I 

'?ifj li'**** »•** MU aTTrali ). 

ta ta a rary nt** dRtrtct. and ' *?f 
’V!?7 inndiuan Thu u gzorw-t 
• IMd bay at $6200 j w 

A DIPT I • ' 

tT VS. •*••«»# an m Mama aaaar nad 1 2^ 

fit a gin PVtsr dangr raanu terga,?*** 
U*ifvg.ra*m * 1 U aaaa rirgvMaa l*a bU-"*' ' 
^ teaaty f«bi.a. k.lXl? aad^ mT* ' ^ 
^tb Tbtra i* a p4/i>bg«maai aad ta' If' 
ga Vih Uu bgy-mtbmmaatb m a aa*|,_,_, 
•U fMVV. VMhlnf ri“ikilii 4lgAelvrfl8M ^ 

a kV at pru PRICY $4950 

OAR BAT I !•’* 

r BTDCCO kUM 

SiTfOALOW af tear Urg* raatti Urga, 44 ,gB 
iring^r^ miA oot (Unra aad flmpla^ !•““ 

**^***tea kterban. naa« tarair 
tw lha n**ir*ada at Ua aid _ 
iUteadlaia pa n amtaR B^eFYA l« * 

•VU. P1UC1 OPTLT $6500 ^ 

ByanHift Mr. Nalimark O mt 
■ UU RAIJJMAIIS * oa B UII PTtea 
TU* Sttgat ygy cantraJ Bida ' tm 



mauan **n Mf 

Sumy Umtuii 



■ • "*t» Laaa* *Hh te* rant Bgit aagpi* 

?Sa!iiir***" **""*• •••••*«■ TMl 

fYR<^^^T7 PTRArY BQcl ipPHk i^AAR 
•*•••• Rite 4ggy ewnaui 
T *BO* BARR, TO ACT04ng<?f»ATl It 
i: ,TV V* ataaahtana *at*r b**U 
atealrtr ligbt *gut r*am tar 9 * tao* *• 
ftet 1*0 bmaa *iatU AU* dairy agglppag 
«lh aumo ate M arma at gsM Mathte 
tend All at prmomt L*k* Pham Cdb, 



hillsicJe realty 

AGENCY 

tY94 QUADRA PQCfFB Q 



■aarriblng , Klfh-claaa ggaat bag** kaaau 
Q A c<m4 teR«4 Ibrggghagt tbaama 111 
Tgraa teraiy raom* far o*nar 
Ifaraga aia* t**a* n***ra n 
ptea am , Oah paal Rama aad liaNwtm 
Mlrotau fTarau aaa ka amnead. 
tefor* rmi 

0.500 sr"trL-“is;.Tt.;"LS 

. t u Msaaa. IRU U H BUate fUM 

dklAB and a kargala W A 



kff BAT UARRRT AND flROCB^ CTDRI 

• J®®-®** **** Ukkar 

Uimarar in tba h*art at tba 
* At *atetbd»a Aiaaraa Qn 
a fi*rd.Ml'T*#*d main blgb*«a TVIMQ 
c«ab and **>i uaw p4>m*«u V R pgR. 



M nRTOAOB I.OAMB IB44 OFWARM 
Mak larrua *« my tad aaqntry 

ST&..'Yy'L>.,;ns.'a' 

\fORiriAOB AMd‘n1| A LOAH«-4>OH- 

SJt'?;u"nnr - 



khim Apaaay ^agldgte Alkarag ' " 

\y A iffL Awn *h.4m'.trabbp«r ~Ain 

* M hgateam BaiAbliAbM 
""•••hg yarn llh nai 
dm 19 track* 9 arbo*: 

fi.f** *15*» fni 

tullding wnia Boa 4341 



$6300 



MONBI TO LOAN 
04* nsar mortoaob 

•ORRBNT RATR OP [ftl 1BBI 



Bgaiamant 
bgaa*. *yM 
rahlrUt 0 
calaaut. f 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

lUI OOTOUIMBirr BTRBVT 



• MMmant aU aair-Mm- 
1144 mattthly Vary fin* 
A,. On* nuu Ig/nuhad 

lait aaab Lm ma aba* 

call 



TTooROArwir btudio and ptjp 

II** pgagu^i agglpmaat CUntrgi Ani 
Mku .fter gaaapiad. fOana Q 4411 



$7350 



•anianaa an* a 
•dd^a kaVdlag 



BERT SNARE 



$9000 



$8400 



atauir 1 
diiten *11 



FURNISHED REVENUE HOME 
— 4 SUITES -r- 
$5950 FULL PRICE 



Ala* aaa **m* Iran. 



g*!?* 'OAN* ai^ *nb«gl ahllgaltaa 
UMR^ a 4R -ptagiaaalra 
ggiid. ng Umn- arrangad by ba»kaa 
2S2' J*'*® HtlWk ihl#*g*t ga 

4A R U adagitaad fgr a*«* *■* 
•M P#4 a* tba laiAl prthaiMi tS 
WPmattU tanryateniiy ■«*» m 
jBdNRl WUMipal tatafgat and laaaa a/3 



$6800 



ARD BPACieaB ROROALOW 
PAnipaKD 

'pRM PTTR ROOM Mnaad kUMMa* 1 * 
A a« Rta ka« aautiygmMR. » baa aa- 
uanaa^bau la targ* Qrtng rgnm mih apm 
nr# dteing-raam. Hgf^aad ruam 



nOOkflfFTk Rocn WTTR P URH IT T fRR- 

^te*^i2maJ.r ^ aSagR* 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



I BUY DRYGOODS BUSINESS 
DIRECT FROM OWNER 

•**»■ Al laaaninr*, Ma 
^nadvtn Apr*** mtaaiaMat •fdiaa 
hhaimjiry aad kankara' rotm »aaaa 
r V** ® *•' ABnaiBiaMm n* ana*.* 

IhtermaUan 



HAROLD W. FRANK 

lIB-m YBT» BT1IRVT 
* MU — RfMllJKIB ■•hIB 



HAWKES FOSTER. LTD 

* ®AhBU* flb Pbama • mdl 



a^ and bna Baa-dhm an* 
g<Ui«Y raam and kmuraam 1 



$6500 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1948 



HOUSM FOR tAlM 

^IMU MOMS »00 MAVB SSSM bOOKUTO 
^ f*r Wfeiu tMtas FIm i*ru 

r*aM« MU r»r ••mt « irwr* tm'tm U ■ A 

■ M X rWM WM ■nCnriM ball taifa Svinff- ^ 



«»*■« »* ■•<»>*># ■nCnriM ball iaifa Svinff- ' 
raoM. tfiBiM-ruML t«a Mrwaaa a»a. i 
riom cMaaia «ak rWn a»d aoatd aMlmva ' 
lbii>MAbo«t Stmbroka b*Ui. vadaaiM bMln 
ralt-taB^ murM Madtrti klUUa«. Ulad: 
atak «fra« far raitfa Oiracbt bt«h b«aa- ' 
Mant- apara badroa* ar dan. H A lor&Aaa. i 
can bt ebangad u aU. Uaedrr trara aula - 1 
nalia daaiaaiU bal waiar. driva-lb aarata i 
Laaaa. rnili uaaa. noaara. abruba k, 
laaalr bdBta lar aatck tala. klldM Aaalr, 
aanar _o »» | 

fpwo roM oiti cur\.Acns. woi ' 

< aMual tau. a «-reaai bwngalaa futta | 
Mdara. and l-iaoM bangalaa, raoiad ^ 

Sbw o aac) I 

k-ltOOM MOVSSB ~SOMS ROOMS 
* <aa bayaa qaaa-ta oi rra . 

NSAM ROTAL JOSILSB MOSPITAL I 
'SHT PINS PAMILT HOMS OP BIZ ! 



| 7 t HOCBRa FOR lALl 

I COMWAT ROAD 

I 1 *• * RRDOCRO PRICA 

I far a luiak aak Tbara ara 

,f«iM avar M ariaa al laad aiis c«&aMarabia 
tM'iabM baaaa. 
at^ib lull baaamant la aodtr aaBalrwctiae 
1 3 ba bauaa la fra»ad a«d Um alUMAai asd 
I firaauca ara la Tba rM> la raady for 
laninttiBf Owsar aaiuaataa «aai a( bottaa^ 
a* II auno* ai II.1M A car la bataaaarr 
I far ifa n is a fUUaw Taar Ingulrlaa ara la- 
' aitad 

I CTTT 

i torw\ ^ ** ••• 

^XVAA/ 'aim«<uau paaaaaaian #•(«#« 
[bungala* Pat] cmaot baaainatit All larg* 
••aarlaua rmuM Caniar lat Heuac is aaod 
I raaair Cloaa la aiaraa and tranaparutian 



^ I '•••If cioaa la aiaraa and tranaparlaUM 
MS KBHHmi J. DAVIS 

• lu CaMPball Salldtag Ptuaaa B iOi 

Saa . • IM 4 B iWI 



lU florsu roR sai4 

K. & S. 

KER & STEPHENSON 

UM1TS0 

these values and 

SCORES MORE TO 
CHOOSE FROM 

Con ibraa-roauB uMUaa la 

K »d lOtaUMi CUm IS 
rnithad asd with sUaiar 
isuner. A raal ana* Ur a.or»rtr\ 
•waaao* ai only 53900 

'OMarirsa hoisa. but u 
airallaat eondUlas u«i, 



HOl'SU FOR SALI 



ROCRU FOR 8AIX 



tiousn rt» SRis 



HOWARD B. CRAIG HEISTERMAN — E 4161 



I fttiRi# ftDi |0*ur4llt« 

I OIL-O-MATIC HEATED 
OUADRUPLEX 

• Ida wbila aiding biinaaia* casrt, aitu' 
,at*d id iba cit*. an a bitaU bouia*ardad 
•ifaai Owbar'i svngilnr anopriaet 0 «* 
raoMa. tsstura-nmanad *UaUr. oak floen. 
kitaban »irad far ratiaa PaMbraka twin* 
raam Pull baataaot wiin oU bal>«aur 
haaiiQ* far iba boMa and iba Ibrat at- 
laaM bunaalcva vbick e«a»riaa two 
.raaoia and batb aneb. and brina in IM 
••f Manib Saab bunaaJaa baa aaparait 
Miranaa and antiraly *alf cooiainad 
Thla place la ui..y t in to 



OUR tATH YEAR 



CITY — $3780 

|oMif'ty*a I- Micsi bauaa Paur aud baib 
daan. S «* Saparaia |arag« bam tarna 

E5QUIMALT— $4200 

Oldar-traa faauy bama al • rooma. a»n- 
jtaatanUr Mcatad lor nary *araocioal, 
I UTtag>r«aM. dinlsfraam. kiubaa and 
jbaib dawn. Thraa badrttocna tt* Na« 
Dnrold raof Niaa M Law laata 

ROOM ST 



MT. TOLMIE 

,«Aumcu?a a-roMB buAgnlaa Larga tinng> 
lasaa igramu BrtMaca<. UUaid aaa asora 
dioaiM. cabtnai kiiaban lUlad ubi>, ] luea 
[Mrao*a, >-placa baihranm. aan»arcb 
1 ^ baaaaam. Uiandry traya, Na baai 
■ aaaduati pinad la ***17 raoa. Thi> 
charguag baaa of ahUa aidiiii ta aituatad 
lan a niea let in lawn fruit iraaa ana gar- 
dan Inmadtaic puaaaaatun, ro/M*\/\ 
TRIIM 8 SrlUng for iOUUU 



N H A 



Plvt-roobi alucca buogaio* good oioarict 
Altracilrt llring-racia. opan SrMara Taa 
nl«a badronma Larga caMnat felicbtn and 
dinaua Bniranr* hall Ont goart PuU 
baaanant H A baai TSIIMS lAkM 
will bandla. bataorr Ua* rant. 



562m .n^a-ur bats: r.rr'- 

poaaaaatoa fRlCl R04DU ' roam. uUlliy rao« ♦ 1 ' 5,V ^'**f** «Uaai apart 

OOROS Oismiirr ®nra $3]50|WU«^ Ur ai^uir^ r.n*.^ 

".* 5 .* **'*£‘* bungnlaa. fonr roema pfua I HIAMS DWRLUliU fire loama ihraa- ' Inrludtd Oamga and 
aUliiy nardaoud Ouara. aor* aailmga. { baibroom, latgr garagr and aark- "••• g«»d*n Tbia proMrty 
iipoa . mcbMi range and aO eantrari. eul-I**iov. tbiekan bouaa. good gardaa •ub.*'>i *<0 >«»• lUeU la eanrat- 
Md* garaga Large tardtn m roar viibMnUt freea Sarly poaaeaalen. Tbu It a'*>kO Half caab and ibt 
f^l irMt Taaei uf tmoia- PrcAA *^‘'***' ***•" Pn,/CA'^'*U •««• 

dial* pattaaalan PSJCS SOjUU Prlco * 



I Avar/a«m;o.. bo«,«^^^^ LOVELY COUNTRY HOME ^ 

ELECTRIC! iSoiahx^' ^ 

IIAAA AAVavki Miebris and uuilty ream, atlacbad garag* l^ff* lai. alnaa la tangfrvrd Labe j 

I >3000 DOWN ■nMnnnaui-aantraJUd baaiiag Lat MUM u. *^*^***^ M-aairr babt II.Mfl^ pn - C'iOAA 

I., ,, _ M young trull irera and good garden. 2*’ VACAyiT 5320U| 

fAlmaal-aaw Siaaea Buuguloa tby an# a( ImavtdUU gtittamnn A gift al tba arna 1 f*'*“‘^**‘ •»» brauilful 6r balaam and maplr 
a COCA I ''****^‘*'* buudarai at lira roama and ••••< If*** ,fc*""*v *.?* ** ^•^A**’** iTao-room iiurea bungalow and I'a ariea 

>32j(j'h.u k.. _ ^ va«a ana nina Ihroudb ihr praparty. with a dam ettr llahi Ikd* dawn balance 

ar-»4.vv,hiU baaamani, Kueh.iiwiUibmU-u.rlae- ^ .maamg an id.al awimming pool , W.iei 5850 

irla alara. which goat with ibr houM and HOLLYWOOD‘~~$7300 granud tor irrigaitoo lAiufacao.d j 

tba Ptiaideire on u. k..... . ’ _ Igardao Oahponii. (ruJi irtea 4 very me* 

tba romn. bar. co,m c^ga."^* C I /^DAMT 



HOFFIR for RALI 



LANGFORD 

I RKAL SAROAtU — LAKS PROItTAQI 
> Four-room SuouMt rwttagr PuU) fur- 
nlabadL Mly Ugbt. aaaeUtni eamani aril 
with pump On pood road t« miu from 
, Langford Plua a ana-roam rouaaa (or 
Iguaaia. Larga garagt and waadabed Im- 
imadiato occupaiton pc>^e/\ 

only 52750 

LANiiFOliO LAKR - tyg-tdol Irantagc an 
lafcr and highway Tw*-r««m log cabin, 
light and triapbocia and gUi aaitr Are 
arm lb aU Bargain d*A-»AA 

Tirma 52300 

' » aeiaa Ivur-room bungalow Cily ilgtii 
[goad water aupp.y Ig arm beat of bot- 
tom tang, largo rtaickan bouaea and owt- 
buildinga Dnllialtad aupply at wood On 
■ rood 11 miiea (rmn vi 4 a < 



ot a roema. all tor . . 



ELECTRIC! 
$3000 DOWN 



A varr aitTMUro bom. )uat • ytara old and I LUVtLY <-UUN t KY MUMt _ 

In a isralr diairiai af eood btunea i I Pour-roem while etuaro 

rtMou. ImniTtooSi wiibm#plac!r'dinf?r« ’“ti? i* l!5.: •*'*«*• •«‘»m 

Mtcben and uuiit* laaei ati.ch.e ...... iU>'i» •'« arraa d-room aiucco botse Puli bath Larga loi. eloao U> 



Mae garaga Large tardtn Is mr vi 
trull I rata Taaei Ml tmma- d>cc/\c\| 
dtale pataeaalon PRICK 503UU! 

iAMfS SAY DISTRICT - ytSAR PARK 



$3650 



'full »rlce 



Nice garden 

pRict $7350 

OOROS DtSTfUCr 

Sungalao with ttra rsdma and uutity room 
Ail rodoceraied haaemeat fur a are and 
garage Tnmedlaie poaaroalon ayca/xo' 

FRICS $6000 



5 *?nnn nvS-ROOW KOVSS •lwTa/*Vo"*d«-»iI***ih^r-' 

Sturro bungalow with tiro roama Central „ ^****»"» >'r Aruss OMroom host wiib Imn.' 

haaitng bui piped ior It W Stare and *®®-**td hen houee. Sa«t room, dlning-rwam kitchen 

•awduai bursar. Boaesrnt with garage t 4 *xnri **'* •'**» aeparate 

2 i'* **^**^* 543 UU'l«ll*t KlUhoo rang# selug. 

Sr J^IJI THt PlDMSV PKAi-r-r ‘•‘■•ni baaeseoi 

TMK PIOKZT RSALTT ,„g .f,. 

Phone Sidney Ml llo bsaement 

Ouraid roof 



$5800 



tha raama hare cotod OR ONPORNISUKO - Naotl*«liM* la an the property which u rented 

ooaa oar naered Wi.^i mainlotdar aiding g-tso« buagaloo near the !• a reliable lenent alao a tbial) bam 

furnacr^d -I??.. wlih eea Oak Hoort 4 -plera haihraom Good and • woe-ioos couaga euitabla for a _ . _ 

oil aiuhen laundry roomiauad roosa tbiaughout Furnace heat igardantr Tsa ntre maadowa girtng amp>e LOCAL REALTOR 

imt tni^L*^]LSi Iflii-f 21 '***. *«»M «f ftAf Qu«k paiture ter row or hnraea The property IM ISLAND RIOHWAT LANOPOIIDSC 

wm »*I 1 iTS'u ’*»• *t‘M kuoiod la itnfur- can nertr be oratlookAd and ta the only 

at Ikft ner —" •*'*** balance ' olahad Puntllora at raaaaooUa raiuatloa Plaie af itt kind anywhart near Victoria PMOHS 

Fun prut 510 500 tZCLimivS LWHNO Purther partlMar. as COA 000 

• • ^»U, 3 UU application Am 52 U.UUU BaBidence. Maimant ua H all., >gura 

-■-..ic-. J nv/Cl V unaac AhiA r^- 



S. J GRANT 



Pirej »«••••'«» tXAOO l*f cNm la 

JOU’JtJ «TCAA ••• • aUi - room hias. 

CENTRAL TO CITY S/ 3 UU J^h Dyold mt Llrlng- 

Cemrally located wubin a minutaa walk •••“Utully located. <argt sd-aiyM eight- dwwo'italr* T^roe bslr^me 
M?di'iilL**s '***'"** Fint- roomad (omlly kmm wiu Oll-O-Mouc “"d bothroAsi upetalu Oaa 

FRICl $6500 <“««*» >*« >»«■»••» rrosiagA new *mi, |?TI?c. kk 3 M will hfn^ 

PRINCnS AVBNrS ***** * 5 *"* Nt*t*ll*d Iffimedloie pnewMioe 

**• »At ROAD Beagtltallr .liuowd euburben 

roof Yaas IM ^ a- ®*** ■'**• •" w.?ki' •'*ff««"dlndi 

PRICE 56400 within J'c-mne clrele Stucea 

•PU.JW Owner In town until Saturday at JSai Telo- *•" '••fa old 

H O DALNY * C«. LTD graph Mae Road . * *. Mtra- 



I oil kiicben TMa 

awiitb mu inirtot. 
win eell. with |g. 
lat »M per maetb. 
{run price 



$ 10,5001 



TV/O BRAND NEW 
BUNGALOWS 



tzcLimiw uvnuo 

LOVELY HOME AND 
GARDEN 

OAK BAY— $12,000 



PuMher partlaolara 
oppllcallon Am 



$ 20,000 



STEWART CLARK & CO 



situated near Oak Bar etucco bungalow. UAtN D A T — > 1 Z.UUU . Jl» rSMSEllTON BLOO PHONE O IMl 
•1 tl»# room*, wiib (uU baaemtnia Ali|Q»ttii«l t» deaiga te ibU wtll-maobed Ireninge S lAI, K tk 7 ) 

»u, *wbl-ro«» retldaDce 

Prmd at. each iY/DU **•*" (‘••f compruee ibrouib baU. s«aly 

To See U i* Bur ll^g-rut^ %r.. glaiag-rwos. eieaUenl 

modern kJtcban. one larae bodnmm and 

SPECIAL— bodroouiV^'upemrL* *The'*luU ALTON & FL4a 

OAK BAY— FOUR BLOCKS «^»S‘bfV*«5* 'ftSi «• oo«h>" rt 

TO -|*rJc eca *"^ laraM, The earden would dcHehl 

• HE SEA anyone a oetei at colae. 'i enaiauu a . . . v , 

M ^ ^fHimtatRi RbruhR. i dAt 

c^^Te?. •. Ft . _ 



I lank b^lng Ineialled 

IHk rsiJUlBAPS BAY ROAD 
I Ona Block Prom Sue Bta* 

jowcer in town until Saturday at JSai Tet*- 
I graph Say Road 



__ _ Krening* Atpne 1 

w Oaibr. Cal IldK - B o Maripy. suigl 



errr - view 



F2966 



NEAR ROTAL JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
Y'EKT NICE WHITS-BIOINO BONUA- C70CA CASH. BALARCB MONTHLY _ 

* LOW OF POUR ROOMS and tbceo- PAYktKNTS - New tour-room, ^^••‘'^'• ^•“••Wfy Falr- 

pme bathroom- (tUl baaamenl. new pipe bungalow Largr Urtng-roam. fireplace. • »*•■»• Lirtng - room 

furnace Separata garage Landecapwd »»* bodroOBee. through hall, taur-ptera • »•«• and kttehen 

m. with garden pUnted. Oood riawt (com Pembroae bathroom full baaemest ft A ••*>w*lf> 3 bed roe nu and 
prwptriy. which ta allsalad cloaa ta. Flpod furnaeo. laundry tube, imt-ln ■Mhrsmn sp Pull cemant 
handy la bsa tebaote. OU range can be mraga Uardan Is good black tail tm- ••"••••nt hat • air heat 
purchaawd ratr* mecUaca nnmeaeirin nice garden and 



Immedlaie pnewtaiae 

Vautltallv aliuated euburben 
^me. in loeatr turrsundlnge 
within 3i«-mlfe clrrle Stucea 
and aniy iwe trara old 
Lotcly tiew Tno rotra- 
large late well treed 8pa- 
;io« llrlng - ream il„.ahed 
in knally pine Oining-room 
could be made Into extra 
^room It deairtd Cabinet 
|Utcben two badroom* and 
Ambroke haihraom Utlllir 
room. Haw 



$6850 



ALTON & FLEMING 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

3641 QUADRA STREET 



'MING Ara-raom bungalow automatic oil beat 
Hieh hicauna, Pleaaant oietloak Darden, 
rnoNB 0 1113 M ikM, wall etoeiod with thruU (luserw 
and trull treee 



HorsKs roE sale ^ 



RANDALL'S 



OAK BAY 

Whlia atucM bur.iialaw oi k stca 
toumi Pun baeamauL fumaaa, 
drire-ui garage ao a rary slew cor- 
ner lot. The Itring-foom and din- 
ing-roem hare aeapie floor* Twa 
goud-tisr bedraame ai.d kttcbaei 
Tbla beun* u wall plannrd and 
•-mi.mguica 

LAKE SHORE 
COTTAGE 



||> lo ihe c<iy an weariy 1 aerw wt 
Hr ai^ arsuiiu Thu ta a p.a.a 
Ihei can aaeiiy be fiMd up City 

,r„ $2650 

Call Mr Ran'U 
Ereningi. o Itli 

OAK BAY 

hep. Mp elrpe Stucco bungaivw, 
targe Imiig-room with tiiepiacc. 
entrance hall 3 igcc bedroom* 
cebuiet kllcben with leu ol cup- 
board* and 111 * *. 1 ) 4 , 3 -pi*%e.baili- 
room utUlly rsom Duretd reel 
Iminedial* pna*e**iun ^ . r 

Price 56500 



Neor High Bcbosl. tiding bungalow 
It ha* k gaod-*U* raanu and pan- 
ir>. newly decaraied throughout 
Saeeuent, ne« luraai-e New 
Dtuoid caul Ouutde newty palmed 
oar*,. NIC. garde. 

$5250 

Call Mr Robaruea 

Iveningt. E g47g 



SNAP 



IMMBlJlAiB PuaSBBAloN 



$6950 



• tfere p|d,i''''« t"«. oeiilce and regeUblr. Sr 

*“*"***"*' Frigidaire, !•“ “•* and ualwu* eemng. it otter* ihLdOAl^A «ID»-Br-B1DE B1UCCO 

l“rodrSl« ““‘••iL*** •*’.’l*“‘*** *^*““*® The loeauon $9450 PtEX doer in Beeian 

***“" eompnee* «,- “•*"'**«“■ n**r to the ua and beach T*ark Osner'i tulu a 

bMI. hrlcg.roem, oak noer and I •“«***••«• •'•••U and Pu*ee ble and a goad crrrmM 

r.r*‘ bodrooaw. Am- 1 'he other apartment 

WATERFRONT-$l3.500 MARrr^m nKTDirT 
ua abeut ,g,Mg 510,500 ‘‘atchlsbs sea view MARIGOLD DISTRICT 



«IOh-Br-blDB B 1 UCCQ OU- PRICE $8,900 

PLKX doer In BeeiaM Hull I 

x“u:7.^«l outstanding view 

•be other apartment Beren-room remi-bnngalew Planned to 

gire CuU adrantage of the tuuniarruptad 

MARIGOLD DISTRICT **** *'*•"* •*“> 

Aiirniiir* enuaiKe ball aiib open etair- 
CaORA Three remsa and dtnetw m »bf Weil-prpportion*d liriag-room 1#' by 
Lbu alucca borne that I* onD ***t‘ with Ilreplece Two bed 

one ie»r oM Hire level 1*1 f^®* Oman and one up 

^ 9 “ “* M»pert ewch a* automauc 

'•** •‘••* ••* floor* tbrougbout main Heor 
nandM tm* one inlau alau window* et^ 



handy la bn* tebaait. OU range can be inrage Uardon la good black *oU tm- •••••••ni hat • air heal 

purchaaod anir* mccAcx aeiUBU peaaeaalaa Mfdan ai>d 

Am $6500 Anx PRICE $7950 «»»■••• 

SAANtCB HYLAND, THOMAS S CALL 3 H 

Situated aa a eery nice elroet amongal Yatae SireH Pbonae S till -B ,713 at Card'a*h*’Ba 7 rl^!**« 
new bamae la ihu * 14111 . bwngalow af faur Aeninse 0 7 PH-B 3 f 7 b a ported beach uring- 

rpame. batbroem and fuU baroment with room, dinotte kitchen and 

blpo furnare On a good-amad M. with ■ — two bedroom* wMh ttn- 

wp*r*u garag* EX'OAA obetruetad riew of the **a 

Ftm $6300 OAK BAT SPSCIAL and laUnde Oil rang* and 

OAKLANEm , i-YEAK-OLO STUCCO SUMOALOW ^ufailng baa Lax may h* 

fir* room* down and two up oil fang* kjicbtn Iliad oina 3 bedraanu Fembror* '•••» aid *nd ta partoct 
7 ^oTS«'I.iA‘S:t O*" n«?^ PuU b 22 *«.m « •» 111 landT. 

545 DO'«>"»^ for romgHM Ml TTilrtr daw- 

aad fniiu. A fecial buy el 'EW'JUv.room ftefrUeraUr, range Mnee and Va- ^••* — *"" Ake 

BOYTARD B CfLAlO RIAL ISTATR "V!" COOKA * 

~ .. ._ all for aoy 5 U i 4 *lfk<^H** modern Dra-ruiun 



puxchaaad entni EXCAA 

Am $6500 

•AANICI 

Situated an a eery nice elreet amangat 
new bomae la ihu *141110 bnngalow af faur 
raama. batbroem and fuU baroment with 
pipe (urnar* Ob a good-amad tot. with 

-pm.u garage j > 3 ^ 



$70001 



HIGH QUADRA 

EZCLOSITB 



RSAUnpUL GROUNDS 

^d an aicallaai l-rBoas buugaton. appro* 
tl rear* old. wiib eery Urg* urini-raam 
and graniu tlrepUcc dining-room cab- 
iMt kitchen, two larely bedrooma. 4-piac« 



OAKLANDS 

14050-^- /— »*. ar.d bam 



«d Tmae-rBrScT ?^‘n7m^rrm. 

thing in apir.-apaa «xO^A 

wilh 13 IM down, balance al ||g p,, GUEST HOUSE $16*900 

Tii^Sr *‘i A REAL BARGAIN 



ROYTARD B CflAlO RIAL ISTATR 
Canter Quadra and VMw Phono O 33 S 3 
Sakemen Mr Oaldaworlbr Rero.. R SMd. 
Mr Carpanur. O I 3 lt 



METCHOSIN ROAD 

'ERY COST POUR-ROOM COTTAOt 



Atk Bar 

iOt DKMAN. Bkllk- Brenlng*. O 34 M 



QUADRA ABBA 



58950 **lfk<‘H** modern Ove-ruum 

bungatew with aiding flniab 
InehUUd Liring-room wub 
L O 34 M Bf**lafe dtaetle. kit- 

rhen, two badroom* and 

Pembroke bathrnnm Hard 

wood floor* Pull eemeni 
Kot'tir fur- 

wrru 



\ •RT CO 0 T POUR*mOOM C 07 TAOS ^ NKW FOUR tu Witm 

> with I good bodrooiM. larga eMthe. $575Q .uacLl a^.« •»»* »f*- A»re 

eiooeu. new liaoe and bot-wat*. tank, 

jang* ineluaad Lara* well-tread iM wiih 9 ^. m ‘^lU be^e^oletTaod roSSr ti «««•• bur»aalow 

las-tt fronwga and$u* at S 7 KKA •"WT by the and STam *•> ^•"‘f* 

KacluAlvt lUlltii ONLT rfaMt nov 4 a 4 h«?t ft$oM •< IlnUb ^ ^ Ctn^r wtndni 

V»I>»UAI 1 bUft 4 U 



5750 n -e. ...... (urnubed. itate atiraative gueet bouee 

THREE BEDRCX3MS lr!ri«.^fr“.%ra •* ”• 

N.H A BUILT room*, tiahrr bpi-water healed Ipvru 

„ „ ^ . ,Cot*f» U fim-claaa cllemeiy 

R ■ A •buUi ktucco btiH 4 kU)« luii coai- ^ MbuUful pfoo«r(|r it ft bftrvftla pcict. 
•**t*^- camprUMg lirlnd-roam wub aek 
floor and firoplaoe. three b^room*. 

fri: heisterman & co 

$7950 — " H . "tC ' $7850 ■- . 



HEISTERMAN & CO 



JURILRR iai:;;"- •« Veneiun-blini-oTa' 

Siding bungalow af 7 rooln* with eery bice KENNETH J OAVIS w|th*tlle 7lnV****iMll *rometu 

lawn, garden ar>4 aaaertad fnat Itm* An >!< Campbell Bldg Pbane R »g3l batemem and hot air piped 

older hooae It la Iroe bat ettU good ralp* Ereningi B 3AI4 - B 1M7 furnace. Garage Copper 

Mortgage payable »i |M CA7CA' Piping Nice i«wne and g*r- 

per month 54/5VJ -*• — - — den Immedlaie 

OAK nav UUROE-gkJdO CASH poeaeeelen 

a.^. ...... 2*^ ^ I ^**4 <«•*» SnKXO BUNGALOW OP . 

Mmi-bu^alow w eeren rampa. good gar- I a toeelr rooena and uuuiy Hot-water .* *i«-foom civetet bung*- 

Mn wub ^antr of maU frulu Klirnen neaiod Many auutandina 'feature* u». •••■ •••• iocaled hi Pair 



CORDOVA BAY 

A.!i\ bungalow, aiiuaiad two 

tma. from the tee PuU boeemern 

Lorely garden. DniU of all g-rexe/* 

kind*. Prm $5250 



Eaiabilihod IM4 ^ 

|«ll VIEW STREET g «ig) 

Ereningi 0.7*7 or Albion ikkE 



jolau gtaae wingowe. etc 
I IMMEDIATE POaSBBSION 

I PRICE $17,800 
iThe Royal Trust Company' 

I IkO, GOVERNMENT ST Empire 41M j 

Member Real Batata Baard at Victoria 



tnai maa* cne Meal homo La-'u. «a. • 

rated wutb of the Avenue Fo 711 

mprp n.CTD.r-T lovely SUBURBAN HOME 

GORGE DISTRICT 6 ROOMS, 6 YEARS OLD 

$5400 .''Jiir. *'LJLL price $10,000 WITH 

cash - 6 lots 

' Ml ‘•woraied in i Very lii.e wtli-piannad family home ewn- 

2f.9iat ^-9. INN- fuung ol large Uring-ronm with M*aii- 
uii^^acu * ” fl'epMce, k laree bedrooou, baib- 



0*'-Vf I***!..* Ill) ha* reduied 
pri.e Oh Ihu larrlt new k-room 
itiKce buh**law fi ha* cabinet 
kit'hen ailh tue eink. i-proro 
Pembrnke bath, lov* ceillngA full 
b**rmeiit wiib fumac*. eoa/%A 
Very larg* lot Price $oUUU 



Gwod t-rMom buiigalo* conaiaiirtg 
of iiring-roam dining-room kitchen 
and 3 bedraomi fall baeement 
witp furnace and iavngr, tuba. 
Nealy derdratag Immediate poi- 

"r\T $5250 

Call Mr Ollphaci 
Brening* O ITT, 



GORGE 



OAK BAY 

1 1 O fl»*-room*u •iucce bun- 

.El^.sPUU galow. throe yean eld 
that ht* aU lb* nlca point* 
iboi make the Meal homo Lo- 
rmted routb of the Avenue 

GORGE DISTRICT 



... . . , I year old rrvcco bungalow op .. 

Mmi-bu^alow of eeven roMPo. go^ gar- I a toeelv raoena and uuuiy Hot-water .* *i«-foom •luecft bung*- 

Mn wub ^entr M maU ^lu Kurban neaiod Many auutandlng ’^fealurea in- iocaled hi Pair 

u*Rl-*R- OM tadrrom dawn and three rlud* ulad efnk and fireplaoe. oak floor* Hardwood floar* Pull 

bedroom* with 3-pl*e* bath 477 KA •M*i«e hat water heater and wired for haeement with auta- 

•' ' range, bigp boeemem with fireplace, in- 2***' ***** toundry tube. 
WATERPRONT LOT ’*'** ‘*••*•1®- And Venetian blind* throuah- ^••••nt g*rden with fruit 



I CITY VIEW A Jie'incliveiy beautiful home vonutung 

<70KA View AGENCY ^ ■,f"*®» *Hb 3 balhfooom. 4 bedroom. 

5/y5U Very bice wbllo eidmg bun.a.u. of fou, ^OCINV. T M 

b^rorn^y^^^ "HONSOMe. $25,000 

irnrir'm beautiful portage inlet CITY BUSINESS BLOCK 

Mho^ OH r.ng* e.| be MfTh.md J 2000 ™ * ’* 222 * * > with 3 good .loce* 



UPLANDS 



laid liMlaum. and Venetiaa blind* ihrough- 
o«i 4idM mnrtgM* la be aaaumod All 



— low' ex evo mnrtgag* in be aaaumo 

Imreiv Ipt al Cardora Bar with l 44 -fl prtc*. ggJM inc naareet offer- 
waicrtroniag* Etcellent #oncrtl>MM 

garden eoU $ 2 y 5 U 

OCMAWUSUIV m TOORR RBALTT 

Wl Cenirat Bldg O IP 4 i | ^OR SALE AT DEEP COVE 

Eronlfig*. BUM nr BUSd I 



Pleaaant garden with fruit 

tree* aad leparar* garage 



Phone j l®®*dlate pAaee*iion« 



room, large kltcben with dining «par*. ] 
ettra large bodrnoma up or could be 
o**d a* eoite Pull rement baeemoni with 
rurnaee. frvil room Separate earege 
imng roniUi* af k large lou all under cul- 
tlvaiMA Pruli troe* email frulie, vego- 
table gaiRcn Good *ea view About 30 
mile* out 



A dieiinriivciy beautllul ham* ronutitng | 

douM;’7^^;e‘V1.Vh^f;r:rcuVdT^ for a retired couple 

la leavina the ellv Imm*. ^ 



F\* e vr mm bwHgaUiw an nteo *av- 

ner lot. Pull baeemem Oernrated 
ineid* and paintad outetde Ce- 
ment baeement ^ *exr/x 

Term* at $4950 

• JUBILEE 

Here U a lovely 4-room buitgalaw 
with e«tra large living-ro«m and 
I g»od-*iea bedronme. full baea- 
meni wMh fnrnera and dnre-ln 

r:.r ^.7 “* $5500 

CaH Ur Amoe 
Evenine* s i34g 

GEORGE RANDALL 

13«V OODOLAB FT O •!« 



3 BEDROOMS— ONE FLOOR 
$7850— QUADRA 



™o.. .... ■■^^••■■«5,5bo 4 

,rc ibif cT -e*.-v-v. - 1 ALSO SEPARATE m ff«'«. 



ALSO SEPARATE I” '^*** «•''*•" •**d *maii fruit*. 

•X ^ Et»eeo home a*i tn Bm*hg<t lovely ireo*. 

2-ROOM Cabin prondln* * eecloded almraphere t*,go 



$9000 



NBAR JVSIUBE HOSPITAL 



• V5U - In the Gorge dieinct high 

^ Ration, new •iwreo bunga- 

O IP41 FOR SALS AT OREF COVE ifTIng^r.^* S?SJlte an.'*; 

■RAUTIPUL WATERPRONT PROPERTY ?od,«renro'*'S"ire*‘b?eaVu7 

WELL-BUILT • ROOM MODERN NOME took Two badroomt Pufl 

retnem baeemeni Hot water 

I PURTHUm PAm-ni-wLAfto hesi 



raSriargil.T,;*^’' 

LAKE HILL WAY ,SUe7^;.V‘;u..":A” Z $3000: 



Itmu-.RUILT g-ROOMKD ROME WITH i poa a*»x. cUMiniST lxx-k . _ .w . 

»> baeemem Cwuld be eoally dupleiad St?*. ** *»• 

13 bM down handlaa *ee/vlx k^— ST* among lovaiy 

Prt«o 55500 1 I home* Plve-roam eiuewo bun- 

tAOKA OWNER g-ROOM ' *V*f5 

PAGE R RNAPt $6250 »emi-»uiigab.w peer Rayal iij„ ^Ibrel? ^hrra- 

ae# PORT STREVT a g)M -fttbime Huepliai Klteben. livUJg-room, Hr*. lp*M ba*#meni mGi 

Place dinette. I bedroom arvd- ul* bath •*«. .T.lir 

- — - d*wh. 3 bedrwome up PuU baeement and u*r*e* T»uie^i**ih9 

W'YTHIN 4-MILB CfRCLE. MOnsRN 4- H A furnace Aeperatc gereie Lovely «-aped iantatl’witr 

'' room bungel-w. romar lot with I* MPl._CoMnl.. _ rr^lT^re'ro Tn'tl VAfruX'tJ 

Ribera *1^. •((•nnk l«wtr view One, pirTvmta o n*n*T»ni nnv aditiiMa to flower ^/xpArx 

biMk from bu*. II. 7M or reaeonabte offer Vlt-xCotlA B ORSATEfn SOT* bade 50ROO 

Phone ColouMl 3M W i A-ROO*tED fURNIBHBO GOWT ^ 

' — — lU houa* Sacrlflce prtCe fk.3M. term*, su . ruwmi tiurra fHiM.i... 

M ^ include* properly aad turnlliirr Centrally in yjtah Ouadr*^ 

f^yOO"""* *** OHS ACRS oo Pto^ |«,t*d ipleodld eopdilion OompkteU • hree MdrooiS ” n*rdJ2^ 

>J/UU pert Lab. with two-room mad- vacaot end of rnooU. Owner. 0 4311 . fJmTe RVtTT^erJ^^m VS 

era cottage, and plane end ctcavatioa foe - ' - , 

Su IT7 -ISTL, <7000 HOURS AND pnat frill ,rec* ehruM anS 

Tbi* ta a good buy |irUUU 3-room cotlag*. 4k minute* , a good veeetable garger. Puli 

de'S/Ni^-Hu 4lf PlVS-RUOId Rtm- “ **®*® boauiy epot jeoiwem beacrooni with vetra 

$4200 OALOW tael aff HauHain. OB 3 Ml* limber and landocapod ] room Purnare Eecioiiv* 

dlltao Vor a pMo. cl... 4 . ^baal and S 1 «d good 

traneportattaa. yao ca. I boat tbU <19 000 FOR. * »IU,UUU 

EaTPVA-H* k77-H#w ave-room ranch- >I-4,UUU baautiful g-roem houee oo,Btucm bungalow la High 
>4/UU Biyla bungalow m tbree-mUe •ttraciiona 300 arro* Quadra auiomailr «l heai 

tirelo Immediate poteeeeion **• f®>f bonue. Forticulare. i. Only four yeer* old and mad- 

Farti Queihieeki Ceee. BC ern in everv we* Five nice 

<ilOQO“** III-— Sevea-rwom alder-; — - 'wamk and through hall plan 

-E^T^Ulype bouee Tbrea-pteca batb c ROOMS. IS STORIES t'ENTRAL Hardwong floor* Cement i 

Half baeemeni Enameled we ewi and 5 beet full bammeni with laundry tuba, baeemeni and garage Oaag I 

garden toole Separata garage Peeae*- k pMnutne Aownucwn Chwe to iwo irhnot* ••'•*» end eeceUen' eur 

elao end af Jape Pali aggoo gXMD roeh halaace rounding* * r/x/x 

tKAOn-"* HI Bay Sireei ,Twe Nh. ilO.500 

beirompT tar7?V7!K**^ 1 ROOM LOO|^r*iv. ••i ronm .iurra 

cm^rtawmrat wi^^ Sd KWetrle hghl. good water In Oak Bay. eoulh of 

iSndry lobe Altachao pS*m Vu^tv IS ' *''*Nty H minutav drive to elly 17M M Avenna rin** (o beach 
fruH lUal *“*••>•«»•'••• Variety Pf Pun prteo, || iM M Phone O 4bM tiring - room, dining - re«m 

„ - , aitchevi, twa bedrontwt and 

SSOOO fftW« ftff flft«Uftlft r%ll POTTAOi OARAOt. 99M flftotft Ont Unuh04 

eemeol baeeotent HA piped fuinare ??. Apple ewnet end wneMfh.i.hed room up- 

Drlve-lp garage Tbl* bom* tniuco condl- Madrnna t>r^ Deep Coy* eiair* Pui| cement baiemint 



PURTHKR PAKTICNLARS 
BOX 03M. COLONIST 



$9500 



FAOI R SHAPE 

aee port R TRgr r 



$9500 



Brand new eiucro bungalow compruine 

2.Z'u"T..''£d'r2;;*Ji;^,r',:irh2, haultain in nice 

residential district 

l*v •* $6100 I'^T **fdom bungalow Lt«ing-room with 

firepiera. dining-room. 3 bedroom* end a 
(Znor'e '9''* tceely lot wlib a dandy gur- 

VaUKLat -den. lawn and fruit ireet Riove* iT£m 

V.*. -i— - - '"Hudod Half ea«b ,* 



1 *«#u« 1CT f**'*® Fltb aiti*e»tve fireplec*. 

ewfr^v.J,/u 10 ACRES $5500 Family dining-mom and large khrhen. 

ewar rental* J -• •w.4„»W -Ta*.* pnly g$g Term* arranged For 

<26 nOAlT®* •• ‘•‘^•wd in a quiet, iociudetl perfir uiart, pl*««v rail MR 

-^ZOiVyVJUilorailnn Juit off the ovaln highway Ab^ THORNEUit, B Slot levre O 31J7I 
IP®* •‘‘fe cleared and In garden, balan,-* 

lighi limber Some rock H,iu*e ceitame A D/V*IAA< nrxDitC 



/SAW dav timber Some rock H,iu*e ceitame 

DAT of living./nom, large fclirhen 3 bedrnam* 

:r;.d.rro"" $9900 1 



6 ROOMS— gorge 
$3500 



(ZTiOrC 'U"* V*****" »"h a dandy gur- | FAIRFIELD 

VaL/KtEt -den. lawn and frull ireet Stove* il3o*l 

Vert nhM x,,— , a..— . . I*"** blind* Included Half ea«b ^ r-s/x/xl* k-room bongalnu rlpm le ee* and 

furnace and eeparaia garagt Reautlf^ _ | furnace -EOVUU 

“S?, “5_ C~ MOUNT TOLMIE 1 



plugi Lorge famuy kitchen. ) bodrmma 



furnace and eeparaia garagt Reautlf^ 
*1T* Klirhen ttoe* gn« 

w^ thto Murry for thw. *■ |« oon t T*et 

Kf. 56300 



OAKLANDS 



<6300 new FIVE-ROOM 

RANCH-STYLE BUNGALOW .^”'‘Vr;;p.,^77^d CITY REALTY 

Turn ywur houee ira.le, in a. nar. n.,*^. iT!"* ** 54250 *** O »*« 



swiNERTON & CO. LTD 

«. •"""'•HTn- J, ’‘"rr.r.u r. 

Betabliahad IkW ,* 

I full bloom Frparai* geraf* Low taven. 

I — - - Plrae* call Mr TbArTtefoe B 3141 iQ < 337 ). 



*" •• pnrmmu II^ 
®n Ihu loroly modern home Owner u 



hv^roSmt dowr'Inc* “ *•>! •"d will glva%ery * IracA 

aor. iilh**it"'sM?.'t,d''ZJ A»kh>g Pfke $4750 AHAK I MENT Se.froni ai Sam.no. BpacMu. k-raooi T‘.” »-*'®*"* -b ••r.llem Im in 

and frull* * eperiql buv *• $4500l LAKE HILL 71^-.? "»•» href.lar* pldr-gla** eindao* la gergSi^" i'?"* RetuHful ran- 

I . Linden Avenue Hnr. cater heel Iren Pi re- eea and Undkcipe vww 3 bedroome eiih 'brnugn..*, Duroid roafed and 

I AMONG THE OAK TREES Herdwona nanr* Yield aboul 14- eee view 4-pWce bathroom, wellaptminied ran*,»uc*ion Por eppninimanr t« 

HnWAPn D rOAI/~ - •f'CCG jwr innum nri Price on < 7 C Crtn > tVa»md.ta eSrrmim. Xtal n^ ;»•’* '*" ■nvornetoe. R 3I4|. 

iitJWAKLJ D. CKAlG <AOOA bdf* brartd now 3-room SlDOUUlihg range Nnrg* nU-burnIng rlrrulaHni O *33' 

Call O 1331 RK*I mrre-rw e. ^**t-fW whit* e'urro bungalnw UHra- J-pler* o*rr«(e*>d cheeterfletd wilir ' 

■m rc“%T.‘7M meharey & co ltd lo.cxx), * rooms-i floor 

$8000 « V,™ I. . . OAK BAY^tlO.OOO 



VICTORIA a c 



INCOME APARTMENT 



I SPECIAL VALUE 

' 4 ROOMS— MODERN 

, FOR $6000 

With (nil bakemei'l on etcellent Im m 



I r'xrviv./r 

HOWARD B. CRAIG i$4000 



# *QCn~Ne kl<— Seeea-eoom alder- 
^AT^Uiype bouee Tbree-pWv* batb 
Half baeemeni Rnameled we euo and 



Evening* 

Mr Carpenter G 1311 Ur Cretg. K 0447 
Mr Oeldewnriby, S 3444 
Member e( Reel S*t*ta SMrg ef VIctaru 



433 VIEW ST 



I OFF QUADRA— CLOSE IN 

'<2nriA »*<*-*ult* *ell-cwa-j 

SZUUU lalned dupUa On* 4 room 



nail mmmmMrwaM Mjvnwa vwa noo -a, iveai lull na**meni wnn lauonrv tuba 

garden tooU Separata garage Poeae*- k pMnutne dewnuewn Chwe to iwo irhnoto ••'<*» t 

elao end aC Jue Pali prir*. kktM gXkS4 roah b*l*nce I founding* 

<KAAA“I*« l3E~Eo*tr-e..m wongutou •*' 



•■ 3*« F*f month une k-raom 
•u te for owner vith eU etove and eoMract 
All nr«t|r ^ftrerftiH 9 Uh 



' ' - ' Gordon Nemf ep.c..i Hew 4 room e.urro tJAT— >IO,UW 

PHONS 11117 bungiUw mo tquare feet H per ram Th<* aic«tWn< Mure* reaUUnre Mara 
c^pWta flnoKeirucied vWw mT Mituni eluded KN. offer* real f mily houw vrry 

Bitu»»ad on onr-balf acre, De- fend dleirin A well -arranged flaot pi*2 

l?.5i ^ M • 30 k4 000 re«h l*rt* rwme. lull ba**meni with *ir 

"•''•N <7/VTA *• "*•»• *" *t*fuctlve garden 

t prl»» )/lA,/U al • r^ftftAiiftblt ptitm For 

Kaanirh ■— - r*a. ... ,„ (further Panirular* gleae* pborm Mr. 

iPECIAL 



, . *w„».- _ etair* PuU rement baiemint 

Hon - Veeani, potaoitlea. OO range and *-x/xexcx -SIX R<X)MB aARJuvE pui^ M»ed furnace Lovele 

eentrael tactuded $3900 ai» w-T »*'“•" "" double lot Pool 

*■* ^ “ >/\^ un l04 V Tillt ifftftft ftIHl pftVtt ullftilift Iftvni An<4 fW*M*ww 

<CQCA-H» ••b-Youe-rwom Owtg. b«. and email a.,, ^c/s 

galww. aanaletlng af living-room •"<' bW_Ylctorla W#*t Phan* E g$43 mill# $1 1,950 

. flrepTae# twe bedronme. (out- ammaa rwiwft **a wn tawM-i-w 



galww. aanaletlng ef lleing-reon 
with flreplae* twe tiritronmi (00?- 

Separate garage end weodibad 
a few reon 



Thl. ham. u inly a ho rroy, aid 37- Oew ^ pfl"''’kd*Mi*’l «J 

uaied etaee m everything. Te tee U$lt U te 2r“ 

eee e sood buy. a . CAA WJTVw tM A MOl 



<2rW\ nOWH 144 PER MONTH - L .. 

)4U\A/ Pamilf or reven<i« houea p*,,. | «*«e»wnt ttucra home in Oek 
field Puli price ti.koe Sk444 Wtilewi dUirirt Large 



0«er-Na cg7— Owner forced 
JOOUU te eoU eerj alee »-rtom b«nga- 
m In Pairfiefd P«0 eneemosi Reuee 



- - — - — — — Ihvipg - room dining • room 

< 1 KOA A MONTH. BVYSjkltrhen and nook Two 

-X I -JV/V Uvely heme in Nigh Quadra bgdroomt. Pemhrnke barn 
g 3k7< befaee m a n Iroom Hardwnnd floor* 

■ ■ * — - ihrouehaui Poll cement 

baeoment Not air heat 



_ tamed duploa On* 4-room /Sam- rx*w FSIl prk* 2/(nnl 

!.« •“ *** IV. A. 

•ute (or owner with eu itov# und eoMrart 1 ■ a * lesvy 1 . . * /.a-a... •»«•' lyi® 

All newly derarated Pull baeement with HANDYMAN S SPECIAL ®!!!!*** • beuullful eeiung EUuaied w 

Finnnrm C/xerxcxeexelAA Uundrv room ThU 1 * a verv •npr«»l'n«taly | arre ETOC/7 

rinonCC Lvorporotion F®*® bu* at iK# tuu prue #^e/x/x “* • home In ihU populet • r»«m» Pull grke $7350 

G . < AA ”f x/OUU ®l*^fi''' ^*of neerh M-hoali and b,ia Ft* 

4 159 roam*. I s etnnea Oood lot Une R(m- 

Eteoii.g* and Sundav* Mr Simmona. ***** g«xxc/7 CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

EXCLUSIVE UWnNO E 4414 Mr BelHngham. fl 4441 >26D0' 4M rORMORAffT ET 0 1433 

further *k:to«u .c ^ ^ 

riS FOSTER ltd. E'r.;r''?,.r:r.n'Lr'*;sr, orA,-r^a ^.i 

•™*vr quadra realty AtcJ. 

BURNSIDF *3600 l-Qu.o«rr 

rtl'K. nv.'t.S; i * quadra 

4 rcxjms— new stucco duplex 



•PP'oeimateir i arre ETOCA 

4 raem. Pungrtra ^'^SO^HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



SEEK NO FURTHER 

Three-rcmmed Milage wilh uHlli* rt 



tkO CORMORANT ET 

VTCTORU BC 



Sol?'/ *•“ »«h7olae etreet 

r. . ' n»df4. rablnet kltahen. tua 

f>ftv gfti fftnfft 4 'Ptfto 

^mbreke batb Pull baaemont aiA- Rl iDKiCir 

fl rolling Laondry tray* Oti-O- BURNSIC 

Matte heat Thl* home la M H A built A DA/SAAC 

• nd f ully IHSUtJtTED QUICK fSb- ^ KUUMS— 

SKBRION and OOon TWwuo ...... 



NEAR MAPLE BAY 

SgAUTTPIIL RESIDKNCB OP 
TKN ROOMS 



1314 QUADRA ST 



E4II3. Bve. B4434 



■*••7 deooraied and ow bouUeargMl viraot 211“,“*"* 

“ JOHNSTON & CO LTD 

tXD<A->*b »«VT »M« YOOR. ' 'f W V-W., 1. I Uf. 

XOOxJW room RUNOALOW wits cop- ^|-g |gg(j tn Oak Ray. oeuih of ih< 

arate garage On* yoar *tg. M high lata- Avenue e one and a half 



$12,6001 



arate garage One year eld. Is hl^ lata 
Iloo A good bur Phono lor ogpotnl 
A#fl$ 

fiKTsmni 



COMPLETB tNB1TRANr*E SERVICE •'•ft home near Beech 

Drive Uting-roem dining- 
raem tunroem end 'kllrlvert 

LANGFORD •’•T I*** bedromn. 

!-#-» varvpxu* fqar-pier* baihreem 

Mm Mimge end oeodahed Large ^Yliree bedenoou 

« 14* ^ upilair* Rcrdweod fleer* 

$ 1 850 rement Ftaetered here 
ment Aotomaiie ell heal 

GORGE DISTRICT tovely gamen 



LANGFORD 



♦ AGCA"*** 73s— Large g-iwem beuM / 

XOOJU aad twe ream* to luU eomeat Thlwo-fMm rwimge end weodthed Urge 
boeemosk Lnepe o«»ed furoaeu to very >« IM«1 m < 1 QCA 5E?i 12 



boeemosk Laep. to»ed furnaeo. to very >« mt\H < 1 OCaNWi ramm,."*,!.!!.^^ 

PMd dlckrlel. Mel off RailUln Heum Hew 5 I B50 tiTi 

veoonk bt prueont omwwt f rm>mt to bone- Automata ell heal 

mMt. Omed eulwe bora GORGE DISTRICT UveT garden $17,000 

P. W MOORR R CO . .. . 

B 7MI 4M m w may Eik-f®®® bunniow I hedriiao** aun room 

$5250 KER 8. STEPHENSON 

E. Armetruog. O 7»1b B Wwed. 1 4713 , , . LIMITHD 

* .mb-Ltu.. w .»» JAMES BAY 

OOROB— HKMI U3CATIOH Db"d gurdea la* *rarxw>/x kfkfhl Mtanee 



EiWON and OOOD TtlUIR at 4'* 
Cell Mr Oreen Evrninp. 0 3117 

OAK BAY 

Ybmiiy bmm uith revghu* I 
large bedroom* down. Uvtna-room 
diolrm-room. eleetrw tlteJien Lok* 
of o^t ipaee Twe-room eulta 
UF that will bnnt I4k rental 
cemeni eaaled batewient with fln- 
Whed rowm. Urge Im with ihrabe 
****** Hue*, 

with large veranda w 1 /x exAA 

Cknee te tea Price $ 1 0,000 

Mr* OetOA Evee . AIbWn 144 H 



BUuatad wii appro«imaUly 14 arre* ef 
parkland, rhu nooM I* in perteri modi* 
linn Coinprutng very large llvlng-ronm, 
guMt-iiae dlnmg-reom. library 14 e II 
lablnet hit, hen, three weil-appolntad bed- 



( $2000 >•*«•**•• One year eld 

^Jle Mtaqiatad. large living. ream, main floor*, 
bedroll. Pembroke b*th. rablnet Mped furnace 
Ralane. al 344 per menlh 
with the owner. PULL »rp/x/x 

YHIOR . $5500 

Me*ae eafl Mr Patrick. Bflfi. evn B4*43 ,x . - 



OUADRA gu»«.ii*e dlnmg-reom. library uf e II. 

CTt i^r-rs rxi im r\y ^ leblnet hit, hen. three weil-appolntad bed- 

5 I UuUU UurLtX Yive-rnem bungalnw with full baeemeai i**®* •® ““ ground floor, eewlng ang 

and new turnar* rorenttr rede<or*tMt dr*««lnt-rooni and large P^room on ler- 
I T#*r eld Upper eulie renied a« kto Etire large lot olth i*rsen and *b*o* 25^ **®*' ihnrMigblr modern plumbing 
• r e modern k-rMmed bungalow eet iree# Reduted far There are three flreplare* TTm what# ore. 

n f^r». Pembroke bath, hied cink auH-g mm p,,,- <5950 ' **•‘•'•4 • ••'! denrebW rountry heom 

*d furnace ^ rr ro 1 wuh imoiMareble view Ta*ee ga Owner 



$11,500 



CLOSE IN 



BELMONT— 5 ROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 

$2000 ST otJTZ rL. 



PAGE & SNAPE 



»44 PORT VT 



Yive-room bungalow, eery neei and clean 
with now raaf Jpet a few minuta* from 
Hudeon I Ray On Quirg g*-yAA 

poaeeeeinn Prioe 54 /UO 



with inionroarable view 

felng to England enye 

•ell at once 



$12,500 



A BARGAIN 



OOaOB-HKMI UXTATIOH 



Rtuccw buAialnw. 4 reosu, all good awed •44 OOVBIHMBirT ETRErr 
raame 0«r^ Hi baaeoNM. lurnaee ^ 

Good gardea Ni* om,sp/x kfkfhl Mutnee 



6 -ROOM BDHGALOH — TVRRB RM>- *HR fretta $7350 ■ 44 M ■ 0 43 l« - S 34 T 3 

rwame Ourage a ntan. g>*ortn 

•toom -rnfarUM. Rama 572CX) CLOVERDALE 

PAIlkPIBUy-.CtiOa TO aw* . 

’"rru^-. is*;;: newstead's 

asd to Btoa tkaaa Mmditlea $7850 X-JVJVAJ PCTIOC 

■LK LAKH-7H MtLRB FROM CTTT INVFSTMFNJT RcTIRE 

^ to a. mtota ^ wtU M prwod m . • INVtSIMENT VVITH INCOME 

*** 9 ^warutta land. Craek rws- HeS eatabluhad bgitnoa* renmattiQ of . 

ulsg iRrwtoiR Ctoehard g-rwem luUy mod- r^*(*a* fegaUbtaa. Mrge roflee eovnUr "*'• “ • waM-Faftof F«iHey and frwR 

•rs. hoi-waioe hMtad bungalow. 1 bog- ^ equipment Owed tarfw eaere wliR flee- boameoc heel big T~Tgb to knfee care wf 

?_*•**, all Inrga Vary large baeeenent joim Oreaolng 44 444 per otnnth encOy Mp — *a 

Q f ieniiuoi A beauilfil # * * e/si-* ^ fwrtbM mrormatiew. # . . tc/v ^ •***«• »• f»a* iRpi ng- 

bask el iRe right prwa $11, 500 •‘••a* fa®* •» tnoo $ 1 5, 750 toeome needed to tadnyw aigs 

Tarma Arroemed **** Nvtos- A hnnuUfwJ k-ruom radar- 

o.^ r»:7„r 

rive-room ituo n e bungalow, 1 yeara old RfkOAD ETRBST bincke frum Urn bna "A roof »wv -Be 

SL'TSi £T “ TT " • Kl*" ■"*’ $7500 

•f $8500 -rai ••in ,M iiM, 

Tnw-, mjm rmott nrrr OAK BAY - SPfOAL 

aJS%5«“JSJT.2:'Xa zrs beach and park 

^ '*~$2«)0 CALIFORNIA STYLE 

A"™ T-nn« • STUCCO BUNGALOW ^!i 21 

"■ '‘“.In,. “S’SIJ? •“ss; 'irsstjs'ssrz. $68oo 

EvMHtg* B»y». 0 74 S 4 drop-etrle living room with wreJtH Eeeohtga Mr LnnghAm. 0 4143 

. Ommo sarooa ^ 

^••OQH OABtH. lEtMl TO RS I4GV1D $12/000 

~ MtoM M. ggyh (3— eMMo Fonmom... NEWSTEAD REALTY 



CLOVERDALE 



550001 



NEWSTEAD'S 

RETIRE 

WITH INCOME 



Early PaaeoMimi ta tbu eomferw 
abk reuy.iwom etuqoo boneaiow 
Ha* enuanea hail, nleo Uving- 
room with fireplaoe Contral 
hall, two good bedroomi* modern 
bath, large bright kitchen wilh 
breaklaet emog Eleciric bot-watar 
tank and wired (wr eteetrk range 
He*. air heat. Plite gerecr AU 
thl* an a olc4 tot alantad i« lawn* 
eng garden Frteod g coCA 

with r*a*owaW* taeme $5950 

M, Grwon Evee . O 3t|g 



<20On * ♦•fr iMPt and - 

SZULKJ ttjeMy geenratad bungalow £l ,* 

fenetoilag of liviag-rodm with fireplace BllkJrAIAkA/ W*i 

4 nlng-rnom. iwe aloe badroom* oeUnet BUNGALOW 

*•“' ~ • ri"., 

^ our, $5950 •-S' 

Plaaee call Mr Futrlck. Bltgt, eve* 1 3443 1 baa Ulo Saar Cobinoi itttehen te wrred 

I for eipptrir ranee Elaetrte hwl water 

SPECIAL ;r:'er'':a;’:;r'" $n,oooi~ 

5 ROOMS— 1 YEAR OLD i •orn*%rooof 

^ . ^ . . . _ Fleeee Aek for O E Cholb 



WATERFRONT 
COWIGHAN BAY 



EXCEPTIONALLY 
GOOD BUY 
CADBORO BAY 

Thu praciHoUy new eiueco bungaMu rwn- 



Plea** call Mr Patrick. 



with pert baeem 
k Summer raeart 



$11,000 



- tbroughiul Inriudtng bedreem* Small tar. 

$8500 liJiT. ••®Uln» autem*ilf all furuare 
RU«/W|oood-eUed tot rieee u bea-h. etare eng 
,i^#por|at»pn. Tm** M4 gTCAA 

^[ytAX PR117 om.» $7500 



"SNAP" 



STRAWBERRIES 



One acre TOO HO PtAIPTR for 

iliLlSSLU”" IIHOlROIkOUirD 

SPRIHKLntO eymom tarelient 
terden. ready for uee g-reom 
•loocw home with ruO eemeni boee- 
meni Imrte Itaing-rwem fkre- 
pioce end ewa deck Rngbt cob- 
mot hikrheti. 3 hegreoiae arid 3- 
• MM both dMn 3 bedr««Mo* and 
«•• bs toaiobod room 

TMeo MS WIRtlo 3-mlla r.irelc 



4T I *<Mtpnwr> „„ .** ‘J’* I!"** '• '(»• t* *ee»fihe <lr« 

!!T— .Vf3_a»raetHe, Is bweD ^-reom etu'ca hungaloo rJi 

*** twndflton Hunraom, Ne. iuita two year* aM With an attra, 

khotly pine HeqlMater fire- floor pton Ihte houm r«n>iMe wf haU. 

pUra^tichen with brrakfaet rMOk- mie 4«wd-»d Uvino-rapm uiip rirepUra drj^ 

i-liJ LI. dowmtalra Ing-rpem iwe la»ge brdraome gnd (eur- 



— • - — eaemeient wire garaen -P i p ,VV/V' 

5 ROOMS— 1 YEAR OLD SUMMER CAMP "SNAP" 

$2000 .‘"u* oS,*'' Jsvr "• ‘Lr,:,r 's 

8^s route-south of b^sr.E'.”:'K7^L-~ ;- 

e~‘™-“'V5”5(S3 avenue 

fireptera IMnmg-rnnm Oak ftaor* 4- LANGFORD 1 

— 4 «*vc bapbroom Cabinet klirhen Pull, y - a ^ ^ 

r^t hoeMoent gerege futuere «•*•**» & MAY. LTD 

OAK BAY NORTH PRICE. $11,000 -'^r'Xn 



RAm.TADI OBTRSCT 

nve-room etue n e bungalow. i yeare eld 
rua bnoemewt Ctom to bu*. emcee and 

‘ ^ $8500 



sn.ooo 



FAIRFIELD 



HE Lohn- I noewa 144 fruk* trem, II a 34 
btokSlng fwHR D ur etd ywnft vbiS onn bo 
ooomrUA toke a d wRRn g . Qate a tat of 



“ “A T-o«« . STUCCO bungaLw 5 



CALIFORNIA STYLE 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 



Eroning* B»44 l O 74S4 

2 '‘^ieom~aiMuir it t mT to'rs isbnb 

OH pMsonp. Vhnk otimw mm mn. 



targe drwp-eerta living room with wrwtmht 

Dmebtagarowaj, 2,000 



Hno eoven-rwom hopm ta 

^thia alee walking dietaooe to 
the heart of vwurla Uetng- 
2^ MMM-rwom, 4 bodruoum^ 
dM Pufl aoptest baoiineut and 
btajr^ hooktog ir»u. wmrR 
SREIPeo _ _ _ _ 

M $8500 

M*. McOtlUcroy 

Flnonce Corporation 
(Lovort) Ltd. 

ISk JOMHB BU30. 7X| PCMT ET 



OAK BAY NORTH PRICE, $ 

Ekweee hnm. n.th g nice ro... nn kb. *•* 

mala floor and t twenmiek 3-rwom and kit- 

(henetw eulta up Pull bneestent with hot- * i* VA/t_iiT--ri 
air lieaitng aroum. eepareU garage eng J. H. WHITTl 
esrettant garoen Thta ta t rornfartAble ■ • • . 

home with a aloe loreone and oHoniod on LIMIl 

iranopertntkwn and rtenc to « i m e/^/^ wirvtii 

Ihe boa/h Foil mertb 5 IU,5UU fgl OOVERRMEirT ET 

HIGH LOCATION 

•pettatoiy etano k-room bontntow » the 
oomtor Ouktand* dtatnet Lrowf-room 
wHh fl to staee. targe dlnkng-room^ eery OAK BAY 

gupd ki dr a n mi, alee kitchen with laundry 

room aptuMf oft. rnO htgR bourn en* with nee-room eioeem toms 



Ptaaee Aek for T S Monk 

4 

H. WHITTOME & CO 
LIMITED 



WtoM mi. rmtrog mopta 54200' 

A«k tor Mr HVhotmn oe Mr Road Polkemj Afthur E HoyneS, Ltd. 



I R4WUS P O S7ER LTD 

1411 OOOOt-SR ET •Hear -The Roy^ 
Phone E3141 Reenlngg. t4<S7 



OFF OAK BAY AVENUE 



TWO GOOD VALUES IN 
FAMILY HOMES 

wyr-White etoing 4-raqmed 
^•IM to 1^ epp EHU O WHJi full beep. 
•J^nww Rond toe ho* waior hroier eng 
••• '•••• I ioraiud 4P guta4 hwaie- 
H*oet amoag ewnor^mewptoi 



fur^e ga^" M ^SraJeSmS^ al^ and krn n epomuW^rS^^ 
garden act guichir on khta «x<fV\ IHohon. ^ bwdro^ fa^ dST 

>6500 Mur yta.m”Vt>nm, Rprdwupd fta^n 2S 



rmrw^ tMTfll •■■■i « 

etora ta ra. <550n *^*^**nTAL 4-ROOM H04« bototo Oarden pkoeMod to vetWoW^ 
iJrlS^ * ****9** ^ oSTk to hm and oM 



Boyr>e & Normir>gton 



ilBt-room and Srepkooe 
hen gowneiolr* 3 hag- 
m boibrwom os Imm^ 
Ctam to -«ronepnrtoMos 



EmtoMt tuenoro sMpe lowngry tnbe 

▼onettoa Wind# end Snoe wtih hooM WHI ** ♦•••■torUHoe 

wke 44 km rooh. hatanee 444 #riP*APt " . 

e month Pneo S9Q00 Hh c Ifto® sometainra. gtonae esE 

c*eB Mr Coleo E 4494 *** TMOtokfRlGR, B t)4l R|*o O 43T7 



$5500 



I III PemboriM Etdg fDp One Ptighu Cn8 Mr Coteo tiSM *•* TMORHRlOR, Rt)4l R|m 013*7 

•j£ — -HtoM *il^”»torm4nmonQyMi LANGLEY REALTY CO HAWKES FOSTER LTD 



ERQI ilMSLT -taoor Croigftower Rood Sta- 
nnmi d eem i-gungatow on iwe ntre mta 
wKh raver el fnilt ireeo EiHranoe frem 
* ??J* 'to ta.. .(>* * •• and "msbtnaiton 

tohto i^heSot Quiet IneoMsn Owner 
fra Regtoo WUI gtee geCArt 

tasmed l oae p a meemen Prtot $5500 

EVnee nto toe « gpnoa. E EMI tventooe 
TI4 fOMTHT BlM 






aOLtU rOB iALB 



VERNON MARTIN & CO. 

UMmo 

VN mkOT PHowt auM 

HIGH 0AKLAND5 

* 4ko4 MOW W ta« atitof 

ty MT(«c-roo« bM **ry au« fti*- 
not$ uthi Tb«r« i$ * tulj 
bAMMAi vUb o*au«J bMUac # 4 orvi-i 
lUMMMbly priM« a( !p4o(AI 

t It I fit A'tTi 

AM i«r a«a kUAMi 
•T«aln«t O T3M 

BEAUTIFUL SEA VIEW 
OVERLOOKING 
CADBORO BAY 



■OUStt rOB ■4t.» 



T^E DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA . B.C.. SUNDAY. JULY II. I-W« 

■ouiBs roa sals t% houses fob ■*«* 





HOUSES rOB SALS 



HOtSBS rOB SALS 



P. R. BROWN i SONS 
LIMITED 

OAK BAY 

muVE 4MSA --nu* buat-.aJ tM«« 
I* iiiaatMl la mm af VicUirta'a mwt a*. 

JH*^***?? 

‘ff** abUliiBbla IB a mw«ara ‘■"itigalrt 
AU baattwMa naara cwaalaw ;Fi«.iLr»*iiZ 
aat«Muc ao bat>«aiar baai. laaiura Maa 
*a» Bo4 ua»* caUiaia la ail laeau P»a«ia«a 
^laa tiaa baU >ra^*M4‘, Kraila«M livtaa 
raa« «iib lUad (trtfiaca; fwaai*atM «m 
aua««iUJM4 ial(ra>BM«MD alac 
Ul^ aa4 braatlaat aSS. laatTr 

J bad/oama aatamad bath 

bJM >a««ar toot 



H AGAR'S PEMBERTON, HOLMES PEMBERTON, fHOLMES I VICTORIA REALTY 



HOUStS rOB SAU 



HOrSEA rOB SALB 



Wbita aiaaaa 



tmat- 






»**“ turara. 

•tal. Omo aaraataa atairvaa ta tavarl 
oaa Mp4 bar 'Hnubad la leaua mim>.! 
, uua lu«*i*ra aoa iM«a tar maid a roam' 
*04 batbraam Caoema «rivr«af la. 



“LAKESHORE" 

, FARM AND SUMMER 
RESORT 
GOOD FISHING 

Wan-a t a b b rtn4 Ukaahara farm aM 
Qahtai raaart. l-raam bauM Urn 
taur J raam *aM«a, * baab 
IB04IM bb 4 fttrpUlM fVOSb^ 

W lart at Ubatiantafa »Ub 

btarb WaU aliuaiad aa M atraa t 
^IlMl farm laiU. aall teaead. •om« 
NrnublBia aod iniiUmaBU a»d ataek 
ineUdad WaU (navn tar >u 4044 
Saltlni. ahoouaa *od ablmimlac nu 
U rsraUaal valiM and aorih ><:ur In* 
apartian vbicb ta br acitotnimriil 
anijf Tarma mar ba bad la a talutii* 



• 4 b*Ub 4 

AW tar UiM CabruiaU 

GORGE AREA 

j 0««d raaiAadUal Ucauaa vtib »u*a at , 
Ta*» , I Oarfa aaiarv PravUaallr baa mucm 

?* “• tbdmi matt ' J'*"f**** at I atea raam* Mardwaad' 
•“^"**w** clrcamaiaiMaa tlaara. a^n firapUca la U«inf-roam. laU' 
lllViiT Uny-raam. dining. raam aod baaamatii. bat an OIL-OMATtC 

bardaaa^ tJaara, and •'V^AC* aad_di1»fln garaga PargMB 

$10,500; 

JUBILEE HOSPITAL AREA 



4# 



• iclaaiaa agvau 






FOR REAL VALUES 
OUR 62ND YEAR 
GSI24 

>t»w ASORns. IdM OOTBJUtUm *T 

OAK BAY 

^ama daamng af a raaam. ail aa 1 Qaar 

Nica l)vuib<raeB. dining-raom kiiebaa 
] badraama laaimaat UbBdrr 
tab*, farbaaa, bai aaiat baaung U baa 
a tpUndlrt laratJan. balBd cluaa la iha 
baalnaaa raoua ot Oak Sa/. naar arhaou 
•04 abaat ib miouiat ta tba baacb cWar 
UIU Taata m 

BBS I $a75fli 



S23,000 0'*''^ SOUTH 



fUtt Call Mr •upfMT 
OAX BAT ertClAUST 



FOR REAL VALUES 
OUR 62ND YEAR 
G8I24 

I 

OWN WITH PRIDE ‘ 
this LOVELY COLONIAL 
HOME 

high QUADRAr_$ 12,600 

•aiU abowi 1 >aara aga Oraaada IbtiM 
ta bUatr dnaiapad. araamanial ahraba. 
trull uaaa *od aavd aataubU a*r^ 

llauaa cct.nm of tbruiifb 



• r MiUbaU 

nit oo(KM-A4 ST. Nui u Caira CMlaa' 
•bap luppatu Tba •ar"> 
orttca Pbaoa. t «1M. Vaaotng Pbcma O ntS 

NEW LISTINGS IN OAK BAY 
ALL FIRST-CLASS 
DISTRICTS 



BERNARD & CO. 



SMH 



OAK BAY 



$19,600 



'$9950 

, 'Br 

ni M • 



triaa aiBad tor a tiaa* 

, j bungalaa aad i IM 

iK? * *•*> biitaoira auaai la 

Oat Bu. }utt radocad u> prua a» ac* 
Muni at aarnar iaaruig tar Ntv £ralaad 
7%U troparir «iu oat laai Uaa at Uu 
prtM 



A f*rj Uraty fcapu naar paUifraot. 
■ n abat f urtad aaa «ua*. vaoAartui Uaa- 
uaa Aurantaa pkPdart. ataaaa bunga- 
U« Uria llriag-ro«m. dtoiag-raom. 
ia>u badiauma. da Ipaa biiabtA aud 
^4**?**' hardaaad taera 
Ibrougbaut IbU aamaoi barnaMn' aitb 
rum^ tmm and badraam Oampiaialr 
iMuIaiad. 0U>0<Matw atr-aabdituuad 
baat 



OAK BAY 

MOUMN .1 



CITY-GORGE 



•«* 



UPLANDS 

VIEW! VIEW! VIEW! 



a^ urga rutma and uUiliy tt 
aabdJUari Uiiaugbaai 
auaat atoaogat atbar gaad 



raam. dintni ra 



$16,750 



, - — ** biu^ dawn, tbraa gaad-*iud'*aU nrica naw 
binrimt and bauiroam up. r«uj eamaoil radurad la 
A*J«*bt witb pippd hawatr itttnaaa.1 
TBara arr fruit iraaa and a aka lardrn. 

•rparau garaga 
rrka aabad 
Uaitag a TM 

Aab tar Mr Armttraag 
Sraalnn O tTbd 



AiUactira. waU - buiH aad 

aWMia buagaUw 4t Bra , a . 

raM wHb* BrapUm/dlblng^raa^’a^ 0«V*- a raeaat IM aa Uiu faror- i ?l^2»a”la'tfn* BoiM^laa 

tUua antraoaa halt bardwaad tJaaral***, *•'*»€ ib* aaitr witli a tur- 1 

Madam aiuhan and balhraam t bad- ***^ mannialo riaw. it) taat Irantaga 1 
raamp Pull ctmanl bamaMni wiib *“ bwida iba Uplari<Ui 

Wira-ln garaga maa gardto with 1 !•*•* _ '* • »al# algo wu Ui*. 

larga and am*li frulU «• t a aaa Wby eat drira awrHWdar *ti4 

$ I Or 000 



aoo maMrn baibraam wiib asaal- 
litbraa. gQcioaad ilairway U Una 17^50 , 

■b. alaa t untlciuriad (oam Pull partaci 

i baaamar.i wiib l-raam auiu rt ?* * 

>d in wood pantliuig Mot aaian**** 
naaubg. rwomUd radtawra Cappar 

waibg tbrongnam Oak naera in main «1 1 CnA-«*«l bJ muuMob an 00a «l CEDAR MU t 
Paoauan bUadi Aitacbad ftra- ^ ' '^vU Um boat atratu in Oak Ba* 1,'^“ “ILL 






FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

OAK BAY 

lb iBa tinaot raaiB a nlial aaruM. Thm 
tl*w>taiim da tbia buitgaUw oo iBa mar- 
kka* Car uir tint Uma, baa arrtytBiaa tbal 
^a b«pw aobar awuM oatira Oe Uu aaib 
, Mna Uring'rwam aad luil-aiaa dib- 
tya Urga baBra u ma. full alortru 
kurban wild brraktaat »oa4. fouc-pinu 
l^mbroka baiBrawm and Unnar* loum. 

thtaugbilUt. 

-rfl ! 5 * *•?*!?•“* raam aitb 

braroam an« ibraa-pirra 
batbraom Tbit nama la inauia'rd 



alraamllnad kiirb 



ao tma larga badraama and modrrn 
batbraom. hardwood •aart Pull ra- 
mant hatamani Baauubal Uedarapad 

gardai 



• »b ml Pruad a. 



> ' 4,/U 



tr 



SHELBOURNE DISTRICT 



PUaar CaU VWUt UcUm 

rrabinga O IM* 



and rrgrtaairt 



GORGE 



$4200 



$6500 



TWO ACRES OF 
WATERFRONT 



• Mbbiitul. bouUrardad atraai. r.uoa tOi 
aua Una. aiarar and arhaol Atiraetrr* d> I 
ramanl Imaammi BCtT. 
WATBR KBaTINO, aaparata gtian ate I 
tarrir gbrdaa with nawart. onjeA 
trvlta and ragatablm $8450 



I An Kaci'iaira Laaung 

PUMt CbiJ Ml BUPOr* 

Altracriaa 4 • raam Muraa bungaUw 

,\i:ir/J^2ooo cash - price $5500 

?:Tk 

madiaU pottaaalan 

Pttet 




tart 01 aaltsIroM aud gnod 
iMilng ti»u at raal Pull nrka 
LkUng A-dt) 

Aat tar R>g Manarr 

tranind*. 41 TXN 



NEAR HOLLYWOOD 
CRESCENT 

Bl buivgabtw at tram* and abingta rnri 



walking 
waU- 
•tun 
dawn 

CXflQn ' Pdir"<«»anr‘tlMA*o? 

)OODU|*¥^ luriiM and aaira lailr: Bvary. 

inibg at flaao aa a naa pta AUa an 
praprrt* u a mail cattag* at iwn rauma 
alna p«nir* «>nk and lauat Lml* aid- 
lima aarlndtd gardaa aith tub paal and 
^n* tuii-baaring trati trtaa Pbrtbar 
intarinnuan at aftira «<wpaa 

$7500 



.GORDON HEAD 
'SEAFRONT 



$6500 ,3150 



wai«r baaiad 



d-rwm b'Hiar writ aituatad aad aa- 
cludad an I'* acraw Oii.o-Maur baai- 
•ng Laraly ruwa and a goad aand* 

Prka $] 4 , 750 l*^' •ramVga'Tijod 



REVENUE $200 A MONTH 

large furnished home 
central location 
$12,600 

eaai '^Uiuaird In an Idaal higli UaatUn nn a 
JSf.'!*' . ’*’**r** Uana. tUwaia a^ 

*nut A nii^iniiii ■#llaBkAiu 
CA BM, BAtAMCV IM AU raott <3 rooms or$ iuftiUbt 4 

MOtnn buya a i-ram hat I M • a;#ady inaama at dMo p*r 

ad bnntalaw, Kicbmand A»t '*«"tt» Moi-watir htaUng Auiamauc 

f*aits luuht 

To Vua. Call Vialrt MrLtaa 
Bvaninga, G..dMl 



• 4 . *!»»• a 4 -ra«m bungniti^ wiin nook* 
ThU bamr u altuaiad an iwa Ult whirh 
*® 4 aa it 0 lutia mart attrartlra tar tba 
;tMyar wbn wufcan aliuk mup^^vt Ibnn 
th* ordinary Ui Rai air aBinmaric haai- 
• leg 



$4950 

1 4 ROOMS— FULL BASEMENT CITY 



I ** ®-4 <«aauur»a4 H»a>raan ahaaa bun- 
11 0 AArt ' **“’* lb mate raowa 

Mi**!!!!** « tm lb Uogib. 

pU aitrarttrr aami-feungalaw on U.gb t wS„S!? dining- w* or itirra 

lerauan. aith ••"datt^riawi and a*, i! ba*aniriit 

1!?2. ,«**n«-raam. madam kluhm b-"^***' "•"' '*aak**ahlr torin* 

$7850 

gorge 



M'Z^yy MOtrrH buya a naai laguimatt 
d-ronm bungaww wub untinubad attic 



7 FRUIT TREES 

Baldam wc haca tba apparlttnlir ta attar 
mieb 0 gaad but to a 4-raam bungaUw 
^ • raiiraa cauwlr |l*rry. 

tar and li (a 
^•“*>tui gardaa and T 
fuU-brannf truli traa* tuU ramani baaa- 
Mnt and tbrnaia gmci Ucauan hut tat 
dam iranaparia’iaA 



$11,500 POUR BEDROOMS 



^r aU (baat ttaMinablr Irrau aab for 
Kama* ■ at Pambaruin. Halmra 



private lAKE 



CLOSE TO GORGE VALE 



nrurtlou, u good raadKlMi. Coiepriaar • . 

Br'*oihra hall hrii.g ■ rwom mUi fra- Z *?P a«ratora bam* al 4 raama and 
pUra dining-raom. »,aahtaM raum. • uiUltr roam UadJnr tram 

an iw« bfitraama and inrar-<,lc,-c bath- 1 tttrhan Tbu batna hna n»*tr baan 
room an main naar ibr** brdiooma *Hh ®*'-''rWad Pull raMwirnr turaar* and gar- 

Urg* riMPU up Pull ermrnt bai*m*nt. Builabia tar navgi pr daebrard par 

bei>air haacing arparaio garag* An ,«■ ••‘'bOL Priro, ar naar 

criUn' family ham* *Uar 

UOtxrnr TO $7950 

Luilrtg A-dTd 

A'lk lor Mr Claika 
■ irninga <j Wig 



And JM beraa «nbaui T tirarad 
'-raomad hnuaa. Wail uiuMrad 



Wllb 

Oaod 



HAULTAIN AREA 
three BEDROOMS 

'^•rrwimad a*weaa^ngauw. two taari aid 



oUd huM&I -SSL.!"*'*' Iidhllbt I Through ball, omburatw* lit ng-ra^ 
ImmrdUu namaaian «OjUU' AtDrrmrniUnrd hart 



PRIVATE ISLAND 



$8000, 



and dining-room 
. .. . ,o„ ralllngi and 

naar* ) brdraemi. ^-picra 

bottom, roomy eaUrai kUchan. ilia aink 
wirad far rlarirk ranga PuJl eamrni baar- 
Thu pklurraaua uund at apprwpl.'JriSi' ^‘*•‘4 twrnaea 
mairly g unt „ a*u aiiuatrd'^aithinjTliJI,*^ ••raga Cantplatrl* r*da«ora(4 
• *'• rawing duunra offlhrli!!^ tOCAn'kaaH. a 

Baanuh Ptoiiuuia a eogy lama JYDUU 

plarrd in a (In* paaKian aiih an un-* Pu»»« r-.t, •••* well 

^irucud flaw at athar uUnda nwwn. 



GORDON HEAD 

•artiHianaiiy wall bbill bauaa at g raomi 
^ totiaarraiary an appruaimataly i>* 
Hardwood naw* in ball 
llWng and dining-rooma TT»a kilcbrn haa 
^n cemplauly mudarnuad Duraid rwat 
baaamani and farnaM Oarag* and 
albar aotbuUdlng*. 

rOM QVJCK SALS $9000 



rn*. •* *<»'•**• radari}j 4 **'“'"d* Mkb vttmar bam* «i,ti tun 

®^**^*>^ naat tbrnacr and gatagr A grmii 

_^ 4 ga irving-roem. dlomg. i “**<**^ famiir hum* anti -•tni.ri kti%.*n. 
V’**'** Brdrmicna * *^*^rai# haiiiruam and iuiai* gtrd*,- oro 
and batnraam. haraw'md Baar* Pull '**** bama if yau rrouira faur - — 
aam*ni baarmani Bwundld gardae /badraama 



$7500 



LAKE HILL 

M35 REYNOLDS ROAD 
(EXCLUSIVE! 



OAK BAY 



$6400, 



HIGH GORGE 



PUaaa oak tar Mr Ball 

ALBERT HEAD 
SEAFRONT 



ESQUIMALT 



la*lnmoa*m Blrtat 
Prai.-aaltl bungainw-trpa ha«a roioaining 
imaii dm alib t«'*pi*<,, ii.ing-roam 
bright kitrh**.* ihrra 
ga»4-*iiM brdrmmi and baihrenm aU m 
^ riw <Mw4.bamma>l aoMraia ^ 
Ihu f*‘r_gardan Ul. •*« O*n*r-er*oplad 

$5750 



COMPLETE IN EVERY 
DETAIL 

yO«7 CAV MOVg MOMT IKTo Ihu *'**• • 

mndarn ntu-ragm bungah>a wilhnul aoyi"*’*'* 
a*i,a *ai>*ua* Camurw** Thruugh hall Brriuaira iUlIng 
imng-raam wub tuaplarr dining ' 
raftinat klirbrn UImi tour-i,i»r* P»m> 
biok* bathranm ana tun oa<U(mai* tuU 
M«*nl bawjeaMi drir* in gai*g* Laigr 

Undacapad Ul Kitra agulpmani liuludaa - •-»rf 

TatiriiBfl bitnda rhim*«, aimrw hat-aat*r * . . 

baai»r wir*4 fur •Urirl, rang* and OH- • ***' tlltta «u**a hungalna *r tnii* gnad- 
“ M oaan rirawlar* m tlyina-ranm 



CLOSE TO WORK POINT 
BARRACKS 



Ulna nod U>a «m*U rratt tbai ply tba 
aaura *loa* bt Thr •bnrellnt w 
dutlad with inviting litll* bay*. b*arh«i 
and larrai Pleau and •balurad aneb- 
tra|* far baau Good waiar Itiraly 
(imbarad Bam* gaad awl B«r*IUnt 
Mil aai*r ftthUM If ganaintly iiiur- 
••tad in ourrhaiTng ihli lypa nt proia- 



PUaaa Colt Bdgar Markanila 
BrriUnga. B aUJ 



GORGE 
VINCENT AVENUE 



'tth a I'raam rahin a«t- 
w.“_ T*iera u aUv a conmir 

baaaiMi for a naw batta* ]g a M and 
ronaidarapJr lumbar po tha 
arwnarty P»r guKk mU $3800 
PIcaaa Aak far Mr Hall 



SNAP 



_ .. •i«raa and ttanaporuimn 4- 

•aud In purrhaiTng ihli lypa of prop- 1^**;^ aiuera bungaUw Uring-ttmm. ;**'m«l»* au-raoiti hungat.>a Im-mad an 
•Ml piaam call m •< aur allira tar hardwnd fUar I badraomA '««“ bua raoia taraiiam tocaiiM lUatT 

furtbet m<aama«Mn CAA 1?^* ^ tnthm ;«Hi‘ wu lawm ar.d gnrflTnV A ^ma 

•arliutrt aganu PiUa $ I 0, 500 'T' •*•«'”« range Pull e*»am '*• b* PrnM af Tw.. u”a UU PumH^ra 

bamm*^ dfirr-in g*,ag* Puji* inaula.ad ran ba purmaaad rurimura 

CftHAMilbH n*l4g.M - Lol Mvl)# ThSHM AHH /•Immm akal. I *bnw ma.a^^ 



CADBORO BAY 



O-Mnuc bail Tbara U a aid* drira and Hrawlar* m tlyina-ranm 

armmt ,tr park ^ l»allah*d flnara raniral halt *tr At- 

{(nmmttacf cxia.aaaiAa $ I 0,500 ••'•ga and uitm* ran* POr 

tuting A-431 w/www J5600 



tuting A-43'l 

Aak tar Mr. Clarka 
R**nlnga O T))t 

OAK BAY 
SPLENDID VALUE 

lUauUf'ii arrai-bungalnw oraaar rnnairua^ 

Uon Tnraugh ball Urga llving-raam with 
tlrralnea. gutatutaa dlniikg-<anm labinat' 
klirbrn lao brdroociu maitrr badraam, UW BBOAD BTWBrr 
^a twin fUthaa rinarla. laur-pura Prm- ' 
brnka batbraom. canraalad gtatiany ta 
404 Inrgr badraom and raw untinlahad 

unainiri Hardwood lloer* li> main Mr 0*TanU Q im 
mama Tull cemmt baa»mani with iMndit 
tuba and hauatr pipad furnn** Pnv*.in 
garagv 
Pub prtM 
Urting A-g#4 

Aak far Mua CourtnaJI 
•••blog*. oniT 



I rodnnad ta 

R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

■atabtiahad igpg 

Mambar Real CaUia Bnprd at VirtarU 

pHojri o rm 



tianalM luung «t prawartita far aaU 
■ t fair mark*! vaina, aUi raraira a«r 
imrnadlaia aitaniinn 



Hogor & Swaync Ltd. 

«M vifw mtirr nrm-g-i 

WBrnirof a igg) 

iMaabar Baal latau Board at Viciarib< 



iMr 



$11,000 



Craning* 

Pruk. O I4if 



Mr Barirm, jr , ■ ijpt 



NEW CEDAR SHAKE 



Ara-rnam bungnlow rlaaa lo Oak Bay 
Atanua Urirw-raam likaaOi dlntiw-raam 
and antranra ball hata oak parguri rinar*. 
ta* badratmu fa«r-pU«a Ptmibraka baiB- 
raam and a draam kltahan uUHtf r — ~ 
with Uondry tdh« Thara u a full I 
baaamani mnUia^ng rumpua rua 
flravUkt and flnuhad in 
knotty plna Puli prUa 
Lifting A-tTg 



the b.c. land 

• urvirrMSirr aospcy 

0««r gg Ttar* M Brai biaia 



_ ESQUIMALT 

i'i’,!2 NEAR CRAIGFLOWER ROAD 



$9500— HIGH LOCATION 
RANCH STYLE 

■OT-WATXB HBAT 

A baauiitu liyr-raam iturnn bungalow. 
•Iluaiad lo a high, baalthy UaalUa. Ur- 
Mr inruB, » IWt l"»*raam lT»i^ opan tlraplor* larg* 
Mr MUlar. o WI4 1 •‘M"*. through baUway. gaad- 

'•!•• maaiar badraam and a uiallar bad- 

PamOfok* bathroom 
Wllb Inlaid lino padraui baain. kitrhen 
and dlnaiM, tJIad atnk, r*frig*rawr *pae* 
aailing* hardwaad and 
Mr tMdf* Tanaiun bhnda thraughawt 
n. itwuiaiad. Bun da^a^* 

LbTi Hot-watar htaling 

f unu In sillily roam adjolnlnt kurhao and 

‘if* *“«• t»f44»k 

haiba and cariainiy wartb 

•lylt bam* yoa arr aaarfbtng tar than 

«a* c'lm*** *’••• 



4ft*m Taa’aa |M Orar utl* 

rAra‘ $5950 

Carluaira Aganu 
r»ra»* Call Bdiar Mark* ntis 
rv«nirf« % 

LOW PRICED 

BUT DEFINITELY A VALUE 
FOR YOUR MONEY 



$8400 



LTD. 



Hk* t-rnaaiiad *tuma bsnralaw i, bag.. ***'**■ 
span firrplata ***"•'’ 
•■»*•** Pb»braka 
aothraoB Pull *a«n«ni baaamant, mppar 
piprd thrpughaat Puma** and dricwte 

a rag* Goad Uratian tan yp*i)n Taaaa 
' par yaar - 

Wl'a $7400 

PUaaa Call far Akack 
Bvaninga. Caigwlta lltO 



Pbr guuk aal* 

Carly Poagaa*>oit 
PUaaa Aik tor Mr Brtia 
Iranuiga o ajag 
Tbu la an Ssrlqalra U*M»g 

SUPER BUNGALOW 
$3000 DOWN 

^ par montb far naw g-raam biintainw 
•'•41VU rang* PngMaira 
^ Vtnttia tntf ^th^r arilrlM 
avallaUf If drairag 
Priea 



II you ar* UokUig tar a r«all, nka bam* ! 

In iht* »ary popular dutrhi «* wouk) hka ' Tl ACC fhJ 

1 IM *g f> nt floH, a/.a.-* ff y*« «r* 
t»tara«(m and unabla la ria* ihM prouarty 
y^.mif •* hill ba glad i*. .hnw^*« 

$9750 

CaU Mr Rauptruiarb 

$11,000 

SECLUDED HOME 
SPLENDID VIEW 

A raunirt hama m tha ) -miu cirri* ' 

£ r„- fi.- k;: oak bay 

ra",n;.:r*a 

^ •’"'"Pbrr. 

VUaad at *ppainiBr|»n« Only I 



$6600 



atutra bungaU* In •».*:iant , <^*» room eciar ahaka hxiwaUw with lull 
«hra«H'»u* Largr •!.,»«. tmaamaitt and 
!?YS:. 'ba bad -A ramforUbl* n.ndarn |<o!» a?u»*htra^ 

2^ t" ^ ha.dwraU tlwira •-— ; Pa.Mbrek* ba"ttH.m rabtnai 

Bull ramrr)l baaamaat Baautlful gar- kl'rhan aiih Iliad unh Uaa* and Vr-^ 
Sr »«lk»br)dlng baranin at ihla'ltan Mind* Inaludad 

PHM. ,g| 

fticlyiift Usun$ I 

$8350 PARKDALE 

RhUlwd In knaiiy gin*, ueatalra PuD* 
ramani baaamant Lofalr garden 

Til* i"?“, baramanl. 

17SfKVrir turrwea Baporai* gar- 

PrOyU,*** CUa* (« tranipartaMiHt t»d *h«pping 
diatrict fUaaanably pruad 



FERNWOOO 



Maa* walartrani thu Uraiy madam 
^^alnw at fir* raws, hardwood IU,.m 
^rmighnui alt haalina teraiy cardan 
A bargain al Utl* pOra 



at 



$6500 



$4750 

ESQUIMALT 
near THE VILLAGE 



A Bargain Thia ai4»T-i*p* w*i1-,ait 
•truriad aami.pui talaw «f »i* room* 
and ba«h,aara D>ir*ld rant taparai* 

Mrawa Praparta haa 4»a urp* Urn Of 



A *1* rnam <m<t-bunaaic>w 

traroid rant light prJuhto 
mmalataiy r*d*< ‘-ratad ttiain* 
• a-a» and •hnwptng rantiw 



6-ROOM HOUSE 

I) BeTtRrvyuit' 



nmm *wa r*rp* wtg of *na mnWP’nf rm 

Itma* *t trull DrMbUaly gaod buy aruund 

BURNSIDE 



axh hpw 
Mr Mnnra, 

Hand, in 

$4500 



I JAMES BAY 



$6100 



Chdar-typa bama b«< Ip yary bmA 
tun awnar aUJ tak* ly 7Jg darfVrVbi 

Oa 



u. .It ‘ra"MrarUiian and arhnnU It' 

KJ era lAobing |«r a raaaonaPlr- srkad ' aw 
*M thu ana Lot' jSttfi* 

** h*»*maB(, bhi gir y,,g( , 



GORGE 



BUwf-raam *iuw bungaUw. fult aamant 
taramani and turnara Largr llnng room 
wtb opan ttraplarr aivg bardwu^ Oaar* 



'Or waar Ofltrt 
Ptraw Aak fnr Mr Ban* 
lYtfihtft. O t3M 

OAKLANDS 
SCHOOL IS OUT 
BUT 



.< location 

$I0,500;A rooms— good district 
$6500 

would ha aupprlaad fr yaw aowtd*S?J «Yl 



Yaur afUWran wUI ba baak i 
(ara yaw know it and ihu 
almaat saw ttwroa buMalew 



achaai ba- 
l-ranm-pim 
U luat a 



k^darn •*«*» yaar. aid Kimco hunga- 
ww tar» llnng.raran madam kiirhm 

ana non> ish hadrmUB* and modaru 
hamrtmm utility nwHS garaga Ra,*i. 
»mi mr<dl(«an thrm, ghoul Walking 
duiam-f tram fty Mtiipa ‘ 

renfldaytra and Brai Ikaauiu Uat Tour 
Braparty with 



I Praif. raam whii* »hlng>* cMiag* with 



larg* livlna.rnnpi gnn f,,,. 




BERNARD & CO. 

i»i Po»T rmirr mowg b utg 

CmU« Kawaa 



DISTRICT 



klilh*?^^ ihrMghoat enbtiMia and Ula,*^* ‘ram aefwsla and'ut^lng duTrici 

and gurdan PuU prira $7000 

Ptanao CaB Inn Ateaah 
tvanlAga. CnlgulU 1140 



Aak far Mr Arsutrang 
•vanlnga. O gfgg 



GORGE 



$ 1 1 ,500 ^ 2^ ‘tKur'ouSiy ruT'^ I OLD 

aub* *?*,.*•• ***^ modern alg-raom atucia trungalaw FuD 

rr.«L garden and full graan frull haaamtoi and turnnea. Largo Uvftaa-roam 

«,** lorfudad Bsriy poaa»a *nd dlnlng-rwam rambthad ihr*/ hm 

’**“^“** C^lraama. thrSwb hallway ^arnj^a 

Pun ■*!— *"•* •**'* four-pUr* baibraam 

«n griaa aniy #55vU Tfirad fnr alararu ranga Dtiradnra^^ 

MAPLEWOOD AVENUE i‘^' 



Pernberton, Holmes, Ltd. 

»••• OOPtfUrMBfT BTIkBYT O glM 
Os# BUak tfp Pram Paatnara 



M town and la 

.. Vii;;.'.':: Mrallaat garden* 

•»®m*hnd g-rsum'fY ha. • rharm ralM n*]^ 

” 



Urge Ityiftg.raom' w'llb 'flTJiril'' * ' ,hS''V~* “*“• «o*>-l»l*d by '1'!!? h*‘hr^ downMalr. tJpgiair. ’^h, 

raved aatllnn wun nniiiY.. . v^' *— ' wAnat ^ *ani raaammt with fwt watrr Oit 0-m*tu 

Bat air MiSi brat” $6300 •bPaS^ ga" n 

mmt aM) far wwngr la 01 and 'v g*tdaii u aaarpilraaUy woi rtrtVi 

ram prua $7950 B^^ENTWOOD— $3300 rar»««*d $21,(X)0 



PtoM CaU Ktn Uw 
■vmihg* BJIlg 



(arm 



# y ngf/n— Aliratiir* 4-raam ataana bun-1 • . ••'••-raraiig tair-badrasm hdwsa inl 
^Oy^U gsUw. with full ramani baaa- , **!ra damrabU diautri On larg* la*' 

mam. turnbca. driva-hi garaga. Urge UlIT"'' •‘*'*iy m frail. sbUkan Bouaa fuUl 
— . ,k. tT... baaamrnt Mraaa i« . 



ii. turnbca. drira-hi garaga. Urge UlIT''^* •■•niy of frail. sbUkan Bnuaa. full] 
laiad In oaa of iba oVmI liKbUana of ^"nrnt. garag* la baaamtni 
Uarga dUUUt aad cloaa W Uargo Band . ^ OtlU _. . AOOUU 

Taaaa gd) Morigiga g) Igg. Can ba na-i 
•wmad ar psM of 



$6850— GORGE 
FOUR ROOMS — MODERN 
FULL BASEMENT 

. !*" nraplara aUa klirbab 
with uUd aink. iwa badraaau. tikd floor 
I ' ”2. y ■•jra iiu aisang atbar mw’ J" ^‘hroam PuU bnarmani and fsrnara 
b«M Blgb with *Mw avarlaaklng •um- "“‘1 In baarawm TbIa bama Vnl 

<KO**A ' 5?*?^ f.rf* madam and homahka •Jfh« y*ari aid Ooad aarnan 

55VDU braakta*i nook and ulimyi .”T‘J *~.raa^ M dlnuya-rram brank-tf** f*n«ad cfaaa w bta aarrtra Aak for 
raam wuh baaamnit and turaaea. Urge byraty kllrhas. lour hadraomal'^T MaPty. B )|g| «**•« B^y, 

Ut Tutaa ggg | rasaanabJy prirad ■ wn 



QUADRA 



MOUNT VIEW AREA 

T*j* Bn* bama ilu aisang atbar saw' 



OAK BAY 



And spas ta affors. 4-raom 
^ / V vU araeco bungbinw with full r^ 
■uni baaamani t»ai-alr turnara and diira- 
tn garaga Mircly UluaUd an ba«tF«ard*d 
atraat and bnlt bUrb M bua tnun*dUM 
g 



DUPLEX 

<7^/VT ** ‘•VM Ora rail of I raam# 
w/OVUawd baUirasm arallabU ta pst- 
ahaaar Tbla U a very gaad ranvaralM 
and spitatra Is • mlt-rwhUlsad awUa at 
4 raama and bstb rs am rantad anfuralalwd 
at g)4 gg with watar and light •irppitad 
only Pul) awBiant b*»»m*rvt arid furna**. 

Oaod alty losatids a« high graonA. Poa- 
■aamas by July IL 

TRIPLEX 

5-ROOM APARTMENT 
AVAILABLE FOR 
PURCHASER 
$6300 

Ttw athar two snHa mmprUa 1 and I- 
raam awJias raslad al g4tM Idasity altu 
atad aUaa In and laa«a only gdi tkania. 
y^a rarant raMa t)7 gd Thta U mday'a | Prtaa 



$79001 

Off quadra street 



$5250— OAKLANDS 



baaamant and 
“‘•Blaaa. two bad- 

yf_ *••• Bra •b*a admlrwd tbaaa saw 12^ batbraom, amaO ans. 

■55S“„** "•* ^M*fkt St baaur hasyaa |?m*^ ‘it** *• ***• ^ Ta*a* 

‘ira-renmad. twa-hadiUam bumiaUw t*2*— ^ MePr*. B ttai laaat. 

fraparl. and a hatmy^!***”’ 



MARA, BATE & CO., LTD. 

oppm 

SYLVAN retreat 

Bpand ypwr Bummar or tamain iba »osr 
a^d IS a moat auracUr* ipm ad^ 
baauufsl Ufca only nier miUa tram tha 
my arntra Amidat a grara af ir*ai and 
nght an tha watartront u a madarn a- 
y ra«ag* with alarirlt light and mad. 
^ pUmblng Tour awn &k U -tt t 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd. 

}g03 ooTBuiMxirr rr 



PaOHB o gilt 



McCANDLESS realty 

FAIRFIELD — MODERN 

***•“•.''1 . •‘•-cram aaurwo bunsaUw asw- 

ra2m*yTemSnf’s5!!L.i?* ttrapUar dlning- 
2?!d ■roaiXiMB. taMrwi klu^n 

bi^dwJra fl^' wLT 

J^tll raaaant baaacMnc 



Uw'TL?'l.‘®S'“"» bama at 

PUniTlf riJ^r.Yi* foVT.U 

in Link *^ir* • Brad rant (g r*la* 

-*k^. aJaw* ihiUDad An idral family ham*. ah»a* to ahopping 

'■Hy rae-.rantra asd irsitapartaiUn Large raeVv- 



OAK BAY 

• 01L-O.MATTU> 



... " ancwwr ala 

n^r phimblnc reiighad tn 



vauUsra* at 



Within 
lib I 



rary madarau prtaa' 

$4500—7 ROOMS 
2 LOTS 

lata all la 



•P Thi# hsmt UMd. «| tTV 

ragaubua aad frwH 

*• laaring town * **•’* ** 

Call Mr Clark Ivan lug Pbgs« g gpgf 

POSSESSION IN 3 MONTHS 



yaur frUnda. 
ihraugb baU. 
fujT I 



rtry 



will ba proud 

raoua aeirasra _ _ 

{?,» •"** *™ OIL-O-MATIC R«AT 

Iw. garage In b aaamanL T»a good uu 

« . $10,500 



ROCKLAND AVE 
DISTRICT 

daiuhtful 



... J. amallar type 

with abarm CUntolaa ^a 



large dlrung- 
raom and baibraam. i 
k-plara hatbranm 



of reaydaoro 

> maid • raam 
ground near 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

Igtg OOOOLAB STKSrr iNaar "Tha •ay*‘| 



CITY-HILLSIDE 
$5000 CASH HANDLES 

IN PTfUT 



5*^1 OLOm-TTPI HOIfSB 
CLABO CONtymOgI THU h 
a wandarful new aver 
wliB MrapUra. large 

baihraam Earilia'nl hub 

sitVs:,- i-£rL,r-r;si ssfr 

raam aad Mrawlaca. ) nwta badraama aia mmt --- * handla Balatira al 

SLV'Sl!r-lw^r,*^ard.r aV*^^ $6500 

j::;. SiTi^ 



<A*k for Mr Harrington 

2 IN OAK BAY 

■ :.r.'Er.r rinT' 

$6500 

9 g Kaoma 
CampUtoly 

$9000 

(Opau la Offmi 

AM far Mr Malhawaao— g«oa . OMM 



•toran 



$8995 

REVENUE— DUPLEX 



Si f«#f sowsom bMFciMfici 

Mon SoOft lo ^ o&DrMl AUTOMATIC COAlr 0TonAl IlMfBi Mamm sa 

r- $6500:S.r ■" *'■“ 

htrau Aiking ramputa hia larger 

ra tom... $6975 

FAIRFIELD 
SEA VIEWS 
$6950~rJC 

KR -i:.a .■itr'vi??!'*":'!; 



Walking dUtosra 
baibroam far 



Hardwwad lUar* , 
Mara attrawilr* ' 



kraUam proaoalllan 
‘Tra a city. Thraa raama and ••inruaa ,or 

ra*^ Half aaab handUa 

A OOOO BITT AT $6300 



VIEW ROYAL 



OAK BAY 



A g-rwamad buegaUw wttb oO- 

O-Matk hast ato . h> aa auraaiua gar- 
ran. Math at tba Aransa aad rtom to 
toanwartoUstt. ^ 

**T*ra $ 1 1 ,000 

Aak far Mr Rapa 

OVERLOOKING ELK LAKE 

*‘*.**raaa eemmanra'll Ama of tba hakadras. 

kuiLas i2?''5r kniritu Wtuat^ a hSu^ifi 

■!?;...^ ?!?: *'“» • rararamu rtow aaar the taka 



,Q(g] I craaUsa Uriag 



ALEX G. HILL & CO. 

Mi pnw vnmr nboam tig> o pigi 



KING 

LIGHT l{4DUSTRIAL 

CiralUal alto M Virtorla NarPur ITY-R 

$35,000 

TRANSFER COMPANY 

Oaod rramn fog rallisg 



waiarfrrat. 
Prb* 



$21,000 

UNIQUE POSITION 

M Bay. hUh ra amidm Uu oaka. ahaa- 
Y7‘ ** • daairabU pari. 

A*,*^**’* •■***• rasaaa husgaUw at a*- 
TyHrai rarattruatlan and flnWy DauMa 
alumwng rbsrwns Bwina-rawm g«w- 
bHraas wHb urga 
naak two badrimma dwwn aad ara w 
Pratty landarapad gardan, aama Ana 
•piwadlng ask iraat. Cggy g . , c.t\r\ 

woW to asndv bM 4 b PrUa $ 14,500 

An rarhitt** Liating 
Ptosa. Aak for Mr C. X. P Pagihawa 

*» oorvMiTMBrr rr oaitg 

M*mbar Baal BaUto Board of Vlruarls 



lake hill district 



A galet ararara 
Bifarwialira «pw 

SEAfRONT 

Twa-aa r a Wl at Darp Ogra. 
wllb gradual aUga 
to watar — 

INCOME 

Thrsa aanat N W baM t raarat akarwa 

$14,500 



OAK BAY 
TRADE 



I UQI^IMAlT a auasrur bras a( nrgt- 
<laaa aaoatraraira and to raa.lMat ami«. 
]tton aB ibrauRb Vaa BguAI Brlra-raaM 

Nwaly iraad radraama as main flasr. 

A k AAA '•raaru baibrwam. bngbt kitrbra with 

$4000 1 STTS* 

'Ultra badraam wtib hai and raid wstm 
era a awry iiaa btffiard rasa Thar* 

eanareto baramest wuh idll OO- 
^^»«e bM watar braitog aya^Tanda 
f^y -u* bardw.md Maa* 

*V** Yra. wall ateakad arm to flrat 
»b*ra with aararata aaraga Thi. 
auaawUasallT Rno arawarty and 
adaptad far a bdtot ar far aub-umra 

$10,500 



Uvviy 1-raato brato. Nsrib Oak Bay. 
■rahang* m ra d ar bama PantowUr* 
M ofTUa. 



2-MILE CIRCLE 

fNoa 4 gum 

bw gfPBtom 

nr ^ $4750 



as 

wan 



l ato atfta rang* 

pAS BAT. A VBkY DWUUBLt ROMB 
In aaclurad toratira aair l ra b ing part artd 
aaneasiant to ih ra amg dUtrtot Raa Mro 



27S7» «n>wo «m. 

ufif JI. NOOggA u altutad pn a 

lariat aito U awrauadra by a bassUfui 
fjrara Ii ^ m tgtrs Urge ttoisg-rasm 
>9Ail)t. madara ktuban atui dintgu-nawk. 

-W^r. torn, ag g.m„.^ $7^ 

CITY 

I *TSAJi«ou$ uTttAA 

l^W MUoi Bg BOLD Immadlatrh Owrar 
^ira Vklaru Lraaly liWT^ 
tlktlJ., atosJI dinBur-raam !**•« ■ 

Sid^uud^ftir^'riiisi 

OM UUd naar Rrwhas ranga ta toaladad 

handU Ptju. BRin OMtT $8000 

LEACH 8 . SPARKS 



■vrainra: Mr Day. O MBl 



■ 4tlV 



,naar toaBadtog Urg* urint-rwato aad gwad 
fpra dbiUM-raam ah wlto a raMibifM awT 
>tara 0 *n *a* l * d atatiway ta Iwa 

bWM wbMa aadar abUmg brnsra- 

‘ — - itaCa iJ*i trauaaa.^ aU_ Aa atUaMlaa ‘ 



i| baaamant 



KING REALTY 

rabwr toa st Roto to Brard Of Ttotarto 

•oNRBmirarT RTitawr ■ nn 



Mb TWbwi. Rm. btr. Rldbag. BMIY; 
Mr. Tayiwt. • U»; Mr ftowwtt. B TM 



, raib »*sy alaa laafgu* wbiab wuat ba 

aawrraiatgd $11,500 



^ ^ >itog y i ' i *wTto twrwara gs^ 
Ntoa laaattom. aad early gsa- RxAAA 
■aatora may ba afrangwd BOUvJU 

A, S- MILLER 



OAK BAY 

AAODERN SIX-ROOM 

stucco home 

<N)nBU PLOMRDIO 

^rt5r*tmra1tor*ra tl^gywl'nd 'lUw 

s-r .‘TSL 

radfwam and *-g*aaa baibraam goad-atoad 
•sktom kMabra witB fully Utod wtrad 
0*a Uld wn A aaw- 
!*Ara malma* toad* u tww toawa bad- 
J-raaes wararamm. P*T baaa- 
•jra •‘ra torsaaa. ragsrato aarwga wttb 
ra ieaway ra-Maad Ml Owm 
B toavisg Iba twratoy and Mtoiadiata gw- 
“ratos mar ba bad n i a aaa 

rarar* $1Z(XX) 

OaBira Baadbawsa a^M Baylb 
Btotosgi Bgara^Rglgg 

ISLAND INVESTMENT 



MBCPABT bOOTM 



• ngBT 



- Banaramu »Uw arar tha iaka 
aurtrandlng awUntry la tbU watl- 
2"rir‘'.*J* ibrra-badraam bat-wator-haau 
ra JWd-rratad ^dmaa Psr a ratirad 
|raO»n thu wia rnaka an i«aa) atoato 
p<jrthar partkular* upon # * * aaa 

IraWfy TtMaglM Brtoa $11,000 

*Ato far kgr Rufrtngtosl 

OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF AVENUE 

•bt^ian^ly w^baUl hawoa wall utn- 
•ra*- * mlitoiaa rnim braab and baaihauaa 

*ra®- rarga livtng-rasm 
gurai-ala. «ts]ng-raam 
YL *ra, ‘■’•ra Wtowaad ftoanng and 
raria wtsdowi Twa baginama bsUi- 

‘2jra^JJB-«**d*ta klirltm with braab- 

BARRMXNT-Oaraaa Uuttdry and fureaaa 
PfUCS 

$11,500 

(Aak far Mr Ragawret 



SooLr.tr iiflt Lv*alf hana of TTmtl 
NOOMB^ baibraam Large Hving-raam 

raggg baadUa PrVa $5450 

OFF OAK BAY AVE. 
$2000 HANDLES 

saviy Aarsratag 

▼ACANT 

$5450 

HIGH QUADRA 



•ti-rosm . 

tuid* and . 
POlUteSRtON 
PbB grica 



mi-bura*Uw 

rat. HUa Urauan TACAKT, 



n t-haJi iiring.rosm with flrralara 
dinira*fosm, dan with liragUra 
kluban and Ihra* *pB,>towa badraama itoj 
ba*aoaant with laundry tuba, aimaai nas 
urn.,. Wllb OllO-M.iu beauS, -KS 
U ta baauutui rasdUtos. Ricailm *. 1.7 
BauMruibU larma aaa be 1 

•^•«g.d $8400 

•faiualva Uausg 

1230 ST PATRICK STREET 
OAK BAY 

Tjra ‘•■‘U raairanea. aUwaiad bn a nlea 
jTk.I?. “L*? toMdatiUal duirwt 

^**‘*f„*‘. ’•;•• raeairing ban uying- 

Mm “rabaw and two- 

raihrawm dewngtair* Opatair* am 

•"• •2h v,ih7 

wa)k-ln ruvbmrd with wladaw AUa trunk 
fram aim (hr**-pia.-« barhraam Camani 
Ramani rark. a«d~ fa^JS' 

jjy.- lurmaea la pear aan- 

dllUn Brparata garag* Rraf to asog 
aandttUm Thia bnoa* n*ada ta be **"" 



lk,y* Itvlna. 

•**,* Ugh. PniUhrd fir nrar* Thu 
• ?•'■* ••‘•"'•M and ramani 
aunaaMan and U •tfii.iad an iwa Urge 
^** Ideal far a aaupU Cd'YAA 

Baranily rad.trad to $4zOQ 

1324 GOVERNMENT STREET 

B toll ar Baggg 
Raaldanca Pharaa 

Mr Rirkpstork. ITlto 
Mr Bralihwalu. O iMl 

Mr Rac*ra. O aaiM 



R. H. DAVIES REALTY 

G20I5 

OAK BAY 

Jf audam ai urra 
*2?* '*ak firarT 

**"* Pamarsbi bath ami ah', oar. 
Bull ratnasi bkaamant piped fumaaa tier. 

OlnCR POraiHBBtOlt Uat “**••“- 



) 1 M Pnna 



$8950 



GORGE 



Urn 
bfuEi I raam 



•MART Af»D ATTIIACTTVB Birr ,rama- 
•iu«a aunraUw. ura* ll•lng-rram. firw- 
dhiisf-neffi ibrwi«h a*U oak 
nrar*. Two bsdrrama frar.puaa bath- 

rgwRBT BABTMBirr pipad lurr.ara. 

APPRBCIATRn Tarma wo-^fa 

UM im Pm. $8350 



$2400 CASH 



RAl^Nn IM A UONTW Pawr-iosm 
,^r abaka b«»g*>ra Livtng-rram llrw- 
fcliehan iiu aittk. twa had- 

maStS *•!;: 

ROW Nlea let in lawn and garden Ai- 
larhed garagr gtnCK POfWRMtON 

Nb» Bn,a $7300 



JUBILEE 



aa—i^ •••— •••'WWW irvraw t# OS m- lAJtm iJT 

•! wbJfh MSI# M WoskM Us% f|$4 



$6500 



flaw*n 

179 



BMum 

•dwtorardra ■ 



»rat T**a» abawi 



•) 



COUNTRY RESIDENCE 
MODERNIZED 4-ROOM 
BUNGALOW 

••• *» TThTBClk 



‘*'^Ati k) Acnga 

NABTTfR* 



IB ACRHB 

OBCRARO 



OARDBN Afro 



to an *urntl*a family 
howu 

Baela*i*a AganU 

SAANICH 

Anatbar aaar Bitto hawM with a tow dran 

y,®?. ra aa. dlnatto awnny kitehan 
era badraam tbraa-ptoaa bath Tbu u a 
prarticsUy naw hasaa and la aa aratlr aa 

L™: 

bnymwBi |3.yM Pait * ,AFa» 

$4950 



jravWN BOOMS, AU, ON ONP PIOOR 
vnn, badmnwia 'hraa giara baihraam Pull 
tomato •rsarata g«r*pe 
L-rg* tot LOOS OP PRmT Pnwata.ra 



Pilrw 



$6500 



(50RGE 



'• $6300 

ATTRACTIVE LOCATION 



bbngatow wHb firaptow 

nIH-ln faalurm tw. badromp rsbinat 



an# 



**ra"rwam; fuU caMi.t 

c^K7*hS2 •^”!:7 a;j: 

mra $6000 

HAULTAIN DISTRICT 

Blva-rgam bungnUw wttt baMmast aad 
torsAoe Brearsta garaga. Lew tsiaa I 
Kltohaw ranga tortodad wc/wi^ 

In pnra at $D(aX/' 

JAMES BAY— $2000 DOWn| 

Cmr frar raam bangalnw •ituatod 
Daliaa Bead Lirinf-rram. twa 
rsbtsat kiuban tlirwa 
Tarma an bolanra 
PbB grlr* 



Ittl BTUDRBAKRB *-OOOR l|Q>AN 

‘^"YWTNOB AND BQVIP. 

$15,000 

•f MTLn Mom towr 



•Vbhtog Phana. m, HaupUMiarh 
Mr CUrk | g«rf 
Mr SufTWsgfi R )TM 
Mr MttrBali o g37g 



• I 9 gg 



HEATH'S 



, ST-T,, 

BROWN BROS. LIMITED 

'RatablUbad »|g> |u * ’ $37(30 

WP^TBT PROWltllOH' >J/VU 

msmbsn m K«%J Bsimto K«#rs m VimimMu i ^ 

R H DAVIES REALTY 

gn TATSB WTRRRT PftONI O Mlt 

rvBwnifit 

Mr R R Dayia* », O tllS 

Mr B N noTMa Jr ■ 4tlg 

Mr W A UMtow g 4,,, 

mrmbrr rial RPTATR ROARD 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 

P** NdY Marars g-rsaok ttuaw 

Ira teerytbing era amUd raoi»a^rtrtrt/h 
to ibu ham*, at . tarma. $9900 



^OTHKN r*ry flra hama ui Oak Bar 
frama nwdars m *r*ry ^ 

— ^1 Prtra 



store batBrsawi 



PORTAGE INLET 

Naat thrra-room bwigatow with •bower 
and intiri Duraid raat. Oarag* R>- 
rrgtUnaRy Dm ferdan d‘^C/^A 

frlto $3500 



$6800 



•i> 

$ 12,000 

:f:s 



$6800 



MARA, BATE & CO LTD I BUILDING SITES 

V., W. I I-,. 



Mambon Real ratou Board of 
«li TTRW PTRRVr * 



Ttetom I ••• 

_,,^'»noR qoaoba 
■ ‘*‘|OOROX Waltsr Aat 
•RUKIRR APR 



b»»hgalaw rloaa tn 
A nuu wwr« And yas lura a 

) _ — 1..”"" » ^raam* gawti and T''* **“*• •“ *•» 

fctrawra hafl *ad l-sura _ 

fsmaM*u*r^ bAaamani. b*t-*ir Mgdrtn i rasa 

2u2T ' 12*? ”*“* •“* handto • ^•'* Ba.rm.nl 

I ^ rama m ram tumar* «n*a m g*,aga 

i$8750 tWRTRtrr - Rm, T*® 'ral para g-rram htora* „to ri 

I wllb ' " 

Naadw 



-PAlRPtRLD ait-roem r*«Hf 
•Mb ) raamg dawti ang 
ban Asd l-gura 
b*i-air 
bandto. 



$7850 

$7500 

Piva reami 

$3500 

atseea buug» 

$7900 



LTD 



• - saw *-rnrai nnwtt* rare rUaa 

- • vram acwarg bungatow ’T’*' •'“» baaa*n*,.i» r»na haraa reread 

.era nT.1 "**?** A'*ra*a balhrram ljf?i2 2*ii? ••• ***** ^aa rram* 

'tra flom ihrawBhswt 'irawtoi. II, ' ‘rami Brra* with psawtUrM *oc/%n 

pSTr.tlil')' din - 1 »raansa A anap at $8500 

nHl rama*,, baaamaai h« alf tor- ‘ 



at tto rtaraw 

*I!I 

•^(•Ito Ptrti rasia*i, baaamaa 

.. gggg[nara. drtoa-u garage 

IBgg| 



the YORKSHIRE 

B PACIFIC BactiiimRa. ltd 

TJt PORT RT f Tlbg 

DIFFERENT 
A GOOD REVENUE 
FINE QUARTERS 



Tan. ww 



Rvwntnga Mr Lnfng. Rtggi ar 
Mr* MrCandUm O gMg 



$9950“®** toll** nr*. 

PRONR ~ 



[kawman^*^r^ 

[aaaamam tamar* Riir* large bw la*. 



NEWSTEAD'S 

FAIRFIELD! ’ 

SIX MODERN ROOMS 



mtduu 



TA1 



rUn 



E E 



HEATH 

PROgPR Bnii 



NMBt nMmp; o 



br Bggtg 



H»*a you a ham* and 3 

«r*da M a >->n«*-tn 
na« ba madam 



* ra I acre* la 
r**rasa garaar t y* Road 



CITY BROKERAGE 

tPtg SLANBHARD tr m.Bi Q gg)) 



BEAUTIFUL 
OAK BAY HOME 



the YORKSHIRE 

A PACIFIC BBCIflkntRB 

W PTil^- RT 

TWO EXCELLENT BUYS 

Miuairji a* a gsui •.rrai as iba 
bofnari of oak bay Thi# b..nga»ra 

«« Uir.®' •«" ^ 

2 ’ ?2f . '■•‘•"•I* I* ourr«..i.da« 
ra a Uealy gamcn at*d rarauia mt 
.•* ♦••** lltoWeto. 

r^mraaka raUiraem (u,. »*b...#t 
ONrhan Tba baaraiant ba* a ftna 
tli? waah baton and 

^to* aua c*ra|* w* tonainlp 
*ramand (bt* *. * *ary too- 

“ ^ $10,000 

$1000 LESS— OAK BAY 

*** *" ••■gbt «mly a law waaka raa Tl»g 
**o4t ibrawgR antor**Mn «Kum- 
aiaaaa h*« m ratum u Vaneravar. 
ra fra a gawt mu u aiagarag tw 

ra®/*!*** ‘•to pr^srty si a*wr 

s!.S? i!l7. ***•*’ ►••• ‘ra R. 

Bi^ bsytAg *Ba baa PS* W a« 
•yra *rat* nfl healing atani aaming 
!!?* bira btoa as.iwma af n*a 
*??•• ■•’rato M a iasw. 
^f»* aarUgag g«rd** Two uu. 
Baaaaata garum a « « 

Mat* an afTai $ 1 1 ,000 




Fban* TOgtBnORt »D 
Pragwruu fra teu < 



-W* Ra*w 



Baam n ga • IM 



BRIGHTON AVE. 
4-ROOM HOAAE 
$2950 

FULL PRICE! 

NO FNOgfg o rPO MM ATlOM 

H W MILLER & CO. 

r PDoglB BgM 



P.' 



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THK DAII.V COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, JULY II, 1948 



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tell flprt&s UUi>4. CewtrtkM Doirlai. 
Plan ms aliu«<a4 a< PuHarS ■•ti •vMnf 
taMnd. BrtiUli CMiumQia It «rr«i mnra M 
laaa. ao»a waitrlnmiata M PUIlMd Hat* 
Mhir 09»d *lra 

■kih landar oiiM ka ai4«BMitla0 hr a 
ttrimad rhatua fat MM M «i*4t Mjrakla 
I* Ilia ufidaraH'^ad Tita htghMi m anr 
laodat M> uaraaaarilr a(<a»(«d MtU Mr* 
itrulari wis aop'iratMd !• 

R t col OfMnai AdmiMai raiar 
A4Mt>iiai>ai«r al lAa BaUta «l 
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and raf*i*k>** Cr*y llfhi aiid waur. law 
taaa*. 4 fOMu awaH^Tch flaaaaA in. a- 
a»af# tMthraMw rnlaaaratad Oaraaa 
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a. witnui twn «Uaa M cilr. Owat MR 
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ROtll Mnaiatini wf lirinf-rMWi. twa b*W> 
rnwwM Uitaa-ptaaa hathtwan. Waailcif 

tvouaa Prif ifuiudal Rarn (wr M haao. 

as AM ar kaal, nttad with twa ntJkini marhieat awia* 

' iMltr waiarini uauftu raanplata Aaliri 
I cblrkaa hMiaa laa IM feirin and athar 
, uaaful awibuiMinci Pam a^ulpMant In- 
riudaa PariuaMi iraataa plMS*. awrtnc 
Iharmw. au Iwa toad walla with ciacinr 
' pwinpa M RLUptf frail irtat PRJCS 



aatanar « (awwi ar>« aiiliir 
Twa BOM hadiawwu MOdarn Paw>- 
arwa haalirMot lirtna room, wwao 
flrap'Ota aal allarbad A 

loaatr Maall bwni* ai IM r<ah> 
•ri«a. II MO raali an« C<\‘)On 
wraa PaU »f>«« JJJVU 

Plaaaa Art tar Mr WauAa 



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PRINCBB AVrNUR 
<U>M l« OftUf>ao RtrMt. parata 



ANOTHCR SMI 
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WHITX RXDINO RUWOALOW * rwort* I $2 100 

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\ HOUSRIt t-R4X>M lUlUU 
waiar otl-o*Mailc lawairM 
jwr UprtAda Raa 4141 CMooiW _ 



west SAANICH 

A haatiUlMi A-rwafr taaMaior ii> V* 
arret o 4 waMland ajid flower gai- 



$3900 



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VKlaria or waukitu Awwif Sat 



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err •aa'-imu 



arailabta in UOa deUBb- 



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hiuei- Boa MM. CoMdUi flldnar dUtrlfl. all bandr to ahopa and 

— . _ , . I tra^u^ni btM aarrlce to viciorlA. Ta»et 

IBHT WILL PAT DP TO lAAM CASH' are Iww Our fcnowledor «f tb* arta la 
far fanr roortt aud dinotu wiUi iMU,a»Ai.aWa tw adrua and aaaiai rwu 

MB8SR8 WAIKBR A SARTON 
til Searwa Avanna Sidner SC 
pBona Ul irenttvaa, til M 



^AALBXt TrnOerk ••■darud leHOx t«r 
t 0«»a-RjfO<n Piamr Stbewt a* Shaw 
Creak Camv I VouawM will M remvao 
b; the Aerreiart Lake CMWirkaa Priutol 
B«aid Diatriri Ho #4 Laka rawtrhan. 
hr Prtdo) JmU M la4A 

Plana and spacifKatiai.* mar bi ob* 
lalnad fr«m \he Sanetarj 4 iieiM>au «( 
Yaeittr-Pirc Dallart aiuji arrampaiir tp- 
plii-ailon Thu wilt ba mitrnM wiun 
plana and apactflraiiona are r»mri>ad 
Sarh leitdar muK be arromponud b- a 
rariiltau bank rbegua Ipi (he turn nf lira 
per reni M leiiitrr whiib «ill be twrfeited 
If tanoarar daciinea to enier Ima awnitari 
> tTheouaa of upiiir^ etafu‘ leiinaiar* will 
Iba relxrned oben ewmraci aaarrtaw 
^ Kn lender will be axeoird or ronaideiid 
whirl) baa ao Kcalaior tlauae 
The laweti hi anr lertder ma< nat narea* 
aanl)i be 'f eplad 



nowd tranaperuUWh Pull beaemcm. 
hM-air tiaat Barlr pnaaearioo Moru 
tata UAl ba aaaumad Taiei t*0 
See Mr Marran. Btea Alb 4TT 



Mat TardJax. a*tBM 



M< Oitbert B ItlJ 



PHOHX O 4AU 



XSATIKO I 

IC' l ^kLL ONDDI CULTtVA 

13'^ iian tnat Ian nUlea fraaa <Ur 
POUR ACRBS OP LOUAM and OSS ACRB 
OP HTRAWSIStRICn fruit Ueea aU 8M 
vtr> AuUftbk Iflf bylb4 fh^rt u • flljC* 
BOOM RUHUALOW bard -buken b»VM. 
aarktbM A«1 buf barn Bfrauaa w( a|r 
ownar II rafltlns and will r 1 O AfVI 
aaU at thia low pooa of i I A,OV/Lf 

14 ACRBtt IN OOUOLAB PARK ARSA. 
teaawnablf 

HENRY J SMITH 

O MJt Ml Central Bld| R«a O 4NV 
rSalaamati Waiiiedi 



SECLUSION 



OlL-O-MATtC HOT*WATlR HSaTINO [ 
Aurreundtd bt baautifullr aeriadtd gar<l«n 
Tbia irand reMdenca u lu nnatargia-.a tan* I 
diueii inalde and out Kiiia-bearil) eaa- [ 
itrurtad and lha la*t ward In hwma de<i(ni , 
i<.« UUia-mAdein hitcftaa a Biafnllhera^ 
ippreMiaaui) M by Id. wtib 
rery nice dinihfrooDi with! 
lapaca for a large >ttlt«. aiiracilre aei> dan j 
.anil fliepiar* taUfbad-alu oiaattt bed*' 
'taoiD adtoinina Ptiubnika bavhraem aUn . 
p*«.e«u> baeta anu tUed floor Oper. aialr* ' 
ba< ihrae bedrorinu atvd a tecana Nam- ' 
V I brake baihroam with taptnalvt color ed 

Sre« E JJn ojiiuraa U'-c Bapdntlva heating ■yrcein ' 
aim raiuiatii docnaitU- hait-oater eappi) 
,Tlte Bnaai uai iloair Vet>aiian bUiidu. 
*’ leaded aad piau hUm wlnduwa a>l(h a 
gland nee fraao all aiMdewa Archllecl- 
aupervueo and tanttruciad Irafote Uia war 
Ttir-furttena art mnat aiiraiilrt In ahrub- 
be> iaeit» itrnpuole and tan ba kept 
up b) ant a retf dull* eaalty Saparava 
forage, olcc paiui. Ourind (••nf and Iwll 
bavetnent Thti U a rapaarvaUre. a»cL« 
Inokirie rtaldente una that anroua would 
ba r«all« proud la call huine C’Uta to lha 
'j\J Bar 4 aplaiulid •■rwoat a«ue«« and a lew blocka fiww tltupwTn| 'antra 

raaidenre with 1 bedroom* dawn a><o acboala Oood buylitf * i ^ AA/4 

I ap Hire gwrden with fttiU trae. ) I / 

Thik Maker an eiratlan' ttmllY br>me 

a< r* ha* haan lert'K-ad ii> price If' — . , . _ . . , 

BUirk aali B« BURR AHO PMONP OAK BAY 

FOR APPOIMTMP*'T 

1 *ut w eu ei<eutia*iallr aeh-Ai<ed Kuntt. 
*e/\ ObWH PAYMKHT Bill Wh) >b>a only iwa ytara aid Ha eaoanar Waa aoarad 
!DU (naming new »-ro>Hii bungelow m •»»« oaoa.nact.ao al thU beaMiiUul homo 
in ihe Motin* Tdlmle diatrut Pun Iwrri* apaciaua rwawia •*• aoa floor 
arira II |1MA Ii e*io»alna a )er*e Cotranre and Uireugh hail rerr larfe lit- 
llriMo-rwam dtning-raom tomblt)#() ing-etnam bay windaw large d>nlire*raoaL 
iip-ia-4aie kilrhan three bertrowpi* : ii. lUk fbrtca A matt maeninient 
t.uiaee baihraawt hardwood Boor lUlchan and breaklaei -raem Twa Urge 
wired for eleetrte range Vane’ian t •"«> *•" •“ r»»»red In 

Minda Ptai baaemei.' Capper ptpmg *i»r aaiMu-wall earpaUng A dream Pf a 
,, „ , beihroawt wUh bulU*in epolLi and pl*u 

bee Mr naiRM .r,,,,.,, e laar l.ne utlllLT NXtnt sttli Mree. 



I ,''LX>SRLT COUPLX RBT1RXD WISH A 
* 4-raoM bPHie cMte id. far Uoow dwwp 
and balar.ea oarabla aaBtAii aa rant 
Pleaa* cal) MR THORNSLOK O U)1 



$7000 



If taa hare i>aai‘ iwuirg ler a 
houea near enough 'o wark 

aikd near •nuudh tor the children 
iH walk by |htm*e}«u to aeheol 
thee ibU te (ha one Cowpaci and 
aoft la run a goad aertaible bur 



I BXCLURIVB LimNO 

I LAKXmOHT HOMS 

< 4 WlCB a*ROOU BUNOALOW WITR 
I e a «un porch Pambit>\# bath Wired tar 
ranac Secluded aeutng on Proatuel Lake 
■ BaaUMuec wlib canoe and rowboat Oondy 
^wllI>mlne THf Stn SITT OH TH* 
MARKBT UMb C*)0^n 

Id handle J JTJLi 

j HURRY' MURRY' THIS WONT LAST' 

IxKATlNO. • ocrae oo the watarfroni 
cleared and a 4-to«iB cwilaga PCAnA 
with oclighifuJ flaw JjUUU 

Laa Sawyar O 4444 
VALLAHCB A BAWVBR LTD 
1 II* Bruughtoo St oasis 



WIDOW PAY CASH POR 



SMALL COUNTRY HOUB ISAM 
Oowri paytoani buyi tliia atiroriite 
i-raom bungalaw, w>tb wa hruom |Uyiiid*rooin. 
large llvihg-roowi with fitepiare S)n|^ pp 
large bedroome kitchao and pamry 
Thia home u attuaied ao S arre ul 
naeo iraed pro^ny a>tih gietr.- 
hpuae >M rtonihly parwieni. Early 
po«e«ae>on 
Prua la 
See Mr 



>C,ma-.RAST SAANICH ROAD Pi*a 
3l3 I Uv and A half acrea o( baauUfal 
black loam iXSP T>1AN I MUXS PROM 
cmr CRNTRt Hawrlv all cleared With 
m fpei ao Xaai Saanub Road Snough 
btrrlaa and fruit to bring in a good rev* 
enor Well bull! and chamsng S*roopi 
home In artt*cIoaa condiuoii Laxga Ue- 
ing-rwam with ArasUca bedroom and 
kitchen Cilr lighi and watar flood 
woadahad and workshop TranabortaUan 
at the door Thia la an eerepiional buy 



PAMIIY OP J PROM ShOLANU RX- 
1 futre 4 ar b-raoua bungalow aa awon 
a* poaalb r up le A4 6M No aeeoia Sac 
>us ColMuat 



FAMILY HOMiE 



fjue black Irwm Oat aea ■ hrae 'o 
good tchnoU and uai av'flaii'-n 
al yaur dawr A iralir cuntiariobie 
family hawee. nica garden a'ld 
lawna An aldcr-lrpa hoota idaatiy 
laui aul lor the tamliy Su raocnt 
renieal haaiiM Dn«a-lh garage 
and bland of iiorage epwew A 
really iwund C 1 f\ ^{\C\ 

l«»e»ime<*' Price SlU'JVV 



WITH sAsrwxm and oar- 
near WtUowa SchaoL II MO to 
•t load bui'dlng lot under 13 004 
aaote tantrai area 8 1I4S 



ousr 

age 



^Va-ACRX PARM, SIX-ROOM COl- 
/ ^ Ut* barn root houa* rhlctao 
bauae BiarVel gwrdeniirt U milea fromi 
city on Weal Saanich Road Down pay- 
ment. MbM ca*h. full price MOM »• 
(hidai Mprk and tnpleMnti Phone Keat- 



HIUH QUADRA - Pl*«*r«om 
^UU bungalaw Hae tiled alnk 
p.aee balhrwom. parriaily rpinpiMed 
lumpua room in baartnant VeneMaa 
bllnda awniuom oS lutetaen Ttili 
hwurt le aluvoal new and It H H A 
built, ao by aaauming the mMiiiaec 
ran ba purchaaad for leaawhabD 
dawn payment Very gwod »tlu# 



C'^CAA <^AEH handles a eery cam* 
JilDVAJ fortabU i•to<tm kungwlww on I' 
aero of land Thu prnRtriT baa a wan- 
derfni cardan and Inu at fruit treea for 
foM ravanue Houae conaitli of Hying- 
(ppm with nrapiaee large kitchen and Pan* 
try 3 badronesa and 1-Pl»ea bathroom 
Pull batemani with furtiara piped to ail 
roona flood bor TraBipoctation by iht 
dowr and doae to achool AH thia. and 
1ba nOI PRJ<^ IS OHIY t1 )M 

tf*7QCA O*' CLOSt orrXB LAHO- 
x/YDu rORO Atiractiye l-Bteyrt 
'uom klurro home with aunporch ub aod 
down Iwcatad on S', ooa^ to booMilful 
garden and amali fruit* Pul' ba*en**'‘i 
I with exra plumbing Doiibir earaee 
jeh'rben hpu»e* and r*iite Y»*ryih'l'e in 
A 1 ahape and »ary drtirable fnr a com- 



rpENUBHA will wa reyadad Wr yl't onder- 
1 algned up ■« tS o clock omm) Aa'ur* 
day July il i>4< tar the laljawine 
arilrlae 

Kiii-bcB Chain 



H ombs wantxd in quadra anoI 
Oulge far rath rfienta. a-S rooma.i 
aadSo t»f1M0 Peart rail Mr Tho'nalM , 
O UJ1 



IM Row 'Burk 
M Primary Oiaira 

The tuweet or any tenaei aot oeitawarily 
ax-epied 

O P DYSON 
^••*ia*'-Traa»u'*r. 
School Dutrk' No k& iCawtchan- PO 
Soi on. Dunran BC 



esqu»malt 



A fcrf daaiiabla Watartront -»• 
flnad apehnraai b»aJllfUl ui> 
ope'.u.ied .-ea pew- PlACft 
tacied awat Price S I U3U 
pieaee Art (ac Mr Sanka 
tyenlnga B M>l 



4 LMOrr AN 4CRB PARTLY BUILT 4- 
tirtm I'wwae iigr.i and water arall* 
able Near Lancferd Schoed and laland 
liiatiwaf Reaaoiiable ntfer accepted 
O 1»10 



lOrsY A DBi*liRarthi 
ArmONbERR and APPRAlSKRt 



Thia aaiiii-buneaww baa 
rpwA i»a» t laic' nadrowp*. 
klwhad Bill >ilh Ml*d atnk and 
plenty ol cuPbearda l-piece bath- 
roam large uMill> rowra One ol 
ibe badriaaeiM ao'labte tor dining* 
room Dpaiaii* are t laaiier 
Wedrooma Na haiemanl aepartte 
aa'tae PM-e garden 
Mt B<a *alue al XOJVJv 

piet«e Aac loe M* Rank* 

B**nl-'M BUAi 



L ist your propbrtt with Howard 

B. Cralc Heal Be’ata ear Quadro 
and View Phene O S3B3 We will teU i> 
well 

M ^D B R V rOlTR * ROOM BONOALOW ; MB 
fee caeh bur*r Muai hat* bateman* 
ann be ylwwa in: noi peer IT SM Al»w S 
wi A-ruoeu homo Br»trrahiy In Baauimait 
fer Narat OtHc*r up 'i> |e POP MOM and 
l-rv* •wHKihl'' pa-men*- CIMI? 



iGt AND LOTS. COLWOOD 
J1 houae S arret Belmont *1 or 



4 NICBLT TRtXD LOT IN BEST PART 
• * of Owk Ba). rIcMe (o beach aod intna- 
owctailei, i-rur M34 Phone BOSS* 

\ LOT POR BAUt LANOPORO APPLY 
J Plumb Pea-' Read 



BACK Yaur ehwlia bl Miree BUI 
1014 with dO FOOT mONTAUSa 



TEN. MILE POINT 



Bituated wo Titilcum R4 
far yaitr new home 



A rualk reailul aimoapl-e** wi'f* ai * 
ira-'U** biingaitjW «it<ta>ed tt. a pe>l-*l 
•I’Mr rwet garde* ■!'•* <e ■ rwo«purt*t lOO 
Hwhgrhrw ran?a*na mi'.a r e wm 0A4 dinrcrt- 
tewn rembineo. loree glirhen and Wreac- 
fa*( rapm. 3 aedmem. erd t»ihew.*ei wma'i 
Waaemant. boi-dir fume'e Th>i •• a 
charming inile place ^00^0 

BXCLU8IV8 AnBNTw STTJVJ 

CHARMING COUNTRY 
property 

About ■ miiaa Irem Vietwriw or- approi- 
imataly 3 arrta. a pipai attractll* bur-ga 
inw-t*pe realdenee Aoprue'hed W’ a wind- 
tr^ tieDue *rf ireea The bungalow la nl 
(Inert prewar e*«»«»rw*tlen wHh mahogany 
donra and *r»m Pare* a«u(h wnh a glnri- 
pna new (Hs apeciout moma 3 b«<hroem> 
one with beautiful rwlorad (He* and Ay. 
turea The Ituiler a pentr* and kl'eheu 
>re uHra-modetii Rardwoed Bool* o'l 
' a'ltiimailc hoi-water tiealed A tuH him 



M y CLIRNT RBOUfPEH A PODR*ROOM 
iwiidern bunra'aw no ba*emcnt but 
-•■uat ha*e garaf* and earden and be tn: 
A g oad Atairt'-i plea** Aik for Wr Arm ' 
•trune at Vamaei Martin * C* Ltd 
Phone B 4M4. ar erenlnga O MM. 



PATRICIA BAY 



HONEYMOON COTTAGE 



VIHIHO NBAR BELMONT 
I allDICE BtTLniNO LOT- ALL e 
' cleared graiMl fiear Only . 

PAlRPtELD 

Laat lai evaiiable *0 ihia block ^ 
Cleared 'Two block* o **a 

JOHN ORXBNWOOD 
IMt Broad Street 



to ad iwu.u 



A aery tatractiva 4-y*ar-uid cedar 
thtke bungalow Livlng.rwodi with 
firaaiace pgdrMfti with double 
eloaeu large futiv moderti i-abli-d 
kttenan with oil rang* ond eweiuacl 
included Bawara-e ctrage Wawd 
thed lovaty garden lo> Shrub* 
flnaert lawn*, heme* ragciabie* 
Perfect far ynung ewuple or re- 
tired MUPU as AM wlU handle 

Pleaaa aak for M' Bank* 

B>*a 8 MAI 



and airawagrriei. 



prehard. - - - 

chicken pcn» ter 1 OM bitdi dairy and 
bwrti for • head Well-eonatrurted tluceo 
PungWlPW «l|h tuN cement baaemenl H A 
furnace AWundaot aupply of water tm- 
madlotc peaeaoalao 
Price 



artr wn Vmlct a*c *i Marteaid im u 
( rwnlAgc You 'an ha*e a tlMle room 
around v«U" and yut haec reallr Hrw take* 
Ughl water ric 

rACH Yaur riuHee of <wd teu 
on Dni.raaiar Dritr between 
Cedar Hill Rd and Hurtb Dwiri R4 

C 1 nC QUICK 8ALB «e hUTTT 

i 1 z3 lor inu orve A IM on Vernoo 
Avenue ttaanich M foot frontage 

S 4 CA bach We hate a new aubdltl- 
*1011 at lota nn Darwin Ril Jual 
wett of Bwanich Rd AH have Ik fi front- 
iBOet by )M fl in depth 



M y ClfCNT WANTS A t-ROOM ROMP 
and ha. 14 3M caah P’aaea cwn'n' 
me ai ana* Mr Bmitb O M14 «r O AdM 



IN OI R RM.I.hRtlOMti 



$8500 

ATTRACTIVE SAANICH 
HOME 

BPLBNmti rrocco MOMI containing 
large liyini-iwen fireplace dlnlng-rwom 
rntMarn Bttchei- a bedrooma and haihruom 
Pul) reenani boeemaiii Situaied nn ap- 
prtiaimately II arret d i m CAA 

P)ne view * ' V.-JVJV 

GORDON HEAD 

I Altracitve aia-roiHn alurcw bungatow cot* 
laixK'l llving-rowm dinlng-rnon* *bre« 
badmom* cabToat kitchen. Pembroka both 
room fu)l remem boeemeni h«< air heat 
ing Btiuated an ff*e acrea newer* bvilw* 
ar)d fruH 0*rtd view ef CIO 
WAiee Oen'l mii* ihii *' 9 • X.JVL/ 

An puitiandint dairy farm cwnlalM' « Hk 
acrea Apprwa'maielv M rleara*) Bp'endw* 



WATERFRONT 



N 'AYT 4(AN WITH FAMMY ARRrViNO 
aeon hai kSMd Walante aood wionth- 
'* barmen’* for 4 or 3-room bungalow 
ID an* aood diitr'gt Po««e«a>wn teen* time 
in Ju)> Box 4441 CoIobUI 



AKliliacibraiit PERPRCI In every raaptci 
Ntrelv ailuaied on a beautiful walerfrowl 
prupari}, approvlmeielr IM a IM Only 
) year eld. a (ulh moders. alaie'y rail* 
dance Orand apacibua entrance hall, 
parquet laid oak lloora Lu«a)y large draw- 
ing-roviu 3> laei with aliroctlvtly dr- 
tigned qrepU'f Large rumpua room an 
the main floor, tub nreplace. or thia room 
could be a btAulifUl bedroom Two other 
gvod-alae bedroom* Pull-aiae diiiiug-room. 
very nice den with fireplace matched eed*r|8AAN)CH- 
pati*: tall* ard built. In (eaiuiea Pull 
Panbrokf baihruom and another wash- 
I room A draam Of a kitchen Thie la a 
Peauilful. modern comoteie horn* Large 
andlolel* gla** wiiidow* and a l->v*l). unab- 
ha* AtriKlad tea view from every rodoi Ook 
oiillflnori throughout Copper piping O1l*0- 
mi'IMaiic ihcrmoalal (oniroiled hot * water 
healing, and ewniloni domeatic hM waitr 
(J(J Every wall and cetllna <* inauMled with 
ihlrk Kimaul wont Mvwvy Ouroid fwol 
Attached over-ili* garage Built of tha 
very ((neat material* A good anehoragt 
for your bool Quick potaeaaieci and a 

$22,000 



||e.t««wn “ArpnAwnv" nnd Qu»dr« RL 



i 'OUNTRY HOME OP 8RVXN ROOMS. 
* near Saanich Artn. Jual north of W C 
Woodward a larm IH ectau cleared re- 
mainder nicely treed Abundan' water 
rcod toll, high location fruit traai lar'.y 
poaaeaiion ReaeonablA otiar conaidaiM 
Ap^ owner. Boa dkOB. ColoetUt. or pfvene 



UBTINOS WANTRO 
,AR SAY-43LDSR TTPt S-RCDROOM 
heme Will pay up to 113 4M for right 



OUEENSWOOD 

Cboira halt acre on Queermwood 
Drive Ilf fee* frontage, touih- 
woai aapoeure. pwnly dearvd 

$1000 

Pieaee a*k fnr Ur Bank* 
f vet s mi 



KM K \ H\K DISM AY 

rm%A\x\iu:, vasks, 

FIUfKI>KS, SII.XKK, 
M.ATKDWAKE 



HOIC8 SUILOtNO LOT IN 0000 bis 
tnci near Khool Owner O 31Sk 



dace A nne cle* 
in ihU cnveniani Incatieh 



I vHOteX BUILDINO LOT IN BSQUI- 
^ malt near erhuol 1123 Oakland Ave 

pOR HALK I8USID OP A»R~OxT- 
* Riaialy AM arrea altualed !H milea 
north pf Vanvouvir In the centre of Daniag 
and hunting dlttrlct Oood houae, orchard 
and ample water aupply Purliier intor- 
maUOD. urv HenahalL Redonda Say. BC 

qUtCR 8A~LS ~ »'*-ArR8 PARM 
^ wiyi 3*r\rtffl modern ronage tmme. 
dlaie muaettlon 41b Atkina Read ^sne 
Belmont IklW 

T-aOR SAIX-A OOUBLS UTT CORNtR 
> Of Newton arvd fVen Terrace Apply 
W MeAree ISM Brewd Street 



.M — - RfiWAN STRCjrr <r.*ar (he nro 
^Z/3 Cedar Hill School* 4 flne buiW- 
lilt 1o* with tend black *nH M b* ]«o »* 
Ynu con build a houae of Mn HQUARB FT 

OH THIS uvr 

QCADRA SHIBn Near 

3 41--Bc»*r Av* Irtke Hill Di*"'c* 
A gond oared im nn ihtt popular aireei 



REAL VALUE IN A 
LARGE HOME 

Tht* beauMtuI hnm^te werth inn- 
aida'ablt more thon (be aaklng 
pri'* ^er* la a racapiioti ball- 
llvlnf-tgfltn idaSI with Dreplace 
dtnt'ig -rwf'fb 13*11 den larya bed- 
ream kilrhan IkaSf •*) main floor 
llearaira are S loveir bedroema and 
PembfnBd ba'hrvum fliah ba*e- 
ipani allh Cuba doubir larwge 
Lm gflalM High loration atth 
flria vie*, loteir ahade ire** TIvia 
houa* la In Perfart eondllkm 
I'lildc and BUI flaata Inapecf It 
and rwu will agree that II la wwrth 

$7900 

Pie*** aak for Mr Banka 
Bvr* B IkkI 



Al-JiO MANY U>TK OP 



i 1AR BAY. POUR SK0ROO348 OOOO 
' ’ Meatkm No obJerUon to older ham* 
Alie S twn-badruuin tawngalaw* Oar- 
dena Auta haai prefarrad Pleat* phone 
P R trwwn S Bona O Till 



Gll.LESPIE, HART 
& CO. LTD 

III PORT rrRRIT PHONI 

■ Mambara of Ih* Real fa'al* Bnard nf 
Ylrtort*. BCi 



QUADRA NT Neti in the •urner 
ar Tnne* Av* tn CHr 4 reallr 
,*,)* adlarent )c n«a homer 
■ Aak far Ur Pa*>er- 



U BSlorifTS OP QUADRA BTRCST ARXA' 
'Nnrth from Tnpwg and out aa far ai 
Idle Bill' 1 have a cUnnt to buv a Iwnga- 
iaw oHh bwMmanr “ *“ 



UPLANDS 



P R BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

Eainbiiahed IMd 

mi BROAD smrrT phone o ini 

■ Member Real Eatale Board nf Vittorla' 
Evening*. Mr Clark 0 3341 



. around Id AM caah 
l> Biuai be itDtlly pvodorn daatgn or nearly 
new Will pay a lew buodrtd dollar* more 
If vnur place t* reaOy worih K. Pieaee 
ront art M r Pwier at KAWKtS PORTER 
LIMITVD BSMl or bvtningi B IMS 

qiKRSS THOUBAHD down AND BAU 
1 anee at 143 a month for (mail famUr 
homo with ar oltheul haaaneni omrict 
noi aaaenttwi If ckug to Mtooplne and pub- 
Itt *c-hool Pleat* p^ne Mr Pafrirh 
Hawke* Pooler Blllt eve* S3M) 



A hem* with charm and rhwrarler tllu- 
■ led n*ar th* gull roura* wa a nlc*l> eak- 
treed lot ropalallng at tparkrua eoiranc* 
halt llving-rwom appraaimaielr 23 feet, 
large gueat-elar 4ining*room aunrwom 
modern kitchen wired fnr rang* 3 geed- 
eiaed bedrm>m* aeU-apbolniod den wuh 
flrepiaee and 4-pl*c* Pembroke bathroem 
Q)«ari*r-rul oak floor* throughout Con- 
tee'ad Mairwo* to 3 <wtn-*tle b*droowrt 
and lull bathrooi^ Riira plumbing in 
'-e ''cvemen) OD-O-Ma'le alr-rr-ndtrmned 
rrwn-T a44is'heating veonrite S-rar garage Heavy 

icenHrucilert Buili »« vearo age |13 AM 
'martgafv available If required Pnrntah. 
Buy* a very a’traclive 4-rvom „„ I,, pitVhaaed larly oc)C AAA 
Aturc^ungalow IB KSQUMdAy pMteuien Aaklng XX3»UVA/ 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

nil DOUOLaS BTRErr phone Bsm 
■veninga. B IMS 



I , 'OR BALB -LOT IN JAMES BAY. OH 
boulevardad viree-. E 1133 

f 10R0E OPT TTLLIC17M -OOOD BDItJD^ 
Mig mt 31' I 121’ narUy fenced, gar- 
age fruit tree* near but. aiore* and achoot 

t)43 Phane O 1331 



Ilicludini Vff> Hnr. Orspe Pdlirm, 
Four-Ptfwe Tea Serried. L«vely ( bins 

HeU df 



Cupd and Ksurera, Plalew, 

( bins, (tent'd Id-k (ic4d Ring. Tub 
C dRiplete HeiHunm Haildt In Wslniii, 
Very Fine Dining Sel conaMUng W 
;Hli Ruuh Hested ( bsiri snd Drop- 
SMe (eslelef TsMe In Osh. Good 
iMlrrurb snd OvermsmsU. LAmps, 
IPsir of EnglUh Twin Beds com- 



EVERGREEN REAL 
ESTATE, LTD. 



RANDALL'S 



SOLIDARITY. SECLUSION 
AND BEAUTY 



Have V*u Seen Out le Be* 

CLUBLANDS 

4> Calwood Oolf Clubl 



NEW SUBDIVISION 

our parrel* of rich farm land aopreat- , 
lately eiehl arre* each Rliuaied Ih 
tappy Valley area Maeity atearod and 
tih mu* effoTi Iht* fin# farmland could pigtg. «,iLb Gcnultif Honwhsir Mil- 
e out ti) rrwp Pieaa* call ai thl* attire ...... 

• PU4 ID rop r trggMMU). NsUsnst Tssb RegUUr. 

iRadirm. Drop-LebJ Tsbie. Kitchen 
asnge Hoi-Wsldt -Tsnk. Lmrib 
wo*"^ Wsrdrobe. T«*d Very Fine Ixsther 
,T ritom rphplatered Tnh Klyl# Chslrw. Wsl- 
*mrtU*y ns( Veneer Odor ('heat, Wslfiut 
■n Dininf Chslra. Csrpeu. 

a, Twn Irtvn Muser Osrden Tnoto. Lsdy i 
c’dca Stove. 

5350 Uno 

' TlIRF.K K1T( H»-N KTOVRR 

I snd Msny Olhwr IxU 



H*'* »a a well-built b-rooea bam* 
hpi-ww'*r beefed ft la eurrouoded 
w> garden and hedge* WblUi 
■Ituaied neoc in ahgppiiia dtairiel 
and Irwnapoctalien u i* away 
tram the not** at Irwtiic Con- 
taln* 3 bedrwoma large bong 
rwo w i. morteni kitrhen inrluging 
ml range Imaediai* COKAA 
paiaeml'm Aaklng SY3UU 
Mew** Aak far Wr Jnhnton 
Evening*. E Slid 



$2650 



near LAMPflON SI hciuM la nearly 

tiew and conaUU of livtng-toiim wuh Hr*, 
place and cove ceiling 3 bedranma tahi- 
r<*( kitchen aod 4.pr* Pembroke bath- 
foom Beautiful tot in garden and 4**5 
fruit and berrie* Bepan 
good vatu* at the PULL 
PRICE OP 



Thia la Ona of Oreaier Yiciari* » 
Choieeat lubdivtaiena 



I I ALP ACRE LOT POR BALE BLCNKtH- 
* * anp Hoad flwnd toil, bleaaani aur. 
rounding* Phone B SOM afier lam 

I UXTON 3 . ACERB EXrBLLSNT 
J garden rhlrkeii hM<<»ea aic Pouf 
room* and uill't) npen fireplace 3-piec* 
bathroom S3 230. Phone Belmont tlSW 



B*>*r*i Of U)c Idua Are la th* 

Proreea of Sellut| 



$6850 



8-MILE CIRCLE 



MemWei Real Eeia'e Board Of Victoria 
nn WH4RP m»r»T PKO»fl O IT33 

K**ni»ga 

Mr Beirher O SM4 Mr Cu*<aoca E Y3M 



W'ANTRO k AHO fl-ltpOM HOUBB8 
*> In Oak Bar gr PairlleU W* have 
■ he burcra if you have the houae 

CABXLDU * MAT LTD 
IkiS Brood Bteeet 11114 



An Barly CbPire Will Be a Wtae Ona 

W* Can Arrange Term* for Tour 
Purrhaae ar >h* Bulldlrvg wf a 
Home 



rtoriAA CASH handle* a vary tiict 4 
$<JUUU ROOM bungalow In the 
UfiR'ig Large Uvlng-ronm with tire 
pure dining-room, modem kllrhgn luoi 
hedroomt and nUlUv rowm Pull trt**menl I 
with furnace Heoit de»or*ted ihro'igb- ; 
out Bu* ai the door A good hrifn* l» a| 

,i~ ruu. J6Q00' 

g erten HAUL1AIN ountMOTBUYl 

J4Y3U IN THIS PRICE RANOr a-' 
fAAfn buogabtw In a Invelv dtatriri (iv-l 
itig-roum wMh fireplace and buil)-i^> ■u«*- 
twiard* large kllrhen and i.aniry S bed- 
team* and S-pier* bathroom All »*oli tquare 
deenraiefl invid* and IMMEDIATE POR- uTBiii 
BEMION Put) ha*emeni and fumare *>f at 
tfliv b>< Thia w a BPETIAI ' Oil wu 

■Ihtf 

g-cncA O* CLOSB OPPRR INSIDB rwmpi* 
53V3U MILS AND A RALP CIRCLE by nn* 
A lavely «-roem bom* in a rhotr# dutrlct we Iti 
Llvtng-gnom dlniiig-room. kitchen and iheae 
pantry 3 uw* bodroom* hathrnam I bed- land* 
room up Rateenent with rurnac*. tuba *«e a 

Reparal* garage Nice garden Unoa aiaav ' 



GORDON HEAD 
SEAFRONT 



I or kitiii, s-nnogd CABIN 'To in 
■a removed' Plana far 4-room houa* 
fl 32M Rot Mid Cntaniai 



\3*AHTBD POR CABH CLIENT POUR- 
vv room bungalow Raaemeni not e*aen- 
Ua> JuhUe* dteirict prelerred Uo to 
M.SM pica** phone R K Daviei Really 
311 Vsiet P’ nsflia- ffve* R*iia At 
• *ita 

tt’E ARB LOeiNO BAtXH EYBRY DAY 
<• by no* emvipg the proper hove** lo 
offfi rf you have anvihing in aelt 

alewa* favwr «* H * Humber Ltd 313 
YVeu R SSU 



A very Invrir mndern ft >nom 
aiuroo bui'geknw in • rho^«e I'lra 
tlon wuh a marveiofta view of 
*ea laland* a«id Mi Baker loige 
let wllb IS# leal n( bearh Beau 
Mtui lawna 'End earden full lined 
baaement wHi> finlihed rruiin 
llni-ali haaiing e*'*-* In baee 
mam An egreoUenaU* fin* pcap- 
erly and vary re*»''"*Mv pileed 

$13,500 

Pleat* call Mr RIrk* 

Eve* ralgulU I14X 



GEORGE RANDALL 



BOORMAN'S 



OT IflOM lOCATIOM. IgO-PT FHONT- 
e ae* DM Cedar HiD Road 

OT POR RAtX ON BnR'NBIDB'~ftOA5 
c g'rtd locatiwfi PhAfi* rol I34M 

OT Iba 303 ON ABTOT^DIItvi' 3a*3 

J Phan* E 3211 



OAK BAY NEW HOMES 



OT »rr TOLMIE DIBTRirr HEAR 
* ellv barrier Pbrn* evening* B 3321 

ARnr TREED ixrr M- a sso bplxn- 
4 >114 building aue Cadbnro Bay C 1332 

OT POR BALE AT MT TOLlirTR 
^ Offer* eoatigared Phone E 31kt 



Krr(| Smith A 

“< fftHriPsy sn4 Pewbcmsl A(tr«iUMi' 
Ul BALMORAL ROAIL O Mil 



laned heating and numetawa \\*ANTXD A OOOO HOaiB OP ■ OR t 
IV* (eaiure* YYier will be Yv roam* lu gend Btatrlct for client ar 
Auguii and ar* being built rlVIni bar* from England In two week* 
■ria a b*«« hnuwn cantrartera B**l ewah offer* invited Phone I 413* 

heaitaitwo In reeemmendlni ■** O 3312 Tie Realty 

w buntalnwt n*«r th* Dp- aavg oOOO HOIftt 

aio c lew devB poymenu for genuine 
[X/ ond $l3,!>00 buyer* Premipt aMeeilon and eouneoui 
aervir* al all tisaa DeMawdaley S Toder 
Real') O paai Bveeiag* ■ 31P4 of E SS33 

tt'ANTTCo” ~A 3-ROOM ""RtmoALOW 
*> with bgieenenl or hoetlng plant Meet 
hav* gni^ garden Ona* la bna and tehnni 
Nni ever M 3M half caah Plewa* ohen* 

0 Id2| Na agent* pieaae 

\\*ANTEO- 4-ROOM RUNnALOW WITH 
• • or wMbetil b«eemen’ fer ciienl. in *"» 
gned dlatrlci Phene w*1P4 e* fl t2M 
evening* Victoria Reaiiv 

W'ANTXD noDBi wrrH i ridroomr 

'1 Pull prte* between *3 MB eng a* AAO 
■3 OM dawn balance avrenged Phene 

1 E 4134 Vic Realtv #* O «2Ti eve^Ungt 

' Yl'ANTRO TO BUT ’ PODR OR PTVE- 
I '* rfrtm budgalew wUh nr wltheut ba*c- 
1 menu vicinliv Oak Ba- Aven»* Ben g*3l. 
fSiMilet 



H A ROBERTS LIMITED 



DBT BILL LOT ON DAYTOA H fR EX T 



Great Good News 



!'• MILES BEAPROHT-113 Arrae 
proa SB ■-leared Roms heua* 
bwUdingt Marin* and COK 
BowbUln viewa XXO, 



RD CASH WIU. SArRfPtnr POR 
IdM Invelv led with tt-fnni frontage 
'An rreereni near Peel Phone O *201 



a*i immegtai* acunn If rwu want 
atiracUv* well-built hem* in 0*3 
>*i reeidential ditiriri 
Iveninga. Phone • 3313 



EXOCn -IAMBS RAT Altrwrllv* flve- 
XOVDU rwoen home oilh pice atin- 
narvh Haw Durold root Pull baaement 
olth HOT-WATER HEATINO Iverviping 
in Ural rlaae cwndmon All on en* floor 
Lorat<-d In the moat deilrahl* pan nf 
Jamee Bay. and clo** 'n achonl* and if*' • 
pertauon Appreatmately ISAM WILL 
KANDIE 



ring CUV BlfMW JsDUSry Ul of UllS YPSL 
$8800 slocnlrsUy chsrfpd pises 

sruund Uw Osk Bsy Junction 
not been the asdip Atnce the dynsmio 
Freemsn. sn auctioneer o( food 
lor bsd> repute, •srcordlnc to how 
plesaed or how ersbtoy certain lypes 
of penptf (ell sDout Ms— Freemsn't 
type of humofi. Uiroufb s lltUa (U 
tiMiUti. wsg obllfcd to dUconilnus 
hU weekly Bsturday p-oi. sales. 

Hsvinc tone throufh a period of 
fully acquatntinc hlnuclf with many 
of the finer paru of iht buEiness 
ol suction galM and pdvste dU- 
podiuon of all ihlnfs ralaUve lo 
home fumlEhlnfp, ptanoe, anUqtioB. 
etc etc. elc . ibavlng been a loysl 
BMUtant to Mr Freemsn for a lonf 
while 



ORTR QUADRA CXrmitNT LOT 
Bwanlrh lave* nnnd dreinaev 3gTI 



ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
& C0-, LTD. 



NEXT WEEK 



in roRHER LOT WATER 3333 



Immediate poaeeaaion on an older Pom* 
up for *«i* n«ik week Thl* will defiiilieiy 
*cfl I' la idewi tor a iingl* family *r 
a* a duplet or roaming houa* It conialna 
NtNk ROOMS Living -room with ttrepfaeg. 
dinms-rvKim. kitrhen and two bedrwomi 
down Pour room up Batemepi ueewg* 
Bvrellen' etpall garMn Thia t* a mail 
on your Mat g CYTC 

OHLY lEatliy tlnanead ■ 9Jf/D 



( kYXRLOORtHO COWlrHAH 
' ' five-room bungaino In a* 
fwad'iolarvd' v*rv aitra'Uv*. al 
venlfi'cee 43 400 Jane* S3d 
Ruitding pnocie E srgs 



PAIR3TELD Brand oco *• 
x/tDU ruom aliK'o bungale* buUI 
With Ih* fln*M ma'etiaU uving-rwnrt 
wHn fliapioce rabitiei kiuheti 2 bearodma 
and 4-p|ae* Papibenk* ba'hrnewb PuU •*- 
meni aammenl with rum*>-e tub*, drlre- 
IR garag* Elaelrtc h*t-w*i*r tank Wired 

lor eie'-irif ranee Cow*' p'pme 

pot PuUv (nauUted Thli la a het'itlful 
bom* in an Ideal Inealtoo IMMEDIATE 
PDS8SSS10H 



fl PROPFETT WA.*(TF.D 



C<'NHtC MAI.AHAT WaTE R PROHT 
^ nroner«» 30 •rrwt Part Umbered 
SIM Con* St R S1T3 

tJBAPROHT ACREAOf 'lOVTLT 
‘ arn houa* •miih nf Q<ialicum 
reaeonabi* Bn* t2ll. r*otonl«1 



POR SALS 34od*m etertrlcallT- 
opararod dalrv farm onoth wf Ha- 
RWimo m ihe n** nnip miB are* 
1C) orra* of cuUivaled and pwalur* 
tend leiftaginc timber and wonO 
Oond cwenfnrU’vte home TYil* ffninc 
ewneora mOuding *H #4ocb anil 
oqalnmPni t* effered oo a caah 
down Mvment *f 313 3M Salonr* 
oo termt Pull ynforwanop from 
RA Rwbert* Ltd YIrtcirla Van 
cnwver oe Hanaltaui RC 



MOD- 

Prio# 



BUILD A STORE 



PAT CASH POR 4 OR 3-ROOM 

1 ..,.* * BC** ■'wed land fnilt ireea 
rhtrken houa* WUhln reertmaM* d<*- 
lane* of Ylriort* Phene O *U1 

bli'heo two gned bMroowu ' \\*ANTE5) IN CTTT OR 1R COUNTRY 
air* bedroom Pruil tree* ' ' • -'n*« *r i.rwom honae 'h** w nog wfti 
II. eic. eCT^Clhendle Parm rwn»lder#d Rn« ayet Col- 

xD/r Slonlat 

ili.g« Ptvon* B3dM I wanted’ PREWAR Btril7T 3-RrWM 

>1 banmiaw Ciek A*.- tor raah rllani 
Quick dea' erwe-no *o BPn --.S Phiane Mr 
Dav teach R Bernrh* P4lt1 



tB' rORHER LOT LTALLI 
>* Phone B S34I evening* | 

CLEAR ED 



$8400-a®y*;cuV 

nom* In flrvt-rlg** 
room and dining 
bed-Mma 
Pull rement 
toroar than 
garden and 
la tour epworiunllf 
home In A v*rv 



fH>UTH OP THE 
OuUtnndlna k-ronn 
nondlllon IJvtng- 
room with Mreploret 3 
cabinet kitchen *rd na'hmnm 
bwaemetu with furnace 
ATerag* to* otih wnnderfwi 
■ targe greenhou** Rev* 
*- . romfonabt* 

de«irabie tnca'tnn with 
hoantlfiti aumundinga 



S I 1 CCA *oIu* *h|a home 

I 1 lanno) be beoiei- Large 

living cowm ginli-o-ioaot moilert) Ki>rn*n 
l-Plecf both and ) good bedrvom* on the 
mam flnnr Cwncaaled eialrwav lo veey 
large room anC i-ol*c* bathroom up PUil 
cement batemer' wlih dfivv-lw gwraav and 
rbmwc* Of courae ad ihe (1«un ar* hard- 
vond and everyihins m nm-riaao mn- 



33 THRBI- 
^'4 leA'-eM fhevT< |r*ei 3 PM Aret- 
'.ewr itraoharTv nlont* II 13# Tannei 
Road on* atnek nff t**' Paanirh Real- 
inr 3>Q 



ROUSE )g c Id LOT n a IS4 
One bi.,ch from P O end high- 
vklev Rood LortcTord 



$2500 



Jeiimb BanuilL (cKhPnvlds 
u JliD'. hsi tsk«n ryver in 
hb Pull Chsrtr. bip okl onflnsl 
PrdinbBP. known si IMt. llio »nd 
1«13 Osk B«y Ayb whflfp hr wlU 
rPTivB ths Good Old Bsturdhjr 
(IslMfssU. Rbo indulflnf In inich 
merURl mon«ymsiUng hsbtu of 
RTCppUnf on conu^iMton ths tHwlnsM 
of dbpoBlnf of yuur <MPd fumliurs 
sic. buyint ismc ouUTfht fdr cs*h 
•I hlfhPbt prVsPB posdlblp. or. ond 
•slUnc youn snd hb own by 
BoeUoti 

Par Ul* convcnMncp of the public, 
Iht sddnss sfsta b t Bsmgu, 
■uecoMor to Prdomsn of Londnti, 
IM. ItlO snd Itia Osk Bsy Are, 
snd Umv srs two ph<m«. O 3341 snd 
titsnskon **• 



DEAN HEIGHTS 



I .oOflCEX) SALX-LOT M. OAUAHO is- 
land 144 * oeewe Approvlmautv )M 
feet waterfront and abnwi 13 aerwa me* 
dow Ho bwlMinfa Appralted eaio* ISOM 
Offarv will bo fwre«vwd bp to July II. Htd 
SOI 3133 CotnwHt 



A Omt-TIAR-OLD MOORRH RUmiALOW 
atlua’ed on a cornar lot Uviwt-room. 
SPi)4 :wo bedrootng, app'ot latia and 
TYx13 dined* and aabinet kitchen wired 
for electric ranga PuM bovoment ftn- 
lihed rumpua rewm '33il4<. with a we n fire- 
plaer Drite-ln aarti* Seauiiful gar- 
den olth floh poavd. weeping wiilew*. etc 
Lrtw taiea Eorty pwoeo*- El) AAT 
■Ion Caah wr taring X I I rV/lAJ 

Phwn* Rveninca or HoiMara, S kMd 



Evening Pttone* f 3143 Col 4TR 
Mr Wegnn Mr WItuer, Mr Roger* 



FALCON RIDGE 
WATERFRONT SUBDIVISION 



$ 1 ^ oco ^ wilt-buiM Willi* ttuoew 
lU, c3v home built by rotitractot 
for hla wvn wo* bwi aiekne** rom p eU eat* 
and wBer* wnueual value i* wurHiaaor 
Very ntr* llrlng- r viom. with wpen flreplat* 
dlnlng-goom kiichew a-pteea bwlhrwnm 3 
bedrvmm* ond wtllllv room Pull eeoaonl 
baaemenl with romplatclT flnlahed mom S- 
p4owt batlhroum and rurhoc* Seworwl* 
maarhlng larga gwawgw 
Term* Can S* Arroneed on Any of the 
Abevo Pr apertle* 



ATTENTTOH 

QUAMCTTM B»4UH RESIDEH7R 
W*iTl*4 a )-kedmnm hem* la genera' 
*'#* of On*tl«.uip R*.ch Dp *g «iaonn 
Alenl weli'ne Phor** er wrir# Rt'hei 
CVrier-'ldaiad C* 1111 Wharf S' Ytriori* 
O lYEI 



A RPORTSMAHR PARADIBt n 
niVM3R CAMPRrrtR SALT W, 
PtHHTHn BOAT1HO AND BWTM1 

lots— $300 TO $750 

TERMS 



CARMICHAEL'S 



SEE US FOR OAK BAY 
HOMES 



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Limited 

333 VtBW STRCRT Phong B IISI 



rt ROOM noUEE TN OAK BAT-MT7HT 
' have foil cement ba-emen' f*c))i'v for 
I' iOd b* «*" lora'od up to 41 PM Ho 
►alerv Roi *313 ColWnte* 



$6500 



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ploai* A*k tor Ur Ktndw B IISI 
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k Lgrf* loom* 
Hie* garden 

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otib entranro haU. lerf* oiaed Hv- 
mg and dlaiirt • rowmt artd I eoo* bod- 
roomt n w noon Rumpua room ip a 
gariighi kaeomawt wRS Bood rbmwc* 
RKuoied on a larga lot. Idoally awl lad for 
gwrden Poeaeoaton y# day*. RAAAA 
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with Oil-O-Mallc furnaa* wirwd IM ela*- 
trie rant*, targe Betag-rwam wHt) ftre- 
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taw. wwt wewr MPM Rifli Qua Bra eriaa tDe-rwwo* bwwgbtow puttt ltl1-t34S 
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)l and claa* la uwnamwnatwa a n*caai ragh alS.kdo Oak Sav *r elglaity wr* 
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THK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. JULY 11 . 1948 



Si^ubTiioif th« «inn«r» 



Bdv»rd Ifelutd >ouunff turv** for 
combm«l «Dinr lo Mch 
out »t • a E 

thre*A>mtB 



1 laic ursuiis s- - .ir 7 « 

»>* iltaatru«r.i 

A a I I ^ TUM l.U I I AIM MR • 

At Lansdowne — 

roi am aAic>-»»o« rut 

VANCOUVER jui, 10 -Th. 

•tfhi>yf»i’'Old snaroii L outstripped L*"** >t**iUiaM*n 

a field of 10 today at Laaado*,« auI- taa , 

Park to bring In the largest mutuel *1^ ***• 
rfturti of tha season. i „na tAra-AU**RR*. im 

With Jockey Ray Stoddard 

the J. C. WUiis' trained mount led'^-*!*! *** 

all the way and finished a length. oeu.» 
ahead of the favorite. My Jury, toiT*''**' s««uritbt4r. la*. a* 
p., •iMM. i»o» .„d WM. A.... 

In the featured seventh, the 13.000 aAci— **e« cirimidi 



B^meveltOTNotf 



four and three goals, respectively. 

In a preliminary' conleet. JBAA 
juveniles of Victoria blew a d*l lead 
and were forced to s<*ttle for a 6*4 
Ue with Naiulnto. 

Une>up» follow. 

foul Bay — A. Thampsea. Crwefeett 
1, (jwwer 1. L. bcoll 1. Malrolm, 
ShubroAke. f'hungranei 4. Tavler 1. 
W. Scett I. hate I. MeKeaehlr 1. 
Hudson 1, Halbert, J. Ihatnpeoti. 
Tuial U. 

NanalmO' 



Bays Upset 
Nanaimo 



foutaomr. 
Junion being mixed with senlcys 
In the dras. 



nnrri O'j'u sen 

DR BUND 

m suRceoN 



Kelly, Huskies 
Represent U.S. 

PfUNCETON, NJ.. July 10 tiPi.— 
Philadalphla's yourtg Jack Kelly and 
the Univeraliy of Washington's Jun* 



I Nick Ktten's runth>lnning hnmrr, 
I his second of the game, gave the 
jOaklarid Oaks a 8>U}*0 victory over 
jsan Pranclsco and put them bark 
In Am place In the Coast League 
race by oue full game Ttie Oaks, 
who had lo come from behind, 
executed a triple play m the fifth 
inning of the game, played before 



SK>H IN TEL A^V 



HUW THEY 8TA.su 



P. tthlte, Meoslea, Oar- 
Uad 1. Hoag White J. Good 1, bcatl 
I. Uormao. Peiu. Kirr I. Ilea White 
I. Mansan 1, Oeld, 



Jeaers 



a crowd of 9 406 



k. Bennie I 



Hanrtieati 



crew wiUi coxswain, 



Ban Pranclsco . 180 000 01 1—4 10 1 
Oakland 003 030 003-4 15 1 

Balterlea: Soriano. Melum >4>. 
aablsa <8> and Howell. Jones. Wil- 
kie (S>. Buxton <9> and Lombardi. 

R H E 

Portland 100 033 000—4 13 u 

Ban Olego . 100 000 000- 1 7 1 
Batteries- Plllette and Btlvera; 



nosed out the favoriu Spangle Cock ! ii»* i n' aim rar. kon«i« 
by a neck to return flO.lO to nose j 

«- - I •a»*-*iTa aACI — “VAn«ou 

betton. <«s' srsoe i*r iarM-rf«r.«ie 

Vancouver Jockey Sid 
huslled Aasocutlon Into the lead 2*?,'!“^ 5^ ^ 
away from the gate and kepi enough limt i «j }.» ^ 

In reserve to hold the advantage iJrmT' 

safe when the favonu challenged, siomtm aart — mm ciatmnn 
Jockey Ray Stoddard brought in ' •»* 
four winners lo cop riding honor* t^an umi* <aM«SAre> mm 
o( Ih. th. tir.t 

longshut. Stoddard rode to win In' i i* aIm ran a 

the fourth, ihe fUlh and the eighth. *“'* 

Mutuel wickets grossed 1138.005 from OVFRMght rjwrMtr 
the 8.000 turf fsns. The same day ! , r.njniaa— 

last year had brought in approxi-]Ma». riMN»n5iie>“^** 
malely tlM.OOO. t J***'‘h 

Kaota ritadSaadi 

itaar aAct— eeoe cu.suat. ivur-rtat- x«m 'S j Sa t«ri 

014a and us •>» runansi ^ar Wliiafery 'ne a«7i 

Sharaii L •eis«da>4< IlH 11 »a*M MM .... Ttacf SsnS iB«a>Iar> 

Mr .lurr 'Martin' 3 SO 3Ml MIT Marihrj iJoauaan' 

gpiia'. iMumriaD J Tt. Mi Kralsn tc PMtat 

TTn>* I I) « 1 Aiao ran mK« Sey SMT Bif Vila (Maiun> 

Kafular Jm. Warntua. Panrbe ■. SUtni. ^Xniry. 

fjunk««. C4BP Ofsane ascoKn aatx— Suria 

•Xtovo aACK - tses AlMvai^r*. tee- raar 9i4t a»4 Sa ipHi 



did Just what was expected of them 
today as they turned In the out- 
sUndlng perfannarKes of tha final 
Olympic rowing tryouts on Lake 
I Carnegie 

[ Kelly, son of the ino Olympic 
single scuU champion and wlmier 
I himself of most of the world’s top 
sculling honors, won as he pleased 
in hla specialty from another young 
Philadelphian. Jack Tnnsey 
The Washington four had some-' 
what stronger compeUUon, but it 
didn’t have much trouble whippiiig 
Yale* good crew by a itngth and a 
half With the Weet Side Club four 
from BuflaJo. N.Y. a distant third 



N^l game, Taraday. J.B.A.A. va 
A.C., l»teveiiaon Park. 



National Golf 
Starts Today 

HAMILTON, Ont. July II <Cf* — 
Ontario tees up two national gulf 
I title* tomorrow on the luuard- 
j dotted par-70 Hamilton Ancaster 
* course. 

At slake, over 34 holes of medal 
play, are the WUUngdou Trophy 
mterprovlndal title and the Cana- 
diah junior chainjuonAhlp. both won 
by Ontario playm in 1947. To- 
morrow* play b a curtain-raiser to 
the five-day ma!ch-play Canadian' 
Amateur Championship which opens 
Tueaday. wiih more than 170 play-' 
era shooting at the ItUe won last 
year by Frank 



SMOKED 15 CIGARS A PAY 

FORGOy^RS/ 

3sas00 CKiAR^ mTOVCARS A 
{40AVUS0fOM^J jfL 



NANAIMO July 10 —A *«nsaUonal 
^ performance by Ooalle Alan Thomp- 
son sparked Poul Bay of Victoria to 
I a 18-14 upset triumph over Nanai- 
mo Paiacaa In a Vancouver Island 
I senior “S’* box lacrosse league game 
here tonight. 

I The defeat, first of the season for 
the Palace* on Ihelr home floor,' 
dropped them out of the league 
lead, a full game behind Victoria 
Jokera. 

Victoria edged Nanaimo all the 
way, leading 7-8 ai the quarter, 9-8 
I at the hall and 13-11 at the three- 
quarter mark. 

Thompaon had a. busy tune be- 
tween Ihe posts idr the winner* 
turning back 33 nf the 46 shots flrrd 
at his citadel. Many of hi* slope, 
were brllllanl as the Nanaimo for- 
wards broke through repeatedly to. 
•hoot at point-blank range. On the 
other hand, hla teammatea counted 
on 18 of 35 Shota against Pat White 
in tlie Nanaimo goal. 

Oon White of Nanaimo was high 
scorer for the game with seven 
goal*. He was the only member of 
the losers to tally more Uian one 
marker. Dick Ohungranes and Denny i 



lives all irs life at sea 

u 



Please address an queries lo Cartoonist Ripiay, c.o w'^^g Featurm, 
New York City. N.Y 



Stranahan of 

Toledo, O. 

Ontario, with two ne# player* on 
Its four-msn squad 



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<M itfllMM 
oe> loa 

l«4 

are* m 

Ti. IIJ 



Ml J4Ur usr.,:;:ar 
aot Oatia HaRia 'JabcMe* 
Ala* CiiiiMa— 

•433 JaiMue Jran 'AiSinMai 
•*>• Ktlaana Ball* ma M) i 

seie.vra aAr K—Au*i>ar>c* 
,,j Ultra- rcar-eUa and u». *li ft 
ItT: Mil Liltta Jail iCoparritaUt 
111 14*3 lUvrr Lai 'atoeQaid' 

IM *4l> fliraoda iJabnaat' 
nil »4*( WarU> aihai 'dMlr/> 

^ Mil uo'i Laer -uoairti 
ml MM Waudor -yMmavn* 

-M. ina Kiaa'i Haoor iBviiarii 
a**4 nifb Fai (aiB>*a.<i 
lljl M4S BaacS Oriia laioddard' 
IM SJOKTM BACt citlmint. 
113 (Mf-rear^lda and up, loaltd 
Ml ont Mila acd aatanif jarda 
iS **'4 Aural farad* 'WUUaBa 
44U Wild Daar ‘Siodda/dt 
I" MU khadiva Star 'im Sar- 

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AIM Eiieiua 

Oania. Boa US *Mia* Anm* ill 

<U O. Auliar ftiirt. 
aSVSVTH BALI.— C.alBliii »T*d IhIM 
l«a*-<>i«a and ap. aSaui 4<i lurlsntb 
eaptt Haalb ))* Kta Hothar tiJ 

A<-a Rf Claaa m Manpaia Lad IX 

Bu.ai# uiaiM m 0»U ar H«ibo ill 

Sasou IM Htrmaa Jr t3< 

Aiu* Biiaiila- 

V»tt OM Ut caaUiQr»a 111 

Miw yaftS tia Baradaisia -lU 

Tankta T«ea ‘li* hm Fom 111 

Mr Maaary n* Bafalrn 111 

•taSTITlTt BACt — CwtMUta. ITS* 
t&raa-rcar-dld* acd us. aSaut IS turionea 
AU64«ra Ba« t» Bcottli Kick l« 

Suck ne Carsorai Mia* i» 

TbamM L 111 Jms F lU 

Ficfr DM ni H**«arua 111 

AIM BiliiSia-. 

•SMa«ar IM rsa FUry B* til 

■ra»* caai as4a IM Vaakaa ftadar 111 

Ftnaa U It* 

MpsraaUea AUoaabc* 



rules a alight, 
favorite In the tmerprovlnclal teat 
Bill Max'hlnney of Vancouver, 
loom* BA Lhef strongest threat for' 
th« Junior 



•uvnoara set ay the Olympic com- 
mittee was 6.400 

Foumisr'a total was roruidered a 
championahip which' Canadian record, both open and 
went to oerry Kesscliing of Kllch- ’ *^wve. a« well as a Quebec provin- 
ener, a year ago. [ clal record. No comparative figures 



AurUoBaer* sad Appraiaen 
l81fM« 194tl 



Instructed bv the Eseeutnrs of the 
C. C. BENNETT ESTATE. We 
Will Bell. St the Late Residence, 

1338 THURLOW ST 

(Off M«aa. Behind M»m Kt. Heheell 

R’ESnAY— 2 p.ni. 

All the 

ANTIQUE AND MODERN 

FURNITURE 

STERLING SILVER. 
CHINA. BRASS. PLATE 



By Fred Nchcr 



They were the only three en-i rac^-^ 84. 

Iranu in the ten-event specui. | 

- I Veneruela la tlj* ntirfhernmodt 

British Ouiana was first settied | ^ South America., 



*434 award Daara lAlkinadQ) 

MM Xd lUurh ’klanrrlaf- 
MU AMra DabSa ■atoiBn’*> 

•41* Maid at Braia 'Ballarl 
4SM Shantr a#« <j»hn»art* 

4MI armtaai Hal» iO«na«> 

Aj»* UaniniDC -CWpMnMU) 
43dt Bra«n Band ‘Athrj' 

Alta aUrlSI^^ 

•431 Arpatfla UarUn* , 

nrrii aaeg— aatmma isoa Mr 

taar-oid* and up tai . (K {uriana* 

• 4*1 Pptr OOBAB 'Uamai' 

*4 4* FirU'd *u 'JivhiiasD* 

#4)1 AaStt OnU IB# h*y< 

•*« Cadau Cliff 'Jqhiuan) 

•4)1 Miat n*-t(p a iKo*#lt' 

•43« Ortai WiinrM <rva sort 

• 4M <Vr«p» • Noffairicrr ' 

• 4U China KniiM -lioddard* 

•*■• Cap* Hern (Mancnafi 

• 1*' Homrr* Rand ma *•»< 



Overnighi Entries 
At Edmonton 



by the Dutch West India Company 
about 1830. 



CALOAAr. Jaly IS <tF) 
at Vktona Fart 
FiaST BACB— •TSC. 
ua. «ia fwrur.fa 
Or Fork >Cann«U| 

Rttwtli 



Aa^a rHulu 



Build H.C 

Povro//g” 



Urta-rtar-aMa and 



•4 II I) IS M TS 

3SS Sia 
4M' 

Kaddy'i HuBhar ' 
Idler. FalUa Aa.l 



Jaaita Jl 
Chiffiaa 'Balky 



Tim* I M 
Dausia lUat. 
cetkei 

SfCflND BACS— 410* Claiming far t*ur- 

ImUnu **“' ”• *“• •"<> 

Siraamiina ij. Sehmiad* SM Ids 

Ft* areem ic uirirk- IM 



PACIFIC 

MILK 

QUALITY 



iFranto Xl<r *111 pray iil 

Bauk Brrd 111 Jo i»i ni 

I HE4OM0 AAra— AtUaanrr* iTas. Tha 
tl Capiun. ihrar rtBt-alda aod up. Ir>al«d 
In Canada aoaat I'a furlBoi. 

Annia T iei Ban OI Bai ns 

^dr OWorlli le: Saul* Urad'tv JU 
*Chlla Laaa l#1 airrra Mac 11] 

Friaca FUp* m F«m»«i pUr IIS 

Alaa Xiiairtr 

Mlnilanaa ISI eiin On iei 

F'4( Inn tSI HI Mradawlaod 114 

>«Msb im CudiUr IM 

^'•llar 111 rOutah Arauty las 

'Sairy, , 

THian BAi s— ctaimiu: )7ii6. iniat- 
rrarHNd* and up abaut •’« fariong* 

Wi*a Jot IM Mar Oa *MI 

naarflifiaipf |]« Faaha a Faah US 

Plying Altar iiv wni«k Bana *lie 

Aim Kju IM Car U« *1M 

AUn Kl.tiMr 

Tlar-«I 104 Uatkri awi* 111 

W*« Mtadoat *1)0 Oay Ftru IM 

XtUr A 111 

F»H am HAl't-^-laimtnf »TOO; fp«r- 
yaai-aida aad mp. *tM mil* and Mc-aU- 



you can get 
a fast friendly 



J ry rx' iiic Milk, that creaniy- 
rlch vitamin-packetj milk that 
is British Columbia's favorite 
Good for baking and cooking 
and availablr at all grocers 



Maynard & Sons 

Aaftlarifvrt and Appralaen 
Hloce 1902 



PACIFIC MILK 



Instructed by A Higham. t*q . we 
will sell on 

THUKSDAV— 2 Ii.m. 



Irradiatad snd Vacuum Packed 



3 SB want te knew what program I'm llalrning teT 
twe. three, fpur. five. ala. seven, elgbl, nine, ten 



• <r Martunar 113 Bate Biummal 

Boiria Tans 111 Vairdtb Trail 

R'lir Viio ift* sannr A-a-c 

Bit'Aiaai 1*1 Flarky Aay 

Alt* nitibi* 

Boaiir Oltllr:: II] M>M Finrb 

Forrard Aaty Ml Mai* Boi 

nrra BACB— Allaeanc**' tl.SM. 
Albtrtt Far** Ihrar -ya*r-*ld» and 

■ haul t*«*n furUntb 
O Mr Otar ici] CI»a Lll'la 

Oifultr in Aamio 

BM Jin . IM Fill Partv 

Marbao* 114 'Nrlm* 



Bowls. CandUbolder*. Waur Jun. 
Letter Holder*. KeUlea, TMdv Kettle 
on Stand, etc AImi rslleetlon of 
China and Ulaaa. such as Crown 
Derbv and other Enallah Cuds and 
Reuren. Plates, part let of Old 
English China, featuring Lerxf 
Plaflera. Claret Jug. Stemware. Out 
OUaa Decaiitenv. 

RROROOMH- Pair of Knellah SpmI- 
Healgn Twin Bed*. eompVle. Bean- 
llful Mahaganv tienttemen'* Chest 
Drawers, fine Mah'Hfanv Serpentlne- 
fmnt Dreaaer. Swing Mirror, Ma- 
hogany Marble-Top and berk Weah- 
aund. other DreMeri. Cheat Draw- 
ers. Bedroom Table Chairs. Bed- 
room Carpets. Assortment of Red 
I.laea. Eiderdowns. Plankeu. Sheets, 
etc ; aUo Table Unena. Cuihlons. 
'etc : 2 l.4tdles' Fur Caels. 

KIT( HEN and BAftEMENT Kit- 
chen UtenallH China, niaaa Iron. 
Trtester. etc . Hoover Vaeuam ITean- 
er. Trunkii. Oarden Toole. Hr»ee. 
L«undn’ BsAketa, Iwwn Mower*. 
Slcpledder etc. 

ON VIEW Monday. I 'Nl In 5. and 
Morning of Rale 



lo-Koomed 

Beveoue-Predurtng 

HOME 

Rnewn As 

50 Government 

Description N*ar welerfronl 






LOTS FOR EVERYBOO'^ 



for any and 
every purpose 



Frida 111 



ih* I Rail Is rubbed Into each side nf 
*"• ' ■ Bwlaa cheese every day to toughen 
>•*1 the rind and seal U against air and 
Im' undesirable bacterial aclIoD. 



Fsrt BurAork 
Arab anfVfr* 
A«m Wind 



dmso 



To Climb the Stairs t 
Take an Elevator? 



ERM8 - Cash — 10% deposit at 
time of sale. 

ON Atnw -Wed 1:10 lo 8 and 
MomlAg of Sale 



Ooetof, Dofltlil, or 
Bills 

Coif IT Fim 01 
Housi Riprirr 
Movini Eipentti 
Tim V Old BJIIs. 

itL • 

LIFE INSURED 
at no oxtra coit 

• • • If you have 9 
money problem or 
would like financial 
advice free, phone 
or call today. 

Wf MMPf* hr UFflrffEa 

»— ■ ! * hr 



MArNABD A 80 N 8 

711 -111 JehiMen 



AeeUeneef* 

0 8931 



0 hnng UP a family today without the pr«>- 
tertmn nf life iosuranre is •• foolitli •• to 
neglert lo use an cleralor in a skysrraper I 

(.imifnrta, convenieorei and farilittea 
unknown to our forlieers are now an 
eaaeniial part of living. To enjoy them 

1 and at the same tune arnimuliie 

V large suma of money through la- 

borioiu step-by-step paring i* im- 
jw) pcMAible to mo«t earner*. Tet it is 
\ diraatroiM to take too miirh fi>r 
ivN granted and forget about the 
fiiliire. 

How, then, ran a man of 
ni'ide*! means protert his deu 
M<’i. pendant* agaiosl boaoeial 

Y l A hardship in ra*e of untimely 

_ I ■ death ~ or himself against 

^ ■ / *he haxarda of declining 

\ 1 he answer i* by taking an 

' Uv iJ elevator — T.ife Insiiranee. 
vF\ \J h ean whisk a famihr to 

I *he level of a prole* led 

T| fniiire by a few tlroke* of 

** the pert. It provides tfi- 

»V ilepeodence for retiring 

I year* without unresaoo- 



Maynar(] & Sons 

Aortleneerv and Appralapr* 

StlMw 19tt 



MAVSARD A MON8 
711-713 Johnson 8L 



AufileiMer* 
0 9931 



Toetnicted by W. J. wnioox. Esq.. 
we wilt sell on 

(SAT.) JULY 17 
3 p.ni. 

ATTRACnVl 

5-ROOM HOUSE 

(Raowe As) 

86« HAMPSHIRE RO. 
(OAK BAY) 

Welch for perilculan and view daUe 



Anetleneers sod Apprabrrs 
•nine* I99t» 



thsiructed by Several Clleate ai>d 
lamoved to our Salesmoma 

711-781 JOHNSON 



mum 



WHAT IS CIRTO? 

Why doe* Carlo give you ae 
much more >em end jelly? And 
why do Certe jam* and )*U>a* 
look better . . . tmto be»t*r? 

It'* ell quite eimpl* C#r*e i« 
nothing but "fruit pectin" — the 
natural aubatarww tn fruit ttwt 
B»#k« jarM "Jam" arid Jefite* 
"Jell". Ii’a cstrected «nd reDned 
to help poB make hetfer jatTW 
end jelhm more eoeilx end 
quickly. 

DM emo SMOtT BOH 
With Certe you don*t hev« to 
boil end hnU end boil Mmr fruit 
Sa make it set A one lo-Firo- 
monoro frill, eolling boll w 
*"®«*h fee Jem* . * 

•KnwSe - So • a owrHMe foe Mibee 



CiRTO DORS THtS 

1 Give* you 50% more Jam or 
Jelly becauee you tov* all the 
prerimw fruit JuKe that waalaa 
ew*v in ateem m long botllpg. 

2 Cuts to e frertioa the Hme 
•pent over the Move. 

1 Fr*aine the lovely, natural 
freah frutt teite and colnor. 
That'* *tiU mor* importaet he- 
ceu** with Certe you uee frutt 
■t it* peek of Sever end colour 
~ not the under -npe fruit u*ed 
in inag'be*l reripe* 

9UCOW SUtf . 

rvfw SC* ifotkmias 
However uwaponefumd you may 
be you'll hev* no fottu/oo if ypu 
foUow eteax/y the rerip*« p,^. 
v»ded with Carte. Chfirrunt 
frufti need differem hendlmg. 
TWrr'* • aepersie kitchen 
teefed reripe for e«rh one. 



GOOD HClJ!(.TION OF 



Living-Room, Dining 
Room and Bedroom 
SUITES and 
FURNISHINGS 



of this nk-e home built It 



MATNAfU) A 80NB 
721-733 Jehnaen 



Ipctndlnc fine Oil Burning Reitge, 
Vncuom ( Icwner*. Good l-el Cer- 
P^ter'v Teela. Evrellent Eleetvte 
Hand Drill, (hlna, GIsm. Braaa. 
Ornament*. P7ner and Table Lampe, 
i-tnen. Bedding, Drepea. lee Fridge, 
Aii-Knamel Beth. Drop-Read Aew 
Ing Machine, Fine Set 4Mf Clnba. 
IM7 DE Lt XF RCnUGEXi^R 
and majty other Item* Bee Tuee- 
day's papers for further peniculera. 



Kioua CfttO 



manufacturers 



Room 101 

1006 Gov«rnm«nt St, 
Vieteri* 

Phon« E 5431 



INSURANCE 



ana T*e vn ■ ^ I 

IX* apaetaiet ■ 3 I 

pain I* raM'wa ans iha ^ I 
wnaawaUwk aaS tweiitn* I 

rea«r«a Baloi 0*4** M 
Useful I •4**e Mmeia and »a*r ^ , 

aaoir ilraiffu frem IM Oea't m 

Syf» BaMen **<i«r a •ingW 4*r te«(«r 
LMt 4 U'W ef Xaiia Dairt 41 SP- freoi an 
4nit Mar** Tn cas* of aimavitr. **n4 
for !•** 4e earn** * a*rte*. Devanawnt 



FAMekfisJted Jltrj 



Branch Offic#— Pemberton Building, Victoria 
T. H Leemini - Branch Manajer 



Aecileneert 

oani 







RADIO *Mo CLCCTRiC 



THE DAII.V COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNOAV. U’l.Y II, 1048 



Trim British Cruiser to Reach Esquimalt August 7 



Increases Sought hy Unions 
May Harm Future of li.C. Shipyards 



(•Ined natkiHAi prominence IS 
r«»ni agu «hcn Iu> wiui ludnapprd 



i>d laneumcd fur tSOODOO. 



EXETER. Devtmfthtre. England 
iCf) Un. Jane Hagur Bromley baa 
QOlcbnited her I02nd birthday. 



Future of the ahiptmlldlng lo* Another ma>or beadaclte for the 
d us try in Bnuah Ctoiumbia la ooi induatry, demands of labor unions 
too bright for atlU further Increaaea In pay 



lo close down for an IndeRnRe 
lime 

Union tepresentatlVM in Van- 
couver claim the ahipyands there 
have obiamed ahlpbuUdlng con- 
tracu. but are withholding them 



Vancouver yesterday rIaUna 3.000 
■hipyard employees there are seek- 
|1IV o gS>centi an hour Increase Th^v 
have rejected an offer of ten-oeiiif 
an hour 

Demands of the Vancouver work- 
ers aill Ukely be almllar to those of 



aential materials. 



Marriage tiiiles 
Tinilier K 



mjHrcs 



To Increase 
In Vancouver 



granting erf the demanded wages 
would force closvire of yards, as 
they would be In no position to 
oompete with Eaalcm Canadian 
Onus. . 

This fact has all 



thin platinum band today united 
two of Americas large timber em- 
pire? as Vlrgiiua Lee tWeody 
Wagner. 31. and George Hunt Wey- 
erhaeuser, 22. were married in an 
elaborate lawn ceremony. 

The bridegroom la the son of Mr 
and Mrs. J P Weyerhaeuser Jr.. 
whose vast timber empire stretches 



AWNINGS 



»dy been made 

Male visitors here from Vsncoo- «PPwr«nt here with the recent an- 
ver will save ten cenU If they have houncetneni that the No. 2 yard of 
their hair cut In Victoria after*'"" 

Monday. 

Changes in haircut prices in the 
Mainland city wlU go Into effect 
tomorrrfW but Victoria prices are 
expected to remain the same, ac- 
cording to a Barber'a Union official 
here. 

Vancouver barbers report that the 
raise of ten cents for hair cuts will 
only result in a drop ip profits as 
many males will go “long halr">-or 
move to Victoria. 

Many Mainland barbers disagree 
with 15 cent halrcuu and 50 cem 
shaves as they expect some persons 
will turn lo “home Industry" bsr- 
bering when the pinch comes. 



Will Make Yours a Home 
of Distinction and 
Comfort, Too! 

liiEftrv! tiuaiilv materials in 
\vo\eii ami paintcl sU.ipcs 
at rmulcralc priir^. 

I•*inc^l Custom Workman- 
ship !»;. expert tradesmen. 

Prompt and Courteous 
Service 

\Vr iiuitr ^t■u to call us tor 
an f'lin:.ilr .N.t nhliKation 
w li.V, • . r; M.ur part. 



to all parts of the United SUtes. He 



row,“ There we have “lo put for- 
ward until tomorrow''— lo defer, de- 
lay. postpone. 

Shakespeare said: 

''Hopeleas and helpless doth Aegeon 
wend, 

'3ul to procrasituale his lifeless 
end.** 

And from a leas familiar author, 
comes the famllisr “procrastination 
Is ihe ihlef of rime '■ Thus the point 
of this Wi>rd has not been lost on 
writers, whi>se business it Is to know 
how to use words, but otherwise ll 
la heard less than the Spanish term 
meatung “tomorrow.' which some- 
how has become dramatised In the 
popular mind with the implication 
that “torooiTow" may be “never!" Of 
course msnana has a softer sound 
on th« tongue than “procrastiruite,'’ 
and one syllable less, which Is doubt- 
less In its favor! 

hr The Relt Srn4ir»'* In* > 



teuTaii n.i^. U’liisei 

H.Itt.S. Sheffield Due 



The passenger vessel JervU Ex- 
press was back Id Vancouver yes- 
terday after serious holing on a 
submerged reef at Roberts Creek on 
Friday. 

More .than 70 p<isscngers were 
taken a»H>re at R/Jberts Creek to be 
transported to their destinations or 
back to Vancouver. 

The wcyideii - hulled cuiiverted 
mlueswreper grased a sunken rock 
100 yards off the dock when she 
veered from her enurke in an ef- 
fort to avoid a boom of logs under 
tow. 

Tile salvage sltlp Salvor convoyed 
the limping vessel back to port. 

The Jervis Express Is operated by 
the Marine Expreas Unea Ltd. 



CASH 



^ — — Marine Sens ' 

H M S. Sheffield, 9.000-ton British cruiser, which saw 
heavy action off the Norwegian coast. In the Mediter- 
ranean.. and wa.7 In on the 'kiir' of the German battleship 
Bismarck, is due at Esquimalt naval base August 7. 

Her call hers mill mark the mid- 
point of a cruise from the West The cruiser— of the SouUiamptoa 

c l s s a is scheduled to leave Ebqul- 
malt AufVMi 16 for a week's visit at 
VanccMiver On August 33 idle will 
proceed to Comnx. «iling from 
that port August 30 for SeatUe and 
,lwter to return to her West Indies 
station 

KCB. CBE, M VO. R». Th, U „U .no.n. U. C- 

Amirlca and n.rti.n », .. 



A BEAUTIFUL NEW 5-ROOM STUCCO BUNGALOW. 

• • • Built under N H.A. 

• • • Located 336 View Royal Avenue. 

Newsusd's Royal Roads Subdiv., Lot 29. 

• • • Ready for you to move tn* 

• • • S rooms. 

• • • Full Bsvement and Garage. 

• • • Wired for Range. 

• • • Fireplace in Living-room and Rumpus Room. 

• • • Large Fertile Lot. 

• • • Pull Price $9,600. 

APPLY 



Telephone B521S 



NOT MIS.SING ANVTIlING 
SANDWICH. NH. tUP).«-The fire 
alarm waa sounded to bring out 
searchers for two small boya reported 
missing. Among the first to show up 
to find out what all the excitement 
was about was one of the missing 
youngsters, The other child was 
found shortly afterwards. 



Indie*. Under Ihe command o 
Capt O B. H Fawkes, C.BE. RN 
Sheffield wtU participate In the an 
nual Navy Week program here 
The vessel cables the flag oi 
Vice-Admiral Sir William O 
nant 

Commander-ln-ClUef. 

West Indies Station 

Sheffield, along w _ 

rudian N%vy ships, will be open for. during the RC.N.'s Spring ir^ii^ IntemaUonal Flslier 

inaction during Nsvy Week. cruise to the West Indies. iCommlaalon said yesterday 



W. E. EBBY & CO 



PHONE G 642) —E 5724 



853 BALMORAL RD 



Seattle. 



B.C. Tana Run Ao/r On 

The tuna run la on! 

British Columbia fishermen by the hundreds ai 
either on their way to offshore waters, or are making hast 
preparations to get there as soon as possible. 

The FedaraJ flsherlni patrol boat 
Kitirnat r«porte<j yesterday it liad 
landed mure Uian 100 tuna in a 
direct 84-oUle course from a point 
73 mllet #ai^tii«esi of Estevan to a 
point 65 miles aouthweat of Cape 
Flattery. 

During the test run— which lasted 
from t ajp. lo 0 30 p.m. the previous 
,dsi-the Kltimai's men landed 103 
tuna, the flsh being caught at loca- 
tions all along the 14-mlle route. 

Tl>e fish, caught on feather lures 
and through (rolling procedure, 
weigived between 13 atid 25 pounda 

L’- O. Bame. local repreteniaOve 
for the 5>deral Fl.theriea Oepan- 
ment. said his office had been liter- 
ally fl<K)ded with calls from Asher 



J-V A»b»*to« CvOsmaln* can Im 

• pp{|*4 ricSi o«»r aid wall* TTity 

• 111 liTv l•«tlnx bvau<* tnd pre- 
leeitoo aramti tire aoxar>‘« They 
ciwt AO more than orrflnirT uute- 
riala Alt f»r free etnmate 



AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 



ksbeslos 

l^uildinq 



FLOORING*-! 



X d Edge Grain Fir and Hemlock. Hardwood. 1 x 2 Maple 
Tongue and Groove (largy quantity). 

CEDAR SHAKES— In bolts ready for splitting. Ideal for Rustic House. 

LUMBER — Spruce in rough boards. Will drem to your requirements. All 
dry and clean. Alder hardwood. Will cut and dress to your sise. 

KITCHEN CABINETS — In units. All siaes. Also Masonite and Modernite. 

HARDWARE — For furniluic-making. Tabic irons, bed loop, drop-leaf stays, 
Morris chair fixtures, etc. 



Johnson Uite's new 9,000- ton 
motorship BesttJe is now at Ban 



alerials Ltd 



Small or Large Orders 



A substantial increase In this 
year s British Columbia salmon 
pack Is reflected in a report re- 
ceived yesterday from the Chief 
Supervisor of FlRherles. noting 
38.123 casa have been packed to 
dale this season, comparing with 
24.397 for 



By JEAN NEWTON 
“PROt RASTINATE- 
“Frocrastinsle'*— Wlierc our Ian- 
guage corepeta with (he Spanish' 
Penrons who do not otherwise 
spak or know Spanish, neverthe- 
less use the Spanish word, msnana. 
somewhat as If U were an English 
slang term, as a reproach for delay, 
for putting off. for “procrastina- 



Radio Rinfy.s 

, R«ciio buoy* strung alung heavy 
duty fbhinghna In Japanese fish- 
ing water* have been approved by 
the United Biaiea communlcatlom 
deparunrni In Japan, according to ■ 
report from the UB. Fish and Wild- 
life Service. 

Pa.valnf ships, *(rong currents sod 
high seas often break these Itoas- 
whlcii In some cases are often up- 
wards of 30 miles long. The radio 
buoys will Meivd signals automatic- 
ally for a period of 34 hours, allow- 
Ing fishermen to locate drifting 
lines. 

Heavy duty lines usuaUy rep- 
resent the pooled life saving* of 
several ri*hermen and a^ present 
prices would cost between five and 
ten million yen. 

The radio buoy.* are powered by 
ilx-voJi batterica and have a range 
of between 30 to 40 mile*. They op- 
erate on 2545 kliorycles and each 
srnds out a different signal allow- 
ing each buoy to be Individually 
Identified. 



PLUS 

The Best of Testing E^^uip- 
ment Will Mike Your Set 
Like New Again 



BROTHERSTON BROTHERS 

572 JOHNSON STREET 



FACTORY: ELK LAKE 



ssra MCADWtu. 



a corrmpondlng periud 

last year. 

The report cover* commercial 
fishing Oistrlct* Nos. 1. 3 and 3. 
Each case weighs 4g pounds. 

Bockrye leads In the speclw 
group, with I2J197 cases packed to 
date. 

Other species and cases packed 
so Jsr this season, are as follow*: 
Bprinp. 1.270; steelbead. 231; 
bluebacki. 6.720; roho. 12.400 pinks, 
250, and chums. 400. 



(Estsbliahed 1936) 



Authorised Rsdiotricisns 



= 2651 DougU* Street Phone E 9534 = 



'jJanJief 



BUILDERS’ SUPPLIES 

EVANS, COLEMAN & JOHNSON 

BROS.. LTD. 

l$07 STORK ST, PHONE B 3105 



/ inisH Lnwr 

The Polish liner Bobleakl docked 
In Halifax yesterday with 469 pas- 
•niger*. including 350 European 
displaced persona who will mIUc in 
Canada. 

The liner AQultanta la due In 
Halifax Monday with 1.759 pasaen- 
ger* from England and the con- 
Unenu 



CHOOSE YOUR OWN PATTERNS and 
color Bclicmcs. thanks to the wonderful floor 
material . . ARMSTRONG FLOOR 
TILE. Since it comes in a wide range of 
colors and is laid a block at a time, there's 
almost limitless opportunity to create a floor 
design that exactly suits your decoration 
scheme. 



JOIBING CAJtPfNTtRS 
AND HANDY MEN I 

Teka wn mora jebt whh 
this low-cott OaWolt 



Have all your huiMing rcquireiiK-nl5 completed m 
ope office 



r»i course you may nul want to— and prol»abIy 
the Mijvu.a w«*uldn't Iietr of such an unheard of 
i<lc4 t.iit you COULI->— if you take (he pre- 
raiition to enlnist tbe rrniving job to DoweM** 
After all it our j<*b, and tfiere is no detail 
With which we arc not completely familiar— 
(here is ^abvitlutelv nothing abmit‘"“MffvtDg Day** 
that we are not doing EVERY day— and alwayo 
to the complete aatisfactiON and. may we even 
MV, the Burpri.«.ed delight of everyone concerned. 
The formula it aimole— iuM call G7101 



Here You Can Arrange Your 



You 11 like this floor for other reasons, too. Il*s 
easy to clean. Dust and dirt sweep right off the 
tpecial marbleiged surface. And this floor is dur- 
able. Hard usage won’t dim its rich colors, for 
they go all the way through the tile. 



BUILDING PLANS 



LOT LOCATION 



ieWAlT lADlAl FOWfl SAW 

Tk* BM<«t MW M «•*• (rOM m* M 
mW ( an (•«. M(«rM#lr Mta MlHt. 

Mar* omM mc* 

•• Muiintlr “ill pw|MM ' 

W* •! ID kw t *«K*' 5 *<m yvm 
MiMMin* Ml ■■n wMfWtiw. h*<waat 
to llMi/ wwto — riupM. fOM. 

pc l ie>t^ UH cm, HnW. 

Wtfto (ka» IVWtlt f*m r*w m*« 
W «f (to* Wwiwa y «n^<l 

tot-t tot i^Mwl f* htol* iM(|t 
Way Attmmia a tntaJtaatktag rt§l 
m mittt ' ( mm* tm iwd «m to ' 



LOANS AND MORTGAGES 

CONTRACTORS 

BUILDING SUPERVIStON 

PROGRESSIVE PAYMENTS ON CONSTRUC- 
TION 

BREAK. DOWN OP MATERIAU 
COUNSEL ON BUILDING REQUIREMENTS 



Se« th« specimen door at oar ahowroomt. or phons 
our flooring ipccialisu for completa information. 



DOWELL’S 



2312 Dooglaa St. O 3550 

Vancouver lalaiwl Dlatributors 
For 

DKWALT SAWS and' » 
ACCESSORIES ’ 
Now Avaitable 



JOSEPH BITHELL 



2000 GOVERNMENT 8T 



PHONE G2311 






1 



0 







THE DAILY COI.ONIST, VICTORI.^ B.C., SUNDAY. Jfl 

Reduction in Pou 
S ,600 Cotmimers 



Ib&l couuclL ftc 



{lOwrr uMd in excwt of Ute ftbOT« 



cordlnt to )U own by>Uws. couid 
order the buildln( demolUhed Cuun- 
clUor W. Kenejr wOd the council 
would bote to view the buUdln« u 
ft body before they could order it 
lorn down. 

Ur. BmlUi, • peneloner. wm re* 
oeolly ordered by the munlclpellty 
to get rid of hU 19 doga. 

Mr Kersey Mid the vUH to Smith t 
property hod been postponed In* 
definitely. 

*Terhftp> he hes tom the build- 
ing down himself.** he seld. 



Minimum monthly bill In the two 
aoocs wUl be tl-10 end 93 00 respec- 
tively. 

*The 10 per cent discount vUI 
apply on el] sccounts peld within 19 

dftys. 



More then 3.900 consumers in the 
Albeml region sr« expected to bene- 
fit from • decrease in power rates 
to become effective August 1 An- 
nouncement of the rste revision, 
similar to the one In the Nanaimo- 
Duncan power district last month. 



was made yesterday by 8. R Weston, 
chelrman of the BC. Power Com- 
mission. 

Ur. Westoo smd the redu2uon 
hsd been made poaslble by an in- 
creaae In the power supply result- 
ing from the oommission's John 
Hsrt development at Campbell 
River. 

It wss stated there would be mv- 
lugs for all meter readings on and 



t wh. and etgbt-lemiis cent per 
kwh- for additional power con- 
sumed 

COM-HCRCIAL RATES 
Commercial rates for the same 
area will be: First K kwh., eight 
cenu per k w b.; next go k wh. four 
cents per kwh.; balance. 
cent per k wh. Minimum bUl (or 
commercial users will be one dollar 
per kildwrsti of demand. 



liiiil fling 
ISot Viewed 
By Council 



Gets Remand 
^ itlioul^aTT 
For Sentence 



MIMUTERS PITCH IN 



dM net make Its scheduled visit party of 30 laymen and ministers 
ywtertSajr to premises of F O. Smith, spent a whole day cleaning away 
roeenily fined 930 tor falling to the debris from the ruins of the 
•ear down an unauthorised eight- United Church camp building, which 
kr~«t^t-(oot ballding located on ooUapeed under heavy snow last 

Winter. The church Is appealing 
Purpose of the trip waa to view for 93.000 to rebuild Uie camp 



caaea to as much as 10 per cenL 
TO PAY 97.M 

A consumer using 300 kilowatt 
hours of energy per month will pty 
17 4ft Instead of 910 40 m under 
present rates. Mid Mr. Westoln. 

Mein polnte In the new reduced 
schedule* ere 

(11 Introduction of a 10 per cent 
discount for prompt payment of 
accounla. 

(3) *n>e lowest kilowatt rste will 
be reduced from three cents to 
eight-tenths 



wUl Include a t'wioihly service 
charge of II per kllowau of da am ml 
In addition to the II mlntmuia bCl 
Par kilowatt of demand oast f 
the first M k wh wUI be tiw ' 
cenU per kwh. (or Um arat se ^wperty 
k wh 



was under suspension. If-year-old 
Aubrey Nebba. at Cheatnut Street, 
was remanded without ball until 
Monday for sentence, when he ap- 
peared in police court yeaterday 
Nobba' request for liberty at bail 
was refused by Magistrate M C- 
HaU. after he had Iward City 
Proaecuior C. U Harrison read a Hat 
of convictiona against the accused, 
dating back to Oeoember. 1845. Mr. 

Nobba had been 
three dtOcrent times 



one-half 

cent on groas residential and com- 
mercial ratea, respcctlvclj’. 

• 31 Provision for a Rmruner serv- 
ice schedule which will apply to all 
servUe rlasaiflcatioDs for the five 
Summer months. 

It was specifically pointed out 
that the new rales have been drawn 
up to encouragt use of electricity 
for wider purposes. 

In Zone One, which embraces the 
munldpalliles erf Aibernl, Port Al- 
beml and adjoining built-up areas, 
the residential rate. If there la not 
an electric range In uae. will be 
seven cents per kilowatt hour for 
the first 40 kilowatt hours of elec- 
tricity coiuumed: two rents p*r 
kwh. for the next 130. and eight- ‘ 
tenth! cent peg k w.h for additional 
power used. 

If an electric range haa been in- 
stalled. rates will be seven cents 
per k.wh. for the first 60 kilowatt 
hours, two cents for the next llO 



— Cokroui Photo ; Harrison said 

urant. touUng >2S<I.0S. are ihown being presented to W. E. »t 

- McLean made prcMntation while maneger and two customers I •'bile under suspensitm of his 
and will be turned over to Queen Alexandra Solarium for [driver's licence. 

A'*S**r' ^ ^'*'**"' Consuble Aldon Appleton said i.** 

— - ** i~ I I I I - bad apprehended Nobba on July 8 

™ . at , In the vicinity of Gladstone Avenue 

10 Operate ISeW Store P'pmwood Road after the ae- 

cused had backed his car doa-n a 
jianeway at an enimated speed of 



roni 



Announcements 

No Povt-Mood Mrnace in the 
wslers of ParksvUle Bay on Van-| 
eouver Island. Holiday In Mfety and 
comfort at The Island HalJ, a resort 
hotel on a wide white sand beach 
Warm bathing, ideal for children, 
boepiiable and comfortable for all. 
Gracious stmosplicrc. For pros- 
I»crtm and rates wnie The t!ind 
Hall. ParksvlUe. Vf. B.C.. or phone 
46. ParksvUle 



Your Neighbor Did! 



I a private back yard, scattering to 
tha right and left a group ol chil- 
dren playing there, narrowly missing 
Ujem." the offlewr lesuned- 
I “I was teaciung a girl how to drive 
.the car." explained Nobba "When 
•1 MW Constable Appleton 1 backed 
: down the lane becauM I thought 
Ilf he MW ma he would arrest me.'* 



S^enty-five >ears ai lieadquarim k*r njuiMral 
instruments have built oiu reputation. T1ie famous 
lines we carry are leadcra in tonal beauty, out- 
standing in sheer performance and value. What- 
ever your needs, a portable or bedside sci, or a 
full-toned glorious combination that gives you 
recorded and radio entertainment, you have the 
choice al Fletcher’s. Come in and listen to the 
famous makes we carry . . . hear them, compare 
them side by side, your deci.sion will be that of your 
neighbor’a. You'll make your choice . . . al 
Fletcher's. 



■aJtsgc CoUrcllao: The Ssivatkm 
Anny will pick up from your door 
saUage of all kinds. Used clothlng.i 
■hoea, furniture. 



M*aMgc. cUcirlcity, reducing, c : 
onlc Irrigation. Adults, chlldrao aU 
ages. Stella M Seucy, ftOl Union 
Bldg, gta view St.. E8131. 

Mark this on yeur cairadar. Dr. 

the Institute of 



With a Little 
Effort 



your rs|s. houM- 
bfild mettressca. earpcla, rugs, car- 
ton boxes, newspapers, magazlnea, 
rendered fate. 



When you givs It 
to the Army It le to help others 
Phone 0 7612. 

The Victoria C.C.F. Invites you to 
their Third Annual Garden Party 
■tails of Hamecooklng Sewing. Veg- 
etables. Books, etc. Enjoy yourselves 
playing Bingo and other games. De- , 
Uclous Afternoon Tea will be served 
Hava a cup with your friends. 857' 
Pandora Ave. Wed. July 14. at 3A0 
pm. and evening. 

The King’s DsufbuH and bona 
Invite you to bring your own lunch' 
to 73ft Courtney Street, where you 
may purchmM lea. coflee or milk at 
a nominal charge and enjoy your 
meal In a quiet, pleasant atmosphere 
Open dally, except Sunday, from 11 
Until 3 pm. 



W. E. BUts. of 
Child Study. Toronto, will be t 
Oh July 3g. 



Th« dan arc not 
,long anough in (he 
candy shop, these 



Watch this column t r 
further aonounoemenu. 



Ideys. 

Willi trylnf to keep 
the dally assortment 
up end preparing to 
move la qiutc some 



'Laurel Brae." 
icken Dinners. 



im Bay. Fried 
Lunches, TeM. 
FUhlng Trips. Rooms available. O. 
Blyth. 13U Cobble HUl. 



-Ph«to Xtn 

t HABl.Ed RLObON W. f.. CARTER 

New McGill A Orme. Ltd.. dispaoMry on corner of Douglss and View 
greets, vnll be operated by Charles Hudson, 759 Newport Avenue, and 
W. E. Carter. 1228 Crown Crescent Mr. Hudson has degrees as 
pharmacist and veterirtsrian in Great Britain and several prownce^ in 
Canada. He was druggist in Oak Bay before joining McGill * Orme 
three yeeri igo. Mr. Carter hat been with firm 14 years, and aradusied 



'problem. 

Once settled and 
everyth::-.! in order 
. . . the new location 
iK-xt door it going 
to be worth it. 



English leaa, lunrbeona, dinners in 
“Olde England ** Visit this Treasure 
House of Antlquea. 439 Lampson. 
O 0233. Munro bua. 



in Mu^ir for 75 Years 



Freeh fans eggs, matured eberee. 
pceaerrlng berries, duck eggit. local 
produce. Pick An’ Pack Grocery. 
716 Pandora. 



Cdsdch'^ 



4 Floors ot 
1 130 Douglas St 



CANDY SHOP 

743 FORT STREET 
E6422 



First BaptUt Cbvrh aervlcaa as 
uaJ on Sunday 



Pamela 

Newton, soloist In the morning, the 
AtchlMn Quartcus In the evening 



work has been progressing on 
tJia new dispensary since May, and 
It will be three UmM larger, and 
more modernised, than the trfd one 
The main floor Is 50 feet by 17 feet, 
while the metxuntne la 35 by 17 feet 
U will be an "open view" dis- 
pensary. with no ahow windows 



Palilfy i:ieaoers and Dyers— Dry 
•'leaning, dyeing and rug cleaning 
523 Gore StreeL Phone O 3734. Yea 
wa do dyeing. 



NAVY HAMMOCKS ! 

Standard Site in Good Condition 
Also Ropes H Deatrsd— Priced to Sell 

STIRRUP PUMPS 

Suitable for Spraying Fruh Trees, Etc. 

Also Good lor Fire Protection 
New Brass Pumpe— 14 Feet of Hose. Adjustable Noxtic 
for Spray ar Stream 
Special at S4.SO Each 

FIRE BUCKETS 

Used— -la Good Condition— Round Bottom and Flat Bottom 
On Sale at 60# Each 

FOR YOUR SHORTAGE— SEE OUR 1URPLU8 



Esquimau. •’Place of Shoaling 
Waters.'* an authentic, readable 
ftnry of the early days on Vancou- 
ver Island. AU bookecliera, 1150. 



Oief H. Lewenberg. Swedish Mas- 
seur. private treatmenta in home* 
umU new ofOcea available. Tele- 
phone E33I1. 



$1500 



Down Psyment builds You a Modern Houk. 
Balance Easy Monthly Payments. Choice of Plana. 



Make yeur ^unday dinner date 
at the Majorette Coffee Shop, now 
open dally. 



with smaller gltrfwa. 



For Full Particulars, Apply 



CAPITAL IRON & METALS 



Larullords* Prnlsctlve League 
meeu Tuesday. July IJth. All land- 
lords welcome. 



Premier Leyal Orang* Lodge No. 
1610 wlU meet at 7 pm. on Monday. 
July 13. Orange Hall, 73ft Courtney 
■tceet. and will hold a short concert 
beginning at i p.m., when aU 
Orangemen and Orange ladles and 
their friends are invltod. 



Boh Shop, temporary locaUon now 
open 1110 Broad, Brown Block. 

/ — - 

Third Annual C.C.F. garden party. 
July 14. 887 pandora Avenue. 



1924-1912 STORE STREET 



WE CARRY A FULL LINK OF 



Deciort fl. C. Gill and Erie P. 
Olll. denUsta. have rooveti their 
offices from the Arcade Building to 
Suita 313, Jones Building, 733 Fort 
Street. Phone O 1843. 



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Smart new gift wrapplni and 
greeting cards. Whatever the oc- 
casion. whatever the gift, well WTafi 
H personally and appropriately Lv 
you at tha Marionette, 1019 DouglM 
Street g 1Q13. 



TENTS, AIR MATTRESSES, FOLDING BEDS, 
SLEEPING BAGS, PORCH AND DECK 
CHAIRS, ETC. 



PembeHeo. Welmm Ltd, 



Real es- 
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sddress. 1003 Government Street, 
1 Block up from Post Office Same 
phone. Garden 8134. 



^Salvage Callectlon for Fairfield. 
Femwood and ML Tnlmlc We col- 
lect rags, papers, household mat- 
tresses and aU kinds of bottles 
Plume E3413. 



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■grains w lUhlo# CMMy** t«t A<hM. w 

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art tregbl*r ym •hevld iry CrW«i Wum* 
St .■aiaata* Crttea aM«0x atorU htlpiae iU* 
Kian*T* rlMfl t«t **r«M arM* aad irrluutw 
• utM vhteh may W Ui« rval raum of y«at 
Aad ihia may e«><t1r Imlp ytm Ma 
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Any PerMH wtahlng to give a do- 
nation to the Aged Pr.. 
Association Inc. picnic on August 
trd, Mr. Joe North will be very 
pleased to accept 

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Drop in and lee the fine selection of Table l.smps marked down 
'fi to Clear. . . . Glared Pottery, Crystal and Metal-Based Lamps, 
complete wHh beautiful shades . . . ss low as 



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pbone Sydney tSF ^ 

Cookies. Speeial. Ike a Ooocn, 
Norrington'i Bakrry, 

Street 



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Party— Afternoon tea. etc. 
Shrine, No. 1 tWhlte 
. Wednesday. July 14, at the 
1038-31 Cook ' home of Mrs. Rlppengale, M7 Foul 
Bay Road Everyone welcome. 



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correct speed for any mixing job. 
This portable machine has an 
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finish. Price, each' 



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32 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C., SUNDAY, JULY U. 1948 







L*bor Council, U the police tmlon 

•iblUaUuii 



This Proves To Be Thistle, ISol Tree 



for Ihli cAtrgory to $30 per weclc. 
For experienced counter clrU. win- 



recummended • vate of $30 per 
weeX (or aalee glrla. «tUch va* Oio 



Hearing on Police Pay Request 
Resumes Monday at City Hall 



repreaentouvo on Uie 



propcoal offered b> the company He 



bvard. W H. M H.T'<lai.r, city bar- 
rifter. U the police cummlMion ap- 
pointee. Const. Nap Bouchard is 
appeaiinf for the union and City 
Solicitor A. J. Patton for the com- 
mission. 



OCW irii— U..T;. hf.:-j r- 

floor girls, the rate suggested a as 
$39 per week. 

Suggeatad scale for Inexperleiiced 
heip-aas aalea girls aitd stock clerks 
up to four monUu experience. ^33 
(ram (our to eight months, $33. and 
from eight to 13 montiis. $34 
Mr. Clark, m his mlnorlly report. 



stated the company proposal "la 
about equal to the Increase In th« 
coat of living " He did not recom- 
mend any clutnge In the union 
eecurUy provialona o( the employee 



Arbitration board hearing a PuUcc^ labor code. Decision of the arbitrary 
Federal Union request for pay Ui*, tribunal, or artltrstlon board, Is 
creases geared to the rise In cost binding on both parties, 
of living will meet again Monday importance of the arbitration on 
morning at the City Hail, Chairmaa p^y 1 . far-reaching. The city 

Brent Murdock said yesterday. i budgeted this year (or any 

Tlie board ad>oumed early in June, Increase, snd If any Is awarded, the 
after several meeiings. because mem-' city will have to Incur a deficit this 
berx and several key witnesses year or raise the money by some 
not avallsbie means.' A deficit will llaely mean a 

Mayor Percy £ Oeurge. corresponding rise In the mill rate 



Ausiralla has about 38.000 miles of 
railways. 



Wage Increases of tSH cents an 
hour for Inexpertcnced employees 
axMl is cents an hour for experienced 
help have been recommended by a 
conclUaUon board hearing a dispute 
between the Retail Clerks Uuioa. 
No. 37$ <A.FI,.i and the F. W. Wool- 
worth CO.. Ltd.. Victoria. 

vinu,,,.. were contained 



A Delicious Cool Drink 

Directions; Moke lea exactly a$ usual . . . While 
still hot pour into glasses filled with crocked 
ice 



Add sugar and lemon to taste 



Winn. r<tr. former chief ol 

the Women's Compensation Bosj-d. 
and Mra Margaret Burgoyne, Vic- 
toria. union nominee on the board 
Minority report was filed by J. A. 
Clark, company representative on 
the board. 

The union had sought tncreises 
to S33 SO per” week for experienced 
sales girls and stock clerks but the 



mony on whether the commlailon .Edition, the < 
had previously waived righu to con-! AmocUtlon lu 
fine the hearing to pay Increases by, ^ ^ ^ 

discussing in early negotiations ^ 

secUons of the agreement with lhe| 

Ithe pay quesUoo 
WANT BOOST I cjoaeJy as it wUl 

Police union reprcseolAllves hate'©/ the aseorlaUon 
told the arbitration board that theyl Percy Rayment. president of the been hiduig In the forest since thei 



SO.ME HTILL IN HIDING 
MANILA (Ui!). — Philippine con- 
stabulary came upon two tattered 
Japanese soldiers walking near a 
forest and shot one to death. The 
other Japanese fled Into dense 



want the Increases to 'be based oni Victoria and District Trades andiendof the 

an 18 per cent jump in the olllciall — - 

cost of living Index since the agree- ^ 
roeni was signed. TTiey previously 
ssked lower 119 and $29 a montli 

and other concessions. I Bwbi 

Attitude of the commlaslon on / i \ 

whether the change In amount of ^ 4 i I 

pay boosts ssked changes the status MjMS m J 

of the board is expected to be an- FT 

nounced at the resumed meetings. 

Originally a conciliation board with A ^ 

no power to bind both parties to 

decision, the board was changed to t \ i M 

an arbitrary tribunal at request of / _ MF J a M 

the commission under terms of U)c a M m 



I majority report would raise the pay 



Uuarunteed >\ itli E 



Purcha.»ie 



or Your Moiu‘v Kefundttl VUTU A S.MILEI 



— CelonM mole 

Miss Jtme Dunn, 1044 Queens Avenue, marvels at sire of thistle cut in 
Ksaimg ewsmp by Alec Patterson. 897 Vernon Avenue. Stem is sa 
big around is trunk of small tree. 



Crack Sleuths 
From Britain 
Prohins Plot 



Store IlourA 9 30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M 
Wednesday: 9:30 A.M. to 12 30 PM 



A Uoiiifortable i 
B<mJ or 



A Doubir 



NEW YORK. July 10 (NANA).— 
7^0 crack Scotland Yard detectives 
have teen aiuunwmed from Lonoon 
to Colombia by the Covemroeni of 
that South American Republic, to 
thwart rumored plans of a secret 
organisation there against the Pan- 
ama Canal. 

A Buguta dispatch to Aftunbladet, 
of Stockholm, aays that the two 
sleuths— around whom the roost 
complete secrecy cloak has been 
drasm by Colombian and British i 
authorities— are Sir Perry SUllloe, 
chief of the yard's investigations de- 
partment. and Sir Norman Smith 
Sir Percy stopped in Washington. 
D.C.. en route for Bogota. 

OtflclaJ reason for the presence In 
Bogota of Sir Norman, who Is one of 
Britain's outstanding criminologists, 
Is Investigation of the deaths of sev- 
eral memben of the British diplo- 
matic and consular service during 
the recent riots. 

Unofflcially. the Swedish corre- 
spondent learned, the real reason the 
two men are there ts to aid Colom- 
bian police ur>cover an underground 
organization, one of whoee stated 
purposes, U Is said. Is to seise the 
Panama Caiutl In event of war be- 
tween Russia and the United Sutes. 
as well as the Colombian ollflelds 
and several airfields in the country 
from which— so the story goes, any- 
way— the canal could be attacked. 



hxpectinjf visitors ll>i^ j,uimner * licrc’e the 1*"- 
i'ur >T-«r home! IliRh-jfrailr. spnng-filleU sUuli 
lounge that dmiMes in us uscfulnc.'-.s ... at i 
price that fits well wiihm mur budget! 3 l u'l. 
ion style covered in brigr, wine or blue home 
apuns am] (apr>irie>. Chfx>se .^^o^dftv!.. 



Rslsncr. plus small e*rryitig ihsrgr, in coineniriit im.»thly psymerjll. 

rurniiure, Fuurih Floor 



Millions of men. womtn, and 
children the world over take 
spsrkliDg Sno's “Fruit Ss1t“ 
firet thing in the morning when 
needed. 

Plesunt-tasting Eno helps to 
keep you fit by cleansing the •ys- 
tem of waste. It relieves acid 
ir>dife«tion, ar>d has s gentle laxs- 
live action. Kno does not coeitain 



luf ar. harsh saUa, nor any harmful 
ingredients. It can be taken daily 
or several times s day. when 
needed, with no ill effects. 

Youll be wise to always keep 
Eno‘s'*Fruil Salt" handy. And 
pack Bno in your luggage for the 
relief of travel lirkneas and upset 
stomach. Buy the economical 
large eue bottle foday' 



Special Purchase of 

British Axitiiiisler Rii 

Size 6 X 7.6 . . . 42..70 Size 6.(1 x 9.( 



high in famous quality Mriti.sh .Axmjn.sicr Rugs with 
' d\cd. thick wnol pile that has made them favorites 
■aU and Oriental patterns ti\^t give your htinie a 
ist for years. Completely seamless. 

Floor Coverings, Fourth Floor 



•'FRUIT SALT*’ 

Used rot 7S TtAts the Wotio ovEt 



Boiitloir Lamps 

Complctp With Shades 



Pilots Ymd 
Across Ocean 



l.oiv in price, >cl attractively designed crystal g 
lamp^ with ivory parchment shades decorated 
pastel colors of rose, yellow or turquoise. *} | 
17 inche* Mvrratl height. Facli s5#s 



‘ Linen Liineheon Sets 

34 Inch (.loth and 4 Napkins to Match' 



NORTHEAST HARBOR. Mr . July 
10 (JT).—A 23-yewr-old merchant 
marine engineer piloted hli 38-foet 
yawl Seven 8 cm Into harbor today 
after a $5-day one-man. non-ttop 
Ma voyaga from Setubal, Eiirama- 
dura, PortugaL 

Tanned and bearded. Joaeph P 
Petterson of Bangor aald ’’the trip 
waa fine" and that he had "no 
trouble" during the 3.600-mlic eroes- 
Ing He relied moetly on tell, he lald. 
but occailonatly uacd a amall auxU- 
lary motor. Me left Portugal May li 

Petteraon arrived In Europe aboard 
the aame yawl laat Summer after a 
6T-day rroaalng from Maine with 
Stanley Creaaey, Unlveralty of Maine 
Englleli Inatruetor. 



l.amps, Fourth Floor 



Sniouth. fine quality linen beautifullv embroid 
ered floral patterns. Feru with dainty pa.Me 
floral or plain shades of blue, peach, green oi 
yellow. Xicelv boxed , 



l^iftirs* IvFsttiPr or 
t^mpobition Heptfl 



Rubber Heeix 39c 



The Bay - Your 
Headquarters for 



Linen Damaik Clothg 

Heavy, rfnuble damask that will 
wash and wear tor >eara' Pure 
linen with tern and viulet or clirys- 
anihemom paiterni 70 a HR-iiirh 

kI:k 14.95 



Damatk Luncheon Seu 

Pure Irish linen to grace your table 
at larger dinners 54x72-inrh rinih 
with floral pattern and 10 QC 
ft 14-inch napkins. Set 



.S'ow in atork! Crepe ruhber for lull soling and heeling' 
Have your sport shoes done now’ Men . . ..Pamdenc 
soles and heels outwears leather 2 l<> 1' 



A .Marvploufl Valiir 



Shoe ninic. Street Floor 



Damask Luncheon Sets 

Irish linen damask in snowy white 
with chrysantheiiium. rose ne fern 
paltern. 54-inch cbdh, 6 14-fmli 

10.95 



Rayon Damask Cloths 

Strikingly beautiful anow 
cloths with floral ami lea/ 
in bold relief. Will gne j 
satisfactiory service, 54 
inches square, each 



Oor»H-ltx>king. gcM>d-qua1 
ity pen* with smooth 
plastic brxi.'. free. r.tsy- 
writing ball point' Won- 
derful for larbon copies 
or straight writing. 
Choose >Tiuf» Monday ' 

Refills 

Stationery. Street Floor 



• I anicras 

• Froteciors 

• Meters 

• I3ark Room Supplie.4 

• Daily Film Developing 
Service* 

Cameras, Street Floor 



Luncheon or Breakfast Sets 

Pure linen of (me quality, nrigbt 
blue or red stripe on ecru . . wash- 
able. aolor/ast' 5Liiich cloth with 
4 14-inrh napkins^ r f\Q 

Set Ds JO 

Linens, Street Floor 



Individual Tea Napkins 

Pure linen in set bl A, 11x11 lochea. 
Ecru with cob>rfut Moral Q 7C 
embroidery. Set 



INCORPORATED 2?? MAY I670u 



Here it is . . . the wool that improie^ with washing! It will not 
.shrink . . . never loses its shape . . . feels .softer than any other 
w»jo1! Make sweaters or .%»cks from it with never a fear zs to how 
it will Ixtinder ! J-Flv io ycUour. blown, red, ru»t. Copen, .Manchu 
blue, tarragons, navy, green, chnidmisl, I>rige mix. cro<|uetfe or 
white l-or uaU. — . - 



Ideal for Summer 



The expert ahaping and tapering of 
this cool cut molds it into gentle 
curls . . . held lovely with our »i>ft 
SUPERSONIC pernuiiirnt. 



Doiiblf Knitting Kroy Yarn Kroy Baby Yam 

Etretleni weight (or baby carriage cover# S<*ft, cr'sy, shrink pr<>cf yarn in babr bkja, 

■nd enitdoof garment# Wine, croquciie. '^1'^ ,»»d tooeycomb C’boosa 

. . « lor all yotrf baby's «nollen OO^ 

brnwn. nie niit. Hunter* green and fJC# garmenii l-or h,tl .. ... JO 

•hue. 4-ply. 2o* tall 



Satifffartion 

(ftiaraniFed 



Under the Aoipice# of Victoria 
Begonia Society 

First Annual Exhibition 



Use Your IVIonthly (Jiarge .\ceount 



gonias 



Fri'Uv and Saturday, fair 16 and )7» 
during finrr hour# in tbe Douglaa 
Room, Hodftofi’# Ray Company. .Vd 
Fkior. Collection at door in aid of 
the Solarium. 



Second Floor 



MAY 167a 





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Vruub Offirui l^tfUwrspht, Ctwrn CopTrl^Jit 






'ilw 












jm 






frt 



Houghton Mill, Houghton, H«nu 









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t>T)r^rfh Ah>»y. B^wic^iteirt 



Tb« Rivar Twcod balew Batmartidc Haight* aaar UtlroM, Ro«Wfhah*« 



NO. 180— MNKTIETH YEAR 



The Old Countryside 



•nd cottages in a land of greatness and character; rivers linked with 
the romance and history of the past make tne Old Lanu a place of beauty, 
enhanced by the traditions of her people and mellowed by the passing of time. 
The British countryside preserves Us peaceful ways upon which progress his 
not yet encroached. It is Britain at its best. 



VinOKIA, KHITISII f fM I MBIA, Sl'NDAY, Jl I.Y 11, 1948 






I 



THi: DAILY COl.OXrST. \ ICTOKIA, B.C., Fl'NDAY. ll^LV 11. 










Swiss Fabrics in Hot 



Dresses 



coi<>rs. which u In bi<th lallorcd 
dreumaMer type* Ab«ive itenUy flared 
tkIrU the bodlcea are crliiply tailored a'lth 
lucked (ronu or narrow white lace rufflefl. 
Of they are frankly feminine with flutter- 
ing Jabot or frllU 

There are aUo Summer-weight Swiss 
spun rayon fabrics, some In chains efTect. 
whl^^ are made Into ladylike frocks which 
will be equally good tor town, country or 
resort There are spun rayons with a 
slightly crisp flnlsh which come In stripes. 



dresses Because the fabrics are stub- 
bornly wrlnkle-reMstanl and wash like tlie 
proverbial handkerchief, they wilt main> 
tain their fresh, pretty appearance 
Uirough the whole Summer 

Women who sew may And It worth- 
while to make a tour of tlirlr favorite yard 
goods counters In search of Swiss Summer 
fabrics Supplies are stlU ahuri, but lim- 
ited amounts of gossamer printed Swiss 
batistes, vnijes, soft-finished crepe organ- 
dies ajtd the uadlUonal dotted Swiss are 



E ver since the end of the war when 
fabrics began trlckitng in again 
from Euriioe, women have marveled 
at the wuiidei’ful Swiss cottons and rayons. 
Bo soft, so sheer, ao cruah-reslstant. they 
were color-fast and easily launderable. 
The supply has been short, but whenever 
they could be found, they were snatched 
up by the fashton-wise ‘As cool and 
fresh as an Alpine meadow,” someone has 
said of the them. 

Now, they're available In Summer 



have used a variety of them One favorite like dreaee* with the stripes alone for dec- 

is Ane Swiss batiste, printed In frosty oration The same fabric. In solid color 
white against a series of cool background dusty pastels, makes excellent tailored 



novelty weaves, all with reliable colof- 
faatnesA and permanent finishes that are 
really permanent. 



Country dances are now in fashion, and for awmging your partnar 
you'll want one of the trew tquarc-dance dretMi, ao graceful and 
gay. Thia ovw ia of gray linen with naat white print. Tha vary lull 
aktrt ia made of four flouncea atiichad one upon tha next, and tht 
bodica ia tightly fitted. Miaa Cox doaa aimitar drctMt in solid color 
paatcla Sha putt a atole or scarf with tom* of them. 



A fluttering jabot fnll with hand-rolled edge acta tha feminine key* 
note for this flattering midtummtr (rock. It it deaignad of goaasmer 
printed Swiia batiste. The neckline la convertible, and th* aix-gore 
akirt flare* ahghtfy in thia dr«ia that comet ui both women's and 
miaaet' aisea. It will be Ireth throughout the Summer, (or it waahea 
at aaaily at a htndktrchief. 



Australia Visions Empire Leadership 



generally feel that the United Stales 
hod disastrously bungled its own racial 
problems. 

Northern European immigrants are par- 
ticularly welcomed in Australia and are 
being flown In every few days In especially 
chartered planes. 

FEW ENGLISH COME 
The English, of course, come Into Aus- 
tralia. but In curlouoly limited numbers, 
considering the rrowded conditions under 
which 55,000.000 people live In a land a 
fraction the sire of this one and depend to 



magnificent bathing beaches along with 
their race tracks, and national reloxatl^ 
lakes the form of out-of-door sports. 

LIVING IS CHEAP 

The Australian enjoys life on a low wage 
In a country of comparatively cheap living 
cosU. He doesn't get rich, a fact which 
doesn’t worry him either. He is plagued by 
numerous shortages. Including meat, but- 
ter and eggs, which are rationed because 
of the heavy export demands of England, 
and by ahortages of electric power because 
of labor iroubles in the generating plants. 



S YDNNV. Australia • UP).— Australia 
believes herself destined to become 
the eventual centre of the British 
Empire The other British lands In the 
South Pacific iNew Zealand, FIJI and New 
Oulneai believe the lengthy visit of the 
King and Queen early In 1949 will advance 
the possibility 

Certainly this rich country, os large os 
the United States but with little more 
population than the city of New York, 
.seems to have more room to grow than 
moat nations. The pressure and crowding 



When you travel, dreea comfortably ae well a* smartly and »e* 
that your wardrobe ia carried in luggage that will deliver it in the 
beet poeeible condition. Pumpkin colored woraied pongee makes 
the good-looking dress worn here. A swishing checked taffeta petti- 
coat IS worn beneath the full skirt. The alligator-gTained cowhide 
luggage II sturdily built, beautiful and designed to carry clothes 
to the beet advantage. The party-box, which the girl carries, will 
hold not only cesmctica but over -night necesattics ai well 



— ft** Terk ysmieci Laeait* 

Lightweight Swiss spun rayon fabric that looks tike sharkskin, drapes 
resists wrinkles makes this amart midsummer frock. 
The designer used the inch-wide stripes on the bias and matches 
them exactly for a dramatic effect. 



Shah of Old Persia Unhappy Monarch 



By LEO HOCHSTETTER 



T eheran - The Shah of Iran— oW 
Persia— la an unhappy monarch, 
whose crown rests heavily. If uneas- 
ily. upon his youthful head. At least that 
is the impression one gets In Interviewing 
him 

Reigning over 15,000,000 poverty-stricken 
subjects U not much fun, according to 29- 
^ear-old Mohammed Resa Shah of the 
Pohlevl dynasty. Someilmea he thinks he 
.'t^ould like to swap Jobs with on American 
' reporter and relieve himself of the thank- 
less burdens of state. <No newspaperman, 
so far at leut, has been approached on 
such a deal. The Shah U reputed to be 
worth $900,000,000, although he has given 
sway much of hU fortune to public chari- 
ties. 

NO ROYAL PLAYBOY 
Although the Shah flies a four-motored 
plane and drives big cars recklessly he Is 
no royal playboy. Tales of the Arabian 
nights and legends of Oriental splendor 
notwithstanding, the Shah U essentially 
a one-woman man. His young daughter 
and his beautiful queen, the eldest sister 
of King Farouk of Egjrpt. now ore living 
at the royal court In Cairo, »o Mohammed 
Rets Shah, for the time being anyway, is 
leading the life of a lonely bachelor. 

In spile of the presence of numerous re- 
tainers, guards and functionaries about 
the premises. His Majesty’s modern alr- 
rondlUoned palace seems rather empty. 
A good deal of hts spore time U spent In 
the company of his mother and two sls- 
(ers, one of whom, exotic Princess Ashraf. 
hls twin, cuts something of a political fig- 
ure herself in Iron The roy^ ladles live 
under separate regal roofs. 

One of the Shah'a principal diversions 



or Wimbledon, hls gome la considered 
creditable. Unlike the late and very vain 
Benito Mussolini, the Shah does not be- 
come Infuriated If he Is defeated on the 
courts. However. Mr. Allen, a stellar diplo- 
mat. and a tenmsmon himself, never suc- 
ceeded In beating him. 

Mr. Allen and hls wife ore credited with 
having taught His Majesty how to play 
bridge, but although hls bidding u re- 
garded os quite strong, he Is not consid- 
ered a very good player os yet. 

No pastime, however, has succeeded in 
taking Mohammed Rexa Shah's mind off 
the sod plight of hls country. This was 
evident In our interview lost week, when 
for an hour and a half he spoke with 
heavy heart about the grave problems 
whlcti confront his people and himself 
A graduate of Swiss schools, the young 
Shah has a sound formal education and 
on Idealistic political philosophy. 

Speaking like a new dealer, hls sad eyes 
shine only wher^e U talking of national 
project — public health, modernisation, 

hydro-alectrtc energy, sewerage systems, 
paved roads and' such Reminiscent of a 
new dealer also Is the reproachful man- 
ner In which he speaks of hls country's 
congress -the Iranian Majlis. Hls Maj- 
esty asserts that the Majlis will not per- 
mit him In take the necessary siep.s and 
at the some time will not Itself enact a 
program designed to benefit the people. 

SLOW ON FINANCE 

It Is true that the MajUs has po-ssed only 
two major bills In the post year. This 
august body appropriates the national an- 
nual budget a month at a lime. 

The Shah's political opponents charge 
that Hls Majesty has dlctalorlai ambitions 



progress which will be losUng and which 
wUl not rest upon the shoulders of one 
man '* 

The monarch of Iron has a quixotic 
dream He told us about It. As the ruler 
of hls people, if he cannot bring them 
peace and prosperity, then he would pre- 
fer to die on the field of battle, defending 
(hem. 

NEEDS ASSISTANCE 

• No nation," he dccloreo. "can be strong 
If its people ore weak No people can be 
expected to fight gloriously If they have 
nothing to defend. 1 wont my subjects to 
have 4 stake in ihtlr country." 

To create that popular stake the Shah 
stales that Iron, like most countrle^s today, 
needs the assistance of the United Slates. 
‘ We are not thinking only of American 
loons," he asserts. "We need Yankee 
guidance and Ingenuity. If we make the 
required progreos, then Iron will become 
a most uoefuJ member of the family of 
nations. But if vre remain stagnant, then 
a certsun dongerdus foreign Influence will 
make further strides in our land." 11 was 
clear that he was referring to the Soviet 
Union. 

As the Shah arose to close our ihtervlew 
he averred that he would prefer to be a 
.‘Simple and useful citizen of a contented 
country than to be the sad monarch of a 
suffering people 

"Of course," he added hastily, "I would 
much rather be a happy king of a happy 
country ” 



of global population may cause Australia 
to forge a long way ahead before tong. 

Australia's main concern today Is her 
under-pc^ulation. The country realises 
the need for immigration but fears pos- 
sible domination by what her politicians 
pally refer to os "the teeming millions 
of the Orient.” 

ORIENT TOO CLOSE 
The Orient Is. In fact, right at Aus- 
tralia's door, the most crowded, famine- 
ridden lands In the world offer sharp and 
Immediate contrast to the one that is least 
populated and most capable of tremendous 
productivity In the basic requirements of 
life. 

The "While Australia" policy means Just 
what It says: none except white persona 
are permitted to enter the country to live. 
In foci, persona of other races already resi- 
dent ore being deported. 

The latter classification has Inciuded, 
during this correspondent's brief observa- 
tion here, on American Negro boxer mar- 
ried to a while Australian woman and who 
had made hls home here for years, a Poly- 
nesian woman of royal blood married to 
a white Australian man, and a native 
Maori from New Zealand. 

NEW ZEALAND AROUSED 
The latter deportation created a furore 
In New Zealand, where the Maori is re- 
ceived on equal footing with the white. He 
Is. In fact, somewhat spoiled because the 
four native members of parliament hold 
the balance of political power Australia 
hod to bock up on that one score. 

The liberal government of Australia sees 
no Incongruity in the fact that Its liberal- 
Ism U reserved for whiles only. The people 



a large extent upon supplies sent them 
from Australia. 

Thousands of American ex-OI'a who 
went through Australia to and from the 
combat zones of the South Pacific ore In- 
quiring about th^ posslblliUes of settling 
here. 

At first, the Australians were enthusi- 
astic about bringing the Yanks back, but 
now both sides are more cautious since the 
first Influx of Americana has not worked 
out too well. 

The Americans felt, in many InsUncet. 
there were too many governmental re- 
strlcUons against setting up businesses for 
themselves. The Australians, on their 
part, found that the Yonks were too much 
like themselves and wanted to do the same 
things, creating unsought competition. 

Australia seems to have concluded that 
what she really needs Is the type of Immi- 
grant who will do work the Aussles them- 
selves don't core for. such os mining and 
■'Stoop labor" in the fields. 

NO UNEMPLOYMENT 

There Is no unemployment in Australia. 
The 40-hour week is rigidly enforced, even 
with form labor, and overtime work is 
unpopular. 

The result la that Australia pretty well 
ceases to function over the week-end. 
Her citizenry go by the thousands to the 
many beautiful race tracks where the Oov- 
emmcnl, which is so strict that Sunday 
movies ore not permitted and all bars must 
rlose at 9 pm , runs the pari-mutuel bet- 
ting for the public Another form of gam- 
bling Is the state-controUed lotteries, upon 
which certain hospitals depend for princi- 
pal support 

The Australians enjoy the world's most 



But he has a magnificent confidence In the 
future of AustraJla. 

The new.spaperi of Australia are com- 
petently operated and make a profit under 
handicaps which would appal an American 
pubhoher, in addition to shoring the global 
shortage of newsprint, the Australian 
dollies assert they cannot get adequate 
dollar allotments with which to buy the 
Canadian newsprint available to them 
under their restricted quota. 

The dollar ohortage bandlcapis the news- 
papers and other businesses in other wa>-s. 
The Melbourne Herald, for Instance, la 
building in its own plant one of the largest 
presses In the world, from blueprints and 
under licenses obtained abroad, because It 
cannot get the dollars for the purchase of 
completed press equipment at the usi^ 
points of manufacture 

HAS TREASURY SURPLUS 

The present Labor Oovemment of Aus- 
tralia prepares for next year's elections • 
with a record of enviable cosh surj^uses 
In the national treasury, full employment 
and many social security accomplishments. 

Most public services have been or are 
being nationalized, this category Includes 
the railways, street can. telephone and 
telegraph systems and overseas telecom- 
munications. Litigation is currently under 
«-ay to nationalize oil banks. 

The Liberal party fconservaUve). which 
claims Its best chance in many years to g<> 
bock into power In 1949. alleges Australia 
to be one of the most over -governed coun- 
tries In the world and Uial the Labor Oov- 
emment Is In fact wholly socialistic. 

The Communist "menace" in Australia 
would seem to be almost non-existent. 
The Communist Party is treated with 
something akin to amusement 



“The Tree With a Hundred Arms” 



By 

H. B. BINNY 



comes on Monday evenings, when with 
selected guests he Indulges In such eleon- 
cut parlor gome* os musical choirs and 
charades. A regular guest at these royal 
soirees was George Allen, former Ameri- 
can Ambassador to Iran and now assistant 
secretary of state In charge of American 
propaganda Mr. Allen's successor, John 
C Wiley, a top-drawer diplomat of ii 
year s service. Is a relative newcomer to 
Teheran Equally charming but some- 
what older than Mr. Allen. Mr Wiley, so 
far os is known, has not yet participated 
In these Monday evening amusements, 
although he Is a frequent visitor to the 
rojrat palace. 

The Shah is Iron's No $ tennis player 
and though this rating would not get him 
ranked os a seede^ favorite at Forest HlUs 



—on accusation which has a familiar ring, 
although he does have the support of the 
Iranian army. The Shah admits that were 
he of a mind to give It his blessing, a 
military coup d'etat could be succesifui. 
This, he says, he refuses to do. He in- 
sists that he has thrust the temptations 
of dictatorship from him and for very 
practical reasons 

The Shah cites the fate of hls late 
father. Resa Shah, iron man of Iron who 
died In exile in South Africa not long ago. 
The present Shah, who reveres the mem- 
ory of hls father, says: "My father was a 
great man who did many things for his 
people— but he did them alone. When he 
posseo from the scene, hls works ended. 
I do not want that to happen again. If 
my country Is to flourish. It must achieve 



A n InU 
tr«. 



Scientists to Study Salmon 



S EATTLE (UP),— They’re going to look 
Into the home life of the male and 
female salmon in the North Pacific 
to see whal con be done about developing 
a stabilized yield. 

The greet natural salmon runs in the 
aniitheastem. Kodiak Island and Bristol 
Bay areas of Alaska have undergone quite 
a change In recent years The salmon 
hordes of yesteryear have diminished and 
scientists wont to know the reason. 

As one srieaiist put U. 

“Maybe the salmon have spent too much 
Bme around U*,e Norhl Pacific and not 
goough at home Salmon, like humans, 
must know about the birds and the beea" 



Dr. William F Thompson, director of 
the University of Washington’s Fisheries 
Research XruUlute. told the problem will 
be studied in the three Aioskan areas this 
year. 

He sold one group of eclenUsts has left 
Tor Southea.4l«m Alaska, and two other 
groups are en route to the Kodiak Island 
■ and Bristol Bay reglouo. 

"We want to find out whether the di- 
minishing runs and other changes are due 
to overfishing or other causea.” he said. 
"We hope that from re.eearch work we can 
develop a program for the conservation 
and proper use of the salmon.” 



InteresUng picture of a "Deodar" 
taken In Beacon Hill Park, 
appeared in The Colonist of June 9 
Chiefly on account of the description of 
the subject, sevaroJ thoughts come to mind 
The "Deodar" was there described os on 
evergreen closely related to cedar. " ThU 
would be something of on understatement 
because the "Deodar" is a cedar, while the 
well-known "Redeedor" is not. The latter 
U an ’ Arbondta" while the "Rocky Moun- 
Uln Red Cedar” U a "Junltier ' Many 
other so-called cedars are actually cy- 
preases and the tree from which ‘Ten- 
nessee" or "Clgar Box” Cedar is derived 
Is not even on evergreen but a deciduous 
species mostly rexembilng the Tree of 
Heaven" »Allanthus>. 

FOUR TRUE CF.DARS 
There are four true cedars, of which 
three are quite plentiful in Victoria and 
surrounding dlstrtcu. 

The "Deodar" is, perhaps, the most com- 
mon. As noted. It U a naUve of the lower 
slopes of the Himalaya Mountains in the 
North of Indio. The Hindus regard It os a 
sacred tree and coll it "Devodera" or 
•Tree-of-Ood.” The wood is not to be 
burned except ss incense. The tree may 
be distlnguUhed from the other redan 
by its drooping or pendulous leading shoot 
and branchlets and by the fact that the 
cones are distinctly rounded at the tip. 

Next In line comes the "Alias" cedar, a 
native of the Atlas Mountains of North- 
west Africa Here the leading shoot Is stiff 
and upright and the cones frequently con- 
cave at the Up About seven particularly 



outstanding specimens of "Atlas'' cedar are 
to be seen at the Intersection of Quadra 
Street and Flnlayson, on the southwest 
corner. 

Third Is the famous 'Cedar of Lebanon,” 
lU name IndlcaUng tU original habitat. It 
dlflers from the "Atlas ‘ species mainly by 
havng considerably larger cones and 
ellghUy longer leaves and. In many coses. 
It displays an almost horizontal habit of 
growth os compared with the ascending 
habit in "AUas” and the drooping habit In 
the "Deodar " 

DIFFERENT VARIVTIEK 

Quite a number of volumes devoted to 
tree description mention only three 
"cedars.” together wuh the different vari- 
eties produced^by the Ureless and confus- 
ing efforts of nurserymen. But there is a 
fourth, “Cedrus hrevlfoUa.” the "Virgin’s 
Pine” of the Island of Cyprus ThU 
species has. again, shorter Teavss and 
shorter cones than the others. It would 
be interesting to know whether a specimen 
of the Virgin’s Pine” U to be found any- 
where In Victoria, although it u to be 
feared that this U highly unlikely. 

While the • Deodar” U known in Its 
naUve land os the 'Tree-of-Ood” and the 
"Cedar of Lebanon" U all bound up tn Bible 
hUtory and early Egyptian religious ritual, 
the "Virgin's Pine” U also connected with 
a Faith. thU Ume the Christian. At one 
Ume both the "Cedar of Lebanon” and 
the "Cedar of Cyprus” were In great de- 
mand for shipbuilding material but, with 
the passing of this demand, the latter was 
almost forgotten unlU rediscovered in the 



year 1878. The ancient legend concerning 
the tree was likewise rediseovared and this 
*e quote as told In the pamphlet. ‘The 
Cedars of Cyprus " 

‘There U a local legend concecning 
the cMars of Cyprus. It U sold that 
In ancient times when the Virgin Mary 
Church of Kykko Monas- 
tery Mn Cyprusi the pines knelt in 
reverence to mark thU visitation. 
Those pines which so knelt In rever- 
ence were thereupon rewarded by their 
form being changed to that of the 
beautiful cedar trees which persut to 
thU day in that vielnlty " 

HAVE LONG LIVES 

The true cedars attain ronalderabie 
heights ar^ considerable ages Likewise, 
in well-drained sotu which suit their par- 
Ucnlor taste, they ran develop a spread 



probably in excess of that produced by tha 
famous "spreading chestnut tree” and 
shade not only the "village smithy” but 
the pub os well. 

It might be possible In the Summer to 
confuse the cedars with the naUve Cana- 
dian larches or umsrocks. The foliage is 
somewhat the some though the cones are 
different in shape and emoiler In else In 
Winter, of course, the tamaracks are bare 
while the csdare retain their leaves 

Victoria displays a vary respectable 
number of different exotic trees, many of 
which are InteresUng for the stories at- 
tached to them or the relaUons thay left 
at home The "Deodari" ond other cedars 
stand high In the listing of Interesting 
species so that the Tree With a Hundred 
Arms " has. perhaps, more claim to disUoc- 
Uon than might at first be thought. 



Teacher, Pupil Play Hookey 



T OKIO (UP>. - Japanose school chil- 
dren who play hookey have to be 
careful or they will run into their 
teachers at the swimming holes and pool 
halls. 

The sttuatlon Is deplorable, according 
to Ministry of Education officials, who 
made a private check on achools and 
efound 40 per cent of the teachers absent. 

In ana prtfacuire; SO per cent of the 
prlmlpals were playing hookey the day 
the officials dropped In uncxpeciedl) 

It's probably embarroaslng for all con- 



cerned when the teachers and pupils meet 
on the street during school hours. Of 
course, there always is the poaolbUity that 
Uiey got tocether In advance and decided 
to go to a ball game 

High education officials give the teach- 
ers an ”ouU* by suggesting that some of 
the lostructora might have to skip school 
a few days each month and work at other 
Jobs to msks a living 

However, it U admitted that even school 
teachers probably don't like being Indoors 
when the gnus Is green and the water tn 
the vUla«e pond Is warm. 









THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, JULY II. IW? 



Former Queens 



By RENNY ENGLEBERT 



E ighty mlln up ittt mainland coait 
from Vancouver a w^athvr-beaUn 
hulk, serving as part of a bcaak- 
water, holds back the Udes reaching in 
from the Pacific and gives the town of 
Powell River a link with the old saUlng 
ship days. 



was one of the largest sailing vessels in the .. . 

world. She was built In 1892 at Glasgow, ^ 

Wh a grc*M tonnage of 1.875 tons and 

measured 829 feet in length. Her first ' 

owners were the German Ooverpment. - — 

During the first World War she was con- 

flsrated by the Untied States Government. r 

Acquired by a Victoria barge and tow> 
boat company ahe was converted to a > 

lowly barge and fulfilled many hazardous 

trips down the coast In June. 1945. she _ ^ 

was swept by fire at Port AlbernI with a 

lot of pulp chips She became a total loss. I 

a sad rlit%x to a career of adventure and ' * 

during when she used to beat around the • fG 

Horn In the teeth pf a westerly or lie, Hfr 

hove to. under a rag of canvas. ' | \ 

go.m: prom thk skas . \ \\ 

Sailing ships are now a thing of - f \ 1 I 

past. They live only in faded newspapers I * •¥ 

and In tiie yellow pages of old log books. 

The ''Dunsyre.*' a three-masted swlllng 
vessel Whose picture appears on this page, 
claims two world-record runs. The first 
was from Liverpool to New York In 1906. 

The second was In 1920 from San Prahcisco 
to Auckland, New Zealand, which was 

arcompUahed in 19 days. ^ . 

Another episode that added fame to this 
ship was her capture by the Germans dur- 
Ing World War 1 She was loaded with ^ 

grain and copra for Stockholm but was . 
unsuccessful In eluding the Germans and ' 
was taken Into the port of Swlncmunde. ^ 

The cargo was eon fiscated and her eapuin 
Interned. 

The "Dunsyre** was bum in Glasgow in Aualrtlla in 

1891 and sold In 1910 to a San Francisco trade, 

•hipping firm. Her gross tonnage was 2.140 

Ions and she measured 277 feel. Her fmaJ Zemindar’ In 1885 f 

run was In 1821 and after lying for some t at Belfi 

time In San Francisco Bay ahe was pur- gross tonnagi 

chased by the same company In Victoria measured 292 feel ii 

who bought the ■Somali ” or ’ Island Car- sailing ships were 

her " vejisels for the Calcutta 

Sh. ■ died- m Nowmbdr, 1»3S. with h« ’ »“> “Kl 1" 

boou „rYlng «mn,en:. u. the l«l, 

Converted M » ho* fuel barge «he waa ^ ‘.,7 
caught tn a bad atom, and pounded to T 

bit. on the roeka near the entrance to 

amount for her to be re-n 

IN CHINA TLA TRAOL named the “Star of Holla 

The Clipper ship era began tn 1843 as a '^'•s bought by the Aia.sk 
result of the growing demand for more re-chrlstened ’Homeware 
rapid delivery of lea from China Its first ing the first World War 
phase continued up Vo the time of the Germans in several spec' 
California Gold Rush In 1849 and was sue- 1916. at an average dali 
•ceded by a class of ve<uei known as a miles, she covered the Joe 
medium clipper These ships were designed traJla to South America I 
to r«rry more cargo and be handled by following year she made 
fewer men San Francisco to Manila 1 

Fifty-eight years ago Lloyds Register <11 LEV TO COM 

showed that sailing vessels accounted for There is something supi 
approximately 40 per cent of the world’s dismanUlng a fuIl-rigged 
shipping tonnage and 60 per cent of the to convert her as In the c 
number of exisltlng ships. With the gradu- of Holland," mto a hog fu 
al development of steam power the Alaska the final word In Ignomln 
Fisheries, working out of San Francisco. Her canvas may be lackl 
became the last to use sailing vessels, bers are strong as she co 
When all other avenues of employment form useful work travc 
had been closed to them, the survivors of Coast of Vancouver Islam 
the great Horn fleet eked out their last San Francisco was at 
days In the ftshlng neet, A few. such as the tlngulshed as being the h^ 
''Star of Holland" made an occasional largest sailing fleet in t 



Templet 



St»r of HoUsnd 



Dunsyre 



Pusko— Now the Drumwsll 



This Three-Way Interpreter 
Does Lightning Translation 



By M.4I.TLR LCXIAN 
1 United Press Staff Correspondent! 

L ake success, n y «uP'. or. Ju- 
lUi« KatZ'Suchy, Polish representa- 
tive U) the United Nations, probably 
doesn't know this 

One of the United Nations Interpreters 
can read his mind In PoUsli. Ilsteti to him 
speak in English and translate his words 
into French simultaneously. 

The Interpreter U Mark Prlceman. 34. 
deputy head of the United Nations inter- 
pretation division. He is equally at home 
In English, RussUin or French, and fluent 
In several other languages which are not 
among the five official ones of the United 
Nations. 

HOW IT’S DONE 

Other Interpreters listen to Katz-Suchy 
who invariably .<ipeak8 in English, and 
translate his remarks Into French, Span- 
ish. Chlne.se and Ru.sslan But for this 
particular Job. Prlceman. who was born tn 
Blaly.itok In Russian Poland, is by far the 
best quallfled. 

Katz-Surhy. it seems, plans his speeches 
In Polish and tranaiales them Into English 
as he gors along. Prlceman has followed 
his speeches for months and has reached 



English. Prlceman neatly re.stires the 
original Polish meaning and turns it 
neatly into French with the original 
meaning Intact 

Inlerpretatlan Is divided Into two kinds 
--eimultan^ous, in which the Interpreter 
follows only a few phrases behind the 
s|>eHker. and consecutive 

A consecutive Interpreter can listen to 
a long, rambling speech on a dimciili sub- 
ject, scribble down such things- as prf)j>er 
names and numbers, and repeat the entire 
speech a moment later In any one of half 
a dozen languages 

Consecutive Interpreting is preferred for 
Important speeches because the inter- 
preter Is careful to get the exact shade of 
meaning A simultaneous interpreter K'K*s 
I nto a ’sort of a trance" and translates 
so rapidly that some of the nuance may 
be lost 

Prlceman and his staff spend most of 
their time at Lake Succe.sa. but they get 
outside calls, too. A Nas.<iau County court 
called up recently and a.vked for an Inter- 
preter to come over and help out with a. 
trial "In which a lot of foreigners are 
Involved.” 



Somali-— Later Island Carrier 



as late as between the years 1924 and 1929. 
52 vessels, their sailing days over, were laid 
up In the ports of San Francisco. Portland 
and Seattle. 

Many were built on the Pacific Coast, as 
for instance, the ’’DrumwaU.’ a wooden 
vessel, originally known as the ' Puako." 
which was built in 1902 at Oakland, Cali- 
fornia. 

She. together with the "Lord Temple- 



town." bulk In Belfast, are now hog fuel 
barges and are at present at Esquimau 
waiting further Instructions from their 
owners. 

Their beauty gohe. they live only for 
their usefulness and their present role 
will be a short one. But, viewed through 
the haze of accumulated years, they will 
always find a welcome In the hearts of 
those who know and love the sea 



On the Records 

Baviawi of th« newest recordings of 
In •onrert, solo and tnstrumental. 

* By DELOl SMITH — _ 

NBW YORK tUPi. — Puffing, sweating, 
elbowing. RCA Wetor and Columbia have 
arrived at the record counters all but 
s*mulUneously with their rival recordings 
of Brahms’ ‘ A German Requiem ” Uiu- 
aJly competition among the record mak- 
ers is less clamorous. 

Bo It la a rare spectacle and. kn the re- 
viewer. a distressing one. He has to listen 
to both performances. O B Shaw once 
remarked that listening to Brahms’ Re- 
qulem was a sacriftce which should not be 
required of anyone more than once. 

Which Is a gross exaggeration, to be 
•ure. because It contains many moments 
of overwhelming beauty and ennobling 
truth, although Its generated sense of te- 
dium. from Its unflagging preoccupation 
with eonlrapunui device, hardly la to be 
denied. Nevertheless, it Is a rewarding 
work for all persons with patience and 
leisure, and these first recordings of U In 
its entirety are welcome additions to the 
record library. 

THE PERFORMANC’ES 

The RCA Victor performance Is by the 
RCA Victor Choral and Symphony under 
Robert Shaw, with Eleanor Steber. so- 
prano. and James Pease, bass, as soloists. 

U Is on nine 12-Inch records in one album, 
priced at 812 25 for shellac and 819 for 
pissllc. 'The Columbia perform&ncs is by 
<he chorus of the Vienna Friends of Mwde 
and the Vienna Philharmonic conducted 
by the brilliant young Austrian. Herbert 
von Karajan, with Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, 
soprano, and Hans Hotter, baritone, as 
soloists. It is on ten 12-lnch records di- 
v»ded Into two albums, which are boxed, 
and It coats 115 50 for shellac. 

Both are of high quality and choosing 
between them Is not easy. The reviewer 
preferred the Columbia performance on 
the grounds of Its higher content of an 
Indefinable substance which only can be raw material 
•wiled tnxpIraUon. Chorus and orchestra thsn turned a 
mndtr Karajan aeem lo tranacend not a girl Into i 
only themselves but the score. Their dy- rhine. which h 



By 

CORDAY MacKAY 



first powerplant consisted of a llO-hofse- be collected, car 
power steam engine and two Thompson- every 15 minutes 
Houston generaiors The first street car JH- . 

trip was made on February 20. 1890. and * 
at that time ab^mt four miles of line had V 

been completed ai>d four trams had been ^ 

delivered Among <he passengers on this Jf* ** -- 

Initial run, which was made from the car- ^ 

ban> to the Janies Bay district, were 
Mayor Grant and D W Higgins, president ^ *1:*’ 
of the National Electric Company , b) 

street railway. H 

AC ROSA the: bridge the other officers 

In order to reach the James Bay dls- their guests thro 
trlct the line was, of course, carried across looms, etc., and' 
the trestles of the James Bay Bridge and respects, myiter 
many doubts were expressed as to the system 
ability of the old structure to carry this * Champagne ws 
unusual weight. Reports say that Mr« present drank to 
Oram and Mr. Higgins sUxxf on the *o auspiciously In 
bridge near Its centre, while the first car “Then Mr Ed 
crossed over and declared that the vlhra- LllJooal, suggested 
tion was "not as perceptible as that caused he in order to sin, 
by a heavily-loaded wagon *' A news- and the auggealloi 
paper report of the day remarked that ter. was carried oi 
extra speed was put on and the car for LlJlooel leadln 
whizzed along at a great rale* no jar or At about 2 o'clo 
rocking being noticeable.” 4 (all they owner 

On February 22. two days later, the for- bridge and all the 
mal opening of the tramway took place 
and Lieutenant-Governor Nelson turned 
the handle which started the Motor of the 
first car All the other three— the whole 
followed in line, all crowded with 
special passengers. Regular service started 
on February 23 

.MII.ER or TRACKS 
Before the end of 1881 about 11 miles 
of track wiere completed and 11 street cars 
were in operation The Victoria eleclne 
tramway was the third of iU kind in Can- 
ada. Its only predeceeenrs being the street 
A rare piece among them, a railways In Windsor and Bt Catherines tn 
ilton with an Arable Inscrip- Ontario The fourth tramway In the Do- 
ll 8500! tnlnlon was that Ln Vancouver. 

I button king Is Mr Samuel A newspaper account of the formal 
90X of only a few thousand openinjr of the Victoria line, February ^ 

>een valued at 8500.000. None g^ee an interesting glimpse Into the 

Iwo centirrles old. and there *P>rtt of those daya 
tom from the clothes Of “The street cars ran smoothly and sails - 
fsmfrus man In history. factorlly’’ the account rvada. ' ovw the 

•eienu managed without hot- entire line yesterday, up Fori Street al- 

dle If an Inventor had not moat to the Jubilee Hospital, on E)ouglas 
rw to gam cheap button ma- Btreet to the Fountain, and on the Jamee 

Ing the hoofs of cattle only Bsy foole to the outer wharf . After 

o buitcsu might still be ex the opening tnp ordinary paMenger traf- 

fle will be accepted and I oenl fare wtu 



prommenl Victoria citizens -James Doug- 
IMS Warren. Thomas Shotboll, David W 
Higgins. Andrew Gray and Joseph Hunter 
- which authorized the laMer to con- 
slnict a street-railway within the city 
limits, as well ax to supply electric power 
for lighting and other purposes. Con- 
xirucUon of the railway was lo commence 
by October 1. 1889, and the cars were to 
be running by July 1, 1880. Incidentally, 
it WM provided that the speed of the' cars 
should never exceed ten miles an hour!" 

COMPANY ORGANIZED 

This agreement was'conflrmed by a civic 
by-law in December and shortly after- 
wards the promoters of ths tramway or- 
ganized the National Electric Tramway 
& Lighting Company. Umtied, and ll was 
ihux Incorporated by an act of the Legisla- 
ture on April 8, 1889 The company ‘de- 
clared its purpose was to eonslruct and 
operate a tramway to such points as Cad- 
boro Bay. Esquimau and Cralgflowcr ThU 
latter became known later as the Gorge 
line. Ambitions at the time also Included 
lines to Metchosln. Sooke. Beechy Bay and 
Gnldstream. but these were never rewlUed. 

A earbaim and powerhou.se were built 
at the comer of Corutance and 8(/>rs 
Streets by the Arm. Lyne M Milne The 



Leguiature, members of the Bench of 
British Columbia, and representAUvss of 
the profeaslonai and buslneasmen of ths 
city 

His Honor mwde the ususl speech of 
such occssions, the switch was thrown 
end the first trip began Along the line 
clUsens stood to wave and welcome the 
new modem service Wreaths and flags 
•nd banners decorated all the cars. At 
night the cats. brilllanUy Ulumlnated, 
made extra trips, and as the report In the 
paper says "the eara filled with passengers 
dashed through the streets tn busy, metro, 
polltan style, the admiration of all lovers 
of enterprise, convenience and progress ” 

The real esUU agencies of the day were 
not Idle as ads In the nrwspapr issues 
testify One large ad was carried In on# 
paper U> the effect that B M Johnson, 
real esute agent for East Victoria, had 
properly for sale fronUng the Royal Jubi- 
lee Hospiui • eight mlnaiss' ride by elec- 
tric car from toe post ofnee 78 chotc# 
building Rtes for sale an sw« isrma” 



When There’s a 



Button Boom It’s Speed 



Vet romance, as well as rough treat- 
ment, underlies the new button boom 
Every button tells a story, and mahy are 
eagerly sought after by collectors. 

Cloth-covered Waterloo buttons are 
precious rarities, and so are certain gilt 
general's buttona” 

At a button fair receoty held In Chicago 
the first cloth-covered button, dated from 
1807. attracted a crowd, and there were 
buttons of porcelain. Ivory, glaax, rice, and 
even dried blood and potatoes Among 
the treasures on show was a button of dia- 
monds and enamel, one ni several which 
Louis XVI. with ancomroon presence of 
mind, tore from his walstcnat while on hU 
way to the guillotine and handed to a 
friend for a keepsake Another gnlllotloe 
button was .Inset in the ring of a OL 
last year, and an sqwai rarity, re- 




I 



Tin; DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C.. SUNDAY. JULY II. ITMS 



Navigators in a New Land 



1% \\ i \NNI 



SorTMT Imprrttsjoni of T>vo Murh-Tra\rlrf| 
BHlons Who (jinir Uvrr for ■ <;iim|n,r of 
f^nacia — They Endrrf I'hrir Ooiiilnion Tour 
U iih a Trip Lp ihr 4 ioaal 

By VERA NATION and ANNE MENDOZA 



nr 





f r you w*nl lo Uie r««l tveryday Ufa 
of thf firtiuh Columbia Coaat you 



aJower sieameri that deliver and eolltcl 
fralKht from the eaiinertea and logflng 
campa altuat^ In quiet little covta and 
Iniru. 

Fearing that our tradlUonal British re- 
eerve would not eland up to cloee contact 
with the huaky lumberjacka and Indian 
cannery workeri, some well-meaning au- 
thority euRg^Med the more conventional. 
luxurkMiA and expenalve crulae to Alaeka. 
but our inMmate friends, knowing our 
••Inaaliable curloalty" for anything dif- 
ferent” amid “No!“ You don't want a 
luxury liner raring along at high apeed, 
full of wealthy touriela, dancing their un- 
seeing way past everything of real Inter- 
est- you try the regular weekly trip. So 
wf took their advice, and how glad we 
were 

MfN WHO KNOW NATl’KE 

Meeting the men who know Nature, not 
only In her picturesque and smlUng 
moods, but often a« an enemy to be grap- 
pled with, was In Itself an experience 
Even now. Ufe In the more obscure lumber 
ramps and canneries can be hard and 
lonely In a small ship, one comes Into 
eontact with managers and men alike and 
with an InteresUng diversity of opinion 
and outlook. The merry doctor from 
Prince Rupert, the university lads spend- 



ing their vacaUon clearing the sslmuti 
runs, the quiet but Inr-ruM UtUr M.nse 



after training In the Last, the fur trapper 
whose burly frame was Invested with all 
the romance of story books of early youth 
Iheae were but a few of our fellow pas- 
sengers. There were four “round-trlpperi*’ 
besides ourselves — three from San Fran- 
cisco and a buslnesaman who even after 
30 yeara' suy in Canada might from his 
accent- have arrived from Lancashire the 
day before A mixed bag! but for six days 
•11 the passengers had at least one thing 
In common — their apprerlauon of the 
abundant and truly luxurious meals pre- 
pared so lavlahly by the excellent Chlneee 
cook To two English women, five meals 
e day can be a positive embarrassment. 

WEATHER AND 81TH 
As for the weather - we had been 
warned of perpetual rain and fog -but In 
actual fact, only Prince Rupert fulfllled 
thla gUiomy prophecy Oolashes and rain- 
coats lay neglected in our cabin, while 
their ownera played deck games, or basked 
In the sun as the ship edged her way Into 
the tranquil creeks and Inlets The scenery 
of this Coast Is indeed magnlflcent and 
can give points to both Norway and Bwlta- 
erland — the countries It most resembles 
The thickly massed fir trees rising steeply 
from their reflections In the placid waters 
are dark against the snow-capped moun- 






At Ocssn Pslls 




tains Here and there are patches of light 
green — new trees to offset the bare 
patches— Inevitable scan of the requlre- 
menU of civilisation Always close to the 
land, we made our way through calm sky- 
blue waters, test any should be bored 
with this gentle mAtlon and feel them- 
selves cheated of the experiences usually 
aasoclated with the sea. Queen Charlotte 
Sound with Its Pacific rollers provides a 
little variety and mirth as the passengers 
stagger about the deck or retire to their 
cabins This tossing, however, lasts only 
a few hours and can easily be fitted in 
between meals. 

ON INDU.S Rfr.HyKVf;;g 
T?:* arrival • ; : ^ 

little community hugging the water's edge, 
with lu life centred in the general store, 
creates a stir of excitement. The tiny 
wharf Is crowded and for several ralnutts 
there la Intensive activity as passengers 
go ashore; the Indians come aboard and 
the freight le rapidly unloaded. Our cargo 
is unusually heavy and sorry as we are for 
the cause— the tragic flood alluatlon— we 
are glad of the extra opportunity to spend 
more time at these remote places and walk 
through the Indian reserves Meanwhile, 
the natives - now sitting !r\ the ship’s 
lounge drinking "cokes" and reading the 
funnies ’ — are enjoying to the full the 
weekly contact with the outside world. Do 
they And these blessings of clvlllaatlon 
sufficient compensation for the loss of 
their primitive way of life? What goes on 
behind those strange Immobile faces and 
those wide unblinking eyes? Do they find 



two English school marms as Interesting 
as we find them? .TTiere la great variety 
'In the vLlagea - Bella Bella is perhaps a 
model with Its ‘ tidy’* houses and excellent 
hospital Others are unkempt and dreary 
—In spite of such surprising embellish- 
menu of an early Victorian type mon- 
stroeltles of crochet window drapes read- 
ing "Home, Bweet Home, " At Bella-Coola 
we were fortunate enough to pile on to a 
trpek. with several others, and drlv# a few 
miles through the valley. Ws were thrilled 
with thU flourishing little village origin- 
ally settled by Norwegians. 

ALERT BAY TOTE.M8 
It was at Alert Ray that we saw the blg- 
Indian community The graveyard 
with lu totems was of particular Interest, 
and as we returned to the ship we were 
lucky enough lo look In on a merry Indian 
party given In aid of flood relief. From 
the look of the plate it would appear that 
their generosity was considerable 
In complete contrast to this was the 
■’company town" of Ocean Falla, where 
the roaring pulp mlHi. fad by Moqnt Baldy 
and an abnormal rainfall (happily sus- 
pended for our visit) is the focus of the 
community. Small as It is. Ocean Falls Is 
a model town, a new project surted from 
KraUih by the paper company and now 
having every amenity. lu modem hoUl 
'occupied mainly by resldenU) la one of 
the finest on the Coast, and cornea as a 
great surprise in such a remote spot. 
Masses of flowers and shining tabls ap- 
polntmenU were ready for a banquet In 
the extensive dining-room An up-to-dau 




The Cannery et Oooec Bey 



cafeteria oompleue the Illusion of being 
In a large city We were fortunate to be 
shown around by the L’niied Church mln- 
Isler, who had friends everywhere. He 
whl.>ked us in and out of the two schools 
(Where we were pleased to And the stu- 
denu collecting for the European chil- 
drens relief fundi, on to the church where 
boys wsrs pracUclng ths anthem, through 
the multiple store to the residential quar- 
ter with lu gaily colored houses, luam 
heated, and therefore, chlmneylesa. From 
the ship these had s*‘emed like cardboard 
models painted In pastel colors against 
ths dark background of age old trees. We 
even managed a fleeting visit to the mill 
lUelf. 

The lavialmras of all wood produeU 
on tha Pacific Northwest Coast makes 
ua gasp, and it was most Interesting to see 
it In all lu staRes of manufacture Paper 
as well as food is severely rationed In Eng- 
land. our (Sunday paper now consUu of 
four sheets. The hundred pages of one 



weekly Beattie ’Hmee would supply our 
Sunday Times with enough paper for half 
a year Tha alaboraie machinery here 
intrigued us very much, as it had done in 
the caniicrlea and freesing pianu tour 
brief excursion into the refrigerator Itaolf 
made us glad to follow the next load out). 



How Summer Came to the Yukon- 



On (ht Whirl it Belli CooU 



By A. C. HINTON 



It’s Millions to One Against 



F our women were playing bridge In 
Cape Province the other day when 
each player found that a complete 
suit had been dealt to her hand The 
odds against this happening, mathemat.1- 
clajis reckon, were •635.013.559.fl00 to 1- 
bul the chance came off! 

One of fate’s tricks .saved a life recently 
when a tei: pilot tumbled Out of a plans 
—and lumbltd back again Mrs. Myrtle 
Marler, too. had a taste of the bizarre 
streak In life when looking up a friend 
in the telephone directory ahe happened 
tf* drop 11 . On the open page of the di- 
rectory. as It fell, was the name of a sis- 
ter whom Mrs Marler had not seen lor 
19 years 

Truth la always stranger than ficUon 
John Modden. a Cumberland miner, was 
enjojdng himself in a London park 300 
miles from hts home when he noticed a 
racing pigeon in dlfflculUea. A fancier 
himself, he went to the reacue. and found 
that the bird was one from his own loft 
which had been lost for Aeveral daysl 



Not long ago a man named Peter Day 
lumbled off a lOO-font cliff and Injured 
hU bark In s town miles away his 
brother. Henry Day. «as found In the 
street suffering from head Injuries and 
concuaslon received when he stumbled 
and fell from a curb 

A BrlUsh pohUcian was addressing an 
audience of 199 In a haJI Aealing 300 The 
lack of the odd man saved a life a heavy 
globe weighing 12 pounda crashed from a 
ccUlng lighU-bnnging death to anyone 
beneath lU^nd (ell in the one VMani 

Coincidence? Mr Peter PerauU had 
^ree motorcar accldenu within a year 
The first imaah-up occurred in North 

and 

the third accident. In West Street but 
to lengthen the oddt. all three atreeu 
Nero in different towns 
•Tveonly s chance in a million' ’ people 
J‘ay. Tlie .strange truth la that H9.000.000 
people In North America find that chance 
in a million comes off at leiut un tlmen 
a day 



I T happened to many centurloa ago that 
even the oldest Indian had forgotten 
the time when Winter held the Yukon 
In Us icy grasp for the whole 12 months 
in the year U waa a Ume when the whole 
countryside was covered with glacier# over 
which the deep anow prevented anyone 
from leaving camp There were no fir or 
spruce trees, nor any wild flowers to be 
teen, nor were there any lakes, creeks or 
rlvert It was a land of everlasting Winter 
of perpetual cold. •’ 

One day, ...me Indtans. more venture- 
some (hat moat, decided, as they were very 
hungry, to leave ' amp and hunt for food 
They ^med thems»'lves with 1%..^; and 
arrows On their way through the deep 
snow, and not very far from camp, they 
met a hug.- gnaaly b<ar He wu by far 
ths largcat animal any of the Indians had 
ever seen, but the chief, who was a very 
old man. told the others that this was a 
Kodiak bear. 

The Indians stared in bewilderment at 
(he grinly when they heard this for h 
Kodiak Is over H feet high and weighs 
over a ton The old Chief then saw that 
the bear waa carrying a beg over his shoul- 
der, and as the Indians look upon all bears 
w their km. instead of shooting him they 
forgot their hunger ip their desire to uik 



Women Do the Proposing in Berlin 



By JUDY BARDEN 



B erlin a surplu** of women, d 
shortage of housing and red tape 
are some of the Irritations that keep 
German girls In the pu of despair A 
Berlin cabaret show puU the snuatiun in 
a nutshell 

In this, boy meeu girl, but they are 
Urad and hungry becauoa they have uaM 
up Lhflr food cards Bo they sit on a pile 
of ruUii. the benches have long been taken 
•way for fuel They talk about food 
When tiiey gel up lo leave they are sun 
talking about IuckI He kisses her g.Kid- 
bye Both their arms hang limply at 
their aides, with resigned imilss thsy 
both oonfesa that love U too exhauating 
and that their kisses must wait till they 
receive their new ration cards. 

The picture ie only slightly exagger 
aied The German woman la having a 
lough Ume In the field of romance There 
are IMOOO Berlin females who cannot 
marry and this Is shouted from the head- 
lines of every women's magarlne The 
Berlin satlstical board announces that 
there sr* five women to every three men 
The men say that thla. therefore. U the 
M -girl meetji boy“ Women do the 
woposing Women have the homes and 
•Oflien offer to work 

THE GIRLS WHO HOPR 
B»t there are eUlt (houaanda of toen- 



«fe girU who hope i„ 
ihey wander off i« the local dance haJU 
hoping to ^nd a partner They finish 
lhflr evenings dancing with each othar 
There just aren’t enough men. Age or 
beauty are no longer taken mto considor- 
•Uon, A widow with a roof over her head 
•nd a few kitchen ulenslle attracts as 
much attention hare as Rita Haywortn 
does In the United States 

If an average man decides to marry, 
he probably begins by <»fferliig tr- push 
the cart load of firewood a woman ha^ 
collected In the forest When he viaiu 
her he takes a piees of coal wrapp^l In 
tlasue paper Instead of a bunch of flow- 
era I. he offers her a bite from hU black 
bread sandwieh she Is honored But he 
dare not promise to carry her througl. 
life or ahe may accept him on the spot 
because her shoes are letting in the raUi 
•wid she doesn t poseeas the ten cigarettes 
required to have them repaired 

FEW MKiniNO PLACE* 

Meeting places are dlfflculL fUsUur- 
anu are crowded and neither the man 
nor the woman U likely to have a private 
room They live with parents brothers 
and ns(ers In a combined living-room, 
kitchen -bedroom One jmng man Who 
went to aak a gtrl'a father for har hand 



in marriage, wa^ i#d straight lo the bath- 
room The father cxplainsd that thu 
i^as the only room where they could tala 
undisturbed 

POOR <>HANDM\’H TEETH 
Thii marriage waji celebrated, but 
irrandms had to give up some gnid teeth 
(or the wedding ring Then the couple 
found a ruin and. sacrificing their i...bacco 
ration, purchased cement and bricks on 
the black market and waded w to repair 
a wail and build a roof. Now she can buy 
cream beaters, aiiik Jugs, ash irmyt and 
Mei-v.en china, but ahe cannot buy a sim- 
ple cooking pot, which Is what she needs 
Furniiunr is rationed, and eoupuni are 
ivsued only to those most In need Newly- 
married couples don't come under this 
heading, though This young couple found 
that carpenters wo-iid w..rk If they could 
supply the wood Finally. In desperation, 
the piano was tom to pieces to make a 
wardrobe The cariienter aald pianos are 
mostly used lo make coffins The couple 
said they needed the wardrobes first. 

For the wedding Itself. haU. dresaea. 
*hoes and sulU were hired and the wed 
ding breakfast was replaced by a recep- 
Uon boratue of lark of food 

Wedding glfta are practical a UUIe 
Hour, a little sugar, acme fat When the 
rpcepUon la over the couple asll the glfla 
on the black market to pay the bUls. 

AUlAscai 



With him. The old Chief asked the Kodiak 
what was In the bag he carried, and the 
bear told him that It waa heat which, if 
released, would bring Summer lo the 
Yukon. The old Chief reminded the bear 
of their relationship and tried lo coax him 
to open the bag The bear refused The 
old Chief say that it would be uaeless to 

•fgue w’lth the Kodiak for bears get hun- 

Rry too, at times, so he got his braves to 
return to camp 

PRIZf VtOKTH II.^VING 
Back In camp the squaws listened to 
iheir men planning how to get the Kodiak 
bear to open the bag of heat The old 
Chief told his tribe that here was a prise 
woTUi having, and that the bMt way to get 
th# bag from the bear waa to give him 
plenty of food, and when the bear went to 
sleep after his meal, they would steal the 
bag and oi>en u. There was a great dlacus- 
Sion over this for there was lUUe food In 
the camp. All the tribe looked at each 
other, and Uien centred their eyes upon a 
young and beauUful maiden named Indian 
Summer, who was not only charming, but 
very slim and tender In feeling 

The old Chief at last docided to Invite 
the Kodiak bear to eat with them what 
they had. and If the bear couldn’t be satis- 
fied with the little they offered him. then 
Indian Bummiff would have to aarrlflre 
herself for the bag of heat 

A greai feast was prepared Every part 
•'f what was left of the caribou and moose 
mea:,-. on hand was cooked and Indian 
Summer prepared herself to be raten If 
'he occasion arose 

When all was ready one of the braves 
*#nt In search of the bear and found him 
digging under the deep anow for some 
lichen moss The brave Invited the bear 
to attend the feast and the Kodiak readily 
assan'ed for he was very, very hungry as 
well as greedy and could appreciate a 
good meal 

When the bear arrived at camp tha old 
t hlef noticed, to his great disappointment 
that the bear was not carrying the bag of 
with him Indian ^iquette would 
not allow the Indiana to ull the t>aar to 
go back and fetch the bag, nor would th#y 
alter ihelr decision to offer Indian Bum- 



mer to the bear If hla appetite was not 
aatUfied Fortunately the bear fell asleep 
after eating the warm food, and Indian 
Summer felt after all that she might not 
be eaten 

PLOT AGAINST KODIAK 
The old Chief called four of his bravest 
young men to his side, and instructed 
Uiem that as soon as the Kodiak awak- 
ened to follow him home to hts cave and 
try and get the bag. * 

The bear wa& not asleep very long When 
he awoke he looked around him In a sort 
of stupid way at first for U was past den- 
up lime, and he did not relish going home 
through the cold It waa the thought of 
the bag which finally persuaded the Ko- 
diak to stir himself, and bidding hla host 
farewell left for hU den without one 
glance at Indian Bummer 

The four braves trailed Jhe bear through 
the deep snow until they came to a large 
cave down In a canyon, away from the 
cold north wind 

As cautiously as possible the four braves 
peered into the cave and saw the Kodiak 
lying on the floor of the rave with the bag 
of heat close to him fltajiding guard over 
the Kodiak were two other bears almost 
as large u the one lying down 
The brave,^ had been selected for their 
courage and their skill with bow ana 
arrows, .Without heslUHon they entered 
the cave and demanded of the Kodiak the 
bag of het( 

The two huge bears sprang at them 
"Hiree of the braves were killed Instantly 
The last one seeing his comrades struck 
down, put an arrow to his bow and shot 
at the bag of heat before he, too, was 
struck down. 

As the heat was released the air In- 
sUntly grew warm The snow began to 
melt and all the rivers and creeks began 
to flow T'he hills and valleys were wkwi 
covered with trees, buahes and wild flow- 
ers Berries grew everywhere Birds came 
In flock" to build their nests In the trees 
■ nd afl the waters were filled with fish i 
Fvfcy year, since ihu Ume, Bummer has 
come to the Yukon, and In commemora- 
tion of the willing saenfles of Uis maiden 
of the tribe, which fortunately was not r 
needed, the latter part of the numth of i 
September has always been called Indian i 
Bummer. 



iidenUal qukr- HPl^ liA 1 

houses. lUam 1 116 MarCll 

iikr erdbowd Ur science 

colors against ^ 

old trees. We ^ =ByTHOMAiR HENRY^ 
m to the mill <a.i.i.« s<„„. suuftc., 

^ . CHICAGO Predigested cow bloud la- 

^asrmakel ^ operaUuiu U pro- 

,r«Un.^ most e,- 

eresllng to see senliai element of diet 

ll'mld In’lnl- ^ thf Amfrlcwi 

m eoniUU ot 

p.«e« 01 on. .u, 1. 

ally. WM derived in part from studies by 

»rmy officers of the results of starvation 

on prisoners in the great Dachau Conren- 
An Intjian Camp in Bavaria who died at 

Lepcnd the time the prison was taken over 

® by American troops 

... • • • • • 

eUte was not , 

?ar fell asleep . ^ possible. Dr Weinstein said, 

and Indian ® complete diet through the 

he might not 1. T «cepUon of fat. which »a 

not ao Important in an emergency period. 

P*‘»^tlse to give pa- 
>f hii bravMt »oluUona intravenously These 

hU cave and !• felUng none of the esaenUal pro- 

, lelns, the building stones of the body 

1 ..ri. *'hleh consUntly are degenerating and 

y long When must be renewed They are ths pans of 
hm In a sort food chiefly characterized by nitrogen. 

i'«olng*home Weinstein said, u almost 

1 Injected raw. however. It 

dr? l!hf Ko- "’■'""‘J' •'■>“'‘1 kill Ihe patient. 

Ki V . ^ns danger is overcome by predigesUng it 

Without one would be digested In the stomach. MeUi- 
ods also have been worked outr-the 
bear through George Washington doctors have experl- 
le to a large menled chiefly on thvmaelves before try- 

sy from the Ing out their methoda with paUents for 

hypodermic proUto feeding by InJecUona 
• four braves under the skin and in the muscles 
the Kodiak • • • • . 

with the bag Following surgery. Dr Weinstein ex- 
C guard over plained, protein malnuLrlUon u almost in- 
►ears almost evlUble First, a sick man's appeUte is 
' . . bound to be bad in some eases, due to 

ed for lhflr ihc anssihellcs and shock of the opera- 
h bow ana Uon. nothing can be held on ths stomach 

inusiinaj op- 

Kodiak the erations. one must go without food until 
there is s fair degree of healing All thu 
g at them lime the body u feeding on lUelf and 
d InstonUy greaUy depleting lu protein stores A 
ades struck hitherto mue recogniied phenomenon, he 
w and shot explained, la that In sirknesa there Is an 
e, too, was Increased demand for proteins 

the air In- all paUenU develop a high degree of pro- 
N began to lain deficiency In conditions like ran- 
■eeks began cer. thla is much worse, and decided an- 

I!*”*" c««'-b)Ood diet has 

wild flow- been tried to data on 4#)o patients Borne 
Birds came have been fed’ as much as a quart In an 
• h*lf wilhoul bad reeulU R..me 
nmirrh. dcctors Working with WemsUin 

-immer has have given themselves even larger d^Miea. 



Germans Lean to National! 



F rankfurt Ocrmajiy. — Frita von 
Unruh. of New York well-known Oar- 
man-born wntar, fears that "the real 
democrauc forces of the German people 
may be too week to overcome oatlonahsm " 

"I fear that thtue who endeavor to as 
tabhah a real democracy in Germany wUJ 
try In vain because of the dangerous re- 
birth of natlonsillst movements he eald 

Unruh said recent developmenls in 
He.w where the newty-fminded National 
Democratic Party charged to be fascist 
by the mllllary goternmant — dbuld vialu 



lo lYationalism 

•ubetaiiUal elerUon gams are duappomt- 
Ing and alarming 

He added that the United SUtos mill- 
Ury governmint alUlude toward the Ger- 
man problem in some rases furthered na- 
tionai.su and mUilarisi/ feeUngs He 
manUonad tha recent ahnouncemeot of 
an American foreign legion and aaid. "thi* 
would become the death blow to all anU- 
mlllUrUt endeavors In Germany ” 

Unruh said that If you aak a German 
whether he would be willing to become a 
soldier again, ha undoubtedly would an- 
ewer yes and not even care what he la sup- 
poeed to be flghUng for - 



After operations. Dr Weinstein said 
(he average patient loses about a pound 
• day for a few days and this probably m- 
terferei aerioualy with rapid recovery The 
clue to the protein feeding, he said, came 
from the early [>aehau reporU. When 
army doctors took over the camp they 
found thouaands Juat on the point of 
death from eUrvaUon Mouth feeding In 
mem case« was uactcas becauae nothing 
could be kep: on the stomach Id some 
ews migar and rtUmln InJecUona were 
sufficient to tide the starvation victim 
c-ver for a few days unUJ he could eat mild 
liquid foods But when the starvation had 
g'jne beyond e certain point thla was uae- 

ieas 

Hie InaUtuto of Faihology was parucu- 
larly intorestod in the phenomenon and 
study of Uasue aamplee left Uttle ttouht u 
to the reason They fouxto tntoeunea. 
longue muscles aJmoM completely de- 
generatod The rest of the body had been 
"eaung ’ them for the protetne they «m- 
toined. and thus eet up a vteloug elrale 





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iUl!. UAU.i CUUJMM. ViLlUhTlA, B.C 



JULY 11, VMS 



An Interior Experimental Station 

By HARRY GREGSON 



Cottage Design Has Finished Basement 



fartbrr north In the Pcaoe River Valley U 
one of the ia«t to be developed farminf 
area* In the North American Conunem. 
He polentiahUes ate beconuns ttnown to 
/armere from California. Bajt Africa. 
SwIUrland. Holland and the Old Country 
and a week eeldom goei by without one 
Of \wo newcomera. 

Ae one Callfurnla farmer expreeeed n. 
Down In CaUfomia we pay tSOO an acre 
fur land. Here we can buy equally good 
land fur t50 to 175 an acre The attrac- 



T O ihoee Uvuig In the Lower Mainland 
who regard Princa Oe<nge and the 
BrttJjh Columbia Interior a« **iub- 
Arctic. ‘ a vUu to the Dominion Bxperl- 
mrntal Htathm near Prince Oworge airport 
le a pleajant revelation. 

The eouthern vuitor there learne to hie 
eurprtee that Uie Interior produce* won- 
derful atrawberrlee. lettuce, eproute and 
cabbage, exceptionally fine daffodlle. 
tullpe and roeee, ten varlellea of narciuue 



of the great railway boom day* of 1012 
when fabulous prices were paid for loU In 
what was thought would be the city area 
To prove the beneficial efTect of earlier 
maturing varieties of vegetables, tht Kx- 
perlmcntal Farm is this year trying out 
Irish Cobbler and oUier potatoes. It ha/i 
already Issued detailed lists of flowers 
shrubs and small tree /rults which have 
proved suitable to the area. 

BEE EXPERIMENlg 



orchid 



tracUd by the station's bee experiments 
which have proved that both honeybees 
and wild bees are efflclent polllnalori of 
aJslke clover, and that when honeybees 
are added to areas deficient In wild bees, 
seed yields are substantlaJIy Increased. 

The station has great hopes of a variety 
of blueberry which has produced berries 
up to an Inch In diameter in the grounds 

In addition to extertsive plantatUma the 
station maintains numerous cattle, sheep 
and chicken One of the prise animals U 
an Ayrshire bull named Edenbank Ring- 
leader, which comes from Old Country 
pedigree stock. 

The area around Prince George and 



prospectors, and the new Han Highway, 
U) be opqped this or next year, from Prince 
George to Dawson Creek, may offer min- 
eral possibilities which they will not 
neglect 

Borne of the farmer* are arriving 
equipped with gelger-counters for radlf»- 
actlve OTM and other prospecting equip- 
ment 

At the Experimental BtaUon. which tew 
fall to visit, they are given valuable guid- 
ance on the crops which can be grown In 
the area, and although the station la k>- 
ealed in what many cosmopolitans would 
regard as an Isolated spot. Dr Hutton has 
his full share of globe-tn>ttlng vlRltom 



The orchid, technically named orchid- 
acla chlbroslm, grows oft dcesylng logs, Is 
pale blue in color and spotted It is very 
similar, only smaller to an orchid which, 
raised in hothouses in the States, sells at 
IIS per plant. 

If glass cultivation is used, there Is no 
limit to the possibilities Fin* tomatoes 
and cucumbers can be grown, and the 
land Is blessed with remarkable freedom 
from Insect plagues. There arc. for In- 
stance, no potato bugs 
The wheat, on Ihe other hand. Is not so 
gfKKl as farther north In the Peace and 
to the west In the Prairies For some 
reason . . the farmers say It Is due to 

pine-lmj>rcgnaied soil. It grades only as 
No I and Is not u.ied. except as a blending 
mixture, for human eonaiimption. 

A FEHSONAL VIEW 
Authority for these statements is Dr F 
V. HulUm. of Prlnr,e Oeorge Dominion 
Experimental Station. 

'My personal view," he said, "U that thU 
area Is the greatest mixed fanning area 
I have ever had the pleasure of living in 
V U possible to riLte pasture and hay here 
as good as anywhere and better than in 
most parts of Canada. The hay yield here 
ran average Ions to the acre, com- 
pared with not quite half a ion to the acre 
on the Prairies. 

"In addition." he declared, "there are so 
maity things the farmers can cash In on 
as sidelines. Bees, for Instance. We had 
100 pounds of honey to the colony last 
year and have had MO pounds to the 
•clony.'* 

Dr. Hutton thinks farmers in the area 
should have homestead lots of BO acres 
Instead of quarter sections "No man can 
comforUbty clear a quarter -section and 
reap the benefits during his lifetime " 

Around the Nerhako and Fraser River 
confluences, the alaike clover grows pro- 
Uflcally. Two yeara ago farmers were get- Buccee# in treatment for the control ol 
Ung 300 pounds of seed to the acre and 30 American foulbrood lies in the destruction 
to 50 cenG, a pound Last year they went o*" complete sterilization of ail infected 
down But Uiere Is a world market for all material. Failure to destroy or sterllUe 

the alsikc seed that can be produced material leaves it a sure source of 

A WIDE MARKET future re InfKtlon. 

In ot .n influx of uttlar. from treatment by .ulta 

Bwltaerland. Holland. United Kingdom, f"**' ",^1'’" 
the Pralrlee and Calllornla. there 1 . not 

enough agriculture within a 50 mile "''“"'f ““‘I”' ■'ee. them.iclve.,. and, 

radluj ut Prince Oeorge, capital of the Jf ,t? • What becomes 

Interior, to keep the city supplied with . 

dairy and regetable produce, much of ot " JvlJT n n"!?' 

which haa to b« brought In over long Dominion 

apiarist, Dominion Department of Agn- 

Dr. Hutton la a farmer of experience and 

b. fore he came to the Ixpertmenutl Farm k toutbrood .pores and 

iwo year, ago, he lived for many year. In 

South Manitoba and North .Saakatchewan *" 

Main need ot the are. h. ,t.,o». ..rii.r »*a dead These colonies 



Spraying Tomato Blossoms 
With Hormone Preparation 



snS ma fe«r "Wnm* SuU4in« la r»aa«* 



Hints for the 
Amateur 



S PRAYINO tomsto blossoms with pismt 
hormone preparations is being more 
ger.erally used by growers. Improved 
fruit set. gresur total yield, earlier ripen- 
ing and sccdleu frulu have all been re- 
ported The results vary, depending upon 
the cUmatlc conditions prevailing during 
the growing eeaeon Ih'-reased Irult set 
and Increased yield frequently follow the 
use of these preparations when night tem- 
peratures or other weather conditions are 
unffivorabl* for poillnatlon. Bariler tip- 
enlng larger fruits tod eeedteeenees may 
be Induced under all eondlUoa* of eilmale. 



Oriental poppies often become a prob- 
lem In the garden, for they must be al- 
lowed to die back before you cut Uiem 
down. It la often wrU to put a slake be- 
side them, for if you rut them beck before 
the new growth sUrl«. they are hard to 
find. 



Ora-^ roots stop growing when the Vem- 
peratute reaehea deg. If you water 
your lawn during extremely hot weather 
the top grows even though the roou are 
dormant. This does more harm than good 
to the grass plents. 



•9 • M O' 



Sulfa Treatment 
For Foulbrood 



U pays to save your own flower seeda 
from pianLi whose seeds lose their vilaUly 
rather quickly. This is partclulariy true 
of hardy primrose and delphinium 

During hot. dry days spray evergreens 
with a high-pressure stream of water from 
the garden hose to wash off red mites. 
Bpray the undersides of the branches se 
well as the topt. 



H e-.ii •• 



Let There Be Light 



the Home 



T HIB new home you are about to buy 
or build is Just about the most Im- 
portant thing you ever bought You 
want to be sure that It contains every 
neoeaslty and convenience you can afford. 

Right at this moment your head la prob- 
ably buzzing with details about construc- 
tion. location, financing, equipment and 
fumi.nhlngs . . . but have you given much 
attenuon to lU lighting plan? 

Too many people overlook the lighting 
plan unUI their home U finished Then 
they often find changes mu.st be made to 
give them proper lighting. 

Much of the charm, liveableness and 
-■♦afety of your new home will depend upon 
lU llghung You waxit to select fixtures 
and lamps that harmonize with your fur- 
niture and decorations. You want light- 
ing that brings out the true colors of your 
upholstery, wallpaper and draperies. You 
want lighUng properly arranged so Uiere 
are no unlighted halls or stairways where 
you ought fall in the dark And above all 
you want llghtaig that makes reading, 
studying and sewing easy for the eyes. 

THE LKiHTIKO SYSTE.M 
Every llghllng system is compoied of 
four elements, wiring lighting fixtures, 
portable lamps and lamp bulbs. Each 
element should receive your personal at- 
tention 

The wiring xy.stem compares with the 
veins end arteries of your body. Through 
the wiring flow* the^ eleclrictiy which 
lights the tamps and fixtures and operatea 
your appliances. A good wiring system 
necessarily must include d» fixture oul- 
leu properly located for good general il- 
lumination. (3> convenience outlets lo- 
cated to serve all possible furniture ar- 
rangements. i3» switch conirol of outleU 
and fixtures so arranged that passage 
through dark romn does not require grpp- 
Ing In the dark to find the light switch 
and i4> adequate size wire to assure effi- 
cient operation of lamps, flxturas and ap- 
pliances 

Remember that your contractor rlBl-s 
rmt knnw alt your wiring needs unless you 
sit down with him and discuss them Do 
this now Oo over the wiring layouts with 
him 

LIGHTING FIXTI RES 
Moat rooms of the home employ general 
litamtnattnn supplied by celling and wall eradicate All 

do best In full 



fixtures and icMUllMd Illumination sup- 
plied by portable lamp*. A lighting fix- 
ture serves two functions In nearly every 
room, to provide surrounding light U> 
•often the effect of the strong local light 
and to harmonise with and complement 
the decorative plan In kitchen, bath and 
laundry, the fixture doe* not require as 
much styling as in the living-room How- 
ever. care must be used to see that the 
fixtures selected provide a prescribed 
quantity for good vision. 

For the living-room, dining-room and 
bedrooms there is a great demand for 
highly styled fixtures in fact there is a 
tendency on the part of many to buy fix- 
ture.! that are purely decorative and not 
good light sources. Today there are maxiy 
well-designed and well-styled fixtures that 
meet th«T requirement* for good sight and 



good appearance. Your contractor ha* 
access to fixtures of these types In siyle* 
to fit any decorative Kheme. 

BLDOrriNG THE COST 

To have properly designed and styled 
fixtures, a minimum allowance of iia% to 
2% of the total home cost should be pro- 
vided in the budget for fixtures 8uch an 
amount Is very small when the benefits 
are weighed. Eyesight Is priceless, good 
light Is cheap Don't risk eycslraln by 
economising on the lighting flxture and 
lamp bulba 

Except In strictly uUlitarian rooms such 
as the kitchen, bath and laundry. p>rtable 
lamps are the moat eor\venlent mean.! of 
providing the locai light needed for 
■peclflc tasks are reading, writing or 
studying 



Dish for the Day 

By THK.CHKK- I 



Porch Baskets 



This Month 



in the Rock Garden 



Hanging p«)rch basket- can be decora- 
tive or they can be an eyesore. It all de- 
pend.s upon whether they are correctly 
planted and placed 

The baskets themselves are available In 
different form* and of various materlai> 
such A! wire, willow bark and terra cotta. 

•Plant material for hanging ba.s1tet.' can 
‘ onxLst of flowering plants, foliage planu 
or an Iniereslinp combination of both 

General prinrjpie.s of planting porch 
baskets call for placing the lalle=* upright 
plants In the centre of the arrangement 
Grouped around the ull malerlaJ should 
be the shorter growing ones Around the 
edge, place trailing plants or those of 
drooping growth. 

Steps should be taken in preparing ■ 
porch basket to guard against Its drying 
out too rapidly It should be lined with 
nv . Over this should be placed a layer 
or "lining." of burlap to prevent the soil 
from working through 

Soil for p'>rrh baskets should consist of 
equal parts of sand, leaf-mold or humu* 
and rich garden loam Buch a soil will 
main moisture 

When planting the basket, firm the soil 
-ell about the roots so no settling or 
aashlng out will occur. 

As aoon as the pla^its art well asiab- 
Itshed feed them one# a month with weak 
manure water 



Hy L II. LOlinKl’NNKR 
Many rock gardens which are a blaze of 
color In the Spring, look rather drab in 
Summer. This need not be If plants are 
selected with a view to a eontlnuous show 
of color Right now Is a very good lime to 
note the spoU which need brightening up. 
and to plan the addition of a few varieties 
with Summer flowers of the numerous 
Dlanthus, "Little Joe" Is one of the best 
for the meg isrden. forming a mound of 
grey foliage with ruby red flowers, the size 
of a AO-ceni piece on six -Inch stems Its 
flowering perlr>d Is from May to late Fall 
Tunica saxifrage fl pi. is another Summer 
rock plant having sprayi of fine stem* 
radiating from a central tuft, smothered 
with small double deep pink bloomg. Cam- 
panula lasjncarps with erect china blue 
flowers on four-inch stems. C. ranlerl hav- 
ing huge open eups on short stems, and C. 

Isophylla. a trailing plant with greyish 
leaves and large stars of lovely blue, are a 
trio of the finest late flf»wcrlng members 
of a very useful family A word of caution, 
however, with regard to Campanulas. 

Some varieties, such as C rotundlfolta 

• the harebell I . C poracharskyana and grey appearance. 

1* shown In the 
Graph 

Many gardener* have found that dust- 
ing the plants with sulphur controls mil- 
dew and help* check red spider. 

They also find It best to water the plants 
deeply armmd the base and well sway 
from the stalks. 

A good rule for best success with phlox 
i* to plant them In a rich soil where tney 
win have plenty of moUture. Thye need 
food and moisture In particular wh*n they 
■re developing their buds and flowers, 
especially if th* eeaeon becomes dry. A 
lack of mouture or food will stunt Ihe 
growth and result In small flower*, beside* 
weakening the plants 

j Be sure to give piitoxes plenty of room, 
for when the pJanU are well grown they 
win lake op space several feet square. 

ere most aUrartlve if allowed fo 
grow freely, without being crowded by 



attention. Propagation of rock plants and 
shrubs from cuttings laksn as the wcxxl 
reaches the proper stage, should be con- 
tinued this month. 

iVkiMri* HorutuuutBi *«<>(tri 



Keeping Phlox 
Out of Trouble 



Of all the flowers for tats Bummer non* 
IS more popular than phlox It Is depend- 
able. blooms over a long period In either 
wm or Shade, thrives in either send nr 
clay soil and has a large range of color 
Phloxes, however, can and often do get 
into trouble In mid -Bummer as result of 
mildew and red spider 

Many gardener* hose ofT the plant* with 
cold water In order in get rid of the tiny 
red spiders ThU treatment U effective as 
far as the mites ' are concernsd. for th# 
spiders hate waUr. but exesu water on 
the foliage usually causes mildew 
Mildew gives the phhw foiUgr- a pow- 
— An infected leaf 
accompanying Osrden- 



Window Boxes 
Attractive 



Growing Dahlias From Seed 



rocks 



The bell heathers or Ctnerea group of 
the Erteas are among the first of the Bum- 
mer varieties of an Irwilspcnaabie family 
They are followed by other group* such as 
ths Vagans, Callunas. Me. In VicUtria one 
can hav# heather In flower every pay of 
the year A few of Ute best ar* Eiiea 
ctnerea C. D. Bason. * warm ruby-red: 
Mrs. EHII, dwarf with bright carmln«-cs- 
rlse flowers: elnerea albs, whiu; oooelnls 
splendens. deep blood red Hesthert like 
a rich soil with added peat nr roUsd wood, 
and liberal mouture yet good drainage 
They wlU tolerau. but not thrive in. rather 
dry r^ondlUons, but on# eomplet# drylng- 
emt will be feui 

The exceptionally frequent ralrts we 
tiave experienced duiing the past month 
may have led some gardeners to forego all 
walering However epots under trees and 
overhanging eavas {ir# likely to have be- 
eomc quits dry and should receive regular 



ther plants 



When cutilDg out garments use • long 
stroke rather than a shon choppy etroks. 
This places leas etrstn on the shear* and 
gtvee a moe* aerorately e«t ItiM. 



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I 







THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, 



SUNDAY. JULY II, 1<H« 



Old Homes and Families 



J. K. NESBITT 



- B C ArrnivM PftoU 

Hon. A N Richsrda 






Efin Hill •• H App«ir« Today at the Top ol Carhatry Gardena 



■ C Arrhiir** mioio 



n C Ar'-tiiv»» rhnie 

Mra Samuel Neabitt and Daughter. Eveleen 



Samuel Neabitt 



abouj &IX years ago. Mrs Irving t>emg the 
co-executor ' 

In a day when women took pracucally 
no Interest In business, Mrs Nesbitt ear- 
ned on the bakery, with the help of her 
eldest son. Ssm The Colonist of January 
1 IWH *ald ' On Fnrl Rtreet. near the 
Custom House is one of our pioneer fac 
loriei. having been established \x\ IMS and 
operating continuously since then The 
original proprietor. Mr. Samuel Nesbitt, 
died about three years ago Since that 
time the work has been earned on by Mra. 
Nesbitt Employment la given to seven 
men and S120 a week paid in wages The 
value of their manufactures yearly i» 
about $30,000 " 

Shortly after this, as far as can be 
learned today. Mrs. Nesbitt left on a visit 
to Ireland and thereafter spent much 



commiJw«ions frrjju Hfi Maje.siys Govern- 
ment and who received monthly incomes 
"from home ' felt perhaps just a lltUa 
higher in lu^cieiy Uian those perstm.A "In 
trade " ThiU was but natural then H-'W 
times have changed, and for the belter m 
this regard But - ii aas lhai Fun Hall 
became known locally and in drawing- 
room whispers as "crarker r.aslle," (or in- 
deed It WHS a type of caNtle for Ha day, 
sitting atop a hill, with - fine view and 
stables, formal gardens orchards and 
Wf.»od.s with wild flow* r.v. and it was crack- 
ers that supplied the money to build it 
Ils driveway Is ntiw Carberry Gardens and 
up It In the long ago rirovr carnages, to 
oeposlt crinollnt'd ladies and bewhi>kered 
gentlemen to spend the evening in lha 
garden or around the fireplaces In the 
double parlors, the men talking of their 



Bailey and ^the painting by E Harrison ‘ 
Erin Hall saw many happy days and 
many sad ones. too. for the Nesbitu lost 
several children In Infancy But there 
were the comings and goings of relatives 
from Ireland and friends from California 
There was an orchaid before the big 
house, aiid there the children loeed to 
play, and on the long verandas that ran 
completely around the house. Mr and Mrs. 
Nesbitt sat with their frienda on Summer 
evenings. One of the sad events at Erin 
Hall was the death of Mrs Nesbitts 
brother. John Saunder.s The Colonist 
noting In 1870. Mr John Saunder'^ -died 
at the residence of Samuel Nesbitt De- 
ceased came to this province a short time 
Since to take charg« of Messrs Moore's 
and Co.'s drug store. Yatos Street, a posi- 
tion which he filled until pro»tnit«j by 
Illness last Spring He was a gentleman 
of considerable promise and was cut ofT 
early in life, being only 30 years of age at 
the time of his death ” 

Mr, Neabitt died when he was SO. The 
Colonist of April U. 1881. reporting Mr 
Sumuel Nesbitt^ai his residence on Cad- 
boro Bay Road, after a wasting Illness ol 



two m'mths. The drceasf d was. a pioneer 
of 1858 and leaves a widow and several 
chlldreji to mourn hls departure He was 
an active and enlerpnsuig clti/en. p(w>- 
ses-sed of energy and a charitable dispn.si- 
tlon Many poor families will miss his 
benefactions, which were given generou^ly 
In a quiet and unostentatious manner " 

A fewf days later the funeral account. 
"The remains— were followed to the grave 
by a large number of citizens The cere- 
mony wa.v performed by Rt Rev. Bt.shop 
Crldpe at the Reformed Episcopal Church, 
the edifice beif‘= crowded by -ympalhlsmg 
fnerid-v, The choir sang Rock of Ages' 
and as the cortege passed out the notes 
of the Dead March In Saul fell in mourn- 
ful cadence upon the ear and added to the 
Impressive Solemnity of the scene The 



when he arrived in VlcU.»ria 



The Nesbitt family was In Erin Hail ten 
year:*-^iid then a succesaion of people 
moved *r. -ugh In the late eighUes Hon, 
A N l(Vhards. who had been second 
LicuienaiV Governor of British Columbia, 
lived iher-^with his wife and daughter. 
Margaiei, who became Mr*. J H Senkler. 
of Vu....juver Ju>t belore 1800. Col. James 
Peter*, of Work Point Barracks' fame, 
lived iheie and at the turn of the qenlury 
Canon Paddoij and hts family were the 
occupaiiL-; Until a few ye., . ago Mias 
Laura Maynard and her mother had been 
lottg-itme reMdents. 

Samuel Ne.sbltt had been In Victoria but 
a few years when Uie famous bride ship 
l>neinouth arrived In 1862. and among 
the pa.ssengers was Jane Anne Saunders. 
S-'ven moluha later they were married at 
• Woodvine Cottage. " the home of Mr and 
Mrs W P Sayward on C?olIlns<in Street. 
First Nesbitt home was Holly Lodge on 
Cormorant Street, near Quadra it is said 
Mr. NeftbUi Imported the holly trees from 
Eiigland and that they were the first here 
Trares of them may still be seen. 

I.N H.^KKKY TRADk 

It come.t tiomewhat as a surprise today 
to learn that union demands for higher 
wage.v and shorter hours first came into 
being in Victoria 90 years ago. January 
30. of 1859. The Gazette used this story 
' At a meeting of the practical bakers of 
Victoria. lieJd In the Royal Hotel, they re- 
solved lo form themselves into a society 
for the protection of their trade, together 
with regulating the wages of Journeymen 
that they may have a Just compensa- 
tion for their labor and do away with 
Sunday work 'They hope lo merit the 
approbation of the public by their en- 
deavors to do Justice to the men who have 
an apprenticeship to the trade The fol- 
lowing ofUcers were elected for threr 
months Samuel Nesbitt, president. Simon 
Nershfelder. treasurer. Patrick Kelly, sec- 
retary ■' 

It seems now that the housewives of the 
l<iwn had been fbreed to bake most of 
their own bread In those early days, and 
the Neabitt bakery, able to supply the re- 
tail trade. a.s welt as naval contracts, was 
a great novelty and soon becimc popular 
The Colonist eagerly watched Its develop- 
ment and reported every move Mr. Nes- 
bitt started out to capture what business 
the American bakeries did in Victoria and 
he went ab^*ul 11 In a big way. On Decem- 
ber 15. I860, wgs this Colonist account 
“Mechanical Bakery we yesterday re- 
ceived samples of navy bread and soda 
biscuit from the manufactory of Mr. 
Samuel Nesbitt on Yates Street, near 
Broad The bread Is manufactured with 
the aid of new and powerful machinery, 
and upon testing the article we pronounce 
It equal lo anything of the kind we have 
met with on the Coast. The market has 
been heretofore supplied from the estab- 
lishment at Port Townsend, and large 
quanUUes have been sold here for local 
and up-rnunlry consumption. Mr Nei- 
blit. howTver. will be able to supply our 
merchants at a miictf lower rale than they 
have been enabled to Import from Port 
Townsend, and Is. we are glad to learn, 
already overrun with custom " 

NAVAL CONTRACTS 
A few year.i later Nesbitt had navy con- 
tracts and he became known as "Purveyor 
of bread and biscuits to Her Majesty's 
Navy ■' He moved his plant to Esquimau 
It was probably on a dock, over the water, 
for July 36. of 1867. The Colonist said; 
•perseverance- Mr Samuel Nesbitt, bis- 
cuit baker and contractor lo the navy, 
whose bakery lately took a allde Into Es- 
quimau Harbor has. nothing daunted by 
his misfortune, erected new premises. In- 
cluding the latest and finest oven in the 
Colony, capable of baking at one time 
three barrels of flour. Having doubtless 
the old Biblical parallel in view, the foun- 
dation bulk upon U^s lime is solid rock. 
Messrs Kinsman and Styles are the bulld- 



n r AfrhIvM ehnio 



Mr* A N Richsrdi 



Ume traveling. golr.g (requeniijr to Call- Adventures In the 



of California 



body was conveyed to Ross Bay Cemetery 
and there Interred, the pallbearers being 
Messrs J H Innes. M W T Drake. L. D 
U)wenberg. R p Rtthel James Burn.'; and 
P McQuade. The will of the deceased ap- 
points the widow admlnUlralrlx. and 
Messrs R p Ruhei and M Muir, trustees 
Mr Nesbitt was one of the executors under 
the will of the late John Dickson, who died 



forma and several times abroad She re- 
turned here and died In Victoria In the 
late nineties, leaving a daughter. Eveleen. 
and three sons. Sam. John and*Harry. all 
of whoni are now dead 
Erin Hall was built In a day when Vic- 
toria was given to fierce class distinction, 
when many of the men and women who 
had titled relatives In BrUain, who held 



and the Cariboo and of their growing 
buslnesse.s, the women of the land.s they 
left behind them over the seas and. of 
course, women being then as now, of their 
children. 

Erin Hall stands Iridav a> a monument 
to the sucrc.vi of ->o many young adven- 
turers from the old land who made a go 
of it In the new. 



unland 



Arthtvri mmi. 



By 

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era and the dlmen.«ions are 19 x 13 feel. 
wiUi a ri.se ul arch 2U inches and stark 
35 feet. 

'There wrre riaing cust.s and new taxes 
even in those days, which mo.vt people of 
today look u|)on as easier than the pres- 
ent. and Government coiilra<». lonwUmes 
had to be altered as they are U^day I he 
Colonist of May 3. 1867, .said 'The Oovei- 
nor. we under.sUiiid. has consented to 
allow Mr. Samuel Nesbitt, the navy bread 
contractor, a drawback on all flour used 
by him in the manufacture of bread lor 
the use of Her Maje.nty's fleet at E^i^ui- 
malt. The contract with the naval au- 
thorities was made by Mr Ne.sbtu at a 
Ume when flour came In duly free and the 
contractor would be a heavy loser were he 
compelled to pay duty on flour and supply 
the navy at the contract price ' 

IN \ sy\\ m^.ME 

^ with the bakery flourishing, the tjme 
came when Mr Nevbltt saw hla way clear 
lo build his Jiew home. He chose ten acres 
away from the town, a.t the lop of Port 
Street hill was then considered Hu was 
to be a country villa In the b* st tradition 
of an Irish manor house When it was 
completed The Colonist reported on June 
13. 1874 During the pa.it ten years there 
have been lew as commr*dJou.s. elegant 
and costly dwelling houses erected m this 
province as Erin Hall. Exitbonk. just com- 
pleted by Mr, Samuel Ne.HblU on the Cad- 
boro Bay Road for a residence 'I he hou.ie 
stands on an eminence. The first floor 
contains double {tarlorA, breakfast room, 
dining-room, a library fitted with, marble 
mantels and every convenience A wide 
staircase of black walnut conducts to the 
second floor, where are five large bed- 
rooms. with ceilings 13 feet in height A 
balcony six feel In width runs entirely 
around the house and from ellher aide a 
most delightful view is commanded. Tlie 
StroUs, the Olympian Range and Race 
Rocks are seen from the south From the 
east Is presented Son Jiiajr I.Aland and the 
Strolls de Haro, while Mount Baker rears 
his venerable head In the background. 
On the west and north sides the eye 
sweeps over a brood expanse of wood and 
dole until the Saanleh Range, with Balt 
Spring Island In the rear, thuta out the 
view. A wing Juts out from Ihe rear of 
the building and conuins the kitchen, 
bathroom and offices Beneath the house 
Is a spacious cellar and a Mink that will 
hold 30.000 galloTU of water, which may be 
raised lo ever>' room In the hou.ie The 
site of the building It magnifleent The 
house Is literally 'founded on a rock and 
the rains 'ma.v descend and the floods 
come' wtiMcait danger to the structure. 
The total coat of the building is about 
tlO.OOQ The builders are R Rlford and 
Son. the stonework by W Williams, the 
plastering and brickwork by Bullen and 



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Uranium Bonus Starts Rush 



A NCHURAUB. Alaska A $10,000 
bonus offered by the Atomic Energy 
Commlsolon to any proapecLor lo- 
cating a slseable deposit of uranium has 
started Alaska's biggest "stampede" since 
the gold rush days of *98. 

Prospectors roaming Alaska • wilderness 
have discarded their gold pans and sluice 
boxea. They're huntlni the hills for signs 
of pitchblende, gumlle. romotite and other 
aranlum bearing minerals. 

B. D. Stewart territorial commutioner 
sleg*>d by prospectors seeking Information 
on uranium He said pamphlets prepared 



by the A EC giving methods of locaUng 
and recognioing minerals containing arm- 
of mints, said his offices have been be- 
nlum ore being distributed. 

The prospectors are hltUng for the 
hills in great numbera. but they aren't 
looking for gold." he said 'With ths pries 
fixed and production costs soaring, you 
cant make gold mining pay. 

But a uranium strike woQld rertolnly 
pay In addition to ths bonus, the Gov- 
ernment is guaranteeing minimum prices 
and even paying transportation ensti of 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, R C.. SlM»\N. KIN I) 



Pass in 



who promlAfd Lo 



Vwu blup-f ved ur.i. who clraned 
you • lit ;ind made you Uke tt! 

T:.Mng a dr^p breath, Biigf grtmaeMl. 
I hf smell ol Lh v>e while Aoviere waa tick* 
e.iiiSK He couldn i alutkr u even here. 
Di«cusermR the lei around hl» neck. Bilge 
tore It off He would have liked lo trample 
It under 1 ik>i only he couldn't very well, 
with Quarternuuier Kelly headed hli way, 
grinning (rom ear lo ear. 

Kelly held out a amall package, sUll 
with that allly grin on hla (ace Oh, Mr 
CoihnA. he aaid mincingly 'Tm ao glad 
>ou hnolly decided to come aboard. I 



The i:a. .'y cye^ de pjr.rd’rep.orchfully 
'-•\U BI;ge I iRtd :iim --lf tloun icrli g in a 
bntfrmlrfs purple »ea 

Ljok here ue Mid Yuumran " 
i mran. )d the -irl flruily. that If I 
h?dn t walued you oui when 1 did you 
w'ou.dn't have had a dime As it happeiu. 
the- only thing ynu are dut i.s the fi.75 that 
I look to pay for your room and the taxi 
lhat you inaiated upon hiring '' 

Btige wns eU;rlnR at her Gee' ' he aatd 
IiHpleasiy "Gee’ be repeated with a Utile 
go-sp "Tliafa swell!” 



A Short Story 
By EDWINA R. HEWETT 



B ilge Couma stretched on exploring 
hand acroas the pillow by hia side 
and met a smooth unrampled emp> 
Unesa. He aUemp-'d to all tup but hU 



promised to deliver Uila to you personally. 



appearing ai^rupuy into Uie cr^-d. A mo 



Bilge made a package He 

fell It gingerly, hopefully, before tearing 
at the wrappuig with trembling hands, 
then, while Kelly grinned at him, he made 
a sudden dive for the rail and gazed wildly 
out upon the crowded dock, aearrhlng the 
sea Mf (aces (or a pair of vivid pansy eyes. 

When he found her. his throat tight* 
ened G<uh. she looked lltUe dowa there 
In all that mobi He was almost afraid 
they d iquosli her. Her face brightened 
os she saw lilm. 

•'Ixy>k!" he said, waving the package. 
"T got It all right. Thanks- for going to 
all that trouble ” 

She smiled up at him and Bilge leaned 
over the rail, 

“Listen'- 1 m putting In for this station 
as soon as we hit the States. It won’t be 
long till I'm back again -maybe only a few 
months Say — can you hear me?J' 

She nodded. Her eyes were bright. 
Funny but she Ixked almost as if she 
were crying 

• Listen sold Bilge again He had to 
talk louder now. The ship was moving. 
“As soon as we get in I'll drop you a line. 
I haven't had a chance to thank you the 
way I want to '' 

' See that you do.'* the girl called back, 
■'I II be wailing for it " 

Thc'ship was moving out. 

“Hey, listen.” 

Bilge had to shout It. He cupped his 
hands and leaned far over the rail. 

"Hey, 1 forgot lo get your addresa 
What'i your name^” 

Bonnie!" 

•'Bonnie what?” yeUed Bilge. 

"King!" 

"Bonnie King, in care of the New 
Arcadia?" 

She nodded, bobbing her small head 
furiously Stretching up both hands lo 
him she wriggled her fingers, rtnally 
Bilge understood He took off the gar* 
denla let and soiled it through the ahr. 
The girl caught ll d^tly. He saw her place 
it around her neck and press the creamy 
blossoms to her lips. 

Something tightened in Bilge’s throat. 
He couldn t swallow. The bend was drown- 
ing out everything. . He made a lost effort 
and filled his lungs. 

"BonnleJ” he shouted “Can you hear 
me‘> I'm coming bock. I’ll write you from 
Frisco- sure* Can you hear me. Bonnie? 
Oee-I think you’re •well!" 

iMcOura Hrwtp*r«r Sjetflcai*) 



ment later he came into sight, a gardenia 
Tel held triumphantly aboW his head. He 
had talked fast to get it for a quarter 

"Here— ' he said, slipping It over her 
bronze curls ‘ From me to you " 

She took It off, laughmg, and placed it 
around hu neck. It made him dl^^^' when 
the leaned close to him like that Gosh, 
she sweet. Sweeter than Uiose white 
fluweis. 

•‘Silly.’* she sold. "I’m not going any 
place You wear it Throw U to me after 
you get aboard if you want to. And you'd 
belter hurrj- If you don’t want to get left." 

She gave him a little shove, but Bilge 
paused — long enough to plant a sudden 
kiss on the sweet, curved lips. They trem- 
bled beneath lus own. 

“Goodbye, ' she said. Her voice was 
I husky. 

I Stumbling up the iangway Bilge found 
hlm.wlf suddenly walking on air. With a 
flip of his hand he pushed his white hat 
forward until ll rested precariously over 
his left eye He could come bock to this 
place If he wanted to.* He hadn’t intended 
shipping over again But It wouldn't be 
so bad, coming bock to a girl like that 

Bilge had Intended to ask the Junior 
Officer something, but for the life of him 
Ve couldn't think what It was Half way 
down the deck he remembered. Ortnnlng, 
he retraced his steps and saluted. 

“Sir,” he .vald confidentially, "could I get 
that Utile parcel that came aboard for 
me**' 

There was no answering gnn on the 
Junior Officer's face. It had settled Into 
cold, hard lines. "All 1 have for you." said 
the J. O. curtly, ts a report of your being 
two hours A. W. O. L. I'U see you later, 
Colins. Go forward " 

Mechanically Blldge saluted He steeled 
hlm.vel/ to appear unconcerned and saun- 
tered out of sight before a forlorn hope* 
lessness settled over his face She was a 
pretty kid, too Decent eyes Uiat looked 
straight at you. And he’d believed herl 
Believed that yam she'd told him to rush 
him aboard at the last minute, when site 
knew he didn't have a Chinaman's chance 
of getting off again. She was wise, all 
right! 

Bilge kicked savagely at a bucket in his 
path and wandered on down the deck: 
away from the music and the hsavy odor 
of flowers 

Thank God. there weren’t any women 



A hotel room obviously BuUwhere? It 
might have been any place. A night stand 
at his elbow held the usual Oldeon Bible 
and a telephone The latter simplified 
matters He could settle everything at 
once by taking down the receiver and ask- 
ing where he was. or he could lie still a 
few minutes until his brain cleared and 
try to think things out (or himself. De- 
eidlni on the latter course Bilge eased his 
aching head back on the pillow and again 
, closed nis eyes. 

U would all come U) him in a minute 
Speed run! That wax it HSaded back to 
the Slates after two years’ China duty. 
There hod been a lay over some place. 
Now he hod it! Honolulu! ’That's where 
be wax. He hod come ashore yesterday 
It mast have been yesterday. 

In his pockets were the $4<K) he ha<i 
saved ou the cruise, and the letter from 
Marge that reached him Just before sail- 
ing, announcing her marriage to some 
guy by thtr name of Elmer Potts! 

Bilge winced. Women were all alike, 
brown— yellow -white. He knew it now 
But In China he had been so sure of 
Marge So sure that she was mode of finer 
stuff than most women. Just the thought 
of her had been enough to keep him 
straight. For two years he had let the 
gang kid him because he preferred wan- 
dering off alone to a tot of fudny looking 
temples In.^tead of making merry with the 
rest of them But temples hadn't cost 
anything Besides, what fun would a guy 
get out of parties when he had a girl like 
Marge waiting for him 
What a prize boob' No wonder the name 
i John Sappo had clung to him He deserved 
It But Just let a dame try to slip some- 
thing over on him after this. Just let her 
try It! 

Bilge blinked, set his chin and struggled 
(o shake the cobwebs out of his head. He 
must try to think! Walt a minute— he re- 
membered leaving the ship and heading 
for a speakeasy on Vineyard Street. 

Hla brows puckered unhappily. He bad 
wanted to forget Marge. That was It, He 
had wanted to drink until he had stilled 
the physical pain that was gnawing at 
him No woman on earth was worth what 
he hod suffered for Marge. But he'd 
learned They would never gel another 
chance at him. U would be his turn next 
time And would he laugh! 

Deliberately he had barged up lo the 
New Arcadia looking for trouble. He hod 
hesitated on the sidelines, getting msdder 
every minute. The orchestra was playing 
"Blue Roses." What a screwy title for a 
song. Loudly Bilge song a few words but 
stopped as he saw the floor manager 
glanced lo his direction. 

All right. He wasn't going to start any- 
thing -• much. But whatever U was. It 
didn’t Include floor managers. Laboriously 
hr dragged for the roll of bills and began 
methodically to count it "—Four hundred 
an' forty. five- flfty-flve — sixty." 

Bny, It made a flash! And he’d lay a bet 
It wouldn't be three minutes before some- 
body floated up to Investigate Purposely 
he prolonged the effect before replacing 
the money carelessly In his pocket 
There! Didn't he know It? 

A soft hand hod slipped through his arm 
with a prt)pr1etsLry little gesture and was 
sierrlng him gently but firmly toward the 
door. Bilge chuckled to himself. Thought 
she was clever, did she? Well, she'd know 
a lot more before the night was over. John 
Rappo wu dead. The prize eurker was no 
more 

' Blue Rosea ' warbled Bilge uncer- 
tainly. 'The girl lightened her grip on his 
arm. 

' Steady," she said. Her voice was low. 
close to hiB ear. “You'll be all right os 
soon os you get some fresh air. That's 
whal you need Fresh air - and plenty 
of U!" 

"Oh. yeah?" said Bilge But he allowed 
her to guide him to the street where, de- 
spite her protesfx. he had hailed a cab 
and pushed her in 

Inside, he glared at her She sat over 
In the comer, watching him. 

Big eyes. Blue and innocent. He knew 
the type. You couldn't fool him. He 
rearhed for her hand and eruohed her 
fingers beneath his. Hurt her. That's 
what hr wanted to do Teach her that 
every man wasn't a sucker. He would 
have liked lo kiss her, her lips were red 
and velvety looking. 

And that was all Bilge could remember 
He sat up now. and hts hand mode a 
sudden, frenzied dive beneath his pillow. 

A frantic search of his Jumper and trous- 
ers followed, but when he had finished. 
Bilge sat on the edge of the bed fingering 
a quarter and swearing hotly. * 

6o she'd cleaned him out, had she! And 
she d prubabty figured that leaving that 
single quarter was a good Joke Well, he’d 
show her she couldn’t get away with It. 

He struggled Into things, mouth twitch- 
ing. Tearing open the door he plunged 
down to Ihe office and pest the demk clerk 
who yelled at him. 

Bilge didn't stop. He didn't stop 
until he reached the New Arcadia and 
there he kwunded up the long flight of 
musty stairs At the top he heslUted in 
the cold light of day the place looked drab 
and uninteresting. And cheap. Yards of 
faded crepe paper tagged deJecUy from 
the dirty walls And the dance palace was 
deserted, except for a lone musician who 



lElP ntuot CHASSIS WITH 
Cab . . . svailahi* fur lo I ton 
Bomiaii garloada. Suitahk (or 
nouactng catton.bulli boilici (or 
your parcHuiar aork. 



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low operating cotta and long H(a. Tbav'ra po«*crad bv (ha 
Wi|lfB>OvtrUod 'Jaap' Engine, (amed (or vear-to-aad-raar-out 
dapaodabiiirr. Fuactional hodiaa pionaar with oaw aravi to 
cut daad weight and add to uiiliry, 

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body and chaaaia comtHnanona— and l-ton tapacidca— 2- 
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neck and chuckle whUe he wag doing It, 
By the time Bilge reached the dock It 
was humming with ocUvIty. He quick- 
enbd his step while something stirred be- 
neath >11 rumpled Jumper, ffstnng* in 
Honolulu were escittni; he’d noticed it 
every time he’d passed through. They 
mode your heart beat a little foslor tn 
spite of yourself. All those flowers and 
that plaintive music and groups of people 
sajftng goodbye It Wnd of got you Bilge 
found hlm.aelf wishing he hod someone to 
say griodbye to He’d Ilka tn buy some 
flowers A string of those sweet smelling 
white ones or something 
Suddenly Bllga fell his heart leap Into 
his throat. His exclamation caused a 









Britain’s Bill 
of Rights 

By OLANVILLE CAREW 

LORDON. — In House of 

Lords. Just recently, no leas s per- 
son Ihsi) the Lord Chief Justice of 
England rose and made an accusa- 
tion against no less a person th&n 
His Majesty's Secretary of Stat^ 
for the Hume Department: He 
charged him with breaking the law 
in that he had Infringed the pro- 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. R C. SLNDAV, 11 L^ II. IW 



Bridging the Commonwealth 

Australia Fears Inflation 
If Controls Are Removed 



C ANBERRA iCPi. - Federal of prices because they fear to Im- 
Oovernment ministers pre- Pose restrictive measures after the 
diet a long period of Inflation people voted against them. One 





kinufutaia 



all murderers who have been, or in 
future shall be. sentenced to death 
Let's get the hang of Uils. The 
Government Is engaged, under Par- 
liament, with a general overhaul- 
ing of our criminal law. Apparently 
H was not Uielr Irlentinn when 
framing the criminal Justice bill to 
abolish capital punishment, but In 
the course of debate a group of 
private members pressed for such 
a clause to be inserted In the bill, 
and on a free vote the House— to 
general surprise, though by a nar- 
row majority- passed a clause sus- 
pending capital punishment fur a 
period of five years 
The members of the Cabinet did 
not vote and the Home Secretary 
In particular is known to be against 
such a change at the present time, 
but the tail wagged the dfig. How- 
ever. In due course, the House of 
Lords rejected the clause. In so 
doing, the lords appear to have 
acted more in accordance with 
present public opinion than did the 
Commons 

It aas in such circumstances 
that the Home Becrelary. conceiv- 
ing It In be the will of the House,' 
had announced in effect that he 
would In future nullify all sen- 
tences of death for murder perforce 
Imposed or to be imposed by His 
Majesty's judges, quite apart from 
his own persorval objections to 
abolition for which he gave his 
reasons. That is what brought the 
Lord Chief Justice U> his feet In the 
House of Lords and brought the 
Bill of Rights Into the foreground 

Let us hark back to that piece of 
17th century legislation which haa 
been one of the principal charters 
of our liberties tor the past 2M 
years. 

it was one of tTie ruling habits of 
the kings of the Royal House of 
Stuart, who. like the B<iurbons. 
learnt nothing and forgot nothing, 
to lake away the liberty of the sub- 
ject by Interference with the judges 
and the processes of law by admin- 
istrative action. 

Things got to such a pass that In 
I66g, James II. who. as evenU 
proved, was to be the last reigning 
Stuart In the male line, found it 
advisable to stand not upon the 
order of his going but go at once. 
Thus it came to pass that, late one 
night In December of that year, he 
crossed the Thames In disguise In 
a small boat from which he 
thoughtfully dropped the great, seal 
Into the water and went to Join his 
family In France, never to return. 

The Throne being deemed to be 
vacant It was offered to his son-in- 
law, William of Orange, who had. 
without opposition, landed a little 
while before James' departure at 
• the little flailing village of Brlxham 
In Devon where, as a contemporary 
observer, said "The trumpets 
sounded, the hautboys played, the 
drums beat, and the lords, knights, 
gentlemen and guards shouted, and 
hdzzars did echo from the hills to 
that our hearts were ravished with 
Joy thereof.'’ 

Not to be outdone the Devon 
pea.<(antry addreaved him with. 

"An t plea.ie, Yaur Majesiy King 
William. 

You be welrome to Brlxham quav 
To eat btickhorn and drink bohea 
Along with we, 

Ood ble.w Your Majesty King 
William ' 

I Bohea, of course, was black tea. 
and. if anyone wanti to know, 
"buckhorn ’ was whiting split down 
the back, salted and dried • 

In return for the country's invi- 
tauon and for all those courtesies 
William made his famous procla- 
mation "The liberties of England 
and the Protestant religion 1 will 
maintain ' 

Nevertheless, In view of the vag- 
aries of James 11, the English 
l^:>ple wanted something In will- 
ing from William HI. and so It 
came about that a declaration or 
Bill of Rights, wax drawn up setting 
out the terms on which the Crown 
was offered to and accepted by 
William, and Mary, his wife 
This passed through Parliament 
and Is a document of great consti- 
tutional Importance which has 
played its part from that day U> 
thia 

The Bill of Rights declared that 
"the pretended ' ithal is, claimed) 
"power of suspending laws or ex- 
ecution of" laws by regal authority 
without consent of Parliament Is 
"lUegal " It also barrwd certain 
other things dime by the Stuarts, 
such, for instance, as raising 
money, without consent 
That brings us from 1S88 to 1M8 
when the King's Lord Chief Justice 
says that the Kings BecreUry of 
State by announcing hU Intention 
(without consldersUon of the facts 
mitigating or aggravaung any par- 
ticular murder) to reprieve all mur- 
derers awaiting execution or yet to 
be eonvlcted has. In fact, suspended 
the execution of a law by adminis- 
trative act. and thus has offended 
against such an old and tried and 
popiHar safeguard as the BiU of 
Rights 



They ba^ their fears on the 
sboUUon of controls on rents and 
prices, and the possibility of the 
Trea.^ury abandoning prices subsi- 
dies following the Government de- 
feat on the prices referendum last 
May 29 

VOTED AGAINHT 
Borne ministers say the slates 
will not lake over effective control 



To Use Tents 
For Family 

SYDNEY fCP). -Dr. J. W. Thorn- 
ton. of Portsmouth. England, came 
to Australia "to give his children a 
chance.'* 

"I knew 1 couldn’t keep my chil- 
dren fit and well in England, so 
I've brought them here," he sAld on 
arrival m Sydney 
"The children ihemsefVes Aral 
suggested It. They de.serve a break 
for they were rlghl in the front line 
at Porijunouth during the war— 
1 SOU air raids. 

You only have to look at them 
In see what is happening The 
older youngsters are big and 
strong, the younger are thin and 
pale " ' 

Dr. Thornton brought a number 
of tents with him. "Your housing 
shortage is well known, so I've come 
prepared." he said. "We shall lour 
the country and have a good look 
around before we settle down." 



.< people not realise what u.<- 
Oovernment had been protecting 
them from and attributed the huge 
"No" vote to their general Irritation 
with controls and administration 
from Canberra. 

The Federal Cabinet's decision to 
hand over price control to the In- 
dividual states within three months 
has set the state governments a 
problem. They have not the neces- 
sary legislation or manpower to 
take over and would have to sum- 
mon their parliaments — now on 
mid - Winter rece.ss to rush 
through legislation to hold prices 
at their present level when the 
Federal Government hands over to 
them. 

FREE/.e PRICES 

It is believed the Federal Gov- 
ernment wilt suggest that the 
states "freeze" prlce.^ to allow 
themselves plenty of time to get 
logethea and form a uniform policy 
for all the slates 

Businessmen have weieomed the 
Oovemmenl s decision Retail mer- 
rhants areued that cbntxol on such 
Items as leather goods, cosmetics, 
travel goods and millinery should 
be abolished as these things are in 
plentiful supply throughout the 
Commonwealth. 

But the removal of controls on 
food and clothing is not contem- 
plated at present because of Its 
possible effect on supplies to Brit- 
ain. particularly In the case of 
meat and butter 



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— avuuraeio^a 



In hit capacity at Colonel-Commandant, the Parachntt Rtsiment. Ficld^Marihal Vitcount Montgomery, took the 
salute at the patting out parade of troopers, at Aldershot. The Pield-Msrshi] changed hie customary black Tank 
Corps beret for the bnghirr one of the "Red Devils" for the occasion. The programme included n display of airborne 
equipment. Picture shows the Field-Marshal chatting with Pte. R. Candy. 19. of Dover. Kent, after pretenting him 

with the Browning Award for the beat recruit. 

U.S. Banker, Grocer Boy in Australia 

M elbourne Au>lralUn pc»l<*d poiatoe* all the way across my home town the old town hal 
born Alfred Fenton, of San Pacific. In San Francisco he ihe Melbourne posi office and if 

an (ml • ir>K ivilh a riimtsHltm nnm- ,««nlrAl slntirw, " — i 



Maynooth College Appeals 
For Funds to Aid Work 



D ublin (UP>, — Maynooth 
College, which has sent 
Catholic priests throughout 
the world on missionary work. Is In 
serious financial dlfficuiUes. 

Established 153 years ago, the In- 
stitution at the time of the dlses- 
tablTshment of 1870 was given a 
grant of $1,488,000 and has in the 
Interval received various charitable 
bequests. 

Us present financial troubles 
were outlined by Monalgnor Patrick 
Boylan in an address at the centre 
of Iriah Catholicity. 

-4PPEAI.S TO ALI’MNI 
Appealing to former students in 
all parts of the world and at home 
to come to the assistance of the 
college, he said it was not. as some 
erroneously thought, state - en- 
dowed. 

Much of the slate endownment 
given by the British of $1,488,000 
had been lost by falling off of In- 
vestments. he said, and added: 

"In many case.s one would need 
some sort of financial radar to 
trace the survival of the various 
portions of that money " 

INCOME F ALLING OFT 
Income which in 1933 was $73,104 
fell in 1947 to $58,808. There was 
little hope of Improvement of In- 
vestments but rather was the con- 
trary more likely. 

There had been a fall in the 
number of students for the priest- 
hood annually from 800 to under 
500 The deficiency on Ihe year's 
work In 1947 was $35,330 
"It Is not a matter of Just bal- 



New Evidence 
In Research 

IJEED8, BngUnd (CP). ^Cancer 
research workers at Leeds Univer- 
sity are experimenting with par- 
ticles one-mlUlODlh of an Inch In 
diameter which have been found 
in certain strains of mice and may 
prove to be the first known organ- 
ism producing cancer tumors In 
mammals. 

This was dOclosed by R O Pas- 
sey, professor of experimental 
pathology and director of cancer 
research. He said the work had 
not yet gone far enough for any 
'gilt-edged" claim to be made. 

The particles, peculiar to breast 
tumors, have been injected In a 
fluid Into 450 mice. It may be s 
year or tS montha before a conclu- 
alve result U reached. 



Hugging a Shark 

Fishing off the beach at Byron 
Bay (NeR South Wales) recently, 
J. McGuire hooked a big fUh. After 
half an hour's struggle he brought 
It to the water’s edge. He was Just 
about to land what he took for an 
outslse JewAsh when the wire trare 
broke and the fish began to floun- 
der off. *• 

Daahlng Into the sea. McGuire 
seised the /fiah. hugged It to him 
and fetchM It ashore. It was a 
8-foot 8-incb Jewrflsh. 



ancing the budget but at least 
$2,000,000 is needed for capital im- 
provements." he said 



Scientists Building 
Super Machine 

LONDON (UP).— British atomic 
researchers have built a 30.0(X).000- 
volt X-ray synchrotron. 

The announcement was made by 
the electronics group of the atomic 
energy research establishment. 

It was cautiously hinted that the 
new machine might give relief to 
cancer sufferers. The X-rays from 
the machine are so powerful that 
they make It possible to treat 
tumors too deep Inside the human 
body (or present machines. 

The synchrotron also Is to give 
British scientists a model for even 
more powerful synchrotrons. One 
Is planned to produce 3OO.(MO.0OO 
volts. 



M elbourne Au.^tralun 
bfirn Alfred Fenton, of San 
Francisco. 80 - year - old 
vice-president of a big American 
banking organization, is back in 
Melbourne. Ms home town, where 
he started out as a grocer's boy 60 
years ago. 

Mr. Fenton, with his wife, has re- 
turned to see his 84 -year -old 
mother. Mrs E E Fenton, and to 
revisit scenes of his youth In Mel- 
bourne. ^ 

He was vice-pre.Mdent of the 
Bank of America, which he de- 
scribes as the world'.s largest inde- 
pendent bank, with 14.000 em- 
ployee.s and 504 branches, until 
1945. when he became vice-presi- 
dent of the Transamerlca Corpora- 
tion. an organization with large In- 
terests In banks In Washington, 
Oregon. Nevada, California and 
Arizona. 

Until he was ten. Alfred Fenton 
went to the Stale School near his 
old home In the Melbourne indus- 
trial suburb of North Pitxroy. Then 
he left to go to work in a grocer's 
store. In his spare time he taught 
himself typing, shorthand and 
bookkeeping. 

TO THE G0I.1)FIF:LDS 

At 16 he went to the Western 
Australian goldfields to work at a 
Boulder City mine. Three years 
later he returned to Melbourne and 
took a Job with a preserving com- 
pany as accountant 
He threw the Job up in 1909 when 
he was 30. signed on as a me.u boy 
with a ship bound for America, and 



peeled potatoes all the way across 
the Pacific. In San Francisco he 
got a Job with a furnishing com- 
pany. where he became office man- 
ager and married his secretary. 

Mr. Fenton later filled executive 
posts In a grocery chain, and glass 
companies in America and Eng- 
land, and Ih 1921 Joined the Bank 
of America, becoming vice-presi- 
dent and personnel director. In 
1945 he transferred to the Trans- 
amerlca Corporation « 

What has Impressed him most 
since his return to Australia Is the 
tremendous growth of the main 
cities and the evidence of the In- 
dustrial expansion of recent years 

THE OI.D SCHOOL 

"Even so I can still recognize 
some of the familiar landmarks of 



my home town the old town hall, 
the Melbourne post office and the 
central slatjon," he said. "My old 
school is still standing, and so u 
the little home where I was born " 
"Our greatest delight has been to 
visit some of the lovely tree-fern 
gullies iii the mountains back of 
Melbourne There's nothing like 
them anywhere else in the world ’ 
Even after 39 years and more, 
several of Mr. Fenton's one-time 
school pals and friends of his youth 
remembered him when a local 
newspaper published a story about 
his visit and called to renew ac- 
quaintances. "It’s a heart-warm- 
ing experience." he said. 

Mr and Mrs. Fenton will spend 
several months- In Australia before 
returning by sea to Ran Francisco. 

KlDti]»Ri ln(»rn«Oon S-'Tlrvi 



Cable ’Graphs 

I Bt Ihr t'*mdl»a Fmi I 
GItt ACTING COl’KSE 
BURTON-ON-TRENT. England. 
--Btage aspirants here range In sg« 
from seven to 70 years. In a muni- 
cipal school of drama some 300 stu- 
dents are taking a two-year course 
which gives practical guidance in 
speech training, dramatic move- 
ments and acting technique. 

II)F;.4L Rl'8 DRIVER 



buscautteti a woman knitter to drop 
20 stitches here recently. Told that 
the garment was for a baby ex- 
pected soon in England, the driver 
stopped Uie bus and .said I've 
stopprd so you can pick up Uit 
stitches But you w'on t be long, 
will you?" 

MAKKK t'ENTENARY 
LONDON —One of Britain's larg- 
est railway stations. Waterloo, cele- 
brated Us centenary recently. 
While some of Waterloo's 200.000 
dally pas*enger.i thrmiRed the 21 
platforms, an old locomotive of 
Victorian times was driven into Ui« 
station 

ROI’NI) THE- WORLD W.Al.R 
JOHANNESBURG TwpVncm- 
bers of the Swedish YMCA Scout 
movement arrived here recently 
after a iSO-day hike from Sweden. 
The men, B E Johnson and A O. 
Karlsson, started on December 1, 
1947. (or a walk round the world 
to meet other scouts 

PROOICE NEW TF.XTILP 
LONDON Ardil. Britain's new 
cloth made Irom peanuts, will «>e 
produced at the rale of 10.000 tons 
yearly, it was announced recently. 
The synthetic material has all iha 
qualities of wool, is mothproof and 
creaseproof 

OATH FOR WHEAT 
CANBERRA Poultry farmers m 
Australia will have to use more oatj 
in their flock rations this year Tha 
urgent need to export has reduced 
available wheat for feed, while the 
oaU crop IS a record 

STILL A GREAT FLEET 
LIVERPOOL -One of every four 
of the world's merchant ships to- 
day files Britain's red ensign. Brit- 
ain's shipyards built 393 merchant 
ships last year and are turning out 
new vessels at the rale of one a day. 



Doorway to 
Achievement 



Indian Woman Lawyer 
Wears Saris at Court 




L ondon <Reulers). — Britain's 
only Indian woman lawyer. 
37 - year - old Kamila Tyabjt. 
ol Bombay, has Introduced brilliant 
silken saris to the sombre mono- 
tones of London's solemn law 
courts, and been applauded for lU 
Dignified lawyers In the council 
, chamber first gasped at her unique 
appearance In her <rwn traditional 
robes under a barrister's long curly, 
grey wig and black gown. 

"But we unanimously approve; 
she lends a splash of color." said 
one eminent lawyer 
Miss TyabJL who wears make-up. 
brilliant red nail vamlob on her 
long-pointed nails, costume Jewelry 
and high heels, said: "I will never, 
never discard the sari It Is the 
most beautiful dress for a woman. 
For that reason 1 cannot under- 
stand the Indian women who do." 
APPEARANCE C0U?O‘8 
For career women anywhere she 
advocates; 

"Look after your appearance 
Many Intellectual women only look 
after their Intelleets Womanly 
quallUeo are as Important as intel- 
lects." 

As U) politics, she says; 

"1 was very opposed to the par- 
tition of India, but now there are 
two separate Dominions 1 cannot 
feel that the Interests of either one 
of them can be oppc«ed to the 
other, and I feel both need all the 
help they can possibly get (or their 
internal development" 

Miss Tyabjl has written a book 
entitled "Limited Interests In Mo- 
hammedan Law," for which she 
had read Arabic books written 400 
lo 500 years ago. When she gets It 
published she will submit It to Ox- 
ford University to decide If she will 
receive the degree of doctor of elvU 
law or not. 

rr she floes, she will be the first 
Indian woman to receive It and the 
youngest woman ever. 

It Is not surprising that Mtvs 
Tyabjl took up law it runs In her 



family. Her grandfather. Badrud- 
din Tyabjl, was the first Moslem 
lawyer in British India and the 
first to be appointed a high court 
Judge Her father wa.5 also a high 
court Judge and his book on Mo- 
hammedan law is frequently 
quoted in the Privy Council 



Strike Me Pink? 

NORWICH. England (UP). 

Britons are tired of making 
lea In austerity white teapots. 

J. W Belcher, member of 
Parliament and Government 
official, was asked in a politi- 
cal meeting whether England 
must drink tea from plafn 
while teapots forever. 

He replied. "I quite agree It 
would be nice to have a pink 
teapot instead of a white one 
for a change " 



Reports Oil 
• In Arctic 

BIRMINGHAM. England (UP).— 
Colonel 8 J. M. Auld. past president 
of the Inttitute of Petroleum, re- 
ports a great unUpped source of 
oil around the North Pole. 

He told a meeting here that the 
North Pole basin Is one of four 
known oil basins In the world. The 
others are the Caribbean. Including 
the Untied SUtes oil fields, the 
Middle East and East Indies. 

United States* share of world 
production has dropped from 73 
per cent In 1933 to 60 per^eent las^ 
year and Is still declining Produc- 
tloa In the Middle Bast, however, 
has Jumped from 34.000,000 tons In 
1945 to at leoot 45 (H*) 000 tons this 
year, be said 

By 1981. he said Middle East 
wells should yield at least 90.000 000 
tons n( oil a year, nearly one-quar- 
ter of the world's requirements 













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when >ou have n^oney in the hank. And Ibere is no lielter 
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f>pen a i^svings Account si IV Csosdisn flank of Omiioerce 
next payday. 'IVn add to il regularly. You will be 
surjirised how quickly a regular plan of savings will fidp y<Ki 
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