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NO. 237— NINETIETH YEAR 



TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES 



VKTORIA, BRITLSH GOEl .MBIA, FRIDAY, SEI*TEMBER 17, 1948 



Iiiimiffration Door 



Ship Answers SOS. to Evacuate Filipinos 



to Frmrh 



No Great Number of Immigrants 
Said Expected in Near Future 



Survey to Include Some Phases 
Of Railway Freight Rate Issue 

OTTAWA, Sept. 16 <CP). — A Royal Commission on na- 
tional transportation is to be set up by the Federal Gov- 
ernment, and a top Government source said tonight it 
would deal with some phases of the railway freight-rale 

problem. investigation Into li»c rate slruciurr, 

Aniwering dcmanda of llio prov- u ir\eimg pO mequaU- 

Incei for a Royal Conuniaalun on Uie 

whole tramporution altuatlon. the while the dividing line between 
OovemmenI announced ita pro* y,* two inveatigatloiu haa not vet 
poaal UtC today, but lU foroial been m.de cle.r. Ihe miM 



Russians 

Patrol 

Borders 



OTTAWA, Sept. 16 (CP).— Canada opened its Immigra- 
tion doors another notch today by placing cititens of 
France on the same footing as those of the United States 
and favored countries of the Empire. 

This meant Canada now will admit any Frenchman of 
good character and health who appe^s likely to be able to 
make his way in the Dominion without becoming a public 
charge. Previously, Frenchmen were in the general Immi- 
gration category in which the chances of their getting 
Into Canada were considerably more restricted. 

WhUt Ooven»m«nt ■poktimen c*uUouily th*t the fact 

would five no ofdclol explAOaUoo . , „ . . , i 

tor Ih. no. o»,.. II .u <« Pr®ch.«».kln, popo- 

be linked wjih eompl&mu fromi h*d eomethlng to do with tbej 
Prcnch-ipewJUng Quobec that Can- CAbinet'e wctlon. | 

edft'ft cxlatlng bwlaoce of popuMUonj babjb 

WM being thrown out by Urtw-ecwl*; 

immlgreuoo from Ceotrwl Buropewn French make up one of the 

O 0 untrlc« I ethnic groupa in Canada. 

•aid one official, "and now they are 
ATTITl’DE BECOGNIZSD j put qq the aamc baala aa othen. It 

The recant Liberal ooovenUon' removea a dlacrlminatlon " 



BERUN, Bept. 18 vF'.—RuMlan 
Jeepa paU-olled Berlin'a sector bor- 
ders and made several quick tncur- 
■iona into American territory today 
after a band of youths Atoned Com* 
mujilst-controlled police 
The Jeep raids caused no trouble, 
though a Soviet soldier fired one 
shot over the head of a Orrman 
thief near the American sector 
Soviet patrols were in force as 
West Berlin anti-Communista lield 
a funeral for a victim of the Basf- 
West cold «ar--a 16*year-old Ger- 
man youth killed In the climax to 
la«t Thondars anti-Sonet mass 
meeting when Russian soldiers and 
their police fired into the crowds. 

The Soviet-controlled press re- 
ported that a crowd of about 150 
Berlin youths attacked and stoned 
three police in the Soviet .vector who 
were passing a black market centre. 

The Soviet press said the youths 
were "Incited by older people," and 
that 15 of the rock-Lhrowen along 
with one of the adults were ar- 
rested. The youths later were re- 
leased. the preu report said. 



Residents ol Csmignin Island, (leclnt from the eruption of Mount Hibokhikob in the Southern Philippines 
•traem sboard the freighter Eugene Lykes standing offshore. The ship took more thin 3,000 of the islsnd'i 

45.000 residents to ssfety. 



\City Ruling Styni 
\ Work of Com m issi 



Builders Say 
Contractor 
Actually City 



New Tie-l |)s 
In France 
Add Tension 



These ofDclals said no large num- 1 
ben of French tmalgrmiua were ea> ' 
pectad, at least In the near future. 

No calculatlona on prospective ar* 
rivals were available, but It wasj 
suted ImmigraUan applicants fromi 
France have been lew since the war I 
A taaln reason for this at the 
moment. It was sUted. is the fact responsible for the project, 

that France bars emigration of Itk according to the Victoria Builders’ 
population (leept under special cir* | g^chanie 
cumatances. 



three montba * iic neeninatlom 
were scheduled to come up at a 
council meetini a memh ago but 
were postponed because the mayor 
was away 
Terma of Ktr 



Fletcher and Dr 
‘ Arthur Poynts were up June 3. Rus- 
Douglas Fletcher, commUsion sell Ker resigned but gave no reaaon 
chairman, suggested this yesterday except "exuung circumstances. - 
and said the body has not held ai The by-law setting up the com* 
meeung lor six weeks beewuse of mission states that “all members 
'the altuatlon. 'shall hold offlee until their succes- 

He said Infonnallon has been 'sori are appointed " The by-law also 
gathered on operating costa of the! states that when a vacancy occurs 
•rena but will not be completed in membership of the conunlssioa. 
unUl It U deurmlned what type of ^ the City Council shaU • forthwith ap* 
actlvitlee the building wlU be used j point a new member lo fUJ such 

vacancy for the unexplred term ' 
The commlssioD waa aet up by STAY IN omt E 
a city by-law to manage the roe- ' "Apparently, we remain In office 
mortal when it Is finished. until someone else la appointed,” Mr 

LONG TIME Fletcher said. “But we reaUxed the 

Nomination of three roemben to appoint someone else and 

the commisaloii has been in the j H io any new 

bands of City Counell to shout k^Kad.” 

— 1 He said intarroailon on ooet ol 

^ operating the arena and plaiu for 

|( Ol Ic f ra li in/l operaUoo wOl be Utroed over if new 

A Ctllo AU 1 lllU members are appolntsd. 

Me said an ice show waa tents- 
MM* O a Uvely booked Jot the arena in Peb- 

ifiissing Doats ^ 

^ rould not be signed because the com- 

SEATTLE, Sept. 11 The mission could not meke financial 

United Plates Cosst Guard reported j commitments. Application to enter 
tonight en intensive aerial search the Pacific Coast Hockey League, 
has failed lo find three fishing boats when It was an amateur league, was 
reported missing slnoe Tuesday with) withdrawn. 

Dvs persons aboard. The rommletlon would also like to 

The boats ire missing between know when the arena will be ready 
California and Port Angeles. i for use. 



PARJ8. Bept 16 Several 

hundred thousand Psrl.v mrial 
workers struck today, sdding to the 
iDcresanig woe* of Praich Premier 
Henri QueuiUe 

The metal workers' strike was 
Mheduled to last unJy untU tomor- 
row Communist »uurca» cUlmM 
400.000 workers left tJveir Jobe, but it 
U Impossible to confirm tht^. 

The new Premier, meanwhile, pre- 
sented the National Assembly Fi- 
nance Committee with his plait fur 
gathering 8)80.000.000 in new ret • 
enue Assembly »ource' said QueuUle 
got a very oool recepiioti. 

Air France planes were still 
grounded by strlkm at Orly and Le* 
bnurget fields. 

Harassing MrlkMrontiailKI lo <*s 
up targe Mftnenie of Kwnch m- 
dustry. Many of the strlkeiv were leri 
by Communtsta. Almost all were 
protesting the high cost of living. 



.50 mll« east and 83 miles west of 
' the capital city of Hydcrabed 
: Praes reporta from Poona, Jump- 
Ing-ofl point for the Indlen army's 
ithniat on tbs west, said the hardset 
fighting Is yet to come. 

TtMOO repnrU said Hyderabad 
sute forces were falling back on all 
fronts in an orderly fashion and 
tverywhere were intaet. Thaaa forces 
would bs available for the decisive 
fighting on the central plateau. 
Hyderabad atate troope. which In- 
clude Infantry, armored can and 

OADiw .A .. cavalry, and Rasakan -Mm- 

PAR18, Sept. 18 tPl— The volunteern. wets reported dlg- 

NaUops Security CouncU voted I to|gihg In on a 30 lo 40.mlle peripMter 
0 today to uke up Hyderabad's ap- around Hyderabad and Seednder- 
peal tor help agalnat India's in- abad, and resistance was groBring. 

VICTORY IN WT.F.R 

Then tbs councU recessed unUI The Impreasion was widespread 
Monday. that the Indian annv's UmetAhl# 



Typhoon Toll 

TOKIO, Sf-pt 17 (Fri- 
dsy) (^ 1 . — A typhoon 
which brought heavy rahui 
to Toklo howled out to »ea 
today, leaving at least two 
Japaneae dead, an esti- 
mated 33 misBing and 53 
injured. 

As up to 12 inches of rain 
fell last night over Tokio, 
numerous flash floods were 
reported 

Plant Deslroyefl 

BTRATPORD. OnL." Bewt. It 
(CP. — Damage was estimated at 
|4ff.age tonight In Hre that de- 
f trsyed the Healed Power Csrpora- 
Uon of fsttads plant. 

In WIndeer. Oot.. fire of ante- 
lermined erlgin tonight eansed 
damage of ItM.tM when It de- 
stroyed a Csnsdlan Psrlfle Rail- 
way freight shed containing newt- 
pript and efertrlraJ gooda. 

Baled Sfraiv ImsI 

WISDOM. Minn.. Kept. !• 
names fanned by a strong wind 
raced throagh a storage rard here 
tomlght, dcstreylng 48,Md totw of 
baled straw valwed at tfBMM. 



the DomiiUon. 

BOARD AT WORE 
The Board of Transport Coounls- 
tlonera already has been orderod by 



Council Votes 
To Take Up 
Plea for Aid 



^ ewsws MS asm vstR/ im* 

■ cause of Ita complete bungling " of 
I the project. 

1 Mr. Wheaton tald the oodsulUng 
engineer appeared to have little in- 
[ terest In the project. 



Uhe Oovemment to hold a general 



aiice 



I’akiHtan leader 



THE PA8, Man . Sept 1« <f».— A 
fresh report by a Wabowden. Man . 
resident that he had heard on elr- 
crad engirve rutting out while going 
in a southwesterly direction Sunday 
afternoon, tonight sent a OakoU 
plane to that area in search of a 
United Slates navy plane missing in 
Northern Manitoba 



Sqdn 1/lr Hone, conversant vrith 
the Northland, was given an air- 
craft by the RCAP. to nuke a 
survey of the Selling Uke-Sherrl- 
don area, calling on Indian tribes, 
fur trappers and other Inhabitanu 
for cluea. 



Blazes Spread 
Id New England 



bush country 
I since Sunday with five peraons 
I aboard 

j The report came from a man not 
,yei tdentlfled. but It backed up a 
sutement earlier by a Wabowden 
merchant that he had heard or seen 
a plane over the same area Sunday 
afternoon. 

NIGHT BEARCH 
Three plane*— two from The Fas 
and one from Churchill -tonight arc 
coiuiuctUig night search for the 
plane which left Churchill Sunday 
morning on a fUdht to The Pas. It 
waa en route to Ottawa with Capt 
Sir Robert W. SUrllng-Hamiltoc. 
I naval attache at the British High 
at Ottawa. 



RWAJA NAZlMt'DDIN 
Former premier ot Bengal, has 
(>een sworn In as acting governor- 
general of Pakistan, an officlat 
Cabinet announcement said at 
Karachi. Pakistan, recently. 



(yround Broken for U.N, Hendquartem 



AUIBUHTA, Me. Bept t« rgN,— 
The threat of fire mounted over 
New England foraats today as new 
outbreaks sent more fire flgiiteea 
Into action. 

Maine had six new fires today, 
four of them In reg|r>ns hardest hit 
by the firm of last October. 



Two Workmen 
Caused Blaze 



Seventy-]\in€ Men Saved 
\From Two Sinking Ships 

I HALIFAX, Bept. Ig CF) -Thirty- , were ouahina tovard ih* 



Commiaaiooer's office 
and Capt. B. 8. Custer, naval ad- 
vtaor at tha United Btato Ottawa 
Embaaey. 

Group Capt Z. L Lelch of Van- 
couver. dlrecttng a search force of' 
more -than 30 alrerafL said today 
8<ydn.'Ldr. Jack Hone of The Pas, a 
veteran bush pOot. had Joined the 
search for the mlssint BeachcrafL 

Tha Betting lake Bherridon area. 

' approidmately 130 miles northeast of 
here, beroine tha focal point of the 
•earch foUowtng reports that an 
aircraft was heard Sunday flylag a 
steady muth-weeterty oome throagh ' 
heavy rainfall. I 

The firat report was secMved fron 
a dtotrict rastdenL T. Oodbout, flah- 
itng in Betting taka at the ttme. 



-Thirty- 

nine seamen were plucked frem 
death today when their hurricane- 
mauled freighter listed sharply and 
started to eapalae 300 mllas south- 
east of hare. 

Btx of thatr shipmates, howtrer, 
Inst their lives when a north-bound 
twister struck the British ship Lei- 
oaater Tuesday night. 

Meanwhile. 



iwere pushing toward the Lelrmtcr 
at top speed in hopes of salvage 
When the Beati first found tha 
abandoned freighter she abo found 
tsro partlaUy submerged li/ebuata, 
giving rlw to fears that aU Lekea- 
ter crew tnembem bad been toat 
Later the Bean, now htaded for 
] Bermuda wtih 31 survivors, reported 
I that the rasrucs had been made. 

I The TVopero la headed for Montreal 



United Btalgi 
Coast Guard cutler Bibb took 40 
erww members off the sinking 
PortdgDaa* trawlsr Oaspar 300 mllH 
off Ncvfoundlaod. Om man waa 



with II survivors 
The Leleaater and Oaspar were 
caught In a hnnlraoe that swept 
northward alntM the AUanOc eep- 
board early thk week 



crammed aboard a lO-Um sailing jonea and Lord tnM tha inquiry 
vessel and made the haaardous 30- j court that they ballved the tank 
day ocean voyage. I they uaed contained oxygen. 



\Highji and Loten 
\Of the Weather 



rices Drop During Week 



Pag* II I Retail price of beef baa dropped 
fva E tt;abe«t tve eaala a pound during tha 
Pag* Uipast waek or ten days, Vletoflameat 
Page W *- declared y today. 

Page M| Fractkaily all tmf retaOad In 
gas A T I Victeria during thia period has been 
H lA. Id of a ‘’oommerelal' quality. Dealm 
Page It laald lhay have awp a rtanee d dUBculty 
Page 11 'In obtaining any stocta of talch 
Fags llgrada baaf. 



to Oadl N. Bsoa tad tha Argen- 
ts vomel TriqioiH reaniad Um 
t^temto a un i H u a afto Umy bad 
tahn lo lha ttfebtwta. 

Tha KJOJi^. whkii iDtocwptad 



KxpecUlioQ of meat dealers Is day extendwi from 00 to Id cents a 
that present prtoea wlU hold firm'pouad. ReUn eaal prices sveraged 

for at laaat another week, to be fol- 

low«l b, «»Ui,r prtc. *i>p o< p» 

stbly flve cents s pound. S aad M eanU a pooad. and 

U was explained tha United Btotas P<Nt, 41 aad M eento a potmd. 
damand for Canadian meat was ' Maat packers said meat aalea dm- 



lU from Cana- lag tha post week have conUnun* i'®***?“ ■*****• iecretary-Oenersl of the tfiOted Nettovta. 

lat a normal retaa with Be bityen **«’'»43oo work «arrad to the cea- 



toHavs FEATURFS 


CalWrtoee ea Bridge 
MHerteh 


. Fag* IT 
Paga 4 




F*f* II 


Itoeal News .. 




Martae News 


.. .'Pagv U 


Balls Prsgiaaw 


Page If 


•arlal Story 


.. .. Page M 


Seelal 


PawM E 1 


■peris ... ... PftgM Ik. |g 









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Just Received 



A small ahipment of Konton Coinbina- 9 
tion Cigarette and Lighter Cases 

Um Oar Convtment Bud|«i Plin 



Attend iK# lOOTIALL on 
S«»wrd«v tveninf «t I. 



S«« the BIG AIR SHOW 
on $«fwrd«v AhernMM or 

Rot B«t 



DIAMOND MERCHANTS 1210 DOUGLAS STREET 



WASHERS 

RADIOS 

IRONS 

LAMPS 



AND ALL SMALL 
APPLIANCES 



Top Workmanihip Outranteod 



7S7 YATES 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. W8 



Smiles Fnlhm ( 



Smuts (lalls fur (Janliralion s^arri^^nt wamra /^.C. / utther 

On South African Immigration Mean I 

caliwl'our numbera and to rtp»l ; - opermUona for a UnlUd 8UUi uroaUd in Uia truil U> Can^ M 
' .i; on a n.'^ aircraft mUaln. Nnc. Blr et^fort Oi^. BniUh Ohaa- 

'into tbe UtUon to »trtnfth«n Ua amallar ocala tn a prevloua epoch. Sunday la h alinwanilnf ■unrf.v ta 

I pt^uon in a •orld In which -I aee -Tha Oovemrncm Party tOr. “alwaya raport your ^ 

Daniel Malana N.Uonallatai ha. arrleal.** open talk, at ?•*** ‘"^ 

‘^kS^Tadrtauon immiBra- b«n moved by almllar culdcra- n«t my. -.void . 

I U» Ho« «f A-.ml1,. b. U- on U"» Th,, «. C«U, -lob- 

referred to “apprehenaloo" over the golnc to for a policy of racial at- I 1 «M.ibu be wUl dlao^plans 

1 -treat taperiment to European cregattoo. but that wUl not meet | 1 m fe to S^nSSTcSm- 

^ - ' the toattor oonatfucUvaly and prop- I 

tirippJi opcetll loTii 

Praises Si.'n;„ri;nS “* miep«.sinii«5 ^ A«.>o-c.n-u-. .u-b- c™. 

British tiiort Tti? .mirr “ ■- ““ 

in me worw. i wme now P™^*«^l4long for cmpkryeea of the gold min- mintnr^ 

LONDON. BepL 16 iCW. — The,°" ^ *^*** Induatry and for Um toduetry 

Houee of Commona, careworn o,,f , ttoept and opportulty may •*'l|uielf were aakad of the Oevemment 

the difficult totemallonal Ntualion. ^ Oovemmenii*^ ^ ^ Canadian Mine Work- 

waa given an uplift today by the lU toxmlgia^ poUcy.I'*-' • • • ”OQlll€S e a • 

claim of air Stafford Crlpp. that union, which baa 

the battle for aurvlval 1. being won. ^J^^SceTTieem. uiV^cto- *>«*«*« gold- 

in the moai cheerful apeech alnce t^TT^JmLg to dcacend on Uiui «*'<»•■ *• “ the newly- ** ^ 



/LC. limber Men llttpe (Iriffifs^ I isit 
Will Mean Revival of U,K, Markets 

VANCOUVER. Sept 16 CF>.— Bril- ' BrlUih Columbia exported 1.106,- Bntlah purrhaaea WIU depend on 
iah Columbia Induatry la vitally to- 176.606 board faet of lumber Uat 'how many IRP dollar, the United 
teraaUd to the vlait to Canada M. Kingdom 

Sir Stafford Cnppa. Bntlah Chan- vA^eftsaia bujlng from aourroa 

caUor of the Exchequer. taking the Uoo'i ahara. 144J09J16 ; other than the United SUtca. 

Sir Stafford will arrive Mmday to 1*®*^ Declalona may be made in Ottawa 

open talk, at Ottawa on Anglo- ' Tlmberman had hoped to rebuild on Brltato'i dollar requirement., but 
financial and economic | European export market, thnrugh'it vU] be In Waahlniton. where 
Later be will vtalt Waah- the European recovery plan, but fiQi^] financial plana will be ar« 
Ington to dlacuaa monetary problem., orden failed to come through. ranged. 

It la pmalble be will plans Much wUl depend on Sir 6taf-| Timber opoke&aien here report filr 

to booat the flow of needed Oana- ford*, dlacuaalona to Waahtogton, Stafford will have a repreaentative 

OolumbU, aa a major . • miaaion in hla party The repre- 

exporter, haa a ataka to tocrexatog tary Fund and the Intcmatlonal eeniaUvt. It wa^ learned, may come 
axporta from Ito top induatry. which Bank of Reconalructlon and Dr- to the Coaat to diacuu export prob- 
In 1M1 produced 1200.900,000 In velopment. lam». 

wealth. - - - ^ , ^ . - 



F 'OLLOWINO alecpleaa dayt and;Elyaee Palace to ParU, after Inform- 
niehte durine whith hn >Au«htllnx Prealdent Vtocant Aurlol he 



120.000.000< compared with P 
OOO •$2,620,000,0001 tn 1927 



1645. the ChanceUor of the Ex- country aito there wlU be iw further *>»Ualoo Ubor Nnlona. The „e ran wi ef ene-oeoi aiamw 

chequer congratuUled Brltona on lAnilgrattoo." B fwmed of unlona that i»..eeiil 

, a reaUy fine effort" during the flratl £>r t. E. Dongea. Mtolater of the Iwoke away from the Canadian Fed- whether 

aix month, of 1946. He presented iniertor. replying, aald immigrant. eraUon of tabor thie week. twe-^l aumpa far one 

1*1x11*110. he caUed ■ heartening and ^bo already had been selected, and In a brief premnltd to Reaourcea p«ipl* wbo aeed enly 

“ 1 their fanullea. and the famlilea of Mlnlaler MacKinnon, the mine ^.e«ot te buy iwu-ceal 

The United Kingdom atlU la, men already to the country, would worken' group aaked: ■tempt' 

r'OLLOWlNO xlaeolea. davi and'Cviee Palace to Parti afUr Inform- a Ude of rUlng Im-, be aUowed to enter and would not 4. A review of taxation aa It af- PI, problem; h* 

L, OI^WINO ^Bepem dayi a^ Byaeert^ to Pj^, afU economlci be affected by the new Oovemmeoi fecu the gold-mlntog induilry. cut the atampa to half, 

r night, during which he w>ugbt arrangemenu • 2. Examination of the eflecU of L ieb! 

Inform new Oovenunent to pull ahort-Uved xovemment of toUI trade deficit with the! «« “W people had been fu«j gold price, on both mioeri and 

France out of grave poUtlcal crtala, Bchuman. In new ceblnci. "»* «he world haa been reduced , “■^'•eeDed" again to term, of the compenlea. TOKIO. Bepi. 16 oPj.-Municipal 

Heart QueuUle Ueftl imllee ea he 'Qucuille retalna Bchuman aa foreign 1® ®n annual rale of E280.000 000 '11,-j aytUm. He had given toalruc- j Special Income tax allowance. authonUe. thu Bummer rounded up 
talk, wlih reporleri on leaving ! minister. 120.000.000> compared with E630.00O.- ' ‘Bat any individual of miners. A deducUon of 6500 from ! Tokio’s street urchin*, Uught them 

— OOO '$2,520,000,0001 tn 1927, l hardihlp must be treated with , taxable Income waa propnaed I W swim and put them oo an island 

^ I Import coals during the first six rtderxU^^ ^ i ^ ••Consideration" for miners on «f Wte waierirom 

Kivitsatii:' Aiti^Arki- llAkf AXFi/tAX Plonc month* were CMTOOO.OOO or £66.-1 i unemploymant insurance. The union i Today au of them used their new 

01 liuilo /Bi.LCUl 1,/dCiHC I Idllo lOOOOOO more than expected, due n I O a tuggaatod gold mluers got Uttle ben- I®toid knowledge. They swam away 

1 mainly to higher prlcea. but exports fiPOfrPfS lent from unemployment Insurance. freedom. 

A H/f ■ A X al 1* valued at rm.OOO.OOO or £26- n I The brief declared the fixed sold' ®*“* official. 

As JViontgomerv, Attlee Lonier ,000.000 more than forecast; ^w I I prk* conW have the result* <»lj°i»f j We have to reconsider the teach* 

O Imports from the Wetiem Heml.l|n^H|l|tY icreattog “gee*tor tog of swimming next Summer 

LONDON. Sept. 16 CP).— Britain 'covertng the slow-down of demoblH- aphere during the alx-month perlodj J Jminer and heavier burdens for the* or^t»i*te' ■» w « i* *«t 

iccepted today w iUwui a gmnnu T atton and addttlemal serrice equtp- C2a4.000.096 oe C27.QOOOOO eaarv iindtatTy” , _ ^ 

the prospect of rebuilding her mill- ment that baa been decided upon. I'Ban forecast. But Sir Stafford I ^ r pf p rQl^iv I Income tax relief for gold mlnea' ”*** iknii 

ury defence, to the race Of. ien«, converatloo. wUh high offlctoi ‘ ^ 1 dViy ] w« «night on the gro^^LuSI" E^dtoT^y'lfr tit ntoM ^ 

intenutlooal aiiuatlon. aourew indicate that whUe hoping *„"p^7^laet to toewaaed ^ LONDON. Sepl. 16 uFi.— Charte8i*°*‘'‘B»f equipment coats them eon- drive belt was tom. strandtog 

U the midst of a daperaie lor the best the British Oovernmeni *” ^ ,A. Banks. Ueutenant-Ooveroor of more than employeea In ,h,,| mid-air for twe haur*. 

*lruggle to recover from the effccu la prepared for further detertoration ^ _ BriUah Columbia, uld today he re- ‘n<*ua‘rtaa ®nd that these ceeu' OntreUra af ihs rnnriwilnn it 

Of the World War. the nation has to East-West relaUoni. The poeal- ... grelied he was unable to entertalni®" «®»ng up: and that they' eWed nat to tamper with Iba 

oeen told during the Uat week: blllly of some form of undeclared D J-* I Vdkfdkl-C? delegtlee to the American Bari»®rk under conditions of hardship I machinery while ihcre were paa- 

1. It must be prepared to use all , wirfare breaking out Is not lJ| f Ulvl 3 Aasociatkm recently to Victoria. ’ • — eengen ea the wheel and aom-* 

lU resourced to stamp out the Com- ®®®Pl»t<lf tl‘»™toited. , The American lawyen had iy€tS MAff! T€rm mrtied the Raadlng fire eempany. 

munist policy of inciting revolution. The British people heve been ril _• ended their convention in Beattie All 24 were removed by meaas ef 

a. DemobUlsatlon of conscripts lP«P®r®<I ‘**^”“*' 1 Um E-ilCCtlOI) ‘o Victoria on a aide trip /* Or a beek-xnd-Udd«r Iraek. 

must be slowed down to halt the toeasums by a Summer of nerve war The Canadian Bar Aaaoclatloo was! -mur wrm « ^ 

•».. »r m.n Ui EuroM. Otie Droooaal aald to: a*r TBtiTTBv Minii*riil/wwt (a ha«* aiiarMBtoii thsti tvRONTD. Sept. 16 ICr).—LoOll* l . . 



^ w-w r» rki I ‘ftolng the flrat six »lderaU^ 

Britons Accept Defence Plans SST Z" “;L i 

1 mainly to higher pricM. but exports 1 

A ME a A xa.1 e valued at 1721,000.000 or £20- 

As IVlontgomery, Attlee Confer , 

LONDON. Sepl. 16 KPl.-Bmaln'covertng the slow-down of demoblll- *phere during the alx-month perlodj*****^ 
iccepted today w iUi e ut a gmnnu T atton and addmcrnal serrtre equip- C264.000.006 oe £27.000000 mart 
the prospect of rebuilding her mill- meat that baa been decided upon. Ititoh forecast. But Sir Stafford I t 
ury defences to the face of a tense, conversatlona with high official ‘2i ^ * 

mtmallooAl .uu.Uon, u«, ,hu. hopln, ilij’ ! U>NDO 

U the midst of a daperaie for the best the British Government i**”* ,A. Banks. 

struggle to recover from the effects ' la prepared for further deterioration ^ BrlUah Cc 

of the World War. the nation has to East- West relations. The poaal- ' gretted hi 

oeen told during the last week: blllly of some form of delegi 

1. It must be prepared to use aU,‘»r‘l«»‘ wirfare breaking out U not OrillSIl f OlClS Aasociatlo 
Its resourced to stamp out the Oom- discounted. I The An 

munist policy of inciting revolution.^ The British people heve been fll n a* tended th< 

a. DemobIlUaUon of conscripts [P>’*P®*^ ^®*’ intensified defence' | |J|*y| ood went 



ooet £264.000.000 or £27000000 mart 
I than forecast. But Sir Stafford 
■termed this “a very small exccu to 
view of the Increase in price*.** and 
, said U waa partly offset by Increased 
export*. 

British Voters 



Banks Regrets 
Inability 
To Fete Party 



RCAIU.VG. Fa. Sept 16 JTi.^ 
Twesty-foar ferrts-wbecl pa**en- 
fere received a* added thrill at 
fteadlog Pale last night whew a * 
drive belt was torn. etrandlBg I 
them to mld-alr for iwe beiure. I 
Operatera •( the cen ce a t ioD de- 
cided net to tamper with the 
machinery while there were paa-^ 
sengen ea the wheel and Mm- 
miAied the Reading (Ire eempany. 

All 24 were removed by means ef 
a beek-and-Udder truck. 



Gresham Nylon Hosiery 

In kl) the delifrhltul ne«v «hade« for Kali. 



ALL LINES AS FOLLOWS: 



No. 460. 
No. 660 
No. 790. 



42 gsugt 
45 gsugc 

.51 Osuge 



must be slowed down to halt the *h*d*yf®* *>y a Summer ef nerve war The Canadian Bar Association was I Tr\Bf\ uT v\ a. ♦ » 

Idas of trained men. m Europe. One proposal oold to; SALISBURY. Southern Rhodeota. understood to have suggeated }f . VALUED HEALTH 

2. R.AF. air crew recriUUng la to be be approved by the Oovemment Is s^pt. ig «Reutersi.— Large-scale im- they be entertained at 0®veminent * ^ Smll^ 25, tonight was i.k 

stepped up. defence volunteers should migration from Britain probably waa House. The British ColumbU Oov- f °»Th 

4 A campaign will be opened be reinforced by mobile military , deeding factor to Southern Rho- emmenl poosed on the request ^ 

ihorUy to enlist more part-time columna of the regular army. <jeala i general election, won today Ool. Banks, ^ ‘ ^ ^ 

•Oldlen for the terrltorUl army. I Meanwhile the R AF. has opened! by prime Mlnlater Sir Godfrey The Ueutenant-Oovemor wo* re- **"‘*^“ ^® Unpriso nmenU man Inferior. 

I. Civil defence servRea are being • recruiting drive, rtlolng the age Huggto's United Party with 24 *e*u ported to have refused use of the 
reorganiaed. Umlla for olr crews and offering out of 30 in the Legislative AsMmbly.tbouse. The Provincial Secretary’s 



He was and disease a great evU that made 
enu man Inferior. I 



711 

YATES ST. 



Another algo of the lime* was IncenUve* to the way of com- ’ 

the announcement today that field mioskma and training. It now U- 



political oboervera said tonight. {Department requisitioned Leglsla- 
The United Party haacomrolledlUv^* Buildings for a reception. 



Marshs] Viscount Montgomery, Chief taking pilots up «e tbs sgs of 20 Boulhem Rhodesia Oovemment' Because crockery was short, the 
of ths Imperial General Staff, Is •>‘‘1 o^bef air ersw members to 24. 1934 n, 34 represent s guests hod to use paper cups for 

unable at present to leave London gain of ten. Liberals returned five! their coflee. 

bersuM of the urgency of complel- O Kv • and Labor one. compared with their' Banks explained: 

tog the new defence plans. yflVS l./OC*Lt*iriP respective pre-election 11 and five' "We did not know the delegation 

ADDITIONAL EQl’PIJifENT ' J ^ ^ month before ref islraUon [ coming to Victoria unlit a fort- 

Lord Mom,on..r» .nd other r ■> J lUU do«d, more thai. TflOO l.ew ^ht l^or. iher wm due to mtIy.. 

«r,l« ohiet. met Prime Minuter T aillll? KPCIS 

AUe.vod« It U believed the, dU.,* rdduton l lu ^ ; 

eioeed the emoviDt ot mone], Deeei. iyttawa rm, nee, rom. A h.. J _ 



Since 1934. lu 24 scaU represent s guests hod to use paper cups for I 
gain of ten. Liberals returned five! their coflee. I 

and Labor one. compared with their' Banks rxplalned: ' 

rtapocuve pre-election 11 and five ' "We did not know the delegation 
In the month before regiatratlon I w coming to Victoria until a fort- 
tuts cloaed. more than 7.000 new 'nlfht before they were due to arrive. 



voters were registered. 



euaeed the amount of money neces- OTTAWA. Sept. 16 iCFi. — Cflsn- Tpn AllwtrullDtlC 
aary for a supplemental estimate Canada are sUU Irytni x lUMl dllcUlS | 

to persuade displaced persons sr- t * Ef* 1 

rt Kb • rtving to the Dooiinloo to Join IV.lll6d HI iVllSllHp 

^Q\/G ■* Aktntlfl?!] Communist organisations or Com- 1 

Ody& lUllllalUd murnst-domlnated unions, but ihelrl BRISBANE. Sspt. 16 (Beuterii.- 

^ ^ ,, fflorts are not mMtlng with much Tm penons were killed and 16 

lirkoasAArl RAiXoll success, a Labor Deparuawil official Bijured when a motor vs- ^ 

rortcfl 1I.CC311 saw today. Bide carrying employms of tbs 

He said It U well known iftst AiistrslUn Air Force crashed 

WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 — communlsU meet special trains bito a bridge, overtumsd. and fsU 

The United Btatea today accused, displaced person* to em- into Burdeken River, North Queens- 

Romania's Communist Oovemment pi©yB,ent to various parts of the 

of forcing the recall of four members onmJnJon. While the trains are ln| Eleven other passeztgen were 
of the Amertran diplomatic mission staUon the Communists talkjdlghUy hurt. 

In Bucharest last week by charging doctrine to the new arrivals' 

them falsely with spying. «nd hand out Communist literature W? * 

The four— two officials of the The official said he was not swore lj(irS 

legation and two women clerks— -nf «ny Increase to IhU type of ac- “ 

were detained overnight by R®-< tivlty, which was not Illegal. ^Jtrktn 

manlan secret poUco to the dty of; The offlcal said the Cbmrounlsts ^-7eW/IL X-Ftrt.Elflt- 
Ohlrglu They were reportedly dt- u*ed tnduoemenU first on the new OTTAWA. Sept 16 CF>. — ‘The 
nled food and water for 16 hours j arrivala and someUmm threaUned number of foreign vehicles entering 
and otherwise treated In a manner violence. But they had fiUlt to show ^ travelers' vehicle permiu 



That was after all arrangements 
had been mads for the staff's holi- 
day. In addition, my wife and X 
had arranged to come to Loodon." 



Foreign Cars 



which the American Oovemment for their efforts. 

denounced os "inexcuoable." 

The complaint o( espionage was |a >4 * J a 

baseb on a charge that the four had DOdt /aCClOCIIl 
made photographs in a forbidden ^ 



area. Romania demanded that Ahty E'nfnl fg\ ITfvA 
be withdrawn. The United Sta^ » alal UI 1 IVV 
eompllrd with the demand but re- bt ANDREWS. N.B . te 



r tnetr erioris. Auguat totaled 406.026. a decline 

of OJ per cent from the August.) 

tnat ippiAp^nf 

lUctl I than tn Augiut. 1946. the Bureau of 

^ j Statistics said today, 

fltfll tn r 1VP During the first eight months of 

CliCtl UI live I this ysar the aggregate was U19.. 

BT. ANDREWS. N.B . tept. 16 KP). 970. an Increase of 7.1 per coni over 



compiled with the demand but re- bT. ANDREWS. N.B. tept. 16 (CFi. 970. an Increase of 7.1 per coni o 
Jected "os contrary to fsgt" thej^pive lumbermen were drowned the eame period of 1947. 
chart* that forbidden plcturm wire today when a small boat eapolsed 

School Cafeteri^^ 

Fraser Proieef Prices 

1 1 doVl E 1 IFIVL'E Ths right members of a lumber-| Victoria’s high school cafsiei 



F raser Project 
To Start Soon 



riX’^ Increase Prices 

Ths right members of a lumber-! Victoria’s high school cafsierlas 
Ing ersw srtrs rowing scroM ths have given In to Ute rising cost ef 
Iske to est ihtlr lunches on the food, but they stUI dish out meals 

oppoalta shore when a gust of wind for lea than 91 cents, the minimum 

overturned the boat. ito which the oales tax appUsa 

— - 1 At tb# school board mseUng lari 

K * * a f J f I night Mrs. R. A Beckwltb. chair- 

ItVOntS to llUlCI jmsn of tha education oommlUaa. 
wp sold prlcea had baen ralsad from 46 

UsSSfiy \.jOntrSl jiD 90 cants la Victoria High School. 



EMERGENCY 



I overturned the boat. ito which the salea tax appUsa 

NEW WESTMINSTER. BC, Sept ' 1 At tb# school board moetliK l*ri 

16 O) A start scon will b* made^ ... • - f f I J >* A Beckwltb. chair- 

on a 62.50U.000 river control program! JVltrfiltU Ifl llUlU jman ef tha education c*>m mm** 
at the mouth of the Fraser. Final ' n wp /•> * « # ■**** prlcea had baen ralsad from 46 

plans for the first unit now sre is.Cv. tjSSfiy \.tOfllrSt '10 99 cants la Vleimla High School.' 
being prepared by the Federal Pub- ’ VANCK>UVSIL, Sept. 16 CF).— The and from 90 to 40 cents in Osntral ' 
Ue Works Department under super- Kiwanls Club an- Junior High School. ! 

vlalen of District Engtoser K. W,' today a 99,006 amay oon-! The msal Includes soup, a main' 

M®rton. thl. Autumn for BrtU«b Co- oouiue. roU and butter, dmstrt and' 

T 'r >mbU s^ool chnd«m bstwacn the'mfik. 

In A^l hw *M»A U . 

be for construrUnn of a south topic ' ClUssnshtp Raepoaslbtllty | Cinchona bark, which preduesa 

extending some 1,400 feel towards, p. ^ pry*,jora" wlD bs qulntna. was ksown two centurtai 

U» mouth o( Ih. rtT.r Item 8 t»r.- j 8 „,mb»r , ofo . J-«lt bort 

itOfl. ' ; 5—: 

Completion of the project will 

give the river a fuur runoff which I »r^Bir I 

win keep the channel clear. ,1 »l»uikiv ■ 



BEAUTY EXPERTS AGREE THAT ONE NEED 
NOT BE BONN BEAUTIFNL TO BE 

Charming and 
Attractive 



Pink and white complexions are the prevailing Winter feshioiL 



Now wMi ooslar-lo-ipeo 

pLAfTic euni§ns 

^ HOME PERMANENT 



a*e«ur aa. 

flVrv *«rlm 



a«iia, 

M nrl»r» 



Deluxi KR $2^ 



Aristocrat Face Poardar 1 .fjo 

and 1.60 

Harriet Hubbard Ayer Cream Rouge 

1.00 and 1.60 

Harriet Hubbard Ayer Dry 
Rouge 1.00 



Harriet Hubbard Ayer Lipttick. 

1.15 and 1.60 



Liuuria Cream 
and 



1.10, 1.50, 3.00 
4.50 



With each purchase a generous size 
Luxuria Skin Lotion KKKE. 



Make your eyes a feature of beauty, too. 



Harriet Hubbard Ayer Eye 
Cream 1 . 



a.5o 



WIN A 
CAR.. 



NEW FORD 

or o biij cash I 
prize 



Harriet Hubbard Ayer Eyebrow 
Pencil .... - 55< 

Harriet Hubbard Ayer Eye 

Shadow .1.50 



Max Factor Eye Shadow .........75^ 

Max Factor Eyebrow Pencil 75<* 

Max Factor Eyelash Make-up.,.. 1.35 

Du Barry Eyebrow Pencil 50^ 

Du Barry Lath Beauty. 1.00 



LOANS 



BOTW* ISO, 1100, E300. tSOO. $1000 
ef HouoMOU) FtNANa without en- 
dnreer e or security. Up to 

24 months to repay in c oo ve Bit 
* squal moothly tnstalnento. 



GENERAL 

CHANGE 

IN 

TRAIN 

SERVICE 

BPPECTIVV 

SUNDAY, SIFT. 26 

Consult the Tkkri Agaat 



WASHING MACHINES 



WELL-KNOWN MAKU 



INGUS-THOR-GAINADAY 

AO Modob With or WHbori Pwop 
POPULAR PRlCBt TBRMt ARRANORD 

8RB THB SIO DISPLAY IN OUR 
SHOWROOMS TODAY 

c. J. McDowell 

Vktorta't FlanWng and Haadnc Canira 
1000 DOUGLAS 



It's wi*s to pratoct your aadh. Pey 
ovtrdus biDt, tcaaonol bilh, madlcai 
or enMfgency ex ps n am with yoor 
Houvmold PiKANca loan. 

If yau aasd cstra caah. 'pbane, 
writ* or cams In and sat us lai 
pnmpL, oowtaoqs ttUntkm bo yotn 
money p reblima. Well b* glad to 
brip youl 

Twm ri* rv raabf'-GMNb'* 



kt yem 

Estry Form 

PtOM THIS 
STORI 



Perfume of distinctiem — richly fragrant — evasively subtle. 



INTII 

Tht 

AIKA- 

SELTZER 

CONTEST 



Far ChildrsR’s 
Stomscli Upsets 



Guarlain Shalimar, per dram 3.00 

Guerlain L'Heure Blcue, dram .1.50 

Guerlain Liu, per dram 3.00 

Guerlain Sous le Vent, dram....... 2.00 

Guerlain Jicky, per rfram IKl^ 

Guerlain Mitaouko, per dram 1.50 

CaroD Ballodgia, per dram 3.60 

Lucien Lelong Sirocco, from .... 3.50 



VANEX HALIBUT LIVER OIL 
CAPSULES. Vitamin A will htlp 
keep the akin clear of blemishts. 
Health is the first requisite 4 CA 
to beauty. 100 captulei .1 b9U 



Lucian Lelong Tailtpio. from... 2.50 

Lucien Lelong Indiicrate. from 2.50 

Lanvin Arpege. per dram 2.75 

Lanvin Rumaur, per dram. 2.75 

Lanvin Scandal, per dram 2.00 

Lanvin My Sin. per dram . 2.00 

May be obtained from any Cunning- 
ham Drug Store, hut all ftorea do not 
carry aw’fgular stock. 



TALCUM POWD^. odors aweet 
pea. ro»e. gardenia and lavender. Fra- 
grant >nd refreshing. OCg* 

9-01. package fcOC 






USCNOLD 
FINANCE 



OLIVE OIL HAND CREAM, keep* 
hands ioft. white and alluring 0Agn 
16-OX. bottle . — OwC 


MILKCREAM 
dtrfni cJtansing 
Mb iar 


% 

BY KAHANE. won- 
cream 




1 




I 







V 



Mil-, u.xii.v eul.UMbT, WliuKIA. B.C. KKIUAV. SEPTEMBKR 17 , 194 « 



Partialh Blind Man Killed at Kail ( ros>In:! 



B<‘fore End of OHcdn 



- — With Additional Diathct Ntw« on Page 27 

\T otit Transfer D.]'.A. iUises 

Until I\ ecessary. OkcU States 

% ^ 

Until the Veterans’ Hospital in Victoria is filled to 
capacity there will be no patients transferred from here to 
the George Derby Health and Occupational Centre In Bur- 
naby. S. H Okell. assistant district administrator of the 



Honey left la ihc Arena lund U 
not upeciMl to Uat beyond October 
ihu year and abere the city goca 
from Uwrt haa not been decided 
Cxari eitUnaU of how much U 
will Uka to coisplata the a true tore 
to not available aUbough J. W 
Oatrrlnk, city building Im pec tor in 
charge of ronatrucUon Ihto year, haa 
given a "rough eaUmatc" of gas.OQO 
to sao.ooa. 



ceUancoua cuaU. Invoicea for ma- 
lerlato ouutandlng may nm aa high 
aa 120.000. The building InapecUv 
eatlmalea there to about gsoaoo ac- 
tual money toft. 

The atatemcnl Itota expendlturca 
-to date at |4H,120 and - ■ ■i -- 

to pay oo contracta aa 9175.410, leae- 
Uig a balance avaUahto of 587.9ai out 
of which a 910,170 payroll up to 
September i ar>d other eoaU muat 



Ball waa aei at 91.000 yraterday 
arhen Herbert Allen, an Ameilran 
rlUaen. waa remanded until Septem- 
ber 91 on a charge of rnahing a 
cheque for 919 which he knew to be 
forged. 

Re elected trial tn a police court 
but did not enter a ptoa 
Alan Peterton. 19-year-old naval 



one year and fined 



. Okell said there were some 171 patients in the 
Veterans’ Hospital at present. He said the occupational 
limit of the hospital in Victoria was about 200 

"Patients will be transferred only if and when it be- 
comes necessary," advised Mr Okell. "Any transfers that 
might have to ^ done will be carried out as judiciously as 
possible We are not going to work any hardship on any 
person if it can be avoided." 

Mr. Okell Mid velerco-pciienu 
with fcmllie* in Victnrto would not 
be trankferred under aru’ clrcum- 
niwncea 

At the end of laat month Mr Okell 
anttourK-ed the Veleram' Hoapitwl In 
Victoria waa becoming overcrowded 
and it might be found neceaaary to 
move aame of tlie Claaa VI potlenta 
to Burnaby. Claw VI patieou do 
not need arUvr treatment. 

Mr Okell aald yeaterday there waa 
aiwaya a greater number of patienu 
In the hoapltal during the Winter 
than in any other eeaeon of the 
year 



ahowa that expenditure and oon- 
aii -ion coat thla year amount to 
9190 IM9. with 9115.361 of tbU amunt 
guing for labor and aupervuion. 

About 9M.OOO to toft to pay for 
the reat of the conatruetton. feet of 
Charlea T Hamilton, consulting en- 
gineex, dtocounts on bonds and mu- 



9335.000 from the tale of debao- 
iiurea authorised by the Arena by- 
law May 37. Thara Is a good chance 
that the 9100 bonds will bring about 
too arul a fraction on the marksL 
This discount amooned to 92.6M 
oo the first Arena bond iwue of 
1150,000. 



ISO with the aitemauvt nf one 
month In )aU yrsierday after he 
pleaded guilty In police court to a 
ilalulory otfeiM?# 

Magistrate Rrruy O. Hall at|ld be 
took account of the accused's youth 
and good service record In pawing 
■entence. 



riNA.NCIAL RtrORT 

Tn he from mI« •! owmittrat ill WM at e*rf 

TWWJ . 



Price of Fish 
Expected 
To Increase 



Today’s (Question 

- Answer oo Page 4 
What is the Roaetta Stone 7 



aaeBNoco to osti: 

arcaiuci t 
oeaWMU 

a M WanUw 
b«an«u * Whiu. 

Bmatu a wmu, 

J. H M<n*« Ca . 

eMifk StM«l Mtlal WurW. U4. 
Cf. T. ■•BUIMii 

9- T. JItBiiUwa. leiS awtfunl 

OlKMini OvMnivrM, l«l UtiM 

•HBOnM 

Onttructioe. iMI — 



— Coloaut paoia 

Photo above ahewa where Martin Faa, 4t, 1135 Colville Road, waa kiUpd early yaetartUy after being 
atnick by outbound E. A N. Railway train. Croea ahowa where body of partially blind wian waa found. 
Hia toga were ecvered h>st above the anklet on other aide of crocaing. 90 feet away. Arrow potnta lo 



Ud. 

taa. (ntrul 



CaiuMllan bouaewivea were warned 
yeaterday by the Federal Ptshenea 
Department of impending increase* 
tn fish pneea. partlrularly fresh and 
froaen produeta. 

In Its monthly Trade New*, the 
department declared increasee In 
meat prices and condlUons favor- 
able to export of fresh and froaen 
fish to the United Ststes market 



Inquest Slated lor This Afternoon 
Into Death of Near-Blind Pensionei 



OOaiMITlU.VI* 

gwtaett a Whit*. t<M , k*l*nc« . 

U&CiLitM Cft . Lid. 

hacine artMt wtaoe* ouSMet I* leducuon for 

•cirk tfvbc ee cuvt «. 

J K. MclU* C«. Ud ImUoc* 

i j. MiOe««U 'PluaiMDe) 

. n. Mmum <be*Uae* 



PKAC HI.fi SC'ARi C 



THANK CTTY 

llivldenda paid by being poilu 
te vtattari to illmiraled by letlcrt 
from iouruta e\pre«*lng appreda- 
ilen of the way they were trealMl 
lo the city, aerording te Mayor 
Perry E. Geor^. 

The mayor reoehreid a totter yes- 
terday from Mr. and Mr*. Artbwr 
M. C'olemb »f fian Fraaetooe wktek 
uld; "We feel k to swr «sty Is 
write ts yes and expreae swr grotl- 
tsde U the praple nf Vleinrla fnr 
th« grand feellog nf ewwrteoy w* 
received everywhere wv went 
while vtolting year beawglfM efty. 
We hope te have that grewt ptoaa- 
are again." 



Pearhee wUl probably disappear 
from cit) stores by next week, city 
whole*aler» reported yesterday 
will Increase more than seasonably Okanagan-grown Italian prunes are 
toward Ihr end of the year " *aUo r«p«irled at the end uf their 

ft was stated canned flah eras noi season, but supplies on hand were 
expected to nse In price ' expected to be sufficient to keep the 

The squerxe on the consumer . local marxet in stock for some Ume 
budget Is resulting in more aelecuvei Bartlett pear.i will be in supply 
buying on a price basis, the depart- for two weeks and there will be 
men! sUted Fish pilrea were said p>nty of local apple*, the whole- 
tn have rttom coosldacabli tom dut- coniinwed Low auppim of 

ing the past year than those of mast poth cantaloupes and bananas were 
other food products, although sal- also predicted 

mon prten h.« rttfn SO p-r c™i| q, mn 

•bo., lut y«r. Irvrl. ,,, 

MORE CONfirMPTION jeoncluded 

"Coluumption of flahrry products 
during IB46 to expected to be 
greater than a year ago, ' the TVade 
News said "Ground fish fllleu will 
likely show the largest increase in 
domestic sales. Freah and froaen 
salmon sales are ruit likely to be 



A coroner’s jury at Thomson 
Funeral Home thu afternoon will 
conduct an inquest into the death 
early yesterday morning of Martin 
Faa. 41-year-old 
resldenl of Esquimau. 



and fireman of the train, because, 
they had not completed investiga- 
tions into the tragedy. 

Chief Gtancombe and Bgt Binan 
obtamed evidence on (he scene.; 
then covered up marks of the ac- 
cident. ' 

A doctor Who viewed the body at. 
10 am ye'-lerday slated death wa* 
not Inatantaneoui. probably occurr- 
ing a few hours afUr the mtohap. 
NF.AR HO.ME 

The accident occurred almost 
directly behind the victim s Colville 
Road home. He was apparently 
homeward bound when the collision 
took place. The Hutchinson Street 
crossing overlooks Gorge Vsle Oolf 
Chib, bordered by CoivUte Rosd on 
ihe south. 

Mr. Fsa is survived by hts »ife 
snd tons Harold. 30. In the navy, 
Clarence. 16. and Eric, IS 
Mrs. Faa was oonlined lo her bed 
yesterday from shock. The eldest son 
Harold was scheduled to errlve 
home on leave yesterday. 

Member* of the family said Mr 
Faa was In good health Poor eye- 
sight was his only Impairment He 
was not employed 
The dead man's family lived In 
Nanaimo before coming to Victoria 
seven years ago Prior U> living In 
Nanaimo, they were residents of FUn 
non. Manitoba. 



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Norwegian-born 
whose hal- 
tered body was found shortly before 
7 am. at the Hutchtoon Street cross- 
ing of the E 6: N. Railway. 

HU body with both togs aevered 
WM found only • few yard* tti ihe 
rear of hto hums The aicklcnt to re- 
ported to have taken place on the 
easterly aide of the crossing, and the 
body was found BO feet awsy on the 
west aide. 

Father of three sons and a pen- 
sioner, Mr Faa was partially blind 
HU while cane was found at the 
scene of the accident. 

Able Seaman Egtnace 8hu.vhack. 
of H.MCS. Ontario, found the body 
shortly before 7 am. yesterday while 
en route lo the naval barracks. Im- 
mediately foUawlng his discovery, 
he rushed to the nearest house and 
asked Mrs. Pat Jeeves. 1131 Lockley 
Street, to telephone police. 
POLICE CALLEll 

Chief of Police Gilbert Btancombe 
and Sgt James K Smart went to 
the arcldrnt acene arid conducted 
Investigations 



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THE PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS OF VICTORIA 

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MABTIN rAA 

BAN- olflcUU said yesterday the 
last train, a freight, toft the city at 
1:10 am. <Osyllght Saving Umo, 
bound for Nanaimo. The same train 
was due back In Victoria ihto morn- 
ing Company officials would not 
dlsrloM the nsmea of the engineer 



Safety of Students Said Vital 
In Event of Fire in Schools 



Leapip of Rose.s Forme 
As Social^ Service Gron 



"Lf the local firm would get their 
bolts approved, then, of course, we 
would buy (hem.** said Trustee 
Jcune 

W B DickJeaun. Ihe board's pur- 
chasing ageni. said two doxen of the 
bolU arrived yesterday from the 
East after being on order for aeveral 
months. Board members said these 
would cover requlremenu In most 
schnoU. 

M<'mberK of ihe Esquimau delega- 
tion wrre Mr. Briggs, W R. Roger. 
J B Rimmer snd A O. Martin. 

The board turned down iheir re- 
quest that It gusrantee that the 
'bolu be insialled in Esquinuit 
srhonU within 30 days 

R H Rmuh. irouruto and build- 
inirx supermtendent. pointed out that 
the bolU had not yet been examined 
land some of them might prove de- 
lecUve 



School board memberi agreed last 
lufhi that the rMponsibilily of 
teachers when there U a fire U to 
get studniu out of the building, not 
10 fight the Hte. 

"Safely of the students comes be- 
fore safety of the building." com- 
mented Trustee M. P. Paine. 

Truatee J. A. de Bnurcler said 
lesta had proved that Greaier Vic- 
toria echuols could be cleared ol 
sludenU from one minute 15 seermds 
to one minute SO seconds after the 
fire bell sounded. Tests were made 
with no previoua warning lo the 
students, he said. 

The board was considering two 
suggeailons for tire precautions by 
a delegation from the Esquimau 
Parent-Teacher Assorlatlon 

Members db-cussed tlie suggestion 
that carbon dioxide fire exUngutoh- 
ers be provided In echooto near the 
siage where plays are put on. and 
derided the Idea merited invesUga- 
UfW). 

ALWAYS DANGER 

I. M. Brigga. ^tokesman for the 
delagatinn. pointed out that there 
was always rtanRer nf a child’s dreas 
catching flra on the stage. 

"If teachara knew how lo roll a 
child to smother the flamM ex- 
Ungutohers wouldn't be necessary, 
•aid Trustee Waller Jeune. 

TnietM Paine pointed out that 
ftrepmohng of curtains and other 
Inflammabls materials on the stage 
"eausee a feeling of false aecurUy," 
since the processing ts effective only 
for a limited Ume. 

Mr. Briggs and the other mem- 
ben of the delegation took the 
board to task for not providuui 
enough panto bolU la ^ulmalt 
echooto. They suggested that the 
beard could avoid deUy In receiving 
orders by obtaining the bolu from 
a ksral firm rather than one from 
Ontario 
ONE-THIRD 

Trustee Benjamin Catoy aald the 
local Arm could inaniifaciure the 
bolu at one-third the oost of the 
Ontario Ann. but TtubIma Paine said 
they would have te be approved by 
Are authoriUea. 



7 ^^ 

HEANEY 



rrORK WITH 



PCRIWIGK HTILL WORN 



Increase of half-a-cent a gallim 
Periwigs. Arst mendoned in Eng- for furnace oil, making the new 
land in the I0ih century, are still [irire 14 9 cenU a gallon, was an- 
wom in eoun by English judge* nounced yesterday by the Standard 
and barrUtert. ,Otl Company of BriUah Columbia 



Tlte whlu rose of York and the 
red roae ot Lancaster twined anew 
last night when more than 60 
former resldenU of Lanrashitto and 
Ym-ksbUe met in the Y.M.C.A. to 
organlM a League of Rotes. 

Reginald Clarke, who conceived 
the Idea of the league, was elected 
president ot the newly-formed body, 
first of lU kind In Canada. 

Victoria members. de.»rendanu of 
the Houaea of York and Lancaster 
which fought for the crosm of Eng- 
land in (he 15th century, said they 
hoped their Idea would spread to 
ether cities In Canada where native* 
of the two Bngltoh counties are 
now living. 

The VtotorU League of Rn*CA will 



fUDctlon ae a social and service | 
organixaUoD. Members last night 
responded wholeheartedly to a sug- 
gestion that they contribute to the 
fight against poUmnyelitls. 

Other officers elected Included J 
T Lister, vice-preeldent: T H 

Fletcher, aecretar) , A Luke, treas- 
urer: Arthur Hlckford. chairman of 
membership committee. Mrs 
Dorothy Hawthorne, chairman of 
social cnmmiKee. Mrs Eva Luke 
chairman of sick committee. Mrs 
Flora Patton, chairman nf welcome 
commlKee 

The new League of Roses w'.ll re- 
place a Yorkshire Bocieiy which 
lunciinned in Vt<-inria some 13 >-esr: 

•gn 



BIGULAR RUG INIPICTION 

-Vaitoal Itoc* IMO** 



Shorter 

MEAN 

Shorter 



Your Autumn e.xjKiMire* need to he KmKfr lo C4i»- 
lure Ihe variations ol nalure at wnrk 



TH H Kb- PI KCP. WAf.NL'T Sl'lfh with 4-drswtr chest. dre» 
Hiih plate glass mirror and sr-lid end bed. In simple modern desi 
Priced St fllK. 

FOl'k PIfctK MMCHkD WALNUT SUITE ta waterfall 



Let 116 supply you with the more i»eiisilive films 
lo record the full fcale of crilor* of this Fall *eaM»n. 



From dozens of lovely 
suites you'll easily Bnd 
the suite you'll declare 
was built for your home 
among the big selection 
on the third floor of the 
Standard % 



★ XODAK SUPER XX 
if ANSCO SUPREME 

ILFORD H.P. 3 



bed fl4« 

4 PIKCfc sun b HI gemiHie htrd’s-eve mtple m golden finish, 
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rhesi ol drawers. Large square mirror BS4t 

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glass mirror snd drop-centre vanitv BBBB 

ATTRACTIVE 5-PlRCE SUITE, Limed Osh. snth plate ■ 

mirror BBBB 

PROVINCIAL STYLE BhDROOM PIECES m open strM-k 

Vanity .. BRB toO Chest BB4I 

Spool Bed B4«.80 Dresser . , B4I7 

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MBB 

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V'lLA MAPLE SUITE in provtnctal dd*i g n Five meres EBBt 



United Nations 
To Be Honored 



V»to Have Waited Vesrx for This 

POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY 

DIRKCTORY ISSUE 

4 Compleir Listing of all Photographi* 
Equipment 



A mewung of tha exacutlv* board 
of the United Nations Aasorlatjon. 
VtoUwta branch. yaat«rday cosiald- 
««vd arrmngemenu for Unilvd Na- 
tleew Day which wUI bt rotobrated 
throughout the world October >4. 

OonsMentioo was alao given a 
reaoluuon. prepared by the Virtosia 
branch and widely aiuloraed by 
branchas throughout Oanadto urgtnt 
the FMeral Oovemnent to iwe its 
Influanr* tn aacuring "a more 
keoadly honanitjuian treatmeot of 
the proltlsw of dligilaced peraons In 
■urope" 

The reooiuttop stated displaced 
parwma thoold be tmndtod tn ao- 
eord with the recmmeodatlons of 
5ha Mreey subouited to the aecre- 
Inry-tnoaraJ ol the United Nations, 
and aetordlnt to tlw aplrtl of the 
United NaUrns charter. 



Here are noted ju4t a few 
examples of Standard 
values: 



VICTORIA PHOTO SUPPLY 



RIGHT THROUGH 
YATES TO VIEW 



Photographic HeaHquorterM 

— ta SsMoea Bloch— 



lots DOUOLAt tT 





I 




THE DAl-LY COLONIST. VICTORIA. ^.C FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 



.1858 JJaila (SalimisBi n*s 



Berlin Revisited . . . 



B; UEBBLOCE 



AM INDEPENDENT NBWiPAPSB REUBD UPON THKOUOH 
NINETY YEARS OP FAIR DRALINQ 
Vtctons Owaed aad Opcfsud 

The Coloflitt Printing and PoblUbiBg Company Limited Liabiihy 



mting aoO roouamna company i 
1311 Broad Straat. Victoria. B.C 



MMmt m mt «anttr. si mr Mata Br ataO. Bnusa BMir* sad 4Mrtaaa MMlaMi. M 9m rear. 
mm Miia Ota«* Muiran SM mm tmmr. II. Tl mm Mata. 



PRIDAT. SEPTEMBER IT. ISU 



Soldier^g Action Conveys Lesson in Statecraft 

'HERE U something strangely moving If there were a little more of that spirit, 



soldier, who, dying from wounds in the 
Philippines, bequeathed his $10,000 insur- 
ance fund to a former JapaneM Kamlkase 
pilot who is on his way now to Lafayette, 
in Pennsylvania, to major in the liberal 
arts. Here, In the quiet Rction of one who 
had seen battle, is an object lesson in state- 
craft, in the understanding which trans- 
cends the human animosity, prejudice and 
ill will from which the world is suffering. 

It is interesting to note the reaction of 
the Japanese pilot who became the bene- 
ficiary of this strange will. He is reported 
as saying: **1 wish 1 had known him. If 
his body has been returned to America I 
must hasten to his grave. He had so much 
greater vision than we Jai^anese in the 
hysterical days of the war ... I want to share 
my opportunity with others (teaching). I 
believe that Is what he would have wanted." 

Much Ado About Butter 

A fter three months of embittered de- 
bate as to yrhether or not there would 
be a butter shortage in Canada this 
Winter, the Dominion (Government now an- 
nounces that importations from New Zea- 
land, Denmark and a third, as yet unnamed, 
coimtry will assure sufficient butter stocks 
for the nation's needs. A simultaneous 
suggestion outside of governmental circles 
that the celling price should be removed 
will hardly fit In with the public's temper In 
the matter. 

During the debate itself, in which one 
Cabinet member was saying one thing and 
another contradicting him flatly, the Im- 
pression was created throughout the coun- 
try that there would be a severe butter 
shortage for the consumera The Govern- 
ment acted to put a very high ceiling price 



of the nations at l^c Success and else- 
where this world would not be in the condi- 
tion it is at the present time. It would be 
difficult to Imagine two more outright 
“enemies" in war than the testator and his 
beneficiary would have been, had they 
come into contact. It would be hard to 
conceive a finer lifelong settlement of that 
feud between indivldiii^. 

Nations at their foundation are indi- 
viduals, and society will be what they 
make it. Fear, suspicion, distrust and the 
arms-length pattern of negotiation have 
not produced peace in the world. It is easy 
to point the finger In blame at one nation 
or at another. It is far more difficult to 
take the long view, as the dying American 
doughboy did, and so find a permanent 
peace which no one would seek to break. 
His name. Robert Johnstone, of Downlng- 
ton. Pa., deserves to be remembered. 



on the commodity, at the peak of its Winter 
level; and later to put a floor price under it, 
below which trading would not take place. 
Meanwhile the counter-debate on mar- 
garine ran its course, without fliuil action. 

When ail the shouting Is over, it seems 
that Canada's butter supply may bt, not 
must be. some 15.0(X),0(X) pounds below esti- 
mated consumption. Denmark and New 
Zealand have undertaken to supply 9,000,- 
000 pounds, of which Denmark will ship 
three-quarters and New Zealand one- 
quarter of that amount. Negotiations are 
proceeding to fill in the remaining gap 
through other importations. Thus the 
“shortage" would seem to be disposed of. if 
not Its effects. The public TrtU be on the 
alert now to see what will be the next move 
in artificial stimulation of a product 
claimed to be in short supply. 



Redurinfn Police Force Would Be P nor Economy 



R educing the numerical strencth of 
Victoria’s police force as proposed by 
Police C>>mml88ioner Gadsden is 
scarcely a practical or commonsense solu- 
tion to the city’s current financial problem, 
or one that is likely to commend Itself either 
to Mr. Gadsden's colleagues on the commis- 
sion or to the public generally. 

It is idle to single out the fact that the 
force has, almost doubled in five years as 
grounds for retrenchment next year 
Factors affecting law enforcement have 
changed vastly in the last half-decade. 
During the war the civil agencies had 
service police to assist them and could af- 
ford to hold their owti forces to a minimum. 
In five yean, too. the population of Victoria 
has almost doubled; working conditions of 
policemen have been ameliorated, largely 
by statute, and over and above these fac- 



tors growing traffic problems, likely to be- 
come worse rather than better, have made 
increases in the number of police unavoid- 
able. 

With a population currently estimated at 
65.000, Victoria City has a staff of 77 officers 
for active police duty, which works out at 
slightly more than one to every 1,000 popu- 
lation. As they are employed in three 
eight-hour shifts, however, that ratio does 
not present a true picture of the number of 
men available at a given time. A propor- 
tion of one to 1.25 police per 1,000 is ac- 
cepted as the minimum requirement In 
Canada, rising above the latter figure in 
thickly populated centres. It cannot be 
said, therefore, that Victoria is over-policed. 
On the contrary, there have been time* 
when the strength of the force has seemed 
sharply Inadequate. Amalgamation is the 
key. 



Letters and Excerpts 

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FIXED BT REGULATION 

Sir,— I Bm (reaUy pusiled at the paradoxleal 
attitude of the Government who. on the ooe 
band spend large euma of tazpayen' money pro- 
moting the tourist industry, whilst on the other 
hand allow slash to be burned at this time every 
year, whkb coven the entire Island with a thick 
pall of smoke euccessfaDy obUteratlng every 
■cenie beauty ipot they have gone to such trouble 
to advertise. 

Aa September la generally the moet weather- 
perfect month we enjoy. It eeems a very short- 
sighted policy to allow this burning which could 
very, well be postponed until the Summer and 
Fall months are definitely over. 

B C. BOUN. 

Townend Road. RJl. 1. Duncan, TX 

Bditor'i Note-<81ajih burning ts fixed by Pro- 
vincial regulation! mnder the authority of the 
. Leglalaturf . 

HISTORY 

8 lr.— Ten yean ago, in Beptember. tkSS. the 
Cvech Cabinet rcleaaed a etatement announcing 
the acceptance by the Government of the Anglo- 
French plan to meet OermanFs demand. In 
part. It reads that: 'The condition that the other 
Allies ^France) come in flnt and. moreover, 
only after the League of NaUons should have 
determined that Caecho-81ovakla was attacked 
and that Germany was the agfresaor. we found 
ourselves facing a ihraat of war. menacing not 
only the 8 tate but aaaoclated natloos aa well.” 

In other words, bereft of suppenn from both 
her Alllea the Ctecha submitted to Hitler’s will, 
fan order to avoid a gentral oonflafratlon. Bo 
history should read, but propaganda and bias 
have distorted the facta, creating the legend 
Which Chamberlain the great betrayer. 

'The press, at the time, barely, If ever, men- 
tioned the Caech statemeot. and the Ul-lnfonned 
pohUe failed to refer to the records of the Bee- 
retarlat of the League of Natloos which published 
the fan document. 

ntlar. tadssrt. p n aaaiaed a deep knowledge of 
hOMB Mntallty when ha wrote; *Thc bigger 
Ba Um mMm M Is aoeepted.” 

W. FAatBAIHM. 

TMoeM. aOL 



CELAJTDINBE 

Sir. — As a "Kentish Man" now away from Eng- 
land for 38 years, I was sxtremely InteresUd in 
the "Holiday" magazine for Beptember artlelc 
which referred to Victoria as "Canada's City of 
Gardens." 

X spent a glorious five weeks In Kent, England, 
this Spring. If. as "Holiday" says, Victoria Is liks 
that for nine months, then most definitely we 
must come to Victoria. 

I would Se very happy to hear from any of your 
readers who. perchance, might 11 $! to have some 
English celandines to grow in their gardens. I 
shall be happy to send some to them. 

I would also be happy to hear from any honest- 
b>-goodneas gardener who is an orgsmlc enthus- 
iast or who would like to be an organic gardener. 
Letters will be welcomed by 

PHILLIP 8 . WELLS. 

M Seventh Avenue, Raddoo Heights, NJ.. USA. 

Thr Quality of Mrrcy 

Th» quality of mmy is not itrain'd. 

It dropptth at th* yentle ram from hrovrn 
Upon th* piac* hrntath: rr is ru;ice bitu'd: 

It bltufth htm that givn and htm that taket: 
'Tit miqhtittt tn thr rmghtint: it becomes 
Tht thronrd monarch brttrr than hit croum: 
Hit scf^rrr ihou’s thr font of temporal pooler, 
Thr attributr to atvr and mairtty, 

Whrrtin doth ttt thr drtad and Irar of ktngt: 
But mrrcy it above tht scepfred tu>ay. 

It IS enthroned tn the heartt of ktngt, 

It tt an attribute to God himtelf. 

And earthly poivrr doth then $how hknr Cod’t 
When meny eeatont futtiet. 

— SHAKESPEARr. 
(From The Merchant of Venice.) 

Give me your tired, your poor. 

Tour huddled masses yearning lo breathe free , . . 
Bedd these the iwxnelaaa. tempest-loseed. lo bm, 
— Inscription. STATUE OP LIBERTY. 

TTwri Is DO vulture Uke despair,— GRANVILLE. 

A gansroot prayer Is nsvsr presented tn vain. 

— U BTEVENBOIC 



By E C. gHEPHERO 
Avtstiea Rzpert, Leodea ianday Ttees 

L ondon. — western Europe la 
standardlalnf her air foresa 
The ultimate aim is interchange- • 
ability of aircraft and equipment, so 
that any group of allies emerging 
from the talks of western union will 
be able to interlock their defence 
services In a way hitherto Impossible. 

Klstory will note that after the 
World War all tbs democracies turned 
In greater or leaser degree to thoushts 
of mutual aid. Germany bad taught 



no longer a defence against aggression 
but, on the contrary, almost InvlteA 
attack. Picking i^ums one by one had 
become the attacker's practice In two 
world wara 

Military hlstohans, too, will note 
that hurried alliances arising from 
sudden acts of aggression usually 
broke down because of lack of eo- 
ordination and vital dlfXerences In 
equipment 

Between the French and the British, 
in ItSO, there wss ttttle attempt at 
standardization. The two air forces 
used different aircraft, fuel grades, 
and calibre of ammunition tn their 
guns. The hard-pressed Royal Air 
Force could get little from the Armee 
de TAlr, or vice versa. Even engin- 
eers' spanners were of different alses. 
It took three years of a Joint Anglo- 
American war effort to bring even the 
United SUtes and British air forces 
into, some sc^ of rough itandardlaa- 
tlon as to guns, engines and opera- 
tional techniques. 

BRITISH CRAFT CHOSEN 
To avoid a recurrence of the 1039 
poslU(m, the nations of Western 
Europe have now chosen British jet 
aircraft to re-equlp their fighter 
squadrons. Three types have so far 
been picked— the De HavUland Vam- 
pire, Oloster Meteor and Vickers At- 
tacker 

SwlUerland, Sweden and Norway 
have all taken delivery of Vampires. 
Holland Is using Meteors, while France 
and Belgium are inquiring about all 
three rraft. 

Inside the British Commonwealth, 
of course, desired standardisation has 
already been achieved. Australia U 
making her own Vampires, Canada 
buys them from Britain, and the Union 
of South Africa has her Meteors. 
Turkey and Iran have recently had 
Meteor demonstrations and the Shah 
has been on a tour of aircraft factories 
in Britain. 

It is a compliment to Britain’s air- 
craft Industry that. In all these wide 
moves for standardisation, only Brit- 
ish aircraft have been considered. 

Circumstances have admittedly been 
on the side of United Kingdom manu- 
facturers. Only two western countries 
have any aircraft industry worth 
speaking of— Britain and the United 
States— and since most of Europe is 
suffering from a dollar ertals. the 
choice might appear a forced one. 
Nevertheless, had not Brltain'a ]eU 
been as good as they are 1 doubt that 
the Scandinavian countries would 
have choeen them if they had not 
been 100 per cent reliable, and the 
other countries also would have cer- 
tainly postponed spending large sums 
of money. No state In today's stringent 
tlmaa can afford to buy blindly. 
WORLD'S BEST FIOmTHS 
The truth is that Europe's desire 
for standardized air defence forces has 
coincided with the svailablllty of what 
are currently the world's best fighter 
aircraft It may. from point of view 
of world security, be a valuable 
coincidence even though reculUng 
standardisation has been concentrated 
only on defence, which menace* no 
one. 

The Royal Air Force squadron of 
Vaznplraa which has just returned 
from a North American tour gave the 
point to Europe's choice by Impress- 
ing Canadians and Americans alike 
with their manoeuverabtllty and free- 
dom from maintenance worries. 

I spoke to s United State* Army Air 
Force pilot recently and he sumqsed 
It «p by saying: "Our aircraft are 
faster than Vampires, but are not so 
handy, while Meteors have It over us 
on all mints. As for engine hours 
between checks. I gueu wt have 
got to hand It to British engines." 
— N.A.N.A. 



Today’s Answer 

Qucetlon on Peg* t 

A slab of black basalt covered with 
Inscriptions tn three different charac- 
ters. the Greek, the sacred and the 
common written languagee of Egypt. 

Looking Back 

Through Colonist File# 

/to ^ YEARS AGO— The el^ will 
/j ask the Provincial Oovem- 
^ moot either to pay taxes on 
its property in Victoria or make an 
annual grant in lieu of this revenue. 
The ProvlDCt's properly In the elty 
forms three per cent of the total 
■isetnaent figure. 



^ ^ TEARS AGO — Com|datnU 
^11 have been made that crowds 
' of boys coogregate in the 
vicinity of tHh orchards on Rupert 
Street and, besides ruining the fnilt 
trees, endanger windows and eyte by 
throwing fV»«s and using slingahots. 




"B* It Ever So HumbU, Th*r«'s No Plsc* Like Hon*" 



FrGm Canada’s Capital . 



By HAROLD DINGMAN 

O 'TTAWA. — In the radio world 
the Indelicate word "sUnkcr" was 
applied to Station CJBC. the key out- 
let of the Dominion network of th* 
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 

It enjoyed little advertising revenue 
because it had a listener-rating as 
close to serO'Zero aa any station could 
have and still operate. Of course It 
was financed by your income tax pay- 
ments and the C-B.C. was not much 
concerned with revenue. Bui the 
absence of listeners shamed the man- 
agement. 

It was finally decided that all the 
vexing problems of CJBC could be 
solved by obtaining a new broadcast- 
ing channel. That is. CJBC wanted 
a new and more favorable place on 
the radio dial. But there were no 
ehannals available, sot good cmes 
anyway. 

The C.B.C. then decided to seise 
(by doubtful Uw) the best channel 
In one of the richest advertsing 
markets In all Canada. CJBC operates 
in Toronto and covers a big arta of 
thickly-populated Ontario and parts 
of the UBA. 

CJBC was operating at 1010 on the 
radio dial. It decided to lake over 
800. But 880 was operated by CFRB, 
one of the biggest private radio sta- 
tions. 

There was only one way for C3.C. 
to obtain 880, and that was by using 



s loaded blackjack and clubbing the 
private station out of business. 

Therefore C.B.C. sent s notice to 
CFRB saying "get off channel 880. 
You have no authority to be there 
It's a good channel and we demand it." 

CFRB protested, but it did no good. 
The C3.C. controls the licensing of 
CFRB (and all other stations) This 
U the loaded blackjack. The private 
stations do as the C B C. Instructs, or 
they go out of business. 

CFRB Tscated channel 860 and 
moved to 1010. The old swltcheroo. 
The private station wu sunk into the 
channel where CJBC had been a com- 
plete failure. 

It cost the private station $500,000 
to make the move, but the C3.C. 
gracloualy permitted the management 
to increase Its power to 50,000 watts. 
Previously CFRB had operated at 
10,000 watts. 

The CBC. took eonalderablt satU- 
faction in Informing the private sta- 
tion that although It waa permitted 
to go to 60,000 watts, this would not 
Increase its coverage. Thai is, what 
It prcvlouily reached with 10.000 power 
would not be Improved by five times 
that. 

Last week the CBC started a 
shameless series of sdvertlsmeg^ in 
daily newspapers Turn the dim to 
860. the ads urged, for the "clearer" 
channel. 

For the private station H meant 



that many years of work and advsr- 
Using to develop a listening audlcnoo 
on that channel had all been wuied. 
Or. not wasted altogether, th* Oov- 
eniment station would reap the har- 
vest. 

As everyone knows, the C3.C. is a 
Crown corporation and for some rea- 
son tt has been given absolute power 
over all other stations. On many pre- 
rloua occasions Its behavior has been 
autocratic and dictatorial. The selsure 
of a developed radio channel reached 
a new high tn arrogant Indifference 
to the welfare of private statlona 

No one argues the right of the 
Federal Government to expropriate 
property as It needs It. But never to 
my knowledge has the Government 
seised property without making soma 
compensation If you own a building 
and the Government takes tt over, 
you get paid In cash 

The private radio station got noth- 
ing. 

The C B C. claimed, of courae. that 
when CFRB was originally allowed to 
operate on 880 it had been notified 
that eventually U would have to 
Tacate that channel. The manage- 
ment of CFRB says no such notlflca- 
Uon wu ever given, and that year 
after year the station wu encouraged 
to spend big money to develop. Would 
this have been done with prior knowl- 
edge that the Investment would be 
wuted? Not likely. 



Quackery of the Electronic Age Observation 



By THOMAS R. HENRY 
Setanee Editor, North Amertesa 
Newspaper AHlaoee 

W A8HINOTON. — The electronic 
ag* hu brought the "electronic 
quack." The extent to which this 
quackery hu advanced wu revealed 
lo the American Congreai of Physical 
Medicine here by Dr. Irvin Kerlcn. 
medical ofliotr of the United States 
Food and Drug Administration. 

Utterly arorthtess devices %n being 
sold to the credulous public with 
utoundtng claims and a.t enormous 
prices by the new invaders of the 
shady borderline of medicine, Dr. 
Kerlen revealed, and some of the 
sellers sua so clever that It la difficuH 
to put them out ot buslneu. 

The devices sold by these "un- 
principled adventurers," Dr. Kerlen 
said, not only do noigood but cause 
persons with serious lllnesaes to de- 
lay consulting reputable physicians. 
Among others, he described: 

"A vapor bath system, consisting of 
certain non-volatile drugs and pluml>' 
Ing connections between a generator 
and bath eabineta, which could be 



purchased for 83.300. It is recklessly 
represented u effective for diabetes. 
sbaeesB of the lungs, decay of the jaw 
bones and blood poisoning. 

"A device for Internal bathing, 
priced at 11,190, wu offered for treat- 
ment of uthrttia, rheumatlMn. neu- 
rttia, high and low blood prtasure. 
toxic heart conditions, ulcers of the 
stomach and bowels, colitis, ehroolc 
appendicitis, gall - bladder troubles, 
lumbago and a host ot Ills. 

"Another flsgranUy misbranded de- 
vice is s 1.000-wstt lamp In a cabinet 
supplied with different colored glasses 
to fit an aperture through which light 
bathes the patient. With the head 
pointing toward the north the patient 
receives ‘tonatloni’ at favorable time* 
of the day with a 'favoreeope' supplied 
to correct for solar, lunu, terredUal, 
radiant, and gravitational Influences 
based on the vlbrsnt-breath phe- 
nomenon as adapted from Yogi. This 
lamp, appearing more marvelous than 
Aladdin's, wu not for sale To ob- 
tain it. one had to join an inatllute 
for a fee of $90. Through this scheme." 
Dr. Kerlcn declared, "we know that at 
least 8.000 lampa were distributed." 



Car: 



By a R. 



0 ^ TEARS AGO — ITtc gunboat 
^ j Orappier will leave for the 
^ North In the ooniae of the 
week, eonvey tn g a party of men to 
relieve those who have been enfaged 
te the sunrcylnf ship’ Beaver. 



A Royal Air Force plane is reported 
to have exceeded the speed of eound, 
approximately 730 mllee an hour. The 
telegraph carrying the newe, however, 
beat that. It circled half the globs 
in leu than a second. 

• • • • ■ 

A rkh man Is ewe wtie lai*t afraid 
is ask the elerh U shew him eecncUitng 
cheaper. 

tn root Ut9 there are fern •mnerr and 
mmnt "weyer'a" 

An inspector boarding a bus was 
surprised to set the conductor ettUng 
at ease amoklng while a paaunger wu 
eollecting the taree. 

Inspector — What does this meanf 
Yon tiUtng there and a passenger d<v 
ing the work? 

CesMtocter-^Tbars alright He aanY 



pay hH fare, to I'm making him work 

his paeaags. 

"Do you love me, darling?" 

•Tfott know I do. Harry " 

"Barry? My same’s Bam." 

"Of eoursel 1 keep thinking today 
1i Monday." 

THE BE1X8 or HEAVEN 

Twould ring the beUs of Heaven 
The wUdeet peal for y^ar*; 

If Parson lost hi* aenae* 

And people came to theirt. 

And be and they together 
Kaett down with angry prayeca 
For ahamed and ababby Ugera, 

And dancing dogs and bears. 
And wretched blind pit popte*. 
And little hunted harea 



T he easier a man's job, the mors 
Hme he hu to become dlseatisfled 
with It . . . The moet effeetive pubfie 
speaker is one who keeps hie expendl- 
turs of words well below hie tneome of 
Ideu ... "Ail this talk of juventle 
delinquency smueoe me. I wish X were 
young enough to be a iwenUa. delin- 
quent.” an aged Fairfield resident 
remarked to a neighbor . . . During 
the depression butcher stores sold 
hamburger at 10 cents per pound. 
Customers accepted the price, but 
questioned the hamburger. Today 
they accept the hsmburger, but qum- 
Uon the price . . . Living costs soar, 
and ahoppers are eore . . . Victoria 
is not the only elty with high bus 
farea The Kansu City Public Service 
Company charges 13 eenU cash, or 
three tokens for M eenta . . . From 
The Windsor Dally Star: "One of the 
moet faeelnatlog pieces of humbug 
theet days centres on the popular 
tjeertion that prices are whirled up 
because those with surplus cash ar* 
wllUng to hid blghsr and higher ter 
scarce goods. The onus, apart from 
higher eoete of materials and wages, 
is placod on an impaUent demand 
backed by well-lined pockets. Pricu 
are not increased because of compeU- 
Uve blddmg at the customer and. 
They are' marked up. with avarlee 
and opportunism aforeihooghl, by 
thoea who have eontrol of the supply. 
The customer pays what he 1* asked 
to pay. or goat withovt. A food many 
peraone would be happy to experi- 
ment with an exccas p^ta tax. ona 
of too per ecnX no last." . . . Dominkm 
Boiaau of Stattstica figure* show that 
stock! of butter are far kmar 
they were a year ago. but how much 
butter to betng tucked away in domea- 
tlc and raataurant rafrigeraten to 
somellUng hard to asUmato . . . Bei- 
entlit* dto eof w ad another apadm at 
moaqslio. Sash a find aaama entirely 
annaoWaary ... A boy of five know* 
an th* goertloiM. and a Md of IT 
knows all the anrvenL 



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THE DAIUY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. KRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, I'm 

Yj ( 'onuKx ( reaniery Agrees 

news | 7 ’o Drop Feed Bminess 



o«w br-l»w. HUd he «xp*ei«d odttM h»d tpem % vrMi ct 

lo be kbit u> pr«Moi U kt tbt aot conc«mnt«l effort in lu prtp»r»- 



Odd Rainbow 



meeting He obetrrtd (hot the com-j Uoo. uMt it wm thepluc up nic*))'. 



Amarr« Park»villr 

P ARKBVILLE, Sept 19— An 
unueukl itfhi vm ob- 
terved by eeverai PkrkavUU 
recidentj when the moon «ud> 
denly c«me (rocn behind live 
cioudi during k heavy khower 
of rkin The oomblnktlon of 
moonlight and rain caueed a 
perfect night rainbow to form 
in the northweetern tky in a 
zomplete arc. Thoae who 
auneaaed the pheruimeiion 
»ald they had ivever before 
aeen a rainbow formed by 
moonlight. * 



ancoiiver 



ILLkfiHONE UEACON ^44^ 



From ColooUt Corrc9pun<icnts 



OOURTKNAY. Sept 19 — The 
Caenoa Creamery AaaociaUon will go 
out of the teed bualneka, it waa 
decided kt the armi*annual meeting 
of memben Rekaona for the daci- 
alon. according to C- B 8 Walla, 
director, were the amall margin of 
profit from that phaae of the aa- 
aoclaUon'a openUona. ptua a feel- 
: K that greater benefit would ac- 
,cnia to membera If more emphaau 
were laid on deicelopmeni of the 



Appoint Group 
At Parksville 



A reaoluUon covering the dec talon 



maetlivg waa held by the Parkavtlle 
Community Hail board to dlacuaa 
the policy and program for the new 
hall during the Winter, and to 
make arrangementa for aporta actlvt- 
ties there It waa decided to form 
a community centre aaaoclation. and 
a prortiionai council of three ap> 
pointed at the meeting included A 
Butler. J Ryan and C Ballard The 
preaeni hall board wlU form the 
fire eiecuUvc for the lime being, and 
:helr will go ahead with plana to prepare 
Col* the hall for aporta aa aoon aa poa* 
ober Mble. 

E ih The complete kaaociauon will be 
the comprised of representatives of varl* 
men out locad organitaliona. and Sep- 
and tember 27 waa set as the dale for 
a meeting which the delrgales are 
rnay to attend, and a permanent council 
d aa will then be set up. The matur of 
(lUh flnaavcea was discu»ed. and the 
meeung was in favor of charging 
tried association fee bi order to keep 
expeiises aa low aa posalble for those 
particip:>img in the aporta acl.viti'' 
.t.nrt ties for the aeaaon Much interest 



Members Join 
Colwood Unit 



pKitjorm 
oj fashion 



LADYSMITH, Sept 19 Juaeph 
Grouhel. 8r , tendered hia raslgna* 
iloi as fire chief and building in* 
spector at a meeting of the city 
council. Mr Orouhel has accepted a 
poaltlon which 



requlra hu full 
time Hu new dullea started Titurs* 
day at the H R Mc&tUlan pulp mill 
under conatnicUon at Boat Harbor 
The council expressed appreciation 
of the work accompUalied in the de- 
partment by the retiring fire chief 
A committee of the two depart* 
menta Involved kas delegated to 



ttgair grey fsedg 

tuc^« 

fr«.n tuadf 
ileti $ufJ* 






Attractive Nanaimo Fair 
Draws Many Spectators 

NANAIMO. Sept. 19 — Nanaimo Friday and Saturday aessiona to 
and DUtrkt Agriculture and HorU* ' bring larger crowda. 
culture S'X'letys annual Fall fair Local merchanu’ dupiaya were 



Fulford .Mfrchanls 
Plan Fihhing Dfrby 

G anges sepi. i9.--puiford 

Harbor merchanta will 
hold their first aalmon derby 
on Sunday. RegUtraUona will 
be received at 9 a m and fUh 
will be weighed at 2 90 pm 
No entry fee will be charged 
Pri7.es include a cup donated 



CHEMAINU8. Sept 19 —Funeral 
vervicae for the late Johan Adolf 
Hammer. 79. were conducted by Rev 
A E Longfellow in St. Mtchael'a 
and All Angela* Church on Wednes- 
day Mr Hammer waa bom in 
Norway, and was an employee of 
the Victorta Lumber Oo. LM . Che- 
malnua. from 1929 until he was 
auperannuated last July Hr pa^ed 
away in Chemarnua General Hos- 
pital lagl Saturday. 



tfiihion r/oiei the Aecl. epem the loea 

JtrtcU gioneet lit a Jainty ankle rn thn 
flirloimut new piatform anklet . . . reflecting 
the new elegance of the teamen. 



Parksville Names 
Couneil Officers 



IS lor D I g g 0 n ' s 
wherd supplies for o 
Bridge Porty or Fur- 
niture for O Corpor- 
ation Office con be 
obtoined with equoi 
sotisfoction 



couver. a px) and reel f mm 
Fulford General Store a boa 
>f ftihlng tackle provided by 
Fulford Inn. and a number of 
other artlclea. 



PARKSVILLE. Sept 16 - Allan 
Anderson waa named prfeidenl of 
the Btudenuf Council at Park.ville 
High School, mrreeding Jaqueltne 
Haratone Othera elected to the coun- 
rll were Vire-preMdeiit. Joseph 
Stanhope, secretary. Patricia Har- 
stmie; girls’ spciru repreaentatlve. 
Marion Bullock, and boys' aporta 
representative, Nell ScotL 



Port All)erni Briefs 



Wealher Forecasls 



Nanaimo Loses 
Island Pioneer 



PORT AL8ERN1, Sept 16,-UBB 
R P Keller, a devttnyer cacort vessel 
In command of UeuL L. A Bell. 
eSNR will arrive here at 9 a m. 
on September 26, and depart the 
next morning 



East Coast of Vancouver Island - 
Variable cloudineaa, clearing by 
winds with tittle 



noon 

change In temperature 
Weal Coast of Vancouver Islaiwi— 
Clear In morning, cloudy by lau 
afternoon. Winds northwest 15 
mpii with little change in tem- 
perature. 



New Athrrni Officer ' 

ALBERNI. Sept. J9 Provincial 
Alberni City 



NANAIMO, Sept 19 — George 
Arthur Roaewsll 96. a native son of 
Nanaimo who spent all of hla life 
here, died Wednesday afternoon In 
the house he waa bom in on Comox; 
Road 

On the day lie waa born his father 
was sinking a shaft for the old 
Northfield Mine, two miles north of 
He served In the Great 



Police 

Council by letter that an additional 
constable had been added to the 
Alberni detachment 



The Tldewaier Lumber Company, 
rerenily purchased by Gibson Broth- 
ers. Ltd . has made applicatinn to 
the City Council to purchase a block 
of waterfront property for future 
e«pa ns ion 



Associated Stores 

EFFECTIVE FRIDAY aad SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 and 18 



Mavnr Lnran K Jordan will sign 
so agreement wllh Lrveal No. 61S. 
r«'ivnief» and Jnlnem oJ America, 
fixing a pay*ra'e of II 66 per hour, 
and pav and one half for overtime 



Nanaimo 

War overseas, and waa wounded on 
three different occaalona In France. 

He b recalled by many persona as 
the proprietor of Rnaewall'a con- 
fectionery and newsstand on Comox 
Road which business he sold several 
rears ago and retired 
Hu first store at Nanaimo waa in 
the old Windw Block, which later 
became the Plaaa Hotel 

widow. 



A reconduinned grader wilt be 
puirhseed by the Alberni City CVtUD- 
rll at a coat of tlJKiO 



Rice Kritpies 

Koliogg't 



PACIFIC 2 
MILK 48 



COBBLE HILL. Sept. 19 -Bur- 
glars who broke into Barry's Oarage 
early Wednesday morning used a 
tmlley from a welding outfit to 
wheel the office sate to the fair 
grounds, where they opened It with 
an oxy-acetylene torch and a sledge 
hammer from the premises. They 
stoic 170 In cash, but left negotiable 
choquea and bonds. Frnvinrlal Police. 

believe the 



Alberni Dutrici Badminton Club^ 
will meet In Alberni Athletic Hall 
next Tuesday U> elect officers Due In 
ta< k of space for games, membership 
wtU again be limited 

9 9* 

Aid George Fulkard cnUriied a 
Canadian Fb-eas report that Alberni 
DUdlct Arthritic Committee intend- 
ed to build a clink for L. F Green, 
lay practitioner He said no such 
action waa contemplated without full 
approval of the Provincial Govern- 
ment. 



Velvet 
2>'4 H. 



He la survived by 
whom he brought from England aa 
a war bride after the Armiattce waa 
signed, a son. Norman. Nanaimo, 
and a brother. Charles, Prince Ru- 
pert 

He was a member of the Canadian 
Legion here. The Weetwood Hint 
Chapel U in charge of funeral ar- 
rangements 



Clear 

20 nr 



SCIENTIFICALLY 

PLANNED 



who are tnveaUgatlng, 

«afecrackert used glovaa on the >ob 



Not • mitiutr lost, not a mo\c- 
tuent wasted as your car rolls onto 
Witaop's Service Way, Jl's con- 
trolled sernre. from the moment 
your car's needs are diagnosed 
until ft returns to you. prompt on 
the promised hour. From adjust- 
ment to overhaul, there's a special- 
ist for every operalKm 

VICTORIA’S LARGEST SERVICE WAY 



DOG FOOD 



Eagle, 

Sweetened 



The Unk between Brown Road and 
Beaver Creek Road will In future be 
known aa Chapman Road after Gor- 
don Chapman, who was fclUed In 
action during the World War 



Parksville Club 
Organizes Dinner 



Classic Cleanser 3 tins 25 



BAKER'S PREMIUM 

CHOCOLATE » .u 



P ARKS VILLE Sept 1 9 — Parks- 
vlUe KInamen Club will held lla 
annual meetirig and election of of- 
ficer! on Friday Rudy Alexander of 
Nanaimo, dlattici deputy govemor. 
will officiate Preceding the installa- 
there will be a 



Claude Campbell, tnapector of ‘ 
kchnola, doe* not believe the Provlo- ' 
elal Department of txibor wtU favor * 
a plan of the Alberni Ralepayeca'M 
Aaaoclation that an addition to Al- ' 
berni Klemeni&ry School be earned,' 
out by day labor Ratepayera feel the,' 
eight room! required cannot be 
added for the Mtlmated eoct of ' 
1160,000 through an ordinary eoo- 
Iraci. ‘ 

■ • • I 

Mayor Jordan reported in the Port , 
Alberni City Council that an un-| 
named person who told lead pipe 
belonging to the dty had agreed to| 
pay for It. Be explained the pipe 
had been loaned for ballast purpneea i 
to tha mao eonrerned. and that ai 
local firm waa also Involved 

• • • i 

A request from trustees of Alberni 

School District. No. 70. that tha city) 
dispose of a 620.000 bond issue tor| 
school construction s UtUe at a Umei 
Instead of in a block, will be oon*i 
sldered by the Port Alberni C1ty| 

Council The board will dUpoae of' 
an equal amount and has asked the' 
City of Alb^ml to follow suit 

• • * 

Alleged sttempU by organlarrs ap- ' 
pointed through the tntematlnnal | 
director of orgsniaera. I W A, to un- ; 
dermine confidence of the member- j 
ship M British Columbtk District | 
No. 1 in Its isaderehtp brought daft- ' 
one and open oppnsltloo from t»calj 
No 1-16. t W A The local deckled to* 
withhold payment of the per capita' 
tax to union headquarters at Port- 
land. Ore. pending elarlflcatton and' 
agreemenl on matters pertaining to 
dlstrirt autonomy. 



Spaghetti 



Shortening 



SUNFLOWER PINK 



tion c^mony. 
dinner and program arranged by B 
Creighton and R Stoval. who are 
In charge of entertainment Invita- 
tions hsve been sent to Kinsmen 
end Kinettes from other Island clubs, 
and the event will be held at the 
Masonic Haa 



Aylmar, 
20 or 



Macedoine 



Choice, Rizc 3 
20 oz. 



Diced Carrots 



Aylmer. 



The Oldest Name in Scotch 
-Famous for J 21 years 



Tomato Soup 

CampbeH't, 10 oz 



Pineapple, Columbia. 
24 oz 



Nanaimo Vocational School 

NANAIMO. BC. 



CEREAL 



ruli tt«i* Say aoaraM an ■ftarak m Aiu« Marbanica saS Diaaal knfinaarlae 
la a>u««tU «ka Sava aMsalatae OraSa IS Nisa arhoAl * 

A»pllr«tlMM alM«M ba aialtae a* anva Im. 

omarroR oe TtcnrncAL SDorsnoe, 
parr oe •nw-ATiow 
viCToiUA. ac 

bwaiS aiNl n — b PnmSM in Swea r n aae DanuMery ai SI IS far Day 



Aylmer, Strained 



Coconut 



Granulated. 5 Iht 



Windsor 



Paper Napkins, 

;ov 



Granulated, 10 lbs 



KLONDIKE 
• NIGHT • 



FRUIT DEPT. 

6, .21 



MEAT DEPT 



HAIG O MAIC 



LEG OP LAMB. 
VS'hoIr or Half. Ih 



SUNKIST 

GRAPEFRUIT. 126’t 

SUNKIST 
ORANGES, .U4'9 



,«ui9 to.«»‘^*®**^aoTTuc.H 



SHOULDER LAMB 
Whr.lr or Half, lb 



OK 

POTATOES 



LOIN LAMB CHOPS 



Don^t be Vague 



September 17 



Mew grmedy Astomdsl 

Brings ^osfar raltaf fa 
mi—ry— apaa da haaling 

ECZEMA -RASHES 



WEALTHY APPLES 
40 1b. box 



BREAST LAMB. 

lb 



HAIG f> HAIG 



GAMES AND FUN FOR ALL 
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 



SBKKFfTt TO KAOLK CHARITIEt 



K*w Cetkvra LteeM Mwea 

ISrki»| 4aa7««Nr- XVwany 



Control Board or by the Govemcncet of British Columbia 
This advertiaement it not published or displayed by the Ln)t>or 




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HIE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1948 



(A>atinue« Stiulirs at IIB.C 



Mrs. J. O. Cameron Honored 



Id rvcoftUUon of h«r Mrvkv 
support ut muctcAl circlM of Vic> 
iorU. Mre J O Comrron Iim bern 
hanorrd by the Victoria Sympitony 
Sociaty by betnc mad* on* of th« 



«oeMly*a patnm* Th« butior «-■« 
conftnrd by Miu Bara Sprncrr. 
prraidem, at ift* reception held at 

Hana 



Personal 



her hom* in honor of Ui 
Orubrr. nrwly appointed aymphony 
orchtatra conductor. 

Mr J. Barraclouch. v1c*>prtaid«nt 
of th* aociaty. Mra. J. O Wont) 
'and Mr W, W Martin, memben of 
iha aymphony aoeloiy, apoka briefly 
in wclcominf ih* youthful onoductor. 
who arrived in Vktorla yaaurday 
I afternoon. 

' OuMtj at the reception Uicludrd 
Mayor Percy S Oeorfe and Mi». 
Ooorie. Mn P E Corby, preaident 



Mr and Mn. 8 RumoU Kar. 
Rockland Avnue, will entertain at a 
lau afternoon party on Saturday in 
their aoa*ia-iaw and 



I London Plans 
Recovery Week 

London plazta a Recovery Week 
fr the Pall Sir Btaflord Crippa re* 
eentiy launched a recovery pm* 
rram inviting women all over Britain 



Ibonor < 

I daughter. 

'Rowan*l.«gg. who are vlalUng here 
from Tnronlo. 



MIm E/Ua Campbell retumad tc her 
home mi 6il Dominion Rood yerfer- 
dey after ruuing her brofker-m- 
law end nefer. Mr. and Mr$. t. J- 
Ctft. at Whltehoru. Y.T. 



to form ooDunltteee aitd 



in every 



cib,y. member* 



the aympho'iy 



Dorothy Kenward were m hnataeeaa 
a miacellaneoua ahower held In 
honor of Miaa Rita Weber, whoee 
marriage la to take place la Calgary 
on September 23 Thoae preaanl in« 
eluded the Mlaee* Joan Morgan, 
,Jean MiUa. Anita Aoderaon. Chrla* 
tine McNab. Aileen Stnythe. Judy 
Arnold. Shirley Young, Freda Whea* 
don. Amy HameM and Audrey Har* 
nea». 



Mayon of London borough*, rep* 
reeentatlvca of the Women * Volun* 
tAry Servioee. the Boy Scout* and 
the Olrl Ouldee met in London 
recently to oo-ordinete the plan* for 
London. They decided that irparate 
recovery committee* ahould be *et 
up In each of London * 28 borough* 
to aee f^ow they could help In 
carrying out Sir Stafford* lugga*- 
tlon*. 

Her* are com* of the lhin 0 they 
art doing worklni ahlfu In fectorlea. 
helping in the home* of iMUed 



*oclety end memben of the 
cheetra. 



Lovely Earrings 



Ml** Thelma Bowie*, whote mar- 
jriage take* place on Saturdey. waa 
jpreaented with an electric kettle 
'and table cloth from member* of 
[the advertlaing euff of the Dally 
jcolonut on Friday afternoon Mr 
,J. Row* mad* the preaentatkm on 
behalf of the staff. 



Mr. Jim Halmcken and ha* ettended Victorii 

Hiehard Futcher ore leaving on ' _ ^n**"*** to m*>or in £ngli*h and 

Sunday for Vancouver to continue 

etudiee ai the f/Hirer«ay ef of honor, her mother and 

uh Columbt*. iihe mother of the groom-elect. The 

• • • many gift* were arranged under 

Ml** Joan Pom retenUy arrived a pink and mauve umbrella Oueai* 
in th* city from Uk* Louua wber* LneJuded Mr*. WlUner Mra J A 
•he ha* been *pendmg the Bummer. Vallaxvce. Mr*. J. t Vallaoc* Mr* 

On Sunday ahe 1* leaving with her P Oregory. Mr*. D. Rom and the 

parenU, C<^ arvd Mr*. R L ForU. Miiaee Barbara. Verm and Violet 

to apend a hoUday at th* Dk CurtU. Dorl* Flak. Pat Yeamen* 



|J. Pettk-rew, Mr* J Ruaeell. Mrt J 
Strwert jr. Mr» Shea. Mr*. 8. 



|8(rwert jr 
|8crogfte, Mr* A Shipway. Mrn T 
[Torrance Mr* D Wallace Mr» 



1317 DOUGLAS STkirr 



YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN 



VOGUE ond MAYFAIR 



PCVIM* DHUIM IH rOK- W. f t i. .. 

courer. guutt at Sylvia Hotel, m* " ‘ 
ciud. Mr. and Mre. W. J. Bimay IV/ 

and Mr. and Mre. itobert Cheyne. <^n<l Mr,. Johneton of 

, , ^ ' "oeonto. iplfh Mr. ond Mrt. H. W. 

On Wedneaday evening. Mias Tfiomeoa of Winnipeg, %-iu be Aoiior 
Irene Fairbalm was hoete** at her Vt<e*ri on Fnday etenlnp tchen Mr 



Mut Margaret Heweil. BA., hat 
returned lo Voncouoer to take a 
poet-graduate courte in aoctof 
^work at the Vnioeretty of Britiih 
'Cot n mb ia . 



home. IICT OuematT Street, at a ^ Orubb anrevtain 



L ieut. iB> Percy J. Banda. 

M3E. and Mrs. SaiMla with 
their two children arrived In the 
city recently to reside here. Lieut 
and Mr*. Band* both lived lo the 
city for many year* before going 



Bast and are at present ataylng with her two lUUe gtrU. Joen. aged seven 



welcome home party In honor of ^ • buffet tapper at their home 
Mia* Joan Moigan. who has been ^nutation* have aleo been letued 
on an extended tour of tlie United ® ^oception to be held in honor 

‘Slates. Quest* Included* MlJuea Mr. and Mrt. Johniton on Mon- 

Paddy Olles. Manraret Wood. Ruth Mr. and Mrt. Grubb iciff 

Wilklnfton. Yvonne Slobbarl, Helen ''^ceive their pueit* at the Vmon 
HUI. Beryl Norman. Dorothy Brad- 

Shaw, Marilyn Ivinga, Betty Oar- * • * 

nett. Joan Morgan and Scotty | Wedneaday evening. Mia* 



UeuL Sands’ parent*. Mr. and Mrs. 
Q. O. Sand*. 3706 Heron Btreet. and 
Mrs. Sands' mother. Mr*. T. J. Mar- 
rlon. Mra. Banda la pictured with 



aiMl Francea. aged two yean. Lieut. 
Sands, who haa been at Naval Head- 
quarter* In Ottawa, ha* now been 
posted to H.MCB. Cayuga. 



ST. DAVID'b-HY-THR-bEA 
At the regular meeting of St 



iDavid'a-by-the-Sea Women's Guild. 
Iheld at U)e hume of Mr*. A. Tayiur. 
it was decided to hold a iiarvaai 
supper In the church hall on October 
1 at 8.30 pm. with a program of 
local talent following at 7 30 All 
are cordially invited There wiU be 
a special meeting of guild memben 
In the church luiU Monday. Sep- 
tember 27. al 3 20 to make Anal 
"F=r'^ement* for tha aupper. 



Couple Married in Kelon na 
To Make Home in Vietoria 



The First nutted Church. Kel- Mias Ruth Brydon. a* her elater’s 
i-ma. was the acen* of a pretty Mily attendant, wa* gowned In a 

gold aflemoon dren with bruwn 
ucee«orle«. and carried a bouquet 
of deep bronia and white chryaan- 
'hemum*. The groom waa supported 
by hla brother. Mr. Keith Bedgman 
and ushers were Mr. Bruce Brydon. 
brother of the bride, and Mr. Brian 
5*edgman. couMn of the grouu.. 

During the signing of the reg- 
uUr, Mias Owen Hawes sang 
"lYiank* Be to Ood “ 

Following the ceremony, a recep- 
lion waa held at the home of the 
bride's patents, at IDM Pendoai 
Street The bride's mother wore a 
brown ansemble, and Mr* Sedg- 
man wai gowned In burgundy aUk 
with grey accents Mr. W Bhugg 
proposed the toest to the bride, and 
congratulatory telegrams ware read 
by tha baat man 

The bride's table wa* centred with 
a three-Uered wedding cake, whit* 
taper* lo silver candlesticks and 
pink and mauv* chrysanthemuma. 
Mr*. M. Lewee* presided at the tea 
table and aerviteurs ItKluded Mia 
Fenrlla Locock. Mia Snells Hamp- 
ton. Mia Betty Lewrr*. Mia Mary 
Duck, Mia Marlon Bedgman. MUs 
Margaret Shugg and MUe Jealca 
Locock. 

For a bonaymoon to the Ooeat. 
the bride changed to a eharry-rad 
gabardine autt with black accea- 
aortaa. with gardenias eo eorsag* 
Out-of-town rieela Included Mr 
and Mrs. W Bedgman. parents of 
'he groom. Mr and Mrs. A Sedg- 
mdn. Marton and Brian. Mr artd 
Mrs KilUi Bedgman. Mr. and Mr*. 
T. Southern. Mr. and Mr*. J. Par- 
hell. ail of Victoria; Mlae Betty Oar- 
rlaon and Mlae Daphn* De«n of' 
Trail 

Mr and Mrs Bedgman wlU make 

their home in Victoria 



A PROVEN REMEDY 
FOR SOUR STOMACH 

Symptoms of truligestion cause 
conaldersble dutrea* to thousand* 
|of people. Many find relief through 
the use of Cai-Bu-Sodex which 
[Contains ingredient* that gently 
help alkaliae the itomaeb and re- 
I store pn>pfr functioning of the 
Cal-Bu-Bodei 



Mis* Ann Dundaa, daughter of'...^ ^ ^ 

Hon. R. S Dundiu and M?,. Odd- b ll,™. iL u 
d«d 7M UUdd R».d. I. le.,ln, “7. “■ 

,or Vancouv.r lo conunu. har cowl.v Mn T T 

studies at the University of Briuah coiuns' Mra j u 

Columbl. .Mr. .h. I. ukln, h.r 

fourth y«r in An. ST". 7 . Mr. W. 

. , , Hamilton, Mrs. P. Hall, Mr* J 

.Mrt T. larten of Vancouver, Jhrrle. Mrs. Leaak, Mrs R. McKay, 
icko accompanied her daughter, MeNeUl, Mr*. E Munday, 

Mitt Molly Larten. when the Mealing, Mrt. E Price, Mrs. 

returned her sfadie* at 5feer;»eoaai'^- McKinnon. Mrs H. Price, Mrs 
Lodge School. Sheumigan Lake, wet 
Ihe guett of Lf.-CeL and Mrt. T 
B. Monk. Yale Street, for a feu 
dayt before returning to the Main 
land. 

Mia* Pat Oowe* 



digestive lyafem. 
glvea fatter relief from th* dutrea* 
of dlgeetlve dUturbancM. Cai-BU- 
6odex U on sale tor 13c and i&c al 
all Cunningham Drug Store* and 
other drug *torea OC-6 



Todny-^s Pattern 



Ronson Combinotion Lighter 
and Cigarette Caxe.s 



a popular Bep- 
tember bride-elect, waa tha guest 
of honor at a miscellaneous shower 
given recently at the home of the 
prospective 



FALL 

FLiGANCe 



btldegroom's mother. 
[Mra W. Piah. 1M3 Clare BtreM. 
the hoaccaa being aaeiated by her 
daughter. Mrs. Nell MacWhlnnic 
The bfide-lo-be wa* presented with 
,a corsage of pale pink rosea and 
the many lovely ehower gift* were 
concealed In e ’’wishing well.” The 
I invited guesu Included Mr*. Mary 
MacWhlnnU. Mrs 8. Keeble, Mra 
Nellie Smith. Mra B. kUnebar. Mra 
T- MangoaU. Mra A. I>yeoa Mra 
O. Paacall 



Kenton Jewellers 

853 YATKS (Just Off DoogUe) 



BBONY 



ATTENTION 



OAK BAY LOCKKR8 LTD. Are Pleaeed to Preeent th* PUm 

"FROZEN FRESHNESS" 

la TM-hnic«l«r 

wow TO raocaae *m aaave roone m Torn boni vaetTva 

Ta« *ra CvreiaNr ls*U«* 

e*TTrm»*T eirraMMa la i*** wu toit aTtmoe 

**•* ATtsn^ N»tl D«*f !• OaS^y rawU* H« esarf* 

ga«*tii«i *t s M M* I it as 

Ta«»u*a aaartMir af MfUnnan MrVMlr a FrW 
DtetrUaton (or rrt*l*aln {0«nMal Woi«n< 



Roee, 

Crete Chrlatianaon. Kay Keeble, 
Rose WUding and Carol Dyeon. 

Mrt Bmeet Mariden la/t Vto- 
toria on Tuetday an route to her 
home In Skidley. 



feihient fer THt WOMAN MtN ttMtMitW 



near HuO. Sng- 
land. after tpending the poet three 
monthi tn FirfoHc, fk* guett c, 
Mr. and Mrt. A. W. Whitttngham, 
Cavendith Avenue Mrt. Martden 
tro* accompanied by Mn. Whitting- 
ham at far at Banff, where they 
irlff epend a brief hoMay. 

• • • 

Miae Jean VaUamce waa guest of 
honor at a ourprlae shower given 
by her atsur. MU* Pearl Vallanea, 
at their home. 1*7 Quadra Street. 
Conagea were presented to the 



Superfc/p ttimmini utilh ih lurpfict keJiet. tiJe Jraped tkirt. Pure 
flalteiy in fine btiue faMa. Black enly. 



PRINCEBB MARGARET 
Wearing e long. fuU-aklrtad coat 
of powder btu*. with e boaUr-typa 
hat of comae plaited straw In 
matching ahede. la pictured at Lon- 
don airport aftar returning from tha 
Netherlands In a Viking of tte 
Ring’s Flight She repreoented har 
father King George at the iruug- 
uration of Queen Juliana of iha 
Netherlands It w** the fUst Im- 
portant foreign duty to be per- 
formed alone by the It-year-oid 
Prlnoeae. 



>> Wfi.iiVa/ Evening 

^ r J|||B \ Rpld at Qualirnni 

S 1 Oeorge Knight were 

. Igueita at the home of Judge C- R 

'end Mre. Barker ef Nanaimo nn 
[Monday evening Th* occasion wa* 
the ath anniversary of the Na- 
nalmo Women's Mualeai Club, abetit 
lAH MAartM ^ member* being 

hlng for every eeoa- ^7^^ W»d with 

aiurn «M. v.r*.uu 

-r ^ aong*. the eomptvutbm of 

minaiy at home every. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

**7 MUs O Aurla 

)ft neckline and bowl^Qoi^l,, Judge Darkar * niece. Ur 
I glv«e perfect m. U George Knight then delighted hU 
Oompisie. Uhutnted listener* with th* following piano- 
ws yuu every step. fort* •elections. Including two 
oumes lo slae* 34. M. Choral Preludes, by Bach. Toccata, 



SIMM** 

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A*7MU« 

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IN VICTORIA 
AT 



GABARDINES . . 
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A WomlerftJt Fsll 

PrvAew 






ahoabo 



At a recent mneUng of the TllU- 
cum Guide and Brownie Locml 
Aaeoctatton It wa* decided to bold a 
telephone court whUt from Sep- 
tember II to to. An Intensive mem- 
bership drive WM planned (or the 
coming year 



WECK-END 

SPECIALS 

STAINLESS STEEL UTENSILS 



714 PORT 



(COTTAGE SIZE) 



In inva-ef to many inqinne* l«*f * iniall eleclrrc rengr, 
•V will soon have • snisll shipment svstlsKI*. 

• 2*0 Voile • • Two-Bam«e Top 

• Two-iomer Oven • • Regular Rang* 

• Oven Cobtaol Blementa 

• • 3 Heat twitche* 



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la ConjwKilon With 

Vktori* A District Chryuntheniam iodety 
EARLY 



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2M Qt tit*, rre «.0» 
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4U Ul sit*. r*g 11.95. B.IB 



DISHPANS 

B-Qt caperlty. round *tyle. 
r«g I.9S. at - . 4.BB 



^ IMPORTED 

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orr YOUR ORDER IN NOW 
t Tour Local Roghy Teem— Victoria Coui 
Angel** — B«titr4ey ~ RnyaJ Athletic 



FRIDAY «is4 SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 uet4 IB 
S P.M. «» Id P.M. 

OAK BAY NIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 

ADMIBBION BBg 

Free Drawriag Bach Night at • e*CkKk lev Prim PlaM 
PROCRBD8 IN AID 



KITCHIN TOOLS 

Ladles. Cake Turner*, age, 

t-Bt 



ond AGENCIES 



71S VIEW 



yOP KIWANIS PROJBCTl 



t«17 OOVBRNMBMT, Heat Part 







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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 



Uh vrwn filet tnd ke«p an er« on 
Lonilec* Heron. 



ill Wf*d Soon 



Mr. UiUiflM adtitlAM KC- 



I or Convention 



tuapected that an^thuif vat vrong 
He luat conriuded tbai he ttad been 
Men when he aiTteed. Be counted 
on ihla being lorgotten If he fcepi 
perfectly atiU. He haowt how eat)' 
It ta u> fonet. 

“If I keep perfectly aUU ihnae who 
•aw me will forget all about It or elec 
UUnh that 1 hare gone away," 
thought he. 8o he atood among the 
bulruthat wltboul mowing for the 
longeet time. Had you teen him 
thare you might have thought him 
aaleep unleaa you had happened to 
tee hla eyee. TYierc waa Dothing 
aleepy about theee They were bright 



retary for ChrtaUan CdueaUon, will 
give the addreM in the evening el 
HaUburtnn Church and Jack 
Spilled. BC Conference Mce-pre»- 
ident, will conduct the aervicr. dur- 
ing which the ne« exerutlve a ill be 
Uutalled In office with a candle- 
light ceremony- The rally will 
cloee with a (elluaahip hour el 
which the young people of Nanaimo 
{Will be (he honU. 

A chartered bu». leaving Metro- 
, polltan Church > Quadra and Pan- 
dora) on Saturday at 3 M pm. wlU 
transport the Victoria group. Any 



UlM Marge Tbomaon, recreation 
coDvenar of the B.C. Coofereuce 
YPU. 

On Sunday mumlng the delegatek 
will attend the morning service si 
St. Andrew's Church, when Rev B 
J. Thompson will give the addreu, 
and Grant Bracewell. Christian 
Fellowship convener, will preside 
The altemcxio program will open 
, with worahlp led by Miss Kay pMt, 
Christian Missions convener, to be 
followed by the theme dlscuaslons. 
Introduced by the Rev. Mr fhomp- 
•on, with Mr A1 Adams, Mr. Gay 



Cnitad Church young people from 
Victoria and Up-Uland polnu wUl 
gather at St Andrew's Church. 
Nanaimo, during the aeek-end of 
Sepumber 11 few the annual rally 
of the Vancouver tslarul Prcabyiery 
YPU. which will be centred on the 
theme. "The Palth That Tnumphs." 

Rev. B J. Thompeon. M A., BG., 
PbG. principal of St Stepoeo's 
College. Bdmomoo. wUl give the 
feature addraas of tha eooferenee 
following the opening banquet on 



Mra. R D. Barvey presided at a 
meeting of the Progreastve Con- 
•arvattve Women'e Assnctailon held 
at Uu y WCJt. yesterday afternoon, 
whan suggesUons from the members 
were brougbt up and are to be taken 
to the eonventlon by Mrs Harvey, 
who U the Victoria delegate 
An appeal was made for the rum- 
mage eale to be held by the auxiliary 
to the Veierans’ Hospital on Sep- 
tember M and any Information may 
be obtained from Mra. Conway PeUy. 
Mk EenulmaU Road. 

Mrs C. M. Wagget Is in charge 



young people who have not yet sr 



Bullock artd Mr. Doubles Lapp as 



Saturday evening. Sam Oung. 



algn of miDOWs or heedleas 

pollywogs. i 

So liOfiglegs stood among the bul>! 
rushea and waited and waited a per- 
fect image of patlenee, all the time 
growing bungriar and hungrier. Not 
a single silvery gleam of a minnow, 
not the wnggls of a poUirwof 's tall 
did ha sec It was strange, very, 
strange. He was tempted to give up 
and try hu luck somewhere else, but 
he rememberad that patience Is al- 
I most surt to bs rewarded sooner or 
Isler, and so he waited and kept on 
waiting like the good flslierman that 
he Is. And St last hla patience was 
{ rewarded He aaw a arhool of UtUe 
' minnows playing about and coming 
I nearer and rearer to tbe bulrushm 
{ Longleg's eyes sparkled and once 
more he repealed that little vctm: 
Who watchful waits and patience 
keeps 

la sure to dine before he sleeps 



Inatintu were taken and wlU be an- 
nounced later. 

Mrs. Harvey gave a report on tbe 
meeting of the Local Council of 
A held on Monday afternoon. 

It was aimouuced that the annual 
meeting will be held on October 14 
at the Y WC A.. followed by tea. 



the buaincas eeaalaa during which the afternoon program the attend- | tact Bam Gung, 104 
I, the election of the executive for ihe ance shield wUl be presented and, Street. Victoria, S3364 



— CsbUsI CrsM C*n*diso 
Edith Rennlt Roosevelt, grand- 
daughter of former United States 
President Theodore Roosevelt. Is 
shown with her fiance. Alexander 
Barmine. former Ruaaian general 
who la now ■ United Stales cltlsen 
and an author Barmine enlisted 
In the United States army as a 
private In 1943 He later Mfved with 
^Lhe famed cioak-and-dagger or- 
ganliatieo that bore ihe official 
dealiroation of Office of Strategic 
Services. He is considered an au- 



BING CROSBY 



VEILS AND rCATHERli | 

Vella and feathen are the main' 
t rimmings used except on dress-up 
hats which may have embroidery, 
beads or sequins Veils are plain 
or lacy, draped vartou&ly but with 
fewer scarf eiTecta 



Sings All His Songs for Your Home 
Entertainment on 



DECCA 

Records 



Pestureni are 
rarely lavish in effect, but are care- 
fully placed to give accent or roo- 
llnuaUoo to the Unas of the hat. 
Bmaii bruahM. single quUls and 
fragile fronds are among the moat 
pppular treauaanta. 



V >4RS. Kenneth X*. Patton will 
1 ▼ ' convene tbe ahlblt, epon- 
aored by the Women’s Auxiliary 
Victoria Branch. Canadian Institute 
for the Blind, which is lo be held 
at the Public Market on Saturday 
morning . Vegetables and flowere 
grown by the blind cltiaena of Vic- 



toria will be ahown and there will 
be a stall of articles for sale and 
one of handicrafts done by the 
blind. Mra. Patton Is being assisted 
by Mr. J W Ruggie« and Mrs R 
Weldon. After Judging the arUclm 
will be Bold, and proceeds wlU go lo 
tbs Solarium. . 



Little Stories for Bedtime 

Or noaNToe • Buan—e 

A LONB riSUEILMAN 

Who watchful walu and patience ^ ^ 

k«p. Kf 

Is sure to dine before be aleeps //u 

Longlegi the Blue Heron said this 
over to blmeell again and again Just 
Re needed 



Next story: Longleg’s Breakfast la 
Snatched Away. 

i W s i s— d Sr Tb« SM»<uue a*««e«p«ri> 



Kent's have the most complete selection of all Der Bingic’s 
recordings. Here is just a partial check list: 



Honor New Members 

SSrs. Winnie .Wardman and tnezr 
bers of Xi Beta Chapter. Beta Sigma 
Phi Borcrlty, were hoeteeses recently 
at a dinner party held at Mrs 
Wardman's borne, honoring six new 
chapter members. A buffet 



Report Increase of Visits 
Made hy V.O.N. in Sumn 

Bviry member present at the Vic- will act as hostess 
lorlan Order of Nursei Board meet- bera on Thursday, 
tag. Tuesday, volunteered as can- and on Thursday. B 
vasser for the Community Chest |:(w pm. at V.O.N 
eampaign starting October 4. Mrs 1234 Pandora Aveni; 
Bdward MaUak. the vlee-prssldant. cal damnnstraLMis ( 
took the chair in the absence of the wlU be given, and t 
preeident. Mrs. J. Harold Wilson, equipment of the 

To prevent crowding the Com- ^ shown, 
munlty Ohml campaign, la was ds- salary INCREA8 
elded that the annual VON. Rum-1 i 

m- Bala, taking place In Ihs ran,t^j yoj^ 
would be postponed until the Spring uierMses to i 

Rummsge that h** to thi 

October IS. in answer to telephone 

calls to VON. Headquarters, where The big increase li 

It will be stored until the Spring. chronic patieo 

Mr* Marjorie Baird, supervisor.!^ Summer m 
tnd members of the nursing stall. 



24170 Emperor Waits 

I Kiss Your Hand. Madam 

2427S Golden Earrings 
Bsllerins 

2JI64 Don't Fence Me la 
The Three Csballtroi 

2I7S4 September Song 
Temptsiiofl 

2J9I4 Ails En El Bsnrhn Grsf^de 
Amor 



23040 Blue Skies 

23647 Yea Keep Coming Bsck Like s Song 
Getting Nowhere 

23413 Yon Belong to Uy Hrsrt 

Bata 

23547 Sibonev 

Hssis Msnans 

2.1422 The Sweciesi Story Ever Told 
Mighty Lek • Rose 

24222 You Don't Have to Knou the 
Language 
Apsischtcols 

24279 Sow ts the Hour 

Silver Threads -Among the Cold 

24273 Happy Birthday 
Annlverssr.v Song 

24256 I'll Be Seeing You 
I Love You 

2JV7S Feudin' and Fightin’ 

t". 'Mlliye. My Lover. Go*i(lh>e 



to keep hla oouraga up. 
to, for he was hungry and all the 
nm» growing hungrier. He vae 
standing there for ever and ever so 
long. You know Longlegs Is a fiaher>j 
man. a famous fisherman, and long 
ego learned that the greatest vir-| 
tue a fisherman can pcMaeas is 
patlance. 8o ever since he was a 
UUle fellow Longlegs has trained 
hlmeclf to be patient. 

This particular morning he had 
arrived at the Bmlllng a wee 
bit later than ueual. Just before 
hi arrived Plunger the Pish Kswx 
had chanced that way and had seen 
a tempting fish In the Smiling PooL Longlegs arrive 
He had shot down out of the sky 
into the Smiling Pool with a great, 
splash which bad given ail the fish, 
big and Uttic. a great fright. Then’ 
he had flown away and uken with 
him that tempting fish which had 
j led him to make the plunge Hardly 
j had the rtpplea he had made when 
^ hr plunger Into the water dis-' 

I appeared when Uinglegs arrived. 

, There was nothing to show Uiat 
.anything had happened there in tht' 

' Bmlllng Pool, and Longlegs didn't’ 

! have the lean doubt that he would , 
soon catch a good breakfast. If 
he had known about Plunger the 
I Pish Hawk, ha would have tried his 
lurk somewhere else But he didn't 
know and no one told him 

"It U DO bustneM of mine,*’ said 
Jerry Muskrat to htmaeU as he 
watched Longlep drop hie long legs, 
cloae hta wlnga. and take hie stand 
among tha bulruihes, "but U I know 
anything about It he Is going to 
watt a long time for hla breakfast 
unieas some foolish pollywogg hsp- 
. pen his sray. and f suspect that 
Orandfather Prog srtu see that they 
I don't 

Jerry eras quite right about 
Orandfather Prog. Plunger had 
frightened him quite as much as 
he had frightened the fUh, and he 
had dived headlong from his big 
rrtan Ulypad. When he cautiously 
. poked his head out of the water 



supper 

eras served by the hoslass. assisted 
by Mr. Barbara Brosm and the 
social committee The fcdlovringl 
members were welcomed into the 
chapter Miss Louise Mlcbaux. 

Molly Bcott. Miss Dorothy Waller 
Miss Mary Horan, Mias Oorreo 
Cleator. Mrs Nonna Taafe. 

During the business period which 
followed, annimncement was made 
of the annual Pall banquet, to be 
held at the BmpreM Hotel on 
October 36. at which lime the new 
members will be formally Initiated 
Into the Exemplar chapter 
Tbe ouiturai program for the vaar 
waa ao deep where his big green was ouUlnad try Mn Jean Levis. 
Ulypad grew that Longlegs eouldnV and will Include a study of Germany 
wade near enough to reach him. Mexico and BouUi America, 
but he was worried on account of Ms 

children and grandchildren and m a Jk ^ ^ U E A ff\ C 
great-grandchildren, who are some- O L Ve ^ n E W 9 
times called pollywogs and some- Blackbcads go quickly Igr ■ daple 
times udpole*. He knew that they' "rthod that dissolws tbeox Get two 

dearly love to pUy among the bul- ’SS 

druggist spply with s hot wet dork 



AND DOZENS OF OTHERS 



ALL ONE PRICE 



It's ne bukineas •( mlae, 
Jmy Moskrat 



Societies 
Clubs and 



• 742 FORT • 



VICTORIAS 

RECORD HEADQUARTERS 



The Muir Creek P -T A will hold 
s card party in the Muir Creek 
School nn September 34, at I pm 



The Daughters of 8t Oeorge, 
Lodge 3Sa. will hold s social maet- 
ti>g on Pridsy In the K of P Hall. 
Oormnrant Street, at T 30 p m. 



Langford P.-T.A. will hold the 
annuel meeting in the t^ngfurd 
School at 1:4A pm. on Friday «t»« 
nlttg. 






Victoria Waal United WMS 
meeting took the form of a luncheon 
and was held recently at tha chureh. 
Mrs. A Olrvla gave tht devotional, 
which was followed by a talk glvan 
by Mrs. Jeflery Smith who. with 
har husband, la hart on furlough 
from missionary work la China 
Specisl guest of the afternoon was 
Milt Mavis Lee. B.A . BG . who has 
raoently come to Vlctorls to take 
ebargs of Chinese work Mrs. Dor- 
sey spoke of Mies Lee's mtailonary 
work In China. Bololits were Mrs. 
R. Tousen and Mrs. O. Mitchell. 






Plan Silver Tea 
For Scholarship 

Plant srere made at a maetlng of 
the executive of St. Msrgaret'a Old 
OtrU Association 



Now Locotod «t 



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to hold a allver 
tea to raise funds for the scholar- 
ship at ths home of Mn. Norman 
Yarrow. 936 Foul Bay Road, on Sat- 
urday. Oetobar S. from 3:30 to 8:10 
pjit II ti hoped that sU Old Olrts 
and their friends wUl atiend, and 
also mothers of glrU at present at- 
tending the sebnoi. 

U ww alee decided to spooeor one 
evening of the UUle Theatre prM- 
entatloD of "Dear Ruth” on Novem- 
ber It. 



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Mrs Alac BstehweU. reUriM 
president, handed over the chair to 
Mn Robert Pearce at the first 
matting of the season of ths Junior 
Auxiliary to SL Joseph's Hospital 
held on Monday. Mn. Pearce opened 
tbe meeting and welcomed the new 
memben while Mlea Margarwi Ny- 
laxul read the minutes of the annual 
marung The new auxiliary pin wee 
ahoeen and will be ready for dis- 
tribution at tha next meeting Plaae 
ware made to hold ao "at twune" 
aariy In October, flevan new proj- 
acts ware dUrusaed for tha ralstog 
of funds to purchase the letest 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 







Line 




Streamlining Stays 
In New "New Look” 



net*, with flares manileet frooi a 
>Um htpltos. waistlines are tor the 
most pan normal though empha* 
atsed by norelty belts such as tur. 
The bodice is easy and comtonable. 
with dolmans eitendlng from bloused 
backs. 

Evening gowns are truly gowns in 
the full sense of the word — with 
decolettes deep, shoulder straps be- 



tendendas this ysai* In favor of a 
smooth Une. Suit )ackels kacp 
within the 36 to 9t*lnch length and 
ihalr skirts are always sUm Coats 
frequently flare at back, and the 
box and princess silhouettes arc 
beautifully done. 

Best liked dress colors arc liqueur 
green, purple, old gold, deep grey, 
gingery browns and bluea of tur- 



The type of eloihsa the woaaen of 
this oouoUy consider lbs basis of 
thetr wardrobe b as at boms in town 
as m the country. And tha ap- 
proaching Pan and Winter will see 
many tweads and knitted fashions 
of spactator mien. Draasea, suits 
and cnata— all of which are also 
for Uwrel— com- 



These two gytrsctivt gowns sre designed for the young married woman for formal wear. Left is s strspicss 
black velvet with bodice boned so that h fits the figure slmost tike • corset. The charm of the full skirt is 
enhanced by the enormous bustle bow of tsflets. At right is s Ssyrits dress in black velvet bat this time 
with fathered straps above a curvsd dgeoUetsge and a pleated basque beneath which are turquotec blue 
bows to call attention to the full skirt; matching blue gloves are worn with this. 



of the best features of last year's revolutionary and truly 
named “new look." % 

Canadian women are always ea^er to accept departures 
in fashion design — but they must be flatteringly wearable 
for the many, not the limited few. So it is that in catering 
to the demand for reasonable clothes, that designers have 
calmed and modified the extremes of '47 into the lovely 
fashions of '48* '49. 

Streamlining has proved too good a thing for the Ca- 
nadian woman's figure for her to be willing to give it up 
and In keeping with it, the longer skirt has won her devo-!| 
tlon now that much excess bulk has been taken out of it. 

, For general daytime wear 12 and 13 inches from the floor 
Its widely accepted, while for afternoon and evening wear 
ankle length or at most ten inches from the floor looks 
I right. 

Great delight is being taken in Ike creation of dresses 
which make no pretence at being “suits" or “costumes." 

They ere rich in inflnlte deuil and rower lUhouette because It U log 1- 
prove a lovely revelaUon when un- cally in line with the narrower sleeve 
covered by the removal of one of the —the cloae cap-like hairdo and 
season's handsome coaU. The alen- smaliec hat. In short— the formula < | 
der dress under a long fully flared Is ' a smaller ti^ from the waistline ' 
ctMl Is the "typical” fashion of the! up 

season ahead. At the most, dress In dresses there Is Empire. . 
skiru are two yards around the Dlrectotre and foe the most] 

hemline, while the devices of straight part Victorian Influence. A strong I 
fronts with all fullness worked Into revival Is seen in luxury trimmings 
back treatments of plests or flsres such ss braids, fringe, beading, fuf | 
give the Illusion of narrowness. Rich fabrics follow through with , 
It has taken a few seasons to win brocades, heavy satins, velvets, taf- 
arceptanre, but the natural shoulder fetas, laces, and broadcloth smooth- 
without benefit of padding <or Jiistily dark, the darlings of the season ^ 
a UtUei Is coming into its own. Very Where there Is a great variety in! 
interesting l|f the seamless shouldet 'skirt silhouettes ranging from pencil I 
which BO spUy carries out the nar- slImMse to voluminous back full- 

I 

Glowing and Exciting Colors 
Appear in After-Five Gowns 



CoaU and 



suit favor forest greens. • 

suiu forego extreme earthy browns, greys and wines. proportion of wardrobe selectMo. 



Psbrlcs tell the story in new drcas-,or worked into a decoraUvs design 
I up clothes for sftcr five— fabrics **^''°** ^ front and back. 

Irevived from another era -and! ^f^klines may be high or cut outj 
O brought up to date In glowing colors'^ Jewel necklines and 

and exciting rich ttnlshes Added to . , matching 

these are Victorian trimmings ** .f”** effecU to replace 

•ulu are simple In styling for costumes, each length of wool is | many tailored versions, but without complete the quaint and always! , ^ sleeves, short 

Pali, with most of the fashion value dedicated to s type of suit or to a a mannish look Tweedr are used for feminine resuiu. longer 

m their tsbrirs. Seldrmi have we mood. )both town and country, and many There is lum-of-the-century lux- of ctolt* fw^r^*Sw?M ^ 

aver hsd such variety in fabrics. If you need s suit for country. I ‘rf f^em sre lighter in weight, so ury In polUhed satins, crisp real Colors to look for w 

r»or have they been used In so many for sporU or for general day wear m*y »>* more silks, taffetas In deep green and gray chocoUte brown -rJ I 

ways. Prom the boldest plaid or in town, be sure to se* the new soft | under a topcoat. They are alne shades with overtonm of black, of red and green Black is s fsvor 
strip# which youTJ find in a sports gabardines that are made with such psiiem. and they ssUns glow in solid colors and others lt« In most fabrics and vss 

or country suit to the fine iK^osd- imerestlng deutls this year. They seml-taJIored and soft suits have tiny gold squares to light lovelier than In the new sotd-neckiid 

sloths for sfiemonn and dreas-up appear In dressmaker sulU and In great liveliness and style them. Velvet, moire and stiff tissue taffetas and satirw 



Varied F abrics in A u tuinn Suits 






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Siniplicily combines with rlcg^xnce of 
line and detail to give you a “newer” 
look! Here are coats oi many colors, 
mail) marvelous all-wool fabrics . . , 
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wear them everywhere . . . over every 
t)|>c of costume. Mere are values tn 
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Then there are the wnrsteds. isffetaa will be worn for early Pall 
many of them in coordinaied pat- occaalnns and they will be right fw 
tema. There is a new Walther holiday parties later 

worsted done with two-color yams — . ^ , ^ . 

In si** . mtt^ bodlcc. sloped shouldeT- 

^ ® Cn®n|f88i)J8 ftllQ a 

K- »fc. .!l Is one or two pieces 

-J ir Variety of allhouette also Includew 

n ^ »‘«-*"** the new slim skirt with peg top or 

They use two colon, lather too.'^ju, tMUiifu drawn to^^ek 

*®**^‘^**^ Regardless of a womans figure there 

Plnally, there are me Inveliest | U a flaUerinf style for her this lea- 
broadclniha and smoothest woolens son. 

that we have had up to now The Bodices are plain In many of 
broadcloths are luminous, some- these dreases. making them excel- 
ttmea almost gloasy. They make lent background for favorite pieces 
superb dressmaker suits and coa- 'of costuma Jewelery. Others have 
tumas In three pieces srlih bloui.e their oam abovc-the-table interest 
or with a drees that can sente as with tucked fronts, braid or ball, 
a din ner gown without the Jacket. | fringe trimming on coUara and cuffs! 



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• Dtstioctiva. decocsiive blooms ktr the 
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• Colorfal coTMgu ia charmtag flower 
combi lutioni. 

• BeauttfuL frcsbly-cut bouquets, arl- 
fwlly arranged. 

• A variety oi poetad plants . . . always 
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Styles Through 
the Autumn Mists” 

A CHILDREN'S FASHION SHOW AND TEA 

Prtasfited by 

THE STORK SHOP 

And Mod«ll«<i by Wynn# Show's Doncing Acodomy • 

LOWER BALLROOM. CRYSTAL GARDEN 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Sept. 22nd 

at 2:15 o'clock 

IPONiORRD BY THE LIONS’ AUXILIARY 



Dr-n't misa Ihia gala showing of new FtH Faahions for the younirer 
set — created by to|>-notcli designera of chfldrena wear. Oar 
>*ning models will be wearing cMhei f»>r boya and girls to R 
years, tween-age sixes*and from our smart, new TEEN AGE 
SPECIALTY SALON for the young misi to 16 year«. 

ITan now to attend this event*and invite yntir friends to join yoa. 

FEATURING— 

• The latest in Frocks, Boots and Boot Sets. School 
Togs. Sport* V\ ear — 3-16 years. 

Boys’ Suits. Coats. etc.-*»-3-I0 years. 

• [>ressing ffowna. Pyjamas and other 
evening attire 



Tkketi may be obtsiwed at the 
Stork Shop. 6JI Port Street; 
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rang# or baatar and Spacial Bituminoua 
Stokar Bland in your automatic coal atokar. 



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highar rank Albarta Coa) in your furnace, 
range or baatar and Spacial Bituminoua 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1948 



Four New Model Hats 



T hus four hata apptared at a 
recent New York ahowlnc of 
budfet fsahloiui, mod they are typl* 
oal of the k>*>prlead bate you will 
find in the itoroa ihU Pall. Top 
left te an rlefant UtUe cloche of 
pine green felt faced with raepberry 



liuede. A dark green quill plereei 
the rolled band of raepberry cuede. 
Top right, gleaming gold cloth 
faihloni a glamoroui dinner turban 
with ilmulated ParadlM plume rie- 
ing from the riehly«draped halo 
I brim. Lower left ehowe a emart 
'caaual bat of ckmd white felt with 



•oftly draped band of loreet green 
•uede aod gold braid. Lower right, 
the headline for Fall le dramaiUed 
Id ihle proftle-flatterlDg cloche of 
beige fell. The tumad-beck 
brtm le accented with a epray of 
frathen and a flattering 
beige veil. 



All-Purpose Coat for College W ear 



[ Hair at thr Bark 

liftfs ffoit' 

; Victorum 
Siceetness 

The eiegaoca of Autumn IMI bau 
a expreaeed by demure UtUe bon- 
neu. amaU>but*eupple berate and 
aleeUy>drapad turtoana of neb fab> 
tlea and colon. Tntura. rather tbad 
trlnmAng, glvao a luaunoue look to 
hate of eatoure. velfei. aatin, wool 
aod baarer fell, while oootrpet« 
lag acccate are applied with 
mtralnt even on elmple caaual felta. 

are aoft, email and faminint. Bon* 
nete with geoUy ecooped brlme art 
IfequenUy curved over the crown 
and cut*away at the back to reveal 
•le back hair. Many of them are __ ^ 

Mcured by ehln-eUape or demure The early IWe art recalled In a 
, . j fc. w, hat worn straight and flat, and call* 

™ ,« rtbbjm. U«1 u.^ to ««1 1 

WIU, Ih. Ur »f U.. ^ ^ «r ] 

flattering turbane and barete are I 

draped emootbly over the head and I 

weU down over the right aar. c’ Cm 1? * 

Oaeual hau for FaU lulU and ^Olta T 01111111116 

tailored ooetumca also follow the ~ 

trend to gentle, head-hugging coo- . ' | • 1 

^ >nortie l/loves 

angular, brlma For tows and traval. 

at laast one ot these casual daytime « a m T^* 

hau deearvea a place In every If glF AltPr«rlVP 

woman's wardrobe Infinitely usefui A VI i &X XVI m. E t V 

for tb. occloo. in . bw on. ,lo« will p, »1U, .rpy- 

modem life when the more formal 
feminine eoitumei are out of plaea. 

Tha perennial black hat which robe should Include a number of 
women find so useful looks newest In | lengths aod styles. As to what glove 
an aU-blaek harmony, rather thanjjo^ ,jeeve. Kttlav mekas 

a oootrasUng trimming. Black vel-l.». - „ 

: vet faclnga satin plplS«. silk cords. I ““ suggasUons, , 

UaseU and paesemenurU braids, as' feminine shorties with deU- 

well as veUlngs. laee aod feathan 
such as coq. ostrich or .unulaUd ' 

paradise are frequenUy used to ' ^has# after-flv# dresses have tl- 
enrtch the soUd black hat. Bau 

colored felt or fabrics, too. are often ^ » perfeeUy natural 

trimmed with black rather than •*'<»«««. Une. or very t4hl elbow- 
another oolor ^ 

Colors to hau harmonise with ^ I 

costume shades, with a wide range These short gloves are also right | 
Of belgea browns and coppery tones ! for the Fall and Winter coau which 
infi urting toa st. Kr V^lM (have wide flowering bell sleeves' 

Bslenciaga. ginger and capuclne. tight, snapped cuffs 
Smart, too. are the Victorian ^t the wrlsf. \ 

greens— subtle moss, soft Jade, vlb- Some designers have creeled lor 
rant ContlnenUkl and almoet-black j Fall sulU and coaU what can t«st 
"grsen turtle.** Oold. pumpkin az>d < be described as a “glove-iength'* 
agau combine with both the her- 1 sleeve. This sleeve ends a couple 
monlzlng beige-brown family and the of Inches above the wrist and makes 
Important green shades. Cool, smoky gloves iRmeraUve — simply to keep 
greys from piattnum to steel, deep! your ifrisU covered This rIovc- ' 
sapphire and middy blues; aod clear | length sleeve ends to a variety of 
or bluish wine reds, as well as i cuffs. One designer (Inlahes this' 
plum and purple, also have the 'sleeve with a spiral cuff, pointed In' 
richness that la typical of the new ^ the back and short, ending about ' 
Fall haU and oostumea. mid-arm. In front. For this type 

of aJeevt, the four-button doeakln' 
sllp-on blends beautifully 
Short, elbow-length sleeves are | 
an important new fashion In evening 
wraps, to furs, and even in daytime 
coaU. With these and with fuU-’ 
length capes, a sinking daytime 
fashion to both furs and fabrles ' 
Klalav shows lU floe eight-button 
French doeskins, back to the store* i 
again for the flrat time to eight | 
years. Klslav also believes to the 
revival of the Victorian fashion of, 
tha sleek. U^Uy-fltted French kid, 
glove, and It shows these gloves In' 
eight-button lengths with capes aod, 
evening wrapa. aod to four and six- 
button .lengths for afternoon wear 



Brooke Oadwaliader. the American 
designer, has been gamerlog high 
praue for his silk screen prtou, his, 
scarves, aprons and otb^ prtotad 
fabrics and whUnsiw ever stoca be 
came back to the United Blatsa from 
France several years ago. Hit orig* 
Inal and beautiful designs ware al- 
most immedutely successful, and be 
has added one leaf after another 
to his wreath of succeaaea and 
boDcna. 

*Ths scarf Is not a static thing to 
his hands. He has designed not only 



blend with tbs Winter olotbss, or 
you eao accent your eostumss with 
the OMsl brilliant or MbUy gay 
tones and eombtoatlons. 

Among his new shapsa Is the Bm- 
plrs shawl, a wide tTO-yard length 
of rich silk to strange aod lovaiy 
oolers with hand-tied frlngt at the 
sDda Than there Is the eerape, of 
Idem can Induration, a gay costume 
scewasory which be doas to either 
silk aoUe (a rough loaoe-woven siik) 
or In hand-woven cottons. They are 
to eiUMT vibrant or subtls sbadea. 



fuU-lsngtb stole, a belled stole, a 
bertha collar tied about the shmild- 
ara. or as a dramatic oostums ac- 
cent with tha and* swung to back. 

There are ascois which ar^ to two 
fabrics and are reversible, eo that 
you can wear a lay print side out 
or a plain side for tormailty. Short 
taflela tisa ean be wrappad and 
won with crid) ands. or tied to a 
bow 

Thsat are to heavenly colors such 
as royal, cherry, lilac and so on. 
UtUe Windsor Uea are short end 



for Fall. You oan And '*., (two to areilaror a 

ehadoery colorings to his prints to good for this arrangemsol), as al to various ways 



The smart coUega girl plans her 
wardrobe as carefully as sha doae 
her eurrleulum. selecting each piece 
with an eye to color, design and 
value. Msny of her clothes must 
do double duly, must team with 
seversl other Iteme and (It as neatly 
M the meshes of a Upper. 

The basic Item to her fall ward- 
robe Is. of course, her Winter coat 
U will serve many purposM atul be 
ready fur any occasion, both on the < 
campus end for week-ends. 

There Is. for Instance, the ' Roger 
Williams.'' wliich cornea to soft 
Velloom. to a checked pattern. It 



Is *a inches long, roomy enough to 
wear over suits or wool dressea, 
and has a full swirl bark which may 
be worn with or without a belt. 

Equally good la the Inside news 
of this coal. BeeVuse It must serve 
to all kinds of weather. U Is ob- 
tainable with a tipper lining, a thing 
of beauty to lueif. of Rklnner "Sun- 
bak" to gold color and Itoed with 
fleece. 

The quick mind of the college girl 
Instantly vers this lining as an extra 
piece In her versatile wardrobel It 
may be worn as a house coat or 
puUman robe, making it unnecessary 



Rallerfr 



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Crepe- Beck Sstin 



Intimately Yours 
For Fall 



NIGHTIES 

Sslm, iilk crept and rayon- 
kmt gowns m deitghtiul ityt- 
>ng and shades. 

NYLON DANCE SETS 
Bras and panlies and slips— 
white, bloc, ptak and black. 

NYLON HALF SLIPS 
Black, white and blue. 

HOUSE COATS AND 
NEGLIGEE 

PYJAMAS 

Rayon knit. Sianlang-Jerteya 
and ftsnnelelte 

BED JACKETS 
In shear lace-trimraed and 
brushed ravon. 



HOSIERY 

Supefsitk. Holeproof. Coriicelli and 
Gotham . . All New Fall Shades 



for her to pack an extra garment 
when ahe goat on an Important ' 
week-end or vacatkm. The lining ' 
may be upped out In a few leoonda I 
(there are buttona at the euffa only) 
and with tha sa^in side out it is 
handsome, warm and fleecy inside. 

I There Is even a ssiin belt to wear' 
when the coat la belted, and to fui 
the lining when It Is worn as a 
houae coat 

Luggage Coming 
In Different Sizes 

Luggage news is In new alaas, 

extra inches added to the width of 
the aturdlly-bulU cases. A l&-toch 
ovamlght case, for instance, used to < 
be ten inebce wide, but has been ' 
expanded to 13 tochea The result j 
is that clothes ean ba packed toj 
much greater advantage, aod will ' 
arrive with fewer wrinkle*. Btm- 
Uarly a 34-lnch week-end case has, 
bean widened from 13 Inch** to li‘ This Is a Victorian bonnet by 
incha* *0 that three mm s tblrte^Bmme. covered with jet embroidered 
can be put ^roes th* bottom eroM- joet sod mounted with ostrich 
wise, saving a great deal of apace. plumm. 



COLOR MAGIC 
AT YOUR FEET 

Fall is here ogoin ond Simpson's 
ore reody to give you a firm and 
early footing on the fashion troil. 

The new Foil Wine and Evergreen 
shodes ore treated in coif ond 
suede in super smart styles . . . 
as welt os the ever-populor grey 
suede ond the olwoys smort block 
ond brown. 

Come ond see us while stocks ore 
complete. 

The prices ore modcrote . . . 



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^ who wear* any one of 

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^ ■ priced within easy 

reach! Here are supple 
pelts carefully worked 
into flattering lines, 
fine detail. Note the 
enhancement of the new 
collars, the cold-dcfeating 
snug cuffs, the es*y-to-wear 
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Fall Foshlons with greot p«rsor>ol 
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of our new selections — emphasis 
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THK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 



Get Best From Your Hair by Selection 



Di.stinrti<m in thr Fabric 



The Short Owl for Slim Dresses 



U'torian St yfp 

tBAhina arm 



and powd^ art uacd Sine* tha 
(ouiidatktn ta Unted. U vlU do much 
(or jrou. If yod •elect the meet (Ui- 
terii\g uni U coven oUrtor dU-> 
rolomioo aiKl other flaw* and roca 
>'our akin an even 
Ptay up the Ufhier tone* of your 
i*IUa attd cover the mUom lonm. 
The (aluieei UkkIi of the pr.^vr 
ihade of rouge high on the rherk* 
bonea glvea depth >o your e.vee and 
the perfKt pink red in a )ti»t a 
la the (Inal touch to a Lhougli lul 



green, wtoa. aapphlrv blue or deep 
red ahadaa. Doni (car color. Make 
li work for you. Paaiel blue. roae. 
pink. aqua, aeafoam and blue green 
are wonderfully becoming In aeaaon 
as well aa while 

Aa you change your baalc ward' 
robe oolora, you ahould change your 
make'Up. If your make-up haa been 
a bU or miaa affair, give It more 
thought. Study youmeif 

The maturtng akin la uaually dry 
and la moat reeeptite to a timed 



By PATUCIA UND8AT 
If you have gray hair, why don't j 
you play op to Itf Your beauty la a . 
apecific beauty )uat aa la a blondc'a 
redhead'a or brunette'a. 

In the flrat place, key the eoiora 
you wear to the color of your hair 
Shadea that (Uttered you In the 
,aOa and lO’a may not ba becoming 
] to you In the eo'a or M'a 

Browna. belgea and certain gray 
ahadca might make your hair look 
dull and your akin aallow. Or. per- 



With the 



enure 

keyed lo the feminine and rompntic. 
accewnrin naturally follow «ult 
Two theme* arc important thia year, 
the VlctorUn and the Regerwy or 
Empire Both call for amall dainty 
bagi. and an we find that (or wear 
after five eapecially are conforming 
;to new ahapea and amall aiaea 
Dainty Regency puraea arc feat- 
ured by Coblenta. made of floe vel- 
vet or aatln to accompany not only 



but now wiUi a new ahade of hair, be blended on fabe and nerk with beauty of your hair 

dark the flnger-tipa before cream rouge llah or the orange-reda 



tevturea auch aa faille or taffeta. 
UUlc tubular gold-plated purie 
framaa have a quaint but amart 
look. Puraea are d«me In many rarta- 
long and narrow with flat 



navy la more botomlng nr 



Uona 

baae that reebi eaatly on the cocktail 
or cupper table, or with ahirred bot> 
toma (or extra apace. 

Victorian faahlona rail (or lltUe 
baga of the reUcute or pouch variety, 
and mmt of them awtng'from corda 
I or handles, come from chslni that 
match framea. They are eaquiailely 
Ideuticd. with fine Uninga and fit* 
tlnga. 

I The long look belongs lo the Ero- 
jplre period, and acoounta (nr the 
many long, narrow but roomy baga 
to be aeen. Though there U variety, 
all of the after-five types ahare the 
vogue for femininity and etegance. 



IN TOP GRADE FELTS 

^ our Choice of Style* 
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• STSTSON 

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Men’s Fashion 
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Men a clothing faahlona for Pall 
and Winter will be very much on 
Thai s the 



Coit'of'arma buttona on a aimpU. youthful abort coat to wear over altro 
df«bt«a ta ahawn here. Short coata are provmg very popular thia Autumn. 



Thu year'i amart tailored suit tikea much of ita dutinctiofi from the 
fabric. Shown here ii John Waither'a black and white bird'a-cyt wonted 
in a trim atylc with black velvet collar and braid icccntg on the alanting 
- pockcu. jacket cloaing and black vent. 



the conMrvatlvf aide 
verdict of the men who know m'^n'a 
fa*hlon trends bevt | 

Suit, lopcoal and overcoat Ue- 1 
algna ready for the coming ..ration 
rmphaalte featuree borrowed from 
a former era of »impie elegance 
Shoulders are approximately “nat- 
, ural” again Chesla have Irw ful- i 
,noaa and wataUine* have an eaMec 
cnruiruction 



712 VIEW 



ON Tllk rAslllUN BEAM trimmingj. The Viciopian feeling 

“Ouipurc" is a French name (or making itaelt felt In today's 
ihe allracuve laces of the alylea (aahiotM adds Unporupcc to guipure 
particular to Uie RenaUuance period braid and ao it la being used a& 
It la also the name of a gimpe trimming (or hats, dresaea and 
which la made into handsome braid Mune acceasoiica 



look. More 
tailoring u being Introduced in the 
new models, lo eNtablUh a Uehnite , 
I94g trend toward more comfort m i 
clothes And thia improvement U | 
enhanced by several new fabric j 
nnlshes. Including moth-proofed , 
wool, and s wide range of lighter • 
weight clotha 

Co-ordination of colors to atliieve { 
a complete "ensemble" effect will be | 
strongly pointed up m the funiL-h- j 
mgs and accessories lines. tmiU | 
around baalc grey, blue and brown 
shades in aofi hues 

Hats have narrower brmu and ; 
lower crowna. Shirts are more 
leolorfui in their eariety. but in sub- ^ 
dued eSecU Some of the new ties' 
are bright with color and bold In 
' pattern, bul moat of tha new offer- 
lings show "quieter" designs than 
I seen foe several acasona. Buatneaa 
and dreas-up ahoea are almoal 
' severely plain, but tporu models 
show interesting new departurca. 
with heavy shapes, straps and 
buckles, rubber solei and heela and 
smart embelluhmenu 

PredicUoDS are that rtcb woolen 
tweeds, (or both sulta and topcoata, 
wlU be beck In prominence on the 
^faahloo front this Pall and Winter 
-in new light weight! 

I Practical, sniooth-flniahed wonted 
fabrics will likely continue aa top 
'fabric favorites among sulU. accord- 
’irrg to the style experts. And youll 
I have a wider choice of fabrics and 
I patterns than (or a long lime 
I Topcoat news centres around a 
) revival of raglan sleeve and Bal- 
I macaan deaigru Thew will be 
j available in handsome wool tweeda 
checked and plaid 



Fitie 

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SMART WITH SUITS! 
Sman with ALL ouifitt is 
this fashionably new finger- 
tip length cutaway coat. 



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warm clnih coats accented bv luxurinuh (omIteR 



R. C. Gordon 



Victoria's Manufacturing Furrier 
M6 Central Bldg. 6J0 View 

Phone B 2512 



What a choice of keved-to-vour-Autunin 



clothes colors! Fur coals, onlv the finest 



iclls Used. uiHrimmrd coat', long and 



shoriie litNle^. Your coat is here! 



Autumn 

Beauty 



with 

patterns aa well aa tha ever-popular 
plain weaves. Srmi-fUted and box 
coat styles are rerommended for 
town wear. And an enormous de- 
mand U reported (or wool gabardine 
coata because of thetr veraatlUty 
as both raincoat! and topcoata. 

New overcoei oxidela arc gener- 
ally "dremler" and Ughler In weight. 
Many are longer, with modinod 
ahoulder Unas and straight, free- 
hanging backs. Porecaaia indicate 
that navy blue will again be the 
moal popular overcoat color. Fabric 
chotrea 



DRESSES 



.A fine .selection of the very latesf crepes 
i, Wools, Klc , in a great \arictv 
ol colt*rti and styled in perfection. 



THAT SHOULD BE 
YOU! 



To Ge» fhe toil Troces of Sommer Dryrw«i Out of Your Skin orvf 
Ho«r, Com* and h« Served W«rr> Ou' Lubneoimo Focioli ond 
Heir-CendiMnmr4o freetrTwr'ti 



Include nceccs. Whitney 
clnth. cheviot! and tweeda. 

The 3-button model haa been re- 
vived in aporu Jecketa mede In an 
eaAy-ntting "sack" style. Many o( 
theee have a alight flared effect at 
the hip and arc cut longtr. Oolor- 
inga and design effect! ere plain and 
aoftened marking a trend toward 
tan. brown and lovai shades. 

Bporta alacka are designed to har- 
montae with the new aporta Jackets. 
These are light in weight and aoans 
are narrower in the legs. Favorsd 
fabrics ar flamnela, gabardlnsa and 
I plald-pstternad worsteds. 



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SopliLstiiation Another Feoliire of Latest Fashions 



P»rto And New York aia tull ot UUle 
people with fAclle pencUs end ecMne 
defre* of eotree who wilt mU a 
• keted for a fee. 

A cjrnlcA! fAAhiack report«r onc« 
wrote thAl the workloi week of eome 
deAigoan wa« broken Into three per* 
lode: ooe«Uilrd to tlndlni out what 
the oppoAlUon waa up to: ooe>ttUrd 
Ulklnc to nutertAl utlMmm to find 
out whAt the oppoelUon waa buy- 
Inf And oue-thlrd to comblnlnc in 
“orlglnAl" detifne aU thet hAd been 
found out. 



tore do their derodeAt to get Utcv 
New York end Hollywood. It U a 
aertoui bualncAA. CAtcblng a trend 
ktiAilnc the boAW-Ahortenlng a hem 
when everyone eUe 1a dropping them 
— enn me ah Um Ioaa of bucketA of 
doublooDA. I 

Some plrmtei hire or AUbePllw eo* 
ciety waoMD who buy modelA oetene- 
ibty for their pereonAl WArdrobee 
Prequenily the modeb aja on a boAt 
or plAnA without ever grAclDg a 
liAnger in Anyone's cloect, SomeUmet 
they merely trmvel by Umoutlne from 
Fifth Ayenue to Seventh Avenvie 



FAAhlon ^Aca 



phUoAopby which 



clOAk And Ault world hAs All the! CellfomlA Agents InfUtrAie PArU bcMghL 
thrtiu And lAughA of A reAl apy plot ' tnAlAons OperAtlvei of the FajIa cou- The 

But while the MnU Hari'A of the 

be bAnnedi|7^^ — 



newAAt Ailhouette 
from A dreailng eaubllAhment. bUck- 
Uated And ahooed away by haughty 
doormen, 



they do not suffer more 
drastic penAitlcA. The wont that can 
happen — and this la equivalent to 
balng Abot at dawn— U to aove their 
aketchbooka tom up In public, 

ParlA. while the (lahlon epy's para- 
dise. la by no means the exclusive 
area of operations. Lnat year, London 
designer N^man Bartneli. charged 
with designing Piincesa ElUabeth's 
wedding gown, hired a couple of 
private detecuvea to make sure no 
one filched prematurely hli clasal- 
fled Information. Kle acUoo. otd- 
Umers maintained, was about as ef- 
fective AS trying to hold bAck the 
tide with A picket fence. 

The top designers In the United 



idels by (emous PAni designers were among fashions shown at a Fall ttyU preview in Montreel recently. A new dence 
by Chrietian Dior (left) has puffed ehirring. Pterre Balmam's evening gown (centre) >• an original model in luminous 
•d bodice and an irregular length train. Dior'a new “winged line” (right) shows a cost of black velours de laine with 
scarf and collar of powder blue wool axul lined with iilk moirt in the tame shade of light blue. 



Figure Enters 
Wardrobe Plan 



New Hats Call 
For More Hair 



Fashion Notes From New York 



By PATRICU UND8AT 
lUght about DOW, you begin to 
pUfi your new aeaaoa'e vrardrobe. 
You look forward to freah. pretty 
ckHhaa and new make-up. You plan 
that the next two teaaons are gning 
to be a lot of fun. 

But how about that figure which 
Is going to wear the ciothea? Doaa 
It do Justice to your gay plans? 

Don't buy any new clolhes unlaaa 
your figure Is as beautiful as It can 
be. If you are uoderweiglit. take 
time out right now to gain weight; 
U you are overweight, begin a diet 
and exercise- reducing routine today. 
If you have a poor poeture. do 
aomeihing about that It u sen aging 
I bow much remodeling you are cap- 
I able of once you determine the cor- 
|rect program. 

I A figure will not grow beautiful 
through wishing or by having an oc- ; 
caaional masaage. You have to be I 
tough with yourself, but not for i 
long The more you discipline your- j 
self to the refashioning program, 
the quicker the Job Is over. 

UtUeea you feel well end look i 
wall, your cloUiae do not mean a 
thing. They do not even flatter you. | 
And your preaenoe doesn't Inspire , 
a soul. It la your own selfish duty j 
to lake yourself In band and make i 
the best of you. You must plan It | 
and then work for It. But what 
compensaiiona you have once you ' 
have finished the Job I 
If you ara tMt goc^ at disciplining l 
youraeU, sign up for a good body ' 
remodeling course and seek the bast i 
diet for your cnodlUon. Then go to | 
It. Conaider It something that must | 
be done. You do not have to talk 
about it, simply do it 
Expense? Per better to do with- 
out A new dress or ault and to spend j 
the money on gelUng yourself In ! 
shape for the gala things to cornel • 



Rare you aetn the new aUpper 
raedcla hand -crocheted of gold or 
elivtr tinsel thread? Some cover up 
the heel, other* have Just a strap 
across. They are really vary smart 
and are very good for ChrlsUnaa 



own with white, Jersey In Milliner* have bor r owed from the 
Id iuade m the new tone of tniplraUon. ereaUng 

eeei combine to make one , , ^ . « . > . 

smaneet suits seen this for Pall it Worn 

The fitted Jacket is tweed, •tralght on ttie head, most of the 
i la Jaiaey. and s\te<l« ap- hats from leading miiuner* empha- 
banda of trimming. Price from Interest through tha use 

luJt. IMce^ around tI16. ^ shallow at the back, and 

best shops Ire fealurtng ^1“* 
tone in heavy aUpper satin 

le sUffest brocaded satins. strong Interest in 

’Alher formal fabrirs ari* extra 



The vogue for velveteen haa 
brought out charming models in 
eloihes as well as hats. None are 
more attractive than bereta or little 
hats with Biitched brims made of 
blerk and jewel - tonad velveteen 
One shop has *a wide selection 
reasonably priced from about 14 to 
nearly 19. In the same shop la a 
velveteen dinner dress with ttnmd 
neck edged with the same color 
narrow lace, short puffed sleeves 
and a tight bodice above a full skirt. 
It Is shown In dark green or ruby 
velveteen and costa about >40. 



hair plecca shown by the 
women of America, there la no 
problem. She merely attaches a 
braided extra hair piece by Tresses. 
Her back liair fai pulled tight into 
a tiny knot in back, held fiat with 
bobby pins. Hie middle of the braid 
la crossed end attached to this knot 
with flat hair plna to give a long 
chignon In back. Bach end of the 
braid la secured with bob pins to 
the underneath fide hair cloea to 
the scalp Top side hair than la 
brushed over to liida braid ends. 



GRESHAM 



Bo successful Uila Summer were 
the canvas bags made like a feed 
bag that they have been copied in 
felt and. Instead of leathar bindings, 
the band-4 at top and bottom and 
tha handles are of felt In a con- 
trasting color. Large enough to be 
raally useful, they cost about M. 



BEAUTIFUL HOSIERY OF FASHION 



Stiff faille In a prlncass style party 
coat, pocketed and fastened with 
buttons. 



There's more enchontment. more beouty thon ever, m the misty 
elegonce in Greshom's New Foil Shodes in Nylons . . Smoke 

Cloud . . . Honey Almond . . . Autumn Dusk . . Beoutifully 

flattering shodes to complement your new Foil ensemble. 



'chip diamond 



rutawav Jacket 



A rmnanUc revival of the grace- 
ful, ultra- feminine look of tha early 
1900's Is being stroogly endorsed by 
the beauty experts thaea days. Bui 
with the careful and elegant <jolf- 
furas. the new haU which aim 
frankly to bewitch, a pcachcs-and- 
cream complexion la more than 
ever Indicated. Bo before aaaembllng 
your choaen ooametlc props for Pail, 
why not embark on a regular akin- 
care program for poct-Bummar re- 
conditioning of your ' complaxton. 

An Meal method of both cleans- 
ing— and toning— the akin Is the 
"oulslde-lnalde'' treatment develop- 
ed by Pond's, working In co-opera- 
Uon with distinguished dannatolo- 
glata. 

Dip a face cloth In pleaaanUy 
warm-to-bot water, wring It out and 
preaa It against your face. Now. 
while the skin la itUl warm and 
moist, apply cold cream in UiUe 
spirals, from the JawUne right up 
and out to the halr-Une Remove 
this with tissues, aod rream again. 



m YATKS STREET 



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Dressmaker suit in wool with cut- 
away Jacket. The earved pattern, 
oral centre Jewel buttons ere B.OX 
originals. 



FOR THE FINEST IN MEN'S CLOTHING 



COSTUME 
ACCESSORIES 
FOR FALL 



One visit, one stop . . . ind you’re fitted with a suit that 
becomes you like a million! That'i a promise to you we 
think we can perform, because our buyers have been work- 
inf( hard for months lining up the wide.^t .^election obtain- 
able in Men’» Suits and TopcoaH. The result, we are 
proud to say, is rack after rack of Suits and Topcoats in 
every size and loti of fabrics, styles, colors and patterns. 



FOR THE FALL WEDDING 



OUR SUPERIOR 
WORSTED SUITS 

A Aide rsogf of psitarni and coli>nngs. 
In every good style aad many fittings. 
A correct out foe yqja 



PALL TOPCOATS 
You Should Soo Th«m! 

Jast the right color to ton* in wfih the 
new suit Single snd double brssstvd^ 
rich new fshrirs 

9A50 ecoo 



Artistically Arranged 



Refreshingly Beautiful 



Consult our floral arranfen 
lodsy lor the fineil in bridal 
bouquets Simpty ttl] as your 
arrds sad leave the rest |o ua 



NOW. MORE THAN EVER the rlegsrice nf the 
new Fsll Isslitons demand the right costume-making 
accessories. We have an itptctaUy beauu/ul array of 
Hnft, compacta. histroua paarts aad roatvms Itwtiry 
• . • all dtsifeed la meal poor kick aUadarda. 



QUALITY SHIRTS 
RICH NECKWEAR 

Grand selection, attractive ao^nnga 



FALL HATS 

To lop ynar ouifii. shapes snd eofors 
you’ll think juai nckt- 



Kenton Jewellers 

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 



Return of the Waistcoat 

Is a ^ if itPIUU! licH'nld 



ShimIi 



Suedf Cloven, Val Lare Tr!mme<l 



Fashion Show 



Boxy JarkH 



By ASSt YATES CLARKE 
FmMou pcopit In New York 
prophealed ir«it ihinst when 8uw 
Pennoyer went out to K o n» »« City 
lait year to Join the Kelly Don 
Compeny. Sam boa beai • driving 
force In the fubloo world for nuny 
yeera. holding vuloue >ot» tbnt oU 
ways promoted good (aahloo In o 
common-aenae way. Her laat New 
York Job waa aa aaksB promotion 



The Victorian lAfluenca atole the 
Pall clothca apotUght at a faahion 
review held at the ^udaon'a Bay 
Company here 



week, when 
styles from a famom New York 
Taahlon centred were modeled. 

From the fashions diplaycd it waa 
evident that three "looks'* were 
going to be popular this Pall '-"The 
. in grandmother's locket. " "Evet > 
Inch a lady.** and the look empha- 



BLOUSES ... in the new, de 
lightful Fall styles . , . (catur 



Nellis Don. as many . 

U not only a dress manufacturing 
firm but a woman- Nell Donnelly 
made fame years ago as a souiul [ 
business woman when such a thing 
wu a phenomenon. She Is popularly 
supposed to have Inspired a series 
of stories by Edna Perber that made ! 
fiction history earlier In thia con* 

I tury. She la the widow of the late 
Senator James A. Reed from Mis* 
'sourL 

* Prophesies' were fulfilled last 
week when Sara Pennoyer showed a 
group of Nelly Don dresses to the 
press at a New York breakfast. 
Seldom have so many Important 
laces been seen so early in the 
momlng Not only did the news* 
papers and syndicates cover the 
showing, but a good sprinkling of 
I editors froni the hlgb*style mags- 1 
sine* were there. Only Sara Pen- [ 
noyer could bring out such a erowd ^ 
to view dreu.es which, called ''house I 
dresses. " a decade ago. are now day* \ 
Ume dresses. 

I The ooUccUoo Is a far cry today 
I froip the old*tlme house drsas, for 
^ * I It contains new f ashlun Ideas and 
I a new almpUelty which. Sara ad* 
^ mils, worrlea her a UUla, for the 
'draasea are not '*fuased*up'‘ with 
I buckles and trUnmlng to give them 

I "hanger appeal.** They are designed 

■ to look well on the wearrr. and they 
must be tried on for their good cut 
to show. *Thetr quality la evident. 

The accessories shown were from 
nu leas a house than John Preder- 
la, but they were applied wHh re* 
ilraint. so that It waa easy to be- 
lieve that the clothes would look 
Just as well with your own fittings- 
Mra Pennoyer pointed out that 
must women have already assembled 
a good set of acccaaories, belts, pina. 
gloves and scarves to wesr not only 
with these clothes but with an en- 
tire wardrobe. 



ranging from plain tailored to 
dainty lace and frilled crea- 
tions. Priced fconi. $2.98 



Tbs elegant lfr>button suede gloves pictured here were detigned by s 
French firm. Gsnt Guignic. They sre Isced-edged. 



Swesters . . . ineludina Csr- 
digsni. Puilc•^«rs. end many 
types 10 both fine snd heavy 

kmT 



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FOR 

LADS 

AND 

LASSES 



TAMC5 PACOOA 



FROM um.E TYKES TO TEENERS’ 
-THEY'RE WEARING — 



FOR LADS 



• OXFORDS 

• BOOTS 

• SCAMPERS 



Bustle* bsck sspphJre blue taffeta 
dinnrr dreas draped In folds through 
hipUne by Cell Cbspnun Slope- 
shouldered bodice has small up- 
standing collar. 



FOR LASSES 



Varied Choice 
For Fall Given 
Teen-Ase Miss 



COMPUMESTARY 
U FALL STYLES 



• STR.APS 

• OXFORDS 

• LOAFERS 

• S.VODLKS 



TOMORROW YOt*LL WEAR— 

— 'Hw feather bewddress tor alter 
dark. Arrangements are made of 
black ostrich sprays with edges 
curled or of colored wmg feathers 
wired to hold their shape. They 
are in little cap shapes or held to 
the head with velvet-covered clips. 



L.\kUm. FITTING ASSURED 



HATS 



—A large-slaed handbsg mads of 
shimmering satin. A square-shaped 
bag Is made with ssUn handles. It 
Is ulnuned with a big rhloaalone* 
studded clasp. 

• • • 

—Hosiery to match your furs— 
whether it Is a fuU-iength coat or 
a simple fur scarf. Black and grey 
stockings will reflect the tones of 

brown 



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Perstan lamb 
hosiery wU) pick up the tones In 
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ACCESSORIES 



—Velvet pumps In Jewelry colors 
In gold and red they will prove a 
boon lo the evening wardrobe. The 
gold tones should be especially lovely 
for weddings. 

• D t 

— fielf-oolored embroidery on s 
daytime dress. A wide band of em- 
broidery starts St the busUlne snd 
L ontlnucs to the wslsL 



ALWAYS IN THt BEST 
Of taste. 



BRIGHT PLAID ROBES 
Your stadium robe to the game ini 
a neat over-the shoulder case. *nie 
case U aUMhed to the robe which 
unfolds to become a lap roba or a 
cape with a hood. In tk^lght plaldi 
with fringed ends they ars warm 
and gay. 



M. E. LIVINGSTON 



Trimming* play an important! 
role in the fashions that hark back, 
to the days of the covered wagon | 
and so s girl wiU find braid edgings | 
and fringes on collars, cuffs andi 
hemlines. Frog fastenings are fun. 
especially if they have never been 
worn before. 

New dsTk colors are flattering 
to many chicks and especially kind 
to those with figure problems. Thefe 
are solid deep shades of green, egg- 
plant and brown. They are lovely 
also when they are strsaked with 
light or bright colors. Black li 
, worked into plaid* and all black t* 
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the sll-important wedding snd engsgement rings as yet, 
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Buy them individually or in attracitvc matched ensembles. 
A range of prices (o suit every purse. 



FLOWER CI.rilTERR 
A cluster of mulllootored flowers 
to drem up the nerkline or waist* 
line of a sheer white blouse snd 
black velveteen sklrL 



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In outfit dark eelanese taffeta Is 
contrasted with the gown's lighter 
color. 



the proTocatlvf posterior Is 
a feature of Interest. 



DUcovar what LYLE'S 
lovely new modcla eon do 
for you. 



Sportswear EDsembles > • Taillieon 

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 



13 







pm- 9 hiHe~mp ntovoet 



MOW If** mpdt 
HOW to idontify it 
HOW to core for if 



VflUTHi 

OMUOftO 



WHIli 



shop SAFEWAY 






WRMtii 






Accor dinf lo poUet r*porti lb* 
-T« mat}, about 17 or U F«un of 



W eek-LoJifi Hollywood Trip O^erp// Victoria College Students Slated 
As Added Attraction for Air Show For Intelligence Tests Today 

A woak-kxDC trtp to Hollywood I eluded In a ntorM batng mad* of |d«fBoaairauoo of fUcht aafaty In a| ruat'yaar ttudenu at Vlct4iilatand 106 aacond-yaar atudanta. The 

with axpenaea paid lor two peopla. '^*^*®*”*'^'' <U(ht aircraft, to be followed by a CoUege wW taka tntelUgaixoa U«U>nturt to about M laaa than laai 

or 1600 caah. awaiu the bolder of a' Before the ahow atarta. 6« planaa demonitratlaa'ef crop-dusUoc op^'today aa their pre-Ucturc actirlUca ^year's vetaran-awelied flfure. but U 

hKky tkikK at tba aacood annual!'"" °'!<ontlnue. cowlderablj hlfher than prewai 

Ibla and Waablncton will fly ortrivn^i. Hock. BO . . ^ . 

air ahe* at Patrlrta Bay Baturday. j ^ ^0,1 



as*. ouM ap andagpabhad hertet P 
fled alter Hte coottxiuaUy atrucB ^ 
him. W 



headmaaUr of nearby Ualmalty 
School, that will enable the Ool- 
Icfe to UM one of the claaaroooiil 
there. , 

Ur. Lena empbaalaed Um ifflpoT' 
taoce of co'operatioo In atudeot 
jllft and Inrlted atudeoU lo brim 
auffeatlona, recommepdatlona and 
jdlfUcultiea to the atudent council 
office. 

Capl. Prentice told treahman of 
! the Importance of Ibe Unieerally 
! Naral Training Dlrlilon at the 
,C«U^ He aatd the country should 
’have the right kind of men trained 
I for commlaaUnu in the navy since 



IMUSCLIS 

^at sp oil AMY ^me 

a R*b la MiMfe't IM 

1 . ,i f -<• Gm*«- 



way to prevent war 



A Jet plane wU) then taka to tha|*“^ ^ w c .. j 

air and perform for 41 minutes It »ft«n40on. , 

will fly alongside a Lancaster bomb* Enrollment up to last night was j ^ , 
♦f to damonstrata tha difference In f*- Including 174 flrrt-year atudeuta ^ 

speed between jeta and oonventlonal decree 

planea and will put oo an aero* lelothes off anyone who came cloee. effect' 
batlc display. I The program will conclude with a quu-ee 



top army and navy offleera and other retl of Vancouver. wUl also do slunta 
prominent clUsens In the city havelio a light plane. She Is an Instructor 
been sent special Invltaiions. land has a commercial Ucence. 

Along with modem Aghter planea, AcUvlUes wUl start at 13J0 pm 
spectators will see a duplay of mod* I for pllou taking part In the “fly* 
em anu*alrcraft defences. A de- p»af ovrr Victoria. They wlU be 
larhment of gunners from the PUth briefed at the airport by airport of* 
Reserve Regiment, RCA. will ahow .fleials and members of the Victorts 



Beat Off .\ttackfr 
In Park, 1 oman Says ' 

Mrs. Marie Grant. 906 Douglas 
Street, told police yeeUrday ahe was 
forced to use her flats and feet tn 
beating off a young man srho at* 
tacked her In Beacon IIUI Park at 
S.46 pm. Wednesday. | 



types of private planes. 



Election, Discussion, Quiz Show 
At Engineer Conference Today 

sixth annual meeting of BO^wtth a paper oo concrete, followed 
municipal and publle works engln* , by papers on highway maintenance 
eers concludes at the Empreu Hotel, by Ernest Smith, public works de* 
today with elecUoos. a round'Ubltjpartment engineer. Victoria, and on 
discussion and quia program. jcity road maintenance by Mr. 

Conventlrm delegatea were guests' Jones. * 
of the city last night at a banquet! DecUoo of officers sfUl start ths 
in the hotel where E. O. Roweboi* ' last ae«ion this afternoon. A 
tom. deputy minister of the De* round-labie discussion on the inter- 
partment of Trade and Industry.jlocklng of the engineering depart* 
spoke cfi “B.C Businessmen Visit meat sritb medical haalth authorl- 



It’s the total that counta! Thrifty ahoppers know that they aave moat 
when everytkirng they buy ia priced km. The way to dmeorer regular aav* 
ingB ia to COMPARE ALL PRICES. To help, we'we bated below as many 
itema aa apace would allow. They’re typical examples of hvndreda of vmlaes 
at Safeway. Check them-^and COMPARE. See how much you can save by 
doing all your food shopping here. 



September Values 

Nucyet past*, a a 



Shoe Polish 
Starch 
Cereal 
Fruit Jars 
Matches , 
Catsup 
Cheese 
Bird Seed 



BrttAln 



Cvrll Jones, sctlng city engineer 
Is chslrmnn of the convention, held 
by the muntclpel end public works 
division of Um BjC. Engineering 
Society. 

This morning's session will open 



rUy heelth officer 



H D. Dsweon, 
Seenkh munldpel engineer, end R 
Bowertng. 

A quU program on engineering 
wlU be fellowad by an address oo 
the Kelowna eewage disposal plant 



Unit Laundry, 
i-oz. phi 



Miscellaneous 



Red River, 
36^1. pkt.-- 



OoverlEAf Whole, 16*oz. tin 



fleund G: 



Dominion Best. 
Medium, dozen 



Fluid. 6'» OS bottle 



Puf*». 

300 (heeti 



Fsclal Tissus 



Red Arrow, 16-oz. pkt, 



Red Hill, 
IS-ot. bottle. 



Tapioca Puddings 



Itoyo) Aio^rted 9'. t>s pkft 



Kraft Canadian. 
S-tsf. phi.... 



Chcrlahgd alwm •• • mirror of prccloua 
memorlea. her Bridal Wreath damond ring 
la a worthy eymbol of your romance . . . For. 
In each gleaminf facet, ehlnea the aincerlty 
of complete perfection In color, cut brUI* 
lance and flawieae quality. ' ^ 



Ceteill rnokeC. 
IS-ftI ttft 



QQa 

Vsgotakle Juics 

Baking Needs Msrmslsds 

47^ Giugsr Ale 
33 Csosa N 
24^ Mustard 
19^ Kippered Sssoiii 



Bucherfield's, 
Ifroz. pht 



Lotufl Pitted, 1-lb. pkt. 



EmprvM 0.L.0 
a-rs tin 



Monarch Pssuy, 
7-Ib. bag 



-deiicioui to eat Shorteuing 

*3.95 Extract 

2 DaaI 

^ H iBBI Sec pkt... 

ifc* lOC Baking Powder 

2ifc. 17c Chocolate 

mm It*. B ■ w Raker-. Riwmlum tA lb olrt._ 



Jewel, 

I lb. carton 



Frenrh • PrepsreA 
a-ot. jor 



FVmiah Beauty, lb„ 11<. Boi 



Kinc Oocar. 
4-01 tin... 



CBUromU White 



Prless EHsetIvs Sept. 17 asd 18 



Beher's Rremtum, H-lb phi 



n^md •TMf 

^ OtASS 

y. ' ••ptemhei laaosa 



4.b. 25^ Oranges Callfo 
,A* Cauliflower 
Onions 



Tinned Supplies 

Apple Juice 

Da«W Sugarbelle Ch 
I va9 Mo 8. ao-oz. ti 

Tomato Soup 
Salmon 

Spaghetti and Meat 



rirm.-fb. 



Aylmar. 
aooa. tin 



Cooking. 



Local crisp 



Sunflower Rink 
7S 0* ttA 



Trimmed fm of excess bone, waste and fst before weighing 



Sasen Creamed, 
31b ttn 



RED AND BLUE BRAND BEEF 

Rump Roast - 
Sirloin Tip Roast--' 
Sirioin Steak ■« 

Plate and Brisket 
Leg of Lamb 
Pork Loin 



JEWELERS 1J17 DOUOLAI 8T 



69c Baby Food* j r 

^ ^ ^ Aylmer, *oi tlns..««.. O for hU I 



empress, 
4A^)r tin 



Household 



Perfe*. 
lAor. bottle 



COFFEE 



Edwarde Regular and Drip, 
Mb fin.. - » 



F. W. FRANCIS 

1210 DOUGLAS IT. Q 7«1 



Zebra Liquid, bottle 



Short cut 



AQ Cleanser 
Floor Wax 

43c Light Globes 



Classie, 

tins.. 



Whole or Half 



NaDera SalaATtme. 

*«. Jar-^,^. 



35. 40 and 
eOtvalt. e««d) 



fioUlnc 



Sliced SMe 



LIHLE * TAYLOl 

I DOUQUii IT. Os 



tiM Mght IB UaiK QButHlM 











THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 194« 



B.C Business Volume Boosted 



th« rhrc^aionUi total ct tta.OTf ftn* 
UUOC 08 VM M.A per ceot hither 
than H waa for the ume petIcMl Uat 



Solarium Given SI07 



at ^raeer Valley fkxxU, month In the paet tvo-aod-a-haU 



June ooal produetkm cUmtocd to 
a racord for retent yean, the hataau 
reported, and told of a aUght lumber 
Increaee. Dollar ealea averaged 
hlfher than they did Jaet year tn 
etoiea rangtog from 67.7 per cent 
hlfher for vomen’a elothlnc to SJ 
per cent for Jewelry etorea. 



yaart. Oontraeu of I3l.6l0.000 to- 
sued In the flTM five moothe of the 
year repreaented a 60.1 per cent to- 
crease over the corrcapoodlng figure 
for last year. 

Although gold production figtirce 
have fallen from earlier this year. 



Do whac ibousande of people are doiof-* 
drink a warm cup of Ovalnoa at bedtime. 

For OvaJtioe fosters sound, refreshtog sleep. 






and 6. 

In presenting the cheque, Mr. 
Taverner said the Solarium was 'one 
of the most deserving r l. 
in Victoria.** 

Mr. Luney ssUd the Solarium ted 
been in operation for 22 yean. 

' Jp to today we have 
1.700 children, some of whom re* 
mained in the institution for slx| 
y^n.** he saM. ‘It waa originally i 
started by the Women *a Irutttutel 
with the Idea of caring for con- < 
valescent children. Now It la a full* 
fledged hospital caring for crippled 
children from all over BriUsh Co- 
lumbia.'* 

Mr. Luney said the Solatium had 
developed a reputation manufactur- 
ing Ita own splints. Orders have ar- 
rived from Eastern Canada for So- 1 
iarlum splints and paticnta have 
traveled from polnia as far east as^ 
Winnipeg to havl sphnta fitted by| 
Solarium officials. 

“Two months ago the Solarium 
was 625,000 tn the red,** explained I 
Mr. Luney. 'We have since made upj 
that deficit. But by the end of thlsi 
year there may be a deficit ot| 
660.000. Then we will have to go tO| 
the Provincial Oovemment. 1 think ^ 
they will look after ua. " 



Awards of conslrucUon contracts 
were said to have been higher In 
May. when contracta totaled lll,- 
400.000, than la any other alngle 



Try a cup of delicious Ovalhtie tonight 
You'll sgree thsf it it indeed The World’s 
Most Popular Nightcap. 



Thieves who broke Into two busl* 
ocas premises In Victoria hauled 
away a large amount of caody. 63 in 
stamps and 630 in caah, dty police 
reportod yesterday. 

Rochon's B C. Ltd , candy makers 
at 666 Alpha Street, waa entered 
by forcing the hasp on a rear door. 
The culprits ransacked the office, 
spread two boaes of candy on the 
floor and made off with 37 boxes of 
chocolates, marked with the maker’s 
name, and 39 boxes of Jellies. Prom 
the office they removed the stamps. 

Twenty dollars in cash was taken 
from Central Cleaners at 760 Port 
Street. 



when you 
smoke 



where entry was ndMle 
through a rear window, which police 
said had been left Inaecurt. 



ENGUSH 

mixture 



ftftar roM Msfi ak- 
las k rom i6mM 
MU<« • Sigwes 
Is kesUh ks6 
■ pirita. S<s i/fM'n 
Ming to*, mr 
Wtaesraia, la> ■ 
krie r*s fcsl 
keshktor. 

B «7 a beads ad 
Visesratt. a M«dk 
CM«d Tsmc asdiV 
— «‘t baa 

ksrafsl dfaga 



I New Missionaries 
iTo .4ddress Meeting 

Monthly meeting of the China In- 
I land Mlsclon Pryer Fellowship will 
{be held Monday at 7;46 pm. In the 
IY W.C.A. Wealey Mine, Miss Betty 
I Lalng and Miss Barbara PhUllpe, re- 
|centiy accepted by the Mission, srlU 
, address the meeting. They wUl sooni 
sail for China. I 



STORE HOURS; 9 A M. to 5 P.M 
Wednesday, 9 .A.M. to 1 P.M. 



An Important Special Purchase 



next $pd 



Snbstandards of a Famous Make 
Two Groups at Amazing Savings 



Slips that would be priced at 25% more were it not for slight, 
hard-to-find imperfections that will not affect either service 
or appearance. 



ELIZABETH ARDEN'S NEW FALL 5HADEI 



Trim-fitting tailored styles in crepes and sotins in white and 
tearose. Sizes 32 to 40 in each group. 



Whori lilocs in wintorf Yos. but Crimson Lilac Strange ond 
wondorfuU Uloc-lightanod crimson for your gtooming lips 
ond fingaftips. Weor it wHh tondoHy-honeonlxad 
compkta moke-up^from Incrodibly beovtHvI Illusion Poca 
Powdar to Graun Lfloc Fya Shade . . . obsoivta stroka of 
briNionea with tha naw Poll dotbasl Moem In It todayl 



Ordinarily 3.00 



Ordinorily 4.00 



Crimon Uloe Upcfldl. 

Crimtoti Uac NaM lacpvar, 1.00 
Crimen Ula< Pot-o*Cr6ata, 1.90 
Criman Ulac Craant lawga, 1.79 
Crimen Uac Winifft Powder, Z90. 3.90 
Crimen Uac Camse Mvdon Powder, 2.30, 3.90 
Graan Uoe Sye She*do, 1.79 



-lingerie, fashion floor 



Janesse” Girdles 
for Juniors 



Models designed to give correct, comfortable sup* 
port to trim, slim, youthful figures. 



PATON’S and BALDWIN’S NEW 



**Lutaa*' Slip-On GirdWt in while and blue. 
Medium length. Small, medium and Urge sixes. 



Bouclet 



View Master 

Stereoscope 

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Louise, Jasper and Butchart's Gardens . . . over 300 
reels to choose from, in full color end in three dimensions. 

Full color *^iew Mailer’* Reels, each 50^ 



Iir Wide Choice of Lovely Shades 



Heavier Elastic Girdles in slip*on style with bone- 
less itay-up top. Small, medium and Urge sixes. 



A beautifully soft knitting wool for fashioning into smartest dresses, 
•weatera. Available in these new Fall shades . . , 



Nylon '"Lastex’* in fancy weave in blue two-way 
stretch. Medium and large sixes. J Ag 



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WWta 



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COLONIST SPORTS 




(tSTABUBHED ItU) 



SECOND NEWS SECTION 



NO. 237— NINETIETH YEAR 



VK.TORIA, BRITISH COLLMBIA, FRinAYj SEBFEMBER 17, 19H1 



Judges Disqiiulify 
Winner of Fealnre 



Backers of Grid Team in Conference 






Jockey Unhurt in Spill — Price# Short 

Uoat of the excitement (or e rood* (evoriu to score. Cherokee Bojr vu 
•teed crowd of reclng (ene et the ' * upeet In the fourth end Per> 

WUlnwi yeeterdey ceme In the fe*. ’^' »Urt on • Briu 

. . ^ ....... ColumbU track thle aeaeon, 

tore race of the day. the WlUow. tWve in the 

Handicap, a au-furlom daeh forifuih. The Utter cloaed elouUy and 
two-yoar>olda which aaw a apec* might have won but for the worst 
tacular splU and the flnt dUqualli* racUig luck, 
icatloo of the five-day-old meet. ' unpredicuhlk Oold Bay ran 

And So On, Dr. L. Applob,-.'”" “‘I" 
bl.ck colt, look U» k«l Md 1^ Joclu, Jo^, H^k to U- 

pullln, kw, (roo. Ih. Held when ‘‘“if 

It .t^bl«\nd IcU .okrm, U» “''T", ^ 

b«k.trcuh. throwln, Jock^Ar.- 
Ubo Oom« om bh. rlL OOO.M 
bbbnn «K. «c.p«d bk bu.um 
la Um ncit crent. with the p«c-|’ “ 

letter out of the .ly, theic wu ..OVKSNIGHT ENTRIES 
ruih to Ukc onr the lead with ' ,.2^, 



UarkaiRleU, Admlnlitrator aod iM] F,ur vbii., icwpameui lit! 

Family Sharea bunched. Sugar came 2S m| 

faet In the itretch U> croae the flniah ’*■>*' rviM a*y iJaaiwM'.. ue 

line fim but the enquiry algn wax ,uSi ill 

potted and the judgea ruled that «fcceft«riefi . _ , ‘lei 

Sugar had cut In and bumped Ad- aim 

mlntotralor. They iteclded that the JgJ " !m 

latter abould be the winner and (ym aAtepiK .Mon^nsri •lei 

placed Sugar fourth. No further ac- 1 *1** •*!.'. . 

Uon wae taken although Jockey tarM VMi.»M« %•« •». 'VN«Vw*tr*-aA^ 
Bobby Summer. wlU be called up for 

an expUnaUon thle morning. ‘ ffia wue tm>d <eu.Am*n> im 

Yeaierday-a card wa. probably the , tom”‘%15I.*'?i!.rTri.r) A\\ 

meat formful of the meet with lour, •<» ewyniMd iommi im 

favorilee and two eecond choice. Us 

coming down In front. AdminUtra- '*** **’" *** 

tor wae the only hone to reward mii tmMt'* nyia. iw.mnte^ m 




Cougar Hopes High 
For First Victory 






Under Arcs TomorroH — Ulub Shapes Up 

victoria Cougar, will make their Bud French and Bill O’Connell and 
flnt bid to put Canadian football u high in hU praUe of Ray 
back on a par with the prewar Mitchell', play, 
variety when they meet Port An- STARTING LINt-lT 
gel« BtMX to an Mhlbliion game „ , 

at ^yaJ AlWeUc Park tomorrow p ^ 



night at 9 o'clock. 



'wrmnnuice. Owk Ining will atari 



-^eUntst FMM 



The game, which wlU serve as a. ^^ntre with Ed K.cAk and Harry 
pre-MMon warm-up for Cougar.' fynxer. guards. Julinny BUig and 
inier-clfy wrhedule. will be an acid' Herb Alexander, tackles, and Bill 
t«t for the Victoria Uam. Cougar. o Connell and Red White, enda. The 
will fihti be .eeking revenge for ai »umng backfield will comprise Ray 
defeat auffered at Pvt Angeles over Muciiell. flanker. Bud French. luU- 
the Labor Day week-end. bark; Archie Unf.ilon. quartet- 

SUgi hare a powerhouae team back, and A1 Denonl. lialfback. 
built arovid .parkplug Robin Rut-i 

Utcr. 180-pound backflelder. Their pw a 

heavy - hitting line averagaa lU,IW|k||’|kf« I rntlllV 

poimda and the speedy backfield' * 

average. 170 pound.. The team' _ rg 1 * 1 

fealure* a wide-open game with •'l|t«sjta; KgklaOCail 
smart aerial aUadc and quifk open- L/1 Ct M KlvlCiloCIl 
log pbiya I 

M.\YOR TO KICK-OFF two-ball fouiwome compell- 

lion for Ihe Rkiger Tr«»phy will ba 
Fitting ceremonies, with M*yv,pi.y^d at tlie Gorge Vale Golf Club 
Ferny E George kicking the flr.t,on Sunday. Pvl enirie. will be ac- 
ball, wm mark the return of the at the fim tee. 

game aa a major .port to Victoria ‘ Draw follows 
A brand and drill team wU) be in ! • b« 

attendance and the Cougars wiU be|**^~F Hcxdksr .i*e x n>r.»'id <i o 
decked out In new uniform, tar the;, m «i j. 



m Several shareholder, of Victoria Football Co.. Lid.. #hleh back. Victoria Cougvt. met ye.ttrday at DoogU. Hotel to plan and accelerate ticket , flr*t game. Pant, will be red with', J w^aird^Ard *u ^n... • -t-rr 

*22* mIc. for opening game agalnat Port Angelct tomorrow at Royal Athletic Park at 8 p.m. Way. and meant of placing Canadian football back on par . white .tripe., and Jersey, and! e p*rs»r >rd a a 

•Ill with prewar .tandarda were diwruaaed. Shareholdefi picturad above are: front row. left to right. Oeoff Edgelow, Waldo Skilling., George Straiih. heimeU wtU be red and white. 1* ** ^ *r«i a' 

*>• Sr., Dr. John Sturdy, Barney OUon. Reg Hayward Jr., and Dee Grubb; back row, left to right, Brent Murdoch, Ralph PeterMn, Jack Lawne. pop Haggerty, popular and colv- (iiissrj •«.- j m rk*> *» w 



and Jim Neely. 



backers with a double-llgufe re- 32 *!« 

turn. ■ *Ni “yrlT^i mTr. .m 

Two public tbotoe.. Dry Few and 
VUllerilowD. won the first two rscat. f«ruar« 
tor the amaU double prtca of IIOJO.^ Jg^ J^T.~b4 ?wT5J” 

Nvihflcld brtesed home to the third <Aiber> 



. . ‘ •**! Brnen garth <Ja(>nsan< ISO 

to become the third aucccwalvei naaro ommci •Ne»eu> m 

. *7*4 MiraiaU iHa Bovi . 'Ill 

mi Tuiktr iMenrnari .. .. •ni 
^ ^ mr Osllalaek lOemti ... Ill 

Four (wolf Prn^ •a*r’B«S£r .ca»ar».«ii. im 

A UUI \JU1I R 1 Uo > <4.hnsM> 111 

I rorSTM BACI — OaImIm: Me«> far 
... -a ^ . IXraa-raar-aMa aM Oaa »Ua aa. aaa- 

Spilt $111,168 w, 

I ^ 7 ; W*l Klnfg <ewtgsrt< . Ill 

. A .. A.. A I •**® Wf.njitr lUrWhartar) »m 

CHICAGO, Sept. 18 (J^.—A quar- imi fa Ubm iii 

tette of talented ahotmakcra— Uoyd «mo A*ondaia Km. <utrtiBcai 
Mangrum. Ben Hogan. Jimmy D.-' - Am.MM; ». 

maret and Bobby Locke— have takea ; «• rar»aa«a 

allll. 188 chunk of tht 1381.000 prtsel m. stratiiiaena iMancaWfi 
awag thv far dlaUlbuUd oo thc| 33 

1848 profeaalonal golf circuit. , <r3«> o«m hmu (Jahnawti 

„ .. - . j ifaWi La UMcha iCapearMlI* 



Haas Fires Brilliant 65 
To Take Lead at Tacoma 



Jockey 

Standiiif^s 



*13 : I Riding two winners, a second and 

TACOMA. Wash, Sept. 16 —A With the day warm and the breeze a third yesterday. Avallno Gomez 
I bagful of deadly Ifoni and some great Ught the 8.460-yard Flrcreat course|added 11 points to his total aod ^ ^ ma ■ 

..^|puttln, brouEM rr«l H... Jr. ™ tori. Bund., mo'nm, .3d dn'Pf |1|1<|||( RjltTS Ti«^llleil 

[New Orleans home to front Of the ,ub-par figures Nine more were J®^***!^ Alaskan yacht tor their football^ mK,Cl.V ^,0 11 

13 1 pack with a 85-alx under par— In even with par at 71. jhonors. game agalnat Ketchikan High School | . ^ 

,\\\ today, first round In tha •13,000' Congdon aUpped only once, taking Johnston failed to bring In a win- Friday. Manger Wally Smith! 4 ^ _ f WaRMl'O i awnww 

corn *Qif tmimAmervL i ■ bogey flv. on ths fifth. He had tU ner but rod« a second and third to f'^*’**^ *“* *'**^^- M. 11 dll^dgi llllllV^ iVdllll 

,,, Tacoma open golf tournament, | Vtmorrl marked up add three points to his total. i Selected from scores of applicants K K.- M 11 1 1 1% CT It 1 1 1 

ll; tod^h '^r°M im n°l!lr. *"'* teuIT'o^bllM t^lnaWrio'S' Mcond-plK. PI U,b u r , h in thr two ,Amt , but onr of Ihrm 

... Chuck Conidon w» rllht >t H.aa t ^ U>w flrrt wdnnrn uj the ; _ lr.nAnoruU»n Nr. York w.. hU Mth hotn.r o( thr 



Goblins Leave 
On Sunday 
For Ketchikan 

Oak Bay OoblUis will leave Vv- 



ful Port Angelas arbiter. aiU refeie i u od« 

Uie game. Bob Webster wuibe judge w 

-I pUy and Marry Kanto u heae; Art;rj.-F, :: ptM^vorp. 

Itoea^ and Archie McKinnon as • 

Cougar, held a two-hour «rlm- , X“r"o.b.r 

mags last night and Coach Lou The first tee will be clraed to 
Mogul reportad himself well pleased green-lee players until JO. SO am, 
a-ub the way the team la shaping but thpy will be able to start from 
up. He exp«;U great thing, from ihc 10th tee until that lime 



A^olaved falrlv easy for tlie tourtns' .... ..... ..... Oak Bay OobUiis aiU leave Vir- 

puttlng brought Fred Haas Jr. T^omlng'*ho™ to!'^ ^ *‘**‘‘" toria Sunday morning aboard an 

New Orleans home to front of the gyb-par figures Nine more were to the race for the Jvkey Alaskan yacht tor their football 



iteipack with a 85— alx under par— In even with par at 71. 



game agalnat Ketchikan High School 



.I{J today, first round In tha 113,000' Congdon tUpped only once, taking Johnston failed to bring tn a win- Friday. Manager Wally Smith! 



}{L Tacoma open golf tournament. 



ii bogey flv. on tha fifth. He had tU ner but rode a second and third to last night, 

birdies. Jimmy Demarel marked up add three points to his total. i from scores of applicants 



Chuck Congdon was right at Haas' Tf.mtitnn hh th# Mino I — . _.r^ V regular iransporUUon 3, nomer oi ine - 



■“l”.':'-'"- !wt™t«..8.t«b. NO. j sunatn... bA«a on ,„uk potuU IruTwItb^tTh? tl« 



_ . A., ,, 'a. 1 '*m*‘ L4 MMeh* iCapMrtwu* ii.l winatonnai«iiL n.c. 1 Standings, based on 

Hard-work^ Mangnim. who| ai*^i^a»*»..M. w... iw urM-l Haas nicked four blows off par THREE TOt’GB HOLES fv a winner, two for i 

un t missed an outing, waa the «M ■». sn r«ri«»n^ • on the outwolne nine with a Si and. • .i.i .• / n 

n ..-.h k-Aiii-N-w at-i4^tu .. •”* m onu.ii.hi -•» tfio B.r» j„pod u»e outgoing mne wiui a ai. MO p*r waj manhandled by mvt of on* tor a third, follow: 

p caah-colleclor wUh 133,454 as; nu on»# .»> im« Boy» ml his card ahowed five straight birdies ' . . .w ' mu 



run with tth. base, full enabled 



<ci Mrt A Marru-ADi Will B»r« 1845 
ItVINTW aACX — rutoint; SAM. fat ' 



haan t missed an outing, waa the aM ■». su raruan^ 

top caah-colleclor wlih 133,454 as; aau stach on»# <»« iMa »oy» . m 

th. pUfy-for-play awingera began If' u ^naw x iii 

A . AA. . A 'iTti* AABiira) flaei (CaywriMlK 111 

today the years Mth P.G A-aanc- ,ri»i B»amni um ioowmi n. 

Uoned tourney, the Tacoma Open I ***' ce.ni oaJr«i.h (Bemwant iii 

wuucu xEJUJuvg. u«« aevRnua vy^cu.i Pratir «ai iNa BojI . IM 

Hogan, who ha. competed tn only ui. Maimba (.» <Bun«.Mi(i . ii» 

33 evenia, waa next with M1M7.I «i iif.nin«> ... m 

While Demaret pocketed 834,473 In oranaM-B««tr tnirr 
31 atarta. and South African U«ltt Mr. ^Mo^u.Vnri^aii Far. 
ended hla Summer Invaakm after isvintw bacx — ruimint; sasa. far 
the AU-Amerlcan meet at Tam J*^;;**'**** o** 

O^hantcr earlR last month with itnci air oiaaiM tcowarmiii . in 

833.893 fv 33 toumeys, | 3Ji 5aJuarOa*lPtMo!wTl»ri lu 

The remaining 31 laadlhg morvey-| “** Jiniwiw 'W»i>ari*«»«» m 

winners, according to official P.Q.A. Sis VaniM Is# 

figures released today, have only “♦* B.aa<i • Bar ih« myt iti 

. .. FaIvtM Knitht (JMiuoni 114 

won 8178JS1 in aU. Aiaa aiieihu 

- «S4 Charakaa Bay (Ha Bayl lit 

,, ... , _ ■L'BtlTTT'TB BAca— ClalalKC: UM' la* 

HanHinorv Final Ihraa-yaar-aMa aaS a* ■!> faHaaft: 

nantlUJip rillal I^l am uer Aretn lAihan m 

t 'Mni K*« Jat iMaorrUfi *11. 

At Gorge on SundflV 7a^cau"?CrwuaTttft . * 11 ? 

r •#}■ aialleM (Omsai' . . .. Ill 



iia'eight through the 13th. Only twice. 
iM^dld he drop a stroke to par, taking 
Ht' fives on the fifth and Itth holes, 
in' MIk 65 tied tha course eomnetltlve 



won 8178JI1 in aU. 

Handicap Final Set 
At Gorge on Sunday 



Burrards Win 
Both Game 
And Protest 

VANCOUVER. Sept 18 «F>. - 



left and a deep trap to the right. 



the firing. 

The ten leading scorers follow; 
Fred Haas Jr., New Orleane, 31-14 
— 8S. 

C'bartee Cengdaa. Tacema, 11-13 



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Sidney tomorrow night and wUl Brooklyn Dodgers Washington Nal*. 6-3. rhe vlctorv 



•? aviiruuiru lui »* ; . . — ... 

2 I 30 and ihe day has been set aside traUlng the Braves by five full The Yankt now are one end a half 
»• a public hoUday. >gomr*. |games ahead of Cleveland. 

’• I Players making the trip ve Bfuce The Pirates triumphed with an ?» **■ *• 

' McLaren. CoUn Blyth, Doug WMt,.18’hU attack against five ningcrs.lfa* vert emedeea i i e 

a 'Don Smyth. Garry Webstor. John Bob Charoea prise rookie right- 

S Henderson. BUI bleyaes. Tom Hep- handerfrom San FrancUco. survived Trtink.t iT . wtvJ t». tne' 

• pell. Bob Smith. Dick Paterson. Alan a five-run Hfth Inning to go the c^rinMU 4 m lo^ toa-% n *• 

• Richardson, Ken Higgs, Bruce Auch- route and r^ruter hla I3th win '* ’ 

5 Inrole, Ray Ramsey. John Johnson, agalnat four Iosms. holding the New 

e Dawson Stewart. Harvey Harwood • Yorkers to eight hlla. st*rr4 arhtm*.- .»«. Minr<*r 

r-A 1 'Ti »na Ckmatr.tii* 

45 land Art Dtwe. The Dodgers let loose with a 15- AMintav tsaoie 



I hit onslaught to sink Ctoctonatr 



Vie GhesM. Engleweed. NJ.. Sl- 
id— 87. 

wy L.arrMo, at. Andrews. 111., 



'■X • • ^"1 f {Rods and uke undalputed posses- ,txuG» 

58 Doitiinion Pros 

» .. ^ . as* T*r« 



B n t 

ou. ,;.ieee- i 4 e 
AM sai Ml 3 • I 

‘ Hi»ra«*. MutEbKc- 



R Flemlrvg and Defending Cham-' »«• o*i* m*w tinmanNi 
pkm A. Tregellaa wUl meet over 36 ,2»t mu TjilheMn) 
helee for the club handicap eham-; «n. aen 

plooahtp at the Gorge Vale Golf mm ounbnrs iNb bb^i 



{{} Vancouver Burrarda tonight won a *3-35— 88. 

|7* double victory tn the fourth came| Kmlth, H'laaten-galem. N.C.. 
**|of the Inter-clly lacrosse final, de-'^*** ‘8 8 . 

,|2itoaUng New Westminster Adaoacs.i Erie Mentl, Santa MeolrA Calif.. 



K 1 V^V^^I\.lh*Wl« 8t. Louta Cardinals. U was «**• y,. 7, *- 

.Brooklyn's llth win In 33 starts ottroM jisissms ♦ ii b 

1 0 Driiig Goll 1 lUe Dark i*;: r.r ““ rrs; ■ 

C? 1 UranwhU,. Bcton'i A m , r I c • n ’ " .‘"’h'''', 

E.N ROUTE TO VANCOUVER. Scarboro with 370 to Locke's record League lead over the eecood-plare w**h>nitwi ssi'::^^-pn i i # 



To Brins €oir Title Bark • 

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'll »ro Y«> 

H H I 
-30 1 1 e 



I Ne. York Y.nk«. d.Uv1l«l u> )u« ^,"..1 



Club «, SU.R1M Th„ «U U, OB s:'.' Sr" .tjrWb. *W.rd NT «>!>'• ’* •* **■“ |N.»York Y.nk«.d.uv1l«lu>)u..l'’;v,‘.v;?. O.A.. "7 ; 7.7 

for the flrvt 11 at l;55 am and the w**tb«r cisusy ttmi «•*«. , f ^ * * i,, g- , ^ .Canadian Open golf championship Mela cams off second beet at one game last night when Bt. Loula,*'^* BvtrSMi «n4 hm«« 

second II at 1.30 pjn. i lnJL?»r4 ri.w u*#***”^ w ii.d-l. i,» m wUJ come b«ck home this year after Montreal Beaconsfivld in 1848 to Browns defeated th# high-flying *'**‘‘* * _ _ _ 

¥>l ¥11 K*l* I *" beal-ot -seven serlM. Clayton Hea/ner, Chartotte, m^t*w'i!ril« to Toro^^’l^B^ ^ln?°*whlto**Sl **** i-a. a-i -r-.r. 3 i, 

kIbbA i M^BBOA MIaeiIbIbbI • Burrards' nrotost amlnst last Fri.'34-l8-i8 i Karl Keffer of to 1836 at Toronto 8t Inning, erhile the Browns rapped sntairAN assocutiow . . 

DIU6 IjPOUSC r lenilllll I day^^™*^^ X M«nphlaU-18_ OtUwa won. the UUe, the Beagram A-;**™ with 381. Mel to each of the flrM 

\1/ J A T¥ r TK tonlfht^The gmnw w^ torown out I i>dy otto amateur - yewng Ttm J*”" 

Wlinn^ Arp llrv for I Ippp or Um eerlee. OJolme of Seattle - edged into the -»*P»toh. ' c.r^i.1^ o2f * Beaten 3-1 to the opener. New, rsto-.s.. a "i 'i 

It ffIMla xml C 1/1 ▼ Ivl 1/CCI l m tonights tut another squabble select group of par chaUengere, This year, aay Canada's ^ Yankees came from behind 

w larose In the third quarter and two ahooUng The course In standard fig- things wlU be different. Of an entry ^ dAiirTk/L.#.* ^A * double-header with De- ij - , . 

Excellent blua-grouae ahooUng Ispound salmon at HaUs boathmae , men from each squad were penal- uia;. Harold Weal of Portland carded already at III. there are “ , Tigers, clubbing out 13 hits . • 

the highlight of the week's hunting Hast week-end to claim hla bronae itird 'a 70 to rate with the par-busters I Canadian profeaalonala. 36 of whom “ lorrt is an upen tnu year the.M beat the Tigers, 8 -4. to the night- 

news on the Island, with deer hunt- bultoa. A. Anderson came tn Uat| The Adsnacs enured the ftoai'Dave KlUen of Olympia and Ed ball from the West Coast and ten ^’Tr“« *nay come from the West cap. Freddie Hutchinson of Detroit ' ^ _ 

tog reported only fair. 'Saturday with three ftih. tocludlng ; quarUr with an 1-5 lead, with both ) "Porky" Oliver of Seattle were the/f®”* EaaUrn Canada. ^ Canadian. Of|hurled a neat four-hitter in the H m% I ml 

OrouM bags to the last wwek have a button specimen, and returned on I teams pla> ing two men short. Early others to the group of leaden wtlh 1 o* toe Eautenure now ere * already en- , fmt game but exploaive Yankee ■# ■■ 1 ■ M ■ ^ 

been better than any to the past Sunday to get another trio. L. to play the Adanaca drew an addl- 71'a aboard a •golfen* train" en rouu,~*^- * to**'® clubs, power pujied the nlghuap out of | 

few scaaoTM aa majorUy of bird Parsons had a button Oita along ttonal two-mtouu boarding penalty Stan Leonard. Vancouver pro.'b) Vancouver, where the Open will i.*. .**?'* seldom btard^the fire 

huntare expciienoe llttia trouble to ' with several saialJer onaa. *nd gave Ihe Burrarda Ihelr chance carded a *8 38— 74. while Ernie Tate, b' Played SepUmber 33 38. ” *” Rastern Canada. 1 jew DiMagglo had only two hiU " 

securing their limit. The blues are| Cowlchan Bay spring fishing la to break through. also of Vancouver, was one stroke WOOD. LEONARD RATI — *<*’•** *•••• ^•**7 

plenttfui pracUcalJy aU over ihe -faJr. the morning being the best In the final few minutes of pUy behtnd with a 38-48-78. Fred Clunk, i The Pacific Coast thU year will ¥? * C^R A 1 RAIN Of SHINE 

INand- Ittme. Ooho are appearing tn small i the Burrards pounded In ' four Vlrtorla amateur, hsd an 81. |to« to Fred Wood, oro at the A 



Blue Grouse Plentiful; 
Woods Are Dry for Deer, 



In the third quarter and two ahooUng tbe course to standard flg-H®*"** » omerenv kji an eniry-^---- - ^ w apm a oouoie-neader with De- ,j 

from each squad were penal- uia;. Harold Weal of Portland carded already at III. there are i« W •^mament ^Id reach l» trelt Tigers, clubbing out 13 hits!*' 

'a 70 to rate with the par-buateri ICanadian profeaalonala. 38 of whom " ^bere is an upert this year the, ^ bMi the Tigers. 8-4. to the night- 



Deer bunting has been spotty andlnumbeni wUh the main run ax-istrslght goak to take over the lead^ 
hampered by lark of rain, but should pacted to the bay within the next | which they held until the Dnal 
Improve with the next downpour. ' week or two Plugs are best for the, whistle. 



Offpr Sil'v^r C'lin 

A few drer have been welghMl to springs, which are taken with el.hti -n,, nest game to the serire |™‘;;rturt;re.u“''T;; Zn f1^ I ft l \ ^ \\pt ^PtYl I- I tl 51 I 

u ** on 80 to 100 feet of be played In New Westminster AnnilJll HprHv Canada are iLiy Grey of ^ tJ.Lj* ilCl ¥ llldl 

eompeu^ and more eniriee are Unt. |urday night. T Or /\nnUai UerOy Bearboro. Gordie Brydaoul 

ex^tad fouoirtnf ^-^ekHm^pa. ^ ^ MlsalsBauga. Bian Horn? »^K“T HILLB. Bepl 16 i^.-|Mnnka. Calif, pounded Dork Han 

4 747 A? I * /• • I salmon drrby will be held at the of Montreal Uletnere. BUI Kerr ©f ; ^5' bnfvrtng doubt that a line new '>t Miami out of the tournament., 

dMrict are dying M a result of /w^-|se Of f /# f I^IOf ^ ®*b Spring Island community on Montreal Beaconsfleld. Jules Hiiot eter has appeered In the lennkl*'^ * grand exhibition of^ 

wTr^£a UJ Sunday starung at 6 o'clock in the ;of Montreal Laval-sur-Ie-Lac --jnnnament was removed Uetoy whm4 

^tog to Ora Wa^n am I t rA B morning and winding up at 3 30 pm, Rudolph Hum of Royal Quebec ts. »m« only to defending champion 

Sh™ # fh I l/'V 1 ftito R/A//'V merrhanu are convening' Without Bobby Locke of *mith * j-can besTRari o«Jhlii Brough, had been expected, 

^ litrcici CfAiy mPUytUr evem which offers . rod anj Africa and BerHogan. the fninng.^^^Jlo^ ^ ' 

s^rd-fers *bkh damacea the , » • * *■ along with a silver cup to thennaster from the United States, this match of the Hnite*^ atAtee *ba third men's match played 

^ BMlesiwinner. Other prim. Inc^e flah- yeer's Open k a wide-open affair Wimbledon champion Lb, 

J hamper and a Of the topUneri fn»m eouUi erf mr ’Falkenberg of BoUywood reached 

althmigh ^ y^ U k more of the VIctort. and Oklrtct BaskM- »»^«b wUl swing Into ^ ^ gg , Porky. Oliver, Skip , ^ JohaR^burf greyhound i »he quarter-ftoak belatedly by de- 

pi^alent than in others. A»ocUtlon en Wednmday 1““*^ ‘ after the oi^ ^ no eniranc* fee. Alexander. Ed Furgol. Otto Orelner.^f^ ^ ^ *1^' »""*«»! feattng NIrk Carter of San Fran-, 

rurtflNO GOOD Gordon RkrOer w«»orrionr It Fulford Hartxr k on the sooth eito Elkworth Vine, arto Dick Meu ap- atoro ^ed Perry of -wre I„ rtralghl g-8. g-3. g-4 

1' Bwarix pear at the moment the btg rhotcos ^ "* Drobny. the 

*"*^”*f . r,pl«dn, H«°k mm,.BobUKMun,hl4,tr»»< th.'! > k Th. rtuk»-. W» «rt«T took Mn. 

SZ «or ,»nn of «nt«l o* | 4 jof U» poll- off „ .q-llrl^flU*^'^:. ' 



tom to Fred Wood, pro at the 
Shaughnessy Helghta host enune. 
and Stan LeonaiB of Vaorouver's 
Marine Drive Club aa their moat 
powerful thresis. Top men from 
Eastern Canada are Bobby Gray of 



•ijEric Slurgess Advances 
I ^To U.S. Net Semi-Final 



RACING 



Sevee ftece* OoMy 

RAIN or SHINE 



^\New Slate of Officials 

xml ^ 4/a/ 

^jTo Head City Cage Body 



iTbronto Scarboro, Gordie Brydaoni i»t, , • 

The first annual Fulford Harbor of Toronto MiMlamuga. Stan Home| TDRE8T HILLB. Sept 16 iP».— |Mnnka. Calif, pounded Dork Han 
'salmon drrby will be held at the of Montreal Uletnere. BUI Kerr of; ^5' bngertng doubt that a fine new '>t Miami out of the tournament., 
jsslt Spring Island community on Montreal Beaconsfleld. Jules Hiiot eter has appeared to the lennkl*'^ * grand exhibition of^ 

Sunday stariint at 6 o'clock In the'Of Montreal Laval-sur-le-Lac and'finnament was removed Malay when'****!*!?* **f*’b^ K*7t. seeded 

morning and winding up at 3.30 pm. Rudolph Hunt of Royal Quebec 1-^4 lunrMa <k« tf-m defending champion 

Fulford merrhanu are convening' Without Bobby Locke of South J?rtra« i2rrR.ri^^ bad been expected, 

the event which offers a rod and Africa and Ben Hogan, the foinngiiir,!!!.**^* . »« ^ »*»»•. ! 




-i — Litner pnaea mciuae nan- , year a open le a wioe-open aiiair. ph>t«inio«ahin. loaay. wimoteonci cnampion Bobi 

J hamper and a Of the topUneri fn»m eouth erf the ’ralkenberg of BoUywood reached 

althmigh ^ y^ U k n>^^otihrV\cU>rUon<iVtoir^B»MkH-\ »»^«b wUl swing Into ^ ^ gg , Porky. Oliver, Skip , ^ JohaR^burf greyhound i »he quarter-ftoak beUtodly by de- 

pi^alent than in others. A»ocUtlon on Wedn«d.y 1““*^ ‘ the other ^ no enirance fee. Alexander. Ed Furgol. Otto Greiner . ^ “** »""*«»! feattng NIrk Carter of San Fran-, 



S^siy Breil^S^ tol®^ waa, proTMT-nl for the brand of hall were,, 

^ "•"k giren. Bob MfaiMurehle MrereMl the ! ^ ^ 

ea^ht to Umm ep^ al^ with Ernie Fields k the new vica- returning to the game too' 3PftrP ^IlPf 

jwier* ai““.JLo? i Main ' So after bMii^nJur«l. A motion | LJV-Ul C UU¥-1 

Flasher aod minnow is the moat rwglstrmr. Memberi af the execu-Vaa ri—^ stvlim tha leasua iha 

h« f« bhkbaoka. with ^ ctmrM, Lewk and Ray rightTIehi Zf pUySSw^! laA, Bepl M 

SThT the bMl«r ^ j2n to play^t^l CFl^Tbe rUflag eUry M th. 

PMgs. treasurer was namsd to sue- ^mlasioo whm shoarlnf a vtkhis year same ewt of this Narth-Caw- 

*“***®b Arm Is eUU prodoctog ©asd Oeee Waftoo, who raslgned | Injary. ' iral Saskatrhewaa town today 

watt. alUmagb f»wm boato are out uim boktti« the pmtttaci for three Tim qiMstton oi pUy-eft expmwse ' aad kft tinfes ewtha^sM tbMMh- 
owlnf |o weather condtUsns. Moat|yg©n. Wahok agread to esTveltor taams travtfli« was kft to the lag the reeerde to we If ever M 
«f tha anglers out thk week re-iiaappartly and to aid the ngwlhands of the axaruUve and wlU be had been swlrhrl 
toned wlih fkh. Medlwm-altod fiah ireasorwr wbon be takm edtke. ectod h«<t BpHng Ftoytog at the nMbiiOt nV 

are fairly deep, tavt the larger Clostag dates for eBtrtae was set Retlr^ aeaetmy CaMho auggeet- ee arae . fare Mcmbeti af a thrwe- 

toringi are being taken with about'tor Be ti to kt bei 3K wKh the Oral ad that the work of ihe eecreUry eewa. eheekag to r-^-, each 

Mg feet of Une aod fewr to 13 gamsi to ba playad sb Ortober • be saeed and p ro poeed that certain aeered a hele-to-eka ew the 113- 

mmcM of weight at Wdorla High School Fiee mit duUee .be turned over to ether I yard ervewth. The third ptoyv 

John Kaeikr weighed In a ttB- indleaUHk an that Sve hnme— lakrihki of tha necuttva. 1 toet ■ ato thria 



Score Successive Aces 



WILLOWS 

Sept. 11-27 
Fim Poit 2:45 
Admitgion $1.25 

flaktol*# Tail 

ootwooo raaK aeeocisTvoe 



M Walton, who resigned 'injary, ' Iral Seehatchewaa town today F f*** **- ^ * — ! Idke Bturgem. Flam had aceouated 

ding tha pe tot to B for three Thw qiMStidn ef play-off asiimwee ' aad left Unto ewtha^aia thamh- SeMay, had ne wener ramplrted seeded pleyere la bettltog 

Walton agreed to serve I tor teams traveling waa left tn the lag the reeerde to we If ever M *he4r eencvmtnlsiiene when Cen- f^ay to the amol-flaam Ywter- 
lly and to aid the new ! hands of tha executive and wUl be hnd been awlehed. welty iaggratad the feet 1^ g)g ^ hairewt 

- wboB be takm edtke. acted ^oa next Bprtng. Fbeyts^ e4 the nibilM n* j •atasy. third geVIng pertnee, ptmioated Oardoar Malbvy of 

r dates for enirtae waa set RoUrtag Saoetwr Catoho auggeet- ee arae . fare Mcmbeti ef a throe- ! wae than an the apeC Be dhf hk Miami, seeded third, t ta— 

Mtober 3K wKh the first ed that the work of ihe eecretary eeme, Bheekag In enereedon. each , b*et to mshe the rejetclng gcneraL 'meded sixth flliwgrM *we Fkm 

) be played en Ctotohcr • be meed and prvmoeed that certain aeered e hele-to-ena an the 113- bnt had to srtUe far a weO-ptoyed wiU eoUSde la ooe ef gntm^'a iwe' 

rla High School Fraeent duUw .be luroed over to other yard arventh. The third playm I per three. aeml-flnal bouts. I 

ns an that five hnrne- mnbpn td ths oecuUva. I toel s par thren. Flee ethsre wttnemig Ihs seenL Ocrtnkk (0«wk) blovtoi «r 



Jae ■*-**-g. first ef the three - 
seme to toe eff en the eervnih 
heir, wnk hk ehs4 far aa aea Ilk 
partneva. Jim CenneBy and Jee 



.fine win by If-year-old Hefbk Flam ! 
jof Bceerty Hills, Calif, who rallied 
after a weak sUrt to slaughter 
Harry Likas, Inter-ooUegkte ebaa- 
ploo from Ban Franekeo, f-4, g-4, 
8-1. g-0 



HeM the feat ^ ^ haireut 1 

third geVIng partner, LuBj^amg Onrdoar Malbvy of I 
an the spec Ito did hk ' MlaafO. wedSd third IJkaa I 



iJ Rugby Football 

Amaricaw rJL 

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SAT., SePT. 18, AT t P.M. 
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THE DAILY COLOMST, VICTORIA. B.C, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1SM8 



■T. Eim TAKE LEAD 

WINNIPEG. 8«pt. 1« 



Minor Soccer Group Re-clecls 



BelieveitorMrt/ 



Official Daily Form Chart 



r'alh*ruk/i^ At 



I Percy Payne; Opener October 9 



loped Wlnnlpc« Imac BrocAa M-IO 
In the fint cACDf of a bAAt*o(-thrAR 
Mmi-nnAl strle* for the CAnAdUp 
Mnlor lAcroAAA clumplonAtiip. 



Pre-Season 
Hockey Gai 



iCaprrlcM. INA Af McMaxtAy P»AUaA1ii« Ca, U* I 
rxMlAU>A AtMAXA a»A MABAUAAPW. AAXIA a. L««IA 
Atftf Awrmrr. A A DMcma A«ArMr. CIm 

FaAAmB AOA I^UM JuAf*. OAAlft AAdlMQ 
AMKiAW AwvarA*. A n. DlacMA, W. f. A. i«««. Arte. D A AArganl 
OffHiAl TMAx. w. vatexiMry. Or. U O. Aw»aa m aa 

WIUM* Aata. rvcMTlA. AC. lAartAAf. Atpuakar U. ruiA Dai 
nWM rttALONOA 



JuvAoUe PoothaU Aaaoc1aUo« At tht j ^ ^ 

AimuAl meetinc held lA«t nlfhl At a 

8t. LouU CoUeft. Don OfAjr. AW- dlfUlaw waa Aft aa 0«loh*r •. 

nuxy for "»»«r yoAra prior to Um , Nino X—n» hovA AlrtAdy enUted 
pAAt AAAfOD. «AA tioctwl flTit TKe-]in ihA TATlouA AAcUoni. They Are 
proAldont And Prod JtnUne waa j VeiArmaA of PrAnce. EKulinAlt 
Altei.edAAAtc<mdnce-pfAAldAntT«diAUitoUc AMoeUUon. JubllAA Phor- 
Oam dAcUnod to otond for re-'niACf, BAAnAirA. EAqulmAtt MaaI 
nomlnAtion aa AAcrAtAry And bli ^Market, Orenaka. Pactflc Meat. Til* 
pent wUi ba ftUad by J. AUao. Jim | Ileum Athktk Club and Balmoral 
Laaa waa namad aa radAtrar. Thlatlaa. 



LAKE PLACID. N Y.. 8apt U OP) 
—New York Ranerrs of tho NaUanal 
Hockey Lcacua will play fivo prt- 
ioaaOo famoa. ManafAr Prank 
BotiehAT anneuncAd today. 

Tho BlUA BhlrtA, who bogln train- 
inc hero naat Tueaday wUl taka on 
NAW Kavan lUmblrrB, a farm suAd. 
htra BApUmber 3t. L^lar thA fUng- 



Eorly 

4 D«livtri«t 



— eiAAT aara— ciaiwiaf. aam. rw uin*-rMv« 

AlrtatA: rUM. AJAO. IMoaa l>AA. IhWA. AAA, fMrtA, AAA 






U4»t 



AAA4 Dry Pwt I iBaerniMrl 1 
AAAA MU4 •! Ar«U 11 •llaCni 1 
mn Roiat Aaiwm 1 «awFiui i 



rn will play four QutbAc SAnlor 



IS POStAftASrER 



playlnf folf at Tam e’ Bhanter re- 
OAnily . . . AA CamlchAAl approachAd. 
Jot mlAAti a difficult SO-foot putt 
and John favt out irlUi a darUlvA 
laugh . . . LoulA tumad quickly and 
remarked: ''U'A a good thing for you 
|l>A rtOred ** 



A7»l VaMint U4dA«( A 'OCMt I 111 I A 
AAll Rwr«l P>r>A« le 'A rWBI^ A _m A 1- 
AA Miflata Au. n. Ak. 

Off Am« AA lA AA-AA ItJA 

Mate •( Ar«i* ........ latA tail 



fore opaning Uialr NJ1.U campAlgn 
In MontTAAl October 14. 

The Camadten pre-raaion Itin- 
erary: VaUoyfleld BrarAA at Valley- 
field. October I; Qutbao Aoaa, Qua- 
bAC, October t 



1949 MERCURY 
SPORTS SEDANS 

AND 

6-PASSENGER 
SEDAN COUPES 

ON SHOW 

TODAY! 



aiA f A. D«UA*a» aaA A* 
TralMA by 

C, NtlMfl 

M !»«•» 1 »lB.“0«f *t 8 Mt tl»* lA jV» M Vl. 1 JA |.». i AA 1-4. 1 M l-» 

•Jmxlf TrMK awn amA Wm MMiy. Wiiuwr murtA w a* xUlawA lor Al.lAa 
Dry rw( mucti lb« bMl. Ur W Aatb •! paM u*4«x «r*M, Wet artx U«4 «a iax 
IIA a aaA Ar«« tmt W wit tArantaa*. viatuat la >waA Male •! Broat awAt up a Ut 
t AtwnA ta (laai ikrtt-ilfbUM, IhiI muM aat att cl«w W vl«n«r Futai EuUta *Ml 
•rtnir AmA at iMAtrt. TrtAt axMr* anA Buxtl FaraA* UrtA Altar aatUof put# Iff 
u Mil Oaclaxae J*t C«r«. Amyt Rixti. Blr Braaa JliwrpM 

OrtratlAbi -Tiaka aoe« <«». VaMlua OaAf«t ili. Baa CbaU «8i. Burai FartAa rli 



By HLOB PULLBBTON, JE. 
LOCH BHELORAKl. M.Y., Sept. 
II on.— Back In 10M, Marcel Cer- 
dan bad a contract to fight Henry 
Armatrong for Um weltarwalght 
boxing champlonehlp In Parle . . . 
A war Intarfartd. but Maroel haa 
baen thinking about world cham- 
plonahlpi ever tinea ... He and hie 
antouraga here may be the only 
ODAA who think Ctrdan will lift iht 
mlddlawalght crown from Tony 
Zala next Tuaeday, but tbay're 
Plaaaa addram all quanea to Oanoonlit lUpMy, a/o King PaaturiA Aonoua about U . . . Cardan hae 
Haw Yewk Cigr. M.T. 



Bhawinlgan PaUa 

Catanteta. Bhawinlgan PaUe, Octo- 
ber 7, and Ottawa fienatora, Ottawa, 
October II. 

Boucher and hk ataft of eoac h aa ■ 
Including Lynn Patrick of the Ram- 
blare; Mum Patrick of Taooma 
Rockeu and PhU Wataoo of New 
York ftoTera— are conducting the 
Rangari’ Eaitem acbool for ama- 
teura. Borne 70 playtra from Baat- 
em Canada and the United BUtaa 
are attending. 

Mora than lOO amataura atta^ad 
the Ranger tryouU aarUar In Win- 
nipeg. 

A aquad of 41 la expaetad to report 
for the Ranger camp next weak. 



O.C. Soccer 



dovB)tTEeM6iNiic rrg» 

N£ Atrrnm TutsBcoiBeeuEveoTr 

AM2fnfAfisaU>*Ml07Eett GMC AMMO UE Mir. 



LONDON. Bept W (ReutAral.— 
Reaulu of football matchaa played 
In the United Kingdom today: 

aNOLIBB UAOOB 
PInl OtvUto* 

ca*U«A 8. CbaxltM AlklAlU 1 
TklrA DItUIm a*mtk*ru 
LaytAtt Orlrnt I. Auunm T«*a t 
Ntepon Coupty 1. BaaBIaa 1 
KartAumptM I. AAUtbfiW ualtAA X- 

wuuuti a. BMnwRiMih A. 

T%ix4 IMTUWa MaclkArp 
CartUto OalWA 1. BacMuU i 



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Js a a«? SU Sir 

M S' 1*4 catW 1*^ 

ll I* !• AOA»m a«a 

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A«rr M«jMUr A iBAyDulMyt 1 III 
A7AA luAy VyrnM 4 iJhaALaO I 111 
A71t fteC Fly a >FBnrA«Mi... 1 lH 

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i7N baao fuv a (ML-awen> a iii 

Atat Chtm Kar-g A iifAiapa*» A ii: 

II MC-rt’eta ‘ ~ Mr K 

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High BrA« 4A44 A4 W TruWW by 

MuM-wr — — tl m I T UfOAAXkAB 

AipMAt I ww on •iTJi ri^, aa. mii.iiaai w~»«ik«r x'loukir. TtAa"y5w 
BWft aaaA. Won Artnne. WWMr oaUTAA w M cUubaA for ll.MA. 

VUUorAWvn. uiwoyi *«lt piMoA ku<K At iMdtr*. moooA up ttreciAly Ikrouab Unai 
ttebth. MUtot w top is rlMlue flrWAO. Hl«]> aro« WA4* ■iTAOe BOTA M lor AtAo. 
Mi UkrAutn AS roll oppruoAbiug (mt tuxo. Wob UuA but «aa unobU to bulA vLomx 
• i pix* MotAAUr eleuoA •(renfiy tn run tbrouib AtToWh. fMtlnt up w M tblrA ui 
lut JUBp. LbAy Vomon oaA lUA Fly uroA. 

DotUroA-apABl arwTor. BUrk Miibory. air twynlAxA. Brevn Bunk 
Ovorurttbi-LuAy Vornub il>. VlUUrtWun ta>. 



AAkfd for a contract change to per 



YATIS AT VANCOUVIR 
• 2111 



Oaks Add to Lead 
By 12-6 Triumph 
As Seals Blanked 



PHILADELPHIA. Bapi. 16 uP). — ^ Two Montraalan. Jean Richard In 
Joe LouIa 1a aUU racogolaad an [the featherweight dlvlilon and Ptr- 
beavywelfht champion of the world I nando Oagnon In the bantamweight 
and the National Boxing Aaeoclatlwi ! claaa, rated honorable mantloo. ^ 
aald today there la no "logical con- ' Each weight dlrUlon wu broken ' 
tender" lor hiA title. * down Into four gtoupa— champion. 

The Brown Bomber told the logical oootendara. outa landing box- 1 
NHJt. ha lA going to wait until 'era and honorable menUem. 
December 2S before making up hlaj The top ratlnga: 
mind whether to bang up hla gloTaa Rwryutiabi rbupwion Xm l*uu. Muku 

for keepA or fight again. | '‘ouiAUbAib. bu*«, .lu. wuumi b.- 

Tbe NHA. releaaed lU lateat JtrMy. iburA cbuxu*. oau, jm Buki. 

11.. tn IK« P#fiftA»!*«tA Laa BatuIA. Bm JAru> 

.rating hat. And only Ui the heavy-. tigbt'bAarywfitm ebamAa. Waaai* 
weight and welterweight dlvlalona ' ^ 

, . .. n I Lx»flx*] «4«(Aa4Ar: Out LAAbtrlch. Hi« 

llA there no logical contender." |j«tMy 

[There were, however, four ''out-'jiio, - — 

Alandlng boxen'* mentioned— Jer- ! Lbrui rAuiAnAAn makai c«rAba. 
aey Joe Walcotl. Eaard Charles. Joe ' r«m.a«p. 

!B.k.l.ndU.8.,0W. "•Ja.S'Jto, b..... «,n.r. r 

• — tAuUlABA: Dauf lUifArA, VAXk. KiA 

I _ __ OArlUn. CubA, FrAUkU FAmunAet. Hu. 

«Atl: OAna Wurtea. N** Tork. r ' 
VllUwuin. FxanAA 
F»*(fa«r«A<gbt cbueipiAfl; wulu 

CAnnActUu] 

LoetAAl MnUnAtr* CbtM R»m. tiAUAti 
JAA BAnAr SAAilvr. Ni« TAck 
Chum CuItlArDlA. 

BAntasiAtlght ebaapUe 
iCAlirArniA. 

I LAftaal renUnAAn OuMa FArruftti , 
I fitly Lute Oulrunl. Cabu. Out* YAUny. 

I Hsvuil 

I r’ywttabt chuBpion lUnly Mufluahun I 
mrA I 

LaaIcaI MnlAnAm: OaAa MuHm. Bu> 
uAti Uuanc* aAbAAyrea, Fruixt. MAnltAl 
.FlAXM. MtlICQ. 



For M yAATA aujf 
plying rtaideats 
And viAltors with 
f t n t A t imported 
Sporuwear. 



puna MN Fax UitAA>ytux-Aiat u»A up. IaaIM 
nm. UtA: MConA. llbA. iblxA. Ml. fAurtb. W8 
At x FVaL OWOA 

it at I I 5 au Ft». oa*5;> 



tndui flAfua unA Ownux FF 
*AA4« burUvfiAtA } iXmrMatFri I 
AA3J BuriABA ) lUoyACuruum 3 

at;* auUy'4 *xeo 3 tBraeanii i 

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AAM ap««Ay L*« 4 <Ty<v«B8t) A 
ATM awAlt FvbMA A (WBOttey* * 
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AM I* I* .raritachak 4X1 



WILSON 



obAerved a rew'currAnca of bleeding, but Don wl 
kmAiAucigbi ehampMe; Toay late. iu-|thingA that might bc uAAful In the 1 fate a long period Of cofivalaacancA 

coming bout. . . . Bomeon# atkedi 
Cardan a queatlon about the fUmi 
and U wu explained that MafccI 
] hadn't been given a view of those 
plcluraa becauie Oraxlano looked ao 
bad and Zale ao good. . . . LUtenlng 
Ftp I with a puxxicd look on hla faoe.j 
Cerdan finally got the drift of thaj 
CAxiMleonvarsatlon and came out with one I 
kiAButi ortu.ief hU few Engllah Aentencea; 'ill 
Bee him September 21." 

DEFINITE STATEMENT 
Concerning LouIa' itatement. John 
Carmichael, the traveling Acrlba 
from Chicago. tellA of aeelng Joe 



Cb e 3. Jam aanA-Mtet Turtey 
TraluaA by 

_ _ Ca abmi _ 

I. WtatbAr ctAAx. Track aiA«. 



Unbelitvable 
Comfort I 

and fuaranfood I 

NOT TO SLIP I 



F«r ibrt*-r«ar-AlAa anA up. Fuxm 



/. Cinderella Filly 
£^'!Enters Two 
!i 'll Toronto Features 

InA '1A< 

^h"*X TORONTO. Sept. 16 Cf).— Vlc- 
11 i|tory Gift, the Cinderella fUly of 
WAAtem irackA, and winner of the 
. wukw. Canadian Derby and the 68.000 In- 
I 7 ajritatlon, arrived here today. 

' She wUl have a chance to prove 
I what many Weatem horRemen be- 
lieve— that Khe lA the beet three- 
year-old in Caneda— when the en- 
ter! the Maple Leaf and Breeder^' 
’ Stakes at the Woodbine 
I Victory Gift la tha apeedy. white- 
footed daughter of Oroar'a Gift, the 
fitly that Scotty Kennedy of Wlnnl- 
'peg Blue Bombers brought tor 27 
leenlA from Jim Bpeert. top winning 
'breeder The atory la that Bpeera 
'offered the horaa to Kennedy for 
whatever he had In hla pocket. It 
'turned out to be 17 cents. 



— foram axcX— Ciaiennf. purat lAAO 
SIvtAAA Flrtt, I3AA. munA. IIAA. thixA, AAQ. fAVlb. I3A. 



an rtato vQA 

A tf~Fla. jAc My ‘Bd aiL 
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r 3>| TJAbnaou I M 

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Baturut OriAMm. Bal*# «7>, 3 
anA Ca*tln» OU*Ar. Omll (7>, 

III und OIaAA 

ilA (nnincn It 

San Franruca MAAOAttta— I 

Purttand A1AA0AIA3 1— 4 

Fattrrtc* Btrucr. 8artaa« (7«, I 
and Hf'VAU, PiUatta. FlAminf i|i 
• |i. MAAiv 4lA> and 8il«txa R 
San DiAfA AMISSeea— I 

Oakland 3AIAAAAM'W 

Baiurlai K'rrlcan. Waldin <7>. 

■ and Bira uaiaavay. BAA»r il 

, i7i aitd LambatAl R 

LO* AfiAAlA* AM AO# AOO— I 

BaatOa AM AA3 PAA— i 

BatifxiM. Adkint. Rlrtiia t7i and tlA?At 
ney FIctxbfr and OruuM 



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U MITTELA Air FI ‘ ib. Wlautr ' 

PardA HAA A# M 43 M !■! TankAA DaoAte-FuraaaAa 

B*a»h Orl*« AT M TralaaA by 

bcateW Lad ^ .- — M.4A __ J W tU te 

Vl~p«at 1 mn'. Off'ai lOai tuba, il 1-A. J13^A. fll'l-A. WmIBw eWar. ' TTarl 
ala* Burl bavA. wan ari*koA 

FaxAa bad ta b* buaUaA to laha tead tn ririd vunrUr. than «anl aa la *Ui unAar 
bard nrtinf In final tofMiiib B*axb Drl«a. autrun aariy. matAd up (aat «n rail 
tainf AA«n far atdi. xauM find na apanlny in (laM an turn, bad ta be eaaad back 
ratna vary fait ibrauab Itnal aiBbtb and withaui txaubte poaaibly mi|ht bare van 
Scotch Lad cioaaA fTAunA An autoMa la final Auartar but c«uM naftr tat ta lap 
franklin K anA Ladner aus vtakanaA In Hat part 

Daciarad— AiKA Waiter 0*ar«tlgtat-FuxAa Mi. 



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MIMK'O TRIUMPHS 
MTMICO. Ont. 8ei 
Mimlco Mountalneera tonight de- 
feated Brampton ExceUlon 14-10 
here to win the opemng game of 
thetr bwt-of'threa Benlor Ontario 
Lacroeu Aabnclatlon Benlor aeml- 
I final play-oSi. 



BbQl I.MALT A.C. PRACTICE 
Caqulmalt Athletic Club's Dlvt- 
Blon 1 soccer team will hold a work- 
out at Victoria West Park Sunday 
'morning at 10. Any intermtcd play- 
len are Invited to attend. 



CwnsMar tHeaa aasawWal faofvrwv— SdrntiScally Detigned 
for Salf-Fitdog — Maximoffl Proiectioo — Real Comfort 
Without Friedoo — It U BocoodiuDoally Ouarantaed 

• NO FIIMNAl MTTIN04 • SIT OViR THI COUNIIII 

• TAXI NOMI •'FNT M ANB rOIOIT TOUl IttFTUIII 



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Selection of Late Model Cara on Hind Right Now. 

NEW PERSONAL LINE-UP AT TIP TOP AUTO 
SALES LIMITED 

Norman Ware Bernie Ntcholi Con Conrad 

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toad at bead af airauh bnt laahaA runnlnf raaa In mlA-itrttch «b*b ernvAtA. 
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but bad M pull Put »r tifbi euanara an rail and tolfm hara baan elaaar AnA Ba Ob 
aluBiblaA ar>iATtnA back tiratrb. unaaatiBf bte rtdar Winner vaa AtoeualUlaA and 
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Pub Race and Oyster Contests 
Suggestion for Empire Games 

AUCKLAND. HZ, Bepi. 16 CP).— {Claimed, should give New Zealand a 

As host for the 1940 Kmplre Oamea, ' hollow win. 

, .i w .w 1 1 Another nuggestion la that oyater- 

New Zealand has tha option of! »„ ^ . .w 

icpenlr-a and eating be added to the 
naming two «tra apocu in addiuon Ont*r-«Btlng u not on 

to the basle program. Wita already a hlghly-oompetUlvt bails but there 
are at work devtalng contceu which [are plenty of would-be competitorv. 
should give the Dominion certain [The record ll claimed to be 27 doeea 
wins. at a sttung— and New Zealand 

One Writer AUggaAtj that New ‘W ®J***"- 



Don’t Bias thbl It*6 T.D.'t 
leccat. Seosactonal for mnooch 
claodnf or BtatincocaJ tiBUoing. 

Fcacurex Hanji Primoi The 
OaA Siaua and The Town Criers 
tn the wocaL 



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Comox Bay, but net biting mack. 
Ck>od tidei at week-end. 

LKtle River. Kitty Coleman end 
CoiAex Bey — Coho Ashing la 
really tope now. Bucktall fly la 
favorite. 



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nut el II In ttenl thren-eifbian Uw termer t*uing ned nf virn FraakUa D. mnenu 
up au fur luru Umu a**« *«r M Innt part Burly pu«NB«k*r* llrnA 
DtetoreA-aunbun. Fnllto. Xnpny Bvb. OnllvitA 
Orarwigbi- Frnekltn D <t>. Mr Onitotur (3< 



Convort yawr Rorfto h m RmNo, 
F hawf f ph wHti tha new 

RCA Victor 

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Mara aT Ibaaa papNar arvpa-aatod OatarAa vHb toa tanibar 
aanaca auA miimiAn-toa airtn. atom A to II. F ito aA to 



R€>binson Cup Golf 

tJpMsde eenlor golfers wtU play 
far the Roblneoo Trophy at the Up- 
lands Club on Saturday. Tha Bedal 
round le to be baaed on (tie full 
handleap and playen wUl airange 
thetr own matchaa 

•tan RvaoB. preaent bolder of the 
■trophy, b not defcadlnt tbki ysau. 



FANCO SOLED WORK IOOT5 



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balnc MgTMih>» to rooxacUc. and you mix •urmount dlfSculUaa 



The Daily Crass-Word Pualc 



Daily Astrology 



plan* Utozpenuvc 

February It ta Marrh 90— <PtaCM> 
—try to kr*ep your feellnas troa 
causing negauve alutudea Don't 
force Uauea. 

Plannlnt Ahead Oood (or aocl- 
abllUy enterutnlng. etc ' evenina* ot 
Aeptember II and II: pm of 30 
and II. davtime of 14. 38 H. October 
1. 1. 1. I. 10 

• k]t t'wuoUdatfd M*«» r«*CirM. 



that an** 



Amusements 



for eojojnaem dovn. I 

I November S3 lo PeoMabar 31—, 
I iBaftttariu*) — Approach your ob> 
ataelaa. dlAculUca with a oonatruc- 
Uve frame of mind, you can 
overcocne them. 

Decamber 33 to January II— 

I tCaprlrom) Don't loae patience If 
things move slowly . Pnatpone malt- 
mg up 3Tour mind for a while 
January 30 to PMniary II— 

■ Aouanuf)— Be rompoaed menially 



aoai 

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II eatvpT 
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t) MnalVW mWp 
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bakln* lal i 
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W CoMtueoe 
]1 HarVnr 
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ON THK BC'USN 

\tiea -‘The Blue Dahlia" 
•tarring Alan Ladd and Wil- 
liam BendU. "Tbt Well- 
OrDomad Bride" etarrlng 
Bonny TufU. Ray MUla n d 
and Olivia DcHavUland. 
t apiiel— "Tbe PuUcr Brtiah 
Man" etairint Red BIteltoo. 
Btarta at 13;H. 3 43. 8;0a. 



ElO Co*a tar ring Lon 

TUCATBE Chaney. Jr., Carole 
LandU and Victor Ma-, 
lure, "One MUlkm BC.,” now ebo«>‘ 
tog at the Rio T^iaatre. tcUe a cimple 
etory of two prebietoric tribe* — the 
Bhell People and the Rock Tribe—, 
who lire their Uvee under the shadow 
of attack by huge dtnoeaura, woolly 
mammoths, mush oten. terrifying 
reptUct, as well as rUltatlons of 
eerthquakas and seething volcanoes. 
How a common danger serves to 
end hostiUtlee between the two clans 



OOEON ‘"nie Bmi Years of Our 
THEATU. LIvee" le cooUnuing the 
second we^ of lia run at 
the Odeoo TTiealre. and more and 
more Vtctorlane are aeclng for 
themselvM what this picture has 
that earned It a total of nine 
Academy Awards. Predrlc March 
won an Oacar for his nle as the 
•my sergeant who retumi to dvUlao 
life sj a banker, but Harold Ruesell 
nearly steals the show as the navy 
veteran who loet both hands lo 
the Pacific and uses hooks Instead. 



Per Friday. Mpiember 13. INt 

Today's Quotatton- "Tbs only 
thing that doesn't become smaller 
when it la 'contracted Is a dabt."— | 
LoulsiAUe 'nmes. 

Friday tor Everyone — Complete 
tasks, eolve problems, bring oui- 
sUndUig matters to a favorable oon- 
cliMlao but "watch your step" where 
expenses, earnings and possessions 
•re concerned. Take no ehaneea. 

Look tor your blrthdate and birth- 



liKvrpurslse 



UesttIniM— "The Fugitive' 
etarring Henry Fonda; 
"Llghtnln' in the Forest' 



Oak Bey— "Thunder In the 
Valley," etarrlng Lon Me- 
Canister. Edmund Oaemi 
and Peggy Ann Oamar . 
"Boston Blackle and the 
Law" starring Chester 
Morris. 

Odeoo — 'The Best Years of 
Our Uvea," starring Myma 
Loy, Fredrir March. Dans 
Andrews. Teresa Wright, 
Virginia Mayo and Hoagy 
Carmichael. Starts at 1:00. 
3:12. 1:44 and I 40. 

Plasa — "The Adventures of 
Robin Hood" starring Errol 
Flynn and Olivia DeHsvU- 
land. Surts at 1;16, 3:31. 
1.38. 7:31 and 1.16. 

Royal— "A Foreign AfTsir," 
starring Jean Arthur, Mar- 
lene EheUlch and John 
Lund. Staru at 13 00. 3: II, 
4 .36. 6 41 and I 07. 

Rio— "One Million B.C." star- 
ring Carol Landis and Vic- 
tor Mature, "My Paf Trig- 
ger." JbsTTing Roy Rogers. 

York IntemsUotial — 'Wel- 
come Stranger" starring 
Bing Crasby. Barry Fits- 
gerald and Joan Caulfield. 
Walt Disney's "Fun and 
Fancy Free " 



March 31 to April II — lAriesi— 
Don't allow emoUonal outbursta 
Make concessions in order to main- ' 
tain harmony. 

April 30 to May 30— (Taurus)— , 
Caution Is called for to avert nega- 
tive Bltuetkuu Don’t lose your 
poise Accent teamwork. 

May 31 to June 30 — ( Gemini i— 
Rule out aggressive impulses where 
sfTsirs of the heart are concerned. 
Don't squander savings. 

June 31 to July 22— <Cancer>— i 
Keep clear of those who oonAlct 
with you. lest there be quarrels 
Don’t disclose objectives. 

July 33 to August 33— (Leo> — 
Take into account the fact that 
folks are "touchy" and self-control 
is necessary. 

August 33 to September 23— 
<Vlrgo>— Resist the urge to rest on 
your laurels; be on the Job. Have no 
part of questionable ventures 

September 23 to October 23 
• Ubrai— Be tactful: avert dUhar- 
monv Allow your Interests to 
progress at their own pace 

October 31 to November 31— 

I <8rorpioi— You gain nothing by 



smoking 



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rUrlMi 

4t KirtswntUio •! 

•pprovai 
41 eropaun 
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44 PoMd 

44 Pl4f* at coabai 
M Mala a«an 

SI Ta PMipona 
k4 Itifar la RaSaa 
, M OoniM <il calUa 
M Wnokan 



ROYAL Jean Arthur returns to. 
THKATRE the screen efler an ab- 
sence of four years in 
A Foreign Affair." now showing si 
the Royal Theatre. She plays a 
siralght-laced CongresawomAn who 
Investigates morale among occu- 
pational forest In postwar Berlin, 
and who rivals glamorous Marlene 
Dietrich for the love of American 
officer John Lund. 



M Oiaak pajrsifian. 
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•ncloaa 
M meaS 
IS Pttaale nbaan 
n NoMwrnsi birS. 

)I. Orvai anaar 

Coatmunian labU 
M Wher* Moa«* ra- 
rrivas ih« Cew- 
mandmenia 
II SlaUi 
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'baanbaQi 

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41 Stac 

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44 Lui al nama* 

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and gv» 

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Biutlng iMirtar 
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4 MunMisaJiir 
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t HnU *ntas 
IS ftapeatee 
1 1 To ranrol 
II. Tha ar,atrila 

14 Werk m*a4urMl lit 
tarau al h«ai 

15 MnvaabI# ahrJier 
II CnIInquial 

mevaitS ralloor' 
14 B«rFi)rnr* 

1* Larft tub 



DANCE 

TONIGHT 

‘LOWER* 

CRYSTAL 



PLAZA The well • known ex- 
'TREATRE ploiu of the bandiu of 
Sherwood Forest in an- 
clcni England come to the screen 
in "The Adventures of Robin Rood.” 
now showing st the Plasa Theatre. 



Olivia DeHarlUand co-stars with 
Errol Plyrui in the elaborate Tech- 
nloolor production 



Taft shoM sfwobiwg plsaisesl k's 

the grsad, fresh quality of Craven 
‘A'^plus the cork up— tfasi raskes 
•11 the differeece. For • cod, 
tmooth. sstiifying smoke give me 
the cigsrene thsi's so koe il'e 
world famous. 



NORTH 



South won Che first trlrk with the 



OAR BAY Edmund Owenn and hu 
THEATRE vitriolic Uingut lend 
color and action to 
•Thunder in the Valley." the Tech- 
nicolor production now sbosNiig at 
the Oak Bay Theatre Other stars 
are Lon MrCalllster as s wistful 
shepherd boy and Peggy Ann Gar- 
ner. who plays opposite him In her 
first grown-up role. 



TtCMMKOlMf 



CtaeweA' 
will not affect 
the throat 



SOUTH 
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YORK Bmg Crosby and 

INTERNATIONAL Barry FiUger- 
ald arc togeiher 
again In "Welcome Stranger." now 
showing St the York Theatre. Joan 
Caulfield playa the golden-haired 
small -town school teacher who pro- 
vides the romantic Intermt. 



louth West North Cast I 

. A paas 1 « Peas I 

I N T Paas Paas Pam 

South started with one club for 
veral reasons, he was not JusU- 



PLAZA- 
OOEON 
MOVIE 
CLUl 
K SAT. 



OAVW flAIJA- ^ Cork Tipped C.g.r?w 

wuhom cork ups ,n ^Hd! 

«-^mc koe quality as Oavea A . 

CAIINtAS ITO.. 10S400N. MOiAMO— 1|0 TtAtr ■leUTAnOW KM OUAtRY 



BAl'REI) ANIMAL * 

The Indians attributed great 
supernatural and sacred import to 
white buffalo hides. 



one dub would 



|5tinrigp #mfi -Sunupt 

I _ ekrTTMaea 

I TTm •! tunriM kns ouciMt 
, lUadarS ilmai at Ticterlk, BC. 



UVE'S LIKE THAT 



2 M»r* Ooys ? Todoy and Sot. • '• 



By hred Neher 



Cortoons ! StOBO Acts ! Fun ! 



Bun- Bon- 
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COME EARLY I FOR 
FUN AND SONGS IN 
THIS YEAR'S BEST 
2-HIT SHOW I 



MMMrelo«te«4 OtUra 
Vlelvrlh a c 



DANCING 



TODAY otui SAT. ONLY 



FA«T STEEL FBOOL’CTION 
IXlNDON CF> —A proccM to make 
steel In eight minutes that formerly 
took 18 minutes, increasee output 



eXTBA 

CARTOON 

NOVILTIIS 

MfWl 



SATURDAY 

IXHIglTION FROLK 

0<rM4 rr*« P.N.t 

JOCKIYS' NIGHT 



OMLY 200 UU6HS TO A 
CUSTOMER! i 



by 80 per cent. Developed by eclen- 
tuta here recently. It U said to eosi- 
■titute one of the most eignlflcant 
advances in steel production 

NMthods for 100 years. 



CBZml BMMSIOIE 

* OOML 0 eUCK-CNMUE RcCMTtfT 
MORTIMIR SHOO • MKEH ROUK 

MTaomea tv M RM» ncTiMi I 



SATURDAY NIGHT 

North Ward Hall 



NOW PLAYING 



THt MOST COMFtm IMTIRTAINMINT AT 



WILLOWS - ARENA - ATHLETIC PARK 

Open meeting for pubbe opinion. All members of Council 
specially invited. Chairmen, Scotty CresswcU 

LET'S GIVE VICTORIA TO VANCOUVER 
DONT FORGET I P.ll. SHARP 
Truth is Stranger Then Ficti^ 



"Fix Ifec ecreea ur trim the gram, ape al a (Imp. Eddie, befere the 
aeighWrs call ymi a C'emmanist!" 






“Tht 

CkallMtt 



How It Started 



came the Latai chrosnatlcue— and 
our chromatic, "relating to color." 
And the colored compounds of the 
element we know as chromium sug- 
gested this name 
« a »Waod br thp a«U arMlv»i« tm ■ 



By JEAN NEWTON 
THAT WORD CHROMIUM 
Aad laeMewUlly. BUtCTRICITT 
•‘Chromtum-flnUh la a compara' 
lively new Invantlon." writea oui 
'What I* the mean 



ROYAL COLWOOD GOLF 
AND COUNTRY CLUB 

"SUPPER DANCE" 
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 

FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE BELMONT 83 

Tickets: B4.DO CoopW 

-SONNY” BIRD'S SiMECB ORCHESTRA 



Tlie TENSION 

••« ofreknHe$St 



oofTespoiKlent. 
ing of Its namcT 
TTm queAkm la a go^ one. for 
It brings ioto focue the tact that 
while compounds may be new, or 
tlieir composition oonsUtutre new 
diacoverles. their seMnUals are uau- 
The naming 



ally old In this world, 
of new concepta, or newly-discovered 
thIiMs. euggeeU this thought, for 
their naming la usually after eery 
oM things. *niue Benjamin Franklin 
may hare brought eleetrlelty dram- 
|atleany to tha notice of mankind. 

I but the srard. "clectilc " means 
amber, and had Ita start In the Bane- 
km wtttoh p re c ede d the Greek word. 
In the etrciimetaoce that what we 
lean electricity was oore produced 
by the trlettea of amber* 

And chrosBlum loo. was named 
for eosnethlng which has long axle- 
tad to the uatvorsa. and that la 
color, tt eomai from the Oraek 
ehrocna, maentng color. TTuis. out 
!of the Orwk "sotted for oolor.* 



TONIGHT 



BERNtE RTALL 
AND HIS MUSIC 



AveiUbk for 
Private Pertien 
Bewfoets 

Wedding ReceptMMK 
Clab Meetiaga. Etc. 



TALINT QUBT 



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Chicago Crain 

I cmCACX). 8^ II vm— Most 



^in futum hrM at««<ly oa um 



L>Dt »r«lALa 



Bo«rd q( Trad* dMpit* a bTMk in 

eaah coni prtcaa. Wbaat, oaU and 

new crop com held email fractional >ON P MA EEIT 

(atna moat of the icaiton. Wheal MONTOXAU Sept. 11 CF> - 

and oaU were aided by Ooeenuaent minionM. proelnclala. munleipale 

purchaaea of iboae cralna hen Wed- eonwatlona were fraturalaaa to 



Vancouver Slocks 

I TAacouwn, sept ii cn. ~ 

fitocka moved IrrefiUarly to a nar- 
row froove on the Vancouver Ex- 
chanfc OUa were firm, but golda 
were IncUoad to be ^>otty. Baae 
metala held aleady, and Induatriala 
eaaed allfhtly downward- Trading 
vraa moderate. 



London Market 



MEW YOfUC. Sept II OP).— A ooa. aai4M 
dulct and lirefular atoek aaarket ^ aw»a« i 
ended allghUy higher under tba 
leaderablp d imlla and ateek. Tha g,ta nit 

Aaaoclated Preaa average of M alocka u*a«tai Wm* 

gained J ol a point at M.1. Tba to- - 

duaUlal portion of the average waa uimi »aria«r« a 
up .1 and rmlla gained .4 of a point 
nuilUea were unchanged. j ja hm -XAitviBe 



LONDOM. Sept. II (Beulerai.— TL.VJr^ T 

Trading waa alack on the U>ndon a * ' * 

Stock Exchange with tha Interna- 1 

<100.1 UIU.UOO bi«o«i to tack 

contldcoc. u»oi dcklcr., Alrcr.tt| ^ 
dtao. w«o Mklo in <tam»n<l. 
helped b, tbe epMd-up lo HnXWjSaJtoUSrtaui. 
production. De HavlUaoda were ~~ 

rVimlnlnn wrlaiwa * * 



Casa, bacooieuve 
c«Baei*M aaiuw 

Cta. Vt<a«n. »om 

Coctabttu p>o« 



PARNHAU. Sumy. England CR. 
—A local reeldent timing blue Uto 
removing tope from milk bottlea en 
hu dooretep to eteal the wuia, eaM 
alx aeconda waa tha record 



Pomm Altehal 



Cmi« l^pvr 



C«a«uM«rt OUm 



Dooualon Ertiltt 
. Deal Baatawme 
|Oo«. v«aBeru« a at««i 

'I>om WMUvm 



DomlnloQ STldfl 



better et Mk M. BrtUah Ckivern-iDom voundrMt a eiMi lu. n 



DOW JOKES' AVEEAOEg 



AoM one* 



tkomtilon atotcf Ltd 



trading waa antaO. 



Ho«nf (>1. 



PmU) ... 

P*»M CoU .... 
f*rnrM3i OMibl* 

adhbnU? DutlUar* 
Stand (*altr 
Standard OU K-J. 



Twenty ralk, tlJi. e» Al. 
riftewn aUllUm. U.7I. eff JL 
Statj'flvt at e e ka. fT.N. ep .11. 



* AUaaUc 

* WMtlab DenialM 

c. a ■ oor*. ■ 

, ralBoni 
;*<CaUnont Ladtn . 



.Imi>rriat Ol} 

Cloalngi: Babcock l( WUcos. Ma; |iaptriai Tvtoc ce 
Boots Pure Drug. &to md: t 

laak: Central Mining. fWk; 0«»- ' “ * 
■oUdated Gold Fields. Ms M: Cour- 1 tataniaitmai eatraiawa 
taulda. »8 4kd: Hudson's Bay Coen-'jjgjj; *% vit 

pany, TSa Id: Imperial Chemical, MeCoU leonwnM. cam 

ee .e . . eo jo. >.e oa Mdetr»al LOVMB«UTa W« 

44a 7Hd; Metal Box. Ma M; Mrx- uoMrrh KnititM oo lAg. 



ansr e*ptj 
ClaetralHi 
PaaMM VUrvra 
Paanr Pamar 
Plaat Alrerafl ..... 
Pare »t Canada “A** 
Paundatiaa Ca 
rti»»r Co VT 

'■atinrau pow»r 

(I'Qtral ataal Warai 

(oPk-iin tla« 

MtmiUnn nrteea 



* ' -l ira; LaSue 



''omtnai; 

• cimtr.KnataJlh 



Rntbueb 






CloM 

in 'aoulhara Parlt 
n^aiauii cal Bdia« 
eat anu'btrn Rallt 

.fJM^*** 

tils OtUaa CarblSa 



Winnipeg Grnin 

WIKNIPEO. Sept II CPt — OaU 
aruj barley futuraa ahowed a firm 
trend on shipper buying end oc- 
casional demand from American ae- 
counU In cloalnf trade on the Win- 
nipeg Grain Exchange. Hedging 
pressure waa on a allghUy heavier 
ecale. Some aeeboard demand came 
out In rye. Proce i eor s were buyers 
of flax. 

(■ A HuBibar. Lid > 

Itr^ Omb Hlfli to* Claaa 

Oct. I«4 )4|\ U4 14SW 

Dae . ... lUH t4t\ lUV I4V<« 

May low ISOW 14VW i»eW 

EarUv— 

Oet IM'( teSW inj't IMW 

Dor eew leo'a sa m 

Mar MS iao>« MW MW 

Oats— 

Oel T>', ns 7IS 14S 

Oar . va^b Tis raw i*s 

May T3W M T> 



AUiaa Oaa»HBla 

Aaenraa Caa 
AserUBB Tabawd 
Aaericaa iaalur 
ABiartCAB TSl a ' 



Olobe < 'll 

Margal 



.JJi* Oabaa Paelft# 
OniiaS Aimart 



ItnarHal OU 



ladur Watt 
Mercury 

MtOouaaU Seeav 
National Pete 



tmperial Tabaaea .... 
induairtal Aeeavlaaca _ 
tai. Braaaa M«4ar , 
Inirmational WtaSal 
Intamationai Paper 

IntemattMBl PvM 

Jaaalca P8 

Lake bT WaBSa . 

Lovnay. Waitar M. 

Uael* Leaf, can ..._ 
Uataey Hama, aaai 
Mavry Harrta. wt* _ 
MeCAll Pronianae. atBi. . 

MacMilUa "A" 

MaeMniaa "W 
v«nn g Obi Paper 

Mitfhall, Robt 

UaUaaa Bra« 

Moniraal LoeastBU«a ... 
Moore Corp 

National Bre* 

National Drub . 
NaMonal Steol Oar ...... 

Oatlria Plour 
Paaa Hrr|ry 
PovtX Rivar 
Poaar Core. 

Prtre Broa 
Qiirbac Povar 
Bi tAvranre Optb , tat pi 
Bi lAwreace Paper, lat 
Birki' BrauarMa 
Routhaai Ca 
. SouUi Can Pruer . 

Standard Chealcal 

Steal of Canada _ 
I Taylor P A C- r«a. 

< Taylor P A C . ptd 
Doited Steal 

'Walk*- nnedartiaa. reai 
iWuietl Preducta 
[Wtnnipaa Vaetrie. roMi 



I12J0 

UM 

»17.M 

fll.U 

M1.00 

$49.K 



Sen Frwfuhge 

FwHlgnd 

Self Uke C»ty 
Clilcg|e 



^Closing Averages 

tJaaiaa .nicbardaae A SaBB. U4> 
TOEONTO 

Twenty Industrlels. 178.17. up Jl 
Twenty golda. MJl. up b6. 

Ten bese metxk. M.71, up .U. 
Fifteen Weetem oils, 40 It. off -13 
ToUl self*, 171.000 shxrcs. 
MONTBEAL 

Twenty industrixU. IIPJ, up .1. 
Ten utUlUes, Tin. off J. 

'ITilrty combined. 110.7, up 2. 

Ten pulp end poper. 866.04. off 1.73 
Fifteen golds, 00.34. up .01. 

Total teles. 330J0O sheres. 
VAKCOt'VEB 
Twe n ty gold*. M.I7. off .04 
Ten base meuls, 1 13 00. up 1 44. 
Fifteen oils. Il5kl. up .31. 



I Vulraa 
ISuiitat 
Buparior 



Toronto Stocks 

TORONTO. Sspi. II Cf) Piu-Ab 
wtfs Irregulerly nnrTOw to duD tred- 
ling bn the Toronto Stock Rxchxnge. 
Industxlxls were a UUle firmer on 
□arrow gains, and golds arul base 
metals were mixed. The few Western 
oik trmdPd weakened Steels were 
■trooger In (he industrUl graupings. 
end foods edged ehead. Financial 
Institutions weakened, and utilities 
and textile* were mixed 



'SbyoBBa Cons. 
' Br* 



RUar Caa. 



Hollincar Oen* 



HaSaao Bay M A B. 

Ktr AddtaPB 
Melsiyra pPreatUBa . 
NorandB Miaaa 



Caribou O^d 



Osnsrabb 



Oaorra Copper 



(Velratida 



fitandvia* 
Orutl Wihkaoa 
Hatft-* Maarot 
HibRland BaUt 



SANaS 

Cbb Bb<«k af Coa«ir<ra 

OoBiiniaB Bank 
Bank of Moniraal 
Royal Bank Of Canada 
Saak af Nora Beoiia 



Pacific Niekal . 

P-nd Oreilla 
Ploiiaar 0«14 
Prticitar Bordtr 

Piiaataar 

Ouautna Oapr-r 
Raavat MrDo.aU . 
R«no CWdd 
Sbrre Ctack 
Rilbak Prrtniar 
mivar Rirtyr 
iTarlnr Bndca 

Vtiea 

WriliAViaa 
INni "TEIALS 
B C Poraat PtuSmi 
R C Tttrl 

Can. Waatam Loa) 
CapiUl Batataa 
Coaal Brav 
ft R UacMtllAB "A‘ 



Montreal Storks | 

MONTREAL. Sept. II CP> —Trends, 
were mixed and trading w*s fairly; 
active near the final hour on the; 
Uontreel Stock Exchange. Mines' 
firmed in quiet dqpUngs. Canadian' 
Vlcker*. preferred, following an-| 
nouncement the company would pay 
arrears going beck to 1331. Jumped, 
up 13 potnu. *nke common stock; 
rots three potnu. Papers were ; 
steady In a dull Ust. 



tHaear tavaUmaala. lAd > 
iNDt aTaiAi. serrtoN Bid Aikad 
Aabaytoa .. sew 

Aaadia AU Buaar *'A’* 9B'i 

AahdaBM Hardwara "A** I4W 14*« 

Baaity A- _ yi iew 

Biuck M'lla -A“ - . IS n 

Brurk MHb “B" 4 a 

BracUlan TraaUoe tbW tSS 

BC Pr>taai PraducU IS JS 

! A. OU n ti l 

C. Poerr “A“ . . MS MW 

Can Brawartea tS tOW 

Oan. Car A ^vBdrv. obm. ilS liw 

Can Car A Poundrv "A" _ IS ISW 

Can BUamihlBt. ara IIS 13'« 



Mortgage* 



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FERRY SERVICE 



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M Cab Cannara ‘ A^ 

>*22 Cbb CaBBara "B" 

WM Can Cannara eoei. . 

■ Can Oilanaaa _■ 

I Caa CalanM«, pfd 
Canadiin Parille Ralt«ay 
Aakad , Oaaadlaa IndoaUiaa Unltad 
.CnaoieawaaUb 
ee \ Coea Papar 
.OS ' Ceu, SaMlwa -- 

oaw wraaiam BUiaber 

IS Diitillyrt Baacrama 

be Dominten Btidra _ _ 

-le Bow Pbundrla* A Siaal 

Daa Btaal A Caal "V" 

M Dorn TaTtuaa — 

Biidy • A • 

as , Mird ef Canada “A** 

OSb, lOatlnaan Powar — - 



M I (Jaaiaa Riehardaoo A Bom 

M I Bid Aahcd 

Can Inaat Pund MU 

I^^lCbb Baak of Cooiwarea S3W aaw 

M4 DomLalM Baak MW M 

.!!> UbPartal Bank US MW 

Bank af Mootraal U M'a 

B«nk af Naa Bcotta U IS 

If Royal Bank 14W MW 

^ Bank of VSraoto U UW 

... AUaa Blarl »* US 

Ifl’ AbitiW. com. MW nw 

Jif* AbUibt. ptd ~ M M'a 

If*' , AJaoma Statl *• 47 

Alunlnun, ea«L MS MS 

*22;* I Al'iiBinum. pfd. — . U US 

>S|AahaatM Corp. US US 

I Baihont ••A” IIW Jl'V 

Bill Talaphona — — . !• IMW 

If, Braafllan Traetlea UW US 

■2r*'BrUUb AmtrteaB OU SI UW 

fJ^lBC. Poraal Produeta . IW IW 

>2t; BC. Pppar ••A" M M 

“’4 CrtMrn. a« . 4% . JW 

•* BrewB. pfd lUS 111‘* 

222' ' BulldlBf ProdMla .. M 

n> 1 Brurk Mina "A- II M 

"W Bruak Mllta "B' T 



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be treated in sirictcit confidenre. Our staff hsi been advised 
of this advertisement. 



OQVkiOAoaral BAkanai. aaa. 
eew M Ortal Ukaa Papv 

.MW OaAdyaar 

.sew Oypaun . 

17 fllraiB WaAae 

.SA .se iMparlAl Beak 

ee Tmparial CXI 

} ee tBUrBaClonal Niekal 

eew ("'tsmaUoBAl Paper 

ee tntrmaUanal PplralaaiB 

.M LoWa* Oraceev "A’ 

.e*W Loblaw Ofi>f»rv "B" 

.SIS -SI MrCatt Pronianaa 

MrColl Proataaae, pfd. 

' Mannine Vtmbar ... 
M MW , Maaary Karris . _ 

‘St Maaaay Ram*. pCS. - 

.. ?! MaeMUJsA "A" 

.U .M MarMIOan "B" 

■ U -U. NaUOTial Brrwartaa . — 

•If .MW National Btaat Ow . 

••k OellrW 

-ITW -liW , ^rlty Mour 

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‘C. '2» e'moaon'i, ptd 



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AlUanro _ 
Arrav 

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of estate planning and manage^ 
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Forrign Exchange 

NEW YOWC. Sept. IS CF.— The 
CxnxdlBn doOdr eloaed up 1/11 of 
1 per cent at * discount trf 1 1/11 per 
^ cent Th* pound eterUng was stoedy 
■■WjAt I4 0 I*a tn elodnc foreign ex- 
I change dexllnv. 



AbitlM >11 set 

AblUkl <n M> 

A-C TVI use par) 

B.C. Bcclru — 

8 C. Trirphao* 

HC. TVlapbaM — 

Bloa RtkAaa 

Calesry Pawar . 

rartbda Brand 

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Cab cvlanaaa (ILISi 

Caa uumiaai 

cv Nt na* itie PAT) 

noailnuw MaRtee 

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I teiPOTlAl To*. <W PAT) 
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B*nk cle«rlng» for the week ended 
Thurwdxy totxled |5J153,0TI, com- 
pered with 18, 131.711 during the cor- 
responding week Ixet year. Record- 
ing tn the Vlctorto CkarlDg House. 



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this 'PersonxJ Consofc' has amas- 
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esionishing sensitivity snd aelec- 
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'Better Buy*. 



TORONTO, Sept M EFl.— Onn- 
xdA Packert. Ud, reported both 
dollar salae and net prolHa at »*w 
highs (or the fiscal year ended March 
31. Dollar ealas totoled $331,464,017. 
and net profit was I3.H3J00. or HE3 
a share/ 17110 compares with dollar 
ealea of g304.06l.060 and oet profit 
of t3.0U.M4. or 11.71 a sham to the 
praeedtof year. 

ITie record profit to aeeotntAd for 
by Che record advance to prloca tap 
most pnxtoets hanrtlsd bp the eoB- 
pany. To the normal operaUng profit 
was added an ''inventory*' profit of 
M36.M8 accTulnc from lbs advanc- 
I tog prlcea. 



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who invest funds more or icu permaaenUj. Trans- 
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pal and Corporation Boexu and Dcbcnmrca. Preferred 
Stocks and ocber high ga^ invqsancota. 

These tnve a roo rely Rpoo os fer research and sracis- 
bcaj tafoemsnoo upon which bo fern jodgmeoa 
■bout buying or sefling. 

In addhon to ebeae day-to-day operations, we ooder- 
write soldy or participate in tbe initial undenmcing 
and distribution of all types of high grade Botmu 
and Debcncurca. 

The extent of oor fadlidea U indicated by the lea 
that we have foumeo ofices firoo Montreal eo 
VictocK directly conneewd by prveasi wirca. cfatis 
assuring investors the vridesr OMutkecs on which eo 
do buiinreii 

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Review** which is highly regarded by chose who re- 
OMve iL A copy of m cwiienr mmtt wdl be ant an 
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BraaAfnM 0*3 


Movry BMo* 


Jark 


Brreb 


1 Braaxfaal 


CM 


Mamuff looiakim 


Nwi aak kiorfcau i 


3.13 


Mutic at 


X* Waiia 




Pr*4 Wanng 


Bavnktoai Oab 


MarnicM Makaklm 
La*** U la otrlo 


Sammy OaM Bhov 


3 J3 




WaliB 


BtaafcfaM Oob 




Prod 


WarUM 


1 Broakfaol 


Clab 


Niv* i 


3 M 


Mitou af 


WaUa 


Mvrnuig Davattan* 


Bammory 


Nav* 


1 Bronkfael 


CM 


tea** U to Otrto 


Oaagal Blbffm 1 



I 3B I Nawaaaat 
3 13 Hu ParaAa 
I 3k Mu Paraka 

k Uljahaat Batik. 
IMk iBu far~Oaa 
Ik 13 , siA lar Ooa 



BBC Hk«r 

Lucf Uataa 
Lavra 

Mokara MaatataM 



Maralaa VMc , 

BarPlk TurMf 
Blli Bamnatak I 

Thrf Tail Ur I 



Wankr Warraa 
4nai Amar 
Btiaa Ttmi 
O ur <3M Baal 
BM BUirr 
Ma PvrklM 
O. UalaM 
UiUklBf Li^ 



Brat 

Aoa Btaniaa 
Brr>k la HaUrvaak 

Brrak la Ba Hjka ak 
TM ifalaM 
I Nrar 

30 ITm mmy 
I Bau 2_ Ciacaat 



Whaa kaitvrri&f Balp Waatal admilM- 
mrau da aat aaciMa angioaJ tafamaaa. 
•AM eapMa 



OP NORTH COWICHAH i I M lUra BntilM 

PPUCATIOHB WILL BB RBCBIVRU OP i \ 
la 3 kk tar XWurakar. BrattmMr 3k. I ! jf !iJ J*' X?" 

,t lor im ■«.. > '-*3 ■>> tar OM 



BtSTUS 



OHAT-Ta Ml aiM Mra 



>» lakkkaar XWurakar. BrattmMr 3k. I ! S!! , X?" 

,1343 lar an* mair amplOTM la M ua- ' -' ** 

■ Mwtrd ba la* Muniripal Oltira Biaft ta 3 34 : Woman'i Bkllar 
tarrr aa auuldr kuUrr at ataaMini. kuilk* 3 >3 3liwU Lartra 
liat. kirtn# ai»k pluaibina intMrtMuu. awt>i 3 3k Musm Larrir 

•idr Baiimiiaa al nriviM iiernrta aak lam.' 3 33 MiuU Larart 

I APPliran'r oiuil kukmit agr. rkprrltnM. > 3koloraat Vaieva 



ka^u;^ B C. «.Bapi.«kM3 a mo •'*“**‘* “ | U ' Vb? Km7 



Aamr* Raaart, 

JOHHB’rONB -Ta Ur aak Mit B L 
AomuunM iM* Oorattts B Baart i . Pair 
tta«d R«ak. ai Karai Juutar B«>«puai. 



A VAHDBCASTrYRM 

Maatttpal Clark. 
PO Boa 333 Dunraa BC 



*H RXCtOBIVB ABO PRDrTTABLH I 83 Rarai 
muaaalA u'aUiar'aaA aauahlar ABlna plofoalllon ao draw lag gMOUal tAk j 3 13 ' Ha«i 



RuaariA Uatriar aad daugtiiar kauig 
(IM 



UiKBNZiM- la Mr aak Ura Nataka Ur- 
KanaM. 130 Qarriia Aianua a« Ratal 



caaiatMwn tur rapabla aajriaan at gaak 3 3k Tiaarurr TraU 
•kiKallan alia rar Boa 3B3I. CaUaut. 3 «3 Traaaurc Trail 



3 43 ' B B C Nava Ij B C Neva 

4 fk Lar^ Nava i Bk* M^rkg 

4 13 pok Club I Ian Baiiui 

4 33^ Club rmaa* UirnaaJ Kaak 

4 lOB Oab frUar 

3 83 ' Rarartf Rankraraqa i Suing BtrUnga' 
3 IS Nava I Btrlna Btalingi 

3 3k Tiaarura Trail IConaMa 



•tsipbany Haul j HnuaaaiTaa' Laagua i Bukataga WUa 

Briaphant Haar iHnuMviM*' iMagua ( SuUa Oaliaa 

BTinplian* Baal I Mart tba MtMua InrauM Joixa 

Broipbon^ Maoi_^ J Mart ihr Mlaaiia > Wlkdar_ Btava 

Paatora Caotan ( Bmi Hunt «i A Otrl UarUaa 

Pamlly Paaarliaa Hint Bum I PnrUa Paeaa Ufa 

Canal ? ank Talk I Botiaa Partr Wuai Plala BUI 

UraMCt Ulukara Bowaa Partf lPtvnt'P^a_ Pam 

ttbal ank Alban | Artbur Ooktrvr t lita BaautituI 

BiaUbaa la Utlag? i Arthur Oekfrr? i Ua Parklat 

Otrartiaaaota Arlliar Oadtra? Aunt Mar? 



Sahara Waubaafe Nava , Raia Saaitb 

Bahar a Netaboak Ana BtartlPk Jabn B Kaantkr 

NauatkMMn Bra>k la HaUsvaak Tall Yaar Nragh^ 

HaiaaAMMr'i CaL firaak la Ba lljw ok I Mualc 

Kalhanaa WUa • Tad ifaloM bitui Sarkf 

Biuuai aok Vlaa | Nava iTva-Toa Bahar 

Ura Lavtaa Up Trw Biar? Ba? 3i Wlih MaaU 

Jerca Jarkaa I B*up Ciacaat I Ba? li With UuM 



D' ju.i ar Nsih'ag Uawoiak Part . Lakiea rm-. 
ittuat a ChUkiaa iMuaia lar Tan '^aa» ior a l>ay 

Ugm or iba Warlk I Jana l?aM iQuaaa lai • Dar 

Raak al Ufa j Nava Nrva 

Nava I Para iaaraai Claukla 

Pappar Taaag I krcaotf HancraaoaB Harkaaai Raadova 

Right la BapptMM ' Saconk Banay aaaa Baraa or B aakava 

Bukataga Wiia Raraaiif Hail UnTiak NaUaaa 

SuUa Oaliaa Baukliagt TtlUag Cakrir Paaiar 

UirruM Jobaa Aaa Btarlini Otgaa 

Wlkdar_ Btvvp Ann BiarUnt Organ 

. Uarnaa Burpriaa Parkaga Maori a Doalra 

Paeaa Ufa Burariat Packaga Baarta Daaira 

lala BUI BrMa aM Oraoki Maala Bbav 

P^a_ Paraall Briaa aak Praam k^ta Bhov 



Nava. Bob • Ian 
Nava Bob a Ian 
I Hama Barriia NaV? 
Nava 

Boh Wbiaa Bbav 
boh Wbita Bbav 

Bakd{^ Clhrka Bta|a 



Nava 

Orahwtra 
btUt krovaa 

BUlf Brwaa 

Bdly Brvvaa 
iBlUi Brvvaa y 
Uaiodt Inc f 
:b»ao lor Tev ___ 
,Pvt Lark al Ttc 
I Pvt Lurk at Taa 
Phi Luck hi Tan 
Nava 



fTB BUR COAT TtMB — BRINO IN i I OBT— CARPBT, SATVBOAT. BCTWRIN 
t mir Mat for rtnaraiiaa ank aiura Virv Ba?hl had CalVhM PhoM Brl* 
iMh ta MV at?>M BVMft vurk tbtvukh| iwa l 3>R 
Ihuliura at vhlt>ka?hi> lut mtg bhoaa I ~ 

An csaaiplr a l34k HbariH' tur mi Iram I OBT -PAIR BOYS BLACK OXPDRDB. 
yaar pTuam caai at aaogrtata c«aL PM f3« riclalti al St Chrutaphar tkhahl or 
lara Pur Btorv. T33 Tatar Butai {ao Oak Bay aua RraarO 01M4 



lyaar pTuam caai at oiogatata cooL PM 
lar t Pur Btorv. T33 Tatar Btrral- 

I k rr OP nrTBiurr to too to pro- 

tact roor vrhMn?« aaalQii tUr and 



(A tart ?o«r praprn?* atalnti her and,l.r WadaaM 

bardrrr vlib ?oer aan Mraaoai vail aata'tai Thaatra 1 1034 

at rlarvi odmi* CoabAantlal iniarriavt ' 

Bok 3kkl ^WBiat It obt— liiimt tai 



1 0BT -• A LAITY • BROWN B 0 B D B 
^ gia?a WadaaakAP aiuraaoB at Capt> 



{ :a-4uu Oik Parmooaa *i.n3 

Pick iBa Rita I Mra IB iba Bouaa 

Bddir Havark Muaie 

, Ntvi MMkay MrladMo 

R.«>. Hugbaa khav Rrcmg lUghligbu 
Nrv. Kaa Mughaa iBwa 

I K«i: Hagbaa Mov lp\*.inta bangi 

Nm OarigB taa WoMoa 

John NaaUU I • if WoMaa 

Wu. Hrrdat I Taka li Baa? 

..,.,r Ut MV*** M*3* 3* 

I BM Whita aak Blur lati ti tart 
Rak Wbita aak Blur Taka It Bag? 

' Hava I Taka li Bar? 

I Clab Ciiaak at I tam U_Raay 

I Trail BidACA i Nava 

TraU RMcrr iBlrbArk Bmarhoa 

' oe Uir Racark iwbai » Nav? 

>oe Uta Raeot k I What r Nav> 

I Nava Ooialng Llibl 

I Off tna Raoorv Pmi haam 

I Off Iba Racork Dig BUU' 

I OB IhA ftaror k Mr Prfbinr _ 

Htl Parakr jOub 13 

Akramura Paraka lfU<-i&r untiaa 
Buparman kTreatura Trail 

.Bangr at Our ruvaa *XtlBA)irr Lu4i 

I NAwt aak Waatba , Ptvkky 3<anin 
Board ff Iraoa i Pradd? Martin 



Arlbar Oadtra? 
Aribu Oddtrv? 
Wlnnrr Taka' AB 
Winoa* Taka AU 
Hub Pifwan 
Rd kfurrov . 



Ufa Baautllul 
I Ua Parklat 
I Aant Mar? 

' Nera Dtaka 
WoMAii't Barm 
' Uada't Pint Uav 
UaladiM 

Hyrana at Prataa 



;P VOD PLAT 3 ffTRlNO mBTRUMBHTi 



3 43 Traarurr Trail _ 
I 3« Tourtil Talk ' 
k 13 Baloa OrcliaMra 



KantM. ?3o Qurma Aianua a« Royal i Im aie-uma muaie aod art laureatak 1 3k , CankM MietvpbOM WaTa Afiarmath 
.lumita BMtMiri a Oaughtrr a lha 4 aka. to an ortbaatra. pbaea B 1331 Aliri t p a k 43 Candik Uicrepbana * War*i Aliarmatb 



at Ik.M am Waknaadai. •catambrr lA'far dauila 
a 4laior for Karl •laaMlia Uai?> 

MclCRNZIB— Ta Mr and Ur? 3 D Me- 
Rarxia • nav Uar? Mnrrry, fUaahatik P O., ' 

Oataria. at St Ulcnaal ? HotMtai. Ta- 
raata. ae Baporabar 13. I34A. a aoa. 
a brvtbtr lar Buaaa 



linilOB HBLPBR WAHTVO POB fUTAIL 
*/ kapmiaant Apply Croaa' MamatarlA 
1313 OoHglar Bt 

I AROB MANirPACTVRINO CO IN VIC- 
d larta raaviraa ablll angtaaar Muat 



1 13 Ptirii 
T 33 rigut 



UBLLAHDCB -To Ux ank ISra J A »HLIn m montbr Parmanaot paatiloa 
MaUandar. ol Ungfvrd. a ma. Jamaa 0»®«" inrur.ora mmim plan iirk m? 

Tarranca OMham ** 

_ _ 3333. Caianur 



DEATHS 



bata rai4ttd-elaaa 1 C. papara or cbirs-. *40' namt in Rnrt 
riAM paprri. bat abla l« aiula aaconk rlaai f M i Cbarla? Bpirah 
vllLIn III rauntbr Ptrmananc paatiloa 3 13 Cbarlaa 8p<?ak 
Oraup inauranra. pantton plan iirk pay 3 3k > Ran Btuadcaat 
Piaatt rrpli gi?lng full daiaila to Baa I 45 ’ Rac? Brcad'aat 

»U_CWMittr _ „ « tl* tnr Om 

\\»AH1TB> POR VICTORIA AND VICtH- •? *J 1 S'* 



T 45 Fight 'Oryaa Raeital 

k M . Hurir tar Manbai iPrairla Brbooorr 
I II Mvrlc lor Uauhat [Pralrta 8<bM«?«i 
I M Pnorr Mrviti Oraam Tima 

k 4k < Pniitlt IB Rhrtbm ‘ Dtram Tunr 
I'OkiCbarla? Bpfrah ' | Winnipag Drama 



Conrair Icbaa CaUlnavoPk 

Boppar VarMlaa ' Nava 

Uai tba Champa Parertit finrnank 

Btat Iba CbamM Prrnma Huabank 

WaTa Aliarmatb Bummar R>?lrv 

Wnr*i Aliarmatb Stusmar IU?lrv_ 

C B C.'*Navr Brvrvbod? Wina 

CM I r?rr?bok? Wina 

Organ Barual kpotiigbi R*?aa 

Oryaa Raeital Tpotlikbl Rrrua 

Prairla Brbooorr | Uval> Tbomar 

Prairtr 8<bMo«i I lark Smith Sboo 

Oraam Ttmr I gvacna? and Mate 



Proni-Pagt p8turaa | Naia b? Nota i 

KIRO Caralcaka I Nrva I 



Uaiaa Ba BmuS i Oalkra Mvm CSiaat | TraU Bidara 

Ukiaa Ba Saalak Oalkaa Kapa Chaat TraU Ridcra 
WalMOW rraraUat? I Pauint Paraka ' 09 thr Rare 

WalcdiM Tra?aQara_> Uoair B»i > Off Uta 

Mumla in Mbtia i PuUoa Lavia i Hava 

APpItralMc f« Prank Kaaolagvay I Off tba RkM 

HtMiinrat | MtaSAga | Off tba Raca 

BUm Bryaoi _ ' Btranada ' Off tha Rare 



1 V***"^** FOR VICTORIA AND VICtH- •• >* | J" » 
It* tty luii-iima tnapaarar lor inturanca |f ;? 



BALCOMBB’-On Aaptamoar Ik, 1343 at hu janO aradil ra»on enmpany vith baad at- 



13 45 Mart Rtnny Biiov Oal RKbarda 



I Wlnnlpat Drama ] Mf Aea and Jana 
Barmada lar Siringa baiilab 
' Brmiada lor Birinka ' Para tba Buck 
ICBC Navi I Pi?a-8tar Piaal 

Uatanar BMaka I Ta B« Announrak 

Olympic Ombm I Raport prom 0 H. 



KIRO Caralcaka Nrva 

Cbaa CdUlnavoPk Falk Titoaa 

Nava Paiaraon 

Paavrtia fltunank To Bt Aflnnunead 

Parnrtta Huabank To Bt Annouarag 

Bummar R>?lrv Rak Bkvltoo 

Stusmar tUrtev Rad Bftaitoo 

Brvrvbod? Wina I LUa af RItay 

r?rr?bok? Wina Ufa af Riloy 

kpotiigbl RvvM I Sparta 

TmiIi^i Rrrva ' SaaUlc Burj 

Lovalt Tbomar I Boppar f ab 

lark Smith Sbop I Nrva 

Bvavna? and Watrbj Pnrvfia Aflama 
Svranay and Marra ' rn ha Anuouorag 
Ml Aft aad Jana I Alan LAdd 



Chalianga al Yukon i Adrrniura Parvko 
Chatiaagr of Yukon i Cbanku. Maglriaa 



BkT Ring I Tom Mia 

I Baa Hound i SuMratan _ 

I To Too Tottigbi Oabrlal Haattf 
Novt Mutual Havaraal 

Tba Sbartn Aca4 

I Tha Bhirill _ _Qfil3 Acad 
Cafairad# al Bpon Uaai tha 
Cavalcada af Bport Uaai ihr Praaa 
Cnvalcadt al Bpofi Ctaea Xia 
Caratrad# al SMrt Ctiev Kik 



i »o» yaei catonia t [t obt— uokt tan bond btrbtt bao 

I _ - - - — mT.i Baiurdav olabt. aiibar a' Cha Crriiat 

**^i?i*^ ..****^®*^®' ***** Oarkaa or Ouiry a Calv Rvanrk 0 9003 

ill? Cook Ruaat 

icrf CUT wwLTToo'wirr^A:^ , 1 obt-larob tamt cat yiciNm 

K Jabimton 1131 Vancouaar Btr art Ouamirhan a..d Bant Ph-na 



APPBAISTB 



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luAt ia^ Tha Bao Kt?v Wool Bboa. kiS Port 

bttvai I ~ — •»»• 

\|10WAT OAIUOB IN HCimMO AREA APPRAIsrt 

v»I open 14 Iwn ?a»«7 W rablia •»« VvBO A OKinx. IRDBPBHDnrr tP- 
buntara at Black Crtvk. YI It pfoiaar af rvai pre|>*-M» tur'-vatlna 

\fADAMB SYBIL HOW BBADU40 At ' ♦’“‘T. l»*riimtbca Phoov II 4333 

J1 ib, Mor'.lf cafv. Ikll kroak 

prCTTTRB PR AMINO, P1RBT-CLAB8 JOB . 

* guatantaod Larga atork at mauidlRgn 1 NT TTPB OP BULLDOBINO OON*. 
WUUamaom'a 343 Fart BUaot *' Murk aarntr and raaaonaiia raiaa. 

wuuaoiaoa a. vaa rar? owaav BiUmataa f>ea 01333 RrattOk 33T 

I3LA1X BBWDfO MKNB SHIRTS BMIRt «nAf? 

f roUar? lurnak rbUkrasa vrar aad 11*71-1-1^3*010 LAND Cl PARIRO 

but taa Mia? • 1104 i * * ffakini aacavailAc barkAmtir Tba 



hut to* naiaa B 3104 

^POmOB~WAlfrBD TO PRuVlM OHI 



S royrsoB waittbo to pruvios um-i jt? 

lomM and aguipuiabl lar lntat«pak<a<a B 3433 Dor B 334? HUM 

ba?»atMII laam Pbnt.a f 4313 aa ? «|7i,tj303INO LANfl C*LbABlNO- ROAD 
laarn 3 and ? pm pgudinr a?ra.aiine and baokflUUn 

WPBClAUZOto W HAOlOrmNO AND ■ 133? and Baimani 3#R _ 

|« alyil^Bk mralgbt ar curll *»aln» i |0ttt>O*lNu BAt'KnLUMO ntCA- 
B44U*» ^n Kraagt Buudtaa 15 i«„„mr»a rrt.ira Ofabam. 

CTWRLL* POUNDATIOH OARMBKTB— Patnvnak B MI4 

p B33M for your mtd«t.oomtUfa I ‘BniWR' PBrPABATlON 

OHIR? COLLARS AND CUPPS Tt'RNBD. ; 

Blatn «#a>r.« Phsr? I tuM tbOUJtHk PSBPARBD FOR INSPBCITOH 



- right aiac*'lna far avart Ini' 
l-l JOHN O RtSHtNOBR JR 



Bnil.*R PBrPABATION 



N 1 Acakamy [ wiv Wb;ia Bmo iCandlk Mirropbvna I *P*’''* Pbora 1 3»3? |j -• ' 

N _ 'Candid U-rigp^a |ri*Rugfigg, aCROICAL IKLTB. BXPRRT Phaaa B 8l43 

al Bpon I Uaai tha Pram i Nav? and Baak .Sbavnea | * muna Prt? eoniuiiauap Oaiitaga' *■- 



IbOUJCHk PRBPARBn FDR INBPBriTOH 
3* by ouaUbad •agtaaat? cpatraoL 



Nav? and Bank 
Ciaoo Biu 
Clam RW 



I Alaa Ladd 
I Alan LAkd 
' Tbr Thin Mae 
Tba Thin Maa 



Pol 


Mon 


IBpacloi Aganl 


Nrvi 


P*i 


Hon 


iFpena) Agam 


Hall)vnak Btsra 


T5?v 


P B 1 


'Klib Adavntvra 


Thv PaIrvH 


Th» 


p a 1 


■Bill? Baa* 


The Poteen 



Bnasraat 
Along BkldTMk 
U'ltkr 

Dick DtaoMcka* 

Pic.ti' Hi^blighta 

World • Nwai? 

Wrrld'* Noaru 



, Pharmacy, Part at Broad 1 rABPITB 

\\‘BAK. TIRBO PBPLSU MSN WOMBN '^ARPSTOtilUM ~CDtkPANY- VICroRIA B 
|T* Trl Oaira? TnaK Iabia«« fnr naa.l a>da*< aarlutiav ra«i?«t cllnir tllf 
?im figOf and pap that lut* float aarly , Tinrn«*ti Bi t>aai 



riUdaaco 1331 HUlaio* Afoeua, Tbaodoia Bra tn Rav Terk Muat boat car ana tw Ml A3 Wart Rtonr Sbov I Met Air 

Ba-campa', agag 13 aaarr. bora in Bw- a good typir: Salary aak avpanaai la bc;U'lt Man Ktna? Bhov | Hat Air 

land aad a raaMani of tbia ruy lor loa arraMtd Apaly PO B«c Ml Vancouaar t> >3 ’ Mari Ktnnr Bhov Hot Air 

gMi 3k ytsrt Jla >a surnvak by oaa or ffooMr-Rolmaa Btirvau. 133? Watt It 45 Mart Rvnny Bhov ' Hot Air, Nava 



Pl?a-8tar Pinal 

Ta B« Announrak 
I Raport Pram 0 H. 
Nigbi Bdtior 

I Cokratt Nall 
Coneari Hall 
ranarrt Hati 
Navi lor Alaika 



Nvoa 


1 


Hwf 


Orcboatra 1 


Nav* 


1 


Tn S* 


Aat<aun**d 



Broak Iba Bank Olrnn Hark? 

Break lha Baaa Ploatvaok Lavioa 

Nava Miuic 

Barrnaka to BaatUa R J Tarter 



I I .'«« Nnrngt 



mnrpiDi lo li'a a< nikbt Cauiain? iron 
Iriiamia B 1. lairjum Are ga? orsuaini- 
M lua only Mr si| kru||i?l4 



R BPAtBS BiHDIHO AND PSUNOINO. 
maka.nvar? aiair rbangaA mnita'pfMat- 



Orrhettfa 

Orrbaairo 

Orehaaira 



Caaearl Hour 
Conrart Hour 
Canaan Hour 
Conaart Move 
Orrbaatra 
Ortbaatra 
Orebaitra 
Orrboatra 



Fallon Lgvu Jr 
Noriboval Nav? 
Cbarkwakva Jamb 
ChueJivagon Jamb 
Donra Orrhartra 
Oanrr Orebaitra 
Oantr Orebeaira 
Nave 



Oraan iremat 


[Brau OaM? 


1 Mamur? Tim* 


1 Onlied Nstleo* 


• Mamary Tjm* 


Bini Crvab? 


Navt 

Dream N***a* 

Cleat of Day 
< banal Chimm 


1 Nava 

'Racing M'ghilihta 
Baciag Higblighi* 
Marl lha Compassr* 


1 Nav*. Deoheom 


1 Cancan Hour 


Bill Wa-O's 


icaarort Hour 


1 Dot Retia* 


ICvneart Hour 


1 Qao BeuM 


linear! Hour 



Ing iluarantaad verkmanabiE 



Rogrra-Lao 
ica a 1333 



\yt BLnr AND BXLL MORTUAOSB AND Cn tails Dnuglaa Buaai phnnea B 
'* agratmar.i? (at aaH nir Iwribat in-'ang B1734 
lurmailofi phanc B Ikll ang a?k far Mr 

Smith PlBandol Btirrar Umliak. 1333 Oar- CABTAOB AND Dtl lviBT 

aremani Slrvai ‘ r ^ 



drlDtar railabiv Light 
OardvBini aad pouitn^ 
amali rvatunaration Wr 



,'iXPSRtrNCBD HtATlHO BNOINBBR 
J BC Mpar* Open for angavvfoani 



aUicr. Mra. R O. Tbomaa. of Pamhiott. Braokvar Vaneouvar I^C . 

pCSi^M mr.icM vu ba aondtietak •• V 14 WA.STED— rBRIALt HELP ,17 IITDATIONS ff ANTID-MAI E ,11 BITL'ATIONB WANTED— MALE 17 SnTATIONI WANTED-MALE 

f*n*wi.77n:»^DD“t^*^atlMSu ^ DBPBNDABLB Mn>OL«- T.-'XPBRirKfBD HBATIHO BNOINBBR f* BO KINO PAPeRRANODtO 313 DP A TRBB PRO Hi NO BPRAYINn 

mkLIk Bni M - ^ laoiaUdn and >ika tba aaa Haattby. aon- ! *' agvd houaakavpar rrautrad by aSult IJ BC Mpar* Open for anravvfoani 1 L* palattna ir»« avtimatr* 044)4 ^ brdna irtmmod laskarapv gardmlng 

•rr? “*•**•■' viu aa in wnvvoo •arrai railobiv Ugbt vark, na hour? | tt«« for homa m irinatBW live tn nan- B33kl 1 - >Prac Ileal agrifuliuriat borllruliurirt 

Oardenini and poulti^ riTn haaaa ?itti inmtrr rtfaranrv? wnta Mlia Jahntion — - IHTRWOR AND RXTRRIOR PAPrnN<1 , Oaorga Conrak Pbanr B 1k?3 

amali rvatunaration Wrtta kciailad guaU- ' ITT MiiUiu Bt Nanatma BC Y?AVXSTROOOH1HO 4NO IIOWNPIPII ■ and daeorauag, Srtt-elMa vork, rva- 1 ‘ 

I Qu, Mpiamkvr li- IP4B al i*4 I•'■a^oo4 JAr Oooowr, Oasgar > — * ~ l-r elaroad -apoirad ank rmawok Prva aaoabla prMaa aatlmata* A V Ank*'- 3 BOUT TtMB TO SOW THAT Nf* 

bama #4 bar daukhiar, M.tbi- , _ at-rtut-n- lAPCRlR.NCBt) COOK MUmatr* giran Pbana B 3331 IMO. W Rnhal Btrart PhoM B kill , JB lovii »rr,i ■ )avi. raBff frve ihi 

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ol 13* cbilkrro, gianddaugbiar at lata Brava * Victoria Nurtartr*. 3lk Viev ?? 

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VAT— kukdaniy on Bauiembor 11. i34k — - - — — - _ — - — 

M IT34 ^v.>Bmroi Birmi Jaa Oan WANTBO - TWO DtPBKDABLK PAST 
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I \\#ANTBD A~b000 nOY WOMAN TP 
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BTBBIXO BTOCCO RBPAOtB U BITIATION8 WANTED I lOLLYWOOD BBAUTT SALON . 31? 
»m» r?pl4Aiartd f «m. FEMALE * ■ ' Btrm» labui? NaUhrli> tkua ■ 

BUBPtOS PAINT S8?-A B8QUI- — — Hendetaw 

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a day Boa 3tn Coloblai 

W’AMTBD-' HBLP FOR CLRANtNO. HALF 
*' da? per vrak B4T3I 



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UP PBR ROOM. PAPtR BUPP1 ISO 'j rAPAI 



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M*r- a .•Mring aiv ana am> KatmvAd ^ALMMAN > BXCIOXByrT OPPORTUm- 
i'r^/vVmn • v‘iimla'*Mfi"’iii. Mr* |X J.*** CommlaOm* CMl 3Sl Mr? Biraat 

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4<>d A.il<»r Muni l« Bnglhnk HU vtfa f^OCD JOBS OO TO TBAINBO 140* IN 
urvd*‘**fOd nini In Itll Tlia lata Mr.,'* rartflOa. bodv abm. MC Thar* m 
ll'ini avrwd viib lha aiib HhUaliaa in rfgbl hare tn BC a tbraa moniha pra<- 
Ilia Ur»ai Wtt MevI tratnina emir*, on nuidarn eora in a 

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*hapal ol u»a Tbomaan PMaaral llmaa #n , ''’farmalinn in 
^i.»raajr arivinoM' at I J3 Rav Or. W talank Bvvrcarnuitva 

bj'BRlBBANB AUTOMOTIVB BNOtKKBBINO, 
• Lm Angriaa. Cal . and Vanravvar paptr* ** ®**7BOO BTRBBT VICTOBIA B C 
plvhM vai>yi. ' - - — 

4 '^^CABO^VimNES " ' men urgently wanted 

For vort h« Pvvar Bav Ovoraihru 

Mhord* vkab M Tha B C Lnggtng Paver Sav BcheM glvaa , 

criMda far Ri* kaauntul nnr*l wibutaa 

and kink aipraaabms at lympalby re- 1 Maebaot««l aoaambly. maintonanct. 
caivvk an Um tvevnt pataing af ibair Ittiia .... .. . _ 

kaughtar. Omma. alaa mlny thank? la * •** “*•« »•*»»• 3*4 rtpairtni- 

Si.-? JS"'- S' " > **‘"*4 3*4 barkibf In lha vaega 

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B OciKXXBFSR BTKNOaRAPMBB 
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X AVAL VKTBRaN will CALL WITII '• i /n UP PBR ROOM. PAPtR BUPP1 
rrurk "van up bawment bark vark?l)iU O W OBTORATORII— B MIt 

and bouiavardi Haul all rubbt?n **k? i . _ ^ 

Phnnr gvnu> o tan* •ft** I 

|3LOUOHtNa. BSTAVATTKO. ORADINO. 

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3 _ Ing and moving dano nov O gSdg TO PLSASB 

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Bank of Tarania Building. Phana BT5I3 



TBB PAINT 



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TO PLSASB 



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J f APABLB UIDOLB • AOBD WOMAN 

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SURBKX BBAUTT BAUm 

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SPRAY COLD WAVE 'I*" pn-kop 

* and dalirtry Oaaraniaad clack la- 
CHBAPSrr PBRM IN CANADA pvlrlag IMS Pvrt B8ttl 

Be vb? do roeri ai homo* — — - - - — — - — — 

PRY OUR WBO UORNINO BPECtALJ CONTRArTOKi AND RfltOBRS 

* ®>n I T>Uk*TBRIWO. BT UCf O RKPAniB. OLD 

With nr Wiihavt Apvainimani ■ bvataa mako nav S 333S 0 11.3 (L 

Thame* B Ban 

A FRANCE BEAUTY SALON | 



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SPRAY COLD WAVE ~ 

CHBAPSrr PBRM IN CANADA 
Be vb? ko raer* •• homa* 

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LA FRANCE BEAUTY SALON 



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. _ - - — — PPAU. ORAM WBIDB CUT ALBD • UM. Oorkan U*?eaeb panaral eanme. YvpriCISNT gTBNOORAPHBR DMIRM ‘ * 

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• iv( mtw vtauiiiui iiarvi irinutaa .. , — in?at i nit*M mvr *tn<s a uorwn ■ 

and kink aipraaabma af (ympalby ro- I Maebaoteal ataamb.y. maintonanct. , 1 

M Banina mi ihair ItUiw - TlEPOftlC OOMMEKCIHO TOCH CMUST- I * utarHtf m(4 imr MiMiTif - — 

kaughtar. Daana. aiao man? thank? ta * 4>**4 making ank rapairti?§. If mab Paraonal Cork Balaa ba avra ank Cenirart ar br dn? B 4034 a LTBRATIONB, 

Dr Q. Paol, Or Jack Paitarvnn. Dr H j pviiing and barking tat tha vaoka “• Krafi OraatJog Card Ca fine rpnx 81NICB HKARTm AND BATH- !• « ** 

Ovlpfn. Dr R N- Pakgord. Dr P Turbioi ' ” narking » ina vaeoa „ suparUUvt ?alva ChHvtmaa I P 8 BnUironL « 

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far Uiatr ttnilring afiorta an bar banaif mant u One ol tha Boat Paid ingngtrlm Y»a*p5 attantUa aitl ba glrvn ymrr m- i_®'»*‘T ■ »•*» 0440 | ^NT^ITO D? 

' ■■ I ■ -^e •*"* “ 7“ aulry. Molar Kraft Oraatln. Card Ca. rpwo-TON PUAT OBCK TBUCK ivftw 

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BC. Loanmo poivxb saw bchool Oat. B 3334 a ll tvpbb eo 



n BPORX COMklKyrciNO TOUR CSRiaT. 

MAB Paraonal Card Balaa ba avra ank 
me Maaiar Kraft OraatJog Card Ca Meu 
nfrtring af tuparlativa ?altm ChHvtmaa 



^ I . BAROAtN FOR HUXCTRaST WOOD 

H . •' All Dryland Plr Bloekt 

B PRKPARBD' .> BUSMfMS. iaCTU- and Blalm Ml>ad- Abaolvialy Hn Rvhaub 
uriai et?il arrHw Mvraa Day ank Thu Weak Ta Dry Komtgh lor Baaamvnl 
night claaaan Bprott-Sbav Beboal *Alaa va bars kry.oak apfli vaok. raaky far 

\|R P BBfUBANT BA rRSTTON aHD ‘ '■''"*4>®** kitrban Ha chORptag 



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V Btnai Pbana 0 3311 ||t SITtATIONB WANTED-MAIE ' «*•»•»' irmoro* Calf 



ILL TTPBB CONCRBTB TTORS. POUV- 

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m smitb *hana 8 43U ^ branahm ..rapt m.rra. v.vtn, •«- [ A ,g,, B 3?33 

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Hoavital Thu ta an aatmaely «*tt- 
ibuiU au-room aemi-bungalo* It eantuiB' 
at * large wril-llthteB liying-room *itb 
fireplace, a fuB-iu* dining-roam and 
Ihraugh hall, all lit Muaa-qaar’ier-inrh 
oak. a tovely kllrhen and ble bedroom 
with aeparata baih and toilai 4a«n- 
aiaira. Th* upataic* to rearbad by an en 
rIOBpd «tB« aUlr and ha* t«a full-aiv 
badraama *iih ctoibee etaeet* and a ntre 
landtnt Thera to a full baaamani with 
Intel gnd hot-air piped furnoca and laan- 
dry tuaa The rantfruerton u vary heavy 
and tn pcrle.-t randitton It haa baan 



FOR INBPtcnON A.NO PRICt 
APPLY TO 
MR J RMITH 



9-KOOU STUCCO BUNGALOW. CLOM 
tn. coatainmg atira targe liyinq- 



tUJ OOVRRNUENT ST. 

Rvaning* 

Mr King. E *3M. Ur- Turner. R 7373 



rLtwKm-Hon.T 



|>U8tNRBSMAN 
l> ta 13k Odd a 



APARTMENTS AND STORES 



PT CABIN BOAT k-FT BRAM STAR 
eitqlh* Phone * IMI 



GEORGE RANDALL 



13% RETURN 



RAUTY BALON POK BALE OR LRABE. 

Goad wrm«. H A 



$6300 



nr* aquipmant. 

fatland. a* UcnilM 



R91AL ESTATE 
U4B DOUGLAS STREXT 
PTfONB O BIW 



GOOD NEWS! 

BBPORTANT PRICE RBOUCTIONB 
OR 1949 JOHNSON BBAPORNB 
OUTBOARD MOTORS 
Modal Prl 

■ n 9 9 HP 9141 

TD 9 HP tlM 

O X • I HP »9« 

HO M HP. k9P 



HILLSIDE REALTY 
AGENCY 

199* QUADRA BT Phan# O 



7TOMALLY WELL 
lar ‘'k9" modal, for 
in* altar I. O 4BI4 



19USX 8AW. SEC 
1 ’ made, and a Cbi 

aala aa a Buainoa* f 



11 Mit-contained suMtm auiia*. 
B modern retail etora* AH in rirM- 
claae canrUilen. BpIeridlB loeaikm, 

T^ejidlpru. 536,000 

— Term* Can Be Arrangad - 



No. |BB Bavan-roam. aider type hama in fine *««• 

H BAUTIFUL mount joy AVRMUR — your name Pull batament *i«b 

The a«nar *111 *!*• pn<tk’nlly tm- esira room. II A pip* fumaca 
.madtate patMaeton « tbl* to*Hy BlX-j^H p,,,« 90JIJU 

HOUU aaeludad tame on Uir*P-<iU*rtcr* Betonre iik per omri'h intluBinq intotaat. 

Jpl an acraaf paik-bk# Innd Oaubta piumb- 1 g»rnmg# Ur Hyland. » 9*9* 

r the ««ner *ho ing and automatir Ml ho4-«ater heatingl 
a trad# might be are only tya af iba many gsutandint Uaiinff 3*4 

rtgftt eocnri'Oiipi** C17A00' ’’aiRpield -up-and down duplex 

Pour team* in each ftoparat# antranraa. 
Ooubla plumbittf Dnuhl* garage Goad 
_|toraiMB 
UU Pull prlra 

{ PaeaeaeMa two weak* 

Rtaning* Mr. 

^ Ua'inc 94B 

" CHOICE LT3CAT10N VICTORIA WEST 
Raven ravm* All large LivlOB roam. Bin- 
Oak ing-raam liraalaca kiicban. ratanm 
/sA.paniry. OlaaaaB-in aunporeb Pour bad- 
DU'raaiu. f*a f/oibianm* PuU baa am aat. 
Ill A. lurvac* HK* tot. fruit Uad* A bawaa 
ibal haa b**n **11 loakad altar inatda 
A/i.iand out Would canaidar trada an a faar- 
UU'raam bungato* vlthin rour-mito toreto. 
iMuat b* cioa* in iranaportauaei Wa tan- 
alder ihu ta ba an auitlanding bay- 
floa.Ttrm* artangad tARAA 

with PuU prle# 

na* Evening* Mr Hyland. B 9*94 



Par Further Parttoular* and 



Iriapfttia* — Apply ta 



d'ROCXRY BTORX. MBATH AND CON- 
fectianarr Nw Quadra. IS-mtl* 
etrale All alack and Byturaa. rtfrttrraUirt 
and cold Da*** FPur room* with bath 
for owner Yearly tumoevr IMMO 914. MB 



~ UGHTINa PLANT PAIR- 
kankt-Moraa l.*M-WaU. 119- 



HR J BMITM 



$7950 



— OREY MARINE MHP AS 

We hava a la* Band naad alt-edatod an- ' 
flnaa aelltng at bargain prieaa. | 

Wdocft— cRuiBint. kr ohb< 

S4o3U af the Bneat boat* of bar cUaa. 
Oaeke and eablna are af teak, engtna. 
MaD. a*e . ara#**w. 



GEORGE RANDALL 



ARTNRR WANTED TO INVB8T M*«d 
ta It* alto lb auto eouri and Bummer 
np an lake Boa 3419. ColanUt 



RRAL BBTATB 



EVBMIHOB 

Kindly latophnna Mr Bellinibem 

E *94« 



QUAUeVM BEACH — AUTO CAMP 
(^rrUATXD ON AN ATTRACTIYE PART 
at Uw baarb a weU-pairpntoad aula 
camp. canatotlBB af twvaii unlit Atoe waO- 
tatOf. BticarUva liaua* far owner riara^. 
workthnp- Good bathing Applr 

P. LEWIS. QUALICOM BRACH 



I3N DOUGLAS BTREET 



larnu ran be am 
down payment 
Pncd 

Eveningi L B 

NEWBTEAD REALTY 
Member of Real Batate Board af Yictaria 
IM part Btraat ■91*' 



$8700 



■■aira amd Pnrid far Outboard* and 

AO-«nntod Engtnda 

ISarttM BMba* taatallattna SpaeUhata 
Baal Srakara— Llating* tnyltod 
Monldod Plywood Dlnghto* 
Outboard tiatar RanUto 



i NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY 

UVINO QUARTERS 
HIGH NET RETURN 

An eirelleni huiinea* ohieh averagad I 
19*88 monthly turnaatr In 1*49 and higher] \ 
tuti* year ihut lar Good Mtlldtna * * 

.ample warahaiwe apace and room for at- 
‘ Living quarter* In ator* buljdiR^. 

Thu bualnaa* ahwwt a 'htoh nei 

Sineh rarDad qppmtmately 

*4i|0* FKlora* g* *08 Tout ntBUirt* *C 

Evening* B 3*19 



— CAFE — 
DOWNTOWN 

THIN PULLV KQUIPPRD CAPE. DOING A 
VERY STEADY regular UuaincM to olfated 
for tala Aaa'ltig lapariiy W Groa* latinfi 
averag* *4 800 per oumih Btcek at Invaira 
oand le*a# - - 



P. R, Brown & Soris, Ltd 

Evening*. Mr. O Taoia, O 197* 



WANTED POR cusirr 

UMALL SPARTMlirr HOUSE MUST BE 
^ mndam, with Ofl-O-Mall* heat Will 

pay rath 

N H CAUPIELD 

904 Pambartoa Bldg. B N3I 



,Ha redevwrailng caata aa IBu 
ir«*rt *.itrt#-fuam rream-atumoa taanr 
Itjili rrmenl baeameni On an* «n 
MODSRN|ntrar airoau In Iba riir and 
ina Ihu'tcbadto and ahappiitg du'ricu 
Tbe price lar qulrfc tale 

Caaft nr Taema may t* arrangad an tb* 
abae*. ahtoh are nniy a aampla el aur 
many llttlnga Your anqutriaa are ap- 
prariataE 

• Pun Parurulart at 

R A RUMSBS. LTD 
108 Broad Straat Phan# i 13*1 

Aftot Maura Call O 89*4 



ANGUS MARINE 

SAUH AND SERYtO 
BOAT SROHERS 

nusp BTRirr pnonb o tgji 



Canalalt at lar*# li*>n8-r<K>m.| 
ie« aovad rriling*. 1 bridbt. 
badraama. 4-ptoea Pembrob# bafErAom 
piped lurnaa* Hi the baveaieni. wiib tab*, 
rill attached garata Real landtag al loot al 
the larva to> Law dn«n pavmeni far, 
prapariy at tbto rlaa* at 
44 4M PuU pnr# 

HIGH QUADRA 

A PirTURf»QUl TUDOR-IM ILB HOME 
in Ibla MghTy devlrahle Imatlty. can- 
• ullng at twa grand bedranwM and P*m 
brnke taitb bp. AM a baautiful Uying-r<y»m 
13**0 with opep fireplare and bak ttoato; 
etMnet kMchen. dawn PuU cement boa*- 
aBacii piped turn#** driaa-in gaiaja^On 
QUARtnk-ArRR. tovely too 
end pradweiiva Irull tree* Po 
g-*riaw* lleing. *** Ihto 
*iib tarm* *• 

iNlghie Mr Ltoyd. O : 
ULTRA-MODERN 
YOU COULD LOOK POR 
anelher home Hke thi* 

HAVE ONE POB YOU Piv# larga apactoua 
r«a«i Madei kitrnan apd baibrnam 
Maaair dettan* lalaM Ip th* eery beat of 
hardwobd da«r* tndirerl liihling Vena- 
,ti*n Wind* Twa firatlaea* PpM 
baaemeet. tuba H* . drm-ln garage PuU 



$6600 



l/tW — A goHM enwePrp gmaalng *9**48 partoUin - 

yearly. Include* dallvary car aM two all Iblb* madam l-*ae*ed ttu*rn bungalow m 
•lave* A nir* aeantry pl*<e l« the *-mll# iJnlning “* “ 

K[.%rto. $13,600 rr 

! ''rrernRenUa. 

$ 1 OCO PAYMENT, balanrt Ilk* 

I ODU rent A goad up tad dewp 

[DUPLEX near the park and dX-TCft PEMBERTON 
ilha eea Pull prtc* .POJ-JU . ,, ... 

aak lay L#« sawyer 11^1 



'EOS REPAtR SHOP AND BQUIPMBNT 
' Anywbar* an Lawar YJ. Boa IBM 



LEACH & SPARKS 



rm AND CHIP SOSINBBB 

lURNOYW mt PER MONTH CAM SB 
graatly lacreaatd Oand aqoipypent. 

PULL PRICE POR QUICK SAI^ 

$3650 

Pay Partirultrt. Mr Hyland 



GORGE DISTRICT 

1 ,9JVS - ROOMED IIUHOALOW. 

roam, dinint-rnom, ktiehen. 
mama, part baaemeni. fumdte. 

garaga Taeat 1)8 79 ^ 

imuiedtota paaaeaatan. PR1C1 

HILMCXEN DISTRICT 
Btiaecw bangatow. new 



•RAY 

fVINRUDS. 

GM. DIESEL 

ORR & JAMES LTD 

ISM WHARP ST. 



H SSCHWOOO ORJVS — FIVE • BOOM 
BUHflALOW. near ih* tea A vary 
bright ham# Twa badraama. llvtog-raam 
wtih firepto** ba*em*ot * * 8 Mmar*. 
mndemlaed klicbaa EZOAft 

Prtra 'or afftrt 

Can giv* very good Mrma to rellahto 
purrhaaet 

LANOLST REALTY COMPANY 
9U Ctniral NuUdmg Phan* B *09* 

lAaA far Mr Lnngl*v> 



THREE GOOD GROCERY 
STORES 

It Um* Alieied lar eato hr ongiaal 
aer In ene af tht b**t dlatrtou in 
torla Lara* 4-rnam ilvtbf quarter* 
tatra. orotoiBd *8**48 fteai irom 



A GOOD CONFECTIONERY 

A fhnying bualnaae doing a large turn- 
avar iChl* i» Inai right rnr iwn paapto 
raah dng aarrv Throe-year laaae Living 

J aariee* ran b* obtained tar yaa Be* Mr 
uaael* Baffle term* CCCAA 

Pull pne* iDDKA) 



. - . _ . Paur rmaaa. bvtag- 

ria*m dineti*. kitchen two bedroama 
tied ronf Immedlato ECdftA 

pmaatatan PRiCB 

OOROS DISTRICT 

Bungatow af laur r*M»ma Ltytat-iw 
with eavad celling* kitchen and twa bad- 
rnovn* Tave* *14)8 SCOAA 

Immediate potaeaMan. PRICE Rv«3vAJ 

r'CNTRAL DISTRICT 

Owed revenna haoie of 18 raomo Pi*a 
mama 8*wa and Dva badraaii us Du- 
ruM rwdl Oand garden and fruit tea#*. 
Centrally located ^ e e\/\es 

ImmedUto paaaeaaHm PRICS rOUVAJ 
iJtNOPORO DIBTKICT 
iSUKta bungato* af five roacM. Helng- 
Iraam. dlning-raam. klUhen and tw« bed- 
Jrnbm*. beaement Durald rnsf and fur- 
painied'nare Oarage. Veneiien bllnw Taae* fdd 
'Potaeatioa immadlai* STftTC 

PRICB R't/D 

METcaOBIN 

Vary line naunlry hnnw tauH af tog* wHb 
rement inundatiam aL-mppet pMdng l-arf* 
Itnng-reeHi vith tea *<e» Eienrl* U*lr. 
icity *a*er Small gneH hn«*e «n bluff. 
Oand laabnei avat BtralU. Virtert* and 
WiiMam Rend 3S arret af e*rb land 
Tataa fl9g8 tmmediato 



Hyland, thomas * callih 
to Yalta Btraat S 1911 • B 491) 

Mambae of trutaoto Real Bataie Beard 



thomugbly 

$6900 



CITY— CONFIDENTIAL 
EXCLUSIVE 

We bava been emraatad vnh the Mto of 
thu ntd-eatabllabed greeary buajnew *• a 
taerlRr* prlra Owner will *»#y »a Inira- 
dare iueratiy* beyin* and taUmg ennnar- 
iton*. with * tpecialiaed fruit and vega- 
table trad* Only liye-wtr* and atpertenred 
man can handl* thto Mg mmey maker 
It 888 reah handle* 



TRAVEL - TROLL 



qPBLL • HTABLISICBD BUSmsaS 

with modem base aturhad Stay 
brwrt thawing *98* aa *8M par 
month profit, trhieh ran be in- 
created It datirad Ideal far aruve 
raupl* Prtoo *8l*t eaah. balanen 
•4.8*0 at *M per mantb. Na agetiia 

ROE mi. COLONIST 



I Now lUewralbta Prepaitor That Ofva* 
dnaa Prem IS to M-N P PuU Raver** 
dtod * Pull Rang* df Bpaedi 

OtotrTbuted by 

IDWARD LIPSETT LTD. 

•M BA*nan sniBr 



Vollance & Sowyer Ltd. 

3 4119 918 BRnuOHTON O Ml 



Vary nice ator* and *-reecn haw 
flwnar an *> acre #1 land with amai 
merrial garagr In eanlunriton Oi 
•98 0*8, which mold be graatiy tnri 
Owner aelilna owin* ta iwaiih r< 
Prtra. g i q 

UfludlM *tocb RIO, 

W* atoa hava a vary gand arnrery a 
and all atation ritmblnad Omqatng I 
On rented premteo*. a pnrtton at 
netftg aiiblaiied ahich mv* rent gq 
Prwe, InribdlM atock 

SPECIAL 

I a 

Pt*b Ibd Chip and rtonfecitoBeer 
nattind *M>8 pvr manth 

CHICKEN RANCH 

with new * eanm atwrre hnm*. bnf 
heated, aa 4 arre* af gnnd *MI. wit 



ikRBNTWGOn 
la kllrhen an 



_ thre* badraama 

Fembrake balhraam. naw Dwratd raaf ga- 
rage, ewner arrupied. rioan tn bn# and 
atnre* marvaleii* rtaw frani veranda nver- 
tonkin* Braniwead Bar Th* tarden u a 
iftoi « Swribg taiMto and reaa* Ideal ter 
rutir ad ce u ple X " 

' f^ONT Am 
1 > baua* New 
inaide and oul . 

Iram 9 ren'ed rfmtaa five maiM l*r owner 
Lawn, ftrdvn and hen*, anm* laying Win- 
ter fuel in bmement Mrsram after around 
•Bjaa ctoae In S l**l 



KING 

OPPORTUNITIES 

Wa tutqaat tbai Die fnltowibg ar* wnrlhy 
af Invattigailen If you want a buafnaat 

I Greeary Bure 

9 Carta** Camsany 
• PltMng Waaart 
4 Hardware iHara 
*. Haiej 
g Beer Partor 

They* Are Other* 

Talk Over Teur Pvebtom With Oa 

N* Phana tnfarmatien 
Piaaa* 



iCAPITAL CITY REALTY 

!gga CORMORANT IT OPP CTTY HALL 



VOGLiR BROS. ICACRAFT 



K. & S. 

KER & STEPHENSON 



FOUR-SUITE 
APARTMENT BLOCK 

WALKING DWTANCE 
PAmPTSLD OSTRICT 

Barb aaito fully a*lf-*anutned Pambraka 
Mtba aM tovtoy kliehaaa. Thto to really 
lead Shewing eneallem mam* an nn 
inyatitaanf g a a -WCA 



many OPPORTUNITIES 
ULL *“2: TO GO INTO BUSINESS 

furttan^armn- FOR YOURSELF 

an at aur afflra * 

19*8 DaevmmeM . bakery BUBINBBB. wbalmato and leUM. 

nrlttdifig madera buIMIng aM ened 

$10,500 



$9500 



PULL PR9T1 » ' J,VAAJ 

CLOBB Tt> T7LUCUM BCWOOt 
A beaniilnl bam* -STUCCO Pwur Gne. 
large foiMi* with nn*k. reveg rciltagB. 
hardwaed Oaar*. rump*# renm ta bem- 
man# wNb tkraptam drtea-ln garage tova- 
ty gardan Tbto to mm af tb* nteeat haaaaa 
ta trtrtarto. and ye« ran 8to*a »n wllB 
only 89.4*8 eadb tflOAn 

POLL PNirS ONtT ROxW 

KBYEWUI PNODOrER 
CLOBB Dt— Pine toff* bam* to pertart 
anMUtob. witb fell bawmeni fdmare 
Revenw M III! per amvlb phit (we nN* 



KING REALTY 



BU H PB OR SAND AND OagKDlATBL* 

ATAILARLB fOR IMRTQAai LOAM LADIBB' BEADY -TO-WBAR and drvgand*. 

L AIMW AHD small amounts . LOW altuatod in earettonN anburban ah cbwing 
Inwemt - auto* aaelatoaq - rmaanakli araa. ana abaw acaltont prafUa 
Anraw HJKA nnbUaaNana raaatvtd toaaa availabto at bemtnal rental Prieed 
tm ^ .. . - ■ M tall at only 8BS8* Wia *•#** at inven- 

AffeaEMMn and MansMm puraBMOB 

^ ^ SMALL HOTEL PROPERTY whJeli tan ba 

fltt Wiad Birqa* emana «gvi gUdSk dawn OfL 

■ Meiad aM aeneanienuy COK HArt 

M ORTOAOB MOREY AYAHaBIR CUR- Taeal pnee ... . RXJrUVU 

..miTta SKT UK“TklJ*BLad*X!5 «-«TAR auto COUHT m Uland Hlgb- 
kUSy* • liny Id*. 14M •»•*• W»rea8 ^ ^ ^ ^ 

taeahto*# Bb^ b* taan M CAA 

..vv-nmemn 8M8 UrWAKDR IS* PTNe M 5vJJ,3UU 



SWINERTON & CO. LTD 



HYLAND, THOMAS & 
fALLIN 

94 TATW BT R 1911. B 4919 

Member nf Ttrtart* Real Ritat* Bnard 



AUTO COURTS 



LUNCH COUNTER 
WITH POSSIBILITIES 

oar* toaaa al riaagwabl* rental— 

I kitchen-wall oqnlpnM -aeailng 

jrtt, M-dllMbwtotoa J5QQQ 

HAREY & CO., LTD 

Eiifft 



$5400 



$6450 



IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE 

Thai tbii bwainae* and pr epertr. Bemplaa* 
with fiTM-cUad aautpmeni. daing 888 par 
iay ran be bau^ far ji|8 888 bm etr- 
enmataocaa farce into rata edOW Was 
bM permanent raantor trad*. >taa*d tarn- 
idaya Tba taiUdirm h ti b«* aandtiMm 
Oenar** anil* bat tort* raam* tuB baaa- 
: mvm aM tnrnaan gd.88* wtO ba n dto 



IbN ' clan# ta eeeeytbtag - A Iee*to TWRRB- 
CA I QUAETBRB ACRE of tartlta aoB. ramptata 
DU wRb an errbard df W fr«R trma. any 
amaani af parden tamw cbtoben bnM* fa* 
48 bird* aeraB* and n ipa t toii BtX- 
«*E ROOM BtMALOW fbBv mitoarn. with 
Itt* •• **w* ream aM «»HM b 1R* fas bM*- 
m#M Q8MB pu MBB. and S74AA 
** tb* pefm 8*r a gntos able la R/DIAI 

I CSWTmAL BSALTT 

998 YtaW BWaOl Pto—a E nSf 



Inchiding 88 888 atarh 
to enlT 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

IM8 oovsmncBrr rmarT 

mm. B I8IB 8P 1 4B88 . Ran, R8) 



COMPLETE, fISH AND 
CHIP KITCHEN 

tMlaSibK (rm. Baataa. mmmr. to* 
Rbk. 488. ^|M*B f8g BMto A8Wy 



KER i STEPHENSOl 



JONES & SCOTT 



I 






THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 , 1948 



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MM UHm-uom UU« flr—Uui. diMo«* 
f»«M. MBtral Iwa. !«• bpdfwi. tPVKy 
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Mp Md wd 0 »m UirwkdM Mrua* 
IiMd IiuMb. tu« tJmfe fHU u*ra-f*dt 
rMiMl WuMVt dft«*-iB tarwt. pluur- 
rtaUMd rdMft. i«o*i»Me« vubr«ou. tobi, 
»ipt rir»«w Ob •itruUf* M dd tul 
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' f bUM lUU bUMtdUl dl.Md b«BdlM. 

dll » MWlfe OVMT. Ill WabdrtuB 



I TUB PAimElBLD wim ncBUAirr 
Mir bad «*Uf pi««-rM«i •i«mn 
baadilci*. Mk IlMtt ta atbla u*m Md 
b*U. i bMrdM* «-pMd bubrum. Blah 
baaaMBt viOk taaadrT uar*. *pac* w 
ru«p9« r*a<n. drlva-in |brbd« H Md uab. 






A WMOLS laLANO 
TOim OKUOinTUL domaib 
miATiD nAK ma niirpiiio ijiiria 
U rmiM L0VB.T IBLS OP OVBR 
laBVBIf ACABi. Mauiaa la Uu aca- 
llMUaa at iMpat litaoda. Oa M tbm 
|U a vall-baUi aaaMia* ad law raaaia 
|lh<U<Sina tMriaua LB vlih a Mp aaan 
,:iiulaca Pan baaaBMat. Waaat laapir 
attfe aiarafa taaba Iran watMaad. flMaaa 
mlaiiiaa hr aiaaa frau Victana. ar H 
haw fraa Oaajaa br baal. Wa hata ala* 
itaraa ai aw amaa af lAa tu«iw aad lata 
'«biab aa aaald ha «la4 u abaa paa aad 
diMMi fuiihar daiaila Tba anaa la aa- 

..vuMMi, bM SILOOO 

I Ptaau aak far Mr. Cralf ra abaaa. 

{ BtOB QOAOfU-BFBCUL 

,rir»i liua alltrad (ar ult HUa tls*rf>aw 
I aadaraiatli hamdataa viib aaaciaw LA 
Ivnb rtaw vtado^ Tlw hltraa* baa Um 
lakMurr-aoab laab Carr dan PaU haaa- 



BOCnn BABDIAMTBN kOOaCh. 

-Laaalf fardaa. aa«Maalat 



frail irau aad raua truK. Mgb ^Oaa 
‘raaBS LOTV’ ruaaa. baahaata 

Thraa-auia i irate Pbaoa SIMA 



- MARA, BATE & CO., LTD. 



BROWN BROS. 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES PEMBERTON, HOLMES 



BOORMAN'S 



u>- 



OAB BAf 

2 >TBAB'OtD BTVCCO BVItOAU>« 

caUd clau ta ua, alia 1 ha«i__. 
larft aardaa aMtavaUa uaUnUad baai 
vltad lar aaaai AU larva 
raama BaaJ valu ai 



$ 11,500 



OPPBB 

NEW LISTING 
MLn-H^OF THE AVENUE 



UPLANDS 

DE LUXE BUNGALOW 



AM^mm BBALTT 

S'.ata aad OlacatarT diraaia 

Pbaaca. O tilt aad O dddd 



S I A/V\ d-BOOM BCMOA-. 

I OUU Law la food Baaatafl lataUaa 
I roaau rtaUd (ar Md Mr uoatb. 
I.raaa aaKa (ar avaat Oaad (at I 



Wa wt aarp tanuaaia la ba aUt la 
atfav lb# puaiM ibu ran wadara #• 
raaeiad bwialav aiib iba mr lataat 
OtteB&AL^ELJCTHIC OIL H O T- 
WAlEfi IfBATlPO BYITSM (ar tha 
HOL'BS and DOdlBSTlC bal waitr 
Slluiad uo a fain alrui taa aiaaiaa 
(mat Wladaar Park and Baarb IM- 
TBAliCB BALL larva U*lBd-faa« 
vtUi dauad uUlnv, a»aa (ir aaU a a aad 
urear vtndaai aaad dlalaf 



Tbu daUvbifai b4i>va|p«. racaettf cam* 

I viatad. la a Bianar»iaca la amga and 
laaoainMUaB. Baia li iMdara Unnt ai lu 
baaL iBa baau aanalaia at apanaaa aa- 
uaaca hall. larva Uvuid-raas. vuaat-aua 
duiina.raaai iwa larva badraaua, dan (fta« 
labad la Kaati/ pumi, alira-iaodarn kU- 
ctvcii »itb bcaaklaai aaaca. baaawaai «iib 
bai'Vaiar OU-O-Made haaund atuahad 
l*a-«ar (arava Bardaood flcgra tbraucb* 
aai and oiaor athaa (aaiaiu Ma naaaaraaa 

):usr‘S‘M - $30,000 



FOR REAL VALUES 
OUR 62ND YEAR 
G8I24 



SEW AODKI 



Iddd OOVBMMAKKT BT 



I FOR REAL VALUES 
OUR 62ND YEAR 
G8I24 

HBW ADDBBBB IdM OOTBKMABirr ST 



ONE BLOCK TO 
WATERFRONT 
7 YEARS OLD 
N H A BUILT 



OAK BAY 
OFF BEACH DRIVE 



$6500 

STUCCO— FOUR ROOMS 






t.ROOM STUCCO baiifalBa. all aralp ta- A alaa uadara liiUa baai*. u»iu-tMO<a 
dtcuraiad laaida aad ana Vaaaai autaa.|VUb tiraplara I larfa badraaau, ]-iMa<a 
•loo. l4*uic-ro««, dUiUia'iiwBi kiicban. Pambreka baibroaw l.*rw ksicban aiih 
baibraaai and 1 badraaua bauawm ai.d an<'.| naok niad *<>it Vanruan bUnda 



Tba STUCCO SSMI BUNOALOW It an a 
*ari nira i.raai and hai «ar) niea 
|i«umu Larf* ll*iMf-ia»ai «ith at-, 
(ranita apa** nraaiara Diaalia «ilb n> 
aaaa lar buftai Ktirbao •itb ulad amk. 
Laiva ihranah ball T«a laiga badraama. 
Swr Pombraba baibraoa Cnncaalad 
aiairaap M ana tiniahad roan and i«a an- 
tiBithid raoua lUHiam P«U aamani 
ba*aRi*M Kn air aiaad rainacd Pira« 
i>" ' drlva-in •• «ir Coppai p p' t 



IJIM BQACrJU •• SmOT BBAOTIPUL 
' ^ aurro«adla«t u (o« lira W ttila 
aharulav kaeaUaa. Plro-raam tlacaa ban- 
fblav had acua raa« la baaaiaaat Srary 
anartairwa Pour rawa bum Caa ba 
aaaa bt ap p ataunaat Ovnar. Boi VdSd. 
CalaaUt 



•waca. Maar otbar (utwaa. Ma. aa lat im| 
•bow ta« (bu baaM Mdar. i ccni 
Aak (ar Mr. CarMMar. prin B I I <33v/i 



>4000 



OAB BAT-SIB ROOdlS 
TBBa BSDBOOIdS 

nua ta aal aa ardlaarr aluaca bSafdlo* 
it ii «all plaanad. ha* apartaw raanu. la- 
aiudifif thraa badraaau. ar I aad a dan 
Sttaaird Mar *cbaal, bw and tba ua 
Prraar uatarlala. I«ll baanadbt «itb 



JM 



Pbll anaa 

Call C. M BlaUBdu 
■MPIBB mSALTT CO.. LTD 
PtubaiMa Sldf. SIMl 

•raninta. BOH 



.•(f* brTaaTaai 

Tha badtoMa* ara Jartar than tha | 
atarapa buncaiaaa. Vara altraatlrai 

4-ptaca baibraoai BAJUCMBKT Ka-' 

capuenallr laraa BUMPUS ROOM aiUi 
opw nRsAhCB, sBowsB and 'S? 



uir larva Bui 
I'lJUIPLACS. 
TOILST and driva-la var- 



BARGAIN 

bU* bora# la tacaUani a 
fuCK iirui aad clau ta 



Ul- I»R 

aaii lanii and (run iiaaa 
Pnca . 



n, fal- 

$8300 



a.. alu mJ; S I 6.800 wnateu a( laraa Urini and ' 

M* Ta«aa IlM PrUa B I U.OW auiin§.raoau. eacb alih Oiaaiaea. braaMd I 



Plaaaa Mil Mr BHariar 
Oat Vajp Saaeialiai 



raapar pialni. (waaaa aad varaf* an nal 

N a wt 



laa larv* 

Prica 



B annn— Paar-raam aiadara aldUf baa- 

»alaa aiUi lirtMaaa RaMw- '/•> « ^ nav 
krn Raad dtalrict. Anarat. • uaaiha LIAR. DAT 
Md 



«AaS (ar Mr. Btabani) 



$ 10,500 P *Qcn~SAANlCB — PtBr-raou bvinfa* 

- JnOJO Ia« ailh baaaauat. turoaca, 



Praaaro in parfm caadl- 



I MMBOIATB PQSSBBVIOM . MOUBRN. 

attraatira. vali-raanrutiad, larr* *- 
maat banfaln* l badmama, (all aaaaat 
ba*aiant Baa R A piar furnarr. Larv* 
braqiitul vrpund* Pruit ir*«* tlaarr 
bad* Kalrin Road feiarb aft Ooublaa 

Samnca arm HIM Ka*? (rrau AianllBraad nra atunaa buat«>** *Hh hat 
tnfatnaa valaataa- Abnlr awarr. Ru Thfiaaur ivaaund (aw raaua aad diaati*. 
air* altaabrd varata aad (waau non. Mtu- 

TMMBDIATB POSSBBBIOK sa-BOOM , -^,,7 

blurco buakatea baaaatni. turnaca 

Ona arr* at land |UM euuid* Ih* cliyl MOUBT TOUAIB 

imiu Aatlon wanlad aa «hi»_ Oan*r » * * viU, U.dM dn«a M a ?a- 

wavtad Mvn Pbon* oaoar. S tIM RO|tpnnaibla aarir, i&a ataaaa bwadalaa 

raaaanabl* affar rrtuani linuhad ^ €“»-“• ••****' Oll-O-Maiu tjraa.l 

^ i* !* , ^'^• 'Uimrnuirr. raasa tnelddad. **.ddd unaa 



IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 



(uaplacr 
twa 

MrCAND 



RSALTT I 

$8500 ^ Bart itrui PhoM Sllll, 

Bvanind*. o aaad ar S TVM i 



1 n-ROOM ROUBI. CLOn IB. SUnABLx' 
I V tar raranu* Oaad Mndiilaa. Ouroid ; 



M* 



TAMSR BAT-OMl BUX* FROM $ 6850 “““ 

** lawa raah A nni-bam pivs-room . juo-rv./ 

PuU ra- j A GOOD BUT 

$6700 •»«» Artnua. b 

I ROOM MOMS— Old*r-i(M. a( 



BttKca banvalaa. bardaoad naara. bpa* 

ctaua Urinc-raara aiib auractirr Srr- 
alarr. ihrausb ball dinini-roaa. 1 
ftna badraowi, ua-(«-data kiubrn and 
baihroea. Pull baunaol. turnara and 
drtra-ln laract DalidhUs) vatdtn, 
aouib ai avtow Salad OTd aaeladad 
aa1|hbarb«ad Raduoad 
(ar luiaadiata Ml* M 
Plaau aaa Mr Raw ar Mr Mathawua 
VratilMi; O tttB 



rallmva and butlt-ln anabcaaw and atd« 
baard, aanlrr and larva kiubtn aith 
aUnir at cupbaard aaaar Vbauin. (aur 
I laraa brivht badraaau and bathronu At> 
Ur apara abirh could ba darclaaad Not- 
lalr turnaca «itb alr-condltlonad 
■Mil. Th* tuU priea 



OAK BAY 

OFF CADBORO BAY ROAD 



d-aooM STUCCO bunialav prraar ron- 
(truruan. aica hrinf.iaani. Ilrafl*'# dih- 



i>n alt. t’.'.u I irii 

ail r*nf*, tndit. via 
1 aaa* oiu> f Id 

Aa**r can Vialat UcLaan 

S>*nlnf*. O Wai 



ba purcbaard 



*aan«r PRtCS 



> I i.'.Ut.TU 



$3700 — $3700 
ROOMS— BASEMENT 
VACANT 



OAK BAY 

WILLOWS BEACH DISTRICT 
VACANT— $4000 CASH 



Pin ervn «rll*biuu ***aa-raau taaaiy h«M b 
> IU,3UU **wa M •chaoU ataanaint araa aad irana- 
aanadan The bauu aancuta a( raanatni 
ball. Iirtna-nmni «Hh firrplaea, dinim- 
roan uiih MtU-ln aidrbnord and cMy dm 
«lib flrapur* lari* brigbi pontr* and 
btirlitn iJiMtatri ar* Uirr* tarv* btoroonu 



BUMOALOW hni-aaiar baaiad 
aunt baunvat 
rULL PRlCB 

BaJann Ilka rant. B'tniatA BVbId 



PlVB ROOU STUCCO Bt^NOALOW Ur- 
tnv men «tib OMu tiraalar*. dtnalit. 
n'Mrrn hlirhan. *u>’rnoin laa larpa aad- 
jrooin*. Pull cajnrir tvaarmtui. hot air 

,o.«. , 

Plaoar rail TiniM UrLoan t Srantnr* Phon* Mr Bcoi' <1 JdPd 

Bcrnin,. O .Ml ^ SAANICH WITH A VIEW 

$4500— FURNISHED I TWO-MILE CiIRCLE 



^ . _ and vaiaf* Viar ttoru aad iranapartA 

OAK BAY — FAMILY HOME i?* '-*•'« •» 

19 dar* T*ir« Md Bunpalo* in inmiru- 

OIL FURNACE 



$8300 



,lt(t aandiuon 
Pnra 



$ 9500 ' 



PKa*a uU Mr Biranrj 
Oai Bay SpmaUat 



IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 



p A iR ri B L D--oa*« In trantuortaitan ' rooms ako imuTY room, pub- 

ImSo .*?.*?•' ;*?“?■ bauiami, »iih pipa ?uraart andUundry ^ niahad to dUHl lawUaB <loaa u 

TOUB BBDROOMS. full bairnaal. bat-air I,,,, vardan at tba not A apacUJ and bua. and •ubin 3-nil* elrda 

far tht* noM bana abteb aba hM modri car u> part paynant 



$8500 upper foul bay Roao u.,r..n. p,tb 

Ihla SIS- Lnbr au AltUrly Rnad Wnndarful riaa two MODSflN STU' 
anwru. but at tha aetan. aw acr. at laad. arar bua d room* nab. na 

air haatrd On* raran 
ar uaturaiabad 



ta aandarlul aaadlUaa. Thraa room* da«a. .CoIruIW 4tM 

and Ihrar brdraan* up. and baibroora oUb — _ - . .7 — -.-rr — - — 

•rparata tatb* lau fd rlatnt ipan. full a BOOMS AKO UTtUTY BOOM 



irm »h*mpwr«* I ““ *««•«• Sraarair laravr tabintf 

Aifi' I I'.". .« a rarr r.aaanablr prler, 

cant Oar turnlabrd ' jdm ^,oprri» at T-.-. attacliad varavc 

ably 



A aii-roMM Oiaar lyw bauM aa a pavrd Isxx.yKAM-mo LOVSI.V WiltTV I'kOAR 
• ad buJ*»ard»d »irr*t in narih *nd n( c»>- rraki BVSUAIOW on a *n»r’ «( *u- 
Ma* ll*iuc-m« d>atci«-tiM«. biUAcn atvd,Mr>n hnin** Urttia-raMm II* It dinmi- 
Moiry dovnatair* aitb ( badraom* up Ma ,«Mn I3a|u :art« bitthtn «l>n l•'a•b. 
A brand nr* laur-raora •tucca bui-dalo* , Mumrni Wimrr • lual includad Prtca. f«,, i Ot<* .-a,*ata Hill. ai»d >Ra 
can*i*tiad 01 imna-rao* aitb tir«i>lara 1 1 furniabad » dCnn'aih*, II a Id Mardwuod tl«wr» in iba main 

kuchrti. P«Biirra«4 Mth-tcABN >4 jUU mam* Vrnatun bund* iBrauvbnut full 



pM turnaca 
PUU, PBlCB 

BaUnar m Prr Maalb 
BrntMt Mr MrBia. S Mid 



Hat-aalar Haatad. 
Prtra 



$6300 



•buy 



n*v raat 

PRICI iTLmNlSHBS 



Id, 



Bat-atr bn tad, 
Priaa 



▼ICTOIUa wkrt -T*n mth>,<«* froia niy 
A rerr uati.anm RirvrK-brvyM ROUPS 
POUR BEDRiXlMS. tuJI btacmrnt. It A 
furnar* RtM lai. fruit lm>. lat* at 
•urdm •pa,'* 

PULL PRlCt 
Will twHldtr |<>ad taur-rMn buniakta, 
Rlthaui batannt. uriibin lS-nila ctreb. 
M truda 8r*nlnf* Ur Ptrrar O ItN 



NILUHSS AVBMUB 



avrnta Boa Mdl, CaloBiat. 

$!)UUU ^.RooM •fMrBuMOAiow, sruoco 

O y**r* aid Pull rrtarni ba»*m*n'. H A 

Thi. SUNOAU3W ha* THRSt 8BDROOMP ^Vd nrd*?‘M?'M??lI5M 
lartrLR •KhaprnPP and book •hrlra* M»,***rid* d _ „ a 

on •Ithtr *ldr •paelou* ktirbin. and , c SPAClOU# IK30MB. MAROWOOD TWO SEAFRONT— 

lbirr-i>i*ea baibmai part banmar.i and I fiaort madrta bunvalo*. Tllr *inb. 4- 



■at-blf brat4d. 
turalabad 



$ 12,000 

$ 12,600 

$ 15,000 



ita,m 

Clnr 



H** natihind 
tiUr 



$ 6500 , 



$ 8400 ,““” • 

PUaaa call R T CaarliM, Srmlnt* B d4d4 I 



$4500 

Pitaaa call Vaor* Bow. Brrnlub* * *M4 



FAIRFIELD 



OVERLOOKING 
GORGE WATERS 



$6500 Vary attraeUraly plaaMrad | piaca Pribrokf Banmant. plw (uraarr BOTH NEAR UPLANDS 

ta*)dr p j (1 <M. tcraii tlaaa in. No aiaaii OddT 



VTLA3TD TBOMAB h CALLVN 
Bid Yaia* str*a< Phoa*r SIlll-StTIl 
Mrabar at juai iMau Board 



Tambs sat > 

** baaawant, nru furnara. t«* mu 



VACANT SIX BOOMS. 

Tu* 

n«a* lae ba rntad aa nna Id.ddd or 
bi^aetr tar fulek aalt Phna aimrr 



T OW.T BD01b.ROOM ST VCO O BUNOA- 

Aa ta* wiin run •... 



ALL TMM fob OKLT 



$4200 



Wr uauid ba aniy lad tiad M aba* nu 
anr at thaaa baaa* Mdar Oira lu a tail 
Thrr* car* in terra you. 



10* 



ROOMSD MOUSB t-BOOM 
(ar aunrr dd.dOO. tarw* aaa ba ar- 
ranpad laiaiadiata baaaraatao IfW fas- 

data A** Apply attar II anaa 



HOWARD B CRAtO. RBALTOR ' 
Cor Vm and Quadra Ottm. au2>. 



Mr. 



Brtniavr I 

CarpaaUf. o Hid * Mr Ctaif. SWPT; 



PCTriA * >d-ROOU MOOBB IB 

>3/UU Lata BlU dbtrUt 
IHI Palwrr R,.ad 



PhCriA down. RALANCt Ul MOKTR. 
>ODUU MBA d-ruoM buafalau 



'I'lmn BOOMS AND ALCOTB 

iiaii*. ibraa ruant aad batb 4a«a. 
*aaw rimai* tpr boyar Cion to, 

•abaol dd.dOe tanw O mt 



j Quadra Phacr O M37 



H>Vb 



saar 



yaan. Locatad nn Ralph 8» Nir* oprn 
riaui Prica. Id hdO Call Ur Latia ai 
Lan«t*r Realty t MM r*c* B Pin 



FAIRFIELD— 10 ROOAAS 
$8500 FULL PRICE 



him cor* cnUlnca tbrmiabaut And that . 
bad all' da lusa UoSat abrlria rann cn* 
wHb tba kauaa. aba V*n*Uao btlad* and 
Saalauwa Tarma. M Ida raab. aanmr 
atarlaaa* iddM par atanlb. inriuda* prIn- 
•Inal and tnUr*«t at 4iy« Kaa (o M aarn 
M ba appt»ciat*d Apply MM fifth B(f*r( 



\ronsRN 4-RooMso HovBs I t/rrs 
fuod lardrn apat dl.Md ......... 




_ - \’CHT 

hf OVS RtOKT INTO THIS OSUOHTPOL 1 J 
Srr-rtMw altra-modarn hema. eoB»Ut-l”7\ 

Nit at I badroowa larv* Uyln«-ro4*«, Urral “’"I • .. *aaao caan *m nanai* 

rumput raatn. baauUtti eabloat btiahna andi B Mil avanina* 8 Mil 

dinrttr AU Vona to cnl«r*d apoBva iat- klUhn with ad oMra. t«p bad- '”*''* " ■ »*” 

~a I raanii. **|] - appalptad batbraon; foad 

ftrata and vaahraaa*. OaaUal haat. 



*Jw i^htaad- A *aU-b«lH. UODBBK 
COTTAOB. Ibraa raom* aad bntbi partly 
"•“'**■*■* Apply 



(urabbad 

P UtWfN, QUAUCUM BSACB 



aath fait arm 

WATStePSn'rT -Madara aattafa. yaad lat 



SIJSd u*h. balaaM 11,099 

T«a SmNST RSALTT 
•Maay Vtl 



$4200 4^7An-"0 419 LOTSLT BMAU. 

>4/vU TRRBB-ROOM BUNOALOW 
PuU baaaaam. Ldrva tat Lav Mnaa. 

cAiurr ROAD. 



Bai . Vd4U 






d-ROOU BOMB. NS3CT TO 
- Branivoad UnUaiiiad^vatar 
M.Md tarmt Ovnar. Saaitnv IM It 



TODAY'S 8PBC1AL 

Hion LOCATIOR 



$ 3700 '::* Tar, 



larpa nna-raaa 

bauaa Could ba 
■aad rarnua prapoaiuen Sana uraw. 



P aAAn— *** TBRBB ROOMS and 
Q^VUU uuiiiy raaa. la twv-uUa eircla. 
Larpa ML Iwv taan 

— Ba an -Paur raavu aad aul- 
rooto Nlcaly dacaratad la* 



$ 4250 -?; 

ildr and nat Nica 



5-ROOM BUNGALOW 
HIGH QUADRA 
$5950 



Wall-htpt l*raa« bunvalav la thu ptaubr 
dutnet Oaod-alaad Urlnf-raa*. fatoiir- 
alaa diniaf-raam. Laraa httahan and naak 
> badraama, (iraplaa*, tuH aamnt baaaawm 
vita HA (umaaa. Larva >ni Taiou ar- 
raavad Ovstr vauld aanudar trad# an* 
rartnaa praparty. Call Mr Brawn, B ddll. 
araninva O 49M 



AND BOTH SECLUDED 

OM d-badm. Otl-O-M.U. b.l..aUr!:;tJ“nV:dm'7Si^«t«., 
baatad. aa aw-thUd * i , aaa i >»*"'>>« ^ »«*• •«»» 
acra luttarai > I 0,UUU 



, REVENUE PROPERTY , 

Oau’i niaa tcalnf tbia dalivhitui nav' ^ |A layaly l-rnoa nav atweea baagalov viih 

atuira twnvaluv witb daraiepn caraan |Tbii praparty tbavr a iial ratun aa yawi ,b*,danad (hM,* tn *a*ai« Pull 

SuiK M avnar't •vedScaiion* by a veil- < Mratiairnt Houaa cvntain* 4 iva-roaia .rauMOt baamant viUi OU*0-Maiw Iwai 
kaavn watrariar urdar B M a C«nai*u uuiaa aad aiM bnuankarwaa roam, plua J *ad drir*-tu tarai* 
a( Urva. brt|ht Itainv-ranai with hraplaet. rouou and utility («■ awnar PriM tn- Pflgaa rtahl at 
dlnaMa vlih buUt-ln atdabeard. baauutui i naat'y tu luruitur* Oa* rang**' 
kiuhrti vlih planty a( cupbaard* irntM-lla aacb aulia. alan bal and aold aatar 
nailoa voad aad aaal aad fa* rantaiR** auixmaUc luai tiukrr •>.(] |aa hat 
vhteb ran ba purchaaad aaparaialyi, Inur vaiw btalar NTT RSVSNL'S b |t,49d 

E laca Paiabraka bath and iva badraew* 'bdr ynr Oa taa lata viUi 
aMvnad nanr* PuU caowni batancei fruit iraat PIUCS 

iMall naah bandl*# 



iaamrni dar^ighi baaaaau'. bratiaaay la 
aii*r.h*d fang* with *'ui dack Brauittul 
taidav vitb irrtariaa, Iwi M-fnei fraat- 
ag» Taat* aniy tM*Onr-htll caah will 
htod:* 

Naar attrr cnnatdrird 



$9650 



Iramna* Phena B MIP 



$ 10,000 



$8400 



Ptaaaa nU B V CaaaUOb. BvrniBg* Bdadt 



Plaaaa rail Vanca Rapa 



$9950 

Branlngi B 9494 



GORGE 



FAIRFIELD 
Horn# ond Incomo 
CloM to Sea and Pork 



Ona l-b*dmn h«t-vaur Oll-O-Uailc 
h*aU4, aa mi* and ani-third acra* 

ia((*r*i $ 25,000 



furthar Daialla on tba Abara 

pBur B**idnc«a Plaaaa Cntl 

Mr Barrlatton 



UBT TOUR PROPRRTT WnV 



MARA, BATE & CO., LTD. 

M*mbar* Raai SaiaM Board at VUMrla 
•Id TtSW BTRSrr BTt»4 



KING 



GONZALES DISTRICT 
NEAR SEA 



HAROLD W. FRANK 



lid STOBART BLDO HI TATBB BT 
PHUNS B Mil 



jardta tat. vaU tanaad [ 
Tam* 



V>* l-ROOM BTDCCO BUNnALOW QoKb amatclon 

nuUtotng m*nr t»rci*| («*iurr* In- .. am a,, a 

Htrhrn. hardvond flnra. <465n''^*' 

vlib tiraplaca Bacrifica faf|;i!:^r'^ ^"*«*i** *• 

' - - -- 'Mat at aandKina Puli baa*«ni and fw* 

nart. Saa ihia tor aura 



aludibi Iliad 
ruapua mm 
aaiak tab dwa la utoaa* |i.«dp dawn 
Bw» Mrau. d>ncuc\ci 

fun vrtra 



$8200 



C M. Siaaien* 
MfPlRB (UAJ.TY CO. LTD# 
Pambarian Building 

Brauinga. ■ UH 



S TMI 



A BOMB TOertX SB PROUD TO OWB 

'^tCBLT LOCATBD IN OAK BAT. NBAS 
Mhaob and put Saaaa v*ll-appaiand 
raama ta nrftet nadiliaa. vitb all atad- 

aru anramanea* tamadiata 
paaaaaaiMt Tarwt arrangad 

Oat Ba 



WATBRPRONTaOB 



m— U Atraa ot bighva* 

and valrrfrant. aa Malahat 



Ibiaa-raam ubta and fattr-raom panir 
bsbhad buagalav viih full baaaaam and 
drira-ia latavv tartly baacb Thb b a 
«nap tar tha priaa aakad 



$5750 



•w — Ara-raam. tva- 
•tary •aaU-buagalaw Claaa la 
DurUd mf Alii camant batamni Saa- 
aiau garag* A |ond buy Oaad Mrmt 



»— Ra an— Cut# d-raa m ad Mucca 



at. ciuM ta Artnaa Bungalev 
raaau, kigb lanUaa. light ttaar*. baaa 



Sbrud* 



mam (urnaaa aad 
Bira garden Priaa 

lULPN ■ wasoK 

SPg pambarMa Bulldlof 
S»91V Baa . Mr Beau, ovddd 



aAce^,$6200 buhgaiav aad tbm aba taU 
Till* I* aa idtai Plata (ar a ratlrad avupl* 
teb a( gardaa and (rvlt fa- 
■ I !• b««4 b an all atan and aaouaat 

'* : Plaaaa harry (or ibb aaa 

$74001 jg 4 QQ^ 



OAK BAT. OW A 1d-rr. LOT 
• A B OOLP OOURBB THM VBBT 
MV d-roam atom bundulov. OU-O- 
Matte air aoadlUomr. larg* imng-raam. 
ritvplac*. tab floar*. (ul|-*iM dlniBg-raabi. 
oak (taar*. badraam* vlib oak ftaari. idaal 
btichan. full baaamni vlih Sravibcr. ai- 
la*had garap* vlih ayarH*ad Soar* Taa 
tan ga« in vKhls N day* n ihla rery 

tx:rtisr $ 13,950 



_ ^ _ — Oarga dbtOat 

Rardvaad (iMra tbraaghagt. laraly yard 
A raal buy. 



■** ^Vrr RBDOCK* 
W4UU Ii.gpd u^. oitra - madam 
PTTB-ROOU BUNOALOW, IR ACRBB ot 
vrauad an nrrar ot mv (aland (U|Bvay 
A BSAL BAROAIK 



STNI 



p. w MooRB * ca 
did lahntM at. 
B«a«Mdk. CaU- 



Bdb43 



JUBILEE DISTRICT 



SBVBH-BOOU HfjL'SB In airrilrnt kondi- 
ilan -* POUR BBtiROOMB and lva balA- 
Ovn*r kariiid Vlctorta IMMBD- 



UTB I»CM1 
PriM 



■tOK 



Ava raama Navty dacaratad. 
At McrifUa. AUractira (arm* 



GORGE DISTRICT 



CEDAR HILL 



Otl-O-Matla b*«iln| Aui*maUa bvi-watar 
• dumaaltc). doabla Aumkiod AUractir* 
uall halU hnoia. nk tlaara in rooma 
-.nu laitre and baihroavi up Puur ravmt 



A PIX-UO.TTH-OLD hTUCCO BUNOALOW 
Ltrit'd-ranm id • it aiih (irati)tta tva 
badra.iin* largt k>ichm viib dmini araa 
and mr*d (nr aiac’-if tang* C"mp1a>ad 
r«mp-i* roam H • H »ith (traplara 
Ttne'i*B blind* ihreughnut Mnuta Inaw* 
aird Pun ba*emrni viih dr 1 ra-ln garag* 
Lt< 44 1 II* T**a* apvraai- 
malalr (w PRICS 

111 4«ta raah vtli handir > 



$8200 



Vvanlng* Ptinn* B M14 



Sliuatna on a larca tat In gardan and Ua.* VA/»i..a U1^a.» (^a. » balhroavi u* Puur «^»1 _ 

fruit iraa* ihu v«U-buil( aiiKao bama U nOl-WOler nSOt - BAOdU UOwn and J-mr«r bathruem doai.*iair*. fmr* D^rtcrvi/yri inv/ocfmmnt Cn 
la •aarUant randiuon Bntrauca ball. H*-(y ^ , iranm In baaamani Saparaia ga**#* DOOrman inVebirTierK 



Ing-mam. dining.raam. ana badroum. kii- 



cbm and ba thf»em7>vn “^‘TVa**!^^ itViM I flrrataca, na^aaad 



badreama wn Bardvaad flnar*. Tmatign 
blind* PuU baaamant vuh faraga avacd 
and gand furnaot. RtaaoaaMy 
tibaaul twM 



$8300 



TOP VALUE 



lAJrr PAtRPIBLO ABBA HBAR BBA 



badtautoa. 1 -htasa baOiraam. r«wmy cah-t 
Inkt kuchau. MmbuiaiMa (umaca and 
uikuiy r«om a(( kuehan Lai dd (L t lU 
n iraral aU .raw. 

Stay T*rmi af 4<>vh Intaraat 



livlnv- ’fr««nho-jaa. goad fuidan. trim 
■^wri. vaiy icrma A batgain gi 



$8950 



Pl***a Call tdkar Markrnaia 
Kyrnlngg. ■ Sdl3 



VIEW ROYAL 
GOOD REVENUE 



Nartb o( tba Aranua 
8b raom* only 



$6700 



BURNSIDE 
$3400 CASH 



NVW MOOBllN BUNOALOW- LfHns-raadl 
Vlih llraplae* larg* modern Mtcban, tva 
badraocn* Pally inaulalad. Baaamant gar- 
age Baunc* a( 14 VPO payablo at I4T p«r 

rauT pRicB ... $8200 



OAK BAY 

SOUTH OF AVENUE 



81X.TBAR-OL0 mirco BUNOALOW. 
WHb TKRBB oiara-than arcraga-ataa bad- 
raasu. laiv* llaing-raam dining • raom. 
madam buchan Pambrata bathraam. far- 
ata Vary ar*lud*d ^ I ^ /v\A 

gardaa AIra B I «3,vUU 



OAK BAY 



•ira*l 
rai 



B. C. BBKIf B 1 1 

dM Oawioay BL S Tm. 0 9IM 



V'VW CWDAR BBAKV BUNOALOW. 4 
raom* and din*tu, M.dOi caah. balanca 
Mddd ta aaay aaamhlr barmaau Itll 
Aalaraaa Aaaaaa. BISM mamiaaa aad 
aramngt 



N ’ICB 1-ROOM houbb-larob utimo- 
raam. madam kllehan, 4 badroama 
Tva aarat dd.tW Pbnnn avnar. B4Sri 



*\BW COOBTWT BOMB WITB ALL CTTT 
A* tnnranbaMa, aBraaga. Ovaar. Ptaana 
•alfulu TH W. 



N ’WW. MODBMB. fOUm-ROOdI BUBOA- 
taw. ba r dvaad ftaarg. Mtad flravlac*. 
|i.Hd Ma avanu Auilipa. idu Lradp* 



'VBARLT MBW l-ROOM MODVRK BOB- 
galav Puny (urniahad AU alaairb. 



PHcr llt.ldO Ikw «9d. CaMMti 



QWBBR BATS HSR d-ROOM WBLU 



BUILT MOMB WITN PUU. BABBMSNT 
bdaa laria for bar and affar* N ai 14 Md. 
Loaaiad near Bank Siraat Srltaol Riat aff 
Oak Bar Aaanaa. Abaul lAIM dawn Call 
^Ir UiM. Lnnstay (UaNy. BIMd 



I dm 



rvks BAT WATSnPSONT — I ROOdM. 
' ' • batbroama, laandrr aad taira tattal 
dutaMaua aU htai. virad (ar ata«<rt* rang* 
Bit* frawMt P aM*atiag. (U.m bun 
aaah <Vvaar BMld 



O' 



« ACRS AND 
faDf mada m o dMT 



NSW BUBOAXOW 



i>ARTt.T<OUPLrfSD BOMS. LUMBSR 
* ta riaiah. (oa aata ar trada Nv oot 
•41 UUBttaa Btragt B MSI 



|~( I'lSBSBSK IB PITS DATS . PURRDUtVXi 
1 baoM Sbotiaralp tbaa tvv ia«aa 



Marmi Bt 



IMT 



Q UAXRkA • mUBIDS •> fOR BUSlNVas 
raaaan* viy dtant ragu'raa Baa-raam 
buasbtav ta ibi* dMlrtat Uuat ba mad- 
am bapM arauad PS dSS CwiMM Mr f^ 
tar. Ravkaa fMtr Ud. Slldl. Aaa 
B IMS 



"•ttlBBt”. f^taAT 



pKKrm IN PRICS PROdd NIM TO 

M.dM lar oimo ottor 



Ar* apactaua raama with avcellanl 
I taam lu tba batamam oU-O- 

_ . - „ !-»..* Blr-candiiMord baatlng Thia bun 

B Armaiioag. O Hit — W laagaa. BTS3« niaw b 

Wi STAT OPIN ALL OAT BATURDAt! »fbad flgbl at 



rumau 

Malic 



10 



WAUUNO DtSTANCa 
•ROOMSD ROMS SUTTABUI ROR 



J marnlM bovm I badraaau. Batna 
im dan. dlntna-roam. klMbta and paa- 
brM aaaudh (aa Tth badraam Oil 



iry urM omom^k too Tth badraam Oil 
'‘iralauac baataa and Uiaban raam in. 
fhidad. P*Ma< rwag. latra WvmMn owd 
gardm U4 with d (ruH traa« Taaaa dU 
Ovaar vtO ocoom MMd dawn batanaa 

$6000 



SEAL TALUS 

Pbia t-raa m gd giaaaa ban g atav 

to *aa wrMk. SaiM-raam vitb fbaptaav 
Aanah daar* M dinlnd-mam. kilaban wlib 
uta link, lltad bathraam. tva badraama 
paragt to baacmmii Almaat mv pipad 
(amara Tanatiaa bUndt Farad aad 

baularardad Hrrgt. Savaa $79$Q 



Taam m Alaa 



PAIRP1BLD 

BM-rwmad alvaea bnagato*. If yau ara 
loablng tar a rial bama to Uib papular 
dtairtci *aa tbb anr nav Bniranca ball 
llrlnt^-rvnm vtUi Bravlaaa, dtnUif-raam, 
aak ftaar*. aunraam. kitaban with oambtaa- 
itan aink. 1 badratma T-ataaa bathraam 
Camaat baaamial pipad fumaaa atiactud 
larada. Baar Baaapa 8UI Barb 
ITtaa 



$9450 



PAOB R BMAPS 



8 btdd 



$5950 BuiroALOW Vlih 



BIS. 



magrt Vitb (bmart 



ROOM SIDlMa 
Ot nan baaa- 
•J.Md bUitea 



$ 14,000 



LEACH & SPARKS 



tits BLANSBARO ST PROWS SdliT 
Waaioffi Mr. Dap. OMdl 



OAK BAY— 5 ROOMS 
STUCCO— REDECORATED 



$Q 30 Q-- I m mad tata paaaawlan gipan 



ihu camrarMMa d-raam baa- 
natav aa auiat uraai la bmi pan ot 
Oak Bar urtos-raam vub ooom tiro- 
aiaaa atnlnf-f m. I-aa* bathraam. S 
wdraama aad hrtgbi JUUhaa with fwd 
Ml aaakaioaa Ut. 9U aaaMnt baaa. 
maal vitb all fumaav Vwy utm gar- 
dta In lavna and rafvtahia* vitb lama 
frail iraaa Ta rWv alaa** call Hr 
■indr Blldt tara B ltPl< 



OAK BAY 

$9500 

OAK BAY— TRIPLEX * 

On* luiir 

$11,000 

CHICKEN RANCH 

IT bulldlntk H mliN from 

$ 23,500 



Thb attractlra Mll-bulIt •b-ma« bung*- 
tov to nr*:bni caodlUm h** )uat b«*n 
ptaevd an tha marbal (t I* momy thraugb- 
aui and cvnaiit* vf an amranca haU Urfa 
tiring and dining-ranma tv* aaad-altrd 
badraam* with batAonm briaaan and ana 
amattrr bvdmam «r dm. a brifhi and at- 
Irarilrr kUrhan aomalat** tbr llring guar- 

tar* TN*i* la a full r*m«Rt baaamant vtUi ...... 

hat-*tr aipad (umaca. •rvarat* garapa *nd *„'!',*!***? 

«M,i« aantan Tfc« >><» ilm Varaia VaMa. tiring mam. apm nrapUc*. 3 bad 
prauy gardrn Tbr.taaaa ara lav 4-pi*ce baibiaom. loom, rabtort 

C/350 ^*****'' 'bigbi aamani ba« « ntmt 

iCoppof bipina bal air lu/nacr Doubb 
’ft'agr Ml HItllg molt nr lr»« Onod 

$6300 BROWN BROS. LIMITED 

.FOR BOTB 

fSilabllabad Idldt 



Ura la ihi* n*v l.raam acK-ranutoad 
aadar ahaka bungatav and 

RXNT POR tW PBjfl MONTH 
ar brtiai. a bra t-racm gruar thaka bun* 



Pbaaa aak (or Mr Briu. *raa, O gJIM. 
Barlualva AganU 



$2750 — $35 PER MONTH 



Limited 

VM vivw STRsrr 



phonb V ms 



anabU yau TO UTB to vaur avn ' 

:|tv* and •paciau* 4-raaa l-irar^tdi 
ngato* Oak (ioara, anrrd Mtluig* b*au- 1 
4l bnlhranm. ub Mnk n*a air-kurmng| AND INVCPTUBNT AOCNCY. UMITBD 



Will 

kuracitv* and •paciau* 
bungato* Oak (loai 
i>( 

rang* larg* *r«*iabl* gardan. taparaie ga 
raar Oood bu* *eryica. flrM-.iao 
•ilua«a<l among nihtt ora bam** Pn**r»- 

gi*n M day*. Tatal bdea. $6800 



THE B C. LAND 



0«a, PC Tear* in R*al Vaiata 



or near affar 

Ar*** Aik for Mr Brib 
Srening*. O IlM 



mn br ■rrangtd 
RBAL TALUS AT OKLT 



nns m 



5 ROOMS FOR OWNER 
AND INCOME 



Lncatad no* black Doa 
■ raltabl* fpr purchaaar 
T*rau arrangad 



I.IOS blrdi 
Atty Quick 

Tavvc ICI 



KING REALTY 



Mmh*r Raal Rtial* Board af Tictorla 
im OOVBRHMSNT ST B till -I 

S T BRlN Ot 

Mr Bing SHM. Mr Tama*. BHH 

Mr Avan. SHdd 



344 — 

SIGHTSEEING 



Bu* aaadacMr* pvint avi thb 
arty a* a bMni af laiaraat in Air- 
IMM A raaOy hivaly ciuaaa bunfa- 
tav with a baaatlful gardau. anty H 
a Mnok (ram tha *aa Bli aaiailauv 
raeott iBcludias Sw vUb bardvaad 

ftaor* thraavhoui OU-O-Matl* bat 
aatar naailng plant Stlliard raom 
and avira raom to baaamant Rmall 
Vraanh*uae Saparal* garag* A mar- 
y*ii«ua •rriudnd garden •lar.krd with 
aipanairr •hrubt, nah pnol and arna- 
m«nial tlrtam Dh u laoaiu (tot 
CamptcU praparty In *«c«lbm eondl* 
ttan. waft d*ntrai*d and maintainad 
Aba toeluda* Bbeute *4av*. Vena- 
Man bitnda. drawa and braakfaai- 
raam (umiahtaga Ormar baaing ciiy. 
ImmadUM paaacadan 



PLBASS ROTS OUR NSW AODRaSB- 

tm BLANSHARD ST PRONB B tld1-4 
M*mb«r* at Raal Alau Baard ot Tletarta 



VICTORIA REALTY 



B P •MTTCWBIX 

ITld OOUOLAS ST (OvpaalM -*Tba Bay-*! 
ornea Atom S41P4. Braning Aion* O im 



1 ACRE AND 4-ROOM 
BUNGALOW 
HOT.WATER HEATED 
$8950 



$8750 



Pba** call Sdgar Harkaaab 
Bccluilr* Agmi* 
lr*nlnt« B UAl 



GORGE 



Aur-room alu,** bung*l<,a Pull *rm*n( 
bAaamrm and lumac* Large Uriug raom 
alih eo*n firep<ac* and bardauixl floor* 
Cara caUmgi mruughoul. cabintu and lib 
kiiclbn 3-piara Ambiok* bath Larga tot. 
atiracitr* ground* and garden. vv/-\/sA 
PuU pclr* 5/UUU 



Of (It PBR MONTH (ram l-ronru ba*r- 
m*nt auti* Mcc'ipiad by «tn|b imam A 
antnpbuly modern buiidaloa with liring- 
tanm. oaan ftrralae* rrcrailen hall S 
larw brdronm*. rabinM kitrhrn HIM 
Mnk. dtoetia and d-alao* Penbrok* bath, 
hardwoad flaart, full haaam*ni. hat an 
aipad h*ai. drl**-ln garas* daabM plumb 
ing Duratd roof Oaad 
buying at 



WATERFRONT 



Oak Bay UoW •u-roam «urc« bungulov. 
Big Utiug-iuom and aunraam (aaing lha 
MO Charming ttrv* Hir** badraomA. 
Iliad batliio-im sirt kitchen ai<h noak 
lailir l( m-r* bedroom* r*auir*4' In* 
•Ulatrd ro*( Otl-O-MalM boi-air (urnacr. 
Lara* lot 
Alra • 



$ 13,750 



ANOTHER 



$9850 



A«aa* Call Ran Liaa 
Aorlngt. B till 



Vary attrantir* d-raom tiurca Urtng* 
room and dirvMi*. dru ot badronm Larga 
tvui.bad-atM (ran, badraom. amalltr back 
an# Onnd modrrn klithan AMbr.ika 
batnraam Pan baaamani (uroa** Da- 
UgnWul lacaiian. aary vig* lai. toraly 
l••'d»'•P*d garden It U not a(t*n ona 
ran buy aiusig tha aaierfruot the kiaalbr- 
lyp* ai bolding lar lha gunivd 
prica a( 



$9000 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 



ftaaa* CaQ Ian Alenrk 
Sraninga Calfutta 1140 



NEW CEDAR SHAKE 
BUNGALOW 
4 Rooms ortd DiO«tt« 



Abaut 1 mtloa (ram city nontra. v* hare a 
aaa a-raam alblitg bungatav. aaaaattaaaUy 
vail built and bat vftar haaud, fuU ca- 
baaamaai vitb drl**-la garag*, vary 



paacaful curraundlnga and a ragatabla 
garden Land U iil««tr traad. vtlb plenty 



af aartuatao far ih* avnar OaSnttaly 
aaod bay. Phaot Iw avpalntmaat m rtav 



QUADRA HEIGHTS 



PvMa 
tdauat N« 



•44 



$ 16,000 



HI. 

IF YOU PREFER 



aa aicaUtat (tacaa baantav taat a 
(■V yarda Off SBACTt DRlVB TN OAS 
BAT. aniy ) atari aM. vtib bardvaad 
ftaara ibraugbaut, tn now aondltton 
vitb au'omatlc oil beating, a taaaty big 



^iibad ta kaaity ffna. balll-ln 



bank* And ov*n flraplaaa In ha«*mrni. 
a nira gardan. a (*v minuiaa walk M 
Wtltava Baaab campiainla tnaulatad 
and vaaUMt-atrlgpad and raadr to 
walk tnM tn a fav voaba Aak ua M 
Mmv gvu Lwthki 
Na bdi frtar 



$ 14,000 



MILE CIRCLE— 7 ROOMS, SWINERTON & CO. LTD. 



mCACA-At tbM priaa It la a gtra-avay 
aad (• to togod oahatraMUan. 
aiaaa. aad ovv Daraid root: Baiad- 
room diniBg-raom. kluhca and pan- 
try down, gavutri 4 tarpa badraama 
. Camant baaamant. aaaaraia garag* T* 
Tlav aiaaa* oaU Mr Hind* I tlPl 
tan ■ Iddli. 



I »tabtUbad IVI 

•M BROUOHTOW WntSST 



• Ittl 



BURNSIDE— STUCCO 



value 



$5950 



•* lOOR QUADIU - fbM n*a- 

bungatav vitb baaamaat; 
aav fumaca. (Iraptaea. naak. utility roam 
vhb lob*. ••.#•• baadtea. Larv* Mkoavst 
Iw all aaMi. 



* ^ A c A~**^^'*Aan • uaual 
wrOOU effarad In thla baat*. aniy 



eCQAA— XO*** RSTSWUS— TBN 

kOOUU rooms Idaal mwf da 



yaara aid Tbraugb ball, tarva 
ra om . granlta fttavtaaa and bardvaad 
ftaaro. > alaa badraam*. kltalwa viUi 
Uta aUk aM baUiraom. Ftgll aamaal 
baaamant vitb bat atr tudiaaa and 
dHra-in garat*. tva tavaiy ta4a aU 



ar rva m to d beam fraparir to A I aan* I 
dtitaa Nw*raali baadtai. 



dnra-in garao*. tva tavaiy ta4a aU 
*<tln*ai*d viin lavn la (raat ot hnma 
Ta vtav plMia aatl Mr Nlnda. B •!§! 
lava BI 4 V 31 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 



OAK BAT. naar Um Uplanm. *fa«taua d- 
raam aHra-madwn oooooo bungatav a 

$ 15,000 



Ultra-madam bungatav a( liaa tpaciaua 
rooma. aempriaiw inrga Uvtng-raam. 
dintai-raam, twa •paetaua badraama. up* 
ta-tbe-aunuia ktuhan with naak and 
uttliir roam Tbit ham» vaa butU by 
aaa af tba taading aaniraciaio Tba ptan 
ta ascaltanc votkmanahip.anaicaUad fan 
baaamant with untlniabod rumpoa raam 
wkh nrvplaaa Bat*air baat Tba tat. 
a by IdA M eoaiptataly landacapad vuh 
a pmfuaian a( (tavera. aw Brparal* 
garagr w«ng*rfii vtav* Thla li aaaiiy 
a dti Uta ralua and la bttng ^ * *\ caa 
tacrifuad far >IU,«)UU 

Na. *!• 



Bath with thi (inaat mauriaii and to a 
Mca torauan Tb# through ball and Ur* 
itM-ronm bav* bardvaad nooro and coaa 
eafUngt ihrowtbnut Imrg* cabtaat bUchon 
virrd (ar alanrir rang* Tva al«v bodraaga* 
and 3-ptar* Pamkrakr bath. PiUJ aomtnt 
baarment vlih laundry tub* Pipod bat-atr 
(amaca and drlrc-in g*r«ga Larg* tat 
and a gaad buy dl.oea caib vodAA 
will bandl* Pull pnrr >04UU 



Pirate Call Ian Akack 
franingi Calgulla 1140 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd. 



IdiS OOTBRNWSNT ST. 



DEAN HEIGHTS 



O glV4 Splendid *aml bungklov in ■•rg* tang* 
acaprd ground* I larg* b*drnom* nova 
and 4-p--r III* krihream 3 uadmoin* up 
with an*- • (ar akira badraam and bauirocm. 
NOT WATER OtL-O-MA'nr’ PURNAri. 
Cbarffllnt liring-raam lamtly ttf* dtntng* 

H a OnOCDTC I I AAlTCn '»«*'" kl'ahm-. ili*d *mb, plenty rrf 

. AiMfOCK I J UirVll I OL/'ruvbuard *p*r*. wired lar ataalrk aiavo 

full baaraaani, alarroam far rblldran In 



HIGH QUADRA 



Thu baautUui buniah.v u aiiu* 
atad (a ana af th* Rrvaat dwtiicU 
IB iba High Qaadra araa an a 
fuiai *tr**i bat rloaa ta irtna* 
pertatian. Haa Untag-raam. din* 
Utg-roem. with tavaiy oaA naerb 
9 nadmaniA d« tana ataeirwai bit* 
ebrn 4-atrc« Pombroka baihroam. 
uulny raam arr htichM. All raam* 



flr*t-claa* condiiian artd prewar bulll. 
Many acnamrntai ahrubt and ^ | ^ 700 



mm trot* Nle« lavd* Prtrv 
Ptaaa* aak far Mr. C B. T BMabavc 



REVENUE— CLOSE IN 



are larger man arttaav Bvira firv* 
baaamaat. partly hard vttb knotty 



(•ds ooTHuniBirT smsvT 



Odl>* 



GORGE DISTRICT 



HIGH QUADRA 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 
SIX ROOMS ON ONE FLOOR 



$8200-^^ caaB and may moalhJy 



parmanu four foama and 
tatf* fujnpu* raom aiih firafUaa ta tali 
aom*ni haaamanr. furnaea aad gk>*g* 
fully toaulatto dual ftnlabad a lav maaici* 
and vary madam ibraugB^. Tvry oarir 
Ion 



CITY 

jCloM to Porlioment Buildingi 

$7650 



TMU lovaiy bama built af lb* boat praaai 
matartalc aampriaw itTtof-raam with (Ua- 
aiaaa, ibraa badraam*. Aiittttg-raam. tl(- 

«h*n and l-ptar* bathraam aa ana Hoar maM — 

la addition ibara It a aaacaatad Mair la $7650 . /**“« 

•aftnUbad atua full mnwai baaamant *H-bulU rtnnaa ban- 

vttb funtona. laundry Mtta and garant v^talnlni d mama aM d^ta 

Barvpilanalty (in* vtavt Tb# tai. 9d by Mo af lb* bm of 

(M. fully laadacapad with tack aardm*. ! **“** *^ *"^ toiaiatad Rardvaad ftaar* 
ftavar* tavn and ragatabta garden Alaa taptog rwy chniaa gardan. Al- 

a gaad aatacitan of fall baartnc fruit fPiM* ,fd« baa*m*« 0 am- 

tmmoOiolo - — and ariand i^"**'"* 1*1' kitebon raitf* 'Ukr 

nmn^ paaaaaatan P»^ I ^ AbvMutaly mlaat 

$95001**"**’-“" thmaghoat and ua think larma 



at tba 

af 

Ha 4di 



$8400 



•an ba 



arranged 

(ON 



ta (Ult IMMHDdATB 



OMar-typa taar-ranm bama m Drw-rtaa* 
randlttan and to high tacaonn fall 

aacnant baaamani . fumaM and drtva-in i 

C iraga Hica Inrlodt* alt 

Inaa. drapoa. aia immadtaaa paaaaatlaa 
B« aara ta aa* Ihta aarty 
Na it3 



OAK BAY 

QUIST LOCATION 
SOUTH Of THB ATINUB 

fomuar* b-raam aiacaa banga- 

Maaaatlaa '^'**wwtav to okaaltaat avndiUon 
Ibraughaui full aamant baaament vnh 
furnace bad dri*a-ia garaga Oaly (aaean 
tar *aUlM ta that awnar ragulrae mar* 
aaeammavi 



(atlan aad tba priaa ta nWil. 



Mr MltabaO. « ISTI. Mr Clacb. B fWI 



PIM Urg* rumpua raom viiii nra- 
plac*. finaai bat air fumara Sapa- 
rau garas* ta matah Thla bama 
vaa bulll by a noiabta pontrartar 
under N H A iunarvtalon and la 
on a larg* lat. 93 t IM vuh flnaat 
aoll and lartir lavna and gardan 

$10,500 

tr* verth mar* flraa* inawact U 
and »a* vhr 



Plmar Act far Mr Bantc 
Brrninri. B 31A1 



A GRAND HOME IN A 
NICE DISTRICT 



Thu tt aa caaavuanaDy niaa hauM 

af 1 mama vtUi • MU* raevm 
rcni#d at kta par maalb and • 
raaau down tor avnar BacMaa a 
tavaiy larg* iteing-raam than ta 
a fuatt-ciaad ttninf-tPam atib 
franeb doari and a oary madam 
ktirban and • large badronoM Pall 
eammi baargMoi vHh garag* and 
automatic coal Makar TiM rira la 
aarepttanal with aery uw gravnda 
an a nice Mavattan Rani mar* 
than makaa paymanta II tw vrB 
handta. baton** did par sqaca 
menth PVtl wire >Ty3U 
ffumttpr* May B* ffrebaaed) 
ftoaa* Aab (tar Hr (tick* 



H 



A, ROBERTS LIMITED 

Th* Bayi 



ITU DOVOLAB STHSHT <OPb 

PhAM a iipT 

(Mmbtr ot lb* Baal B*Uia Baardi 
“WB COTM BWfTlflH OOtUMBIA*' 



UPLANDS 



$5250X.^;.r;S”«mTS2; HAWKES FOSTER. LTD. 



flTV-raam atwrea bungatav with part baw- 
moat; HA fumacr. gurov* and cfaickan 
itanm Tomoo anty PCS. 



llld OOUOtJtB rr iH*a* th* Bay» 



fin* *Ml- 

vutarfroai ham* aa Rabarta Bay; aanacct- 
tog af thraa badmam* oomoiotl taring raa m . 
aoHuai hKcbaa ondaoab. uumr rwam and 
laaiidrt tafnbraba bath larv* var k ebap 
and garag* SP-fi. lat •> tava and gar- 
Sw tt*3 (th M . tldnrt fhan* «SO 



MOTTNO DAT HfBCUI. 
QATUROAT WV WILL BB MOTprO TO 
^ anr aav taiallpn at 914 OovSHtmaNl 
Bitaat. naar lb* fata Ofttaa and viS ba 
(tanpy la aarv* yva In a larvvr and owra 
ic i arntant adria* Tb migbrcta iBt* evant 
^■•v aftwias a dandy bap aut Cedar 
■SI vap m a fOUR-HOOM BUIVOALOW 
•tlB baaamant and fam aa* m* 4 C(V\ 
ar to p a maa. too aniy >40UU 

WtW lEiig Dwn. Taam ara aniy lOSi 
SHABOARO lUALTT 
IST9 Dnasta* SI 
O 



~ CLoysHDALS DirnucT— 

Nnai faar-taam bwngatav vNb 



ba**a**ai faruam. flritotaea 
p*rf**t candtUan 



FAIRFIELD 



frvparby 

A niaa *u-m«m bungatav SM 

tKfWl »OAO DISTRICT *"*^'""* 

S4UUU • N*v madam faar-raam bva- ■ SJ?*- Jjl* _ 

^taa vitb nrvplam. Appnm Mt manth* ! 

I MaCAMDLM RHALTr PRICE $6650 TERMS 



HloH PAmriBLD-pmnt b*u. unag- 
mam. dUUag-rvam. all with aak ftaam. 

dan Of btdroam oa gT*iwd ftaar I larp* 
badraam* all vitb tart* ctmtta. bathraam 
and Mitat raparau. aim *tlm taltat ami 
•h*v*r bath an gmand ftaar Very vu* 

^ $ 10,000 



w«u Ctiaaiad n*ar itw JVblta* Haapiial. 
UN* T-raam bom*, la perfmt •ondittan, 
ba* Urtammam with *p*ii flnrptam. mad- 
am btaTto klUbon. mmo kigreem 
aad • abatair* PuU baaamani. fi 
fnrag* A raally gaad 
b«i at 



$5500 



HIGH QUADRA 
SECLUSION 

VIA CAA Lavaly *vuiilrT reeldonca ' ****** ***** *tanding m a«4C half aa 

$ 1 0,500 ^ ivTm 7 *. w it^i*«* •* »v*r" *• • •"* 



Aiimauv* an# v*n-btaa»*d kina-raam 



$6800 



•A mat barvato la thla luv ■S and lva acre* af land 

S**-r*am acucaa bungatav Raa i n'Mly uaad Th* baum cantaiM • raama 
op*n dm. uUMty room. Pemkrak* **■ tac gmuod Poor and >-pt*c* bathraam 
bathraam. *4« BaRt ta gravinc uPMalr* lhar* li a vary larg* room and 9- 

diairiai abaat thru* mUm avt >P*am taramry Bawmani with hat-air 
Bm>awa b tc tanaa M right party 1 fnrnat*. cavtraia goabto garag* Ap- 

pmtimataiy >« a«m It to very a*U-ptani«d 
A pretty atacm bvngatav at f«r4*a and th* raaiatndar llobriy tm«4 
favr raacM 'Vltbaut baaamanO *•••• •"** **«k and •am* mim ebate* 
Camptat* to artry racpact vUh fur- , **!!* » ‘*nd Rac aacloMm and ta raally 
naca. bardvaad iWrc. madem cab- !«*•*» «fr*t*at 
toft hltebm immadiata paaaruMti 

MODERN DUPLEX 



entrana* hall, a iva-tHoa* vaahroam and 
a tialag-raam Id b M Tb* dtolng-rown 
ta larm. oacinmttoa vitb a braaKfaat raom 
Th* atirbon (taa midcm faaturai Vp« 
lUiry Pour goad badroema. aavtng-raom 
and bathraam aUe an alU* taam Poll 
baaamani and dcabii tamg* Thla r**i- 
dana* rwrcaanU airaUani « i c mcA 
raltw ac > I 3, /DO 



Bweiarta Otatrict A roaming haua* af g 
momt. t beu*ak*»ping and 4 •Iraptog plo* 
r.arrtokcrt gwarcar* brinfing Ilia par 
month Tha tat. with ■*«•• af tldt la 
go ■ IM and haa craai •porolallv* valtM 
Thit provtrty n*to am Idv an 



aa inraataiant af aniy 



LOVELY SAANICH HOME 



Thu vary taaaiy daanlch home Hm flva 
roonu and •anroom aaira mam to baaa- 
mant It la airad for •laclrk rang* and 
ha* ga* lau 1*9 by IM to garden and 
tavn* Ta* wilt admtra H vary 
mn«b. Prlrod at 



$9450 



TWO NEW HOMES 



Pout r awma v|ih tao hodraamc and 
aoira raam to lull baaamant Vary 
tavaiy indwg naantrh rlnaa to Aaauma 
•c.add mnyigad* *• iHh 
fait price 



$8200 



Plea wwmi aith tv* bodraacn* and 

wum* racmi with luba. full baaamani 

and gflrr-to getagr Tbu ran moa* to 

nav Aaaumo’ •J,4M mangaga: pay 

•M ta monthly 

P«H pnra 



aangag*: 

$8500 



Ptaaa* aab far Mr Rato* earn 



•gl OOVBRNUSNT ST 

Htmhar Raal ■ctaw Board 



<1 4111 

TIetvrta 



BERNARD & CO. 



Bdiid 



TWO EXCELLENT BUYS 
GORGE OIST. $6000 



Nawtr daramtad and ta ftmt-riam 
eondltion thrattgboui. ibic martoaa 
flva-raom bungatav with mil ro- 



mani baaeatant 
ntm gardan, 
taw pnra 



•avarat* 

> hariata 



garag*, 
at inta 



CITY 



$7950 



Sllnatag In high tacatlon naar good 
wbacl artd tranananattaa. 



$6900 



CITY BROKERAGE SI 950-dta- 

■aavtianally lav taam (w Ikta IPU «r. PWOMB • MM ! ' 'X.2L 



$7500 bamcnant. fumara and bard- 
vaad (laart am mm* •( tba faa- 

tarm to thla tagb Palrttald bnm* 
omo btaak frvm vatartrnal Bptandld 

fwv 






FAIRFIELD 

SIS BOOMS AND BUHIIOCIM 



Sllaatad naaa ta MOSS ST and SCHOOL 

(Th** •*■»* ■nmn LAIW1B ■■>• 
oiM MK iT n i ■ i^Ta — ' - * aw? i BOOMS and a gaad-ctaed living and dln- 

^ Trn mriaSTto toll wSTT bJSL ! « ta X ktaeban 

mont Sallt anlr at* aaontba oiw otio • , 
raniad fSI Id lb« vltmr vaaasi and cm b* i L 



and tham N 
TbI* 



dm Part stmat 



■ dill 



•malnsa: Itt Utag. IWMl 
w Mrh •dkOMiSiir o%m 



oot wooM mtom iwuwT ahd baS 

P Maval antmnma; I miragaa, pmgmMan 
Id tis fnJmba hmaai. 



tjac-MCM WOUM. ] BHOSbo^~ OVT- 
^JM^ttoMla ^jj***jw 0bta31 ** 



nVaB-THAH-OiO (TT WO O HMI-BUN 
^ * baMoam* troni ymmi vM 
Brmmoa. dtatng.raMn. bMcban virad (m 
baaamm. 

K^^am SHaM 

££..7%. 



i630Cr’SSr^JSS‘JSi 

yaaaa aM and ta Mmiicm 



candUtan flrcnlm in Batag-mam. twa 
bairacM Urge Utahan WM $-vtam 
Wihrvam ngh tayMan. TaaSi ynta a 
1 dnpd dAJW MB tendta 



$2850 ^ 

ataaaa kiiigilin. iai. 
( ta am, fw 
tai vMm 




•wiLr 




OMB-HAbf CASH. BALANCB MOWTILT 

iNSfBtTHjii ST AffonrnawT' 



L M. ROSEVEAR & 
/ CO., LTD. 



■um . iu 

fMOWBOMAI 



$3000— MARIGOLD 

» aaadaf* vtab taaaty yarSen 
and cCma ta baa. riniiMi 

S3000 




THE YORKSHIRE 



s f Acxfve 



LTSl 



m fovr ST. 



psoMB sms 

Sii calami. B IMS 



$4750 

AA BUA ytagn. kiacMHy at 



bioao a( aaraaga (mat- 
Bonba Road nmv Lva- 
fan ftaW y tmad Manly of vatar 
•tm-aaom 



ara up tad 

ctrac 



immadlatoly aa iinlid If 



^'daaamlad. Aa 
jf*dd biy a* 



ND baar mini vitb piped 
baa maavtly 



•«4v*ticw.aBy 



laitag* 



A S. 

IMP BLAICMIAm 



MILLER 



WATERFRONT PROPERTIES 



UdWtan an* bath 
bia* SkrdM CInm ta tavn 



I bmM K uay-Wd vbiw 
riu i>^U 

Banah b*i 



IMd 



CARMICHAEL'S 




ISSOO 



MlOT cHnatad ta a gaad dIMrtai. 

ot larv* ban. BUny-raataL (v* i vutar* 
b t iMan. Mraa pmai batamam. 
aad fomaaa 



$8400 



NEWSTEAD REALTY 



ALEX G. HILL & CO. 



e 9V41 



A40DERN STUCCO 
COUNTRY HOME 



On 4H awm ad araMa Nmicd land 
bvaoutav ot * raata* H MW _ _ 
Ury* imng-raam vita fiimlai j i and builc- 
ta banBaaam T^cvnih 1 
naan. 9 tary* aadaaotaa. m* 
ba t kf w . Mtm tars* ktiaknn BOT 

WA-m BHAT fva aami at - i --p- 
vHh drfea 1 b yamga Afl-yeor-avand amok 



$6850 



CoS Mr Siidhaaii w Mr 
Sranlnm S***? ar smd 



A mcdc m oungntaw. naarmg earn* 
Vtattaa and alam t* ■hafbWd 

eanirr and imnanariatian Ba- 
imnm ball. Ilving-raam vitb fbrv- 
wlam. madwn cabinot kiteba*. tva 
bediaama vttb daubta claaau and 
laur-pwc* baihroem PvB namant 
baermacM rowar vlblnf. matpua 
raom arM garaga. PurvM root 



for Canftdvnrr aad Boat (Uaalta Uai Tagp 
Provarty With 



BERNARD & CO. 



Mimkri Baal Bataia Board cd Vtatarta 

•t foirr di BBOA 0 PNOWB 8 aits 



- LANOfOdlD - • Raam cMW 



$3900 •hag* bangatav. I 



ISLAND INVESTMENT „ 

OOMfAITT. U 



TM V1SW STHBBT 



PNCWB e T1dS-T 



METCHOSIN ROAD 
$3600 



ita tain Ad aataufa. MtnaMd m 
BardvaA I vtaata-trvad Tm Ut Tm ■ Mb Qom 
Potabmka ibaa glJM aaM vita 



n-*a yang* , 

B*ya. *Mta. myi yvung (bod 
I baryVm Kin* mitaa aal an Iba 

N.mniSrr^ $10,500 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 



ATKINS ROAD 



UfBi >-(*om now >wMiug Vary ate 
waatm aatwlar Ucy* Bta in Ibr IBM 
bctda, Vtk aona ot land. • aaam « emcA 
fUm any MJM oaM sdOU 



DON HARVEY 
ENTERPRISES LTD. 



uu DODOUS S lBi r Staap Tha Ap-.q, *1^ 



from ntaa batiMM 



$ 5500 * 



I— CTTT data 

Wlgb 

bungatav 9-r*om ewu *l 



9-re 



adndm taa kWiby ra 



$7900 m""* 

■ntaw I 
baaamant 



$ 1 

Maaa In Natag-room dkymn *y«nad 
tatalvn Wta9 cZa bardvaad n Uam. cm 



E E. MEATH 



TAI 



■ ••• 



M B4BM 



<i'il 




I 








THE DAII.V COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C FRIDAY. SEPl'EMBER 17. 1948 



P. R, BROWN & SONS 



HEISTERMAN— E 4161 



RANDALL'S 



EVERGREEN 



J5/U0 SAANICH- SS700 



BMUl> M toe roAh. hAiuiAf M row. A 
WODSftN HUMKB Codor <Min| hui^ota* 
<•(? •olt-OolSt twM «iUk Wca forAM Wn 
•ottiotm «ub tkruore ond t*ro«« Wo 
•euM to otooood W tbd* roo thio. oad to 
•rronoo Uio m>ow Thl* ciuM to oold. oM 
itt« vonoi *01 cofuxwr #cnc/\ 

oo ollor 



K & S. 

KER & STEPHENSON 

utmiD 



$2400 DOWN 

ruu. nuct lor thru-ekd- 
lUIUM Inuifotoo la occotioat 
Uifiil Wt loM out IB t*«B tad 
Bffcl liVU irooo Proucuvo 
I bou to apoeioao float roaa ottii 
I «aM Md/e««». 
Itvroo-aUeo oaUtraoia M- 
for oppolBMaat to *»«• 
IE -ntOMtUft. ■ >l»t 



LIMITED 



REAL ESTATE LTD 



OUR t4TH rtAM 



U 1M I 
ftOOM 0 
diuoa I 
■orooa 
antroaco 
attrocUvo fin 
lorfo klu-boa. 
dor pMoooiim 
atfooo coil I 
• g«ot 0*Uli 



$3300 FULL PRICE 

For o toAMCt wiiito oidiAd buiMAlo* atth 
a* otoao Idoal far « roupir nrapiart ta 
lUo imai-rouai. bodraao vuh largo claott. 
kitcnon and dintag laoee mbuf AoiE- 
raoai. tncleoad boct poreJt. linad. uoad m 
o totaad todroaiB; gardan all ftnaad Faa- 
laaalaa la o Ita caontiu aad la Iba BMaa- 
UBM rau caUKi ITt par awinta roai 



1121 BLANSHARD $T 



OIL HEATING 
CLOSE-IN 
GORGE AREA 



ococri' OORUC aOAll. aat 

tor trato Craigflavti. Vrr) 
atiracUva fe«r>taaw baaaalaw aa a laaair 
tat to gardae aaa mvm. *ub tnui traao 
targa U«lag-faa» »ua ttraalaca. aa*a aatl* 
lag. and carMr aladovi I badroaw*. gaed 
aUa caatiMi biubau, ]-placa batbioaa 
•fparaia garaoi Ttila ta a MVW USTtMO 
and WOH> 1>JT 



MUST BE SOLD— $5200 

Oancra aro laaviod Victana. A tatofattabla 
••raadi bttngalaa aiih full bdoadtaat and 
olca gardaa lai Barlr paaot a aian 

gyaiUnga O till 



fAlfl>IBU>. 1-atan baaia a( 1 largo tTr»i. 
viib aaoMiani and noa fwraaca Ptwanl 
awaar rant* tba upttoita Tbta la a toad 
apet far a boM vitli ratanua # r 
Oflort eanaidarad $0<JUU 



SEA AND MOUNTAIN VIEW 
SAND BEACH IN FRONT 



A AuUki a< toaulUdl aa« iNrataa Fita 
MiAulaa' dilaa Iran auaiooM soatra aiUi 
bur olarar' paMiag Uw daat Tva waair 
laadMApod aardaa lata dlth laapr. 
Ikoaarr. lub pooi, ate Ouutopdrdg atuceu 
ttaaia af fi»» roorar ae mala iiaai and taa 
aura feadrawm* a|M^l^* Opaa Citap.aca 
IP large itviAg-raa«. taraif baidaoad 
flaai. auUiraaUt bat-air all laiaax. >iaa 
carmat tiaaoniabt. garage, ate Tbla prop- 
artf to tUaagir reeaataicodad b| u» Warir 
po t a a aolap Aay itaaoaabia g t i AA/\ 
ntfar caaattfarad > I I >UUU 



Laaair *ta« fraai ibia wail-can* 
atractad feawM af aaaan raaau Fiaa 
ratMaa, auaiwoai and baibroadi far 
avMr an around floor T«»-roadi 
aulia aitb totbroaa upataira rantad 
at IM par dianUi Puli toramani 

ST S6950 

CaD Mr Oliptaant 
Baanlriga, O A3TV 



STUCCO— OAK BAY 
5 ROOMS 

1 1 O AAA AwAUdnitF Uadarapa 
I Zr\A/U atr lol or a aallla 
tlUr Ultra aiodara ILKOALOW Har 
flMia la Um larga ti«ing-maa> ifirai 
and dlntni-rooac <fuil ciaa<. cabtac 
’>.» BiUi uia vinb. I . badrnon. 
tfa-i' eiothaa cloaau r' :i liASB 



HlOH 40ADRA rAUHOU OAMLCHT 
AHBA tnvaiy aiurca bungalo* al A rooBM 
la a varr araur aaimia Both iha hoata 
and Iba lurrAunaing* Waaa llttla la to 
Ibratr anr <>>* aii'c bar toon cat at an 
atiraaialv fair figura Tanaa arrongod 

IMMimiATt POmCMtOK S9500 



CITY — $2300 TO HANDLE »uxta» of 

«D/vU U»a JUaiLBt UOOPITAL 
Hart la a good buy la a 4-rao« atuevo aaaon-roodi aoan-bung^o la gaw taa- 
bungaJeu with )-pla«< baib PuJ) bdM- iititaii UaatfiMBt. aiiiing-faoai kiuhaii. 
Bani with buiU*lB auiu af 2 roowa. ramad i bodraaaa and 1-aiaco toitatwoen 2 aaa- 
at |20 par aroatb to good taiMnt Ntra rooau ap Full caaMiii baaaaiant aiih hai- 
tat. tow laaaa Barly poaaat- furnoca. atwarat* aaraga Flea lai. aU 

clan PuU artaa ^D^DKJ fanerd wiUi atmd garden and fruit Vary 



dit rwum oa imio ftoo* gwod-iMod liatng- 
rwuB witb ftraploca Daa ar aatall had- 
(OMB luii-aot dimag-rooto. two wca ba^ 
room boihroeat. kUrhan and aantry lull 
boraaiani. laundry Iroyr, plaad hoi-wr boat, 
•aparaia garaia. Muall walt-taa* gardaa 
rataa ru Sarly poaraaalon and 



$7500 



CITY AFARTMHKT 



wnaa toriai ^11 pttco 



$6750 



OAK BAY 
SACRIFICE 
BRAND NEW 



and good garden 
p'lU* ca'l MP 
• Kveatagr O «22T 



suTTZ or » koouk rath and (’Tility 

TAXru 2240 OVKPHFAD LOW HOT 
WATW FLAKT Wrril BTtIKlE PLIyfTY 
OF dPACS TO aUIUt A MOUl OR AN- 
OTHtR BLiXTt OK TF FmortHTY CIE- 
f|»V-T'»irw» ooRrF OWKIR TO 
•PLi. A nPAFOK'ABtE OFFVtl WOIUJ) 
NOT NBriMAEIlY ffOO CAA 

iig DBrUKWr j/O.OUU 



nicdat atraau ta ibia rary da- 

atrab.a dWtrirt Plva-rooat buugalow wlUi 
OAK BAY Igrga lujtroodi Llviug*roodi. dlnlng-iouai 

2 aodroom. rabinat klicMn— all good 
A real fanUy bodM la tbla aareUani dU- »kad rdam Batbrootu Pull boaoBant 
trict and tbu bam la la parfect rpadiiion uitb (uraaca Lwaly lanctd IM lb gardan 
tbraugbaut. lArga Uatng and dining-roonii. end lawn Oeod aawduat range. Ilnoi and 
lirtplarac aary rwea bright klichtn wiiad wall id wail raiaai in aonrom Incluttad 
far altatric rangt 4 leoaly todiaowia and A CROICB UOMB 
1-pleca koibtdddt. part baaaaiam with 
hai-Bir fatr*«aadlllonad> fumaea. good tai 
with fniil iroM Tana I4« Saaningi- 
U niT 



Nna ratidantial aacu»u Ll«>*« to Ovrga 
Fate. bua,Uaa and acboola Clucca aunga- 



Cldat In. nice locatian Weli-biilii 
l•»atNB bungaloo Cldaad-in aiair- 
way ta attic iwodi Pull Baaa- 
aaoat. lurnaco and gaiaga Cloaa 
to acbool. atom and bua Ira- 
oiadiata aoaaeaaioo PC7CA 

TarOM. ftir< EJ/JU 



I lea (oi>ta\aing bvinf-raoB wub open fire- 
hitcbin and iwe tort- 



piare. diniag-reeai. ..... 

roeau Other IcaturM include aptall aan- 
rcuia ell Utirvg-rnnaL cament bacement 
with luo addiunnal ftoiebad rdom. hot.alr 
furnace and Mparau garaga At lit'la n 
panre a coa) auMt af l*a ar ihraa iwutM 
couid eaiil) to fired ua la eaacoMni 



55950— $5950 
OAKLANOS 



nn-:>a«eataac heira far ainall la&uy- 
tiaun. larga living -recMB wub flra- 
(ood kticban ^nd two large tod- 
uitiity rdam aaa attarher* gciaga 
ainraa and tranrpoMatinn all 
FItaa* call MR THORNBLOB. 
• Branlngr. OA22T' 



DUPLEX 



NtAR PORTAUB INLJT A 
radar thakr bungalow nr 
charming a»paa*anra wiib 
Bitarhod ra age and Half- 
ar a wl fine land Cumpriaea 
li..i>g-rvoa». «.ab*nat kuafteri 
2 bodreoau with cupboardi 
ar.d thraa-pirce balbroon 
Oanar aakr 

But la antiwua to aril and 
la open In offer 



^7CAA OFT OOROI fto Bl- 

^ 1 3Uv edptwnalJy gwM vaiuc in a 
twa-rtar* home Uving-reom wiita fire- 
plara. 22' a 14‘. dlning-rMai amb Pronch 
door* ta cabtaai kltrhao wiiit fluoraacan* 

Ughttng IfUllty raom Up 2 badrwomr and o 2112 
aunreon which eeuld to urod ar third too- 
room. baihmoca Pull oamcni botawiant vitb 
bet-air furnace tuba, gag bot-waiar haoirr 
eaperaia garaga Nice let wtih lawn gar- 
dan and plcnli of frut' irae* AN OLT 
9TANDP40 PAMILV HOMB. 



VALLANCE & SAWYER 
LTD. 

212 BROUOHTON O JA1I 

BVBYINOB 
Mr Valicnrt C 2211 Mr Bawaar I IH4 



lUvenua ai-d a hwme from ibla 
dwplAi t large roaaia in each 

unit Alao J-pTaer tolbrouda and 
paniry in aaeb Bar.y poiroaaton 
of owner'i auita. and rent fraa iba 
nihrr or good invaaraant by 

T:"‘ *6300 

Call Mr ttotortann 

Barrtinaa B 2422 



OAK BAY— $7900 

Or noar oflar wilt buy a Mm-bung**ew of 
2 rooai end bath with full baaeprant 
Baporata gtraga Nim lot Bauih of the 



56250 — $6250 
GORGE DISTRICT 
TERMS AVAILABLE 



UPLANDS 
TEN MILE POINT 



$6800 



Bvwninga. O tTIT 



fClgM toumr AUTOMATIC H01-WATSR 

HEAT App.nrv-nauly 2 Mirat abraluta 
aaciuuon Drilgbtful Old Wwrid garden 
with unaicrlled alew WAX CAA 

Arklng prtca 5x0. OUU 

brvra rtmm. well-appointed realdenca 
PliM laratlon Every C77 rtAn 



ftvaJ apportualty U aerure FAMILY HOMB 
■f I raomr an Ini lAM out la la* or and 
archard Hardwood floera In rnaio large 
uving-towm laitracUva fiiapiaca- and 
dining meai ealiinci kUrhan, TlfPBS 
BBOnOOMT UFTTAIM PVU. 8ASS- 



CARBY ROAD AJnwat new 
aiucen bungalow of alt rooau 
In high luburban tocatlou on 
i«d large Ivta Ceckpriaaa 
apcctour lieing - reacu wilh 
flrealarc dtninf -rr>om ibard- 
wood flnnrti, klicbeiv. tfiraa* 
pitre Fanibroka baih'oom 
HOW VACANT Reduced for 
guick Bate to 



JAMES BAY 



MODERN BUNGALOW 
FOUR ROOMS 



Oandp 4-rooai bungaln* «Hb lull 
reiaeat baaeneni All monu are 
good alaa and vary clean Lergt 
garden loc fenced and in fruUe and 
garderi Bmail fhlrken honae 

^4500 



HIGH QUADRA 

atuca bungalow ip im* 
Large l|fing*roo« 

lutl'ilM dlnlng-rooB. 

.... itke new aood kUrhan. Ilia aink. 

(WO vary nice kodrootna. Hltb calling baaa- 
Dieri. f'irnare arid garaga Low taiea An 
errailant lacaiion on a nicely Mk ireed 
toi vara pretty Irani garden Thla home 
haa been areupiad by adulu only and H 
IB fine eaiuUdon BirkneM torcea aale a 
«ACM npporiunliy for •omaone #OdCA 
The atking price la iT'tJU 



Five-rnom white 
maculate ronduion 
niea tiled fireplace, 
oat floori 



Cedar aiding pain.ed nhiir tuving-rwota 
with fliaptare klirhrn. taw bodraoma tour* 
ptti * prmbttiie batbroam Coved toiiinia, 
liivaiv Mted airvk and modern cupbuatda 
Wired for alertrir langa Baaemant with 
drite-ln garaaa furnace laundry tuba, 
ropper piping Five veart old Karelient 
ranfHilon Large lot CX^sriA 

Price, caab 503vA/ 



$6950 



We have Bcvatal dtatipctlve hamea to.itacav 
ecciuaivc racldenttal artaa and be 

Biea*rd ta arrange appointment ta view 
Prlne ranar 214 lOd to I12d0d 



HIGH QUADRA 
QUALITY HOME 

THRBB lUTOROOMS 
HOT-WATBR 0«L*0*MArK: 

$ 1 1 CAA ' 21.0M batur buying 

I I than rnmparable lUUnga 

ArchUariura daatgning and araund I »0 
ag ft of earellenl rxnatruetton aak lluora 
tbraaghoul Plan rontaina a tbrnugh hall 
L*abai>ad famlly*aiaa dtntag*mom. amari 
rabinat kitchen with big brMkfatt oaak. 
airopilonattv aira oath and THRBB RBO- 
ROOMB plua laundry room and fumart 
room Altarhed garage Ibillv liaprovad 
grwundt and level Tat. aireei of new bomai 
Ranch datign wHh fan aiapi Tarraa avall- 
abla Bvanlng* 1 22«i 



HIUI! SAANICH ' 4JUIBT 
8T1UCBT A ihrae*todroiMB 
ntw atuecd bunaaloa on 
anra-larga lat with fruit 
truaa and paal The uaual 
living - rwora dining • towta. 
kitchen arvd 1*pre Pembroke 
tothroMw Hardwood DMra 
in hall and llvlnr-rooat Pull 
taaefnent wi‘h f-oi*alr fur- 
nace, car accomodation and 
eitru reetm P'ice 



GORGE 



Maw aturco bungaww af 4 laraa 
rooma Inaulatad througboui wirto 
fwr eiaetrK ranga Oaraaa lo full 
camant baaement Oak llnoca. 
OuroM roof, large lot We raeom- 
mead tbla aa a grand home 

.7"^ J8200 

Call Mr oneaa 
Bvtnlrtgi B tl4A 



EVSNINQS Phone B I3A| 
Mr Winter Mr Began 



BQAAA MOUBUN WHITE BTVCCO 
5tUUU BUNOALOW •» good lat in 
OAR hays beat recuVeaUal dUtrtet All 
rmwa on the main Hwai ol U<la wai'*ciin- 
alrurloti name olfera (be aolutioo to home* 
aaokari reoutrlna P8W BTBPB. NO UP- 
STAIRS and 1 SBDHOOMS Bxcellent 
riooi plan and NO WASTE SPACB Bo- 
Uai*ca hdt' large front room with hard- 
wood lleora and guod window*, dining* 
ranm cabinet tiled vma biteben wired tor 
eiec'ric range e-piea' baihroom PULL 



BUILDING' SEE THIS 
Cor $t. CKarles-Foirfi^ld Rd. 

Waii-0e»lgoad 2-room bungalow. 2p . rum- 
pieu An eieetlent floor plan PlumDing 
rnugbed in Wiring oompleie Owner 
tnuat call and la open to offer around coat 
prtce only 

Piaiu ai ThU Office 
Mr O Toole. Evening* O 12^2 



DELIGHTFUL HOME 
REVENUE 



Rrthet Consolidoted, Ltd. 

Batabliahed IFU 

Mvmerr Real B«'.a<a Board «f Victoria 
1117 WHARP STREET PHONE O 1722 
Bveningi 

Ur CuMan-e B 72]2 Mr Lovitt. O 2$U 
U' Be'cbec O 7224 



Siluaied in one ol the moat baouUfwl 
[tarU of Fairfield B.gni lint, large tootpa. 
hard* rod tlnon Duwnetaira conauta of 
i'liiig-roora dinmg-rooa den and kltcban 
Upatairi rvui large rooma whirb can ba 
lenied it devitrij and bruig in abnui 2>22 
nei monih Ooublr plumbing dnubla ga- 
rage Interior of bnme newly derntalad 
ann ir^ l.'velv eandiiion Bairaa that ta 
With hauae are Twa email gaa rungto. 2'v 
>ont rtwl 2 corita wnocl m 1 A AAA 
Well wirnb the prix aated 5 ■ UrUUU 



$9500 



IGILLESPIE. HART & CO 
I LIMITED 



A REALLY 1-OVBt.Y OAR- 
DKH with HI* pand and amall 
fruli goaa w-itb Ihl* live- 
room vtwera hungil'>w |ti 
Raantch ' w‘*hln rwtv-mite 

rt/cle Cnpiariiei Bn'cwnce 
hall aw>-ii*'tat« living- 

room wlih fireniace. dining- 
room (ha'dwood U'rncvi, 

caklne* ertbeii w|rh U'to 
handc iwn bedrnnma wlUi 

clorerr four-nleee Pem- 
broke waibrnom Fuif ba**- 
meni wtih h«l-otr tumere 
car acciinmrM** 'Ion and rum 



LAKE HILL AREA 



FamilT home wuh 4 baoronmi 
SItuatod on vary nice iai wub truii 
I rata TTtIa home la in apmleM 
eondUion. both mawfe ann n<iL 
Baaement and furnace 5gy^Q 



y CA down parBienl BMALL 

OOU COUNTRY HOMB Bungalow 
al 4 r(«>m* Larga living-room wuh 
fiteplaca. 2 large todroowu. kitchen. 
* pantry and bathroom Tbla hnme u 
pmai aiftarilvc SUuatrd dn S orry 
of mraly-ircad property, with green- 
hauve 232 monthly paymvnia 
Barly ooaaevaion 

Bee Mr Beaalri, Ivcnlng* B 1221 



Wv(i-cnn*UU4-tad vitircw bungainw in an 
attractive meet among other nue bomea 
RparMua Uving-roem atth firrplaca di- 
nette, two Itrg* baBrnama t-piace Fern* 
trertr bathrMm ultra-madem hiirhan and 
laundry roam Hardwood floor* in main 
ctwMna wired far electrla range Full thigh- 
baaement bat-air fuenoea piped to all 
room* Alr-eondltlonad Drtvv-lp garage 
ThW«r.M,,..plendid J | , ,^00 



VIEW ROYAL 
3 YEARS OLD 
$2000 CASH 



$9950 OR OFFER 
OAK BAY— MODERN 



GOODSELL REALTY 

122 FFMBBRTON RUTLOtTfO 
Fnone S 2t2l Rvaldonoa. O 22M 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 



ISemi-bungalaw 4 badrooma. near the 
[beach and near Upland* Around 14 rear* 
'bull- wtib coved refling* and hardwood 
Iftonva- I room* and cancealad aiairt to 



SAANICH 



e^cAA roodtm aciKcn buagb- 

503UU lao with HARDWOOD OAK 
FLOORI* Large living mom with ottror- 
li*e fl'eftiM* 2 bright brdrWHfU. gggnllABg 
klichen WIU> dlnelle 1-piece Pembrwka 
Mtbtouoi Bua and ahopplng rentrv wlib- 
in '« Block Par app-.inimanl to view 
pleaae call MR THORNBLOB. B 1121 
-I'c* 0 29271 



Vary cociver.tani locaivan y-room 
aaml-bungalow vMieco egvetinr I 
rnnwM and ^muvoWv wcmrwwwt on 
the main flooe. 2 room* up bv con* 
raalad atair* Duraid mof. oak 
flaora full botemcm with luto 
pipe furnata t**age loveilr gar- 
jen^ Bom. lerm. 594 jq 



l-^CA payment buy* moai at- 

irarilra •tucoo bungalow Lit- 
ind-rwom with firvpiac* cabinet klt- 
rhen. 100 ntra bedvoam* J-pive 
bathroom utility room with hd- 
water heating furtiar* Hardwood 
riowfa, rapper piping Durnid toaf 
Siluaiad on a nire lat with iree* 
N H A bum Baay manihly pay- 

?:r.r.re $6850 

Bee Ur Holm* 



ftreplare 



ipara Pull camant botemeni Selonn 
c’-<ev ihl> type al aiuceo reaidence tn tbU 
chotc* area appear below linOM Near 
efter* eoniiderad Chnwn bv ■ppoinimeni 



UPLANDS 

CLOSE TO YACHT CLUB 



IVE ROOMS AND NOOK 



ril.'.TLBMAN B RtdiOBNrE 
on (wri acre* In VBRT BP- 
CLUDBS pn*i>an ahoni tbrwa 
ruiaa out of <own Ibng 
cureing drive leod* lo Ihe 
hanotnma ai'icvo coaMianre 
Ihcough lovely gardvn*. 
which inrludo lawn* orno- 
meriol tree* thrwto and 
frail iraea The main floor 
romprlaev Iniranet hall 

larae living - room, dining- 
room. den. modem kitchen 
fo"'-pie«e hatheoom with 
pedeaial hotin a»da^m*in 
tub. iwo todroewvi and utllliF 
room Upataira On* fin- 
lahed and nne unfinivhed 
iwdrooen Hatdwnnd flowra In 
main rnwma DiePlece* In 
living-room and den fultv 
piMtafed haatwieni with tm* 
let, hM-air fwmare with au* 
lotnatic etfther Aftarhad iwn- 
rar garage Barluilv* 



Qna af <he unat attrariiv* bungalowt wa 
have aaeu ter aow* tima Conaiaia of tiv* 
Urge rot mt and breaktaat nowk. fully 
modern with part baaanroi and hoi oir 
lurna«’e Large roroar lot laodMgprd In 
nK-keriaa and lawn With foaa-aiae vege- 
labU garden and aeparat* dQOCA 
, garaaa ThU ii a beauty . . 

aak for Mr Andaraoft 



COUNTRY HOME 



$8300 OR NEAR OFFER 
3 BEDROOMS— MODERN 



AUraciiva bungalow and 12 acre* locaiod 
abeui 12 mile* from city Tht bubgnlew 
>>aa an aitraciivr ilvtng-ioom open fira 
piare modern rabinvi kitchen. 2-pUca 
bathroom two aica t-edtoomi. and aun 
fwreh Bepara'a laiage The property u 
in lirft-etaa* condition Oood watev eup- 
ply and eiraUvni toil prult traaa and 
amall frulU imoiediata poaaaa- dAAAA 
eun TVRMS Prwa 5 tUIA/ 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

1112 OOUOLAB STREET 



Built appro* 2 yean and hat a ntea ear- 
den and frnvad hack Ul Pull haaemani 
with drira-in garage and piped furnara 
PUov plan Rntranca by through cantrwl 
hall. I bedroom iUige> a Uvlng«rMm 
1 «e> d<ut->e>rnofn email kitchen and 
Femhrnke both on ground floor up vie 
A dellghtlwl neo twur-ivom tiucco bungu- roncaoted ttaira iwn plaaiered tully*fln- 
tow huUl on the lhrouah*Kall plan with uhad badronnu Nice dUtrttt. convaniani 
hardwood fibora, Pent-roke Mihroom. ano ft, tcbnol* t«nra* and park 
ulliiiy room wiih tub* ThU home ha* a 
modern cabinet kitchen wiib a braaktaii 

unok. a larja living-room wim firepUra iJ t If TCn k a A K l e r-/-v 

and the uiany room haa ample *xO/V\ HcISl CRMAN & CO- 

ttoraie facilitiea rrirad at JOfVA/ 

Alb thf Mr Bralthaalle evet . O 2221 { taiablliliad 1S24 

* nil BLANBKARO ST PRONI 2 4121 

HAUlTAIN • 



GEORGE RANDALL 

OOUOLAS O 



OAK BAY 
OFF BEACH DRIVE 



# I f\/\ pour r2oma Pull baaameui 
3 I UU all bnad Hai air furnara 
BirelUnt garden with fruti iteea 
Cloee ta irabapnrutlon Barly pm- 
aeulon Purnilura may to pur- 
chaaad If dealred Pir»i-rUa* vatto 
Bee Mr Uareon. Bvemiiei Alb 4TT 



JOHNSTON & CO, LTD 



FAIRFIELD 

A varv aurartlve home of 2 renm* with 
rnncaalad etairwav to iwo iarg* unllnuhad 
rwoma Larga iivutg-raoiD open fliepiace. 
dliting-raoin. rabinei kUrhan -wired tor 
raogfi 2 badronm* l-piare bathroom 
Pull liammeni drive-ln garage HA heal 
l^etad nn a Uvely Int rloa* to hearh 

T^mr’Tr'.c. $10,500 



Bai 4 IMIJ 

COMPLBTB 1N8URANCB SERVICE 



HAGAR'S 



0 -ONB ACRE and COTTAUE Of 
ihrea rontn* Longford, rioae 
Cleae ta gulf roura* 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 

Pheoe O nil 



BUNGALOW AND 



ACRE 



Thu new and attractive bungalow la 
idtally altuated and cocuUu of living- 
tntvm, two badroonu. toihroom. a 
bright modem kllehen and dining- 
room cement boeemvnt and attarhad 
caraov Alao inriodod ore VenaMao 
hUnd*. ihe lateat in a modem kllcben 
ranee and a good Uving*roa«B rorpet 
Half arce at good aoil and gaidan 
Wa aonaldar thU good buy #701:/^ 
log Bkciuaive 5/J^V 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 



o-n-nA/*.-REOUCkO 2f.2SS AN BBTATB 
9JJUU OPPKRR ihU ramtoruble ait- 
MKim older home, cuae in. for caah Tbe 



211 PORT STRSn 

Member al the Real btaw Board 
af Viriorla. • C. 



Freliy modern bungalow of four rooma | ' 

Rice around*, near tr*nfpariat>an and 

vhopptfvg duiein Ideal far retired s' 1.* .p-v a. i/>a 1 aiarvwia.i a 

voung^coupU Prieed to J^45Q| VERNON MAR T IN & CO 

Aak for P O William* I LfMtTED 



KER & STEPHENSON 

UMrrco 

Member Real Baiat* Noerd of Vinnrta 
2to nOVKRNMBNT ST PHONE O 4121 
Nlihi Phone* B2232 B 2271 0 2212 



WB HAVE CLIENTS WAtTtNO PDR 
b 2-nnou Houis 

'STEWART CLARK & CO. 

114 PEMNENITIN BLOC PHONS G 1222 
Evening* P 1271 



We have tevaral atirartiva HOMB AND 
RBVKNt'B FROPFRTiBe AM for P O 
WlUiam* 



GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE 



•.AANICH HOME 
NND ACREAGE 



. MODERN HOME 

OH SlielDwurna. Bhnd nao Compriaea llv- 
twa bediooma baibroom. tab 



HILLSIDE REALTY 
AGENCY 



g r ^ewn— OUR BBPT BUT. In new eoa* 
EOOUV diUoD. four rooma and dinotte 
STUCCO HOtTSr eXOBB TO WATER PuU 
to**ffl*nt. AUTOMATIC HOT WATER 



Two acraa poraiand, auraiiiva 2-xe«m 
modern boma witb doubU plumbiit* oak 
lleora. firaplaca, Pamkeokt totbreom, boaa- 
nvant with H A furna**. a*MraU iwrac* 
BUuated Is line location within 2-mUe 
^U Euaptomesoor J^Q.500 



OFF GORGE ROAD 



ing-rowm . . .. . 

inei kllchcii. uillltr room, o 

age All rooina are large end 1 
it'^Ci Priead to aall 
Luting A- 1202 

Aak for Mr Arwutc 
Bveninga, O 2722 



A four-room heuae wub foil baaepvaai 
and gtraga. altuatod on |wa arrea af 
feHiu lend The borne ha* living- 
rwom. klUban. bathroom, two hodrooaaa 
and through hall Venetian bltnda. 
(urnaoe. wired for rang* Tb* grounda 
have 12 fruit irae*. kng raeptorry eanae. 
M2 airawbarrv Plante and 222 cvprew 
raaa. The enure place U fenced wilh 
Page wire and U wiibln tha ihrae- 

sSa/.i;:*’ $10,500 



$9000— VACANT 



RANCH-STYLE BUNGALOW 
OAK BAY 

Bit rooma fully merUrn. carpeted flwara. 
2 tiodroom*. Oil-O-Mauc furnace Three 
bUcka from toaeh ThU wae kwUi 4 yaara 

$13,600 

JUST WHAT YOU HAVE 
BEEN LOOKING FOR 

A medarn 2-room heme In parkilke aur 
roandliid* ThI* U real value 
at-todaya prtrea EOiJVAf 

DUPLEX 

Two eompUu >0(1 -contained *ui'e* of 4 
room* eoch. aright rUgo and apaciau*. 
ana available lor purthoee; d7/VYA 
High and hepJCT Ta h >/VUU 



A nv'i-kepi famii* home of aia rooma. 
cisM tn achool and traiifportalMn Maple 
tiuera In living-room and dining-room, 
three good todroomt and boUiroem with 
pedeital bnaln Puli baaement. laundry 
tub* and hot air piped tumare BowM 



$7850 



ONB-rSAH-OLD BUNUALOW Of lowr 
room* end dineii*. through hall and liv- 
ing-reom with hatdwmad flone*. larger* 
than-averag* bedteom* (owr-pler* Pem- 
feroka bathmont hot-waier hoot- full «e> 
menl baaement with aalra loUel. garaga; 
bar-troe klUben wired tor aUeirt* ranga. 
ThU u egrepiionaliv good 



RESIDENTIAL AREA 

ESQUIMALT 

IMMEDIATE 

POSSESSION 

FOUR-ROOM 

WHITE STUCCO 

BUNGALOW 

22.102 DOWN haiidle* tht* V‘r*<»v* bni<- 
gaJo* Comprue* targe living. ranm 
with fireplace iwa bMioein*. *pe- 
rtou* rabinat kitebes and fovit.ptvro 
Pemkroka batbroon*. Woodahad 



Alan atiuated 2>**mlla cirela 12 acraa with 
2 ciiarad. 4>room rnodera bungaloo with 
firtplaea. Pembroke batbroam Blacirir 
pump from good wall Oarag*. Large and 
imaJi fmiu Tbla U very attructlv* p;rw- 
erty and wall worth Invaattgai- 
Ing at the low price of ^fVAA./ 



ATTRACTIVELY SITUATED 



Among ether gualUv homam an N.H A 
cedar abakt bungalirw et full five roo m a. 
about five yearg eld Compritta tbioogh 
haU. livlikg-room with fireploc*. gunt tia* 
dining-room, cabinet kllehen and nook 
4-pce bathroom and two twin-bad aUe 
bedroom* PuU remeni booament Hot-air 
beat, aeparata maiching garaga and land* 

$965o 

I Owner will help ta finanre 

lUeUng A-2P7 

I Aak lar Mr Claika 

Bvaninga. O 7232 



HIGH LOCATION 



'^AK BAY SEA VIEW 
:OMPLETELY SHELTERED 



WeiUbuiU SBUl-OUNOALOW OP SEVEN 
ROOMS- I.lving-raom. dinlag-iwom and 
hail wuh inlaid hanlwwod finwea: Iwn larv* 
todiuom* an mein flosr and two finUbad 
badnaom* up. four-pier* Paeabnyfca bath* 
room, full baaameni with rumpu* room 
T2ie eitra iarg> grounda are well laid mat 
and haaw undergvauart aprinkUr avatem 
Aa ihe owner U leaving tewit, affera «lU 
be ron*Mtred 



HAULTAIN 



TTiU toawlifwl new hnme U kaceiod on 
•he aaafrom In Soutb Oak Bay eloae 
•o traneportotitHi and aehooU Ii haa 
flea Urge roama on tha main flour with 
eak nmrrt thro u gboui Wired (or a 

• ■molMa alaeir;r blirlMti The beae* 

moni haa a drl*a-ln garage twa rowma 
and a larga rumpu* rwom A comolele 
awtnmallc wll beating and ali-ewndl* 
I Inning plant Reughad In (or an 

eaira lotlei and thtfwer. Alao piped 
far a Bandit waahar There are 

xumerow* amall featwr** throooheut 

• he howaa whu-h make* ihu a daeir* 

abl* home to tiv* # 1 X Qf\r\ 



Atiractlva modara, HMA buui whti* 
iturca bungalow of ■ raoou. aiiiMiad aa 
tin* ftravt near Victoria Avenue Modern 
hulii-tn featurea. hardwewd floor* fire* 
olae* haaemeni drlva*lo fireoroof garage 

$10,500 



>ur*room buagalew wtih ratra tiniahad 
tom Ii’ toaemeat Thu home ha* fun 
ivfiaebi and hot air heat, and u ia 
■otloM fondlUoa 22 3W caah #C7CA 
111 handle PuU wrire 50 /OU 

Aak for bir Rlrkpairlrk Bvea B 4222 



~ DBBP cove, apprtiuimptaly 
EXOUU |.aert lai* on beautiful beorh 
with iwwUieni evpoaura anri over 122-faor 
froniaea Blactrie light teleahwoe and 
water available Ctaae ta Ihre* fvrrir* aiu! 
(dletnlng oowoUr lUhlne ground* Ovv* 
tdS-toot frwntag* on waler 

C7^n POINT Ptfiv-loet ftanl- 

5/OU aie on wafer bv nine.* anelieree 
anrheraf* Keep your boat a> 'Ha hark 



Boyne & Normington 

m PCMRBRTON BLOO lOp One PUghU 
PHONE B U2I 
Mr Normingtok. O 7221 



1324 GOVERNMENT STREET 

S I2tl or B4244 



OAK BAY 
NEAR GOLF LINKS 



PORTAGE INLET 



EHuaiad on approi I acre. 2*ra«m radar- 
•tdlna bundain* Raaemeni viih f-ymace 
Chlekaru- frvai and vagviabUa «7C/V1 
An inrome her* at 



OFF OAK BAY AVENUE 



LAKE HILL AMONG 
THE OAK TREES 
NEVER OCCUPIED 
FIVE-ROOM STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 



A very well kept 2-rwom 
baaemept and furnace 
ThU u |«ed 

Pleoee aik tor Mr 



$6600 



DUNCAN — 10 ACRES 



B mCA bach two LOCATIOMS In 
> I U3U PAIRPtRLO rloo* la RBACON 
HILL PARR. eutUbU (er TRtPtBXBN 



Three cleared Neat l-roam bungalow wiib 
city eoavenicncag Oowd well pooltry and 
brooder houaaa foe 1.222 Mrda Othor 
barna and outhauaea t-arge and awvali 
frutu of every kind Throe mllee Irwm 
Duoeoa on mein htehwav dCQAA 
Prtrad rdduced u 530W 



SEAFRONT 



OAR BAT lot 22 g IIS. on Mr 

1«EIL Level, treed 



HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD 

«M TtEW rntETT Ptowve a i O 4UI-9-2 



ALTON & FLEMING 



Biceptionailv otiroctlv* CaUfornlo raarh- 
type heme tdeallr lorated One ocr* aeo. 
imnt properly Ooutaadiaf alUa-m#d*m 
feotura* Hao view tram wary room 
Landeeapad Mint to aaan OAA AAA 
to appraciaie Iha van** EXX.UUU 
Pteaa* atk for Idr Catin Smith 



14 222 DOWN acguiraa brand new home 
raevnily ramwiatod Cempoaeg of 
urge Tfvina-.oom with flreBloee. 
hardwood floor*, dinetia rwo bod- 
roam*. eabtaet kltehvn full toae- 
metM wtih dn*«-ln garaa*. Eatra 
targe lot Coatraelor will eiimplete 
deroeation to »ut' pur- w^^CA 
rhaaer PuU priee 5/ r OU 



McCANDLESS REALTY 



MOVING DAY 



244 Port Slraat Pbotta 

Svonint* Mr LelM T 7212 
or Mr* M^rCandltae O MM 



MEHAREY & CO., LTD 



hall, llving-roem with ftraplarv dining 
Ifoam. rabinei kltchan two bedfowm* 4*pee 
Pembroke bathroem. alao 2 bodroom* irp 
Pun rameai baoomeni Uundry iwto ho'- 
water OH-O-Mati* heat, driva-la gareg* 
l-utiag A-Mi 

A*k lar Mlaa CourtaaU 
' Bvetitaga. 0 2217 



COkCB AND « UB AT TRIE B«« 
AOORSas POR EPPI CI EN T 
RIAt BBTATt SERVICB 



$3000 DOWN 
CLOVERDALE DISTRICT 
FOUR-ROOM STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 



Bui.gajov rompt.*e4 fiv* vary Urge rwowii 
wilh ovety otodarn awuvanlMice Pull 
rcmeni to*am«m aeparat* aaraga large 
giirhen •parMui modern bathre o m. 
sbt-.danre nf fruit imell graanhauaa 



ARTHUR E HAYNES 
LIMITED 



CtOBS TO ORAOS AND HK.K SCHOOL 
AND BUS ROUTE 

Sovon-roomed •lueao *mi - bungalow five 
rawwu and 4-plera batbroam down 2 bod- 
rwiama up. Through hall livina-ioam wuh 
fireplaee fuo*i-*ia* dining-room, oak 
flwart CohlMt kuelion «rtrad far elarirtv 
tong* roppor ploaa. plaatcrvd rament 
hoaomani bnt-air fumae* 10 all ro>’ma. 
garaa*, Uundry tuba Oood # 1 1 AAA 
gatdob IM Term* Price 5 I I .UUU 
PAak fav r B Mank 



BLACKWOOD ST 



PAIRFISLO- ThU IttUt howM wui imriguf 
an oidariy eoupU raouinng the minimum 
■par* fne enmforubU living rnav living- 
ruo« with apen llrewUee aeat hodronm. 
kill hen. ihrao-piec* herRmom and ouiuda 
new DuriMd roof 
covored with 



RBVENUt PROPCBTT— Thu (IIU pfwportv 
u aiiuatdd on a aocindod atrowt. Jwai a 
few mlnutor walking dUMoao fvwm tbo 
hoar* af the city Tho ftrrt flowr ownUto* 
ihroo 2*eoom anlfdo ooa At vbleb U acif- 
romalnad (or tht owner 1 iingto r««m. 
larae boihranm. and bright ertrunre and 
ihtowgb hall Bacobd floor 2 «lngU 
rooma All room* and toiiea are Uauly 
(urnuhed. flllad with ga« and in immae- 
ulale rondMMm port toeevnant with 

new air-roiid<t~i. r>jm*ro ftooeonable 
••■a* OR~-*= UOrTHLT INCOtlR PLUE 
O&'iiST. 5 BCrTE. 1122 Eorly poooa* too 
1A nwpar-a ault* ROiuAA 

PULL PRfCE ONLT 5TJVA/ 

Mr Oroan Eveninga 0 2117 



NvuMng compioibr and firal lime 
luted mad* up af nvi.ig-room with 
lirepiarv iwa bedreomi raWnei 
tiuhen tour-oierw Pembroke baih- 
rwom tall baaement H A Iwated 
laundry tuba N H A tnnngag* (nr 
*4 220 mav to aatumod wtih *o*v 
mnnthiv payOtaiUg d TAAA 

riH pure 5/UUU 



C07AA * M>-rt*r-oi4 »tuc<« bunga- 
50 -jUU low In 'a* new cwndiimn 
Lerea Uv.ng-room cirtulatUig hrepUi-e 
large kltchan wito buUi-lt* hraakfut npuk 
knd bar Inlotd Una. laa tortrootn* or bed- 
room and dinine-room dtiwr.aiolr* .Red 
rwom umgoiri Tinlehed in knotty pioa. 
bwiH-in bwnk* ideal Inr child* room 1 
Pout-pieee bathrnom full toacmeoi ood 
lurttkp* Drtv*-tn garage Nn repoira or 
redernreuna needed B*<a«r ihao buvitig 
a brand new home aa the wwrkmanahip 
and ma.erul* ar* nf tite to-' 

Aak fnr Mr MrVev 
taening* B 2474 



Stucra aemi-bwngaUiw of 7 voomh abPut 
7 vrara nkd and In new cpnditloo Therv 
ar* twa nice Mdrwocoa upataira and five 
aoud rawm* and bath dowa oak ftaan. 
Vcneiian blind*, wirod for aleclrM tiavw. 
Pull high baaement oad dri*o-in garage 

r".T $11,000 



FAIRFIELD 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



gar*ge New waiarpip* 
and ouier wall* rvraniiv 
Bairotl firaprawl a*ba*'oe ahintlc* whtnh 
roouira no further upkeep in paiouna ond 
■ III lert k llfet.m* The lai U laid out 
In lawiw flower ga*<t*i<k and neat fenre*. 
■vTinplecneniing the a.trorcv* rntia-o 
Solid oonc'*'* foundatlnr no boaepietit 
ond no vtvp* Nice rurmundingt wub 
flitmpae of the i** and right on trona- 
pOTiallcn taaeeeiton will he glveii In 22 
day* No4 mueh 00 'he market toda* 
in^lhU type Of h-m. J475Q 



OAK BAY 
CLOSE TO SEA 



CITY— WALKING DISTANCE 



rVCNtNllS 
R'ndli (eiephone Ur 

P 1222 



GORGE DISTRICT 



NEW STUCCO NOME tkrvllen. loralMtl 
on high ground Houeo rootaio* Uviitg- 
room. 21 M 1 12 fi . with firapUr* aiwoU 
dinlfw-rwom luony biichon with tiled alnk 

wtrod for okarioe ranga. twa bedroom* 

and four-p«oca baiheowm Inlold 00k and 
fir ftpora. wood rupboarda tncliMOd ctolr- 
way la iwa flnithad rooma Pull ba*emoni. 
hot water heating, towikdry leporata ga- 
r««a Low rate* 

POBBEBEtON 22 DATS 

PRICE $11,500 



Ava-rwnm maderb Hueeo bungulxw fairly 
new tauarwa hall, llving-rwnm with lira- 
pUea. dinibg-roam nab ^onn Pembroke 
toihrnim. eohlnei hitehao OU-O-Matta 
hot-*aur Kaoilng Oaraga in tovtment 

$11,550 

Aak lor D B chalh 



FAIRFIELD 

Neor Moy ond Cook St 
EXCLUSIVE 



H. W. MILLER & CO 
LIMITED 

1S22 OOVERNMBMT ST PMONt O W 



inoR OOROR-Ob a Oka atroat with 
laveir aorvnwridingi TbU 2-raor-oM 
tiwceo bungolow ia a beauty The nvttrg- 
riW4P u ur«a vi'h ftrowlae* dinette, 
bright ceWnat kltrhen 2 good hedrwowu 
end Pembrokt both Separot* faraga and 
gond grrunda Take* 222 #X*TAA 
Prierd rtkhl ti 500UU 

Mr MeOllllvray. Bvanlng* O lilt 



QUADRA REALTY, LTD 

1212 QUADRA FT PHONE ■ 411: 

Evaning*. B ngl4 U 4<M 



$2000 CASH 



GORGE 

EMht-yoar-aM 2-ro*m 4iueen bungaMvw 
with aowa goUinga ar»d hardvond fMn>» 
ihrwdfhowl Lieing-rwwm wub lirwplare 
dIniHg-room. coWnot kitchen wuh aphitl- 
iterad bewokfait nook Two kodronwu 
fwmbroka hoihroom Pull toiement with 
drivo-in ■wroge fumorv howaekawplnt 
room and woohvwnm Lond- d t A 7CA 
aeapod gai^n Purnlahed 5 I U/ F ;3U 
UbfontUhad 22 TN 

Aak fto T r OavU 



BURNSIDE Modem viurro bungalow af 
five r>tnma loll boeemao' and hitrhen 
wired for vte-tru rangw Uviry-ranm iv 
fOartao with gnod (iraplar«> panuiv-v'er 
dining-»nm iw« gor-1->l»e ne-ironm* 
Under are v*orv old *fk-e viae lot Im- 
mediote poaa o aatPa Thla price ■! Hght 

Sr” $7850 

PlMt* atg (nr W Jone*. evening* 12721 



A fiva-rwwm vrding b«r.gat>-w 
50 t 3U large Uvtng-roowi apvn firw 
pi*'# dlftlrag-rwom two bedroom* Ihtnugh 
hoJIwa) Urge kirchen, ihr*o«ptav* na'h- 
rkom Pull toaepteru and fwrnacw aura 
rtmrn In bo**m»nt Wired la* *le tr' 
rant* IrvauUtad Sepnrvie fwrag* leval 
lat Onod aoli Owner a p * n ta raawvrtablf 
offer Tho boat hoy in Palrfleld In thu 
type of howie ClP*a to Npordn Hilt Park 
ll-mlnuia walb m town 

A*k fto w* WrVev 
Evenirrr* S b47g 



A. A GREEN REALTY CO 



Pwur-ixom •'(*«• with aeporoie (*'ag* 
Nice uung-rpom with pp*o firapiare -a»- 
Ur*i kitvben 01th dineita. i-wiere bath- 
^m and 2 tooro... 



VTV CAMP PUB SALR Oh ISLAND 
Bielrwo* tMoa lo VUiorM Tm good 
»nn> »2*to-f»oe awe *Mua D-« WM 



Finonce CorpofOtioQ 

PORT STREET PHONE O 4IW 



ggpariwr rami’v home featurihi large 
w^l^> ipoma, eltuaud in one of the moat 
duirabl* UeatlPM aouvh of the A*««oe 
SsadHua living-room with dowbU Proneh 
dooea to a a nr aow Owaat-ala* dtntng-roM 
wall-plawrvad klUheo wtih beookton n«ok 
Owe U/fw todfoam four-pioe* totbrnom 
■Ad one Oman badra*m or den owmplei* 
the grownd ttato Open ateirwav to thra* 
Urge todroom* Plumbtrg rwugfiad In fa* 
■MitiPA*l toihmom upataira tf ragwirad 
Pull boaawtewl Stih autwmouc otl hot orr 
heat Ruwtpwa room awd drive-m gara«* 
Vary itaot geirdow 2uet Mght yaora dW 
■od Hi perlaet oawdtUwn 



MODERN nVB OR glX-ROOM STUC- 
■o hwme ondor M.2M Mr OUbart, 
CARMlCRAELg. Phone 0 7241 



SAANICH 



3 MILES OUT 



Nearly new J-rvom oMioa* 2 mtla efiwu 
L n I badronm and kueben Uwwer both- 
room toeomeni wHit Uundry tuba Ow 1-2 

n' an acre BbUndld volw* $3900 



A MODERN t-SOOM nOUSB • ROT- 
* waiav OU-O-MbUc rvwa-rod Oo2 Bm 
or UpiOKde Boa 4141 CoioMat 



S H WHITTOME 8, CO 

tXkfTTBD 

gn OOVBRNMBNT ST P720HE E 4221 



SAAALL COUNTRY 
PROPERTIES 



CAM A mndora fwor-rowm ahUng 
5O0UO bargalow ronlalhlnt ttvlng- 
vowm ftrowUre two b*d-mvma kitcheo 
wilh tiled alnk fwwr-piaea bathroom hord- 
ow«d and Or Ooara Pull baaemewi and 
Nrnaeo drtve-lp tarag* 

Aa* for Mr MeVev 
Bvontngv ■ 2^ 



R H DAVIES REALTY 

REAL ESTATE AND BOARD tNSVRANCT 



$6800 



BURNSIDE 



Lovoly 2-mom Uwcao 
itoQAliv oau btoit eok 
High Iwrouoa drtve-iw 

*taaulc range Ta**a 
2d7M 



OAE PAT Tbrao todrooma Peurwrok* 
hath, oak fleara Reicntiy radecomted 
thraughoot Wirwd fto oloetrte rant* Pull 
evmevii baaement Mwed (wmavo IbtMEDI- 
ATE POHdESStOH Lletlng till. 



Nwe 2-roam bungalaw oilh Uvrng-'wowt- 
glotag-toom. eahwief hitehen I todrao m a 
an* 3-ptara bathroom t^wna. vwgvtaMe 
garden wtth fruM treea 
Npmo tenwa Prtfw 



PRICE $16,000 



$7900 



$5750 



/ MJBNT WTTH M 2Bg C A B H WAIPTR 
2 madarw am-rowm bowgolow. (Rfoo bag- 
ropwmr pewfarahty dnmo* Bny. 

BINIB Bl RICRAROR 
m C wwetoay Baeoot - Pbame f na 



LANGFORD LAKE 



HAWKES FOSTER. LTD I 

III DOUOLAE ST P4TONB S 2121 < 



THE ROYAL TRUST CO 



r--r~ 22 wnlh ri*ii 

■d Marwo-roemao r«fi 

front CUV ltd')' arv 
I af appravim 



PAlRPtBtn Lavaly mndow' bungalow 
■plendid Iarg* Mving-rviom irowteao. cobt- 
Oei btirhen tlla link tmu eamllent bad- 
rtma Pemhroka both orrd aho myt Pufl 
rowvent tovement ptped fumarw TERtdS 
jjtok ptoomUto. Uating »21 J34QO 

29 2M CASH BAUtNCS M2 0 WlOtdh Pl**- 
rwpm bwnoaUw Ni«h Ueoilnw tbinmilloi* 
paoaooatoo tally Iviaulolod 

tJetrng n>4 PUlt PRN-P EJXOU 



brUk bvtngulpw 

T $4000 



JAMES B/Y 



Iplwrwom bai'>20lp« With foS botowmw* 
.Through .tun wiUk Itvmg-ruom dtntnff* 
irwowi kitchen 2 bodmwmo nod 1-pwaa 
- huthrwom Pull kaeiitobt wnh furaoeo 



HERE'S A BUY 



$6300 



t-na*m bauigoipw on 2 MMa t-B IS a 12. 
2 bpdtanma. nta, bwUi 00 raor *op»oam. 
put* gUoa oinSwma lavwly vte* Hpw hoaa- 
mem with famoee cMcbao houeo on raor 
,pn‘*ndtd vulwa SC7Cy7 



$4400 



GOING TO VANCOUVER? 



$6500 



QUICK FOR CASH 

dwvwn Uvoly rowtha on nlrv oHr Mt. I 

with InHt tiwow Touoa 222 B2 aari 
at 24 922 1 mat affoed aganu taou. 
agpnia pteaaa 

PMONB a 22SI 



$5950 



|A A GREEN REALTY CO 

1224-222 OORDOM ST Mda Of Canah Una 
I S BMek Bm 4 af taa* OfRai 



LANGLEY REALTY CO 



NEWSTEAO REALTY 










THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 



HAJRROOATV. tofUnd 
pi»i4:ard ^trd in IMS. li 



Nittr* Pacific. Dr. Marr told ilw 
American Cbemirai Society. 



da U'ainst Minorities Man y Fish 



The Berlnc Sea. the Central Pa 



elfkr and the walen o« Aiaafca t'ortlaild Mail R l^af 
could provide enannoua amounu of'_ i j L D 1’ 

fiah for nation! AUinlng abort of linpOUndCCl bv I OllC€ 
land -produced protclu. Dr. John ' . , . 

C. Marr, United Statee fUhertea ex-, * belongtnt to Lionel Church 
pert at SUnlord Univemty. re- of Portland waa impounded by cHy 
ported yMtarda; In Portland. i police yceterday foDoirlnc an accl- 

The Alaaka-Berinf Sea area of- dent at BellerUle and Menilct 
ten the irrateat paaalMUlica lor streeta Poyce aald the tecond car 
ttahery eapanaion adjacent to North involved In the accident «aa driven 

040 Montreal 



Wb«< • %•*! ibtr« t» IH lb* 

•M w uui rUM Ttu fixmay 
•f r«>f«ev(n( tb« tmI cabm I* Mily Mam 
— iai»«i nrt<m TF** VYLTOW* tr»a«- 
is«Bt ia Ua«ia Uktn ay !•>•• 

aU*M I* ia« Ina»aa <*t 4 »y eavrlM e»M«. 
»l*n« Mmcta ibai h«i» aatara r*a«ii 4 
ifvfM d«Ur*ia mtoyw eua 

Traaiaani ji acw.raa anaaar M r**« 
MOafaeiMT rMMlia vt«ti a cm aotlla 'irlal 
ay pnra ratiMdatf ai me* »i aU aiciaars 
drvMitata vAe«t> 



Aa aaMa- TVa Mt: tUlB. tfitadid new, 
Sm mi. CelenM. 



V atOFT. NOW ta a nortt. aaa 

fa<a aae aaalety M nr<aaa* 4 W! 

•nuaia ara. i|i VriM ve «rvae4 



t«y avcMiae. 



then arerc t.OOO OentUea,*' he ex- 
plained. I 

After traclnc evcnia that led to 
the rUe of Faaciam in Oermany. be 
talked of hie own atay in a con- 
centratkm camp and criuclaed 
Hollywood portrayals of the campa 
for making them look "Just Uka a 



a«4»M 



ALT •eniao-iie acam ataft rvi^ 

I lafSj Isa fac aay* Bm Mil. CMeoUl 



America and probably is the moat, by Stewart Johnson, 
promialng production araa of the Street 



karoMS. MM 

ilee, arTiMri «i 



ro evLTtvATtn um wmi on- 

aharS. alaM ta Corea «M«ra. pork 
bua PheM ■ ttsa 



oxS AcnvB DBuaND uaa 



AacUeneem and AppraUavs 



Of the aaine kind of Paaclam that 
anculfad Oermany In the IMO'a. 

UlUer'a two main propaganda 
weapona wart tha Jewiah queetion 
for internal eonaumpUon and the 
comnnuilat queetion for outaide coo- 
aumpUon, he aaid. 

Declartnf that Communiem ean 
only grow in "foul, insecure aUnn- 
apbaraa " such as existed In poet- 
war Oermany. he eritieiaad heavy 
propaganda against It hers today. 

"If we allow discrimination 
against any minority,*' he eeid. *'we 
are digging our own grarca.** He 
died the early Oirman attitude of 



Banker Visits 



I n. aAoeMAwa 
I «S33 leU OOfOrsAMk OA 



Instructed by the executors of an 
»tste. and other clients, we wUl 
sell, in our SaleerDoma, 

ni-SS JOHNSON ST. 

today— 1.30 

LAHQC SELECTION WELL-KEPT 



rpiUHSPaaRCD TO YICTOaU, RAVX 
^ M.SM M r«ih MM (Mr itiMitblr s«r* 
msM Isf « sr S-rooM bwofMov (a *mm 
ale* euiricl Set am CaTsnut 



,->A )of«ly bolSMtU lA Mmsi Tst- 
' MM SMrtM M cemr Pm* ■•<( 



> on niMn-B»KOOM aoMt ns- 

MtrwA (M Iseiily (rM IS* Smi Sm 
CftlOAUl 



,>-cerMr uuiM MS asMnwMt. 
' SMr r»ira«M Rm 4 MS clA« U 



■ K CAaM-A «M4*rf«l IM M as 
.O aytrfrMB MOiae M (t (r*ni- 
TUitasM asse 



W'AirTBD>-A crupLtx aiDB-aY arDX. 

«ua eSftwaalM M bath aUM* Up la 
• IS.MO On* ate* aiMi Asia « (oom- 
SsaHb— I au« r«evu*e 
WAimo^Us Is IS.et! • noeare 4-r«M 
stucM biHMMSw vita bbavftitev aod im- 
At« AM Ml Isl 

Of OAK BAY. Bisr VpUAla-WaBtse (sr 
Ml AMartesa lUttit a lawt-bt«ras« asd- 
srn Asaa is lAs UsU^ aras Muai ba*a 
AtiM. baal Vp Is IlISM In prtc* 

U yM liB*a say M (bras araptrtiM mr 
anla, siaaaa tsil Mr HMSiriatarb. siili 
RaUUrman A Ca Mil Blanahard Otriaa 
SbSM Batei. ayralasa B ma 



•A BXAL iAIIOAIF 4 41 a^rtt 
In Uu mo. an KasMlb Bt. 



Several niss rbstisrfleld Ballse. 
C'envertea. Siodta Lsaogas aod Oe- 
caaisnal Chain, Carpete, Ktogt. 
Radioe, Rantes. Blagelao. Bedding. 
Brua. Btamwara, Ctt Olaea, Plat- 
ware. Eleetrlc Ireocr*. S Electric 
Weeherv, Bath. S Vacuum Cleaner*. 
TeoU, Scale*. Pine Aecerdlen. • 
Elfln end Hhotgues, etc. 

See yeelerdeyb paper for detail!. 
I'Sl \L MORNING HALE. t«:M 

Molorcycif 

Sash. Doori. Useful Pumlture, Pnut, 
Vegeublee. Garden Tools, etc. Wasli 
BaAUM, Electric Washers. Blcydea 
Chqiterfleld Bultea, Tank and etand, 



Mrs. M. Collard 
Stricken Here 
Passes at 75 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

tilt DOOOLAS fT Bill 



riDt rca 



A 20-ACRE ESTATE 

Tan ailia (r«,ai Viaiarw Tan a<iaa el 
rteb rlMrfS leal, lamiiy erabarl. II n-rn 
(A anaarb uabar DfUite val) aie aisairic 
•ums Atiraail*# i.roAJaa! aiMarn bun- 
C»ls« eiui autiiy room. Oaraaa Cloaa 
is too<l (tahiag ovear muai ratura iMl 
as# «IU aail a« a asermaa snra M OM 
(ar bair at IM.MS (ar tba vbei* Wb wiU 
glaa urm Wua !• auutsaoiaf 
Bartauva Ae«nu 



It'S BAVX CLtXMTb WAlTtdO TO fUn- 
V* ensM amsii ba»aa i* Uia >4«ir »naa 
braebau. batvaaa !i.4N aal U.Mv. a«a 
a e-rasB euaeals* naaead ta Ch^>*4*>i 
anS Bifb Q«Mra lutrtcu a* ta tl.ieo 
U yaar srasarty u aaMabla •# aae ms U 
Prmpv tawriam aartwi 

Bwu«ffo*i * oo. bm 
e» arsugaioa Bt Blisi 



A link With the early Hudson's 
Bay Company days of WestArn Can- 
ada was severed here yestarday by 
the death of Mrs. Mary OoUard. 75 , 
daughter, granddaughter, and great- 
granddaughter of faeton of the 
company. 

She f*me to Victoria seven years 
ago after spending romt of her life 
at Portage la Prairie, and died at 
the home of her daughtar. M ry 
Helen Browne 435 Michigan Street 

Born et Fort Oarry. she was the 
last eurviviiig of the 13 children of 
John Better. Hudson's Bsy faertor. 
Her grandfather, Andrew Setter, 
also a factor, came from the Orkney 
bland! to ihe Northwest in 17 M. 

Her irrat-irandfather, Bir Iseac 
Balee. was an offirer of the North- 
west Truding Company, which later 
amalgamated with the Hudson t 
Bay Oompany He was shot by an 
Indian near Edmonton. 

Funeral scniees will be rrotn 
Hayward's Funeral Chspel on Sat- 
urday at 1 ;U pm. with Rev. j 
C. Jackson officiating. Cremation 
Will follow. 

SAsidO! her daughter here, she is 
survived by mother daughter. XCrs. 
E. McKenale, Portage la Prairie. 
Man. 



I. K. JOHN8TON 

General manager of Imperial Bank 
of Canada, who will vlau Victoria 
with Mr*. Johnston today as part of 
first tour of Western Canada since 
appointment in ApriL Jtur vUl 
uke him to bank's 60 breaches In 
Weelern Canada. 



WAirttP MOW — TWO riVX-BOOM 
«* aiiBgAteva vub bSMBMniA Mi «*s( 
U f*ara «M. >a Misti Qaaera a* u |(.■M 
Call Mr. LalU. no* at baailty Aaaiiy. 
B MU. Sfaa. B SIM 



JONES I SCOTT 

IM nUBSMTSm BUM 
Asa . B%> 0 > 



MAYNARD A EONS - AucUeneer* 
7S1-7U JohtiMn Ht G SBti 



n’A-vTiD TO Btrr s-itoou modxrh 
v> aiuMa bbofatoa Hiuf bava bSM- 
Bi«ni an 4 (arija'*. Oai Bar erira. eaah. 
M too M I 7 .SM «i AiarMt ant tiSS. Cal- 
aeiai 



fHE ROYAL TRUST CO 



W’AJtnn - XMMXM-axsisuaMs a 
> * M |Sb4 «UIM' I 4! SlO nr II MS 

Mr ReiNr*, naitaarb a ca, i 
mgaia. Coi^uliB alK 



Auclloneen and ApprAlsers 
HInce 1907 



aViLmnu «nt Canual larailan. 
ISS-roS( (r«B(SSi>' asrarnitmaialy W SeS 
aitjaf* iaM. otoaarriaiiy aanad. 

PRICE $7500 



NSW AMUtVAU M 60 gBb 
V* bungawir «lth Uirra naSrnoffia »iti- 
arabiT la fairdaiS. AlL.caa!i Mr a«rni4- 
tas. fe MSI 



InstruL'led by the owner, we sell 

Tomorrow — 2 p.m. 
jCompIrtrly RrilrroratriJ 
7-ROOM 
OAK BAY 
STI'CrO IIOLSE 

Knowa as 

$12,500 1016 MCTORIA AVE. 

Pesturssr Orod-iUie Uvlog-Roem 
with fireplace, gueai-sue Dieiug- 
R« 0 n, large Kilehtn. Pantry with 
modern plumbing and cabinets. 
ICemeni-Plnored t'tlllly Reom with 
Iwsih tubs, Gtaa— d-In Snnpsrch, 
|t-pae. Bsthroom sAd Separate 
Tellei, gnod-stse Bedrewm with 
Iclothes closet and large wtodowa 

( psialr *— 3 good-slae Bedrooms. 3 - 
pee. Bethrocun- 

Het Air Furaare. Rival AutomaUe 
Gas Water Heater, fiureld RmC. 
teparate matching Oarage. 

Terme of Sale— Cash, 10 % deposit 
at time of sale. 

Immediate roesraalaa i74 Heun) 

ON VIEW: Today 9 30 to 5 ; Hsliir- 
arday, 9 M to Sals Time. 



AATBO uiMxmATXLY BY vrrxaAM 
«ltb I artiilrni. 4 ar i r««m buoft- 
ii.s« e**R. ass MU. csieuat 



WAirrsO — A WBU-BUILT HOUBt 

V* emxi iMaiiiv IS o*b a«y. Mat 

vllb sooe saMrn. f*t raab Bat »« 

C*Mom 



AHTBI> rAtKLY MODIWN !-S BOOM 
hsuM «uh 3-4 sera *Ubin iS-mOa 
i<M el cilr Btala prut Bca ml. 
> 5 Uf 



ntb PAY (IP TO SI.SM FOB UlirtM- 
I UTtes S-r«Mi hnuaa «i(b baaaaana u 
pari o( BaanKb. vtlbui 4 - Mils cire>t 

I lUS. CAMMtai 



\t*A(*TXO. rOR CABR - A TMRBB OR 
*< (Mir-reen beuae en e atssll tel. «M 
evbr IS oillt* (rete Via«brt» Be *s*e>4 
atsaae B«c Mia Celantai 



IV'ANTXO' wrrniM rxach or trams- 
vV lent er IIVa-rbetA baua« mi 

tvs er itaef# artai. unSar YU A Bia 
M4». Calenut 

WAirnn - Ho^x cm ttfwoaiow. 

v« etSar lava t«eil terailoa oaK Bey 
eralWreS. Dev!*a* SM FmiI Bev RebS 



Teachers Given 
^Preference 

I 

For Gym Use 

Three groups applied for permis- 
sion to use Victoria High School 
gymnasium Tuesday nights st the 
September scltool board meeting last 
night. 

The board decided to lei the 
teachers of iha school have jt for 
recreational purposes. Tha VietoeU 
and District Basketball Aaaoclation 
I and the RerreaUonal and Physical 
I Education Branch also applied. 

Tha basketball group had asked 
for the gymnasium every night of 
(ha week except Sunday, four nights 
for games aod two nighU. Including 
Thasday. for practice They were 
given permWlon to use It four 
nigh's a week, and the Recreational 
and Physical Education Branch was 
swarded it Fridays. 

R H Smith, buildings and grounds 
suparlntandent, told tha hoard that 
I Victoria High School officials had 
blamed ciamsge done to school 
benches on rough handling on ntghu 
of bsxkethsll games Re said rhtld- 
j ren and spectators usually get the 
bcnchaa from ths cafeteria before 
Um gstoe and pile them back on the 
tables Afterward. 

Board roemben included in tha 
motion giving the baskstball aaaocla- 
tion parmlaalon to uat tha gym- 
nasium, a clause that they be charged 
for any damage they InfUct on 
«rhool property i 

Truataa Walter Jeuna'a suggestion ' 
that tha asaorlatlon be required to! 
oaposH 9300 at tha start of the' 
■aaaon to cover damages, and at tht 
and of the season be refunded what 
wu not nawded, was considered im- 
practical. 



GUMS 



ouse 



VICTORIA WEST 

CM| h«tM IM MlH 



- 4 roona an! *M}|iy 

OoiiattM Aur<h!M Ml lAafbnstlari HoaM 
•ne f*rii*n atimilit ana * 

tlMB 



ffOO(*row seau at ihe world's g/eatest f ntettainmeot are 
yours . . . always . . . with the new Westinghouse "Polyphonic' 
Radio or Radio-Pboaograpb. You'll eojoy radio and^ 
recorded music as you've never done before with al 
character of each voice and instrument faithfully preserved 
''Polyphonic*' reproduction gs hut one of the new ihri 
that await you at yout Westinghouse dealer's, where (^na^ 
most complete aod advanced line of poat war radios anc 
vadio-phooographs is now on display. Consoles... combinatio 
. . . table models . . . personal sets . . . "Rainbow-tone " F.N 
9 . . ail that is new tod finest in radio science . . . with prices rang 
from $ 29 . 9 $ to 1665.^ 



Ml (bMianC Aollarb «aan Im a lowf-raaM 
buAfblev •((* ba.amant aiM attuaud tn a 
bgiat 4utrtr< Mg«t bava a anal) tarda* 
and Id aln«* trdvlatltr >• aaoMint and 
• faniMftaUan Ubr Mill anJ 
Talmit dlaiflf' Aralarrad Vlaaaa call Mr 
Panwb. aiiil. IM granibaa. SMO 
Na«lM Vaaitr. lid 



rLiAta LMT TOUR aaoraBnia 
D 0 MftAVlBH 

•M Fart Biraai FMHt* CMM 



iVArrao - WATiRFROKT raoFxnTV 

** RarUi Baaniali araa. anrvh*r« lr«M 
widrMtrM la D«>a Cava Laraa u>i a«( 
ii«r»adary. Rauat taarntUii ara gaaa (aaa- 
daitarta. l-alaer Mtbroaia. traaabablr Far|a 
raaaw. l>rl»d-rAaai. kiubaa ana larfa and 
l«a aMalWf kadraama U AaaaiM»< Maai 
M I* gaad aaadiUan aad raaarmabir 
imr »4 Bei 1*44 ColonUI 



MAYNARD A EONS 
• AactUnwr* 
7 S 1 - 7 U JdhRMo SU 



A/\A CAaM lar a foar-raMB aunga- 
aOUUU’lD* *uk baaa«ab 4 and aiiitaird 
tn a kaiar dttmet. Nw«t hava a amali 
gartUn add In alaaa aroitmtir ta atMiaainf 
and rraiwpnrtaiian l,aba Rll) nr MaanI 
TalMi* dlairirt ffrlarrad 

naaaa can Mr Fatri-k Bllkl 
Or Bvanlngi. I M 41 



W'ARTXO at CALOARV RKFIDBKT 
** amvint vmana ortrMr st rara»u» 
prapariy. m am la VMuna ar 

«i4itiu* B* agtaia Mwl drlMIt. BAa 
) 44 >. CMAWal 



7 h-ACIU FARM ALU r.^XAR LAIfP 
ll milt* (r«ai til* an Wm« aaanlrb 
Rdad dwall bam. rhirkrn hduaa raa' 
tin*** and ^iooib (dtlaif Fhond XMllng 



Auctlanrrn Ktnra I9ts 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 



Frriuninarv ^olirp 



n ACREAGE FOR SALS 



LNMI BALa-Ck ACRB WlTM I.AAA FT 

I al ra< lambrr la atart taar MM* 
UfM. waiar aiaifabl* Frlr* if AVA F*/ 
larllMf pariKaiara |i4>AM I UM 

'INAT) ACRia. uLBR ijiick DtanucT 
s iivA-rAdw HAvaa ritr >iaM and aa’ar 
and AaUk a»T*a Iniil (r*ai Alt «i»aiad 
ntm tmnm batng built B URAAaraa 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY 



Mndarn 4>badranM baniaica nr 
aaan.Aanaain* ptrlaraMr 
daabia al.<«aint baarmaai and 
6il-0>llali* Aaauad ta Oab Ba«. 
•artk *( Uta Avaaaa ar aihar 
Miaat dinrwt. Win wt u* ta 



IiMMuclAtl by Mn O H Bcairrlt w« 
win AAll a( tha iMU Kaadmuidr'k 

rakifiAnra 

UNrVKRSITY SCHOOL 
RICHMOND ROAD 



FARMk FOR SALE 



Box 1778, Colonist 



■TiBAira. ATTaNTIONI - I WUX 
**M mg ik-aara (aiw andar OVA 
i Fnaa ai MA da* lAAd CaiMiiBi 



CENTRAL SAANICH 
I SMALL FARM 

|l 1*44 vitb 9-Ni|b«ar rmniafa. i«i*| r. 

, arrai. All brMa'ing gnod Aalldinga. AWar 
T-raaai kauar FruH!. natA WWWCA 
brrrlM 

CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

AM eoMtORART rr OFF errr ball 
n mi 

Id Band* « Rag IkMA 



TDtSDAY— li30 

•U thd 

VeliiHMr and Choice 
Furniture and Furnish- 
ings, Grandfather Clock, 
Mason & Riseh Piano, 
Fine Oyslal fHiandelier, 
British India (krpets 
and Rugs, Silver, Shef- 
field Plate, Brans, China 
and Crystal, Bed and 
'Table Linens, cic. 
Electric Range, Electric 
Refrigerator, etc. 

Partirulan wlU appear in WMk-tntf 
Pkpvr*. 

Gwtog to Impatonea of aiia 

View Timea 

will bA EawSay t-R StawSay 9 tM< 4 ^ 
TWadEay tiSS to SaNi TtoM. 

PIawj* (to not pafk In Univmity or 
HaafimiaiFr'A Oraunda. 



a«aU (»r»a fni* m>a m liv* tarra vrlrAd 
andar II A4M iMbartia* and 

•mdie alMnlia* aaaarad ta yaur lliUnka 

KENNETH J. DAVIS 

a Ant — BranliMi. B M *4 



PmOrBRTY FOR SALE 



Asarot Als atraa uadar mlttvau*". •tia- 
a*Ad (Aar and a hiil laOw Irwa Virlona 
In Baantrk Fua-rraw baogaM* aitb 
Mrga Wain! fwidi with tab (Mnn tnd Fr*- 
Alara Baanatnt and (uraan* Baga aad 
i«a rbirkan baaaM nraaoAnuaa. bnrtfat 
aod b«lba aod aavantdtn Datt*. an/v/\/\ 
TAtkl arlea BtUW 

Mr Dawnay 



DlAtmruL t'TLANOa HA 1 .F ACRV 
ax vtAW (T*M Mnuat BaAtr ta OaMaMa 
M. 1 A 8 Fbaaa a ffl« 

C iROieB BUTUMRO' LOtB. H ION FART 
y Untaa Avao** tn an* nbAtvutafv 
I'.'aUia tiraia. raratlaat tdli and dratstr; 

Fhana ARlan 41 J. 



At'CTIONEBRS 



nouse 

/ 

Ab 

Reprodnetfon 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

I AM CORMORAWr VT. OFF CTTV RAU. 



Otvw fear vwwodali Boor. 
Stfl formram. er lay oat< 



artkld in Alaatn PlwHic f lawh 
for Uiiiog bwaatfi Alanwr 
Soeto'c chip or crack anS 



Tonight, 80’clock 

At Ow Si l mrAdM 

1232 Esqnimmlt Road 



$5500 



Wa art ofTFriat for aalo; Pber bod- 
roem Fulta^ four ehretortioM rultoi, 
(ttiiing-roona tabto and Mx chair*, 
dtaetta Aabto and four chair*, drop- 
laJr tabla and throo ehalca. nleo 
aktoboard. aawni badi and Biat- 
xa a, two iiloo mahogany chain 
and oMdhlonii, thrvo-hankor gac 
range. PSwofu rang*. baAh tih wHh 
(apa. thrao alc« earpem. taolR eawa. 
knehiMwafB. ehinaware, eto. 

Pbr othffv detalia mo lektajdayY 
papVT 



tjNia BALB-CNOICt BOILOmo tA)T. 

" A*k UAAA. NiaB Bavvinaii, Atn 



iag SotAk Thar 



VICTORIA 



a aau— Lot m isam sak. OM, 

iaaM»>r<Ad ItrAAt tSI t II e Idi^ I 

« dAUI- LOT TWO BtOCCB FROM 
rttg >**(!* I « 4 t!M»rf>al Aaa« Ot iAt 

ice BUILD wo uot7 MAMOOLD 

4t*4«AM a V*4A 



KENT LIMITED 

MO Yatae Street 

VOGUE FURNITURE HOUSE 

•2J Fort Itroet 

DAVID SPENCER LIMITED 



GIVEN TO NATION 

wudctpord. gf»tw~4 cn. ^ 
Chltwiefe Rooav. buUl to Um iMh 
’oontwy to AIM third Bart Burtoto- 
|ton to bouao Ma ait tnltoiiTino. toa 
|b^ atvoo to Iha oauoB to toiddiA- 
IMS Oeootr OtxineU and B r wa U otd 
jaad Ohifwiak OouncSL 



Palmer-LuaW Co. 

Aarttooodv* and Apfrelian 
tst to COM SEieolte ptoltoua cna'UB MgtJOlALT B 04 B O 









Gillen^ 

. BIADE I 
^ DISPENSER 



Use Gillette Blue Blades with the Shorpest Edges Ever Honed 






THlt DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. FRIDAY. SKPTF.MBER 17, WS 



ifclM. filled With the Art of the i Sawunlc by gull* vh*r* h* <Ur*d 
auror* borewUa, on th* 



LPL ABNEB 



a Difference o Shmoo Makes 



^|^>norvuM , epfloy fore*. 



Hawk of ihe Wilderness 



puruy of th* Indian tnngiie* 



4 ^r-TMCT WCM.Oa BW a ™ 

mrHt»4jtA foraocoN-M. 



MOn/ WQUID 'OJ UKC ~ 

TO URN CTOO A WttMt 



i-OHf’toi/ru A 3n/eHT 
LADJf- fhf, BOA» A**y »vCa 
6/Ed' 'iOU A SSOQ OOO — 
bONlA. fmtkM TUti -itAftff 

‘BUr-Hf^M-hA'iBf ^CAM 
mf en LvtN Lsasfr^ 
QutsnoN CN£ cf 



Of thia emnlty Rand had no au«* 
piclon. h* had too outrh riM un 
hl5 mind. 

Mokuyt bovtver, amwerod Uh> 
vole* of a thouaand plumad and 
pjUnt«d anccaton Toward lh« end 
of lh« fti>t Winter th* Indian rea> 
ponded to the call of hi* blood, 
taking to wife an Indian maiden, a 
handsome girl named Awena. 
daughter of an Indian chief Two 
OwU. 

Spring came before the Ant cloud 
fell upon the happinee* of Rand and 
hU young wife. Stunned by the 



t^TOiC* VAU. bl S/WfHJL 
rOf> ThC CMAHCt TX> KGM?K 
/* ACU?5 A DAY. 7 DAYS A ^ 
WUM, fOA StOO AWrSJi 1 



'Muiiro WT'OM revel ln<*U lhl«r 
Hand cxclaUned to hi* wife one 
day. while writing in hi* log«boolt 
diary. 

“Poor Mumol** ah* murmured 
aofUy. with a trace ut lettdemeaa. 
"How he will be turning things up> 
■ide down to find uif If only we 
I could send him aocne reaaaurtnc 
Imeasage that we are safe!" 

I I have said that Rand woa the 
I reused of his new and aavage 
trlenda, the Shonl triboemen. One 
there was, Iwwevef. to whom the 
I coming of the white doctor was a 
I bitter pUl. 



•TOO- 

WISKT 



7mrmA/rvtAH£AfiDor' 
Af^ffH/Nd BCTTVi -A hO 
EfVairf.rl MTU. ACVt^ r 
TtlL 'KM/T'J — 



ISO abundantly populated the enUrt 
Northern Hemisphere. 

The appalling toll of human life 
token by wUd beasts exceeded the 
wont report* he had evfv heard 
concerning any land, not eaciud* 
ing tropic India at It* w^rst Tlgen 
accounted for ih* greatest number 
of deaths, though bean mnimed and 
disfigured many. Depredations by 



CHAPTER n 

Bunilng. fishing, or traveling 
along the forasi'derltencd riven 
of the Interior, Rend obeerved * 
Wilde roe* of amaxmg oomplexlty. 
■tarUlng ly reminiscent of the gloomy 
equwtorleJ fuoglee In South Amerloa. 
All along the rivers eomeahing rl* 
etas of wild Tines cast Uieir Strang' 
ela«p about the towering walls of 
th* great trees. Sometimes, along 
Ihe narrower streams, the Indians 



had to hew a sray through the over 



a mother, and with hti arms pro- 



lex Ra> moQi 



and ambittou* savage but reoently 
inducted into the office of witch- 
doctor. A wooden skewer pierced 
the septum of his noee, overbold 
m * fece marked as cruel by cloee- 
set brooding eyes, which were 
framed between long dangling 



Of these Journeys Rarul kept a often they scarce dered speak of 
written record which rivals any- 1 a beast which personified the 
thing left by those early pathfinders cruelty of the mighty forests round 
of the New World about them. 

The presence here of certain ant* Rand's consideration for Helena, 
msls peculiar P> Asia— notably the even more than the Umltatloos un- 
greet blue*homed wild ox, the long- posed by the rigors of Winter, put 
haired Sibertan tiger snd the snow- a limit to overlong Journeys by foot 
le/^pard of the upper mountains— ' or canoe,, but pelnstektngly he re- 
let] him to conciu^ that Nsto'ws | corded his thoughts on th* probable 
was the fecund, teeming nursery of | latitudes In which he found hlm- 
tbe animal species which had oncelsef; on the glorias of the Winter 



tecUngly about her, she told him of 
her fears, while tears trembled to 
her lovely eyes. 

Although Rend would gladly have 
allayed his wife's tears for her un- 
born, isrtce srlthln a month enemy 
warriors had fallen upon the cande- 
men of Hnpeka, killing several, and 
the mourning walls from various 
part* of the vUlage were driving 
Helena into despair. 



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COAMOAANTj VQU 
LOOK *« >r icy 
MO setn . 

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boirnurr...T>« 
IU£Z*eLA^lCE K 



saorr a cmakmp« cdmA-ii'Cnt/ 
LAOV HAMILTON VM A gAgAT 
BeALrTV...Z HAO NO lOCA MV ' 
«(VSTtR.iOU8 MSr OOULO 
6fSOde»aou6i 



UO 1 M£> LO «OCA 
.. rrajvT. vMg 
Lsuo* A uo^v 
UOV/ SIT 
OOON. tti 
OfAA... y 



(T't fiCCN TAkruCARC 0*. 
Plea* g/T ecAv, us* $ 
_-ri^ ACQLMiLTra.. 



Then open 
warfATW broke out tn the northerly 
and exhausted runners. 



mountains: 
braving the dangers of the open 
forests, came fainting Into Hopeka 
with the news that massacre raged 
up and down the mountain fron- 
tiers. 

I <To Be Continued) 



breast, which was girdled by a 
string of human scalps. 

A strange and terrible figure, he 
looked at first with amased re- 
sentment upon the superior efficacy 
I of Rand's medlrlne* over his own 
icharnu. amulets. Incantations, and 
the other supersiiMous adjum-t^ of 
his dark Idolatry. Later on he came 
newcomers with 



BLO.NDIE 



A'ou) They've Seen Everylhinft 



OUDg 



ACTOItB AS MANNKQLTNg | 
LONDON ccn.->A novel method 
of displaying men's clothes srtll be 
used this month at an exhibition 
to celebrate the diamond Jubilee of 
Britain's National Rederatum of 
Merchant Tailors. 'Twelve male ac- 
tors dressed by Brilalo’s leading 
tailors will act a specially written 

pi*y. • , 



e I STOP wrTM 
» TME vacuum - 
i. 04 . MISS MV J 
BUS 



\ PASWOOn ON \OUP 
( WAV TO TH 6 OPFCE ‘ 



OPOP TVie VACVXJM 
ATTWt ELECTWaANS 

TO ee penm(?eD r* 



to hale 

the Implacable and rankling hatred ' 
,of the aboriginal religious fanatic. 

I HU malignity was the more violent 
because the arrival of the Cherokee , 
had Interfered with hU welMald i 
plans for recruiting new members ' 
into the secret Long-Knife So- 
ciety. of which he was the leader, 
and through which he aspired 
eventually to replace and overthrow i 



■MARY NORTH’S FA.UlLY 



WILL 

COUNTING SHEEP 
HELP YOU TO 

SLEEP? 



THIS IS THE LAST STORY . . . 
1 promise you. sbout our fishing 
. . . out on ths blue. The porpoises, 
you'll remember, went undet our 
boit, in the originsl cpic-«ode-we- 
wrotc. And I'd collapted, swinging 
sn oar, do you need s new washer? 
W* have the THOR. Jost S146.50 
down at our store, so silent it 
WON’T . . . slids around on your 
floor. Anyhoa . , . way out on this 
tuy, we Again got our crMt . . . 
under way. “What do U s*y. wc 
haul in the lines, those we had 
^tangled . . . like valentines. Chuck 
this fishing for a apell/' “THAT" 
. . . she repbed. “would suit me 
swell 'Cause maybe those blackfish 
will B back, just sired us up ... on 
their first tsek.” 



CAN'T YOU 6CT TO NlKk'.MR4. WORTH? 
/E4 TlC0AV in MitWAUKlE,! TRilO TO 
FAlK T0HEP.8UT THAT JUNIOR 6HA0C 

4VISCjALI SECKONEO AND ^ -- 

i Ht E0U0w£0--«ttK. y p ■:: : 

M A %PAMKE0 t 

PUPPY! /Tfi lr== 



YOU CAN HEAR THEM NOW tf 
WOmTEN'.-.lNTHE NEXT 
ROOM!- -AND BEAUTlFUt Af 
TSCMAUtOWVaY'4 MUYIC 14. > 
l'M0tTTIN6A ' 

SIT TiRioof--y‘;2a 



I'M UAEMY ASOUT HER, (ART! 
• 4HE HAA FEAR IN HER tVEIr!- - 
AND THH> ENDUfV REMEARVN6 
I together. - hour after moor- 



HTTlt lOlCT 
iCO ARE NOT 
■^rRYINO’ j 



MTMOaiHlNoutofyourwork.mort ^ 

fun outof your play by keeping your- ^ 

self clean innde. Reel inocr cleanli- f| 

ocM can put a new spring in your y 

step. * brighter twinkle in your eye. B 

go start tomorrow off with a spar- iff 

kltng, bubbling gleas of ANOXXWt 
Uver Selt. ^ 

Anoexwt Is not "just eiKitbcr 
laxative’’ — it's a srienUAeally pre* miauv 
pared »sUnm *r>d mntmeid. Hw'l i«„«, c-Im 

bow it docs its healthful work; 

miT . . . Ammiwa cleans end sweepe awi 

refreshee the mmitb ar>d tongue. poisons. ci 

NIXT.. ANDBiWBSweetcnssour constipetim 

•tomscb and corrects excess TryANongt 

acidity. morning. Oet 

T>«N ... AKMtwi work* oo the insist on getti 
bver to check bdiouaDcea. oot a subMitu 

fHE lOiAl FORM OF lAXATiyf 



If steeplessnees is caused by beine 
overtui-fi, nervous, run-down and 
worhe<l — it iskrs more than 
"counting sheep" to help you 
slrefi. Tnougi) >nu Icjs* and turn, 
hour after h'*ur. y«*u can't "aikh'' 

yourself In aleen' 

Many bml inat taking a tonic 
regu^r/y is l>me6cial— end help* 
them rest inure easily at mcht. 
And Dr. Chaw's Nerve K'wcl it 
6ru rhrrtce with thouunds! For 
the V'lamm Hi, iron and other 
needed minerals it omtsm* are 
wimetunrs just what your svstrm 
l4ck>. And Dr. Chase’s Servo 
Food does IV. much to huUd you up 
— by increasing appetite and im- 
pr'oing digeatem. ^ 

S)if Worry, anxiety.* run-dnwn 
amdilNHi or the tlrenuoui pace of 
modern livirig is up»ettu>g -,-rsuf 
oervea an you can't relax and rest 
— try taking Dr. Chase's Serve 
Fonn for s while. The name "Of. 
OiAAc' ' ts your eaaurancs. 1 1 



ht7.h. i'l* fAe*c new coal and 
tfood rongtt and you’ll tay 
9>Uh uj they are fops. £ipe- 
tially becoute all gleaming 
»hrte enamel, with roil, only 
5125 00 



JOHNNY IIAZAKD 



By Frank Kobbiiit 



usre TUW COMA ACAIN . govs / 
sermjoesT-utAQ..ut%LBASse 
OP TUK kirr metoe/ tenoc< wim 

OFX^ANPAAAVgg TLS n^TU. 

QAcme > w 



Mor«oRAcr Mor«v.. 
TLCHT NUMICR ONS 
toy rg RALLVISM TVigM 
*5— f again,.. 



ANDREWS SMT (/?5r 



so ... we wound in our hawsers 
about each board, then stowed ’em 
away ... up forw’d. Then I gave 
her the gas. all she'd take. "Colly 
. . . Look . . . sure kicks up a wake ” 
We ip*ed s beautiful yacht, 'bout 
a mile sway, riding at anchor . . 
th* head of th* bay. ''Let'e,’’ I sed. 
"steer for that. 1 wish 1 had . . . 
s yachitmsn’s hat. Maybe then . . . 
wc could sorts pretend, we too . . . 
had s yecht . . . and a dividend." 
"Oh . . . don’i B silly, go high- 
hatiia. we're just the type to own 
a flattie" "Humph . . . that'* what 
YOU think" <wc sure were tearing 
o'er th* drink). And pretty coon 
. . . atow-ahead. thia 40-fi yacht 
. , . gav-spirit-ed. 



By J. Miilur\l att 



FOUR. PCOPLC WCJXK. 
JAURPBRaD IN TKB 
F»R.ST,*^ ACT OP 
If - ‘ FLOP'S 

V;} MBW 



- AL.L fk.lGHT 



W 7 C am EM AGAIN . . 

theie wofnuf mogoiine foMes 
. . . do double duty a» an end, 
coffer or magaiine table . . . 

SM .50 . . , tame leto priee 
at b'hfnre. 



Maybe in the Ixtng Run Jeff ff'as Lucky 



By Bud Fiiihcr 



> £*€5 N «XO ' 
Shape, cm? mow 
MUCWDPYOU c 
WantA^rit? j 



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TvefTTy 



Tharw'i o 
n«w Gitlafta 
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long F lean t/teifcr- 

field tablet . . . one of the meit 
utelul of idt ,, , $ 17 . 50 , in 

toninut finiih on hnrdofood. 



ond rwady for 
your Olllolto 
Rozor. 



THE NEBBS 



Closing the Deal 



so ACROSS THE RAY . . . 
aterteH out. shout 7 milee . . I 
guecMd about 1 sprawled beck, and 
ted to the wife, "some fun, eh . . . 
This Is the Life" Splutter . . . 
■pluMer . . . from th* engine-room, 
"we’re out* ga* ... I did preeume." 
*Oh." she replied . . . that familiar 
moan, "yep." I sed . . . "dry as a 
bone. LOOK." t cried, "her* come* 
s ship, look hflplrte . ■ on that 
oar tie yonr slip. Seen o’er the weter 
again we d»d go. we'd had every- 
thing else . . . and now e sow 
"Now DONT feel emb«na*a*d." 
1 sed to my the, "being rescued la 
. . the fhit lew of the e*a " "Yea," 
she replied, "ihe* I know, but I’ve 
always ^tsd ... MY SUP TO 
SHOW^ 



ORUSH VPIEASUBC \PWF)ABeO’K> \0ABSAJN X)CKT 

» 1 iaStOvO TOOOOUSNESS^ AS l«iM ASlFEeL TOO OApy 
CPAtJOAiywm^yoaA/TiOOOflCR'TVtE/ ABOUT IT. ^ 
V BUT. J Bmr \ QGMTSIO X HR.bmOBl 



MAVETvC/jT is 
1 CASH ifsoo 

wnvNDu?) Cr ^ 



• Hert’g the marvelloua new Oillett* Blade Digpenecr to 
BMke thaving far more convenient than ever befor e. The 
modern plaatic container bolda 20 
■uper-keen OiUettc Blue Blades and 
denla them out one at a time . . • 
unwrapped and ready 



/ 20 GfM«tf« J 

W BluBBIod«fi- 
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fer your Gillette Raaor. Th* blade* 
art perfectly protected at all timea. 
‘ntay readi jrou factory-eharp *nd 
glay that way until uacd. Get a 
Oitktta Blade Diapenaer. You pay 
ooChlBg extra . . . Jtwt tha regular 
ivtee of the btadca. 



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liiHed 



yoiCS 



RCA Victor 



coBiptlltion hara vm * Mn. PMch. 



STOBI 



DELICIOUS 



THE DAILY COLDNIST. VICTORIA. B.C. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1948 






^Jusic \ ppreciation f'oss t f > 1 1 ities 
Unlimited in Victoria, Gruber Says 



Than U no and <tf poaaWllUt for 
Uu advaaeamont and apprtciaUon 
a aympboolc mualc in VtctorU In 
Um opinion of Hani Oruber. brou«bt 
from Toronto bjr tiM Victoria 8ym> 
phcmy Bodatj to conduct Ita alt^th 
acaaon of conearta. 

‘Hueb op port uni Uaa an daiar* 
mined by the attitude of the pub< 
Ue," eald the youthful conductor, fol* 



(»r( w f; j ^ ft iiii r-' 

tendon and hoped they mlcht bo 
tranaftrrad from OahaUa to the Bor- 

sentences , 

The three were found fuUty In 
\f .1 'I ^ Revelatoka and Vanoourer of ataai* 
I If I flllt nC I fl In« auiomobllaa. Bvtdeooe war that 
Vfl lUUilld^ XU autle a ear in Vanooum. 

•entencaa of throe li-yoar-dd •t*rt«l to drlre to Alberta, but wore 
youtha. who told the Appeal Court arroeted at lleveleloke 
they did not want io $o to Oakalla ' They raid they did not want to r> 
prtaon. wore reduced from II month* I to Oakalla becauae they were afraid 
to one year by the oourt yootarday. they "ml«ht learn thlnft ihor#.” 



The court eald the redurtloo waa 



terday. “Juditat by Uia enthuaiaam 
and kindneaa ahown ma by the peo- 
ple of Victoria alnaa my amtal, 
there should be eeery opportunity 
for the continued advancement of 
aympbook muale hero.** 

■ Mr. Orubtr arrived by plane at 
noon yaeterday and wae |yeot*d by 
Jack Barraolooih. Audrey 8i. D 
Johnaon, 6. J. D. Clack and War- 
ren Martin of tha Victoria Sym- 
phony Society ozacuttva. FoUowlnc 
lunch at the Bmpreaa Hotel. Mr 
Onnwr met other memberi of the 
dlrootoratc. Laat nlfht be wae on- 
tcrtalned by Mlea Sara Spenoar at 
an “at home.'* whero he waa In- 
troduced to orchaetia penonnaL 
OMLT tl 



-CeloniM pa*t« OMLT tl 

Naw "trackleas" main tboroaghfsre will be open to motoriait when Fort Street le finUhed. Centre pertloR Foeaibly thf youpcmt aympboolc 
of atreet below Cook Street torn up duiiai track ratnoval will ba paved level with aide portion. Street conductor In Canada Mr. Oruber 



above Cook will have alota w^rt tracki were paved. Picture show* Fort lookini toward* downtown 

from Cook. 



Announcements 



Balvay* CeUeetioni The SaJvailoo 
Army will pick up from your door 
aalvaga of all kind*. Uaad clothlns 
ahoea, fumlturt, your rafa. housa* 
hold maltreaaea.* carpet*, rufs. car- 
ton bore*, newtpaperi. mafazine*. 
renderod fata. Whan you glva || 



Canadian Travel Bureau Head 
Says Tourism Aid to Unity 



waa bom 31 years ago In Vlanna. 
With hii fam^. ba cam* to Can- 
ada In IMS after eeveral yean of 
mueje study in various European 
centre*. Hie family fled Csecho-Blo- 
vakla in 1931 before tha IfaB In- 
vaalon to aetUo In Toronto. 

Ran* Orubv atiandbd Ibt Unlnr- , 
atty of Toronto, obtaining his BA 
degree In phUoeophy. Be eervad; 



HANS GRUBER 



wSrTvou^^^ ***• Victoria and Island Fublicity Bu- _ . . . _ - 

ijt Om Arm¥ u ii tn halo toward aeubllahmeot of reau. and thanked ^ ' Rw«if lola 

.national unity tn Canada was Edgalow. chairman of tha Ohambar DntlSIl*YSr36l 

jet r esaed by D. Leo Oolan, baad of of Commerce tourht trade group 

Vlclee Melt Aaa#anoao-Leclure,“’» C*nadlw Trawl Bureau. In Pleano 

^umday ^vei^lpr*^ ** ^ Bmpreaa Hotel yaeterday. | Case Remanded 3US 

^ 4 In Saanich Court Meetings Heri 



evenlnp, I Oh-9 30. Studio. 119 geography." 

Pandora. Lecturm etan week of| Anyone Uaveiing through Can- 



Meetings Here 

C 



with the Army Intalllgroce own declalcns.'* he declared. "Music 

Corps and was amoclaU conductor I ^ • highly competitive fleld."* 
of the rntvenlty of Toronto 6ym- 1 Mr. Oruber ooqim to Victoria with 
phony OrchMlra before serving for| a general love tor all muale. Ha en- 
three yean as Its conductor. itertaina no preference for any par- 

While at unlversUy. Mr. Oruber J compoetr. 

trained and conducted a mixed' The likeable darli-haired conduc- 
chorus of 900 Toloes, tnede up of tor’s IntereaU ar* not llmucd en- 
I members of the student body He Urely to the world of music. Rt U 



Mr., Uur. M.tch.11. T« N«port Dominion caovmrUon ot Ui. Brti- ' “*?' I 



Mpumb., Jl. lor twM.. irrrk. •'«» ftl™* •■'<1 f«<* •'a.k.u., wu rrm.n<M until Uir lrt.fcr.rl World F«lw.Uon wUl bt "‘.1.^1“ ^ "« 



bromlw ouUook on in. Dominion. „iu„, m s„nloh pollrr court .U(r0 In Vlclort. from W«lnr«l.» * ° ”7 , ,7'“ 



Early Chryaenthemam ihewj P*^Wem* and Its people. i after evidence was heard yesterday to Saturday next week, 

sponsored by Oak Bay Kiwanit Club.| "All CanedUne should know ona jon a charge of driving a caf while Mayor Percy B. Oeorga will for-! 
la being held from 1 till 10 pm, on another better and more about their .under the influence of liquor. mally open the first of two public' 



Sergl Kouaeevltxky al the Berkshire tertng 
Music Centre. motors 

He has Just completed a Bummer Mr. 



auumobile ' 



Mr. Oruber will be staying with 



Prlday and Saturday. Sapt 17 and c«««try aa greaur knowledfs Isads ^ Oarew MarUn, defano* counsel, mass meetingi Thursday night at ^ ^kland 



II. In the Oek Bay High Rcluwt td great* unity. 



I first naked for dlirmlmal of the Pint Baptist Church. 



cisco Symphony’s notad oooductorHl Avenue, for tha next few days 



Auditorium. Proreeda are for Klwa- United States visitors to Canada rharge. contending that the accused Presided over by Commlealoner 



Pierre Monteus. 



wlU take up hi* duties ImmedUtelyl 



nuuiiifi lum. r <u« wujww VMlWJn W v.w. w-wm.muw.vxv. ai«„- K« w.,.. . _ rU , 4 . 

ni* project*. Admission 3le, Free laat year spent WM.OOO.OOO and it had flm been charged with danger- iRev.> I. J. Sprtngett. Toronto, nf five Mr Oruber 'nnminv r*f the evmnhonv aefiM m» 

.. w - . «... fw- .111 ,u^,„„>.|muslc at the age of five. Mr. oruber , opening of the symphony sfhei He 



dr.. ...h nUht lor . prl» pl«t. U mo,, Uuu iaM,l)00,«» «« drtvta* Th. rh.W cwi._.m'.« .III lpl. r..l tlipu^d. ^ .U.mpU l« d.. . rrtir.«.d th. wbh tb.l .p, Uulru. 

.mb. .P.M th. r..r . .P 7'*' •" Toupptrr.. lu,,„l.ll.u. not .lre.dr nKoibra, 

C.IMU« for mirnrid 'tln* rKord him ^ hi. cUrnl In . mort Hm- wi-hlMtloo. field HC ,oun, «,uld .udlUon for pUcw In ih. 

Fernwood, Ml, Tolmle W# coU*t, Everyone benenta from Canada* .‘‘V* ^*** Jeopardised^ fr- ^ decided upon by orchailra, AppIleaUooa should be 

rege. P*P«r*. houaahold maureaeaa tourist Industry, Mr. Oolan said, i^™ Mitchell* Interesu m a c*’^^** ...w.. ,*.« cn.wi-. 4 «« young people themecives when made bv letter care of the secretary, I 



■ WWM, . . - . - ~ Bt.hln •*» H JVtllJ* b<l«U4»CJ.W« .T BT iC 4 

and all kinds of botUaa Phone, Me advocated Improienienl of **• »« ..nir* ik. »^-Kin«k *^y 1*1* Broed Street 

* MU. highway, throughout the Dooiinlon. ^ ^ «>• opportunl- 

ai>d better tourist accommodallon* Kf obtaining her own doctor « 

EaielU M. Kelley, reg phyal4>> If Ui# tourist Industry was to prtja- ^ examined by nutm.ii* *** 

theraplet. Ml Union Bldg., View Bi-lper further. Head for completion of |* L. XcNIven. whom, Mr. Martin: „ .. ^ . ■ •AI-mIL^-o A-m U jaLea TL* 

Eat M year*. Oolimlc Irrlgatt- ns Tr^Caaada Highway n,rt« vlOtnCS DO MSKC I HI 

reduetng. short and chrono w*v**.!al*o streaaad. by Baanleh. I ph*ye.„y ^ ^jjt in ■ 



massage, etc. E9131. 



'Clothes DoMakeTheMan’ 



The British Columbia Oovemment Hi* appUcatlon was rajected by followera awav from ehurchw 



waa praiwd for lU recent action Magiatrau Henry C. Hall, who aaUJ'of thmr choice declaring that the 

Daa't Kipertownt with your hair. compulKiry registration of all h* was not familiar with any prln- g^up encouraged Ite members to 
partleulsriy In the use of cold tourist eiubUahmenu and the dple which would allow him to or-' go back to thetr own churchm with 
wave klU. The extra coat Is trivial eetung of mlnlnum standards. der dismissal or withdrawal of the thair faith renewed j 

at the Victoria Halrdrmirtni Sfh-iGl. The spMker wu Introduced byt herr-. ^ __ | 

Suite V: T3t Port St. E IMl. George Warren. commJeeloner of the The chargg followed an accident LILLBY. Hertfordshire. England' 

'W Cordova Bay Road on Sunday,! CR.-^udge at a prase^ed fruit 



WHEN CORRECTLY DRESSED 
ON THE 10 PAYMENT PLAN 



THE ST. JAMES TAILORS in. 



A good lime U make raaervaUoBa 

for ‘Xhaaksflvlng week-end. Oc- 
tober 9. Is now. Shawnlgan 
Hotel from 99 00 for two, all la- 
elusive. 



-I To Visit Port 



{September II about I pjn. 



633 YATES ST. 



B 2711 



HoUl from 99 00 for two. all la- United Sutw Navy i power- 

ful destroyer escort Robert r. Keller. 
A_ commended by Ucui. L. A. Bell. 

virtort. ctupur a, «11 hold • *' 

..l.nd« u.,^o«,U. rpopi. Bud. 7*77? 77'“'’ ** 

A civic welcome has been planned. 
In which the mayor and council of 
. ru Albem! will play ieadlag role*. 

Wtodermere RetH rHiUn*-Ro£3a ^,„hlp wUl dock st Port Al- 

U open daily from • am. to 3 Cj,^ and will remain 

and I pm. to 1:» pm. A quiet pl»« following morning- 

for an enjoyable bmwI. | 



^ ^ LOHOON CF).— Mrs Mary Craig. 

OM B. Leweeiherg. Swedish Mas- uridow of a tea eaptalu. has Just 
muf pHvate trwtmeay in homes o*j^ud her 102nd birthday. 
unUl new officaa avaUabla. Tele- - - - - 

phooe 12311. TIm Chalet, fieep Ceve. Chieten 

_ dinners. luBcheana. teas Please ‘ale- 

•»«to It. Hardy. D.C, Bpeclfle p^fl^e Sydney «3F. 

Chiropractor, wishes to announce 

the opening of his new offleea, Bpeelal Wlater raUa al the Is- 
1139 Blanshard Street. EMM .lend HaU Hotel. Park»nUe. Phone 

I for particulara. Parkevtlle «#. 

Pvtele make exeetteni glfte — New ~ 

ahtpcMDt of Imported quality prints W. J. Fraser, Chlrepedlet 01 T.. 4 
al the Marionette library, lOll' closed September 19 teSeptember 20,, 
Douglas Street. IMI. For appointments, B 403*. 



R. U. Knight, your tamUy photog Air Shew. Aaturday. Sepc U, 
rapher. whoas atm Is to make your Pamela Bay Admission Me. 

portrait live. Studio. 719 Fbrl' - — 

Street. 0 7912. I The Air Rhew Raoea. Pamela 

I Bay. Sapt. li. 9 p.m. Admlsskm 79o.' 

Arc Ina O. D. UhtheS. OBJL • — • * 

Studio opens 20th September. Junior I Chtrspsdiel D. B. Caird. O.8.C.. 
and adult groopa. Pboot 8 B9S9. 929 Port Straec B 1712. 



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,THK DAIt.Y COI.ONIST. VICTORIA. B.C., FRIDAY. SEFl'EMBER 17, 1<H« 



Second Ship 

•rlM* tun* patrol boot, Tht laor^. 
will Uwre here tomorrow for w*Un 
■urrouiwUnc Cape ruuary and Do- 
•tructloo lalaiut to proipect for tuiu 
ruh. The KlUnat ha« bam patrol* 
iDf WmI Ooait tuna flah waUn 
during tha Summer to aid fUber* 
men to locale Che roving bade of 
tuna. I 



Herring Exports Slip 



ACHES 



No lar^ Buropean orders hare been placed lor ^ritUh raaca oi herring weta producad ao- 
ColumbUt canned hening this year and prospects of any nuaDy in snuah | 

overseas shipments of this product appear slim at the a 4 o.oo(Moq quou for herring hai 
present time, fisheries officials have reported. been mi for iha year* hemog ftah> 

The Induatry appear* to be aUpptng Ing operaUone on the Eaet Coact of 

back to lU prewar eUUu. with morej A* P^cm aro higher. , l*l»od Ko quota haj been 

berrlnf earmarked for oU and meal I 1b prewar day*. BrlUah Columbia ^ water* off the Weti Ooaet, 
than for human cooeumpiion. I produced about 25,000 caaea of ber«' but the chief eupervUor of ftaherlea 
TVie herring ftahlng aeaaon opened ring annually, end inoec of the catch' haa the power to halt operaUuna in 
Septamber I, but there ere few, went to foreign marketa, the re- theae water* If needed lor ««- 
BiitUh Colu m bia flahermen seeking' maindrr i^ reduction pianta. laervatlon. 



Jama* Cerroiher* of Waetem Whal- 
ing Corporation, have been rcepon- 
Bible for the catching of IM whalee 
to date, arcortflng to a report re- 
ceived from Fort AlbemL The 
whaling company, which atarted 
operations early IhU Summer, oper- 
atee a tUUon at Ooal Barbor, VJ. 

The whalee landed to date average 
50 tons each. It la claimed. 



KiA»yPaU,bi(h«UM 



Dod(h Kid nev Pills 



Ma. Aorangl paid a brief call to 
Victoria late yeeterday afternoon on 
her return trip to Auairalla and Hew 
Zealand. During a two-hour stop 



amgers, a (aw automobile*, and 
Bome mail. 

Carfo from Victoria was loaded 
when the ahip flrat arrived here. 

Vlctorlana Bailing in the ahlp In- 
clude Charlm Smith. Mr*. Betaie 
KUiotl. Mia* M. F Laxton. »&Im H. 
NichoUon. and Ivan 8 . Day. 

Foreign Exchange Control Board 
rifuUttooa prohibited any vlattora 
going aboard the Aorangl ben yea- 
terday. Such regulatlona apply to 
all outgoing veaaela, and an de- 
aigoed to pnvenl qddlUboal quah- 
UUaa of money being paaaed on to 
departing paasengen. 



Sa. Prlnceaa AdaUide, of C.P.R.'* B.C. Coast Staamahip Service, will 
b« taken out of aervice and offered for aate next month, according to 
report! from company ycaterday. She ia bow oa B.C. mainland coaatal 
ran. Ve*a«l ia IS year* old. and ia on* of three eoon to be diapoeed of by 
tha C.P.R. Other two era Princeea Charlotte and Pnnceaa Alice 



High Operational Costs 
Force Ship Withdrawal 



Marine Pietet 



Notice to Marineni 

Three day beacuna hav* been ca- 
labtUhed in Tahaia Narrow* in Noot 
ka Sound. T. B Morrlaon. acting 
agent of the Department of Trana- 
purt. aald yesterday. 

They are at the following loca- 
tions: The north side of Tahiis Nar- 
row!, latitude 4t* 51' 41” north and 
longitude 124* 41* 06” west: the south 
side of Tahaia Nsrrowa. latitude 49* 
51' S9” north and longitude 126* 41' 
30” west; and the west side of Tso- 
win Narrow*. Tahsla Inlet, at lati- 
tude 49* 46' 36” north and longitude 
136* 28’ 27” west. 



Due to ‘^exceptionally high" costs of operation, the 38- ^ 
year-old. 3,000-ton B.C. coast steamship Princess Adelaicfe 
will be withdrawn from coastal service next month and 
disposed of. ac«)rding to officials of the C.P.R. 

A familiar sight to up-coast and Vancouver Island 
residents for many years, the Adelaide will ^ult the Van- 
couver-Ovean Falls-Prince Rupert service after her arrival 

In Vancouver October 14. , 

High wage* and cxUemcly heavy > Servica will be revised to Include 

«j<l COM .r. .Id u, b, Ih. two:“«“ ^ Mllh-bound coU. « 

[ Ocean Falls. 

principal factors govemlnf the pres- . . . . 

. ... Princess Adelaide la not equipped 
em uneconomical oporaUon of thel^ ^ automobllm. and therefore 

eteamahip. Deciaion to Uke the ship of no uae In relieving the demand 
out of service was reached after llffor car apace on other routes oper- 
waa aaecrUlned that other O.PJl.|ated by the ateamahlp company. The 
ooaet ships and existing aervicea of: veaael will be told, 
ether ateamahlp lines would serve sh* was bOUt in BeoUand to 1910 
communltlea after ber withdrawal.’ at the ftmoua Fairfield ahlpbuUding 
It wu also annouiKOd that ached- yards, and coouDcnced aervice oo 
•lea of Che B.C. Coast Steamship this coast In 1911. 



tftoNiNa BoaBoa 
fUfuler uaa. *«u bi»c*e 
BMrdt la ta*l« itngth 
Mekt* IrwUna O Q 0 

•Mlir. Eeeb C»90 



nBarLACt acaxxNa 

N*« thiaintni la flvt-neah 
blevk MtMn. S-mcU»b ivp« 

hrsM iris. 7 OC 

Good *alu* at fl avO 



MOTOB 

aiMb« baartaa. awitau b«rt> 
aentaUjr. Cm »uh we«*r 

STS--*” 19.50 



OLD XMOUiB wax 
9-lk tint IM only lU* aa« 
p«r la OriM le bate, tong- 
Uetln* liutrt 
eaorut. s-lb. ua 19 



waar* aasaxTs 

Metal batkaw (ar badrooca. 
library ar dtn. Oraco. oink 

*r biwa MaSium CT# 
an* Of 



MINI T* Moni 
Wa»ha* noon without •loaa* 
in* Maid* il Umn |(» 
**l*ht la aiaUtura O A A 

Wim arlTW'r £«09 



The resoluUoD waa sent over the 
algnature of Capt. J. D. PrenUce. 
prNldent of the aaaoclaUoo. Coptea 
will be lent to all naval ofticeri’ as- 
•oclaUona, aervice organlaatlena and 
aervice clubs throughout Canada. 



GSaBSCB rSNB 

Htary a a a 1 1 1 y. ruttpraaf 
cam la lar*« aaloear ua« 
gitra heavy betiaai cIom- 

r- 6.96 



WOODBN WASaibO 
aiACBiNia 

Rand oaaraue Rlrana hard 

•*«*4 29 Sfl 

aanctnKUan . 



7-qv cAKMgaa 
Natianal caanan aiad* by 
"P t • • i a ' aantifa^iuran 
Bole* t auart aaalar* May 
ba H**e a* on 71a 
taaticr* wU« I V 



CRAia SKAT covias 
■aft kapok eaf*r*e with 
aawiabi* plaallc. Ti*a la 
aoy chair. AAtf 



aaooMB 

4-8uaae. pura, ftaa core 
breaau aUb aBoatb handla. 

r 1.00 



BiviaiiBLX Moea 

fluiff. e<u 4 abaorbaat. with 
«ira fraata. aaMoUily na- 

ubae hareoeae e a A 

bandN Opacial la 19 



SIOMACfi 



Ask Defences Increased 



Immediate steps to strengthen Canada’s defences, as a 
safeguard against another war, have been advocated by 
members of the Victoria Naval Officers' Association. 

A telegram to thw efrvet has been ~ 

sent to Frim* Minuter Mackenxle, world wan has been *‘tha lamenUble 
King, following a reeent mteUng. waaknaaa of Uio defence forces of 
of tha local organisation. \ the democracica.** and. that ”expen- 

Iha telegram r«ad that the Oov- , dlture on national defence la the 
tmmenl ”ahould be held rasponaihle finest aaaurance against war,'' the 
for furthering the chances of an- telegram stated, 
other arar if U should fall to in- Canada's praaent defance forces 
crease defence forces to a very much are "rcgrttUbly weak in proportion 
greater extent ** to wealth and population. It waa 

Principal causa of tha last two etrmaad. 



Take fw/A^PEPTO-BESMAl 
sad feci g«^>-d eguo. 

GET FAST 3-WAY RELIEF 

1. Helps calm and soothe the 
upset. 

3. Helps retard (armeotaiioo 
and forastion of gat. 

5. Helps •wcena sod settle 
stomseb. 

Whenever you suffer from add 
iodigestioo, faesrtbura, diar- 
rhoea or other comaoo 
digestive distreas, take plcsMoc, 
aootbiag — 



BANDWU-B TOASTXaa 
TstfU t* a n«l br»«D> Coeka 
•ffs. bacon, ■tvake. Met 

in AC 



TBIG COrPXR TKA 

Ksrrue* 

Nee at Utia lev bodevt 
prlM* Quick haatln* copper 
boiMPi with ebroa* puim 
tep Wbuuin* j AC 

type 9.90 



ui.va Miaaoae 

IJ a M-inch alM with rcpSy- 

to-palni rraoM. oivu tuU 

view «f h«Ut..bpd- 2 QA 
tonna. at*. fc .90 



OABOKR CARTS 
For iattaenof iaavaa, thruba, 
*rau Orreo ananeUS matal, 
rubbar-Orad H A|> 

wheel* Re* latl 0.90 



CLOTRaa BAfBfTa 
Flnaly woven willow with 
■tunly odO bABdlea for eoey 
aarryutf ^ Aj- 

klecUuB etae ... 



aiTciuN waaii cams 
•tep>«n typo with eoaneloa 
insert. White with e aa 

rod uia. Xarh * .90 



^0/9 f oeucfoi^s eoeiifaH 

Eveuy TIME WITH 



Besmal 

AND mi G-O-O-0 AGAIN 



aaxAo soxaa 

Rail-tap atyl* that bolda I 
M « ionvae of bread arlebt, 
Phiu enamel ptib e ^A 
rod trial, lath I a I 9 



a-ci'F FsacoLAToas 

Quick beating oluaiinua 
wUb tneert and glaai tnp 
Ineulated bandJe e aw 

Bath . Ie40 

a-cup alM. 



U)I«0-BA.UDLCD SBXAaa 
Border sbnara Plib IS.lncIi 
bnitdlee. * - inch Bbarnekl 
■taal bUdae. M m aw 

paife only. Fair * 



OVX.S MITT* 

Frutert your hand* agaiBM 
■van bum*. 69^ 



CLaCTBlC MXATXaS 
as Only. l.OM-wait bniera 
to panabie style. Clreuiatas 
wana air autebly ChreoM 
aituaiQPA hnlab ^ ^ ^0 



They’re gently rolled and 
roasted the old-time Scottish 
way. That's why Ogilvie 
Oat* ire ao much better. 
That's why each deliciously- 
tender, whole-grain fiskc 
tastes so much better. When 
you ssk your grocer for 
Osts, ask for Ogilvie Oats, 



Miss Jean Wilson 



Special representalive of 



will be it The BAY 
Toiletris* Dept., Street Floor 



BBNCR BOti. S-nt-1 
S Fewer tool* ta awa tar yawr 
baaamani warbabop Quickly 
ad)u*(* to drill praaa. H- 
Inch lathe. Jls-**«. labio 
taw or tandar. Terata avail- 

i29.oa 



REG. t.se 

VACUt'M BOTTXaa 
MS Only. In aiae that nu 
avtraga larveh kit. Rirktl 
platod. kaapa ItSUld d A A 
bat or aoM. BMb • 



At’TOMATtC taONB 
took at tbta low prtaoi Fnily 
cuarantaod. ebrowa plated, 
quick beating and ptcdiom 

welebt, with A AC 

fabric dUI 0.90 



AU'MIfWH COLUCIVDaBS 
Randy tar draining vega- 
taMea, rntii, r 1 «*. eu. Oeo- 
aretn ataa Pith sida d Aw 
bandies I v^w 



CLOTRea RAMfsaa 
IS Only, ia cue a* ciothae 

hamper* pr ao eaira e*al. 
•mall tiae tor cbUdrtn Fink 

3.96 



ci'rLBRT Boxaa 
4-Compartment bocaa keeps 
rutltry neat and taparatad 

Fita any JQd 

drawer 99 



LISTEN TO YOUPt WOMEN'S 
EDITOR, KATE AITKEN. EVERY 
MONDAY. W£0^4ES0AY. FBI- 
DAY el 2 TO 215 P.M., OVI 



TODAY AND SATURDAY 



\Vhere she a ill be glad to aisist 
yon in your bcaaty problems. 



^aimt 



BOTFLATta wmi OVBN 
IS Ooly. l-bumer Imtpioiaa 
WUb ebrame lop. Inaulslad 
boftlne avac. One ]-haat 

rr 24.60 



WOOD CARRfSRS 

For brlngtae pp wpod from 
the baavmant ar woodthed 
BranM BnUb as A AC 

■tael 9.90 



•tiwaRnr* RANotTTBa 
a Opty, Pith baked enaotal 
riniab. Bvan-baatiiw. Imu- 
iatad l-buntar avan oitn 

Ibarmomatar. mm Am 

a-b«mar tap it .99 

Fay ass Daps 



aaaow Boi st FAirr 
^rvt qaanty. aaed-w*.rii^ 
MieiA pslal. White 
timiiH ooAHill^ N«f •io 

4.99 

Baaeawaraa. Third Fispr 



DOt'BLk BOILKBS 
QuMk brntlM. IlgBt dmbiera. 

1 -quart AO# 

tsaort 



Lowwt Prices in Town! yse Your Charge Account! 
Your Entire Order Delivered for 

Canned Fish Rrady-Mi: 

Sockey* Balmen, Gold Stsl, Pie Cnist Mix. Ji 

Ih. tin JB# Tea Biscuit Mix. 

Sardines. Jutland, tin 13# pkt 

Clami, Todd's, tin SB# Muffin Mix. Oiil 

_ . . Ginger Bread Mil 

Molamcs 

u . Pie Crust Mix. M 

Nabob. JR-of. tin B 4 # 

*•" Tss Biscuit Mil 

Domoko, 2 S- 01 . ttn 14# ming i. nkt 



our Dinnerware 



2 For Your Old 
Electric Iron 

When You Purchase Any Onf of ihc 
Followinf; Streamlinf Modfis 



Prune Pluma Aylmer, 20-er tin 
for 18# 

BsrRptt Psar*, Aylmer, fancy, 
20 -et. tin 8 S# 

Appii Liras Jukt, Sun-Rype, 
20-ot. tin . IS# 

Oraps Juks. Nisgsrs Msld. IA 
Of. bntlls . SB# 

PincsppU Jules. V.C . 2it-f»r, 



Oddmt/iis in English semi-porcelain china 
now selling in such favorite palterns as; 

• Roykt Doulton “Chillern" 

• Myott'i "Maroon Band" 

• Johnson’a "Leonard'' and "Meadow Brook** 

• Crindley't "PeUlwarc** 



Bring your old iron in . . . lake advantage of (his offer to secure a Btodern, 
All are first quality . . . 100^ guaranteed! 

STERLING IRONS AUTOMATIC IRONS 

Slresmline nickri-pisied knit, rssily handled snd Prcrtiien built wi(h diaUmeter 
quick heating. atyle, medium weight. 

With cord I „ 5.45 With cord ... 

200 Less trade in 



Up-to-date iron! 



Biscuits 



Fresh Fruit and 
Vegetables 



3S# Aprkot Bara, Venns, pkt, BS# 
. tin Barker's SsFSst Biscuits. ccIIa 
IT# pkt. _ .18# 

Prettsl Sticks, per lb 10# 

Bsdor’s Shertbrsad BbcBits. B 
pkti. for 18# 



DlN.'fFR PLATES, each - - 40# to BO# 

SALAD PLATES, each SO# to ••# 

BREAD snd BUTTER PLATES, each BO# to 88 # 

SOUP BOWLS, each 88 # to BO# 

CEREAL BOWLS, each 38# to 88 # 

FRUIT BOWLS, each 18# to 3B# 

CUPS snd SAUCERS, ewe h 4 i# k, #k# 

PLATTERS, all lires. tach . B 8 # to S.38 

GRAVY BOATS, each l.OO m 3.TS 

VEGETABLE DISHES, each B 8 # to 3-TS 

SUGARS, each 1.00 to I BS 

CREAMS esfh l.BB h> 1.B8 



Less irade-tn 



Plums. 2 lbs . 18# 

Paschfs. Fancy, per crsle B.SB 
Pear*. Bartlett. 8 |bi. .. 88 # 
Orangca urc 344’i. dot.. ....IB# 

GrspdniH. site I26’s, 0 for 3B# 



You psy 8.08 

NEPRO MAID IRONS 

Automstie irons with dwl set for cotton, wool 

etc. 

With cord 995 

Lets tradc-ifi — 200 



Floor Polishes 

Pset# Wax. Potinor. I-lb tin 

for 4B# 

5-Ib. tin B.SO 

Putt Wax. Aero. l-lh. tia. BS# 
Floor Olom, Hawes', pint tin 

for 8B# 

0»*rt thi Wf 



TRAVELING IRON 

Aotomatic iron in IM-lb weight. Heat dial, detach 
able handle 

With sund »65 

I-*S4 trade-in ^200 



Heinz Vinegi 

Malt. X^of. bottle 

Ganoa jug 

WWts, 3J-OS. bottle 

Callon jag 



kou pay ,T.B8 

AUTOMATIC DIAL IRONS 

Made br Sterling, gasrsnteed qualitr. Limited 

lily. Sh*m early. 

With cord - — — 195 

Less trade-in -■ 200 



ROYAL IRON 

15 only, good quality ntckrl-plated trona Guaran 
teed clement. 

Withowt cord ^ 4 50 

Less trade-in L 2 00 



These arc strictly oddments and not all pkra* to each 
pattern. Other oddments Iwctod* pattern* by lead- 
ing maonfacturers of Eogliak semi-porceUin. 

China, Third Floor 



Nursery Section Now Open 

With 8 Splendid Selection of 

Stock for Fall Planting 

OPENING SPEOAL! 

R Bodod no drooa 
ftewatkag Shnte 
^Nba Btid Many OUsara 



Mottsewarea, Third Floer 



Lower Main Floor