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FORTY-FOUR PAGES 



MCrORIA, BRITISH COM MBIA, SCNDAY, AUGUST 15, 194B 



NO. 210 — NINETIETH YEAR 



Earh Arrest Seen 



To Preserve Nanaimo 



Blaze at Youbou Bunkhouse 
Indicated Work of Firebug 



Berlin Newspaper Gives Outline 
Of Soviet Model Government 

BERLIN, Aug. U —Communists were reported to- 
night to be speeding plAns for a police iiUte on the Soviet 
model In E&stem Germany. 

Details of a plan for ^'complete SovietUation*' of the 
Ruaalan occupation lone were publiahed by the Berlin 
Christian Democrat newspaper. Der Tag. 

, ^ ^ -hith u wleldm, vmu.Jl, 

UUr ot Oi. 8t.u ot Br»na»bur« 

In the Soviet aonp. 



Jews Say 
Arabs 
Must Go 



First definite indication that the Youbou bunkhouse 

fire May 8 may have been a case of arson came last night 

tn a statement from a B.C. Police official that an early 

arrest was expected in connection with the blaae that co^i 

two lives and injured lA. cuplPd by IS to M ilppplns mlU~ 

Convinced that Uw mfIm of mw- worUra. 

■UB flrw on Vancouver liland In Moat varaped by leaplnc throusb 

th» iMt thrv* month* may hav* window*, but 14 wmn ho*pltaJl»«l 

^ .^. 1 .. by bum* and two kWlPd 

b~nB»r.U,«,c»lMlcl«v:.,pn..ln-,”'^ ^ 

mal police have been conductlns an ^ 

InUnalva tnvasUsaUon Into th* poa* I th* bunkhnuae 

albUlty that aomp ■■flrebus" may Police fnTHtliaUon of the flraa 
b... b»n r«pon«bl.. .« InuitultlM .f«r I to- 

I ceruilary flrca at RUllcra and 
L-t nKht . *, Co«»l.. kercMM And 

-I t»l thAt .n iT«t .rtU b. nu* I 

'■ door. 

H* dacUoed to dlacuai *vl4*oc*| HUUar*. a WOOOO fira demo- 
te connaeUon wlUi th# blaae ^ two-room achool Polka 

aald ao far poUca bad been unable fire had bp«n dPilberatcly 

to find any avldenca eonnacUhi ^ 
the Youbou blaae with -0»«r reewnt *avwmiij.s 

Xalvid flraa. 

Thaaa war* haairtf the flraa 

Ihirthwlndlcao^ that mvrnt^ 

tlon of th. faial bunkhoum Hr* ^ ^ ^ ^ 

war* nawrlnc a climax ^# 7^- of morn than I3.WO.000- 

May from Va^ver There, the ^ acetyltn. torch 

Provtmdal Plr* Marahala offka r#-,^ to ba the cauaa of 

ruaad to connrm or deny a re^rt ISOO.OOO blaat at tha Ottwon 
that a man waa to be •rr.lc«d In Ltd MIU at TahaU. near 

Duncan pollra court Aufuat 3S for 

eettlng tha blaae eauae unknown Uet 

RACED THROUGH WING i g |3, 000.000 blaae which demo- 

Tha bunkhouae fire broke out at Uahrd the Weairm Poraet Produeta 
4 SS Saturday mo mine. May I. It mill at Honeymoon Bay. July 3; 
raced throufh one wins of a two - 1 the LttUeton’a mtil at Sproat Lake, 
•lory bunkhouae naar the lakcaldc June 11. or tha Ladyamlth Sawmill, 
min of BC- Forest Product! near Nanooae Day. which burned 
lAlmlted. The bunkhouaa waa oe- : early In July. 



TEL AVIV. Urael, Au« 14 .-PI - 
larael threatened today to drtva Uta 
Invadmc Arab armlea out of all 
Palpaline "by meant of war" uniraa 
the United NaUone compela their 
withdrawal. 

Oavid Ben-Ourlon. Prime MlrUaler 
nf larael. told a council of the Labor 
Party < Mapal • that the Jeaa must ba 
prepared for "a renewal of war ac- 



dlacloted the 
plan In a recent epeech. 

Bechler, former major oo the 
Oerman feneral staff who Bimed 
Communist aftetr hla capture by 



I the Commtmim move and has been 
backed by the Western powers. 

A noteirorthy feature of Bechler'a 
plan as reported by Der Ta| U the 
centralUatlon of the Huaelati tone 
police forca "to mak* the inUre 
police orfinlaaUon of th* aone the 
weapon of tha Socialist Unity Party ' 
Th* laws of tha Allied Control 
Council for Germany, to which the 
Rusalans sutasenbed. forbid een* 
trsKisUon of aonal police 
Bechler also la reported to have 
proposed croaUon of a control com- 
mlaalon of truated Oommunlsu tn 
puah throufh the plan. Tha body 
"ihould have power* to check on 
th* work of every ministry except 
the Interior MJnlsUy.** which con- 
trols the police. 

The Rusaian-cootroUed press ad-, 
muted today for the first tlma that 
In a namt-calUni aUnoapher* of .ertoua food *horta««a exlrt tn the 
aertmony. dlplomaU from both f*e- Sovlei-oocuptod bos Germany 
tlona traded accxisauooi of impartal- oommaotim on a promise from 
lette ambltlOM acrae tb* oonferwo* ' j^ggeow to deUver lOAOO toM of fat 

jtoSasum Oermany.NcuMOeutach- 
Ruaala stuck to Ita no-oomprotnlse land, official newipapar of tha 
pc wH i l est. Wttb the eigiport <rf tb* SovM-eponeored Boclallet JJnlty 
OoOmunlst ealMlMes ah* all but Party, aald the poor harvMt has 
completed the Job of abovloc ; "had eavere effecu In recent waaks." 

through a ntw DanubUo pact' - 

pledging frea navigation but deQy-!|-. . 

ing tha Waetem Power* any eay to, |J 

Out of th# window went an Amerf - 1 1 

can-sponsored amendment to write I TT | TT O 1 

Into the eonveotJon Ann guaranteaa' I I W 

that foreign vessels would gel equal ^ IIUrTI ^ i 

treatment with tha Danube coun - 1 

triae to the way of navlgmUoo new YORK. Aug. 14 uP).-Mn 
prhrlletta cuetoma ehargm, port. Okeana Stepanovna K«»cnklna. Rua- 

-1rA->WlAA» mrtA «a.^IAAI.a- I . ... 



"If lb* Unit'd Nations Is unsbla 
to Implrmenl lu own decUluns and 
compel the Arab slatet to withdraw 
their invading armies not imly from 
Israel but from th* whole Palestin* 
territory, then the Jews will have to 
do so themselves." he said 
"The presence of foreign armies in 
Palafilne threatens Urael's exist- 
ence and Is furUtertnorr a spectacu- 
lar breach of international law ’ 



Acrimony 
Heightens 
On Danube 



NSW YORK. Aug 14 t/Tl A high 
official of the Arab Higher Commu- 
te* In Palestine, Jamal HuasetnL 
asserted today Ah« Arabs "may 
throw themaelvee Into the laps of 
the Russians If America eonftnum 
to support th* pretensions of the 
Zionists'' to the Holy Land. 

The Arab leader said "I expect the 
war vui racommeooe" to PaJaeUna, 
R* addad. 

*’lt will be oonttooad Indefinitely 
uoUl th* Araba aohiev* ihair objec- 
Uvea. Rven If they are defeated 
they «U1 oooUnue to fight from out- 
side PalesUne.** 



Dominion Losing Citizen 
For Each Incoming Trio 



P ICTURED above are rock 
carvings to Petroglyph Park. 
Nanaimo, mads by a race which 
Inhabited Vancouver Island before 
the coming of the Indians. R. H. 
Plommer. feoaral ermnegar of On- 
nadlan Conerlee (Dunsmulr) Ltd.. 
wlU turn ever the deed to the park 



property to Hon. George 8. Pear- emmant decided to proaerve tha 
SOD. Provincial Secretary, during a carvings, discovered to IMO by 
dtoner and dedication oeramony Mark Bate BetenUste hav* not yet 
next Thursday. Bruce A McKelfle. been able to decipher their mean- 
lautbortty on Indian lor* and the tog. Mr. McKalvle belUvae .thg 
[early hlstorr ot BrtUsh Oohunbla. | park cHa was used by an early race 
|VrtU speak at the dinner. It was of sun-worehlppcn. poaslbly agreral 
I tfarougb hie efforts that th* Oov- Ithoiieand years ago. 



By TOM GREEN that for the six months from July 

Le«*abt Ottawa CerveepeDdeat i. jh 7. ontll tbs end of Deoember 
OTTAWA. Aug. 14.— Canada lost lut admlmlons to the United 
on* olUxeo to the United 8Ute* for sutae for permanent rmldenoe 
every thrm new dUaane who came from Canada numbered IMXO, of 
10 this country during 1347, official »wch only lAM were quoU and the 
figures dlaeloee. Unofficial flgurwa balanea natives of Canada. These 
for the early part of this year Indl- lindkaU an Joereaae to the south- 
eate no marked change. ^ward movement compared with the 

The Delly Colonist hes obtatoed preceding IS-month period, 
from Immigration authorities In' On th* credit aide. Canada wel- 
Waahlngton Agurm on Uie number •»“«> ne* ciUsena last year. 

.t CA8A8IAD. lAUn. UP nddAUAA ' rAlumta, 

. . from the United States and an 

to th* United States— Information number of American elUaene 

which U could not get either from eeeklng new homes to ibis country, 
the ImnUgratlon branch of Um j But when one bedancee those fig* 
Canadian Department of Mlnsa and urcs of UB tmmlgranta and rctum- 
Reeouroas or tbs UR. Enbasey to ing CanadUna with tha 33.000 to 
Ottawa. jx.OOO Canadian* who went to th* 

For th* UR. fiscal yaar, July l.lunlted States. Canada la stlU .on 
1344, to June 30, 1347. Washington the debit aide by 6,000 to 3,000 
report* a total of a.447 persona | Canadian Immigration authorltlas 
antared the United Btatae frmn report that th* pace of Immigration 
Canada for permanent realdenoe. generally Is accelerating and that 
Of this number tMl were ‘‘quoU” figurm arc a Uttie higher for the 
Immlgrents <non-Canadlaae> and nm six months of 1341. than to th* 
the remainder weie non -quotas ^me period last year. The UR. 
(natlvae of Canada!. Immigration tcrvtc* reports the 

Bringing the figurae up to dai*. earn* trend with refer* no* to Cana- 
OR IminlgraUon authorities state ! dlani golnf to the United States 



Uranium Ore Found 
North of Vancouver 



In Distress 

SEATTLE, Au(. 14 (A>). 
— A distress call from a 
■mall plane and discovery 
of wreckage of another tn 
Southeaitem Alaska were 
reported tonight by Coast 
Guard headquarters. 

The distress call aald the 
plsne was “en route from 
Annette Island to Port 
Hardy, B.C.” 

The wreckag:e of a plane 
waa found on Prince of 
Wales Island. 



Imsit Johnson waa named yaa- 
Urday as the prospector who has 
discov e red Bntuh Columbia's first 
authentic 



With tbs aid of a Geiger counter, 
whose alow ticking oolac becomaa an 
Inbstent clatter In tha presence of 
radloective ore. Johnaeo 



deposit of the mnst 
sought-after mineral -uranium 
Naming of the SS-year-otd Uanl- 
Coba-bom prospector came as a 
sequel to a story to The Colonist 
July 31, when it was first an- 
nounced that th* valuable ore had 
been found to the Province 

located near Gunn 



A State Department spokesman 
said the Bovlet envoy insisted the 
Russian consulate be permitted to 
station a 34-hour guard over Mr*. 
Koaenktoa. that Consul - Gcrwral 
Yakov Lomakin ba permitted to vlaii 
her, and that the tojured womaa 
be moved anywhere the consul -gen- 
erel dealgnated. 

Lovett rejerted the demand on Uve 
ground the United States does not 
have the right to require Mrs Roeen- 
kln* to place herself unwillingly un- 
der the control of anyone. 

Leaving tha Stale Department. 
Panyushkto admitted to newsmen 
he saw Mrs Kosenkina In New York 
last week but denied published re- 
ports he sought to have her sign an 
affidavit attesting sha was not held 
forcibly at the consulate. 

Meanwhile. Rep. Karl E Mundt 
<R. 8D.). the committee’s acting 
chairman, wired the New York 
polloe department a suggesUem that 
an lnv«*Ugation be made, of the cir- 
cuinstanoes under which the short, 
tSown-halred teacher "Jumped or 
was thrown from a window of (h* 
consulate ” Th* telegram added. 

"I am advised no diplomatic Im- 
munities stand to'Way of tovesUga- 
tloo on premises and direct Inlerro- 
gation of woman to get true facto 
of case ** 



found 

" Intensely radlo-acUvs ‘ minerals in 
llaitd owned J. M. Taylor, a Van- 
[couver mining man. 

Later, be 



docking, and shore fa cUl ti e a. siao school teacher, accepted a sub- 

The vote was seven to throe with 1 poena from the House Un-American' 
^ Unlt^^eutoa wln^ •WPport 1 AeUvltle# Committee today, thereby' 

[coming under th* Jurisdiction of tbe| 

the question of when and where the 
Western Power* will take V ‘ 
sUnd and the effect It win have on 
rvlatlorw among the big powers. 



only from Britain and Prance. [coming under the Jurisdiction of the 
The action left to b* answered] United SUim Oovemmenl 

*n>c 63-year-old woman accepted 
Uielrj the subpoena from Robert B Strip- 
Ung. th* commlttoe’s chief inveeU- 
gator, to her Rooeevclt Hocpltai room 
at about the same time Russia de- 
manded full control over her cus- 
ihS tody and tb* United Statae in effect, 
flatly rejected the demand, 
f RECOVERINO 
^ I Mrs. Koaenkina Is recovering fnm 
^^'-~'eerlou* Injuries she suffered when 
* ^ I she iceped from th* third floor of 
the Bovlet oonsulete her* Thursday, 
from Bhe claimed she had been held a 
j prisoner there 

I Kooeevill Hospital authorlUce to- 
night aald Mr*. Koaenktoa was 
n-oldi ‘'steadily improviag but still on th* 
She critical list." 

forthj The Russian damand waa made 
ndla, I in Washington by Soviet Ambaaaa- 
Aleu- dor Alexander 8. Panyushkln during 
ilAnd, a conferenec with Under-Becretsuy of 
I State Robert A. Lovett. 



obtained elmUar re- 
ifcponsea on adjoining- Crown prop- 
'ertie* end filed his claim. 

I He has since entered partnership 
I with Egll LomUen. of Vancouver, 
'in a private syndicate. Pacific 
Uranium, to develop th* property. 

On the first announcement of tb* 
find In The Colonist. Or. Walker 



The strike. 

[Lake In th* Bridge River district, 
1 130 miles north of Vancouver, 
climaxes II years of peoa pec ting for 
Johnson. « 

Dr J P. Walker, deputy minister 
of mines, who told of the "find" 
two weeks ago. oonflraad yester- 
day's reporl 

"Xt's uranium, all right.** he said. 



^Mystery^ Car 

PORTLAND, Matoe. Aim- 3* 
CD.— A special raJtway ear ar- 
rived her* leviigbi by Cansdlaa 
NaUanal lines and la believed te 
have been carrytof PrlSto Mia- 
later MarkeisM* Ring. 

Tws seen wb* l*fl Iht tm 
entered a lleasnaln* sad wer* 
driven away. 



Radicals of Argentina 
Would Impeach Peron 

BUENOR AIRBS, Aug. 14 UPt— which bav* been proposed would 
Argentina's Radical Party called to- permit th* Praaldcnt to cuooeed 
day for th* impeachment of Prest- himself after a slz-year term and 
dent Juan O. Pemn and demanded ! enable the Government to “control 
songr—iinnal InvosUgatlon of wbat the us* and disposition of prlvsto 
R dsscribed ss th* tnrlchincnt of [property* 

Government employ***. I other euggeated amendmento 

AppeoxUnateiy 300 pertonsjwouM permit levying a epeclal tax 

authorts* th* 



Threaten Strike 

gPRINOriELD, 0_ Aag- M UP). 
— Bxecatlv* board Msabef* *f 
C.LO. United Ante Werkers. Local 
433. tealgbl aaoMoeed th* later- 

naUeaal Harvawte r plant b«rn#r1U 

be strack uldnlgtat Monday anWns 
a enntra«t agrss a s x t la roarbad. 
The SprtngfleM plaat eaipleys 
4,733. ef which 3,433 ar* aM«ber* 

*1 tb* rjtw. 



Commons, Lords Study 
British-French Tunnel 



LONDON. Aug 14 (/D — Th* . tlon was presented to both bousss 

British Houm of Commons snd'of the Bntkh ParliamenL In prt- 
House of Lords ar* studytog a mo- 1 clscly similar terms. H suggested a 
tloo urging th* Prrnch and British 'new approach to construction of a 
Ooremment to collaborat* to a f rc«h ' tunnel to connect Pranc* and Cng- 
examination of a cro*a-Channel ' land under the BngUsh Channel, 
tunnel project. 

A motion urging this ooUabora 



Runs Aground, 
Packer Freed 



on fOrvignerv and 
Oovemment to engag* to prtvat* 
bualnsxB. m 



1948 Accident Toll 



Christopher Shaweroea, BrIUah 
chairman of the Channel study 
group, which eon lain* members of 
both Rouses and all partlss, pre- 
sented the motion to tb* Oommons. 

M. Lanlel Is chairman of tbs study 
group to th* French Assembly, and 
M. Montler, chairman of the study 
group to the French Coonell 
*n>e motion, noting that the 
eloaest poUtleal. economic and col- 
peraens to RrUlsh Odumbla this tural untoo of Britain and Prmno* 
year. le 'essential to Eiirop— wMl-betag 

Aooordlng to B. B. BtpweO. presl- ■UblUty. asid a tunnal M nsesa- 
d«.t OC ti- antu. o>i»bi. Auto- 

adequate pbyilcal raanumlcaUans 
motiU* Amoetetton. tha two oMim, 

mo to ring hexard tn Rrltlab Oohimtala a*t and air truMport fay Um- 



The Vlctorto flah packer O S. 
Todd, grousdad yaaterday at Apple 
Tra* Point, a mil* from the Kingston 
Perry laDdlng to Puget Sound, waa 
reported on Ks way back to Vletorte 
last night. 

Rpokssman tor J H Todd and 
Rons Limited, owners of tb* craft, 
said they baUeved th* vessel ran 
sgroand on soft mud during s tog 
yaaterday A ooasi guard cutter from 
RpatU* was dispatched to aid iba 
3 3 f oot fishing vessel sartlrr to tha 
day. 



Traffic Toll 
21 Fatalities 



Highs and Lows 
\Of the Weather 

, x:., 



AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS: 

(Pirn a*«n tkm fwtty Isaal. mmsC iMaJ Imr wm vmS . 

VIMStt* Bssana Bat uJt 

Killed ... — J fO) 2 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 

Jpjured IZS (/) 30 (Q) 2 (O) 4 (0) 

Wnticfl repeets io«tr 42$ dam- 
age Of tniary to a persoo) $4$ (14) «5 <2) 25 (I) 25 (1) 

CONVICTIONS. 

Dingcroaa drhmg . — - U2 l5) II (3) 13 (0> 12 (0) 

Driving while intoxicated 10 (0l 0 (0) S (01 0 (0) 

Kiteeding speed finrn . 24A (4) 227 (4» 34 (0) 43 (I) 

Cars impooDded 34 fO) 4 iOl 0 (0> 2 (0) 

All we are aiki^ people to do is not lo run the risk ol kill 
ing ih*nMlv**.-uMcate from Esqeimah Police Chief (Albert 
Stancomb*. 



TODAY’S FEATL^RES 



1 COtONirr TELEPHONES 1 




..14111 1 


AFTER 11:33 P.3L AND BEFORE 1 
AND SUNDAYS 


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Itoanee . 


Pajrt U 


Laaal Now* 


Pagm 1, 11 


Maftoa New* 


Pag* 11 


Radte Prtor*ms . 


PagaitLSt 


Restel Stesy 




Raatel 


Pages 1, 4, lA II 


Bpaele 


Pagte 17. lA. 13 




Pag* U 


tto* Table 


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SUNDAY, lOe 



COLONIST TCLEraONBS 
AO Oip«rUDCDtj .S4111 

Arm ii:«t rjt. ani> urou ajl 

AND SUNDAYS 

Nwi Dmk S4MS 

Raportcn B 0OS 

Bfwru IWOP 

SocIaI. XalADd Nrvt B OiO 

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THl OLDEST DAILY ON THE rAUmC COAST— ESTABUaUED UU 



WEATRBB rOEECAST 

VtetArta azMl Vtctatty— CH —f . Ufht wlndA 
Uult cb*nt« lo UmptfEturv. 

High TodEjr-S». 

YMtcTdijIi SuDEhla*— S boun. 



NO, 210 — NINETIETH YEAR 

Earlv Arrest Seen 
On Arson Charge 
By Poliee Official 

Blaze at Youbou Bunkhouse 
Indicated Work of Firebug 

First definite indication that the Youbou bunkhouse 
ftre May 8 may have been a case of arson came last night 
In a statement from a B.C. Police official that an early 
arrest was expected in connection with the blaze that cost 
two lives and injured 14. ^cupied by ss to w iieepim miu-i 
Conrinced that the mi 1«* of mw> worker*. 
wilQ ftnw on Vuicouver XilEiid Id ’ Mnet ew^«ped by temping through 
the iDit three month* mmy hAve window*, but 14 were hoepltEllaed 

been more than eolneidence. pmeln- | ‘iT^^i^Uer Ore 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COM MBIA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1948 



FORTY-FOUR PAGES 



To Preserve Nanaimo Petro^lyphs 



etoi poUce hAte been conducUng ad 
tntenalve inveeUgBUon into the po*-|t},a bunkhouee 
tlbimy Ihet «ome "firebug'* mey 
hmve been rteponelble. 

La*i night A pt'Uoe offlclAl emld. 

”1 feel UiAt An Arrest will be mAd* 

•oon " 

He declined to discuss svidenoe 
kt connecUon with the blAJS but 



the other 



PoUce InvMilgAtion of the firas 
WAS intensified after Augxist 1 in* 
cendlary ntoe at Rllllera and 
Cooenba. At Coombs. keraaeAs and 
rags were found against * church 
door. 

At HilUsrs A tzoooo fire demo* 
Ushed A two*room school. Police 



so far poUc* bad bMo unable, had been deliberately 
lo fU^ any evidenc* eonnecUng,^ 
tha Toubou blaai with other recent 



Island fires. . 

Purther indlcaUoD that investiga* ! 
kinn of tha fatal bunkhouse fire 
were rwarlng a climax cam* yes* i 
terday from Vanooueer There, the 
Provincial Fire Manhai’s offlca re* | 
ftisad tc confirm or deny a report i 
that a man was tc be arrslgned In 



PIVE SAWMILLS 

Th*M were small beside the fires 
which virtually dsstroyed flvs saw* 
mills In June and July with a total 
damage of more than 13.000.000. 

A spark from an acetylene torch 
was reported to be the cause of 
the 1300,000 blase at the Olbaoo 
BroUien Ltd. MU] at Tahsls. near 



Duncan pollc* court August M for ■ 

•ettlng the blase gmi cause unknown liet 

RACED THROUGH WING i ^ 13,000.000 blase which demo* 

The bunkhouse fire bruke out at Ushed the Western Poreet Products 
4 35 Saturday morning. May 3. It mlU at Honeymoon Bay. July 3; 
raced through one wing of a two* I the UttleUm's mill at Sproat Lake, 
•tory bunkhouse n*sr the Iskeald* June 11. or the Ladysmith Sawmill. ' 
mill of 8 C. Forest Producta near Nanooee Bay. which burned 
timlted. The bunkhouM was oc- early In July. 

Dominion Losing Citizen 
For Each Incoming Trio 

Ry TOM GREEN that for the ail months from July ' 

Caleaiei Ottawa Cemepoiideat i. ih 7. unUl the end of Daoamberl 
OTTAWA, Aug. 14.*^anada loet tut. admlsalons to the United I 
on* clllatn to the United Sutee for' statas for permanent reeldenea' 




Plans lor Police Stale 

I 

In Eastern Germany 
Rushed by Communists 



Berlin Newspaper Gives Outline 
Of Soviet Model Government 



Jetvs Sa y 
Arabs 
Must Go 



TEL AVIV Israel. Aug 14 : • » 
Israel threatenad today to drive tire 



lICTURED 



Nanaimo, 

inhabited 



Weatem Powers on 

—sc. BarMa pbeia i River'# future control heightened 

above arc rock , property tc Hon. Oeorg* 8. Pear- emmant decided to preserve the I today. 

Petroflyph Park. son. Provincial Secretary, during a carvings, discovered Id IMO by 

mad* by a race which dinner and dedlcatkm eeramoniy Mark Bate 

Vancouver Island before nest Thursday. Bruce A. McKelfle. been able to decipher 



BERLIN, Aug 14 \/P) — Communists wsre reported lo* 
night to be speeding plans for r police state on the Soviet 
model In Eastern Germany. 

Details of a plan for ^‘complete SovietLzation" of the 
Russian occupation sone were published by the Berlin 
Christian Democrat newspaper, Der Tag. 

.nll.C^nuoUl ”«"PWt,„u„ui^:onlToll.d 80CI.IUI Unll, 

.Ud ^nyd^hler Interior Min-' p ^ 

r*'. I?', “ P««” »> >'■' 

In U» 80,1,1 •on,, ^lotrt “>«,RuuUii »>n,, now .lm» »l Konomlc ln‘«aini Aiwb wnnliw out o( >U 

« 1« a recent speech. dirisiorship through Its two-year Palciune 'Tiy mesne nl war" unless 

Bechler, former major on the ...... 

German geoerml sUff who turned ‘ ^niied Nation, compels their 

CoounuDist after his capturs byi *^*t is the plan which the Com* withdrawal. 

Ih. Bu-Un. in 1«3 )»>"«>. D.«d Bon.Ounon Pmn, Mlnl.l,r 

<igoseow'B wartime "^Vee w i impose Oh Berlin by incorporating 

‘Committee" ws. reported to have “ * council of the Labor 

an economic stranglehold over the Party < Mapal ■ that the Jew. must be 
“The time it now ripe for creatkm i elected anU*Com- prepared for "a renewal of war ac- 

of the Socialist «ut* wt planned govemmeni ha. oppoaed 

,::.f Cotnm_.:::: m^ve sm* w*.- poeo 

backed by the Western powers United Naiion. la unahl# 

A notrvurthy feature of Bechler'a to Implement lu own decUioita and 
plan as reportsd by Der Tag U the compel the Arab sUie. to withdraw 
cenlraltsatlon of the RumUd si»ne , 

police force "to make the snUr# ‘nvsdihf armlei not .miy from 

police orgsnlaaUon of the ion# the 

weapon of the SoclaJUt Unity Party " then the Jews will have to 

The laws of the Allied Control **" •“ ih^nwrlve*. he aaJd 
Council for Germany, to which the "The presence of foreign armies In 
Ruaatans subscribed, forbid sen* Paleetine threatens Israels esUt* 
trsKtatlon of sonal police enre snd is furthermore a specuru* 

Bechler also la reported to have tar breach of iniernsUonal law ' 
proposed creation of a control com- 

miaslon of trusted Oommunlite to hEW YORK. Aug 14 »>Pi a high 
push through th# plan. The body offinal of the Arab Higher Commit* 
•should have powers lo check on tee in Pslesiuie. Jamal Huaaemi, 
... ministry except ^^rted today 4he Arabs “may 

tb* throw themaelvaa Into the laps of 

The Russian-controlled press ad- 
mitted today for tb* first Ume that 

Bclentlsu hava not I * name-calUng aUnoephere of|,ertom food ahortagas exist In the _ 

» d«iph,r ”« «« u- 



According to Der Tag. ths Com* 

Acrimony 
Heightens 
On Danube 



BELGRADE. Yugoslavia. Aug. 14. 
'vFl. — DliTereoces between Saatem | 
{Europe's Communist bloc and th«i 



the Ruaslans If America oonlinusa 
to support the pretensions of th* 
ZtonUU" In the Holy Land. 



tkma traded aeeumUong of Imperial* I 



th* oomlng of the Indians. R. H, authority on Indian lor* and ths ing Mr. McKclvie bsUsv#* .4M ! Oommealliig on a promles from | ^ wUl reooouM^^ 

““•*^®®*'Moacow to deUver lOJOO tons of fat 



in PalesUfw. 



every three new cltlaens who came 
to this country during 1M1. ofBclal 



from Canada numbered 13.133. of 
which only 1.335 were quota and tha 



BULLETINS 



figures dlaeloaa. Unofllclal figures ' balance naUvss of Canada. Thaae I 
for ths early part of this year Indl* 1 mdlcaU an Jncreaae in th# south- 1 
eat* no marked change. *ward movement compared with the 

The Dally Oolonlst has obtained preceding ll-monlh period, 
from Immigration autborltias in On the credit side, Canada wel- 
Waahlngton flfurwe on tb# number <»»«* ^.000 new duseos last yeer. 
.< CM.wdl.» U»l8f up 

_ ; . from the United Slates and an 

In the United Btataa— Infonnatloo number of American dtiaens | 

which It could not get either from seeking new homse in this country. ' 
the Immigration branch of the | But when on* balancsa thoee fig* | 
Canadian Department of Mlnee and uree of UB. immlgraDts and return* I 
Raeouroaa or the UB. Bmbaasy Inlpig Canadians with the 33,000 to I 
Ottawa. Im.OOO Canadians who went lo the' 

For the UB fiscal year. July 1, 'United States. Canada Is sUtl .on 
1346. to June 10. 1347. Washlnglnn ' the debit aldt by 5,000 to 1.000. 
reports a total of S.4«7 persons Canadian immigration authoriUea 
asitered tha United Statas from report that the pace of Immlgralion I 



Canada for permanent realdenca 
Of this number IJHl were “quota" 
Immigrants inon-Canadlanai and 
the remainder we^ noo-quotax 
(natlvee of Canada*. 

Bringing tb* figures up le date. 



generally is accelerating and that 
figure* are a UtUe higher for the [ 
first six months of 134g.than in th* 
same period last year. Tha UJS. 
Immigration eervlc* reporta th* 
same trend with reference to Cana- 



UB Immigration authorities state idlans going to th* United 8ut« 

Radicals of Argentina 
Would Impeach Peron 

BUENOS AIRES. Aug. 14 OF) — which have been propoaed would 
Argentina's Radical Party called to* permit the President to succeed 
day for the Unpeachroant of Preal- himself after a six-year term and 
dent Juan D. Feron and demanded enable the Ooveriunent to ‘‘control 
aoftgrs— tonal Investigation of what tha use and dlsposUioo of private 
R deaertbed as the enrichment of | property." 

Oovemment employeei. Other suggMted amendments 

Approximataly 100 persontiwouM permit levying a special tax 
gathered near th* Houses of Con- on foreigners srul authorla* ths 
greet following the protests by the Government to engage tn prtvau 
Radical Party, which Is conserva- butinea. » 

Uve in laodency. ,| 

A Dcar-panlc developed whR* two 
email bomb* gxploded PoUce dls* 
perMd the crowd at>d arrested eight 
persocM on suspicion they were con- 
nected erUh the axploalons. 

The Radicals' proieeta cam* as the 
Chambrr of Deputies approved 
Oovtmaaant • sponsored iegisUUon 
lo call a national eoovsntkm to re- 
wrlu the coneUtUUon. Tbs vote 
was N to 33. 

Tha measure new goes to th* 

Bensls, where Its approval is sasured 
■Ino* that chamber'k memberMp 
aalMr MpporU Peron. Argentina's 
mnstttuUoo was adopted tn 1133. 

Frtodpal eensUUiUonal changes 



In Distress 

SEATTLE, Aug. 14 </P). 
— A diatreag cmll from • 
antAll plane and diacovtry 
of wreckage of another In 
Southeaitem Alafka were 
reported tonight by Coast 
Guard headquartei% 

The distress call said the 
plane was *‘en route from 
Annette Island to Port 
Hardy. B.C." 

The wreckage of a plane 
was found on Prince of 
Wales Island. 

“Mystery” Car 

POETLAND. Mala*. Aag- 
CF>,— A special railway ear ar- 
rived her* lonlfhl by CanadtaD 
NaOewal Un«* sad la believed la 
have been carrylag Frlmc Mla- 
iater Mackeaxi* Riag. 

Twa saea wba left the ear 
ealered a Hmewala* sag were 
driven sway. 



U ranium Ore Found 
\North of Vancouver 



Plocnmar. gaoerai maoagar of Cap,#drly hlaiory of BrWsh Oohunhla. park HU was used by an early raca'.^M, ^ ^ 

nadlan Oollariee (DuMmuir) Ltd , {will speak at th* dinner U was of lun-worthlppera. pcxidbly sgveral'^^' , to Eastern Germany. Neu«#0*utach-i U wui be eonUnusd Indefinitely 

wlU turn over th* deed to th* park, through his efforts that the Oov* Uimwand yean ago. I stuck to !U no-compromlae land, official newspaper of the , “nl*! U»* Arabs echiev# thaU objec* 

— ^pnattiM ETUh the support of the aovlsg-eponsored Socialist ^nlly Rv**- Etcd If they are defeated 

' CXttmuillBl sa t eURe s ah* all but | Faily. said th* poor harveei has they wUI continue to fight from out- 

coinpleUd the )ob of sbovtngj 'had eevtre effects in recent weeks ", aide PaleetlTW.'* 

through a new Danublan paetl . . ... . , 

pledging free oavlgailoo but deny* ' 
ing ths Western Fowera any say In, 

Its administration. 



Out ot the wizMlow went an Amert- 
can-eponsored amendment to write 
Ernest Johnson was named yea* I With tha aid of a Geiger counter, ^ventKm firm guarantees 

terday as the pro s pector who has ^«Koee alow Ucklne noia* h»rnmi>a an veeeela would get equal 

dlacoverad British Columbia'# first ^ 7 ^ «wn* 

InMstent clatter In the presence of' trie# in th* way of navigaUon 



Subpoena Puls Teacher 
Under U.S. Proleclion 



authentic deposit of the most 
sought-after mineral— uranium 

Namlog of the 35*year*old Mani- 
toba-born proepector came as a 
sequel to a story in The Colonist 
July 11. when It was first an- 
nounced that the valuable ore hed 
been found tn the Province. 

The strike, located near Gunn 
Lake 



NEW YORK. Aug. 14 uF) -Mrs 
Okaana Stepanovna Kosenklna, Rus- 
sian school teacher, accepted a sub- 
poena from the Houm Un-Americeui 



radioactive ore, Johnson found prlvtlegee, customs chargM, port 
"InUnsely radlo-acUvt" mlneraU m'**®*^*®*- facilities. 

land owned b# J M. Taylor, a Van- ! *“ •'’*" ^ - 

enuvar mintna m.rt 1 '^"‘**** BUUt Winning tqpport AcUvUle# Committee today, thereby 

only from Britain and France (coming under th* Jurisdiction of the 
Later, be ob^ned aimUar re* The action left lo be answered I united eiatw Oovemment. 
senses w^Joming- Crown prop* I the question of when and where the The 63-year -old woman accepted 
ertiee and filed his claim — . i * 



A State Depsrtmeni s(iok*amaa 
said th* Soviet envoy insisted th* 
Ruaslan eonsuiate be permitted to 
station a 34-heur guard over Mrs. 
Koeenkliu . that Consul • Oetwral 
Yakov Lomakin be permitted to visit 
her. and that the Injured woman 
be moved anywhere the consul-gen- 



climaxes II years of prospecting tor 
Johnson. t 



iWaatem Powers will take thelr| the subpoena from Robert E Strip- era! dasignaUd 
He has ainec entered partnership , sUnd and the effect It wlU have on Uog. the committee s chief invesU-[ Lo,ett rejected the demand on th. 

gator, in her Roosevelt HtispUai room I, round the United suics does not 

at about th* same time Rumla de- have the right to require Mrs Kosen- 



190 *^^''‘^^{with Efti Lomtsen. of VarKouver. ' relations among the big powers 

tX mite, north ol V«oou.er.|,„ . .rnOlcte. PmUflc po n 

Uranium, to develop the )>roperty. 

On ihe first announcemeot of the 
Dr. J F. Walker, deputy mlnUl*r,find in Tha Colotiiat. Dr. Walker 

said a Clinton proepector had found 
luos* surface material In aarliet 
prospecting forays. 

But th* most recent find, he went 



of mine*, who told ot tb* ''find" 
two weeks sgo, confirmed yester- 
day's report 

Tt's uranium, all right” be said. i 



Woman Plans 
World Flight 



"and th* first authentic discovery 
In British Columbia of which we 
have definite information 



CAMBRnXiB, Eng . Aug. 14 

onT - I * ""“r 'T7.*” .*• 



A guaranteed market for <he next, ... , ^ ^ -- -- 

five yean aasurca s return of 33 761“®®®^ off from ^Bh# claimed she had been held 



manded full oontrol over her cua-i mn, herself unwillingly un- 

tody and the United Sutes in cSeci,' oer the control of anyone 
n.U, rttecteh U» demmid. | Ltep.rtm.nl, 

RECOVERING j Puiyuahkln admitted to newameo 

Mrs. Kosenkina R reeovertng fcoraj he saw Mrs Koaenluna tn New York 
aerious injuries ahe suffered when. last week but denied published ra- 
sh* leaped from the third floor of ^ ports he sought to have her sign an 
the Soviet consulate her* Thursday 'affidavit attesting ahe was not held 



Threaten Strike 

grRfNOPlELD, O.. Aag. 14 JTi. 
— Exeeotiv* beard mMbers ef 
C.I.O. United Aale Wsrhers, LscaJ 
4dt, tealghl snneeneed tb* laier- 
aalleaal Harvester plaal bereffrlU 
be sirwek mldnlgbt Monday nniew 
a rontrael agree w l R raaebed. 
The gprtngfWM plaat empleys 
4.7M. of which L4M are wtt 
mt tb« UJi.W. 



first woman to pilot a light aircraft f _ _ _ 

.. _ forcibly at the coneulaU. 

Dr. Welker said that Johnsonla pound for or* of specified con- "**^ *^^ | prisoner there Meanwhile. Rep Karl E Mundt 

had don* "a good piece of work“ltent l«igln« plane. Roosevelt Hospital aulhorlUc* to-j'R. SD>, the committee's acting 

and had shown much astuteness In] Johnson has hunted gold and; ** lucharda Morrow-j ^ighl aald Mrs. KoeehUna was chairman, wired th* New York 

deliberaiely selecting the Bridge'oiher precious metaR since 1330 i>M>th*r of an 13- month-old j -steadily Improving but stUl on the police department a suggestion that 

River country Th# dRtrirt R rich 1 the FUn Flon area, the Cariboo, engineer She ertUcal Ust ‘ Ian investigation be made. of the elr- 

In cobalt, which R often asaoclatad i Montana. Quebec and the North- to fly ^ MarsellR, Northj The Russian demand waa mada , cumstancas under which the short, 

with uranium. _ I west Tirrltortea 



1948 Accident Toll 



Commons, Lords Study 
British-French Tunnel 

' LONDON. Aug 14 CF~-The,Uon was presented In both bouam 
I British House of Commons . snd of the BriUdi Faxllameot tn pre- 
Hoiise of Lords are studying a mo- 1 ciaely similar UrmL U suggested a 
|Uon urging tha French and British rtew approach to construction of a 
Oovemment to coUaborate lo a freah | tunnel to cennert France and Eng- 
I examination of a croes-Channer land under the Engllah Channel 



Boy Finds Strange Message in Bottle 



I tunnel project 
A motion urging 



this eoUabora- 




AUTOM081L1 ACCIDBNTI; 



TODAY’S FEATURFteS 

ComNs Fage M 

C«lb«4aaa «s Bridge Pag* IS 

Fag* 4 
. Fag* U 

Fagea 1. II 

- Fag* 31 

Page* 3L It 

Serial S 4 ery . Fage M 

Beaial ... Pages g. R IR II 

tperto . Page* 17. IR 13 

TRsatnw ..... Pag* U 

TM* Table Pegs S3 

Yiaiiswew Maad Nrw« . Page a 



trim nsvrt lawt rvertr muJ; w»— s. teui mv t 

VtaUKl* 


sal wta 1 
e»tca 


Ova 

tar 


taeti- 


Killed ... - 


2 (0) 


3 fO) 


0 <0> 


0 (0) 


Iniurec 

Writteo reports lover $35 dam- 


12S (2) 


30 (0) 


3 (0) 


4 (0) 


Sffv or lOjary to s person) .. 
CONVICT10N8. 


545 (14) 


ftS (3l 


35 (1) 


25 (1) 


{iaogcroa* driving . 


Iti i5) 


M (3) 


U (0) 


13 (0) 


Driving vhite inloxiratcd 
r.Kceeifing speed Ihnii 


10 fOi 


0 10) 


0 (Oi 


8 lO) 


346 (4) 


237 <41 


34 (0) 


03 (1) 


Cars tmpeu~i*d ^ 


M (0> 


4 iOi 


0 (Oi 


3 (0) 


All »e are itkmg people (o do is not 


tr> run the mk 


of kill- 


mg (hemteleet — Memo front 
Stancombe 


EeqtiimsU 


Police 


Chief 


Gilbert 



Traffic Toll 
21 Fatalities 

TraSc accldcnta hav* killed 31 
pereens In British Colambla thR 
ynor. 

Aoeordlng lo B. R. RlpweU. presi- 
dent of th* British Ootumbla Auio- 
moldl* AaeclaUoa. th* greateet 
moloBlog hasard in British Oohimlda 
I R Mfleci of ths "right of way" ruR. 
, In Jurt on* month 33S aecidenu were 
I ceased that way 

I “CRtttng In” was rasposialbie for 
IM eecldcota; pamlng «w curves, 
IJI; fttelng off the M*4way. 146. 
an^ taDowlag fbo rionety. Ul 

Frapmty demafi In on* mo^ 
li woo l3RiJSZ7. 

"MoborieU wonder why Insurance 
ratal are ao high." mid Mr. Htpwell. 



Christopher Shaweroas. British 
chairman of the Channel study 
group, which contains msmbers ot 
both Rouses and all pertlsa, pre- 
ssntad the motion In th* Ooounons. 

M LanRI R chairman of th* study i 
group tn th* French Aseambly, and 
M. Montier, chairman of the study 
group in the French Council. 

The motion, noting that th* 
closest poUUcsL economic and cul- 
tural union of Britain and Francs 
R'esesnUal to European wen-batag 
and stability, said a tunnal R nsoss 
saiy to achieve regular, rapid and 
adequate pbyrical comsnonkaUom 
betwe en the two oountrRs. 

Sea and air transport bp them- 
selTOB esu) never provids mondmi 
tranmort for potaoUal mtar-edontry 
traffic, the motion said. 

Ths motion also asM timt th* IIM 
a gi we m ent that such a tunnel was 
feasIbU had bee^eon Br med and dt- 
clafwd that devsimswsngi tinea thasi 
hava incTgssed censtnicttan faeltt- 



Afrtea. Egypt, Baudls Arabia. India,, in Washington by Soviet Ambasaa-itRown-halrsd teacher "Jumped or 
Burma, China. Japan. Th* Aleu- dor Alexsnder 8. Panyushkln during, was thrown from a window of the 
jUan ItlandR Ca n s d a, Greenland, a ronfermec with Under-Secreiary of consulate" Tb* telegram added 
and Iceland. | state Robert A. Lovett T am advised rio dtplomatle tm- 

munlUca stand In way of investiga- 
, tlon on premises and direct Intcrro* 

I gallon (rf woman to get true facts' 
of case ” 

Runs Aground, 
Packer Freed 

Tbs Vietorla fRh packer C. 8. 
Todd, groundsd yesterday at Apple 
Trse Foiol. a mile from the Kingstaw 
Frrry landing in Puget Sound, was 
reported on lU way back to Vtciorta 
last night. 

Spokesman for J H. Todd and 
Bens Limited, own e r s of the craft, 
said thgy bslirved the vessel rsn 
aground on eoft mud during e fog 
yosterday A coast guard cutter from 
Qpstti* was dispatched to aid the 
la-fooC fistUnt vessel earlier in the 
day. 



Ths omHIob smilord a plea for 
bunding • pom tunnel which wcwld 
"but th* answer R obrteajs. Acektenl Itafce Hve yean and cnet Britain and 




Highs and Ixncs 
Of the Weather 

yrwisi- 

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MmUmJ 




Ftirtoa*. 13. yesterday feosM a asrioM meeaag* staffed In m 

•“ «>• •«»€ * el Festar'e Beach ta Keqtamek. K* hebevee.** 

flgurea tall Ihalr own grim staty. Briprehee about (1A0RM3 fstiinnans. f ** *".*** ^ 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. 3.C. SCNDAY, AUGUST 15. 1948 







RALEIGH 



734 FOPT ST. 



TORONTO. AU( 14 CFi -PoUc« 
w«r« fcapt bucy by • wav* of b*«u 
Inti and robbirta* with vtoleno* lA 
Toronto )a*t night. Polk>« blettarv 
•how two mm b**(m and robbed 
•nd ilx men MMulted 



ipoetor-0«Qbr*l of th* Falaetin* 
f*oQc«, iwoMtly *ppolni*d Ooaunl*« 
•fooer of FbUrc to the ftdenUoa 
Mnloyo. orr^ed by olr today with 
40 “boad'plcked' former memben 
of th* Ptlectln* fore*. 



UJS. Ship (’-arries Small Arms 
To Singapore for Tin Miners 

SINOAPORX, Aug. 14 iRoutcri>.ito d*«th under the kUUy* i 
-The 7,iOI-ton United Staiee thlp refuUtloni for lU*ta) P- 

rr-..™. mrno™ •* ' 

Ima. «u> W .»» tf ^ 

American unall arma. reeted 3J penooi un^r th* « 

They wtra cooaltnad to the chief gency lafulallon*. the largcet 
poUe* offlo* at Selanfoe, Bouthwmt ! her In one day elnce the regub 
Malaya, and waiw balleved to hae* i ntroduced. 



Slalin’s Taste for Political Rivalry 
Held Dominant Trait by Bio^rapliei 



Newest Portrait 



Ttke laU Praddeot Maaary^< 
of a coachmaa on a Hapi 
eatata. told m# that it wa* 
htgh'lMndad manner In which the 
Bohemian arietorrala treated hli 
father that lint arooeed hU great 
raeentateot. 

1 aaked eialla the aaiiM queatioo- 



•on ibadowy duUea in RuiaU'i interior 
by Lenin who ruled the movcaient 
•ecrrtly from abroad. 

BtallD wa* atwaya ooodamned, a* 
It w*r*. to a molc'i cxlitenee. while 
Lenin and otheri went m with ihalr 
deatnietive work In the light and 
of Parla, Loetdon. VIeflna and 



Om H*n ha* b** iba Milt* *wM la 
■ alMM MMUa* »t*M *1 )Wf* 
t -KaileA ttfijx ^•r0•r •< A4*lt IDU«r 
• f Tbat wen W JavfO 

^ * ataha OMa-*r*w* 

«• aaawM ara laarr*! 
"^F at hta »ni *M*a 

Othm w* alraaer 
■k «a a«haarvt*nl ihar 

El ^ airiMiJIr ha«* mat 

WJ 1 *k«tr Mmumm 

Sf JBLK / f MAw* ai* fa- 



DIAMONDS 



DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS 
Kfom 



45::.jiioo 



mining oompany fe# Imoe to am- 
, ' yea of mining oooeana. 

Sereral bundrad troop* and polio* 
(weeping area* about U mile* from 
Kuala Lumpur for Oommuntot hld«- 
ouU ara ndng mine detacton In a 
search for arms dump*. 

The flat flv* terrorlata Mnt«Do*d 



mt / A Wftai waaa* aiaim 

‘h* aar ha made me 

^^■^a.\^*h.%*' a soelalld 

' • n a r k aWa an* nallOll. T 
paaa«*aila« at* a ai ... urw. 

•MIL LIWWUI or Jaaaab S(*n* 

*a*T vriiiM tea. the tuu 

vMetota* ka «>• *aan of noSant kiw i,.. .... 
raakr SmU bar* aa*>aa Um laaMa dra 

•lorr a» «m i*ai aiaU»- and *hjr a# aniwi dormitories, 
bw roll lodar aa on* •>( hiaMnr ■ draal .. 

•awwaa they would 



Most ta the others wore 



Island. 

Chinese. 

A Malay poheeman wu shot and 
killed yasUrday when about M ter- 
rortsU ambuahed a patrol In the 
South Muals Kangsar dlitiict of 
Perak. 

Colonel H N. .Oray. former In- 



Bodallat. I became CLOOMT TEAM 
ily n|ien the discipline ooly natural that such a man 

sfy aroused my Indlg- to bear a grudg* toward his 

It plaoe (earned srtth fortunate coieradea, atid gats 
w* tad our *"“1^ gloomier with every year that goes 
I would rummage about ^iboui *ny change in his situ-’ 
■rs snd papers In the ^ 

And quite similarly i — * 

In their never-ending ’ When, after the revolution of 
munsge about to our' IMS. the various poUUcal fscuom 
I cams into bclog, Stalin was sta- 
weMvi ' chiefly for some ysars In the 

TO REBEL I region of Baku He was occupied 

the thing I eouldn'tjiruh organumg Russian worker7| 
imed me into a rebel through lecture* and the dlstrlbu-l 
> Arst Ulegal SorUllst Uon of pamphlets. At the same' 
to the Caucasus, snd time ta was Indoctrinating the 
to get h<dd of one of peasants with th* Marxlaiv principle 
I. I said to myself. ‘1 that they could liberate themselves 
tw the man who has'^lj under the leadership of or- 
j ganlaed labor. 

• that StaUn was *«-j st^xin had already accu m ulated ^ 
the seminary when hejjjjy^j, knowledf* and gone through; 
old- I many «xperl«nces when h# first read' 

wtwls of Sovlsl RuiaU , mkxi* of Lenin's sscratly pubUsbsd 
rate Stalin's expulsion | nrrttmgs- He was greatly impressed . 
Unary as • dsy of na-| by them. 

^ ‘ When, as a man of 35. ta first: 

ng left the seminary i 35-year-old Lenin in Pin- 

left his parenu' houseij^^ ^ was a ‘great moment in 
ivtnce H* etarted on Bulin's Ufe ! 

^ -I am nothing but a dlsclpl# oil 
of hU career Is don'l want to be re-i 

anything in the girded ss anything else," ta sstd! 

jf other contemporary many years after Lenln'sl 



DIAMOND-SET WEDDING RINGS 
From 



USE OVR CONFIDK.S’TTAT. Bl'PCKT PLAN 



— C^trsl ErvM Osa*4)«s 
PUMIER JOAKPH STAUN 
Wh^ latest official portrait, 
made only laat month by Y. Khaldey, 
one of the top ranking Soviet photog- 
raphers. eppears above. 



man about whom everything seems, 
heavy snd slow: his carriage. hls|****'^ 
gelt, his gestures, and his spescii.j 
Everything sberut him seems' 
stand-oIBsn. eoldly rakulatlng. cau- 
tious— and most of it has a sombre 
effect on his visitors 
I talked lo Stalin for three solid 
hours, sitting oppuUe him. snd he; 
did not look at me once. He seems' 
to be a man without nervM, or at 
any rale a man able to control his I 
nerves (o a degras allogether un- 
canny. He Is taciturn and patient. 

Were his character as a whole 
different, those ehsracterlsttes could* 
have made him a sutesman and! 
popular leader of the stature of ibej 
late Thomas Massryk 'founder of 
the Ctecho-Slovak Republic after the 
Great War. 

NO PHILOROrifER 

But unlike Masar^'k. Btslin is no 
philosopher fltsltn U a man filled 
to the brtm with hidden paMlons, 
aivd therefor* hks life has tab*u a 
courte quite different from tliat of 
the Csech statesman 
We know from hundreds of stud- 
ies that such reticent and slow men j 
who may nevertheless ‘’explode" at' 
any moment, are rvowhere sj fre-j 
quent ss among Aslstica | 

Stalin Is an Asiatic. j 

Imagine, then, such a buttoned-up 
lonely ffgure. usually in a grey |unic 
without any ribbon or medal and 
never tarrying a weapon. Imagine 
his low forehead the Mnngul cut nf| 
his grey eyes his tIght-Upped mouth 
and his hollow, never loud voidk. and | 
youll have a pretty accurate picture 
of what Sailn lool^ like. , 

He waa bom. almost 70 years ago. 

In a wretched four-room brick house 
The upper parts of Us walla are 
covered with rough boards. 

LXn WITHOUT HOPE 

This little house stands In a small 
provincial town of the Caucasus: 
ration, wtioee name Is abmit as 
tongue-twisting as that of Stalin's 
orlflnaj family name Practically 
sQ Russian Communist leaders of 
his geoeratloo adopted aliases i 
Tir one of those four rooms Stalin's 
father, a cobbler, had his workshop, 
while the idjolning room served 
as a kitchen for his wlfs when she 
came home at night frtxn her 
factory work. 

The whole atmoephert was en- 
tirely proletarlaiv— and that. )n those 
days, was tinlamount to a life with- 1 
out any hope. | 

For in the province of GeorTta.i 
lying between the Ctaplan Bea and 
the Black Sea. only the *c«u of 
property owners who were In a posi- 
tion to pay for the whooUng of th*lr 
offspring oould gwt anywhere In Ilf* 

There was no such thing as a 
peasant. let alone a nobbier, owning I 
land himself Stalins father, born 
before lid. hsd been a serf 
ENTERED REMINART 
The natural defiance the adoles- 
cent must have felt toward the ar- 
rogant arlaiocrate Amn brad In him 
a deep grudga toward the ruling daa* 

—a feeling which oould wall tav* 
turned him into an ordirtary 
criminal. 

But the ardent wish of his mother 
gave another turn to his life. 

A cousin of hen happened to 
know the principal of a religious 
seminary in TifUs. and through that 
relative she beeeeched the principal 
lo take ah'interest In her boy. She 
succeeded, and he entered at 14. ^ 

Now, thst seminary was not ex- 
act^ a monasUo place offering 
Idyllic peace. Actually, students' 






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reason why Btalin earae Into power | 
and Trotsky met his death. . 

Again we realise the Invalidity ofj 
(ta Marxist ihsory according to| 
which economic oondltlons, and not| 
men. make history. 

For the past 30 yaara ws tav*' 
been watching wUhour own eyss; 
history being made by men. 

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The mrmhrri of the Police Dept, rrcentlv applied to the Police Commission for imreaic in 
*slsry slong with emsin other privtlegei hsving a monetary value, which the Police Commi(»ion. 
•iter Hue and earnett con^iderstioo. could not in view of the City's finsnciat ctrcumitance*. »ee its 
»sy clesr to grsnt. 

The City Council, having been coniulted by the Police Commisaion in the maiter. decided that 
tl|e incrrair in (he rotl of living, which was (he reason for (h* demand* of the Polirr. applied 
equally to all employees of the City, who, incidentally, had already filed •imilar >lrmandi. The 
GtV Council retolved (hat if any increase was granted to any one group of employee*, it mn*t 
be granted lo alL The rate* of pay Uieforr the prevent increase* i were •* follow*' 



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Detectives and Sergeants 
1st Class Constables .... 
2nd Class Constables . .. 
3rd Class Constables . .. 
Probationers 



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175.00 

165.00 

155.00 



The Arbitration Board hat now awarded to the P'dict tncrcatet in talarie* which will make 
the new rate* of pay a* followi 



$225 00 per month 



Detectives and Sergeants 
1st Class Constables 
2nd Class Constables . .. 
3rd Class Constables 
Probationers . ..- 



SPECIALS FOR MON.. TUES., WED 



To theve amouni* nm*i he added a *um of approximately f23 un per man per month, being 
the cost to the City of superannuation, clothing, sick iniurance. etc. 

$ 

The erijinat demand* of the Police Union were lor increases of $2M)0 per- month for Ser- 
geants and Deteclives. and IlS.OO per month for sll lower rank* Durmg the cour«e of the srbitrs- 
(lon, these demands were altered (o an increased monthly amount of $4250 for Delectue* and 
^grants. $3^39 for 1st Cls«* Consiahle*. $.16 26 for 2nd Ctss* Coniiables and $34 20 for 3rd Class 
ConiUble*. 

The City Council considered it wa* quite unable lo pay these arDounls. and submiued that (he 
mAsimum increase which might be grsnled. based on the Co*t of Living Index a* of June 1st. 
194ft. was $11. .12 per month for Detectives. Sergeants, and 1st Class Constable* and $5 82 per 
month for 2nd and 3rd Class Constable* 



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The Police Union made eerlatn further demands, chief of which were a 40-hour week an 
incret*e in annual shoe allowance from $16 00 to $20 00 per year, an increase in the clothing allow- 
•nre to plainclnthes personnel from $14000 to IlSOOO per rear, extra hoUdsys with pav. tranipor- 
(•(ion pas***, etc., all of which would cost the Oiy • very considerable sum of money. 

It was pointed out to the Arh-tfsiion Board th«t if the demands of the Polir* lmu>n were 
granted, and similar inrre**** granted to all employees of the Citv, Iht cost would be rlo*e to 
$.V)0.()tiO no per veir, a sum which the Cttr Council i* quite unable to pay without raiting the tax 
ra'c about 7 mdls. 

This statement i« pubUahed by the Police Commission and the City Council to (hat the 
public may he fully informed of (be main fact*. 



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A neesst aequWOoo of UecOaonkTi United. 741 Talas 8t. eneblae Mr. MacDenald to Beta quick buyliw trip* ell over the conUnent end lo 
iDipeet Use merehenUee pereoneUy before purehesc It eleo sllovs hln to meet the tnoimfsotaer penanelly end ^eee hh ordrr right at Ita 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1<M8 



Twelve Victorians Seek Pacific Coast Beauty C 



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VAL KBNNY 
IOC Cimbrtdc* Strttt 



81LL1S WILMS 
MU S«Ubury Wty 



BBRNA FRANKLIN 
1244 TvturuU Driv 



MAUREEN SMITH 
2312 B)*nJnn*op Ro«d 



P ACIFIC NftUoaal ExKtblUon | wood 8tr««t; Ekl« Butler, RXl. 

be«utr ofllcUle found Roy«l Ock; BAty Kerlcy, No. 4. 120 

Vlctorto h»d more than lU eh»re of OoTtnunenl Street. Betty Turtotte, 
feminine creice when 12 repmenu- Royel 0»1 l eitd Dlann* Oould, 2C61 
tlvee filed ■ppllceUone et Doalnkm Dmlhousle Street. Conteet winner 
Theetrc. where VletorU’e cendldete wUl cet locel priaee. free trip to 
for *'Mlu Peclflc Netlonel CxhiU- ' Vencouver exhibition: eppeermnce 
Uon. 1C44" will be choeen by twQot ;on Jimmy Durance PJ4X. »1 k>w end 
Aufuct 17. II and II Shown above chance at "MIm PNX.. 1141’ title 
arc four conteatanu Otnere In- '*^ Wnal Vancouver Judgin*. Auguet 
cu,w P.^0. 

moral Road: Olorta Louifteld. BklUtaf* wlU iupemee bal- 

Sunny Lane: Betty Amoe. 1190 Yatea jot countlnf and wlU crown winner 
istreet: Kay PoUard, 1115 Black- |oo Anal nlchl. 



Even Vegetarians Having Hard Time 
With High Prices oh Today’s Market 

I • •. w .. ■ Mva.Viaii •nhim* ni lutith# nria*# nf Ch^ hlvlter eradea. waa 



Carey and TUUcum Roada yeater- 
day at noon. Baanleb Police re- 
ported No one waa Injured. 

BSQUtMALT VeGION 



The Local Scene 



Legion will hold lU general meeting 
Ml Wedneaday at I pim.. in the 
hall at 623 Admiral! Road The 
executive will meet Tuaaday at 
I pm. 

MARES PLANS 

Alttaawgb ee Viriorla l ue a i b en 
of Loyal Order of Mooae* will at- 
tend the organlzailoB'a Inler- 
natlonal coafrrence tn Chicago 
neit »e«A. they are already lay- 
ing plana for a trip to neat year’a 
eonvrittlon lo San FraneUca. 

VlrtoHa nprrU to omd a largo 
eonlingent by boa. Leonard W. 
Cot. provinrlal Mono* aeeretary, 
mid yeaterday. Vaneoover aim 
plan# to aend a large delegailOB. 

Memben of Vlrtorta Chapter Na. 
15 . Women of Mooae. are organli- 
lof a girla' drill team to lake lo 
the Son Pranelaeo meeting. 



^ — = — - — With Additional District News on Pag* 31 — 

Auxiliary Squadron for City 
Beinff Discusseil by Air Chief \ 

The possibility of forming an aujclliary R C A.F. squad- 
ron In Victoria is being taken up directly with the chief of! 
air staff. Hon. Brooke Clazton. Minister of National De*‘ 
fence, has stated in a letter. 

Writing to MaJ.-Gen. Q. R. Pearkes, V.C., M P.. who had| 
written lo him In support of the proposed squadron, thej 



the price of the hlglier gradea, waa 
made yeaierday by a apokeeman for 
gl(y meat dealera 
’’If buyera porsUt in buying low- 
grade cuta. It will aoon coat aa much 
for atew meal aa for airlnln." he aald. 
"Ttic retaUera can't keep buying car- 
raaaea. aelllng the atew beef alone» 
and throwing away the alrlulna ' 
Local meal dealera reported Uteri 
waa no buyera' ruah fur beef yeater- 
day. although It maa the laat day to 
get meat before utcreaaea go into 
effect with removal of the eapori 
embargo on ahipmenU lo the United 
SUtea- 

•Prlcea are too high now for lhai 
to happen," one dealer aald. 

How far prlcea would climb on 
Monday, wholeaalera aald, depended 
on the bidding at the atockyarda in 
Calgary PoUowtng the announce- 
ment Friday, that eaport controla 
were coming off. beef pricca ahot up 
g| a hundredwetghl. Some whole- 
aalera aald the prtre rlae would bi 
much aharper on Monday 
Dealera aald prirea would liM at 
Icaat 30 or 10 per cent. 

*'If beef goca up really high. th«r« 
will be a greater demand for pork 
and lamb and then their prlci wlU 
go up too." a dealer aald 



by Joining the rmnki of the vege- year'a aaiea. while the aalea ol| 
larlana became of high meat prloei. chicken and other fowl were three | 
they are havuw a hard r-r four Umea greaur. FUh and 
time. too. (Canned meau were alao reported U>| 

Ona city grocer aald yaaterday' be aelUng brtakly. with at leaat three j 
prtcea of fruit and vegeUbloa were | Umea the volume of laat year s aale* ] 
on an average three times higher j “But even, this aubaUtute buying; 
than they were ten yean ago. can't go oat much longer." a grocer j 
"Aa an example." he aald, “<rc aald. “It looks like the price of fowl 



City Prowler Escapes 
After Search by Police 

One of Victoria's numerout prowl- 
er* had a narrow escape with the law 
eally yeaterday morning. 

While on patrol. ConaUble Louis 
Kamann aald he «aw a auaplcloua 
character near a Fort Street store 
After eeveral minute* the eonatable 
saw him proceed down a back alley . i 

Apparently aware he wea being 
watched, the prowler made e daeh, 
acroae Meeree Street. Kamann loek. 
chase through Pioneer Square, down 



minister said: • 

“This matter has been under active consideration since 
the termination of hostlUUes. Our plans provide for the 
creation of an auxiliary squadron at Victoria. It is just 
a question as to whether we can find In the district of Vic- 
toria personnel of the various types required, particularly 
groimj crew personnel. 

"This has been the subject of 
active conalderatinn with Mr. May- 
hew <Hcm. R. W. Meyhew, Minister 
of Fisheries end M P. for Victoria) 
and lately repreeentaUons were for- 
warded through him and by a num- 
ber of other* exprecatng the belief 
that sufficient support wu avali- 
ablr to permit a unit belxig started. 

I have taken this up directly with 
the Chief of the. Air Suff. 

'You wtll eppreclate the undesir- 
ability of acUvaUng e aquadroD 
unless It can be efficiently maln- 
Uined ** 

A total of 114 men, hsJf of whom 
were ground iradeemen. have tt- 
preeaed themselves Interected In 
joining the propoeed aquadron. end 
member* of the organlaatlonal 
enmmittee Hate they could double 
the number without trouble 

Name* and number* were In- 
eluded In letters sent Mr. Uayhew 
and Mr. Claxton. 



Rockland Avenue, couth on Van-i 
couver Stmt and Into M<iunt St | 
Mary Hoepltal grounda. | 

Constable Kamann cald he lost U-ej 
man in the dark around the hospitall 
grounds. A squad of eUv puUcemenl 
soon eonverged on the area, but a 
lengthy search failed to locate the 
man. The officer waa able to sup- 
ply a good deacj-lptloQ of the man. 

At 4 am. yacterday. S Croeaman. 
414 Bay Street, reported to 
that a prowler had attempted tO| 



ANNt'AL PICNIC ' 

Member* of the Oak Bay Munici- 
pal BmployeM' Aaanclatlon wtll hold 
an annual picnic at Beaver Lake 
Saturday Special buses will leave 
the Milton Street yard at 10 30 a m.. ' 
returning at 7 pm. 

More than 150 persona arc ex- 
pected to attend the affair, at which 
tea. milk and coffee will be served 
Thoee In charge of the picnic have | 
planned a lengthy sports program- 
• • • 

•Mi DAMAGE 

About gSOO damage waa caused 
I lo a ear owned by W^red D. 

: Harper. 4181 North Oouglea Street. 

I when It was tn colUslon with e 
tree on Cedar Mill Croearoada early 
yesterday morning, according to 
Saanich Police. 

Police said occupants of the car 
received small cuts from flying 

glass. 



Ken Smith Wins 
In Photo Contest 

First prise In a recent YAf.CA. 
Camera Club contest waa awarded 
to Ken Smith for his picture. "Ne- 
lure Boy.** 

Entriee submitted In the competl- 
llon conformed to the general title. 
• ptenk Scenee.** 

Or eg TTiomas' “Philosopher*' 
took second honors with a tie be- 
! tween Maurice Pkksring'a *ln- 
' tercst" and Ken Smith's ‘BtUl Ufe" 
I taking third place. 

I Color alldee were shown at the 
meeting by Norman Meaecrschmldt 



exptrues incurred by driven on 
out-of-town trips. 

nVED 156 * * * 

WUUxm Sfllen, proprietor of an 
Admirals Road raataurant, waa 
^ Aned ISO at a special sitting of 
Esquimau Police Court Friday. 



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AUGUST SALE ■ t'* 



SUPERSTITION 

IN THIS ENLIGHTENED AGE 



PanUa Paw CoeL 
Regular $3Jk 
AUGUST SALE 



Buy With CoriftderKt' 



if Db you still bury a dishrag to remove o 
wort on your finger? Perhops not, but some 
do. Yes, even osofetido is still worn on a 
string obtxrt the neck to word off illriess. 

These cose^ ore extreme, but surprisingly su- 
perstitious notions about diseose oryj treot- 
mdnt ore held *n this enlightened oge. 

Before you accept second-hand stotements 
thot hint of witchcraft, consult your physician. 
He olone is competent to evoluote methods of 
prevention ond treatjnent of disease. 

Bring your prescription to us. 



Nertbem Mnekrat Ceei (Backt) 
Regular $525 *401 

AUGUST SALE . we 



MMk Choker (2 ahlo) 
Regular lltt. 

NOW . 



Silver Fox Fair 
Regular $19850 
NOW 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY, AUCIJST 15. 1948 



,1858 Zht Safin (Solnniat i94s 



Giles in America . . . 



AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER RELIED UPON THROUGH 
NINETY YEARS OP PAIR DEALING 
VictorU 0»B«d »od Op*r«e«d 

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12] t Broed Street. Victoria, B.C 

•MmHvUm pf Mr MTfMr 11 p»f MMiUk 9r M4i. •mien Bmmt* »o« ffiMe a«MlKM(. M 

»•( »Mtk. OtMr MMtrtM «M per r«*r. II t* »«r »MU. 

SUNDAY. AUGUST IS. 1S4S 



S teadiness ts a durable quality In 
human character. It wears well. In 
human afTalri the race ii seldom to the 
swift, but to those rather who can stand up 
to reverses, weather setbacks and forge 
ahead when storms abate. Steady Indi- 
viduals have balance, something to strike a 
mean between the coldness of reason and 
the Impulse of fMllng. They perform much 
of the world's work. Certainly It Is they who 
clear away the debris after human failure, 
crisis or calamity. 

Steadiness In human nature seems to 
come from self-control and purpose; from 
the self-dliclpllne of a well-ordered exist* 
ence an<^ some clear goal that Is held In 
vision. It is ■ quality much needed In the 
world with Its alarms and upsets, Its dan- 
gers and Its ill-defined fears. There would 
be fewer alarms and more progress if there 



were more balance In living than Is current 
in these trying times. Impulse has ever 
betrayed man to his own undoing, while 
reason by itself Is not enough 
The steady people of the world are the 
builders. It Is they who get things done. 
Put them down in any situation and they 
will not only make the best of It. but also 
will shape circumstances to a more com- 
fortable fit. They are often leM colorful 
than the impassioned and the visionary, 
but they are more effective. Tasks left In 
their hands are done, and well done. What 
success life hu to offer comes their way 
more often than to those who run at life by 
fits and starts, holding to no purpose long. 
Human nature being what It Is, self-re- 
straint is a useful quality. The world could 
do with more of the steadiness which holds 
to the task and follows through. 



Motor Vehicle Licence Distribution 



G reater victoria areas wUl receive 
$183,597 this year from the one-third 
share of provincial motor vehicle 
licence revenues which is handed to the 
municipalities. As there are 97 munici- 
palities to participate In $1,529,300 to be 
distributed the benefit is spread thinliy. 
Vancouver will receive $672,109. and other 
cities in proportion to their population. 
Meanwhile the Province will retain $3,058,- 
600 of these revenues for Itself. In addition 
to the gasoline tax, drivers' licences, public 
CBiTiers* imposts and other assorted rev- 
enues from motor traffic. 

In this region. Victoria City will receive 
$107,565: Saanich. $44,358. Oak Bay. $22.- 
553, and Esqulmalt $9,121. Even locally, 
this form of distribution leaves a good deal 
to be desired. Esqulmalt. with the smallest 
population of four adjoining municipalities, 



carries some of the heaviest traffic on the 
arterial routes leading to the Island High- 
way. By contrast. Oak Bay will receive 
several times as much, the population test 
having no relationship to the state of the 
roads or their use. 

Comparatively speaking, Victoria City 
will fare worst of all It not only con- 
tributes the bulk of all provincial revenues 
collected from motor vehicles in this area, 
but has a highway problem that will re- 
main totally unsolved by this means. If 
the Government would Implement the 
recommendations of Its own commissions 
and recognise the upkeep of municipal 
roads which serve a common provincial pur- 
pose, some of the inequity of the present 
situation would be removed. As matters 
stand the Province will still take two dollars 
to the municipalises' one 



A'«ry ^ eek If Vw Outstanding Success 



B right weather, excellent hosts and 
some first-class fighting ships made a 
distinguished success of Navy Week, 
which drew to a close yesterday. Large 
numbers of citizens In the Greater Vic- 
toria area took advantage of the oppor- 
tunity to see something of the work of the 
Senior Service In peace time, and they en- 
joyed the International character of the 
welcome they received under three friendly 
flags. 

Special interest attaches to H.M.S. Shef- 
field. the British cruiser which shadowed 
the Bismarck across the Atlantic In the 
headlong chase which led to the end of 
that German commerce raider Marks 
from the shells of the Bismarck, including 
closely-grouped shrapnel holes In a pic- 
ture of a member of the Royal Household, 
are shown with pride In memory of that 



epi(^. While the ship's complement has 
changed since, there still Is one man on 
board who has been with the cruiser since 
she was first commissioned. Her shining 
main batteries and Intricate fire-control 
system drew many eyes. 

The port was fortunate also In having the 
U.S S. Remora, an advanced American sub- 
marine. to share in the occasion. A gen- 
erous measure of attention was bestowed on 
her by the public, under the friendliest and 
most cordial of welcomes. 

It Is natural that Canadian fighting 
ships should draw special interest. The 
cruiser Ontario, three Tribal Class de- 
stroyers and a frigate made a representa- 
tive showing of the commissioned units in 
Canada's peacetime navy on this coast. To 
all who shared in making a fins success of 
the occasion the thanks of the community 
arc due. 



Letters and Excerpts 

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f»ir N* Mto« *111 to to wWto «t to Mrt. i»m»« to* to««»tor* *M *f to* 

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TRANKS EXrRESSBD 

Bir.— Throuih tht msdium of your p«p«r, my 
family and I wish to voic* our admlraUon and 
thank! to S|t. Piarct and the Saanich Police 
who worked under hU dlrocUon in the aearch 
and recovery of our dear eon from the Waten of 
Proepect Lake. 

' Word! !eem inadequate to expreae our fraUtudr 
to them all for their prompt arrival with all 
equipment neceeaary for llfe-eavtnB. and their 
cqpitant attention to the work of finding our eon 

Saanich realdente may well be proud of auch 
a fine group of men on their police force. 

We aUo wi!h to thank the diver, J. Collin!, 
and hi! atflatonts from the Salvage King, who 
gave their time and aid in the aearch 

r. HENDERSON. 

2701 Belmont Avenue. Victoria, B.C. 
REGIMENTATION 

Slr.^Our pollUco-economlc world le half way 
upalde down. Intldc out; In a eUte of flux, in- 
creasingly chaotic, and unleai eomeihlng ehakea 
u! back to eanity. alabllUy and Imbues us. In- 
cluding the powere that be, with eome old-faah- 
loned determination to lUnd on principle, 
agalnit eelf-lntereel. compromlae And appease- 
mcnL the greateit. most complex economic ma- 
chine devlaed by the human race to date U head- 
ing for the greataet eraah humanl^r hae ever 
experienced. 

The free man of the world have recently 
emaehed a nation which had Ideae about what 
wa! good for other people, about eoonomlo se- 
curity that Involved regimen tation. loae of indl- 
vidua] and national freedom and subeervlence 
to the maeter planners vtthbut complaint, oppo- 
sition or reconrae to law. Yet all the faetore In 
that International struggle are already evident, 
entrenched, seeking to etrengthen and extend 
themselvee in the nauonai nfe of those who roes 
with all their power to defend those who refused 
to pay the price demanded of them for eesnsmls 
•ecurity sccording to the master plsnoets* pat- 
tern. 

We ere governed by men who profsee t» mp* 
port and 'defend Individual life, llbertg sad 
democracy, yet who are progreaalvely peaeUMni 
dktatoclal lew enforcement, foaflng mora 
iDOiiey from the penpi# to pay for whtt they 
eooslOer should be done and threatening punish- 
ment and penalties for non-compUance 

If we art going to require a new aet of ma- 
chines to operate every aet of the LegtslaUirs 



and collect a siwelal impoat to pay for U. where 
will .we end up? What we need Is not more gov- 
ernment, boards, bureaus, commlstlons or tax- 
ation. but more aeonomy, a thorough Sverhaul 
of Ooverament machinery to eliminate InefD- 
clency, overlapping and other abuses . . . 

J. BUUJVAHT. 

1547 Yale Street. Victoria. BC. 

9MOEINQ IN CAEBA 

Sir, -Allow me to express dlsappro>'ai of the 
growing habit of men and women smoking In 
restaurants or cafes 1 have noticed a number 
of women who have fallen Into the habit of puff- 
ing their smoke Into the faces of non-smokers 
In many city cafes. When "no smoking" notices 
are potted, up In the transportation buses to keep 
the aunoaptfere In them pure, surely in placse 
where people eat their food, this nuisance of 
smoking in cafes should be prohibited 

JOHN B. ORUHLAW. 
CO General Delivery Post Office. VictorU. BC. 

“A ThiDu of B<‘auty < , 

A thtrf^ of btaufy ii s /oy for rtvr: 
lt» lovtUtHu incffpiTt. It urtU netvr 
rssa into nothnymu. hut ttill u^U krtp 
A bouvr quirt for ua. smf a tlrt^ 

Full of iwrrt dfrurm, and hrmlth, anrf quirt 
breathing. 

Therefore, on ever morrow, ere u.'t tvrrathinf 
A flou.’ery band to bind ui fo the earth, 

‘Spite of deepondence. of the inhuman dearth 
Of noble rMfurei. of the gloomy dayt. 

Of all the unhealthy and o'er-dorkened wayt 
Made for our etarxhing yr§. in tpite of all. 
Some thapr of beauty saury the pall 

From rmr dark ipirita Such the lub. the moon. 
Trm old. and young, tprouting a thady boon 
Foe timple lAeep; and eueh are daffodile 
With the green world they Hue in: and clear fille 
That for themeehae a eoolmg « '>• wr m#be 
‘Gs»A#f tPte hot teaeon; the mid-fomt brake. 
Huh with a ipnnkhng of fair musA-rose bloomt: 
And aurh toh U the gtandeur of the doome 
We have imagined far the mighty dead: 

All lovely talae that uw have heard or read'. 
An^ndleea fountain of immortal rfrroA. 
Pouring unto Of from heaven'i bank. 

—John Kbati. 



»be«e — S sblpe- — d »eaJlaf 
rsbbsfea klags.* 

By TOM TAYLOR 

M any a time rre wished 1 could 
see In the dark, as 1 daresay 
you have too. Once, for example, 
when 1 fell on top of a dead man and 
discovered there are more sgreeabls 
experlencss. Another time when a 
lamp post oo View Street didn’t shine 
through the blackout and I caressed 



Everyone has a hundred memorise 
of bumping Into thinga In the dark. 
People who lived in Britain during 
the war must have thousands. They 
used to lay Londoners had developed 
cat's eyes, or was it the night flghser 
pUou who ate carroU to improva their 
visional don't remember. 

Why. incldtnUUy, should mere caU 
be able to see In the dark, and you and 
I left to grope around as though play- 
ing a game of blind man's buff. Bs- 
pecUlly when you remember how slUy 
a person looks in this predicament. 

There's a chance, though, that soma 
day you’ll be able to stroU along mer- 
rily no matter how opaque. the gloom 
of a moonlass evening. A new gadget 
has been taken of! the aecret lUl and 
the Klentlsu have it In hand. 
8NOOPERBCOPK 

Xt seems that during the war there 
was an Instrument used to "see in 
the dark.’’ It had a most appropriate 
name— snooperscope— although you'll 
agree this term has rather a ainlster 
sound. Without going Into details X 
could think of places where people 
may prefer to be left alone In the 
dark, without benefit of snoopers 
whether in person or at the end of a 
night-time periscope 

During the war. of course. aliUster- 
ness was the idea of the Kope, but 
now, life the swords and the plough- 
shares, its "block light" is being turned 
to the pursuits of peace. 

*The sad part. It seems to this col- 
umn. is that the snooperscope Is giving 
priority to the structure of 500,000.000- 
year-old fossils embedded in rock. I 
suppose this kind of scisntlfle research 
has its value, but I would have thought 
there were more inUresting ob)acu 
to be seen in the twenUtUi century. 

Think how joyful policemen would 
be If the snooperscope were put on the 
market, and. conversely, how black 
the night might really become for the 
burglar. And who has not walked in 
the centre of the road seeing shadows 
take form when crawling home at 2 
In the morning? Even with a fitful 
moon hovering, a snooperacope would 
be as sunshine to the soul. 

THE DARK AGE8 

The Dark Ages, they call that period 
between 474 and 1150 A.O. when learn- 
ing was at Its lowest ebb. U was never 
lower than human morale between 12 
midnight and 4 am. 

What a boon a snooperacope would 
be to the ladles, for instanca! 

And yet this instrument with the 
seelng-eye is being turned on slices of 
opaque minerals burled aeons before 
mankind walked on two feet Sclen- 
UeU are funny folk. 

However, that's how it goes Rock 
etcUone are filled with shells of almost 
invisibly minute sea plants and ani- 
mals. and apparently It Is Imperative 
to penetrate Uteir mysterice. 

Certain elements in the snooper- 
scope are eenaatlve to infra-red. or 
heat, radiation, and they act as spot- 
ters something like radar. I gather. 
When during the war an enemy ap- 
proached. his body heat was picked up 
and converted by electronic devices 
Into Ttstble light and a clear picture of 
him thrown on a screen, for him the 
Jig was then up 

AIN'T BCIINCE GRAND! 

All this, as you may have deduced, 
t learn from a news item, written by 
the eelenes editor of the North Amerl- 
ea Newspaper Alliance. He doe&n'l 
make U quite clear how these ancient 
fossils are going to send out infra-red 
radiation, but it's all beyond me any- 
way. What seems apparxnt Is that 
the snooperscope has been adapted lo 
cut through elements opaque to visi- 
ble light. And so the 500,000.000- year- 
old sleep of the sea plants la to be dis- 
turbed. 

You and I wlU oome into the pic- 
ture. perhaps, when the aiooperscope 
— « more polite name Is infra-red 
mlcroooope— Is received into the good 
graces of medicine, biology and chem- 
istry. Aelde which are said to promise 
this "eye In the dark" a Ane future. 

It se$ms a pity to waste all this 
virtuous skill on old foitoUsi» though. 
Just fancy the future Ihsi would be 
opened up for If henoeforih you 
could turn your enooperaeope on un- 
eoUclted snoopers. Let yo«r Imagina- 
tion fill In the details, mine has about 
run out. 

"The night has a thousand eyw,” 
■aya a little verse, ’ the day but one." 
Ah yM. but what a one- -lhai ball of 
vtstblv light that turns night Into day. 
Once w« get the black light of the 
snooperscope those thousand eyes, 
faint little things they ara, will tuen 
away in shame 

Ain't aclenee grand! 



Today’s Answer 

QumUot) on Paas • 

Orlglnaily it was the ptwcUre in 
drink to the prosperity of a ehip with 
a sliver gobldt, which was then thrown 
overboard. This pracUca eontlnued 
until lt90. It was considered loo ex- 
peaeivet and the braskkiof OS a botUe 
•vet the bow was eubeHkulsd 




’Now Whet's the Matter With Bmr 



From Canada’s Capital . . . 



By HAROLD DINQMAN 

O TTAWA. — The visit of United 
States Oefehce Secretary James 
Forrestal during the coming wiek is 
going to have first-rate military sig- 
nificance to both countries, according 
to top level officialdom. 

Mr. forrestall is going to confer 
with Canadian staff officers about 
perfecting joint defence of the Arctic 
against possible attack, thereby con- 
firming Washington reports that the 
talks are going to have more than rou- 
tine significance. 

Subjects to-be discussed. It is under- 
stood, will Include the poaaible teub- 
lishment of a radar net linking north- 
land radar stations with those already 
In esclstence in the United Slates and 
Alaska, and extension and improve- 
ment of northern airports. The whole 
northern defence picture Is expectod 
to be covered. 

One subject to be touched upon with 
particular emphasis will be standard- 
ization of United States fend Cfenfedlan 
equipment and the shipment of United 
States supplies to Canada, U was 
stated. At the present time, for exam- 
ple. the shipment of any military sup- 
plies or equipment to this country 
must be passed upon personally by the 
Preeident himself. This Is awkward 
and tlroe-wasUng and Is holding up 
Uie standarditaUon procedure which 
is going quietly forward In the two 
countries. Possibility of the removal 
of this ban wui be discussed. 



Probability is that the present office 
of the Australian High Commissioner 
to Canada at 24 Sussex Street here will 
become the eventual home of Cana- 
dian prime ministers with Rt Hon. 
Louis 61. Laurent as the first tenant 



A Los Angeles burglar took the hint 
when a housewife hit him with a jar 
of vanishing cream. He vanished. 

Man has proved it b possible lo 
matter every tongue In tho warid 
except that of hb alfe’s. 

FORTUNE TEU.ER 
Under men's troubled eyes she sees 
The tearup's brilliant prophecies: 
Reading the leaf-lined cup that bares 
The scope of glory to be theirs; 

’The star of fortune and sweet dangtrs 
In Journeys, messages and strangers. 

And wonders she can chart the maxc 
or other's strange and shining ways 
Who cannot rise above the drone 
Of the dim drab coursa that la her own. 

-Ethel de Vito In The N Y. 'Hmes. 

Tkeu and /, my, friend, tan m the moit 
Sankg uerld make, each ef os. ene non- 
funky, one hera, if ipr like: that wtf/ he 
taa heroet to begin with.— Carlyle. 

The youngster's parents bad vblied 
the neighbor's home the night before, 
and when the neighbor answered the 
doorbell the nest morning and saw 
Jimmy she thought hb parents must 
have forgotten something. 

"Please. Mrs Brown," Jimmy »14, 
"may X look At yo«r- ^dining -roocB 
rug?" ^ 

She was astonished but said. "Why, 
of course. Jimmy, come right In * 

The boy stared at the rug Intently 
Finally, with a puxxled frown, he 
turned to lie oWner and aaid. "It 
doesn't make me atek.’* 



One thing abeet tbe Olymple O 

that aebedy ever oiMteteea M the 
years botwwea Ihons. 



iple Oeasee 
Ii tho 



Trees must eat. and a tree’s leaves 
manufactura Ita food. When foliage 
b reduced by insoels, nourtshmeni is 
cut off. fend slow death may retuli. 

What we gave, ere have; 

What we spent, we had; 

What we left, we lost 

-Epitaph, Oipca, 14lf. 
es • • • • 

ChapUln- Hear oould yon have the 
heart lo swindle people who trusted 
you? 

Prisoner -But Fmieon. people who 

don't Must yoo cnai be swindled 



tomeUme after the precent lease ex- 
pires In November next year. 

XI b reported here that the house, 
which was purchased by the Oovem- 
menl two years ago for 1176.000, wtU 
undergo renovations after the lease 
held by the Australians expires toward 
the end of 1940. 

Toward Che close of the last session 
of Parliament, Mr. King mentioned the 
fact that the Prime Minbter was 
homeless and that he himself only 
had a home In Laurler House by vlr- 
.tuc of the legacy left him in the Laur- 
ler will. 

In the meantime, Prime Minbter 
Designate St. Laurent alll continue to 
live Id hb three-room funibhed apart- 
ment in the shadow of the Parliament 
Buildings, until such time as he and 
hb wife can find a bigger apartment 
or a house of their own. 

• • • • • 

Ottawa's army of civil servants, It 
b being reported here, heaved a mass 
Sigh of relief when they learned that 
Louis 8t. Laurent got the Liberal nom- 
ination. 

It had been freely said that if either 
of the other two candidates- -Jimmy 
Gardiner or Chubby Power^had been 
selected, there might have been a 
little new-broom sweeping In eome 
pretty dusty corners That particu- 
larly held good In the event of the 
selection of .Power, who came right 
out In hb campaign address claiming 
the Liberal party must do away with 
a lot of the bureaucratic ties that 
bound lU administration here in the 
capital. 

The aimlable and* gentlemanly St 
Laurent b unlikely to look too deeply 
into the corners and the civil serv- 
ants can relax again until the next 
time the convention meets to name 
another new leader or unless the 
emment changes in the meantime. 



Observation 

Car: 



R ussia would tike to turn the Blue 
Danube Into the Red Danube 
. . . Hitler made promises he had no 
munUoti of keeping Stalin refuses 
to make any promises . . . The long- 
suffering public has seen days when 
profiteers had to eat humble pie, and 
according to the law of averages, iha 
process will be repeeted . From Ca* 
nadlan Bu.^lness, Montreal: "Last year 
the Canadian people ojatributsd tS - 
370,000.000 to Federal, provincial and 
municipal taxing authorities. This 
was equivalent to 31 per cent of the 
national Income in that year Dur- 
ing the war a heavy burden of taxa- 
tion was borne with a high degree of 
responsibility by the people of Can- 
ada The need was great, and the 
sacrifice was understood, yet tsxaUon 
revenue in 1947 was more than 18 per 
cent In excess of that of 1944. Colin 
Clark, the intornaUonat economist, 
has shown tliat tax revenues of a 
countrj should not exceed 25 per cent 
of the money income of the nation. 
Like moat other countries, Canada is 
well above that proportion If (he 
national income shrinks, as It may 
well do. our present rau of expendi- 
tures will be dangerously high. Unless 
we have the national fortitude lo curb 
expenditures at every level of liovern- 
ment. we shall defeat our major ob- 
jective of being able to provide a high 
standard of Jiving for all our people. 
Let us acknowledge that we have pile 
tax upon tax over the years to the 
point where the seams are no longer 
holding" . . The Provincial Oovenj- 
ment could show a spark of benevo- 
lence by providing free hospital treat- 
ment to the public and' paying the bill 
out of the 3 per cent "nuisance" tax. 



The Kilt-Or Kilts? 



T he debate In the Brltlah House of 
Commons, on the grest question 
whether BcotUsh ctvU servanta should 
be allowed to wear the kilt in Govern- 
ment offices, has produced an Instruc- 
tive ruling on the tnlrlcacles of the 
Scots language. 

Colonel oamme-Duncan, a former 
officer of the Black Watch, objected 
genUy to honorable meBibers speaking 
or men wearing "kllU." The word 
should be used In the singular, he 
Insbled. a man normally wore only 
one kill. Us a rase of the wearing 
of (he kilt, something like the wesrlng 
o' the green. 

This teems logical enough, yet we 
wonder if It b really eorrecL After 
all there is aomcthlng to voluminous 
about a tartan blowing in the breete 
that one instinctively refers to U In 



the plural Besides, many other gar- 
ments of the same class always lake 
the plural, no one wears a trouser or 
a pant 

Ttie same debate brought a sugges- 
tion- from a Glasgow member at that 
-^whlch will horrify all true Scotsmen. 
She wanted legblatlon forbidding 
knock-kneed men to wear the kill. 

Thb Is based on a complete mb- 
understandlng of the function of kilts. 
They are not an adornment for beauty 
but a badge of membership in a elan. 
Any clansman b entitled to wear the 
tartan, even though he may be knock- 
kneed. bow-legged, pigeon-toed and 
afflicted with bunlnns—and let no 
Glaswegian say him nay. 

Anyway, we suspect that kilts ara 
actually more flattering to knock- 
knees than Ught'fllUng trousers.— 
Edmonton Journal. 




tfUtjkrUi 

iJrarddSfrtI (^nolitte 



From Files of The Dally Brllbh 
Colonbt for August, INI 



By G. E. MORTIMORR 

T he new steamer Cariboo, loaded 
With eight passengers. 35 tons of 
freight and It head of livestock, 
cleared from the Hudson’s Bay Com- 
pany docks and was«roundlng Rhoai 
Point, heading for the outer hagbor 
In the small hours of an August 
morning. 

Suddenly, The DaUy Britbh CaIoq- 
Ikt related in an extra edition, "a ter- 
rific exploeion wae heard by people on 
stvore. and a thick eloud of smoke and 
steam arbitig frwm the direction to 
whl^ the etesmer had gone, laft no 
doubt in the minds of the few pdrXbas 
w»io chanced to be On the street, that 
the eamel had blown up " 

When the smoke cleared, at least 
steqn were dead and half a down In- 
jtu^. A starch durtag the next few 
daya brought thfac bsdlae lo light; 
tbe remainder were misatne. 

Among the desSd wae the master and 
owner of the veaseL a Seot n#»wed 
Archibald Jamieson. 

*^l>e beaoUful steamer, htil a few 
OMOienU before the admlratkm at ail 
beholders ahd the pride of her own- 
ers and oAeen. was found nothing but 



a floating hulk, ripped and tom from 
•tern to stoni. and floating outwards 
with the receding tide " 

Low water in the boiler was Mamed 
for the disaster. 

The pilot, one Mr. Grey, separated 
by a few feet and a thin pariuifm 
from the captain, escaped with In- 
juries. One Dr Duchesne, sleepiug on 
a pile of freight just aft of the bollrr, 
suffered a few slight bruises. 

A horee was blown overboard and 
swam ashore A large black dog be- 
tonglng to a passenger who was kSIled, 
was also blown over the side, "but 
substqurnUy returned to the wreck, 
and regaining the bad on wbteh hb 
lost mssUr had Iain, kept wateh and 
ward over it until removed by vio- 
lence " 

TTie Colonbt. fn an editorial, painted 
oat that three eUamert had blown up 
within 18 months, and added ‘ We 
no difference whatever between . 
a murderer and the one who rbrklewly 
overworks a boiler UU it explodes and 
kiUiior maims « crowd of paasengrrs 
or the errw of the veotol " 

Bifid inspeclton of ahlpa at Inter- 
etls and prohibitum of "Incompelent** 
enginears was strongly urged. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, V'^ICTORIA. B.C SLNUAV, ALGUST 15. 1948 



Scrranta^ JAv I)etrct 4 )r 
Enter Spy Hunt in U. 



nanr 



Urge Sellers 
To Reduce? 
Meal Prices 



U) te • OoaununUt oouiler. hu 
MMirivd that a Coouuyu«t uod«r- 
crottnd operaUd tn waAlnt* Waah- 
tocton deaimi with a^nc Unport- 
ant Govemmrat ftyufM Amonc 
thoa* h* named under oath were 
Donald RUa and Alffer Rt« 

Tha Hlaa brothera aaked for a 
prompt hearing waived their eoo> 
■UtuUonal rlghu, and denied the 



WABHINOTON. Aug 14 UP\. 
Miming arrvaau and Ua detactor 
machlnm anterad into the Congraa- 
uonal apy hunt today aa Inveatiga* 
ton aougbt for teatimony ol a key 
wltneaa 

Mambera of the oununUtea. eod* 
vtnccd that one or another af the 
wttnaaaaa already QuaaUonad baa 
CEMnmllted perjury, devoted a weafc- 



VANOOUVm. Aug 14 CPi~tQ a 
laat-mug buyitEg boom before meat 
piicaa advance, houaewlvea her* to- 
day crowded meat store*, but the 
butcher* weren't happy They ex- 
pect aale* to tall to a mere trickle 



Had tbay didn’t aean know Cham 



Whittaker Chamben, an editor of 
Time Magazine who xaid he uard 



ber*. 

Donald Htaa, a former Biau Dt- 
partment official, now a Waahlng- 
ton attorney, told the committee 



for whom The 

BELL TOLLS / 



Funeral Rites 
Monday 
For W. Veitch 



K'idi't is aniuii^ the lirM tn hear ti>e iMt tno di-Aant 
clanging ol $ohcN<l hell.v to r«>mr . anrl Kdd\ i* rrady 
with Imol outfits Allied right, nude priced 

right 'rhe> re all here, on «Hir niez/aiiine. kindergarten 
to juniur high fa&hiuns. 



l^ineral aervlres fnr William 
Veitch. M-year-old pioneer of the 
VtctnrU dlvtnct. wUl be held on' 
Monday. August 1C. at 3 pm In 
Port Angelea. Mr Veitch died at hlx 
home In Port Angelea on Auguxt 10 
B<jni at Cralgfluwer. he wax a aon 
of Mr and Mrs. WUllam Veitch who 
came here with Kenneth Markenxle 
tn IBM to found Che CnugfloiTer 
Colony for the Puget Bound Agri- 
cultural Company. Stibaldlary of the 
Hudson'! Bay Company He attended 
the old Craigflower Schoty. preserved 



^tntr.l em. C*n.4i.i. 

Holding hie hand to hit head, French Premier Andre Marie Is shown 
at aesiion of National Assembly as be fought for controversial financial 
bill. At right, with his hands folded in hia lap, ia Finance Mmixter Paul 
Keyiund, who threatened to resign If tneaeur* was defeated. Bill wss 
ftnally psssed over Commomat reeiatanca. 



School Coats 



Newfoundland Will Join Union 
As Newest ‘‘Liberal” Province 



A »<Mideriul c>i||ertinn F.ll and Winter 
writfhlN of <>>iir»r m »ivr« J to 14« 

K^cn colnr >.>u wsiit. Aonir uitvrlinrtl, 
hnudrri .nd wih driX' hsl'te hootl* For (he 
sinAll fry therr 4;p «x(>. exit lr|>tf>iii;* for 
the b’'>ntir'. and i/» trr> f.>r the KirU 

there’* eiervthms to fh'-‘*e fT--*m and here 
• ♦* cvxinj'lr* 



Finds Union 
Violated Act 

i WABHINOTON, Aug 14 ug»|. — A 
I trial examiner for the National 
[ lAbor Relallooa Board torug ht 



today as an hiatorle la idmark. 

Aa a young man he farmed on 
land In the Saanich diatrtct. now the 
site of the Dominion Experlmenul 
Farm Following reUremrnt, he lived 
for aume time In Sidney before go- 
ing to the United Btatea 
He waa predeecaaed by nla wlfe.*f<>und the International Typogaphl-' 
the former Baianna PorUr, alao Union guilty of* vinuting the 

m ptnhT ^ I plnnrrr f »w»ii y |Taft-Hartley Act by Inalatlng upoOi 

Surviving are one ton. Walter **“»*> condlttona In the news-, 

Trail; a daughter. Mra J R Thapen. i Industry. , 

Port Angelea Waah . and aeveraJ In » *>»gun nine months agoj 
nlacea, nephews and grandchildren. American Newspaper Pub- 1 

Ushers Aaaoclatlon. Bsamlner Arthur , 

H _ , , _ Left recommended that the five- i 

Miceincr Kni/c 

IvAloolII^ LFlyyo union of printers to atop inaUttng' 

O A that pubtlahers hire only ITU. I 

Seen Up-Island " But he rtcommanded diamlaaal of' 

I certain other charges against the 1 

Victoria ’a two boy nomads are atUl union— a charge that the union ! 
0(1 the march violated the Taft -Hartley provliloni 

, Donald Kenyon. U. and Dick ’featherbedding that la,; 

. . . aiafUng paymenu for aenrtre* not 

j Austen, nine, of 140 and 144 BHnaoe performed. He alao dumlased a' 
I Street, reported mlaatng August i. rharge that “slow-downs" allegedly 



coostllutional procedure for the cre- 
ation of the new province will bs forj 
the Oovemor-Oeneral. on the day; 
of Confederation U> name a Ueuten- 1 
ant-Oovemor The choice, of cour*e.{ 
will be made by the Liberal Oov- 
emment in Ottawa. The Lieutenant-, 
Oovemor appointed in turn wUi i 
have to eelact a Premier to lead a! 
‘'caretaker" Oovemment pending al 
provincial general eleetlon which i 
cannot be held until June at least' 
because of weather eondltlons 

In Ottawa K is freely admitted 
that Joseph Bmallwood, organiser 
of the “Oonfederscy*' Party, has 
been chosen te lead the Interreg- 
num Oovemnwni. Mr. 6ir_il''r>_-.-d 
eontea.ed hla ambition at the recent 
national Liberal convention and be 
has remained her* since for talks 
which have confinnad the arrange- 
ment. 

P Oordoo Bradley. KC titular 
leader of the Newfoundland Confed- 
eracy Party of which Bmallirood was 
organiser, will run for on* of the 
seven Newfoundland aeats tn the 
House of Commons and ulUmalely 
will enter the Bt Laurent Cabinet, 
as Newfoundland's rwpreaantatlv*. I 



OTTAWA. Aag U tSpedali - 
Newfoundland’s entry to Canadian 
COfUederartoo last nest Spring will 
be strlrtly on a ‘Oiberal” baMs. Ar- 
yrnigemenU now under way tor the 
admission of the tenth provinr* are 
being made In such a way aa to en- 
■ort that not on*. wtU th* ftrst New- 
foundland Provincial Oovemment be 
a liberal Oovemment. but the ftrst 
•even memberi elected to the Cana- 
dian House of Commons wUl suppot 
•w Markensle King or Bt Laurent 
adsnlnlstraU'X) 

Bmargence of NewfoucwUand as a 
province will be accomplished under 
a Federal liberal Oovemment sr-i 
every advantage therefore will be 
Nirown towards developing th* new 
•nN as a liberal ecronghold. The 



fRE PRIMARY 

(*iie ,1’ 'S 'kI*. xnd 
ramclhs'T cap 

cK hat. BIO.BM 



GRADE 5 

(Mrc F»j) hcvidvd 
coat* with kn'rig 

BIS. BN 



<•»«* 14x1 h.-HMled 

cr>«u BS4.BA 



And score* of pnev* between 



SKIRTS 
BLOUSES 
JUMPERS 4 to 13 



Tarisni and plain volor* Siret 3 l<< 13 from B4.BB 



while eotton. sue* 3 to 14 at wonderful vwkis 



•a navy blue and black serge trom . BB.BB 



the moHern Hort 
for the modem 
trorntm 



Oddities 



TORONTO. Aug 14 CF> -Three 
bandiu who held up John Turner, 
aaai end etorekeeper. Friday night 
obtained only 140 from the till after 
threatening Turner wUh a gun. Bui 
they made euch a clean ipeep bt 
the caah that Turner hadn't a nickel 
to oall the pnlloa and had to burrow 
one from a customer. 

KITCHF.NEB. Oat.. Aag. 14 Cn. 
^I.levd Habattne of the adjetnlng 
aiiy of Waterloo loaika on 19 m o 
terky nomber— ood with good reo- 



seCK DRIVER 

PoUre would Uka to question the 
driver of a fuel truck that waa In 
ooUlakm with a parked ear. owned 
by R. O Chilton. 4M Daliaa Road, 
at 7 o'clock last night on Lewi* 
fUreet near Dallas Road According 
to police reports the truck did not 
remain on the seen* after the cotU- 
Sion that damaged the car to the 
•stent of IlM 



('oBBt Guard Bu»y 
On Rescue MiAalont 

S EATTLB. Aug. 14 |>Fl -The 
Coast Ouard station at 
Anneiu Island flew its third 
morey miaaion In two daya 
today, rushing a alck woman 
from a fishing veaael to tha 
boapttal at Ketchikan. 

Detalk from the North wen 
ecanty. the Coast Guard hen 
reported. The sroman was 
Identified aa Mrs Helen Ty- 
son. Tlie veaaeL th« Great 
Bitkin, waa H miles south- 
wast of Ketchikan wtwn It 
called for aid. 

Teeierday Annatta Island 
sent planes to pick up on* 
rkhlng vessel crewman who 
had an Injured leg and an- 
other who had lost a finger 



Truckers Ask 
Wage Boost 



1661 DOUGLAS STREET 






I.aM night — on Friday, tha 
lltb ~ be went to th* Kioemen 
CInb'e Mngo and won tbv Bret *f 
Ih* U gaiMa. The winner* kned 
•p t* ahoaae their prise* to 11 
•nvelepee. SabaUne. who had first 
shale*, plehed the 19th from the 
left. It eonlsined a fl.Mf MIL 
Th* athars «*rh eanlainad flO. 



PIRB BXTINGrtaHEO 
Baanlch fireman put out a bush 
fir* that broke out at 3 M pm. yes- 
terday afternoon near th* Inter- 
aecUon of McAnally and Tudor Ae- 
enuea after fighting It almnsi two 
hours, they reported last night. 



■OLDRSOB. Neb.. Aug 14 bPl.— 
A Roklrege meat market aperauw 
poetad IhU sign yeaderday. T7se 
yoir awdlt. Have a T-bone eteak. 
ene-thtrd down. II months lo pay.** 
Herb Blerhsiu aald ha put up 
the sign on hla shop tn an eflort 
to get back buatneas which had 
dropped off sharply because of ra- 
ketance to high meat prlcea. 



VANCOUVER. Aug 14 CFl -8am 
Watson. 49-year-old Canadian Na- 
tional 



Railway* aedtehman. was 
killed late last night when he (cU 
from a nvovtng train In suburban 
Bumabf. 



an hie utrnp done 



PENNY WISE 



Bjf Cdorgd RdvtAWI 



Strikes From Belotr 



Rudt. rot, abrMiocM atrikd 
from bdlow, npinf mud and 
^avcl damage* tha under- 
aidc. 



L'mei tor Fall eloaurntlM 



UNDERSEAL 



RUBBERI2BD 
PROTECTIVE COATING 

IxMpa your car rattla-frac 
and salt. While it'a new, 
have (hit ^-inch coating 
sprayed on at Wilaon't, seal- 
ing off trouble before it 
start!. 



Fou 80 .. . (oitv pidf/orms. 



jffcbfe-s/jm Aee/i 



ntadu haiance on ankle 



*Uncle Tom. you'd bettar *** Gaorg* Randall about aero* aom 
ptfiaation biswrsnc* for Ftdo. it yoe'ra going to baep tbat old 
chafr." 



Ask anyone you see wearing a hearing 
aid . . . at often as r>ot . < . it's a 



CmMifimi Made by Canadians for Cmtodlmii 
Cbntinuity of efficitnt. dapcndablB 
sarvtca mada CBrtain threogh our 
laboratories. herB in Vancouver. 



Look BEFORE 
YOU STORE" 



rr FAYS 










I 




dealer STOiff 






IVL AVIV. Aur. 14 L&eaum. — A.F>jr thl* purpOi« th» F1 iuuk« 



new IsTMli currency kt expected U)' LOniiUy ^ undemood to be ran* 
b« lamed next «ea)i to reploea ^.'•MvlDd fckr^ttan oE • “bonk 9t 
BrtUab'liwUtutad Pxkatlnt pouod.{ Imai-** 



THE nAH.Y COI.ONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., SUNDAY. AUGUST l.V 1048 



, 

Jack Benny Troupe l*opirfir 
At London Palladium Run 

— — Thii Weeli't Radio 

The Jack Beany uoupe wlUt Man "BIe Blonr^ profyana Monday Aug- 
Uvinsiime, PhURarrlaand •' I. uet 14. 

Maxwell, bavlnf brekao aU attend- 3 ^,^ Rloona M narrator ot Utte' 
once reonrda in the hUlory of u ' oaorge Peuw playi iho ra- 

London Pailadliun during a two week porter 
appearance there, haa mored on to » » • 

Oennanjr to play before Army oc- lloie gripping talca of true ad* 
rupatlon troopa during the ramaiiMler ventarc hare been Uned up for tno 



U heard on Tburadaya 4:46 to 6.00 
pm. on the Trane-Canada network 

^ The etofVe are by Aleko LUiua, the 
■A*. well-known PlnnUb adventurer and 

' explorer, who hai travelled to many 

■D^ remote paru of tha world in quest 

exciting cTT-c— cn:t* 

, S Each bmadcaet le baeed oo an out- 
i|^ ^ I . ^ r itanding escapade. Charlae Miller 

V * ^ the narrator. 

^ < Jr in the brnadcaet of Auguet 16. 

I ^ atory wUl be related of how 

M X llJUu* bought a xroali laland 0 ! the 

r ' phUtpplnea from the Sultan of Bulu 

JHBMm .’nwre'e an earthquake and a tld&i 
wave the ftrat night he'i on the 



(Jear ()\er-llanging Branches i\ear EJk Lake 



■ 



•• ’Vjt ' ^ 

.. 4 . ■■■: . . w 



— ColMWt rwnui 



uj^iT^r^Briu Pfovmclal Department of Public Workx road gangs are pictured above clearing and baming dangeroua 

e **" ***»‘^ .longdd. Elk Uk.. Clearing ha. been nece-ary 

•olved will lead off a new aerie* of becaute h U feared branchc* will etrike high ioida carried ^ trucka. 



i«( a neexT | 

of their glimmer vacauona from 

KRC. programa A 

ReporU from Lond'in tell of the A ^ ^ \ 

troupe's overwhelming aucreas Be- V 

fnre the openlitg. Ute houae waa — f 

•'•mpleiely add out including aland' 

litR rnnm. tut both performance* ^ , 

nignily for the entire iwo week'* en- 
g4gement. 

• • • 

B<-b Hope Uelay announced the /• 

first member of hia 1648-46 caat. 

D*'?! Day. furmeriy of the barul' 
aland* and now of radio and pic- 
ture.*., will be the linger on lhe| 

Riipr pf'gram which celebrataa l« 0 ) a 

yean on N B C thU Autumn. I 
Mim Day climbed to fame aa « e ^ 

Tocaiiai with L#* Brown'* orche*- V 

tr*. which played on th« Hope ahow t 

las' aeaaon However, by laat year> > 

ahe w *9 iltiging with Prank Sin- ooai* oat 

atra on NBC* 'Your Hit Parade' ,^,, 1 ,^ 10 * to be preaented 00 Van- 
Bhe waa forced m give up that -nifatre each Thuraday night 



To amoeth the way. if poaalblc. a 
Naw York flnn of managament 
englneen i* efflciency-cxpming the 
entire operation of patenting pro- 
cedure. from mallroom Uw final 
action The alx-monlh program, 
begun oo June 60. will c<wt about 
A14.000. 

It now requite* almnat two year* 
for final artioo 00 *n inventor’s 
applicauon which might account 
for the many Tat. Pending*. " 
lOKAL im ATION 



I Old-Uman at the Patent Oflloe 
•ay the ideal iltuallao would move 
tb* appUcaUona from mailroom to 
final acUoo ui aix montha. 

The end of the war sUned the 
nation’a inventive genius and also 
gave It more time. The backlog tn 
; 1666 waa A22\fi-. In 1644 It waa 110,- 
3W after diving to 38.062 at the 
height of the war 

Among tha application* currently 
granted are Mud ahleld* fm- 
women'* shoo baela. an apparacua 



for preparing dehydrated bread 
crumb*, a hen marking neat, an 
airplane raaembling a water spider 
and a combtnaUon eun glaaaea and 
scart. 

Patent Oommiaaioner Ool. Lawr- 
|enc« C. Klngtland give* a threefold 
jcauae for the mounting backlog' 
iThe war took many of the eaperl- 
lenred exaffitnen; inventor* became 
I more inveouve with more talaure 
time after the war. and trained 
examiner* have to, give tome of 
[tbelr time for training new mea. 



'Past Tragedies 
Called to IVlind 
IBv Air Crash 



DODOLASTOWN. Quc.. Aug. 1 
I CD.— The eraah of a twln-moiared 
I transport aircraft into a r>a«gpd 
Oaape cliff near here Jtily 34 with 
lom of 36 Uvea, revived memorle* of 
other Oa^pe dlsaatcv* and recalled 
the eemeterle* tn wMch many, for- 
eign and native mariner* rest. 



. rocka. 

' Tended by vlUagen. the eeme- 
teriea, both Roman Catholic aM 
Protaetani, dot the rugged eoact- 
I line. One of them la at Gap dea 
' Rosier. Oaape ffortb. where are 
burled victim* of the wreck tn which 
the large sailing vaaeel Carrleks of 
White Haven waa am a* had en 
gorthem rocka In a storm about 
I 46 year* ago. 

I Mott of the acveral hundred Irish 
Immlgranta the ship waa earrying 
pertshad and were washed ashore 
at Cap dea Rosier. A monumani in 
thetr memory va* erected some 
years later by Montreal 8 t Patrick’* 
Pariah. 

Among other remambraEUMs of tea 
disaster* 1 * a mtmument honoring 
rictlm* of the alnklng. May 36. 1614. 
of the Canadian Pacific Kmprea* of 
Ireland, rammad by a N orw ag t an 
collier. Tha mamorial stands among 
victims' grave* in a Uttla eamatery 
at father Point. 

Tha *lephant‘i organ of srent la 
In the roof of hi* mouth. 1 



FIRE LOSS 

ALWAYS PAID 



when tbey mast parform what they promi**. 

There is never say di*appoinimeot if tbe policies ar« iaswed 
by •etind. old-line *lock inserance companies If secured 
through a*, yoor insnrance proiertKw i* always placed ta 
aach ergaaiiationa 

HARBORD IRSURARCE LTD. 



virroaia a laew iJtsoaAwcs noM 

6W YATIS STEirr 



I 4a07-« 



■■■ 4 r*a* r««x* U BAJt to Usra to Ortto rimiMi 

orAt-('OKT*OL cAaa 

* AM aermorxn rwiTarmoN couasa oiv«* a* nviiioie 
Tmi *Mf*a«a mt Pr«**r Ortota* 

OtSTBimOM OtVXN D*> eVKNUO 



CALL 
E 1155 
NOW 



1WAT90W*« 1 

LPRiiiRG Gcnoov' 



LMSta* at VICTOau *I rta STATtOM 
at.aN*i*aao *•* jogNsoa 



OOaiS OAT 



^ignmrm in order U> work on her August 16 at 6 M pm 

lir*. mnUoD jHcture. '^.mance on producer Doug NUon has ilnad 
the High seav, in whifrt ahe acored „p ^ ,our otheb writer* to be 
an insiant hit heard on ■ubaequent week* Ixi- 

Miaa Day did a t^i^ber of guest eluding 'The Orean Qa b Murder' 
appoarancaa with Hope laat aeaaon. by Erie Whltabaad of Vancouver. 
With such suecaaa that Hope Wgnad Sleep My Pretty One " by Ruth 
her as a permanent member of hi* Bourne. Amarlean writer who eon 
4*“^- tributa* to tha CBS feature 'The 

• • • WhUller; Tm Death Ui Do Part ” 

A report nn three newspaperman by Praneb Balfrage of Vanrouvrr. 
who were arrested and held looom- ^ .-rh, Murctorlng OoiTW, by 
miinkado In Tla Juana. Mexico. q ^ Calgary. 

•eni reporter Paul McCarthy of tbe — 

Ban Diego Journal aoutb of the ^ 

border to inveaUgata. Ba laanwd Motdkrif I iTf 1/446 
that tba men wara Jailed for their B it I'd! i V/IIlvC 



Out of Rsspsef to ths Msmory 
of the Late 

GEORGE DENNIS HORSMAN 

Otif Pfwident eod Foun<j*f 

I. «. HORSMAN AND SON LTD. 

'^11 be eto*ad to Voosouve*' ood Victoria 

MONDAY, AUGUST 16TH, 1948 



that tba men wara Jailed for their 
awn protoettoe because "they knew 
too much " 



Rpliitiil 

*nie esM took 00 InlarnaUonai B Ckl 1-P^ll.lllvl 
■Ignlflcanca when further invaatl- _ ^ 

gatlnna lad to diacovary of tha dead I f C Irikr/k»%f y\*«o 
body of a woman, aome susplcloua- UaA^a lllVdllOl S 
looking tobacco Jars in the back- 

ronm of a shuttered cafe. »»vl a WA8HINOTON. Aug. 14.— 
levender notebook -cluae which <^.A.NA,i — Too many paopla ere 
pointed straight to a 64.000.000 many thingamajlga. 

of dope peddlers ^ «P 

_ , w . k. . . — . * gAdget to help tha Cnlted 

n ^ "•‘P'"* autf. P.l«.t Office out from undor 

police to nod jvldcnc, l«.dln, to|u„ ^ .ppIlcUon. 

oonvktl.m of the ring-leader and,i„ j3g.y*,r-old hlatory 
amsAh the Ulegal combine. McCarthy] psertng out from under tha atag- 
^ ha. received the weekly "Big Story' ,g^ ,uek of appUoationa, har- 
•400 award for ouutaoding Journal- ]ri#d examiners are 148.160 oaaca In 
leile service His true experience *rreare— too far back to see the 
will be dramatlaed on the NB.C |dawn of completion day. 



WABHINOTON 



MULTI-FLEX 

ROMES 






ARTHRITIC 
RHEUMATIC PAINS 



ff you ars tuffsring th« agony of 
torturod limbt ond 4 >« gtrain dxyf 
goss with i* . . . rsod 

Mr. Oark obtained much nssd«d 
welcoms relief with Lonligsn 
0on> you dslay~obtoin rsol rottof 
4^P^ widi Lortfigan ”C" Dis- 
•oKpsd Ord VocofM ... 
9 ^ o boMU fodenf. 



las stM*** *1 

••torVar* Oaterw 



LMtlfM tatintotoflaa US 
S r —ta QBtorto 



er MtoaS *m vm* • «rr*ra* »r 
Arthritis Tsr sMt 10 r« 4 r« shMl 

ta sasths hfs start** ta tah* lasitfas 
Ni has tahas sis haltla* m* has faaa* 
*r«at rallsf TW psia ^ seatlf Is 
his f**t wa* h* aalh** «*ry haSIr hat 
saa to aaiha aaiS hatlat mmI um pat* 
ta hlaaa« Maa fra hi* Saat taiiaS 



- =1 L ^=? woniL i-BB.rS 4 .se 

MODEL ‘'D” I I'ltf rrN>ms of the ultimate in comfort sod eoo- 
tenienu Dctiuntd for Isrger lot* wiib wide overhsng and Urge 
wtndows Can be had « vanetv of exterior Hmvbs* Over-all 
vive JtS x24'. 

N.H A. and V.L.A. APPROVED — fitreciursllr eliglbU for 
N H.A ind \ L.A. loan* ind pass sll toesi building by-Uw*. 

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Reriuirwi Only ll>4" x Floor fptet 

Yet Proride* 6 Cubic Feet RtoraBe 

941400 

Pltii B.C. Falea Tax 



jsowa ^ 

YOU CAN HAVE THAT 
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YOUYE BEEN LONGING 
FOR ON OUR 

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PLAN 

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CUctric Ricycis HBsdlifkta, from ....$ 1.50 

tlocfrk Sicycio Toillighti $ 1.00 

CombinoHoN BicycU Lock $ 1.25 

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THK nAll.Y COLOVTST VTCTORTA. B.C., SUNDAY. AUGUST 15. 1<H8 



Army Cadets Learn tireless V[ork 



Village to Stable 
Donkey Baseball 

PARJCRVUXI Auf lA — P»rka- 
vtll* Klfwnm Cli* and QuAUcum 



Ante* ^nteU m«M> U rim;ighi bert fvUo%inf m* cnCK*- Qu»Ucu rn RotAry Ctub. (ParterlU# Ctammuntty P»rk A 

th# ornmnad efloru of rr-nt at Nanaima A t*am pitted H J Pantey I. eapt*tn o< ite dw » ih. OwunUy 
'tte two elute Capt Jae* Banku * fnun tte ParterUto KJnamm Club PartevUl* item, and th* fame wtU loOow th* fame, with mu«c euppltad 
trained danker* and elrcua will be haa ehaU«»««l a i*am from the be pUyed unter floodll«hi at the by an o*ch*M from Nanaimo 






Beaeh Rotary Club will aponeor a 



$50 to $1000 



Victoria boy i* fhowTi above with aome of SO Dominion army matter cadrta practiainf wireiea* communi- 
cation at apacial three-waek camp at Banff National Park. They arc. left to rieht: 8ft D. Ceddinuten, 
Victoria; 8gt R. Robinaon. Vancouvar; 8ft W. Holman, Vancouver; C.S-M. G- Hart. Red Deer, end 
Lt-'CoL A. Mortcreheed. Bdmonton. Benff Springa Hotel ie eeen in background- 



Pravda Says 
^U,S. Agents” 
Used in Case 



iJ.N. Talks at Stariflstill^Ei 
Until Capital sjlktn Agree Jt-^- 



TO BUY FUEL 

Aaeure your teouty »nd youndl 
of health and oomlort oat wimer. 
Borrow to buy your fuel nipptT 
now. HouaebohlFinancc. Canada*# 
Oldest and largest conkumer finance 

organualton ^nakes this easy by 
lending you the neceaaary money 
and t(>reading the payments over 
ai long as 24 months. Our loans 
are made quickly, without en> 
doners or guarantors, or other 
bankable lecuniy? 

To apply for a loan to buy fuel, 
phone, write or risit ua. 



wm m"T^ letete-** -reteCi >«e 
fiimt tew— CSC. Wite Xf ■>#*« 



a^*4^e i LAKl success. Aug l« oP> — 1/ fuUllty of endlem debate at 

w T I • ^ The United Netlooe today reached Lake Sueceaa under present eondl- 

tJS^CI 111 s.>HSC 1^ where lUtie further prog> Uone hae become apparent In the 

' rem ran be expected an major handling of plana for a world police 
MOSCOW. Aug 14 i#>— Pravda laiuea unUl Moaeow and Waihlng- and International control of 

eharged today that OiUted BUtae Urn reach an agreement. i ^ 

iRUUlfenc* agenu weartng New With thie ilUiaUoQ prevailing, the 
York police imlfonae Tlolalod lniar-1 Security CouneU N IdUng *iong'h«c*$»**7 »o 
national Uw by enterlnf the Sovlat whUe keeping a eloae watch on th# ,»«*ncy But after 
aonauUte In New York after the‘blg power talks over the Berlin ^ ^ 

plunge of • Rutean eehool Uacher muatlon It la the general feeling d‘««rencea between Waehlng- 
Th# OoQununlst Party nawipaper her* that the Impact of th* Krem- ^ Moecow. ^ 

•aid ih* Ameriran IntalUgenre ^r- .U& oaaferaAcae exuade beyond iba . -- i ■ ' f ' ^ 

etc* le guilty of a ' crude violation of Oermen pn^lem Th* ultimate out- 1 
the Immunliy of th* SovlK eoneular oome le viewed ee a barumetar of, GROUND FLOOR OFFICES for RENT 

bvlkltng in New York future Eaet-Weat relation in all 

The newepaper eald “agenU of 'ephere*. . latekU te 1 *I**hmaT i Maeefectur#*'* Afeei. 

Ih* Amencar lnlem*eoc* eubjectod , If the Moscow talk* (all. the eltua- , Teleptea* lervk*. L.g h*. Heat ead Jeeltw 

Koaenklna'e room to a eearch. and tloo may com* to a head anyway In Wrvie# ReeMnebt* Rent 

ky force took Koaenklna to a hoapi-| Parle at the Pali meetlnf of the. 

Ml" after her faU Isa-nation Oeaeral Aeaembiy I . ... . . 



eSO VWw So eel. at Brete 
SeUtef » arte* 41S» 

VKTORIA, SX. 
ttmm* * » * «r >T ■» ■»eW 

■M ate* l» >«**■* W Mte 



I 

Interest in Management Urged i 
By T.U.C. on Britain’s Workers I 

London. Aug U Cf>— eir 8u-,ibr Klectocal Tradee Union te aUo- 1 
ford Grippe. Chancellor of the Ei> eating fund* (or epeclal education: 
ehequer, eUrred up a hornet'e neat j of lU offlclale and ehop etewarde 
a year nr *o ago when he told But It ipy* more ehould be done 
Brlileh workers they wrr* not well and remarke that there ha* been, 
enough Uained to tackle the prob- ‘ Uttl* rNponM " to lu euggeaUon 
lemi of management Now the I that ahop steward* take advantage 
Trade* Union CongEea* U saying the ; of a special Labor Ministry eourse ' 
•ame Ihlng. |in management. 

In a surprisingly frank arucl* In. The article says that naUonsitsa- 
tU ofllcial Journal. Labor. ihciUon I* an "extremely complicated 
T.U C *aye that workers must get *erl«* of axperlmenU which marked 
over the idea that the problem of the opening of a new stag* in evo- 
productivity la eomelhing for man-,luUon of BrltUh industry.** 
agement to worry over Workeri^ "Manafement s a series of com- ; 
Ibemaelvet must gel Inierested. 'plicated technical processes which 

*'One of the chief otetaclee to im- requires a* much tralnlrtg as any; 
provement In productivity is th* ! profeaatoo or craft, and the General ' 
atUlud* M suspicion and boaUUty Oouncli of the T.U.C. recognise* that 
of workers concerned.'* says Labor natlonalUatlon ha* laid an increased . 

The hoailUty Is traced to early reeponslbUlty in thee* dlrecUone 
anperimentj In eclentlflc manage- on union* directly eoncamed ' 
ment which often deprived men of 

)ote and which werv Introduced DisCOV«rt MiniOture 

D.vic. for the D.of 

te the dtuetlon and that le the| Chicago. lU.— A big improvement' 
pottcy of full enploymefU.** the , has been made in a new device now 
article oonUnuM. employment welcomed by thousands of deafened , 
wlU oot prove effaeUv* unieo* work- It »• io smaU H (lU in the palm of 1 



OPENING TOMORROW! 

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT! 



• To Be tVell Be HairJreueJ 



BEAUTY 






URC® 



SALON 



SPECIALISTS IN PERMANENTS 
AND BEAUTY CULTURE 



1320 BLANSHARD ST. 

(Heit t* Ke«e Ap4. Heeal) 



B2451 



i INTRODUCTORY OFFER (1 MONTH ONLY) 

PRESENT THIS COUPON 

I At GENSURCO BEAUTY SALON end Rwceiv« 



era believe In K and are prepared 
be take risks to enstire Ita sucoeea. 



the hand Its clear noiseless tone ; 
Is so efficient that whispers sr* i 



. .. ,re*ily underetood 6 (eel awayl Wltbi 

-If during the period of full *m.|,^ ! 

ployment they are eUU looking back , mnns and friendly erunpanlonshlp. ' 
over their ehoulderi at th# elump flnger-ilp controls permit you to 
of INl-M and are determined to | adjust K Instantly to changing' 
agree to nothing that will modify Ssound c<mdltlnns Accepted by the' 
Vte working rules which their union* 1 American Medical Asanctatlon’i ^ 
bollt up In safeguard thetr member- 1 Council on Physical Medicine Thei 
ship M tlmas of aiump, then clearly, Belton*. Dept S3. 14M W • 
full employment will uoi Ix^rom* a •• Ul • *« ^ 

permanent feature of our naUunal f' 

wy m unr" *****“^P^^ booklet 

... ... . ... !"*» bow to overcome deafneai and 

The TU.C. eald that there *re,n{piftin how you may try this mlnl- 
-bopafttl algne- that some union* -,Uira devlr* in the privacy of your 
are changing thair attitude toward home without ruklng a penny 
managtraant peoblams. For tnstanee.i Write Belton* today *** 



I ■ VV REDUCTION 
On iha Pric« of ANY PERMANENT 



Xtndr H^durtinn 

t sale; 



Beginning Monday Morning at 9 o'Clock. We Are Placing on Sale, 
at ^ Price. Hundred! of Items From Our Regular Stock. Avail 
Yourself of This Wonderful Opportunity to Save Many Dollar* 
by Coming Early for the Best Selection. 



★ FINE JEWELRY 
ir DIAMONDS 

★ SILVERWARE 

★ COSTUME JEWELRY 

★ WATCHES MIN'I AND LAOtlS' 

★ COMPACTS - CLOCKS 



VALUES TO M 

(fenuinc Lrsiher Billfolds 

Sliver -f’Isied Bread Trsyt 

Csndleiitcks and Bonbon Dishes 

Fancy MeisI and Plastic Compacts 

Glased Chins Bird and Animal Ornsmerrfs 

Ladies' Fancy Gift Watch Rrscclets 



49c 

ASSORTED NOVELTY 
EARRINGS 



Valuci to 4 50. 
Special to rlrar 



WM. A. ROGIM 



FLATWARE i/a-PRICE SPECIAL 



LIDO PATTERN ONLY 
ito-Piere Sets in Cheil. Regular 26.75. S.M.F 

34-Piece Sets in Cheat Regular .12 75. SALK ... 

421’iece Set* in Cheat. Regular 3675 5ALF. .... 



n.95 

16.95 

18.95 



Boys' Watches 



Boya’ School Watchea with jeweled movement!. Smart leather sirups ^45 
Re((ul*r value 9 50. On sale at O 



S.C. JOHNS 



J I W I L I R 

GOVERNMENT at View in Churchill Hotel Building 



Telephone I 9316 






AUGUST 

HARDWARE SALE 



Round Moutb Shovel, reg i Jf). 
Sal* Price l es 

I^ffSbiS Forte, reg 210, Sale 

Pnre i.ee 

la-Tooth Rskee. reg I 15. 5Ulr 
Price 

Hickory As* Handle*, reg <)5c 
Sale Price BPe 

34-Inch Double Scrswl Lawn 
Fencing, reg. .Vk per iont 
Sale, per foot 24# 

Large Siabl* BhoveL reg I V) 
.■^sl* Pne* ••# 

Iron Oat* Hinge*, reg 
<*le Price le# 

Ben Quality English Prunera. 

-eg 2 50 Sale Price I.4S 

Wilkineofi Prunera. reg 4 50 
3sle Price B.4e 

Simplex Cardan Sprinkterg, 
reg 29S Sale Prtr* S.4e 



Sunplex Oardan SprmUer*. 
reg 4 7$. Sale Pnee S.ee 

Oslvamead Chick Paadara. 32 
hole SOc. Sale Price SB# 

Oalvanised Chick Feedar*. 24- 
hole 40c. Sale Price SB# 

Oalvanised Chick Feeders. 16- 
hole 3«k Sale Pnee - tB# 

Round Chirk Fteder, reg 45e 
Sal* Pnre SB# 

Oalvanired Poultry Wetarar. 
reg t 45. 5*1* Pnre BB# 

Large Galvamsed Wash Tub, 
teg 2Q5 Sale Pnre I BS 

Large Oalvanired Wash Tub. 
reg 2 40 Sale Pnre 1«B 

Old English Liquid Floor Wax. 
reg I 9R qasri Silt Price YB# 

Old Bngtiah Liquid Floor Wax, 
reg .'4c pint Sale Pnr* 4B# 



Ironing Board. 7-plv tnc> 
(or I.BS 




52-Place. Johnson 


Bros. 1 




B.TS ! 


1 Only Addiaon Table 
OrOe. rveubr 18.4$ Sal* 
Price IS.TS 




4S-Placa Johnaon 
Dinnar Set . 


Bros. 

BB.BS 


^Tub* RatBo, walnat 
fte 499$. Sale Price ST.BC 




1 

1 Only Baaity Iranar, was ! 




224 50. 5sl* Prka 


IBB.SO 1 



Mo DaHverieB •• No Exchang** ~ No Refumle 

B. C. HARDWARE 



IB4 FORT 



Next la Rayk 



RADIOS VALUES RECORDS 



S ONLY. RCA VICTOR 

AUTO RADIOS I 

With FREE aerial I 

Immediate inetallation.,.^.. 0*w I 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 
PERSONAL PORTABLES 

A.C.-D.C. and portable!, 
slii^htlr naed Complete w*9 



SPRING-WOUND PORTABLE 
GRAMOPHONE 

To clear ’19“ 

COMBINATION RADIO 
PHONOGRAPH-RECORDER 



I ADMIRAL COMBINATION 
! RADIO 

1 Rakelitc table model., Waa $109.95. 
New low price — 9AQ95 



4 ■ ■ I - 

I ADMIRAL TABLE MODEL | 
J — COMBINATION — j 

I Beautiful walnut fmiah. $4 ! 

: Wat $159 95. NOW I ■BD I 



THE 

BEAUTIFUL 

NEW 



Mighty Midgat 



Ste Ua Pint for the Lgtetl in Records 

CAPITAL - MU5ICANA 
MERCURY - signature 
LONDON 



BACK AGAIN 

1000 - 1000 . 1000 
USED RECORDS 



25" 



S THE FAMOUS 

I BEATTY WASHER 

I With lifetime etainleM $4 ^^50 
■(eel tub. One onlv 11^ 



it aaufiar 
♦ Ufitea WWtar 



All three in one. 
To clear, from 



175 ' 



JUST ABOVE QUADRA 



NOVELTY RECORDS 

1 — "Freckle! Sohjf" 

**P.S I Lore You- 

2— "Nellie Paid the Mortgasc ' 
"Cheap Tomato#!** 

3— -"LBaier*! Song" 

"Tht Guy at the End of the Bar* 

4— “I'm Conna Get Drunk" 

"Drinkifi* Likka in Cotta Rica" 



E 4731 





















0 




THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, BC. SUNDAY. AUGUST 15. 1^ 



khovrm] frooi • va*rrlnf c«n <lf«‘ 



To S|>emi Holiday in t^Mtrrn (ianada 



To Make Horae in Vanfou^cr 



ormirtf to fr*«n «n«j veiio* and with 



them *h* rT»cfiv« M * cardrnla roe- 
s«C« turroundad bjr r*d roM* an 
oon*t» Mn T H tvaiM preMdad 
at th« uma 



Hid Excellency Fr&ncisque Oay, French Ambadisador to 
Canada, and Mme. Oay. will arrive in Victoria on Friday. 
August 20. lor a two-day visit and while here will be the 
guests of His Honor the Ueulenant-Oovernor and Mrs. 
Charles A Banks at Oovermnent House. 

Ou Prtdaj' arUniooA Uli Eic«l> 

lency wUl placa a wreath at tha proUwr-ln-law and alatrr, Mt and 
Cenotaph and make hU nirici*! Arthur Oatea. Windkoi Hoad 



Hubs and 
S(K*ieties 



Mre. P O. Prewrr. atxompanled 
by her amall aon Tarry. U arrtrinc 
fniB Vaucoufar uxlay to Oalt bar 



Bnuah Columbia Toy Club pictue 
maeuns will be held at the homa 
of Mr*, c PUsht. Btenkinanp Road. 



aetl. laSI Hampahlrt Road 



Mme Rene Archibald. BAra. H D. 
ParUeau and Mme Sanderaon>Mun> 
gin. prealdenu of the aocleUei. will 
receive the fueets 
On Saturday afternoon memberi 
of Le Camp PraocalM at Shawnigan 
Lake wtU receive the duitinffuUhed 
vuiiori and they will be mlenalned. 
by the camp's dramatic club under 
the direction of the well-known 
French actor. Andre Frere 
The AmbaMadof and Mme Gay 
will be hoeu at an official recepuon 
at the Unkm Club on Saturday eva> 
nlhf. 



Pylluan sutera Capttal City 
Temple No. M will meet on Tueadav 
for card* and came* at the K of 
P Hall, at I p4n 



kiVs* Juan AUen has returned to 
her home oo Sooke Road after 
vuiunt hv grandparenta, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Holyosk In Victoria for the 

past weak. 



MANAGUA Nlrarscua, Auf IS 

Nicaragua again hai a free 

press Frveident Victor M Roman 
Y RevM has algned a ne» taw eiw 
acted by Congress guaranweemg free* 
dom of speech snd eimreasinn 



Mr and Mri Ronald Whiteley 
and baby eon Chiiatopliar John of 
Manhattan. Kansae. are vlalUng 
Mra. Whlteley’s parenta, Mr. and 
Mra. Albert SulUvaa. Richardson 
Bircet. 



Terry WlUic. son of* Mr snd Mrs. 
O. While. Happy Valley Road, has 
returned from a two-week vacetlon 
at the Summer home of hU grand- 
parenU, Mr and Mrs Sidney White 
at Sayward Beafh. 



Mr and Mrtt. A. J Maynard have 
now returned from Ihelr annual 
holiday at the Morgan Hotel. Quail- 
cum Beach. 



FOR FASHION 



Mr and Mra 'Jack Charle.->wurth 
of Edmonton are spending a short 
time with the former's parents. Mr 
and Mra U. C Charleaworth 



The Rev O. H Dowker of Grace 
Church-on-the-Hlll. 



Toronto, has 
left fur the Elaat after a brief visit 
with hu mother Mrs. Dowker and 
ilaieni. Mra. Dowker Smith and 
Mrs Lesllc-MelvUle and family. 



Miss Patsy Ruth Sinnott is leaving Victoria this week with her parrmt, 
Mr. end Mrs. P. J. Sinnott. (or a month's vacation in Eastern Canadian 
dtits snd New York. While bi Montreal she will attend the social 
lunctiena to be held in connection with the convention of the Cenedien 
Bar Astocianon. 



Mus Frances Murray of Berkeley. 
Oallf. is ths gue.'i of I'^r and Mrs 
W E. Porter. Forcswcod QuAdrm 
Street, while on a holiday here 



ntlDols, 



O. Macklln of Morrlaoo. 

Mr Macklln's mother, le spending 
part of her vacatkm In the North- 
west with her eon snd daughter- 
tn-law. 



Mua Helen Peaker has arrived In 
the city by air from New York 
where she Is on the staff of the 
Australian delegation to the United 
Nations, to spend a month visiting 
her parents. Mr. and Mra. Oaorge 
H. Paaker. Oadar Hill Road. Oordoo 
Read 



her nieoe MUs Alma Hardy. The 
guests included Mra P Knigbu 
Mre. F. Carr, Mrs. A. S. Lewts, Mra. 
H. Sinclair Jon«, Mrs Gerald 
Lane, Mra J Naary. Mra. J Lang- 
doo. Mrs R. T. Brlndle. Mra. J. L. 
Gayton. Mra W R Walk, Mra. J. 
Fox and Mrs W Bates 



Miss Janet T Orelg nf Vancouver 
Is vlsIUng Mrs K R. Stewart at her 
home. Ml Mom Street, for aevera) 
Veeks 



Mr. Robert H. Jooet ol Ponoka. 
Alta., was host at a prenuptial din- 
nar party oo Friday evening at 
Terry s dining-room. Thoae preaent 
were his daughter. Mias Buned 
Jonas, and her fiance. Mr. John 
Herbert WUUams. Mrs Margaret 
Owen, great aunt of the bride-elect. 

Mi and Mre H U 



Mr. and Mn Peter McKechnic 
have spent the last two weeks visit- j 
ing their eon-ln-law and daughter.! 
Mr. and Mrs David Allen at Ma- 1 
drena Drive. Deep Cove 
• • « 

MUu Violet Roche returned yes- 
terday to SeatUe after spending 
thrae weeks' hnliday here with her 



Mrs George Murray and her Isro 
sons. Don and Tommy, of San 
FraoiiUco. Calif, U vistUivg her 



Mias Nan Wilson whore marriage 
to Ur. Kenneth Wardroper takM 
place 00 Tuesday has been bonorwd 
at a number of pra- nuptial part Ire 
this week On Tuesday evening Miss 
Mildred Edmonds. MIm Beuy De 
Beck and Mias Barbara Hendereon 
entertained at the home of the lat- 
ter. 3M7 Wlndaor Road Miss Wil- 
son and her mother. Mrs W K 
Wilson received ooraagas of red 



— CeteiiUi Phvia 

Mrs Peter Stewert and her dsughrer. Christie, eged years, who have been residing in Toronto, sre 
la Victoria visiting Mrs. Slcwan's parents. Mr and Mrs. A J. Wstson, 1825 Haro Slreei. Cedboro Bay 
They anil leave early in the week (or Vancouver, where they will be >olned by Mr Stewart and where they 

will make their future home. 



Summer bums, Madrona Onv«, 
Deep Cove. Mrs Sturgrea has also 
had h^ son-in-law and daugjkA^. 
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bevan-PriUrh- 
aid of Vancouver, visiting her. 



from Olds, Alta 
Wllluma, MIm Ethel Gibson. Mlse 
Loma Johnston. Rev and Mrs R 8 
Christie snd Mlse Dorotl.y Kreiward. 



Couple Married 
At Christ Church 



Principals of I^atc \u«[u.st Vi eddin 



Out-of-town guests aiiending the 
WlUiams-Jones wedding last eve- 
ning at First United Chu'ch were 
Mrs. Margaret Owen. Old' . Alta . 
Rev. and Mrs. R 6. Christie Ponoka. 
Alta.. Mr. and Mrs P Johnston. 
Mtm laima. Mlse Betty Lae and 
Mr Alex Johnston, all of Mun* 
dare. Alta ; Mr and Mra Bfioa 
Jones and Miss Marcia Jones, Na- 
naimo. Mr. and Mrs. J Strang. Ian 
and Stephen Strang, Powell River, 
and Miss Ethel Gibson. Edmonton. 



Among Victoria guests registered 
at "Island Hall." ParksvlUc. are Mr 
and Mrs. George Randall and fam- 
ily, Mr and Mrs. Elmeet Davis. Mrs 
B. J. Mitchell and Mias Mitchell. 
MUs Dorothy Bruce. Miss E. Atkins, 
MUs M. McMllUn. Mr. and Mrs. A 
finape and David, Mr M MrCallum. 
Mr Ernest Smith, Mr. J. Boam and 
Mr R B Witur 



Fsshjno leeden spplsad 
Ike duuocuve styling ol 
our oew Oruea waicbea 
Sec our Kleaioo soom, 



Mount Newton will be the future 
home of Mr and Mrs C T.* D 
Whitehouae. who ware married Sat- 
urday evening at Christ Church 
Cathedral. 

Rev Canon Michael Coleman offi- 
ciated at the ceremony uniting the 
former Lucy Spark, daughter of Mr 
John kpark of thte dty. and the 
youngest son of Dr. and Mra. B C j 
Wiutehousc, of Brentwood I 

The bride, 



WUion. Miscellaneous gtftj wen | 
presented to the gucwi of honor | 
from those preaent who included 
Mrs. James Henderson. Mn. W. O 
Montgomery of OtUwm. Mre P 
Edmonds. Mre. Leonard Oraot. Misa 
Mamie Wilson. Mist Alice Tourul- 
lotte, MIm Grace Campbell. Miss 
Nora Oryborgh and Mlu Maureen 
Tates. 

Mrs. John Falrweatber and Mias 
Madge Evans were co-hoeteeere oa 
W'ednesday evening at a ahower at 
the home of the latter, Cardigan 
Road, the Uplanda. In honor of 
Mias Wilson The many gifts were 



NO ixTAA corr 



After an absence of 34 years. Mr. 
and Mn. E. 8 Fisher will arrive 
In the city oo Sunday from Eng- 
land to spend a holiday with the 
latter's mother. Mrs E A Turnbull. 
8SV Cralgflcwer Road. Accompanied 
by their son Gordon, and daughter 
Ellxabeth. they srlll epend two 
months In the city before returning 
to their home in Preeton, England. 
In October 



Mus Bylvia Irene Oav entertained 
recently at her home at 3145 Quadra 
Street in honor nf Mrs RiMmond 
Stern who is leaving the dty shortly 
Fellow employees of the Hudaoni 
Bay Company office preeenied the 
honored guest with a pair of pheas- 
ant plaquea A buffet supper was 
served from a table decorated in 
pink and mauve. 



given away by her 
father, was lovely in white eaUn with I 
full laoe ovcnkin Aniahed with »l 
peplum at the waist, the fitted! 
bodice had a round neck and aheirt' 
sleeves with which she wore kmg 
lace mitts A three-quarter length 
veil of embroidered net was ar- 
ranged under a headdreae of white 
eatrlch tips A pear) necklet, the gift 
of the groom, was her only orna- 
ment. and to eomplete her charm- 
ing ensemble the bride carried a 
ahower bouquet nf pink mere and 
white heather. I 

MIm Dorothy Wilea, m»id of hon- 
or. was gowned in pastel green 
nylon sheer, snd Miss Evelyn Me- 
Oonlgls in yellow tefTeta, both styled 
xrtth peplum efTects, ahort aleevee 
and full skirts. Clusters of dower s 
lo match their gowna, srere eaught 
over the temples: they wore kmg 
mlMs and carried sheafs of gladioli 
and sweet peas to harmonise 
Mr. Duncan McPherson was 
froomsman tor hu broiher-ln-Iaw. 
and wthers were Mr Terry W Oar- 
low and Mr Rafs Forbee-Letth. 

*n»e reeepUon was held at the 
BIrathryma Hotel Mrs 



JIWtLIiS 



omeuNS 



IJ17 OOUQLAS ST 



MIm June Day. daughter of Mr 
and Mn Biir Day. 1140 VUU 
Heights, has left for Vancouver, 
where she erlll dance In the Van- 
couver Exhibition shows which are; 
being held under the direction of 
Min Alda Broadbent. noted Amerl-' 
ean dance director MIm Day eras 
accompanied to the Mainland by 
Mlu Donnie Dlx. who t» also taking' 
port in the ahow 

• • • 

Rev. O R Easter and family are 
visiting In Berkeley. Calif. Loe 
Angelee. and Mexico during which 
time an exchange of pulpits has 
been arranged Dr Kenneth Wal- 
lace of Berkeley Thousand 
Oaks Baptist Church la at First 
Baptist Chiuxh here and Mr. Euter 
U at Thousand Oaks Baptist Church 
during August. 

Mr Hall M*Mackllk head of the 
Department of Mustc at the Utii- 
verelty of Idaho at Moscow, and 
Mrs Macklln are spending three 
weeks in Victoria, and have taken 
a home at 830 Bank Strwet for the 



The guests In- 
cluded Mn O. Bolley. Mrs D Wind- 
wood. Mrs O E Day and MIssm 
M Guy. B Outtrlm. I Wood, J Dyar, 
E Rogers arui C. Day. 

Mn J. B Barnett entarlAlned re- 
cently at her home on Cedar HUl 
Road In honor of her daughiar-ln- 
law. Mrs Howard Barnett, net 
Shelagh Oravee. of Toronto Mra. 
Nera Kermode and Mrs. 8 A A. 
Hebden presided at the lea table 
and the hoateu was assisted by her 



SHOPPING NEWS 

of Special Interest to 
Our American Visitors 



-Aftvn., Vi. 

MR WIU.IAM J. M. MOORr. 
llara Harold Moore. 1230 Craigflower from the University of Brltk 
Road, Victoria The sreddlng wlllhumbla In 1848 and receive 
take piece at Holy TtlnJty Church. Master's Degree In Engln 
Hammond River, NR, on August 31.. from MoOUl Univerelty this 
Mt« Duffy graduated In Science 'Both Miss Duffy and Mr Moo 
from Ml AlUson University, while employed at the National R« 
Mr. Monn paduatod ta Helene* ^--■;tv'11 Id Ottawa 



M1MH mi TH E. Drrpv 
Interest both her# and In the 
East la the announcement made 
by Ur and Mrs John Duffy. Nau- 
wegewauk. N B 



$50 REWARD 



ir rsv cse Srtnt ui snr twtM emt 

vsich II Qf o«tr thst *« t 

rtreir sni lusrsetM 



of the engagement 
of their eldeet daughter. Ruth Ellm- 
beth. to Mr William John Mylre 
lUoore. only son of Or. and Mn WU- 



H Harvey 

Mnt of the bride, and Mn White- ! 
Bmire assieied the yuung eouple toi 
receiving the gueats The Ihree-ttared 
fake tcgjped with rorebuds flood on 
a table decorated with pink earna- 
tkms Mr Frank Laeley gave the 
Inast 

The eouple wtll wKAor to Ntlmn 
ter thetr boneyDioon and return 
ternuRh the United States Foti 
trsvetlng. the bride wore a navy' 
blue twn-plece drere with Basque- 
blue topcoat and hat. red arceasfiries 
•nd a enrsage of Plnocchlo rreMi. 



one of the world’s outatand.ng bul-^ 
ton etHlectors, and the loruns of her| 
house were loaded with buttons ofi 



SCURRAHS in Victoria 



ha* slways been noted for lU oulsitndinf 
dxpisv of kigheti qitalitv tmporird Briitth 
sporiawssr snd Ane woolens We cordisMy 
invna yee to visit emr store and see (or your- 
•rlf this grind srrsv nf Ane women s wear. 



all kinds. 



balance of their visit. Mrs. Charica 



At a quiet wedding performed h\,Ul 
at the bofXM of the bride's parents 
yesterday afternoon. Rev O. L. i sj 
OiUard read the nuptial eervu-e 
'uniting in marriage Joyce Oon-i.,., 
:*i. " RoMnson Pillar, daughter of^T^.i 
I Mr snd Mrs William Robinson ! _ 
|Plller. 1150 Summit Avenue, end 
jJohn nergllfflore MaAlUter. eon of ^ 
jthe lata Mr. and Mrs Robart Me- A*" 
lAlUter, Balfssi Ireland p« 

The bride, given In tnarriags by prU 



Parents 



COATS 



Lei your children know the 
charm of rrrating mtj«ic 
ihem^elvet 

Select • HKf.L riAVO, 
there is no hner piano msdc 
Yrmr prevent piano taken a« 
part payment snd irrmi ar- 
ranged on the balance 



DR. LOCKE 
SHOES 



r.rnuine 

Twrrds 



Pun (smel hair. 1'hesc 
ensu have been made lor 
tis from our own imported 
Englivh rsmel hair cloth, 
the Aneti quality that 
money ran h«y RR.T8 



^ A nix ****^ was charming in a paetal 

nonqupt^ AUft^l9t tab*rdl?»e suit with navy blue 

... ' . . accfSBortai and large ftli picture 

Ail ex-Wrens sre invited to el- [hat She was attended by Mire 
tend the annual banquet to be heldiPecgt# Oroeiey. who wore a wine 
in the Douglas Hotel m Monday, i gabardine suit wlUi white eccre- 
Augxisi 30. a* 1 pm. R reervationa sortee 

«r with Mlse Phyllis McRay. *^’.*man 

Oak Bay Avenue. B tttt Itellowtng the eeremnny m u». 

formal recepuon was held at the 
FLAN OARfiRN PARTY Oarrleon Sergeant's Mega, Work 

The W A to Sonke Branch. Cana- Point Bamcks, where Mre. Pillar, 
dlan Laglnn will hold a garden :*^ring a figured dr«tx with btack 
party Wednesdav aftamnon. en«n- ‘ptaiure hat. rv«elv«d the guesta. A 
mendng at 3 30. at "Ravenna." jt«n-Uer wedding cake deooretad 
the borne of Mr and Mn ft C. {*IUi Sweetheart roeee eentred the 
Oatec. There srlU be needlework .bride's table, which the coudIc eut 



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dr»p*d Akin, oiAtchlnc blue hbt 

etclit irtn. flb» • Oo4' 

onlbl bouqufi ot nuKhiAf tw—x 

ptM 

Mr kCch*el J*nnln«i n» the 

bMt BUA 

Ovtni to ft berftftvftmeat to the 
brihft'ft tftmlly • r«e«t>Uon for roift- 
Uvftft ftnd elofte fiiortd* wm b*M fti 
the home at tb* fnxm'e poronu, 
wbert Mn Eirk and Un 
rftoefeed th« guMU A thr««'tter 



wedding tftkt, lurnnintled wiih tul)« 
ft«d Whitt baby chn'ftftnthemuim 
flftoked b!T white upen In Diver 
holden etntred the biide e Uhle. 
Mr Gordon Hiirle propoaed I he 
tooat to tive bride 
Mr. end Mre TeMdole left for • 
motor trip Up^UUnd. tor whlrh the 
bride wort « wine bftUerlnft salt 
with rrey ftcoMftorleft On their rt- 
tura thc7 will reelde at M Coin* 
biidce Street 



Joyce Morley, James \lcKeachie 

of * 

Married at First I'nited ( Jiurcli 



Pretty ^eddin 



To Be Married on Ausust 28 



A white fllk rrepe ftfiernoon dreae' 
wae ehoeen by MU» Mary UabeUaj 
Eirk. dau«bt«r of Mr and Mn. C. B ! 
Kirk. Via Oladetooe Avenue, focj 
her wedding to Mr Roy Char 1 m 
D iary Teeedale, eon of Mr and Mre I 
C. T Ttaadale 1000 Hampahlre fload,| 
which took pUtoe at St. Mary * 
Cbureb laet eetiarM with Arch* 



Pint Onlted Church wae the acene 
of a wedding at Intereet both hwe 
and Dp>Ulahd laat evanlnf er^n 
Rev Dr W o WlUon nfrielatMl at 
the double-ring ceremony uniting 
In marriage Velma Joyce, deughter 
of Mr and Mn. J O. Morley, 
Bhawrugan LAke. and Jamee O. Mc- 
Keachle, eon ot Mr and Mn A 
McKcMhla. ISM Oxford Btraeu Vie- 
torle. 

Yellow, meuve, white and pink 



of the groom, and Mr. Kenneth* 
Morley. brother of the bride, acted 
a« uahen 

Poliowing the eeremooy a recep- 
tion wae held at Cberrybank Houi. 
where Mr. Alt Whan propoaed the 
toeet to the bride. Cream and 
•almon colored gladioli. mulU>col- 
ored enmatloOA and hoUyhocka were 
‘ur.i to decorate the room*. 

For traveling Up-laland the bride 
wore a beige gaberdine euK, with 



KENTS 



KENTS 



on Um altar with beakete ot gladioli ' 
at uie chancel ralL 

The biide'a dreea featured ^ped 
bodice with full pleetad aklrt un- 
preaaed pleated aklrt and aha wore 
a erownlM picture hat arvd white 
lace mltla and carried red roeee and 
white eamatinna. Her father gave 
her in marriage 

Mre. OyfU Wake ter. the groom’a 
aliter, attended the bride, wearing 
an afternoon dreaa of delft blue with 



en oorsage 

Mr and Mn. McKearhle will 
raeide in Victoria en their return. 



The fair-haired bride, given h. 
marriage by her father, waa lovMy 
la a gown of ivory aatln featuring 
period neckline trimmed with lace 
arid lare-tfimmed re dingo le r’ 

' a train. Her hand ; 

fuU-length veil wae held by a ' > i-- 

of aeed pearla, and ahe a 



FKMININl Pl'ET 

WINOBAM. Ont. CF> ^TomaUwe. 
curumben and cabbage flew her* 
when a woman euetocner and the 
feminine clerk of a fruit etore got 
Into an argument about the price of 
a baeket ot tomatoea Police In- 
vs!tlg:it-:ci but laid no chargee 



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MISi SHIRLBY LAHONT MR. ROBBRT McAREE 

The engagement of their daughter. Shirley H.. to Mr Robert 8. McAtee hee been announced by Mr. and 
Mrs. Alexander k. Lament, 2659 Roee b eery Avenue. The groom-elect la the aon of Mr. and Mre. J. McArce 
BromUy Place. Victona. The wedding will take place in St. Barnabaa* Church on Saturday, Auguet 26. 

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FoIloHin®: Wedding I.ast Eyenin 

A wedding of wide tntereat wae eett, Ulee Hilnry Caatie 
ielemnlaad at hlatotiral Bt. Bteph- Jaan Dorman wearing 
en a Church laat evening whan frockj of Bwiaa ambrol 
Dlie Kaiberlne. daughter of Oapc|gandy m paitel ahadee 
ar>d Mri. R. 8. Rughee, Mount New- ' hadr khay were gladioli eoi 
ton Omavoada. ewchattged vowa carried Colonial bouquets 
wttb Mr WUUam Donald Bvana, matching libbooa. 
eon of Mrt. Orace Kvana of Raw The biidefrooan had h 
Weatminater with Van. Archdeacon flying Officer John Ivai 
W. O. Wwtem omclattng Mre J jman 
C. Butterfield played the tradl-, When the young coup! 
Mortal wedding muale 'church they were plpM 

The bride, given to marrUgt by ; Dr Ronald Bcott-Moncr 
her father, waa charming in a gown | Tha reception waa he 
of Imported Bwiaa embroidered or*, home of the bride 'a pere 
gandy faahlnned with aquare neck- nockbum." Mount Newt 
line and bouffant aklrt. Her finger- roada. where Mra. Rughet 
Mp lUualoo net veil waa held with Evana aaalated the young 
a ooronet of double white larkapur receive the gueata. Mr. R 
and ahe carried a bouquet of while propoaed the toaat lo thi 
larkapur and Sweetheart roaaa. The honeymoon wtU 

Attending the biid# were Mlaa South, the brld 

Barbara Aiklna aa maid of boitor/®^ coatum 

and her coualna Miaa Marilyn Bla-!*P*^* etid blua wh 



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walls wfth soft grey trim 



Vancouver the bride traveled In a^ 
white Alpine ault with pink aeeea-ii 
eodaa. Mr. and Mra Kelly will 
make their home at tw Bupartoe 
Street on their return. i 



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OLAD6TONZ, Man CW.-A large 
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merrhantUae. turned over In a ditch 
on a highway approaching here 
Pulled out by a tow truck. It toppled 
over agah) aa it rounded a eemer 
In Oladatooe Truck and oontenu 
were damaged but no otwi wai In- 
jured. • 



Daily arnvait m the newevt 
of Fall ahadet- 



turquoiae 

and burgundy drapes will do much lo \ 
jpvg that oh-io-important grown-up feeling 



Canadian women knaw the value and performance of 
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Engagements 

Mr. and Mrs- L- Bentham of 
Blfgmr. Saak., wtah to announce the 
engagement of thetr only daughter, 
Rubv Hilda, to Percy Kenneth 
Cummings, second son of the late 
Mr and Mrs C P Cummings of 
Victoria The wedding will take 
place on September I at centennial 
United Church, at T:I0 pm 



Navy and Colors, some with 
matching hati F.ipecislly 
•mart are the wool coats with 
HaoHi fared with Irnpard 
trim. We've everything lo 
send ynur daaKhter hark to 
schctol in sivir 



Ethel Schuler 
Weds T. Kelly 

At First United Church last eve- 
ning Rev, Dr, W. O. Wilson offi- 
ciated at the wedding which united 
in marriage Ethel AdUde BchtUer 
daughter of Mr and Mrt Edward 
Schuler of Nlpawln, Saak . and 
Thnmaa Alexander Krllv aon of Mr 
Mrs. William Kelly of Regina. 

7%e bride's brother-in-law. Mr. 
Rnyal B £yana. gave her lo mar- 
riage end for the ncoaalon the wore 
e gown of white aatln wltn Queen 
beaddrcaa. She eartied a 



The engagement la announced of 
Evelyn Dorothy Partridge grand- 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George P 
Waittw. 1636 Camosun, to Jack Al- 
sryn Noel, eldeet son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Bert Noel, ]«» Richardson 
The wedding will take place early In 
September at St. John's Church 



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Anne 

bouquet of rod raaa Mlu Vera J 
Kelly, slater of the groom, attended 
the bride, wearing a pale blue floors 
length gown with matching head- 
I dreaa and gloves and ahe carried a 
I bouquet of gfadioU. 

Mr. William L. Oalrna was best 



Mr and Mrs T W Coyne, o 
663 Ave. K North. Saskatoon, an 
nounca the sngageraeni of ihcl: 
daughter. Alice Mary Coyne, U 



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Mr and Mrs John Duffy. Nauwig 
ewauk. announce the engagemeni; 
of their eldeet daughter. Ruth Bisa-i 
beth. to William John Myles eon of. 
Dr and Mrs Wtlltam Harold Mncm. 
Ylctotia, B C. The wedding will Uke 
place August 31 In Holy Trinity 
Church, Hammond River. N B 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY. AUGUST 15. 104S 



and • changr alUr Ih* uaUormUy 

o( v*r fiMhaa 



\ Princess 



vill b* that on ind attar Auguat 11 



Comes of A^e ' 
On Ei^iiteenth Birthday 

LONDON. Aug. 14 'NANA*.— | H^r (AOtU> *l*o dlaapproraa of the 
Prtnee« Har»ar#i. younger lUter of high-heeled thoee ah* wears to make 

“k' h*r 

of age at !g August 11. and l«av« . ^ ' 

abortly thereafter for her flnt ni=; >r Margaret li 

royal r*pre*enuilon at the inaugura- *« *«»• 

Uon of Pilnceu Juliana of ^ 

Neiherland. aa queen U probably the! ^ d^ deelgner anjoy. making 
moet popular teen-aged gtrl m the her rtothee ahe Ukoa a Uee- 

world Rumora of her poaalbk mar- /"ier*« to them Her favorite 
riage are foUowed ai avidly to the ‘" red and blue, but ahe aUo 

United Buies as in Britain, in South • lot of ptnk She thinks 



4 What dcMw the word 'trar\atent' 



UKCd IXOTHES 
In spite of frequent wrangle* with 
her family about eloibas. 'Margaret 
gets on with them all extremely well 
and kTvea being at home The Duke 
of Edinburgh and ahe are Arm 
friends. She spends a great deal of 
time With him and her alaicr. 

*Tou know. I arranged the mar- 
riage, ** she declares, and la delighted 
at the prospect of becoming an aunt 
She knits a lot of baby clothM 
When an home Margaret usually 
wears an old skirt and a Jumper and 
becomes theoretically a child again 
“In spite of everything. I eoroe- 



I What Is s word beginning with 
do that Dieans ~lnactiv*“f 
ANHWERS 

1. Bay. “This ts the same kind of 
weather.- or. *TThU weather I* similar 
to that of last week " 1. Pmnoune* 
the first I as In It unstressed, not as 
in pile, accent after the a. 1. Tail> 
lesa 4. rteeUng. hruf, auauentarr. 
“Mirth Is short arwl tranalsnt, 
cherfUlnme Aaed and permanenL* 
—Addison, k. Dormant 



sister as queen without the need of 
s regency She la. however, not qual- 
lAed to be a Counselor of Bute an- 
il) she Is 31. Also after her birth- 
day.she may have a lady-ln-vraiUng 
of her own. while at present on* ' : 
the Queen's ladles attends her 



iCetiMliSsiM Nswi Fssiurw. tse 1 



people know what she really la Uke 



as grtnmup. 



matching shoes and gloves. She 
says that sha prefers the new look 
to the otd beesuse n to more graceful 



Ulu eo many other mothers. 

The principal difference Margar 
et's birthday wtll make to her sUtu* 



Well, she to a very real person, 
gay. witty and deAnltely on lbs ball. 
Quests at Buckingham Palace In 
LmidoD are sometimes Uken aback 
by Princess Margaret's blunt, direct 
remarks — but few of them fall 
eventually to Join In the laughter. 
Por. despite a keen sena* of fun and 
an uninhibited longue, the princess to 

She to, 



AND 



fit - / J t eascntlally kind hearted 

■j^V V jlK., however, a ferociously devei mimic 

Ke and at time* keeps her family 

n|L 1 . amused for hours with this talent. 

~ Although the Queen has tried U> 

^ ^ young In looks st^ 

^>lrit~and In the eyes of the puhuc 
A —as passible, U has not always been 

easy But now Margaret is eon- 
eidered completely grown up. even 
^ i \ I ^ family. Tbs Anal battle de- 

m m \ j veloped over Margarets attendance 

■mH|^ T a \ m Ascot races this Bprtng. 

^ ^ \ s rtay home 

^ W Queen told Margaret that she 

^ a n ^ bom*, but the Prln- 
i cees had other Ideas Her family and 

3 their gueets for the race 

1 c<*urae. an hour after they had 

J Margaret ordered another ear 

J and ctarted after When 

1 arrived the 

i many asumtohed faces. But Mar- 

w , gsrp' had won her way. After that 

1 she attended every day the racm 

LOVE! TO 

Margaret's ac- 

eonung u> drcl** the family, 

— cedniM PtMM to dancing. She goes to nearly every 
Gooaalas Chapter. LO.DJL mil hold a garden party at the residence private dance to which ahe to tnvU- 



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nne Shew's pupils / like her. quite apart from a sense of 
isnd will be among /guty. She tells them so many amus- 
np^n, se^ed, and jng storto* that soon they forget that 
Mr*. J. D. Gunn. different from any other girl 

In the room. If she were not royal, 

it to certain that Margaret would 
be one ol (he most sought-after 
young girls in Britain 

I The Queen also takes the view 

Ip that her younger daughter uses too 

much ihakeup for a girl of her age 
to to face the op- But Margaret to sstute about that 
•ring the other leg Bhe usee Just a Util* powder 

. . .. and lipstick at home "so that there 

u feet, so they wlU 

lu in your old age." nukee up properly when she goe? 
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tog "push-ups " The health and 
welfare department has begun a -Watch 
drive lo lake the sag out (ff round i Por e 
ahouldert and reduce to* girth of|b* potn: 
bay windows. 

In a pert UlU* Zt-pag* booklet 
•ailed “Dally Does It ...- toe de- 
partment's physical Atness dlvlaion 
has lined up a eenes of exerctoca for 
toe lady of the bulgti\g hipe. and the 
man with the kewple doll figure 
In fact “if you're phystcally fit— 
youl) be a big hit ... - the depart- 
ment qulpe throughout the book- 
let which to eompoeed td a ^Hev 
of exercises destined lo lest every 
muscle from head to toe And In 
case you're not good at reading in- 
•tructlons, there are Agures lllueira- 
tlng the different poettlona 
For that stresmllncd recondlUou- 
tog It's beet lo begin by "sUtUtg 
pretty.- * 

First beck ep your hipe In your 
chair so that toe body to vertleal 
lo toe chair seat. At the same dme| 
make eure your cheat to up. and in 
Un* with your hips. Centre yuur i 
head over your hips and eheet. and 
pull In your chin and hold your 
hrsd high When you bend, lean 
forward from the nips, seeping the 
ehesi up. but the shoulder* down. 

ArTER gROPPINO 

For the woman Just bark from a 
day's shopping; 

1 Bland with the back against 
tor wall, and try to make the small 
of the back touch the walL 
3 Relax the body forwards and 
downwards aa far as It will com- 
forubly go The lower part of tha 
hip now Is touching the wall 
a Slowly uncurl the body, gradu- 
ally returning to an erect poelUnn 
against the well Frees the small of 
tos back against the wall while 
straightening up. 

For the man who has been iit- 
Hng ell day- -here s an exercise 
which should make him feel as if 
he has Just corns m from a round 
•f golf 

Bianding erect, he should choose 
a chair-back or wall Ibr support, 
and holding on to this with the 
left hand he should stand oa to* 
left les — cc) tip toe. One* In poM- 
Mon he should swing to* right leg 
forward and backward, ewtnging as 
lar as ponslble end keeping the body 
•till white the leg to ovivlng. 



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('/clfbrat 



M wen pneenied ic lAe KueeUiuienu *ne aemd. the tvw tf b«in« 
CMNr UMl the ftfu were coo> eacuted b; Mn K Brl«n. 



fUMU Included Mn N P Brrtten* 
bKh. Mn Waller Bettye. Mn Oer- 
trudr Howard. Mra. W K Yula, Mra 
E Webber Mn W Jenren. Mra E 
Pranrt*. Mri J B Bealn Mr» 
Monaihan. Mn W J. KnnfU. Mn 
Hugh Orty. Mn. I. 'nH>rbum. Mn 
O. OuudaU, Mra Wtlsnn. Mliwea 
Alice Malnan and Pearl Crocker 



MUa Sylvia Patch who la to be 
married to Mr JUn AJdred. KC M P.. 
early In Arptembn-. wao honored 
Friday niflit at a mlacellaneoua 
•hoarer at the liorrte of Mrn OU- 
bert L- Brown. 3920 Oder HUl Road. 
Ulaa Fetch received a nmwge o( 
red and white eamauona with 
awainaona afUte her mother. Mn 
Arthur Fetch, received white car* 
naUooa. The glfta were concealed 
beneath a pcctUly dror>rated water- 
ing can Ttia invited gueati in- 
cfuded Mn E Reid. Mra Horace 
Dawaon. Mra Harry Touam. Mn 



J, Van Maanen & Son 



Wa SpcciaKaa w Fum Watcb and 
Jtwrlry Work 



A Joint kncheo shower hnckortng 
two August brtdes-elact. MUa Deals 
Wakeham and Mlxa Doreen Oleava. 
was held recently at the homa of 
Mra U. S. Davia. IM Cambrldga 
Street, when gufata included fellow 



Mn J. N findlay Mrs WkUlain Me* 
Fadden. Mrs. J. Blade Btevena. and 
MUaea LouUe 



Mlchaux. 
Roberu and WUla Reid. 



Mn B. Amman atid Mra U. T. 
Deana entertained at a mUcel* 
laneoua abowrr in honor of th^ 
niece and coualn reapectively. Min 
•Hiur^day 



August SALE of 



Chrtaale Stevena(«i 
evening at the home of Mn B 
Acreman. 1711 Stanley Avenue The 
biide-elect, the bride's mother, 
gmem-elart'e mother and the 
brideamaid all reoeivad nuaagea 



The smell eon of Mr. erul Mrs K. T. Eadc, 411 Walter Avenue. Thomas 
David, la all eet to celebrate hli flnt birthday today. Thomaa ia the 
grarMlaon of Mr. and Mra George Sadc. 913 Gorge Road Weat, and 
Mr. and Mra J. W. Burnett, 411 Waller Avenue. 



Knotta, Mra. C. O. HarrUon. Mra [ 
Gertrude 'Howard, Mn. J. Pen-ll 
dray. MUisea Amy BpUUburi'. Murtal>: 
Parrot. Jaan Chambers Muriel Bat*| 
lya Lucy Carpenter and Sue Her-, 
rlacjii. I 

Mrs Robert Hunt and MUa Morlell 
Battye were boateaaea at a mUce)-l 
laneoua ahnwer In honor of MUei 
Ruth Battye on TTmraday evening | 
at the home of the former. IIM Fin* 
layeon Avenue A corsage of plnk< 
camalloDa and eweet peaj was pre - ! 
aented to the brtde-to-be oo arrival, 
and the many glfu were preaanied' 



4-piece HUDSON BAY SABLES. 

Regular $.Wi 

3-piece HUDSON BAY SABLES- 

* Regular $2.*»0 

2-piece HUDSON BAY SABLES. 

Regular $175 



C Maclean. Mra. R DumMetnn, 
Mn. T a Home. Mrt. E Bennett. 
Mra. W. Stevenaon. Mn A H Jonoa. 
Mim. J. a. PhimoD. Mn A D Steven* 
sem, Mn W Fulton Mn. J Steven- 
erd. Mn W. jamieAon arul Miaaea 
A. Oarmlebael. Mary and Marlon 

atceeneon 



— "Jw-iute' niMs 

Mr. and Mra. 91 Appleyard art pictured et the reception held at the 
heme of the bride's parents following their wedding which took place 
facently at Firet Unit^ Church. TTie bride le the former Betty Spokely. 



and Uly • point aleevea. 'Hie akin 
featured a draped-effect which 
formed a peplum aeroae the back.' 
A beaded coronet held her iinger*Up 
embroidered vdh Ber only Jewelry 
waa a peal necklet and gold brace- 
let, the latter a gift from the brlde'a 
father to her mother on their wed- 
ding day. A bouquet of red roaea and 
white gladioli completed the brlde'a 
ensemble. 

MUa Ethel Olbaon and Mtm Lnrna 
JckhnatoQ, niece of tha groom, wan 
(Besaed in pale UuquoUe nyloo taf- 
feta and pink taffeta, raipeoUvaly. 

I with mltta and open-crowned hats to 
the latter trimmed with 



Auguat 



MUi Jean MrCiae, 
brlde^alect. waa honored at a mU« 
rellanaoua ihower given by MUa Kay 
WelU at her home, 1048 View Street, 
recantly. Ttw booured gueat was pre- 
tented with a eoraage of pair yellow 
canuUone and the many glfU were 
concealed In a repUca e theatre. 

The gueata Included MUaaa E WelU, 

J King. B Pearce. E Rlcharda, R. 

Huma, J. Smith, K. Cummlna. N. 

Stewart and P. Clagg and Mn. mantel mirror 
Edwarda. Mra. 

Mn. ▼ Kaalen. Mra, H OUUa, Mn. Rrlrkson. Eva Phllllpe. Edith 

O. U Bona. Mn. W K Miller. Mn. ^ 0 ^, ^, 11 , Dorothy Pettlew, 

Helen and Jean Elliott. Frances 
Smith, CHadya Oe Wolfe and Paggy' 
jOimea. 

I Oo Friday evaning Mrs O F 
\ Atkina aotartAlned Boyd. 606 Cralgnower Road. anUir- 
at a kHcUeo'ahowar at the Atkina' tained at a kitchen ahower in honor 
hotiM, tU Aniold Avaoue A gar- of MUa Ruth Battya, aa Auguai 
denla eoraage waa praarnted In tha brlda-alect The glfU were preaented 
taiide-to-be while her mother and to the honored gueat from a dec- 
the mother of the gronoi-elect re> orated bog. Oueete Included Mn. 
eelved gladioli Upa. The ueeful gtfte N. F Breltrnbacb. Mr* Walter Bat> 
were eoncealed In a "ahlp" brought tye. Mn Robert Runt, Mn. W. J. 



4-riK« im 
Oe btu for 



Mua Ruby Bcntham. who u to be 
married early next month, waa 
honored recently at a rhower given 
by Mn. Ann Jones and Mim Doreen 
Cartwright at the home of U\e lattar 
on Cumberland Road The bride- 
elect waa presented with a corsage 
of pink man together with an oval 
The fUt'U were 
MUaes Betty Aitken, Tereaa Webb. 



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Jvat iatieuu tlM Ksabar at esnalM 
1 * 0 «r Window 

J I P F R I K S 
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match, 

• flowers to duplicate the bloonu In E. OUver and Mn. P. Staran. I 
Ithelr bouqufU Both earrled glatUoh ^ ■ I 

I and carnations in ahadea of pink and' O® Friday evening MUa Bernice, 
I white. MUs Marcia Jonaa wearing Atkina, an August brlde-eieel, waaj 
'a long while taffeu frock with g»mat of bon« whan MIm Kay Bny, 
bandeau of pink f Iowan In her ^ “id MUa Ir^ne 
hair, waa tha flower glrL She ear- “* ‘ 
rled a Colonial bouquet of pink ' 
roeee and camatlona. The biida- 
groom had hU brother-ld-law. Mr.: 

Jay Strang, as beat man and uabar- ' 

Ing were Mr Clflon Jones and Mr.^ 

Jim Mainguy I 

At the reception held at the Oak 
Bay Beach Hotel. Mrs R. Jonaa 
e family fnerul. and Mrs. WlUlama 
welcomed the gueau wl^h the newly- ' 
weds. 'The three-Uered cake topped 
with flowen arwl flanked by lighted | 
tapera centred the table at which 
Mrs R 8. ChrUite and Mn M. 

Owen presided. Mr Elf ion Jonaa pr^ ' 
poaed the health of the bnde. and 
a toast was also given by Mr. 

ChrUtlft to Mrs R. jooea Telegranu 
wen reed from relsUvn tn Britain, 

Canada and the United Staua MUa 
Dorothy Kanward who eang *TU 
Walk Betide You" while the register 
was being signed, was aim soloist 
during the reception, ^singing 

.. Y^r- • 

Leaving for a honeymoon motor 
trip through the United Statea and 
the Intarlor. tha bride wort a cherry 
red aauardiDo suit with gray bat 
and grey suede aocrasories. 

Mr and Mrs WUUama will make 
their home in Ylctorla. 



BEFORE o 
DURING a Gold 






rfiof's thm 3 way 
AaiON of 

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Il’i picked for perfection— 

packed lor proiertton — tnd poured for 
pleasure. And it‘i R RALLY FRESH for 
the simpU reason that it's packed 
freih EV'ERY DAY. Your (crocer anywhere 
on Vancouvar Island doesn’t have to 

carry larjfe stheks. he can jfef a FRF.^H 
STOCK at a few hours' notice. More 

and more people on our Island arc 
Endinff that Jameson's fives 

them all they most dcairc wi true 
coffee enjoyment. 



8 C CLEAN-UP SALE 
of SUMMER HATS 

MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLYI 
No Exchanges or Chargei 
on These Rargains 



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Saw Chan shows you every step I 
Pattern eomas In slSM IS. 14. 

M. 16. 10. sue 16 takss tU ymnU < 
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g«»i TWENTT-nVE CENTS In 
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far ihU pattom. Print plainly slae, 
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Send your order to The Dally. 
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•treat, Yletorla. B.C. Tb* pattern 
wlU be fnsD Tnronlo. i 



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rv*ant, g.c ^ 

BERI^dT Aug 14 (gl.^An an- 
noun cwm iit by BiitUh authnrlttea 
said last night that the Jewe who 
were brought back lo Himburg last 
year after a dramatic hid to reach 
Palestine hsvs vanubed frcih their 
camp for "an wnknovn deettna- 
Mon." 



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THE DAH.Y COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY, ALT'.UST IS. 1<*48 



think I'm phcnorornal I'm not 



Little Stories for Bejt 



Successful Cfireer for Sightless 
l*ioueerc(l by liliud Girl Typist 

NEW YORY. Aim tt iNANA' Uu InMirmnc* poUcy •ppUnUots knd 
Helen ^v*o (• ont <rf thouMnds <d quetUonnatrM for her. 
typtaU In New York City, but ahe to HeemUy ahe aompleted a Sl-wcek 
blASinc A new trAll Succaaa/uI bual- courat oo Ufe oftlc* mAiumement — 
i>eAA CArtera for blind woman She « difficult iitaurAnce rub)ect Helen 
not only keepe up with her feD ‘»jrAcelwl the tecond highest AverAg# 
workeri but out-doea th«a | in her cIaaa. a f AmitlAr feat for a 

Born with only partial Alght. gtri who won a acbolarAhlp lo aol* 

Helen becAme eomplataly blind At ^ ieg«. which she wm unable lo accapt. 

If. tan yaart ago. Determined to and eompleted a one-year buelnaai 



UffrS IjIKh THAT By fred Nchcr 



’HUind perwm» can fill many po» 
eiUona- - wrapping packagm In ahip> 
ping offtcaa. doing manual Joba. op- 
trail ng swttchtaoartU. anawering tale- 



PETER liEEM THE 
qrACK FAMILY 

I At the alap of Paddy the Bearer a 
I tail on Lha water the ahadow in the 
moonlight, which Peter knew waa 
really oo ahadow at all. but Hooty 
the Owl. turned and pawed over 
Paddy ao low that it aeemed almnet 
to touch Paddy 

“You mind your own aflaira and 
aunp apolling my huming." Kitted 
Hooty. "I won't atand It" He 
.mapped hu beak In a way that 
made Peter Rabbit tremble, for 



phonal and typing 



Out^r the office. Helen leaito tha 
Ule of an average, attracUve voung 
whlteH»Uar girl Ught-hearted. de- 
spite the fact that she will never tea 
again because her optic nervt is 
dead, toir Ukea dancing and twtm- 
oung She plays the piano, alngi and 
U a member of the Ughthouse Plav- 
vrs. a dramatic aoclely for the blind. 



BULBS 



montha. 

FR1F..VDH HELP 

Stud) trig tor the life office man 
agcfflent course presented qutie a 
few difficulties Since no BrmUle texts 
were available ahe used the aame 
books as the other atudenu. 

*My mother and MIm Ann Raru- 
land, a secretary In the medical di- 
vtolon of the insurance 



holding hU breath and taking care 
not to make the lewnieat sound 
Peter was very thankful that Hooty 
had no sense of smell as had Paddy 
When Hooty had finally disap- 
peared Paddy rejoined Peter and 
Paddy was chuckling 

'Hooty grows shoriar tempered 
every night, said he "Ever since 
lie found out that Mr and Mrs 
Quack were making their home here 
and have a whole family of ItuJe 
Quacks he has done bU best u> 

I catch one of them 1 suspeot he 
dreams all day about a Duck dinner 
at night, but go far he hasn't one. 
and he wont get one if 1 can help It. 
Mr and Mrs. Quack are old friends 
and I m proud and pleased to have 
them make their home in my pond 
to let anything happen to them if 
l can help It. They learned Umg . 



in a buaineaa course and. In 1943. 
obtained her present )ota as a re- 
corder-operating typist with an m- 
turance company. 

At first eo-workrrs were a bit 
skeptical about the capabUlUas of a 
blind girl They soon dlacovered that 
Helen was a colleague to cope with 
because alie Oiade her other aensea 
work overtime to cumpenaate for her 
dlsablllly. Unable to see. ahe Is not 
bothered by the usual office dis- 
tractions and finds It easy to con- 
centrate completely on work As a' 
result, ahe to unusually accurate. I 

-f’ANT BE A TBOl'BLC’' 1 

She uses an ordinary typewriter 
with a retuiaUon kry-board and to 
able to tell immediately when a 
wrong key to itryck. She haa to rely 
on her own accuracy becauae *T 
can't be a trouble In the office, con- 
stantly bothering people to erase 
my mtstakea ' 

Since March, when she passed the! 
Bute Insurance examination. Helen 
has been a Ureneed Insurance agent 
Must of her customera are frtenda— 
but not blind ones. The blind arc 
C'^nsldered a risk, she explained 
Printed cards advertising her extra- 
currtrular buslneaa have also re- 
sulted in several “big deals." One of- 
her friends, a police captain. flUa out I 



S-io 

And Ibrn ibrre fnllowed another 
and another antll Peter had 
eoaated ten Qweks aftnoel as Mg 

as Mr 



ANEMONES ond RANUNCULUS 

Mixed colors, dozen 



and Mrs. Quark. 



PLANT NOW FOR 
SPRING BLOOM 



company 

read the note^ to me and I memor- 
ised them." Helen said "They were 
wonderful Ann used lo give up lunch 
hours to help me cram tor tests " 
Because Helen’s effirleni work haa 
proved that blind people can fU! 
office jobs capably, the company ha<i 
hired another blind girl. If ahe proves 



I resitted the lemptsticci long enough I' 



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M hue* aouM 

to. Open 

31 anoii suonuiy- 

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to IUMI> 

JT Thnmsa 

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43 Plor M «4(dt 
43 Oeeor KwS 
to Unnervl 
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to Osooen 
47 aBdeUklOd 
M OuUr eoriaeBt 
to Asumt 
S4 Olrr* nkeu 
•t W»4hitifUin 

IfTins ffitrerter 
to rmru 
to Xnoek 



waicr with my tall, and they've 
taught all the UtCle Quacks the same 
thing. 5o when they hear the 
Round of that flap they wake up 
with all their wits working all ready 
to dive under tha water the Inaunt 
they see Hooty. tnd they art look- 
ing for him with all their wyes. It 
may be kind of hard oo Hooty to 
have me spoil his chances for a good 
dinner that way. but this to my pond 
and I don't Intend to have any 
trouble or aadnesa here if I ran 
help It. ’ 

"I suppose the little Quacks have 
grown aotXM " Peior ^enturen 

Paddy chuckled “A little. Peter. 
Just • mile.’ he replied 'You ought 
to tee them before you go back 
Whan did you see them last?’* 

Just after they were hatched 
They were funny little fussy things.’’ 
said Peter "I suppose they have 



BY — air — 

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Li:)ng. ffard-utarmg. hsatr«>ut 
Momon will last 4 



LONDON. Eng 



Thrae-Quartar-Lanfth 
MOUTON 4 



Next story Redtall the Hawk Is 
Tempted. 

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LAMB 



M. Cvllttowto 
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U. iAMn* 

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to Comic4lUv 
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BEAUTIFUL CONEY 
(Dyed Rabbit) 

Sturdy. nch-Inoking Conev 
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• mart appearing I I w 

GHatening FRENCH SEAL 
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4 Part 

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Bpoa'iaa. 

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11 Arttr'a 
11 lean' poaaiblt 
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34 Vt«r 
to rraia 



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CANAOIAN PACinC AiaUNES 
^'ISH rHASLOTTS AiaiiNAa 
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SarTiro eoAotol 



,fohn Thomas Exton t3ZS Don 
caster Drive, died vestvrdsy In 6t. 
Joseph'! Hospital He was S3 and 
a familiar flfura at tha Victoria 
Golf Club where he had been a caddy 
tor 21 years. 

Bom In Yorkahlre. Mr Ehbm had 
lived In Vtrtorta for TT years. But-, 
viTiog are three brothers Oe«^ge andj 
Emeit of Vtctorla and Jamas, LoSj 
Angelas, as well as two etrera. Mrs 
B. Work. Nanaimo, and Mrs T | 
Peters, Vancouver j 

Funeral arrangements wUl be an- 1 
nounced later by Bands Mortuary 



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to 7a1la« bufla 
4S Clraalt to a iraek 



According to Culliertson 



CAPITAL 

Travel Service 



I ou can see snem and then If your 
lags are as good as they used to be 
you can get back to the dear Old 
Brier Fatah before 



axul Joyfully played dummy's queen 
East eovared with lha king, and 
South won with tha see. 

After drmaring two rounds of 



moat paople 
have got the sleap winks out of 
thalr ayes " 

Bo Peter etayad He knew ha 



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however, a few ''doof* that have 
•oenff validity. Don't, aa a rule, 
toad a king quean or Jack un'eaa It la 
IB sequence, backed up by tha lower 
touching card, tn short, don't tn- 
dulge in tha sort of laad that West 
chnaa m today's deal. 

Bouth. dealer 
Helth4n' Bide vulnerable. 

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At the Theatres 

Two Great Films British Pielure 
To Be Shown lias Gay Humor 



Two of the ireot^il porf-teiun 
for OM>Uoo picture etUiuUnce 
reconl* ore tMtned for on oncore 
run etorUnf tomorrow et the Atloe 
Thcotre. with the return of Twen- 
tloth Century-Fuo'a prii* hiU. 
'The Ore a of Wroth" ond "Tp. 



*-»i^--*** uiiiMi; m. • lAiUimr 

for their atirrlnc humon oppeal. rich 
la the luitjr humor that ehoroct«r> 
laed Jork ateinhecki oreot book, 
oad Jock Klrfclond’e rtynomte ploy 
the Aim versioru. booit outkonAinc 
oOAtA that feature Himry Pondo. 
Jone Dorwell. Gene Tlemtjr. Oono 
Andrea* and Charley Oropowln in 
top rolco. 



’ While the Sun Shtnaa." now 
.AhowUui at the Royal Thooua. ator- 
rlng Ronald Howard and Barbara 
WlUte. la the ainry of London, that 
mrredlUble city where the unex* 
Ipected la always liable to happen to 
anyocM It ta tba atory of eeveral 



' w II* ’ r— r » rzTr~— .. 

jeumatancae and the humor and 
liaiety of their adremurea make* a 
rcfreahlng and decidedly different 
'type of eiiiertainment. *rhe *up> 
iportmg coat inriudM Ronald fidulre, 
.Cyril Meade. B«mar CoUeano and 
Brenda Bruce The picture waa dl« 
racted by Anthony Aaqulth who dl> 
'fweted "FygmaUon.** 



Life has\'^| 
Changed % 
for the ^ 

Family 

Man ^ 



.4mujem«>rUj 

ON TBE SCUCN 
Atiea — "The Orapea <>f 
Wrath' and "Tobaoeo 
Road " 

Capitol — Jack Caraon and 
Janla Paige ater In "Rn- 
mance on the High Beoa.** 
DemloUn — Deborah Kwr 
etar* to *1 a>vc on the Dole '' 
Oak Bay^ Slnbad the Ball* 
or" atara Oouglaa Pair- 
bank*. Jr. and Maureen 



Odeoa— Agamat the WUid ’ 
atara Robert Beatty and 
Slmuoe Slgnoret. 
ptoaa — Ann Blyth andCharlea 
Boyar in 'A Woman'a Re- 
TerMre." 

Rto— "Otek Traey'a DUrmma*' 
•tara Ralph Byrd. 

Royal — Ronald Howard and 
Barbara White tn "While 
the Sun Shlnaa.*' 

Terfc latematlonal-^’The HaJ 
Roach Comedy Camlval'' 
•Cara Walter Abel and Mar- 
got Orahame 



fnshod of^ 
/^arsh /axa^Hfes 

(fuitm HAIWtAL _ 

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llal Roach Gomedv 
At the \ork 

There are a bevy of bcautlea In 
I "The Hal Roach Comedy Carnival.'' 
, which op«W toanorrow at the York 
ilDlemeilonal Cinema. The beau- 
;tlea are Barbara Batea. Margot 
i Orahame and Prancee Raffety, and 
I they bring wit and charm to thl* 
gay camhal of laughter, the firat of 
jthe new Roach *ertea of Clnecolor 
Icomadlee, through Onited ArtlaU 
ireleaee 

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l)u*k 1 rafv FiTin 
Is Screen thriller 



k^eo aa Ingenious a* they were bi- 
Jurtou* to the enemy end that to 
'the tetung fur "Againat the Wtnd.~ 
the new action-drama which to now 
(hewing at the Odaoo Theatra i 



Gliniiiier 



Maniacal Haired Slliinilier 



In \ cngeance Film Hollyivood 



"A Women ■» Vengeance, " (tarring jL . * P 

uonal picture produced and dlmctedL ^ 

by ZoUan Korda from a clamlc ’ 

play by Aldou* Huxley to ^ Ouam to be produced 

v:«en piay oy awou* nuxicy. u caalieloo for the J Arthur Rank 



miral. a clergymatr, two galllvanUng 
young men tn their twwnUea. and 
a middle-aged luffragette 
"Kind Heart* and CornnetA " may 
be dmcrlbed a* a typical oomady of 
Edwardian high Ute and it to 
adapted from a novel by Roy Hon- 



Mew Machine 
Compares 



!tdn Huipitwl ar>i- tdl<to MU* Mary 
lEvertot Kramer, rhlet i>f the orihop- 
tk department Tlw r>ew eUtonucnei- 
.er take* up tiul> a vnaU comer in 
a liven of the eye department 

The examination inviivcA identl- 
ftca'i^n by ilw patient of the <cen- 
paratlve neamem nr dtotaace from 
him of parallel line* which he views 
through Polaroid leiiee* 

I A difficulty the dugnoato of 
anuelkonla u- thal li> ^>mptiunA can 
I be produced by a large nuniber‘of 
other maladiea - inclutliug dlabeUa. 
I thyroid ailment.*-, hardening of the 
'arteries, cocvstipatlon i>f e^e^ fatigue. 

But the only rrmedv fnr anuelk- 



liella bow a man'a recklaae paat .j' 

takae him to the ahadow of tlie gal- . . 

Km. lor «I, munl«, mdudM Ann-'^ T 

Blnh, Blr C«lr.c IUrd.1rl... J«- . 7 *. 



pictorial record of the blggcai In- 
ternational iporte event in htotory. 

A film unit ha* followed the en- 
tire gamea from the opening oere- 
iD^^.y at Wembley Stedlum on July 
3t until the final evenu on Auguat 
14 It covered aporttng erente from 
Loodon'e Tottenham to Torquay to 
Devotiahlre. 

The Winter Olympic eporta were 



taAfitaee fleet TMng 
Ot Water On Artokig 



! tned and proven rec.jw baa pioelvea. e lovely Belgian girl an- 

, brjugbt r»U«f to miUiooa of aufferer* ^ xlou* to forget her peel, a genial 
(rnm roiutipaUon. Actual mrreya adventurer with no country to call 
iL>w that there are more th^ ^ elderly Jew reecued 

I2.iwu.n00 uaer* of lamoo io 'from a concentration camp, a 

Trv lemoo juiVe m »at*r ioatrlot who volunteered tor hie 



MofI men Hve longer than their grandfethera. Women 
have e better life expertancr, too. So have children — not 
•aJy that, hut children oowadaye epemd store of their 
ywre getting an edneetiocL 

Three facta have brought aigni Scant change* in the family 
man’* hnancial obligatione. They meio ihal he mu*! be 
grroored fo tupport ei'eryone <n bi* family longer 
tnruuiing kimsalft 

Fortunately, there i* an effective way of meelini^fiDenriel 
ehligelion* of thi* nature - e well-planned ineuranro 
programme. Life maurence i« a turr mean* by which a 
men can provide protection for hi* family io the evont 
of hie death or an income for liimaclf ehould he Jive Io 
retirement age. 

The family men i* wiae to review hi* in*urance renuire- 
mente in view of changing oondtlioo*. If you wuiihi like 
expert advice, a reprrecnlalite of the Manufacturer* lufe 
will be glad to give it lo you. 

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The current ecreen thriller, deal- ' wn. w uoonc ^ temetlonal eporta event In htotory 

ing with canoontot Cheetar Oould'****^ Tai^y and Mildre d Ne twick. ^ ^ ^ followed the en- 

Jut- jawed eleuth. to "Dick Tracy’* i gamea from the opening oere- 

Dnemme.- which opsi* A ui...-.y at Wembley Budlum on July ' 

at the Rio Theatre. It featura* .^rdDldfl iTlfinlS 3D unUl the final evenu on Auguat 

Ralph Byrd aa Tracy, hto firat ap-i C ,4 ^ covered aponing erenu from 

m ih. n,u for Rjco Picturc ^ *“1 

A crooked fur dealer, who ar-! Palrhanka, Jr.. In Winter Olympic eporta were' 

range* to defraud an Inauranre^^j^j^ ^ «aUne. ma»queradea“'"’’*^ ^ Bwltterland by a tpedal' 
company. aurU all the trouble The,^ ^ Perdan prince m the UUe rolei^*^*** ^ equipped film unit, I 

thrro crook, he engage to ^roih*.f RKO Radio* laviah Technl- 1 « • • 1 

trick get panicky and murder the Lejor ipectacle, "Sinbad the Sailor" "Letter to a Rebel," lateat of 
night watchman, and that bring, O'Hara and Waltar v ^ R K O. Paihe'* "Thia la Am*rtna’*i 

Dick Tracy into the ptetura. oo-*tar with Palrtoanka tn iha ab-l*'^**- ^ •* theme a letter a 

I ~ .orbing romance of the fabuloui|*'^*”‘P*P**‘ editor write* In anewer, 

Silhf^tflO^P Stnrv Arabian NlghU voyager The pic- 1*® hi. Kin. who ha. bltiarly attacked | 

^ , ture open, tomorrow at the Oak‘^ capltalUUe eyatem In hto col- j 

II A Bay Theatre. ,lege new.paper. ( 

Has Authentifitv I ^ *• 

*' D* * r' • [bnjught to the arreen the American 

A Catholic prlaet from Montreal. ' |\|()|()||g IjXClirSlOn freedom, abundance and 

a young Scot with a passion for tv- ' |Oppurtunlty 

ploalvea. e lovely Belgian girl kti- i\ I Y * Dtoeuwed lo cinematic Urm. are 

alou. to forget her peel, a genial "/II IjUXUrV IjHICF oodoepu of free entarprtoe. ' 

adventurer with no country to call| ^ ^capiuUam. revolutloo. the pmnt 

hi* own. an elderly Jew reecued Sfevo for Warner Broe‘ damang lyeum. competition, Mg 
from a concentration camp. a,’^*®hn»oolar mualeal. “Romance on'aa the father glvae examplee to hto 
patriot who volunteered tor hie • Michael CMrtlaieoo of the American way trf Uf* ' 



WASHINGTON. Aug 14 <NANA< 

Far-reaching improvement in di- 
agnosia of a Mrioue eye aliment to 
expected from a recently developed 
inatrument - only one of lU kind 
la UM - which ha. been installed 
here at the George Waahlngton Unl- 
veralty Hospital. 

The ineirument to a apace etkono- 
meter which deierminaa whether a 
paUant eeae objacU larger or smaller 
with on* eye than with the other 
and IndicaUe the amount of dtf- 
farenct. 

Sufferera from this malady 
called antoetkonla develop aymp- 
Com. that range from eomplalnu 
that tbelr eyes ar* tired to diaxlneaa 
and diitorud vialon Some patlenu 
complain that round objects look 
oblong. 

‘nu moat univareai complaint, 
goclori aald. to from patiante who 
hav* never been able to gel properly 
fitted gleJM* 

Until recently, apparaiu. for diag- 
nosing aniseikunia oocupied an an- 
Ure room at the George Waehing 



Tests rarrled out et the new hos- 
pital. Mj.^ Krsmrr *aid, indicate 
that most people have some degrew 
of anisetkoiUa Fortunately, the de- 
'grre l* alight intense caMS. however, 
tcan lead i-' eerlous nervous dtoorders. 
doctors aald 

^ The new instrument, developed 
after 30 years of researvh at Dart* 
.mouth Ci'Uegr. to used to test both 
eye* working together. Most eye> 
testing implemenu. doctor* said, 
meaeure the ability of only one eye 
I at a time 

I Tlie College of Imperial Defence 
was founded in London m 1036 to 
.train officera from sU parU of lha 
Empire 



TiiL wen 

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'XIVIL WAR, ITALY" 

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•€f «*** oountira eeke lo turn traitor; thee# maaterpleee 



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j hrat Nttaw am ad*lw». 






were tlx of the motley clmracUrv, Thto handeome film, which to now | Alee Qulnneee tn the J. Arthurl 
Ibrought tofether tn “Against the showing at tha Oapitol Theatre EaUng production. “Kindi 

•• boaete ef an all-etar east Jack Bearu and Coronete," to taking part 

Sabotage organimd from London Carwon. Janto Paige. Don DeFore. hi a revolutionary experUnent by 
jin the form ef macabre practical ^ ecreen debut of a startling Plkflng eight part^ one of which 
' diva. Dorli Day It to a rtotoua e>-;lR Uiet of a woman. 

curtlon to South America on a The noted actor, who to ramem- 
brllilantly conceived ocean Uner, |hered here for hto performance as 
ge e ^ I ihe last word tn luxury and pretty i ^*’^hert Pocket In "Great Sxpecu- 

DGIICIO^S wOOf girls. |tlons" and will be seen soon as, 

I wwti.-. l^Mln m ■•Oliver TwUt," to to por- - 

Dirsetions: Mok# tso •xoctly ot utuol . . vvlill# I ^ It ¥/ - iray all eight vlcUma of a young 

tiill ho< poor iiMo glottot ffllod with crockod i embark* on a career of 

ICO . . . Add $U9or ornl lomon to togto ... I. hot^rtde to euccewd to a dukedom, j 

■ 0 Director of "Kind Hearu and 

^ * (/f a f lA Ooroncta," Robert Hammer empha-i 

.«• aleee that thto casUng to nut a stunt 

^ M I A II M Pemwn 

H H ^I ST LOUIS. Mo . 14 a perfect family reaemblance, al- 

^H.A NA.>. — An official report efithough each was a entirely different 
1^1 IH ^ death last weak scared a Be- [type. 

lhaitu. Hi.. Great War veteran who Olscusaing the varknie actor* 

) BHB wasn't doubtful about hto betnc^eTallabto. It was found Impoeatble 

alive but w-aa worried about pro- find eight who looked at all alike 
tecUng hto $60 monthly peualon. A* Oulnneat, one trf tbs laedlng 
Wlien Clyde E Keaele, D4. opened players in the Old Vic Company, of 
> a letter et hto home and found London, to noted tor the venatUity 

- - - j therein a Veterans' Administration oI h»R performance*. Hammer eoo- 

^ notke that he had died lest Bep- the Idea of hto playing all 

• / leraber. with the added Information 'dfht pert*. 

iQiniL that the pension would be cut off| The qlghl eharacten. aU member* 

^ h> Rurvlvlng relaUvaa. he quickly *he aiigRocracy, art an elderly 

^h/ packed a sultcae* and headed for <*uke. a banker s general, en ad- 

the Chicago Veterans' AdmlnUtra- ~ " 



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All vrnHore who have not already made application for 
regiatralton under the Aet are asked to eo-n)>erale with 
the Government anil register inimedistelv in order lo be 
eure that their applications for reirialration may be 
pro r eaaed and their regiatratioa oerlUtcalee laaued before 
September 1st. 

ThIa call for co-operation U mada beeauee after that 
date the Cnnimlaeioncr, under the provisiona of the Art, 
haa nn alternative but lo enforoe theae provlelon* which 
make it an offence againel the Act In make any retail 
aaiea unleaa the vendor making eurh asUea U In poaarMioa 
of a rofiatratioo certificate. 

Ovee U,000 appllrationa foe roiHetcatioa have heen aent 
out, hut returns to the C.ovemment are by no means 
oompieta. To ihnae who have applied, registration certi- 
ftoalea have been sent. All those vendors who have not 
anmpleled and filed their applications for regialraliun 
under ibe Aet with TH$: tOMMI AA|0>FR, WKJAL 
SF.ri RITY AND MlMt.lfAL AID TAX, VMTORIA. 

R.C>, are reNTtiraled to do ao Immediately to ensure 
that they will receive their registrati«>n cortifirate and 
the tat return forme nereeaary for the remittance of 
the tax roJloeled before 1st Heptemher, 19411. 

To elarify eortalo mieunderalandinga, ibe Coven*, 
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Whenevwr mediramenta ara aold on a repswil boala 
on the aiithnrity of an original preweripUon, tbey 
also are exempt from tax. 

Coal, wood and fuel oil ar* evempt as /they are 
already subject to taxation under other Statutea, 
Elertricity and maniifacitired pa*, however, not 
being taxed under any other Statute* are anbjeet 
to taa uodet ihia Act, 

AU purrhaaaa made by the Provinee ef Rritiah 
Columbia are anbjeet to las. Including Ihnae 
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Salm Tax. 

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// yOif f l***^*"^* oorrespondlng with or 

* .talking to a corpsaf” hr asked Uic 
1^.#/ jflret VA. employee hs could find. ' 

J , '•V ’J i Th* astontohrd official replied 

9 |"No.'' and then aiared at tha letter 
‘Ksmi* tested on hto desk The' 
^ official wsHi't aaUaftod with K*e- 
^ 1 tto'i identity until hto army ' 

eharxr cerUfeau was preaented bull 
V then assured him that "there haa[ 

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.,Jtu.ssian.s Under Bolslierik l{e/£inie 

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<y||« |L|*i|ml|pl|l ThomM Wolfe died end In Out, rtM-ber. <Tbc Muho« Bwh r««- 
n. li- ** * Idecsde hie repuUUon with Uae ptny. U4, U.t 

B, Jim Otoaaof h« eteadUy deeUned. whUe ^ 

A grf*i Iiienry myth h« been Br.mBeld. .The Mum^n lUeli 1 ‘V* PoP«lArUy with the public hae ^ 

teilered Co«p.ny. Ltd.. W.) increwcd be. How to under- 

For \ean devuteee to the 3her- ^ ^ ^ ... "Hie admlrere eee Wolfe ae a stand the amaalng antlca of 



amaalng 



•haltered Ltd W.) increa^d W «««"- 

For >eari, de»otere to the 3her- ^hi. u the aecund book bv Ur •*» “ a atand the amaalng antics of 

kKk Holme* eUirlm of 8lr Arthur Bromfl*id about bu fln« ahnoat prhnlUve epok«»- modern-day Ruaala and He lead« ■ 

Conan Etoyle beUe*i>d the euper My. farm in Fleaaant Valiev Ohio. ”*“ ^ American people, whoae Flecher, RUMlan wife of the 



Conan Doyle beUeved the euper In Pleaiant Valley bhio ”*“.°' ““ American people, whoae ^re. Flwrher, Rumlan wife of the , r^-l^tlon by 

alucth of Enaliah flctUHi aaa a T . yaory. wtuo. are a grandtoM artlcolatloc - . fought underground 

D. J^n Lu T ‘Vm '>' th..r o,n ,MUr. »b«min«« »»« ,ramd for th.lr luth b. Both..- 

^racier naMHi on ur joaepn neu. ^ famous author. U Mil , , ^ ^ ^ author. LouU FUcher. baa done — • 



author, Louie Flecher. baa done an t.:: 



under •h«m Doyle etudicd. with th* ..r«,iu>n “ ° m mirfpmiug 

^ ^ ^ reaoer. wiin »ne exception abeorbed the testure* Dcoole under the Boiihevikc could contribute (o the dlcUlntvhlp, 

Dr. Be 1. the .tory goe.. had keen|of a few highly technical chapters. daytlrmim. and ^ ^ ... “ • ^ PM- 

power of ovservation and so Im- every word Is as enjoyable to the , ,, The novel starts In the declining . nn*-. 

,r»»d Ih. , 0 bb, ,tud«,l t...t hr'cn, d,.U« o u«. liimr. “V <!•« of lb. C»rt.t pro-,”' 

•ubsequenUy based his ace diieciieej Ur. BromOeld s theme of course. SUT “"''***AUed by sny wrtUr since presses through the early war yean. The fact that the revolution was 
eharacter upon him. The sUiry ufia ••the good earth" and good Ufe , ““ "solution, the great days of,b«>««bi on by Intolerable oppres- 

all wel. sccording to no less sn'on the farm The book largely U W^e a large Lenin, and. finally. Russia under ;»*<>“ ^ ‘I*® elressed. The glory of 

tuihorily that Bir Arthur s son. baaed on the dally Journal he keeps ^ technical ju current dicutor. ' the success of the revoluUon can 

Adrien M Conan Doyle In addition to the story of fsrm ? „ ‘*“*V P^*'**”^ Judging by ths tons ol the book. ' ^ reader, as can the 

"In my capacity as Sir Arthur's life that U told with a.l the verve “ .'ili. h ' 'h Mrs Fischer felt the need of rh*wy, ~ - - 

son sod ons who was in his ronfl- that Mr Bromfleld has at his flnger-lf^“ Nicholas; admired and |: 

dencp and aware of the rrlmlnal In- tips, the author doa a r»od deal*^^^ consider woiies n”«tscipiined ^pped gresl things of Lenin, and 1 

vestlgation esses thst he liandled," of preaching, through facts, on the'*^ often polnUeas yerbooiiy. W»|»^ disillusioned by Stalin and hls M A tVdy j\4* 

the son writes In the Saturday Re- subject of more economusl fsnnlngl **°^“*“, ®“^M»oua bureaueraU and secret ' ' A f I ItT €/# 

view of Lliersturc, "I have already and soil conservation. He also organised knowledge aIwuM police. 

- l_ 'the modem world." 



could contribute (o the dlcUlotshlp, 
Is a strong theme In the later pages 
of tbe novel. 

The fact that the revolution was 



In dread that he would report them | crumbling of every Ideal of ths old- 
for some slight deviation from ; line BulshcvlsU Maiulov, an oM 
party policy— this diapite ths fact Bolslievlk. probably tMt ouUIimb 
that they had many times proven the hopes of his Ilk. Letan gets • 
their attachment to ths revolution- favorable treatment in akwentla 
ary cause. Under the pressure of the times 

HTROHG THK.HS some of the dutracters undergo 

amasing. but belleva'bif. changes 
The realisation by people, who t»>1s facet of the story Is one of 
fought underground and above the many fine feaiures of Mrs 



ITif Slow Stomach 

By DB. J. B. WABBCN 

Many cases of "stomach troubls 
are due to the slow emptying of the 
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tiomach for a long time this un- 
digested food has harmful proper- 
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iHilftg walls of stomach in sever* 
cases ulcer or cancer may result. 
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' 10 to 1ft minutes before your nett 
meal any undigested food in ihs 
stomach flows or syphons ogt 
Into the small Intestine and the 
stomach Is clear sod ready for the 
I neat meal 

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-The True Conan Doyle/- Imany ESSAYS i ^ £»rwi^ iw 9i\r Naaarov. are the typical 

"In 1»1S. my father put on the; ^ .ddJUon to Uchntcal secUons ' T.Ff:'# iHllHj Russian family that the author. 

r«rord the fact that Sherlock Holmes M, Bromfleld ofTen his readers 13 J • whoM early years In Russia spanned 

wa.- none other than himself- chspurs that are excellenl I VOUUCUW' U- revolutionary era. has chosen 

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my fether. written bv John Dickson Tm* r*vt*w.p i * S R^fc# In contact with All the book. 



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Ihet the flfsi genuine biogrepoy of ubr,r, ,of re-resdinc ’ ^ |'^g>/hfh//>’s? i g§r^ ^ V'* ' M 

my fether. wrliun bv John Dlckeon ThU reviewer was particularly struck' ^ vC*//iY C» V'flf come In contact with flU the book. '! ' 

Carr, is to be published St the end of I by The Cycle of • Farm Pond." NEW YORK Aug 9 <NANA. - ^n^rsJni^S?/\nH nn“ **'*7“'' DAV 

- *■“ “'.on. »l Adolph pet .nauMrl.1 *" 

the world. For U)( first time the real vblch were boxers, and Sylvester, products now Is mass-produced In' ^v 

fact of Sherlock Holme. W1U be given’ the Guernsey buU iUte largest slngU plant uT^e west?. The effect that ihe Sulln regime , i Nm 

the public based upon Dickson Carrs m ths guise of guesU in hU em sonej of^Oe^riy It Is ®°*’ I 1^01 

minute invesUgstJons among mr home. Mr, Bromfleld also manages Volkwagn" and. accoTdlng to The I i.«. Tv^.rrt 

fsthers pnvmie papers none of u> parade a group ol lnter«Ung Gothenburg Trade and shipping T / *’'*^*‘ 

which had ever previously been ex- reaJ-Ufe people acrom his pages. 1 Journal, the »-h p. car U being Kremlin Comrades whoH 

*®^*'*’^ Actually this work is a sequel tolontde In Wolfsburg at the rale of I for an Ideal, facing dally 

"As Dr. BeU pommed a few at- -pie»»nt VaUey." which appeared '».000 a year. The plant has g.OOO J*"**” discomfort happUy. *, i^TIvw Rwv 

Ullkites of Shrrlock Holmes.- he, few years ago Ths extiacijI®«Pl®yee» .become afraid to endorse one an- 

eonUnued. "It amused my father lor from the author's personal diarlss The 1»M Volkwagn Is much Uke!°^*‘ ^ ^ 

excellent reasons of hU own irfst cover ths period of a year, be- ^ Hitler model promised to every j *”*^**^‘ O 

will be spi»arent In the forthcoming ginning in Autumn ol IMS. and Oerman worker as tbe "people's car."! Anton and Kseniya Naiarova, ' _R 

biography to appear (o condone the foUow on "Pleasant Valley " iand which Insleed became ths Oer-j^*Mi of the family, are ably sup- ' 
public tUusloa Tha e rtmtnn l ost s u niwrmiions Jew the book, which Anny's J^p. U eeata five. has|P®«M In the book by their sotw RANDOM ¥ 
of ^rope, however, knew otherwise eonirlbuied by Kate** ^ canvas top. windows, and an|**“* deughtera, the men and women' Jamc. ILlion 

The Msneh^r o!lardlan bad i *•*> Ulusireted ib« ^ the rear giving »»«> married them, and their chll- : LONDON B 

sh^t preJe InTrtcem ^ thel**^“" I**"" frandchildren. Vollk and NV.rmsn Coll, 

effect *^at In iplte ^f the pe^ ^ ‘^**‘*' Bromfleld'. lUer- A third of the output Is exported. Maya, are strongly drawn to lllus- 

shoriage In the Unl^ Klrid^S show this to be Uie currency" na- trste the generation that knew only I 

hn^k.i^u book from a prolific oen'^^^ " SwUaerland. Others go to' their greet leader. Stalin With ai 

Of thrtUfJTto w^e away the Jim b^t-known works ^e|®^‘“**; ottlciM and f®w exceptions, the boy Vollk could I FROM SMO 

o««K. «r hU first noval. “The Green Bar Privileged Germans Plans, have been a member of tbe Hitler; Dougla. Red 



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^9«4re4 intMTHfrilraUj. 

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r«ird iOO.OOO biMhclft of wh*at undar 
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OTTAWA, Au« 14 CF> Car 
l<«din|a for Ow vaak andad AUfUff 
7 droppad to 73.341 can frotn 7>JM( 
fur tha prevloui weak, but ware 679 
cara abova tha 1947 loadlruta ot 72, • 
663. Oraln in tha Waatarn dlviaum 
^cootlnurd Ufht Coal mcraaaad (rota 
>4.449 can iMt yaar to 6.769 cara. 
, and faiollna and oU from 4.300 to 



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Tha Toloma of buainaaa dwiodiad 
to 600,000 sharaa oe friday. the 
amallaat slnca tha aama total wma 
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UONTREAU Au«. 14 CF).-Tba 
advance of tht oaat-of'Uving index 
to an all-time high oo July 3. aa 
rapijrtad by tha Bureau of StatUtlQs 
re-achoea tha quaaUon of tha laat 
year, "how high wiU it go?" 

Right now it eeatna tnrvHabla that 
it will go higher, far there are Itaou. 
aurh aa tha July Incteaaa In butter, 
wtuch wtU not ahow until later. 



NKW TORS. Aug 14 CPI — Secur- 
ity trader* ootd - abmildarad the 
atork market thU week The reault 
waa a darllna of nearly 634)00.000.000 
in tha market value of all atocka 
Bated on the exchange Wall 
aeemed almoet hypnotlaad by un- 
favorable anglaa to tha nawi 



Butter Stocks 
Slum Decline 



SUMMU SCHIDULI 
IffICTIVi MAY Had. 



OTTAWA Aug 14 CPI -Cattle a c 
prica* locreaaad aharply thli weak aiM 

CaIii 

amid reporta that tha Oovammant cm 



>> iiiiiipt^fi; (Fruin 
WINNIPEG. Aug. 14 CPI -Coarw 
grain* ahuaed an aaaler tona on the 
Wlnnl -'-^ Grain Excha aa ae 



OAiL* tmetrr wiONaeoAV 
L* PmUmA L* 8 «»ru 

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OTTAWA. Ai«. 14 CPi.— Creamery 
butter aiorldrai Auguat 1 wart down 



About 



porta to the UrUled Stata 



that Uma large world grain crope. dat* l«‘ ‘tw- Bureau of SUtla- 

Lnrraaaing aatufartion of demand ti®* reported It waa a further 
In cenaumer good*, and buygr-i*wrmng that thla Winter* butter 
raalatanca. may be operating to at »horuga will exceed that of laat 
leaat tlow down the adranca.. |Wlntcr. 

If. hoarevtr. they have noi had etocki on hand were 44.700.000 
that allect, and Incraaaaa c oot tn u a pound*, eoenpared with 59.100.000 
subatantial. it wtU be a distinct but Auguat 1. and 10.700.000 at 
danger alfnal. July 1, 1946. j 

In the meantime there !■ a dla-| The Bureau aald July production, 
podUon to feel that there are a^.j creamery butter wa* i3J43.00ol 
few memth*' leeway In which compared with 43.466.000 

watch the play of eeonomk' force*, During the firU aeven 

land aee which way they wlU ii*wd. . uMinth# of the year, production 

I T7» year * InftoUonary fare*, pro- toujed 164.10.000 pound*, oom- 

ividlng the Intematlonal iltuaUohInArMt wmh tatiaaaMM > ni 



At Chicago, grain* overcame aarly 

oervouanea* and bemnded back to Improved qualliy. coupled with 

clc»* moaUy with minor galna Wbila,««4Werable apeculaUva buying. 
moat price changea were fractiooal.l helped booet prteaa. tha Agriculture oa 
tha upturn to Sepumber oorn ' Department noted to tta weekly f” 
amounted to nearly I oenU |nvaatock review. Advaneee of M® gf.*; 

Early aelling waa baaed op an to general 

overnight eUtamenl by Secretary of OaU price* were firm to itronger.jeu^ 

Coauneroe Sawyer that wheat ex- Lunba were generally eaaler Hog* 
porta ahould b* raducad aubeuntial* aold 60c higher at Toronto. Theyl 
)y thl* year. However, the eelling v^re down a almllar amount at* 
came moatly from local trader*. Montreal, and unehxnged eUewherft 

— — Por Caaum cattle, an unprece- 

t'NiriED IN 1I79 dented top of 636 waa reached at WHOLESALE 

Italy did not exi*t aa a >■ ’ Toronto, but only for a imall lot ..^h ^ 

eountry until 1670. ot yearltogi Tha top on weighty 

I ■■ - *1*81* waa 134. agalnat laat week'* 

^ butcher *toer* touching “B" ” 

r* T r A mM C IJ I D I Everything waa cleared at price* nnnvf't 

Si E a 9 n 1 1 S firm to 60c higher at Montreal, the 

TRAVEL iERVICE S beat of tha eieer* making 119-631 ^ 

. . r and good cow* I13-S14 .‘d 2™**^ ^ 



Buying WM nut aa aggreaatve in 
either rata or barley a* it had been 
In prevtoua aeaalona. although aome 
lata demand by exporter* gave 
barley price* a better lone toward* 
Lba eloae and loaaaa were reduced 
New crop hedging aaie* contrib- 
uted to an caller inoe to rye foturc* 
*k»w trade. Seaboard i 



Gull Islands Ferry Co 



jprlce* during 



Market 



S/tW /8S9 

md^oma wiTvnoo.oimuHO 



I am convlncad our NSW DOMINION 
SECURITY policy i* the moat compre- 
hcnaive plan yet devieed. 

It provide* 2-w*y benefits with the one 

ute financial 
one*, end ii 



protection for your 
•tart* a retirement fund for YOU- 

With you'd phone m*. and 
LET'S TALK IT OVER 

REG N E HARRIS. C.L.U. 

Di*trlrl Manager Victoria. B.C, 



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Hera I* •* W#«l cemklaatiM trip by bu* and b**! circling 
•M o4 the niMt Hirflling tcanlc Mctieni af the Ircrgrean 
Ptavgr*«nd. Tbit tear can be campleead, cnmlart*blr, >n 
Hire* d«r*. b«t tha time cen ba variad ta iwH yawr Individual 

piani. 

Thl* tour irKludc* bus to Nanaimo. B C , boot to Voncouver. 
bus to Saottla ond boot to Victoria, or o ravarM itmerorv il 
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I OTTAWA. Aug. 14 KPi— Canada's 
jatock* of frown and preserved frulta 
were higher at Auguat 1 than at 
July 1. and August 1, 1947 The 
August 1 total waa 43.073.000 pounds 
; compared with 36,674.000 at July I. 
I and 35.643,000 at August 1 laat 
I year. August 1 holdings of vege- 
frosen and In brine, were 



eta* Tai 

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Parry Will Mika tha Pellevlag 
Pert* et Call: 

Sangac Harbawr T'^-hr. itagavar 
ltdwall Harbawr ....2-br. Wapavar 

fha farry will itog at Gengac Har- 
bawr tar Iwnch and at Rtdwall 
Harbawr tor taa and tima la er- 
rand tha Anglican Cbwryh Feta, ar 
picnic Iwnchai may ba takaa. 

•w*a« Laava VIctaria Depet «t 
9 A M. 

Parking Speca Availabit «t Swart* 
lay. Parry Leave* Swart* Bay 
10 A.M. Arvivat lack at 6 P.M. 

RrrURN PARIS: 

Parry Only SL.OO Ptai 1S« Tai 

Bwt end Parry: BB.OO Plat 30« 
Tax 

9wc Accammodatlan UmHad ta 90 
PatMngtrt 

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U*M Ovavi 

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Pb«a« I im 



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Oeorge WllUa of the We*t«m 
|Canada Travel Servjr* has been ap> 

, pointed ticket agent for the PaafAc 
, National ExhlbUioo, August 15 to 
September 6. where you may pur- 
lehaie your Uckeii, 6 for 13.00, which 
entitle you to many valuable prises. 
Special all-expenae trip to Vancou- 
ver Ezhiblilcm, August 36 for three 
day*, has also been arranged which 
Include* your boat and berth or 
plane 1 if space available 1. arcoouno-' 
daUon at Vancouver'* leading hotels, 
all with bathrooms, hM been ar- 
I ranged, taxi to hotels from CBJt.. 
gate admlaaton to Exhibition, grand- 
stand seat to aea world-famoua 
.Jimmy Durrante show, all for 621 90. 
See Vancnuvfr’a grentest Exhibition 
Make your rcaerraUnna now ai 603 
i Courtney Street. 01^. Poet Office 
Beacon 4713 ••• 



TRAVEL BUREAU 

629 Irawgklan at Broad 
bw^^Tdaphena f 1177 



tablu 

7.633.000 pound*, compared with 
6.19O4W0 at July 1. and 4.965.000 a 

year ago. 

Storage atocka of Canadian pota- 
toe* were down from 3.506 tona at 
August 1 laat year to 1.643 tons, 
onloni. from 517 ton* to 366; beeta. 
from 104 ton* to 65. carrou, from 
443 too* to 169. and celery, from 
iAll erato* to 1.363 Cabbage stoek* 
increased from 139 tons to 191, and 
parsnip* from two to 114 ion*. 

Stock* of Imported onlona at 
^ August 1 were 301 ton*, compared 
with 177 a year ago. and carroU. 



A CompleH Trovgl Sqrvic# ^ COACH LINES TRAVEL BUREAU 



Canadian Government* Municipal 
and Corporation SocurSdea 



612 View Straat 
Pheoa 

Baecen 4261 



Wood, Gund^ Sc Company 

Umitpd 



OTTAWA. Aug. 14 CP> — might 
totalling 31411939 ton* wa* trans- 
ported through Canadian canal* 
last year. It wa* an Increase of 
3,666.030 ton* over the 1946 total. 

Vawcla mad* 30.874 paaiagea 
through the canal*, compared with 
11493 to 1946. Reglatered net ton- 
nag* cUmb*d from 19.437.433 tons 
In 1946 to 33.409469 torn. TTm pas- 
•enger total dropped from 79.396 
to 70.060. 

' The net freight tonnag* for all 
canals was up 17 p«r cent ai 16.- 
068493 tmia. compared with 16,413.- 
(H7 tone. Of the total freight poaa- 
Ing through all canola laat y^, 
18,771.000 tons nr 87 per cent, wm 
carried In Canadian vooseU. 



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Crcsmctle, ^ d ■ 

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GRAPEFRUIT JUICES. 

lex**. 0 

4H- C 

VEGETABLE SOUP. 4 

C-ampbcir*. I:n i 

MAPLE BUTTER. 4 

12 rr 

SCOTCH BROTH SOUP 

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Tocooto Stock Cx(iiAO|a 
Montreal Stock ExcbMfa 

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CREAM CRACKERS. 
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HEDLUND'S MEAT 
BALLS. 14-or itn 

APPLE-LIMB JUICE, 

.Sun Kvjie, ^ 



HEINZ SOUP— Jlcci Noodle. 
Cream of ^•re«f^ Lea. VegruM* 
Without Meat. Cream^of Celery, 
N'egftable aivl f ream of Green 
Vega 9 ^7# 

lable . " ''»r • 

Wrih the purchase of any two 
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I tin of Cretm nf Tnmxrr. Free 



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LUX SOAP FLAKES, 

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PASTRY FLOUR, 
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TEA. Spencet'a Rich 
Family, 1-lb. 

COFFEE, Spencer’s 
Breakfast Blend, l-lb 

PEAS, aise 5, 9 

Koval City C for 

CUT GREEN BEANS, 

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LAUNDRY BOAP. 

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PAPER TOWELS, 

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PORT ANT.ELES-VlCTORIA-6 00 AM. !0 JO AM and 
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VICTORfA SEATTLE — S IS PM. Arrival in Saatile, 
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SEATTLE-VTCTORIA — 11 45 PM., Arrival in Vkloria, 
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Made of colorful English china. 
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THE ’ EY COI.ONIST, VICTORIA, B C. SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1048 



Fven ihe “Smartest” Burglars 
W^ound Up Inside Prison (]ells 



By HAMOLU B&OWN 
NIWVORK AUg 14INA.NA).-' 
A mao who 'oegsn 35 yesrs ago ss | 
a patrolman axtxlde a bicycle a nd 
who onre nabbed a burglar who 
Inuted H.000.000 worth of goods, 
fn.m •wank Park Avenue apart- 
merit*, aay* that he sdmlreA effi. 
eienry ri-en in s sneak Uiief, He, 



its PUvt Orade OateeUve TtMimaa 
J. Devine, nationally tarn mi* aU' 
thorny on burglars' ioob and Uch» 
nldues. who reUrad from the police 
foree hers recenUy 
The 54-ysar-oId hawkahaw, who 
taught hundreds of young police- 
men In advanced classes on burg- 
lary. admits that a quarter of a 



ewtury sgv he -wouldn't t^sve 
known a burglar if he asked me for 
,s match I used to tall a suspect 
ail day long and end up with a 
, door-to-door sslasman, 

' ''Take my Ural case I got Uw 
■qusal' to gu to an addreas where 
an old sport named Thompeon had 
been robbed of I7AOO in jewelry 
'Z questioned him for a while end 
'(inaJiy Mr. Thompson waved till 
I highball at me and said; 
"WORLli'b WTiKHT* 

** 'Whal't the matter with the 
cc^ Iheae days? Oevtna. as a 
detecuve you; re the world's worst. 



'If ytm can get at least my 
’button back lU five you lAOO ' 

' No. I didn't walk right out and 
m ak e the arrest.' Oevtne went on. 
["In fact, I didn't make a single 
; arrest fur a year. But a Umg tim^ 
Ister we rounded up two suspects 
'on another case Wa carried two 
'patrol wagoru of loot from the 
home of one of them. 

^Among the stuff was a pair of 
I cuff links with old Thompaon'a 
racing oolors on them. I was all 
set to coUeet that but Mr 

Thompson's butler told me be had 
died two months before However. 



• I didnl care T made S3 arrests 
I that Summer.** 

In bis quarter-century of working 
I in plain clothes. Devtne arrested 
hundreds of sneak thieves, after- 
Inooo burglars, dinner burglars «nd 
night men. 

Who was his moat difficult 
quarry? Devine culled hu mind's 
extensive rogues' gallery. **I guess 
it was the milkman, an outstanding 
I thief. He picked up fg.MO.OOO In 
I four seasons on Park Avenue. The 
jwcN-ked only from the middle of 
September until the end of May. 

, During the Summer he went sway ' 



'on vacation like Lha other wealthy 
people. 

rOSTLT BOX 

"He would go to a home and 
whan the maid answered the door 
he would politely ask for work 
WliUe they were talkuig, he would 
move the safety catch on the door 
He used no tools He might wait 
an hour or ton houra. but he al- 
ways came back, went straight lor 
the lady's boudoir and grabbed the 
Jewelry box.’* 

When Devi DC finally oaught up 
with the milkman so-called be- 
cause he ran a dairy restaurant as 



a sldeline—that elusive operative 
j ducked into a moving maicab But 
the dotcctlx-e pulled hiin out. As 
Oevlne was leading Him eway. the 
m ilk m an casually dropped a box of 
Murada 

I "I Opeoqd the cigarette Mn and 
-irii-ide was ^mailer boot cosiumlng 
'$30,000 in jeJyiry.** Deriae uld. 

Devme is perhaps best known for 
hb work in catching the fmt 
thieves using celluloid stnpa to 
open locked doors. 

'I once picked up two suspecu 
.and found one of them with X of 
’ the strips in his pocket They 



, would shp the ceUuioid tn the crack 
' of a door, press down on the beveled 
. tongue oX the lock and. prmtn. 'Jmj 
were iivsidt. Mighty smart." 

^ line wagged his head. 

What happened to ihme burg- 
lars?" 

'TTiey aem to fling fling." Oe- 
'vine said 

I _ 

VE.M'N’ LOORiSG GLAfifl 
Venus Looking Olsss u s popular 
garden name for a coa^mon corn- 
, Arid plant found In the souUi of 
Burojte 



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Another Shipment of the Well-Known FAWCETT COAL AND WOOD RANGES 
Ilav Ju5t Been Received 

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VICrORIA, BRITISH COLl MBIA, SI NUAY, Al IU ST 15, 19IB 



MI. 210 — M.NKTIKTH VKAR 



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At 01 >mi)ic Caines 



Alderman 



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Impr***»!«ive Ki>e-Hour SIioh MiirL.<% 

Of 19T8 Meet— —Mexico Vi ins Ew*nl 



Ka!^pttro\ilch, Blankenship Beat Yakima — 
(Juh iNeart Second an leaders Both lx>flc 

■ow THtr tTA-NO Up iht boardi In deep right 

n t? Vtilio ukt PaUncra long ny In the 
vii'tobu " M JS^*^*^'** Jenaen wa* on the re- 

a»«k«ii* at *7 ijMtUelvtng end again in the lixth when 

a.u2***^ *7 m m Orient oiade a apeetacular tunning 

w*«aua«« M an .*«« catch of hla hard Uner (o the deep 

a tiA* AGO TODAT t ^***** comeT. 

. ?. Iz LGCa t'HANGCg 

•r*a«rl«a 7t M .tT» 

“TTh* A'a hlla ttarled droppmg in 
vi<?oniA m M iMiilhera in the auth. Archie WlUon 

S «a tS’^***^ Infield hit and went 

T*ki»» o 7t *B,all lha way to third when Coo- 

wtnstckM ^ o u itantino threw the ball Into right 

Vletoria Athlatlca’ two veteran 

rtihthanden purhed th A a to =1™“ » «*«*h to Ortelg 

double victory over Yakima Pack- * Morgan followed with a triple 
era at Royal Athletic Park yeater- 1 ^ 

day. enabling the Aa U> aweep the Charlie Balaati'a alngle A walk. 

four-game aerlea. , ‘ 

. .. ... ^ . double drove In Lou Kubiak with 

Unnr K..i«o..U:h .Uo..tf but u. th. «..nth, 

live hlu, including a two-run homer 

by Lou Ealea and another four- ‘*o«ble. Morgana alngle. 

majterbyOeneThompaon.lngaln-l* •“«•*»>« •««! Ru» WaUetha 
ing an i-l daciaion in the matinee ; ^ «>«ni and 

auracuon for hla ISth triumph ^ Drilling in place 

the aeaaon Kittle. Vic BuccoLa drew a walk 

. «... b.. . u f».w Kubiak followod With a double 

Jm Bl.nk«<.hlp nutchrt hi. IKh y,, ^ 

Win in the nightcap. 7-5, •Jl«‘irtjna. 



TeiAii 

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By JACK BllXlVAN 
OLYMPIC 8TAOIUM. Wemblei'. 
Aug 14 CP). A throng of H.000 
•tood in reapectful alienee Satur- 
day and watched the final ceremoo- 
lea of ihc HHk Olympic Oamea. ' 
The Olympic flame waa extin- 1 
gulahed. the flap of M countriaa 
were lowered, and that waa the end. 

Tha five-hour finale, beginning | 
With the colorful equeatrlan com- 1 
petition known ai the Prlx de Na-! 
ttona. waa an unforgettable apec- 
tarle. 

Contested in ram and damp, iui- 
try weather aliTce July 29. tiir 14ih 
modem Olymplca cloaed in brilliant 
aunahine. 

There were banda and cholra. 
apeechea and priie-glviiTg. and a 
parade of Boy Soouta carrying each 
couniry'a flag. Unlike opening day. 
there waa tw> parade of athletes. 

Mexico won the final two prlaed 
horaemanahlp crowttt. In the Prix 
de Natlona. an arduoua teal of rid- 
ing akill, Lt -Col. H Marilea-Cortea. 
on Aret, won the Individual cham- 
pionahlp with a auperb performanca 
againat which only aix and oi>e- 
quarter fault! were charged 
Hla marveloua ride gave Mexico 
the team champtonahip. with Spain 
aecond and Great Britain third. 

J. Signed Cdatrom. preaident of 
the Intematiorul Olympic Com- 
' miitee, pronounced the cluaing of 
the Oamea and called upon "The 
I youth of every country to aaaamble 
In four yeera In HeUlnki*' for the 
1963 Oamea In Finland'! capltwl. 



liy aapirea. hr aald. "but it givca 
iht opportunity to all the youth 
of Uie world to find out that all 
men on earUi are bruthen. 

"Thus the Uamea help to oMam 
peace, particularly if you ronaider 
that (he young nien who have com- 
peied here today will one day bc- 
runte the leaden of their luilona ** 

Aa the flag-bearmi Bov Bcouu 
diaappearrd down the compeiitora* 
tunnel, vmcea of the great thronx 
joined ft whjte-cvbed choir of 40u 
men end women in ainging the 
Olympic hymn Let Ua Be Oiad'* 
U waa aperially written by Sir Alan 
Herbert It U aung to the tune of 
‘'Londondeiry Air," better known 
aa "Dwnny Buy." 

The chorua: 

"Let ua be glad, but not becauae of 
winning. 

Let ua go home one family today. 
Ood make our Oan>ea a glorioua 
beginning. 

And. hand In hand, together guide 
ua oil our way ' 

A five-gun aalute boomed out, 
rockliig Uie packed aiadium. The 
I Olympic flame in ita aeven-funt 
I uni atarled out. Then, aa U in 
|protear, U flared up again mumen- 
I Urily in a great lick of tire and 
, subsided for good. 



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Tsaias eae aee laa— a 

vicisfi* aia loe iss-a 

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ICssMrbiiub 2 fUMS. falnsr 1 a*crl- 
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Wilson. Kubias Ooitkl* piar WsU«th t4 
Palmar to BuMOis Tims I 47 Ussplm 



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— ^•laaUi Ptoaui 

Alderman Waldo Skillinga. who officially opened new cricket oval at Beacon Hill Park yaaterday. la ^n 
above taking cut at delivery from Bowlar Ted Parkina m opening ceremoruea Match between combined 
Five C'e-Albtona XI and The Real followed. See ttory on Page 19 



^Y’ Team Sweeps Honors 
III International Games 



Sports Fixtures 
Today, Tomorrow 

TODAY 

GftU 

13 30 pm. Junior button 
match. Uplanda Golf Club. 

1 30 pm.— SenAr button 
match. Uplanda Uolf Club. 

Lftcreaac 

1 30 pm -Nanaimo Ju- 
ver.Uea va JBAA. Juvenllga. 
Stevenaon Park. 

3-30 pm.- Nanaimo Palarea 
va. T A C., Stevenaon Park. 
(Second game of bcal-of-thre« 
aeml-flnal.i 
SeribaJI 

3 30 p.m "O ta ( r Ic t Mer- 
chant! VI. l^ngford. Upper 
Central. iSedbnd gamt of 
beat-of-three aPntor "S ' men'a 
Lower laland aemi-flnala » 
Criekei 

3 00 pm. Five Ca-Alblona 
va. U3C.. Beacon HiU Park. 
The Reat va HMS Sheffield, 
windaor Park. 

TOMORROW 

lUaebftli 

6 46 p.m.— Senior amateura, 
Xagiea va. Navy. Royal Ath- 
letic Park. 



Teuii 74 a • II 

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VICTOaiA- AB R H r 

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RftMat. If Ill: 

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not known ofliclally at preaw time 
Only aix team roembera made the 
trip and won each event they en- 
tered from a total of M ent"^ 1mm 
Vancouver. Victoria and Waahlng- 
ton BtatA 



A amali but glittering Y.MCA. 
track and field team made a clean 
aweep of the event! it entered in 
the International HlghlaiTd Ommea 
at Seattle yewterday. 

Team-captain Harry Mitchell 
triumphed in the aenlor 100-yard 
daah and 330-yard aprint to uke 
the aenlor agiregate trophy. Bob 
Hutchlaon took the junior aggregaie 
trophy, acorlng In the 100 and 330- 
yard aprlnU and the broad jump. 

Mltchclla time In the century 
daah waa the faatcat of hla career.' 
a alsxlini 9S aeconda. He waa cloaely 
foUowed acroaa the finiah Une by 
teammate Rafael Duke and Van- 
eouver'a Roger Wellman. Duke and 
Wellman revened poaitlona behind 
Mitchell In the 330. 

Bob Webater won tha open half 
mile and Oordy Pynn flnUlied aee- 
ond to Hutchlaon In the Junior 100- 
yard. Pynn teamed with Duke. 
Hutchiaen and iftitehell to win the 
half-mile relay in 1 31 3 and main- 
tain the team'! unbeaten record In 
competition. 

VAfIcOUVKR. B.C. Aug 14 0».! p*t Fleming allalned the higheat 
It waa **aU CalUmula*' today when i height of her career In winning the 
« American net artlaU eliminated' *T.men a high jump with a leap of 

. w. . . ^ I. S' 3 * She flnlahed aecond to Eie*nor 

rItUh Columblaa laat hopr* of iaa 

, McKenxie in the women a open 100- 

larlng m the Britlah Columbia cUy I Coach Bruce Humber 

mrta lennla ehamplonahipa ai,j^ll,ve* aha captured lha wuciien'a 
fricho Club. aggregate trophy although it waa 



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Victoria Team 
Places Second 



I XarnM 

BIsnK#B- 



Scottish Open 
Soccer Season 



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BtlaiiT k? KltU# U(t •(> 
Vlftpri* 4 Hotnt run# 
On«ta. Mb»- 

birsA*. bt#i Bfti- 

RwM k*ii*d in 

0a#rifir# Balaisl 

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'HtM 3 14 . Onpirv* au»k an! 



Big Soiitlip; 
To Join A’s 



Trial Island 



GLASGOW, Aug. 14 (Reutera i 
Scotland ! aoccer aeaaon opened to-| 
day and hundred! of thouaanda of 
Tana welcnroed It. 

Hlberniatu drubbed Eaat Fife 5-3 
in the htdhcat-acoring affair of the 
day Other key games in DIvblon “A” 
of the Scottish l,eafue raw Mother- 
well hold Rangers to a aurprUing 
I-l draw and Parilck Thla'.Iea beat 
Albion Rovers 1-0. 

In Dlviaion "B.’’ Relih Rovers 
whipped Queens Park 3-1 and 



52-Pounder 



riahlng by hiBwelf yesterday 
memlof. Paul Hunoupee landed 
ft St-poand spring taioion eff 
Trial laland. Hte extek 4a the 
IftrgesI ef (be season en Ukt l.ewer 
ItUnd and one Bf the tergeat ever 
reperled In (hik Bay waters. 

Harmusea wm wriog a Lucky 
l4>Bti phit #41 MO foet ef wire bne 
with no weight and bad ealte a 
battle t# get kb giant pHse InU 
the boat, taking half an hour U 
land It. He got hb ftrlke about 
7 a-aa. 



score of 1.304 points Individual 
scoras of team members, oompnaed 
of scores In the Macdoikald.* Gover- 
nor -Oeneral'a (Aral stage > and City 
,nt Ottawa shoots, were Young 309. 
Shcrwln 300. Sullivan 299 and 
joibauU 39« 

I Of the 35 teams entered In the 
I Imperial Tobacco Trophy shoot, lha 
'Canadian Scottiah placed lith wiih 
3JM points and the 5(h Regiment 
131h with one point Iraa Tlie match 
rails for four men and la baaed on 
.grand aggretaia acnrM 



Grand-Slam Blow 
By Bob Johnson 
Helps Seattle Win 

BEATTLJC, Aug. 14 fiPi - Helped 
along by First Baseman Bob John- 
eon'a four-ply homer, Seattle Raln- 
lert defeated Sacramento Soloru 
10-4 tonight to take a 4-3 edge on' 
their Pacific Coast League baseball 
aeries. R H Z 

Sacramento . 000 004 009- 4 9 0 

Seattle .. . 004 301 00X 10 14 3 

Batteries: Cedi. E. O’Neil <€» and 
Presut. Caatlna <•: Ooralca. Beaae 
<9> and Oarsao 

Night game called end of 5th in- 
ning-rain. R H E 

San Diegn 000 13 - 3 4 3 

Portland 030 00--3 9 0 

Batteries Rearlgno and CameUl, 
JohriAon and Silvera R H. E 
Oaklaikd 030 000 003 -4 11 I 
San Franciaco 103 000 000-3 7 0 

Battertea: Toat, Buxton 9t end 
Femxndes, Brewer. Werla <9.. 
Oablff (9) and Leonard R. R. E 
Hollywood .. 110 003 113—10 11 1 

Uw Angelea too lOl 000— 3 10 0 

Batteries. Kennedy and Oladd, 
Kahn 7<; Carlaen, Bauers (3*, Lwn- 
franconl <9) and Malone 



Defeats T.A.( 



iiaiiaiino 
Seeoiid Game Here Tod 



Virttirians 



Don White and Jim Rice fired 
the only goals of the ftnt quarter 
to gUr the home club a 3-0 lead. 
I.xrry Booth scored for TAC. 
early In the aecond period, but goala 
by Pat While, Earl Bennie and Wea 
Manaon made It 5-1 at the Inter- 
mUslon. 

Popham opened the third quar- 
ter with Victoria's final counier 
but It was the I'laers' laat sue- 



KpeeUi le The ( elenbl 
NANAIMO. Aug 14 - Nanaimo 
Palaces trounced VlcUiria's TAC 
team here toolghl, 13-3, Id take a 
onr-game lead ' in their beat-of- 
threa laland box lacmaae final and 
became outstanding favorites In ad- 
vance Into the ftnaia against Jokers 
by winning the second game, billed 
for Victoria tomorrow (Sunday) 
Held to two goals in the cloae- 
cherking encounter. TiUlcums faded 
completely after the aecond qdarier 
and failed to score In the laat 39 
But for the ater- 



KJ V ■••V* 0 I Maureen Connolly, San Dtegn's 

TTft fS ai/» SSS9 ll-year-old tennis star, won a berth 

k/ JAN(f, In the Anab following her t-«. 9-0. 

0-1 defeat of Vancouver's Lob Reid 
la sport In Vletorls going to become a monopoly? There U| in another singlet match, Barbara 
•videnet of such a trend, and the recent announcement that the KimbrelL Lea Angeie#. downed Ar- 
Vlclorla Baaeball and Athletic Go. which operatea the Vlcti>ria|rilla McOuIr*. San Pranclaco, 1-0, 
Athletlcd, has become **a«a(*laled” with Victoria United lx ad- 

dlUonal leiUroony for what may soon become an eatAbllabed facl.l FlHix and Don Lowenbein. . San 
Therw la no doubt but that Vlclorla’a Inter-city ioccer team ****^1!^ 

nwd. powerful b«klni If It 1" com^aUon. uml th.l 

It Will get Juat that from the baseball company. It does teem that <}oubiea uue 
It may have been better If thla backing had come from a group Uwenbeln-Flelta combiaa- 

prlmaxllj Intereated In the fostering of aaaoclanon football. tkm today dowrked the Skelton- 
The United announcement followed bard on the heels of the^stohlberg duo. 0-f. 0-1. while Pfeb- 
formatlon of a atrong organisation to back Canadian football. i ter arxl Uvingstone eliminated Van- 
Aithough there la no claim here that It la being backed by the , '• ^ri Jeffrey and Dereak 

Vt^knHa naaahall anrf Athletlr Cn lha man hahinrt tha move are, ^*^r. 0-0. 7-5. 



Pro PaU Canadian L4«>on and 
Page Cleanera will meet in the Aral 
fanu* nf a beet -of -three aerie* for 
t-he city juvenile softball llrie at 
Colrillr Rnad nn Tuesday at g go 
pm SecoTTd game will be played nn 
Thursday at Victoria W»st at 0 30 
pm., and the third, If necessary, on 
Tuaaday. Auguat 34, at Central 
Janmr High Schoca. at gtso p.m. 



minutes of play 
ling work of Buxx Lung In the loam* 
nets, the score would have been 
higher Long blocked U ahota. 13 
of them In the laat quarter. 



Nanaimo — Fuller. Garland. B. 
Bennie. Seward. D. White 3, Good. 
Mamies 1, Gold. Dorman I. Scott 1. 
P. White 1, Manaoo 1. E. BenaJe t. 
Rice 2 Tout 13 

T A.C- - Buxa Long. Bob Long, 



kAANU'H ROFTIIALL 
Saxnlchton will play Elk luke In 
a aenlor “B- softball gam# for 
thf Mackintosh kr>orkout cup at 
SaanJehton tonight at 7 



Frizp <]atrh 



Well-known Victoria shot, who 
has been doing well In Dominion of 
Canada Rifle Aaaociatlon ah(7ot at 
Connaught Rifle Ra'hgv. Young won 

^ ... ...V first priaa money In Bankers Match. 

arena. H follows that bog lacroaae wlU havg the Indoor surface ** **“”7 placed second to PatUmon Cup 

that It needi and that It will regain lU prestmr popularity. It also! Jfl* *** ^ thootniff and won 

foUema that bo* lacroMW will need a atrong organltaUon It Victoria I ^ compeu- dc.RA. cro. for hu 501 

Inter-ctty franchise wh'ch hM *>«" ^ conaolation round will he pUywl ^*abl) me^r oTwrtorta te^ 

long. Tht next logical step then would be an aaaoclaUon with the ^ Buniaide Lawn BowUng whkh won McDonald. Bankers and 

Victoria Baaeball it Athletic Co. providing the latUr group 10 ciub cm Wednesday at T;15 pm. All iVIctoria Rlfl« i^am trophbs and 
ffuccessful In lU bid for hockey and conceolon righta. players knocked out before the aeml- member of Brltbh Columbia Uam 

Should all this come to pass- And It ia not ax far-fetched aijnnab wUI be eligible to compete. Iwhich won London Merchants Cup 



Davies Throws 
One-Hit Bali 
As Eagles Win 



By Tb* Canadtaa Press 

Tha pennant-seeking Cleveland 
Indiana today moved higher up the 
Amrrican League ladder. Before a 
Ladies' Day crowd of 11,706 per- 
aorw. the Redskins moved a game 
and a half ahead of tha bagua Held 
by downing Chicago White Sox 4-3 
A 4-3 vlrtory over the Washington 
Banaton put the Boeton Red Sox 
In second place In the American 
got their 



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br. R#Unar Ms 

Ras#hl sad RtsrbM 



U may aound— then one orgAnlgatlon would be aixoclaled wUh| 
the main ipertj which use- and need- the clty'i two good xportx! 
centres, and It would glva that group near control over Royal 1 
Athletic Park and the Memorial Arena. Such x situation could 1 
work to the detriment of other ^>orU, which are Just as neceasaiyi 
U not aa important ' 

Victoria sports need strong backing and the good promotion 
lhal a strong organlMtlon can give them. Whether or not this 
•hould coma from one group poaet a serious question 



ssa aes S4»- 4 t a 

an IS 4 ae* •] a 1 
i*Mi. RsrrM '7 , 2«bnsMi 
MasfMr. ^m#S r4’ aNe 



ROW THEY STAND W L I 

Rev's Bembvit . 39 3 j 

EagW II ig J 

Navy t 1# .1 

Bae e ters - • II J 

FUarr S Net g 17 j 

Nett gsRss. totveerev: Eagtev 
Navy, lUyal Athletic Fart, #:M p. 



En^lettes Trim Sidney 
To Reach Softball Final 



opuph im eea asi-it 19 i 

St UmU 44 ! 444 4 * 4 - * 4 

SatltrlM ewrea, Tract# >1> ari4 Sein 
Santerd. Or«vi •!< Kaanaer «4i an! M««e 
RaTtoxat ucaoL's a r s 

■< Uaia aaa itt aaa- a t 

riiukattR >aa sea lat i is < 

Rattartaa' Brac7»#«a and R>*a. Oa«*t 
•*aail#r <«’. SinflAM <!'. Rt«tM 

snd X}«tiS. euse#raM it- R R l 
Mrv Tart 4*4 S41 448 S I# I 

eiltlaealahia 414 444 4**— t T 

BaWvn#* ^MMa aa* Ce**sr RaWrts 

Ra«F <S> an# BsWAKk RMS 

arnaeirn *«a 441 IIS- 1 T 

seeuHi aie 4*4 aas --4 i 

Sattartaa Sa>n#r Hinear (4| aa# B* 
•are# PsiMr and a«IX#M 



League. The Red Snx 
four runi off Mickey Haefnrr In the 
eighth Inning. 

Scoring sight runs In one tnnlimc 
for (he second eonsecuUve game, 
the New York Yankees rolled to a 
14-1 triumph over lha FbUadclphla 
Athletics today. 

lo the National League, Rookie 
Don Mueller's two-run single a»w4 
Walker Cooper's 13th hooser of the 
seoxon sparked the New York Giants 
to a 3-1 rtetory over the PhUadel 
phla PhlUhm. 

Sheldoo JotMs limited the Fhlb 
to seven hits In posting hb 11th 
triumph. Eddb Miller s 13th bocner 
|ba the ascood deprived Jooea of a 
shutout 

I Hairy ^the Call Bracheen. Car- 
dinal southpaw ace. today anded tha 
' Flttaborfh Ptraia Jins which has 
I extended to seven games, as 8t. 
Ilxmb defeated the Buocos 9-3. 

Boston Braves r*s4ors d their Na- 
tional League margin to four f 
by odglng out Brooklyn Dodge r* 

1 4-3 behind the steady pttcbtng of 
; Nelson Potter. 

a«sasr«H lsaops a. ■ s 

C)#*«UM 4M aw e» 4 V t 

cavae* iw aan as* -a a 9 

naiwriw oriwk. caiiiis*aw iti avd 



Eagbttsa defeated Bidnay, 14- 10. 1 first two games and dropped the 

third. I 

The Atarie will meet JR and S. 
"B” divbion Utibts. Ihb week for 
the Vancouver Island aenlor "B" 
championship. JR and E. arere 
awarded the “B'' dJvlalon crown 
when New Method withdrew Ita 
protest on the fourth gam* ef their 
aerlea which JR. and S won three 
ganaa le «na. 

Rath Oetar got credit for Bag- 
buaa victory at Sidney last nigbt 
after rsUrving Barkar* Bun* In th* 
fourth Inning with the annr* ^4 
for Sidney, tb* baaei filled and two 
^looi. 

I Bagbttee replied with five rune on 
err . aU hits In th* fifth and added three 
Ml narkati m the Mxth after toar r s had 
tied the count si 9-9 
4M Kitty Frost pitched th* route for 
S,' Bidiwy end was bit freely, giving np 
1 3D baae-htti It waa her fifth mound 
IT7 rob In Blx days. R. R. S 

^ EagletUv .. 031 003 3—14 W f 



in a frve-hllUng copta e t at Sidney 
laat night to Uka beat-of-nv* 
tariea for th* women's "A" dfvlalnn 
•enJnr *B** aofthaU crown three 

Baglettea wm the 



Bagtea consolidated their hold on 
second pUceJn tb* Vlct4>rie Base- 
ball Aaaoelatkm pennant lacs bit 
night by trtMjncIng Boosters. 10-0, 
In a game ahortoned to *ev*n in- 
nings by darkoem and faetured by 
the ooa-bJt hurUng of Stan Davica. 

Davtea was never in troubb. uk- 
ing ivh on strtkea snd walking five. 
He lost hb oo-hnier in (*'* fifth 
when Oerry ^rfeer reached him for 
a doubb 

Art WoiUi was th* kwlng pitcher 
and again got hhnself int'i troubia 
with hb lack of ecntrul. Re walked 
Un man and moat of them eom- 
pbtag tha etreult 

On# hit, two bwMi OB balJ4 and an 
lerrc* proiwoed the tint three ruaa 
' tn the third tnning. TWo mort pa tew, 
a alnfb and a theft oP by 

Bemb Anderson wwBe H 5-0 in tha 
fourth. Oarwo’e doubb af'er two 
awr* baaw an kaib plaiad anoihar 
pair m the atxth and Vam Evans* 
thr**-nm ctrcuH Mow following an 
error and HUB anocnw haac on baNa. 
nwipUtail He* ecwrlnf In tlw eevmth. 



ffmtfioni fffirreit 

The Loflwn Brnlor *‘A'* baakalball team will b« apouored by|(unw M on* 
the Fra Fats this aaaaoii. Tommy Burgees, chairman of tha Pro, - - - 
FaU aporta committee, rtporta Woddlng bells rang* for Jim n I 1 
MrKtacbla last night . . . Clay flonUngton. the Taeoma baaebaJl‘ 
announcer, will bt in Vlctwiin next week to air the Tacoma aeries 
here . . . AUhouglt their ettendance at home U over the 110.000 "*”®"**' 
mark. Vletorla AihlcUcs are not doing loo well financially on 
road. Th«tr cheque for th# recent Wenatehee aeries of four games 
was leas than liiiUng clubs usually receive for on* gam* here v#« T«r» 
Vaaewwvsr cricket officials are thinking of bringing In an Old c^Mau** 
Country pro to Instruct Mainland youngsters In th* Intrlcaclaa 
df the ancUnt English gport . . . Dorks Unlimited reporta good 
nyws for hunUrs with lha announcement that all evldenc* In- ^^*7**** 
dlcates a aubatanUal Increaae in duck population . . The Ak 



i(]hilean Horse TaLrti V 
Third Featiirr in Row ; 

bred Beauchef, d*acrib*d aa "an- ' 

other South American flop" afler ^ 

diaappetnung ««riy p*rfonnaacaa tn 
th* United BUlea. today wnrad lu 
third eo o a ecu Uv* major staka W-j 
' tory. awning from bthhM to wm I 

tho 96dhM . added* MewectiiwefS* Goa of manv eacce a sful angbrs at 
Handiesp at Buffcfk Downs Oosrtehan Bay reewiUy b Mn Cttf- 

' The flv*.ysar-old eamtwlgner. ford Rawkin* of Alta Dro*. Oah- 
wtanrr hi reewit handicap* at Man- fomla. Mrs Hawkina b p4rtnrvd 
month Pajk and Aaratoga. set ejabov* hetdtng 41-pound apriag. 
nrw track r soord of 3 033-0 for thr|l*rtMt of season at popular Up- 
mflr tad a guartar me* ta defeating 'lelaod nahiog grounds Her catch 
Anmid Rangers Rarmonba, th*|Was made on IXKky Loth* pl^ and 
‘tan* flDy tn th* U-lMwwBeld. By a «ae on* of a me i al boated by her 
Ibcdtb and a quarter. land brr Imebaad 



OUEBBINO DEPARTlfCNT NaaaJm* ov*r T A C. In today's! ^ ^ 

botla pisy-off and Laagfard om District Mtrchanta ta today’s I a*« 
softtmU play-off. Tomorrow. Ebgia* over Nayj In senior baaeball. 

Batttng avexags to date^Ai bai 361, hits IM, perewntag* .716, 



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i SECOND NEWS SECTION 












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THE DAILY COL'ATST, VICTORIA. B C. SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1048 



The complrU Uct of mUooaI ftm 



pUcoe foUom: 

1"FII3 USA. M. Sweden 17, Huncnty 10. 

, France t. lulj' I. Turkejr 9. C»tho- 
ISlorakla 9. HoUand 6. Swiuerland 
IS. rinUnd 4. Denmark 4. Oreat 
I Britain >. ArftnUoa I. South Africa 
>S. Ueateo 2, Auatralla 2. 2, 

*• Jamaica 1. Aualrla 

Ml iMWM- it. Norwa; 1, India 1. 



Sroru Karra. Aar- U <»an- 
Aa«) — The Amrrlraa-epan-* 
eared RepabUa of Korea formally 
radia la Jtfe today, wlUi Oeneral 
MacArthar deriartna (he harrier 
eeparattnc It fraoi RwMiao-heid 
Nortli Karca “mtial and will be 
lora dawn.* 

Dr hjmtman Kbee. fleet pr«ai« 
dent of the new repnbHe. blamed 
the Hartal I'nlon far the fart hit 
Oairmmant embraeca aniy the 
eanthem halt of 4ha roantry. 



Proves Sill 



WKIdBUiY. Knilaivl, Aug. 14 Cf). 
-Here la a Hat of champlobt of the 
|1MI Olympic Gamaa. wiLb (hair 
winning tlmae, hetghta and dla- 
tancei : 

Thara amd emn <msi» 

M IfaaU 

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leJ 'MaeU Citiwetc t«cer4i 

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ba oo eontaat. and hia intalUganoa rloae to IL In ihoae dayt Batchol 
told him that to go to Mie ball park. Paige aaa vtaely playing for him* 
remove lua nibbara. pul oo a umform.leelf. aa an indopendeat corporauccx. 
take cdf the uniform, pul on hie rub*;and booking hla revenue* aa faat 
bera again, and twim home would, na tha pric* of long red autoeaobUea 
be a waate of energy that might w«lJ‘*ould permit 
coat Cleveland Utc pennant. It you HOW OLOT 

have teen Mr. Paige » feet, you know Apart Iron} tb* ftnaocial aide of It, 
that putting on and off hla rubbers wta)ch wtll protanbly improve aa 



By JOK.N LASDNI.R , 

Satchel Paige, whom we «rlcoroed| 
to the big leaguea a few we«ka agn 
with the reaped due a man of hla 
yean and geniua, aatd aooo after 
iofnlng tha Clevaland ball eiub. 
T cam* up ten y^re too lata. I 
wUh I'd bcwc here when Z atlU had 
I.v -' ilf'* A week latar. however. 



By GSANTLAND MJCI 



A alODder. Uh-pound entry from 
Teiaa ftoally haa picked up Where 
Walter Hagen, Bobby Juttea and 
Gene Saraxen left off HU name U 
Ben Hogan and ha la, beyuod eny 
argumaiiL. the final golf player in 



u.< world t 



Holder ul um' uiutea Open. 

PGA and the Wcaiem C^n 
rrowna. Hogan alao la the leadmg 
tournament winner of the year, 
and always the favorite each time 
be ataru. 

Ben tiaa hammered hu game into 
a ftavleM 'work of art through 



i,se« ut'.tf Mw-u«B'i 

t o I 

t,eoo-M«u« itiu>-o«*Ma luiu. 
14 n< •oi)R)pir r«««re' 
10,Me-u*u» Kmb- K«U 
■Ia*aki4 » Mt toarwetc r*Mrei 
UMathoo DvMo CaDrara. A: 
) l« II I 

m-Ma<ra lUlar - Osiue aut»a. 
leee-Mfirv Haiar-vniue ai*< 
' b«grlkad. lUr ' 

• le 4 

Walk J. P ML 
'Oiynp<e racerS' 
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4 41 It 

KiirdlAa -blU ^Ur, 



unloading the 8a. Mauretania twice Mr Boudieau'a mind. 
In one day league carear haa bea 

A. II h.ppen.d, Mr Boud-~u h4<l 
a meaaage for the alhletea at the ball 
park. He aald <ai that there would 
ba no game Ttila waa a point Mr. 

Paige had figured out for himMlf. 

Mr Boudreau aaid <b> that the team 
would take an earlier train out of 
town aa a consequence. Thla waa a 
point of which he could have ap* 
pralaed Satchel by talephcne. at a 
coat of five centa, which Stateb would 



Marta obalu . in jmj and 19 peraona were 

injured — bccauae Satchel Paige 
'pitched In Chicago. 

The negro hurtcr'a ftrat major 
league appearance In Chicago with 
the Cleveland Indiana agalnat the 
Chicago White Sox last night pulled 
the third largest crowd In Oomlakey 
:Park hUtory— 91.011 paid admlaalona 
But an eatimalad 20,000 persona were 
turned away. 

Police Lieut. Terry Oooohue took 
one look at the gathering crowd, 
jloog before game time, and celled 
I for extra police. 

The crowda kept coming. They 
smachrd through one tumaUle. 
Rundreda with ticketa. arriving late, 
fought. puah4rd and Jammed In an 
attempt to get tn. 

Paige held the Sox to five hlta 
and gave no baaee oo balU. In- 
diana won, 6-0. 



better get out of the big Ume again 
whlld he atUl bad hla Ufellme aav- 
Inga. 

Purauiog an old deiraland poUcy 
of making anda meet by paying a 
player'a aalary with one band and 
fining him with tha other, Manager 
Lou Boudreau plaatered Saleh with 
an aaaaaameot tn an unatated aum 
for mleftpg a bell game, and then 
made him kick back another 960 for 
mUfinj a train. The experienre aad- 
daned Mr Paige. Life waa never like 
that when he managed hUnaelf. Big* 
league ball. It occurred to him. baa 
many of the aapecta of a police ctete 

“ni know better next time,** he 
epologlxcd In public, but he must 
hev 0 aeked hlmaelf privetely how 
loog ha can keep out of the poor- 
houM If hla employere ere going 
to fine l>lm for uelng hla brelni, 
of which he haa a eoploue supply. 
WASTE or ENERGY 

It waa raining on Ute day of the 
game that 8a|chel mlaaed. A glance 
out hla window told him there oould 



4Me.M«U4 Ttam r«r«ull ■ Vranca 
aeea.MaU4 Taa«i« hair. 1 M l 
l.Mft'Uawa 'nna TrlAl ■ J. Dupwil. 
Vianc*. I iJ I. . 

ISl-Mila RmC lla<a iu4t«Muaii — J 
Bayaart. fyeaea. I baert, II miauua. U.4 
tacandi 

Ill-MJia ftoae lUca iTaant - Xalalaa. 
II M li e (MaSieae luaa lar tbraa tlMri 
eqieeTuaK 
e«ar eataia 

IndlTieaal Draaaaia — CaM S Maaaar. 
aaiiMrianC «ei'i pateu af pMaikla lee 
Ttaa Dtataata — eaaean. 1 )#• palnU 
afpoMibla 1.IM 

Team TAraa-tHy graei — Oalue etaui, 
lll^t Mlaua ^lau. 

tndlvMaal TIsrM.Dar Raaat ~ Ca#( 
R. M CtMTaUMr, Franc*. eKw 4. 

aoeexa 

Taam -■ evaean 

SO xu«o 

tlfbl' R*aau 

Plyaalgnt - Faacwal Faraa. Araaniuta 
Saauaaalebi TUwr Oatt, Muoeary 

Faaiivarvalebr ~ SmaaM Formenu, 
lUly 

UfMaalfSt OaraU Drayar, SmUi 

Africa 

Walur*at|b( — J. Tama. Caaeb«-gl*> 
takia. 

Siieaiaaalebt — LaaMa Fapp Hgneary 
Ufbt.Htavyvaigbt — Oaorea Uonttr, 
eeuib Airti-a 

Hra*y«*'.|si - aafaal t«tauaA Artan- 

Una 

■AeaiTSAix 

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HflUaMiial Bar - Jaaat Btaiear. S«iu- 
ar.a*iil Ml 

Fammalad Uaraa - F J Aailatkan. V 
A Huhianan and H. CatMalnaa. aU Fin- 
land Ml >tbraa-«ay iiri 
Farallai Barr U Baiarh. e«UMrtaad 
T«*I«*-Biar.iaa Caotaat - V A Snbta- 



done to them ten yean ego; which 
raises the question. Just how old 
was Mr PaJgv ten years ago? 

His own count today is 29 Your 
correspondent has referred to him 
for several seasons as the oldest 
19-year-old pitcher In existence 
and Mr Paige. «bo is food of super- 
gladly have defrayed. Ml Boudreaus j^tivaa. proudly supports this claim- 
charge for the information turned V^cnily ^ rvpart wluieM in tha 
out to be 1.000 Umca xreater than form of Satchel's mother look the 
the telephone company s. Utand and suted her belief that 

I aald before that UUe fining jaxteh is 44, going on 46 ThU 
buaineas is an old Cleveland poitcy remark was bad for buslnesa. In a 
Now that WUUam Veeck. the leai-'way. ilnce Mr Paige has been 
dent brain. U selling out his ball getting credit for much belter totals 
park, the CVveland Club no longer Until his parent violated hit trade 
finds U necessary to fine a man secret. It was thought that Batch 
the stse of his incomo to stay in once struck out Abner Oouhleday 
busbitaa. In th* days of Romck-''on three pitches, naturally, 
inir Ralston Hemsley, a Cleveland; If one thing is clearer than an- 



HaraC*a. CUff 
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ai4i4». US lOiyaaic rMsrei. 

40a*Mvtra UuriUaa Ray Carbraa, OalUS 
Sittat 11 I «0<raok raeorS' 

ai*ta»ebAM - Tbur* tMe- 
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t'atts, 14 F«*l. It* >Mb*a 

Hifb Juata Jehn wiaiaf. AaainlM. 
• laai. 4 tbcbaa 

ataaC Jump- WUlt« Btaala. bnllaC Biaiaa 
}| faai. I inrhM 

llqp Slap Bfl« Jump- -A Abaan. S«a«an. 
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FOR 

FALLING AND 
BUCKING 



For SALES, SERVICE ond 
PARTS on this machine 
thot IS without on wquoi 
for dependobility, rug- 
gedness ond long life, go 
to 



Hair. 



forefinger If ihir cost him any | 
yards, no one has noticed It. The 
move undoubtedly worked for bel- 
ter ocrntrol. as the once-feared book 
disappeared 

WbAt gave J36'puund Uogan bu 
eda'e over the fleldf I’ve seen him^ 
practice an hour or more at a tune 
hnung 90 or 00-yard pitch shots 
with a wedge His idva was to hole 
the pitch. It possible, or to get Itj 
stone dead. Mot after shot after J 
shot in monoconous order -until the 
action was grooved. I 

I vp seen Hogan finish a hard 
mormng round, grab a sandwich and ' 
then go out for an hour's practire 
before starting the afternoon hitch. 
In this manner lie has spent seven 
or eight hours oo a course in ooej 
day. I 

Hogan's left hand Is something 
to see He never has liked to play! 
in fioves—or even use a glove at! 
all As a result, his left hand is ^ 
ridged, ripped and spilt The won- 
der Is that at umca he could use , 
It, even for pitch shots. | 

As a rule, the Texan U a mag- ' 
nifieent putter He has discovered | 
that many putts, the shorter-ranged ! 
type, ase miss e d because the knees ' 
Of bo4ff move. If you weUih hiral 
oo a putting green, you will see! 
him prarUcaiJy k>ck his knem be- I 
fore making his swing. 

HOGAN AT WORK 

When you look at Hogan's book. 
"Power Oolf." you are immediately 
impressed with the action photo- 
graphs. 

At the top of the swing, every inch 
of his body Is perfectly in place. 
Every inch from bee] to bead Is set 
In the light groove. 



I L06 ANGELES, Aug 14 -JP) The 
Pacific Coast Baseball League's 
non-fratemUatlos rule will be 
etrlctly enforced. Clarence Rowland. i 
loop president, announced. 

"There has been too much con- 
versation between managers and , 
players with the people In the 
stands. " he declared. 

'■Managers are on the field to 
conduct ball games and tbn players 
are there to play in U. Rowland 
added. "Neither is there to con- 
duct a soiree with fans over the 
box seat rail. Such practices will 
be discontinued Immediately." 

Rowland aald all umpirea have 
been notified to report the names 
of vtolston, who will be punished 
by fines. 



YATIS AT VANCOUVIR 
• 2111 



I On Island 
To Be Filmed 



iCounty Cricket 

I LONDON. Aug 14 (ReuUrs>. — 
Todays clnse-of-plsy scores in 
county cricket 

Surrey flrxt innings 290; Olou- 
oeaterahire first innlnga 19 for one. 

Difrbyihlre first Innings 215; Lei- 
cestersbJr* first Innings 129 for six. 

Kent vs Middlesex. Kent flrvt 
, Innings 401 for nlnt. 

, Nottinghamshire first innings 221; 
Lancashire 16 for aero. 

Yorkablrr first Innings 290 War- 
ceaterahlre first innings 11 for one. 

Warwickshire first Innlnga 229; 

' Hampshire 27 for one. 

Northamptonshire ftrxt Innings 
1 199; Olsmorgen first Innings 101 
' for five. 

Essex first Innings IT7; Somerset 
I first Innings 197 for six. 



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SERVING VICTORIA FOR 86 YEARS 



IU.S. Captures 
38 Firsts 

I 

|At Olympics 



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Completing a serlei of eight color 
films on sport fishing In Canada. 
Al J. McClane of New York, fish- 
ing editor of Field and BtrMun. 
and Bill MacDonald of tb# National 
Film Board will be at Fort Albeml 
during the Utter part of September 
to film steelhead fishing in BrItUh 
Columbia 

They will be accompanied by 
Charles Rita of Paris. France, an 
Intemetlonal authority on fly fish- 
ing and easting. Re will test new 
spinning line techniques with six- 
pound teat thread line. 

The party wUl arrive by pUne on 
September IT. The film Is expected 
to Uke 10 days to record. 



OLYMPIC STADIUM Wembley, 
England. Aug. 14 UP 



'The United 
Sutee won It first pUcee in the 
14th Olympic OaRiM that ended 
today to lead the world and far 
outshine iu record In the Berlin ' 
Games of 1996. Then Germany wonj 
32 flrsu to 34 for the Unltad Sutesi 
and 10 for Hungary. 

Th# record for 1949 gave Sweden 
17 firsts for the runnrr-up poslUon 
with Hungary third >101 10. 

The Osmes arc based on indi- 
vidual championships, but unofflcUl 
team point totals thawed America 
on lop In man s track, men’s and 
women's ssrlmmlng, weight-lifting, 
yachting. shooUng and basketball 
Sweden won the modem pim- 
tathlon. Orego-Rotnan wrastUnir. 
'Sud euccer, Franre won in eycUng 
and fencing. 

totals are compiled by aUow- 
points for a first pUoe, five 
a aecond. four for third, three 
~ fourth, two for fifth end one 
for elxth. 



Toronto (Combine 
Beat.s Bombers 

Toronto 



WINNIPEG. Aug. 14 iCF). 
Beachee-IndUns dtiimrd Winnipeg' 
Blue Bombers 12-9 today tn the first' 
of three exhibition football gamM. ^ I 

More than 9.000 shirt-sleeved farisi 
sat under a brilliant sun to watch' 
the favorite Bombers literally toaa, 
the game to Toronto with two 
fumbles good for two touchdowns. 

Quarterback Joe Kane sparked 
the Combines* attack, with a second- 
quarter touchdown, converted by 
Johnny Lake Bob Harel hnd sNen 
them a 1-0 lead In the flrtt quarter. 
Bud EdmUton added another five 
points with a touchdosra In the 
third quarter. 

Don Blney accounted for xH 
; Bombers' points, with a touchdown. 

I a convert and a field goaL 



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You can’t ace 
bow he can miss- and he rarely 
dees wbxa his back Uo't bnthtrlng 
him. 

We never have had a golfer who 
hit so many almoat-perfeci shots 
Hogan leaves little to brilliant re- 
coveries His body Is wfU turned, his 
hands high, his siring a trifle more 
than full-all set to apply full power 
under control. 

But golf ta more than a physical 
last. No other game demands as 
much concentgiUon. No other game 
calls for more delcrmlnatlcm. 'The 
temptation to let your mind wander 
is always slront The temptation to 
surrender after a few bad holea is 
even stronger. 

They someUmes rail Hogan “Iron 
Face ' He lets nothing get between 
his brain and his golt swing. He 
thinks of hilling the ball comeUy—' 
not of when the bail might finish 
up . I've never seen Hogan steer a 
shot, an extremely common fault 
He plays every tournament stroke 
by stroke He never glvM up. 
TYPICAL PLAY 

In one US. Open I thought he 
was finished on the 92rd hole. His 
drive was out of bounds His next 

on the 



Olds Pilots Vantreight’s Car 
To Triple Victory at Langford 

Don Olds again dampostxated htslBung Eng staged a battle for i 
driving eblllty to auto racing fans ond place with Bunley gettlog 
at the Langford Speedway last night ' when Eng went wide on the 1 
as he plioied Jerry Vantreight’s car ‘turn. 

down In front in the main event. Eng captured the second h 
Australian pursuit race and first ahead of Caldwell and Bpauidi 
heat race . Spaulding copped the third hi 

’The lead changed hands five leading George Haslam and Co 
times in the main event before Olds Thomas to the wire, and Thoi 
went In front on the 37th lap when* came out on top In the fourth ta 
Jack Spaulding spun wida. Olds 'ahead of Eddie Koetcmilk and 1 
started in tha tall poaiuon but | Whita. 

gradually moved up. Re first took I Olds started In third position 
the lead on the 17th lap and staged tha pusult raoe but gradually mo 
a three-way battle with Spaulding up and took the lead from Thoa 
and Digger Caldwell until he > Stanley ftnlxhed eecood and Spau 
finally went ahead to stay. Bpauld- ; ing third, 
tng finished second and Caldwell , Oeorge Hutchison rofied o 
third 'four Umca during tha pre-r 

The helmet dash provided the , warm-ups. He was rushed to h 
fans with the most 



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excitement. 
Howie Stanley, who earlier won the, 
dale trials ariih a lap of 1913 tso 
onds. was given tha nod by the 
Judges after oomlng down to the 
wire nose to rmae with Olds. 

Olds took the lead on Uv first 
turn in the first heat race and won 
by a good margin Stanley and 



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drive, playing three, 
weak aide He hit YUs fourth shot 
badly Hia fifth shot Just reached 
the green, 70 feet from the cup He 
was facing a seven or an etgbt He 
studied the line of the putt as care- 
fully as If he were after a birdie 
He hoted out for six— and then had 
four Wrdifls on the next six holes. 

Bobby Jeoes las often said that 
Ben Hogan is the hardest worker he 
ever saw at any gama— football, 
baaebali or anything else 

*1 used to think that Hagen anil 
others were tough competitors" Gene 
Saraaen told me once. “They are not 
in It with Hogan. He was my partner 
In a big Florida four-ball match. At 
the end of ten holes ire were five up 
‘Ootne on' 



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AN IMMkOlATI 
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fore they were offtcially m eervtce 
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LONDON. Aug 14 iReutersK — 
AusinUU scored 1&3 runs for the kM 
of two wtckeu In reply to KngUud s 
low tfhrv of U run# In the first 
UuUilp of the flUAl cricket test 
match at Kensington Oval AustrsUa 
has already captured the scrtcs with 
three vietuflM and one draw. 

Ttdi was England's lowest score 



OfBrial W.li*. averages released by the Howe News Bureau, league 
sUUsUclana. that Victoria Athletics art second In team hltUng 

and fourth In team fielding, but only one point worse off than Bremerton 
and Vancouver defensfrcly. 

Offensively, the figures show Uttls wrong with the A's except ttrelr 
pru|>ensUy tot atrikmg out. Tlic Norbcrtmen lead the circuit to total 
bases. doublM sad home runs and are second In hfts, nms scared and 
triples However, tlic As hsve allowed <»pponenU an average of over 
five runs a game. By comparison. Uit leading Bremerton Bluejackets 



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their prssrnt standing. 

Averages. Including games of August • and Vlclorta>fialem game of 
August g. follow. 

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history. The worst performaoc* In 
the IM test matches with the 
Ausslcs was the 46 runs England 
lalUed St Sydney In ISBd-gT. 

The match was held up by rain , 
England won the toss and Skipper 
'Norman Yardley elected to send his 
^Uani in to bat first. His choice 
i proved disastrous as England col- 
I lapsed in scnaaiionsl fashion, their 
'top batamen being skitUed out by 
I the Australian pace men. Most sue - 1 
‘cessfui bowler was Ray Undwail.l 
(asteat bowler in the world, who 
I claimed six victuns for only 3 U ' 
I Only Len Hutton played with soy j 
'confidence and his M runs were good ' 
enough to carry his bat through ' 
jFlve English batsmen failed to get I 
, a run and the usually reliable pair 
of EdJicb and Compton only scored! 
Iseven runs between them. In sU.| 
I Aussie bowlers needed only 43 overs 
land two and a half hours to retire 
I the English side. 

8 Jd Barnes sod Arthur Morrli. 
Australia's opening batsmen, were 
oot worried by the English attack 
I They more than doubled England's 
I score before 






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Palaces to the second game of aj 
best-of-ihree boxls semi-flMl strlesi 
at Btevenson Park this afternoon 
at 3:90 Nanimo won the opening 
game at Nanaimo last idght. '. 

of the series wUl play Jtdisrs tor 
the Vancouver Island senior "B 
crown. 

The play-off game will he pre- 
ceeded by a Juvenile contest be- 
tween JBAA Slid Nanairrc Juien-| 
lies at I'M pm. Members of the| 
JBAA team are asked to be In 1 
strip 15 minutes before gsn.e tune. 



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Yalta* sitcian* 

Brviuiar Vaa* 0 a>*r 



Loiigsliots Romp at Vancouver 
Admiral Fleet Biggest Upset 

I \r a ai^.> ta a”*! I akU RanS lUarUm 



Bam« was caught 

I behind the wtckei for 91 . 

I Don Bradman, plsylng In his last 
'test match, was given a tremendous 
reception by the crowd of 90.000 
tTi^bui was clean bowled by the second 
^ ball he received from Eric HolUcs 

IWratwagnc StalOa.Mtmr-BrMa vniry 'LlndSBy HaifSCtt then Joined MotHs 
rot BTW 



I'PLASOS FOl'RtiOMEti 
Miss V Wiley and Don Qowmn 
took low net honors, and Mrs W. 
Erickson and Roy Biranlx won low 
gross laurels in the twilight two-ball 
mixed founomes at the Uplands 
Oolf Club on Friday Next competl- 
Uon will be held on Thursday. Au- 
gust 30 



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* m M l ‘i 1 S MS’ VANCOUVER. Aug. 14 CFJ. — | 

I n> M s II 7 14 M }«s Highest mutuel prices of the cur-' 

« II* M J 4 14 n SS Exhibition Park race meetj 

s 114 M 1 IT k » u xM^were paid today when long shots 

: !m It n s i IJ M ^ romped hone m five racM. ' 

• e* * • • • 5 JJm*' *-*f»«*l return came in the sixth 

4 !m n 1 a 4 a II Ms'ahen Admiral Fleet trimmed 

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4 IM n 4 S 4 II M mi: pay IM 90 . 913 00 and 99 B». 

4 i »4 Is 4 is r 4 71 M 4 Cuban Jockey Avallno Oomex 

s 111 IS 1 4 » i» 74 as 3 iboo{ed Pepper Lou to a thrsa* 

EC ORD 8 ilcngth victory in the third to re- 

V su‘ Jt IM s" ?f ^ “k 923 05 . 97 70 and 9499 Ascot 

I ns ss sa IT 31 )s a i , Bella, who ran four letrgthx behind 

4 714 in ls 4 T 4 ss iss s i|Plucky Jake In the fifth, paid 

I SS 4 ITS 143 si 31 IIS s I 931 .&S. to pUce. Just 918 60 more 

I r IS m IM S m i i th« the winner. 

I SST *13 ‘s? 4 T IS ii t 4 Kfony (JoppemoU and Appren- 

s S 47 I 4 S IM Ti M 7 s I 9 ticc Jockey Marvin Monertef shared 

5 m !m aT iM ti M II »|rldlng honors on the slow track 

I ss« 4 S 44 37 M M 1 s each getUng two wins. 

• Ml IS 7 ISS 1 ST S 7 ISl I IS I 

T MS lar 144 M SJ 7 S a S{ VANCOUVER. Aug 14 <F» -El- 
ls MJ ale 3 M IS n iu s i hlbltUm Park race raulU: 

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J psloivf, Victons 
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Ho* 4 l. T**o«*o 

Thomsi Spi'ksns 
Mutlons VanmuYsr 
lUtnl. Brvfr.orton 



Ssmc«(t, Brsmvrloa 



and the pair played out the first 
til I day of the five-day match with 
Morris' total at 77 not out. 



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Consol, Brrotmon 
•Isnksnsblo VIeterls 
ForUof Ts'oMS 
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iFIRST EACE-><'clUe FUsh, Rarai 
I Farsde. C'srastM. 

SECOND RACE— Sartwartb. Rock 
I Steady, RalopUr. 

THIRD RACE— Reberte latry. 
I Sugar, Maelhyl. 

FOCRTR RACE— Lameoche. laaa- 
i khUa, Nurtbfleid. 

FIFTH RACE — Ladner glm. Assay- 
or. Jenny's Lass. 

.SIXTH RACE— Beseta Drive, Wertb 
I Stlrrr, Roygf Demine. 

SEVENTH RACE— Wlnhedtd. Gens 



for ir>« Whole homily 



Come in tn Nslioiiol M<‘l<'>rs 
and ifc »khv thv New 1949 
Monareh hao cauyrd so mtirh 
enlhusiailic inlerr%l. why it is 
making new recorrl^ ard new 
fnrndi righi ttrnsi Canada 
There's new lutury, new com- 
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in every deuil. m eterv ip- 
ipointment. Now. more ll»an ever 
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n a Nfonarrh. You'll agree that 
[the new Monarch » new Hirough 
land through 



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SSSS R*« Pn 'Hrwbsk> 

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DOUGLAS at BROUGHTON 



in thd ,modt axciung cricket 
match of the scBson, Ths Heat edged 
out a comblnod eleven from Five Ct^ 
snd Alblons. 95 - 54 . at Beacon Hill 
jMigrday to mark Um official opsn- 
Ing of ths nsw cricket pitch. The 
larfSBl crowd In years wtinsss«d the 
match and saw ths most exciting 
finish any gams has produced in a 
long lima. The winning run was a 
leg bya and ths tsnth wicket f«U 
on the next ball. 

Batting flrut. Pive C's-Alblens 
found the bowling difficult. Oaorgp 
Payns and Shanks were ttM only 
two to reach double figures, each 
scoring 13 runs. 

The Rest bad an squally hard 
time and had It not been for a wtll- 



it now ot 

819 YATES 



CARPET BOWLING MEETING 
A meeting of the 8 t. Albans Car- 
pet Bowling Club will be held tn 
the chib hall %t Ryan and Bel- 
mont Streets on Thursday at 9 p m. 
All members are asked to attend. 



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MrOvsony. Mi Ml 

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YOU CANT CUT YOURSELF 

Solid gusrd-hsr keeps rasor s( 
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Bwre comfortsble shavt — no nicks. 



Kabe Zaharias 
Sure to Win 
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Bk'ras 



DOUBii-THICKNESS BLADU 
Heseiar scad — cats ckroagb hsin 
qmKkar, aasisr, mors unoochly. 
BUdes bathed la oil— cao'c ruse 
Mors shavas with oas blsda. 



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yssr-nldi fealsd Is Canada fir* end on*, 
halt turlnng* 

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aSM >7*mssr 'Atbyr' 117 

SSM On**i4<a lOosisi* 117 

•m Suasr <Birhsr«*M> 117 



JUST HOLD UNDER TAR 

shskt sod p«t sway! Vorid's sasL 
ast rmior so daan — no wipiag — bo 
ewt sowak. 



OsUbsKB; BatP* Is plasHc BpraOlAS 



slnsred her down long boll In the PARIS. Aug 14 oPi -Alex Jsny 
afternoon round, but sha flnUhed of France, Ofymple osmes swim- 
srlth s 79 for a 94 -hoie total of 333 . mlng "nop,’ irdeemad himself be- 
Thst fBva her on eight-ssroks fore the home folks tonight, 
bulge over her neareai rlvsl. Ns- hs humbled Amrrics's Olympic 
tional Intarcollegtste Champion champions by srtnnlng the 100 -metre 
Orsca LeocRyk of Newington. Conn free style and sTram anchor on s 
Mist Lanciyk turned in a 93 vsrioiious French tOO-metrs relay 
on her last nine, s score of veteran u«m as a feature of the flmt half 
observerx said was the best ever. of a two*dsy United BUtex-France 
mads by a^arnman In toumamant ' tank meet HU time In the 100 
play. 1 metres irss 96 seconds flat. 



Over 4,000 daatuts «s 



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hewvon I r> to ( wont you with 
mr. Or I wwnt to to with you 
Whlehever. Here'* Mr. Lord He i 
rxhouiteS too. It * bren • Soy " 
"Ml** Kenyon- ^ Lord wu *ll(htly 
much had happened in 
too abort Ume. **Tho( will all 
for today. I'vo arranc«d for eatra 
help from the candy Utchen " 

' Not quite all." Beaaie aald “Look 
who'* here Omt tell me ha'i 
chaauif cbooolates loo." 



It. It'* been fun. but you bcvin to' 
look kind of droopy. Aa for m*. I'm' 
the laai r*ap- When do we (ei a! 
furloufh from thU chocolate army?*'] 
wound her arm* around 
Beaale'a ahouldera. "Where hare you 
been all thl* time I needed to know 



^ ^ j Kay 

By JAf^ PIXON 

CHAPTKR XVll— ConUnucS I ale one royaelf Mat la be eure helyou?" 

They can handle the botea aiid|ta*ied a* good aa ha look* Mr U»rd.| -i ve been down by Ihe lumber 
k." Kay aald. “B«*aia and 1 wllijC*'^^'*!. behind you . a fre»h.y»rd." Bea*ie aald. 
e care of Ute nutomera Lnok'*uPP*y Bea*U. 0-e Iwo-pouni -i>« been near the park." Kay 

the yuuntaien Ir. front of ourl^'*« are to the right under tha!«id -Neither of u» liked where we 
idow. Mr Ltrd. fcucce»! ‘ [are- 1 mean were. Bo wcTe ou our 

cnJate acldlen are on the march ' At nlna o clock Bemie Mid to Kay.. *,y. ^.U)* place* toaether 

„ II — .•'Llaten. Larender. when I m an old “How did I ever get the notion 

'lady of nlncty*one and on my death! that you were one of thoae tin* 



m r t up and acteam 'chocolate ^ 



KIP KIKBY 



squat mao. the candy saJeamau who 
had been so impressed with Kay's, 
presentation of "A Kias for Olnder*' 
ella " 

"8o you've done it again," he said 
to Kay. "Mr Lord. I've been aland* 
Ing outside watching what goes in 
! your shop. Never saw anything like 
lit. The way the kids go for thoae 
chooolat* auldlers 



Hy Al<‘.\ Kayiiioud 



late drcipa since nine o'clock Ihlsl 
ovoming That's twelve hours The 
Wage and Hours Dlvulon In Waah* 
Ington wouldn't like It If they heard 



and Uiat because they’re bom that 
way. they can keep any candldav*. 
who wasn't born U> the purpU- out of, 
heaven?" 

Kay said, wilting a bit on the' 



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MQ ••* av M TW pbjo rrir ' SkieiM 

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4>ar«>iv» upar*. fiv* Aaby * Om 
•M*)« •(«>•(» Mr« M>» Miuxl>. ul i xw iw. 
As4i tb*v w>Mk •mr tisw 
‘ I IS iSc wetker erf him ehUilran. ihr*» of 
pnm bahMa. arul Baby* 0*« laUaU 
ksv* baaa ay n«ly BMbaaa la ruains ihcn <a 
()w baaltby chUdfrn day wiar ar* A* •r«* 
w ay (Mlrfm Waaa a HnW lrv«rl«h I sY 
am sav* ttaa Dab< ■ Ova Tabia'a atwl la a 
vary Aor( dm l>i* irya* iliapetaiid aarf ilw 
Wuldrrfl arttv aoraal as*i* “ 

Equally allaUva lot cvaaiiMilM. apar- 
W'^rb. (raiblnt UaaUc* aa* KlM atau 
alavaiaof babiaa. 

Ouirkly «ll»t'iivv. Swrvi-iaMinf — vaailjr 
auahrd ttt a wrvilrT. il dr«i«4 No ’ alavp* ' 

E «a • ou rfallina yflyrt 0«i a aarkafy U>4ay. 

tka#a aftaa ankn ta tb* ajibt jS ctata. 
kloaty hack If pe« an Mt auaitat 



IS for D I g g o n ' s 
where you con find 
anything in Books 
from Poems to Po- 
tato growing. Vic- 
torio's most inter- 
esting store 



the grown folka 
Umj. I’ll bet you sold more drops to- 
day than you've gotten lid of In the 
last six months If K had been a 
new product, new and nifty . but 
to g>ut on a show like this one. with 
one of the oldest products on the 
market . . ’That, Mr Lord, comas 
under the bead of miracles in our 
bustncH" 

Mr Lnrd nodded 



(Bsrgiifl) Brothers 



tsmok/ 

ftkTVS.' 

CCM£ eso: 



{One nite last week went off to s 
movie two ststers. a cousin and 
an uncle of three. The inside was 
I packed and the aisle was dark, but 
they did get in and managed to 
park, though wall down in front 
and>^n an angle, they tettled back 
to watch the eternal triangle. They 
took up f^r Mata this party 
fnends. and had to stand at peopl* 
pasted from both end*. But they 
Jail arayed happy and didn't mind 
I the ''aTand up," as people passed 



It only goee to 
show that smart merchandlaliig la 90 
per ‘Cent of good business. It goes 
to show that in buameas you must 
have Imagination as well as * strong 
back and sound arlUimatlc. ’ 

"Where did you pick up Uus idea 
about the chocolate aoldiersT" he 
'Don't tell me it was an 



BLOM)IK 



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Ollllg 



^ MOLD THC L 

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N FOR VOU 



THCV MUST 

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VOU LEFT r' 
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-i BLONDIE.I < 
CAHT FISslO MV 
-T PIPE AND ' 
SUPPERS j' 



Tht bargain ihai't got 'em 
marching doom here u fhii 
studio lounge al 55.00 in bine 
and green tapeitry. brand nu. 



THAT WAS 
A SASOOTH 
SWITCH T 



asked Kay 
accident. Uke the dm une 
Kay laughed. "But It was. Mr. 
Lord told me about expecting a 
Blilpment o< chocolate dropa for a 
speclar and I remembered how my 
father brought them home when I 
wae a tot and made them play 
•oldier tor me You aee? The Idee 
limply exploded In our fecea." 

"H-u-m. M'jdeet as you are urlgl- 
nal. Ideas don't explode without 
of vhai It takes to blew themi 
up. Mtts Kenyon. I have a propoaf'-l 
tion to put to you. How would you 
Uke to come to New York and think 
up Ideas for National Candy Com- 
pany?" 

CHAPTKR XVIII 
Tiirnlng lo at the grass-grown 
walk. Kay was more than ever aware 
of (he disintegration which, swtfUy 
now. was uking lu toll of the once 
proud Kenyon's home 
Had opportunity sharpened her 
ability to evaluate facU which she 
had chosen to minimise or to ignore 
enUrely? The place was only a 
whit, an Impreceptlble whli more 
I tumbledown, more out at the elbows 
than It had been yecterday, last 
week, even last month. Strange she 
had never seen clearly before howl 
forlorn It looked, hdb hopeless. Yes \ 
that was the word, hopeless She 
would have to take action, and at 
once. No more dallying. 

A Job In New York. A real Job 
Real money. Mr Lord had advued 
her to take It. Ha would not stand 
in her way, he said. He appreciated 
her loyalty . . . she had explained to 
jPred Jonee that she couldn't leave 
the man who offered her a cbarvce| 
I when the needed It so desperately, j 
'Beside, the Sweet Shop bought Ne-| 
tlonel candles. It would have accem | 
to any Idea she developed I 

<Tb Be Continued) 



All went well and th* show played 
on to the mlddl^~lt even had Jack 
Benny and hie fiddl*— till suddenly 
I lady started to move in with no 
pease— eicpping on toes e little 
trouble to cause. Now this wasn't 
iust th* ordmery psssegs — she left 
behind her bruises that needed mes- 
sage. As she passed th* first friend 
th* dropped in her lap, with an 
estra hard bump and resounding 
■lap. Passing the next one the 
knocked off her hat, and managed 
to step on it as if a foot mat. 'The 
next sitter got a high heel in th* 
thin, this lady MOST definitely 
wanted IN. 



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gave her a blast— "Move over be- 
cus 1 want that seat— hurry up. 
move fast— turn on th* heat.** This 
was about sU the four could take 
— «n* got so mad she began to 
shake. Of " ' 

people sha’s 



JOHNNY HAZARD 



..gurvaUBETTlR 
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Gollons 



MAZACR I gor A uLaecM wxm 

PUUJNC A FAkTgTAU. ON PfftXXJONG 
'mAT PLANE MXl fWNCaXBP M.TOO 
RAW TO 00 AMVTVflfUC AgoJT (T 



seen, this was the 
worst, tnd she necrly turned green 
So the four eiood up in a b^y to 
throw— ahis interloper back to the 
end of th* row— when suddenly 
they all burst iiyo laughter, nearly 
ehoek th* theatre up to th* rafter 
^01 this scourgt snd thresi to 
their past* of mind— wse another 
sister who'd got left bshind. 



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CP>.— A 90-mlJe clectrlAed fence, 
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Addo National Park and protect 
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wlU soon be completed ’Hie huge 
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3 t4 MuaU Cnmar 

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t tl iMnaic tor ^unday 
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1 1 II Clarci OttvMa 

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Bm wvda 
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I • II Uuair Ranaaiiarat 
I t U ftvnriiv ttvenna 
I 41 Pavartta Hvmna 
Id dO i N*«a 
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I'dM WalUtima 
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Bympbany Ortdi 
Bymvbaay OrcR. 

Sympboni cn t b 
Bympbany Orvb 
Bympbtnv Orrb 
Maha Mina Muala 

Uaba Mint MuBic 

Nava 
Orebaatra 

Snndav at tba Chaaa 

Undar ai tba Ct»aa ■ By(ppbaftaua_ _ 
Pamiiy Bm* iCavbIrmda at Moola 

Family Bopr | Navi 

PaUM Rafroabaa I Tana Paauaiu 

PaiMRatraobM 1 Tana Party alta 

OanaAatrr I Talk HoUyvand 

Jana 4aUv I Talk HolUvaad 

Dr fltaodiaB | Bommar Thaair* 

Dr ntandiab ' Bummar Tbaatra 



IRa Waru 



Around 
Bcianoa 

DhUaralU Uuoat 
Paradt I Cbanpnd Watl^ 

Paiada Bam PatUuKU 

Ona Man'a PamUy ( Ttaaaury Bh 
Dna Marta PamUr_> Traoaur; Bba 
TRa M«i* Kidt 
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Paliy Lad ^ 

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HairavoOtan tab 
MaUMpabtan ion 
[UairopniuaA lab 
I MvirapoliiAa tab 
I Nava 



Uamortol 

Mrmartal 

Ucmanai 



Baryira 
&a< y.ca 
borvtoa 



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Tblnkihc Alhrovd 
Btrv'a Ml RiNnanaa 
Optra Album. 
O^ra Alburn^ 



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Hauaa at Msourr .lAiacl iaaveuuan 



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What Makca 0 Tick 
iTboaa Wvbatart 
I Thoaa Wfbaiara 
Rick Cartar 



tjrila SymphvniM ' Bartpa 



Cahtn R>U- 
CahiB 8-U 
Dr Dana 
Ot Oano 
Winnar Take Ajf 
Wmnar Taka All 
Btrtkc tl hMB 

BiTika ii RMb 

It Para 
Itnaranl 
B^apa 



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Bmiab Autban 
I Orvai Rallada 
Maalt 
' Iduaii' 
dummaytima 
tiimmamma 
Vaipar Knur 

VMpar Hour 

I ^ R r R*va 
M..»ia .7VHW 
I Prvluda to Midnttbi 



Uaa rnllad X 
Uaa Cailad X 
Blood la 
BiPodla 



Bnbari Bhav 
Rnhart Bba* 

R PO' ATnvriro 

R P D Amariva 

U(fry.Oa>RaarMt 
' Uvrry-^le'Raand 
Album at Moale 
Album at MiM'r 
Taka ll ar Lvava U 
Taka ll or Laava li 
lloraea Raldt 
Borara Hatdt 

I liar Thvatta 
liar Thaatrv 
Symphimv Hnw 



Opara AUom 
Opaia Album 
Cotinur Bpy 
Coruuf RpT 

i pranm Uwiu 
Punch Uiuit 
Bepo far Paata 

^Muoir for Bvaryona > Nick Cartar 

I PersonoJ AatofTapb > Mya^r P-aybouaa 
PorannaJ AoiAfrapb . Miatary Ptaih“Uaa 
brbunv Pietrnai j Toor Lueiy Paiinar 

_J«hnny PIvirAar 1 Lacky Partner 

I Blab tba Uuaic | tlaiok Quit 
Slop tba Uuue IB>mc Quit 
Stop the Uutie iJiOimit Ptdlot 

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Uraal AaauclaUaa 
NlOia ixiaututa 
I OtbU Inautuia 
I Cburcb ot iha Air 
CRurch at Iha Alt 
BUaor BUinci 
B;lvaT 
Pauraouara 
I Family Naviia 
I Pauaa That 
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Mtiita CrMlo 

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Hu*i« ot ManbAltao | AairauoA Aimy 
Mormon Chau 
Mnrmun Cbatr 



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Waltai Wlncball 
tanallo Faraona 
Buprrttlllon 
BupartiMian 
Comady Wmvra 
Camady Wnirrt 
/isimy Ptdiat 

Neva 

Dtw Paaraan 
Hvadllnat 
Dravii Hamat 



Bam Bparla 
flam Bpadc 
Hdilyvaad flbaaroaa 
Itniirvood Bhaaraaa 
I Na»a 

I Prvvvav Tnmarrov 
MairopoUton Cbatr 



|a;mpbu.iy Hmoi Oraar- Hartiat 



UvAUBTBR- PILLAR Ml and Ur« Wl< 
bam Rnbinann Pillar. MM Bummii 
Avanua animunca iba marrlaia uf tbvir 
daudhiar Jnyra Cnnaianrv *n jmr bar 
tbinara MrAhaiar, at VKIoria Tha «v<t 
d)ri| took piara ai Iha bom* at ma 
ivtda a patanu on Auduii 14. •• 3 *m 
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Prvluda M idideUhl ■ Cnnocrt RaL 



Wha> « My Kama 
Wr>ai t Mt Nama 
Naa* 

Orrhaatra 
Claacic Hour 



Prr'uda la Uldmgto’ 
Pralud* la U.,l< wti 
Proluda and Nava 



Crtncm Hall 
Cancan Hall 
Canevrt Hail 



flvmpbitnv Boar 
BTfiiRbuny Hour 
talk RaUivand 
Talk Batlyvaad_ 

Neva 

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Tba CatboliB H*iur | Claat:* Ruur 
Th* Caiiwiic_ltnui 

Nrvt 

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Orrhaatra 
Orrhttira 



Claaaic Hour 
R ta braaaUad 
!o Draamland 



B to Draamland 
Orebaatra 



I Rwrat Mia.utn 
I Bat-rvi Miat>i*n 
tt-> a U*tn« 

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Mutir 

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30 Q'lViliunt 
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tiard* 

fl'erd 'n' 
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I Revival H<.J> 

I tlcvlvoi III If 
! Rc.'val Mujr 

’ Ra.ivol M.-iit 
Wor'd Tfijnvftaa 
World ^murrav 
Orchcalra . 

Nroa 



I Nt«a 

la* Bntauona 
pi'iidAl Scranaaa 
bunda) 8«rttia-ic 
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PThi4 Weak I 
I Thi* Weak * M olr 
jThii Week- a--*':. 
Voica* I'f dinnt* 
Voiaaa of fltrtnca 
Chrtai Church 

ChMit Chutab 

Chrlat rburab 
Cbnat 'Tiurrb 
chrui cniiicb 
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OvitoQ baiaa B1M4 

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^ ptrmonaaUy ivmavad tmn tha human 
aaoy nitb BACAPBLO OtWTUBHT Tba 
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Yimr LuUt Parmer ttiX>riHU. BBtCR SIDINO OfTTBRA 
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*(4«, >«ar* vtpvtianre Unntaiimif aiianuan 

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TBOUBON PL’NBRAL HOMB 
iForinaiiy at Winc.ipaai 

Cnmplata iStrt.ia* a< Modcraia Coota 
ind* Atiandani 
iBaiarJun*d IIIH 

i«3d Quadra d<raat a' Baimaral Road 
Phnna O Mil 



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Puoaial Diractaro 

‘Tba Uamnriai Cbopoi at Cbimm ' 

Raaaonabla Charaaa 
Ladr Alunilaai 

QUADRA AT NuRTIi PARK BTRSTT 
Phono B fail 



PBRNILL-BrUROBON Ur and Uri R 
M Biurgaon, IC34 Cadar HiU Ctaaariad 
announca tb* marn*d* dl tbair 4au(r. 
lOr. ttu Tay WinniTml. ta Ur Ra)^ 

Movart PannaU, ynunflar aan at Mr and 
Ur* e Pvnnati. Avon Rjvar. WanuMbo 
nhlcA took ploa* .fuially 01 Hoauna* 

Uaiiad Cbarab Vaneourar, on Juir fu 
IBM. at 3 pm, Rat B Wliaoa oCti- 
aiatii^ 

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TBARDALB- KIRK - ■ Mr and Mr* C H 
Kirk ladaiota Attnua. onnauocv tba 
marriafv at ibalr daufhiar Mot Uukalia 
l« Roy Charloa Bilan Tanarta;* a‘>ii at 
Ur and Mr* C T Taaviiala, Hamcohua 
Read an Baiurdat •vanino Auaut' 14 
id4A at Bt Mart a Cburrh. ArrhdoaMn 
A- I «* L Munoa arfriciating 

WMlTBnouSt-SPARK -At CTirtat Cburcb 
Caibadrnl at d p m . AubuC M. If4d, Rav 
Canon Hlchaal Oalvraan otn*ia<ad a( tha 
marrtai* at Ltw.v. daufhiar Ot Mr John 
BRork at Tlaioria u» C T D Pate 
Wbttanauaa youniaai ton at Dr and 
Mra E C Whiubniu* mt Branivaod, 

•titlah Columnta 

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WlUJAMfl-JOKBS-Tha marmafo irf eyd I \ ^ Aiiiaiicaily DaolBnad 

nof Blunad Of.lt douahiar of Mr Robari ^ dio* •'U fiovm Btova a Vieuaru 
K Jonaa Ponoka. Alia m John Harbari ;H oiaafi* a til Viav nt O dd l3 O J4I1 

William* IMI Quadra Bir*ai ic^k plan PU)RAt OBBIOKS ot lovar »iioaa 

al F<ra< Uniiod Chutah at B p m ; 



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VALBBMAN AND BALBaLADtBB PIC- miaatob 
laru aod UvUiand Vtm nonaabnid' 

appiianca aa*dad in awry beuna Lory* lUNIOR ■! BNCaJRAPMBR FOR REAL 
vamin** Wr ta ar obona tor dotolu ** o*lau aod inauranca oIBca tn Ylaiavla 
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• — — — — - . 'Ootarhiaobt Biraac B tUd 

ALBBMAN -tXrBLLKHT OPPORnnO- ' — • - - - 

Commiaalon Cai> ddi Pori Btraat ' Il’HlOB RTINOORAPHl* BUBmiW* 

. eoli«d» irain*d ar^ma ottiea asyvri. 

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\ 8UHB BBT FOR THAI RBDUIHU OR 
part;. Nvrutvatd HaU. Kini* Road 
Abanjuici; doai caiarmi t* tvpo C*U 
B JTfd for latma 



CLAYTOH-Ott Au«uat 13. tdtd. at th* 

H’4Tal Juatloa Tbmtia* Clayton 

In hi* 30tb year, at KjT Bdgaaara Rnad. 
a rteideni mt ihia au; tor tba part four 
y*at* Th* lam Mr ci*;ion •** bMi-jari 
m Baptiaoi L*nu Bnd>ai»d H* i*o*t* 

M maura bia u>a* bv lovtog *idt.v. 

Annia Oarlrud* «n* ann John ol Slid 
Rlfbaiond Btiaat. vuiona. ■ C . «o* 

daughter Mrt aUco wiaioma in Mol- 
latM. Uiraa grandebiMran. alM awet* 

InriudUif Mlaa N R Ooorgv at IBll 
BriBbioa Avaau*. Victoria BC. Tba i*u 
Ur CUi-ton loaotorlr rarniad In Bloo;i*' 

Mf.oniAU. Man vbar* b* oaa 
kaapar at tba Pomlnhm PvmtanUorrl i> 

tm M f**r* K* »** a naat ma*'*r at I* . 

■tony Umioialn Lodg* Mo IJ«, ti R M piiok and DoUm R*ad 
Flinarai aamca* will *0 bald dn Manday I tm door 
*1 J p PI from UtCnU Bro* ' Florai' 

Fbaaraf Cbapal Bat Canon A B Oraaa 
haldh *Ut ottkiaM atiar vhirh Intarmant 
Ptii M In Royal Oak RuriaJ Parb. 
kWianipad papari plaaM cop;> 



AM OLD-TlMB DAMCB 
BARBBL OP PVM BATUROAYB- 
hmmtr Crratai Qardan, Homaauad- 
oithtflra. B-U. Bdr Coan pnam in Jnhnarm Mr**( 
All vtleoma 



practleoi ttaiDlcf aa tello** 

1 Uarbanical aaaomnty matoianaaen. 

1 Ba* filing making and rrpalifitd 
1 PaillAi and buraibd lb tbo vooda. 

TbH Training Qxaiiriaa Vo* tor Bmpioy- 
mam u Ont nt tba Boat Paid tndaautao 
— Oltarad B«<iuai«ai; b; - 
• e U300IN4 POWER BAW BCSOOL 
"Day and Ntgbi Claaaa*' 

IMB Mala Bi . Yanrooarr PA 1431 

Vircntia Scbadl 

d arda* fill 



pnvad For fall informaumt apply Bupai. 
runr Outpeat Boapilal* 13M W Pvtwiar 
BItaat Vaemuttr hlA 3331 

K ’ "OO* A.ND^BOARO~TO ^OMAN Ot 

fttnang* tor llgbi datioa Ha ah)oa- 
O SMI 



\ PIRRT CLAM JOB OtiARA.VTBBD OW 
all trpo« al intaDar OarorBiing Bigr 
a. Pr 



O*»rfo Conrad Phnne B IdTB 

A^ 

\ OAKT>EN ROTARY PLDIHlNBT) TMB 
day i^nu phone Prank o)«y* O iRt' 



COMPtXn TREB BEMVieS 
Cnvia * Htrk* R 1114 



Ourin* III* court* nt liiar Mia p-*'h|n •>* 
pf v^fir* and ahMgum i«*. •n*i »ioia*d 
ollh AIM and ra*t **>.* ^ .. ti ■ vi.d 
fk'.liy •’ 'hv t*M iim* ’na 

i>u'» of Miv T»ar *hno up '■■■■• ‘ ‘h'l 
happen I* )o<* lai tl* <-n**a rnpR *** 

DAVE MECREDY 

OCmBMITN 

3*30 PIPTH r B ivai 



marble oralnlng. lal*>l motara lAoaa. Prw IJETTER GARDENB WREN RUTARY WHERE PERBONAt ATTENTION rtil'NTB 
Tr> 4 vallmal** on ail wrt. O 4P«I ttllad -Tlhrla' Cbrutiaon O 4)«1 

“ ~ HORTI 



4 TTBNT10N. HOMY OWWYNB- 

eoota nt palPt tvmMfad tram *«i<-nitr: * 

In on* aopUaatlon ol ««r pattil tvm> tvr 
To woiarproot your aat*Ri*cw timot* aid 
patoi first tba arnaotbiraj way Pbona 
B IdlJ 

OEt'ORATORB PWSX 
moll* Painting Drnab at apra* 
*«nr*iibc papal ponging QuUk aarvu* 



OETTBR-CLAaB OiTBRlOn 
torior poipiing and *•** 
arc Fim-tia** dtantaung at 
prirv Waatoro t>*ri‘>ot*r* E BM1 



■n 4ND EX 1,iXPBRirKCXO GAROBNER BI 
apaibonguid ' it'b* a tpvrially BUBI 
o t»a**nobr* r~. .T--.,. I 



^'tAROBNB PiOOaRBO BY -*RUT(>. 



’^’cCOON'tINO AMD MHlBBEkPiMn 



tlop t^ marriad etnipla 

^TBNbofUtPRCR-eBCRETART 
^ ottlra .-Oood abartbnnd. 1 



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and bngtnaw du>dan*a tor all bum* 
naoaae AudlUeg. inaamv Uu poyrnlG 
hooka aat op kvp'. pan tima ar montbl; 
Raaaenahl*. B TWY 

A 'u. RapOHmBiLrrr takxh,~top- 

piiw. romovtng dandorau* traao Cut 
•By loBgGi CYwtn aa* Btamps tamovod 
Beaaonabi* ebaro** B IBM 

BFORTtHn nartom I TcRBAOt. “garden B 0«“'L0Te 
■PORTtNG GOOOB.j^ plPtttbad bark -SUtaf and vacavaUag 



FOR LAW 
and com* 

B 'tant Apply Craaa* Davay Lavaon 

ayla. Oordem B Bakar 001 Control Bldg 

1ALBB n^B 



I AWH BUtLDtNO A.ND REPtHIBHlNO. 
Lt aprovlnk. kadara GlmmoR. pruolnt 

S naral ruaaa* Tharough Job ottaranioad 
li OBOdd attar k pm. or vnta J H 
4 B rmrr — PAIN riNH udvoitaiiiro 1 pi*vm, IITB Port Bt 
J»* paparbongtftg t BTW I z s=-z 



Baa Ibo Rv* ORtTB TAtLCR TAVERN 

Abiomaiif^lly Marta B4'<h Bid** nt Pahrio 

^ SEWING MACHINE 

COMPANY 



for (ayai’tm VanaUan allndi O ldl4 



paparbangtftg 

^‘^RMBTRONO - BBIIB 



PAOr-rVR It 



Ooeoraior 



V KEUAfiLB DICORATINO bERVICB 
rvaonabla traa tiumawa G 1494 



B1TVAT10N8 WANTED 
FEMALE 



YSd VATBB Brnswr 



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HAlRDREbAEEB AND 
ACALTV MFLCIALISTS 



BBTTBR OLD-TlMB DANlK BVCRY 
Wadnsadar vMb Biavart'a Otabadua 



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iColonUi 



g.noral P. P^ 3MI Vktm ■ TItk P T 

natl*BAUiy to Bai BBB3 ' _ _ . _ __ - . . * . • ipg iprarittd 



RBUABIR OIBMWARHBR OR fm.P 

in mk'f Ook Mdd C»lam*i 



U 'ANTBD-A 
Monday 



HELP W ANTED 

- I momindk 

j^CTTVi COUPLB WtTMGirT CHILORBN 1 9*.* ®** McTnlrtpal 



.. paparhai'tlni 

A CRBAOB OAROBNB PUIOOHBU AND ! Pbnn* B idol 
^ dlatad AUo rotary ttllini a*d a* ' ' ' 

caaaUno viib Ford tnoiora irwkva B IJTI ( 'LEAN BFPiCtBMl WORBMANbHIP ON 



O 1494 ' 4 

LOHOMAN DECOR ATnR‘~F4|ynr“ _ 

aod paparhaialni |«HtLj)B CARB BBRVICBB- Biponabcad 
' ntni aiuar* B Urtg B to 3 »r afior B 



A ll rvFBa op rbauty culture > 

Cold «4v*a amchiaa aad meobinm 
tlJ via* 



■aa* pormodvcita 
baipo RIII 3 



Vacua baaxty 



lot up lalattd ratidanaa oaso to art ,» fotebJat 



gaidanat-bandyman pitman to do plain 



Broad aad Vi**i ! taekJng and Rouaekoaping for family at 

U*00. MONDAY AOGttBT IB B P M . “*1^.. Baaatala tour room unfur- 

itii*. *,**».»*, “‘•O'® '^•'•d* aUatrle 

aarrtaaa 4IMQt par 



yaar* Ho «aa a past ma*'*r of| »» Jamao Bay CommubMy Canur, waar | "t*'‘ *««' .!»»'• b'** 

ana rtalloa Vaad OtlUt Wbatl bOol '*1 *®lb 



lavnib Good tatvivura* aad lata.Vla* rv 
guirtd Ni 
UANCSl Ibio >• not 



n UOeciM EVANB OLD-nuB UANCS) U»o >• not ).•*< a *intar |cp da 
<tam Mandat I M Induiriaa E IBAJ ' £eie«irf 



guirtd No ptolD* pto|il* head op*|; o« VVANTBD-CAPABLR WOkLAN TO HELP 
ot ).•*< a *intar |c» Sand toil pOkr*i *' 



4 Wp 4. ftrftfwttat .. 

| j U T f lAp§ %tt^ O U>$ |( 

W'AHTRD. AUOOBT IB WORKING A Nmr. KANOYMAN VTrrjuMi DO 
’• bnuiakaaptr tor family of t«o No ^ oaythiag Bov* Ugbt daUvury 
fflcklag fllaap la Plaaaaai aunrUrt tad o Mil 

avroundlng* Ratarancaa raodirad. Parma. i - — — , — ■ - 

- - - A I JOB IN ALL UNXB OP WORK 

Evaningi and vaak.tada. Ttiaran* 



CCPkiag and Wt beuaaoark 4 CRBAOB. U3TB OARDENB PLOUOHEt) Pbona I didd ^ o*o Mm* Raf. »n.M Phen* 0 1301 pkRMANBRT WAVE EACH CURL 

■Ail Boo 4303 ,£\ diarod. oad kack-fllllBO «*r»yatlaa ( .-‘^yLUHOPORD t »PTg~ - "PAlNYOro Ji'*’’*'***"**'®’ NTBNOGRAPmr. OEH- , A 



CT NOW FOR OUR TWO-POR-ONB 

apaaia* In parmanent* tiM com «a*a 



aaat B«t IIBI CPtaaiot 



paMthonomt sod daaaraiirc 



af'irp taotiua 
onaiiiun Rr* Mil Colnai 



OEH- , j~i fiaamrd In a batb ot Ml Raimar a 
Da«iro tomperort . Baauif Balov 10 Viv* Bt B 4431 



Uta cart tbraa ablMran Gw la 
'omforioidt Oak tiav vatarftoni b»ma naar 
uaaapi'riattiHN Rataraiya* aaaar.tlal Pbona 
O TWd itiatninir *t ayemnoa 



COOLBT- Mar; d Cool#; paaaad away In 
Baa Pranciaao, baievad mtS* ml iha Ulo 
Bonr; C*9liD. and lOfUm maihor mt 
WUUam M Caalay rMidani al Viatorld, 
■ C. for M yaort ar*d BI yaata 
PuBvrai from Hayward a B C Punatal 
Chapol on Tuaaday AugMt It at 3 p m 
intaamani tp family piwt. R«*a Bay Cam*- 
lory. 



DUCK At tba Royal Jubiloa Hnapual a* 
Aufiiat 14. 1044 Mr Turn Tuan Puck, 
aga.. ~t year* iviio In China and had 

r * a raaldent mt Vtetnria far iba paat 
yoara lata raaldanra bclri| BM Rar- 
aid Biraal 

Punarai arraaaamsnit vtli bo an- 
wuaead lator by In* Randa Moalvary Lrd . 
Ponarnl Dtrwciar* 



■RTOH' P aaaad a«ay al Bta BI Joaaph'i 
Bnapltal an Aadual 14. John ‘nvomaa 
■ktan. odod M roan. B«m lb York- 
thlro. Bnviand and a roaUlonl of tht* 
adW lor Uia pan yt pvara. lala raol- 
daitao. SSL) Oonaaatar Driva flurvivad 

3 tbr«a brothan Gonfga oad Btoaai 
TlakoriB 

Caittornla. t«* atMora 
of Nanam*. and Mrt T Pator* «l 
VaiKouvar 

Arrangvmanta wtn b* annaunaod laia 
by tb* Banda Morkaary lAd . Punatal Di 
Turtftn. 



aM Jamaa M G* Abtaiaa. 

Mr* B Work 



M BTCHOeiN FAlUfERr IRBITTUTf ( *ARLY 8EPT . NEAR VICTOftfA 

Pail Pair Uunday Bapumbar U. 1**4 ~ Mutt ba data ani) oobat Bull mau 

41 Luiian HaU and Pair Oround* Com- 1 m fantrarl aerummudn- _ 

ptil.ur* naia Uam Su an piagram U I Pf""drd. parmanam Pl*aia giw alll ’’ '“i T"“ *•!* J_«»'ldf«' 

-mi-.ad and alieulil raad J Doblia* Uam ' inriudlrif pbon*. flru faply, Bt»« ' * 

MlnatlBU ahrmld ruad "kniitad inataud,*'*. CBlanlot 

of Crotahftad" . . ]Pnnaa number 



I t'ANTBn—MItJDLB AOBD WOMAN AB- 

II *1*1 viib rar* ] ahlldran Praa add 



A 

a da)4 



'■ IM l.'f'H RtOH-ORAOE WORK PT BKIUKD , , ,r»p„ a ”An*v»“TA«a t .»a*« 

• r tradMinaa ph-na BdiM ba.wwa dand 

|1 pm AU *«fk •■aiafi awd ln>ari«rr nr ; * h»u^*vrk and rmjWnt fla* bnurt a 

BORR laitann? paifiMag lai*(*«*n ,?•» ommt p>w* oar 



Qm 



L.*?- ' * Rag r.a intvrla* 

4 CDMPLXTB BXRVICX - CLXANINO vl'PC flailatarMim guaraMaad 
« 1 ft&d fVBe<ftnd e&vMit»ki«Hs and auu SU9 Bi^dbiNihM lit! 



lOf 

E oooDwta poRMnav or 

Rag r>a intvrbw ooo ryatiar daan 



tar* Phor* O YSM 



I ,iOR COMR.IRT KAVB TOUR PERU* 
*n*ftl •*** gen* In Tu«t hnnir R IdkI. 

bu^wooo” nya'utt balon tii 

Prrl Birrat .abova VaiahaU' t 943L 



and rapaittna tavaairaudh* and gut- 1 E«*at an Ea .abiiahad 

ivf* Phan* 8 4431 ovantnd* only _ If 2*0 KINO. PAPtliHANVlfNO 110 CP 
TTCNTlbtf. ROUSrwrVBS ' BACK- painting, traa atUmaio* Od4ii 

yard*, baaamanta ciaanad rubbUb 
wogmi Writ* ramerad: raasnnabia Pbnn* Colgullt 345 R 
addtaaa and 



A 



AflODLE AOEf« LADY WtTH TOCWO 
OtiM ^1 •■'Uld uaa Raua*t**p'ng pnaiiinn 
(fur hariialnr or aduiU O tTT| n> Bat BPI3 

CqImiim 



-|Pr*v ra«fT Handaroon 



N CR flRkdANPRlB 
laartaui m u*.' 

CampbaU Ruiidliif 



ipartali 

RiXrtti 



P1RB HAIR 
naaut* Ol 
n aa*3 



I '^1 orHENfl 



tk'AHTlD BTyiONO MIDDLE-AOBD 
* 1 woman aa bouaakaanar tor odutt 



A 

orm 



T OHCB-WB DO BVCRYTHtHO YET- 



M 



Xf-dORRANB BBABiDB 0ANCU4O P*. |'^ W ANTED-FEHALE BELT 

fmturdk^***night**^.Vs "'Jytan**^*** ^TTIRTIOH NTTRBBB A NUMBER Of f™*** I", I^'«h 

rbcftra Tomkwta prioo* riwnrw In ibt •*a<or»aiai vaitt tor ragttiarad nurta* pri.iT.* paimoni MR 

(riondiy a'aioapbar* ot UcMorrun o idu^n inrraata of aarvir* Bap«r*>a nut*aa tt-ANTBD AT ONCC PXPntvtir-vn 

‘ra.,danr. wua .in,,. ,o«m. U.al, cnn. , \\ DANOEROU8 TREIB 

o.ump* ramnvod. Baolod away 



y)Ul.TlMXDAbCt.BATDRDAY. PRABERimunUt Oroaa vjart HM and Tuw*n. ^ ’ 1 JliL a„l 
' ' Btraat Mali Biawart * Orthmtra 1 R N A B C agra.mat.» in terra Tranapor- JrCfi.fr?? a^r. 
rwit— prioa*. admlMlwa Bda i laliun refunded aftat (it momiu Apply I"' 



pLATPAlR WHIBT CLUB. WBHTHOLIdl 
1 Ratal 1017 Ouvarnmant Nttaat tlamaa 
awry atiarauan. 3 )g Whiat awry night 
a N need aoah pria** 

OKATIND AT~~ DOUOLAB ROLLER 0~AIL 
dan* during tho Bummar. avar; night 
aaaapi Tuaadav and Tburaday Baturday 
aftomevn matinaa 



rpo AtL CE WRBNB - AHirVAL BAN- 
1 not Ouvglaa Rolal, Au«u*t >0 7 p m 
Tlrk*U at Deidta* Hotel or Tb* Raadind 
lamn IfiH Oak Boy Avanu* 



firl fnr t'lrhan wart lit par «»ak A' 
and hnard r>»nd tipa Pw ** 

PbBwa Ounran )g) LS .**' ■ «“* 



Laoaffltii A ^ TTP» OP TREE wrjRK WOOD 
^ ** rutUng atutbpa tatanv* i O Undar- 

G P310 Haiiataronic guaroniaaft 

~ 4X^ 

Pkfwor 



YKTEIUOR AND Cr.ERIOR PADrTtRQ ana* 
1 and dcaoroilog. fIrtl'Vlaa* vert raa 
aatiabio prttaa For rilima.at A V Andor 
PhApa B Mid 

YNTBRIOR AND CXTBA|6 r"pA 1 NTU*o' 

• aprarlng rnnta aiocca ata Pm a gwoii 
B 43M 



DEPENDABLE ’ CAR! OP CTTLECNEWI 
by th. day «* baur. rafae iniadt.'ImT*'*- - 



iidran 

IM3I* ati« Id am 
OTHER RT14. BABy-arr'~OfM4 



BEAUTY PALrW riPPERB 
parmatvaui waatna I3df 

B mt 



T TBRXLL'B 
opaciaiKH 



up pllCf.i 

* K PAtNirRR ANtYblCORArnRB 
Phi-ii* 8 l«D 



lyoVmON WANTED AB CAbniBR OR I 
• i*iai'i»ra, avpcrtararl pan-tliea pr* IriyRnri 
tarred p*t 07)3 CnIaitKf I | 



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LTD PERMANENT WAVB 
PouMh Piior DofM flpaw- 
car Ud rNwMi* E()(l Waf traaimani tof 
auparfluMita hali 

'art BEVu^'“XtLOIl'~'- l*BRuX 

Dan*( a tpacialiy Taat awria .<ra«. 
1M0 Purt Btraat Edit* 



llwipital 



I>S TOUR OWN MOVER 

• • PviaouaDca nnanciai newaa t.*oow ' h--, rM”iT~ li • wUb *Pr 

BTWrxyRAPKBR BXINDUCNCED IN prmltwm Apply Rw ' ^g^r j*-*^* * awry wbjart 

9CJ9 Ci9NH)l#t m • • I am 0 an ^ ^ - •- 



**«*»®b. ^«ne» Oaotg# and OWirli' t irA.NTBD- BTENOORAPHBR Pngi OLD- 

*1 cytabflihcd flnanelal beuaa Oend' 



d FT S 13 FT 
driyat 13 pai 



Poi 47)3 CnlonKf 

O'l Yoi; Ml HAVUii. HiiURB r- t.nav nirH n i*»-n 1 

Bfu^rm.’ P!..t»ii.g ih*pi la pwr buil | OF' LUXE NEACTV BHOF 

X fi Jnn Trio nuaii vauanwaMntHct Apth’d f'lan four h.i«t th*' y* Brn'minar **..1 0»r64b| Hawiinaan 

3 S;;; « t-— • r~.» • m. 



REMOVER REMOVING FAINT; 



^TENOORAPHXH 
prriani-* ragui 



Ilia 0 79*7 b*tp#«*, k.g gtt 

BIX TXAiw^ EX 



tiro ouiii and rpaualty inaoranca 
Permanant pnallinn Apply Jahttat/m 
Co L4d. 1314 Ryimd Bttaai 

Oppcop 

piain I 

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A tVANTED — OtRL PGR HOUBBirORK 
I *1 and plain samking 



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IS 



WTANTED-MALC help 

A real bstatk balbbman capablb 

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4 BOCT BEPTEUBBR 1 4 COMPETE N T 1^^. 

A *„«an tar ganoroi heuaawnrt Plain I ^ 

n 8»it \\*. 

talaaelerb twr 

4 PPRENTICB WANTED TO MXH 8 AHP| 

-V ladlat' ta.Iar.na Cat olrl n*Ina al I _ : 

AtPTTO — 



fp«HUT. aan with dflyar kJ p-i E**.7b tpr.y gun nn*. ro, - » ’ p*c.-nr. wg^.rag umpwr.r, w.rk 

bnd ma**rial lita *(t',pa , Bus *737 Colwnlat 

A *’B8 i ROUOBIRO AND OOWNPIPBB bridgoa. tank* VuiUUr.ot tufr'iur* air ! .Trr[rrT7[~~'_~ - • • • t - — — 

olabhad. rwpAirud and ranrwad Prua wiibeoi damaging iha Wia'ariat in any war , V\’OvU) ACCBWr PnamoM AB BUPBR 

— kun.lnflammahl* Ha*..*/.at»....itK.. W. 1 

aniTari 



mndom hnwaa naar EHM fTtav _ 

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L-* add >ob4 Bawi tiMd Bnlro* and' 



molii* iiMn.c'ini>u*itr>>* W* wiiii * ' rlPur aWmcDtayv cnrradoahdartaa 
rcfnuw paBii 01 wovnanii I arbond couraa* f>n anrwnaro Ouortan 
raauirad Boo M*T Cmamtai 



rising Tvo in tamllv Uaw ta Boo WANTED — BZPBRIBNCXD OROn mtaonra dbarpanad O 1344 

' talaaelerb twr alt; dawBatvau ^*7 - ttvcr 
. nant Appi; Mr Taylea ot Tarry'* Vw-, t* _ 



pAPESkmo 

■ oaill)a<«* 



hum* Bplmdtd eppoTUmlty tor on* IT' 
adopiahl* Apply flt Jam*« ToUea*. Ltd i ' ' 



and I 3d p m 

UD'ERnH^BD 



GIRL 



Gutter, pcixt expertenced 

mild Ilka piaUlno tn Vicrerla Also T3 L*®TBRI 
aopwrianrod In otvtsd oatupaiaa an Inho * rtnm* rapt 
Bod 471*. ONnnlat 



tl* A ROOM OP 
Pbena B US* 



NO STUCCO REPAOIB 
*pta(t«r*a) B *^ 



It *ocu> Acf^pT pomnoN as Bum 

' 1 auer aiemcfi.ary rarraarumdanra ac7>na 
, rttqraaa Ou anywhar* 

. Rno 0017 CbIwnUt 



rurpitanr* arPnol 
Quartac* rogulrod 



Ttllon. Lid I 1 1 far omrs work Mnat ba obi* ka do{ T^OR HIRK-S-TON PLAT DBC* TRUCTt. 

nf«vrBB Buit * '*“'**"“ I bi» 7‘“' 



P APBRHANOTNO. aUARANTKED WORE 
Paa> aertnea E TIM 



ICrCABB — Paaaad away ai'Honay B C . 
lermotl; nf niR Bttwonh Straal VK- 
(arm. Auruat II. farmarly avnar of Uic 
PD^ Einraa* Ha Iroaua *n mourn 
Mnaio 01 bcona. brntbar* and alatar* In 
Bro Moa* wu bald *• t 3R Friday 



f 4AHAPIAN KOMB JOTIkHAL 
I on* nr tun ladirt l« ampl«ry tbair 

*[>ara Urn* vrufllabl; Uting organ Icr' t\ 'ANTED - EXPERiENCBD POCHTAIN i yuiJIT oirR S-TOM TRDCB PiJR HIRE 

i apI.;-;,:.'^ v*;rrTinr;?£JSi’'“" ^ 

/took . HOUBEKriPER >r>R TR RE t II’ANTED- aPTEMNER I HOPREK EEP ( J^J^i*77*y^rr*wMmn^ 

adulU. tu«t mtlca trrm BMnay Owo »* f'. Ibrea adult* mndttn bnma cvkI r,ty(riaK wai.’i »‘#aS»”wnrt ^nart 

K OY I* OR I* VXAtUI FOR OEWTAL Palbrwnm ayary waak-and off Moat hava|ii4ga* Hu 0»I4. Cubmiai * * * ^ 

tabarsMry RU Bmiiard RutiiliRB I WaJ rvfcraota* Itb par month Phonal “-TTiMwe. ' ' 

_ — - .T_ Pidnaa 17 H nr Rna *741. ColaoMt \\ ANTED - BOOKKEEPER 

t.iSPSRIENCtD BiViKKEWBR - RC-' - . - ^ .'i» 

la rounlant laka edaraa ..rru* rradita f lAPABLB GtKL r>R WOMAN TO HELP Rny *4*4 COtMUl ,/ 1 AJtOBMB OR U1TB PLOUOHBD BACK 

i^niT Alltad and mravatihg 
B 1)47 



W’AR flURPLUB PArWT 
1 1 ma'I R,>ad B 3S31 



T'orno LADT Wtbr***' PERMANTNT 
■ nftlca wirk mnrntng* or aftamusna 
Praa mlddw ftabtemker Bno *■** Cotdhlv 



■A BNQin. 



.11 



PFRAONAL 



Apply Jahnaiana A Cu Lid. IIU Bread 

nBNBRAL MAINTENANCE MAN 
Apply BI kgaiT • Priory *M OaMRloa 



n LCK3AN ■ rOKRAO 

O 4A)4 R M43 

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QUINN -Poaaod awa; ai lUfAi Jubiiaa 
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■ raan paat ataaB aniant carraia 
prtaa raatAuabla Cp/otr #( PilibAPi abd 
ObrdM Haad Rnpd Alblan IttR 

EARLY NKW WO^ AND COAL CTR 
tiilAtlnt baaitr klubap nnta atbar 
fumlttir* At>d tardae tppU ikM Rail St 



Oat Tmtr* Tadat at 

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IIM OOUOUkB BTRKrr 



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Das't Laata U TUI tba lAti Mlnuw 



lAURBLB BIXTANT iBAURCH R OOMB> 
t * <ae ba waad an ata hartasn. alarirtr 
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and attitti 'hair l« matrb Parlatt raa- 
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PbaAi Baatiog IBM 



IM Taut Sum 



BARLT NSW POWER LAWN 
>rt ui Al lhaaa Mu*i ba aald 
>iaraai blfar Tia Catadama art 



RBDOCE TOUR HBATINO CORTB 
Pull bUU aeA ba dat^litodiy laduaad 
burning ip y««r Untbca 



frOOk 

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INTTNOe (^ANSD VARNItllBO 
’ipart Pram** rapairad |iidad 



HARLEY 0AVIDR<3N. RECONOL 
Upnad BMWI p»d trarvapuatlai. 
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BAUTIPVL EPrSnoBR kPANlBL PUPB 
' r*B laRMn aed ablt* nalca Etatlay 



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lALT ROAD PHONE B W1I 



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batpllbl. atbaoi* and baa Mtt Wa.nui 



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CAPITOL MATTRESS 
FACTORY 

W« OOl.*OLAS BTHErr PNOHK C 



WASHING MACHINES 

8EATTT- BASt WArTAO- tiUBON 
Tarnu Arratiitd 



tROktZT MANTLB RaDIo'im 'lADYK 
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tOlXBtrOR B OENTHNE ~OHJBNTaI 



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MODERN APPLIANCES 

141 TATSB ITRETT PHONB B 



N It'l PARn-rOLORKO MALE COCKER 
ratUtrrad LAtllaid Kannalt. Naatar 
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7 |WB PBM4LB TOY PO* TERHIER I 
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MANURE 

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* ' Itbat. II par aack d«lrrar*d Malm 
•actiumt ■ aria a liguid Bidnry Dun 
Parki Eldnay Pbasa Sidney IM 



OTTSN HORBB AND COW MARURJ 
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Aa bl)-ai>a»at blank C«-ad Wood and C««i 
Atnta Obit uaad I aaaka lUaaoa f«r 
aalllng -matini Pricad at |1M 



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nendtltpn. IM B tin 



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II M B 1144 

4JPANIJIH OUTTAR 'n«“”oOOD~ CONDI- 
^ tian Ona pair draaaar ’anpa. Ilka riav 
O 40M 

CktUl I4ADB~ tcT ordbr.'~uivu6t'p 
and btlia P Jaunt R Bre Ltd. IW 



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napkma Utn CangMapip, iMtl't ' 
td Mttat largan mtiaaler. beob* 
>al. new ^uart ataiara Pb«r>a BTJId 

RUM rURNACB WITH^CABIHO POR 
data t »MI 



WANTED - PURMtIURB 
A LOT OP PEOPLE HAVB BOLD OE i 
** tary larga asaunl al uMd war 
ebaodl* Tbei aail te ua paaauaa ibaj 
kMP bar prtcaa aia lair II yap nati 
oMd futaiwirk. ate. let dUpoaei, lat tpo 
lAtb. pkaaat pbona Wally uray at ib< 
RaiaU Waiabduaa fbankA lalu 



kAVER r- POWER RAW. TTL1 
' atPar tmpplau blUl dad« brad 

iladaa B ItM 



klBBL WOOD UATUB. BBAYBM LIKB 
nap. Mming tenia a^d tar« plaia. 
M Phona B ItM 

"ti WALT IS B.P~8AW~ MU ITW 
' CMk BUMt 

rstp MOTOR, M H P . PERFECT mR 

' tnduurlil unit. TTT Caladatila Biiaat 

• MAX.L TWO-DRVM~ □Ad’oONkET WITH 

* aaparaia Uanoaiiaaien pevarad aHtti 
udann meter Mmimad oo aXIda E 4Ul 



L'lLKCTRlC RANurTTB. THOR AUTO- 
• ^ mailt Oibdlren BbeMaa MUmaatat 
O-B alarm oJkI manUl radia eylladar 
and aprigbf twuum cMaDtra alaeiria 
Daer paliahar M-piaca Enfikah dinaar atr 
rNa Terau U datlrag Fbetm BMli 

l.TNCYCtOFMOIA ERTTANHlrA LATEfTT 
A.1 rd'tian. aa na« *Mh eeaa Bni Mdt 



OalnniM 



V«MALL NSATSR BUTTABLB POR BOAT 
^ er fltaplata lid B MTl 

^TEEpmci RAO ~ooob twlirrioN 

^ prti-a MM B rr» 

OTRONo'bRUBBBLL BFI^nH PLANTS 
ter tranaptentlng B tSIl 

T TPBWHrrBRB - por" rent or bals 
^mlngien Btandard EMC Fur M'a 



XCBLLKNT 4-HARNBBB M" TRSADI-B 
l e»Hp leo B IDT 

LECTRIC COPINO RAW. GOOD CON- 
' dIUMi Pbant O fill 



aM Vtfy larta aound del Baal duwaeltiar 
Seed *Hb rnlldran Infermatten eenteet 
Mba Matbaaan MM Raymond Read. TU- 
terta C«l Ml Q 



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mateia lurntturt wttuJ tbingt beughi 
Pbona Empire Jupk. B OIM. B kMJ 

4 PORlABLB OH STANDARD TTPE- 
*4 atiwi. gued cendilWn Priaata Per 
taaJi B m M41. Celaeui 

A Brfn5io~iji~ srovEB~~ wk 'pay 

AUchaM ptloaa aod pui anu 
IP ut a guy et tt ainiiy Phesa Q 

A WAROROBB WITH FULL 
Ptlrtot B kdIT. artninga 
■ lurneea 



U flllTBRBn BLACK COCKER PUPW I 
• aakt Letltald Eeenala Baatar lekt 
Read Ratal Oak CWbbili ITIH 

K BOIBTBKCn KERRY BLUB PUPPIBB- 
Oeed ordlfraa Fbena R 4M4 

1 ' tHOROimRaRn to'lDBR COCKER 
Aft pwniha eld Wbet taaaenabia 
aflrr* ITM Ktnga Reed 

YVEBTMOUNT BOARDIKO KENKELB 
*' Rrgiiiarad aanttAry eemtertabla end 
MMlaitly innUtad IndltMualy-Btim pane 
and rutia Idael rttrciaa gtoundi Dngt 
at ttitd B'atMd Reed Langfard Pbent 
Balment ill 



],X>R OARDBN TRACTOBB OO TO THE 
A alert viih tba baai talarnea 
UARDBN HOUSB 

K’A Lakt Reyal Oak • tHtenc Cetguiu IlfT 



rtBNT AT WORE ALL DAT RMUIRBI 
' * reea and Kuard er tuem nlth LHK 
priviitgat in ptivait been ellb uar el 
plana or ebtrt piaiM otll ba ellnaad Naer 
Yarrn nt pttlariad Bet Mil Ceieelai 

/ttNTLKMAN DEBIRBa HOOM AND 



'|ME MILL. COMFLSTB. OK WOULC 
1 ueda let itMtet Ip geee eeodltiea 
t MOT 

8 " METAL dCRTW “cUTTINO LATHI 
*tUi tabieet meter rtttraini 
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dividing bead end geer-ruttmg aUecbmm< 
and U'na ar-eaaenru* |)H 1MI Oek Bt 



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hat* Jan tretibia* viiA iha moterfyeia nr 
yanr cbeiet ku( ebtn yea de ea bate Iba 
akiil and (artuty aquipm*''! le pet yeur 
machina ngbi again Try wa 

RSO SHANKS POP BHANKd 

B MM 



TbOR BALE-ONB PAIR UK BUfOCV- 
a lata with at wtttaeui tnped Alte 
eita naty ttlaarepr M-pe«tr May bt 
aatn In (n«n Writa W M Tatta R E I 
Vu-torie 



LENGTH 

Bundti 



PLT ROD. I-OZ. ALCOCK. Ld 
* Weatnned. d-li Sited Hneaiai 
reblnai uprigbi tiactrk baatar il 
bad and meltraaa ■ MH. Ml CIti 

Bijninialt 

l/OLL-StU SNOOKER 'table 
1 rnmolaft eiih anoekar. peel 
hard belU cuat. tit. N«« cuabte 

BMBd 



2 -h p pairbankb-morbb z ttpb 

tngint and l>••lbrik kwlldebtt puetp 
Balmnrit 74U 



NTtQfUEi BOUOm AND SOLO CRN 
tury Art EAep IBM Pen Buett 

30K. TRB MAOIC EClRr BT MAN 
Ml Eemretr U dkkd 



A ll ttpbb oil boembm bold, 

aertieed and letrteliad nan end 

uted OU teagaa dlbceuaerted And beadad 
up Cegpar eaila bot-vaiar taeka end 
ectaeeerlta tAgle nil btirntr* k Mdd 
remperery llll DunMiulr Birett 

a BBOLUTELt' m BBl • OU BURB- 
* • ei aervlee, nil rangee *itb and PPt 
btunert 1 navel led Cpppat tella fet aU 
ateaaa Pbaoe B >d4B 1111 BMUtmalt Rd 
A ■ Be wkrr Oil bwrnan 

4 LMOBT HEW MrCLARv' HA HOB 
r* wbitt anantal ali-ataal tep. cemplait 
nilb Blltai Ote* bwrnart and lull tguip- 
mmt includlnf Iraprtul Oli eenirart 
Pbent a Ilia 



Btll-fmivt Whenack BC 

BU^BRnBLDd 
"Pwed al CbampiBiu" 
Tbt All-In-One Deg Maw) 



/ 'ABR PAID POR RISTORICAL BOOEB 
A an awri) day* in Bmiab Celumbia. 
Vaneeuadf iuend end Twterie Bring II 
le Dlggor « 

I 'iARFBKTBRk'” to^” bV~ appren' 
' lira WUl pay high prua MIT Rei.k- 

•tll 

I vABR POR BOX CAMBRAB. IYI. tMiTilV. 
' ar.| eeitdiUen ilM Breed 

n lUBBBT PIUCBB PAID RQR AOTHOiE 
lard lett beeka la goed repdittew. by 
Dtcfen a el Oetarnmani duaat 



OTOOTCLE OWNERS- TRADE TOUB 
praaani maeblna Ip eo e lidbtwaigbt 
^etxttia end intraeaa yewr criuatng 
■« EllghlD uaed IBI CC, Chab bt UM 
bend K Ehanka R Beat Ml Furl B4 



MACHINES FOR RENT AT 
LOW DAILY rates 



OUNO WOMAN rCmL 



Cmpodi MUtra 
Aluain-iR Barrewt 
Plealtr Mlitra 



rnwo PACKINO CARBB 4X1X1 
t alrengly Hiada Buitabir for nttnee* 
tniiMsanu lU. mi Quadra 

I tWo'obo' DRmEBB RSDWTEAO aIiD 
lablt. very rhaep Phena O MM 

r A WAOON in a I (tnAPE RBA^N- 
ablt ei Ilk 0 4MI 



A JAM It AUTOCTCLE. RBCONOI- 
iMwad rhMP for gultk aela Pbent 
BeiPMWii bkK 

A earitaih mark pekfbct'cci* 

Mb*. Ilk Phena O IJT] 

B tCTCLIB - ALL~«UBR ~ RBFAIRS 
Work guAientaed Aemaaeo'e 441 
Jnbneee Btr aet 

( tC.M MAN'd BIHB. ^CBLLEN^ C^'- 
dlHoti htbd llfbt. gtntratet end 
tbtrlat Od4Tt 



I vATB BOARPCO IK MODERR. BANl- 
A . tary individual kuartan Obktreai 
Perm KannaU PYiene CMenltb IMM let 
appnlnUnatit 

r vobo ROME WANTED POR J-UONTH- 
' f eld malt kitun tlaa env-yrar-elil 
ftmalv «abby r.ai Apply I PC. A B0kl4 

^lAMBBB ~EiTTB?ti M MONTREAL 

Btrtat 



1,'IRB EXTINOUISHBRII 
I briali irurka heent ua 
•urt fulad. no pumping Bai 



C. prta- 
ira IBM. 

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p M Eaoiiimeli ihraa m*aia 
TM«. Celenwt Fbufta O leU. 



Tebla Bae* 

Radiwl Bae* '■ 

Building Jerka 

Pine TdPl Ell 

Pumpi . . . . 

Pavtr Lawn Mevar*. per beur 
Eletitit fledge Trimmm per dey 
'u-Tpp and S-Tea U-DRIVB TKUCKB 
lie »er mlia with minimum ef II Sb 
par hear Bptrlal evtrnlgbl and 
Btinday rattt 



I'RANRPARBNT 4PPLEB • IJBS 3»« 

^ Itjd bei Pbllllpa Old Waal Read 
pwo XENITR WBARINn Aim ■ kill 



laland Rlgbaav 

I,MLTER BBRKBNPBLOT ABOUT } 
1 lebt far drtnking waiar ntw an 
uae^ Impettad rerantly (mm Mat 



4 BAROAIK - MBARLY NEW QUAKER 
‘U burn -etl tirculaung heetat cectlitDi 

•orklnc trdat No »elaa lai Prieau Ilk 
Cook Bi 



I tIAMOND d RAKKITKT — NEW IBA- 
I ' land Red*, luntnr and Ibiarmadleta 
ite-k rer aala t 1414 



'^WD HOUBB JACKS II-rNCH LIFT 
Pbant O ddit 



E YERTTHUKI in bicycle BKPAIM - , 
B em» r«. U 4 t«Id Dnuglea Bv o MU ' 

PCA BAIE-HM IKDIAN icOUr~ARMT 
* type Bendlebwra, eraab gtiarda. ata 
BberlSea lin UI View Street elur 4 M 

a m Tuaeday 

t MUNl'lB BARNETT AUT6cirCLt A 
Bbe PMahtna aten u mtraJ irujmpartn- 
Hen, IllA Owwae't Anteryrta Beiee Ceok 



r,7UR BALE HOT-WATBH RdOIATORB 
1 garbage rent ainki aeugwe* verteui 
ether iiema Empii* Junk Ce . tl4 Hum- 
beMl Pbmta B I14J. Seturdey end Bunder 

I.VlR BALS ONB II SIZE RAILWAY 
• Run Bperiei eaub ft r«bv )e«ti 
C J4kd 



A ABB POR STOVB SND NEATBRS- 
Sewdugt burner* ntatellbd end rw- 
Mirad Itarai rbpaJrad 
Ml JOHNSON Sf PHONB O IIM 

\ LL-BNAMBL UcCLaRT COUNTBaS. 
like nte eranomitei uin iype ell 
kurner. capper rail* tMulaitd ertn all 
drum end rdntmrt B I3M 



K ASam FiYR BAt.B BIO OR BMAU-. 

black or ehiie WTittnaen Road End 
oeuaa U left elT Carry A Bteefcmati 

^’tVBRAir”TOUNO~lKEMIBW RABBITB 
^ ■ frem t1 Id 14 peunda Ban Hemet 



* tacbmer'a Cemple** Reaaenable 
441 Cetttianre Aranwe 

Y^acuum cLeanbr~ new wmi at 

Y Uthman't Term* erranped t Mil 



kROrro PRINT TRIUMBR 'DBCKLSD- 
edge Itpei Cell B Mtl elitt Bundey 

>IFLB AND SHOTOUB FRONB O ddl4 



A t ths nbw woland botbl iofp. 

Rie Thteirt en Oevernmant Btreeti — 
Redateraiad r»nm* aprlnt-MUad matiree- 
aaw a4r . reaaenable raUa by dey. week at 
meotb Crydar n*« Renedemtnl B ItM 



Ilk PANDORA AVENUB 



YttHBELR-BALL-BBARIKO ArK-CTIBB 
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BuppUat Ud Pendeen PtiMt 1*114 



|>OR SALE 
^ Tigllr. br 

Pbent B kMd 



PET 4 X II ALBO 
rAaa Frtnrb make 



SALMON FLY BOO AND TACEIE IMd 
^ VUU Haigbii _Fhei»a S 44dT 

'lEBPTNO BAO ''phone O IId'oR BOX 

^ HJd Cewnltt 



OUNT) FIOB FDR BALE RODMAN 
Orenvine pfr BemaMe. Oalgufta ttX 



I EL. POWER CHAIN SAWS 

Mndala "M," "O" and Ptenetr 
Immedleca dalltery frem ate«k- 



\f 'EIJ. - BOTIT MABOHrr 
'* glate-ipp eBre anrkatutt 
Deogla* BirMi Phena Bit 11 



A PAwerrr btove with pan-ttfe 

Ml burner anmpieie vlib tdlL tank 
arvd ttend Bargain B tlM a 

\ LL-1MAMEL ST CLAIRE OTL RANOB 
Al eondiUnn Oravity lead OU ea- 
•ured O Mil 



VWEXT mcbntbd obranivm plant 

O Ukl 

1 TRIMT1 TOUB mtl w ATC* '“to an 
ttpen mUv raftvMe idli (lo«<trp 

mem BU«m 



UUDona ILOVEKIRIM), AU. AOBS 
■* Albfnee and 14 eelata R Andrew*. 
R’enlendd Aelarta* Phene Beating ITYt 

I .'^r'“sALB - U 'cANABIBB “piNOKR* 
and Irmain Make eUeri B kM4. 4AI 

Bturdet Bt 



ARDRORE TRirNKB BY MARTldAN 
in new rendlltan half utuai mM 

Metre* Eiretr <pear Penieribm< 



U RJURT, RUNNY ROOM. IN PAXRPIKXk 
(iva mlNutae Irem tawa. aulUbM l«w 
petBlng girl* Pbowe o liM 



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/a nigbaai ptima lar 'Oga aettiaa laau ' T kO INTER I MONTHS HALE. RBOtB- 
gtaeaa im aeribiag yev * 
at Ra oaD aagunara 
any uma Pbana B JdU 



wrad 13 Mantraal Biraat ACCOMHOOATIOR EtNOI f Oik 

OBrnsVERED GREAT OANt“ MALi ‘ O dgM 

IV laen elUi black matk >ea muntha BOARD LITTI.8 OlHL 4-14 WE 

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oneeaiia irbaei Quadia H*>gh'« 



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EICTCLEd AND MOTOBA'YCLEB 



brmrd rMrden H'ad nr HminI Teimia 
ee»*fer~i ^ praiarrad Bot 4444 CMotiial 

end IkBTIRBD OENTLEmTn WANTS BOARD 

Z\ end rr«m in lady a heuna entrr man * 

Idaal eaertiaa grounda iv>ft. h*ib *• naadt d P O Boi Idik 

^'^*1 •*” * BGAIUI IN PRIVATE 



lamily lor guiti. rbrarful rgtnater 
tih elaanir rat near tirer leltpbona 



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tY'ANTKD BOARD A-ND ROOM WITH 
' ' Met family, by ynung butinraa giri. 
Beat af rairmi'ea Phena X 341% 



•BRVANT' 

and ria - pear • eU dawghiar raduira 
[roam and beam in grivaia barn# Phan# 
I B II M marnlngt 

\ 'OUNO BINmB MAN'oaBlRBB~BOAlio 
and reem to Baguimalt 



4t ROOMR TO RENT 

N ’ICELY PURNUIHBD BLXSPtNO-BOOtflu 
near Partiamtnt BuiMinga and Oath. 



rt BNtSHBB 



■ 1 N O L B or 
ta tawn, erdry- 
tIUbg btu feed gravkdad Nira diatrtat. 

Bfidk 



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brr Ur*a and braka* PYlilTw B i4dV be 
tn'an 19 a m arwl f 

AN B rrif mr^r-tK BXCBLLEi^ l‘k1«f 
annriUxM*. ellB all traeaaae>#a IM I - - — 
Phant P 141% 



( 10MPORTARLB ELSMPINO KOOM PO* 
' gvntirman CUaa U but and Canirai 
Part B44M 

C HILEAN BLEEPtNO ROOM'wrrH OOlT- 

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weak Baa Mil. Catantat 



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^ 141 Ha 

n XN WITH OPEN PIRSPLAr* COM- 
fettabto bodreom mroea eond Im 



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ggrtng BNb-a fbaura rtdt 4i mrtaar- 
bid OMt wBI arrtoa XIa wank 
X4B E 43uyldaat» from km and dP 

iXed Nerbxa. TriiiMBbi Reyal 
Ennatda nrM tndwur 
iddT Knn Chief kata af aitraa 'tivaaei 
IdM R -Daridma T4 ggg4 

!•«% R -Onvtdnea ivtlraai MX 

X4d RB A mew. 

TYw Lntgaii Blaafe an Yaeaweoar tgiend 
FO* REFAIRB tea Lea Blew at 
MOTOdirmH BAI.HB 



PMrYtaM Heed 




24 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C, SUNDAY/AUGUST 15. 1948 




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tt'ANTKD BY SINOLB MAN A PUR- 
<• BMCkAd tall •conuidAd CMlu Beat rare 
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ATTSHTIOR / 

1 9 YOU ARE IN DCRPERATE NKBD FOR 
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lAR aad vhiicvali Mraa Cdaieia bcatar 
aod radia The imarteit car id waa' 



IQJ7 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL OE tUXR 
'7*4/ A •rau*.'' brand oca raediuao. 
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»_< m. davb. o adds nlttiu 

1 07 7 Pl-TMOOIH SBDAN ~VBRY 
body bod opbatotary. atda 
nr* itiea U?t urma. 



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bauar ar MiU* guWt aaapto Ptoa«r 
pbana O 4SD alUr I 



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U 'APrrSD' BY 1 BUai.HRBS WOMEN-- 
Threc ar ttiur-raoa fariUabad culu 
Baa »m CblaixRl 

\'ouNa COUPLE wmi pour-montm- 

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roam* at tmail bnua« can ma»on« ptoa*a 
hatp U Phnn* B ITtt. 

\^OUHO~ WOMAN 'Cm£ bbrvant"i 
1 and rl* - year aid daughUr regutre 
apatUtml PRaba E idld akoinliig* 



Hl'MMER REHORT6 



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CLEARANCE OF TRADE-INS 

1 Q w MIRCVRY REDAN - , qqC 

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1 04 1 PLYMOUTH OOUPE. * . 

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104 ^ 1 ^****^**'** ROYAL REDAN 

SI445 

yO*Yo"votON r- TtmoR bedar 

•7jy AroiiAMT Pttit pnoc 

romtari pyyj 

i 936 ’s;r;.:!:b- $795 

1941 $895 

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CAktod bark Emi Pbaaa 



t LAROB rURNISHBD. UOMT KOUSE- 
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Pban* OBUl 

A ttractive nuusekbbpinu room 

ruoUai (AeiUttaa Pbaito BT4I3 



PORRIDDEN PLATRAO LODOE 
rOUBTENAY 

r'NUER NEW MANAOBMXNT-OUIIU- 
t ; oQ* •renaty. MS-mllc etaa Raatidl 
hctlldar ar ridiBk eamptat and fly Dahiek 
Train ar bu* to Counanay Pbnnc lato- 1 



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room lA rent B**f Jubilee HotaitAi 
Hu«ln«** pereoA only 14144 



X'OUNO married couple with one. 

4 rbIM. reguir* 1*0 ar ibrae-raam lult* 
urgently by September 1 Pbanc 0 3M1. 

X'OUMO MARRIED COl'Ptji n"© CMu” 
1 d'en t*eui?e l-roam •»e>'<*>tF< «)Aae 
IB P hone n 3TT4 

Y ’OUMO woman < civil servant. 

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1 mail, gear khitl hcAlai 
.<Ad rnriAUiaa rar toi*r 
tkonr E#nd4 



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TRAOB-INR ACCEPTED 
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t;i.SOUEKMAN RIVER PARREVUXE 
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VICTORIA B LAJU3BT USED CAR LOT 



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lit per monllt 

P a BROWN * RONS UMITED 
mt Brwad Rtrewk PhPane O Till 



T AROB HOOSt TRAILER EQUIPPED 
wnh everytbttu raguired tn e homa. 
elea buUl-lp redw Smilin' Bm Sit Dnai- 
u« Street Pbane B ms 



AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE 
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 



SMILIN' BEN’S 



tn*Q HUDSON roVR-DOOR 
I tAT fOtDAN Meet baauiifal 
car ef tbe Year Taur dream boat 



ODSL ' A' 



PORD PICKUP NEW 
•b (land thape I3kt O tm 
0 m 



1 Q 4 A RUTXR US LUKE SBDAN. 

' 7*40 In J^rfeet • .ktuHiian Ternu m 
trad* II gkn t jaji 



OPEN UNTIL a 3d P M 



•'* palni 
Call afier 



I AROB FRONT IIOUHEKEBPINO ROOM. 
t> half black Oak Bay Avenue, baa 
'■nrte On* bugiaeM peraon Phan* E Idda 



VETERANS AUTO SALES 
LTD, 

quadra rtreet at caledohu 

PNOKI ■ ni3 



KILIXAN 

Apph NM 



YBTf BTREAMUNEO ALUMINUM CABIN 
trailer fully furntohed and agalpped. 
air eandHioArd A real beeuky Several 
aiher irail'M kvady tn roll Offeri wanted. 
Owen Bungay 

BELMONT TRAILER PARE I 

l*( Mile* aa latohd Highway Reimwnt I4JM 



OOOD CONDmON 

Auliia Av* efiar e 



VUlt our Puldbwr ennwrawm nee. ta ih* 
Sirathnena Kwtel and *e* tb* flnaak ttacb 
of biwd ear* an Ihe laland 



AHOI rURNtSNED LHK ROOM. 

^ Phnne E 14W 



LTURNIEHED POUR-ROOMED HOURI 
, ^ at Veeuviu* Bay far mantb af Sapiem 
i kNE ROOM Wmi ErrCKENETTE I bee Pbaae Oangaa IM 

" ’ kuilet and wa*h ba«in private aa-i — — 

• ranr* afr the Oorga Rciiuhl* far b«*t ' 
nvi* paopl* B lasi 

O NE LA310E LHK ROOM -CLORE'TO 
hnapltal Phan* O till 



ArTOMOBILCS 



1 QAA ^•'■Roi.et pour dow~ sedan 

--■.Bd.imn, beet effar. 
Phei.e Okktr 113 Pan S>p»». 



WE WANT 

Anv niea Chev. PlymnaUi Dadga 
Paniiae ar Pard fram 1333 la 1343 



/ «AR PARKtNO. 
* at Numbotdi 
woad Parking Lai 



t« HONTN DOUOLAS 
Apply atiandant. Can- 
311 LangMy Et 



k mrntRAKxn <'omhani>rm 

1 UihAMUrr Ilk* rvcaiev g*. 

• '•A gnt.g na'.'i )t. iva i virv*< 

PORD ni I DX3 (11 * T I n N 
• •a.'n akih ht*i»t *.hmi r»a- 
IW liiai.il ll.fh**> r*Mr I 

3 ENHEX SBDAN OOC4> riRER, 
> Ur^.e and latureac* ;P*g 
er aff Ralph 

PONTIV SEDAN AT BMIRERS 
I iiaret* In d*>ititi* gVir ■■>. 



[ AlUtB rVLLV-PURNlSHED HOUf 
''A iavily garden i ar 3-yaar ia««a 
,.ar atanib Owner wiu mainkaia g 
metibtee srevidad. atoa 
ROOM F O R I la atnka funtaad 

" ^*** I APFLT BOX 3141 COUNdRT 



EW VARNtSHXD WELL-BUILT SMALL 
noiit* (reiier A dandv buy at 3313 I 



TIP TOP 

USED CAR SALES 



YOUR CAR 



PONTIAC "U" DRIVE 



wUl aavar **0 (or a Rigber pnaa 
tbaa Ran will pay 

TODAY 



fALL ROOM POR WOREINU MAN 
Ritir* f IHM Dauglat Rl 



at 'P<^ 70 REUARLR TEMANTR tNti 

I * ibMraai. earnfariabto taratoned »«• 
— -Iffm (Mngalaw RapumWr and Oeiab«r 
ANDt Hhnaa E 31lg 



viNOLB I. n R tlFBTAtRS - BUS 
^ Soar Fnon* E ktlg 



NEW CAR PRICEB AJIE UP NOW IR |H1 
TTME to BUY A OOOD UBBD CAR 
— W 1 BBLL DEPENDABLE CARR 



SMILIN' BEN 

'B SEAL AUTOMOBILBR 



U 'ILL EXCHANGE OR BELL. fa-TOR 
|gyg MaM* Ivat dump Murk for tent 
•heelbaar lake madtl ihrea-taa flal dart 
truck Pban* X 4134 

107A SS-TON MAPLE LEAF^TRUCTI 
I y<jO rb*Mto vary gwod aanPltloa 
n 3313 *lia Niagara Strwet CTeeatt eDar 



hi WANTKDTO KKNT—klOL SEa 



PONTI AC m UAMUKER 
•ROANEm. fully auttipaad. i*a 
tan* colar. wa* 

•3.133. new, 

bfERCURT ilk 
33.au valaa 
new . 



TWO LOCATTOMR TO SBRVS YOU 

IN VICTORIA 
AND NANAIMO 

The Rotiaa a( Raawtnaaa 



3S3 PORI 3T 



PHONE O 3lk4 



, *7 PONTlAr' A'43*«lrAk| SEPAY. 
H/ •«'» , ,,p. ..id* Aaa.v 

Vieafieid Hnad 

>77 .CffTVROl »T SPriRT ROAnNTkJt 
•*» *haMa JSn Rirtiaa Si 
r k te n m 



BELMONT AVI • CHOICB AC- 
cnmaadaklan. alratr (urntohad 
t aad eoM waier. LH R garad* 



a tevaiy ear 

$2050 

PLYMOUTH EEDAN abaalutell 
new rendition Wa* 

1143k. aaw 52395 



1Q7C 3-TON CHEVROLET TT 
I y*j3 n*i deck Oa* •tnete-aii* li 
traiter for Mto. aa la 3t Miltotraaai 
Langfard 

I rtOft IRT 



trro BALER FIRAHCEO R W MILLER 
« Co 



1303 Onvaraiaeat Phono O 4ddl 



* * loader. 4-radm bungalow 
aparimoai funuebod or 
Quiei tenoat*. no rhkldrwa 
Appl* Rbb 3433 Catenkgt 



dual*! ar 
UAlBratohed 

Reforenraa 



104 1 TTUPDAKBR i 
* 7*4 I landiklan hew tl 
ere*, al 314 Ri..**ti Rirevi t» 



SEE ME TODAY 
SMILIN' BEN 

•13 OAtXILAB rr 



■IB f’NFT’RNIEHER 

T ~WO tAROC ROOMS ~TO RENT UN- 
lumMhed 444 S.iptriar Slreei cteae 
la Parliamani Buildingi 



AUTOMOBILE PINANCTNO 
Candliianai Sale Afreemanu Dtaanantod 
TRADERS FINANCE CORP LTD 
pbaaa B 44X3 gig.* 

O W Paairn Duuim Maaa*a> 



UOHT OELTYERY TOP 
I y<37 ehape 1311 Lome Lowka Mar- 
rant rarnat Nertb Quadra St AlMna 13V 

l“Q.n'c PORD id-TON PICKUP IN PAIR 
I y<jD femdiiion la an 4i ildt 434 
‘'•orge flned E S 4311 



TED to RENT BY A QUIET MU> 
•uad ratiRln aa abUdraa Lraam 

anlurnlabad far arofarenee CaH 
nertrado aarvtea twaortniaadenl 



rirrvRnLn i-door sedan 

■ ■OiQ iiMuraii. r 13 trig Awlf 



CHBY. BEDAN a r>a« 
ear. gt.SSd ealw (or 



I TNPURNlSHED ROOM TO RENT - 
’ fairfiohl near parb Elderly lady 
areterred Phan* B 3301 



rHEVROLET REDAN rKNMl 
Urea End in fan .auditten 



INTERNATIONAL PLAT DECK 
Reel otter E 1333 314 Nemsiaa 



,NTED - UNPtTHNmNRD HOUSE OR 
aMrtmani br ronpt* wba have two 
willing In gn fvoalre E 434g i 



AUTOMOBILE FINAN^INO 

mai R*M Agraemeou Oteoavnion 
ReaeanaM* Quirk Uarta.(.n* 
IRLANO PtNANCRB LTD 

>ad Rtraai Phanauati. 



fl ROt'RCKrCPINO ROOMS 
WANTTn 



EMPRESS SALES 



1070 IN EXrE14.ENT CON- 

• 70T dUten thrmighaui radio hcalae; 
41 3M Ew f. a I 3334 TilHrum Monday 

107^'’'^''* M3A^^OR“wiirTRADi 
•700 far anyiltiAg «f vaiae Apwlv 
Ikdl MrKa'.ii* Avei.ir* 



104 7 UHEVROLrr PANEL U 
ly^r ralleni rbndlilon. reaannai 
gavk rale Phnn* B31E3 at B 41M 



WILLVB 

COUPE 



PLEASE' 

CAN YOU HELP US> 

WE NEED A NDUSE OR APARTMENT 
* Ok# Oardening arid Have Our Own 
Furnllur* 

HOE rag COLONUT 



Q uiet youno couple i well-ee- 

hAved rbfidren iirhaal eg*', urgently 
need I L N R room* h| Rei-temher 1 fur- 
ntohed ar nnfamtohad En* kiA* CManitt 



107 1 UHEVROLCT TRUCK WITH 
I yO I hand haul and dump new mb 
bet Phene Ek3l4 



CHBY 

COUPE 



PRALER MAnilATTAN eir ran 
dIMan and aeaidiive 



i VAR INSORANCB-COfnH ONLY til TO 

L. •"*” ••» Rdleiy RaepanaRilliyl 

Laa. end g*i a pink ca«4 

»■ W BUCKLER INSURANCE AUENcm 
m Pembartdb Bldd Ptnm* I 3144 i 

pNUlNB RBTONDrriONOlu RPECIAL ' 
k*u - 0*1 aut artra* vamp at* >abi 
^bjrt iniiali eiftpoa pkbA (lose f<*a 
**E»P* peitermarwa Baey an ga* and at. 
CM" POW^AN llARAOh T>T5 oMNs 5 n I 

kltCilAEL E AUTO BtXkV RHOP-CObT-l 



IS TON DODOE TRUfK IMI 
I3M Oranlie SI 



ROYAL AUTO SALES 

IMt DOGOLAS AT P1BU) RTRBET 



T PAUL "NDBRRODY truce 
S elatant 14M 



MODEL A- RiiAOSTER-iatN. 

wheel* lint eaa Qaabar Siraat. 



PLTMOtmr SEDAN, 
bearer 



TODAY S SPRCIAL 



HOUSE TRAIUlR Sleep* laa 

Need* * lltkl* flili-e b«ii * bar 

gale er>4 a* re na* E70E 

tnniing Onik Siiyta 



Q uiet susnens lady non-sv 

ar drinker deeUm bed-eiiiini 
arte kItehaneH* in gaad reeldenikal 4 
Bex 3t4| Cwtenlak 



SEE THESE USED TRUCKS I 

1343 CHEVROI.n t-TON. IM-lheb af.eel- ' 
$ 1000 ’ 
133 laab ah*elba*a ' 

$1350' 

ilherp wt.rlb »*e|ng 

WE PAY CASH : 

ft% Af 9Ut 4^t\ 



USED CAR .SERVICE 

441 YATSS STREET 



•tadrnwm. Seatember 3#' 
AdvM* Ker * Siapban- 
^r, 303 Oavirnment 



1077 • lapatette roNvisT- 

• 70r ibl* Phika radi* and healer ale 
31 at 34 Trad* ar <a*h Phnna Sal idm. 



V 'OUNO MAN AND MOTHER REQUIRE 1343. I* a*x( May 
twa-bedream funiMhad ar ** — — 

niabed aparuaeni m baaa* ta r*n| 
petferred - — — 



134) OOOOR 3-TDN 
*i*k* bndi 
Prire 

W* her* 



Rf'trK 



CLUB BPEi.TAL POR 
•*<« Radio, healer. A) Raam 3. 



lyANTED TO RENT PO 
* * nibbtb* from Septambar 
banker. (UrnKhed t la 1-roe 
Vieien* #r dtoyiri Rat •••' 

WANTED APARTMENT 
raama m imxit hauM. 
Eldefly faiu Phan* R ItEt 



rii Ttea* at Sell Voat Car 
an Ca«*ignm*Bt 



BUtCE b-PARR 
like new 



tg. p.itei I’M (hi* free «ar*K* in ibmd 
»n fetag prtre* al weed cart W* atoa 
may lara.e ib* lyp* i<ni earn 



ail max** al rar* and tract* «rar* 
wanted (ar witrklag Parttte Aum Wierx 
*r* ni Carmbrapi Btrvat Pbana E 133) 



NPURNtffNED ROHM AND EfTCKEN- 
rite er bauatheeplng tnwm lady 



pogrriAc COACH best orrwB 

kata* <1 1313 Larktey Rnad 



OH THRRE 

unfurntobed 



OPRM PROM NINE TO HINS 
CALL EMPIRS MU 



WE affer 

1341-DOlXkB 3-PARR COUPE 
1341 PACKARD CUPPER SBDAN k. 
1H4 -PONTUC SEDAN 

MANY MANY MORE 

W* Im your car and •dvanie* M far i 
at sntf 1 par rent u*l paar rar tM 

NO RALB-NO CHARGE 

WE DO NOT OPERATE A CAR LOT 



SI n.ATR \NT> SPAKTMrNTS 
« TO KRTrr 



NASH GOOD RUBBER. PAOI 
rnndi upn 4134 Phaa* O 4413. 

LINCOLN EEPRYs '^tTR DOOM 
aed*.. Ph«..c Aibiaa IISR 

I3M NUPMOBIIE COtTPB NEW 

brake* gaad aiater B 3334 

CHEVROLST GOOD COItm- 
Uva Phaa* B 3M3 



IR OAE BAY 

33 (nr I ar 3 



J M WOOD MOTORS 



A WHITE 



AITINIIOR APARTMENT QWNERRI 
LANDtAmW LANDLotoS 
IT'S ARE IN BUSINESS TO MAKS n 
* * *a«l*r far rwa and aur pMfl* Rava 
aatiuaiv* a^ntala Wa e*ad twar am 
Maraiion wen'l aaet ran * *«ni far Sr*t 
ciaat **rv>r* Phnna R 1344 nighi* Q 4BI1 
Raoteto Dndmllad I43A Yate* Rrraei 
aaraea ream ae* aaetAne* alte 



YOU CANT GO WRONG 
ON THESE 
NATIONAL VALUES 



SO YOU WANT A BARGAIN 
HERE'S A REAL ONE 



are Ruytna. Belling «sd Rxebanging 

BETTER USED CARS 
AND TRUCKS 

IMI DLDRMORIE CLUB StDAN 
IMI DODOB REDAN 
IMI CHET SEDAN 
1343 CtlRVSLER NEW YORKER 
SEDAN 

IMI CNRVRUni ROYAL REDAN 

1343 MERCURY COACH 

1311 OAEUMOmLE CONVERTIBLE 

13)3 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 

13)1 CHEV COATH 43M 



POIIO SEDAN 

COUPS 



]>BAUTTrUL MOOKRX 
k* epartmeni rmac in 
•nkii Ser'ember I E 1)1 

UNPURNlSfifD 
ranma. *ub baihranm 
rrwn h*a< and tael Newli 
•lb* Catenkei 



t DOtXIt t-TON TRUCK. 3 •aeen 
I rear eii* t-tpeed irai.*mi**io«. 
whaeibae* 11*1 deck i*lnfnr.-*d 
kXCEIXBNT TIRBR 1 »9x}n TEN- 
A NEAL HE-MAN 8 TRUCK (H TOP 

mON All far iha $875 



MKR<'Uhr 

TUDOR 



ITOUSI OR DUPLEX ST FAMILY OP 
* I three Will tw*r*i ,.*4 •■calknk cere 
and ran fumUh firo caee refetancat Our 
hnMiiei ar* muakc. readipf end finwara. 



CHEVROLET 

PANBl. 



StrpER HE LUXE 
PORD POUR-DOOR 



DTHE - AOED COUPLE NO CHtU 
drvn wi«h ta lani laur ar (it* ream 
’ with baaama.il Olva every «*rf M 
'tkv and mainiain garden Rcaennahl* 
So* 3314 . Catentol 



win b* Drive ip aaiHt 



-pUNNINNRI) TWO-ROOM APARTMENT 
k — QuWk miSdla-atwd rowpl* wnly: n* 
rblldrvn Apply 1133 King* Nnad 



SUPER DE LUXE 
FORD TUDOR SEDAN 



GLADWELL MOTORS LTD 



McLEOD-LUMSDEN 
MOTORS LTD 

tU TATER RTREPT 



THOMAS PLIMLEY, LTD 

3 TATRB STREET PHONE 01|3I 



I .-VURWISHED THREE ROOM REArCOl 
auii* *el<-non«aietd Ba* ISM CXUantok ' 

nnwo'-'RooM ~rvRHtSRU> 'ruttk TIr , 
I new hn)n*. entiralv «elf • ennialncd; 
euiunto fa- tw* tereinee* girl* ae men I 
Ra* 3133 CalanMt 

mw’o . R 004 d ruRNlRIYRD' 'bUJTr! 
I newly dern-eted naaa u. Wartn.t 
peapk* anly N* rhlMria Bn* t*) 3 . cate 
ntot 

^~SDR-Lrr roR su~'weskr' phom 

1 July tl fully furatthad mn«tm 1 -rae.m 
ewii* and garage Rav ia «3 Celaritoi 



MERLURY • METROn - UHCOLN LMALER 
Tate* *• VancMvar sireai 
Phan* Bim 



BED 3-ROOMBD NOURK URORNTLY* 
wHiUn l3-mlto eireto, wtll «• anv ea- 
rt Ple**g pban* O 310 



NIIJJAAN MINX DHOrHSAP 

Sidney li O 

CTfEVNourt COACH IN P«i»4 
• nrHi'lai. ITU |73A Aden*- R4 

AtWiN 13 ' phaM n *4tr' 



TRUCKS 

Donot H-TON PfCEUP 
PORD te-TON PICKUPS 



ATTENTION 

Owner* a( Bngiieh Type Car* 

Mr Wm Pintoftoa Me* Ned Ova* 

M Taari' Eiwarianaa With 
AtrSTIH MORRIS arte HtLUIAN CARS 

Rving Yaur Car •« the 

TOM CRAWFORD SERVICE 

•31 Wharf Sreaa* 

And (Ivi Eepwn Rwpa.r* i* gpur Engltob 
Car ai Lawaet Pnrwt 

WB RAVE DfRIDE PAHKIHO SPACE 
AVAILABLE POR SIX LAROt TRUCKS 



TRUCKS* 



WANTED TO RRkPt BY YOUNO 
1 * armpl* with fbur-wtnnthe-nte babr b 
frmr-raomed hvuae Ra« ant Catentel 

Ik'ANTto) TO RENT-POWR-HOOM ON- 
’ * furntohed nite ar hnua* permanesi ' 
PHrwt* B Ilk# 



OLDRMOBtLE EIDAN BLACI 
itaiidard m-teei 34 3M mile* 
ibbei. awter •irauank radw an* 
fbini Abd Ubhatokory tn gawd **• 
Wawid MS a* Mnawar ii*d« 41 ai 
ApRly 314 Qieeen* Avenue 



CHEVROtlT NKOAN IN PAIR 

rm.dnian R.^t w'fer R 13S1 

OLDSMORfLE NEDAN RADIO 
earl hteir- ph*n* BJ1M 

ooo.l RPWT1AL D3 LUKE A- 
tec.. **da. new nendtlten 33 m 



CARS WANTED 

arte Pander Work. Amm PaiMtng. 
nicsl Repalea *■ All Makaa mt Car* 



TRUCKS 



NATIONAL MOTORS. LTD 

•la TATSS ST PHONS O klTT 



TRUCKS! 

WB HAYS ROblE OOOD BUTS ON 
l-TON DODOS STAR« 

Saa Them *4 

J M WOOD MOTORS 

iwi Vatb rr 
T*l*p4ten* O DM 



KNIGHT MOTORS 



lOizcrfnrv standard comw 

lyjOateter avarhauterr naw eadiaibr 
brake* and kingptctt Ail la *x.ail*n< ann- 
dman 433A r***, pia* |r*nrane« Srdnv* 
EIR ar apply MMrheil III# MUM R<.ad 
Sidaae - - “ ■ ■ 



VACANCXER 

BOOMS AMD APARTUENYR 
CONSULT 

CITY RENfAL RI'REAO 
111 STDBART sum . T«A VATKR B1 



PCNkft TUDgN oryip rryttm* 
e«i< ef*er Pheiw 0 4)34 

PONTtAr CLUB* COUP? FOR 

•el* Whet after** E M13 



COMPARE OUR PRICES 

bc)0 URRX COACH -New pnhii 



1 Q7 « MOeWL A POR BALE 0*300 
lyjl Btatar rubber fair kaaibe. tnd 
i*nbsto(*ry New baOayr larinki i|ntUwa 
and tew kJIk )3sa Cart* Rnad (wmar 
af EacTte *. batar* I p m ar after 3 pm 

|Q*g P03rrlAC~RrLVBR fmkKAK 4- 
lyAO daav eedat. beaiev Only drtvan 
t Mg mUrn SRawrawm ewiMitlMt Win 
lake truda far IMI eadan wr ca>h. kl 3S3 
S rm Ml Wharf 

1070 irncK SEDAN rpkHal- w^ 

iy<jy Mr*# ufR*w«*TT mute radte, 
* • 4 Raa««g abweUeei -andiltaa 31 S3X 
(aah Pbart* R 3?t3 b*«wv*a 1 I' 



« PmCt». ItTOItER HALLS 



M FLATS ANb APAHTMKNTS 
HAMTtO 



JUST 5 DAYS AWAY 



cnEYRnLET rr.ACN POR BALK 
Whal aflara* 1 4313 



TO HENT 



FRAMES! 

CAR — TRUCK — BUS 

ar* eanfRpad la ttraigfMaa ant ewa 
traniaad wrmnanahip by eklilad 
•hanie* with yean af aawrtenew 



Dnfuralahad 
ewa SbdnwT 



STANDARD VANGUARD 



JON£S BROS 

BALM DEPT 



A partment wanted trrss or 
faur e*nm* ar duple* 4|«iei earafui 
■tedte-arad eauk to permanent Raa 314S 

Catenu. Pbane B *331 

( xOVPLE~ WITH <1^ CtULDREH T aA 
- 13 eaart fram SnwiUnd raguir* | av 

3 fb*m tuH* aa emaH b**eae fag rani Bu ' 

3311. eaten*#* 

D aVERATSLV HH El iEB ^APARTMUTT 
ae gupla*. preTerabiy unfutniabad. 
frwwad fteivr av al*v*»nr Watorng dutmira. 



WILSON MOTORS. 

Ywwt CbwvrMat Daalar 
lATHi AT QUADfU 



\ E'ORKrNCl REOUrrERSO R 0 B • t 

, nwe -mad ear rn» .c*n*pnrtei*aa 

Cath riAAl 

i RT~ oooo ORRU Van wanted 
-M b )3irn ar katae pealatvad ttWI. 

/'kRR’AND TRUCKR M Aap OauSIMaR, 
^ asnted 4m wrarkla* Ram **U prvw 
MM wNhawk dteay P»e4* *f aP kfnd* foe 
Mia W Prank Cbavaran ••) Ytew Basil. 



3)3 YATM RTHaVT 

JOHN MESTON CO . LTD 

BIAS) DM 



WlUYS 



LOUIS NELSON LTD. 

RAteav.Praaa* and RfttMR RteM 



1333 HAW AURASHAOOkI REDAN fwr ttS3 R l3 Tl | 

IP33 POWTUC AkEERlCAN kdODEL SKMlN tOOO • - CTUEDm t-PASREROn; 

Em IRa lyjy Rums O i m i. aamNtaia wvugRaul 

NEW MORRIS CARS ob» %mm iim PRaw.' 

New Lew Priam Nww ta Effea* . 1 

VICTORIA SUPER :ERVICE 

STATION. LTD. !r?S i 



AUTO PAIKTIN6 AM> 

U^HOLSTFQiNG 



MASTERS MOTOR CO . LTD 

Ilk VIEW NTRRBT PRONE t U41 



•aODRA A PGittP WICEVP PK- # m « e 

UYERV Rmte • unaMMaUaw >263 

MASTERS MOTOR CO.. LTD 



WOHnSRPUl BUT' EES THIS INI 
Merrtirv fnut-SaNr telan today Hsdi 
immeklAialy lAM ** — rR— RaaK 



1946 


sTYLEEiArr^ Rsrr oonin- 

linn Mua4 b* *aid o T31k 


1926' 


pontiac rale or trade por 

Model A ana ra*h O IIM 


1949 


k40NARcff “TWoTpi5oR. AR^ 

aniuiely brand new B liaS 


1949 


MERCURY “clue r OfTPE — 
Stand new Phene R 4113 


1948 


FORD BU8TNmRR~COUPSr| gu 
•n.iee Phone R *13) 




THE DAILY COLONIST. VICn'ORIA, B.C« SUNDAY. AUGUST 15 . 1048 



m AUTOMOBILCH AND TirCKS 

WAimD 

I V4jrnD - LATv Mocm. caa. m- u 
* * (w * WUI Mf M» »rtc* 



,r BOATS AND LAt'NCHU |7S BUSINESS OrBOBTUNITlBS iTI BCSINBM OrrOBTUNTTIEB iH BUSINESS OrTOBTUNTTIXS 



t VAimD •> OHB ^rniBS-TOM TBOCX. 

m Mr but. atM bt >w 

aoUl «a 4 fMd r»cUM 4>to, D1 CM 
aMMU BlfUt f bMM s rail 

tt’AKTBU To AAJ*T— CAB OAJUOB M 
** MMUt UMt a Mif B<n H4I 
CMmiIM 

VS’abtkUoooo uin moo& cbb. 
** CM M ll.lM uM> BbtM B nu 

V\ ’ABTSD ~^0-TOB TBVl^ tmOSB 
*> Mr IkMtt ItM M MOdtl BOM 

U ~ANTEI>~ l»iA^l*M~~CAB~ ALL 'cAAM' 
rboM BUH 

Iqj^^AOTO WAirm>~0«U~VM 
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I roo m far tupantto* Roakt ihoo an ag- , itii^rrN 

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jlneotlmtni XO-JlA/ 

I Mr full dtlaiu af ihttt terlutteg liMlngg. ’ 

, eoaault Mt Barnnftan. B 4884 



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y%l»o* la Ool Say tram H OM to 4H.4M. * A?m hoM tot om 

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Your luting* vUl bo groaUy oapranatog 444 Yeier Sirrat Fhant 14413 

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LISTINGS j A BUPBBB NBW NOURt 4 tparlowt Tpamt. 

la Uia loett* lakt Hill dltlrlal All new 
Ron Lite It totk tgain and reguirm tm- homta an Iht eiraet Thu U e fine pier# 
medieie utlingt la (bate artaa Pa* m u«* end thu it e fin* hrant o*K 

prompt eeUan phent him tetnlapt ai ' FLOORS IN AIX ROOkfB SEE IT r9v»r<- 

B 9314 ar durlag (ha dar at .ton na afitrt $ 1 0 500 

Aei tor Mr RuttoU CalgulM 14A9 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES vallance r eawter ltd 

i TPl O 3NI Tit Brnudhto* bUII 



•14 VIEW ET 



LANGLEY REALTY CO 

3I4-I1 CENTRAL BLOO . VIEW ST 



THE BtONXT REALTY 
Oppotiu tlM BO.. Btdaay 



tng larft t*Nt tumoeer Tvo-raom 
Iteing guartotA BrVe far ttrak, ogulp* 
jranl aad fUlurat 



Locoted in One of the Mott 

POpulOf Up-l»lond SummSf Plrara .H for M* Tr.un.etra- m^tTr UjUnV,- 

bungaloo iraaiM riota u tttoa? Room •" prompt gcUon phont him tetnlapt a 

for tipantlan by iniiAlUag Coffra Bar RaarirtA .............. B 9314 or durlu Iha dat at 

An idaal banw otth a gond totlnett ' «e»On» HAWKES FOSTER LTD * «ur pg mt uay gi 

'Ilf* '•-•■to‘-‘"g etork W. .r, pnetiegod to efftr Ihit -.U-oon- ^ 

aad ogaipgaosi a « . •*'««♦« l-rpam guaai haitae. together vllhllkl* IX9DOIXB STRUT <near The Ray' i , DCRAOCDTAKJ UIAI kACC 

le D I to/raww J auracilee fuUy-maderp eoilaeet Ideal Bbaaa s 3141 Etauinge. Branng lao r tmDCK I VJiN, r1U/L/Vitj 



EXCLUSIVE 

ANCHORAGE APARTMENTS 

B*ur ouiie* altuelad al 314 Oatg* Rrmd 
with eaccIMni rweenue Braperte rpneUu 
H 144-11 froAlrat Amolt apart far an- 
other home Thtra-rno m tulle a*elleMej 
for itwner Terme a q e /V^ I 

errenged )03VAr 

Pirate aet far Me Trtunoetra- 



SteniAgt O 9444 



$5900 



4lt carmoreni 8i 



aad egulpeiwdi 
la 



22*4 aad repainiad Apr>f UM Pern 
broha Sirrat- Al Oak Say Braih<Hiet, Sun 

day be'vaen I and earn 



UP-ISLAND 



laMtiAg with gorfoourtoa et*o 
lanut prapoginan Bar furtSer 
) apply ti efrira 



Oopd ret- 
portUulbrA 



WANTED! 

QUADRA AND SAANICH 
LISTINGS 



raiton raug. baera fay eh.f1 and pronaller ^ tnxVrmm^ N hT 

■ _ LOANS BANDLBD 



.-BOOT CABIN rRUtSBR WITH RADIO 
J aad toilet t bunk* Jwi like pea. 
84 Bhpne B IM3 

I -FOOT SAlXRb*T~'iN ~VBRf FINi 
' randillon Radared to 3114 far gutek 



HCmSIT'U 13-CABXN 4UTO COURT tortudln. t.o ‘'kd. Will Jll a. . going eanrra. - 

to $i5,000'-^‘^er $9000 71 



tngpoetion and AppreeAt 



gala Bee BmlllA' Ban. i|4 Daoglag B 4131 

JJOWBOAT.~44# ^ iridO»«TRBAL * rr 

T^foot ~sL6a p .“VumTain owRiii 

I J iraeiPg o >M1 

n-FT rt.iNK*R . Bun?r~ ia6inkOAT~oi 



NYlJlND. TROMAB * CALLtR I 

414 VeiM BUott B 1311 • B 4119 

WE RAVE THE FOLLOWINQ 

auaiNBIISBS BOR BALB 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. | 

^ 11311 OOtMLAB ST BHOHS B IMl -CKlRTtNO OOOOB AND BtCTCLB SNOB 

vi(h long itaet Urge beauty parlar. 



era aao aitrartiyt borne rat avaer 
Alea plar final 4nd Ha parar Iwraka 
•le arrui of prppertp B a C PVfVn 
Brtra on term* $4 D,UUvJ 

•** Mr Boutkey-Era* 8 9IS4 



$ 4^000 p R brown & SONS 
i LIMITED 



E HEATH 



1444 OOVBRNMBNT rTREST 



aouscs rom salr 



MR BAMILV MAN 



41.4M CASR RAMOLBB 

A OOOD 4-RrX>M RUHOALOW NICE 
dliuicL eloao to irAntpoTtoUon. Lot 
IMu IM ft Fuil nriao P^/nn 

•Alp $3oUU 

Tou vlli hoy* to b«ury lor ihle loyelv 
Un-v*Ar-«M erUl.'Ort BUNOALOW Four 
room* fun baeenrani and HA rurnor* 
iMatod on traaapnriauan noar ehoBW'to 



\ NO IN THE CHOICE BART OF FAUk- , rentre 

field a* offer you ihu lovely l-ood- TODATE BBNT BUT AT 



CKiB-nNO OOOOB AND tICTCLB BNOP G LLESP E HART 

vith long Itaet Urge baauiy parlar. ' 

eery gong laeatlan. ptrad lorae Oracery aad JL CCi I TO 

eacifmtKmery itaiea from 44.144 to I144M '■* wi ira 

a not pf ivun gii rout fr bwonb c 



lull broad 



FHOHB O Till Real Balai* 



A FIRST MORTOAOB LOAN 



y grad ibapt and gnod aare. t«e E 4144 Ftifate ru»4t Wt bev* tumt tram 43 400 |g^ 

— TT^^mTm .......... I1404 gyallaW# f« gond fMldoudal i aariaku iBnA, 

7'*^ ^*^*i'*«f*'”*" *B,arqpa/tiM or bulidorr waat lUpaymtni L„ V,, 

/ new 411 g (VU . *■ luti Ineomt 



I BAfUNo nmoHV. in oood, 

Ito/Z MlPdIUon Whai oWert* 04444 I 



ATTENTION — FISHERMEN 
AND CAMP OWNERS 

SALE OF MASTERBILT 
BOATS 



I onlf. 14' r' 

Regulor 43T4 4B 
Bait Priw 



drab pindihMM 



GILLESPIE, HART 
& CO., LTD. 

•iiabUtbad Maw 1411 

OUT NTmarr bwonb oiui 

MONEY TO LOAN 



eery tong laaatlan. ptrad laaae Oracery and 
eacifmtKmery itaiea from Ik.ttk to 114 4M 
City Baiel. 93 roone thevinf a not af '|iun 
e maeih^lrdptral building, lav Inturaotb. 
414 040 Xlta Krantad batole from 494.4M 
ta 1114 404 Thret good apartmani W<*rki 
thovini I4C an ittteaimeyir rofitpieia 
portable lanndrr upli 44 Ud dly theatre 
far tale Two goad Up ttiand auto nruna 

NO BHONB INFORMATION 

Far Vloving lha Abate Braportiaa 

Ploaoe CVniuoi 

JEYLAND THOMAS R CAUXN 
414 Tatoe Biroat • UU • a am 

Mr /. MrNM 



RIORWAT DlKINO-BlMM AND 
OHOCBRT 8TORB 
BION NVr RTTURNS 



NliWr Bhanao B 4444 ar 



ai.p. totoi dtotrimlaalMg burar AU rooBM ora * IkM 

oiere fumk ,b« 1 in ruat-eiae# oapdltUm. Lnrga 2*7 grtmn^ 

SMI4 Herng-rOM*. dining pith buUuin noMnota. **•** ***^ ^ 



LOANS QUtCBLT ARRANOBD 41 "*«" RTTURNS 

$2 ) 0 00 IX i W B B I 1 N 1S RB B I RATES IN L* R/T B WITVATRO ON ISLAND HJOHWaT AND 

I OR BMALl AMOtTWn . gdlarant to a targe Itetnned prumlea* 



1 only. IB r. tun4*r« elhakar bulto. 

?y i!!.V **** tl 10 no nciOlcrwVMN <b L-U. IFn^ in a' fully egulMM and vauTraM^ 

Bato Bfton 9 I I U.W jj,j SLANWIARD WT BB04TB I U4! 'Mtod angeapttoa Ihnt h dntog *7/vV\ 

^ ... k to*l buetoraa Brtra B/VAAJ 

iJSi^r \Wm Zu*7!L $ 1 25.00 — - -« 

U riMBBR BROUKBR 

Iff bared fur tbbonrd ma i nra. rag nko UMALL INYEBTORB, BLBABB N OT R - 

eompMe Pi(h rare uB PaLLSD rirnmn i '** *toir money to worl Mk our aora- 

. «« ,r »■ -M...™. h, 1^000 r:.v..r 2 K,i'K tissmrJiT m 

■ulbotrd #4 (Wing Rofulnr mn/i “Timiii imt tntamav vriia. giTiito bhana numbor. to 

imab Bala Brtra $yU.QU ■ — ^ ffra ••••’ Colon mi 

Batoo toa uptn on ohora priraa •USINt.HS OPrORTirNimS WALS'^WO SWEATER RNTTTI940 M A 

. - . . ^ ehtnaa. ona part and oue Jacuaard 

vn WWT FfRSr AVI VANCOUVBR 4 SNOriATI TOWRSBIB WITH U MAJOR ISl***™**^ *2!’ •*•* 

- --- ^ CUnarHa. Mtonnkrtaa ihro^ ana in- ***** rnm proke SirraL 

•raora rnirenraM yara vtotnyp t m Tym-Connda Marra Ra|u (.eMALL AUTO COURT g-ROObf STDCOD 

^ — •I4 4 Conlrnl Bum Bhatm O Ul3 - 

. „rtna» . ’ \\***'TTNO TO FtErRABt OBNTIR- 

VJPh/ri CB DB/%* fparaBaPY i (4000 4-ROOM ROUBB AND BUSl ,\l .. - 



OR BldAU AMOUNTS 

HEISTERMAN & CO. 



Alao eteeraJ a«to tauru TEio la an ap- 
portuhity far aa aaparlap«ad anupla to 
ipvpat to a fnlty egulgfiad and waU-agtab- 
IMdtod anaarptlM ihat M dotod a^/\ev/i 



BOX 4143. COL O N IS T 



UMALL INYEBTORB. BLBABB NOTE— 
But yaur mooay to worl to our aora- 



I FORT BT BWONB O 1141 

Uambor* M lEe HaaJ Bbtato Brant ml 
Vkrtorto. BC 



WINDING UP 
SALE 

OF 

APARTMENT HOUSE 

WONDBRFULLT LOCATED 
BNCrwiNU 44B 
BAFT TERMS 



E. M. LEVY 

Earrtoaig. Eto 
BBamra 0 404 - 04V44 



GENERAL STORE. ETC 

IW M1LBE FROM CTTY CSNTRB 



' — — _ I .9 ***• F/mr ar raui- , rantra &cr\r\f\ 

I lAAlTFPi ••• FHONS BH44 t* field •• afftr you IhU laveiy 4-oo4- TOOATE BENT BUT AT $j(JUU 

L.I/VW I LU/ I Inguranra femU? hauM that wiU pieaee (ha i . „ . . 

till BROAD antSST FROtr* n Tivi v^i n.1.1- «... moai diotrimlaalMg buvar All rooBM era 4 look TTDf-RCKRI ROOER rjora i*i- 

mt unoAD BTUST F(fO*r* Q Till |Raol Sala(» Noitry FuMk „ nrgt-eiai# oopdltUm. l^rgp **to Dcmodt with ticraori tod IruM 1/t*t 

Vlawr BBantu B 4444 ar SMI4 lleftig-rppm, dining with bulU-ln aoMnota. *** ** **k^ handlra <XCAA 

^ ^ weraear oraia rabtnai kluhon fatl boaemant; rank $03UU 

K'-;*'- rrst 

NEWSTEAD'S $8450 $8000 

GENERAL STORE, ETC rtOBS-tN OOROB , bomb L0CAT044R REALTV CO 

DCAT IKICI ATI^14wl IW M11RB FROM CITY CSNTRB AND WB INVITE YOU TO CHBCB build-. ^ W9*aelar 141 Canirnl B>dg 

BtAl INELATION *’* mil* rmagg rail CBirrnu melartole and rraalrwrlhin of thu FBono 0 014 BaeidaM# O Ui4 

VA/ITLJ DCAi ccT'bTc Orocortog bordwAra and 4 aolf-omtoined kimoat naw tooeMue etoera epngle/ra 

WUn KCAL col Alt enltaa Turporcf gtd 444 par year Nett Uving-rooto 14 a 14, maaiar bedroom | — -■ -■ . ■ 

TSi. ..II - . ... 14 par wot oo Ipyoatmefit Ezrtlltni loaa- •• » 1> MMdIum bodroam lorga klicitani 

Z2iL? *• *^ pro- ^ fa*utai Appiy with nonk 4-pOt Fembroba bolh Full A 4 R004d BUNOALOW ON THE BBNT 

iratlM agalntf lufUuau boramaot drteo-lb garaga Barlv paaora- gtraat in FelrfioU Tbia It betnd raw 

^v*tod at . BO-iJW Non ^ W70RA k»d aan ba flniibod to auli ibo loeky pwr- 

Brinaing to an torom of 4« Por toraiU. HEISTERAAAN & CO 5/Y^U e^ Ter*, artoitood ,70^0 

Marta* lha mato ftoor for mr own «ra * ' Lr\/wwiiN o S«S/. Frtea >/0;3U 

25? *22?— Jm? *£— — f?I> 22^' BLANBEARO WTRSBT B 4141 rtOEB IN B pat M aHr elaan 4-roato bwn- H • l-bodroora aami-baPtalov In Iba 

. *7* ...*?* f“*^ IJ*n*g-raam wh* ftraplaea Twa **•»“•*" dMiflai. Ortve-to gniUta loll 

to lUt I t 4 arrat r-f (aaaly parkland If badraooM. eoMnet UUhan Beort- -Mrameni Atfiamallt gat ho< eralar THIS 

"• 'toi gomi aaodlttoo If yp* era a;»»*’»*t IS VERT NEAT AND <TBAN A 
RWara ran ua a* ypor aariiaa* mneanianea /-r»/*i/-rrnxx j TFanr\rn*< Bon a tonai thto It Okw boura lor yon et 'k*' fomiiy hoM, Uifn Wee inrpt roama. 

l3KlJ(_cKY and I cAKCXJM Ubm a*a aWa era laera M aiih (k> OO 4 ulrlat Mraal handy to «>F-e«#<k 



NEWSTEAD'S 

BEAT INFLATION 
WITH REAL ESTATE 



s::rjfi.:: ZtTts: jl heisterman &*co. 

Thie borae bae na tndteidunlttr M IM ItBl BLANEEARO WTRSBT Bt 

I own Sartutian BouMIfg) rtow LMtoo 
ito IMt I 14 oerra /-f tavely parkland If 
, thle nr ago n y maeu ynur raguiramanto 
•Mato rail ua a* roor aartlaa* rraeanlanea _ _ 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 



/-ri/*i/*F^nxx J YFanr\rn*« rararaiar raw w raw ooura rar yon ee laxMF noota, «i|n niee larpa rrama. 

GKCX-CKY ond TEAROOM Uno aro onl? 194 Large M4 vlib iba *•« * VnMI mraal handy to a/CAA 

. _ knot of aolL fruit irora Baa IBM today teOrala and boa Brtra >03UU 



■ Ikrady Buaapara. torronalng aa/b moniB 
iCIaao to Iwvu Ibw alaow Urlglrl auru hat 



EOTAI. OAB — 4E 444 DOWN 



■▼144 Mara i 
-madtato 



.1 liylnd-duareara. lo* ywnk and WBLL OONBTROCTBD 4-ROOM ttOMK AUTO 

Btorkfc^ Ml rannu oto !>■ I* * r***'*^ -*••(* Onod to*.. 

’ '5!??S?-oraAU-E im KS STL SeJS* 

^ 'VLL FRfCB OirLT >OOUUj VALLANCE • SAWYER LTD 

ffTlU BBTATV >l^ LAJCB EEA VIEW lo NBl m ErowgBlon M O Olt 

AND WITH ONLY 44 444 yon non miTi to — _ 

rutone aatood MJ444 for irLOEE TO BUS AND STORBE TBM B oorVi «yui traMneT ami Brar raM^t 

OOO. WARM EOIIBR fra CUr Fn*parto •••*- ■itto-ln ffpeage rato t u ra a n , I 

. Bath to* bout* to VV- Bhoma Mr hIMtonMd B 1448 kcra M4 aw bigkwof. l-raHo tartto Brtra 

fltg Lrto* Royal Oub M.1M _ 34,144 taali Ea ipraki Ron. 4444 

INOB DHTOod^ffTCMB "•Mre CokoMM «1l 

d gaofHa wHb roaoa for E ISU EALLMANX * CD E 14tl A ** •’°® M9f1WI*f4 FOto A BOltadER 
warawt nrwpony Owirar - ^mmUml BwBdtog AM Vko* Bkewot Lt, g-,**'*^^*- **** **/ tor pmoaod 



Offere r o n atdteod 

AUTO OAMB ABO OEOCERT ffTOglB 



3133 44 EoM Brtra 



$ 90,001 



BuiBta t DotoUi B I 
EBB TEIE BOOH 



i^ALB- ^O SWBATBR KNTTTINO MA -Ybit U an ouKtondlng buy Lurga bdlMl 
«ani— a— aau a— J..— ..a I wUh 4 ROOkdB a«4 hath otoa 4-M1C 



CITY GROCERY 
$900 MONTHLY GROSS 
5-ROOM FAMILY HOME 

a U an auKiandIng buy Lurga bdlMlwf 
b 4 R 004E3 mmd both pkra 4-ROOM 



W4 WENT FtRBY ATB YANCOUVEE 
BEgna Bllyraank >adi 



- - . . ~ ehtnaa. awe part aod arm Jacuaard Jl*** < k* «f 

iEOriATE TOUBBBIBWITE U MAJOR g****— . «*« ’ ■v^**** tomi g^SUTtottuI. I^llld 

CUaarHa. todnPkrtaa rhrvMb ana ip. »*• Bora Prokt EtrraL mnrrC2i?*rii^ 

nsr™.Tir‘a.iLru” 5 ‘ ■- - T.r~." 



widBae to ratiru 



VOGLER BROS SEACRAR 

44 to 14 0 Inboard tawae ffagto 
Erato of AB Trsto EwOl to OaBra 
till DOUOLAB wr. tMi: 



(4000 l-EtXNd BOUSE AND BUBl 



;H. a. ROBERTS LIMITED 

LUXURY APARTMENT 
BLOCK 

Oa ra euwd ' apd fulto tcmiraad to 
kSt mokaeg aiyli B atof aratitoil 
twitot ffi r wa t td ra a okaio tlkor 
•rifbfara Mara to TMa buMnraa 
baa 4wM Wrawins • atraakptorM 
pru4H aNioa iiMlnilin omd tt an 
i rimlirat opportwnHy fa* gtauioali 



' H A. ROBERTS LTD 

1111 DOUOLAB BTltXWT -Opw Tba Bay 

I 'VB COVES E Rmas Colombia' 



H KXcmAnQ%> atM. bbtati 



Ukta 4-ranui 



F eXCRANoB LARUE EUtUnNO LOT Itao atow TWO ACE 
> rat/ Moral TMmte aatood ai MM. for irLOEE TO EUB AND 
ttoall acroara nrar Vietorto Oftora to- goad aalra to ilHt n 
•Hod Baa aria Cwtoomt BVU. FRICB 

F ^BCEANOE OOOD. WARM EOItoX far CUi 

^ OOO Aratoo. Bath to* hrawa to VV- Bfiona Mr H 

_^h|70 0 4^ Bto »-a- ar 

BX^ANOB DHYdOODB ETOtUl 

I e * Ibtwin a good gaofHa wHb roaoa for B 1413 BALXMAi 
{OTponaton far *aaraot giopti i y Oorai - m-^.. 



VALLANCE B ffAWYBR LTD 
1 m BrrasMra Bi o Olt 



n/ Lirrmot CAJvncm A " 

— -^Co.rara ^ ^ _ ___ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

V’OT^ TO RBAL ■TTATB AOBWTS - to aS 
• V In VtMDa proparto *• Vtrdtof Aap- ft»»4 ' 

mm M now itotod toiwgloaiy witli Varara Koadte 



BALLMANX * CD B lift A ** lOf*UKe FOto A BOlfldaR 

-ranro. BMMto. AM Vkra toraa. ^ 

_ woO-bulK. oaroetira b w galra. ooraMtins 

• AB EARLY BnNBBBEION OF OX- ** ***• n i ra akaag ion toa ood hoeh'oora. 
d. tol^ to 7". 4^ CokBto HW BO VI SC. 



*o« tunra n l. rrwM leara Nat Mr 4 TTRArTTVE Minnw 8T v rt T> Atig*. 

ek^mn Naor arm. raNoto a nd thoB | bungalow V14B larua wrdra ra 1 

•**2; y*-* **^ 7*** ^NiMia waf*otoraad wHb Tutf^ Sawara and 

abtoo Near Unfroerttg SebiM Brtra 
k. ftomk* o VOS 



Martin BCto.UA 



hapAlt BEara B 4YO 
OoCtoMAlr 88 amawiA 



4 




I 



THK DAlr.V COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY. AUGUST 15 . 1948 



n flotm roB tAU 

A MKioua TV amu.1 oak m*r w«r 

MM l-rnaai 

KitfJi*a Bium H««r -iriTTi 

l>.»M »««n PrtM M.*M Sa/iau tm 
M»n a ma 

A rouk-iiootc»~KouaB. al#o baiT 
• Ul M 4 | 0 «A. *04 ckMKM 

f*r« 4 ouM« pr«po«itlM Appia 

■Uo«*vUcti KaI 4 *« Km 4 KaAiUcKlM* 

* vot^fuwm KinLhu(a'«ij«n koy 
tp o»t l 4 T*«f tA*u l-rMM 

•U»ee* II 14 M Km MM CM- 

Mlkl 

A CLKAW. ATTKACrm cottaoi foii 



\ clba 
rwl 



IM *4 Mt »«< NItr naMra Appty ta 
Mri J a K»**m. K n I. ViMMrl*. B C 

A snc-Boou BOirOAtOW llABBMCIfT 

•no r«n>M« O«eot. MU Bm 4 Bt 



It BOUSBS worn SALE | 

pVM B*lA-CO«TBrtKimT •miATKD 

B m pu r««i« nun-i«MB Bmm hm 

••UKMMW. BM - 9 %tn railMM OMUOf 
MB i*uf JuM (AinolnB. oar*#* Om 
• partokMU n «*«i (U« «f BouM vttt «vni 
•nuane* Mo«m mm l»a *lMa >M It S 
IM a., p cina MW 04 Bm MM C«MnMV 

LVM bauT- KBVBNUB IK>UBB ~~BBVIN 
‘ tvMw t HMtAva raeiao at MO 

•anaili ] r*onM MvaatAlra far nwntr 
nil Bmiiiiii « 1 U> (nrnatt 

••• Larva IM •iita tnUf trara taiinadl- 
•<• M iaa a aaion M IM aM uraa Apply 
M* BfUiat BtraM | 

1 ,V)M BALK nvm-KOOM BTTVOOO BOB- 
a Baaamant anA r«r«B«* Tw* i 

>«U in aliruBa ia*ni aAO /r«ii l/aaa Praa- i 
a«l Mnar vaaM IIM U real fynni Biryar i 
(ar MX Mnitu 10 MO Bn aMn'O- plaaM i 



aoufu roa ialb 



I ■BQVUIAi.T 

I UdM Ba BaiA kr Aa«nat M. 
‘Biooaim Bouft-HooM btdcco bum 

AAiaa Ippr >••(« aU .AM tn^. ••• 
aallBiK oBBAJUan HarOaaaA flpart uJa 
«lnt arnad ipr raopa baaaaani aii* f»r- 
M«a. laM ann oara«a Klca larOta MaA- 
•cata iaaaa Oaaa M kaa ami ariwMtta and 
•ilaatad anaanAil naa Aawaa p^OCrt 
Poaaaaaiaa ana aaafc Jl / .J DU 



laiutfo toob sorrrABc tooobm 

I* U lurnuhM 0 -yaar-alA atuaea Ban- 
fmiom TBra* BrArooMa CnillaA lamitHra 
la •atnui I* yaari atO >uUr HaniaA 



I,Y>B BALB BT OWPBB AMD BUlUMnt 
* - Allra<-iitt laur-raaM aiaceo PunA** 

M«. Ian aaAraoM N W llaaf in Itaing- 
raana lUa Uaara to kiuban bath and 
UllUtT. laat-piara bathraaBi. laundry traya ‘ 
liraplara Opan BaturAar and Banaay' 



OAK BAT 

Muat Ba Sam by Aucuai )l 
MnM aiiraatiya. tow-appMrtna aaarra bun- 
tat to pirtura pardan. aacluAad by 
adaaa arid aaoiainUic tatobinattoo an- 
uaaea hall and tun rana. ■aod-iaad ila- 
inc-ruaa and ipaeiBaa Aininc-tooai all 
•Mb baaaUiuUi aaUhad H W tkidia. 
>At(« atain badroon t-pea Paabraka bath- 
irawAi. cabind kitrhaa An addlUonal aaaU 
IbaAioom Het-«aiat baating and aaparata 
liarair aaka thla an ideal hotaa lot a 
reOrM eaupta Ptahlnd U ba to a talari 
natihbarlutoA A* t rt 

Kadurad'to $ 10/000 



Borsss roB bale 



I PlAUnu OABXntBB * oo 

MV BcaUard BMlAtod O Tvai 

lOOvnuMji OAK BAT— OEuairmiL •- 

laaa buAdatop ntth J tui aiaml bad- 
raaaa larpa Utina-raaa. lull t«aa Alalni- 
,r»oa. larat kluhat. vtth 
(bathmaa tad t»arata tMlai Pali aaaMi 
JbaaatoaM vilb RA lamara and dnaa-tn 
Ifarao* Aatoaata< daaaUc pone/\ 

|KW PMl price $8950 

I Caab radulrad. M 4 TI. balanca aa raM 

| p*y A new BOWB-PairltMd duuiai. d- 
'ttoa nuaaa *lih aaaryUiiia dp-td-tha- 
|*'otoe Hoi dtote nniAbad Tpa badroeat. i 
[fall ranani baaaaant. att • 



■iOVBBS rOE SALE 



■Ol'EEE FOE BALE 



€OOAA~*** Partly - aMptotad ' • I 

H. A. ROBERTS LIMITED 



$3700 



$9750 



Prantoat Mr Tabto. B l«TV 



OOCTR OP TH* AVtWUK MAK BBA. AN 
‘ N M A k-roaa a(uaaii bunaaiob, taaiu 
to IMl l^rfa hall. Ualni-rMta. firaplace 



elaaa anoduinn NMa tacaiMM tm aaio li'®* FAUK ATTKACTTVl POUK-ROOM I baaainatii laraga Coacaalad tuirraaa. I buadatob. vitb foU baaaaaai aad 

biahvay ipo aila froa Panuetdp 1C * aiunr raoa. Pca-I aaiaia and inturanea A«ani badrooa upauiri A»rtkt Lotely baaeh. TTiu it a 

IIAtM path balanep (ttAMB/ crap par- 1 baihroaa atiarhad cataca. (hirbanlidSk Dauflaa B* Btdll’^'^* >*rdan Pnra ^WDU ***** I** tba petca aabad 

•ante Bo. MPO CatodUt . »*«'*>•• ■ B C B«,nan I P C yCA-K* -• -»* TM bandto. thA B- 

PAJiAN BAT IPriaa. la bM Pho«M Albinn tUO I **■ Cnarinay Otfiea dVrtoi^^pDU raoa. l-at«rr aaral-bunnalcv I 

lyKAOTTn'T WAPROWT PKOPBRTY -IUBT nwiSHBO ^ OP* Poet Offwp tvantodt, O ilM K'«*» J» *>«roid roof Poll <aaeni baM-1 

■»\ ftoi of •aterlriNii and bre-rana hOMte J< *IKP**»^ NtW COSIBST FOOH-, lAOV* KliiHT IN Beparate rarata A food bar 

OMM.il Pr.pa»7MB BokVMA ^ „ lnt«i«l.ai; po„e«,«o 1*» r-,^* lornaoe liOZUU bunfala* and thraa ntea IbU > 

Chandlrr Birtel Phnir BlIMt Hrtnt-Si^ ‘ ** **• •BopPU.d eentra I V*** *• *® • *atirad eatiplel 

TyRBrrWimb uriMK in niMACULATT . • - -s. — . MM .-ifT" V/*P • *Mfd- and irantportat.M OooA ditUtoi Kn- *•*•* ***>• Mit ol tarden and frbli b. i 

i » nndition Cloaa ta vaiar Many BALE W OOOO DIKTKICT. PlVB- JT.h depjtaled tnHde poi Vacani paaa^ eludM to prtca It an all tiora and ncB tract 



i.p<J/l.A/f iNo • ttnry bnuM. Caitld ba ' 
I a food raeaeue prnp^liaa. ' BoMa laran 

I Ml -Thraa-roaat baafatoo 
#DODU and aUUty rboat. Tlitaa pta<t 
Ibatb daparate t*rate Oaod tot. tow lasae 

[Oorta dltwiet. “ 

iPjQ/yH-Ka tap— Partly oaMplatnd k- 
;J^OUU rawto buntatotr. ailuaiad •• 
jarar aa brtb al Uod PuO watoict baao 
.niani Cappai ptpin« Utfanphoat- WiU Mka 
a baauUlsI plana wbca ttopplaMd Caal 
Btora to baMMeni bow 

A M Mea- r aaw wblia aM- 
loa buncalew Part baeaMaol 
Oruni fttroaca Adtotoind A*raie Oarae 
dtotrtct. 

vv A rmKPRoirr AUB 
—Bo IM-AI Aeraa af btdnway 



CADBORO BAY— HALF ACRE 

Kara yaar owa pnrata park ^ 

Hearty ‘paw eadar tbaka bnoda- 
loo Urae Vflof-rbOM wtlh lira- . 

placa. a nna badfwa. 4 -pca Pbai- I 

braba batoroont, ecMibtnauaa Ut- 
ahan dtoriia vary boa wttb Ara- 
Tk. ftoora Tbit It a rary aiiraa- 
tira bunpaiow with aak Ownra aad 
•any k«l)c-to ItaturM lor rpn 
raniaftra and ebtofnit PuU tewent 
baaaaaeni with pipad luruara 
driTt-to (aracr ni> hnU-aart tot. 
partly rlearad. partly COnCA 
Unad Pbil prtPo «oZOU 

ipi VM caab wtn hanlia ■ 

Plaaaa atk for Mr Banka 

Brat B IMl i 



to M VM for a dumk tale Batrat OWNKK -k-KOOM »PNOA- tXOAA-*** MV -Cnta 4 -rsocaed aiucco 

lb II lOMediaia poatottiao I**, til rorM aaiiina^ KkMment- lamacc ktra«e'? 9 ^^^ bMn»ala« and Ihraa nlea toU I 

Irr Birtrl Phnir BlIMt Hrtnt-rn^ ‘ ** **• Ktoppuid centre ! V*** *• *® P^*** • «atirad eatiplel 

• - . Jr™ •'*“ I'rrpltea end hard* and irantportat.on OooA Ra- ***** warn tola of tarden and Irkli u. i 



i » cPBdition Clooe to wtior Many ™ OOO® DUTTKICT. 'IT*- wTih"MdeISf?“b..S"**'fr,'^Tl-‘ *T* drpJtaled InHde poi Var.ant paaaat- I*,**®*® “ *«« *• •“ •“ **•*• •»* ntotracl 

bam-tn reaiurat k«Ple water Oer- * .rtowt hoate wltb la*#e kaaetoem IWK- tot “** '*•'*" pttone «Maa burn far tlUa 

T>RAND PflW MODIRH OAK BAT •« kitchen Ve«a'»f > ^rMo ’^lOtJ Puf ' — ! 5 ll. KOOMB AND ROKT ACRKa M kOO (ZXAA O'*— M *M It 

I* hoto* o* fit* rooPM and ulliUy, * xna aaiw n« \fODKRN ROMC k ROOMS DOWN a .... .''^^*^ 1 **’. ®**^ •*** ”iher buiidiiiAa I^OOL'U handle tbia fiao-rooai buntalaa 



Phnno O S»M 



threc-roap) ke 
knd toilet pru 



H UTLDIBn _ . 

••’tiro and hpute '•mtmien «i«iatad| 0 ‘'**'* poMewion M dM Bot Mil Coionit’ 

Ce ntral B annirJ . Phun. Catoulta ft R | t •JVE-ROCM THRRB-BEDROOU BUN 

I I OALOW - PurnUhed or anfurmahait 
Batemani lurnor* kartk* Etpcilenl rma- 
dilion Ik Ban J«ar 

t tai. t.'l'KITlBHeD COTTAOB UM BKAirat WT/B 



pip- tton Apply tikt Palaar Road p 4 >pat ^***00 huriy foe ttUa bna. 
ro-tol»kk itSMcatb p^rmt ...... ^ 

rrma — . BKCX.DBXTB BPBCIAL 

SjWt ROOMS AND ROKT ACRKa '«« MO CXXAA 0 » OrPIK-Na. M 7 — kf .MB to 

•w • _ Ftvu ^ra Erwi M(hty buiiain^i | 500 v*VJ b*odit IhU bunMl«« i 

rL_. LJL.^! *''**’ l®***’*^ **“fbi Ook l«.|Bltn htU bataseuL locatod la boat pare of' 
^ Mllfl 6 POR quick ' ^'**'•*‘1 few Durold roof tatra roo» ' 

ALc Pkli lATormollon available froM'lB batemoni k 4 f par Baoih «d the balakee ' 



1 fit* rooPM ond ulllUy, a'.n , «rs_ oai* Ktt . \fODKRN ROMC k ROOkiB Dmnu t _ miu trtaa. bam anA itiher buildioda W 

ket*»*n( eulU wtih ahowvr |r^* OWKRR OOOO •-ROOM,.tJ „ _ _ r*!^* OOW^ 3 karate Ripb loeaUon, Ru*u Oak !•- w, 

rUrllkOOO Boa ITkl Cotoniel * ■Idtok butjUow PIreolarc foU bate- •. *»|^, ^*y*f"* and aataot O^n wtedlaie petartuon PRiriO POR QUi<St 

- *•«* *•««• *-•**»««» Mr... Viioin^ iJL* infortMUon a.t^Ue rJ^to 

lIXM. BUAaBIK Aiit' • ocfo with fruit ireet and cbirkew houtet *T.f. 9 '‘P“ ® *“* Owudlae llekkea ai I 3 k 41 ar Ollld' 

and hn»(»# '•mtertlon •Hualad!®'**** pnaaoaaion I 4 AM Boa Mil Oolonit* Af UBTBIXL k-BOOM l-YRAH-OU) BtfH- !J***** _ I 

tilrj . Phun* cotoulta ft R | tviVE-ROCM TnREX-BXDROriU BUfi 1 1 ,,.**'"*’ Maement tmiAct rAtb and ^lONEV- BACRlnCX PCvn~QlTi«Te ~nat J !* 

1 I OALOW - PurnUhed or onfurmahod **^^“** Reatanahle pnre Ikkt HUlalde na» 4 -rkuni atuecw oottaea with hath'i 



•ndkt f « k^OORt • CO- ! 

bJlDNET- BACRinCX POR~QlTI« ~nat J !*”** •« Johnaoo It t M«} 

* na» 4 -rkuni atuecw oottat# with hath - 1 Cteniodt. Call I 

Ar-trond. 0 M»-W Lari,k. BM»I 

Tikt l 4 /lh iGieraldne?" BATDROAT 



. uw eew. . ..-.he- onion T 9 94 A JMF * Amw/^At »ErfOOi>oinf |. } bmkt IfM OOELofflM - 

/'^MroRTABij mrero BimoAU)W' I I cotewooo irariAL 1^^, Afpu ref p^out nn wi iTAt o^iw all oav aathwhav 

' Uvir*f.tbn<r fikttrftomi. llUliUni COTTAOt <M BEACH 1*011 POCTH • BOOM BTVCCO BVHOA- l*tAh Butci. 

^50001 j ,,v, roc.M*D BUNOALOW PINLAY *•“ *>''«*»*«"* fa. rarioV rjiam;?J\«.„f 4 '" 7 !;A “S «. li » Cato Pour-rw-to kunpa- 

UtUK PAlRPtltn 1 ^ —n New Durald rbot Rni-wa;er wTirr^ a- t A 1 ''*.**7 inclfdad Heta around f«B m "**' I'rXM'rooa. f bedtouau kiubec 

r.M-ro-pi rr.rr.xe prr>perl 7 iB ri-e.'enl ^Ml WThal rrlftrtf Phnne B dkM WAROAIN AT UW pMpe ITkOk CbU O 4 ft», t.enin*. or **^•’*• 0 * 

- '•■eriur donklt plumkinf . v>r SaLI BAANtCH f.-UttK ri» AOJOIRINO COLWOOD OOLP UNRB 

»V.'e’^r.\.V.V ..a.TJSi* fSuVoir^^ - * « r*«k Hunkalow wUh baaemem TWO AND ONt-HAI.P ACRXB- Parklike «■*“ ®*TRICK BTVtrrr NEAR ATKNVt“ vo laiB-MkMC.h W.il t-.m a I— 

EC ^»OL/\J f *TYM^Ktxb 4 te ! nt#p 4 o ^ ^ MtlAr EE&ofoC# ieieof Iettf ClaK# lm kma Efi«t 

r V.I. ?? tunror.® OpUalr. tw.. bif hedroanu and la aarden wnb oaetuaiwp Rtilar PuU nr?*. “* •*** 5^700 

PA 1 RP 1 BLO 'Rh*liUi •S 5 L «f 2 r.?T 7 *^nLJ!i J®*M.ptoee iMihroan Ceoient bbetmant. wn tarf. hwttae m fiak Bar ^ « . iO/UU 

Ma foowi eeou kun«aiaw nnlr 3 btocki '*^M_ Pl tk-miio e iffie O MM ^ furnkce Layini bnua*. Mt 4 k. brooder »HM 0 or near wffer Owner tuil *V ?*’ Utl»*.rw#« with Orw- 

from the tea Hat hardwood ftoora fbll.l^'OB BALB — f-ROOM BCMMXR COT- "“**•• Tarina M.fM down, #*rnCA XiMAIK. c«Trran» *w riai il *wm>- • Md*oo«»a, larta rabtnet kit- 

,a. fumara I ra^^ •- *« 57950 ^ ^ 

^ _ A / J W hat P^nw O 74*4 _ MBA 4 CK 1 N ROAD Bkawtlfully aituatM I 4 « a Bonlh- »oa Itotaiy aeeludad traundt $6950 

OFP POOT, BAT ROAD l,'*OK BAl-K-BBYKN-ROOM ROC 8 B V >*«» POUll-BOOM BTCCCO a- •- xe./. y** CnlonUt n«B-Btoht roou full. raFr...h.a 

intnt nrk four.rtxk« bunfatow aituatad * M Bbrd«n JVkI Bataonah Aee BUNOALOW with cMNtk aD 4 UU Rett af awndltloo. Rareltost rmtlDf 

SSrn“\r;U'Ji hSl7ai5^mi7irf7rnr.V »*«** /ORILO KORPITAI. T« ^PIRB REALTY CO . LTD. *^‘*^ *“^* $6500 

nar... ...adLia S7350 /- 

BtOtnUALT DUP1 AV BAROAJnV $5825! nraR plRf^!!M‘2^rt..v.r*.r.. **>•••**• 



PA 1 RP 1 BLO 

Me rr>BM eeau- kunfatow nnly 3 btocBi 

from the tea Ha* hardwood ftoora fall 

heMinerir «aa fumaca d~rer\/\ 

PRiri $/DtK.) 



$ 12 r 600 J/OtfR . BOOUBTI BUNOALfyW POR i 



$3350 WILL HANDLE 

B-ttwr elaaa nearty-new 4 -rrwMb 
i-edat-thake baniatow Uvinf- 7 wo« 
with ttreplara. t nna badrowtM. 
tarva Rilcben tall bldh cwMeni 
baaeBent. aaiiabla lar attia bed- 
rwoB. piped furnace drite-to tar- 
.<•- corner tol. nan to park la new 
dietftel at fine hoaet. I btock troB 
bdt libBadtola BT^CA 

RooaeaMaa Pull prica D/ JDU 

Plena, ait lor Mr Banba 

Bteninn B MSI 

SOOKE 

WATERFRONT HOME 

CbtTtotot bUAdtIoa wf 4 ro-.nit 
plu* diniad pooa aad Pembrwba 
baibrocNB an I acTt of citoiee land 
about half rleared otib IfB feet 
waterlinni OTfiiDotlBA the taa 
and Olrnpirh Hei tratll fuaat 
cabtA. ttnaU ohirken houee tep- 
arau laraae Naw larfr well-huilt 
wharf Splendid Ik-foot boat with 
Wueonain enala* Oood tarden 
with fruit tree. Karejleni fithink 
and boauna Conttoieot loraimii 
Immediate patte^tua Term, ar- 
ranked Pull price ^ 
for duick tale knip « lUiUUU 
Plea>e Aik fur Mr. Kirke 
B*enlnti Calvullt 114 X 



I * tale, pear three beachtt bua. tioee 
Sheltered PIte-mlle circle n kSM 



fat fumaca C 7 CAA'* **f* > 'oia e 

W\A./|liaf Phone O V 4 k 4 

OFp POm. BAT ROAD L''OR'BAt-K-^BTI 



CTo»e W eta tad Mrfc mATrtrt 
Pull price $ 6 /uU 

Ha 331 -Oak Bay Utliw-reaB eitb Ore- 
pUee. I bedfoonu, tone rabtnet bit- 
cb*n. Ratament. furnaaa Oartpe 
Reit af eandmoa exocn 

Lataiy tecluded drauadt «OVDU 
No IlkR— Ctobt rooBA. fully furntthed 
Rett af awndltloo. breltost rmtina 
loeailon. within walkint # * caa 
dtataaea $ODUU 

tlCXNBBD PRKMTSE 8 



BllomMAl.T DUPLEX ~ . ..... AJOAJ NEAR PARUAMBNT BUILDINOB 

Opind-dawn duple, wub unahattweted II k.u, y_„ HEAR QUADRA - BAARKN '^pwo BDlTRa. fMMXDIATX POMIS- 

4 *. new RItuated wn laar tota wuh fruit oaiM POUR - ROOM SNAKE • PtHtaim bDW 7 ***** Thla la eirellant talM Bpottoatly 

tf— Pita fonikt with aon porch atimy llJ'* , . SAWW-Ltotaa-f^m «th ri«^ ■"'* to***»*«oh ntranteed^r ail 

raem and Mtnraoip an Bala flowr Tw*. TroUBKBOAT POX BALB KXrRU BKT ftoar kiuh^n tofortnatiito "ontaet P A Pita- 



Opand-dewn duple, wiib unahattweted tort* *ta** fm* imM***P^*a 

net new RUuated wn lawr toto with fruit OdiM ^ 

tf*— • Pit# ftmibt with aon porch atiliiy _ 

raem ,a &4 Mtofooib an Bala floor Tw*. TrouaKSOAT Pan salb Kxru.t vkt 



OPP OAV WAT AVWW 71 * ill®*** RKVEHUl - exodt n» 

_ _ O" **T AVRffD* I I 1 ewndleioe tow Utaa 

Ber*t »brmato*o a»-ra*B hemoa Lmot irwr>,p)cd Miai.a BJJTI 

rnoB dtolnc-rwoB aiul bllrhea dirwn J 

hedmora* up Rat battBani with foraace 

*tALS:t $ 5000 ' 



.tot- Mot. two bedrnwBA. four:pi;?. b.to- •,;S,'S;"*act ““ **l 

I ra*«; ewBeni baaaBaot »./ecvA ^ * 

Ibrick fttroaca 56 DUU| TKB SUPIRB* RBALTT CO. LTD 

OOROR - ■OBOKALZ )** PeBbertno Rldg lt< 4 ] 

Auractivn PIVl-ROOM BTDCCO I 

LOW - olaaa#d-to aanporcti litind * raeai| POR ■*» f BT OWNBR < 

witb fireplace. Preorb doon la dtotoi-, ru* bOAr-w nwrv* w-n* — . .i„.„ 
rwoB kitchen with tUed link two be"- ' DBIWt WITH SKA YfXW | 



RAW MTLL — OcMna eoncant thawint 
wooderfttl retanu | 

Office tnformalien 
H A HVMBKR. LTD 
dll View a*.. Ttrtoria. R.C. 

Aflac haura aalt Mr Rail, o lOM; 

Mr Qutoeey. O « 3«4 



OOROS-kk Mk CAJkR 
rxAR OLD rrocco bunqalow op 

I lately rooau and alliily Hat-wetai 



$67001 A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION 
ih%7t"k^:: WITH SEA VIEW 

Oartae If kOk only will handle Thie tary 
CXQCA, alUarUte fasllr reaiatnce at a 
^ 07 I laiae roowia torfudlni 4 bedrowdu. 
furntahad * tedudad larden ai and af Buiei 
tt renttne ' .treat Baten thla proewattlan ideal 
A .pA— ' for lha chlldrca Ch«lc« «f two 
SoDOO C*^ tcitoule wilhin a fee Binotai' 

I walk Otl-O-Mntu (tcailnt Aod 
I other mrtrlern appiunrat 

‘ - $10,500 



BOrtEE rOE KALE 



RANDALL'S 

UPLANDS 

SEAFRONT 

RarepUanatly • **11 - aMtdmctad 
bBB. With the ftoeti *l maieriolt 
•*. !*<«. ptaverty aloRee rithi to 
the water « add* fitlly ii-*ui*lad all 

C ie alkae wiwdowt OU-O Matir 
ttod Neadiaa* to m| tbU hwote 
naa Brand atBwaphaee and u 
tetieUy Bodem to eteey ret, wet 
with every cwBvenience that an« 
inuW with Viea by ^puintot*ni 

$ 35,000 

OAK BAY . 

Nkw k-roMM. tob-Atyie tJucca bun. 
-alua rr.u* 



• ell MtPaUUctod. aweiletoi'i roan 
and at a priee that make* it a 

r* $12,000 

Call Mr Bandt 
Bvunlbtt O IP 34 

OAK BAY 

Modem clurew bunfatow very rea- 
•onabit prtoad Larie Utib«-roMn 
With lireplape. dlnmi r-MB rab- 
Iwat kitchen and tuna*«ai | ** 4 - 
rowmt ala* braakfaet naea naae- 
meal lurnaee. ttiad* docAA 
Nice tot Prtoe $9500 



Walkina dut*«<-* to wwn and. 
bifh artuKl!. |Md k-ra*n buneaU* 
with ba«emeM and fumk'« AO 
rwamt a>e larfe and ih« bonaa 
It to etrelieni randi 

Um price $5500 

' Call Mr Olipbanr 

KvaainEi Q tJT* 

FERNWOOD DISTRICT 

Sldebi-elde duplet Bach uni> 
hae a larR. raom* ao# a l-nie.* 
bathraiMB Immediate weueMme 
of nwoer I tune Oeod ,im i*, 
CVite ta trhael and I'arut Thta 
wbuld make a aood heme .lev. 
ratenita Real v^« 

Ptiea $6300 



nOUKEK rOE KALB 



lAbwwt three yuan eld and tiiuaied •• a 

[ t*raw t eoBiaiautf many aew aoa untfarBiy 
tPM-tonktoa baiuwa Thla Butt attructiv* 
■NHA> t-rn*B atuecw buntttlnw with a 
lUrrarad lardea. }uat y*daci»raied inttda 
I and aui Houm eanaiMe af .Ball laceivint 
'ball aaMf-tuad Utma-reoB with <a»Mtr^ 
hnuh walla larie mndeio klicbar. nub 
larthaai taadlof ta dioetu t»aet wub 
ieari>ei *t,id««t. IBo BPOd-elaad bedraitot* 
iBito PeBkrakc hathraoB Pau cwBeni 
I kAkehieiii caniamind faraft hoi-alr piptd 
furnt'e Thu tt.tn .iraUeni WCVYCA 
buy •• lb* full price «f $ 7/50 



UPLANDS 



OPP fHjUrPDRO ATIRUB 



— . . w-..., « ti«v property wnh private beachea and' P'P*e mrnkce d*Tncn * necctoai? raquiriBenu id[r“^",‘"r* *rrepi*ee •*■ noort. 

Pat duirk aaU -Becludad k-ra*B bunau- twtmmin« pwoU lo prut ranee fr<iB<TAiea Ifk Price j/YDU *bake K a totely placu in Ute Rurtne hot wa'er hcata* add wired lor 

low Uvina-raMt. Uieb.n three bed- ITytM to fM OM Every eourtMy et- rafrlferator liutvded Com- bateBtni with fireplace, to- 

room* Bajemeni with earaae Ttttea ap- tendad la, ABerIcaa vBltart ROOMtHO ROUKK pletolp redrcortied to bively oaeui ealara UaeieuB and Vaiuuan blind. lhi*ueh- 

prutlB.uiy ltd Ttc told PtBbroke __ NatUne M'. .aaa R .hould be wen ta be aonrartaUd Lei ***' at OOO morteuf. to be aieuraM 

bathroM ^BMUU EADDD ARTHUR RIALTT POURT1XN ROOMR $6300 ■“ ***®* ** *® P«* Phwna owner O tOU b'uM ***** neareit aftari. Pbo«e 

pwaprtuoA PRICI 9**A\J\J Phoaaa o lan - o k»ao _ \ 

■ A RAIBV A ATV I*m * BNAPB ^P»N-ROOMKD HOUBX CLOBB fN, GOOD — 

.« j-ui.D..r. -,oj««.o.-or ~ *™< ">«» .r.u'ij”*,'.'!?; “.isT, sivstfr 1 'r™.”' 

■..ni... *a—. / ttJ^Boder* hoB* at a rmiB. Ciom Bleefi Bhuwtod *1 Plctumd ^MO O aiaa o«.wa«. n ^^^^.niranru ^ u.e ^ 

W Dalby. CM. 1 )^; t O Mortoy. aaail ineToom If Ki« 71 rt I*”***"- 1 “ ««TAaR Otc HAI>' pVib? i: 

<-^ 3 ^^ii-wAT^^ 

pE?^^a 4 .fM-?A«r¥liAN<-l-. 3 .fM I' If.!! tor/.y'JT^. ^SerT^f b^^ IHMKDIAT. P 06 BMM 10 N OP OorrMh 

tow 'I7?^a?r* m7 'T"k *?*!L f •kur M*~nt THBSX TWO HOMBR OkMAWDKLKT R TODRR RKALTT $ ] 2, 500*" il 

lew. auuuBkiic oU heat, bardwewd floor., ehaie to mad era oaam .m ,r.i .... aalnw on thalteted waur- 

5>woi». idM_M^ flMl BuUdina a am ^ C«nir»l YfW MOOKRN a-RinOM cruceo bun- \\ * ’**•" to ANNOONCI to OOR ^»^* * Bil*. from wwn Utelr aerden 

( J-ROOM ROTOALOW" ir TOu'ciii^~frRO TWi H^a rob •ir 7 *U ‘iod* Ihi ?*roXn„S“a 7 ‘‘.iJS“t «totoBet» eur NKwtfwri irwmaue* h 7 .V*biiS*m.i*t"aod a°*- 

wiii h!r.di! 7 *'iiV 7 i ?7 ***®*i ^ •*»>*• *M Kay EarU daaten JKf |»B. Bttdern itoma wU^M^Wtort le pBU ®T Me ^Uy inmlated Pieatc eonlaei 

TOO »«io- i'iioDraNl-«oo»iVtni. SufSTi. ..nlji ' IJI? *,<»;?.. »I;"O.AOOW» |i>.i' $3000 

tow kflcw •( $ 5200 ' aitorhad ■ JI*^**** tuba kunauluwa to the sty. •** ywar* aM I 

enr nomb and mcokn t AMia RAT - A wntv AACM 7 *.«. CeatoA r .4 I Lrw t 7 «*® MTkfl Apply] 



r BPBCIAUXR IN fltAPROKT AND BBA- fMm*. Ul.d balhrawB. Oarad* to kaee-. PtVI-ROOhf STUCCO BUNaALOWl»*«ud Many outttandiot fkaturae la- Ihrnuahaui a 
* flew property wnh private bea'het and* *•**• Plp *4 fttrifkce d*Tncn * bU the necrtaaiy requiriBenu w *i** 5 *,*^*?* ***** ***** lireptoee aoe floon. - baat feaiurea 



Madarn. epaooua coBfortable 
Lane livUiB-inaai *Hb flew wto- 
flowt dlpInf-r**lo BWdernieilt 
kluben and laundry A etudy 
dernraied in cr»i|v pine nlia 
pcunvinr Rrtor. Rovtpui r»aB n 
baeetoeni Ho. water heaiina ky 
Otl-O-Maue hot were? luOPlt, to 
•utamatir c*rhaar burner C-we 
celUnai and flunretcenl llihiioe 
Ihrnuahaui arK anlr tenM el the 



to price ranee fr<iB < Taiea Ifk Price 

» iVt^A '‘ I ROOMD.O ROUKB 

NeiUni M'. 



POURT 1 XN ROOMS 



a- / AAA *• •**“•••« be aeea U be apprac-iaUd Lei MM«»«»l»»e. to be ateuratd Puii 

$6300 “ ** to ypb Phrma owner. Ot 0 U(^Vl ***** ‘‘••'Mt aftari. Pbe«e 



a « DALBT * CO. LTD -- -- _ ^ ^ 

•34 Ttow at (Opr Bpenaer ti I a» 4 l TMMXDIATI POSBRSaiON Of THIB **• ■**■••* 

A ulira-Boder* boB« at • reoBe CVoaa Bgreefi 

« - Phona to actwoL ahnpptoc eentre and kua U»- w. 

W Dalby. CaL lltX^ t o Merley. O a 3 ll ine-rooB if • ' a IT r P ler tennl rum- "pb* Bi 

Pua room IT . IT. kitchen IS t 13 di 

( 40 MPORTABLB WATBRPKONT BOIfi 2 iV‘toi!dMtontnr**C« 3 r 

aecludlto •A!^?de**'afi MT*'^e*“‘ ■'*'•***” »**' Ihi* wlUaoai delac ^o*^«r 7 oSd . KMPIRI 

M 7 f ^cStewaT^' * * *** No aeenu Boi thu weak B U 44 No aaetrta pleaae 'tm Ptmbarien 

Timr - • 4 . 7 m“caM~BMjU»<' 1 ~ I 3 . 7 M I' MJaerT^f h^ JMMKDIA 

tow y.V**. bunea- r rauKMtel weur pceaent *r proepeettve pur- TMBS 



PAOK A BNAPB 

net Streai Phene B i 

Bgreear Shvwind *t Pictund 
Kpbc Sareaina to Vlrinria*' 



OdMKDlATB rOflatSSlON OP 
TMBSB TWO HOMBB 



PeMAWPELKT * TODSR REALTY 



[AMIS BAT 



A TBRV OOOO SIX 



■ ion r«cw ewea floer raveyint and bltnda ' Tl_ . : tivine- “"w rnvrrvai ai woiy ouya «ne of U»a, 

:;n Ine^M at to. ama^nely b"’ur..rA‘'r u!e"%tr rt"- 'y‘:^r. 

I CenWA C M flimmen. I ‘ $7550 ^ ^ ^"‘'1 



VXCBLlAffT lONE.ROOM BKMl HUN- rowB bunfatow ta which toe awncA nr* .naa^e 

A -4 pal«w. to apatlaM eandlUaa and to a Huy racuu and runt the «thar iwa SMPJRt HSALTT OO.. LTD AlBoai-new BTUCCO BUNGALOW at five e-KOOM BUNOALOW MrWLT PAINTED 

•end toeailae. alaee ta but line Baally baaaB.nt with new farnaea lutw Pemberton Side STttl ^ ®*** ***** Mate U city aaaire 1 3 Ogrutd roof PuU pluBbine (all haae- 

•wBveriad Into anilaa Doable plumblni. 'f?® ®*,***ll* earate Terr Mraly e*rden Beenlnaa ■ aaia baaemeat wiih SA to aQ roatM. menl with fumaca cioaa ta hua imm-. 

baewment famaca. aarace KZOCA "i? ?" ^ofhHdrt I. includad [af|v Uei^-racM and dlalns-rmm. r.ak-ldlata paaaataian at Vke caab kal 140 par 

moa.arten Tttrm. Pnee 56850 b^^-nlpu^^ ^W**^'** •ith TS . M*<M itod-lmonto pTl pnc.'Va Mk iSwa 

7 ** vaeani ao the new awnat ean da aa , . m/-i— .-y— n rwoma aivd fovr.ptaea man X idoa 1 

OOROB--OOOD tOCATlOH *>• Ukaa with tl Near toa am. uo a ntoe batbrocm Price $8200 S * . .. 

Plrwroam modem tm*mm bwneelew Ur- aommmmttmm tXA/V\ \ *^ BUNOALOW OH PATKU v-ROOM BTDCCO COTTAOK - PfRR. ' 

B|.roa« wiih fireplace Dtiiette Cahtnet Tbrma $OUUU b*«bway Hae fttur larie, OA* BAY Place J-ptoca bauiroom. alM a l-rpnm 

klichan TWO nite bedtowB*. l-plaaa bath- Special bur u tola tuUv fumuh-a .i... ,.?~~^,** 7 * ikree mpboard apace. u»a«. |Oak Bay Aeanaa bnae aoaaletalr rtdec- •'■'M aaiiadk. ii'e aeraa nice i.rdan 

rwim Swall raid and c*rdeia Abundanca iJaely dean home wi^n ^iieTn. *^' batoraom. flrmiace I ifm orated and to .patirM eo^ltton ihroueh- i ehtoken houae. tool 

uf fruiu oaraee Ctoae la wyorvA *nw M dewi^??n ito. tori-Ln* nln' li"?***^ rMW torouehout thla wmW aul New eeii»ni nSr to lui b.tooem Rca.anabl. Apply 4 MV BlenkiMap 

bu. and dare Pr.e. 56300 i,rnT^m'':rnTMto.I^,uh:S’?5d fii;: i*? - 

Call Mr BmiB K7* bathrowm dawn, and two very nice particular, or inaDacfian vaii^t *'*''*'*^ I nri^iiS 7* ^^** **j THRCT LAMB BKD-'a .^pa - POUR ROOMS CEMBNT 

AWd^ • *•*-*'«* batoroOB up **" ** »*u»«-roMp and dinini- room a j $4 /50 baaeme..: and furna« ^BLt 

_ BINBLIE worth INOTOH Pull hifb cement baaemaiic with furnace TRtr' 7RXXMAMB dandy batae for -aaaa uaraqs wrrM rwwwv-r^^WAAp^.i*;® 



OAK BAY 

A real a«od bur an ana af Oak 
Bar i aecluded •(reel* tAr.a lot 
pruil irtm. bemt. and wxCAA 
*hrub* Only jODUv 

6-ROOM HOUSE 
ONE-MILE CIRCLE 

TViU bouM ba* luai had e lam- 
Pleie lab of imertar decnralink 
dan. tnciuduif nnera aandad and 
bu’.eide freihl* painted There are 
k reama dirwn. I up all ipaciou* 
PuU cement ba*emeut piped fur- 
nate and aeparale laraae Onad 
tarden A vary aiiracttve bame to 
e fowd dliin.t M.Mk handle* 
Nae revanue poeviMlI- wcCAA 
tiaa Pull pMcv eODUU 

6-ROOM BUNGALOW 
FAIRFIELD 
REDUCED BY $3100 

Tht* tovelv .aciaded imhm u (a- 
aaiad in the kaiMr part ai Palr- 
fi.ld an aoe-ihita aerv nito a 
wonderful htuh view m a ruati^ 
totiina a home la ka proud af 
Dier. are 3 bedewem* ao ana ftoor 
and otbar daalrakl* feaiurea TTU* 
hmne muat be tuld at apu Da oat 
watt New OnD Ik PIS dawp 

$10,900 



CtoM to. nke kwatiah Real yaud 
k-room bunfatoe newly daoraled 
Pull ba*«meal farnare arid aat- 
afc iBOiedlate peavev^ofl Teime 
arranfed Would take kr ai part 

$5500 

Can Mr Rnbariton 

Svaainf*. I ka Tk 

JAMES BAY 

Ctoae lb ma and nark Oand* k- 
maa bunaatow with 1 bedroMae 
Newly deenrated Uirwudbnut BmaU 
tot boepUMal dJOAA 

mloa $4300 



Ralktok dUtonce faallr Name af 
T ronma with fbU ka*em«ni a »4 
fwrna-e 13,100 rath and balanr# 
at »4d pet maeib dCOA« 

PttU price $5oUU 

Call Mr Oriava 
Syeninge. B )Mf 



14 a real hncp.. .iiuatod on S acre at 
iuruiiant aarden TVto Rauac ekmain* an 
■ icepiM-naRy lac.. liVHia-rnpB a aucat- 
•toe dtninf rwem fooa «T*chen aiM bath- 



I*,** * “••»« PtoirnaB and 'ime *Ma.,e< 
vwdtaam rail rvBeni haaemeo' aad het - 
air piped lurnkre Tha fardeci rwnlalna 
laen*. fjip.ra ahruba many frvit tteea 
and a lerfc •e.eiable area There I* a 
fwod rhirke«i heiu* and run Thie |» an 
'** • **to’D TMumns' a 

•e -bulii hnme and a aaiTlea ehich will 
help repa with the preaen, hidh rw*i of 

' 4 viW *rd Ih. f .,11 pflre U dC^CAA 

•***T $9500 

BARGAIN 

MT TOLMIE AREA 

Owoere hav* fun luMrunad aa ta nffae 
ion itow and verv d*Udhir«| lanrh-tvna 
Mnninw at a areali* reduced prica Leva. 
7 Uv«^|-r'v^^l imall dlma| r*«B rt -al- 
Ian* kiifhan uiih laundr* tanin ay twa 
•h’cr.aia ncdrw-ima ann Pvmrimt* ka'h. 
raam Thii ii wnc al ibe baai wr have •••» 
a* ihu price Imrardiaie ^ , .aa 

PMtaealen $6400 

'Term* I 

CITY 

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 

^milr hnme af *i. tnem* Reevpuen hatL 
livinf -ee*«ai dinini-rwnee kiuhen. <wa 
kedraame down. 1 -picrc baihrnaB One 
!**Y* rnnin up Concealad etairwav p-,if 
batemcK, bM-alr piped furnace Ux'-dre 
• lib* and tati *4 Bepera'a yaraf* Unea 
Iw l•n•*lM<a>.*l• In- tow dwwn pavmeni nf 
II %M .c,n purer, laa a 

w'c. $5750 

RIGHT FROM ALL ANGLES 

Thla wall built fnur-'owmad bancalnw M 
beinf r*deca,a,ed Uifwufhvai Llonf. 
fnnm kttrhan tw* badreoma and 1 -eiaew 
baihntwm 

PULL rBWKNT BAAEMKNT 

HOT'AfH PURNACW 

BAAEMByrr OARAOt 

tXROE BI it MPN QABPCH 

down payment op only 03 km 

VArANT POR IMMSTHATB OmiPANCT 

^ $5250 

$5000 DOWN 

LOW MO ’ITHLY PAYMENTS 

Aw ncwnaiiv . 1 * room aami-bunaalaw to 
rtod ibcMton with Viw »r tn* ciarua 
water* TTiia i* a cam weM-bui<i hem* tw 
aplentftd cew.iinan and ha* * mealy nr. 
dan Pxll baaetneni with larav eumaot 
.roam Own^ witi .r-epl tow ea^ pavaveni 
and carry ih* mnrt.aa* htmeelf Purther 
partlruiara *i ihi* ame* 



GEORGE RANDALL 



lUdk DOTXILAB 



BROWN BROS. LTD. 

. rtatd tail, 

Vkt PONT n>BET PHONt B 1101 4 

® •••• Membara af Rea) Baiaie Nttard nf Ticiorl* 



"HOMES OUR SPECIALTY" p p ^ 

A GOOD BUY LIMITED 

a ROOM HOME, t rwttto* and bath up I 
raona d<mb Pull baeamam - . a a a 

raaaort . $4000 FAIRFIELD 

' 13,000 Down Will Randle- Tou can have tmmedi»>a pnaaeminn •• 

'hu veil .llracmii Hiwna n| a I«ani» Tha 

ANOTHER REAL GOOD BUY pU'.TJi ■:ue‘"::;rne;,‘;':'w./'';''i:;'a 

l iwom ttueea b^tatow akwut • yean fwm. 7 r’"*nd"top^‘.'!!*’i.,M 7 “ AThomi 
SI BaeetnaM, furnate Owner u lea*. h*i been nvaty dacmawd and i* in ker- 

!*J!**‘ •• "’fil •*!* *• “*• *•" '""«’•*«> II te Miuatm Z • ITt 

fWH rw) o%n IA 14 pim ^ Cf\r\/\ Kirr«c t\om m 

Imi. ham* (nr $5000 ir*.-.Paf.iton PritM !T-tcX 

iTkrm* Arracidedi Mie $6/50 



FAIRFIELD 

'You can hav* immediv* pn*«e>ai>m ta 



• Tkrm* Arracidedi 

Oewntawn htoek. •((!«*• and reauurant 
A aead lovkatment *aa aam 



I for kutek **ie 



$20,000 Hlfb mr*M-.n. 



HIGH QUADRA 



^raei Qulek paaMa«KM dXA/V\ \ fnJCCO BUNOALOW OH PATKU' a -BOOM BT D CCO COTTAOK — PfRR. -ar.w/eww •••^» 

4 Tkr»e $ 6 UUU *■ fo»^ bff blfhway Haa fPur larie, OAK BAT ,A placa J-piecd bauiroom, alaw a l-rwnm * lib#^ 

)|«vini-rcmm wito flreptoce. kiUbentM w: Tuieinii IS?!"*' 2 ‘? *«*r«iMa an« *T‘* ^ ’ opuk. 3 



Call Mr BmiB 
AlNdLXt WORTH INOTON 



POUR ROOMS CKMKNT 



klH Oeeamtoent Straw* PViom SUul***^ drlve-tp 
Preninta. AJPIa* Ikt llT^ ?* 



PuU hi^ cement baaamaat wttb (itmace 



>s nraf* Varr niea farden 
Aire, tocfudln. 



‘TSD" $RXXMAMS 
*1 Peat! Rwkd, LanEford 

X’KWLT-DECOlUTKD a-RO^~sfuccb 

A ' KCll^S -PlAMMmtfbt Fa.Wwam.A 



»AWFT» «Rkdtow.hd. WITH ctMtNT noon w*u- 

TAHlLt on tKCOMl )OUOU 4 U( 4 nct 9 fi ICinfi tMi pt Q«»drft* 

EECLOdiVP inrrTWn •» Hanak.^WT. 

UCLUSITE LIHTTRO Lid B tlAl ar eveniDfi 1 3 k 4 T 

OAK RAY - — — . _ . _ . _ 

54200 



Pheae s aiai 

-WK COVER BRmSH COLUMBU” 



OAK DAY 



• ar^wrww Hlfb mrati-.n. j«ai mtt ftv.» on a ,ul,t 

Revfoue property cwoaiMUid ml to remna *«•*•*! buniauw -t ruur 

a rented tad a (nr owner, moai e( tb. fur- '*^*** ***>* aoad-aiaa* livin«-r**,m. lii*. 

“S'****®. »we nice badraem* Inur-piam ka.h. 

P^Mf U very clam ta aad emU w.rth r^ .rembrnk.. ...r...,«. ku. 

J'JKJ abap and uawdafied di<uai«d on a .<-«4 

. .. . deep tot with luvel* lawn* ir«nt tnd rear 

-Ijy. wyw bunialnw wnh braatfaei etraltoni jardan (uh peel and var?*,) *( 

^ haeement ef the be*, bur* in thla pane tan.e an i|>* 

OM*n larta dZCCin •brkei iM*i Perfari aowdiiTan and 

tot PttH pm. 90 D\J\J apmieaair Geen BuUaM* (*r reorad 

OBU TktUrtoH Otove. . $6500 

We have twa f«wd bun ta (arm* Happy 
Valley diatrtet Now u the llM la buy 
wttb crop* and everyiRtoa incliided and 
the priae u itfht 



to AUraciiv. Eimkalc. of (.« r—a. and 

•a. Sail^ry^VuC foV^r/e^' iTr’;: e 7 “•M^‘• « .^L^er“•ii”b:l.? la*TJe"k,,c^im"‘J^^ «*- 

■^*** •PP*'*' ' P*‘» »»seiakl* fwraen phone B 3 lkl. or euentan BHMi ^ a^u *"«- bi.h part toad toealitr. 13 kkd M*h 

lanibd and eeraiiani tiohl lawn - • - - - 



PtoM* tail M' Millar Kvmlof* Ok 3 l 4 

OAK BAY 
SOUTH 



farm* Call 0 4 JIV 



■ton Taaaa awD 

Pull price 



$6700 



Phn«e O )4|k 



Tba hem# cmetpu «1 terf# urinf-rwwm andl C 7 XAO • t-ROOM HOUHK 

dinette, urft cabm*! iiirh.n with Tfl. ^/oUU a rooma down 3 up w.reQ for ITl.L 



rnwme and baibrewm All redacatated i balance aa rent 
and la rary nice eondiltoo 13 kkk will 



IN OOOD CONDI'l'KNv w«Ui oo«n o,, oja y bed, worn., kitetavn P * >*4 Cadillac ^ J- heattUfully deearated threufh- - ROOMS. I >4 KTORtB — < 



N 'ICKLV SITUATBD nVK-ROGkf Hnuau' *** hedrwoHa wlUi cadar-Uned *■>’■« eaa laid on. 

TVire* bedrnoma Immediate poaaee- 1 J.*?^**- .*?:*^f**.P'*'‘* ^?*" haUifowm Uiraufb J 



. fuK*alr heatinf full 

farafe tap* at rear 



LV>UX PUIXT RENTED SUITBB — OAR knd a-pce Pembraka bi 
A raofea. coal and wwwd •<».»* Blaakeu ***** to } bedrwwma m 
Uaen. eir . fu vllh aale PurnUhed with *toWB PttU baiemeat w 
the baei ef (urnUhind. Owner'* auHa I ****^ toh* Nice tarden 
roMt and 3-pce Pembroke bathnmm la- **** P**' matcrtal ' 
er>Aie Ills per moath Lawna bark and toenl paly 

rmst. a real Pu, $9500 



ROOMS. I >4 KTORIKS - CENTRAL 



TeroH Arrunted 

Hr Peryea OWH 

JAMBS RAT- 41 .IIM CASK 
^ UviAf fttArtere ml Uirae reema 
•Ad nui aoMment Dee Pi*a rvtome rented 
all MU-ewntoined britiffnff to d--wc/\/\ 
ka par mwnth PttU pne* $ / 5UU 
_ Raay Tertaa pp Bwiance 



OaM tttl.raa. aa Tmar toreMmeat [OWNER DOU^ PUmSIN^^^ 13 kOO WTU HANDLE C(^E» LW B-autUnl. em loaed ffouna* I y -ROOkl rrUCOO ROUSE AfLlTBA’si: j t» OININO ROOM 

Ofht rmum ap'^^r Lola af rwuw ^ -"’yr^rr.V ^ ^ ® «« -7.! HITC«h POl 

K.U *X2Tt 'STt.rt***^ Tvrruit'eiTu^^ JSS^Tr:i-'p'r7';itii:r;- “*■ ‘rn^u-arrtAn, to n, yovEbiiar 

^11 ^*** tornlitoed. Twa rnecu rSnted dew* lr"Au*,?® f'fvulator Inriudad. Untn’i WATKRPRONYAOS [4 ar raaad Whal eKer** a K H.vnt^' 

aa^Li M aitv * ^ ^‘** ‘toa- Jtorrounded by oak* Shwna^aZ .*!•*■* **'• '***f*d, brooder houm. al«> Seauufnl Pivi.Rijou NUMriai-ow .... Lid T3k Pan fli • • ■ savn.* 

SS^rN? $8400 56950 ;y*,R,”%ac.T^SS, r“* Ti.i!^-VuAw^ -I WATERFRONT 



^ $12,950 

r-ww-vm.. ...... ( BUNOALOW I*’* *^*** 0 041. O M33 liumedlato rm/ivai Piwnei 

... CENTRAL REALTY W Urft LR. OR. dan 1 BR'a. 4-poe »»ehibt» Mr DeMawdaley. 1 13pa _ 

711 Vtaw Strmt Phane Riny {^*"f;*toa •ell built ) Mr Vtot. EkbU C-HOOM MODERN BUNOALOW PVli' 



ro Boa MA Vlrinria, SC i OAR RAY - — _ _ 

II ROOMS - iNcnadB or a*3M • W'HiTS stvccu sunualow - piya $5700 * is-Room hours m 

lUBILBB AREA REVINUt PROPERTY 1 ’’ *•»**■ •>•*» MUa rwo* (IniAad to wiT wYiii. "***■’« torme 

‘f WTTH THRO - ROOM BUTTE PO*l _ beaemeiii, bat-air beat, aeparau fataft | 

CORNER LCrr Beautltnl. emloaed treuBO* I r -ROCMI STUCCO R<X1BS PUt.L BaSB- 



[OWNER DOUBLE PLUMBINO. PULL' 



13 Mk WILL HANDLE 



FAIRFIELD 
A BAKER'S DOZEN 

I Oob* ta achoate 

3 Ona* tw iranabwetaiMwi 
I Madarat* rata 

4 Cioaa M etarei 
k Claaa le bear A 
t do** to park 

V Ctaa* M w>wa 
3 Redareiated inaide and au> 
k Purrtaee eeily i •« vaart Md. 

Ik Mae rani naa *«*pa 
It Separpie earaav 
If THREE RaDH,X>M(l 
IS OtKINO ROOM LiVIMO-ROOia 
KfTCnKN PULL SASXMCWT 



$5050 •’**** Bay. bouM tocallly. near the aa* 
k.fMm cwtlaae with apan flrenlM* baaa- 
ment and (uraaca — — 

Pull prtoe $5750 



Beaulifat eit'i’ i>.eia huvne tliuatad an a 
uuiei Jtreet )u*> att Reaeli Drive Uvinf. 
.*• icnwn dUiisfi-ronw). medara kilehan deal 
^»to- “P?to'»* • hM"tome and baihroam Oil. 

^50 $10,500 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 



llklt BLANERARO ET 



PHOffB O a«3 



OAK BAY 



NEW HOME 

NEAR JUZ NORMAL SCHOOL 

WhUa aiuKn buntainw af five la>ae ,n»Ma 

Ptua fumpuy fam« ‘ ^ 

Aakint prhf > I I ,UUU 

Pleaae Call Mr pinep. Weniaae K 3 kN 



Pan view al ••• otl-O-Mauc heatina 
wni bum (amily bame I raonu Bniranna 
hall, larfe lirtne-rpaim with Braplara 
Dmina mam dan Itoandry-ronm a(f kitch 
an Pour trtod etPM badreadt*. baihraom 

Z^mT^mmr.^ $10,500 

[ Aek far D ■ Chalk 



m e nu 3 k day* 
PttU prtra 



$8400 •**"* *•' 



Mr MaNto. S Iklk ERAND NEW 

a W./.V.V*.,.. |PlvP-rwo« ataaco buncalee 

A RACmPICB [Road arua rwnuattof af lie 

OINa-moKiertt flew-ruom bantatow. Thai**'* kltchan. 3 uMmoma. 
mtraa tbai fo with thla prapari? weald I '"**** Yacant Oaaa m tra 



( trwunRf laid eul la toeuly (tower and 



$ 1 0,000 REDUCED — MuST^ be SOLD 

hath - 1 • to k kM Arm Blraei- - Nice madam | On# ml to* uldar hotua* Tow fiti rantod **** ** R^uetiao ter fulrk aalt of Mdarn 



: toS:i Vt $^500 . “.mw^ fS.7^ »« *M*%r 

!.*•**•.-- ?* 1 * •'toe klk Mk pwrtottott k) kkk haad$*a Price $ 03 UU I ftr*Dl*re* Pembroke bath ctaed h*MMnt vacant be ei 



$63001 CITY 

_ Close In 

! Eofly Poisesstoo 

WATERFRONT (P»v# r#ivm#d *Umc* bunfutow Oak floor* 

WATERFRONT is:'4-i.nti;:r::2’ Vm^iiirTuiV^ ru; 



Can ba beuftai fumiahed ar vntumuhad i 
Owner muei toava (*r the tael Moat 
reenable laraw caa b* arranawd A aae-ri- 
fto* at the pell * r t A CAA 

$10,500 t \AB BAT— POR RALB lY OWNBR k 

Mr bkaNto. B Iktk ' * ' roomed bwntaloe Pembroba baihroeen 

VT^. T,™,. . ix*,.c s.vTA'"- 

Member ad Rapl RMat* Rawed ad Ttotpn* toaeto*t<t. tara«B. tort* tot low EMrueblll^* ACRE AND MEW BUNOALOW 

Utaa JuM adt btt* llna medam O 4kff 



LANOLET RBALTT COMPANY 
Ilk Cam raj BuiMinf 

See Mr Cntoa. S kkH 



ftraplarea Pembroke bath OPOd baaamaov I ’****01 by 
RA furnace Ldife CUHHEX LOT p«tce>Hw(f ra*h 
kl.kkk Immedtair ptwaeaatoe No afenta. , 
pleaM 



:sr :.‘ndr.T $50oo’-3; jTsVs:- fr:;?"^ra.e'-nv;;;n i:r:\ 



H CAfTPIELO 



ready for orropatton 
Ter PM 



CITY 

BRAND NEW 

CAxAA to the (ull priae far thie ai> 
.R 70 UV tracNva tkurra bunpa'ow whtoh 
hae lull bven coApla'ad wall. 

Planned rwom* fuJIr. modem with *■•* ad 
the bMit bUeiar >aM Dnva.tn (arupe 
euiia la haaroieni Id kkk eaah wap top 
balance on •ortaaae Walktnf divanra 
frna tnan in ime af Winri* • maet *••• 
venieni lacaiiiia* 

Pleaae Phene Mr E P Rurtap, Jr 
Bvenmn B iskl 

UPLANDS 
TEN MILE POINT 

SEVSNAI beauuful hemm wriudina aa*. 
front preperuaa dudsa - d37 kkk 



-- I M4 Pamhrrmn sid# Oltk.-B Ekta! 

; Bvenlitfi Phane Mr Crawford. O 3tM I 



$4500 



$3850 



HOK QOtCK SALS 
DHSAM ROUSR 



JOHN OREBNWOQO 
Ik4l Rrewd St 



cSwZut "" **** OAK RAT 

^ jttBf •odam O a kf7 tot-roa* hb*t hardwood flowre Dwan 

f*r* in L R Nte* Urk* kilcbea. Iwn *wod- 
Biaad b*dr*»m4 and bath roam dwwn Bn- 
rloaed aiairwap ta iwa bedrooM up Baae- 

OAN« ETTLR HOME, dl3 dSk OVER- I 

^v loakind Ml Bakar I acre kwaatimuy ' Frir* t7 dM Real value for year rnwnev 



S J. GRANT 

T30 (BLAND H10RWAT. LAHOPtORO 

PtWtM Belmont Rea l*4R 



WHERE 

Cm ipu tai a bpitar ,*iurn an vaur 
•otiayy Subataniiailf-baii, rawmira houae 
wn halt an acre ••( land Thar* at* tore* 
J"*** anA a net locum* *4 

HOT OTT All h»clM<M 

*• $15,750 



Pvi,e 'leryn* $1 1,000 O-fpnto Bvenmn O IVTk 

Atk for T B Mend 



DHSAM ROUSR , RURRT' RURRTt I » a /r f i m "-****’. ■* V'* MauttniUy ' Prim 17 dM Reai value for yeu, mwaev 

k,rm.e.«.rv “ka w!!Z^ *i::r,%ya^Mto.Tj:%:'Vm ^ " toOSOR 

I^WIKBID OH UHPUHRKHV) « Baaa* %,,uM(a“l^??AJl^Bwi*m,T ***' ■«* •«»* CatoatoV - 3 SI Pkmberton Stoi EMI] 

bapBUtal whiu btt&tp. "••• •'*•4 to aath room Duruid (■»( Evawinpp o J. Rwu. O lAM 

tom hi Owh Ray. atoaw to bw awA waier *" 1*14 carpel in haD Niea 

Shallend — mbImIm m-... mwditt* butfier aim foaa with ihia tovalv * ■ 

- k- »« 

•*4 fUdntaewtor [ 5 "®®>* •TT>COO BUNOALOW. I rEAM 

fllkSM PUfUtm I •••* MARiOOLD PLUMBINO Thto tT^i..bto‘^o, tt 

• b.^ PUHNlBKMk POUR ROOMS •*"•« •» je ve nue Autambitr AomeaiM eiiar chan with Ainetip dR imi wnto^dl kM 

_ , \|OOSRN WHm HT V Cf X l BUNGALOW *•••'•*• $7950 tlXArt 

■O AOBHTK Srfkl BVRNOKW . toetotot. with fttUPuwmtni 1 *^' to ^ 73 U puH price $> 36 CX} 



ESOUIMALT 

Bat: A PERFECT HOUSE 

6 SPACIOUS ROOMS 
'/a -CUT OAK FLOORS 

BMI 3 Aulomatto all hot waier beatUf. tufl bate 

maat. tleetrli ranfv itoua. blinda. ala 



FURNISHED STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 

tivinp-rowm with llrewtore Twp bed 
fowma Pembvnk* baihroMvi Riirhvn with 
breakfaat nwuk PuM baaeiuena wub far- 
narc anA far^f* Larpe lot In d'YQ'YC 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 



- marc an* taraf* tmrpe m in P-voTC 

CABELDU & MAY, -LTD. r n.-« 



PHONE tvm 



iJ. H Whittome & Co., Ltd 



Sob# rttrpirur* Wurth 

lIkdSk. ebtiinf at 



$10,500 * 1. 



APARTMENT BLOCK 



kdl OOVEHNMHNT ET 



PHONE B 43 k« I 



flIk.EN PUIUd 



T” C HOOkI BTDCOO BUNOALOW. I TEAIUI 

*- houae with DOUBLE 0 aid Uvine-rwem wNb fieMi.,-e y a^. 



al. WJUBLE -J aid Uvtof-rwoB with fireplace 3 pep- 
•uitabl* frrr * lamilv-rwawa. pesbreke batbrwem, aMtoevn kjt- W 7 
■*•■ 11 * doaeaiM water rhen with dlnetu AO UUi (av *nly II kkk 



D. D. McTAVISH 



I A l3-a«uu apartmawt *M 4 auim In 
aetortnd abciHin wl city Thla aha** a 
I net ratttm wf UK pp EOOfWV 

• priee aabad $.J4,UUO 



PONT ET R B Kt 



GORGE 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



■O AOBHTK 



BTWl BVKNtNOB • toetotot. with full •MMtttl 



Aura, |iv* •odem l-rimm bun#aldw bllh Min. .•■■ tj_i_i 
baaemen, and furMea Mien l WOtXAVTOR 



iirmi and pantrv for bwnet a^ T «UI handia Uiia vary wali-p«iu 

■patolrt reawA at d 31 kA pm d!(mi^?hu!Ji^??*ta^ 2 ?"tor* ! !*. * *• »• 

ran ha puvrhaead with U kkk m c c c/\’fm”r«a^i****iw 4 .jn 7 i bbarn •» 5 J 7 " '••w* 

caah an« ddk - mmi.h $6650 $4200 ! 

PAIRPmD — T-rkam haaaa with haaowaai. Ptoaa* Aak far Hr wte..^ TOO have baea 

new furnarw. Me Thrpe larf* rwanm anA Evento#* B 1447 Prla# 



HIGH QUADRA 



Ri»h • e ROAD- W*ar Haafl Mraet 

$ 0 / 50 '**” bunfutow m M hlfb tmunA wth 



ini %noAD wmamr 



ALTON & FLEMING 

kM OOHOOR ST rMONS likiu 

Mr Alien E Tlk> P*e» Mr Ptomwif k fat 

BEAUTIFUL QUEENSWOOD 

lR 95 n * P»« iballf new (mtr-cwwm 
bunfatow with oak Itowti 
• htmtfhani An •••eliam naaameM »KH 

Artve-ta aataf* and abou, hall an •••,• 
•^teeeA la>ia Onlv mmm nhwa (ram toa 
I VWI 

GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE 

duplexed 



TWOHHKLOH BtU. eewntaAB eaah awA dto »m mmi.h $6650 $4200 

noht. douola. . « h. r^'^.^";r‘Th"rr:ar‘r^ 

is rB £B •*-- $ 63 oo «£p js uss-srr s.'sz 

oak bat DfiBTHlCT kMeh aw wae ruamua nww aaA ana bwA- *?^'-r1-l**TrB[n-iutrTteere^k ^ back* w*^ T*Tl **'** •"»kMi«k at 

TrTZz ttx vTuTHcTto k*wyk.l ltd ““ $5750 

yiT!l *■ COdtNO R TilH UHB <» >"’ Brwtt«h 4 ww St oail '^*** •tmrnmm BUM 

Crnve ia nraae (?uZ^hr^rE!«-r”a“'Zr5 ROOMS - MOOSM . mrwara »*' •»»TW • T1S4 - Ifr Taltoaaa EkkEl' OOHOS 



■S $6300I?..u7 ks USS-STT i.'UZ 



REDUCED 



PRICE $6500 



aaruettoe, PMI AavlICbi baaamamt •«- “ ''*vomN«i>OK Rttkl. eeawtavk — ww 

**'* » *hkb RuutaM rwM U rb- ® VALLANCS A KAWTKH. LTD 

OOdnrOHTTH UHB <» >"» D# Brwtt«h 4 ww Si oail 

Dr 7 ve-ia futat* Caa be viwwaA t to 4 BOOMS - MOOSHN - •TIH'OO Sawyer S T 1 S 4 - Ifr Tanapae E kkSI 



HOLLYWOOD DISTRICT 



haatuta. at mOy 



$3500 



FAMILY HOME 



•flke letsw arranfud 

CITY BUNGALOW 

€75A0 *-*aaaa •*«.*• OK-O. 

Malta heat hardaa^ Itoaro. 
d^ Ste ( t veulace «tiHlv r^Ttlh mS: 
•tortrv klUhM with lib «Mk ane nZT! 



•Mk anA mar. 



b»l»a aMSavp Ma oa a bunmUaw ' J T^/**/ '*** »wA*m **««•• fav-raamlOn a duiM mraat fp anr Thto to a 
»• ttod* toMM to Araami T*tt will ! "*•?**** »rT* llvini.rwnB ptu piaiure | tocUhl# weli-kape V-maa haiw* ep * 

' the linaf -roam frnlaheu tm awMi* < *'"***,.^*"* madeni Srupiaea iw* fpas- .tot wtih (can ira**. nirw fprAan, nw 
• anA Ih* kuchen la wwi a4 Htto wwvlA heAramu. wn* t*r <wia aeua mBAatp *4* sparunr eartocaA far 



eu a torye 

. naHpwrvA 

$5250 



[The Itowa* to iMr u niid by a hM toatota aiiachaA farawt etu, «eer 

anA (to* pewparty M wMI traad ^Maaatwei T.*®..*^*'* ‘•'B* *•* •*« «• R*a 

b*. •' •• 

PRICE $15,000 



PART RBAR,y>..rhhwwi dMUb* ihto h^ anA Aw « Bitoha* with tUad etak aad taa UttkeS Pale to awtv $5250 

Ml aMraMfve 2 ?“^ aa wtop om .a, Ty ADOrwIf® ** bath and ahmaT -R-rd-rv 

tneben Nice FaS pvtow M aslv $ 07 UU‘^'"Mh ball P«|i reaneni hawemeru and ^tmmm aaS tor ID ONIS StoHR 

htotev TtoaP!.keE tor St*. Ee.«a [r wmam Ntew towaa H. 10*1 Crt 

I VwBinOT. O IIIm pmtmmPmp * ^a 

j niDmon luuieTT »t omm m iMEHAREY & CO.^ LTD. 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



JAMES BAY BUNGALOW 

$ft200 *-»••- hwntatow. 

toOKUU whM* eedar atANm puH 4 ,^, 
^ l*raw*h vwtrane* hoK. mrfe be. 



ooTVHHifawr sr 



KHKNOS HRALTT 



PHOWB V 4 IW 



benpa bath 



WmAerfttl b— emend 



imi UR ISIA SranA StveM 



»**B P*mt tornmm amt drtoe m garaae 

^ to TtodMto 2T sSTtU-TraST - 






i 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B C^ SUNDAY. AUGUST 15. 1948 



iTI BOrStU KOE SALE 



HOUSES rOE 8 ALB >71 HOUSES BOB SALE 



i7l HOCm POB EAU ,7t HOTTEBT POE SALE i7f 



BOOEM rOH EAIB iTt BOUSES FOB SALE 



HEISTERMAN — E 4161 

OUR S 4 TH YEAR 

NEW OFFICE 
1121 BLANSHARD ST. 

CORDOBA BAY— $4750 

A Mafsruw* M«ianunc imof* 

roMk. I k»dr<«ui«. «*b4M« kileAu lauA 
•41 r%o«« iMladadi. wnaMcb. )-pia«4 bau 
^«Q MWiat b4*»Mai »UJi tataa* aod 
f«mac« Auraemt tot ta novtr*. 

frvit u»a«. b«tnu anO • dao4k vagatabM 
CSfdtn vitta «acaU«oi anU M««r t« 



Ssi l7 la uM ilaa, 



K.-& 5. 



PEMBERTON. HOLMES PEMBERTON. HOLMES RITHET — G 172 2 



KER & STEPHENSON FOR REAL VALUES 

iJiOTtD OUR 62ND YEAR 



MUBOHABlV-rUC-SD OAK 
BAT Bt’HOALOW lOa TWO 
Lon- ml tla* iwi, aMiA 
ml UM A?«MM, *ith <m 
fmmmm a»«i> a a 4 an* aa> 
liulabMl !••• •a>uir« CU- 
ewlaiiag tU*eiaM la llvtna* 
rags. utahAo «Ua« Iw 
•Mtrt* ranat B«auu/ul amt' 
«Mi aUli miU U*«a Ta*' 
. caf aaiaaa. laiarto* • 



< G8I24 

raw addkxml laai ooramrusMT it 

1 

j 

OAK BAY 

OFF CADBORO BAY ROAD 



* - 56500 



FOR REAL VALUES 
OUR 62ND YEAR 
G8I24 

MBW AODKBM— laaa QOVKfUrMBTT ST 

JAMES BAY 
FULLY FURNISHED 
GUEST HOUSE OR DUPLEX 
$13,500 



OUK TTTK TBAB 

MODERN APARTMENT 

SUMtad rt«« alaaua' aaU tra* «M < 
cllr aaaUa and Partiaamu BaUdUu* i 
Bitat Mdcra an4 *«U-alaaB*4 all-aauid* 
tuitaa anui ••aaraw wuanc* halU. Urf* 
U*ka«>raaau AUmum. kUcbanalua aim 
•lacine raoac* an4 rsfrlttratara, latti* 

> aicc« p«aarok« baUirooai. lUMn a laa m . 
oak naatt. ialal4 Imaa, aaaakau ttaraat 
raaw. carpatad *(»lraan Uaraav tar 
• Mk aim* AaUMMaUc tMi-aaUt b«auM 
•yttwi Thu Mark baa alaari kaat) fuUr 
■ iptvd and thara u • Itu' aatUkk Uit 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

LAKE HILL 

nr»i UM an U» mmttmi, a baauUtal aad 
•tnuiK b**>iaaai •!•#•• miacaiaa vub 
bardaaad naan tAroaghaak hM-aaUf 
0U*O-MaiU baai ThJa laaal; bmmrn baa I 
lavaty •abiaat kuchan. laBiUf*al«t aioMa-l 
raeay larai urwa-raaaa. tao badraona aadt 
t««r>aiK« Fanbrak* baihraobk auiiirj 
raaa aiib Bandu aaabifaa narhuia an4i 
aitarbad tara^a TAia Uomt baa a.a'.«' 
aiata viav anndaaa and u fiiU> mauwiad 
$^tar-aaaab.aar«i,.4. 



GILLESPIE. HART 
& CO.. LTD 



eOQAn-— *>’ ” “** ^ 0«JTIUCT-»iiFa { 
'EJ7UVJ l^raan ban>, aa«i Wark Faun i 
Barraaka Vary aaliabU., lot dualaa I 



TH‘E B.C. LAND 

* mvnmcBBT aoixct. ltd 

(0*ar «• Taan ta Baaf Bataiai 

OFF HAULTAIN ST. 



at roamina-baaaa FaatAaMu vtUi Oldafiyaa lutit>r«a* baaaaiMr aiUi baaa* 
Uubao MAI and laUat an ftaand Bavi {ttanl. I«« ka« r aawa. Lat aaoa t rOTKA 
Thra* tauau «uh a>a4ata haibrwNa iMtM' Frica >J/OU 

wwiaita Larf* lat Tasaa M> Ha4uc«4 i iCBatuli Out Baniala DaMitnanti 
ter ruck aaU Tama I 

ADADTAACMT CHERRY POINT 



APARTMENT 

_ iThtra-taaaifd bana Kiuban and Uanw* 

t l O HAn ■” iraon fatkbiuad. Tvo Mdioowa Ha piunb- 

IZ.VAAJ taiMd auiiaa. hat - aatat trig. CowPiatall larrtllbad Ui Iteiod. 



baaiad. aaa rucoara. haidauud baaca mmc haaab Wgndartki 
raniMl •! It: M aarh. an Hi«h w.iadia 



S.)500 



. . dMA baa loar-roMB oadar 

,*baka bangala* trub Oarotd 

FOR QUICK SALE— $4750 'SSSIT* 

uBAik wajtinB&i KOAO — »»<«iuri 

AtM* baotawi* aim baibrpaai. anaa- 

Ml ka^man* tn*r»ia aarnaa. 1 latfa laraga IK>W VACAITT 
tela, thiabati batua and lancad nuta. a tt» , n m atti f— 
abtek aa a btuban ranga Thu U a faaUy *, 
gaad bay vlUl a»anti < aaada |>niiaaHBB ** 



a. j 1 1 V ‘ ^ ‘ if\r\ 



$6750 



ubbiaaalata hma Hacaniif aooaartad and ba tirai.acd and f.u. Inlar-^ 

laaUlaUy tadacaratad matda and aiu. Ba»- **wi raguMl Uodaro adteco baoM «tib gra raona an 

.. .I. ..vi,... .m. Hu teaiti tloat aad a ooaiaaated atairway 

• rau uinnaa W Mteat Oa«. «l^ add- lA*iOO teadlDg la «»s flnuhad r«MW uvf.a'r* 

auu at t urga raama haavufuay tarnUBad Tbia bona baa a Uuaa->piara ) 

NEAR OAK BAY SHOPPING •»» «•> •"< •nmichima *im»mm Had bOBtaU.* lual Uka na* BFOT- an tha main Hoor^ 

rarpau. CaUmaa Madarn kltabtn, um COHDITIOH ituida and mi turaly I ^^'***w apaiaira All SHidarti farlUiUa, 
^cajTRF rnm»M4a wUb dining tablaa. gaa ranga. . itvma-raoa and a tood nraptera T»a*t^cd»«ad tteara Pal] baamani bM-air 

I r\U MW PtMk* laa^ lavM fdAiMg Maaki. *. lUBMAWW BnH WSfteM MUS . ttSLl 



3 q r . r a c c FAtKF"lKI.D AKBA— A aliattd 

BEDROOMS^— $5500 ibungaiMr al alt taan dltb 

.ihtaa badtaoaa aad baib- 
Cteaa M AaaryiUng aad IH jaai auuida at raote all aa •» tteai PuU 
any UteiU te BaMirb. aad Ibaraby baaa- baaaoMM vnb AUTOMATIC 



or tioM attar 



A «n«t»rtabU 8tK- BTOKtU bai • air fumaaa 
BOOM BUHOALOW eamarlaiui U*li.| rM« Moital mial lank, virad ter 
*<IB fttaaiaca and Francb daora teading la •lactna raaca Uk M a Itt. 

diBtaa-iaate. kiUban -diih ranga «im alea aardaa aad garat« 



ROAD— $9975 



McJadadi, ) kadramaa and bath FuU baaa* ian« vafaurr 

team attB tumaaa and garaaa Oaad. »r»> 

dualln tet faan , rdiEFtlU). raAB «A- 

NEAR PARK AND i^LAS ;!^bauM‘‘u'iai**nTa-'rS^ 

r>/^anv bungalad >uh tUaplaca In 

ROAD $9975 ,uvuu •!•(»». Dong att utraan 

I vhirh la alrad tar ateeirtc 
■at water baaiad l-rooa bungalow la aa- ranga Faur-piara bathraam 
•allani aaodltiaa itirawghaui. Conalau at aiwt gai boc*waiar baatar 
aaad-ataad tiaiag*iciMB with tlnplaca. din- ' BtMWMni with iiokar tl/ad 
uw'taate. aunny ktuhan wiib braaataat bat-alt ttiroana 
•anb i«aa ranga lntlu«a<)>. t«a teaalf bad- taran 

raawu and }-ptara batb. fuU baaanaai. 

ananal U w ndr y tuba, astra ftnlabad bad- M,nu aa.Mir-w Am«r 
»••«. au. Hiraii iar.daaapad lat. Kail * * .** ,*.5" 

aaah will bandia Barluarya uaung aTKKKT A iheaa-badraara 

^ naw Kuoaw bungalaa aa 

^ ^ ^ aaUa laraa lot wUh trull 

OAK BAY — $10,000 

' iKiba • room, dlninf • roam. 

A teaal/ hoi-watet baated k-raom bungatew kltehan and ibraa-placa Fam- 
an a Aaa raaidanual atraat. cloaa to tha bra*» baihraem Haidwand 
aaa Plrawlara bardwaad riaara. TnUifinora to ball and liaing- 

C and b«<M U |uat 1 raart old and la par- rnnni Full aaaamaot with 
It aaodlunn tbrawnoat Vary aka lat. ^bat-air fwrnara. rar aoram- 
hiaaiy landKapad. A d«uh aailar ' madatiaw and ratra raon 



$8750 



j WATERFRONT 

jOraad araai> riaw. au-roam hurgalow 
'baaamant wVb aatra imk aiib ah'>ari 
, BaattUttti gaman o 1 -n 



rarpau. Catbroam Madarn ktuban, um COHDlTlOH inaida and mi toralr I ^^'***w upaiaira All WHidarn farlUiUa, 
CENTRE cnmpima wtib dining tablaa. gaa ranga. it*im-r#om and a goad nraptera Two tloafa Pull baaamM. ^-air 

v.i.it I r\t L*,« f>o«r baa larga ttoni room .try btea badroomt a Una kucbao wit* F'b** t**rnaee and laraga Hka hn wall P 

ilk larga raoma noa dt tJ.a aldtr-tTPa U«r.g-fom with tlw- tmift-ln aimbnariU Tha tinaai plumbini . ‘*«u^apM. l^na. ban •» 

bamaa but in iwimarulaia randitto'. Baaa-I***** Dining. raam rumiahad la taaFl* fittam Fambrafta aathraiom kng aopprr ' paala, att Prira J • 

,mai.i laundry roam oiiad r l /\ C/^/^ tUiUte raam poreaUln Uundry tuba., 

tar aUeirw ranaa 5 I 0, 500 , iWr-WATBIi HKATKBB far awod llaaa Vanatian blinda A tina sardan OAM OAV 

I aaah ttear PnU baaatMBt with luraaca. tm tha frani gardus in lawn and thruba | UAN OAT 

‘ “ laundry tuba raowar pipinc Ourald taai. «nd lacladad tn ib# prlea. anama: klirbau,^.^ 

Thu u rawily a teoai arj-aetira praparty ranaa Ilka naw. good ita b«k. naw ciren- iSllL®*/??* *i..CSSII! 

I*JJ**' *•” «V'**iK“^ite?J^i“ir.rMi 'T'Ati’VSi; 23 i^blT^g«aAa^^<^ 

"d a.Ta,rte';?:r*?.i::^”F't«4air o^r: ' 'rirT 

rcr\i^vyv.A.yu» nurrr lar lau ana 4X700 anauah « ba bulii ot iha boat #onnA 

THRFP SUITES ‘‘ 505UU $8200| 



• ppruunaUly an# aata. in laoM n - .r ^ 

fruit trao*. piua a terga atehu with tell . MARIGOLD DISTRICT 

which could bo caorartao istn living- . 

guariara Thla ta a buUdai a awpar- Uvtng*raate. kiubae b>aaktaa^ n^-ak two 
tUMtte FtKNTT OP BOOM AVAU-- tMArwaBu airt thrva ptara Prmbroaa bath. 
ABIK prtfl DUPUKX Pull Pateteaiii mrnoroii* Oil ranaa and 

goo Ur BaaalaT Btoa g UU |dw«iraat linn ai»4 bimda uaad Ml and 

garoan luung fruii irooa. Abmil Ibraa 
I AAA moH DOAPRA I W-BiaiT I* aaoauoni 4AOOO 

12,000 buntaUw ml taran raoma |•Mdm«l 50UUU 

>4a<n 0eor. antranra and thrMgh halt | 

llrinf-raowi dining-raom iwn bad-| DAtf RAVREAllTY 

raami. laur-Wrco bathtaum aad bllrh- UAA OAT OtAU I T 



$6000 



THREE SUITES 
$7500 



llrinf-raowi dining-raom iwn bad- DAtf RAVREAllTY 

raami laur-Wrco bathtaum aad bllrh- UAA OAT OtAU I T 

®’** •“* M*d rary luraly grauuda laana 
*‘Vr*r'!. “ ™ £“* kud ahrubhary frtranca hall imi.g-toom 

wHb unfc and mteing bar HardwaM diiiing-runm gnod atvban. 

^ra tUa al^ tumeo. lar^a. hadraaitu Oaraga lo baaamaot. 

2 •SrTJJThi.aui^ll* ^ J^.WaTM KBAfgD Taaa. abmat a«. 

wU3 

■nrubi lawni WTi. '» proparty tn A I 49500 

•ondMion and pritrd lor gukk aala JFJW 

aa owntr U laaving ally 



MOUNT. TOLMIE 

MUBT BB BCnj) 

BickaaM faitaa tala at ihu arrhitact- 






$98501 



CLOSE TO BEACH DRIVE 



will baadia Barluaiya uaUng 

OAK BAY— $10,000 



iBia apaciaua ta<mu all an nna noof and 
ana in baMWani, bai-wanrr'TArgtliif OIL- 
jO-MATlC. Tbu bama baa gin aKA 
•raryiniTVf Pr1<« « I J/05U 



MOUNT. TOLMIE | s,x ROOMS AND ^g-ACRE 
$13/650 MUBT BB BOLD , OF LAND 

MUOM dClTg*^VA5<uK^™PuL*aIli^Si **'«•» *• 'bu afrhitaci- , ' 

• ffii aocMtuMaiiM fm catena/ 33 '>•*«"?« aami-bungalow wltb a gr^ pan- iCMm In. rigut oB AthiMdatiauan. mm tx- 

rate 3t^ra. P?aate^J* it3 ii«3r^ I Bntraaaa . evpUcmailT waU-bui.: tii-rcHMi bun|mbw 
rate anlranrat Firaalarta aaa aiarm ^na iimi-raom wiih MapUca. luuh fuU batemanu tuntera ana aawaw 

Tarma may ba gyiAngad iT'-raat-aita aining-raoin kitchan wirad farlgaraga, plua ihrM-auanara at an aura mf 

Flaata rail VMlai UrLaan. rrrninga. O did? I '*c>ga. and nMk Bpaelotia maatar bad- jfartlla land. wtU laid out wiib (ruli arabard 

.room with prlmta bathroon an main rof appruaimataly M iraaa, all typai of unall 
aaAACOki Ljnair fli»r. two badraocna and full btmroom bP- tmiu grapra. barriaa. au. Cnickan hatua 

MUUEKN HOME ’atain lUa alacping turch Oak flaota la and tuAirlani ground for aaoUblaa ta laat 



$10/250 



HILLSIDE AVE 



IU/b5v Atrmir Biirarlxa aia-iiwim Thla tan torriy aluoca al ala rtMimi and 
madam htutgalow KniratM# and ihraa badrr>om« U a hauaa ihat would 
through hall. ii*lna-rwam dining-roam. aopaal ta fm li u ran WMdarn li« aaary 
thraa badrwoma caMitet tncbati Alao way and u wn liananortaiM It la i»aw. 
two aatra roama in baaamrni ana of M ddd will hanilU and aaauma morigaao 
which M guiahad aa a iMdra- m Bttu- far Mlanca. paying IN dd par month, 
ated wn a quiat atraat among goad imaraal al dR gnCAA 

hnmaa Thlr proprrty iw tmmarulata pnea 5Y5UU 

and hai rtranUy baan rmiuccd lo iha 



riTxso' JNCOME 

$1 J/65U A goldan appniiuiiiiy u uw^ ut.a of 



rimtr. twa badraocna and ptU wtmronm bP- tmlU grapra. barriaa. au. Chicken huuaa i__ riniw abnva tWUBDlATB OCCU- 

<.uira alaw alacping turch Ouk nwpra In and lufliriani ground for aaoUblaa te laat *" -TSc? iMaiBtnnTg octni WATERFRONT TOURIST 

,r.aw condllten. ply^ brat IP all mofua. ,n, ,mr around Ifa aaldom oa arc aWa ^ -r Halwaa WA I CKPKUfN I lUUKI^I 

I laundry traya tn bateioani. *ar>araia aa* Up prfat a prwparif wf thla dai^ptlao aa RESORT 



I raft A'trariiaa aaidan affwrda prlvaer Uiwaa in with all 
a of Vk- Handy la Ira/iapwruilen Apptacimaiair 



_ ^ . ... <'••••'1 auuiandlng modern bungalpwa with ' aavao yaara aid Immadiata #11 CCA 

i.L piaaca rail Mi a auparteuac «aw of rii» atJ CMympira poaaaaainn >akuu 51 L55U 

•tepnay Oak Bay .pariali*l avaa . B lldt ' idaallr aliuatrd baiwaan iwo good t»u I Mcawg -t- »«/u/v 



C and bocna u fuat 1 raart aid and m par- r/mm Pull acaamcot wttn 
It wwndluoo tbfwutnout Vary aka lot.^bot-air turnara. rar aaowm- 
hiaaiy landKapad. A quich aailar ' madatiow and aatra raam 

I Vary waU btiUt goad aaltia # t AiV^ 

GUEST HOUSE— FURNISHED 5tU/UUU 

REAL VALUE — $15 500 AntiAmra oak bat 

*r>www a*i^,../vv gyyKy*u>W with llflng- 
Tbu auraruaa and WILL FUBHUtUKD rub* itiiawiaro dtnlni- 
BOWS U Idaal Tar raaio/nea oa guoai raam (hardwood tloarb la 

Bat waiar baaiad. Cma floara in all main (baaa room-. gunrooPL Kll- 
ypowu II rooma wiib I badrwicuc 3 bath- vban. ona bedroom and 4- 
twoma T*w-rur garag* Brauiltul u- Okra Pambroka bathroom, 
albdad gtwundi A anao at tha ptict Wa o'/a «maM bodra om o ft uilllir 
fawemawod uua roam. BOT-WATBK fa/naaa 

Idd-rt Mi Sapaffa < 1 A R/V) 

BOTB-TlM awnar wUl ocinaldK a uada.garaga BIV/UW 

ter d-ronm bungalow ui gocat dUirkt aa' 

pn/t paymom WILLOWB AlkBA HBAB 

■KACB. a Wuww twmi-ten> 

BUSINESS FOR SALE r’"* •• 

ww«Mi.«b^w • w«-\ -ar>w.k Owwnatelra arv 

Praciieniiy naw anack bar handUeg maala. 'JT**!* ’ f****. dining - rwwm. 
tea craaa. aati drinka ubweraa. au Wril **K ^*"j_ * hadrwoma and 

aitnaud. aaaallabt mwdarn llrlng quariata r J**"^*** ! 

*Uh full baaowtant. ho* air furnara Tg* | h a d r • w m a and uafinlabad 
hualnaaa U luliy aqulppad Mock ran ha'***'* Baaamant baa not- 



>In iBa Ahanra vt Mr Firimry Plaate Call rautaa Full baoaawnt tHivv-ln aaraca 
Mr Bell luundry luha. Bjira Urge «aa hut-aacat 



WATERFRONT 



OAK BAY 



OIL-O-MATIC BKATTltO 



$ 1 0,000 , VIEW ROYAL ! ifx 

13 BUNGALOWS — INCOME r<h)uS 

iThi. proper,, -uu a, ;:?/‘[^rtli:p,’aVr FircV'S3« 



luundry luha. Beira larga gaa hu(-aacet UAIn DAT Fonr-reom atweew bungalow with S acre 

l>aatu>c unl« Steal piped turnaca aaaily mt ^ ua-nr« wwa-rriari I bf ground on Fortagb tniat wacartrwot 

aanaarwd lo all Orwund fkwr through hall. wit-w aiaiii^ naaiimy bungalow haa a modem blUhen wired 

tn/aa lleina-rnam rtiritng-rcM,in. oak Ouort Stuaen bongalirw of FIVB BFACtOUB tor alactrtc ranga, bot-waler beat and 
M-.del rahinei klicbeti with fluorea^l BOOIW and a braakfaet nwoi ytlae wi- •oHubop DwlUbtful grouiMa. luliy iaM- 
lighting OtUiiy room TWO I.AIir>B BKD- imnra hall, targe tlaing-roem. fireplare. aoaped and deflt\i|ela a rmy bungalow 
R(K)un ruur-pteaa batbreem Bnrioaed , mnlng-rwom. Oak tloora. lo ttna twndliion < Ideal for a wvpte fl MO raah #roAA 
• airway te large ll«utg-room. oak Boora, .Two hedroonw mmm twin bed mm Fam- will handU Full wrice 505UUi 

elrt^c flrvpla/r. French dMra leading <o broke bathroom Full remeni haaamari. ' ) 

dcVDBCK affordine Ideal pfiear-y TwOilaundrT Irayi. automatte hot-water Vene-I \ 



t^olloo aa jiESORT 

$7700 4 I 5/500~uJM^^'^.tll?M*^*temili * **•“'»*'*••» loa*ted tourial raeari 

J> I l^ga and a«lr^>*a r^ltr aOout ua aeraa at land and Mo laat 

_ hama ml nlna •***•"“• f***** ••’ * of aeatrontafo Splendid buiidinga and go<>d 

r B"J**-2'**‘ ttima»ar fninplate daKripuor an« in. 

, . . ••• *•?'?' *"***’“J*' furmatlwo will ha giyan tniaretiad party 

lib S arra lag Thte u * iptendld tamite home ,, ,,,, ^ ^ 

wacartrwnt wr aamW ba teenma bearing Built hr • $45,000 



tnrya liyirta-rnam rtiritng-rcM,in. oak Ouort Stuaen hongalirw of PITS SFACtOUB tw alactrtc range, bot-walar 
M-.dei rahinei klicbeti with Suoraa^l BOOIW and a breakfaet nwoi ytlaa wi- •oHubop DalUhltul grounda. 
lighting Omity room TWO I-AROB BKD- (mtira hall- targe U«ing-room. flraplare, aaapad and daftniiel* a rway 



an architect and eyerTthlnc tn Srvi-,*^*" ^ J,vVA/ 

alaM randmon Can ba bought on Flaaaa Aok Im* Ur Haina iBraa . BMM) 
KABT TKRM8 

lU OOVBBHMKHT BTBBBT 0 4I1B 

1 -pk.i r nrMt.iT' Mamaar Real Batata Beard of Vktorla 



TEN MILE POINT 



drtra-iD garaae I 

'll Fwur-rwwa atnena with Uati.g-rMoB 111 
k 10. hardwood Boara, flrcolare a»d 
ao«ed cadir.gy illnr'ie two bodr wiar > 
CUM 1 .M kit^ii. uia ainh. Fwmwrwka 
hbthrot-m Raniad 

Ilf Tbraa-room aiding bungalow awalaining 
larga llvtng-ronm, ught n>,wrg. rabinet 
bltrbeo, one bedinom and three-pieca , 
bathroom 



If tl tnieraau You. Contact Mr Batia. 
o DM. or OfBag O 41M 
txrt.uBtvB urnwo 

FAIRFIELD 
INCOME PROPERTY 
OIL'-O-MATIC 



EXCLUSIVE 



' H'te B a aMndly-bhin PTVB-XOOBI BlD-'en* and Ineapanalee 

I two BneoALOW u tuu cendmeh. ap- rmng 



iJimt Mtaide the thraa-mtle clrrte. wa have 
a tour-ronm etured bungalow wuh afar 
an arra af ground. truU Uaaa and akool- 
I lent gardao On tha properly, at tha 
rear, thara la a mtiag« with alaeinr Ugbi 
IfarlUtka Thla property la Ideal for fa- 
lurwd raupla oM landa itaWt wwO tor rJUcA- 



E roa I MO aq R of floor iDacc On# 
tech from but aad walklac dlataaca Mi 
tewn BpaetOttc anirapaa hall large Ue> 
ing-toom with ftraplara and adjoining cun- 
roMO ifarlng park, famllr-aUe dining- 
room atra large kiwben Uted atnk and 



$5700 



COTCA hntetm Bipcoo 
50/ 5U Bungalow 

Baaamenl and Purnaat 
Bwrlwdod Dardwn. 
local LocaUow 
Boar TranaporteUM 
Only MTM tar 



$8750' 



COUNTRY 
FOUR-MILE CIRCLEa 



,$8750 



Quek Bate 
Act Now 



$8750 



K ahaiad at ibtwMa The priee te rtgnt 1 •*' tumaee Rke garden 
H ghow you thla and frwU iraaa 



$10,500 



Batebltahad IMa 
Mil BtAHBBAlU) BT. P 

Byanlnga, O BTBT 



Tha throe # i a 

tor - 514, 

M OM BandlM 

Good Reduction ter Ail Caah 
Fteaie Call R V Caateltan 
•tenlnga B M(H 



UknlM D It BOWS mUBT tUM Wt M^aTd iV*'tite.J3 uJSmSili* -uS TS! 3 JL I?'!?!* 



^ t«« •« I Inlaid lino, two twln-otee hedrnuBu wiin _ ,r I 

$ 7 A AAA ***'^ Ofl*e Oak Bo/ira. double plumb- urge rioaeu tirar-elara Pembroke bath- t»tegw 

14,000 ing A OO^ HOMB AHO A IH- rmS- P.U bammani ^th ^*J2i’"‘r7r 

'COMB Look It over outaldo For funbar teundrv iraaa <nr anaee and fumare I * . .. •***'**'i" DragikalJy raduaad far 

■ C.U. !Ku £".ii^.sr SS.M $4200',n 

7. neiu OUM (ayaniofij Bm*U grmndo with ahade treea Com- *«*mmI 05 -PteAW.cii 



Boa Ur Uamoik Bawa Alb. gb-T 

GILLESPIE, HART 
& CO., LTD. 



GORGE 



BXTLU8IVB UBTTNO 

QUEENSWOOD 



41 A SAA . .. . ^ 'Rlinatad In approklauialy bat/ aore of 

5IU,JUU A ait -room bungaUw having Uvmg-ypom grwund A dahghiful buagatew rrmpnaad 



Bmali grmndo with ahade treea Com- " "" . 

ibinalinn gaa and wlJ range and lined] | 

I3*e5r-"«t3 X‘‘33rnui5l*rM"'«4 1324 GOVERNMENT STREET', 
$8950! 



OAK BAY— SEAFRONT 



BKAKD HBW 



HEISTERMAN & CO .T^VoJy^ Ooog RKlUCtlon tor All C..h |fe‘atr'*i‘Sg;''f.3niri $4200 •» TORT BTR^T FBm 

ntl5 I tKMAIN & L.U. C*« K V caateltm. j bxtLUBIVB UBTWO ?f3tun*^3 .^V?.*;,e*^ luembar. •/ Baal Bbtef B*rd • 

BatebUahod IMa tvenlngaBMM Arapaa may be purebaaad Thla home lo'.--. r-/M/cnM»acaiT rTfirew' 

MSI RtAHBBARO BT FHOHt B till bathnuMB UP wHh tebarau /-^are I OUEENSWOOD wovl m'^TOMORROvT^^^*"*/^ GOVERNMENT STREET 

Bvanlngaomi ^ tr^r. !T $8950 B 1..I k B .*M 

oil rttmare $10,500 A ait -room bungaUw having Uvmg-Mom grwwM^ dahghltuTVMigatew^ o^i^Mowd a n teaidanae Fbonao If JL S 

* 7“ 5» livt«f r.«m OAK BAY Ur Br.uh.alta Oomi N- & 5. 

OAK BAY-SEAFRONT f KER & STEPHEN 

Modern au-rewm bungalow eanaiaung of enlranoa nail, large living- Itwni anYtbruva ”|t*m^baiiil7ai*aalanfr '^***™*"^ home Plica $8250 in borne daaignlng AllrKllae reraplioni,^ LtMlTK) 

^•raum with fUao.aaa. dining-room, rmm *'7 DiJJ^rmaritV »* , Pla.m Cull Mr Kali hall, a raDJy larm llvlng-rmu. wlU a.^ utMn* 

awdarn kitchan. thraa baurooma and Pam- room, kitehan lorJ, ^ 47500 •WraeUea flrwpiaca and puilt-lM. 

J^br^S^'l^rKT'r.r.J'K Fug^ c.b Mr caaeiten NEAR COBBLE HILL VICTORIA REALTY ^ GARDEN BEAUTIFL 

‘a1T3iry*3:3‘' -I*'* Bvenlng. BMoa ^ cu.Uvaubta ^ MITCHEU. WITH POSSlBIUTIES 

$13,650 east s,de of h,gh - ■<>- ™ of good f,nanc,al 

FAIRFIELD BUNGALOW ur",r«.r3n .3* 4195 AA QUADRA. OFF TATTERSALL*«"‘* XTmw bl3^%“ 1‘tST R»-hB*h«.od»n RETURNS 

_ . . f*rgga .... Frica . . 5oOUVj war pipthg a ftrwt-ciaM baaung oiant. iTbia ptonarty mt mmmtit two M 

- 1 Pl..a.c.UMr RUI Kirmu*^ and gnraga Bri.n^d fmll FXri I JSIUF 



'‘t.*.’*!.,*.!** of livtnt-rrmm wuh apmt Arapiaoa, two OAK BAY 

rahlnat kitrhan. non* and thrae.ptece ■ kitchan and dinette >Puii*^m. 

Ftmbrukc bathroom iMwnatalra Cenew^d mant with furaaca on flonra In moat at I BRAHD HBW 

atairwat m twn ba^tom* uoa*aira Ray u,a roonu Uving-room panalad in knotty Reallr a da luxe euerioui buneaurw m 

iwoertte batemani with dr«va-y> earage fgina la an. an eitrameiy wooc/i mt BFAtrnPm. 

Built n yeara ago on a fnrner Ini'wilh poal ^ 4RySn .*^ 5 nr.avi irtii. itwm. ma teat woro 

iawnt and abruaa M bOO bandlaa o.j.nre *”•” *•**' ■»0^7>U te boma daaignlng Atlracliae recaption 

•< tJI per month ^'yer\r\ Pleaae Cull Mr Kali hall, a really Imm liylng-rwom wlU a 

Pleaae Cab Mr Caaellnn 
i Bvenlnga B Mac 



Plaoae Call Mr Kali 

NEAR COBBl^ HILL 



hall, a really large llylng-rwnm with ai 
moM attracUye ffrvplan and huill-ln^{ 
rary nlca dining-room and baaoUtui oa4| 
ftedrt. a pKUre-hoak klkhau. wltb inteldl 
linoleum Ute cinh. drop aalUng aapanoiaa 



B tdit or B liM 
Realdanaa Fbanao' 

Ur Bratthwalta O *M1 
Mr Ragara O MW 
Mr Kirkpatrick. Stin 



VICTORIA REALTY 

H r MITCHBU. 



til PORT BTRKXT FRwm O tidl 

Memhara wf Real Bbtdta K«rd wf Tteurta 



K. & S. 

KER & STEPHENSON 



A GARDEN BEAUTIFUL 
WITH POSSIBILITIES 



Pally modwrn awaaigting at llflng room 

with tiraplaaa, dlniiig-room, 1 badrooma i<.-yioicS TKH m»w POIHT 



Wteben with nook and vH^d for aideinr bungalow on 

fanga Kardwooil floora Fall Lamani mi Ttarouab 

Sjrr3' 31 l^^T.lng roo2 ^uh 

arroRBK Ooubla garag# Klic garden „^|*ee dmlat-roodt. 0- 
With fruit iraaa, tuV^ATR dQOCn ilteted Dtrhen wall^StidM 
F O BK Kn SlOH Prtea 50y5U «,ih gountera aad ahalaing 

and tlted cink. Iliad bath- 

SEA VIEW— FAIRFIELD ~ 

•.ateiani naw-rm- aiding bangate. c— 



A wall-dckignad k-ranmed-plu* cedar ghake 
bungalow 'BuJli to lt«d br o»a af Vlr- 
terla'a maaur buildart ft ta a h ome ym 
you wUl ba proud tn own Through t-hall 
llflng-raom. apett flraplaaa dloln g-reem 
all with hardwflod fo,<ri TWO BBD- 
ROOMB 4-pleca bathroom. cablrH-t kiirhen 
wired tor alertrir ranee breahtoat nook, 
atlllly room wtah laundrv tuba off klteh - 1 



GORGE 

5-ROOM SEMI-STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 



UOM Thla h«a will be rwada twr ee- 
aupney la approt. thraa waaka Lww taaaa. 



EXCLUSIVE 

aupacy la approt. thraa waaka Lww tataa A ACRF^ ANR FlUF RORAA "•.‘i' **«‘»““ ••*•» « • •*»•«». •«»« nmma gna oinatia rwii watemani and 
CatteteuaMd by aaa mt the gmarWat buUd-- ® FV-f^Cj rtiNU; riVC Kv,A./fV1 algo, it deairad. ptovida grtti apoanunuteg cenirgl hatt Aitarhad garaga Nir* gar- 

3; hg‘u^3s ^'d^ute^Kur.! bungalow - $8000 $65oo 

teeluaiya awenu $12,000" ** »Hh a (lya- ’ Iniertqr aafflateatly aMdem tor oomtan- SAANICH 

^ .rwwm bungalow Tha houM te not new but !*?'• ••*'"« a wnc«u ww%rt «,ri.^.,A* m . 

1.^ . - „. . .. ' Bl opinw ganiif aa to hlcticr ■rwwnd wHh ■■RODM RBUl-BuMaALDW iR A R10B 

1 , •‘Bind ewnatnmiwo. and nsald duKt rockertaa aivd Urge aai^ 'rMc tha gar- •*‘****n PuB aemeat baaamant with fur- 

Ritnet Conso idoted. Ltd *•*”' "• Tbig prooertr u u»ld«h u nued ^th rare aad hoauO/ul '•‘’'‘f* *• *>•*• •“< "'«• 

_ * • yary nka divtrtr- aad fha land rould I ndvryrp— irii laplh Mna pupplaa acacaa ML CC'IAA 

*•* I** lubdiylded If OKaa«gry At piaggni It of fartatiaa of uolyanUim and many Prtea .. 50«9UU 



QUADRA REALTY, LTD. 

llld QUADRA KTKBrr PNOHS B 4tU 
Baa. BdaSi. O MM 

WATERFRONT 

Lnaaty d-rtma atucco bontDow with full 
bgMmeni at«d MOT-WArKR OIL-0-MAT1C 

UKAT ttarawgad floart in main raoma 
and thraugh bait. Caua room la baaamaot 
Drlyt-ln farwgc WaJ-Mahnad gardan. 
Wwodorhil aiawa # t a TCA 

Priaw 5 I 4, /DU 

$2500 DOWN PAYMENT 

g-room tiUMO hubgaiaw with full baaa. 
ment and «dhirg| baai Orlvg-in garaga. 
Haat Quadra Btraai Baanich gCACA 
PuU pDaw 5D20U 

GORGE 

KXCLUSIVR 

Plea-rowm oldrr.iyM bungaki* *Uh Bull 
baaameni and canirD haci Dr1aa-ib gar- 
•ga Hlca gaiuao with tmlt gCVAA 

iraaa FDcw . 5D/UU 

MOUNT VIEW 

Pwttf rwam bungelow with tall baaamaait 
and furaaca. Roaaatly radaa- *eCAA 
.rated Teami. Pn«a 540UU 

HIGH QUADRA 



Tbie ptopartt mt nwarte (*a Meet. Sited HIGH OUADRA 

with rare plaati attPhlytof Maom ai all 

teaauna Will afford inftnite aaitafacttea to White ahaba bur-gatew coaaieting ml d 
a laally pgaatenote lavar of a gardan. and ruoma and dinatta PuU batemani and 
algo. If deairad. Ptovida graat epocriunUMa ceolral heat Aitarhad garaga Nird gar- 
for mbru Dwm vtattarv ang mica at high dan and trull ireaa. PzCAA 

pricaa at paianniai ahrahK bulba. tea do and PrWa - 500UU 



an Pull remeor baaement nimoua rowm t«rga UviB|-(wwm with wpan Sreptaca and agenU 

with npan ftrenUre ploed hnt-air lurnara hardwnod Soon Tww iaraa badronma on i 



gutm, at nylng.room“*wuh*tlraplaoa. 

Biaingrwom. 3 badruosu, modarn klleban. ..-MTix 

tea garan ur^arten Ho oVrd«i*V3'*tr;^ 

BuMmant. A goof bay at 90wV/w im 



with npan (irepUre ploed hnt-alr lurnara hardwnod floora Tww large badronma on 
Baparau 'matehad' garaga Ijraefy gar-, 'be groufig Soor. Ihrwa-place Fambroka 
dan Lot Cl a IH TarWM ara rath lo bathfwnm Rrtghi and attractira k,irhen 
H H A Wtertgaga Balance al DC A Conraated etalrway M flniihad badronm dp- 
MOHTK. Inalodlng taaaa iMateat 4« iCtairt PuU cemant baMnanl, piped hui- 



SAANICH 



10 ROOMS 



ireea and two 
poati 

QOADRA. /Ttar 6TBR A 



$14,700 



•Itwaiad daaa in and Ideal ai nan wa miui PROM CtTT CKHTRK 
roomtng bouoa Fraparir lb tfrai-alnaa g tma borne ql atght rwomu 

•undKlon Ottrold roof, fruit irwm Unoe with itvina-reom >Tirewlare<. 
wad oil rwnga incJudod Half g^QAA *•« ittraoliaeui. dinibg-rowm. 

aauto handlaa Prim 



-alaaa g tme borne ml atght rwomu 
Unoa «)th Itvlng-reem >flrewlare<. 



INCOME $71.50 



ram Unoa «)th Itvlna-reem >tlrewlare<, 
KAQAA *•« ittraolneai. dinibg-rowm. 
50^ww /gMnet ktirhan. bedroom and 
bathream and olllliy room 

> dawn 'tlirea boitrawma and 

> bathroam up Mardwoad 
nnotc In main roama Con- 



PRICE $10,500 

Ragluteva tuctlng 
Plaaaa CaB Bdaar Markenaia 
tvanlnga B tSD 

FAIRFIELD 
CORNWALL STREET 



7 *S -^21*’* t?"- •‘I™/’”; Rithet Consolidoted. Ltd *• modammwd Tbu praotrtr u u»ld«h U nueg wUh rare aad haauS/ai *' 

at DC A Conreated Mirway ta llniihed badronm dp- ' ^uiiat-Miwuicu, i_iu. , dietrtc- and the land muid i flawetp-trii lapln Mot poppim aaacoo c*">r« 

It 4« eomant baaaimnt, piped hai- ■*» fBH | be lubdiyided if oKoa-ary Al pcaaani It af yanetiao at polyanUum and many • 

air fumaoa tmege lot dd i CM Attrae. Mkmbar Bml Kkta-.t Board mt Vtetorte » *B andar culttyatten. tacudlng iw«,oihae« Traaa, arPMnentai ahraba pnola 

' garden KTCnH iiia «■<■> mraww-e waciww « i-«a ' tC/** *•"«*. M»e yoong fruu iraai 'and pergolaa do( tha graonda and tleyarly 

Poll pnea 5/OUU *•*' WRARP KTKBBT PROHB OITlCiTbarv U alao a chlckao bouM and atbar I daaignad oaiha lead ayarywhara 



lire gmund* and garden d 

Poll pnet -I 

Ftraae Call Ian Alcoek 
Bveningi Cotgnltk tliO 



GORGE 

CEDAR SHAKE BUNGALOW 



VICTORIA WEST 



outbuildinga 



Mr Uvm, OCMC. Hr. Cnaiance. I IBM 



I TEN MILE POINT 



$3600 
HAULTAIN 
A REAL SNAP 



The ewneri. who tor nmny ywara hare , Nim Cwar-room eitioea bungalow wRb 41- 
labored W brtag Itea garden ta Ita preaeni ,ao4ia and thrae piara bath Putt bawawieni 
pa*k of partaauan ara andar tha duetar'a'wite central haat lurnaea Oood gaidaa 
ordara M maaa haarr wark •• the praw- MB aica toaaUon A raal bay #cAn/\ 
my muai ba told It wtU ba • pteatwre toc xcre/teMi Pet. SbOOO 

toy any mambar at any atafr M ahow It M 
yaa tf yna art tn the marka' ta bag 



wark aa the praw- law wica towwUon A raal bay 
a^Pte^re tmrmm arranged Prim 



$5000 



Par Btenih Blgl, Quadra dmrtat C*rwom 2u?3*d ^l-te^ded“ hot-air 



T.r r" - - -- - ker & stephenson 

roam, opao Ute tiraplaaa. /ining-ronm. kit- buncateo, aaaUad la a ar.ta gar.gt Na baaamant Viewad Ml 



•alia wi cid M. S-roomad aulia at Cl) par 
maoth Boma fumilwra inciud- «• j-wert 



Booth soma rumilwra inciud- r,d7Kn ranga BeooraM 
ad. Tarma at law prtea af 5^/ ^vlga Mg aortgagw 



FAIRFIELD 

■loalad noar PIva Fatnu, accaUani Dra- KEI 
taam uding bungalow with full aemani 
baaaoaaai. nuna/a and teoarala garaga 
Lot MrICc ft Nka garden, lawna and 
rrwit Iraaa Quick poaaamion tevocA Mamt 

Prtea 5O0!>U KSOO’ 

SAANICH "'•* 

out roR CODPLB WaU-bwiH ♦ room 

banaaiew with toll aamant baaemeni #pm| 
naw rwmam Bsira Dna gardan A vary 

^rm and naut bama $4950 "" *** 



Wired tar ateo4Da 
Beoarata garage 

$14,900 



KER & STEPHENSON 

Ltumra 

Mambar Raaj Rataia Board ad VlaCorU 
eng OOTKKHUKHT BT PROHB O <ir 
HtgtuVhoam BCMd. B MT). OCTIC 



chan, oaniry. cunrmm. aura toilet Op- AugVhaa Ilam^ Tm *wum* t «»•««•• u Irom appaiolmanl anty 

a'alta-) bedraowta j pea baihroom. tuU _*^"»** ' aanffMl Kao many ipateal lealuraa. ■. my 

rement baaamant, piped hot-air furnace «*‘^l»'K«dW Goad toaaiioa Lot meJuding a VAULTXO CSlLlCfo in bring- ^ 

gflya-la garaga Ut MrCd Taxet CC7 ^ ^ tAKHA Ownar bavUti aequlrad a ooubirv 

Tanna. 50DUU teeidanea dmtrM quick aDa and e07KA SAANICF 

Pfiet 5O0DU Pleaaa Tan tun Almk raduam prtea la 50/^U 

Plaaaa roll Bdgar Martenila Bvenlnga Colqnita 114D ‘AM tw Mr Rope mt Mr Matnawaoui *2nUm 

Bvanlngi BUD k y-vec rwncirr threa-pteae uathr 

1 _J , ... AriOSS STREET uu unk. ba.eoM 

Kjpw ^ RnoM riTY HOMF iremD 6 rTon, noimes. Ltd. ^ Appr« doqu u 

•NtW J Kv»fv,/iV1 V.,1 I T nVJ/VIC » Ofl-O-Mattc sat-watar-baalad lag-ctury Frka auly 

AND INCOME I imb ootbrhmkht bt. FworaociM 7' tre* T”* *’*i“»* ■<> m 



Aok far Ut Burreiidh. 



SAANICH— CLOSE IN 



UMITBO 

MemSar Raal Biiate Bakrd af Vietorla 
wd oovBRBHBfyr BT PRora otm 

Htfhi Phonaa BdOd -BMTj 



NEAR SELKIRK WATERS 
4 ROOMS— FULL BASEMENT 

w y QAA -Ownar laarlng tar OM Catinkry 
I 500vA/ ottara thia eamnart abito redue 



Bte-raam gtdlfw howia with thraa large 
raoma an main /tear ) barlranmi and 
baihraam wpalalra Rfwoarky >* b a A aa 
A l fwudltloa Prira 54ZUU 



$2000 CASH 
$30 PER MONTH 
FULL PRICE $6000 
5 ROOMS. BASEMENT. 
GARDEN 



In popular RIfih QUADRA dtiirtci. aitnng 
naw bntnea Large liatng-room. open fire- 
place. IW' twin-*iaad hMronwu Throngh 
bail Rardwnod ftoora cTueat - ilted 
dlnlng-rwHU and rabinai kitchen Tiled 
alnk Pull baaemeni wuh ) BOOM SUTTB 
ranted al CM ta aingl* paraan Dnehlc 
plomhuig Rol-alr piped temare healint 

iLT,'“.„r $10,000 

Fleam rwTI Ren 1.1m. ayanlngt B 1C1C 



CARMICHAEL'S 



OAK BAY 

OCHKDUTB FOBBSanOH 



nm (AM far Mr Rout ar Mr Matuawaoui BDHOALOW — Dalug-raam with] derarated Inlartar far qutak mte wlU 

flmplaaa. «ni^ • room, two badroaow aarly poamaalan Caay llring room with 

a '/ACC CTOcrT S***‘"!?** bathroam. and kHcbOB witnl riraglaaa iwa gaod-aia^ badraamt amari 

I /ViWjj DiKCtI Ule alnk. b^emanv furnaaa and garaga /m i a Ar» a kitchen with ule alnk and balli- iiwrwp- 

nes, Ltd. u« K.A..a ».• ..m, wogg u banai. BCACA QUADRA DISTRICT bmrm. inrea-Mme Pain Baai X.C 

^ ... **Um *tw 3I •"**’ 5D2DU CTl irrn K CrvAadC »maU dC'dan anb Uirm tnm uaaa OMva- 

pRoraociH ^^~^^R(Rj^.^m nra^q^^^ ^ STUCCO — 5 ROOMS “T^bTiY^ 

many large ,’jpboaida an tha aecoud Hoar BCACA--^*' • rwaUy chaau bm»a lu wdutai. s iici. aegi g mu 

I"» teoaptlon haU. $6850 gwad aaudittan Uiio would ba ^ 

dtti bvibf-rapai blUi nrapUaa. diniag- wwu.,>v ^ gaaal Urtut-raam wnh brick FAIRF FLD 

raam. tliciwu. paaa pantn and • Pow3r »**W PlVl-ROttei BTDCOO BWOALOW- Sraptaae "ntr.t r mm J^faSma ki* rAIKFICLU 

EL'S 231 b2iL^]3'iI1^3ltuK*\mtel“A2a teITB3.lL.lLi* *nd t^hrwwm Pull oamani ba— 6 ROOMS 3 BEDROOMS 

aatra raam. Oaruga aaparate A feeauutul faaturm and akaaiteni plaaiar work High garage itiee garden near ataraa and **• ***** 

gardan aurrawnite ttiii probartr ImwiadtaW bamaMni with dnya-m nrana tt yaw ara {tanAanriAtten Taaa. aia wat. aa.i« 507^U denttal diainct rteao la nark. 



WUOV/L/ artan IMC eampait abito cedar 
aidiag bungwiew wuii new rout and rtieelB 
derarated Inlartar far qutak mte with 
•arif poamaalan Caay living rmm with 
riraulaaa iwa gaod-aiaad badraamt aourt 
kltrhen with die alnk and ballt. liw rwp- 
bnarda. inrea-pime nath Naai ^wu. 
•maU dC'dan wHb thraa truit Uaaa Driva- 
in to'xga Owwd terww may ba arranged. 
Pleaaa call Mr FaUlak. B Itll. aen B CSO 



FAIRFIELD 

6 ROOMS— 3 BEDROOMS 



garden aurrwwnite 



waaupanry 

•wniaag Mr 
Pnaa 



run aaparate A feeauutul faatarm and aamiteni plaaiay wwrk High garage itiae garden near 
u ttiii propany Imwiadtaw baMUMPi with dnya-to garage tt you ara UanaaQrtation Taam DC 
Par (unhar gataite. kindly •aauing for aaMthlnc vavT mwdar w . tet pnaaeacMn Ptoam aak Ur B 
Hurttegtan ^ j .n . 5 ^ aa abcua yaw Ihte ..am 8 tCMi • 

5 1 Ra m AkB fat Mr CJur*. 



.•am 8 tCMl 



AkB taa Mr OurR 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd. 

idtB oovBRHMXirr BTHKrr o cm 



McCANDLESS REALTY 



»44 PORT BTRBfT 



IPAI TV nkot, Maaa Utite bunntew aMtelntug 
tC/M. I T halL Uriog-raom. dioing-raam. flraalaaa. 

1 pieca bath S badrooma. glaoaed-in wn 
mnivs H aiM ramaut boMmant. drum twrnaaa. 



I raoma m good itraat Hwrih «f Oie , ,,,, -vieve 

$7600 OAK BAY 

SutePdJd borne of atght rooma lo pertaci GOOD SEA VIEW 

y\Ate r»AW (ronditian. with flBk ouk tewnug. ULuated tjvywi./ Jt/% WfCTT 

OAK BAY •I' f>*U aara of baaouful teudaaapad OCdar-ivpa bema with eight rmami Oll-O- 



tUMK&tATB FOBsaaMCM llflng-fwom. roar dan with tirepiare' nice gardan Hewly daenr'a«ad A good Flewinmg. lo raiw good aondUtan Inaide r PfVSAAC *) QCr^D/*V^AdC 

Brmnd-ntw 4 mnn .lucwo w«ee.te. w.^n •'i*»‘-*l*e dlnlog-foom wad auaraom. wll Baeu kg wppMnuuaM a 1 /\ c/sa •••• « Beartug fruH Iraaa and O tSV-A-fDnD— O DCl.;rjUtJfV\3 

K Auuur wSTriaiTta*^ •»»A»(ted teocing Two large necT dolr Prlaa $10/500 * '•*' »*»»d wmatd ba autwined s y Thlg la a aary wa« cuum.vamd 

M krmiua wan rigbt to 4A*;nn **rt*rw baihraam DPfTTAIRB "• IK w/*cwv 50JUU twma aud M aary utoa appau- 

or which can ba abul off by cancaated daor * *avwa B >4d)> ttirx iimtda aad wai PlroRtura glam 

. ... *•* ha**'**** bathroami. numetatu CTl 1 ^^/^ CC Adt Gl IKir* A I rMAr "“**• *• h*Uif »•*•. dWiiug-raam wim 

Oak bay ^Pboarda and trunk rwam Hew all 5 1 i/GGU 5tA4l-BUNGALOW 1 AMC uii 1 K B/VIAjIC baiH-lu bar ar aarring aaantay. naai 

rutewniA-rw mrmmmmmi r^ tc- ciy VPAP^ CH ft i-^IVC niLU 5 KLAJ/Wi gjuhea Thraa g.«4 badraoau /«tl ba— 

tMbODIATV pi-WRlflBTCW [ff*. .y**-‘f .^* **n thnramghly 5IA T tAKi ULU ULTRA-MODERN I*'*!* I****** **« FtlrteB. 

atucao Miml-baMalaw g ,, * $25,000 f*ut-»aam tomi-bimaalaw. Btween Are *aa wusina fat a •****♦ ***• • •••* 

$ 1 2,000 nfar , .P. AMn. hawkes foster, ltd. 



trouuda Attraauva antrahea hall lardc|H*ua bwt-alr baatiM Baparatk garage icarden aB 



I MILE CITY HALL 
I 7 ROOMS — 1 ACRE 

^dyQCA-Latk Af bvinc-rnam hara. wiib 
507DU aarawa ar«bard aad aegaiabto 



Vary aarly denttal diainci eteaa la part. 

■Uida. Bgidl mmm and ahnpping Uving-rnwoi alth nag 
* Oaaea aad traptoaa. dlntng-ri am. cabtaag 

kiiabaa. aaa badramu daww and twa op. 
^ai I PuU baaemeni tuba hat air piped heat* 

Ing Mparato garaga Thla w a gnad buy 
Af*'pc at thla reaaanabie pDea Fleam eall Ur. 

Fcuiek. Bgttt. erg. BCdiJ 



BeatUngt Mr Latng. BTNC aa 
Ura. MaCandtekk, O iSCC 



drirw-in garaaa. amill pouluy baum, lane 
ai raur new Duraid root. Doan neait ra- 
candtuwnad nicely daewrated thraoxCMul 
/Uki dht Mark ta boa. cloaa la Why pay 
rant whwn you can awn roar awn hogua an 
aurh genarwuk lermai 



THE YORKSHIRE , 

m FAcme B B njRi T t RR. LTD 5 ROOMS, 1 ACRE, FRUIT 
Iti FORT BTTRXBT FKOKl B 7IBd TREES, POULTRY HOUSE, 

FURNISHED. $6300 

OAK BAY I* papular Bwan Luka dteUtot Ptw« 

A FINE FAMILY HOME SLt" 



\yoiN on • la UM gapulur Bwan Laka dteUtot Ptwm 

A FIKiE PAMM V MHAAF *^' kiMt. grapea. email truito La e atad 

rifNt rA/VMLT nU/V\t nigh UP aiih aaaatending vtew Tba hauw 

■ yog mrm teaklag Inr a family bnate to **3L33ut*"rewanUv au3ta 

Oak Bar with abaolute aH-luairw ha aurv “Lc«u!m*Sii *i^T 

and make a patnl of cmibg Ihl* one Thla ••‘•K* "•!. thmurt tell U«M- 

prMfky la Jnm\m4 rtem ta Wlnaaar Park fl2?-^Sv“V:r3rum2!^'‘33ca3r — ' 
aa>d aaneieu al iiyloc-raom dtuing*'****- * . kiBrioM. mtoym w 



BOORMAN'S 

SIX-ROOM BUNGALOW 
LARGE LOT, 72 k 208 
CLOSE IN 

Thla bungalow ba« beau kept lb vary gaad 
eondiUMi Uamg-raim. diMOg-raom. omo 
U tobatk THRBB BgVIkOtbCa. bathroom 
and Ihrough ball Puil bamtnani. ho'-clr 
haat Vary nlca arannda wiib ampte aa- 
rlualow Tacat Ita Cloae |/> wua aabaai 



Brand-naw t raam tl 
•f Arauua Walk rig 
for 



tiiKoa I 

right ta 



a arybard aad aegaiabto 

aiucea bwma with daubla 

y good aondUtan Inaide 



# 1 /\ m/s/\ ••• ‘'•t* *1 Qeartng fraH Iraaa and 

5 lU/OUU ^u** k r*nl »*Hta aawtd ba autained u • •uy waU raueituamB 

tram iha tat Fleaaa eaU Ur Rinda. 50JGU hama and M aary uMc appaar- 



VICTORIA WEST 
6 ROOMS— 3 BEDROOMS 



B gift laaaa B tid)> 



anra Inaida and wai Plrwpluta glam 
dowfc ta brlag raam. dWiiug-raam (nta 
baiH-ta bar ar aarrlug aaantay. nang 
kluhaa Thraa g>«4 badraoau tuti ba— 
oieni garage Flaaaa eall Ur Falrtek. 
BCIdli araa. B CMC 



$12,000 near uplands 

OAK BAY 200 FT SEA FRONTAGE 



HBA* wou^iwa BBACR 



rlualow Taaaa »4 Cloae |/> wua aabawi . ^ aiuactm land aurrwunde ibte otl-o.Manc I tP-*"**^ .Jf. awwwtai- 

aad cteraa down pay t^cncn'LlVT •••By uat waiar-baatod C-badrawm raaidenra **® * bargain 4fl4rin 

maul wni nandia FRiri 55yj>0 **wm and aahwai ihU la a real Bnirance ball, larga Bylna-eaoan wuh flrw- •* 504UU 



gau. all wuh wpaa tlrwptoeae. itir^ aud *f»**’‘ *’£, 

palirr Op»ialra. Ihrm llna badrwoma and ^rraca fruit roam Jn^jdal ta 

Lptaaa b^tanm PuB aaoamani augi*^* “ *“ «»*• f»fb*«* 

awparato garage. Tba Unuu la tn ai-»<tem •«•'**•«. dlnlog-fM itata *«rf- 



OAK BAY 
HOT-WATER HEAT 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

MOOOkH KTVCCO -WOHOALDW w 



- . .O.. ■> ■ real unirance ball, teraa BTlna-yaam wuh flrw- 

4 in Rnn *^‘-4«ta dmiaa-raam. ateatru klu 

•* AfW/Jww Chau pantry and powdar mum an main 

n— r B aaawiawi oarata aaparate Wwrda 
IIPI AKjn^ aanuot tully daarHba tate property Purlbar 

partteuluTi opaa anqnlry BOB: OOO 
fh'uated au parb-liha aewaada among uaa 5 aD,UUU 

bawie* Thla towaly mndem ranah-typy fkW Mr Mr BuniuatadU 

,U. bunauMw (onutaa Briabt wniranca ban 

1 larga airv Iiv'rM-mam Daliabaal dlamg- UBT rr<VR PRnrteTT WTTR 



rYC/^^ UKL/MNUi *um-i» bu37o3 

200 FT SEA FRONTAGE K.VTr and uMrtty mam Pull rwaieni 

MB e«M f — lu— and 3".*’-o?V.a.Vte.'^".:3 

Mt-watat-haalad i-badraam raaldenra T*’ auly A bargain ***" 331 S, *B*^^ 



IC1C DOOOLAB bthikt 



Bracing Phorvaa 
Ctr HlUhan. ogm 
Ur Clark B CSPl 
Mr Burrmigh. B yiM 



. HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 



iMg DOGntAB 



Attached fCIC VIBW KTIkraT 



aaparate garage Tba Unu*e la in ei-»'tem ,"*™er aiiaraao. oining-rwam eana. waan- MOEHDUe VTVCCO -WDHOALOW with “v«a»»«w nenuma wrnm wnirancw gall. 

aandHion and It mrrnunded by w tevalri"'* teaching radio and rarteua athar baauiiful erwwude ta ao ee-tutfve dlairtet ’**'** **'' liv'na-rowm Deliebaul dlamg- UST TfRTR PRnrteTT WTTR 

K rdeo with thady lawnt ehr»be, Irul* and '****• I Urga tiaing-raam fwll-atae dining-iwaai. “*’*"*!^ *•**"• •’•' L . . — . 

ahmluie *pyi"aey''**" **** cTl /VVrt ' !brLa**Mtbr3m*'''iitm'^YHrtieT'Vth^ite **1, t **1. ^St'”"** MARA, BATE 8, CO., LTD. 'JOHNSTON & CO. LTD 

SWINERTON & CO. LTD. r..‘„ •* 

»o« .A. . uu. -.U..UU. .... “ f’-iS't::";::-'"*' $ 10 , 500 $ 36 ^' 

raam taengatew wita futl hatamant and (fciabiubad IliBi Bvanlnge aad wmb-and phana ^ ^ 50U,LAA/ 

aaparate turaga Oaad gaedan CTnm to I Wr gMdt o »*Ca Appaiaimaut la Tipw "" 

etnraa aad eckaaie m i /x n/n/n I 

Prtea 5IU/UUU , im BRDAi) KTRKKT PRoraotNi SPPriAl 

JDKT LiSTRD WITR OB ~ A Watarfraul , Ax,/-c/-»Of\ ' BOOrmOfl lOVeStment Co. Rvefftatr Mr Offban. B IFTC D/VMI KMF\ AOCA 

praparty tn Baqutman canttetlug af llvtag- LANGFORD ... RCXI.KLAND AREA 



$30,000 



Fhaua fny Appatoli 

Itig BfIDAfi mkKKT 



CfIDAS KTRKKT PROraotNl 
Kvantutr Mr Offbarl. B IFTI 



property 
mam. 4t, 



tntag-rnaea, badraom. 
Thraa r 



baihraam Thraa rname ta baaameni Bat,#OOC/^ ~ **aderu thr— raam oiueaa 
water haaung ta oB raeme OnM eaatty.5J03U b u tigatow aiih braatfaM naafc. 
be aaad at i«> leparato auita aad brtag I Pee bi aba batb City hfhi and water 
ta 0 goad rwranaa h-acra mn/Wt >*'!• sew garaga Laaaty taaa^ilaa. etnaa 
tab ta iurdaa 5YUUU|to Tang(«rd Laka Fit, ad ta lita ae awnoc 

Or naw aftar, jiraaafarrad Bam 

BvaahtcA t taCB a . CAA “ "•* fbwe-faam whtta taaaao 

{ 543UU bwuduMw. fuDr taadaru cod ta 

llbwd eanirul taeatiag. Aitarhad gonga 



- Madam thr— raam aiueao ' 



water haaung ta oB raome CauM aaatty.5^0.^ b u ngatew aiih braatfaM naafc.'— wtM wpwwp 
ba aaad •• i«> eeparsm auila aad brtag I Pambraha batb City hfhi aad waiar, ve«^ wtwt 



Limited 



ROCKLAND AREA 



I COMPLKT7 rrarRAHrt bsrvics 

' 4A1AA~^**** ***- ^'Mam team wiih 
500vA/ wairw gpatg far Kir.rmu& 

I FUU baaamwni farwaei pad garuga M 
tatteeu Chapa Oaad far rereuaa 

' #Cn/Vh— Bf*sB naw atuaaa e roama 



KING 

OAK BAY 

Ms aMea-aeagptw aa luaa hwmei ta Miatra 



SEA VIEW 
IN 

OAK BAY 

i raam aiwrcn buhgamir •bP'oeimawry g 
yeerc -.ig MardwaaO fteara. aabtual kii- 
rhen and all raapM an tha main te»r ara 
anir aeme ml tba feamrea Full baeeoMni 
with hai-mlr fainaaa aewara-a garaga ai> 
trMtiva purOM with frwM trara ate Aag 

?:JSr.ry.u.M $13,700 



$2500 



1 D»hu paymaut and batenaa aa mat ban 
2 ifTlaiii” I iRte *•»*«• tamgatag with UmmmmmkAti 

ta pnaa tram ii* ^ m gta.mm (newly gaearciag bud yaa aaa mera m im- 

CITY $4800 



PROW8 B mi 



OAK BAY 



a A CAA ^ *** Kwe-faim whtta Maaea 
I 543UU bwudAMw. fuDy taadaru cod ta 



Id Well iimirwilid Prau 

j lUB-raam. omeu Bteplaa 

FAIRFIELD-NEAR SEA 



rxv,cv.r\v/-»iui^ /-irvuTx etuem e raama(«M — 

high SECLUDED LOCATION 52^.42* 

CBDAB BRARB RUHOALOW gutendld Ur Ute^ ftow ta^ kKn^ Utility and bath. Mte 
I In g-raa ta. dining - raam. KTRKAM - UHBU ** •• 

' Krroiai. mtm badraeme Apueirriiueigtj . _ _ I 



CITY 

% 

, Ptve-rwam bungatew to fair aaadlttoa 

wHu rary ulaa furgau nuH irwm RlBh 



$5250 ®' Normington 



— - llwK eanirul taeattei. Aitarhad gunga . ^ lrrrr«^.L,Ii^L\Z .—1 iC^w***' 

I uwaa toi Vmmi Oaod home g( gta maeiaui rwaww. Ac a *'*'• garaga with twa roama Thu bama 

bama py duptat Btora taaiwdad TWaa.** b# a ntee lot tn town at«d gar- 

Randara' Opuari wu Wy — Throe auBntahad ruame aud euup ui ub drau. thraa raadu up. <*• '*"•• *• etnrm and trunaymreatHm 

*3050. TWO-ROOM HOME — «* « KTKi.''"*- KS;"’*:* $7950 

BUT Fvioa k 56800 

25? £!rrJL“*u3"Lir3ir $1750 $2850 j home OR revenue 

SKS^y'TLto'ter— 3^ $450'^»»"trtSJiSr*^“iiS Pf?* r? ^ • »«i* 



OAK BAY 



$10,900 



hagumtui fur 
will haagto 
Fvlaa k 



HOME OR REVENUE 



3 SUITES— FURNISHED 



Ftaaae OUB IW OTitai 
■Tgwugi O IBIB 

ROCKLAND AVE. 



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Oha tad at ihte prw but mira mmm aeail- 
wUw ■ Bm ty ig Bttaatod abmu • mum I 
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ta*M aitraetire gargea. Baagy a and raga- 

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itaam and den. kuehen. ata wMch te a waata- 



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MM «)>• mAm ttrlA* la bia aara 
Pauc t»«M aiu« a atiuiy r aai 
U«iai-ra*« «iUi bardvaa* n«Mi 
and nrtaU(« T«e lam badrao w i 
vlUt aaiala claaau. CaMaai Ui- 
aban. «>plaeB baUuooot- UiUUr 
rvaai vttb tab* TU* Aaori tb 
baihrooM, uuaaa and uitiur immi 



ESQUIMALT HOME 



•bMlvaa and buanaua. Ibia a«M- 
ara Macao banAalo* vub btarval- 
oaa aiMbamnad «aa vwaa Lataa 
Uvlaa^raaM dliUnf-raoM airaaca- 
Uead biubaa. («a bodraa at a and 
do lato baihroaM bull oaawni 
baaaaMat «ub b^-condlUanad 0«- 
O-Maiic h«ai raaiauj rauai and 
bod roam Sana Ian* toi la lovaly 



eOXCn • apoUaao >‘raM 

buaaaioa aa aiM lai viib lava 
a«m taidaa Nlco ttrtaf-raoM vttb nra> 
blata I bodibMb kliabaa and l*aco aatb< 
roam UUUly m aw AoaaraU laraac W««ly 
doceiaiod lulda and oat. OFT >cnU(- 
dIDK Is a nica dUinot COO CA 

FVIJ. FlUCI 3J03U 



Jual 4 yaata old. 4*raaM ilMoao buoiaU 
inaulaiod. virad lac alactnc raad* a 
aiacioc bat «aior Fail caoioai baaaaic 
and djlva*ib caradc bartiaao. Ulad ili 
tifoblaao. MMkVoalanUy laMUd COOC 
Full artcc <3^ 

LaaUBd A'FM 

dak lar Roi Manaor Wonlnco O 13M 



foot a( tiaatafo About LAM cbtyaan- 
iboataao, Fail and W>nu> ftaatrUiA 
Ooud mmA a( fwchata and aa aaaartMont 
at Ml bianu II. AM da«n COXCA 
Fall brtca JZ03U 



$5950 



COA.CA aAFDUl an aUratUra A> 

iZODU ruaoi baao lb JAMES SAY 
Sc« Uaruld raat AUI baaotbcnt «llb Moi- 
WATSX HBATIHO taarrUuni la liral- 
cUa* cdbdiiian Ail an aaa tloar Laoatad in 
tfio biaai doalrabio bari af Jaaiao Bay and 
oioao la acboal* and uabobena* cxOCA 
'ton FUU. FlUCg jQy J*J 



DOLLS' HOUSE SOLD 

faaiaui doUo huoao la inld-- 



MT TOLMIE 



3 BEDROOMS 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 



3-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 



Blfb Ibcaiian, bondorlol atova ai> 
tratUaa Mbdorb mmJ • Aunialab 
•Ith tluao Mlo Lari* Uv1A|-rooca, 
dintn4*raubi. batdvaad floara. aaod- 



ibrao 

traaa. 

Una- 



bancalaa balli Miy 
yaara a|o Onaa'in 
coroar artndaac. inlau 



TbU atacaa bunfato* U awdam 
tb a«an raaboci. tia<rtn« a Uvlnf 
d>o.i.|-r.ioir. I]i2(> eablutt kit- 



'ON A LAKE 



Ttu* boM# U aiiraciicaiy aituawd a« a 
iara* lai ta 1a«n. kardan abode troaa 



A SoTtJiff i}j 1 01 opan 



aantiaa 4 • r«*« ■' 

raatar ftciatia FlcaM lUi 
a* fat dvlrk acUan. Oal 
t Boalty o M4I 



t T AAA CABS hand loo aaaobUunauy 
«JUUU (ood REVEMUB FflOFEXTY 
naar tbaaly Balurk Waiara Tlitaa !««• 
raaa aoU-abuUinad auUaa tboolBi $TT 
pat aMrnU) and tbiaa nlco raaaao fat 
a«nor OoubI* ptaiabliiA. Fall baaoioni. i 
aoparaw garage Tbo m a w iaiy pat**au. 
aa ibu mnt'iaaM baou an aary rcaann- 
abit and Km tali prloa U $^Q00 



batbraon ibu bedraoau and batb- 
raoM ttMtalri Fall caatom baoo- 
nabl Saparaio t«a>rar garago 

Lbfoly lapdarabad gardoa 



noat taur-ptoco batnnMn ruii * 

baaoMooi. dn*t-ia gatao* Halt 'in 

black >a bua. ciMt m KhooU and ac 

TT $6300 !*; 

Includlnt an o«u% Ml « 

Barlutiaa I lai 



kl MO May ba astwbtad aao» 

Monthly payBonta Wt will 
gladly ahaw yau thu ipoilaaaly 
rltan raaldonco at any iimo 



bkdraaM*. aabibai kitobon and mdu> 
Camont baaomani and blbod ttMnaco Bon- 

$7500 

LUtlAA A-AH 

Aak far Mr Armaitoot Bfomntt O AIM 



iaadalay A>cauua Uno nrat to lT)l Flnlaya*i<. bluer 
I ncai ia Ull Fliiiataub Ma4* an atlot- 
_ E tTciao^ 



AilracUir lA-yaar>oM aiur<« aoaai* 
bungalaa near aaa ahana atvd 
tranapatuttan Largt ilvina-rooM, 
dlninf>roon. tilrhta and aaok iwa 
badroaea* and modarn bathrnoM. 
ano flniahod badraaa npataira FviD 
roMcni baaoMoci. rapprt jnpiuf 



Wt ba*« a load ana an Uavamaam Btioai 
aJ>o«int a*4t MM manthli 



OAK BAY— NEAR THE SEA 



ANTEt> 



Very aitracuvo aiucra baeao al ati iwant 
af vhub tbraa aro bodroama Thera la i 
fun eraoDt batomant *nh tuba.' bal'ali 
hoaUnt and dnva>tn garatt Oaad aar 

SIO.OOC 

Uatind A-AAt 

Aa* tar Miaa CautinalL Eyaniua* O AM' 



THREE SEPARATE SUITES' 
120 MENZIES ST. 



Cd^OAA— Eoum BBOIkOObW. atMJ-baa- 
iOOUU galdb Mar HOU.TWOOD 
CRBBCByrr Urga taotbanad llv1ng-ra<m| 
,and dlnlnA-raobt Kiiehni and 3-paa batb | 
Cirrvlattng haator. amM Baach rania and 
'gaa plmto tnrludad Baparata garagt All 
jthia- plua a taa-tao* rottaga with aluab* 
ing ahetrlnc a gaod raaanua CVaaa U> 
ibaarh boa by Iha daar Boata laraia. 



Thta aa*tn-yaar>«>d Mudarn bun- 
galoa at tlfa taaou wllb uUUtV 
tPMa la itiuaiad an a auaat ahofa 
auoamunily pnda la avidant Thu 
home U daalfood tar cawtariabia 
nviBf. baaing liytnf'toeM. •«»- 



Hayal Oak area CaboMu A 
Fboru B TI14 



I Tbraa oatapiaiaiy aaparala luilaa ailb aan 
bPlhraoBM and (rani and back amrancaa 
Ona at iba diratuiMri luitaa baa bean 
eomplotoly radamratad tar yau ailb tacant 
paaaoaaian A larga lai— tr«M S l« S 

Frh“' $6950 

"EIGHT ACBES--S1X ROOMS" 

A madam tu raum huuaa in aicaUanl 
ajtape an aigbi arraa af land- idaai tar 
turkaya at ehirkana • pariHutatiy ailb 
r&mara of high gneat ibia Winur Oanar 
Muot go Ball and u tadaeing CiLIAA 
praparty thia woo* <« I UU 



$9500 



$7350 



Maatiy na« Mue«a bubfala* r|«at 
U> If H A built and ckcollani can* 
dllian tbroughani UtinA-mnpi 
Mning-ranm attraeliya hiuhan aitd 
naak. tbroa bodraaou and ■Mdarn 
bathrpam bardpoad Bnari Full 
eomnt baaemODl dnva*in garaaa 
Fully intulaied 



COMPLETE IN EVERY 
DETAIL 



roar off oorob boao m 

a ran chaiea lorailot) Wtra 
aami'bunfalav «Kb bakuutiu 



$7500 



Yaa aan ino«a rigni ...ui tnta modarn k- 
room buniala* vllhaui any aaita aauip 
noni atpana* Coupriaat thrautn ball 
llvini>roam oitb (traplaea dlniai'raoM 
cabinai ilia kiirb»i> a-piera Famkrokt 
baibroom and l«a baifrooma Full ratnani 
baarmant iriaa-ln garaga. larga land* 
•rapod lai Batra muipmant inoUidM 
Vanat’an bllnda. chima* alartne het-«aior 
haatar wired tdf atwirte range and Oti- 
O-Mallc beat Thota la a ilrla drier and 



$8950 



Mudarn aluca* bungamo in nrat- 
rlaM candiunn U«lr>g-roMi. larga 
atirartiea kllehan and naak. i«a 
bodraama and taor-placa baihraom. 
FUU eanuBi bAacnent Small ruM- 
poj raoB Baparatc garago 



C70(^A FORTAGB IMLIT lb a 

%/ o3U ROAdartul laeauan Brand now 
4>roaio glaaa tlucca bonguin* *>tb all tha 
taiaai eoneatuenraa tiving>r«aM «Hh fir*- 
plara t badraniM dlnetu and cafeiiiai 



HIGH ljUADRA 



$7500 



FOCR 



CLOSE IN 



$6950 



Beonlnga B MM 

MffMPor Real Ba«ala Baard at YietOTiA 



Madam fvdr>roa« bungalaw. naarly 
i>aa U*lng>rodm madotn kilchon 
two badrpotpt and bathroom Full 
eamani baaaenanf dri*a-in garaga. 
Near irarupnria'iex and abapa 



Bik-reoM atoeco bungalaw Madam id 
I me lui dotAtl Thraugb hpll LaiYa 
I llaing'Coooi alih laeaie ula fira-plara 
Dining-rooM Bright caibUM|Auh*a. vlin 
tlla link Tb^ full-ai^^Vdroemi 4- 
plaer Uta batbrnom Okk flpara Ooaa 
rallinga Vonatun Mind* Fuii rrinant 
batoRient Driro-lo garaga Lawni^ 
trayi Hai-alr furnaco IMMBntA'TB 
POmBBStON For appolnimant ta eiaw 
.ploaia rail Mr MrOlUteray 



•ititaT ird htf tha rwah tw handta IRa bam* 
hr wanu II ead f*e‘ fhat aou baee * haiwe 
<hai atu luU. kmdlt tall Mr Rmda a« 
Hawkei Foitar Ud BMdl. ar aeenlnga 



Far CanSdanm and Bom Roaulu L4at Yaur 
Frwparty With 



with fireplace dlBlnt-taom cabloai 
iirhon and naak and three bedroom* 
0 f^mbrnko battiriwiin full cainani 
oni vttb laundry rwwm anti oup- 
k. Nav OUaO^atlr alr'aandlUonaH 
la ayaioM olortrfc hat water wired 
nea Fteluraodua rraund* af an* and 



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FAIRFIELD — REVENUE 



CMaa in tdaal looauen Fartaci eendl- 
tMn Roeanua IIAI a*r Month ptva 4 
laaaly raaau lar tha owner Full ramant 
baaamant lined. Ha* Hal-watar haat 
ho«*ly aa* rang*, biinda. fmuraa hall and 
atatr rarpei* t nrla dod in anrrhaoa prira 

T», FUU. J3200 



Luting A -ATI 

A*k Mr Mr Msnaer Rvot^tng* O 



UPLANDS SLOPE 



FAIRFIELD GUEST HOUSE 
. 10 ROOMS 

FULLY FURNISHED 
OPPOSITE PARK 



Ftnoat duality and featuring all that It 
maat dealrabl* la a botfar hem*, thi* 
•alandldly leratad ali-raom boM* retii' 
prlMu anlranea hall larva llaina-raata with 
Iliad flraalaae dinlng-ream. tablnal kit- 
rhan and three bodmoma *-aiara Fem- 
brokt baihraom rheir* bardwaod nevri In 
Iha main r<yomi Tho baaowiont u fully 
rameaiod with avira (etiat and ahowrr 
On«»>ln garago and 0(l-0>Ma*i>' bA(-w*|ar 

IZ $20,000 

Luting A-AM 

Aak Mr Mi*a Ohartnall. Waning* OtllT 



HIGH LOCATION 



Flaa-rouM Modyn home H M A bulh 

open ttairway toading in two anfinUhtd 
towm* ind batb Full ramant baaamant 
Furnaco Daubta garaga Could ba can- 
yartad lor rdo«l hAuaa or renul Owner 
trtnafarrod Miut tail C 1 1 CAA 

TVRMS FULL FRICl > ' • 



Bituatad an a re mar lot noar Boar-ott Hill 
Farh I ruom* m »%rh floor and luraly 
high ramant baaamani Double plumbiry y 
fireploeo* Hlra ground* COACA 

FuU prie* dOYOU 



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t g-rooM «lib nroaiora. dintna-ew u M twa 
droaMa, kllehan. pantry. balBruaiw baoo- 
mani with fprnaoo and ooMBo garaga 
Small M on and gao ranga # oACA 
iBCludM Frlra JATJU 



R. H. DAVIES REALTY 



HOWARD B. CRAIG 



parch at ‘ n 
air baatlng 



WALKING DISTANCE 

OIL-O-MA'TTC ROT-WATBat RBAT- 
nira rnamk plu* ftnubad room la 



FLASH! 
OAK BAY 



$4500 



Rujflo aiding bungalaw of faur ramna 
LArga llytna-r«aM altb apan firaalar* 
flnlihad In Old BnelUh paltam Two bad- 
rootu* ond metou* kurhan 
Mlhroom Ho baaamant 
FwU priet 



$6000— MARIGOLD 
'4 ROOMS 

NORTH DOUGLAS— $7550 

$6500— HAULTAIN 
$2350 TO HANDLE 



$5950 



Thu *tuceo bungahia all* la Uu Inrelloal 
garden you evei uw Loan*, meat and 
•oeeral kind* ol fuii bearing (run ireaa 
LR Milk with FF O R . a badreomt kit- 
rban and nook, k-pre Fembruka Pathieem 
Full batomoni H»w fumaro OH at»ea 
artd eemran included kk kgn down and 
aaoum* loan al *^ . k)T par FACAA 
month 



“nns U’Alf BXCBLLBNT BUY-Lleing- 
room with Draplara. largo lomily kiuhon. 
twa tood>aU*d aedrooiM ihrea-plae* both-i 
room. Inalda anlronrt ta tulL nigh baa*-' 
mant eoniatnlng hot-air heating unit 
Bepaiaia garage TRO FULL-BIziT LOTS, 
nne a camar Laid out in Uwn. orchard 
and garden Flaaaa caO MR THORHI* 
IDE, Bllkl aeanlnga. O ktlT 



Full Rtfra 



GORGE VIEW 
OIL-O-MATIC 



5 ROOMS— GORGE 
$5500— TERMS 



We aro pneilavad ta offer lAU loeoly fira- 
rooM atuero bungalaw oeerlaobing the 
Oorpa with tha aitromoly law down pay- 
Monl of t4 PM and tba owner will arrange 
the balanea la auitabla manthly paymanu 
Tha home, which la well-built and inatK 
laiad ha* a food floor plan Oompriilng 
through holl. ipMlmu L R. with »ok flAor 
and FF dtDlnc-rooM. i bedrraMP* 4-ploco 
baihroom and madaru blichan FuU bw*a> 
imont with wll heating F 1 A CAA 

lOarago. elr Full price ^ I U/OUU 
I 'Or Hear Offer > 



Furnora in baaemedi af thia reweaoAbly- 
priced boM* Large Uetng-rwoM with fire- 
plara dining • rwo«. two badrnwM an« 
Uiroo-piaee Mthrowm. Attoehad gaeaga 
Law Uxat Cloaa to mhoola, •tore* an( 
iranaDoetollon Flawaa coll Mtk. TBOlUtB 
LOS. B1IP1. aetningo. O U3T 



$M0 MONTHLY 



CASH COUNTS!! 



tikhi -roomed 



reeanue frog* ihu ctooa-ln . . 

bouat Thore i* aull o U*ing-roem and 
kluhanati* Mr owner ec oorotaker 
The full prira u only 

$6850 



Fire-room bwMolow. k to H 
waoiod In Doan lleightk Frtca 
>0 Ild.MO FuJ) baaamant. gi 
large oall-haot lot aaoenilal I 
Mr. TBorneloa O cm. erening* 



CONNORTON LANE 



WEST SAANICH 



Family home of aopertor atoeco conairpr- 
ilDo. eonalitlRg of Uring-rnom SOtM. lorn 
diDing-rowm. aaneareatory. three good- 
Mied bedrootna FaitiPreke kothroom. 
aindera kiirhen with nook All mi one 
floor Full baaamant drlrt-ln garage, 
fumara 

'The garden of is aeraa la a profuaion of 
flnwera. bolbo. ahrubo and practically every 
klrtd of fruit inrluding pearha* aprieota. 
apploa. poara. pluma and imail Iruita 

I In oddiUon iher* I* • gate rottaa* which 
brinp in a receeua of *3M per onnvm 
‘Thl* eolBobl* property ho* )UH been plaeed 
en the market ond la etm of the beet 
buya we hare aeen Ole AAA 

Prirad ol 5 I 4.UUU 

Plewao a«k for Mr Richolaon oe 
Mr Redd-Fulmar 



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SEA VIEW 



Chortnmg home of I room* and dan OH 
heailna Slluatad tn Oak Bay with view 
•I Ihe tea and Btralto via caa 



4 CORY RTtICCO OF FOUR 

nOfiMB on TWO-TMUtOB ACRB at 
treed property iHouai Dowgloa F^QCA 

*r*a Vocont proaeaalan 

CARMCmABLR O Tiki Beeningi. B 1H3 



It WANTED TO BDY^flOtJHES 



JAMES BAY 



\ t4.-rABn CUBRT WILL FAY DF TO 
IT#M Mr a nea< Iwn-bedroom hnoae 
with full eameni baeeman* garage ond not 
over ten or twelve leara eld Lay* ffitl nr 
Oorge preferrod Pnaa Mn rw not later 
than Bepitmber ) FleaM rail Mr Fatrtrk 
Btibl or Bve* >0043 Hawke* Potiar 



WtTRDf BABY WAUUhO OlWrAffCB TO 
TKS C(TY and eloao to tho Parliament 
ftulldinga A thoroughly modarn ond well- 
bwUi bungtipw atording in o gond garden 
with 0 (tw fruit tree*, kuah and tmall 
frulta Comprlatna halt, larae llvirtg-rnom 
with flieplarr. dining-rnom <11 g 13i, wall* 
arranged kUchan. utUity rwam, 3 bodmoena 
and baihtwom. oak flnort Full baMment. 
hai-air turnar* and garage The whole 
In Om-claaa eondlunn FDAAA 

BARLT FOMBRStOtf FRirt «OZUU 



HOME AND GARDEN 
Neof Ook Boy Avenut 

Thia la an older-typ* bnma In wonderful 
rondlllwn. aurrounded by o booullful gar* 
den with fruit* LR DR. den with FF. 
kiirben with mndem rupboarde and in- 
laid lirw 3 badmom* up and baih Full 
iboaemeni fi 
hand)* tfili 
I Prteo 



\ OOnO CLEAR LOT. ALL IH OARDBH 
Bom# abrupt and flowira OMoe to 
Pta atop al Fornwood and Bay on new 
hiahnay Frire llkd B F BnotMo. Mil 
Fernwond BTbkb 



on lerm* Murro bungalow 
MAiaining 1 ronm* and *un 
wa*e* hewiing K*H-arre loi. 
Ta»»* i*a Fnoaeaaten Bew- 



$6500 

perrh hoi- 
nkelf i-eed 
umber Ut 



kk.Mb-kI.Mb CASH 



A CTO CAMP FOR SALh. Oh tSI 
Highway alepo to YWtorlo Vorr 
rreeane Poe«e«*t n n any time Roe 

Oalonlat 



$7750 



HAWKES FOSTER. LTD 



CAD0ORO POINT 

A YSRY 8DB«TAimAU.T->mLT BUR- 
OAU3W In a aeeluded ptwilian and gwltd 
rloee CO tho but aporoilmtiely K tore of 

C krden Tho bunootww wa* built by a 

under for hi* own realdenre and tba 
laturtw la vary tbkk and heavy A g«M- 



\ CABH BUYER WAHTB Htri BUHGA 
low in fond MeAHir Rooemeni pre- 
ferred and M dayr paaoemmn aaeential 
Rm p om Cohrple t » 

\ Mwnm 1-ROOM BouBt ~^mm‘ 
vaur Olt-O-MaUa rewutrwd Out Bat 
ae Upland* Ra kl43 Cnlnniai 



QUADRA 



« hlte redar-ahak* bungalow built Riat 
fere lb* war II ta allrartlee In appear. 
an<4. and rnrtataia of FOUR ROOMR and 
Pembroke bathroom. Inri'iding a nke. 
bright bltrben full boeemenf fumara. 
and aliarTied garage Full-beartikg anple. 

JM... « J^5QQ 



aiae living-room with a anlendld groniu 
Brenlara. I good bedroom* botlironm ond 
kltrhen wired for oteetrte etore Bmoll 
beaement with hM-oir furnace 
garage (MMSDIATI 
FCM8Bmi<!tR FRICR 



R CR.DBR-TTFB RnUBB WARTED IM 
Onk Bay Moat bav* three bedrO'wn* 
•aoi prtae for eaah Phene B kU* 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SUNDAY, AUGUST ]5 
FROM 2 TO 4 30 P M 

1006 NEWPORT AVE 
OAK BAY 



ALEX G. HILL & CO. 



Deep Cave 



F B R FBCT HOME«T» IR 



$8750 



HOWARD B. CRAIG 

Call oun BEAL BRTATB O m3 
1131 90ADIU iCwr Yiew and 9wadra> 
Bveninaa 

Mr Carptnur. O 131k 
Mr Owldavnrtby. B IMk 
Member wt Real BetaW BMrd af YIetwrta 



\ CROirR OF BtE RBBTDERTtAL LOTR 
«*er rlnrr* Vale Oelf Couree PBlIfd 
tviiwnad H*wd Fb«»f B IMI 

* \ CRBAOt ARt) U3T*^^<t>Lw6o ©“ win 

ny Prune By hpant gl or 3*R 

RUfLOTRO LOT tn OOOD DIB 



\ 0000 ROME Dl A OOOO DIRTRICT- 
_ Coab b«yer_Bwi IPW colontit 

B UStHERRMAR RAS S3 ••• -*I4 OM tR 
(oah. balance modihry wewig like * 
lor S-mom bungalew with baeemeot Moot 
:be in nice dtatrlet FnpaeMion tb )d day* 
or Mae Fleaee reply imBm Tfll fXw n lai 



LEACH & SPARKS 



SPECIAL! SPECIAL’ 

W Mile City Holl — 6 Rooms 

SUIT orientals 

eC'TCrt A teol twnd buy in a P-room 
•‘•w U. la riffl-rUee 
eondlilon inaide and wwt llvIng.rwMu. 
dining-ronm kjuben 3 iiltw PodroMM and 
Mihrenm Large tesara'e garage and 
large W For paitirulori pleaae oRene 
Mr Rinoe B3f*l Eve R 1403 



A beaullful famUy heme t eanma OtL- 
o-matic rot water rbat oar 

FLOORS Twe mognincenlly Und- 
ecaped Inka Ideally Mtuated rlnm tp Yta- 
tarta Onlf Unka 

Y AC ART FORSBRBIOR 
M B ffEFFELL Df ATTRHDARCB 
REB FffORE B ItTC 



i'vflOtCt 
' irtel 



•ORDnVA BAT BEE i 
- eUfle Road for tm 



w>hc REAR CtTT LIM- 

tta Dldar-typa iMuae I room*. 
Areplaaa In livtna-roem 3 bedrenm* and 
>- p leaa bnihream Reparnia C*rag* Ona 
aero a and onti Low tavna 

LARORORO - oLfinlabed A- 
room ftpeeo bvngaleer t p*eoe 



JUET COMFUTTED A veU-pIomted oiueoo 
btiagalww of five ama reoma Oaual livtng* 
'moww. ^epoa flro. roomr robtnei klleban, 
.two boJrwome Fembroko bathroom, wttltty 
I room, etc BuHi la o growina dtetrict, 

I bandy tw irunapwrtallaa E CL C/1 

ilvw uua* #300U 



STEWART CUKRK 8* CO 

It* FBdESrroH BU30 Fbarm <3 IB33 



/Ml aft Quadra vumn iha mile tirrie 
rnut-rwam bungalow an nwv lot wub tone 
a« rear FuU eement baeewmrM, turntoa 
laundry tube Double geroge Early pae- 

ZT $4750 



Tiiand Highway TRie nenfoyty la botf 
cleared and hea good orainage eMpe to 
Mghway Wa«M mabe Uteof aoie oMrt or 
bwtaaa* afte 'ntraO-eoam bunfolww boUi- 
room ond naob portmllr Mrnmktad if 
daoired J WcCana'hy IBS blond Rlgb- 
•V _ _ _ 

F ’ V3R BALE^-FOOR nj-REB 'w'utRO- 
FORD cub* bo Otar* F O with parUy- 
fiuMmd bnwae veU woke* «e*f NRhi. 
rblrken beam lawl ebed Wood (bad 13 *00 
feet af Mmbee 3a 4 Sod AN ltd ahtpUp 
ReaennaMt nrir* Bob Ind CnfvwoB OOi* 
C1«b IdlT Fandaro Awm** I k a S pm 

F ~xir bale'ry binrBR • SRAimFOL 

teelpded penwwrty View Rayal Hlgbt 
af oar la prieoie haoeb EM-rwwm otweno 
bungoiwo VI (b mwdooopod anedwwe and aoo 
w\wm lidkgb Rwo fPM Citoodm 

rxiOR mtE ciBn»-'t3 acrbb. fruit 



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AH (DRAL ROkfB IP thW otlrocuvo gMeto 
ban«oI*w of Iwmr rwbmA bwfU tbtoo soafi 
and tb eanonani aobglUon oil ihrnpgb 
Hoe ba r dwpod Ooar w IMng.rnwwi. owm 

flro furneea tiled elifk ond many atbot 
.nloo feoinroa Rlooty imod IM QWH 
ilwrntina obpul Oi r oo- m Bo otrelo 



I * ^ COLWOOO t room 

Iwn-ploe* baibroom i 
and rMrkam hwoao 

BEACH HOME ond INCOME' 

AMrortiva bungoino and fwvr BMi-rev- gotww ah on I Boar. 

•"M, Min mi^n beach eoMogaa Fmooi ' •* e<w4wmd with ga 

Meaim* *n popular Seech luttr^Ant »»« revonnn 



SEAFRONT HOME 



$6800 



IMfl 

$4500 



REED A FOUR TD Hn-RCRBf ROWS. 
M good ewniHian. oltb ba m miet, with- 
wtikma dwanc* of cH* Oidor Iff* 

laiderad Cunnnt pay oboe SB.d*d Be* 



E. E. HEATH 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 



A S. MILLER 



HOriBS rOK lALI 



HILLSIDE REALTY 
AGENCY 



STM QUADRA HI 



TBLCFHORB O *041 



aoVBSt FOB BALt 



FRASER BISCOE IvERNON MARTIN & CO 



"A GREENHOUSE- 
WELL- STOCKED" 

A wau-oioavod groeobouoe at Ro *1 Boyd 
Biroec in iba Jamaa Bay are* Own baa*. 

mg piaoi, auMHOAUr etoOef Sevenlyf)** I 



HOME LOVERS— WHY NOT 
CHOOSE YOUR FUTURE 
DWEUING FROM THE 
FOLLOWING FIRST- 
CLASS HOMES> 

Rrtocn BSAtmrUL BBUfllUl WA-, 

#yOOU TERA Ftva-rewm wbiu (tuteu ^ fmi ewuldn i all buy 



CBani »UI pay U* U M MS lev rigbt ptne*. i UUMB BOILDIRO Cm AT OOROOR 

abnul Ibree-mUe aireU I T MeaO wllb a tea *u* almaat ona 

Fbone Mr Wrkgb« of i aero ol good land, all oleamd. II Sddw 

I Cab* Id a b May Lid Fbone BTITt 

FbOBO Bkidl BALR-LCrr 04 JAMM BAk. OR 

1 bWblerardod luoai 13* a g* B IW 



$8000 



. iJtEB HlUc- In iwveiy •ui* : 
rounding* ang among new 
homao. Rkbbd MW nva-meml 
while (lueco burtgalow ultro- 
modern throughout Full bsee- 
menl with H A tnrnee* Ortv*- 
in garage Ekcra large lot 
rnnUaotOt will landerap* and 
decoral* (a (uit 14 fiOd down 
p*ra»*nl will hartdl* 

. ESQUIMALT- Fuur-rnooi vhiw 
•lucra bunielew with gorgnoua 
view of Bwek* KIIU Thl* bom* 
I* un to date in every retp*«l 
being onl* faur yeore oM 
Worthy of inveengaiion 



#T*3/\A— OrRTRICT- W# lr>vlU 
$/0UU van W Ininec' ihU euieiand- 
bw home Mealed on a* vaira 
targe PM (plendld garden wlllt 
fruti 'r*e» R«u»e conMeU of 
llvlr.g-r'mm bedrnem* 

tl"hen baihroom and bale 
mcni Concealed etairnar to 
rinlihed rnom un Beperaie 
garage '-Mcken hriute Bair 
lermr mev be had by r tenon ■ 
alble party 



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FAIRFIELD OR WtROBIL 
RuaR with ally aamua. 
Lot *• feet I IB* lee* li l3i 

Ul «• feet i 13* leei I ilk 

Lww Taaao 
FBORB B Iki* 



$6950-r^."°* 



$6900 



r o a T 

nuMn erJem eiU''''' b>in 
galnw on volet •'roel rom- 
priae* llving-rocim inn bed- 
mnrn* kltrhen and three piece 
Ktthmam- hot-air hee'ed An 
eiretlenl buy for Ihe *rlr# 
gimted 

-OAE BAV-Four-ronm «lu*«n 
bungaM* «Hh aenaraie gar- 
age W maieb LlvH'g room 
with fIrepUre Two bedroom*. 
caMnei klichen utlllly rnom 
baihrnnm B**em*nr wHh fur- 
nace Mir el* landtraped 
tmnnda. flower*. fUh pool* 
and lawn* fTos* I* heeeb 

* A CAA CIDYERDALB DIRTRIfT 
$4«>UU Pot ihsa* oHb limited fund* 
mar w* euggeet |h>a hve-ranm 
bungalow made •<* of living- 
room wiih flrenlace Ihre* bed- 
mom* klichen and pan'vy 
thr*e-p»*e* both FM> hM»- 
menl wilh new nm-tir fur- 
nace Coal range included In 
purrbaa* Very low rate* 



"A BUY FOR CASH" 

)45 CADILLAC AVE 

An atiratiire four-room atueio riam* not 
floor*, fireplace *le bulll for preoam 
owuer in Ipa: On o m and a half whirh 

la *U IB lean and eacetjenl gaidan from 
wbirh you gei ih* benalli AUlO ' ’ - 
CoBipieta houefhoM turaiiure in benuitfoi 
cnndiuen ineiBding linoo. Ul *iv«* and 
coniraer. ehetterlield *olU bodrnom auii* 
carpeu aurtaina. naabint maenin* eie 
To coa* an miai* tLCAA 

Frtr* fully turniebed BOOUU 

"DISTINCTIVE GUEST 
HOME" 

OR PRIVATE RESIDENCE 



RUAD LAMOFOAD — 
azraa Bigu *u uroperiy odrib ol 



AKTED FOR CARR CUIRT - FIVB- 

bungalow la Ook Bay. mualbavei I OT Id RROCK 
large bving-ruom up m llk.**0 Fleaat 1* 3‘* , . - 

ohnn* R H Daviea Really 111 TaWe M raietcaik. kdik leroi*. half dt-wn baiema 
Fhoae o 3*lk. wva o 131* _w BkJlk | mouthp Pb^ ti *3H. _ 

CUERT -^FIVB-ROOM j^*VEL”BUtlDIMli~tOT7~d* BV~ IJb’ 



POR CLIERT — FlVR.ROOag 1 fVBL BUIIDIMU LOT, 00 MV 
boua* with aeUPluhed voMuai* La •lui omk law* Itn Olaago* A** 
garden trutu and brrrtm, Lake HUl u 'gagg or oeomei «ti*r O Jdk4 



gorden and grounds Larger than average ... vrirxir 
eabinei kiuheu StA VIEW 



« 0 CAA ' AjOBYROALS 
H>JDUU Till* emallrhaAi 
vllb • 
•llM 



CnSTRlCT- 
ran be pur- 
chaeed with a dnwn payment 
or only lllM Llvlng-f*nm 
•vA bedrooBti kltrhen itiree- 
piece bath There la aim a 
tmall rhirken hiruae and nnwd- 
tbed 

Bveninga and Sunday 
Mr Redingham B kgad 

ITour Rating will (receive prompt 
anenilbm 



SECLUDED WATERFRONT 
HOT-WATER HEAT 

Tbi* loraly •■rrwm atueco buoaalow may be 
•he an*wer lo your dream* Built five 
teare aan «f nrellenl malvriat* It fea- 
tiiree ihrnugh ball. Ileina-rnetn with in- 
tide fireplar* iPt Pedrnom* dlnlng-rmrm 
cablnei klirheti and aunranm Thi* howee 
>• epulpped with Yenctiaa blind* and 'here 
I* an abundance at rui'hnard enace 
ihteughoul II will be put pieaeur* ta ihun 
you IbU properly at your vonrentenre 
i Ternu hail raih 



lir'ng-room with fireplace 

and dinette Two large beorooiB* and baih-' AAia r>i CY"ci v Cljci TCDCA 
rnom On* bedroom up with ipaie f»r in- ■ LE I CLT jMELIEKELJ 

Alhei Concealed ttairraa* Full Paaemer- 
aiih new furnare and drlye-ln c«iav* 

Brertihlng In good rpndHinn. and ihr'c arc 
(••me term* 



OT FOR SALE. nXI3S NIOR Ub'A- 
' tiMi. Avebury Avenue l*1k Bui ding 

U nix PAY UF TO **.**• CARR FOR^ permit avallabi* Fbone B 3g3k Monuoy. 

burmolow lb good auodiUon. — TciLMri“r«*Ti»Tr-u“AMjim 

' alw Dol neeeooary •* wUl cenjtd** o roniod I OT TOLMIB DIETIUCE, hk^ 

dining-room. kiUhM. two'^eTiM if pcired nghi Be* Hk4k ColooUi | Be gjty bor<»*r Fbone evcniaga B ktU 

bodrovvu and uUUly mom Bepo- — — — ir: — »“ 

raia garage BeauUtwl garden nti \\*ARTED TO BUY FROM OWRIR I 

a targe loi Terwi* « i AAA '* " llve-roum. fully modern bon- *c 

B I UrUvU gbloo with ba*MBepi and (ornate '**| yoRJll QUADRA. EXCSU-iRT DOT. 

Be* PPW Ljioni* _ I > fUanleh laiv* Oood drainage kdlk 
( FIVE OR SIX-1U3T*0 
LB DR rabliwt’-; 



Mrge 

may b« arranged 



OT FOR BALE ON MBTCMOBIR 
Simei. I4kd AppD *13 Obed 



gAMo 

• geiiU ptaaw 
^yARTED - MODibkN 



• « loom bungalow . ” " . i \VER ORE ACRE- CITY UORT ARO 

kRcben. two bedro«*n* U n.ih nreon rleo. ol Ktt l.ako, 

Thu beouiKul new borne i* loratod P” ** *’ *** Ion Alderiy Road Oood wrma 

on the **a(toni m south Oak Bay. , * ■ -Agrt-ED A HOUSE I3.*« DOWN CAR Cnig^t* 41_K 
cMee lo irananonotlon and Kbenl* >\ ^ niAnibly narmenU Call'' 

R till. nlghU. 



Mr Rooera. 



^ MmrKT TOLMtE KlOH LOCaTIOM 



gg * IM. •*«• 



AMiartive m* mom bungaren wiiM 
eyira large Ml Uving-anem. din- 
ing-roMB kiirben and *unpoicb, 
(hrer bedreonu and mndrm lour- 
pirrr bathroom Cemcni baMtneni. 
he* air (urnar* 



klirhen wllb bar. FuU ba»gm*nt win fuc. 
nare and tuba Lorge Ml Thia w 
lllneai heme* and there ar* (nm* urma 

' These Ar* Only a Few of 

Oir Man* Owed Luting* 

Ask for Mr (tofon or Mr Winwr 



^ ^ ^AK BAT l«T krtk C4BR OR TERME 



Phene B dldJ 



GORGE DIST 



$6950 



Weil-eonHrurted four-room alucco 
bungalow Bnironra holl uving- 
rowm klichen ond nook, iwo bed- 
room* acid inree-piere Fvmarok* 
baihroom Cement baaemerti, bot- 
oir fumara Large Mi with fruit 
tree* 



Finonce Corporatidh 
G4159 

EXCLUSIVE listing 
2603 ASQUITH ST $9500 



lOOd 

It ha* five large wma on ih# R.,**r» Hallmark R Ca m..#. y, . i-.utifui virn 

main noor with oak floor* threptb- , 7 H .vat; * f**"*''" *'»• 

oul Wirml for a romptei# alecirtr .trurtV ' - , 

ktirhon The baacmani ha* a \\**NT^**> ^ d llOf^ ..A'l « \AK BAT LOT kOEltS HlOH UR A- 

«Mv#-ln garage iwt. room* aru) a > k u« in Oak Bar. aU raah Bek k*»* { f cmtr*e Fhen# 0 1*31. 

large umpui remm A (owplete ColOhUt i i| a m 

aummatir all healing and ai«- “I «cwxki' nicMnALOW BB 

mndllMning plant Re»g1>ed M \\'AKTYD ^ROOkl PUmiAl^ no 

far an evira 'mlei ervd ahnwer '» *•»*" 

Alao piped for a Rendli waahee 'agm‘« Ro» k*44 Oioniv 

There at* ouviervu* «moll f^*l*'** ‘ \ < -anted - a OR g-ROOM MOUBB OR < )*K •*» OH TOWRLEY AVERUB 
Jl-r unlumubmi by goiet couple 

m m. in $16,800 ° ‘ - 

W'ARTTD HOPWt OR Twn OR MORE 
Genuine ilaiing of prop*r<ie* for aol* at kv *,>** k( 3o* 'svh under VLA 
fair markei ralut w'li rereive our immedi- ' rhnne E3*1k <Ra Bundav calif 

MODBRATtLT FRIOBD * 
mom Wungalon in low la* area Bee*- 
meni eueniial Phone B kdlg 



Fin* buildleg IM ISM Fbone B 141*. 
I kROrSRTY Or'yaTBB BTROn ~CLORB 



*•* aiieMtnn 



^yANTTO 



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Hagor & Swoyne Ltd. 






OR 

cea*onaKly prleed 



Arthur E. Hoynes, Ltd. 

CASH $2500 



$5252 



BAAWICII Qggf Oily boundary Rati aturen 
bungaiew al li*ing-rnam wlih brlrk (Ire- 
place rovuiFMi** dlning-rowm. (we bed- 
moma kitaftan with tDed aink. 3-Pi*ee 
boebroom. goMment wllb reniiol fornoee 
ond **(*BA Idit lOttl* 

Quirk OBMimlirti Frioo 



CASH $2000 



OU ond go* rango 

Frire 

CASH $3000 



FRASER BISCOE 

Bfnre IHT 

"BBRYTCt WITH REUABILfTT" 

133* GOYmmCEIV BT FHORB B *413 



JAtCEB BAT— RUt toontlob Otdar-iyp* 
aiv-roomed bouae wiih baihroom. ponwr. 
doubl* garaga aivd workabop Dtiroid reof 
Fortly furntahed Fniaaiilon in 3d dgya 
Family homo or bnma and 
IneaalBiani FHee 

Fleae* Aak for W Jnna* Bvaolnga Bt3o3 
TW FORT R1 RBE I 



CEDAR HILL— REMODEL 

Q 1 biUlding IMl reutd 

^ I oUU be cMearttd gulta aaaily (rom 
Ua orlDnol purnoa* w o gnnd horn* 
Camant fnundolton pointed radar aiding, 
two goed room* tu*« ond apace fet other* 
WwuM provide temperorv tbelier nhlle yen 
work en It For further informoilwn pi*o»e 
ton Mr Fairlrk B 31*1 eve* B *041 

HAULTAIN— FIVE ROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 

Cloac in ohnpptng bua and 
jO/ /O acbool tdelng - rnom wllb 
ftreplaco. noot kllehan. dtnlnv-room and 
two lorg* badroomi pp New furnace and 
omail garden Fietao aak (or Mr Pot- 
nrk Bltkl. evea B *W*3 



NEWSTEAD'S 

GORDON HEAD 
WATERFRONT 

BEACH- YIEW-OAROBR 

Pour beouiUui rnom* plot dinetta with 
brkk firtPloe* and now wlogww* is Uq 
U vlng-room Foil boaemoni with bni-tir 
furnace -and garage L«p RAOCA 
latta Term* Prica 

Bvtningt Mr Longham. O klBS 
'■irlutiv* luting I 

THREE BEDROOMS 
$2500 CASH 

1 SOI I bungalow Onan and brtgbl 

All raod.y lo mev* Into Pull baaemant 
wuh hoi -air turnoce CMm w bu* and 
Kbnol B* tirpt Fbone e-rcsecn 
Friew $DZ50 

Bveninga Mr Langhom O ■ill. 



In. gnilg. Id-fani width laken up by 
fight-roomed hmia* revenue M per rent. 
Other N (eel lullebi* lor xeanmerciAl 
buildiiig Apply Owner Cowmo raft 

oyal” view *m.*Bmvi8toM - yibw 

Ml* (or Ml * (rum klBk m kk3t . 
FIVE - ROOM Riland. Thome* * Cailin. »1k Yaw# BUeeL 
g T30I I Rhone* B 1311. B 41U Bvei.ign* O TBtt, 
Mr Perre* 

e 1 A AAA ULTRA. MODBRH - 

5J.9|v H2 dV^’ru^'Tl.BMlDrT" ANfVrRER PRURPBfT LARB PROPERTY 

NBCEaPANT however any houae «">• ^IX . B4XIU RUNOAtXIW IN REALLY 
oaaemeni mu»i have "Mw appearance i ^ rondiiMn all modem elly ton- 

Lacgf living. ronm f*Mi'*loi BB^V*** Vll 1 eeoMnrei Diive-in garaga DutMd rnoJ. 
are preferred Al'hough mv •!,# garden, and an nil baater with enn- 

irarl W# are epea »c offer# en thu 
Le« Bawyet Re# O kedB 
VAU-AHCE * SAWYER LTD 
OSS31 TIB Brougbinn Bt Q till 

B 3k41 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

im DOUOLAB RTRBrr 



IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

OAR BAT BFBC1AL Modern Koren k- 
rnem bungsMw 3 biu laad#raplng I# ic 
fectMn bungaion i# comuleielv fumi‘ 
gs tog ra#h will handle thl# unutusi 
(•ring boloni* 14 Md rvyayabl* 
monihly Including tnirreai taaea 
pnnripol 



YOU OONT NEED 
ROCKEFELLER'S HOME 

Bu< you cwn liy* very rwmforiably in ibu 
bedroom new home with eery aiiraruve 
llvina-rnom wbirb ha* Indlvldualllv I tm 
euta when you ae* It ywu will a«ree 
A bt'brnnm which U moat eaaentlal to 
ovary bnma and roomy enough to be uaod 
olao at a dreaeinc-room The klirhen |u*i 
a pleaaur* for a tweei iitlt* girl to prove 
her worth to 

A utllUy nmm and garage aHached Very 
■area foi Why not eoU me It would be 
a pleaaaro U tbww yop ibl* bom* at pwur 

$6950 

Bveninga. L 8 Curlls. O ttdS 



NEW5TEAD REALTY 



GORDON HEAD 
kIGHT-ROOM MODERN 
STUCCO HOME 
WITH TWO ACRES 
MARINE VIEW 

Ova to ID bcollh of Uie owner, (hu boou- 
utiu broperiy u nuw on the market Cor 
pMia Brat time Tha bouM wa* planned tor 
lb* proeeni owner aoven yeera ogn by o 
wali-known Tietpri* orehllact. and de- 
atgnad tor moaimum eomfort ond magnlfi- 
cent view* On the irnund Boor ta iba 
Uvlng-room opening into o (unroom din- 
ing-rnom. electric cohtnat kitchen, b^roorn 
and d* luaa baihroom Dpatoira iwo large 
bedroama. mold'* room ond throo-piec* 
baihroom All mam* ar* aporioua Full 
baMmtni with automatic heoun* plant 
Tha grounds ar# laid out Is lawn*. Bower 
garden, ta^ly orrhard. eefttabla garden 
and Perrlet Thl* prnpeny may ba viewed 

S, $23,600 

Btetoote* tj«»ii.| 

Cali Mr Beodhouae or Mr Roylo 
Bveninga CI4l3ovB3IM 

ISLAND INVESTMENT 

OOMPAKT UVTTBO 

TM YIBW BTRBBT FRONB OT144-T 



FLBAES LIST TCRTR pROFERTtBB 
O D MrTAVIBR 

fck Fan Btreei Phono BNl* 



V" 

WANTED! WANTED! 
LISTINGS 

A l-mom bo4M oiib 0 bavament ClWnl 
ho* kJdM '44b ond th* b*lan<-e *i 1*0 per 
month nr w* ran tlv* you raah ond B- 
nanra oi our own afflc* 

w« opprorioi* any tlallr.g with o fair 
morbei pric* 

Bvaning# O 0*M or Oftlro O 1331 
Ptnfnpl. Covr'eMi* Bervico 



t^ALT BFRINO (BLAND - REAimPUL 
^ new boBia aeotroni good onchsroge 3 
atrei of land Fvll informoiuo Phono HE 
Ooitgo* BC. or wriu H R Bmoka. Bmtt 
Bnad Uongeo R t' ^ 

' BArRORl ACREAoi'- U3VELT M<30. 

am houae aouib o( Quallcum PrltO 
rraaoi.abi* Hot 1311. Coloei*l 

i ’pLAHnB LOT* OR 'cadroro' rat 



Price 11.300 Pbon* Bfl*4 



Mr* Oolet eveningo. Albion IdtR 

Finance Corporation 
(Lovatt) Ltd. 

104 JOKBB BUILD TNG. T33 PORT BTRSTT 
FRORB O 4m 



$8950'^'^^®^ Consolidated, Ltd 



Or Rear Offer -Term* 

HAROLD W. FRANK 

111 BTOBART BLDG . TU TATB8 BTRETT 
FHORB a Ull 



BMobllahed >0T| 



EARLY 

FRICl 



FOBBERBIOR 



$6000 



314 FORT B P R E BT 



ROOMfNG HOUSE 
<7350 



-^Include* oil lb# fumligro 
Oeur* 10$ per month ang 
noma Two lot* in me* garden 
'imbing Tan room* Vary nicely 
goM diiirlci All newly 4o«- 



WATERFRONT 



OAK BAY 

$] 0,000 

CAPITAL CITY REALTY *• '"**• • wm# nom* ** 



dPO CORMORANT ST 



_ you »Ui aver find 

ForMru'ariy atirurtlv* *«ucro bungalow 
O Ig33 f*"*oi”’''g t rnoma mo batemenii oiih 
‘iMitir ronm and h«4-waier hearin* fire- 
nace Rvili t yevra with beet af maiatial# 
Veev wire garden IM In on* or Oak Ray a 
cbniraai dlitrkta Pn**a*tina M da** 



OAK BAY WATERFRONT 

Ranr Oak Ray *oll eoura* Mrutarn T-rwom I 

l”P ▼»»» BTRBBT 'Room 41*. 

OF * loia wHb loo fovt frnntoga on Reoeb 



Drive RenuUfully landmsped wnh hah 
booi* ang evor-nowerlng ahrub# ang flow- 
er* MagnlBoeni upobtirwiod #*a view* 
Oll-O-Moilr hoi. water heating mrao hr*, 
plara*. 3 baib* Bairn Mrge plat* gloat 
vtodowt Willi VonvtIA* Wind# included 
alao elect rk mnM and refrigeiator Fine 
fumaahinga may to pur- ^ • q c/va 
ghoaod mtro Prirg 

Torma May Be Arranged II Dealrod 

Phone Omnor at 0 0300 for Appotntnaent 



monl Automnuc go* domettir imi woitr ^ „ . . — 

ROYAL TRUST CO. 

W*r . m,c u.. m, j^qqqI 



•THREE BEDROOMS 

WBLL-CORBTRUCTBO BUNGALOW Rico 
tocatlon Immoculnle througbout Baae- 
meni lufiior* Bplendid ground* Foaaee- 
«lon two week* TERMS 33.000 CASH 
BAt-ANCB 3*0 A MONTH «Z.eQy^ 
UOI 3333 Price )OoOU 

IMMEDtrtTE POSSESSION 

OR TRANSPORTATION Cleoc to acbeol 
Pour room* Poll cement b***meai fur- 
nare LOW TAXES Term* BdCAA 
Utt 1144 Prtee 

R. H. DAVIES REALTY 

oil TATBB BT PHONE O MI3 

Beenlng* O 33IB. B41II 
MEMRBR REAL BBTaTR BOARD 



ISOS OOVBRNMBNT BTRBBT B41M 

Member Reol Baiai* Board e( Tittoru 



KER k flrrBFMBNBON LTD with 11* torg* 
#tair at »ao*rl*iK*d aeleaman invite* lut- 
ing* o( prooeril** of all aarta w* will 
riav* Ihea* in*p#M*4 and maka every afferi 
to dlanoo* wt aoma II theugbi to be aola- 
able al (he prteo oaked Juat nww wa want 
a bungaion. 3 10 13 year* oM. prefarobly 
in Ook Boy or Rtib Quadra, with ba*em*ni 
ond (arnor* CUent will 
pay canh up w 



hone , Nirely ireed IM l**« (ranugo. 
13, MO 3 par coni eO for cnah Bei 3303. 
Oownlii 

i^'PlXNDB”- UkROE lot" Wn-R BEAU- 
value 

A -^~ArRBS.~CAKR100 NEAR UUBRNtC 
Z4U abvui bait under ruHl*au»r> aevon. 
twem aomi-leg boua* now aiabi* fm 13 
haad toll above gtonory aib«r hoildinga 
Plenty of go,>d apnng water (n* haul* ond 
(lark Mc-eav deer and Aabihg In diatrWA. 
Market for dai'y praduri* and bMl Prtro 
II3 3M FO Bna 333 YiMorU BC 

^^"kCnik WITH RlYEli ntONTAOB. 3 
ZU iblU* frnm Bhownigan Lake 1-reem 
rotiat* hot and raid running water Con 
be iMd lurauhed or unfurnlabed Muai to 
eold Beat coth o0*r Writo for nartiau- 
lar* Bot 3433. Coloruat 



$8500 



KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 



*M OOTERNMBRT BT 



FHORB O 4131 



31 -ACRE ESTATE 
VANCOUVER ISLAND, BC 

13 Ranma 3 betbn. BMdern. ddd ft aa.i 
wolerfrnni Inrlude* 3-rnom rnuog* (ar- 
dan* Free 343 330 unfumitbed 
Couneay broker* 

Wm. W. McCANDLESS 



OAK BAY 
RESIDENTS 

WB RBSPECTTUU-V BOUCIT TRB 
LtartHG OF YOUR PROFCRTT 
W* hov* numerou* rtUnU waiting to 
ourcboa* bosm ia your muniMpality 

LEACH & SPARKS 

033 YIBW BT FROfTR, B 3113 

Member* of the lUal Batato 
Beard of IRrtwrta 



KLK LAKE 

3 1,3 ACRflB OR THE RIOiE -WITH 

iovaly ae* Oboot iwn a- re* fu:- 

ll**i*4. tend born ond water loM eni 
33. 3M Fb*M owner. S 331* 

7 ~ACRB* COTTAGE I LAROI ROOMt. 
I tleciriciiy good wen cuy w*>ar 
availobl* tow leae* 13 miBitioo orbeal. 
ttnrei. bua B##i oflor Lanolord Apply 
333 Queen* Avenue V*egnn* evening* 

ACREB “wE^’BAARicH ROAD-X- 
/ room oMiag* AU rteor Mnd Good 
aaCl ond plenly of w*wr Fhono Kroilng 
ttx 

3 1/1 ACMS CIRARCD BACK OF UDOH 
ond Ounlord A*#ni*e Longford. er>o 
blerk Irnm Ulond Righwov. II OM e» ***0 

raah oiler Ph«r\e E *31* 

ACRB~PAftk.UKE LARD. I Mtl.B 
(rom Ulond Riihway 1 mliao from 
3P0n Bet 3*ft Colentok 



9V5 

Yieterte 



BRENTWOOD WATERFRONT 



Aiifoetive •lueew bungehiw of 3 room*. 
Modem tlirheo Full baaetnant, Iwrno-a. 
Bltuttod en two wo>*rftooi leu en beou- 
(Kul Bienlwoed Bey 
PRICE 



$10,500 

PROSPECT LAKE 



rRorzBTY roR ralr 



Bbok* bungelow wt 3 reoM Bwatboni 
**p*ri, 43 feel lake (tonug* with aondr 
bearh AU-yotr borne 34-be«r BXCA/\ 
peaaeeelen FR|f~B >O^VA/ 

GLEN LAKE 

IM Feet wotorirwBi. with feed ptor Rto- 
mem beoM •Ituaiad on one ecrv Pecee 
anulb lUebla for 3 berm*. 
rhirken beu*o FRfCB 

HIGHLAND DISTRICT 



IM Acre* FrIvaU take Leg bawm of 

g room* and ott»*r oeeful eotbulldlng* 
Flehing rMIng ond 
huntbig. PRICE 



$18,000 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

■B rOfUdORAFT BT lOwm CUf «aU> 
FHOHB O IBSI 
■Of Pnwnop Re* BBdbT 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 

d wMI-pUp** 4 now *(* tawm atue i e bungn- 
W 34 MM Fiim Birvel Owtwv-hwIMer 



loeoMnn M 'm<ih>ior 'toa,R"*V#tt 

WHh ooagvod Income ariand here 

FULL PRICB 

rlRMS 



$21,500 



Coates, Davis & Hiode, 
Ltd 

FARCSTaLR B C. 



! ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
& CO , LTD. 

llld BROAD BTRBrr O 3341 

Uvmtor VNiarto Reel Bat*t* Beard 



AJQUI-m BT-. near Rum* RMd. 
Vary high lerellon A rocky lot. 
moai.iuiiod (or o rw-boatmrol beie* 



BBWDUrr BT Eogulmolt Jwrt 
all Lomnoon Bi A fino bulldtog 
'l04 to rhla wew eubdivieien omeng o#w 



erui^-CORMBR CHAMBERS AND CAL- 
EDORIA An InaepeiMlea tot. 
cleat iw. Ideal fee o tmoU hewre 



nUABB AYE . noor TIIINtim 
Rood RaaemenI *tra*or«4 oe 



• ,/*- <1^- > — (. BOWAN BT 

FOUR OR riYB-Rorjdf BUROALOW;,\ un* • to#t dlelrtcu Wtale or,>Z/D RUI Rood Roor the new oehent 



)«M aff Cador 



acre# Mouni TMmle 0 3333 a ie,«iy gurgen let wllb foml o#a M by 



-DAYfOA BT Gety* gl**rirt A 
nice rwared tol o|rb id (l IreM- 

WQCLaBTGR at mo. Lamp- 
*a« A Bna high tot. M by IM 



TT (oi oeMui 
leooi gro«*v 



B»E Bint ' LIPn , BUT - *,»A 

..'$250‘t*n^wnr\ 

LARGE LOT ON S'* MTLBtwKb TT D frontage 

gaed *Bll On hlfhwoy rtoo*' 

. . _ Bto# It > 133 tfigulr* Badtor | cp\ WIRTOR BT 

1134 CTOtgftowei Bead 

— 1..'-' — ..AXS«' ••we* oew home* 33 by IM la*4 

POR ■*?*_*W'_* T?'® lAM fee Mr Ftofer. 



wt 

M 



d.ECFk WIWTOW NT, h*gl Off Rgynnldt 
Bd But pert of Uk* HlIL 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 

1311 DGOntAB BY 0 3133 



6 ACRES 

Wk* wuedoilid vtovo wtm BerIB BeaeMB 
a«td OeR UBonda Leeato* off peeU> end 
•r Owetrei BeantrB Bead Boaliy rtoorvd 

$750 

Or etoao offer 



QUADRA REALTY, LTD. 

B3III . BYM B3334 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY. AUGUST IS. 1948 









KELLOGGS 



FOR ASTHMA 
tHAY FEVER 






THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B C„ SCNDAY. AlT.rST 15, 1<48 



ciMsar no*' U I'.uAcd «xul mouuMd 



f uiij bAlore luaJLUii up your tnind 
L«(4>r. px(Mnot« amhiUonjL |»inc. 
Nmember 23 to [>ece{nber 31 

Momlitf. tfel 



nr. Auriati 
idMi j0t >A ' 

Uktono <c r:«rick 
rtoM 1 }) I ft 
AIM r»M omm* dm 
d«M. O V»n 8«n 
tK^HTH BACH Ol 
AUU AAA H» AM 
f«rt«Ap 

Biuncr <a cwanalli 
luood CVvAMMr <J y 

HI llATAKk <C UUUk 
TtfAA 1 M l.ft 
AIM lAA ^OcAU. 
ljuMlA MIKkHll* 

I QuinflllA •«» M. 



NornvAi School build 



II morrBTT wa>titd 



Race Results 



in tha 

tiif Tlw •nimal w»a killed «< Car 
rot River. &Mk Marth 30 



U ’A»o-mr> -Nr»Dt nv» onaix boom 
bunuk* >0 lAwa dHUrICl. vtca tAra* 

tl*UI|-»AUAI Abd lAO lAfff bAdfAOaa rlAAt 
l-i tf PAbArtAOno lOMlAC Aftt AIM ftt.AM 
H*Alr M Boa Mil. CAMrAiM 



iBagUunuA 
mrAAi of cutting liown exprruw 
lAtar. pay attcDUoift to what thoar 
about you tay 

December 33 to January 1* 
'Capricorn* -Clavemeaa U the key* 
iftotc to Aucceaa Make galru via un- 
expected acta, muttial lunda 

January X to February 11 
'Aquarlua*. Avoid '^mperament 
aeruiUvencaa during the morning 
Later, talk thlnca over with dear 
(oika 

February IP to March X 



Licence 
For One Year 



KER & STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 



At Edmonton 



Alw rAA Mta^U Lad. ftflM AaaU, 

u«iewA n. oaow • a«r. Ur eavk 

iHiao aa< k ewr** itm rmii-rMt- 
Alda AAd up Oaa «i)a And AfiA-tlat*»nth 
C«»-«rd>aAt«r -I IUt' ir ift «« Jft |] ao 
B fCAdA Currani <S CAnnAlli I Sft ) ft* 
Mat# Bad >W BUMoa' ■ ft M 

TlBM 3 A4 I I 

AlAO ran Bvddr Mae Sunnr Baila Btar 
Laoca. Casa Whia 

roi am back ciAiaune. pA«r 

jaarMlda And va Oaa alia and aea-tU- 

Ym Uarrua <J muiia> U 1ft I* M •« M 
BUtAr t>o!A# t BAT' 4 ft* 3 1* 

, Tula Hakn 'J. Bl»A»fifhii 3 1* 

now 3 ftft. 

AIM rsr Marab BaablT Kuann#. Mas- 
Afun. vrbUA MAAa, Alaaa laat* 



Have you a 
friend who 
suffers from 
Asthma ? 



U 'ILL BAY or TO tllOW rOR AH 
aaariatat daum aUH a rnuf 

Mjiaa Mi^ Atiia tMadOAUA rM«ra as larAAi- 
aa«t Bei AftM. OAtoolat. 



BRENTWOOD BAY 



U ‘A«T«D TMiiaa TO Fiva Anna - 

Caah andrr D V A rt>on* O ftMA a 
«ma J Poril 111 BuAArar kUMi 



Or»e of the ftttffeAt drtver'k licence 
SaarOch 



impoaed in 



auppenaloru 
police court for conalderable lime 
raft levied yeaferday by A 1 
TTiomaA J P • 

Pleading guilty to a charge of 
dangeroua driving 'on D o u g 1 a • 



U ’KKTXD TK CrOBOON HBAO-COBDOVA 
Bar dIatriM -A la*. fAAd aaII. 

i,far Bua B«a ftftl* CMtnMt 



Daily Astrology 

By RITA OEL MAR 

For KnndAy, Angatt IS, IBM 



Arrnro icrr. quadra cook amo 
F inlAvaan at Mikb eairfltta O lltft 



TI»a giAAtAAl aervicc you ran do 
them >• to (MW on thii good ncwa. 



AftTWJ urr IR OAK BAT. BOA 



M7 Brett 



Street Gordon Ba 



The ftimpU advice you Ahou?*4 



kiuiWft true religion Icvea ltd feeUng 



almn rlaka. Later 



lY’ARTrD -BftCALL BOUXMO OR TMBXB q j*hnM0' * •» OU» 

•1 AT (Aur ACIAa VlUl bniMA At rAilM* ,K 0 atlOA bAtUAd' 

Atlhia 13 ailea ar Vtataria Box *113. riioa 3 ftft 

ColAAlat AIM ran Alt Cadtt. Amauraon 

- ilXTB BAl'k CUlaUnf. Hftft Tbraa- 

iy*Ai>Al4t and ua Aboia *ia tod ona-baU 

' ('trioBia 

lALAVD TIO Avn bABOk U.MITfO iialapur* >B JAbnaan' I#ft0|»«ft3lft 
\irT(iBia me t-0‘l* Dm >B dinnalJi 3 7» 3ft» 

YICroaiA. ar. eaifta Mn Leaa .M Jbnan. 4 3» 

TlaM I M I I 

Alao ran Oan Bafk. Jay Yat. BnoedAar. 
DiTMtAd NaUa* jjAAVArd 

1 Trark a'^rAieb Oalla t^aa 

aaviKTH BACK aalwiiik. IlftO Tbraa- 

N 'OnCS la haraby ilvan ibat a Dialdand tfrar-AbU and na Bla and Ana-bair rar* 
ol 3»« ear ahara etti ba paid on iba lanaa 

Adiatandint Brai •% Cunuialiaa R«fU«- ■= 

AAUnk BAdaamaSU RiafarAOca Bhaiaa for ■■ 1 O O 



money, energy 
make fundamental improvemenii. 

Planning Ahead —Good for ao- 
clablilty, enteruinlng. etc ; Morn- 
ing of Auguat 16. n. X. eveninga of 
73. 3*. X. X. X: September I i. 9 . 10 
iBalAAAad by Conaol'daUd HaA» reaiurta 
lac I 



dliver'a licence auapended for one 
year 

ConaUble David Shepherd told 
Lha court Rabey «aa turning off 
Douglaa Street onto Saanich Road 
»hen hla truck went out of con- 
trol. CoiMtable Shepherd a a I d 
Rabey'ft truck hit another ear. 
driven by Mn T O. Turnbull. IX 
Beach Drive, and turned over. He 
aald the truck akulded IX feet Ag- 
gregate damage to the two veblclea 
wax more than $350. the cotutable 



gtvd youi bAttiniAtic fnendt n 
buy a par-ket ol Kedpetont (BrarMl) 
Aktlime TablAtA ThrM matvellnua 
Tableti frrqucnily tutceed wbAte 
all elte hex tailed A iingle Krtp* 
lone Tablel wiU help lo cut ahorl a 
fhoking paroiytm, liuxltalr an tm 
'pending attack, keep you Iiaa all 
day, and ensurt a calm and peat elul 
mghr’t real Ona Raft|Mtont Tablat 
will do all thiA bacaitA* i( i« virtually 
aoUd mediciDA' evary glkiticla ha* 
toothing value. No othaf remady 
doAA AO much, yet rewn an littla. 

Rrapaton# TabUta wiU 1111111 fa- 
lief o( Aaiiima in all ilt forma. alM 
in chronic raaea of Broochiiit. Hron- 
rhiai Catarrh. Night Coughing Pita, 
Cbeal Tightneak. WiieenneM. Dy»- 
pnoca (Difficult Braathing), 
Rmphyaema ( Air Diatv iidad Lunga). 

For a Free Aample eend name 
and addreM to SpringWfXjd Phar- 
tnaceullcaU Ltd Dept VCR3, 
X Powell Street. Vancouver. BC 

RR3 



to itruggle alone. 



of hating 
Winifred IUu*ade». 

Sunday for Everyone— Donl at' 
tempt to do too much todav; catcl 
up on rMt. sleep or odd Job* Ea' 
llglitly. avoid unwelcome tnierrup' 
SverUiig, get out a bit. 



I.XOB SALK 31 ACRW Sa CLKABKD 
I lira ililii bruah houM aI rtvA rnaai* 
ao4 bAinroom chArmhi* ftrMn 
rnril aad ornAm*nui (r««<. on Win 
tAAHich Roa 4. It aius Icasi ViciotU 
Box »14T calaniAt 



Bi'liwiXA Utiine. MUci fAT 
lnA»*rli«Mi tAAvlMl*a 
AAk lor Mr WAtMa 



1.V3B AALg lift ArRIB RABTCT 
1 ciMrae. l-r«NMi Aback. (raM 

t*a br road an Borlh OahanA tAJand Rer 
pri'-o and (urUiar pArticulart wriu Bm 
M 4ft. CAiAOlM. 



UODA. 

Look for your blrthdate and birth 
•tone below. 

March 31 to April 1$ - 
Strengthen your •landing 
community. Shun thougbtiec«neaa 



Kcr & Stephenson Ltd 

tea OOVBRRUtBT «T o < 

RlfM Bban*. K*aIIi>« IM) 



Racing Entries 
At Edmonton 



iArle«> 



|,>OOR ArRIB ClKARgD •UBDrVTDKD 
I Main hlfliiiAr Lttai aa« aaur , 
WcAbArlul laraUM barralii. A3 ftft* 
OtAAn 11 a Oarn neafl WaaI. 



SEE US FOR LOTS 



Edmonton ftnlrles for Monday. * 
August 16' I 

nSAT BAIH— Abewt All Aftd Aac-haU 
lurlocAA 

MAAlriA Loab 11T Anni* T 1*3 ' 

CMir Bun 111 Tha Ratrr Bab ill ; 

BuiaUa lift Mim Rotan )13> 

tan* PiAt tiO ar9Kh Nirk 133 

Th# MountAlD IIT BiarAIM' 

BU-AiAni 111 Ra«t 

R*ni>f o ir flfK R 

Sami WarbMr IIJ Xlmoiu Rlty 113 

»g<OSB BACB— Aboal AU ab 4 Aet-bAlt 
furlenri 

RrAMii' Lard 111 TY-RAkrr 133 

Ptes) t>Ai its Braaai HR 

fl'rrlrh •111 CliimM lH 

Vif'i?:r LcAii MX M;»» R*^r^ U| 

PAinAARAAb 113 Bnilitri BtAr *ll> 

3»An R 113 Ban UAMIn 133 

Ca'iiiI Uiandar 111 A-« af ClabA ill 

BAAintsa 0 UA 13$ Baau Brumaal 111 

AlAba 110 AiAika 111 

OoidAfi Balt 111 RurptA DvAirar 1)3 

OaotlA BavAAt 1X3 

TVtBD BACK— AbAWt IlM turlonai 
Ladr AKbar 111 liofiv Dtna 134 

Lart Ron«na 130 MaAMatAt Bat 130 



Make 



Sdeunt TaNbia btcti bKAlbw. 
lO-n IraniAfA 

OAdAr Rll), 3 AciAi. bKb 

ItKAdAII 

Caabaro Bar Kaienu. I a< r*. 

MArVAlIrraA «IASA 

BackeUrfi BubdiAbBatl. Urfa h 
sail traad 

Oak Bar. Carrtrk Birtal 
•WlrllAld. Mar Btraat 

■AduimaK SAtkifW a* Arradta 
4Wv Mil. AA'-N 



AueUoaeer« aimI Appraiaers 
Rinee IMS 



rangementa good nataredly. Be 
thrifty, mentally calm. i 

May 31 to June X.- (Oemlnli..^ 

Enjoy Intellectual, reaUul pursuiu. 

Renew energy. Don't be extrava- 
gant. 

June 31 to July 73 ^tCancer*. 

Keep your attitude cofutrucUve. 
happy Depend on your own ef- 
forts. Limit waste. 

July U tn August 33 'Leo* 

You could upset physical well-be- 
ing by negative thoughu. view* 

Think things over; bring wit Into 
play. 

August X to September 73 — 

, « Virgo* -Dont be deprsmed If you ^ 

.do not have as much Itbarty as you fBrAA’<r'iMnd 
[might wUh. make the beet of the L'lrSuTliSL* 

VslUr Baotf 

September X to October 73. - 1 yt^* Jiiniar 



i^HAWRIOAN "»W0 Ar.'RO Cl 
4^ arwaarlr tlftO* KlftM 

rsl/. ACRX OfiRDO* HlAi £r> 
Z /a bAAutlful bulidinf aiua ri< 
OlynptrA aad aurrAundlsi rAvnlry. 
DAAAM dAAf« SB eiAlB tAAft Bol 



Instructed by Mveral clients. In 
particular, we will selL In our 

Saleareem, 731-X Johoaen SL 



iAft| REOINA fCFt -Shot nearly 1.000 
mllM from tu Rocky Mountain 
habitat, a seven -font. 3fK)-pounrt 



psrAaTwr.VT or ri blic woaaa 



'Dlonlat 



5 >, ACTU» 1-BOOM BO08B. OOOD 
• i<rr iwBAlr fruii w#«A ab b«M ra«U 
Nrar AThMii Oarn for ivAAcnAbiA ofirr 
RhoM KtAiirf liw 

J ACRta OR Boenci BOAO 
out B*Ai <«Ab nf(rr O 1*41 



ROTK'B to rONTBACTOBS 



( HOK r Ql ALITY 
Wri.I. KF.PT 



jIALID TVNnCILa rndorard Ttnilrr (■>* 

^ ButltflriA Ho I 

All! bA rrcrlrae by tha MtnUlar af RubUt 
— af 

ns. BaparMr 



CARMICHAEL'S 



Tfmanrarr Offi 



WarkA far ihc arAi'n''ri and 
A Traipararr OtftM BuUf 
ISUMI VUlarlA 
-* ' RlAhi ipArierAiInnA cenlrAci A^id fortna 
OOM af tendar mar ba aarn an and After tha 
>1 AlJ.llth dav Af Auffuat. Ifttft and furthar In 
ft13A fanMiloa abialr.ad at Uia DAPArta»ABl a( 
,P«bUa Worka RarliAwaoc Biuldinsa 
. CapIm of Aiana iAarifrailona. afr . raa 



FURNISHINGS 



ACREAGE WAiTTED 



Featuring. Nlec CnUaga Ptaoe. 
I nice Chestcrlleid KattoA, aarb as 
]-pre. Velour in Rose and Green. 
X eery nlo* Cat Vafeur HniUa; all- 
ware CcRualc and Mantel Radios; 
Good Acminster. RrUlah India Car- 
pets; 3 nkft $-pce. Wainot Dining- 
room baite*. both with China Cabt- 
nets. H'alngl CafTee and Rnd Tables; 
Dinoiia Rmilaa; wa wew WaUai Bod- 
room KaJte. Twin Beda; large aelee- 
tion of Enamel Ranges, good Co(s; 
Eloctrte Washer. (Tiromo Table*. 
China. Glass, Brass, Ornamenta, 



EXCELLENT BUSINESS 
SITE 



•’'4|'nam of ■ dapetll of TorM»-Rl*t DoLira 
' is»M> oUch okU bA rafuBdAd eo ratura 
->r *ht ptans. atr . bi rood e«idUM« 
tarh lAndor aiast ft# arroaiaanttd by an 
'•rivpitd batik chAAAa a«i a eharitrad bonk 
- - ~ -if Canada. baO# PA*Abta ta tha HitnAcaM* 
eitX '-Ba Mkritiar of RvblK Wsrka (ar Cht aurr 
** of III Tb"ut\r>d OolUra '»**0di. 

<ba;l M t'llal'M If th* part* 1tnd*ru.a 

.dw oirf U aoUt ipiA faaoUati otwr. -jMre 

.soon 10 do AO 

UTY. Tand*ra on! nor ►* rsr.tsdtrrd aolaaa 
RAvr BiAd* Aiat Ml th* fnraia aupptiad alff'rf 
, •*« (alfh tha ar- iAl ilgnaiurt of th* l*ndir*r 



Sa-Rr-.< CarnAT Ad KaniutAAll Boad 
Raar MuniripAi HaU 



FARM! FOR BALE 



rriKAHa ATrnrnowf - 1 

Mil my ftft-arr* farm «nd*r 
a Rrlra 14 ftM Bax nsd Coi :- 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 



SIDNEY 



and always have sahe milk art the cotfaqe with KUM 



S BRANA-Rgw arocco BOMB af r«ui 
roASH aad bath, and utliitr 
fAiiOL a* ABA Mi 



MarPKClUIOR 
Oopetr MlnUtAr 



CBl AL MORNING BALE. 1$:M. 
Good Kitchen Cabinet and Cup- 
board. Garbage Cans. Good Culti- 
vator. Garden Tools. Oseful Furni- 
ture. Sssh. Door*. Vegetablft*. Pnill, 



DEEP COVE 



Just add it to wafer . . • 
you have safe^. fresh milk! 



ABOUT TliRCa ACBW part buWi ar 
arrA ilMrad. arid as aisln rAsd UnfiB 
lahAd hAuaa a( (A*r rAAjaa and 0-3 1 cr 
bath Oaa 4 eairr Mppiy ^ J I DV> 



RABM ROB BALI 

WiTMtM tHBO-MU-f aBCUI -TEN 
«> ACBBB af food Iroiuiai land a*< 
und*r • jiUTaUan. twa artra In vrSAiablaa 
Rl»< rcns\ tfindern hmis* larfa barn 
cbi *«n hot,** fir Idft biida. fr»«B)IOBar 
hot-atur hcatlBf iOOilO ft. p'.antad eim 

$9500 

Rhr>rva B 73*4 Baa ftlftl. CAlAtiUi 



S KALXD UBd*ra a 111 b* r*f*i*ad by Ih* 
UPdaralfnAd enUI 13 naan af (ha lAih 
da* Af Aud«»i 114ft for Ih* oncchaM Ol 
tha proRorf* knoan aa till MillildA Ara- 
nda. CUT of Vlriarta 

TWI RC tJVSO a tWWTbOOrT 
AOBNCY. LTD, 

•33 CVirrmmrnl BtrAOi, 
Virtorta B C. 



Ta«, KlIM Ift perfect 'ifer tha 
cottage, or for hunting or ftahing 
tnp*. 

KUai is posteiinaed whole milk 
ui hsndy powder form. Add it to 
water, beat, and you have creamy 
oiilk for dnnkmg or cooking On« 
pound makra f^srly 4 quarts frwah 
milk. 

Keepa week* after opening wifli* 
ouf refrigarafron. Easy to aCore, 
light cp raj^ry. In I -lb. or economy- 
•ixe 3!^ or 5-lb. tins. 

FRII: Booklet of rveipea. ramping 
tip# " wrilt Ororary Dvpi . I'Ym 
B ordon Cornpany, Limltad. Spadliaa 
CfAAceAl. Torante 4, Oatarin 



SPARLING AT SIDNEY 

B0TAn AOBTTB AT aiDHTT BtRCB l»3ft 
MambAr Beal K*tat« Board af VlriarU 



MAYNARD A KON6 
AarManeen 



Bhiikbon* 111 m* Maaen 

Baurrtii U7 BilUlanl flotf 

Marlyn 113 Mtaa Karen O 

Iowa Mar Bab 111 Mtaa HanT.awar 
Orry Ooalin 131 Mao Of Iroo 

Xetr Trada 113 Babi* Yank 

WInsaaar ' Ifti Ratan Rilat 

VX Broom IM Mar Do 

'ApprenUsa allnoaiirA 



731-X Jehneeo 



TTHotaf rna raittimo 



SALT SPRING ISLAND 
SEAFRONT 



S EALED tandara «IU b« r*c*l*Ad by th* 
untlrrsif r<rd ua uf<hl ft a ai . Wad-x 
At* Auduti 34 lft4« lor patnilne tha Chi- 
nn* RoaAlial lAft lUrald atraet. Ylctarl* 
a c . iB k*APir>| elUi feerldcAiiona *hii-h 
may ba obiatnad from tha offlra of ih* 
cii* BetldiBs Inaperuir. Cllf Rail- 
tarh t*ndrr wj»l b* Anrl«»a*d It* aa *n- 
**1»PA markrd ■T*r*d*r for Palntln( Chl- 
oraa MotpUal. and arrompahiad etch a 
r*rtift*d fVpA«l' Cha**** for 1% of «h* 
amount of t*n<l*r mad* payabl* '3 tha 
CII* Traaturar 

Th# lAwaat or any trodar *tU b« «#*»•• 
lartlT b* acrtpled 
* OR BHABRK. 

City Rurehatirt AfAtil 
lot* Ran. TUMrta. B C. 

AUffuat II Ift4d 



Aurilnneer* aad aAppraUer* 
Sine* IMX 



■aaullhil nav home *f 1 raoeu. with all 
mndara aasAASlAaraa. buDi an anuiharn 
atop* atih leo r**t Af taafroat. J arret' 
Ovnar ferrMi ta aaU fnr piirair ratMiit 
aad 1 * aakiBs oaiy th* aaai prim *( 



I UP-ISLANO 

MODEL DAIRY FARM 

itSI a-rra rood buttnm land Apprn* ftO 
latrai d*ara4 Very produaU** anil Bam 
I for 3ft head, dairy and |a«d nutbullitlnn 
I With vary aiiraeilva l-r*eei rutdance. oen- 
,<uiiBt Af panattad hall lari* llTint-ruoa 
in.lh *»•* vlBdAV arap:ar* *#ry alira-U** 
Idinlnf-rMm «tiA Areplar* and butlt-lB 
Ifliturts ttadara kiirheti vtrad (nr *lar- 
’ri< rar.f* «uui* raoei «Uh porcelain luba, 
;maat*r Badream vlth hath 1 bodrooma and 
oathroaiB up BaMwant vlth Oil-O-Ma'.'' 
haat, OABaiaat hat AaiAr daubla tarae* 
nirr fritunil* and family orchard Ror 
lurih«r partirulara apaiy afflre 



Instructed by Leonard Pierce, who 
haul Bold his btduneu and Is taking 
up residence in the U S.A . we will 
aril on 



Paiteurixad milk In Ht handiest form I 



Till KSDAY, 2 P.M. 

6 -Room HOUSE 



J. H. WHinOME 8. CO 



INDIGESTION 
WALLOP YOU 
BELOW THE BELT? 



right moment ' -Enixabeth Hswes. , 

Monday for Everyone • - Avoid 
haste, particulKTly en route; use 
dietary discrcuon in the morning. 
Later, exert youmelf to be friendly, 
quick-witted, serk norrltles. be in- 
ventive. 

Look for your blrthdate and 
birUuign below. 

Mnrch 31 U) April 19.— (Arias)^ 
Maintain poise in the morning, 
dispatch duUe* Evening, gwln news, 
•eek constructive thoughts. 

April X to May X.— (Txurual.i— 
Be Inventivs to move forward EUm- 
ItiBtp weak angles of mnralnf ar- 
rangements. 

May 31 to June X — lOeminh.— 
Better relations with Ibnsr about 
you. Journeys or calls paid on 
others In evening bring pleasure 

June 31 to July X -iConcer*. - 
Morning, use oare. tact In mutual 
endeavors Evening, develop fliuin* 
rial Interests. 

July 33 



OOVCBNWt'Tr LIOl OK ACT 

iBaatlaa tft> 



Known as 
141 DCNEDIN 
(OfT Gorge Road> 

Comprising: Llvlng-reani. Dlaiag- 
roem with Pireplsre and Built-in 
BufleL, fiood Htxa Kitchen. Pantry, 
aad upstalri I Gead Hl*e ItAdivMims 
with Clothes Closets, 3-plece Bath- 
room: full Cement Basdment with 
stmost new Sawdust Burning Fur- 
nace; almost new Ourold Roof, etc 
Lot approx SOxlM Taxes $61 44 



•lOTur or Arrui ATioK roa consiwt 
TO TBAVsrra nvra ucircr 



"BUILDING?" 
SEE SEAVIEW 



CEDAR HILL 



HaIr Taw Fwyodw *»*' Foa Th* KaiJ Of 
Raiiaf Thel Halpt Moke T*« Rsna' T* Ga 
Mi>re (b*a IwiI Af yobr dkM«<M t* doa* 
ba.tte Ua belt W TAW M laAl Af bowals 
Bu whom litduwUM *4ai«*e. try AonwUtM 
U«t hakp* SisaetkM ta Ut etruwah AND 
balnw Um baft 

Wbat yaa war aaad aCwiar a laUta tare* 
Rilb b> ci*» areHad balp 4* that I'trwttw 
SB fwt' af boAala 

Taka ao* Latrta* * titO* iJrar RUk halnaa 
awl nti* altar maat* Tak* Urm a/-a***din| ta 
SuiwbnM TWry balp oak* up a larv** flow 
af 'hr t — — S.f>«tiv* juiaea ta y«*tr ttAisaeb 
AN I* t»a»M* - Mp you <liS<At abat ye>i bar* 
AAian ta Nattar* a o«« wey 

TVa* n*r»t leika set tha b.ad af lufwf ibad 
■wkw nw faaf better (mra y««ir bawl b» yeW 
Jaat be aura you sal Ua sawuaa C artarV 



d-roem itM.-A btinSkW*. AAaUInlBt Ii«lr*|- 
raom dinInd-reM) kitrhan. i baOroimif. 
PamiiMkr hath ful’ haaemant hat-air fur- 
nar* driT»-U) laras* BituatAd an apprsi 
tv anal. BMMy ('** 
dena Hi 
Bira ftae 



N OnCX U hareby gi*** that *B the llth 
■lay >*1 Baplrmhar nan. tha undar- 
*idn**i ibtardk la ipsly ta th* Llquar Cim- 
tr*'I Baaft far mrtaant to ttenalrr af Bear 
Lirenr* Na IftSft liauad In retpac'. tif 
araiauaa balng wirt at a bglldint knawii 
tl HALTWAV Hnt.rpr altua'r a* laqjl- 
mall. Rrinah Columbia jpan th* lands 
(letcribed as Lot t* Blark 3 Map lift. 
Virtoria Lard R»fii'r*i4on rKiirirt in (Ha 
etAelnr* of 8rt(ub cniur.btk. (ram Anian 



Vtctarlas navadt «i*« aubdiriilon «lth a 
•eank pan*rsma of th* eiraiu from 
Jama* taland ta Oarden llaad Half acr* 
lats ar* prked (ram ftfftd, with abaui half 
aaah On th* att-mil* rtrri* vlth rtty 
Ilfht vatar. n*ar Ut# CarSoea Bay acbool 
'nt* buUaiBf y*«trkil*r.a ar* SO* aq ft 
Mak* y*«r rhatra aarly ehlla th* baai *1** 
btu ar* itlM afailahl* and dri*a tud*( 
AUl th* K**t Saanlrh Raad taoard Xlk 
lAk* than lam rtghi at th* atfn on nary- 
BMni A** Th* fotlnvlnd lata ha«* b**n 
aaW ft, ft. tft, 14 II and «eii*rty half af 



$10,500 

ATTRACTIVE 
WATERFRONT HOME 



*r«t loa fret vaiarfriHiiat* an sand* 
baarh Th* drawnri* ar* arMiltrall* laid 
a*i lr> baauilfel 1*wn« arid thnabbary 
nicety treed elOt family ^ 1 t f^fTn 
orchard and jardari Rrlr* 9 I I , 

LOVELY COUNTRY ESTATE 

A perfect tAtllrtt «iih aslandid *le« 
Kanrh-iytM bunaata* rantalntnt larie 
iirint-rpom 'Id* hreptare J ntr# bed. 
rnom* baih 'i pi»'*e' »*f#e kitrhr- 

Dktta front and raar beaallfat trok-i 
aiih o-jolde nrrolar* •loatad on II arrea 
anpra* I alaarad Mlanr* •aaii'. «l*ared 
FamtiT arrhard r*aab*rrte» and *tr#o 
harrie* ehirkra pAna to* l.ftift Mrda born 
lor 4 head root hn«»e feed bam Oen*- 
'•**lnt Term* M Ud i-ath. e 1 A 
balanra ■rranied Price klW;JV.AJ 
Aak for Mr c<ark 

and Bman 



IMPORTANT 

Auction Sale 



30 MINUTES' DRIVE 
FROM CITY 



A baautlfuliy da*el«ped dO-arra atiate 
atant *trftn Uwbar, Iraki* and rradi 
Thotisanda af bulb* ha«* been aianied 
Larf* arIraU iaft*. fed by aprlnf*. arare* 
af oullard durht. irooi and baaa O*oat 
baa cpmlArubl* boua* trailer and beat on 
U* aroparty 

Rar Sal* at a Vary Raaaanahl* Rrtc* 



FURNISHINGS 



BuiM B.C 

PayrollM** 



Such Kk 3-pce. Chesurfleld Suite. 1 
Walnut Coffee T»ble«. Console Mode; ' 
Radio. Tri-Lsmp. Eieclric cusck.j 
Musical Instruments. China. Glaas.' 
8-pce Walout Bedrooo^ Suite with 
good Spring and Spring -Pilled Mal- 
lrfK5. Raymond Drop-Head Sewing 
Machine. Plat Top Desk. Type- 
writer. Bed*. Cherts of Drawers. 
Dmuers. BoolLthelvw. Dwtk. Lamps. 
Set of 4 Chroma Dinette Chain. 
Mantel Radio. Congoleum Squarw. 
fine All-White Enamel Clare Jewel 
Sawdust Burning Range, Speed 
Queen Enamel Electric Washing 
Machine. Olrl's and Boy s Bleyclw. 
Emery with Motor. Table Saw. Oar 
den Tools, etc. 

Wednesday 9 X Is $— 



to August 72 <Leoi.- 
Moming. clear chore* away quick 
ly. druUi let thinga aemm ilate or 
become Ureaomc. Later, mix freely 
August X to September 73 
'VirgCM -Happenlnip you bad not 
planned can bring you galii. as do 
unfamiliar persona, by the night. 

September X to Ortober X ~ 
'Ubra> —Mr 
Later, 



JONES 



W* Raea B**rr«) Ran 

Haldlnt* to Choea* Rram 



Having received instructions from I 
Mrs Vf A RetUwell. I will sell on^ 
her farm, known as the Wm. Cas- 
sidy farm, on the old highway. 3 
miles south of the Speedway ^all. 
Cedar, halfway between Nanaimo 
and lad>**mlth. 11 head of nice 
Dairy Cows. 3 of them are Reglitered 
|jeraeys. first ealrers the others are 
Ouemaev rrofter* and 






P, R BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 

KfiabllthAd ■ftftd 

till BROAD wmtrr mo*** on* 

Uambar Real fblal* Beard *f VIotArU 
granlet* Sir Clark. O <*43 



Evervone In B C. thouM linow (hel, Henryl Why, with 
the loretU Leing our moot velueble nelurel resource, we've 
lust nelurelly got to guerd egeintt uelng them hemtlully- 
With propef cere, the million delten they brought 
UI lest yeer will incresfte Indefinitely! 

PULP « PAPER COMPANIES 
AND FOREST CONSERVATION 

The reteerch end development 
•ecltonft ol Britiih Colwmbie'i Pulp 

•nd Peper Industry ire vlforouily ■ ’ 

pUnning end bilng the modem 
Kientifk methods of coneervetlon 
in ell their forett opereltone. Theie y 
ectivitiei Include Ike protection 
end prevention, dneete and Insect 



2 HOUSES — ?4 ACRE 



Pacilic Milk 14 



•Ion. 

and wikhei with ecquRlntantes 
October X to NovsntbfT 

iBrorplo). Morning- think 



MUa tnd-en* half rirck m-# 4-ir-ssi brvk 
buasalaer, fall ramanr ba*am*ttt. (vrnar* 

nrobi*** hoaiAd treanhoea* Doabla *•- 
rae* Anatbar l-roAm hrw*a eiUt («U 
AlumMn* ARbrotlmatal* 3d baarirvf rniiU. 
barrta* and balbt Ni«* rt**nua frna 

"n"’ $8500 



■Iren and grown up.t. Try a 
can of rich, salisfting Pacific 
Milk today. You'll agrre with 
thousand* r.f hmisrxvivr* . . 
il’ft a mii«t for any kmlirn 



' Hoi -Jersey 
I Jerseys. 9 head of Registered Jer- 
c Heifers, t of them heavy in calf 

80 ACRES 'and are Oirkenshaw xtoek' 6 head' 

WITH OVER 1000 FEET OF of Registered and high-grade Jersey 
WATERFRONT AGE Heifert. rwie year old. one Fearllng 

_ . ^ ^ , ReglsUred Jersey Bull, bred by 

m hhfh with Wattfvl • •• ua ^ 

cf Mi #nii fBAwntiini 9$ i^tM Bt)c Hftfn$ltor« Dunfftii. on^ fAl 

•rail,* land and bararw* In *irri> cow There are alan 4 nice Block 

Riinntne •caaia (hrnu#h brnpori* I# (h* ;i., 

M* AMortefl ysupf truti ti**e Rio*|Hnga. bacon type (will drees out 

t^ernhin, u u, nn, 

r«»r-rea*n hnnsaio* «iih full baaomani |j^u Information will be given at 
Alemhikd and Rombraka bath UdhunSi.^,^ ,nmm »«--■■ 

irnm **nar* 4 or n**d h**a# back *tdip|. Ithe Sale Also some Poultry, one 
lUhint «'d horvuirs u u> 14 «ii4A frwjgurf^ 3-unit Milking Machine com- 

rii* Watjie make daivdy r**«M er#e*Tt* , . " _• 

Tarma arrantad tlO 'like nfW'. 7 10-gal. Milk 

Rria* * I icsru and the usual aseortment of 

Dairy irtenstU, 3 Wood Heeten and 
some Pumlfure; $ Bird Cages. Oar- 
den Seeder and Cultivator. Pnet- 
Hole Digger: Hudson Bprayer 'new) 
and many ether thlnpi toe numer- 
ous to mention. 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



ON VIEW 
Thersday 9 X U> Sale Time 'only' 






PACIFIC MILK, 



MATNAKD * SONS 
AorUemem 
731-X Johnsew 



Irradbted and Vacuum Packed 



lauutal iroAd aero lou m ftfOOKT DOOO' 
\0 DimucT )Mi off CAdar mil cr**4 
ad Onlr ttra* kfi Rfk* 



Palmer-Lambe 

Co. 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 

134 ROUT er»Brr 1 1 

e*minfk..U*ot( H**ti**d 
BalkkAfit 1440 



DwM'* 



At mONEEBS 



Dodfh KidneyPlIis 



TERMS CASH 



TEN MILE POINT 



SAANICH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES 



Caalraniat* 4nd **a-*Ia« |a<j »h th* **r* 

IW •( skrtMU Tan Mm Rewt Ha* cur 
velar Tirv* aad ih* povar tt iv Bi« 
Mr*k* -'hr** Mark* Oft** today, au; 
Cadbor* Bay R**d i« Tudof Avantt* and 
kban fallav th* rad arravt nsh' ta iht 
Afoyany mat*«n i-hi.ir* tat* *IU b* wUC 
ATAfarakty te •*■*• *t srlr** 
rw»el''ft f v a. a\j 



k. H. McPherson & Sons 



Tl’E-SDAY. AL(;i'ST 1 
I :.10 P.M. 



>A.A('RB OAiRY FARM -rnnaiaUnf af ban 
far II *A«* dair* all* end niha* bgltdin*) 

i»AAd ft-r*aW ha'iae enh lM**»ml V* 
raiknt mU. V*»d crb*'°ft TKIa U ' 

$i3r00( 

l•.•CR■ nAIKT RABM - Oenautlnr d 
bam r#* 3ft b**d Dairy. rtil-»*n h««*i 
*(r Rmir-raana h**a* r««iwt*4alr hir 
aUlwd Rrke l*'bld*>l 1 V»*d •OSirt 
*•»• aad ail aeftlemat. Eli fVV 



AT OUR tAI-flbROOM 
13X EiqriMAl.T ROAD 



This beeutiful ferm ta eleo for sRle 
pcivetely by Mrw ReUlweU. eon- 
sisUng of M Kcree of good lend . hee 
urn of tbft beet modem fenn houses 
'em Vencouver Isknd. just bAitlt one 
eleo nice ocyw bems end 



n propcrtt wanted 



In order to meke room, w* erv 
selling numenwis odds end ends 
For delKlls, see Tusedey • Peper. 



TVyipeK TXA > Nfxrev OH TWO OH' 
L' MAr* arr**, O arSse Haad Bm tr>* 
rAtaoiai 

\x»iu. RAT OR TO mftsft Rrm 

lart*; 



RWs* «4 tar («rUi*r tartievlere *• 
ibaa* fftad yratortiAa. 



yeer ego 

other outbuildings, end a good sup- 
ply of running water. 



P\l MKR-I AMBK CO 

Awtteneers M»d ARpr s bi r ri 

IIX Bsqwltm*H RMd G M 



VV ala A* aaeoa-roean h*«** *Ub 
ttMM on Ilea •* loa aara* r'Ad lai>4. (>' 
•■lUi fU.ntcb ar*a tretaral^ olUi (mi* 
trea* and email fmild aj*d a iftMin aft- 

tag* fa* tardaaar Kaeb ft* Boa seift. 



CARMICHAEL'S 




1 




Young Gardeners at Opening of New Park 



DON’T SPOIL THE APPEARANCE OP 
YOUR ROOMS WITH MISFIT FIXTURES 



MURPHY ELECTRIC 



81&-18 FORT 



QUALITY MILLWORK 
INCLUDING SASH, FRAMES 
DOORS, CABINETS, ETC. 



PROTECT YOUR CARPETS 
•nd DRAPERIES 



New Swieetiofi Juet 
Arrived 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, HARDWARE, PAINTS 



TENTS 

SLEEBING SAGS — AIR 
MATTRESSES — DECK «nd 
PORCH CHAIRS * 



AGENTS FOR 

DUROLO AND BARRETTS ROOFING 



2891 Douglas St. 



S70 JOHNSON ST 



G4632 



A New Industi 
For Victoria! 



BhieC’io'*'' Hospital Servi<e wn intro- 
duced a‘ X voluntary non profit plan 
for pmvidm^ ho*pnali/ation by means 
of monthly installment payments 



Blue Cross will pay all In.spitan.illi 
for Its members incurred up to iJecem 
her 31. I'M!?, after which dale the («ov 
eminent Plan will as^tmie pa^itieni 
for hoiipitalixalion Refunds will h< 
made of alt premiums paid to Blur 
Cross for services beyond l>erembei 



In view fif ilie fact that the tWvvern- 
ment of the Province of British Colum- 
bia has introduced a compulaory plan 
effective from January 1, PMQ. at rates 
on which Blue Crots could not eon- 
imue to render service on the same 
hijfh standard av before. l)ie Board of 
Directors of the Associated Hospitals 
Services of Britivh Columbia hat de- 
cided that it will dis-rontmue cartvinj 
on business as of December 31. I*)48. 



The Directors express great applet la- 
tion nf the loyal supf>^*ft of the Sub- 
scribers. their dependents, and Man- 
agement for the eo-operatioti which 
has made Blue Cross in British t otum- 
bia eminently successful durinit tha 
past five years. 



Bronchlllt and 

Asthma Coughs 



ir (real sim««>i ^ ~ 



Associated Hospitals Services of Britisk Colombia 



IVolp ill Bottle Mystery; 
Found hy Boy on Beaeli 

w' •/ 

Almost every <Uy when the of the worU] ai It to today— let us 
weather to fine, falr-halred Edward'^ deacreUbn to the winds and 
yalrtoaa foea to pUy at Fmters ‘ ^ determined by the . 

B».rh in a-iulmnlt H. .ork. „ . 

The suanfc mraaa«e was al«ued 
delivery boy for a grocery store to , by three tndtocemlbJe algi»turci 
Esquimau and pedals down on his *Uh air force rsnkg printed bekiw 
bk-ycle to the beech at the foot signature The first signature 
0f Foster BLreet during his lunch ^ ‘ *««und 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B C. SIA’DAV. ArCL ST IS, I94B 









I - . — word “Air," but the 

Sometimes his brothers go with remainder, at the very bottom of, 
him and they set up the botUce that ' ^ «<^rap of paper was partly tom | 
drift m from the sea on the rocEs!***^' 

and throw stonm at them. Young Edward took the message 

■ Y«.,rd.,. IM «ura, IJ- wold ' 'Wl*. ""’‘is: 

«m b, hU^U to PU, pound 

by the sea He searched around for | 

a bottto to throw stortea aL One SELIEVEU FAKE i 

that looked like an old. brown | Mr. Palrleas told Edward hej 
Whiskey bottle he found to some ' thought the meesage was “a fake " i 
aeaweed that had drlltad up on , But Edward didn’t think ao. He 
shore with the tide. As he picked believed it had been wrlUen by' 
U up bto quick eye* noticed a piece three airmen, probably shot down ' 
of rolled paper Inside. somewhere over the sea during' 

lAW WOBDb IMS. afloat In a life raft, half- 

He looked closer snd saw the!^’’^** ^ hunger and thirst. i 
primed words "ESS-OH-BSS " He *'* Fou read the signa- , 
tried to get at the paper with hto ^ he brought 

fingers after unscrewing the top. btocloaed bit of paper into The 
but the neck wss too small 8o tost night. "But maybe you 

smashed the bottle and ecritiwiu eh«* and find out Che names 



Hand ( Concert 
To Honor 
Vi.silin« Slii|) i 

A program of all -English barvd 
music. In honor of the vlsiUng 
cruiser HM8 Sheffield, will be 
preernted In Beacon HUl Memorui 
Pavilion this afternoon by the' 
Parka Band 

The concert wU begin at 3 p.m 



J Blgsby. and will feature vocai 
solos by Arthur Stringer. i 

•nve program will include “Cotonel t 
Bogey." "Selections Prom Old Eng-' 
land.” "Country Oarden." "Lstnd olj 
Hope and Glory." "Brand Military 
Tattoo." -Henry VIII Dances. 
"London Suite." "Onward Christian 
Soldiers," and "British Eighth " ‘ 

Tonight St 7:3b there will be a ■ 
Gldeoiu church service In the park. 

On Wednesday at 8 p m the B.C ' 
Electric Band will present a concert 
under dlrecUon of James MUier. 

Free outdoor movies, sponsored by 
^the National Film Board and Vic- 
toria Film Council, will surt at the 
I pavilion on Thursday at 9 p ro. 

The August senes of amateur 
shows will continue on Friday 
storting at 8 pm. Fred Ushers 
Horoetownen, with impersonator 
Ron Cleaves, wtll provide entertain- 
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smashed the bottle and excitedly ' 1 -- Caienut Pheio. ' Cleaves, will provide entertain- 

unrolled a bit of ordinary brown missing then At oHicuI opening of new Victoria West pkygroujid yesterday, children displayed v«f«mbl«s they grew 

wrapping paper which was begin- ^ llkejfom seeds supplied to Spring by Victona West Community Centre. In picture Thomas Wilson who ^ *iH be held to the 

ning to lum yellow. He found this ' supervised vegnsbie dispUy. and Alderman C. F, Banfield. president of Community Centre, stand khind 8»‘’if<toy afternoon 

... 1^1. . ... prue-winneri. Left to right, they arc Dorothea Nelson. Eleanor Wilson RarK>r« asyk— .. 



—j... k, (TiMiuvni oi vommuniiy cenrre, stano behino 

prue-winneri. Left to right, they arc Dorothea Nelson. Eleanor Wilson. Barbara Stewart James Morgan 
Kathleen NuttaU. Chesley Power. Arthur Moore. Keith Banfield. Allan Hook and Billy Wilson. 

Net More Than $600 for hAiuipment 
\At Opening of Victoria fVest Park | 

j More than 8800 was “aleed at lhe|BeverIn' Bark of Csquimall. A build ourselves during the Winter. 



Skin Itch 



rung to turn yellow. He found this * supervised veg«sble display, and Alderman C. F, Banfiald, president of Community Centre, stand behind 
measage printed In ink' • . , prue-mnneri. Left to nghi. they arc Dorothea Nelson. Eleanor Wilson. Barbara Stewart. James Morgan. 

•Thr 3Ul D.y of June. IMS. The letter of e.ch of the n.m« *"*" •"'* ^ilwn. 

Tear of Our Lord 'appro. d.» - to the algnaturee appear to be Jil . 7- - _ mx ' 

More Than $600 for Equipment 
Opening of Victoria JVest Park I 

rTn I* ^ ^ r ****~**^*»,froro Point Hope Shlpyarda. Indus-' ' ^ 1 

• to the delerl- trial Reserve, eomc time Frtdayl ^^1*0 MOO was “aleed at ihe^Beverln' Bark of Csquimall. A build ourselves during the Winter, 

ous state that to. Ufe Itself night, city police said. Thieve* en- official opening of V’etorta West Punch and- Judy show was given dur- ' u ki the duly of the parenu. not 

^ ^ being tered a tool shed there by breaking Park yesterday. Alderman C. P i'^to the evening. the municipality, to supp'y etjulp- 

what_^y^r^nd_ t^ ead^.t.u off a pollock and secUon of door. Ba„t,eld. prealdent of the VlctorU I “.T. , T/* " 

I the Victoria Olrla Pipe Band, thel 

wD I |\ .• II ei Army Baad arws the ^gU ^ 

reiKlray Donation to Hospital iwomm.Au«ui.r,dniuM® ci-j— 11^1. 

J ^EE-CIE ^ proftls. iogelhcr wlihj "The money we raised will give, AlCR 

\1 I . . ¥\ • 1170 donated previously by the Vic-, the children plenty of equipment tor r^,,-L| 1,^ 7 MSn.ilA# 

\^IVCS ilCW Imnctus to UriVP toru W«t Bowimg aub and ouierl"*” ^f^e to c«ne. «id Wr Ban f OUQlll iFI / ninUtCS 

Herbert J Pendrav Eniilmalt'«mu dnnatjiwi rw a ^ Membership to the Community Cen- , aistue***# «r sen*, mskint rm •mKS ; 

ur»n. h«i donated tre k now l». and we hope to double 

tJw fund-raUlng campaign to wm-lhelp and S^lquenUy flnlT and conUnue to support the play-' V‘£lcC. I 

piste conversiQvi of the Royal JubOee Job quicker Cloee to 1,000 people atiended the frounds. ■ »‘i** **»» s*r»i 

Btrathotma Wing to a' Tha intensive drive to raise money t’pcmng day to watch entertainment,) "We snil use much of ‘he money to, » h*ip^»i*K*rtin *3 | 

*!!?■ M'Wdld not TwalUe lU objecUve. and buy homenrooked candy tip ^i^rix\x tor x^ulpmtni we wiil ^ ^ 

Anderson, medical superlotendcnt of Thuridav hoanitaJ nfn/Hau 

the iuwpttaJ. announced yesterday, jthey would give up the cempalgTL to games of — — 

Dr Anderson said the donaUon-At that time 813.000 was itlli re- | 

means the ward will probably be <h»toed- Featured on display were veg#-| A m ■ 

opened befoiw Christmas this year ' PravlncUI Oovemment has tobies grown from seed by children. lI ^0|nlAA| 

; The medical superintendent said It 1 to grant one-third of the the dUtrlct. for which 84C in prises ^ kLImVl HlvHL 

• originally was planned to oompiete Judge was W H Warren.| 

; work on th« wing with hospital sUff 840.000, Dr. Anderson said P«>’ks superintendent. 

1 workera. With Mr. Pmdray’s gen-! *f'>»P*tol ofnclata yesterday spoke Mayor Percy E, George gave the' 

: _ jblkhly <rf Mr. Pendray's generous ! opening address, snd this, was fol-' 

p •. donation, which they said has given, lowed by appearance of May Queens' 

I .nmnilinil V I Isiephame Jons* of Victoria and — ■ • 



LONDO.N fCP» -Exports must be, 
raised to twice the 1938 volume be-j 
fore BrUaln can pay lit way abroad., 
Harold Wilson, president of Uie 
Board of Trade, told a meeting of I 
the British fieport Trade Research 
orgxnlaaUoD recently. I 



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Community Chest 

Dollan at ork 

When your Community Chest ob- 
server dropped to at the YWCA 
toe other day In search of material 
bearing on the Institution and the 
help the Chasl give* to it. he sought 
for an lUustraUon or two to the field [ 
of human reclamsuon 

The "Y W - can tell of such cases ^ 
alnght but the splendid ladles in * 
charge prefer to enthuse over what 
their In^ituuon doM in the field of 
prevention. Your observer talked 
* with Dr Olga Jardine. president of 
toe board, and with Mias Christina 
Gardiner, the general secretary. It 
was an exhlUratlng contact. Here 
are two women and their buovant 
helpful spirit is typical of the en- 
tire suff St the "Y." -who delight 
and understandably so. In whst ' 
toelr Insmution Is sble to achieve i 
Further, they sra happily alert to i 
new and further opportunities for ' 
•ervlce. i 

The Y W.C.A hss been function- j 
tog in Victor!* for 86 years One i 
aan’l begin to gauge the magnitude 
of Its helpfulness over these long 
years It has been a veriUble college 
for the turning out of fine young ' 
Womanhood By lu friendly InterMt 
and trained, practical leadership It ' 
has snatched many a young life ' 
from the pitfalls of dsnger and has 
toarorted not s few tragic eptsmW 
"Our work U not spectacular." said 
Miss Gardiner, "but we do feel chat . 

K has been helpful " 

The Y W.CA Is mora than Just ■ 
a friendship circle, important as 
such function Is It goes deefier. It , 
reaches out for the human problem ; 
toat frequently is suggested bv this 
or thst request from Inquirers alj^M 
its dtwrs. As an IllustraUan. the [ 
lYavslleri' Aid department of the I ^ 
"YW" last year alone aseUled 
lees than 18,711 persons at the local [|V 
docks Msny of these had problems [Cl 
reaching deeper than the actual re- 
quests ihey presented. And toeyjn 
were helpful accordingly Many|[5 
were helped in s manner that has 
Changed for the better th* whole! 
course of othenrisa discouraged, i 
fnistrsled Uvea. i 

The Y W.C A Is on* of ih* 18 
■genclos aaaisied ftnanctaUy by th* \ 
Greater Victoria Community Chest. ; 
Roughly nine per cent erf ths ' 
Chmt's funds goss towards iU sup- j 
port Anotoer llhutratinn. Mr CIU- ' 
sen. nf your Community Cheot dol- ' 

Isr St work j 

Th* Oommunlty Chmt dollar Is • 
always busy, always hHpful. 

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R«*|)ffM*nl.s Victoria in Ra<*t* 



Big Cargo 

An l0.dOO.OOO Milmon r»rtL'. 

the UrfMci to rvoeh tbta 

jMf. WM belnf unkwdrd jrMtenloy 
from the bold* erf the cannery 
frelfhter C^Uef WeehalU. owned by 
the NaniUond Trax^portetloo Com* 
peny- 

The TteaeJ. lu decks elmoet swash 
from the weifht ot the taOJKW esses 
of canned ftsb. docked Prldsy after 
s run frtMn Nsknek ta the Bristol 
Bey area. 

Bix ships are due to anire next 



Sheffield Remembers the Bismarck 



Marine Metci 

Navy Week la over for another year. 

For officers and men of the Esquimau naval base :t 
was a busy seven days. For the thousands who visited 
ships and shore establishments it was full of interest. 

Naral peraonnal. and offlctats of Although no official count was 
the Nary League of Canada, spon* kept of naval basa vlsliors during 



sands. Ships and shore units wer* 
open to the public yesterday be* 
tween 1 90 and S pm. 

BIG REGATTA 

Among hlgbUghte of Friday's 
program was Ute Pacific Coast 
Command annual regatta, which 
featured a *nattl« of the Agee"— - 
a whaler race for crews over 96 
team from 



terday the program bad been an 
outstanding eiicceae. 

Arulntematlonal flavor was added 
to the week by the British cruleer 
HAfS Sbefrield and the targe 
Onlted Staus submarine Remora 
which docked here Tliursdsy. 

Music during the week was 
provided by the Royal Canadian 
Navy band of H MCit. Naden and 
the Royal Marine Band from Bhef* 
field. 



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Belzurt of more them •IJMO worth 1 
of opium from crew's quarters | 
aboard the Dutch freighter Japara! 
at Tacoma was announced yeeter-| 
day by Cuetoma Collector Howard ; 
UacOowan. { 

The opium was found Thuraday.i 
UacOowan said. The ship w*i>' 
searched again when it reached I 
Seattle yesterday but no new die* I 
oonrerlca were* made. I 

The Japara arrived from thci 
Dutch Bast Indies and the Philip- 
f^lnea. 

Notife to Mariners 

Mariners sre advised Ibe red spar 
buoy marking the reef off Robert* 
Cre^ B C.. Is reported out of posi- 
tion. The buoy will be ette'nded to as 
soon as poaclble. according to W*. L. , 
' Stamford, local agent for the Oe- 
Apartment ot *rransporl. ' 



years of age. The 
H M.CB. Ontario, under Cmdr. P. 
D. Budge, captured top honora. 

Top honors covering the entire 
regatta went to men of the des- 
troyer H M CB Crescent, which 



Lt -Cmdr. G. O. 8ymnnd*. R N.. tt shown above pointing to punctured photograph of Duchess of Kent. 
While H.M S. Sheffield wsa shsdowing German battleship Btemarck in Atlantic, photograph was pierced 
by several plecct of ehrapne^'and wooden frame gouged. Other ■ouvenira of ill-fated Btamarck are found 

aboard British cruiser. 



Tliree United States navy, ships 
slugged their way through thickea-i 
ing Arctic Ice floes yesterday as 
north winds shifted the peck close 
to Alaska's northern shores. 

The Icebreaker Burton Island and 
two LBT.'a were reported nearly 
900 miles east of Point Barrow off 
Plaxman Island on their return 
from Barter Island, where they 
unloaded *upj»lies for the air force 
communications baae. 

I The main body of the navy con* 
Toj has left Barrow after dlscharg* 
Ing a year's supplies far naval oil 
' exploration basai and native vtl* 
{lages 



won for herself the "Cock of the 
Fleet" which now files at her 
yardarm. 

Other ships and establishments, 
with point scores. Included HMCfi 
Ontario U. HU.CB. Naden. 57. 
HUB. Sheffield. 40: HM.CB. Atha* 
baakan. 10 HMCS. Cayuga, nine. 
HUCB Antlfonish, seven, and the 
Reserve Team. fix. 



Announcements 

BaJvagv CallacUaa: The Salvation 
Army will pick up from your door 
aalvage of all kinds. Used clothing 
shoes, furniture, your rags, house- 
hold mattresses, carpets, mgs, car- 
ton boxes, newspspers, magaxinea. 
rendered faU. When you give It 
to the Army It is to help others. 
Phone 0 7012. 



Vbule %f VI(*Mr Snrvnwn 

Sleek Star boat Vela, pictured above, will represent Roysl Victoria 
Club in North American Chsmpionship Regstis in Seattle, August 23 
to n. Vela srill be sailed B>y owner. Alfred Evans, fleet esntain of Royal 
Victoria Yacht Club, sccompanied by Peter Townshend, also of Victoria. 
Vessel, built to internationsl standards. Is 22 feet S' , inches overall. 



Queen Aleaafldra Sotariam Sum- 
mer party will be held Wednmday. 
August IS. 2 90 to 6 pm. Friends 
are Invited to view the Bolarium 
ground*. Malahat Beach. Mill Bay, 
Tea wlU be 



Probe Etuis 



from this day foru^ard 



and visit the patients, 
served on the lawns and booths wtU 
display handwork of the petlenta. 



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A transport department commls* i 
Sion Investigation into the fatal 
foundering of the fishpicker Am* { 
aryllie has adjuumed m Vancouver 
end the chairman annour>ced Its 
report would be lorwsrded In writ- 
ing to the department. 

The heavily-laden ve ss el found- 
ered In e bitter enow storm last 
February off the Quaen Charlotte 
Islands. Three of the five crew 
members perished. 

The Invcfttigatlon* held here this 
srerk sought s cause for the trsgedy 
but reports from inquiry revealed 
the sea-acrldent must hsve been s 
quirk of fete. 

Docks Here 

Loch Monsr, of the Royal Mall 
Line, docked st Ogden Point yester- 
day with s general cargo from the 
United Kingdom. She wlU leave to- 
day for Vancouver, Brie Marshall 
of O^rge Psulln. Ltd , local agents 
for the line sstd yesterday 



Oliver 



The 2.000-ton freighter 
Olaon went aground on a Cotusnbta 
River sandbar In heavy fog early 
yesterday, but was pulled free later 
by the coast guard cutter Balsam 
The cutter pulled tbs ship into the 
channel at high tide. She was not 
believed damaged. 

Tba Oliver Olson, a veteran coast- 
wise steam schooner, was bound from 
from Ban Francisco to Portland srith 
a cargo of salt. She grounded Just 
off Thesklpanon River about a mile 
and a half below Astoria. 



A Meeting of property owners of 
Deep Cove dletrict wUl be held at 
Ihe Deep Cove School. North 
Baanlrh. Wedneedaye August 18. at 
7:46 pm^ to eonalder the formation 
•f a Deep Cova Property Ownart' 
Association. 



There’s an air of hushed 
excitement when the bride 
enters the church on her 
wedding day. .And frvmi 
that moment on music adds 
warmth, charm and dignity 
to the quiet words of 
the impres.*Ue ceremony, 
Thmugh the* years follow- 
ing music can bring happi- 
ness lo the wedding prin- 
cipal. That is why 



Club Calendar 

MONDAY — Gyro Club luncheon, 
Lougheed'a Banquet Club, 12 16 
pjn. 

TUESDAY- Klwania Club luncheon. 

Xmpreis Hotel, 12.16 pjn. 
THURSDAY —Rotary Club lunch- 
eon, Kmpreaa Hotel. 12:16 p.n : 
Oak Bay Klwania Club dinner. Oak 
Bay Beach Hotel. 0:15 p m. 
FRIDAY Lions Club luncheon. 
Lougheed's Banquet Club, 12 15 
pm. 

J C Nkhola of Kansas City, real 
estate and town planning authority, 
will be guest speaker at the Oyro 
Club meeting, to which members of 
the Victoria Real Estate Board have 
been Invited. 

Klwanu Club members will hear 
Dr. F. W Norwood, world leciurej 
who will apeak on: "Why la Britain 
As She la Today?" 

Angus Mitchell, president of 
, Rotary International, from Mel- 



Bugh Cronyn. O.M.. exhibitor. lH0i 
Royal Academy. Royal Portrait | 
Society. London group at the art. 
gallery and studio U21I4 Douglas 
SL, Aug. 10*21, hours 10-8. even- 
ing 1-1 pro. Admission 36e 



Frted; 



"Laurel Braa,' 

Chicken Dinners. eLunchea, Tess: 
Fishing *Tr1pa. Rooms avallabla D. 
Blyth, IIU Cobble HUl. 



The Mnoihly General Meeting of 
the Naval Veterans' Branch Nu. 42. 
Canadian Legion. BBBL, will be 
held In the branch club rooms on 
Friday. August 20. at 8 pm. A full 
atiendanoe of memben la requested. 



AaeeUtlea of MarinC' 



NallMial 

Engineers of Canada Inc., Council | 
No. 8. will maet in Room 402, Union 
Building. Mcmday. August 18. t pm. 



Den'l Mies Handlerafl Fair. Crys- 
tal Garden baUroom, Auguit 17 and 
18 Bponaored by B.C. Indian Arts 
and Welfare Boclaty. 



HEINTZMAN 



Twe Chlneee C'enverU lo Chris- 
Ranuy, Dr and Mrs Marcus Chenf. 
will be apeafclni at the China In- 
land Mission meeting at YWCA.. 
7.46 p.m. Monday, the 16th. No 
aelleetlon or money appeal. 



Uisilors 



it to prriei't a choice for a wed- 
ding gift . . . s gift that forever 
echoes the joy of * never-to-be- 
forgotten day. 



MaMsge. rIeriHcUy, reducing, col- 
onic irrigation. Adults, children all 
ages. Btella M. Kelley. 601 Union 
Bldg., 612 View BU B0191. 

Olof R. Lowenberg, Bwedlsh Mas- 
seur. private treetroente In homes 
until new offleee available. Tele- 
phone tnii. 



The ahop has 
been honored this 
week with visi- 
tors from the 
Vancouver atore. 

They naturally 
are our critics but 
as we thought, 
jlike the new store 
very much, and 
have gone to no 
ends to tell us 
how nice it is, 
which makes us 
doubly proud 



News frem Mae'a B1I4I. Why 
juggle that cake on the bus? ktac's 
era open till 0:20 pm. to aarve you. 
Fay them a visit today. Qaallty 
cakes, pastries and homt-mad? 
bread priced right 1604 Haultaln. 



Piano 

Headquarters for 
A'ancouver Islaa^ 



The Cbelet, Deep Cev*. Ohlcxen 
dinners, luncheons, teas. Please 'Ale- 
phone Sydney 82F. 



GanseWs I'hapter, I.O.D.B., Garden 
Party Wadneeday aflemoon, August 
18, at the home of Mrs. Curtla Bamp- 
son. 1003 Newport Avenue Admis- 
sion 50e. including tea. Shoal Bay 
b ueaa pas* the door. 



pora VLOOM or PAerTKAnoa— iiy* douolas 



Quadra and Lake Hill rceldcoU, 
save time. White Owl Tail, comer 
Quadra and Cook. B 3X82. 



ExhlbtUon nf PalnUngs by Owen 
and EUtabeth Ooward at the ArU 
Gallery and fltudln. messanlne of 
Btcvensnn'a Chocolate Shop. Doug- 
las and View Btreets, all this week 
and Saturday evening. 



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Clarence L. Ellle escaped without 
Injury yesterday at 3 pm, when the 
car he was driving west on Bunulde 
Road towards Wilkinson Road went 
Into the ditch at a bend In the road, 
ran along the ditch 190 feet, then 
climbed back across the road to over- 
turn on the other aide, Saanich 
police reported. 






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a beach for a doorstep. Invites you 
to vaealloD on tunny, mndy beach 
Phone FarkavUis 46 for raaervaUona 



1824 • 1832 Store Street 



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eleanlng, dyeing and rug cleaning 
1X2 Oors Street. Phone 0 8794. Yea 
w* do dyetng. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY. AUGU ST 15. LM8 

lAihor l^ro^ressivv Unit 
Parade Ilians S(juaslwd 

PORT ALBERNl. Au( U^ThclgaUCS) verr U) be teol to Vurtorta 
Port Albcml City Council dc^litedlor OtUw* he would epprove. 
to grant pennualon to the locall Aid. YaUe contended the ooly 
Labor Procreactee Party to stage a I way to atop rising prices m as to 



Weather Forecasts 



Vancouver Island News 



From Colonist Correspondents 



PAtd 13# SINK 

PORT ALBERNl. Aug 14 >Pound 
guilty on a charge vj erlUitg beer on 



Aid. Vlnoant Ruali said that such 
a parade In a localized area wostld 
have UtUe value. While he agreed 
with the object, he felt such demon- 
strstlODS should be province ox 
naUon'Wide If they were to have any 
real effect. He noted that If a dele- 



meat price me. He declared a corn- Club. It was decided to ask the wiibing tun« ond one-haU pounds, was fined i 
uUtte^ on high prices had be^ alt- secretary ^to write to Uve Provincial Pred Parker weighed the fish, andjtrate T. M 
Ung at Ottawa for tome time, but Oovcnunmt requeatlng that a iptPd Tljori \v- Kincaid supervised theltook plafe i 



Dunran Briefs 

DUNCAN. Aug. 14 —U U reported 
that Mooney’s Body Shop has pur- 
chased Pitt's Oarage and will oc- 
cupy the prcmlaea In the near future 
The company had Intended build- 
ing on the Indian Reserve, but the 
new ^rrangeaient Is expected to 
cancel that Idea. H U believed 
the company will carry on the gar- 
age business as well as the body 
shop 

TIdngt are booming la the Dun- 
can area as far as lumber workers 
are concerned. O. P- MacMillan, 
who Is In charge of the BeiecUve 
flee here, reports a shortage of 
•» . : men to fUl poalUon. Farm 
workers are also required. A notice 



100% Satialaction Guarsnte«(# or Your Monty Refunded 

WITH A SMILE 



Tops Over Everything 



• - ac Oo«vrnm«nt Tr*«ti Buresu ntM*. 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT TO OPEN NEW NANAIMO PARK 
Pbotogrsph shows entrance to Petroglyph Park on NsnaJmt^Chsse River Road. 

•'Black Track.'* Park contains petroglyphs made by race tbet mhaWted Vancouver Island coming 

Indians, snd is behaved to have been scene of ceremonials eevar^ thouund ywra ago. 

monies will take place Thursday. Standing ^Ide sign it Bruce A. McKelvie. historun and authority 

Indtairlore. • 



Parksville House Burns 
With Furniture, Clothes 



cooalrucUon. and through action of 
the tar epreading over quite an area 
in an exploelon. the flames spread 
rapidly Plre Chief Btuart Harrison 
and Warren Banks were in charge 
of the local brlg*<Ic- 



PARK8V1LLE. Aug. 14 —Fire gltt*| 
ted a five-room cottage owned by^ 
Mrs. K. Levers snd fsmlly of four 
at Parksville on Saturday morning. 
II U believed Uie ouibnak uccurred 
when a member of the family was 
beauiig tar no the kitchen stove 
In preparalion to repair the roof. 

The famUy lost all iU furniture 
and most of Us personal belongings, 
and value of loM has not yet been 
Mtlmsted. It Is nnt known If any 
Insurance was carried. 

parksvUle Volunteer Fire Brigade 
rushed U) the scene, and was able to 
aare the frame and foundation of 
the building, but being of wooden 



North Saanich 
Holds Contest 



For those ir/io knotc and love 
and infinitely beautiful , • , 



STYLED BY GORDEN 



Shawnigan Vi ants 
New Lake Vi harf 



(iracefully flared loose hack, 
Olliers still loose are caiiRht 
at the waistline with wide back 
strap. New rounded collars 
close to the chin or peaked ef- 
fect. Line large buttons add a 
luxurious finish. Fully lined 
and interlined. latest fall 
shades of mulberry, deep bot- 
tle preen, milano brown and 
cherry. 



BHAW'NIQAN LAKE. Au|. 14 —At 
the invttsUOD of the Bhswntgsn 
Lake Chsmber of Commerce. Maj - 
Oen O. R Pearkee. V.C. M.P. re- 
cently addrvnsed a meetlns In the 
B L A A Hall. Oen Pearkea discuaaed 
affairs of national irtereat. including 
freight raiet, the high cost of living, 
poatal and rural mall eervtcea. war 
Vfleraru' legislation, native Indian 
affaire, and national preparedneae 
He gave synopsis of actWIUes of the 
last DamlnlOQ seasion, and dealt 
With the Bhawnlgan-Port Renfrew 
cnmmunlcattoo project, and a pro- 
poaed public wharf for Shnwnlgan 
Lake. The need for a new wharf was 
thoroughly suessed by Chamber of 
Commerce members, who gave facts 
and figures, and referred to the tn-, 
adequacy and poor comlltlon of the 
present wharf. Oen. Pearkea prom-^ 
tsed all pniialble co-operation. | 
*nte business section of Uie village 
Was well represented at the meeting, 
which waa pretided over by J. O 
Morley. 



Pneumonia Fatal 



! In future all applicanta for Are 
pberiTwtxt win have to appear tn 
pcTscsn at the City Bali -aiul take 
full lesponslblUty for tame. In the 
paat only verbal permlta h^ been 
given, aometlmes over the leleplwhe | 
Several complaints have been re-| 
andfon checking up it vss 
' found that permtoslan had been 
granted at previous dates when ' 



Coats, Second Floor 



To ReprCvsent Gtyi 



aooprr _ DUNCAN, Aug 14 Mayor J. C 

ri‘ Wragg and Mrs Wragg will repre- 
i« » AS SI sent the city of Duncan at the 

ss> j. uM ss Vancouver exhibition on August 2S 

ss II 11 VI IS 4S Ti They will attend the ofAelal lunch- 

t si s u a Ms S ? s w si s s ^ Hotel Vancouver. 

istsM IS ISM rmw si and then proceed to the opening 

IS lisa ssi^ ^ ’ ceremonlea which will be oonductad 

55! :s :m;.s JMtis 

III I . . iM M as hIMUoo Park. 

SI . . 11 « SI 

i.riiM ana it ssn ii as kkkD rCMKNT. ATOP WORK 
1 1 IS •• a« II IS a I SI M ai 

liiSM iVasM ri”** WINNIPEG CP). — Work on a 



Just Arrived! 



Aid R. K Calms Is a patient tn 
King's Daughters' Hospital with 
pneumonia. All his fellow ooundl- 
lors and friends wlah him a speedy 
reco v ery, and hope he srlll soon be 
around again. . 



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FRANCO-CANADIENNE 



(Dyed Rabbit) 



Featuring the .\p^r Shmrl Collar 
and Cuffed Sleeves 



Hand-finished slips with double French 
seams. Well cut 4 gored skirt and fitted 
bra top. neckline has dainty lace insertion. 
Sizes 32 to 44*.^ 



Another of our beautifuUy 
styled fur coats featured in 
our new fall showing of Bay 
Furs. When it conies to luxuri- 
ous styling just come and see 
the workmanship in these new 
arrivals! 



In aetUng the price oC potatoes: 
at less than the ctibI of prodiArtton.' 
and would recommend that the 
board be increased In pervonnet. 
by adding some real producing 
farmers, thereby giving tha growors 
some aamirance that their tntereats 
would not. be neglected. ” 



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Franco-Canadienne' 



Lace-Trimmed Lrepe Slips 



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balance at lime o( delivery 



Heavy quslitv fist rrrpe ilip« with hist cut skirt, 
moulded midriff snd hrs top beiutifully finished 
with (tsinly Istc. While or black Q AQ 

Sirai 42 to 44 0-510 

Lingerie. Street Floor 



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sugar. Add cup boU- 
leg water slowly, while 
Mirriog. Boil lor 1 
BioBta. Par ia cleaa, 
dry |sr — cover, cool 
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Effertive 



Silver Fox Stole 
Mole Cevaf 
Flark Kid 
Squirrel Cape 



ffelps Bleach 



Phone E7111 

note change in store hours 

9:00 A M. to S;00 PM 
Wednesday: 9:00 AM. to 12 Noon 



Furs, Second hloae 



0*M yaar ski* leek d« Acned, w««tkef. 
ed. dull? The* kelp kluetk sed 
II laeee aHtaefivs sad sllwnsg wilk 
Moveefbed Wea Ceea^ H eestsias 
a specUl iasredlsat Ikst will ksfp lesks 
yoer ceavf leslea flfMsf, avers rsdisM 
^e«e« beckles iss« le*ligktse siv4 
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yssi skla leek ss yeeag ssd lesaly st 
peer skis see leek. Usee-dyeedheelad |Tke Ceewe wM ffce 



cAere/e/a milk 
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Wednesday, 9 AJW, to 12 Noon 

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Tht Million Houm built undrr tht direction of the Father Superior end brothers of the Society of St John the Evanfeltst The House hse 
seven roomi, exclusive of the Chspe), dinmi-roem and kitchen. Water is pumped from Shuswap Lake and electncity is provided by a isa 

motor (enerator. t 



Rev Roland Palmer and four of his aaaistants from left to risbt Robert, Phil, Douglai (Father Palmer) and James. The division of dutirt 
•t the House It equal, the Father Superior taking his Turn at chorea and farm work on the same basis as the others. 



The ferry R. B. Wright of Victoria, orated by the B C. Department of Public 
Works, runs from Sorrento to Scotch creek. The ferry is free and accommodates 

passengers and four cert. 



Rev. Father Palmer, the Father Superior, et work In the etriwberry patch. 



The Mission at Sorrento 



The Mitaion at Sorrento, estab- 
liahed under the divine guidance of 
the Society of St. John the Evangelist, 
ta locjted on the thorea*of Shuswap 
Lake in the Interior of British Colum- 
bia. It is an Anglican brotherhood, 
diatinct from the established church, 
but governed by the Communion at 
Bracebridge, Ontario. The Mission 
established since the war covers a 
wide variety of activ^Ues. The aim of 
the Society is to be keif-sustaining, to 
preach the Gospel to people in unor- 
ganised areaa, to assist in education 
and to carry out the principles of "The 
Good Samaritan." Under the direc- 
tion of Rev. Roland F. Palmer, the 
Father Superior who Ym$ served the 
Society for a quarter of a century, the 
Mtaaion operates its own iarm and 
household, and the brothers still And 
ample time to carry out their clerical 
duties such as conducting Sunday 
schools, visiting the far-away Indian 
populations snd surrounding settle- 
ments. No requesf for a helping hand 
It ever denied and the Mission House 
is always opon to the wanderer, re- 
fsrdless of color, race or creed. The 
Sorrento Mission is the first estab- 
lished in British Columbia. 



The station ws«en deeaa'i msec aU the trsim, bw H is siwayt o« esH for •mlxtaaca •• 
hewwm snd other eetders ia the gorrmto area. The ear wee boeght a year ego end has 

already covered 7.000 mdea. 



ae thraataaod by the Hooda Uar mevMti snd h nocasawy m pUs several loos e| 
wmp h place. Tht laha Is oesrty 1.700 fern above wa levsL 



I'holtis by Kuateli W. Gurney. 





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6 















Princess Margaret Comes 



By 

ARTHUR NETTLETON 



A PRIVILEGE extended only to 
royalty will xhortly fall to Prmceu 
Margaret. 

Unlike leaser p^^faonagea In the apclal 
acale. who do not attain their legal ma- 
jority until they are twenty-one. prlncea- 
•e.5 and princes of the royal blood become 



that. In the e?enl of the sudden death 
of the Sovereign, the Heir or Helreai Pre- 
sumptive would be empowered to take 
over the duties of monarchy as soon as 
p<isslble. 

Hitherto, no successor to the British 
Throne could be crowned until he or she 
a as 21. Meanwhile, a Regency was neces- 
sary for the Crown to function 

On August 21st, then, when Princess 
Margaret reache/ her elghtaenth blrtli- 
day, ahe will alao celebrate her *'comtng 
out." At the present time, she la second In 
(he line of aucceasloo to the Throne, 
though any children of Princess EUxabeih 
and the Duke of Edinburgh would take 
precedence. 

OW.N e.NGAGKMENT LH»T 

During recent months, Princess Mar- 
garet has been extending her Interests to 
equip herself for wider public duties Al- 
most Imperceptibly she has been given an 
engagement list of her own. Whereas not 
so long ago the two Princesses almost In- 
variably appeared in public together, they 
now have separate programs 

It was never Intended that the younger 
Princess should be merely an understudy 
for her sister, but that she develop her 
own public Interests, and her training and 
instruction during the last few years have 
been organised with that end In view. 

Though Her Royal Highness has lived 
Id the public UmeUght ail her life, U has 
not "spoiled" her or destroyed that viva- 
cliy which so endeared her to everyone 
when she was a child. The passing years 
have given her more dignity, yet her bub- 
bling sense of humor remains only a little 
below the surface. 

It Is a trait which the King and Wueen 
have never attempted to subdue beyond 
the dictates of courtesy and good taste. 
Their Majesties know from personal ex- 
perience the alralD which regal duties 
entail, and are aware of the value of an 
ability to see the humorous side ol things. 

Princess Margaret's outlook on life Is 
somewhat less serious than her sister's, 
but It Is leavened by a deep Inteiest in all 
that goes on around her. It was the 
younger Princess who. during lndu.sirlal 
tours with her parents and Princess Eliza- 
beth during the war. asked (he greatest 
number of questions and wanted U> enow 
the whys and wherefores of the processes 
ahc saw in operation. 

Her Royal Highness has a ratlier better 
(a.Nhlon sense than her sister hatf at 
eighteen. For Instance, she chooses her 
shoes more carefully, her choice being 
made with an eye to appearance as well 
as to comfort While far from being a 
•lave to current conventions In clothes. 



PrinccM Margaret Rom 



PM»«H b 



In her party dress s( the sge of i 



she prefers to follow fashions rather thaii 
create them 

bTI'DIt'D COOKERY 

In domestic matters. Princess Margarot 
has the herlditary Instinct which might 
be expected of a young lady wlUi tfcottlali 
ancestry. She and Prlnceas Elizabeth took 
cookery lessons together, under the tutor- 
ship of the head chef at Buckingham 
Palace. They put their Instruction to prac- 
tical test when they took part In Olrl 
Guide activities In Windsor Great Park, 
and they both earned the Cook's badge fur 
proficiency 

Gardens are one of the delights of the 
younger prlnceas, and she is a keen 
horsewoman. Ever since she was given h^r 
own tittle plot outside Royal Lodge, Wind- 
sor, It has been evident that ahe has 
talent in designing colorful flower 
schemes Her Interest In such things has 
been carefully 'fostered by both Queen 
Elizabeth and Queen Mary. 



Her Royal Highness's love of horses 
dates from the day when, as a small girl, 
•he received a midget pony as a birthday 
girt. She la now patroness of the National 
Pony Society. 

In musical matters ahe takes after her 
mother, the Queen. She has a good ear for 
music, and before she was seven years old 
It was so noUceable that special arrange- 
ments were made for her to take piano- 
forte lessons, though this meant slightly 
curtailing some other subjects In her cur- 
riculum. 

She has long been Immensely keen on 
singing, as well. As a young child she con- 
sidered It a great treat to be allowed to 
•listen to vocal concerts on the radio set 
Installed In the royal nursery One of her 
disappointments In recent years has been 
that ofTlclal duties, together with her in- 
tensified education, have prevented her 
from taking up singing more seriously. 



particular, has her patronage— the Prtn- 
cess Margaret Rose Hospital, Edinburgh. 
From quite an early age she was also ex- 
pected to set aside pan of her weekly 
pocket money for charities, and today 
more than thirty benevolent organizations 
figure on her regular donations lUt. 
fiOClAL SERVICE I?fTER£.ST8 

She is patron of the Union of Girls' 
Schools for SoclM Service, vice-patron of 
the Royal Albert School and the Scottish 
Children's League, and president of the 
Dr Bamardo's Helpers' League. 

Her time dtfilng the last few months 
has been Increasingly taken up with the 
preparations for her forthcoming visit to 
Australia and New Zealand, with the 
King and Queen. The tour will emphasize 
the fact that Her Royal Highness is now 
a public figure In her own right, and Is 
not Just an understudy for her sister. It 
will separate the two Princesses for a 



longer time than ever before, for Princess 
Elisabeth is to remain In England, where 
she will be a member of the Council of 
State set up to function In the King's ab- 
sence. 

The South African tour of the Royal 
family, early last year, whetted Prlnceu 
Margaret's appetite for overseas travel, 
and she Is diligently studying all the ma- 
terial she can find about the great com- 
monwealth "down under " 

Her eighteenth birthday finds her 
emerging from girlhood Into young 
womanhood At the tame time she Is as- 
suming to a much greater degree the 
responsibilities destined for her ever since 
her parents became King and Quren 

August 21 wUI be a momentous day in 
her life, and the many congratulations 
coming to her will be a measure of the 
world-wide aflectlon and respect which 
she has already earned 



When Msrgaret was ten. 



But ahe does delight her parents and 
guests, by sometimes singing solos at In- 
timate Utile family gatherings. The 
Christmas .pantomimes presented at 
Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle 
have given Her Royal Highness oppor- 
tunities to display her vocal talents before 
bigger gatherings. In "CindereUa" she 
played the part of Prince FTorlael. 

Hospitals have the special Interest of 
Her Royal Hlgness. One Institution. In 



the United States Buy the Suez Canal? 



By 

L. W, PHELPS-ORIN 



be examined In I9M by the League of Na- 
tions or some other body, "provided the 
Egyptian army should be competent to 
lake over " British protected and Trench 
administered, on Egy{)tian territory, the 
Sues Canal has all the elements of the 
eternal triangle. 

DISPLAYS or POWER 

Much water has flowed under Suez's 
bridges since the treaty was signed. Above 
all. world affalra are no longer predictable 
"one way or the other.’* There was a sen- 
sation in Port Said recently when Ameri- 
can Navy units appeared en -route to 
Mediterranean manoeuvres. There was 
another murmur when seven UB.S.R. 
slramen sailed south in a string, like 
chorus ballerinas training for stardom. 
American ships are currently eretUrg 
new heights on Sues graphs, but Russia 
la fast making up the tonnage weight !ofl 
by Japan. 

At the same Ume, the International 
significance of the zone has shrunk. 
Sixty years before the canal was built, 
Napoleon considered It a gateway of 
world domlnauon. In two wars the Ger- 
man! believed Sues was the one vital spot 
from -which western democracy could be 
mortally wounded. Britain disproved the 
Sues legend when she began to route her 
war convoys to India 10.500 miles around 
the Cape. Then come the atom bomb. Sue« 
la obviously one of the most vulnerable 
targets In atomic warfare, and the Anal 
prop fell from under the Suez argument. 

WORLD IN RANflOM 

7\>day the "Ditch of Destiny’* becomes 
Just another ditch with a question mark 
Egyptian politicians have been toying for 
years with the idea of taking over and 
controlling Suez, and perhaps holding the 
world to ransom at Its gates. The M-yeor 
conceulon originally granted to Ferdln- 
ond de Leaseps expires In 1968. and the 
canal then becomes the property of the 
Egyptian Government. 

Twenty years is a long time ahead, 
however, and the proapect of American 
capital may lengChen the lease 

'There's a lively chance, too. that the 
United NaUoru organisation might one 
day take over the canal eone. and ntn It 
on a non-profit co-operative basis. 
There's alM a lowering oltemaUve pros- 
pect that. If Egypt straddled the 8u«s 
ConoL a eelf-govemlgg PaieeUne might 
build a by -pass canal, wtder and deeper 
than Suet, direct from the Mediterranean 
alongside the Holy Land to the Gulf of 
Akoba With modem escavatlng equip- 
ment such a project might take only three 
or four years. 



An lotematlonally- published com- 
mentator on world affaire. L. W. 
Phelps-Orlan recently visited the 
Middle East and Inquired clpeely into 
Hues Canal problems. 

HREB years ago the Suez Canal was 
j[ the world's heftiest, hardesl-hltUng 
waterway, a pugilist of sinewy 
transports heading east to the Pacific and 
battleships steaming west to help finish 
the war. Today It again assumes unex- 
pected international algnlflcance, particu- 
larly coupled with report! from New York 
that the United States U negotiating for 
the purcha.w of a substantial sharehold- 
ing In the Suez Canal Company 
A flavor of nearby danger, disruption 
and rivalry pervades the Canal -l^ne 
.... a hot 'dash of challenge seasoned 
by the hard fact that hundreds more 
United States ships are employing the 
Caffal route Yet. In the clubs of Ismatlla. 
the green- fringed administration town 
haffvtiy down the canal, there's on at- 
mo^ihere of desultory negligence and no 
one claims they smell anything bumtr.g. 

BRITAIN HOLDS ON 
Under the whirring fans, waited on by 
obsequious while-robed Egyptians, French 
oOlelals and young English subaltents 
amiably play snooker The British have 
left Cairo and Palestine but they haven’t 
left Suet 

In (act, Britain still stands astride Suez. 
The RAF runways at Abboaalah and El 
Kantara, branding the depert with tar- 
mac. are landmarks of British prestige 
So. one might say, is the inceaaant flow 
of ships continuously in transit through 
the 106-mile waterway, purpoaeiy. 
methodic, evenly-spaced as goods on some 
great conveyer belt. By consent of the 
nations the British assumed responsibility 
for the defence of the canal zone after 
World War I. and canal traffic returns 
prove that Britain is still the Canal's 
single largest user. 

The strange factor, tied up with the 
new short-dealing dlacuszlona, U that 
Britain has agreed to quit the Canal 
Zone Hence the nip In the Suet olr 
Nothing remains but to settle the details 
Tha promise was originally established 
under the Anglo-EgypUon Tret^ of 19M 
when (al Britain recognlaed Egypt's 
•overelgn independence and Egypt recog- 
nized Britain's “special hiteraste* in Uie 
Bun Bont and (bi Britain undertook to 
evacuate the Euei tone save for a pre- 
ecrlbed maximum of 10,000 ln)ope and 200 
planes subject to relnforcetnenU in cose 
of war Under the Treaty, the neoeea l ty 
of a British force In the canal eone is to 



If the potential Akaba waterway la 
sufficiently deep and wide, In (act, there's 
even a risk that Suez will become ob- 
solescent and fall Into comparative disuse 
before the 99 years have fully expired. 
Only 45 feet deep and 70 yards broad, the 
present canal cannot be navigated by 
the largest liners and battleships. Even 
(he passage of 20.000-ton vessels is en- 
sured only by continuous and expensive 
dredging and deepening, eo rapidly does 
the channel allt up In the heavy currents. 
One ship has to tie op to allow a second 



to pass, and the passage In any case takes 
thirteen hours at the maximum permit- 
ted speed of SV^ knots. > 

OWNERSHIP IN DOl'BT 
Hard cash from Britain, the United 
States or. even Soviet Russia might thus 
be available for Akaba Yet there’s an- 
other complication. To this day. no one 
knows who really owns the Suez Canal 
and there exists no undisputed list of the 
actual shareholders, shorn of nominees 
and other disguises. 

Despite the swidespreod Idea that the 
canal Is mainly controlled by Britain both 



in hard cash and in virile khaki visitors 
gain a different Idea when they call at the 
austere offices of the CampagnW Unlver- 
selle du Canal MarUme de Suez In the 
Rue d'Aslorg in Paris. The British Govern- 
ment possesses 44 per cent of the shares 
but ranks as only one shareholder. As 
such, It is enUUed to only ten votes, out 
of many hundreds, when matters of 
policy are voted on. 

It has been suggested that blocks of 
shores might be turned over to tke Do- 
minions, thus increasing total voting 
power. But Britain Is also outnumbered 
on the board of 32 directors. 'There are 19 
French. 10 British, two Egyptian and one 
Dutch, and only three of Brltaln't ten 
offiically represent the British Govern- 
ment, the other seven being nominees of 
oil and shipping Interests. Dividends are 
subsequently pocketed by British. Trench. 
Dutch and American shareholders. 

TRANSFER OF SHARKS 

Yet who arc the shareholders? No one 
really knows The shares are bearer arrlpt 
and con be transferred to anyone. Several 
hundred Investors hold blocks of 36 or 
more, entitling them to attend the annual 
shareholders' meetings. Some are 
nominees repreaenllng insurance and 
mining companies, and It Is asserted that 
the UBBR. holds sufficient shares to re- 
coup her In dividends for duet exacted 



from forty or fifty Soviet ships every 
year. 

While secret Investments have tangled 
the alluatlon, poel-war Italy, alao. In- 
tends to pursue the claim of the Italian 
Negrelll family to a subslanltol part of the 
shoreholdnlg, based on the fact that one 
of the original engineers of Suez was 
wrongly omitted from the foundation 
document. Doubt in Suez shares is re- 
flected In current prices, now down to 
$460 from a peak of $1,000 ten years ago, 

Bo what price the Suez eltuatlon? 

Weighing all the pros and cons, the 
territorial owners of Suez remain on the 
horns of a dilemma At one time the 
Egyptian Government approved a pro- 
posed 32-year extension of the concession 
which would ensure a higher proportion 
of profits for Egypt, and the Egyptian 
General Assembly threw the plan ool. A 
$120,000,000 loan at nominal interest — or 
cake today and cake in the futurs — has 
also been raised, discussed and dropped. 
Prance has hinted at a fresh Trench- 
Egyptian concession with split profits. 
Britain has suggested an Aogk>-Egypttan 
concession, with the blue-prints for an 
altamaUve rival canal ostentatiously 
flourished In the background 

Should the Canal be run internation- 
ally? Bristling with complications, Suez is 
perhaps the authentic riddle of the 
Sphinx. 



The Great and the Small 



Too Tiny for the Naked Ey 



N ew YORK iNANAi.-Have you ever 
seen a smile 1-I6th of on Inch wide, 
aside from the one on the boas' face 
when you tell a Joke? Augmst T, Crabtree 
has carved in zrood many a anUe of that 
width as port of the 1.040 miniature figuros 
on the 15 ship models which he has built 
at hla home here. 

Thai Crabtree's anoU figures run into 
such big figures, oamerlcally. mokes his 
ship coUection the only om of Its kind in 
Amtfieo. he believes. Most model-ship 
bufidsTs, he points out. do not attempt lo 
pot in the detailed work that he has Crab- 
ti^’i hand earvlngs / epresent 22 yeaxa of 
work. 

The ships, zrhlch lUostrate the evolution 
oC water tronsportoUon from the primitive 
raft of the Neanderthal man to the 19th 
century Britannia, have such Intricate de- 
taO that much can be seen only through 
s magBlfylng gloss, which Crabtree pro- 
vtdm. 

Borne blocks and pulleys used on HU 
ngglAgs are so small that Crabtree hod to 



use a chisel 1-aoOOth of an Inch wide to 
carve them, and yet they ore workable. 
The nymphs, cherubs, roma mermaids, 
gorgoyias and other figures which bedeck 
many of the ships’ bows and after decks 
are so minute that the naked eye eon 
barely see the faces. But the magnifying 
gloss shows that Crabtree has not only 
carved -featuros, but has given the (oceo 
exp r es sio ns of gladness, sorrow or puaU- 
ment. 

Crabtree's Includes modeU of the first 
raft and first dugout known to man. the 
latter dating bock about 40/100 years, an 
Egyptian sea-gotne veeael of 1$M B C.. Che 
Roman groin ship on which Bt Tool voy- 
aged. the Mora of Wliham the Conqosror 
and Ootumbos' Santa Marla. 

Crabtree admitted that Us most proAt- 
sble models have been ones zrhleh did not 
embrace the wealth of detail In hU prised 
ships These were models he mode for 
such movies os 'Reap (he WUd Wind“ end 
"That Hamilton Wenntn ** 



Johti Merrsy. «g«d thrve, of Hsrrow. MiddleMS. knows h« hsa a good champion in hia 
Of*st Dane, Enrh of (.adymaadt, wmiMr of many pnt«a and a competitor in the recent 

Rkhmortd Championatiip Show. , 




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THE DAILY COI.ON'IST. VICTORIA, B C, SCNDAV. AVGCST 15, 1948 



The March 
Of Science 



I —By THOMAS R. HKNRY ' 

tScMM* K«rtb 4»«rtc*ii 4)IUnc«i 

MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY. Cal. 
-^tart are eacaplnc from the Milky Way 
galaxy, nrst evidence of Ihla waa pre- 
•ented before (he American AalronomlcaJ 
Society by Dr Jacob Naasau. of the War* 
oer Swaaey Obaervatory In Cleveland. 

Dr Naasau and Dr O. B Van Albada. of 
the observatory stafT, (old of obaervatluoa 
outward from the aun toward the edge of 
thla laolated 1.000, 000.0(X}>atar aggregation 
of which the aolar aystem la a part with 
the aid of newly -developed photographic 
fllma extremely aenalUve to Invisible In- 
frar<Kl light. The dlatanoe la about 30.00U 
light years— or the distance traversed by 
light moving at 108.000 miles a second In 
•0,000 years. 

They oooeenlrated their obaervatloni on 
about three square degrees of the sky In 
the entire vault of the heavens there are 
about 148.000 square degrees. Their most 
remarkable finding waa that of about 700 
M stars. M per eent of which never had 
been detected before, tendmg to concen- 
trate along the M.OOO-llght-year limit. 
These are large, relatively cold, red start. 
One of them would All approximately the 
orbit of the planet Mercury around the 
aun. Their surface temperatures are only 
about half that of the sun. 

At best such stars would be only faintly 
luminous with visible light Their ehlel 
emlaalon Is infrared which could not be 
picked up on photographic plates hitherto 
available They might be compared. It 
waa pointed out to a row of red lanterns 
bung around the border of the galaxy, be- 
yond which there is only empty space for 
about 1.000,000 light years. Across this 
gulf lie other galaxies comparable in slse 
to the Milky Way aggregation. 

The mnet remarkable And, however, was 
that of two stars These are very coot red 
atari which must be enormously large 
compared even with M stars, because their 
total Infrared emlaalon Is about 10.000 
times that of the sun. They may have 
diameters of billions of miles, rating with 
(he superglants of the universe. Up to now 
they have been considered about the 
rarest objects In the heavens Only about 
90 ever have been recorded With their 
total Infrared emission known, however. 
It Is possible to give a fair eatlmau of 
their distance. 

One of those found by Dr. Naasau waa 
toes than M.OOO light years away. The 
second, however, was at a far greater dis- 
tance— possibly as much as 40.000 light 
years ‘Hils Is about the limit of the Cleve- 
land telescope. This would Indicate, he 
said, that it to very likely a lone star tn 
igMce which la some unknown way has 
escaped the galaxy of which It onet was 
a part. ^ 

the bUUon or aaore stars, Inclodlng the 
•an. are held together in a concentrated 
/ontem by luppoeedly unbreakable chains 
eg gravity. All have Independent motions 
eg their own through spe^. averaging 
about 10 miles a escond. ^though vtlod- 
toes as high as Mq oiUes a sMond. / 



Chartwell Manor; The Home of Mr. Churchill 



W ALKING In the footsteps of the 
great U one of this Bummer's popu- 
lar pastimes. And It's happening 
because the owners of more than 1,000 
gardens in England and Wales are sharing 
the beauties of their flowers and trees with 
the public so as to provide pensions for 
elderly Queen's Institute nurses. 

Por the cost of one shlUlng It has been 
possible to saunter in the buttercup 
meadows of Magna Charts Island and to 
Imagine King John sailing up the willow- 
fringed Thames tn 1215 to give grudging 
signature to the Charta which laid the 
corner-stones of our present Parliament 
and democracy 

At Newport Pagnell. Bucklnghamihire. 
visitors have enjoyed the same floral vistas 
in Oayhurst as did the conspirators hatch- 
ing the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. 

CHARTWELL NtANOR 
But the greatest experience has been the 
pilgrimage to Chartwell Manor, the home 
of Mr Winston Churchill, amid the oaks 
and yews of Westerham. Kent. 500 feet 
above sea level. 

Mr Churchill went out for the day. and 
the lypewiiiers tn the rooms of the manor 
facing the tree-arcaded lane remained 
silent, so that admirers of Britain’s great- 
est leader could walk reverently in hto 
haunts by the blue campanulas near the 
goldfish pond. They took pictures of their 
babies on the terrace, with Its 50 miles' 
view over the Kentish hills; they admired 
his very proficient feat of bricklaying 
which produced the a^ls enclosing the 
raspberries and cabbages of the kitchen 
garden; they peered through the windows 
of the mellow red-bricked manor at Mr 
ChurcbUl's paintings. 

The scene was as typically English as the 
great leader himself Mr Churchill's prise 
herd of cows chewed away the hours in 
valley below the hill on which Chart- 
well Mary>r rtsMb 

The moorhens darted unconcernedly 
among the water lUlec oq the chaplet of 
lakes dug out by Mr Churchill for hto fa- 
mous black swans; his bees busied them- 
eelvet among the flowers of the lime tree 
overhanging the stone-waMed roae garden 
A MODCrr NOME 

During the war someone asked Mr. 
Churchill which of the battle's hardship* 
he felt most Re answered: '‘Being unable 
to go down to Weeterham." 

At that tipe the German press was de- 
scribing Chartwell as one of Mr Church- 
ill's three ''luxury castles. ” 

But we who paid our shillings at the 
front gate* this month saw it to be a mod- 
set wlsierla-and-mafnolla-coverwd horn* 
ot Rv* reception rooma, 19 bed r ooms and 
dreealng rooms and eight bathrooms, eet 
tn BO acre* of gras* and woodland. 

Though one room to thought to have as- 
•octntlofu with the reign of Henry VUL 
Mr ChurchlD InhertUd very Utile from 
the past when he bought Chartsretl SB 
years ago Use house had been onocc^ 
pled for SO years and had Uttto in Us 
but Us natural eelting among ancient yew 
trees 

Today this famous borne, wtileh win 



ever be a national heritage because a 
group of Mr. ChurchlU's admirers have 
bought It for the National Trust, is of out- 
standing beauty It U so because of Mr 
Churchill's passion for what he has de- 
Krlbed as “mucking about." 

When he was a subaltern, Mr. Church- 
ill's father gave him blunt advice not to 
become a social wastrel but always to be 
"up and doing." Everywhere Chartwell 
shows evidence of ihe heeding of this ad- 
vice. "You must lake a photograph of 
that," said one American visitor to an- 
other as we hailed by the sweet peas in 
the kitchen garden before a sandstone 
tablet on the red brick wall, with the 
simple inscription 

"The greater part of this wall was buUt 
between the years 1925 and *1932 by Win- 
ston with his own hands." 

To the practised eye It was good work 
the mortar Joints were even, and the levels 
were true 

WALLS OF BRICK 

Nearby a more ambitious example of 
Mr. Churchill's bricklaying was to be seen 
in the three-bedroomed house he super- 
vised and helped to build himself In 1930 
For this achievement he became a tem- 
porary member of the Amalgamated 
Union of Building Trades Workers. 

As well as building, the Indefatigable 
Mr Churchill has also harnessed the small 
stream which ruiu from the bank, on 
which Chartwell Manor to built, down to 
the lakes at the bottom of the hill 

First the stream has been captured to 
form a pond crowded with fat red goldfish, 
then it Is released to tumble down a series 
of steps to an open-air swimming pool, 
which U floodlit at night by tamps in an 
adjacent oak tree After that It gushes 
through the grass to the famous Chart- 
well lakes dug out by Mr. ChuirhiU him- 
self. 

Mr. Churchill has always been Inter- 
ested in Ash. and one of hto three oil 
paintings hung In this year's Royal Acad- 
emy was called "Gnldflah Pool, Chart- 
well." 

Butterflies are another, of his hobbles, 
and hto collection, started while he, was s 
prisoner during the Boer War. to still at 
Chartwell Visitors to his home this month 
stayed long studying the glass case of 
specimens in the small Bummer house by 
the yew-hedged hard tennis court 

Just before the war Mr Churchill made 
arrangements to start a sanctuary for the 
rare swaUow-UB butterfly, which to no- 
where to be Been but tn the Norfolk 
Broods. To entice the butterflies to lUy 
at Chartwell. he planted wUd carrot, cam- 
pion. nettle and dock along the banks of 
bto stream for the young eaterpUlars tn 
their early day*. 

CHURCmiX GARDEN 

As well as for bero-wonhtpptng, many 
visitors were «lad of this opportnnAy ot 
seeing Mr ChurchUt'a garden tn order to 
compare the profress of hto plants with 
their own. 

1 sat on a peen wooden seat ta the 
orchard with the white etover at my feet, 
and looked over at Chartwell. perched on 
the hUl like the keep of a casUe The 
Churchill standard hung tdly on lu 8ag- 



poie, pink valerian bloomed on the 
manor's stone ramparts, scarlet popples 
flowered prodigally in the lavender 
hedges. 

It was comforting to know that the 
coming apple crop was poor also at Chart- 
well. and that the sUinlas were as back- 
ward as those in the cottage gardexu 
But Mr ChurchlU's raspberries and 
strawberries were far finer than average 
crops elsewhere, and melons were abun- 
dant in the small greenhouse 
Then we looked into the cold frames by 
the greenhouse and saw the solanums 
that will be a mass of orange berries at 
Christmastime for decorations in the 
house 

We were just as free and easy in the 
rose garden We smelt the bush roses. 



marvelled at the .sire of the delphiniums, 
and determined to mix gladioli with our 
snapdragon plants next year 
And then we passed the pink flowering 
clematis, entwined with the white Jas- 
mine. Into the Marlborough toggle look- 
ing out on to the Chartwell lakes, and 
realised once more the Churchill tradition 
of national service 

Around the walls was the family saga 
painted by Mr ChurrhlU's nephew, Mr 
John Churchill. In 1934 
There were represented the battles of 
the Duke of Marlborough — Blenheim. 
Malpiaquet. Ramllllet and Oudenarde 
There were paintings of the duke himself, 
ol Barah. hU wile, of Queen Anne and 
Eugene 

Inspired, we walked on to the terrace, 
and wondered whether Mr Churchill sat 



BETTY ROSAMOND 

IN THS LONDON DAILt MAIL 

on the garden chairs around ue. and 
whether the perambulator outside Ih* 
front door belonged to Mary Churchill's 
baby aon. 

Bllasfully people lounged in the garden 
chairs, and when a Ane rain came up the 
valley they still lounged, regardless of grU 
ting wet They were In contact with 
greatness 

Westerham is a pruud town. Here was 
born in 1737. General Wolfe, who died 
flghllng at Quebec to bring Canada into 
the Brltlah Empire Mr John Bowles 
Learmonl. of Montreal, bought Wolfes 
birthplace near the ancient church for 
presentation to the Nationaj Trust, and 
every week a steady stream of overva* 
and local visitors makes )U pilgrimage 

Proudly we salute two oi Britain s great 
sons. 



Arab Women Acquire New Freedoms 



N ew YORK iNANA' » Throughout 
the Arab world— Syria. Egypt. Le- 
banon, Iraq. Palestine and TYans- 
Jordan- -women have adopted the "New 
LocA" In fashions and a "New Outlook" 
on the important roles they now All in 
ctvlJ life and hope to take over soon (o 
the political world 

Mrs. Alice Kandaleft Coema, of Syria, 
a member of the United Nation's aecre- 
tarlat, says that about the only right her 
countrywomen do not enjoy is pollUcal 
suffrage, and she is optlmUUc about this. 

"The Arab countries signed the United 
Nations' agreement to re>cogniie the legal 
and pollUcal status of woman." she said, 
"and the opposite sex has not offered any 
objecuon to this plan so far." 

In line with this, the Arab Woman's 
NaUonai League, which Mrs Cosma 
helped to organise several years ago to 
help the women study political and eco- 
nomic problems, has asked Arab leaden 
not only for the right to vote but for the 
"right to -be voted for and elected to of- 



hce ' Mrs Cosma (eels that once ihe 
Middle East crisis clears up. this plea will 
receive favorable attention. 

EDlXAriON ArttPTED 

In tge meantime. Arab women are get- 
ting ready to step into more Important 
rrries by applying themselves to study. 

All our universities are co-ed. ' Mrs 
Cosma pointed out 'Our women are 
training for careers in medicine, law. 
nursing and teaching They're anxious to 
•how the men what they can do Because 
of this they someUmes are more success- 
ful than men in business " 

Arab women began coming Into their 
own after the close of the First World 
War. following 500 years of tooelgn rule 
Their place in life was assured by Moslem 
relifioDs law- ' educstlon Is the duty o( 
every man and woman '-and by tradlUnn. 

Between the 7th and 12ih centurlea, the 
Arabs produced some career girls and 
women scholars who could hold their own 
even in 1940 TTiese were women like 



Italian Masonry Still Banned 



R ome INANAI.-Tbe fate of lUlian 
Free Masons bangs in the balance 
these days Under the new consU- 
tuUon of the republic. Article lA all secret 
societies ar* declared unlawful Under 
Italian law, masonry to an lUcgal organl- 
tauon. 

To Premier Alride de Oasperl the prob- 
tom Is small but annoying. He recofnlae* 
the InlemaUonal character of Masonry 
and to asrare of its strength In the United 
Btatas and Britain. He knows that the 
ruilcn branch to not any longer the sub- 
venlve. so m ewhat slniater anti-clertcal 
movement It was tn th* early 1900's 
tn 192B. Mussolini went aboat the Job of 
demolishing Masonry with hto usual subtle 
tardea. Re ordered squads ai Fascist 
toughs to break tnto Masonic lodge* and 
d«*troy evarythtng they found. The 



Masons were alarmed, all the mor* so as 
their leader. Domlxin Torrigianl, had sent 
a telegram to Mussolini a year before, say- 
ing "Excellency In the arudous duties to 
which you have been called, every national 
group must support you. that you may 
undertake the task to the gloiy of our 
country ' 

Protaets of loyalty did the Masons no 
good, especially as Mussolini's Mcret police 
claimed to have poeseasion of records 
showing that the Masons were only pre- 
tending loyalty while secretly working 
against Fasetom 

After tbe war there was a reviver of 
Masonic orders, particularly m Naples, a 
ftronghoid of the movement American 
Masons showed Interest m belplof the re- 
establiahmeni But thefb are powerful 
force* intent on supprrastrvg the fraternity 



Khadeeja. who operated a caravan trad- 
ing between Arabia and Damascus — no 
easy Job in those days for a member of the 
so-cal)ed weaker sex and NafUah. who 
lectured on religious law and awarded di- 
plomas to the leading male scholars of her 
time With this heritage Arab women of 
today are having little trouble in remind- 
ing men that they are equals. 

"In a way we had no feminist move- 
ment In the Arab world." Mrs Cosma r*- 
called, “Because there was no masculln* 
opposition. In fact the history of th* 
Arab woman movement can be traced 
back to men reformers like Kassem Amin, 
who died in 190B. after writing "Th# 
Emancipation of Woman. " Unlike our 
Western sUten. we have had h*tp. noi 
hindrance, from men " 

EQUAL PAYMENT 

One thing that puxxles Mr*. Cosma 
about progressive women In other coun- 
tries is that they had to fight to seenr* 
equal pay for equal work “This has al- 
ways been taken foe granted at home.* 
she said "If you can do a Job Just as well 
as a man ean. why should you earn le«s7’* 

In ■ddltlon to having equal status with 
men when It comes to careers, Arab 
women have some very definite rights in 
marriage Islamic law gives them full in- 
dependence and liberty In disposing of 
their property An Arab woman ran com- 
bine a career and marriage and be assured 
(hat her income and earnings are hers-^ 
her huri>and cannot claim any share Not 
only to a woman free to choose her own 
husband, bat she can. If It to written Into 
the marriage contract, divorce him 

''People have very odd Ideas about mar- 
riage customs In the East.' Mrs. Cosma 
said, "but our women are well protected. 
A father who forces hto daughter Into 
marriage to eonddered a criminal The 
marriage eoniract even Insure* the wife 
of flnaricial support In caee of a dlvoreg. 
In fact, a man cannot even die without 
leaving adequate provtolon for his wife 
and children because the law seyt that he 
may only dlspoee of 'one-third of hto prop^ 
evty' — the reet most go lo hto family* 



This is ih* house that CArmen built, with the builder and Joyce Grainger doing aomc 
preliminarr work on the garden 



_ . -w'. *• , . Jti 

Thia ia the family in which all the women ride motor bikes. Mme Msttei was Australia's 
first woman motor eyeJiat, daughter Carmen la the founder of the Victorian Women's 
Cycle Club, and her sister Ray will Join the chib as soon as she turns li. 



Thu 11 the fsrsge lhal Carmen it buiiding during week-enda. 



The House That Carmen Built 



A BLIGHT, dark-haired Australlao 
girl buUt the clubhouse of th* Vic- 
torian WoRien’a Motor Cycle Club 
Note the word "built." It doesn’t mean 
that Carmen Lodge merely drew up Uy 
plans, or hired the builders, or gave a 
helping hand with the paintmg and 

and her own two small hands, Carmen 
Lodge built the walls, and roofed, floored 
and lined the four-roomed weatherboard 
bungalow that has become the clubhouse 
Carmen to president and founder of the 
elub, which corutots of about a dosen 
Melbourne girls whose idea of bltoi to to 
have handlebars under their hands and a 
racing track ahead. Two years ago the 
girls wanted a clubhouse, but hadn't much 
hope of getting one during the housing 
shortage. Bo Carmen set to work to build 
one. 

Bhe bought a block of land m the busn 
at Mt. Evelyn, a country town 20 miles 
from Melbourne, and cleared and fenced 
tt herself, 

BOUGHT A BUNGALOW 
Then she bought a prefabricated bunga- 
low for CIO. bricked it up. tnelaiied a 
wood stove, built shelves and Other 
kitchen equipment and added a small 
pantry. 

Nest she bought a bus body, which she 



By MARGARET LAWRENCE 

pushed against the side of the klteheiu despatch branch of a city motor flrsn Her 



and converted into a bedroom. The bus 
seats became bunk-beds, the driver • 
compartment became a built-in wardrobe 
and eupboard 

-■ ^lE-TBntrTFr .r.mi 

Commission sales, and buying 10 shilling 
lots of wood, which she carted 4o her 
property in a car and trailer. From these 
she built and lined a 13 ft. by 14 fu 
lounge-room, with two windows made 
from the front windows of the bus, and a 
big open fireplace 

"1 ^dn't make the chimney myssir." t 
Carmen hasterto to explain. “That was 
prefabricated. But I put it up myself^ 
twice. I'm afraid That was the hardest 
Job of ah — or perhaps preventing the floor 
boards curling up harder^r altering the 
bus' flat roof to a slanting one. I'm not 
sure. Oh. and I had help with the poet- 
holes and the tank. Nothing else " 

"Bometimes 1 got stuck, but then I'd se^ 
a man building a house and I'd go up and 
ask him what I should do. and hto ad- 
vice usually seemed to work." 

WAGES FOR WORK 

Carmen earned most of the money to 
pay for the materials by working In the 



non -union building hours were 4 am. to 
12 pm. on Saturdays and Bundaya 
Her fastest job ot work was the log 
tool-shed. Bhe cut the Umber and put tn 

the light of two hurricane lamp*, and 
finished the walls and root by Bunday 
night 

Bhe made most of the clubhouse furni- 
ture — dressing table, couch, handy col- 
lapsible tables and chair*— from packing 

cases. 

Chie day she was out driving when sne 
passed a lamb lying half dead by the 
roadside She picked It up and nursed It 
back to health. Its wool provided the 
stuffing for the sofa cushions. 

The lamb becami a sheep and event- 
ually died Carmen skinned it. and made 
two sheepskin rugs for the bedroom 
Housebuilding to only a sideline with 
Carmen. Her first love to motor cycle rid- 
ing Bhe Inherited this hobby from lier 
mother, who claims to have been Aus- 
tralia's first woman motor cyclist, and still 
rides a cycle around her farm. Two of 
Carmen's sisters also ride Leona to the 
club's aoeiai secretary, while Ray to only 
waiting unUl she turns 18 to Join the club 
Carmen's most hectic experience waa a 



ride from Melbourne. Adelaide, and back 
il.ibO miles) with fetlow club-member 
June Harris. They ran into pouring rain 
while riding at night along the Great 
Ocean Road, a scenic highway that twuu 
along the top of high cliffs on Victoria's 
south-west coast A chivalrous male gave 

cycle 

over a eUfl. cycle and rider finishing up in 
a tree half way down. 

Carmen took over the cycle and flntohcd 
th* trip In pouring rain, without breaks 
or Iighu. Only the sight of the white 
waves breaking on the rocks far below 
told her when ahe was near the end ot 
the cliff 

Her ambition to to break the motor bike 
record from Perth lo Adelaide, a 1,700 
mile Journey, most of it acroo* waterleM 
deserts that are seldom crotsed even by 
car. 

Another ambition to to take part in 
motor bike racea, from which women are 
at present barred. One of her proudest 
poasesalons to the certificate testifying 
that she came through a particularly 
hecUc 30 mile reliability trial staged by a 
Melbourne motor cycle elub. She and her 
passenger got through water splashes, 
sand above the Exhaust pipes and the 
other hasarda, finishing well ahead of 
most of the male competitors. 









AuAiralUr OtfirUI erv«l<M 



This n ib€ girl who built s bouAe— C*rm*n Lodgi. Au*tr*lui‘t Icadinx womsn moior 

cyclist. 



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Doing Things 



a Lump of Clay 



By JOHN MacLEAN 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY. AUGUST 15, 1948 



A BRlOHT-rYED. modtsi lltUe 
womAn In SaAnlch !• capturlnt 
Aninuii Thty can never tecepe but 
they don't mind. 

Worktnc with dentUU' Inetrumenti. ptd 
parlni knJvM. vegeuble icoope end other 
kitchen implemenu, Mre. V. M Moree. 
SAAnleh RoAd. turne AnlmAle Into life-like 

only Are the flfumtee omAmeniAl they 
Are ueefui aj well Under her hAntb they 
become ealt Aod pepper shAkers, flower 
ring! And A«h troyi. 

Her intersfi in modeling etArted two 
yeAre Ago and Already her frlendc can't 
find enough pralee to heap upon her re> 
•ulu. 

THOKt; UlMKNSIONg 
Other aru helped her eucceie with the 
elay medium. Previous to her interest In 
modeling, the was an accomplished artist 
and her home is decorated with many 
appealing water-colors, for a while she 
worked with wool, forming animals and 
figures But now she has found the art she 
bkes — a more dlfllcult art in many ways 
She explains, that depth In drawing or 
painting Is Implied With elay however, 
the third dimension u really there and 
must be handled earefuliy. 

Olve Mn. Morse a lump of clay and in 
one hour you will see a love bird, a cougar, 
bear, ash tray or flower ring But this is 
not the beginning 

first comes the preparation of the clay 
Mrs Morse prefers to use a mixture ot 
local clay from Mount Douglas, blending it 
with China elay and MedaJta clay. After 
digging, the local clay must be thoroughly 
dried on top of the kitchen stove because 
strangely enough wet day wUl not mU 
with water Then the three clays are com- 
bined and mixed thoroughly with water 
Into a thick soup. 

After the soup U strained and the water 
Is allowed to evaporate, the clay Is placed 
aside to gain the right conalstency. When 
It won't atlck to fingers but Is pliable. It li 
ready lo work ^ 

OIAGE If FORMED 
The first part of the image is formed 
with fingers and kitchen and modeling 
knives very quickly— in an hour. After it 
has been worked into shape It Is allowed 
to harden. Then the figure Is given more 
detail and allowed to harden again 
Next the animal is hollowed With 
kitchen vegetable acoopa. clay Is removed 
from the body. To do this a trap door is 
removed from the back of the figure After 
hollowing is complete, except for the 
Itmb.n. the door ts replaced and smoothed 
until It again forms part of the figurt. 

If the Image was placed In the baking 
oven In this condition It would explode, 
probably breaking other pieces In the 
oven 

To avoid this, a very small holt must be 
drilled inU) Che piece to equalize temiiera- , 
ture and pressure. , 

GOEg TO BAKING 5 

The image Is now dried until leather ^ 
tough. The final touches of detail are ^ 
added and the image is given lU first ^ 
baking lo become a "biscuit " ' 

Although patters usually apply water 
before the "blaruit” stage to make ^he ^ 
tlay amooth, Mrs Morse avoids this be- * 
aause the would loose valuable detail ^ 

The final stage again makes use of Mrs ^ 
Morse's artistic training Using glazes 
from England she colors her animals „ 
warmly and realistically After the glaze 
le applied the image is given Its final bak- y 
mg I 

USING THE MOl.ns U 

for salt and pepper shakers, the nicthod 1> 
is a little dlfTerent These must be the 
same size To accomplish this. Mrs Morse 
ases a plaster of parts mold When the « 
elay mixture is in the soup stage, it is p 
pouiwd Into the mold and allowed to dry t! 



A/ur imsge bscoiM. Usther-hard. Mrs. MorM deftly sddi tmishing touches with den- 
nst 1 instruments. The tegs will nest be thinned down to shape. Lege must remain thick 
until cUf becomw stiff or image wUl buckle After this ktage comes^e sppHctnon of 
head, baking model to "biscuit ” Then colored glasei from England are applied and 
image le baked once more giving it a high glossy protective covering. 



Surrounded by does, ducks, colts and a bear made Into useful household srticlee such sa 
ash trayt, eelt and pepper shakera, Mra. Morse holds her (avorita piecs. a lithe cougar 



long enough to fonn s city skin strong 
enough to hold together when the two 
hslves of the mold are aepAratod. The 
mold used for this merely gives a rough 
suggesUon of the type of anfmai 
Fur insUnce the mold of duck salt and 
pepper shakers does not give eharacter- 
istlcs of any specified breed By adding 
and sublTAcUni clay here and there and 



by the use of different colored glaxes, Mrs 
Morse U able to Cum out a Mallard or a 
Canvasback at will. 

tt Is hard to imagine the flgurettos by 
Mrs. Morse were mad# from clay They 
have everything but the brea^ of life 
and yet they live When friends praise, 
Mrs. Morse u silent, but she likes them 
too. 



Wasp Waist in Fall Wardrobe 
If Milady Has Paris Style 



P ARIS 'NANA I. —The Fall Paris fash- 
ions seaiton opened today with an ex- 
quishe showing by Marcel Rochaa. 
who claims to have invented "Gay Pierre. " 
and who has offered a wasp-waisl that 
will make milady give up not only her 
before-dinner Martini but also the olive. 
Highlights of this collection were the IS- 
Inch waistline smd dainty collars, cuffi 
and skirls 

Most collars on coaU, suits and after- 
noon and cocktail dresses were of the 
stgnd-up highwayman type, with long 
fly-away poinU at the front Cuffs on 
three-quarter sleeves were similarly de- 
siRned 

Skirts on afternoon dresses were, for the 
most partt cut on the bias, with unpressed 
centre pieau from low yokes at the back. 
For occasions of more gaiety, R<'>chas fea- 
tured a light apron-front skirt, fluted up 
the centre back and worn over a contrast- 
ing color sunray underskirt 

PAI>l>|N(i I.S OIT 

One striking feature about the sleeves 
was that Rochas used almost no ahouldei 
padding Costa were all of the blanket 
type, either belted or hanging loose One 



smart navy blue cape In wool was shown 
with a wide Inverted pleat from a high 
yoke In a red. blue and white plaid 
In colors, favorites seemed lo be shades 
of mauve and grey. Hls favorite fabnes 
for evening dresses were taffeta and stiff 
brocaded satin. , 

There were no tailored suits in this 
house All were high htp-lengtb and flar- 
ing from a liny wautltne. These Jarkels 
were worn with straight tight skirts, eome 
of which were buttoned up the side for at 
lea.it a foot. 

Rochas also favored tight bolero Jackets 
with sleeves which fit snugly over off- 
shoulder afternoon dresses He said that 
he loves hips, and certainly he has gone 
all out to prove this 
Many evening and afternoon dresses 
were draped acrou the stomach to finish 
In a large bow at the centre of the back 
One cocktail dress had a kangaroo- pouch 
front as well as a bow at the back 
ThLi designer Insisted that he Is not out 
to be sensational this season, but to make 
clothes beautiful, elegant and youihful. 
Most of the erlUcA agreed that he suc- 
ceeded In doing exactly that 



Nettled in flowers, this ftwn In • flowei nng it s credit to patience and art Mra. Morse 
collects animal picturea and makes frequent trips to the park where she pho« irapha and 
sketchea detail. Previoni to working with clay, Mra. Mora* was an accemplishad artist. 
Later aha waa introduced to modeling by a friend and now wouldn't leave it for anything. 

Loot of Notorious Buccaneer 
Still Hidden After 120 Years 



Recording That Played for a Fortune 



By PETER PAVIS 



i i T GIVE and bequeath . aald 
I John Magnesa into the micro- 
phone Juat 20 years ago an 
American oil magnate made a codicil to 
hls will by a phonograph record and so 
launched one of the slranfett lawsuits on 
record 

Two attendant lawyers set their signa- 
ture to a document declaring that they 
had heard John Magneu speaking Into 
the microphone and that they recognised 
the voice on the record as hls. 

"That's grand, then. ' said the magnate 



What a xurprliie my niece. Adelaide, will 
get when nhe finds I have lefi her nearly 
everything And a hat a well-deaerved 
shock for my other relatives when they 
find that by this codicil my projierty Is 
no longer divided between them I" 
SURPRISE ON RECORD 
Eventually on hls death, the next-of- 
kln heard Magness' wilt being read, and 
beamed with pleasure to learn that each 
had been left 112,000 to $16,000 Then the 
lawyer's manner grew still more serious 
To this wUI. however, there Is a codicil 



Devil Plagues Publicity Plan 



By RAY FALK 

T OKIO (By Alrmaill. - The Japanr.%e 
publicity boys are lo a little Jam 
The movie prwas agents were trying 
to outdo Hollywood and landed in the 
arms of the police. 

A few weeks ago "The Rasnn Edge ' 
opened at the Imperial Theatre To drum 
up traoe during tne hot Summer days the 
publicity boys sent razor blades to Japan i 
top political and Industrial leaden. Includ- 
ing Prime Minister Hlioahl Ashlda and bu 
Cabinet 

Remembering the' prewar dayt when 
boc-headed young mlUtarUU mailed abort 
twords and Hara-Kiri Invitations to peace- 
Ifvtng Japonew louden, aomc CabtnH 
members became apprfhenMvt over the 
vtaoitcltod raoor btadM 
Lam woek the drum beaten were af it 
*«am T^its time they made many a fam- 



ily tremble in their supenUtiouj boou 
The malls were flooded with notoa reading. 
*Come to the Nlchigekl > a Toklo theatre) 
in 46 hours the devil will visit at night.” 
The latter U the UUe of a new Japanese 
film 

One of the tetton wu received by the 
family of Viscount Takagl. father-in-law 
of Prince Mlkasa. brother of Emperor 
Htrohito. The letter arrived shortly after 
the Viscount dlnappeared. leaving behind 
a suicide note The Takagts and other 
famlllea, thoroughly frightened, rushed 
the let ten to the police and asked "for 
protection from the deaU " 

Police today announced that they art 
Investigating the advertialnf campaign, 
and that arrests will be made fnr disturb 
Ing the. peace and mailing thrvaienint 
letlera 

Dmplle the heat, both theatres in 
Jammed 



made by phonograph record.' he sn- 
oounced gravely "it revokes gU the 

earlier cor>dlUons but you will hear It 

for yourselves'" 

The record was played and the tones of 
the dead man boomed through the room 
The lUteners sat appalled Into every In- 
flection of hls voice John Magiiess had 
contrived to InsUll cjlUelsm Adelaide 
M*kttesj shook with sobs as she nailaed 
how her uncle's prank affected every be- 
loved figure round her. 

"U's too much." she cried Too much* 

I don't want hls money!” 

And It wu true enough The share of 
hls fortune which Magnets had be- 
queathed her on paper was ample for her 
needs 

"Let me see that record!" said Adelaide 
quietly, llie next instant she had dashed 
It to fragments on the floor 

' The master record Is In existence, and 
ihat U all the law will require." remarked 
the lawyer quietly 

TO DUST AND ASHES 
Alu for John Magneea and hls plans! 
When the lawyer went to the recording 
studio next morning he found nothing but 
blackened ruins The record factosy had 
been burned down that very night, and 
the master dtac had been destroyed 
At first It wu alleged that the studios 
had been deliberately fired by someone 
who loet by the terms of the codicil In 
the Magnus'. wUL 

Then a ease wu begun to decide ihat 
Adelaide should receive practically the 
whole of her uncle's fOftune— against her 
wishut The sou failed 
The Magnees* wiate wu divided ac- 
cording to the oiiglnal terms Adelaide 
wu happy and the relatives were ttappy. 

Never wu a record smashed to belter 
purpose I 



P ORT ARTHUR. Tex. (UPl.— After 
120 years, residents of the Oulf 
Cnut area sttll are trying to ferret 
out the truth In the mysterious and ro- 
mantic career of Jean Lafltte. 

Tales of burled treasure left behind by 
the notorious pirate who preyed on ship- 
pine In the Oulf of Mexico In the early 
pari of the lut century still are current 
along the Texas coast 
But there Is little evidence that such 
treuure exista It u known only that a 
tremendnua amount of loot wu taken In 
Lafltt.es plunder and that none of It ever 
has been found 

The pirate’s favorlle retreat Is uid to 
have been Lake Rabine When ships of the 
United States Navy were hot on hls trail, 
he (led Into the lake and soon loet hU 
pursuers 

fiTARTH KMUGGLING 
Born lo France, the buccaneer came lo 
New Orleans and learned the blacksmith's 
trade But he soon became bored with the 
workingman's life, and he and hls brother 
Pierre organized extensive smuggling 
operations along the Louisiana cout. 

They soon developed Into • thorn In the 
flesh of British and American authorltlu 



During the War of 1612. the British 
offered Lafltte a pardon if he would join 
forces with them against the United 
8utes-~and aanlhllation If he didn’t 

Bo Indignant wu Lafltte that he, with 
some difficulty, went Into the fight on the 
side of the Americans History credits him 
and hls crew of pirates with having been 
helpful In the American cause 
PIRACY RESUMED 

After the war. the colorful buccaneer 
resumed hls career of piracy, with head- 
quarters on Oalveston Island. 

Indications are that lie preyed Indis- 
criminately or\ gulf shipping, eyeing the 
loot a ship cnntalned rather that the flag 
she flew 

Spurred to action by the pirate chief- 
tain's depredations. United Statoa batlle- 
shipe stormed hls stronghold In 1820 He 
and hls men sought refuge In Yucatan, 
where he died six years later 

But aonicwhere. along hls trail of ro- 
mance and adventure, he must have left 
tremendous wealth >- in Oalveston Bay. 
around Lake Bablnt or along the Louisi- 
ana cout. 

Perhaps some day It will be found. 



Bare Essentials on the Beach 
Causing Stir Among Italians 



By NORMAN MONTRLUER 

R oms (UP>. — What's wrong with 
a two-piere bathing suit on a 
shapely girt?, the Italian public 
wants to know And why is a atrmpleu, 
bart-ihoulder Bummer dress a thing to 
•con^. they also uk. 

About 95 per cent of ZUJy's newapapert 
and most of the nsUon's beachgoers are 
aroused over the matter It Is the hottut 
poUtlcaJ potato the Oovernment hu 
caught since last Aprii'i eleetkm defut 
of the Communists. 

The Oovernment staited tt by pasalrtg 
the word that the mentioned Bummer 
modes were "tndecenl ” The police sttrrsd 
it up by enforcing the law The public 
took U up from there. 

The qoeeUoa of pobik decency hu al- 
ways been a serious one in Rome It is s 
iradlUonaJ ehur^ nils thet women may 
not enter a, church without eoverlag Uietr 
heads, wearing stockings and having kmg 
sleeves. 

ROMANS LIKE COMPORT 
But Romans, accustomed to frying six 
days a week to the capHaJa oven-like 



Bommer heat, have long been among the 
first to get down to the bare assenliais on 
the beaches. Bare shoulder frocks have 
been adopted for the same reason. 

When the Oovernment’s quiet 
"moraUty ' campaign began, there wu no 
public notice But the fact couldn't be 
hidden for kmg. The arrest of aoanUly- 
clad damseU on the Octla and Frtgene 
beaehee near Rome, and the fining of a 
dancer to Naples for walking down the 
street in a cun colt, aroused the cham- 
pions of Bummsr stylu 
The ministry of tnUrtor got most of the 
blame. Newsmen found that an order to 
aU police reminded them of ezisUng lave 
prohibiting the weailng of "indecent" eoe- 
titmee In public placu 

"BLIP" iriTB BANNED 
The order this year carried two rUtera. 
however One outlawed the "slip" or "trl- 
angje" bethlng euU fashion, mads popular 
by the Prcoch. Another said that police 
should also prevent the wearing of any 
coeteme which 'may be eonsldered 
scanty " That’s where the two-piece beth- 
lng suit and the bare-shouldered drue 
dispute came up- 



Yukon Yarns 
and Legends 

I L By ARTHUR C. HINTON^ 

II happened Just after Bummer had 
eome to the Yukon 

At first aU the animals found that the 
heal wu very oppressive, and it took sumo 
urns for them to get used to It. 

CAie early Summer day. lung, long ago, 
when the we . p ■ 

(fee*, ana me na ve 
were buctlng around the young wild flow- 
eri in the woods, an old mi^ose pushed hls 
way through the spruce trees of* a canyon 
to wade In the water of the Yukon River. 
He wanted to escape from the files and 
the mosquitoes which tormented him. 
The moose wu quite old. for he had been 
one of the first of his kind to experience 
the Yukon Bummer after the long ice and 
snow age 

Wading deep Into the nver he reached 
a depth where hU whole b<>dy wu sub* 
merged except hu neck and head The 
sun wu hot, the water wu cool and re- 
freshing. while a soft south wind wu 
and Inclined to make him 
drowsy As he drowsed he nodded hu head 
for the massive antlers on hu head were 
heavy With each succeeding nod hU head 
xot nearer and nearer the water until his 
noM touched it 

At time a small greylmg fish came 
swimming along iookn.i for files on the 
<aaler. and .leemg the Up of the moose's 
nose under water, swam up to it and gave 
It a sharp nip with hU razor like teeth. 
Feeling the bite the old m<xise came back 
to reaUty with a violent start and he wu 
extremely angry. To think that a mite of 
a fish, a minnow, in fact, should have the 
nerve to duturb the rest and sleep of a 
mighty mooae He would show thu grey- 
llng the punUhment for such an offence, 
and the moose snorted with Indignation. 
He would place thU greyling on the high- 
est mountain peak where there wu not 
one single drop of water He would show 
this Impudent fish what would happen 
when such a mighty animal u he wu 
disturbed In hu slumbers. 

Bhovlng hU head well under the water, 
the moose picked up the greyling on the 
points of hU antlers and waded aahore. 
He looked around for the highest peak on 
the mountain range, and he saw what he 
wanted right ahead of him. It wu the 
highest mountain In the world On the 
top of this mountain the old moose deter- 
mined would be a suitable place to place 
this Impudent greyling He began the 
ascent and the climb wu hard It wu 
lUJi very hoi, and the files bothered him, 
but revenge wu sweet and drove the old 
moose to forget hU dimeuJues. Up the 
dusty trait he climbed and climbed wiih- 
out pausUig once to rest When he had 
reached the very top he droppi'd Un grey- 
llng and lay down to re*,t After the old 
moose had regained hU breath he told the 
fish that u there wu no water up on the 
mountain he would aoon dir 
The greyling wu not put out and 
laughed In the old lace. He told 

hu captor that he would not have iiie 
slightest difficulty In getting bark to 
water. The old moose thought that tins 
bout wu Just the result of flsiiful think- 
ing and paid no aiiention lo him A tuh 
wu not able to walk, and he couldn i 
Jump, and he couldn’t fly so how could 
he ever get bark to the river? 

The old moose did not know that the 
greyling wu a medicine mao in disguize. 
He did not know that a mertirlne man 
hu alt kinds of powers over land and 
water If the greytuig couldn't get to the 
water from the top of the mountain ha 
could make the water come to him 
• • • • 

As the fish lay on the dry rocks of the 
mountain top he made big medicine. He 
ordered all the clouds of the iky lo coma 
to the mountain Almost InsUntly the 
rlouds came and opened up. letting tor- 
rents of water pour down over the moun- 
tain and on the earth below. Storm after 
storm burst over the mountain and the 
old mooae could see nothing but a sheet 
of water in front of him. Down on tha 
earth the creeks and the rivers over- 
flowed their banU. The ^ukon River rf>sa 
higher and higher, but the storm showed 
no signs of abating. Boon the lower hills 
were all under water, and only the highest 
mountain in ail the world vu viiibla 
above the surface The storm Hill thun- 
dered In fury and the rain Increased its 
fury over the earth 

• • • • 

The old moose di^nbt know what to do 
against an this rain, and above the nolM 
of the storm he heard the taunting voice 
of the greyling He began to get frightened 
for hls great strength wu of no avail 
against the superior powers of a medicine 
man He tried to plead with the greyling 
but It wu of no use He tried to coax the 
fish but wu only laughed at In turn Tha 
rising water had by this time reached the 
knees of the old moose, soon It crept up 
over the moose's head and he drowttrd. 

Swimming along gaily under the sur- 
face the greyling noticed that the rain 
wu stUl pouring down with all the fury 
of a storm. Thunder and Uehtning cruhed 
out through the mountains, and even the 
greyling could hoar the roll of thunder 
under tha water. Chie vivid* stroke of 
lightning lit up the water so clearly that 
it almost struck the greying. He remem- 
barad suddenly that ha had forgotlen to * 
make medicine to stop the storm. No 
sooner had he done the act of making 
big medicine, which for a small Ash wu a 
bard thing to do. than the rain stopped 
and tha eun began to ahlne again 
The flood which had been brought 
about by the greyling In order to uva 
bimsatf had covered all the earth with 
water This is the reason why greyling in 
the creeks of the Yukon always ewlm 
away when a mooae eome down to drtnlL 
The big. big medicine men who hold their 
councils among the Northern Lights slso 
decided that after this flood that sD 
moose should grow a beard to prevent anik 
fUh from biting their noaee when they 
drank or aioaharad In tha drowsy days of 
a Tafctm aammsr. 








I 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. BC SUNDAY. AlTiLST 15. 1948 



National Housing 

A S«n*t oi QuaitioM »nd Anawtr* om 

Houm Fuuncwg «nd Conctructtoo 

Q. la the |>oitilnlofi Heiulnff Ael— I 
think It rajn« on* In lili— •till In op»r» 
UonT 

A No Some of the mortcaffe loana 
to house builders under the Oo- 
mlnloa Housing Act of 1935 are ■till out- 
standing. but otherwise It U Inoperative 
It was succeeded first by the National 
Houalr K Act of 1938 and. more recently 

' WHi. i nii ‘ H.fiiBmr k w . 

which. In amended form. Is the one now 
In force, 

Q. *n>e National Houaing Act talluk 
about “Btandard** rooms. Can you tel) me 
*hal this mcani? 

A Kor the purposes of the NaUorai 
Housing Act, a standard room is dehned 
as one of the following a living room a 
bedroom, a dining room or a kitchen. 

To build a house under the National 
Housing Act. I'm told 1 most haec an 
equity. What does this mean? 

A Equity means Uie down payment 
which you must be able to UiTest from 
your own resources In the house you In- 
tend to build You will note the phrase 
"from your own resources," In other 
words you may not meet your equity by 
means of a loan or other assistance of any 
kind, except In the case of ex-servlcetr.en 
who have a re-establlshment credit <In 
Ontario, enabling legislation has been 
passed under which the provincial govern- 
ment may lend up to 50 per cent of the 
required down payment to a maximum of 
$1350 on the aecurlty of a second mort- 
gage. Ed ) There are three ways of pro- 
viding your own payment, by cash, by 
land or by labor. Labor may be used as 
all or part of the down payment if you 
are a qualified building mechanic or 
craftsman and have already Included your 
own labor In the estimated cost of Uic 
bou.'ic. The value of your labor will, oi 
course, he assessed by Central Mortgage 
and Rousing Corporation, which ad- 
ministers the National Housing Act. 

i). I’ve Just fbund a bouse I'd like to 
buy. Can 1 get a National Housing Ael 
losn to finance U? 

A N H A Joint loans are made only tor 
the conatrucUon of a new house How- 
ever. you can stUl enjoy the benefits of 
the National Housing Act without build- 
ing your own home Where a house has 
been built for sale by a builder, you can 
make a down payment and assume he 
mortgage which the builder obtained to 
finance construction The terms would be 
similar to -those under which you would 
engage a contractor to build a house for 
you The same principle applies, of course, 
to the purchase of any house on which 
there la an existing NHA. mortgage. 

Q. I'm gulng to finance a house under 
Ihr National H<>uslng Act. Do I have U 
submit my pisns to anyone and, If so, 
what kind of plant are required? 

A Yes. you must submit plans to the 
lending instlluUon with which you are 
doing business. They. Itl turn, will send 
them to Central Mortgage and Housing 
Corporation for you And once a loan u 
approved, it is your respoiuiblllty to see 
that the house is buUl In accordance with 
the approved plans and specifications As 
to the type of plans, you are required to 
submit a dimensioned plo't plan, a plan of 
each floor, including basement, a plan of 
the attic space. If future Inatallatlons of 
rooms are intended; all elevations and a 
cross- section, all accurately drawn • 
scale of one-quarter of an inch equals 
one f'mt. 

Q When you buy a housv under tlir 
government's Integrated Housing Plan, 
to whom do you make your monthly pay- 
ments on principal and Interest? 

A As In the case of all National Housing 
Act Joint loans, payments are made to the 
approved lending Institution from which 
the builder obtained the loan 

Q. [>o you have to have two acres ol 
land in order to build a house under the 
National Homing Act? 

A. No You are thinking of the small 
holding.-- operations under the Veteran' 
Land Act Under the Natiunal Housing 
Act. the slxe of your lot Is determined by 
the slxe of the house you propose to build 
For Instance, a one-family dwelling 
must not cover nv>re than 33 per rent ni 
the area of an Inside lot and not more 
than 40 per cent of the area of a cornet 
lot. 



Planting Spring Cabbage Now 
Gives Crop of Early Greens 



O NE of the chief troubles In vegetable 
gardening la that U Is often difficult 
to keep In one's mind the necessiy 
of planning ahead for the lean months lo 
come. This Is particularly true at a time 
when gardens are yielding so much 
bounty, and have the appearance of being 
able to provide an almost endlesa aupply 

our most useful crops, particularly In the 
coastal area of British Columbia, can only 
be grown as a result of a little foresight 
and appropriate action, says R. M Adam- 
son. assistant < vegetable crops*. Dominion 
Experimental Station. Saanlchlun, BC. 

Spring cabbage Is an example of a crop 
which Is ready to use at a Ume when vege- 
tables fresh from the garden are scarce 
While the small, pointed heads, which are 
cut from late March to June, depending 
upon variety, season, soil and loratloh are 
the chief source of food, the outer leaves 
are frequently gathered and used, and 
some gardeners advance the season by 
planting a surplus for the purpoxe of cut- 
ting some of the plants before they have 
formed a head. 



A well-drained soil Is essential to permit 
.successful over-wintering of the plants 
And ridging or bedding up may be neces- 
sary If drainage Is restrteted. A warm ex- 
ptjsure will provide earlier heads than will 
a site which Is shaded or which slopes tu 
the north. A Ught, sandy loam of good 
tilth will also contribute to earUpess. (iood 

In addition, a supplemAitary side dressing 
uf ammonium nitrate at the rale of one 
ounce per H square feet at the beginning 
Ilf March will accelerate growth. 

Flower of Spring is a popular and reli- 
able variety. Seed Is sown In August In a 
cold frame or nursery bed The young 
seedlings are ready for transplanting to- 
wards the latter pan uf September, but 
the actual operation may vary somewhat 
according to the condition of the land. If 
the soil Is dry. planting should be delayed 
until after a good rain, unless water can 
be supplied conveniently when setting out 
the plants. The plants remain rather 
small and may be spaced somewhat more 
closely than Summer cabbage 



Clean Up the Berry Patch 
Soon As Last Fruit Picked 

w b ' I ' HtS Is the time lo clean up berry ^ sea.son. the plant* do 
I patches and get them In good chance to store food for 



w (.^^HtS Is the time to clean up berry 
I patches and get them In good 

shape for the Wlntii." *a>* Dr 
O. H Harris of the University of British 
Columbia Department of Horticulture Ac- 
cording to Dr. Harris, cultivation to gel 
rid of weeds is the most Important step 
in the after-harvest management of small 
fruits, and should commence as soon a.* 
the last berry is picked. Strawberry and 
raspberry patches are likely to become 
overrun with weeds if the plots are ne- 
glected at this Ume of the year and plenty 
of handpulUng, as well as machine quill* 
vating, is often necessary In order lo re- 
move weeds thoroughly. Elimination ol 
weeds is Important In conserving ntois- 
ture and also frees plant food needed to 
prepare the plants for colder weather 

STRAWBI-.RKV PAIIH 

Removing the tops of strawberries aftet 
bearing Is nut necessary unless the plants 
are badly diseased This, of course, (he 
grower must decide for himself, but Dr 
Harris points out that the leaves shade 
the soil and thus help to save moisture 
Further. If the leaves are cut off too early 



Seed, Fertilizer 
For Pastures 

With reallsaUon of feeding value of 
properly managed hay and pastures, 
grassland Improvement has become an 
objective of many Canadian farmers 
In a speech before a large audience of 
farmers at a grassland field day at Kemp- 
vllle. Onl., Professor N J. Thomas, soil 
specialist from the Ontarlu Agricultural 
College, urged farmers to make full use 
of their grassland area.s Fields too tough 
or atoney for crop rotation can be turned 
to profitable use by improving their pas- 
ture value For pastures in a run-down 
condlUun Profe*Aor Thomas recommended 
loosening the lop three Inches of the soli 
witli a *prlng-louUied harrow or disc, 
drilling the fertiliser In and seeding with 
A recommended pasture mixture 
Well-rsLabllshed pastures can be im- 
proved by Fall ferttlliation or top dreadng 
with phoafihated manure In moat Cana- 
dian loeallUe.v bast results are obiamed If 
fertllixer Is broadcast before the end ol 
September This provide,* plenty of Ume 
for It to be absorbed into the soil so that 
gra.H.*e.<( and clover* are in a healthy state 
of growth before frerzrup Furthermore, 
an adequate supply of plant food t* built 
up to give pastures a gix^d tart in Bprlna 
and carry them throughout the ira/liig 
reason 

According t'* the |itof*-.^Jir common 
(\asture ferllllter mixture* are 2-18-8 and 
3-18-8 These should be applied at the 
rale of 250 pounds per acre or more de- 
pending on the number of appllcatlnns 
and re.sult* desired 



Miniature Orchard in Backyard 

P ANNINCI. patl- DFAN HAU.IDAV 

enca and a lltU* i " . gTz ] 



P ANNING, patl- 
enca and a lltUa i 
e a r e and you | 
can have a miniature 
orchard In your ' ~ 

backyard even — . 

though It la fairly 

small. This Is pos- ^ ^ 

slble because a mini- ^ P ^ 

alure orchard can be ^ ^ iv 

developed which ^ 

takes almost no ^ ' 'ij ~ 

ground or air space y ^ 

To accomplish this U — 

however, one m u s i ‘ 

plant Espalier trees 
which are dwarf fniH 
trees trained Ilk* tSPAuit^ PP.UIT TRtES 

An Espalier fruil 

tree, for example — — 

can be planted and 
trained to grow fiat against the sunny 
side of a garage. Espalier fruit trees can 
also be used along fcncea. nr on a wall or 
IrellU « They are decorative, as well as 
fruitful, when planted In aeries between 
windows of a house or garage • 

Espalier f^t treea, in fact, are unueu- 
ally decorative plantings throughout the 
year, with their bright bloaeoms. gloaay 
foliage, highly colored fruits and Interest 
Ing trained conformations. 

These trees can be pufehased In many 
trained forms' from niirse^ee wbleh spe- 
aiallze in them. These Include hortaontai 



V V' 



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MEAR TREE 
TPAINED ON PENCE 

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In the *ea.son. the plant* do not have a 
chance lo store food for the Winter 
months. 

After picking Is completed, and before 
ihe middle of Augustf'Atrawberry plants 
.should be given a light dressing of ler- 
llUzer At the Unlveralty F%rra. 4-10-10. 
up to 500 pounds per acre, is generally 
used Ammonium aulphate, at 150 pounds 
per acre, is also suggested. The tune of 
appllcatloo depends oii the weather, as 
moisture is needed to make the plant fuou 
available, but the fertiliser should be ap- 
plied before the 15lh of August. This 
Summer ferlllUlng Is done to ensure that 
the plant! will be carried through the 
Winter In good condition 

THIN OUT CANES 

Raspberry canes should be thinned out 
as soon as harvesting Is over. Removal of 
old bearing canes lerves more space and 
moisture for the development of the 
young canes, and so leads to better fruit 
production In the following year All old 
bearing canes, and any weak young canes, 
should be cut off at the ground. The num- 
ber of canes tw be left for the Spring de- 
pends on the strength of the plants: 8 to 
10 canes per clump Is a good number for 
very vigorous growth, and 5 or 8 canes for 
weaker clump* This restriction ol num- 
bers Is of greater Importance as the plants 
grow older: young plants can slamd a cer- 
tain amount of over-bearing without 
showing serious effects. Late Summer cut- 
ting of old canes also reduces spread ol 
disease Canes that show signs of disease 
ehould be immediately hauled away and 
burned Actual pruning is delayed until 
early Spring -before the first of April— 
when the canes ghould be headed back to 
a height of five feet 

Observance of the above suggestions 
should result in strong plants (or next 
season 

Further informaiioo on this topic may 
be oblAliied from your Dletrlct Horticul- 
lurisl or from the Extension Departments 
University of British Columbia. Van- 
couver. 

How to Salvage 
Paint Brushes 

When a farmer atarU U) do a painting 
job around the (arm. as often as not he 
discovers that the old paint brush has de- 
veloped s decided kink with hard turned- 
up bnstles and Is unworkable 

Tn salvage stiff old brushe ivrakinR 
nvernlghl. preferably in lurpenline, is a 
well-known preliminary Gasoline Is also 
effective. After the old paint has been 
v)ftened, (t aliould be scraped off with a 
blunt knife or combed ou' wiih a steel 
romb or bru*h If the first soakliig falls 
to remove the paint, the process ran be 
repealed Shellac bru.’vhes slwuld be 
cleaned with alcohol, and whliewash and 
ralcimtne brushes with water 

After most of the arcumulatton has been 
removed, the brusli should be scrubbed In 
warm water vrlth a mild launory M^p-- 
never with a strong soap The axceas 
water should be shskeri out and the brush 
left tn dry. The brtatles should be straight- 
ened out with a scrub brush or comb be- 
fore completely dry. after which the brush 
should be wrapped -not too tightly -in 
heavy paper or cardboard to keep the 
bristles straight If (he bruah la dipped Id 
paint before being fully dried, the moisture 
will make the brush soft and listless 

When a brush Is being used every day. 
it should be filled with paint, and wrapped 
overnight tn several ihlekne.vea of paper 
or tuipendea In a can of water If uaed 
intermittently. It may be suspended In rai% 
ilnaeed oU oi kerosene If'^tored In tiir- 
jontlne. the brush is likely to become hard 



Dish for the Day 

_ _ ^ By THE CHEF ■ — 

saiVagi: mkat 

Meat prices being what they are. more 
and more of ua have come U) rely on the 
old hot or some olher form of sausage 
for a main cour.>e a couple of limes a 
week. I've b"cn doing jM>me experiment- 
ing with "the pup*.'' In an. effort to make 
them a bit mv>re glamorous and lift them 
out of the monotony class. Here are sume 
rrirs that have proved really noteworthy 
• p ! I • r over I I'"* flame 

wrap them In biscuit dough and bake 
them in the oven until crisp and golden* 
brown 

Pul pork sausages In a shallow pan and 
add boiling water barely to cover. Put in 
fairly hot oven and cook for 30 minutes, 
turning 'several lime* Drain i*ff the watei 
and heat sausages through on top of stove 
with plenty of guod. weU-seaaonod bar- 
becue sauce 

Remove frankfurters jTrom the casings 
and use the meat to stuff cored apples. 
Bake This Is much less greasy than the 
usual pork sausage meat employed In this 
manner 

Prick link sauMge* with a fork and pul 
them on the broiler rack, about 4 Inches 
below heating unit, with some canned, 
drained peach halves, cavity side up Put 
a bit of butter, some lemon Juice and pow- 
dered ginger In each cavity. Broil about 
10 minutes, turning the sausages at least 
onre. Serve wdth ahoestrlng potatoes, 
watercreai, and. of course, the broiled 
peach halves. 

Put a couple of broiled frankfurters Into 
"potatoes on the half shell’' — that Is. 
baked potatoes from which you have re- 
moved the centre. whlpped*lt with butter 
and cream and replaced It In the ahell to 
reheat Sprinkle grated cheese on top and 
brown quickly In the oven. 

Parboil some link sausages, drain, roil 
in fluur seasoned with a little saffron and 
saute gently to brown ail over In another 
pan cook a targe onion, chopped In three 
tablespoons of olive oil. with a mashed 
clove of garlic When yellow, add the 
sausages and two anchovy flllels. chopped 
fine. Season with salt and pepper, but In 
a baking dlah or casserole and pour over 
all about two cup# of dry Rhine wine 
Bake for 30 minutes In a moderate oven. 

Make sausage meat Into flat patties, 
saute and then serve sandwiched between 
slices of fried apple. Or make Into tiny 
balls and serve with spaghetti or noodles 

Chemical Cuts 
Potato Sprout 

Sprouting potatoes have always proven 
coatly to growers who store them over 
Winter for sale at higher Spring prlcas. 
Time and labor are consumed In removing 
sprouts. Even then potatoes weigh leas. 
Actual weight measurementa show that 
an average of nine pound* per buahel can 
be lost to sprouts. 

While most farmers plan to maintain 
their storage at a temperature low eiMugh 
so tubers will not sprout, this Is not often 
possible. Scientlstf have been working on 
this problem for some time and have de- 
veloped a chemical du*t winch will atop 
sprouting even If temperatures are too 
high or other storage conditions develop 
which promote sprout growth 

Known as ' Barsproul.' thu chemical 
acts like a hormone and U applied ajiy 
Ume after harvest or duruig esuly Winter 
It will maintain lU sprout inhibiting 
power well Into the Spring. It is claimed 
Since the dust should be applied on every 
tuber the entire bln would have to be 
moved if this is done after the poialoea 
have been plsred In storage Ingenious 
farmers, hoaever. have devised hoppers 
which sit over the chute leading to the 
bin As the potatoes roll towards the bln 
they receive a thorough dusting which re- 
quires s minimum of time and tabor 

Cost of treatment is approximately 12 
rents a bushel. There is no danger of food 
contamination a* (he rhemlral is not 
pnisonou* 

80 rfferllve ha* thi* rhemlral proven. 
larm'T* are *trnngly >dvi*ed agaln.si ap- 
plying It on poUloes whirh are to be used 
for .srrd Experience has shown this may 
.•<erjou.sly re<iu<r grrnilnaUon 



Hints for the 
Amateur 

Flower seed.' surh as panties, (orget- 
me-nots. Encllsh daisies and violaa may 
also be :,own now for flowering with next 
Spring s bulbs Some of U'«s i>i: ehnial 
flower sepda vuch aa those uf hollyhocks 
poppt* and 'weet wllUnms may also still 
be 'iwn 

Spray poison Ivy and ragweed with 
2. 4-D Set aside one spray gun (or this 
chemical since any traces that gel into 
other spray, mixtures will injure good 
plants 

Keep the Freedom garden producing. 
Sow early varieties of leltucf^ agam- 
Blto. Imperial 44. Great Lake^-for late 
fall salads. 



Lrwioed. standard trained, single cordoi. 
double cordon or treble cordon Espalier 
trained trras Include apple, pear. plum, 
peach, nectarine and apricot. 

Bomettmea Espalier trees planted in 
early Spring will bear fruit the tame year, 
but usually It la the second year AUhough 
Ihe trees art dwarfed, the fruit Is not 
being large and excellent In fleah and 
flavor 

Espalier Iraea. being dwarf In dse and 
fiat In shape against a wall or rtnee. are 
saxy to spray, thus making il pnaslblc to 
produce blemlah-frte fruit that U also 
easy to harvest. 



Dig and Divide Poppies Now 

D espite their naming beauty Dig the roots after a prolonged ra 
Oriental popples are not tempera- Use the spading fork rather than a spa 

«n/« »AX Uf* tKa Inno Spllfl* Prwtl* 



D espite their naming beauty 
Oriental popples are not tempera- 
mental They are quite hardy and 
free from disease and can always be de- 
pended upon to lend vivid color to a gar 
den 

They are dormant now and this month 
la the Ume to plant new roots, divide old 
clumpe. or propagate more plants by 
means of root cuttings. While this work 
can be done aa late as Heptember. It ti 
beet to do it now so that the roots can 
become eatabiished bafore Fail 
Old root* should be divided and reset 
every five or six yean In order to keep the 
plants vlforoiis and ths bloom at Its beet. 



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PLAN NO. 27 



Here it e house with a sweeping corner window in each room. Notice the 
kitchen-breakfast room arrangement. The covered area connecting the house 
and the double garage is another attraction. Low, end sprawled out in 
ranch-house fashion, it needs a roomy lot to do it justice Exterior walls 
are white, the roof it blue, and the low brick wall with flower trough is red. 

Remedy Unsightly Floor 
To Cheer Up Basement 



I N the average house - -probably your 
housa— there Is a large amount ol 
waste space In the basement While 
this part of your house Is mostly under- 
ground that Is no reason why it shouldn't 
be light and cheerful, dry. and thoroughly 
enjoyable Tn fact, the basement holds a 
variety of poastblllUes well worth build- 
ing up. 

Basement floors, usually made of a 
layer of concrete, often are eyesores and 
annoyance* They may be cracked, rough 
and dusty, damp, or uneven over the sur- 
face. All these unsightly conditions can be 
remedied by attention to exactly why they 
exist, and what to do If the floor is 
cracked, rough and dusty, or uneven and 
damp, the best thing to do Is to get U 
ready for a lopcoatlng of waterproof ce- 
ment If your basement is thoroughly dry 
you won't need waterproof cement 
WHY FLOORS CRACK 
Crack* In a concrete basement floor 
mean that the aoU under the floor, or the 
All upon which 11 wa* laid, has dropped 
away a bit. and the concrete ha* cracked 
a* a desuit of nonsupport. The concrete 
probably wa* of ■ too lean mixture In the 
flmt place But. anyway, having a cracked 
floor, test It with a lenglh of pipe to And 
the hollow sounding spots. Break up the 
floor at these spou. tenoek of! the edges 
and All the spot or spots In with a mixture 
of l-2-S concrete «1 cement--2 sand— 4 
gravel' Always dampen any surface be- 
fore applying concrete Smooth the top of 
the repaired spots with a trowel and lei 
them harden (or a week 
After the bad spots have been fixed up, 
the whole floor needs to be cleaned so the 
new lyrfBce of concrete will adhere 
thoroughly First, give the floor s treat- 
ment with a aoluuon of 1 part murlaUr 
acid and Hi parts of water This solution 
u bru.'hed around with a fibre brush for 
about ten minutes Then tiie floor la 
thoroughly washed of! with a hose 
Next comes a grout, which is a creamy 
mixture of cemeni and water, applied to 
the flour with a fibre brush. Immediately 
after this the 2-lnch topping of concrete 
goes on. This topping U best made of I 
part Portland cement. 1 part sharp, clean 
sand, and 2 parti gravel or crushed stone 
that will fall through a wire meah of one- 
quarter Inch openings. 

If the floor Itself has had a tendency to 
dampnc.*a from moisture underneath It. a 
layer of waterproof concrete Is recom- 
mended The concrete is spread on evenly 
and abou( two Inches thick Then It is 
raked slightly to be sure It Is well mixed 
and In thorough contact with the floor 



underneath. The next operation is the use 
of a wood float over the surface which 
packs It down evenly and brings the water 
to the surface. When the water begins lo 
dlsappesiT, then a steel trowel Is used to 
make a amooih even surface 

Several days should be allowed fur dry- 
ing or curing of the concrete. Wide boards' 
ran be laid over the top and walked on if 
necessary 

VARIETY or COVLRlNOfl 

Dry basement floors of concrete can be 
covered differently for various uses For 
Instance your basement recreation ro<«m 
or whatever you wish to call thl& extra 
living space In your house, does call ior 
an elastic floor covarlng that will take 
tough wear and at the same time respond 
to an occasional waxing. 

The last few years have seen the de- 
velopment of mastics, for (he laying of 
floors over concrete. Providing the flo<jr 
Isn't too damp, you can lay damp proof 
llmiteum or asphalt tile In a bed of this 
new masUe Just as easy a* laying carpel. 
Such ImprovemenU add to the value, 
comfort, and health of your h»>u*e Tliey 
prolong Ua life and Increase Its u.*efulness. 

The application of asphalt UIm. a* well 
as linoleum calls for. first of all, a dry con- 
crete floor at the time of laying If y'ur 
basement floor Is damp at some times of 
year, but does not get so damp that water 
actually ahowi on the surface, waterproof 
mastic under asphalt tiles, If laid when 
the floor is dry. will successfully check 
the* annoying dampness The way to know 
If the floor Is dry Is lo place a piece of 
linoleum on the floor and leave (or 24 
hours. If. after (hat. the underside of the 
linoleum is damp, the floor isn't 
thoroughly dry If the old floor la damp 
with this test, the thing to do is to give 
It a covering of waterproof grout and a 
layer of waterproof concrete, then lay the 
file* or linoleum after this new surface 
has thoroughly dried out Be sure to u*a 
the proper mastic as recommended by the 
flaring maker 

The mastic or cement furnished by Ihe 
manufacturer of the linoleum or asphalt 
tile you buy to lay on your fltxtr will vary 
somewhat in methods of application. 
But In general. It is merely the spreading 
on of a sticky substance in an even layer, 
a little at a Ume. and putting the floor 
covering on top of It. 

Other floor coverings suitabla for dry 
basement floors are hardwood, cork. Ula. 
rubber tUc. ceramic tiles, slate, and flag- 
stones. The last three floor coYertngs, 
howercr, are best laid In a rich cement 
rather than mastic. 



Be Alert for Iris Borer 



Dig the roots sfter a prolonged rain 
Use the spading fork rather than a spade 
Ut lift the long, fleshly, brittle roots by 
first loosening the aoU around ti etn. 

Divide the clump, and make sure that 
each dtvtflon ha* a good ernavn. 

Replant each root in a deeply prepared 
sunny spot in the perennial border Bet 
each root In an upright pnaltloo with the 
crown H to 1 inch below the soU level 
Firm the soil vrell so that even the low- 
est part of the root U In close contact 
with the soil. Water thoroughly and eorer 
the surface soU with a 1-lnch layer ol 
peal moes or leafmold M> prevent UiS aoU 
from hardening 



T he irU borer Is probably the most 
Injurious insect that attacks Iris, 
causing more damage to this popu- 
lar plant than all of Us other Insect foes 
combined. 

The Iris borer attacks pracUcaliy all 
kinds of iris. Including the Japanese and 
Siberian II Is common in planUngs in 
home gardens and the Injury u moat evi- 
dent during August 

There are several ways in which one 
can tell that borers are present. A plant 
may have leaves that are knee and rotted 
at the base, so that they can be eestly 
pulled off A rhlsone may be exposed 
shewing holes tn the top which the borers 
have made The leaves of the new growth 
may be small and pooriy dereloped. 

Ilia plants should be carefully watched 
ourlng the Bummer months tl theie Is 
any evidence that borers arc at w^irk. the 
pUnte should be dug up. the borers re- 
moved and destroyed, and the rhisone 
csu'efttUy reeet 



In fighting the iris borer a thorough 
cleanup of the garden late In ihe Fall ai>d 
again aarly in the Spring ts ss^nual. 
Since egg clusters are glued to dead leaves 
and other debrU. all poeslble garden trash 
should be removed and burned. 

Another method of control la to spray 
the iris foliage early In the Spring wlth«a 
stomach poison such as araenaU of lead. 
Many of the newly-hatched larvae will be 
killed by th* polsan when they crawl up 
the plants and chew holes In the sprayed 
Icevea. 



Marrows should be picked when about 
two-thirds grown to be at t^lr beat. Older 
marrows can be used for pies and the rind 
utlUsed (or preservee. 

Keep window boxes cultivated and 
watered regularly Pulvarued sheep man- 
ure watered Into the soil Aow wUl do the 
plants good 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B C„ SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, IQ4R 



Tragedy or Miracle^ 



A 



LL day long anuncU of tinging, of the 
piano, of the flute and the violin. 
iMued from the run-down old 
Harmaby manalon which had been leated 
to the Verdi School of Munlc The tounds 
h mutt be added, were mainly experl- 

I uUrr : li,/- r, 

WtHiia >■ 01 to tcowl or tlgh grimly. 

Sylvia Lawton tat on the plaao bench 
betide a very young pupil late one afier- 
noon. ’“One, two. three— om^. two, three 
A little fatter, Ro.vemary, The dance of the 
butterfllet take it like thlt." Sylvia 
played a (ew bare lightly 
Roaemary Sellera wrlgaled her plump 
little tK^dy. hesitated, then looked up at 
her teacher with round Inqulaltlve eyet 
**Wheret your diamond ring. Mitt Law- 
ton?" 

Sylvia, a young woman of iwenty-fmir. 
with cloudy hair and a mobile beauty of 
exprcstlnn In her dark blue eyet. ttarted 
She touched the vacant place on her left 
hand • I d »n't wear It every day." the said 
hastily, and a.uddenly looked while and 
tired. 

She beat lime with her hand Butter- 
fUet -butterflies.'* the repeated at Roae- 
mary't fingers tolled over the keyboard 
And all the while her mind repealed "I'vt 
realised for tome lime- that II Ish t quite 
fair to you . . . Better -to part now •* 
David’s voire, hit magic voice, saying 
those words last night! 

They had been engaged five years, 
would have been married four years ago 
if his father hadn't had that operation. 
Would have married last year if his bro- 
ther J»k had not died and left Klolse and 
the child. 

"There that’s over. ” exclaimed Rose- 
mary with relief "Do I hafta play Trau- 
merel? I Just went over It once, and there's 
only five minutes left •* 

•Yas. we d better start It." said Sylvia 
conscientiously. She sat rigidly beside the 
child, her hands clasped in her lap. but 
when the cacophony of sound broke forth 
under Rosemary's clumsy Angers, she 
offered no word of coriaetton. Her white 
eyelids closed over her burning violet eyes. 
Tired of her? Met some one else? Was it 
really the burden of his family? Couldn't 
he have married her before thU If he had 
really cared deeply? As deeply as she did? 

How different hla manner had been 
each time she had seen him lately — how 
dUtam last night! 

She tried to see him objectively Attrac- 
tive. chivalrous toward women, well 
thought of by the firm for which h« 
traveled, perhaps over conscientious 
about his family, but affectionate and 
gently humorous toward her. 

Happai Avel" announced Rosemary 
triumphantly. polnUng to the clock. Sylvia 
' did not make her Anlsh as she usually did. 
but helped her on with her coat, tied her 
scarf around her neck and saw her de- 
parL 

Anton Rappaporl was playing the violin 
In the next studio. The room became 
shadowy. The violin stopped suddenly 
and there was a tap on the folding doors 
between her studio and the next. She did 
not answer. In a few seconds the doors 
slid cautiously open and Anton's curly 
dark head came through, he peered about 
until he saw Sylvia. He stepped Into the 
room "Hellol So she Is not gone yei May 
I come In?" 

"Hello. Anton." said Sylvia languidly. 
Anton regarded her, head on one side 
Hu dark eyes gleamed shrewdly. "Silting 
here In the dark— something the mailer? 
Got a toothache?" He stretched out his 
arms, then let them fall "Poor chl-lld." 

She ran toward him. put her forehead 
on his shoulder. "Oh. Anton, bury me deep 
Put a stone over my head,'' she murmured. 

"One of the puplljs mothers been — er. 
raising you? When they come to me I talk 
very grand, and they go away thinking 
what a privilege that their children can 
take violin lessons from such an artist!" 
He patted her shoulders and made sooth- 
ing sounds. "There, llt-tle blr-rd. 

"No, nothing like that." She turned 
away, sought a chair and sat down In It 
If suddenly giddy. "Nothing like that It’ 
—something else." 

"Something else?" Anton's brows went 
•P Then he nodded his head ‘T know 
some man . . . 

"Right the Arst time How did 
guess? ' 

"You had a fight?" 

"Fight with David? No. we never quar- 
reled. That's what makes It ao awful— so 
hard to realise. We were so congenial, 
teemed to think alike -we were to have 
been married the year after I left the con- 
servatory; then he had to help his family 
And that has kept up Last year his bro- 
ther died and we had to postpone It again 
Yesterday- " she stopped 
"Go on What happened yesterday?" 

"He said he had come to the conclusion 
that It was no use being engaged any 
longer. He saw nothing ahead but more 
waiting " 

"Holy Marla, the man's discouraged!" 

She paused, then questioned dubiously. 
"Do you think ao?" 

"Of course. He Is thinking of you, little 
pigeon He doesn't want to keep you wait- 
ing until you art old and thinking of the 
cemetery He wants you to have Joy and 
Ufe while irou are young " 

Sylvia ahook her head "It I could be- 
llgve that! But sometimes things you 
don’t mean to reveal come from your 
manner It's not what people say. but Uje 
constraint or lack of life In their vqlcea. 
that tells you things.” 

■ He could be like that," said Ahton nod- 
ding his head energeUeally. "YVs. he 
srould act like that— su-ure!” 

"But be seemed to be holding something 
back— aomethlfg be didn't want to aay. 
Don't you aee Antonf" 

"I aee nothing but that your David haa 
been an idiot," he Insisted And I am go- 
ing H> cheer you up for Umlght anyhow 
Well have a |ood dinner at Depalma'i 
Some good food Tomorrow It won't look 
so black, maybe " 

"DePaima's? But David goes there 



A Short Story 
By MARY SCHUMANN 




"Corrlne Benson," mused Sylvia "So 
that's why she looked familiar Her pic- 
ture heads her column Tidbits of Town' tn 
the paper " She gave Anton a teasing 
glance "And what's between you two? 
Dont hold out on me The girl's In love 
with you!" 

He shook hla head "With an Imagina- 
tion like yours scenarios are possible I Mlu 
Dio. I don’t even know her." 

"The truth?” 

"Swear It Why?" 

T thought — well, she gave me an evU 

fl.iiire jii.st riMU Riid 1 i>.Mi»Klit vmu m'rt 
n. ',1*1..,. 



He helped her on with her coal, and 
they made an unhurried exit from the 
room. They paused In the corridor ahere 
the cashier had a booth, and Anton uiked 
about the weather while the cashier gave 
him some cigarettes from the ra.se 
Suddenly David was before Sylvia, a 
startled Are In hU brown even ‘ You are 
easily consoled. ” he said grimly 
She returned his gave with level ease 
"You are easily Aatlered " 

* Don't be cruel 1 ran see now that y«iu 
loo—” 

•T — cruel? Just a Utile remus — noi 



"You understand? No funny 
stuff from you and your boy 
- friend." 



•omeUmes." she protested T've heard 
him speak of it " 

"Well, wha-mt of It? Why shouldn't you 
go? And he won't be there tonlgh^!" He 
hurried to the hat tree, took down her 
coat and held It for her to put on. "Anti- 
pasto, spaghetti with meat balls — put 
your arms In— a nice salad — " 

"But I can’t. " she protested, obeying 
him. 

"And wine. Come along* We can talr 
and get It all straightened out whether 
this Is tragedy or a sweet miracle." 

"Miracle?" 

'Sure. Sometimes we are saved by a 
miracle from going on with things " 

Demurring and unwilling, he dragged 
her out of the Verdi studios and hailed a 
down town bus. He talked all the way In 
his hearty, dynamic voice, his speech 
punctuated by frequent laughter. 

The Italian restaurant lif the bauvement 
ot an office building was partitioned off 



with white lattice work on which grape- 
vines with artlAclal clusters of grapes 
were twined Small trees were lighted with 
bulbs shaped like lemons. Three musicians 
were playing "One Night of Love" and 
Italian waiters In black mohair coats hur- 
ried back and forth with trays and order 
pad.<i Few patrons had arrived, for It was 
early. 

The place began to All up A girl in a 
tweed suit and rust-colored beret swag- 
gered In alone, looked over the tables ap- 
praisingly. then to<Ac a seat In the corner 
where she could waleh the corridor. 

Idly Sylvia watched the girl. She looked 
vaguely familiar. Red hair, a Aeshy, force- 



ful fact, pouting lips, and brows plucked 
to a Ane llnd dver long greenish eyes The 
wralier offered her a menu, but she shook 
her head She caught Sylvia's Interested 
glance Her eyes widened in a stare that 
was suddenly cold and antagonistic. 

Anton lifted his glass of wine. "Salute. 
Sylvia" 

"Happy days, Anton ’* They touched 
glasses and drank 

Sylvia leaned forward "Don’t look Just 
yet, wait a minute. I'm curious about a 
red-haired girl sitting in the corner. Is it 
anyone you know?" 

"It's Coiinne Benson, sob sister for The 
Herald " 



Huh. that's easy lA*hy shouldn't a plain 
I4rl give a pretty one a dlr-rly look?" 

"Flatterer! Your wine u nice No- -no 
more Just now. for I have to telephone. 
Just remembered. You rushed me off ao 
that I didn't think about telephoning 
home They expect me for dinner." 

"What's your number?" 

"Chester J317 " 

He arose at once. "I'll telephone for you. 
There’s a booth in the hali " 

That's dear of you Just *say 111 be 
along In an hour or two" 

Her eyes wandered, magnitlxed by the 
hostile stare of the girl tn the comer 
Cnrlnne set down her glass and came to- 
ward her She sw’aggered In her slow pro- 
gress between the tables, stopped before 
Sylvia. 

■ I’ve been wondering why you're here." 
ahe said in voice of throaty sweetneas. but 
her eyes were hard and bright. 

"Why I'm here?" answered Sylvia, 
amazed. "Because I was Invited. 1 suppose. 
Why shouldn't I be? I don't understand ” 

"Oh. I guess you do-all right. You 
thought we might be here—" 

■ We?" 

"Just want to warn you not to pull any 
scene or you'll get the worst of It I can 
put something in "Tidbits" thai'U make 
you feel lower than the curbstone— I've 
done It before." 

Sylvia sat rigid, her delicate nostrils 
accirnful. W*hat was she driving at? 
"Thought— we -might be here?" Sudden 
comprehension succeeded her first be- 
wilderment. "Oh!" she said faintly. 

"You had your chance at him, and you 
lost him Let him alone now." 

The girl leaned closer Her voice was tn 
Sylvia's ears yet it sounded distant, far 
off. "You thought it was enough to be 
good looking yourself. You never thought 
a man would like to hear himself praised 
occasionally. 1 used that line on him and 
I had him Jumping through hoopa In no 
time at all." 

"How how nice!" 'answered Sylvia 
with a dry throat David Jumping through 
hoops! 

"You understand? No funny stuff from 
you and your boy friend to embarrass 
him " 

There was aomelhlng sinuous, magnetic, 
about the girl. Sylvia wanted to get up 
and cry. "So that's what happened Weil, 
lei's see how he treats you after you’ve 
loved him Ave years!" But she couldn't 
speak— couldn't speak at all. Putting one 
hand over her mouth, with the other sl}e 
waved Corlnne Benson Imperatively to- 
ward her seat 

Corlnne sauntered away, passing Anton 
on his return from the telephone 

"You have permission to eat with Mr. 
Anton Rappaporl," he said gaily. "Mother 
was very nice. She sounds like you. Sylvia. 

I told her I'd bring you home by eight, for 
I have a lesson at eight thirty at the 
studio . . , Why, what's the matter? You 
— " he stared at her 

"Anton," she babbled 'He— David— is 
coming here to meet that girl She Just 
told me You saw her coming from my 
table. She said he belongs to her now. 
And she thinks we came to make a acme. 
He‘IJ be here any minute." 

Suddenly Sylvia knew that David was 
there She didn't look, but she knew thai 
he had entered, hung up his hat and 
seated himself at the table with the re- 
porter 

Anton looked at her tenderly. "Mia 
cara, we will go now." 



r. Rome’s Renaissance Villas Survive the War 



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you 



OME The hills lurruundlng 

Rome have since Classical llme.-\ 
been the site of beautiful villas m 
which emperors and patricians lived dur- 
ing the Summer months to escape the heat 
of the capital It Is remarkable that most 
of the renaissance villas have been built 
over Roman remains and many of the 
Classical statues with which they were 
adorned were excavated from their own 
gardens or from Roman sites nearby. 

VILLA AT TIVOLI 

The Villa d'Este at Tivoli, ptjsslbly the 
most romantic and 'famous of them ail. 
is no exception to this rule. Wh'en In 15M 
Cardinal Ippollto d*Eite. ton of Lurreiia 
Borgia and the Duke of Ferrara, was made 
governor of Tivoli he stayed In the Pa'- 
azao Communale which had previously 
been a monastery constructed over Roman 
remains. 

It was not tong before the Cardinal, 
who was extremely wealthy and a great 
patron of the arts, was seized with the 
desire to transform his austere lodglng.^ 
into a villa and garden worthy of their 
beautiful site 

By tSffO the conversion of the bmldlng 
was complete, the old cloister had become 
a paved court and the whole building was 
transformed to provide two magnlAceut 
suites of rooms for reception purposes and 
for the private use of the Cardinal d Fste 
himself. Complete also by IMO was the 
preparation of the terrain for the garden 

It was about this time that the Cardioa; 
came to live more or leas permanently at 
the vtUa. He came a sick and disappointed 
man. Dltappointed in his aspiraUona to 
the Papacy and In his last diplomatic 
mission of France sick with the gout of 
which he eventually died in 1S7I. The last 
twelve years of his life were mainly de- 
voted to the completion and perfection ol 
the villa and garden. 



By GEORGINA WIKELEY 



Owing to the decline of the fortunes ol 
the House of d E.<>te during the 18th cen- 
tury. the villa and gardens fell Into decay; 
It was during this perlrxl that the statues 
were sold On the extinction of the mate 
line about the turn of the century, the 
villa passed by marriage to the Hup;- 
burgs. In wh<w possession It remained un- 
til It became Italian slat# property in 
IDiS 

ARMY HLAIHJLARTLR.S 

Rivals of the Villa d'Esie were the Villas 
of Frascati neighboring Alban hills. Owing 
to the German headquarters being ir- 
sltlled there at the lime of the Ha'lan 
armistice m IMS, and hi their proximity 
to the Anilo beachhead, this U no long r 
the ease as they have nearly all suffered 
seiinus war damage. 

The oldest of this group U the vllia 
Falconlere which was built between IMt 
and 1548 by Monalgnor Allessandro Ru- 
finl In 1.183 he sold It to Francesco Cwri, 
father of Beatrice, who rapidly became 
renowned for his cruelty even In this 
beautiful spot In the 17th century it wav 
bought by Allessandro Falconlerl who 
rhanged lU name and while it was in the 
possession of this family the villa was re- 
built and the gardens transformed by 
Borroniml. 

Uk* the Villa d*Bst«. the VlUa Falcon- 
lerl alto belonged to the emperor up to the 
1914-1918 war. In this case It was the 
Kaiser, who intended to convert Jt into 
a Germ^ academy During the last war 
It did In fact for a long period house Ger- 
man troops who have left behind them 
tfacea of their occupation In the form 
of 'Very barrack -room drawings on the 
walls of some of the bedrooms, and a 



diving board In the ljule Cypress-ringed 
lake in the garden, which is now dried up 
The neighboring villa of Mondragone 
presents a complete contrast to Villa 
Falconlerl both in its style and pre(>«m 
condition. It is an enormous place built 
by a courtier Cardinal which owing to lU 
bring a Jesuit school was not requisi- 
tioned by the Germans and therefore es- 
caped Allied bombing, though it was 
slightly damaged by gunAre during the 
Aghtlng Just prior to the liberation oi 
Rome. 

The villa was begun In 1573 by CardmsI 
Marco Sltlco Altemps. as the result of a 
suggestion of Pope Gregory XIII made 
while the latter was slaying with the 
Cardinal In the Villa Vecchla further 
down the hill The villa was bought in 
hits by Cardinal Briplo Borghese who 
with hts uncle Pope Paul V enlarged It 
and the ga^n, It remained In Uie 
posse.uion of the Rorgheae family until 
the foundatirm of the present college m 
I8U 

Betvsggn Mondragone and Villa Falcon- 
leii and tW.^roup of villas on' the other 
side of Fra-vratl. Ue two vlllu which be- 
long to the LancellotU family It was from 
one of these that the famous brigand oe 
CesarU attempted tn kidnyf Lurlen 
Buonaparte In 1817 and <mly succeeded in 
carrying away other members of the 
household by mistake The other villa 
which belonged to the Ptccolomtnl family 
In the lllh century, has been very badly 
damaged by bombing 

A PRfNCKLT HOME 
Outstanding among the vtuas grouped 
on the other side of FrascaU B the VUU 
Aidobrandlnl which belongs to the Prince 
of that name and was. until the out- 
break of war. his home. In common with 

I 

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most of the other villas of FrascaU U was 
requhvitloned by the Germans as part ol 
their headquarters and m consequence 
has suffered from bombing to the extent 
that It Is not at present habitable 
The land on which U stands was given 
by Pope Clement VIII to his favorite 
nephew Cardinal Plerro Aidobrandlnl. 
who built the villa on the site of an earlier 
one Clacomo della Porta was the archi- 
im and the villa which was b^un m 
1603 was completed two years earlier. 

The present decline of Villa Aldobraii- 
dim Is nothing tn comparls<jn with the 
tragedy of the Villa Torlonla nearby . herv 
desolaUon reigns supreme In what must 
have been one of the loveliest villas. 

The house Is a roofless ruin and the 
beautiful terraces and staircases lie brok- 
en and overgrown in the few pools or 
water which are all that remain of the 
succession of fountains the peasants do 
their washing The bombs have blasteo 
the house right down into the cellar where 
the Germans have evidently made a bar 
decorated with fre.voes of German planes 
actively engaged In sinking British shM 
CARNATIONH AT H.Q. 

In complete contrast to the formaJIty 
of Frascati is the Borgheae villa by the 
sea. which has happily survived far woret 
pertis. for It itAnds between Anzio and 
Neltuno and was for months General 
Clark's headquarters 
The preaent owner of this roman Uc 
villa, Don Stsno Borgheae. is a very prucu- 
eal young man A aclentlAe farmer, he la 
also MperlmenUng with the growing of 
msM and camaUona in large quanUilea, 
If fucccaafal. may replace many of the 
Riviera flowers in the Roman markets 
Thus have aome of Italy’s famous vUlaa 
come through the war which threatened 
them with greater destruction than al- 
mool any other event In their long carver 



• What do you mean" " 

Corlnne had followed him. she laid her 
hand on hU arm poasessively "David! " 
He drew away with a movement of Im- 
patience and repealed. What do you 
mean?" ) 

You missed being told how wonderful 
you are,' answered Sylvia In a weaiy 
voice "You are Jumping thn>ugh hiwps 
for her Ask h8r — she told me ju.«.t now 
I'm ready. Anton " 

Not crying? asked Anu>n, an anxious 
note In his voice, when they were in the 
street 

"No. not crying '* 

They walled several minutes for a taxi 
to come along Anton slipped his arm 
through hers Hli merry face looked sud- 
denly lean and sorrowful in the dripping 
light "1 love you, Sylvia.” 

Yes. I know . and 1 love you " 

That kind!" He sighed "It does not 
sound right " 

She turned toward him passionately. 
"It's all I have to give a friends love'” 
Then in a gentler, penitent tone. ”Be 
thankful for it. Anton — that kind never 
hurts.” 

She sank back Into the comer of the 
taxi Suddenly, when the car began to 
move, her nerves ceased their aching She 
felt at peace, drained of emotion. 

We are two musicians." said Anton 
softly, ' Musicians understand one an- 
other," 

She reached over and laid her hand on 
his "You Off nice. Anton ao nice." ohe 
murmured 

"You can think about 4t. little pigeon 
Small place, two, three foomt Perhaps 
some day you will not feel so - so bruised. 
Perhaps this Is a miracle after all." 

"Too confused now to think' at all- you 
understand?” 

’’I understand " He lifted her hand to 
his lips. ”I could make more money- '■ 

A silence was wafted between them She 
closed her eyes. Not Anton-after David. 
8o clever, to kind, ao loyal- but the quick- 
ening something was not there Not Anton 
She peered oui of the window. Hard 
to see In this fog Yes, that's, our hou^e 
now . . . Good night, Anton. You’ve been 
lovely— thank you " 

He took her to the door “Good night 
dear," he whispered 

Oh. Sylvia," said Mrs Lawson on Syl- 
via's entrance. "David telephoned Just 
t'ow— I told him you’d be home soon.” 
Sylvia went on up the stairs So he hart 
telephoned almost Immediately? Had left 
Corlnne to call up? Warmth flowed 
through her A warmth which mounted 
and grew with the seconds 
She closed her door softly and Ughied 
the colonial lamp on the night Ubie. She 
stood undecided for a moment, then 
slowly undressed, got into bed and 
switched off the light. The vague happi- 
ness continued She meant to slay awake 
In expecUUon of David's calling again, 
but ahe had not slept at all the night be- 
fore, and ahe dropped off almost at once 
An hour or so later she awoke to realize 
the telephone was shrlillni on the stair 
landing She heard her mother answer 
and. In a moment. Up at her drx>r "Syl- 
via-asleep? Can you Ulk to David? He 
sold It's Important ' 
ril come down ” 

She ran around hunting her slippers 
and her dressing gown Her eyes sparkled 
and her lips curved in a amlle Everything 
would be all right now She would hear 
the Under Intonations of his voice which 
could move her heart to waUr and 
ecilaay, Ulling her . . . 

She picked up the receiver, tried to 
•peak calmly. Hello." 

•Syl?" 

"Yes." 

"Thank God I got you! I couldn't have 
slept otherwise. About last night. Syl. 1 
made a Urrlble mistake " 

"Last night?" 

"And tonight, too,” he added hastily. 
"You’re the only person— the only person 
- and I want you to kn^ It I want you 
for keeps- forever. Are you lUtenlng'’" 

She wrinkled her brows and held the 
receiver close to her ear How queer! Bhe 
did not feel ecstatic 
"Are you listening? " 

"Yes " 

■ May I come up and explain?” 

"Why no-o I've been In bed It's late." 
HU voice penlsUd. and the dismay and 
even repugnance which ahe had felt, In- 
creased "A fellow slips up sometimes. 1 
see everything clearly now. and I know—" 

• In a flash something vastly more impor- 
Unt was revealed to Sylvia 
••David.” she said In a curiously dlsllncl' 
and firm voice. "1 know wjrnethlng. loo 
It has Just come to me— jujt about a sec- 
ond ago— that I drm'l love you Not ai all 
Not it all " 

"You don't mean it You're just in a 
temper . . Let ipe come up tn see you 
It’s not so laU Sylvia, dearest, you 
"Ofxid-bye” She hung up the receiver 
and sar quite still It was over finished 
A chasm divided them forever David wwa ■ 
gone 

Yet strange as it was. the felicity she 
had felt an hour ago surged back Why 
was it? A nebulous cloud of Joy began to 
Uke form, clarify into an Image She sat 
there for several minutes until she was 
quite sure Then she lifted the rgcelver 
and dialed a number The telephone rang 
half a dozen Umea before there was an 
answer 
"Anton?" 

"Is that you. eweet?^ came Anton* 
voice, huaky, incredulous "Fve Just come 
in The phone was ringing" 

-Anton. I called I called." she he«j- 
taled. then her tone iteadled * I wonder 
If you'd like to take me to dinner at that 
same place tomorrow night?" 

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THE DAIEY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C 



SCNDAV. AUGUST 15. 1048 



Homes 



By 

J. K. NESBITT 



borne by Mr. /Ulen Cemeron, a lUUe 
nephew of the bride. Master Arnold Ray- 
mur acUnc as pace The ushers were 
Meaars. Chas. Loewen, Frank Hlgclns, 
Oeorge FoweU, E B Wootton, J E WBaon 
and H. B. Rogera 

“The bride was alUrcd In a becoming 
costume of white brocade, trimmed with 



T he story of David Williams Higgins 
U largely the story of early day jour- 
nalism In Victoria and of The Colo* 
mst. which this year Is marking Us MUi 
birthday, a record notable and unexcelled 
In newspaperdom In the far west of North 
America 

It was Higgins, who. to a great extent. 



years and saw it flmily on sturdy feel. 

Higgins is part of the history of Victoria 
and the h( 4 me stands on the eastern cor- 
ner of St Charles and Fort as one of the 
landmarks of the area. 

Once K was set in the midst of some 
acres and was called Regent’s Park. There 
Higgins for years lived the life of a coun- 
try gentleman, for the location was far 
out of town in the eighties, and Fort 
Street was known as the Cadboro Bay 
Road 

BORN IN HALIFAX 

Higgins was stubborn and determined, 
ij)d Annoying on many occasions he must 
have been, but underneath a brusque ex- 
terior was a kindly h^art arid soul, and he 
was a man who loved hl^ fellow men, even 
though at times he was apparently Impg- 
Uenl of people who were doubtless stupid 
HU life and works would cover a volume; 
BO It is that for this purpose the best sum- 
mary of hls career U to be f(^d in the 
•tory of early newspapers as told by Assis- 
tant Provincial Archivist Madge Wotfen- 
den, publUhed some years ago In The 
BrllUh Columbia Historical Quarterly and 
quoted here with Miss Wolfenden's per- 
mission. “David Williams Higgins is so 
prominent a figure In the early history of 
the Province that hU career need only be 
summarised here. He was bom of Engllsb 
parentage In Halifax. Nova BcuUa, In IBM. 
but was brought up and educated In 
Brooklyn, where he served an apprentlce- 
ahlp as a printer In 1U3 he emigrated 
to dJifornU and in ISM In San Fran- 
cisco. founded The Morning Call. 

JOINS THE COLONIST 

“Having disposed of thU paper, he was 
dispatched In IBM to the Fraser River as 
•perlal chrrespnndent by one of the lead- 
ing San Francisco Journals. Settling tem- 
porarily In Yale, he engaged In various 
mefcantUe pursuits, in addition to report- 
ing for hls newspaper. Two years later, 
after a chance meeting with De Cosmos 
(founder of The Colonist) he was per- 
suaded to Join the slafT of The ColrmUt 
on which he served untU 18B2 After a 
break with hls fellow Nova Scotian 'De 
Coamos), he. in partnership with J E 
McMillan, bought the plant of the defunct 
Victoria Press and commenced publication 
of The Victoria Daily Chronicle, In oppo- 
sUlon to The Colonist. _ 

“In IBM. De Cosmos sold hU Colonist to 
a syndicate composed of some of hls staff, 
known as Harries and Company. 'The 
syndicate not having made a success of 
their undertaking, after two years, Hig- 
gins bought them out and merged the 
papers under the name Dally Biitlah Colo- 
nUt and Victoria Chronicle This volum- 
inous title was employed for six years, 
when the former title British ColonUt was 
resumed Higgins continued as owner of 
The Colonist until shortly after hls entry 
Into polities In 18BB, when he sold out to 
W. H EllU and A. O. Sarglson In 1890 he 
was elected Speaker of the L^lslattve 
Asaembly. where hls political career 
proved to be as brilliant as hls Journalistic 
one had been. 

*Tn 1897, Higgins resigned the speaker- 
ship, and In 1900 retired altogether from 
public life. During hU long rMtdence in 
Victoria he look an acUve part In all mu- 
nicipal undertakings, and In 1889. with 
other prominent clUsens. promoted the 
organisation of the National Biectric 
Tramway and Lighting Company, becom- 
ing Its first president. As the author of 
The Mystic Spring and the Paaslng of *k 
Race, his name became widely known to 
the reading public He died In Victoria on 
November 90. 1917." 

MARRIED IN VICTORIA 

Higgins then, as to be seen from Miss 
Wolfenden's excellent summary, early be- 
eame a power In Victoria JoumAiism. It 
WAS while he was a reporter on The Colo- 
lUst that he was married to the daughter 
« one of Victoria's early-day merchanu. 
J. T. Pldwell, whoae home was at the cor- 
ner of Douglas and Humboldt, where a 
parking lot is today The Colonist ot 
March- 14, 1862. CArrled this notice of the 
wedding: “In this city. March 12, at the 
residence of the bride's father by Rev. B 
C. Evans, D D. (general superintendent ol 
Wesleyan MlMlons. V.l. and B.C.) Dand 
W. Higgins, Caq . to Mary Jane, third 
daughter of J. T. Pldwell. Eeq.. all of Vic- 
toria. 

C'Our acknowledgements arc due to our 
lucky editorial contemporkry and his 
young And beautiful bride, for not forget- 
ting the usual chiunpagne and bridal cake 
for the professors of *U>e art preservative 
of aliarts ' The 20 bachelors In The Colo- 
nist office, after brushing awajr a slight 
regret at the lonellneu of baehelordom. 
heartily drank a bumper — 'Joy to the 
bride and bridegroom’ — > the flnt editor 
married in Western BrltUh America. Our 
devil the young scampi insinuated 
that there were others In the fraternity 
who would not object to a matrimony and 
a thousand a year.”) 

HOME ON PANDORA 

For a time Mr. and Mrs. Higgins lived on 
Pandora Avenue, oppoalle whtre Metro- 
poUtAu United Church Is todAy. Then 
they moved to Yat«a Street, near the Do- 
mliiloo Hotel, and in the early eighties to 
their new home on the Cadboro Bay Road, 
which they called Regent's Park. 

Higgins WAS a fabulouf newspaper char- 
acter and it appears today he became 
financially Interested In Seattle Journal- 
ism. for 'Ihe Coioiilst of November 9. 1114, 
had this note: “Mr. David Hlgflrts has 
purchaaed the Interest ol Mr. Maxwell in 
The Seattle Intelligencer " He evidently 
moved hls family to Beattie, for a news- 
paper notice a year or ao later aald a son* 
had been bom to Mrs. Higgins In the 
Sound dty. 

As an editor and ntwipapar owner in 



very pretty shower bouquet, the gift of 
Mrs. P. T. Johnston. The bridesmaids* 
dresses were of pink crepon, th^lr hats 
being trimmed with pink roses, wlijle they 
canted large ahower bouquets oi\ white 
and pink roses, which, with peail and 
gold brooches, were presents froi^ the 
groom ’’ 

The big house at 8t. Charles and Fort, 
and The Colonist, which since 1868 has 
been a sort of family Bible to successive 
generations of Victorians, are joined to- 
gether by Mntlmental tlea 



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The Higgint home st Fort and St. Charlei 



— Frank Missxu PSnta 
Will and Frank Higgins. 



who married Tom Corsan; Frank, who Is 
now one of Victoria's leading lawyers, and 
Paul, who Is a prominent physician and 
surgeon in Oakland. So. with such a 
group of young people at Regent’s Park, 
the place was gay Indeed, and many were 
the callers and the parties, at which Mn 
Higgins could relax after a day of debate 
In hls editorial office or In the Speaker's 
chair In the Legislature 

YOUNGEST MARRIED 
Wedding of Maude Higgins to Mr. Cor- 
san was a big event, as recorded by The 
Colonist, of June 32, 1899: “Under aus- 
pices so favorable that It seemed as if 
there was nothing mure to ask for. sur- 



— FrtiLk Hlfiliu Fb«i* 

Mr. end Mrs. D. W. Higgins snd daughter 
EU««b«th. 



early-day Victoria, Higgins was, of course, 
a dynamic figure. Hls support was al- 
ways sought in any civic undertaking, 
especially by politicians If Higgins said 
a large “no" to the politicians they 
promptly gave up. They figured U was no 
use going ahead If Hlggms was against 
them. for. in print, he could always have 
the last say. He was powerful, all rl^hL 
but that doesn’t mean to say he always 
got It hls own way Indeed not Often 
Higgins found himself In hot water. He 



to fight court casM. rounded by friends and well wishers In 



knew what t' 



numerable, and with hosts of happy 
hearts to speed them on the life voyage, 
Miss Maude Higgins and Mr. Thomas Cor- 
san were yesterday afternoon united in 
the holy bonds of matrimony The bride 
Is the youngest daughter of Hon. D. W. 
Higgins. Speaker of the Legislative As- 
sembly. a young lady very highly thought 
of Indeed In a wide circle of friends The 
bride was attended by Miss Loewen as 
maid of honor, with Miss Nonle Powell 
and Miss C. Marnaughton - Jones as 
brldesmald.5. assisted by two pretty chil- 
dren, Miss Agues Claxton and Miss Jessie 
Ualletly The honors for the groom were 



And, be it noted, he gave strict Initruc- 
llons that hU name and difficulties were 
never to be kept out of his paper. 

CLAHH OF RIVALS 

Bo it must have been with some ahock 
and doubtless a fair amount of snickering 
that the public read this In The Colonist 
the morning of September 19, 1878; “Ar- 
rested— D. W. Higgins, editor of The Colo- 
nist. was arretted yesterday afternoon on 
a charge of having assaulted Robert Hol- 
loway of The Standard (the opposition 
paper) with a cane in front of the Su- 
preme Court room. It is understood that 
the assault was provoked by an article 
which appeared in The Standard yester- 
day reflecting on Mr Higgins' family. Mr. 
Higgins was promptly balled out by 
friends in the sum of $3,000. to appear 
today" 

This, quite naturally, became a cele- 
brated case, and. if the town waa human 
then, as It Is today, despite its growth, had 
everyone talking. The Colonist, as If It 
had great glee in the whole affair, ran full 
and detailed reports ot the case as It pro- 
ceeded through Police Court and the As- 
sizes, and when K was over the paper pub- 
lished this "We. the Jurors, find the fol- 
lowing verdict, viz : we find the defendant, 
O. W. Higgins, guilty of common assault, 
we believe the aasauU was committed by 
the stick produced in court, and as the 
defendant received a great deal of provo- 
cation we strungly recommend him to the 
mercy of the court. The learned Judge 
(Justice H. P. P. Crease) addressing the 
defendant assured him that he believed 
there was not a man In court who did not 
warmly sympathize with him. Hls Honor 
sincerely regrett/d (hat defendant's fam- 
ily had been most vilely slandered and 
that their narne^ had been dragged 
through the courts It. was Hls Lordship's 
Intention under the circumstances, con- 
sidering the grest and Inexcusahla provo- 
cation. to Impose the very lowest punish- 
ment the law permitted. He would, there- 
fore. fine the defendant the nominal sum 
of five shillings (applause, which was in- 
stantly checked by officers of the court). 
Hls Lordship assured the defendant (who 
waa visibly affected) that he had the 
warmeet sympathy of the court and 
everyone in Ik He might convey that aa- 
surance to hls excellent wife and family, 
upon whose honor no stain rested The 
case Just tried should be a lesson to the 
press to abandon a system of writing down 
persons, and should indues them to labor 
together in writing up the country. He 
called on the defendant to use his power- 
ful pen and hls acknowledged great ablU- 
ttea In. Inaugurating reform In journalism 
In this province. Tha court had no wish 
to say aught against the liberty of the 
press or to see it fettered in any manner, 
but Hls Lordship wanted to see It take a 
high and noble stand, dealing with public 
men Justly and fearlessly, but under no 
consideration attacking private mdlvld- 
uals and families, whose reputations were 
sacred. The amount of the fine Imposed 
on Mr Higgins was collected In len-eent 
pieces among the spectators In court and 
handed to him as he left the room.” 
SECOND COURT CASE 

Next year Mr Higgins was in court 
again. Tite Colonist of August 90, 1879. 
said "David W. Higgins, owner and editor 
Dfi^The Colonist, appeared In answer to a 
summons issued at the Instance of EU 
Harrison. Jr., charging the said David W. 
Higgins with having published a defama- 
tory and malicious 'libel concerning the 
plaintiff.” 

It appears Hlrglns’ paper called Har- 
rison “a young man of good parts, but in- 
experienced." This caused Harrison to 
become Infuriated, and some of hls lawyer 
friends no doubt told him he had a good 
case against The Ooloitisi. The case was 
argued out in the courts and the whole 
town paid attention, but after weighing 
all the erldence. the Jur^ threw it out aad 
The Colonist was vindicated. 

In bstween flghUng court c a ses and In- 
tervlswlng delegations. Mr. Higgins somt- 
how found Urns to pay attention to hls 
ehlldren. 'There were six Higgins' children 
— wm. who married Dolly Helmcken. 
daughter of Dr. J. E. Helmcken: Ellxaheth. 
who became Mrs James Rsymur; Maude, 



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flfure of a Grecian maid, often 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. SUNDAY. AUGUST 15. 1948 



^ridging the Commonwealth 

Lack of Passenger Ships 
Turns Trade to Airways 



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ELLINGTON. NE 



MAKE FILM ON FOLIO 
LONDON <F)— Doctors now can 
see the treatment of poliomyelitis 
on screen. In s recent British medl> 
cal Aim, a young man who eom> 
pletcly recovered from the disease 
re-enacte the different stages of 
bis Illness, while doctors show how 
they helped him overcome Its crip- 
pling effecUi. 

EDl'CATIOMSTS TO MEET 
LONDON In sn effort to 

raise standards of education 
throughout the world, education 
experts from 20 nations will meet 
here lo study problems facing 
teachers. The gathering has been 
arranged by the United Nations 
Edueaikmet. Bcientlfte and Ctii- 
tural Organisation. 

SHEEP-DIP SAl'CE 
FICH8BURO. South Africa 
—When a native servant Inadver- 
tently filled a sauce bottle with 
sheep-dip here, a farmer who likes 
highly seasoned food used the 
“sauce'* liberally for his soup and 
fish. Taken 111 shortly after, he was 
given bicarbonate of soda and re- 
covered 

RETIRNED WITH THANKS 
WELLINGTON. N Z. Cf» - Eleven 
years ago a Wellington woman loct 
a valuable brooch with her name 
engraved on U. She has Just got it 
back— as a legacy. It was sent her 
With a note thanking her for the 
pleasure given by her by the -loan" 
of it for 11 years. 

NOT KNOLr.ll CALORIES 
SYDNEY. Australia 'CP' Com- 
plaining that he aas more tired 
sfier.a da> . jwork that he should 
be a fanner near here recently 
wrote a physi' iaii and wondered If 
he was eating the wrong food He 
wa.8 68 years old. 

MEKCE .VIOME CIRCUITS 
LONDON. ^Two big Cinema 
circuits In Britain- the Gaumont 
British and Odeon companies -are 
to be merged Into one organlza- 
tion. J Arthur Rank, chairman of 
the two groups, announced re- 
cently. A total of 880 motion-pic- 
ture houses will be affected. 

MEN GET FASHION SHOW 
LONDON *C^ Men will get their 
fling In the fashion world when a 
four-day exhibition of British- 
tailored men's wear opeius here In 
September. Patron of the show 
will be the Duke of Edinburgh. 

TOMATOES FROM CLTTING.S 
008F0RD, AuBlraUa •C^>. — A 
grower here has pioneered In the 
commercial development of toma- 
toes from cuttings which has 
proved succeasful tn sandy soli. 
Cuttings are taken from earlier 
plants. 



ships owing to wartime 
losses, slowness In reconversion 
and shipping accidents, have 
caused a remarkable boom In poat- 
war aviation In New Zealand 

Before the war New Zealand had 
rapid and regular communication 
with Australia by a fleet of fast 
modem liners. The holder of the 
Tasman Sea blue ribbon, the 
Awatea, was sunk during the war. 
Other vessels are still being recon- 
verted for civilian use The only 
remaining liner, the Wanganella. 
struck a reef on her first voyage 
after bring put back into service 
and has been laid up for repairs 
for over a year 

USE RELIEF VF.SKELS 

For varying periods relief ves- 
sels have been used, as well as oc- 
casional liners crossing the Tasman 
In the course of longer voyages, but 
nearly three years after the end 
of the war there Is stUi no regular 
sea link for passengers between the 
two Dominions which are so cldbely 
bound together that a considerable 
proportion of their people regularly 
Interchange visits for both business 
and pleasure. 

The result has been an enormous 
growth In the demand for air pas- 
sages which for the time being 
have become the normal means ot 
travel between the two countries 
Dally flying boat service both ways 
across the Tasman had to be sup- 
plemented by regular flights by 
land planes. 

DORMITORIES ONLY 

A somewhat similar position 
exlils on the Pacific between New 
Zealand and the United Sutea and 
Canada The luxury liners which 
connected New Zeataud with the 
United States before the wgr have 
not yet resumed service An emer- 
gency aervtce ^as been maintained 
at Infrequent Intervals by linen 
with only dormitory accommoda- 
tion. 

Of the Unera which plied between 
New Zealand and Canada, the 

Sydney Short 
Grave Diggers 

SYDNEY. Australia. Ch.—Sydney 
grave diggers are a dying race 

Undertakers say they have 
ao much difficulty In getting labor- 
en to dig graves that they fear 
there will be an end to burials In 
Sydney within a few years. 

People will have to be cremated 
regardless of their religious be- 
liefs. according to one leading un- 
dertaker. He told a reporter that 
his Arm now embalmed all bodies 
because nf frequent delays in the 
cemeteries. Labor ahortage has 
held up funerals for days and s 
number of funerals have been di- 
verted from one cemetery to an- 
other. 



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Niagara was sunk during the war 

rMonveraion. delayed by labor 
troubles, in Sydney. Consequently 
there are still no regular liners on 
the Vancouver-Auckland run. 

As on the Tasman Sea. air travel 
has received a great Impetus 
through the lack of shipping ser- 
vices. The Pan-American Airways 
service between New. Zealand and 
the United States and the British 
Pacific Airways Corporation's ser- 
vice to Canada have received a 
flying start lo their post-war 
operations. 

COVERS THE ISLANDS 

At the same time New Zealand 
has created an air network cover- 
ing a large number of the Island 
groups In the South Pacific. Some 
of these islands In the past were 
visited only at long intervals by 
steamer after a roundabout voyage. 
Air services have brought them 
within hours of New Zealand and 
have tightened their ties with the 
Dominion 

Geographical reasons have great- 
ly silded the growth of Internal air 
services In New Zealand To travel 
from Auckland, the largest rlly, 
which Is In the North Island, to 
any of the mam South Island 
centres, requires a lengthy and 
tiring Journey by train, boat a(id 
again by train. At least t^o nights 
must be spent on the Journey and 
a long wait Is sometimes neces- 
sary for connections. Air travel 
makes It possible to leave Auck- 
land aftei^reakfast and be in the 
far south^well before dinner the 
same day. 

Rhodes Scholar 
Has Hard Row 

WANGANUI. NZ ‘Cei Rhodes 
scholars from Uie Dominions have 
a hard ruad to hoe. according to 
J 8 Rumbold. who has returned to 
New Zealand after attending 
Oxford University as a Rhodes 
scholar 

On completing their term, he 
says, they can do one of three 
things They can stay away from 
their country. In which case they 
are wrUten off as a complete loss. 
They can come home with a de- 
cided accent and fancy Ideas. In 
which case people ssy, "If that's 
what Oxford does, why did you 
ever go there?” Or they can return 
home Just as they left it. In which 
case people ask. "What was the use 
of sending you?*' 

Israel Flag Flies 
Over Sussex Hotel 

HASTINGS. England —The 
flag of the Stale of Israel— blue 
and white with the golden star of 
David- flew over the Netherwood 
hotel during a conference of the 
Anglo-PalesUnlan Club. 

*‘F am not a Jew, but I am proud 
to have the flag of Israel fly over 
my hotel," said proprietor Vernon 
Symonds "I should welcome an 
Arab conference here, too. The 
Communists sre coming later this 
year." 






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London's new experirncntsl Thames wster-but service opened «t the newly-built Chstmg Cross Pier with film star 
Psirtcis Roc receiving the first ticket. The service operates between Putney end Greenwich, ciilmg at Cadogan, 
Lambeth. Charing Cross. Tower. Cherry Garden and Limehouse Piers. The cost of the complete Journey will be 
2/Jd. Picture shows' "Down on the pter" weanng a ' New Look" gaily patterned dress, with strew hat. Patricia rn>eye 
a laugh with Thames wetermcn (Doggett’s Coat and Badge winnersi. dunng th^ ceremony. 

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L UNLXJN Juim Summersun. 
the distinguished writer on' 
srrhltccture and curator of 
the Soane Museum In London re- 
cently opened the fl B C.’s General 
Overseas series “Landmarks of 
Britain " with a talk on what Is 
probably the most famous and 
characteristic landmark of all, 8t 
Paul’s Cathedral. The fact that 
struck deepest Into tlie Imagina- 
tion about it. he thought, was that 
"St. Paul's was designed. Us con- 
struction directed from beginning 
to end. by one man. There's no 
building In the world of compar- 
able sue which Is quite so much 
one man's building as this cathed- 
ral. It took eeneratlons to build the 
old calhedrils St. Peter s at Rome 
- MtchaeUngelo crowned It with 
Its dome, but there were architects 
before him and after hlnr But St. 
Paul's Is all Sir Christopher 
Wren’s " Summerson suggested 
that this complete IdentlflcaUon ot 
the man and the building would 
not have come down to us If Wren 



Labor Unrest in Auckland 
Crisis for Government 



After an «ghta«it monOia* coortship. a 92 yaar-old Penhridg* fWelvwhatnpton) 
widow Mr*. Alice Wahara, married S8-ytar-old Mr Thomst Robiiwoci of 
WbMton Aatofl. Mra- Wailara U baraly lotir feet six inchM tali bat ah« is 
fomarkabiy acHea be<b pbyiicaUy and mentally. Pictura ahowi Mr RoWnaew 
and hla WUa arrlrlng at their boma covared with confam, after their woddang 

ceremony. 



By J. C. GRAHAM 

A UCIOLAND. NZ CP). — The 
showdown which has been 
looming for many months 
between the New Zealand Labor 
Government and the powerful 
Wauriide Workers* Union hM 
again been averted by an agree- 
ment to refer to a tribunal a dis- 
pute which has been tying up the 
Auckland waterfront Many ob- 
servers. however, consider that the 
crlsli has been only postponed. 

The Gavemroent claims that the 
longshoremen, once among Its 
strongest supporters, are out to 
harm the Government by creating 
industrial unrest, by delaying thlp- 
plng over trivial matters and by 
slowing up deliveries of Imported 
cargoes and the shipment of New 
Zealand produce abroad. 

UNION CLAIMS 

The union claims U Is merely 
safeguarding the Interests snd 
working conditions of Its members 
and that (he Government Is dic- 
tatorial tn Its handling of disputes. 

Whatever the rights and wrongs 
of the cose, the waterfront Is cer- 
tainly the most disturbed section of 
the industrial scene In New Zea- 
land The slowness of cargo handl- 
ing compared Alth other countries 
and with New Zealand before the 
wax has been frequently attacked 
by visiting ship masters. Brnne 
overseas shipping companies now 
are declining to accept cargoes (or 
New Zealand because they claim 
the risk of delays In port Is too 
4reat. 



The most recent dispute, over 
whether the hatches of the Mount- 
pork. a ship bringing wheat from 
Australia, should be lifted msnual- 
ly or mechanically, has dragged on 
since Feb 20 and has tied up most 
of the Auckland waterfront for two 
lengthy periods. 

Under the engagement system 
prevailing in New Zealand, the 
Waterfront Industry Commission 
eon declare a vessel a preference 
ship which means that no labor 
will be allocated to other vessels 
until It Is worked. This enables 
ships already manned with water- 
slders to continue loading or un- 
loading. but no labor beromes 
available for new vessels arriving 
Therefore, when the waterslders 
refuse to work the preference ship 
the whole port gradually becomes 
Idle 

BOARD RF.FERF.NCR 

Following hints by farming or- 
ganisations that direct action 
might follow If present condlUcms 
on the waterfront continued, the 
Oovsmment has strongly support- 
ed the Waterfront ludustry Com- 
mission In the present dispute. 
However. It eventually agreed to 
have the matter referred to a tri- 
bunal presided over by a Supreme 
Court Judge Further lengthy hag- 
gling ensued, and on several oc- 
casions It seemed likely that no 
ogreemant would be reached and 
that the long-predicted ih o w do w u 
between the unkm and the Oortm- 
ment had arrived 



had nut been a gi,iod t.s wc-ll a.' a 
brilliant man "Without being a 
saint or a mystic he was as nearly 
beyond reproach os any man of hU 
time, snd the age of Charles 11. 
James II and Anne was not re- 
markable for the level of Integrity 
among Its public characters." 

LIFE IN STONES 
The London air has played cur- 
ious tricks with the Portland stone 
of the Cathedral. It has given It a 
black, white and grey patina "the 
block the softest sootlaet block you 
ever sow. the white os white ox 
freshly laundered Unen. It's a 
capricious, fantastic psllna but for 
some odd reasrm. it brings the or- 
chltectursl qualities to life Instead 
of obscuring them." Before the war 
It was possible to go oJI round Bl. 
Paul's, hardly seeing the dome, oiyl 
conscious only of the Immensity of 
It above But In 1641 the bills 
rosed the approaches and now ' os 
you pass eastwards sway from the 
Cathedral you look back to see the 
whole building as one. and the 
dome riding above it. Wren never 
saw that view. 1 suppose It Is 
among the great architectural 
spectacles of the world, but one 
which only this rather tormented 
generation will have been privi- 
leged to see " 

THE WALLED CITY 
Summerson pointed out that St 
Paul’s was the cathedral of the 
City of London, the walled cUy 
which once was London but now 
simply the counting-house and 
warehouse quarter of the whole 
capital. There hod been a rathedroJ 
there since there was a Christian 
London, there were still traces of 
the foundsUons of thg chapter- 
house and cloisters, thrM hundred 
years older than the present build- 
ing. and destroyed tn the Great 
Fire of 1888 which gave Wren his 
chance Wren was IbUty-four In 
the year of the Are. ha finished St 

Performs Plays 
In London Pubs 

LONDON <w~ln 10 yean the 
Taverners Company has produced 
78 plays, meludlag many of Ute 
clossles, for performance In hun- 
dreds of public, houses Members 
sey plays In public houses are be- 
coming Increasingly popular 
“We have had eo many requests 
from publicans In ths Oreauw 
London area for r>est Winter that 
seeond and third companies may 
be started." said Henry MeCKrthey. 
the Taverners* orgamaer 
"We have Just e.omplcted a suc- 
cessful run with "Knight of the 
Burning Pestle, " performed In more 
than 10 London and suburban 
pubs Our next show will be “The 
TMsilng of the Shrew.’" 



pRul's some fifty years later hav- 
ing surmounted every cb.^tacle 
from the criticism of people who 
didn’t like domes on principle to 
the sheer dishonesty and malice of 
some of the men a*ho worked under 
him" St Paul's two domes, one 
above the other, said Bummeraon. 
"are a thing of pure fantasy, s 
gigantic sy'mbol, the summit not 
only of the Cathedral but of Lon- 
don Itself The dome Is one of the 
most nearly perfect things man has 
built " 

LOVED BY BRITONS 

From the moment the Cathedral 
was finished the whole English 
speaking race took It to Its heart 
Slate oecaalons were held there, 
great men burled there, Dr. John- 
son. Sir Joshua Reynolds. Nelson, 
the Duke of Wellington. Wren 
himself— the inscription on his 
tomb "If you seek his monument, 
look about you" was destroyed by 
a bomb In 1641 The church piajfed 
s considerable part In the life of 
London, said Summerson, yet “the 
average Londoner usually goes 
there to show It to someone else— 
hU children, his cousins from Ire- 
land or a friend from the Domin- 
ions. But the Londoner doesn’t 
talk much about things familiar 
and dear to him; If he puts down 
his newspaper os the morning train 
carries him by the Cathedral, it 
would not be to speak of what he 
sees— the carriage window framing 
U gloriously for a few seconds. 
After aU what U there to say? The 
Dome speaks Its own untranslat- 
able language 

Didn’t Evade Draft 
Adrift on a Raft 

WELLING TON, NE. CP*.— 
Brought before a court here for 
failure to report for military ser- 
vice In 1642. Frank Miles. 41. said 
he was unable to do so because at 
the time he should have reported 
he was adrift on a. raft on the At- 
lantic. 

Evidence showed his ship was 
sunk under him while eervlng in 
the Atlantic at the lime he was 
called fo» service In New Zealand. 

"Technically he did not report, 
but It Is oonsenslcaJ that this ac- 
tion should have baen SASdnsl 
him,** said the magistrate In dts- 
mlselng the ease. 

3,000 Human Skulls 
In London Museum 

LONDON Crt Nearly IJOOO 
human skulls from many parts of 
the world have been presented to 
the Natural History Museum. South 
Kenslrurton. by the president and 
eouneil of the Royal CXillefe at Bur- 
geons 



British Bell 
Founders 

By DAVID CURNOCK 

LONDON Wherever there 
SIT church steeples or clock 
lowers there are bells from 
the United Kingdom, for Britain 
Is bellfounder to the world This 
position of honor Is largely due to 
the genius of two men. William 
Olllett and Arthur Johnston, and 
I luiiiiini nil 

Whitehorse Road. Croydon, on the 
outskirts of London over 100 years 
ago their dependents still carry 
on the Arm nf Olllett and Johnston 
Limited, makers nf clocks, carillons 
and bells. Here big booming bells 
are cost and small ones too. here, 
fore upwards on revolving tables, 
the newly-cost bells are tuned by 
men with a perfect ear for music; 
here they ore packed, together with 
bell-operating mechanism of the 
most up-to-date ly|ie and sent 
abroad to France. Belgium. Hnl- 
land, Swlixerland. to the Near Ea.st 
and the For Eo.<(t. to the United 
States and Canada -even to the 
African bush. Soon these bell.s will 
ring out in tones clear and musical, 
proclaiming the hours, or calling 
the people to worship 

ONCE SMALL BUSINESS 
Wltilsm Olllett left school at an 
early age to start a little business 
os a watch and clorkmaker at 
Sevenoaks in Kent. England He 
quickly gained for himself a repu- 
tation os a master rrafusmui. snd 
it woe not long before he was given 
the Job o! looking sfier the clocks 
belonging to the Earl of Dorset. 

Now this was no ordinary Job 
for the Earl lived at Knole, in 
Sevenoaks tl Is one nf the biggest 
houses In England, and has S85 
roocna 52 staircases and seven 
courtyards. It was Olllett's task to 
look after the clocks, and It took up 
the greater part of his working day 
to keep them going and In e^irrecl 
chiming order. 

The work at Knole gained for 
Olllett a reputation which extend- 
ed beyond the boundaries of u<s 
country. Eventually he Icll Kent 
and moved to Croydon, in the ad- 
joining county of Surre>. where he 
esUiblulied himself os a maker nf 
toaer clocks. 

It was about this t>m« that he 
first met Arthur Johnston, who 
cost bells of all tyt>cs. (or clock 
lowcr.s and rhurchrs, (or busin< ui 
houses and private Iu'uh'a The two 
men, both craflxnn-ii of grrai »e- 
pule. saw In this meeting Uic be- 
ginnings of a great bu'-mrv 
to moke cUx'kx for towers, and the 
other U> put music ir.to ilie rUx-ki. 

A GREAT PARIM.KSHir 
From then unwaros the Ucil- 
founder and the clockmakir 
worked together to such effect that 
It soon became known that Gllleit 
and Johnston should be consuiied 
If a clock tower was wanted with 
beautiful chimes And soon Uuy 
were being consulted by the world. 
Tower clocks and bells made by 
these two men. or their depend- 
ants, are to be heard, and seen, in 
almost every corner of the earth. 
Carlilotui from Croydon can b« 
heard at the Riverside Church. New 
York, at the University of Chicago, 
at Princeton University. Toronto 
University; Jerusalem Y-M.CA. 
building. Ban Francisco Cathedral, 
and Ottawa Parliament Buildings. 
Chimes cost and tuned at Croydon 
ore equally famous throughout the 
world, while Olllett and Johnsbm 
peals of bells ore heard In many 
ot the world's moat famous 
churches. Tower clocks from the 
some firm are widely distributed 
and include those at St. James* 
Palace in London, the Royal Courts 
of Justice, Hampton Court Palace, 
the Town Hall, Lagos, the Durban 
City Hoii. South Africa. Madras 
Town Hall, Buenus Aires Memorial 
Hail, and many others. 

LARGEST CARILIXIN ** 

*nie largest carillon made is of 
72 bells, with the Bourdon <the 
boss belli wTlghing 18’} tons These 
were erected at the Riverside 
Church. New York. The bells rise 
by semitones making a composite 
sound full of rich harmonies and 
perfectly tuned to the strike note. 

The tuning of bells to perfection 
Is an art In which BrllaJn's crafts- 
men excel The bell Itself Is made 
nof of Iron, os U Is generally sup- 
posed. but of a mixture of 13 parts 
of copper to four ports of tin 
When the bell Is cast It Is ntade 
too thick, and then the metal is 
Kraped ewsy by the tuners unul 
the correct note Is obtained Once 
this pitch is secured the bells re- 
msln In tune for at least 800 yeara 
Every 80 years or so It may be ne- 
cessary to turn the striker so that 
It hits a different fsce on the bell. 
The tone of a b«U Is determined by 
Its dismster. the wider it is the 
deeper the (one. snd conversely. 

But the beautiful note for which 
BrlUoh bells are famed, must al- 
ways remain the wnrk of s great 
artist. wpA works swsy with his 
small hammer, taptrtng. tapping, 
tapping, unttl he achieves the cor- 
rect tope 

lOWM affSwi S*tTV«i 

GOOD AFTER H TEARS 
OUBBO, New South Wales CP). 
Thirty-seven years ago an Aus- • 
tralian a^dartst here exhibited a 
Jar of honey and won a price The 
•ame Jar of honey. In perfect con- 
dition. is sUIl being shown at ex* 
hlblUnns and winning prlzas